Our award-winning programs tell the stories of our community, our viewers and our history.
Ohio’s 1st Congressional District Debate: Rep. Chabot vs Landsman
Political control of the U.S. House of Representatives is at stake in the November 2022 midterm election. Among the tossup districts that many will be watching across the country is Ohio’s first district. The long-standing incumbent Republican Steve Chabot is being challenged by Democrat Greg Landsman, a current Cincinnati City Councilmember.
Redlining: Mapping Inequality in Dayton & Springfield
The national and local story of redlining, a practice which embedded racial segregation and inequality into the development of American cities and suburbs.
Urban Consulate Presents
What does a thriving community look like through the eyes of Black visionaries and changemakers? Join host Naimah Bilal for our Urban Consulate Presents series, a collection of candid conversation about dreams, ideas and strategies for the future.
Long Story Short
Long Story Short is a human interest program produced by the multi-Emmy winning team at Cincy Stories that features short documentaries focused on the many people who call the Cincinnati and Dayton region home. Season 1 aired in the spring of 2021. Production for Season 2 is underway now.
Let Ohio Women Vote
Let Ohio Women Vote tells the story of the long fight for women’s suffrage in our state – a fight which created unpredictable alliances as well as surprising connections to national events. Stream the documentary now.
SHOWCASE with Barbara Kellar
An arts and cultural series airing every Sunday on CET Arts. This series highlights the hottest theatrical shows; important artists, musicians and creative directors; and not-to-be missed exhibits at local museums and art galleries.
The Art Show
The Award-winning weekly series shines a spotlight on the vibrant art scene in southwest Ohio.
Yom HaShoah: Remembering for Tomorrow
Yom HaShoah ordinarily takes place in person but due to COVID-19 pandemic that was not possible this year. As such, CET and the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center partnered to bring these remembrances to a wide audience, one that is meaningful to the hundreds of survivors in the Greater Cincinnati area today.
Memphis Belle: Her Final Mission
In 1943, the Memphis Belle was an American icon, but when the war was over, it moved to boneyard waiting to be recycled. Follow the plane’s story from its 25 missions through its 13-year restoration.
New American Neighbors
Immigrants, migrants and refugees from more than 100 countries have been shaping the culture of Southwest Ohio for more than two centuries.
The conservationist mindset is strong in southwestern Ohio, whether we’re talking about animals or plants.
Traditions: Ohio Heritage Fellows
This series explores the work and life of Ohio traditional and folk musicians, folk artists and painters, and performance artists.
20 Seconds of Courage
In 2016, Ohio farmer Roger Winemiller lost two of his three children to heroin overdoses. His one surviving child, a twenty-year user, was in recovery. Faced with overwhelmed and underfunded rural support services, Roger and others in his town began reaching out to addicts and their families.
Stories of Service: Memories of Vietnam
Explore how people in Southwest Ohio were impacted by The Vietnam War.
Cincinnati Music Hall: The Next Movement
For 16 months, the doors of Music Hall closed, as a historic renovation process ensued. CET documented the process with compelling interviews and stunning visuals that provided the audience a seat at the table where decisions were made and progress was monitored.