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Arizona PBS tells veterans' stories for Memorial Day

2018 marks the 150th anniversary of Memorial Day, which was first commemorated as Decoration Day at Arlington National Cemetery. This year, Arizona PBS marks the occasion with the annual "National Memorial Day Concert" and other special programming.

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'Life' showcases extraordinary animals and extreme behavior

Filmed over 4 years, across every continent and in every habitat, "Life" delivers stories from the frontiers of the natural world. Mondays at 9 p.m.

May 18, 2018

Books & Co
‘Fifty Fifty’ by James Patterson and Candice Fox

James Patterson, who holds the Guinness record for the most #1 New York Times bestsellers of any author, joins Alberto Rios to discuss his latest thriller, "Fifty Fifty," co-written with Australian novelist Candice Fox.

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Mayor Greg Stanton and University President Michael Crow talk about ASU's impact downtown

May 15, 2018

Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and University President Michael Crow discuss the impact ASU's Downtown Phoenix campus has had on the area since it opened in 2006.

Latest Ken Burns film focuses on the history of the Mayo Clinic

May 17, 2018

"The Mayo Clinic: Faith, Hope & Science" is a new film from Ken Burns that tells the history of the medical center from its 1863 founding in Rochester, Minnesota by William Worrall Mayo.

Food stylist helps dishes whet your appetite

May 10, 2018

Ever wonder why a hamburger always looks so good in an ad, even more so than when you actually buy it? Go behind the scenes in a visit with food stylist Kim Krejca, who uses her tricks of the trade to help photographers make food look delicious.

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Arizona PBS celebrates the joy of reading with ‘The Great American Read’

The Great American Read

The new series and nationwide campaign ask readers to choose “America’s Best-Loved Book.”

Arizona PBS tells veterans' stories for Memorial Day

National Memorial Day Concert

2018 marks the 150th anniversary of Memorial Day, which was first commemorated as Decoration Day at Arlington National Cemetery. This year, Arizona PBS marks the occasion with the annual "National Memorial Day Concert" and other special programming.

'Nature' schedule for June 2018

Nature "Sex, Lies and Butterflies"

“Nature” shows the world from an animal point of view each Wednesday at 7 p.m.