One of the most popular detective shows on television, this series chronicles the early police career of young Endeavour Morse. Set from 1965 to 1971, Morse works alongside his senior partner DI Fred Thursday as they engage in a number of investigations around Oxford, England.
Did you miss the last episode of Antiques Roadshow? Want to get caught up on Nova? Looking to binge-watch the entire season of Victoria or Poldark? How about an award-winning local documentary like Oceans of Pink or Weird Florida that tells some of the often untold stories of the Sunshine State?
Well now you can find them all in one place with WLRN Passport!
Passport is a WLRN Public Television member benefit that provides you with video-on-demand access to exclusive PBS programs as well as WLRN’s library of award-winning original productions!
Already A WLRN-TV Member?
To access your activation link for WLRN Passport
Then simply visit our online video portal to start watching.
As a WLRN Radio member, am I entitled to WLRN Passport?
No. WLRN Passport is an exclusive benefit for only WLRN-TV members.
You must also become a member of WLRN-TV in order to receive access to WLRN Passport. To become a WLRN-TV member, make your pledge today.
These incredible programs and more are also available on Apple TV, Roku and the PBS Mobile App. Simply search for "PBS" to find all of your favorites!
Don't delay...start watching today!
What is Passport?
WLRN Passport is a member benefit that gives eligible supporters extended access to an on-demand library of quality public television programming online. The WLRN Passport library currently offers more than 1,000 episodes to watch, with new PBS programs being added weekly. In addition, WLRN’s award-winning original productions highlight the unique and often untold stories of the Sunshine State.
Watch the Passport video tutorial to become more familiar with Passport.
How can I sign up for Passport?
Passport is a benefit for members of WLRN Public Television who contribute a minimum of $5 a month as a sustaining donor or who make a one-time gift of $60 per year or more. To become a member, make your donation. Once your gift is processed, you’ll receive an activation key and instructions on setting up your Passport account.
(Note: If you are already an existing member at these donation levels, please contact our Membership Department by email at email@example.com or by phone at (305) 350-7980 Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5:50 pm to activate your Passport benefit.)
As a WLRN Radio member, am I entitled to WLRN Passport?
WLRN Passport is a benefit for WLRN Television members. You must join us as a member of WLRN-TV to receive access to WLRN Passport. To become a WLRN-TV member click here
I am a member of another PBS station. Am I Entitled to WLRN PASSPORT?
WLRN Passport is only available to donating members of WLRN Public Television. What's different about WLRN Passport is that in addition to your favorite PBS programs you will also have access to WLRN’s award-winning original productions and other programs unique to WLRN.
I just made my donation but haven’t received my activation key. What should I do?
Please contact our Membership Department by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (305) 350-7980, Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm for help in obtaining your activation key.
I’m already a donor of WLRN Public Television at levels required for Passport. How do I find out if I have the benefit?
If you are an existing sustaining donor at $5/month or more or have made a one-time gift of $60 or more this year, it’s possible that our system generated a Passport activation key for you! To check, please visit https://www.pbs.org/passport/lookup/ and enter your email address. If you are an active member, you will be prompted to log in at which point you can set up your account.
I can’t remember my activation key. How do I find it?
Please visit https://www.pbs.org/passport/lookup/ and enter your email address. If you are an active member, you will be prompted to log in. If not, please contact our Membership Department by email at email@example.com or by phone at (305) 350-7980 Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm and they’ll be happy to help you get set up.
I know that I am a Passport member but my account cannot be found in the system. What should I do?
Please make sure that the email address you used to activate your account is the same. If you’re still having trouble, please contact our Membership Department by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (305) 350-7980 Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm and they’ll be happy to help.
What kinds of programs can I see with Passport?
The library features episodes from popular PBS programs like American Experience, American Masters, Antiques Roadshow, Nature, NOVA, and Masterpiece — including all six seasons of Downton Abbey. Along with these signature series, the library is full of Public Television’s acclaimed arts, science, history, and lifestyle programs. You'll also find WLRN’s extensive library of original productions telling the vast and varied history of South Florida as well as so much more!
How can I view Passport programs?
Passport programs can be viewed on your computer or number of streamng devices by visiting pbs.org/video. If you have a smartphone or tablet, download the PBS app for an even better viewing experience. You can access PBS Passport programs through Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV or Amazon Fire Stick. Passport is even compatible with Chromecast!
Why can't I find programs like Doc Martin, Death in Paradise or other episodes of my favorite shows?
PBS is not a producer but rather a distributor of programming. Certain programs have limited streaming rights or are only available for broadcast distribution. Additionally, local member stations such as WLRN are individually owned and operated and therefore schedule independently. This includes our ability to acquire programming from sources other than PBS such as American Public Television (APT) and BBC Worldwide.
How can I search for Passport programs only?
Visit pbs.org/video and enter a search term, such as “masterpiece” or “nova”. Click on ”Show Filters” and then click on the WLRN Passport Videos link under “Filter by Access.” In addition to Passport videos, you can filter by shows, types or video link.
How do I set up my Roku, Amazon Fire or Apple TV?
Passport is available on these devices through the PBS channel or PBS app. Before starting, ensure that your account on pbs.org is activated with your Passport key. (You will do this at the time of your contribution to WLRN. See questions above.) Find the PBS channel on your device. You will receive a code to link your device to your account at pbs.org/activate.
Can I view Passport videos on my XBox?
Unfortunately, the PBS app on the Xbox was retired. We apologize for any inconvenience.
What if I can’t afford Passport. Can I still watch videos?
Yes! WLRN and PBS offer hundreds of wonderful programs online. You can watch them by visiting pbs.org/video, which will feature more of the national programs, or video.wlrn.org, which features more of WLRN’s locally-produced programming.
If you have more questions about specific programs or shows on Passport, or any other questions not answered above, please visit the PBS Help home page or contact our Membership Department by email at email@example.com or by phone at (305) 350-7980 Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm and they’ll be happy to help.