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Pam White talks with a UA planetary scientist William Hubbard who is also a Co-Investigator on the Juno Mission.

Countdown to Jupiter

NASA's soon-to-launch Juno Mission will investigate the giant planet

The Violent Roots of Marijuana

Part 4 of AZPM's Controversy over Cannabis series reveals the darker side of the marijuana story

We are joined by two tango instructors in Tucson Kate Rosalik and Erik Fleming, as well as the organizer of a semiweekly tango dancing event Travis Hoffman on 4th Avenue.

Tango Comes to Tucson

Dramatic South American dance makes its mark in Southern Arizona

Andrea Kelly interviews two members of the Vail Community Action Board. The group is turning to residents to plan for the future of the unincorporated area southeast of Tucson.

A Divided Vail Looks Ahead

Most community members want to incorporate into a new city or town, but some fear losing Vail's rural appeal

We meet with members of the Sonoran Desert Model Builders. It's a group composed of many people from different ages and backgrounds who work on model airplanes, cars and other objects. Dick Smith and Clara Triem.

Building Camaraderie

Sonoran Desert Model Builders offers a hands-on hobby, cross-generational connections

Who Oversees a Secret Garden?

Part 3 of AZPM's Controversy over Cannabis series visits a grow house to ask the question: How do you regulate home-grown medical marijuana?

Thousands of migratory bats reside under Tucson bridges during the summer months.

Befriending the Bats Among Us

Historically maligned creatures gaining respect through education

TV Program Schedule Change #2

July 2011 (UA)

we speak with Vi Brown and Karen Paquette of Southwest Rescue Dogs.

Raising Arizona Rescue Dogs

Southwest Rescue Dogs' highly trained pups provide life-saving services

We speak to Angela Soto, winner in the "Emerging Artist" category- a filmmaker who works with under-represented groups such as Mexican-Americans and members of the GLBTQ community.

Local Filmmaker Takes Home First Lumie

Emerging artist receives recognition for filming underrepresented stories

We are joined by Ted Fleming , Emeritus Professor of Biology at the University of Miami and Meg Benhase who is a bat enthusiast and works as Publications Production Manager at Safari Club International in Tucson.

The Year of the Bat

Bat experts work to educate the public about the much-maligned flying mammal

Plàcido Domingo stars in the baritone title role of Rigoletto with Julia Novikova portraying his innocent daughter Gilda.

GREAT PERFORMANCES: Rigoletto from Mantua

A visually and musically spectacular production of Verdi’s Rigoletto, filmed on breathtaking locations in and around the Renaissance splendor of Mantua, Italy. Saturday at 2:30 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Arizona residents are getting to vote on medical marijuana as part of Proposition 203.

Marijuana: To Ban or Not To Ban?

Part 2 of AZPM's Controversy over Cannabis series examines Sensible Tucson's quest to decriminalize recreational marijuana use

interview with Jianjun Yin a PhD. Professor for UA Dept. of Geosciences.

A Warming Double-Whammy

University of Arizona research suggests warming seawater will speed the melting of polar ice sheets

we interview Dick Gruentzel the VP, Administration & Finance, Tucson Airport Authority and 
Mike Valencia - Founding Member, SALEO.

New Flights Up in the Air

Business group asking for public's input on increased air service from Tucson to Mexico, but airlines will ultimately decide

Great Old Amusement Parks

Before the days of giant theme parks, families gathered at amusement parks for a cool escape on a hot summer day. Thursday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

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