Evenings With History - Carl Moneyhon on David O. Dodd
Evenings With History - Carl Moneyhon on David O. Dodd
At 17 years of age, David O. Dodd was convicted of being a Confederate Spy in the American Civil War and was executed outside his former school in Little Rock, Arkansas. In years that followed, the legend of David O. Dodd changed. Dr. Carl Moneyhon of the UALR Department of History tries to separate fact from fiction as he examines the purposes behind the alterations of the story of David O. Dodd. You can watch the full program on UALR University Television. ualr.edu/tv facebook.com/ualrtv

Airs Oct 24th 1:15 and 9:15 pm

Michael Nelson - Electing Nixon in 1968 (Promo)
Michael Nelson - Electing Nixon in 1968 (Promo)
Michael Nelson, Fulmer Professor of Political Science at Rhodes College and author of "Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government," discusses the historical importance of the 1968 election and the nation changing events of the era. You can watch the full program on UALR University Television ualr.edu/tv facebook.com/ualrtv

Airs Oct 23rd- Oct 27th

The Night Sky - Things That Go Bump in the Night
The Night Sky - Things That Go Bump in the Night
Darrell Heath of the UALR College of Arts, Letters and Sciences takes on the spooky month of October for this month's "The Night Sky" program.
Gabriella Draney - Building World-class Ecosystems with Tech. Startups
Gabriella Draney - Building World-class Ecosystems with Tech. Startups
Gabriella Draney, Cofounder and CEO of business-to-business accelerator Tech Wildcatters, discusses her visions for Dallas as a tech ecosystem, as well as the various programs Tech Wildcatters offers to entrepreneurs. You can watch the full program on UALR University Television ualr.edu/tv facebook.com/ualrtv

Airs Oct 21st, 22nd, 24th

Home Fryed Movies - A Bucket of Blood
Home Fryed Movies - A Bucket of Blood
Promo for UALRTV program, "A Bucket of Blood", this month's Home Fry-ed Movie

Airs Fry-Day at Noon and 8:00 pm


University TV schedule

More days
    • 07:00 am

      Clinton School

      Relying on Science to Curb the Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic

      R. Gil Kerlikowske is the Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy. He coordinates all aspects of federal drug control programs.

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      One Nation Under Taught: Solving America's STEM Crisis

      Vince Bertram is president and CEO of Project Lead the Way. By 2018 jobs in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math will grow by 18 percent... double the rate of other occupations. But there simply aren't enough students in the current pipelines to meet America's future needs.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 12:00 pm

      On Campus

      The Origins of Man with Dr. Richard Leakey

      Dr. Leakey, renowned paleoanthropologist discusses his research into the origins of man.

    • 01:00 pm

      Clinton School

      What's Going On in the Middle East

      Professor Gokhan Bacik is a professor of international relations at Ipek University in Ankara, Turkey. He discusses the current conflicts in the Middle East and possible outcomes.

    • 02:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:30 pm

      Arts 21 (Live)

      The Art Scene in Britain

    • 03:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Relying on Science to Curb the Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic

      R. Gil Kerlikowske is the Directorof the Office of National Drug Control Policy. He coordinates all aspects of federal drug control programs.

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      One Nation Under Taught: Solving America's STEM Crisis

      Vince Bertram is president and CEO of Project Lead the Way. By 2018 jobs in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math will grow by 18 percent... double the rate of other occupations. But there simply aren't enough students in the current pipelines to meet America's future needs.

    • 05:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 05:15 pm

      DW Closeup (Live)

      The Current Affairs Documentary

      Protecting Lives in the World’s Danger Zones

    • 06:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 08:00 pm

      On Campus

      The Origins of Man with Dr. Richard Leakey

      Dr. Leakey, renowned paleoanthropologist discusses his research into the origins of man.

    • 09:00 pm

      Clinton School

      What's Going On in the Middle East

      Professor Gokhan Bacik is a professor of international relations at Ipek University in Ankara, Turkey. He discusses the current conflicts in the Middle East and possible outcomes.

    • 10:00 pm

      DW Tomorrow Today The Science Magazine ep 123

      Crowd Research - How to deal with panic

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Relying on Science to Curb the Prescription Drug Abuse Epidemic

      R. Gil Kerlikowske is the Directorof the Office of National Drug Control Policy. He coordinates all aspects of federal drug control programs.

