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From the Top

From the Top, with host Christopher O'Riley, showcases the nation's most outstanding young classical musicians. Sundays at noon on Classical 90.5.

We take a look at the meth situation after the huge national epidemic a few years ago.

The Math on Meth

Local agency reports significant drop in referrals, but some people are still struggling with addiction

Larry Harmon as Bozo the Clown

Pioneers of Television: Local Kids' TV

Local kids’ programs shaped the childhoods of millions of American children in the early years of television. Tuesday at 9 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Kimberly Craft discusses the crisis in Egypt with Aomar Boum and Leila Hudson, both assistant professors in the UA Department of Near Eastern Studies.

The Egyptian Question

Local experts will take on Middle Eastern conflicts in Friday conference

Kimberly Craft and Joan Hall discuss microlending in Africa.

Big Power in Little Loans

Tucsonan directs microloan programs that offers Gambian families stability

Low-income tax preparation help

Helping Taxpayers in Need

Some Tucson charities are offering free tax preparation help for low-to-moderate income taxpayers

Materpiece Mansfield Park

MASTERPIECE™ Jane Austen 'Mansfield Park'

Fanny Price is plucked from poverty as a child and taken to live with relatives at stately Mansfield Park. Sunday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

Illegal Immigration Holding Steady

New report says number of unauthorized immigrants living and working in U.S. no longer growing

MASTERPIECE™ Sense and Sensibility

Hattie Morahan plays levelheaded Elinor Dashwood and Charity Wakefield is her impulsive sister Marianne. Though poor, they attract a trio of very promising gentlemen. Part 2, Friday at 10 pm PBS-HD.

"Lost Boy" Wol Akujang prepares for his return to South Sudan.

Web Feature: Brave New Home

A Sudanese "Lost Boy" and University of Arizona graduate returns to his country on the eve of independence

Kimberly Craft interviews Tom Farmer from Pima County Public Library.

When Only a Human Will Do

For decades, Infoline has connected people to information

Kimberly Craft interviews Linda Arzoumanian Ph.D., Pima County School Superintendent.

Secrets of the Classroom Chief

Pima County School Superintendent Linda Arzoumanian shares what's involved in enforcing state statutes

Solar panels at FedEx in Oakland, California

NOVA: Making Stuff Cleaner

Host David Pogue is on a quest to clean up, using new green materials to build and power the devices of the future. Wednesday at 9 p.m. on PBS 6.

Putting Tree Workers To The Test

Championship tests climbing and safety skills, but most competitors focus on the fun.

The Spirit of Goodwill Band

Independent Lens: For Once in My Life

Meet the Spirit of Goodwill band — a unique assembly of singers and musicians who live with varying degrees of physical and mental disability. Wednesday at 6 p.m. on PBS-HD.

NOVA Making Stuff: Smaller

Future technologies will depend on tiny stuff—from silicon chips to micro-robots that probe the human body. Tuesday at 8 p.m. on PBS-HD.

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