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Disaster in Japan

A public forum on the science that shapes current events

Kimberly Craft interviews Juan Ciscomani from the Take Charge America Institute about financial literacy for young people.

Young people learn financial literacy

Competition offers promise for prosperity

Kimberly Craft interviews Ron Mead about his new book, "A Concise Grammar Book for Those Who Hate Grammar."

Block that metaphor!

Grammar police brings a guidebook to the written word

Michael York and "Lisztian Loves"

The acclaimed actor visits Tucson to portray composer Franz Liszt in a world premiere production from Chamber Music Plus on April 3rd, featuring the virtusoso pianist Andre Watts.

I'm for Stew

The life and legacy of Stewart Lee Udall

Echo: An Elephant to Remember

NATURE celebrates the life and legacy of an extraordinary elephant matriaarch; the leader of a carefully studied herd of elephants in Africa. Monday, April 4 at 4 pm on PBSWorld.

We visit Tubac Presidio State Historic Park which has been run by volunteers since May 2010.

Keeping Parks Up and Running

Volunteers are vital for success of state parks that had been slated to close.

Kimberly Craft discusses Arizona's constitution with Ted Downing Ph.D., a former state representative from District 28.

Advocate of the Constitution

Scholar and former state representative discusses events in the Middle East

Kimberly Craft interviews three experts about the physical and economic impacts of the recent disaster in Japan.

Japanese Disaster

Physical and economic consequences demand attention

Christopher Conover sits down with Congressman Raul Grijalva to talk about the budget, border, and veterans' affairs.

Southern Arizona Lawmakers: Raul Grijalva

Red and Blue Politics

Demion Clinco talks about the need to protect our historic neighborhoods.

History moment: Feldmans and Jefferson National Park

A quick history lesson

Kimberly Craft interviews Dan Fitzgibbon and Elma Delic, both members of the Arizona Students' Association, about education funding.

Education Budget

A studio interview

President and CEO, CODAC Behavioral Health Services visits the studio.

51 Homes

A studio interview

Christopher Conover interviews a young scientist about his experiments with electricity.

Students Answer President's Plea: Walker Kroubalkian

A young student's original research

Two people visit the studio to talk about the potential of the film industry in Arizona.

Picture Arizona

A studio interview

Fire season in the Southwest is around the corner, and now a new film is out that tells the story of an all-woman firefighting team from the White Mountain Apache tribe.

Apache 8

Film chronicles the life of elite all-female Apache fire fighting team

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