Tom and Ray Magliozzi of NPR’s “Car Talk” fame take viewers on a roller-coaster ride into the world of cars as NOVA takes a look at the latest and greatest in the automotive industry. Tuesday, April 22, 8-9 pm KUAT6
Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) stars as Jack — son of British literary giant Rudyard Kipling — who triggers a bitter family conflict when he joins the Irish Guard at the outset of World War I. Sunday, April 20, 8PM KUAT6
Titus, king of the mountain gorillas of Rwanda, is one of only 700 of his kind alive today. Ian Redmond documents Titus’ extraordinary life, from his early days to his rise to power as a silverback. Monday, January 5th, 7pm PBS-World
This film takes an intimate look at cancer diagnosis and treatment through personal stories of triumph and tragedy, including producer Linda Garmon’s personal experience with her husband. Wednesday, April 16, 8PM KUAT6
Christopher Conover interviews political leaders about the issues facing Arizonans. Airs Thursday at 4:20 p.m. on KUAZ 89.1 FM/1550 AM. This week's guest is House Minority Leader Phil Lopes (D-Tucson).
Arizona Public Media™ joins with other Arizona television broadcast partners on Tuesday, April 15 at 6:30 p.m. to air Crystal Darkness, a half-hour documentary exploring the dangers of Crystal Meth. This special programming replaces "Arizona Illustrated"
A circa 1900 Louis XIV-style clock; a beautifully preserved 19th-century silk Heriz rug; and an heirloom desk and chair, rarely found together, used at the United States House of Representatives from 1857 to 1873. Thursday, April 17th 9PM KUAT-HD
A young Englishwoman falls in love but doesn’t realize it in Andrew Davies’ new adaptation of E.M. Forster’s gently satirical romance set in Italy and England in the early 20th century.April 13th 8 p.m. on KUAT6
Barry Sinervo reveals how male side-blotched lizards’ different colors - orange, yellow or blue - indicate their tendency toward aggression, deceit or cooperation in the contest to win a mate. Sunday, April 6th 7PM KUAT6
David Yetman, Mexican ecologist Alberto Burquez and premiere agave expert Ana Valenzuela travel to Jalisco, Mexico, to inspect the history, production process - and even taste - of one of Mexico's most famous exports - tequila.
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