Alan Armijo - There's A Better Way - (PROMO)
Alan Armijo - There's A Better Way - (PROMO)
Alan Armijo explains how the city of Albuquerque instituted a program that hires the homeless community to perform city functions.
Symphonic Piano Concert - (Promo)
Symphonic Piano Concert - (Promo)
UA Little Rock Piano Ensemble Concert featurings Dr. Jaeyeon Park-Hakutani, Dr. Naoki Hakutani, Dr. Kyung-Eun Na, and Dr. Rolf Groesbeck
Howard Bryant - Black Athletes - (PROMO)
Howard Bryant - Black Athletes - (PROMO)
Howard Bryant, author and ESPN journalist discusses the history of black athletes and politics in his new book "The Heritage: Black Athletes, a Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism.
The Night Sky - Meteors!
The Night Sky - Meteors!
Darrell Heath from UA Little Rock explains how those streaks of light across the night sky are created as this episode describes the differences between meteors, meteorites and comets.
Ed Bethune - Jackhammered; A Life of Adventure (PROMO)
Ed Bethune - Jackhammered; A Life of Adventure (PROMO)
Ed Bethune shares from his memoir.... discussing his congressional career as well as his years as an FBI agent.

University TV schedule

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    • 03:00 am

      Center Stage

      Piano Recital Guest Artist Shing-Ming Liao

      Dr. Liao performs selections from Bach, Debussy ending with an fiery performance of César Franck.

    • 04:30 am

      Clinton School

      Cultivating a Better Food System

      Dani Nirenberg is president and founder of "Food Tank: The Food Think Tank. She is an expert on sustainable agriculture and food issues.

    • 05:30 am

      Earthtalk!

      Medical Geology: The Connection Between Geology and Health

      UALR professor Dr. Laura Ruhl talks about Medical Geology, the science that deals with the relationships between geologic materials and humans.

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      Room to Read: Scaling Social Good

      Erin Ganju talks about the efforts to transform the lives of millions of children by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Heritage: Black Athletes, a Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism

      Howard Bryant is an acclaimed sports journalist who writes for ESPN. He discusses the return of the athlete-activist.

    • 11:00 am

      Center Stage

      Piano Recital Guest Artist Shing-Ming Liao

      Dr. Liao performs selections from Bach, Debussy ending with an fiery performance of César Franck.

    • 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

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Cultivating a Better Food System

      Dani Nirenberg is president and founder of "Food Tank: The Food Think Tank. She is an expert on sustainable agriculture and food issues.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Room to Read: Scaling Social Good

      Erin Ganju talks about the efforts to transform the lives of millions of children by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education.

    • 05:00 pm

      Center Stage

      The Music of Robert Boury

      UALR faculty composer Robert Boury's music is celebrated

    • 06:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Heritage: Black Athletes, a Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism

      Howard Bryant is an acclaimed sports journalist who writes for ESPN. He discusses the return of the athlete-activist.

    • 07:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Piano Recital Guest Artist Shing-Ming Liao

      Dr. Liao performs selections from Bach, Debussy ending with an fiery performance of César Franck.

    • 08:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Cultivating a Better Food System

      Dani Nirenberg is president and founder of "Food Tank: The Food Think Tank. She is an expert on sustainable agriculture and food issues.

    • 09:30 pm

      Earthtalk!

      Medical Geology: The Connection Between Geology and Health

      UALR professor Dr. Laura Ruhl talks about Medical Geology, the science that deals with the relationships between geologic materials and humans.

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Monday17
    • 03:00 am

      Clinton School

      She Persisted Around the World

      Chelsea Clinton shares her new book that celebrates women from around the world who changed the course of history.

    • 04:00 am

      Center Stage

      Mariposa & Friends: Creative Sparks!

      The concert celebrates the chamber music of American composer Gwyneth Walker

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      Corporations Are Not People

      Jeff Clements is the co-founder and chair of the board of “Free Speech for People,” a national non-partisan campaign to overturn the Citizens United v. FEC case, challenge excessive corporate power, and to strengthen American democracy and republican self-government

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      International Development for the Real World

      USAID administrator Dr. Rajiv Shah discusses the practical impact of international aid and development.

    • 08:45 am

      The Night Sky

      Using the CALs Telescope

      Darrell Heath demonstrates how to use the new telescopes available for checkout at the Central Arkansas Libraries

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      On Campus

      Jackhammered; A Life of Adventure

      Former Congressman Ed Bethune reads from his memoir. He talks about his congressional career as well as his years as an FBI agent and prosecuting attorney.

