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Pima County/Tucson Women's Commission

A man recently was elected to chair the commission. Laura Markowitz profiles Michael Mandel and what others are saying about him.

The 4th Annual Gootter Grand Slam

This weekend's tennis event raises funds to help fight Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Bill Buckmaster tells us about the family story behind the event.

2009 Cine Mexico Film Festival

Hear about "The Future South of the Border" from film historian Carlos Gutierrez, as he speaks with Mark McLemore.

Jack Jacobson Remembered

Jacobson and his horror host "Dr. Scar" character are fondly remembered by a generation. The Tucson TV pioneer died Monday at age 87. Robert Rappaport has a look back at "Jake's" career.

400 Years of the Telescope

This visually stunning program chronicles a sweeping journey, from 1609, when Galileo revealed mankind's place in the galaxy, to today's thrilling quests to discover new worlds in the universe. Friday, April 10th at 10:00 pm on KUAT6 and HD.

Austin City Limits

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS showcases a pair of British stars; England's Corinne Bailey Rae and Scotland's KT Tunstall. Airs on the UA Channel, Sunday, March 29th at 6:00 p.m.

Ten Trillion and Counting

Efforts to stem the tide in the financial meltdown have added billions of dollars to the national debt. FRONTLINE reports on how debt will constrain and challenge the Obama administration. Friday, March 27th at 10:00 p.m. KUAT6 and HD.

"Dr. Scar" Remembered

It has been more than 40 years since Jack Jacobson last donned the makeup of Tucson's "Kindly, Lovable" TV horror movie host. The broadcast icon died Monday. Hear him reflect on the past, in a 2007 interview with Robert Rappaport.

Little Dorrit, Part Two

One of Charles Dickens’ greatest love stories also has the timely theme of chronic debt and financial collapse. Part Two airs Sunday, April 5th at 8:00 p.m.on KUAT 6 and HD.

Little Dorrit

One of Charles Dickens’ greatest love stories also has the timely theme of chronic debt and financial collapse. Sunday, at 8:00 p.m. on KUAT 6 and HD.

2009 Cine Mexico Film Festival

The festival will present many movies, including the U.S. debut of three early 1960's-era Mexican science fiction films. Hear about "The Future South of the Border" when Mark McLemore talks with film historian Carlos Guttiérez, Friday, March 27th.

Austin City Limits: Ray Davies

The legendary Kinks frontman Ray Davies makes a rare American television appearance, showcasing classic songs from the former Brit band as well as his eagerly received first-ever solo record. Saturday at 10:00 pm on the UA Channel


The second season installment for the arts journal ARTe features five area artists who use art to inspire resilience for themselves and for others. ARTe premieres Sunday, March 22 at 6:30 p.m. on KUAT6 and HD.

Autism Resource Fair

Families coping with the autism can get help next weekend . Tony Paniagua tells us about "Piece the Puzzle", a community resource fair and fundraiser for the Autism Society of America.

President Obama Speaks in California

The President will make remarks at a town hall event in Costa Mesa. This is an online live raw audio feed.

Sister Aimee

"Sister Aimee" tells the story of Aimee Semple McPherson, the controversial, popular evangelist instrumental in bringing conservative Protestantism into mainstream culture and American politics. Airs Monday, March 23rd at 9:00 p.m. on KUAT6 and HD.

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