Nick News with Linda Ellerbee
Summary: Nick News with Linda Ellerbee, now in its 19th year, is the longest-running kids' news show in television history and has built its reputation on the respectful and direct way it speaks to kids about the important issues of the day. Nick News has received eight Emmy wins for outstanding children's programming.
Separating fact from fiction for a generation that is too young to remember 9/11.
A look at the tragedy in Japan as seen through the eyes of kids.
Stories of kids (and some famous former kids) who don't fit in, are totally okay with it, and would like the rest of us to understand that. A show that celebrates the individual.
Many kids hold down jobs today and we'll hear from them on what they do, how they balance work and school, etc. We'll speak with some celebs on their work experiences growing up.
Bullying can happen anywhere. Find out how you can stay safe and help others.
The First Amendment to the Constitution was intended to prevent there ever being one official American religion yet most Americans believe this is a Christian nation. Kids from across the country share their views on this divisive topic.
One in five people are without access to safe drinking water -- that's one billion people worldwide. So why can't the world provide enough clean water for everyone? And what are kids doing about it?
What is it like to be a kid in an energy self-sufficient household? Why would someone chose to live this way? We'll meet families who go off the grid in different ways and for different reasons.
Nick stars and a few brave kids come clean about the lies we all sometimes tell.
Martin Luther King Jr. did far more than just inspire us with his famous speech "I Have a Dream".
More than 200,000 people died in the earthquake that rocked Haiti in January and the impoverished nation continues to pick up the pieces. We'll take a look at some of the ways kids have been able to help with relief efforts.
Today, the number and kinds of dogs that can be trained (and are being used) to help people, many of them children, is truly astounding. These are dogs raised to perform remarkable tasks -- and often they're raised by a kid.
The US tops all countries in the number of alcoholics (there are estimated to be close to 13 million alcoholics in America). What's life like when one of your parents is an alcoholic?
Close to half a million kids are currently in foster care. This half-hour special listens to kids in and out of foster care and sheds light on the system.