LA Opera on Air
LA Opera on Air
LA Opera on Air
From drop out to graduate thanks to support and compassion; sharing stories with strangers about real life; positive body image vs. media representation; how and why cicadas make such a racket.
Lyric Opera of Chicago
A veteran graduates college despite challenges from a traumatic brain injury; what blood donation can mean to someone in need; groundbreaking UA research into how memory and learning work for animals like insects and fish.
Tucson Audubon Society director discusses goals; meet fifteen-year-old Mike and his Big Brother; three "art moms" discuss sharing creativity with their kids; Nancy McCallion sings "He's Gone".
Truckers compete in state driving championship; visit a class that teaches laughter yoga; Bob Boze Bell talks about Billy the Kid and tall tales from Arizona history; plus the music of Nive Neilsen.
Chris Dashiell shares his admiration for the music from "Vertigo", "Lawrence of Arabia", and "To Kill a Mockingbird", and discusses what each added to their respective films.
Diverse UA film showcase includes a contemporary silent film about the trumph of a dancer's spirit, and a horror / comedy / musical about the wife of a serial killer.
Documentary film explores Latina identity through the story of five actresses who provide Spanish voices for the American TV show "Desperate Housewives".
Success story from an Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind graduate.
Director Kirby Dick discusses making "The Hunting Ground" about sexual assault on college campuses; Tucson High alumni celebrate their 70th class reunion; ecologist, author and MacArthur Fellow Gary Paul Nabhan shares his love of growing things.
In their late 80s, former classmates lunch together - perhaps for the last time
The Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind stages an ambitious production of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" with singing, dancing, and signing.
A unique stage production of "Beauty and the Beast"; Martin Short shares his joy at making people laugh; Julie Newmar talks about being Catwoman, visiting Tucson for "Route 66", and more.
Twice-a-year free event boosts people-powered transportation
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