    Monday20
    • 07:00 am

      Clinton School

      Our Gutenberg Moment: Using the Past to Imagine the Digital Future

      Alex Jones is the director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for journalism

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      AmeriCorps

      Bill Basl is director of AmeriCorps at the Corporation for National Service. AmeriCorps engages more than 75,000 men and women in intensive service at more than 15,000 locations including nonprofits, schools, public agencies and community groups.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 am

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

    • 11:45 am

      Clinton School

      Building World-class Ecosystems with Technology Startups

      Gabriella Draney presents what it took to make Texas one of the top 3 innovation ecosystems in the world.

    • 12:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Five Chiefs: A Supreme Court Memoir

      Justice John Paul Stevens, retired from the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010. He was nominated to the high court by President Gerald Ford.

    • 01:00 pm

      Earthtalk!

      Moving Toward More Sustainable, Cleaner Water

      UALR professor Dr. Lashun Thomas will discuss subsurface water contamination and the use of bioremediation at contaminated sites.

    • 02:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:30 pm

      DWTV In Focus (Live)

      Martina Kompel - International Master Chef

    • 03:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Our Gutenberg Moment: Using the Past to Imagine the Digital Future

      Alex Jones is the director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for journalism

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      AmeriCorps

      Bill Basl is director of AmeriCorps at the Corporation for National Service. AmeriCorps engages more than 75,000 men and women in intensive service at more than 15,000 locations including nonprofits, schools, public agencies and community groups.

    • 05:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 05:15 pm

      DW In Focus (Live)

      Taken with a Pinch of Salt

      How salt has invaded our food

    • 06:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

    • 07:45 pm

      Clinton School

      Building World-class Ecosystems with Technology Startups

      Gabriella Draney presents what it took to make Texas one of the top 3 innovation ecosystems in the world.

    • 08:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Five Chiefs: A Supreme Court Memoir

      Justice John Paul Stevens, retired from the U.S. Supreme Court in 2010. He was nominated to the high court by President Gerald Ford.

    • 09:00 pm

      Earthtalk!

      Moving Toward More Sustainable, Cleaner Water

      UALR professor Dr. Lashun Thomas will discuss subsurface water contamination and the use of bioremediation at contaminated sites.

    • 10:00 pm

      DW Focus on Europe ep 183

      Spotlight on the People of Norway and their oil curse

      also Paris the city of rodents?

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Our Gutenberg Moment: Using the Past to Imagine the Digital Future

      Alex Jones is the director of the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for journalism

    Tuesday21
    • 07:00 am

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 08:00 am

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

    • 08:45 am

      The Night Sky

      Things That Go Bump in the Night Sky

      October is the month of pumpkins, crisp autumn nights and Halloween. In this month's The Night Sky, Darrell Heath shows us how this holiday owes its origins to the astronomical calendar.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 am

      Center Stage

      The Brock McGuire Band Irish quartet

      The Brock McGuire Band includes some of Ireland's most celebrated traditional musicians and have been at the forefront of Irish music for many years. The concert emphasizes mostly Irish music but sprinkles in arrangements of bluegrass and other Celtic traditions.

    • 12:30 pm

      Clinton School

      KIND - Kids in Need of Defense

      Wendy Young is the president of KIND which was founded by Angelina Jolie and Microsoft Corporation to create a pro bono movement of law firms, corporations, NGOs, universities and volunteers to provide quality and compassionate legal council to refugee and immigrant children in the U.S.

    • 01:15 pm

      Clinton School

      Building World-class Ecosystems with Technology Startups

      Gabriella Draney presents what it took to make Texas one of the top 3 innovation ecosystems in the world.

    • 02:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:30 pm

      DW Tomorrow Today (Live)

      New cancer screening techniques

      Also cradles for adults and recycling tires

    • 03:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 04:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

    • 04:45 pm

      The Night Sky

      Things That Go Bump in the Night Sky

      October is the month of pumpkins, crisp autumn nights and Halloween. In this month's The Night Sky, Darrell Heath shows us how this holiday owes its origins to the astronomical calendar.

    • 05:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 05:15 pm

      DW In Focus (Live)

      Granny Lives in Thailand

      Senior house sharing for those living with dementia

    • 06:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 pm

      Center Stage

      The Brock McGuire Band Irish quartet

      The Brock McGuire Band includes some of Ireland's most celebrated traditional musicians and have been at the forefront of Irish music for many years. The concert emphasizes mostly Irish music but sprinkles in arrangements of bluegrass and other Celtic traditions.

