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Episode 831

Arizona Illustrated Back to School Special

Episode 830

2022 Murrow Award Special

Water Harvester: An Invitation to Abundance

How Tucson resident Brad Lancaster transformed his neighborhood by experimenting with water harvesting.

Episode 829

Water Harvester: An Invitation to Abundance

Episode 828

Barrio Baker Revisited, Monsoon Mushrooms, Poop Doesn't Lie

Episode 827

Remembering Baxter Black, Aravaipa Canyon, Monsoon Wildlife

Episode 826

Yuma Farmers, Fine Revolution, Engineering by Touch

Yuma Farmers Assess Water Usage Amid Drought

What are regional lettuce producers doing to make lettuce farming more sustainable, and what is the future of this water-intensive crop that depends on the Colorado River?

Engineering By Touch

Through cutting-edge robotics, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality technologies, UA professors are developing advanced educational tools to make aerospace engineering accessible to the blind.

Fine Revolution

A multimedia production of "Hamlet" that interrogates our relationship to technology and one another.

Event Horizon

Recently released images show a black hole sitting right at the center of our own galaxy.

Episode 823

Ironwood Swordsmen, Prison Arts, Surviving Suicide Loss

Prison Arts

From prison inmate to successful artist, Tucson resident Maryanne Chisholm has made an inspirational transformation.

Surviving Suicide Loss

One family's experience of loss and how they found support and emotional healing.

Ironwood Historical Swordsmanship

The Ironwood Historical Swordsmanship Club is reviving the art of medieval European fencing.

Episode 822

Longfin Dace Minnow, Stories in the Sand, For the Birds

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