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NATURE Encountering Sea Monsters

Imagine coming face to face with a cannibalistic creature that is as tall as you are and has long tentacles, a razor-sharp beak, and skin that flashes with bizarre, dazzling color. Sunday, July 13th 7:00pm on KUAT6 & 8:00pm KUAT-HD

Listen to July 11, 2008 Edition with Host Mark McLemore

Spring Training in Tucson - Buffelgrass Forum - Citizenship Fees - New Citizens - Morrison Institute / Sun Corridor

NOVA scienceNOW

Hubble Space Telescope; early primates; a profile of Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa, a former farmworker who is now an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins; Iraqi bacteria. Wednesday, July 9th, 8pm KUAT6 & 9pm KUAT-HD


A mysterious flag may be linked to an African-American infantry regiment that fought in WW I; a painting that may be the work of Seth Eastman; and a two-story building that may have housed a Chinese Tong. Monday, July 7th 9pm KUAT6 & HD

NATURE Cloud: Wild Stallion of the Rockies

The remarkable story of a wild white stallion in the mountains of Montana, whose life has been captured on film by a filmmaker who has spent years documenting the lives of nearly 150 wild mustangs. Thursday, July 10th 8pm KUAT-HD

Listen to July 4, 2008 Edition with Host Mark McLemore

Author Joseph Nevins - Maisa Taha essay: The Migrant Trail - Scramblewatch '08 - Candela Peruvian restaurant

Listen to July 3, 2008 Political Conversations

State Senate President Tim Bee


Jimmy Smits hosts America’s biggest birthday party, live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. With Huey Lewis and the News, Taylor Hicks, Jerry Lee Lewis, Hayley Westenra and the NSO. Friday, July 4, 5 & 9pm KUAT and 5,6:30,8, 9:30pm on HD

NOVA scienceNOW

The implications of personal genetic profiles; using computers to authenticate art; carbon sequestration; and a profile of Harvard professor Pardis Sabeti, a researcher on the genetics of malaria. Wednesday, July 2, 9-pm KUAT6 & KUAT-HD

WIDE ANGLE Heart of Darfur

WIDE ANGLE's season premiere presents an account of what the U.N. Secretary-General has called “the largest humanitarian crisis in the world.” Tuesday, July 1st, 10 p.m. KUAT6 & 9:30 p.m. KUAT-HD


The history detectives investigate the diary of a WWII pilot; an 1856 book purported to be the memoirs of a New York woman married to a Mormon elder; and an 1853 Napoleon coin said to be shot by Annie Oakley. Monday, June 30th 9 p.m. KUAT6 & KUAT-HD

Listen to June 27, 2008 Edition

Elder Abuse - Bag It! - scholarship winner Elizabeth Roberts - St. Andrew's Bach Society - radio host Brooke Gladstone / On the Media

Listen to June 26, 2008 Political Conversations

House Minority Leader Phil Lopes

NOVA scienceNOW

In its third season premiere, NOVA scienceNOW features dark matter; experiments with memory loss in mice; “digital detective” Hany Farid, professor of computer science at Dartmouth; and the “wisdom of the crowd.” Wednesday, June 25th 9 p.m. KUAT6 & HD

NOVA Secrets of the Samurai Sword

NOVA travels deep into Japan's ancient foundries, follows the craft of the traditional swordsmiths and attends samurai fighting school to reveal the art and science behind making what many call the perfect sword. Saturday, June 28th 8PM KUAT-HD

P.O.V. Traces of the Trade: A Story From the Deep North

When first-time filmmaker Katrina Browne discovers that her New England ancestors were the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history, she and nine fellow descendants set off to retrace the Triangle Trade. Tuesday, June 24th 10PM KUAT6

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