    • 08:30 pm

      Clinton School

      KIND - Kids in Need of Defense

      Wendy Young is the president of KIND which was founded by Angelina Jolie and Microsoft Corporation to create a pro bono movement of law firms, corporations, NGOs, universities and volunteers to provide quality and compassionate legal council to refugee and immigrant children in the U.S.

    • 09:15 pm

      Clinton School

      Building World-class Ecosystems with Technology Startups

      Gabriella Draney presents what it took to make Texas one of the top 3 innovation ecosystems in the world.

    • 10:00 pm

      DW In Focus -Documentary ep 0192

      Ecopia Part -2 - The Sky’s the Limit

      The new generation of skyscrapers

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    Wednesday22
    • 07:00 am

      Clinton School

      Using Data Science Powers for Good: From Presidential Elections to Social Good

      Rayid Ghani is chief data scientist for the Computation Institute's Urban Center at the University of Chicago. He was part of the Obama for America data analytics team.

    • 08:00 am

      Earthtalk!

      How Continents Challenge the Theory of Plate Tectonics

      Professor Rebecca Bendick studies the deformation of the Earth's lithosphere at the University of Montana.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 12:00 pm

      On Campus

      Reliving the Ancient World: Rediscovering Herculaneum and Pompeii

      Dr. Richard S Mason discusses the 18th century excavations at Pompeii and Herculaneum. Dr. Mason teaches in the Ancient Studies department at UMBC and has lectured at the Smithsonian Institute.

    • 01:15 pm

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

    • 02:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:30 pm

      DWTV In Focus (Live)

      Who Am I - Finding myself

      Three young people struggling to find out who they are

    • 03:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Using Data Science Powers for Good: From Presidential Elections to Social Good

      Rayid Ghani is chief data scientist for the Computation Institute's Urban Center at the University of Chicago. He was part of the Obama for America data analytics team.

    • 04:00 pm

      Earthtalk!

      How Continents Challenge the Theory of Plate Tectonics

      Professor Rebecca Bendick studies the deformation of the Earth's lithosphere at the University of Montana.

    • 05:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 05:15 pm

      DW In Focus (Live)

      Last Hope for Democracy

      Tunisia Goes to the Polls

    • 06:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 08:00 pm

      On Campus

      Reliving the Ancient World: Rediscovering Herculaneum and Pompeii

      Dr. Richard S Mason discusses the 18th century excavations at Pompeii and Herculaneum. Dr. Mason teaches in the Ancient Studies department at UMBC and has lectured at the Smithsonian Institute.

    • 09:15 pm

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

    • 10:00 pm

      DW Global 3000 -The Globalization Program ep 0270

      Aid Workers Under Pressure

      Why is ebola so devistating

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Using Data Science Powers for Good: From Presidential Elections to Social Good

      Rayid Ghani is chief data scientist for the Computation Institute's Urban Center at the University of Chicago. He was part of the Obama for America data analytics team.

    Thursday23
    • 07:00 am

      Clinton School

      What's Going On in the Middle East

      Professor Gokhan Bacik is a professor of international relations at Ipek University in Ankara, Turkey. He discusses the current conflicts in the Middle East and possible outcomes.

    • 07:15 am

      Clinton School

      Building World-class Ecosystems with Technology Startups

      Gabriella Draney presents what it took to make Texas one of the top 3 innovation ecosystems in the world.

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      KIND - Kids in Need of Defense

      Wendy Young is the president of KIND which was founded by Angelina Jolie and Microsoft Corporation to create a pro bono movement of law firms, corporations, NGOs, universities and volunteers to provide quality and compassionate legal council to refugee and immigrant children in the U.S.

    • 11:45 am

      The Night Sky

      Things That Go Bump in the Night Sky

      October is the month of pumpkins, crisp autumn nights and Halloween. In this month's The Night Sky, Darrell Heath shows us how this holiday owes its origins to the astronomical calendar.

    • 12:00 pm

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      A Bucket of Blood

      Ben gets into the Halloween spirit with "A Bucket of Blood" - a Roger Corman comedy/horror film set in the beatnik culture.

    • 01:30 pm

      The Folklorist

      Captain Midnight

      The Folklorist looks at the lore behind "The Great Moon Hoax", "The Hoosac Tunnel" and Captain Midnight.

    • 02:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:30 pm

      Global 3000 (Live)

      Leatherback Turtles on Santa Lucia

      How poachers are wiping them out

    • 03:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Building World-class Ecosystems with Technology Startups

      Gabriella Draney presents what it took to make Texas one of the top 3 innovation ecosystems in the world.

