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NATURE Broken Tail: A Tiger's Last Journey

What started as an assignment for a budding filmmaker, turned into a journey that changed the lives of the filmmaker and his guide. Wednesday at 8 p.m. on PBS 6.

Education In Arizona

Is it broken? If so, how can it be fixed?

Raggs

Watch five colorful dogs, and their pet cat Dumpster, as they make great rock ‘n roll music and share life together in their own clubhouse. Weekdays at 8:30 a.m and 1 p.m. on PBS Kids.

A Message from Roberta Konen

Federal Funding for Public TV and Radio

A Message from Nancy Hopping

Federal Funding for Public TV and Radio

A Message from Nancy Fahringer

Federal Funding for Public TV and Radio

A Message from Teresa Welborn

Federal Funding for Public TV and Radio

Erin Lyons who is the Regional Manager from First Things First, joins Kimberly Craft in the studio.

Keeping First Things First

Last November, voters chose to protect early childhood education funds; now AZPM looks at where that money went

Local organizations are helping hundreds of refugees settle in our community and many are coming from Asian or African countries.

New Land, New Lives

Tucson's diversity increases as hundreds of international refugees settle here annually

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC Wuthering Heights

The fiery romance of Heathcliff and Cathy reignites in a thrilling new adaptation of Emily Brontë’s incendiary love story. Friday at 10 p.m. on PBS-HD

Raggs

Five colorful canine characters and their wisecracking pet cat, Dumpster, hang together in their own cool clubhouse. Weekdays at 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. on PBS KIDS.

Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

FACES OF AMERICA

WITH HENRY LOUIS GATES, JR. Professor Gates follows the threads of his guests' lives back to their earliest origins around the globe. Thursday at 10 p.m. on PBS-HD.

The Steep Cost of Statehood

In honor of Black History Month and the start of Arizona's Centennial year, AZPM explores the legacy of segregation

Kimberly Craft interviews Michael Stoddard, a retired Federal Agent.

Ex-Agent Talks Border Security

A retired federal agent discusses his experience with the NIS and Border Patrol, scoffs at notion that border is more secure than ever

Kimberly Craft interviews David Aguirre, Executive Director of Dinnerware Gallery, and Myles Stone, Co-Founder of Borderlands Brewing Company.

Arts and Culture Come Together

Dinnerware Gallery to host symposium for Tucson artists

literacy and the courts

Jury Finds Shawna Forde Guilty

Jurors convict accused Minuteman vigilante of murder, other charges; now must decide on the death penalty

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