Major Donor Lending Library
KQED is pleased to present the Major Donor Lending Library for members of KQED's major donor societies. Learn more about how to join the Signal Society, Editor's Circle, Director's Circle, Producer's Circle, President's Circle and Legacy Society.
Created expressly for KQED's major donors, the library offers many popular programs and specials for home viewing and listening.
Access archived radio programs
Many of the programs you hear on KQED Radio are archived and available for online audio streaming.
Members of KQED's major donor societies may borrow archived television programs on DVD and radio programs on CD simply by calling (415) 553-2300. To request a video or radio program online, please use the KQED Lending Library Program Request Form. Thank you!
For round-the-clock convenience, you may make your request after hours, on weekends, and on holidays at the same number or through the above form. Your selection will be mailed to you for your home viewing/listening enjoyment. When finished, just mail it back using the enclosed return label.
Because video distribution is highly regulated, not all broadcast shows are available for home viewing. However, if you are especially interested in a program that is not included in KQED's collection, please let us know. We will do our best to add frequently requested programs to our lending library. If you are interested in purchasing a program on DVD please visit ShopPBS.org.
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