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 05:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 05:15 pm

      DW Europe In Concert (Live)

      Stress (CH)

      Swiss rapper Stress who speaks out against racism and political extremism in his songs

    • 06:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      KIND - Kids in Need of Defense

      Wendy Young is the president of KIND which was founded by Angelina Jolie and Microsoft Corporation to create a pro bono movement of law firms, corporations, NGOs, universities and volunteers to provide quality and compassionate legal council to refugee and immigrant children in the U.S.

    • 07:45 pm

      The Night Sky

      Things That Go Bump in the Night Sky

      October is the month of pumpkins, crisp autumn nights and Halloween. In this month's The Night Sky, Darrell Heath shows us how this holiday owes its origins to the astronomical calendar.

    • 08:00 pm

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      A Bucket of Blood

      Ben gets into the Halloween spirit with "A Bucket of Blood" - a Roger Corman comedy/horror film set in the beatnik culture.

    • 09:30 pm

      The Folklorist

      Captain Midnight

      The Folklorist looks at the lore behind "The Great Moon Hoax", "The Hoosac Tunnel" and Captain Midnight.

    • 10:00 pm

      DW Euromaxx Highights ep 1020

      Fooducation Project - Fun with facades and a safari in the Alusians

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:15 pm

      Clinton School

      Building World-class Ecosystems with Technology Startups

      Gabriella Draney presents what it took to make Texas one of the top 3 innovation ecosystems in the world.

    Friday24
    • 07:00 am

      Center Stage

      UALR Faculty Concert

      Meredith Maddox Hicks on violin and Naoki Hakutani on Piano. Selections include Beethoven's Sonata in d major, Op. 12, No. 1 and Franck's Sonata in A major

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      KIND - Kids in Need of Defense

      Wendy Young is the president of KIND which was founded by Angelina Jolie and Microsoft Corporation to create a pro bono movement of law firms, corporations, NGOs, universities and volunteers to provide quality and compassionate legal council to refugee and immigrant children in the U.S.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 am

      Center Stage

      The UALR Jazz Ensemble presents its 2014 Spring Concert

      Featured Guest Artist, Saxophonist and Composer Steve Owen. In addition to performing some of Dr. Owen's works, the Ensemble takes on some old favorites.

    • 12:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 01:00 pm

      On Campus

      From Freedom Summer to Stop and Frisk

      Dr. Samuel Walker is an Emeritus Professor at the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Nebraska. He discusses the struggles of racial justice in America over the past 50 years.

    • 02:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:30 pm

      DW In Focus -Documentary ep 0192

      Ecopia Part -2 - The Sky’s the Limit

      The new generation of skyscrapers

    • 03:00 pm

      Clinton School

      What's Going On in the Middle East

      Professor Gokhan Bacik is a professor of international relations at Ipek University in Ankara, Turkey. He discusses the current conflicts in the Middle East and possible outcomes.

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      KIND - Kids in Need of Defense

      Wendy Young is the president of KIND which was founded by Angelina Jolie and Microsoft Corporation to create a pro bono movement of law firms, corporations, NGOs, universities and volunteers to provide quality and compassionate legal council to refugee and immigrant children in the U.S.

    • 05:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 05:15 pm

      DW In Focus (Live)

      Strangers - A Time to Make Friends

      Five immigrants building new lives

    • 06:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 pm

      Center Stage

      The UALR Jazz Ensemble presents its 2014 Spring Concert

      Featured Guest Artist, Saxophonist and Composer Steve Owen. In addition to performing some of Dr. Owen's works, the Ensemble takes on some old favorites.

    • 08:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 09:00 pm

      On Campus

      From Freedom Summer to Stop and Frisk

      Dr. Samuel Walker is an Emeritus Professor at the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Nebraska. He discusses the struggles of racial justice in America over the past 50 years.

    • 10:00 pm

      DW Focus on Europe ep 183

      Spotlight on the People of Norway and their oil curse

      also Paris the city of rodents?

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 11:15 pm

      DW Europe In Concert (Live)

      Stress (CH)

      Swiss rapper Stress who speaks out against racism and political extremism in his songs

    Saturday25
    • 07:00 am

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      Wave

      Author and professor Sonali Deraniyagala discusses how she coped with the deadly 2004 tsunami in Sr. Lanka that killed more than 200,000 people.... including her family.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      One Nation Under Taught: Solving America's STEM Crisis

      Vince Bertram is president and CEO of Project Lead the Way. By 2018 jobs in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math will grow by 18 percent... double the rate of other occupations. But there simply aren't enough students in the current pipelines to meet America's future needs.

