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Independent Lens: Farmer/Veteran

Meet a combat veteran coping with PTSD who turns to farming to find purpose and a place to heal.
THIS WEEK ON PBS 6

Victorian Slum House: 1900s

Observe the social changes of the 1900s and the measures taken to alleviate the plight of the poor.

American Epic: Out of the Many, the One

Discover how America’s diverse cultures and Mississippi John Hurt transformed music forever.

AZPM Celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Special heritage programming throughout May

PBS NewsHour

For over 40 years, PBS NewsHour has been one of America's most trusted news programs.

Arizona Illustrated Episode 334

A special Memorial Day episode. Segments include: Never Forget; Personal Effects; Arizona and the Vietnam War

Episode 317: The Paths, and Barriers, to Citizenship

A green card with a price tag, an immigration law firm, and U.S.-born triplets with Mexican-born parents.

Episode 139: Inside the City of South Tucson

A look at the city's history, community, fiscal challenges and commercial future.

Walk the Line

A chronicle of country music legend Johnny Cash’s life from his early days on an Arkansas cotton farm to his struggles with drug addiction on the way to music stardom, and his enduring bond with June Carter.
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