Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
The actor transforms into beloved TV icon Mister Rogers in the first trailer for the Marielle Heller-directed film.
This will help bring a beautiful day to your neighborhood.
The woman who created “Blue’s Clues,” Angela C. Santomero, explains how she’s keeping Fred Rogers’ legacy alive with Daniel Tiger.
When François Clemmons joined the show's cast, he was surprised to learn he'd be playing a black cop. "The idea that he wanted me to become one of them, one of the enemy, was a tremendous shock to me."
From the time he challenged racism to the time he normalized breastfeeding.
“The greatest thing that we can do is to help someone know that they’re loved and capable of loving.”
Academy Award-winner Tom Hanks will star as Mister Rogers in an upcoming biopic about the host of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” and his relationship with journalist Tom Junod.
The film will portray the growing friendship between Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Junod.
Now seems like a good time to revisit his moving speech to the U.S. Senate.
Check out this vintage clip.
Fred Rogers often encountered criticism from viewers of 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.' In letter after letter, irate viewers criticized everything from his generous views of divine grace to his pacifist approach to war to his bold decision to show the erect nipple of a breast-feeding mother.
Fred Rogers, the beloved creator of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, never marched in the black civil rights movement led by Martin Luther King, Jr. Although the registered Republican was far from a street protestor, Rogers eventually became a quiet advocate of racial integration.
Fred Rogers was a gentle soul who liked us just as we are. But if we place him in historical context, we can see that he was also politically progressive and fiercely dedicated to sharing his values of radical nonviolence and justice.
It seems rather fitting that the birthday of the late Fred McFeely Rogers (1928-2003) -- the renowned, award-winning creator and host of the creative children's television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood -- falls on the first day of Spring each year, March 20.