    • 12:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

    • 12:45 pm

      The Night Sky

      Things That Go Bump in the Night Sky

      October is the month of pumpkins, crisp autumn nights and Halloween. In this month's The Night Sky, Darrell Heath shows us how this holiday owes its origins to the astronomical calendar.

    • 01:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 02:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:30 pm

      DW Euromaxx Highights ep 1020

      Fooducation Project - Fun with facades and a safari in the Alusians

    • 03:00 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Faculty Concert

      Meredith Maddox Hicks on violin and Naoki Hakutani on Piano. Selections include Beethoven's Sonata in d major, Op. 12, No. 1 and Franck's Sonata in A major

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Wave

      Author and professor Sonali Deraniyagala discusses how she coped with the deadly 2004 tsunami in Sr. Lanka that killed more than 200,000 people.... including her family.

    • 05:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 05:15 pm

      DW In Focus (Live)

      Golden Harvest

      A Mobile Apple Press for making apple juice

    • 06:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      One Nation Under Taught: Solving America's STEM Crisis

      Vince Bertram is president and CEO of Project Lead the Way. By 2018 jobs in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math will grow by 18 percent... double the rate of other occupations. But there simply aren't enough students in the current pipelines to meet America's future needs.

    • 08:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

    • 08:45 pm

      The Night Sky

      Things That Go Bump in the Night Sky

      October is the month of pumpkins, crisp autumn nights and Halloween. In this month's The Night Sky, Darrell Heath shows us how this holiday owes its origins to the astronomical calendar.

    • 09:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 10:00 pm

      DW Euromaxx Highights ep 1020

      Fooducation Project - Fun with facades and a safari in the Alusians

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Faculty Concert

      Meredith Maddox Hicks on violin and Naoki Hakutani on Piano. Selections include Beethoven's Sonata in d major, Op. 12, No. 1 and Franck's Sonata in A major

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    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 09:00 am

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      Ten Principles for Building Healthy Places

      David Scheuer is the President of the Retrovest Companies which designs and constructs high quality buildings, streetscapes and neighborhoods in urban environments.

    • 12:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Mariposa & Friends: International Treasures!

      Mariporsa is a duo comprised of UALR faculty member Linda Holzer and violinist Sandra McDonald assistant concertmaster with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Guest artist is cellist Rafael Leon with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. The program features music by composers from three different countries including Manuel deFalla, Ellen Taaffe Zwilich and Ludwig van Beethoven.

    • 01:15 pm

      Clinton School

      KIND - Kids in Need of Defense

      Wendy Young is the president of KIND which was founded by Angelina Jolie and Microsoft Corporation to create a pro bono movement of law firms, corporations, NGOs, universities and volunteers to provide quality and compassionate legal council to refugee and immigrant children in the U.S.

    • 02:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:30 pm

      Arts 21 (Live)

    • 03:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Resilient America: Electing Nixon in 1968, Channeling Dissent, and Dividing Government

      Author Michael Nelson, a professor of Political Science at Rhodes College, explores how urban riots and the Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy reordered party coalitions and hardened the ideological divide.

    • 05:00 pm

      DW Journal (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 05:15 pm

      DW Closeup (Live)

      The Current Affairs Documentary

    • 06:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Ten Principles for Building Healthy Places

      David Scheuer is the President of the Retrovest Companies which designs and constructs high quality buildings, streetscapes and neighborhoods in urban environments.

    • 08:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Mariposa & Friends: International Treasures!

      Mariporsa is a duo comprised of UALR faculty member Linda Holzer and violinist Sandra McDonald assistant concertmaster with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. Guest artist is cellist Rafael Leon with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. The program features music by composers from three different countries including Manuel deFalla, Ellen Taaffe Zwilich and Ludwig van Beethoven.

    • 09:15 pm

      Clinton School

      KIND - Kids in Need of Defense

      Wendy Young is the president of KIND which was founded by Angelina Jolie and Microsoft Corporation to create a pro bono movement of law firms, corporations, NGOs, universities and volunteers to provide quality and compassionate legal council to refugee and immigrant children in the U.S.

    • 10:00 pm

      DW

      Tomorrow Today The Science Magazine ep

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 11:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      David O. Dodd: A Legend Emerges

      UALR professor Carl Moneyhon examines the facts and the legend behind David O. Dodd. Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy 150 years ago and executed in Little Rock. Dr. Moneyhon's talk examines who and when the legend was created.

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The Night Sky

Darrell talks about “The Lonely Star” in his blog on The Night Sky page

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