Tempe Center for the Arts Play: “Dutchman”

Tempe Center for the Arts is kicking off its season with the provocative play “Dutchman,” written in 1964. The production is set on a New York subway, and tells the story of an encounter between a politically moderate middle-class black man and a liberal white woman. We hear more from Ralph Remington, Tempe Center for the Arts producing artistic director.

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With Infinite Hope: MLK and the Civil Rights Movement

With Infinite Hope

The program follows King's career from his hiring at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church and leadership of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, through his death on April 4th, 1968 in Memphis.

Animals with Cameras: A Nature Miniseries "Oceans"

Caribbean Reef Shark fitted with Sharkcam, a hydrodynamic camera.

Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan and a team of pioneering animal scientists join forces to explore stories of animal lives “told” by the animals themselves. In episode one, “Oceans”, witness a fascinating underwater world out of reach to regular camera crews.

Walt Richardson

Walt Richardson playing guitar and singing into a microphone on the set of Playlist 48

Singer/songwriter Walt Richardson visited Arizona PBS to perform and talk about his love for guitar and performing.