/ Modified dec 22, 2020 4:41 p.m.

Episode 710

A special presentation of Arizona Public Media's 2020 Emmy Award winning stories.

Special Presentation - Arizona Public Media at the Emmy's! This year’s honors include a win for AZPM’s special documentary project, The Arizonans, and the second consecutive win for Arizona 360; Arizona Illustrated earned nods in two categories including arts/entertainment and societal concerns.

The Arizonans - Morris Udall
Through personal stories and in-depth interviews, The Arizonans chronicles the remarkable life of former Arizona Congressman Morris Udall.

Arizona 360 – On the Border
Arizona 360 took a closer look at new construction to install border fencing in Cochise County as well as some of the Trump administration’s other approaches to curbing immigration at the southern border.

What Remains
The bodies of nearly 3,000 undocumented people have been found in the border region of southern Arizona since the beginning of the Century. Bruce Anderson and his small team of forensics anthropologists at the Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner have been working to identify the dead.

Monsoon Chocolate
Monsoon Chocolate is Southern Arizona’s first ‘bean to bar’ chocolate factory. From their small shop on 22nd Street, a committed group of artisans takes on the labor-intensive process of turning cacao into chocolate bars, confections, and visually-striking bonbons.

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