Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

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Uncommon Knowledge was a weekly 30-minute current affairs show hosted by Peter Robinson and co-produced and presented by San Jose, California, PBS member station KTEH from 1997 to 2005. It was distributed first by American Public Television and later by PBS to public television stations throughout the United States and internationally by NPR Worldwide.

The show was funded by various foundations and organizations, including the conservative John M. Olin Foundation and produced by the Hoover Institution (where Peter Robinson is a fellow).


In 2006 and 2007, the Hoover Institution produced a sporadic series of for-web interviews involving Peter Robinson called Directors' Forum Video. In July 2007, these Directors' Forum Video webcasts were rebranded under the old Uncommon Knowledge moniker, starting with the newly produced episode "Land of Lincoln."

Starting in 2008, each of these new webcasts premiers on National Review Online in five parts throughout the week before being published on the Hoover Institution web site, Facebook, YouTube, and other social media outlets.In addition, the Hoover Institution posts each upcoming episodes as a podcast entitled Uncommon Knowledge, which can be downloaded via iTunes, or as part of the Hoover Institution iTunes U download page. New episodes are published every other week. Viewers are permitted to suggest guests and ask questions of upcoming guests to be selected by the Uncommon Knowledge team, and/or Peter Robinson,...
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