Arizona Spotlight - Episodes

The Strange World of Neil Hamburger

Dec 9, 2011 "America's $1 Funnyman" will appear with many other progressive comedy talents at a benefit for the Humane Society on Saturday, December 14th.

Revenge of the Electric Car

Dec 9, 2011 In 2006, director Chris Paine made the film "Who Killed the Electric Car?". Now, he's back with a new film which documents what he calls an "industry revolution in progress".

Spotlight Session: Kaia Chesney

Dec 1, 2011 Listen to some new music from up-and-coming Tucson singer / songwriter Kaia Chesney, celebrating the release of her debut album "Circa 1952".

On Board Historic Steam Engine No. 844

Nov 17, 2011 Large crowds greeted the locomotive in Tucson, as it made a whistle stop for Arizona's centennial celebration.

Top Secret Rosies

Nov 10, 2011 A documentary tells the true story of how a select group of civilian female mathematicians helped the U.S. achieve victory during World War II.

Spotlight Session: Ryanhood

Nov 3, 2011 Two singer / songwriter / guitarists from Tucson celebrate the release of their fourth album with some tunes recorded in the AZPM Radio Studio.

The Haunted Halloween Show 2011

Oct 28, 2011 A collection of spooky tricks and treats guaranteed to give you both chills and thrills!

After The Flames, A Slow Healing

Oct 20, 2011 As Arizona forests rebound from recent wildfires, restoration experts plan for future flames.

Losing AHCCCS: Southern Arizona Copes With Medicaid Cuts

Sep 30, 2011 An Arizona Public Media special report on cuts' impact to patients and health care providers

No Direction Home

Sep 23, 2011 Learn how the non-profit organization Stand Up for Kids is working against the odds - and the system - to bring help to Tucson's homeless youth.

Author Says Global Appetites Fueling New West Boom

Sep 16, 2011 The "old west" economy roars back as the "new west" economy of tourism suffers from recession.

Jash Ranamunger, New American

Sep 15, 2011 Listen to the story of what inspired this math student and musician from Nepal to re-settle in Tucson.

Acclaimed writer Leslie Marmon Silko shares secrets from "The Turquoise Ledge"

Sep 15, 2011 Her first book in ten years explores her own life and that of the Sonoran Desert in a non-linear fashion.

Silence and Devotion at Diamond Mountain

Sep 2, 2011 Stories from volunteers supporting a group of 39 people in a three-year silent retreat.

Tracking the Chupacabra

Sep 1, 2011 Author Benjamin Radford explores the history and the reality of the famous bloodsucking monster. Is it more than just a modern myth?

New Book Separates Truth From Myth In The Shootout At The O.K. Corral

Aug 25, 2011 “The Last Gunfight” author finds it wasn't a shootout, but it did help create our enduring image of the old west.

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