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      Are Artists Public Servants Too?

      Jean Firstenberg headed the American Film Institute for more than 25 years.

    • 11:30 am

      Center Stage

      Mariposa & Friends: Creative Sparks!

      The concert celebrates the chamber music of American composer Gwyneth Walker

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Corporations Are Not People

      Jeff Clements is the co-founder and chair of the board of “Free Speech for People,” a national non-partisan campaign to overturn the Citizens United v. FEC case, challenge excessive corporate power, and to strengthen American democracy and republican self-government

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      International Development for the Real World

      USAID administrator Dr. Rajiv Shah discusses the practical impact of international aid and development.

    • 04:45 pm

      The Night Sky

      Using the CALs Telescope

      Darrell Heath demonstrates how to use the new telescopes available for checkout at the Central Arkansas Libraries

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Europe & The United States

      EU Ambassador David O'Sullivan oversees the European Union's Delegation relationship with the United States. His lecture is "Europe & The United States: A World in Turmoil, A Relationship in Transition".

    • 06:00 pm

      On Campus

      Jackhammered; A Life of Adventure

      Former Congressman Ed Bethune reads from his memoir. He talks about his congressional career as well as his years as an FBI agent and prosecuting attorney.

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      She Persisted Around the World

      Chelsea Clinton shares her new book that celebrates women from around the world who changed the course of history.

    • 08:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Mariposa & Friends: Creative Sparks!

      The concert celebrates the chamber music of American composer Gwyneth Walker

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Corporations Are Not People

      Jeff Clements is the co-founder and chair of the board of “Free Speech for People,” a national non-partisan campaign to overturn the Citizens United v. FEC case, challenge excessive corporate power, and to strengthen American democracy and republican self-government

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Tuesday18
    • 03:00 am

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 04:00 am

      Center Stage

      Symphonic Piano: Piano Ensemble Concert

      Eight hand Piano Ensemble Concert featuring Dr. Jaeyeon Park-Hakutani, Dr. Naoki Hakutani

    • 04:45 am

      Evenings With History

      What Lay Behind the Southern Tenant Farmers Union

      UALR History Professor James Ross shows how a group of white and black sharecroppers put aside their racial differences to protest the sharecropping system.

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      Media Stereotypes and their Role in Racial Healing and Equity

      Dr. Travis Dixon from UCLA discusses the portrayal of minorities in the media.

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      Hate: Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not Censorship

      Nadine Strossen is a professor of Constitutional Law at New York Law School and the first woman president of the ACLU. She argues that hate speech laws are ineffective.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Earthtalk!

      Medical Geology: The Connection Between Geology and Health

      UALR professor Dr. Laura Ruhl talks about Medical Geology, the science that deals with the relationships between geologic materials and humans.

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 12:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Symphonic Piano: Piano Ensemble Concert

      Eight hand Piano Ensemble Concert featuring Dr. Jaeyeon Park-Hakutani, Dr. Naoki Hakutani

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Media Stereotypes and their Role in Racial Healing and Equity

      Dr. Travis Dixon from UCLA discusses the portrayal of minorities in the media.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Hate: Why We Should Resist It with Free Speech, Not Censorship

      Nadine Strossen is a professor of Constitutional Law at New York Law School and the first woman president of the ACLU. She argues that hate speech laws are ineffective.

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Archives of American Gardens

      Cindy Brown of the Smithsonian Gardens explains how they are conserving American garden history and how you can participate.

    • 06:00 pm

      Earthtalk!

      Medical Geology: The Connection Between Geology and Health

      UALR professor Dr. Laura Ruhl talks about Medical Geology, the science that deals with the relationships between geologic materials and humans.

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 08:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Symphonic Piano: Piano Ensemble Concert

      Eight hand Piano Ensemble Concert featuring Dr. Jaeyeon Park-Hakutani, Dr. Naoki Hakutani

    • 08:45 pm

      Evenings With History

      What Lay Behind the Southern Tenant Farmers Union

      UALR History Professor James Ross shows how a group of white and black sharecroppers put aside their racial differences to protest the sharecropping system.

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Media Stereotypes and their Role in Racial Healing and Equity

      Dr. Travis Dixon from UCLA discusses the portrayal of minorities in the media.

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Wednesday19
    • 03:00 am

      Center Stage

      Body Works 2013 Spring Dance Concert

      UALR dance students perform a variety of pieces including works from the musical, "Chicago."

    • 04:45 am

      Clinton School

      Do Good. Live Well

      Coppy Holzman is CEO and founder of charitybuzz, the world's first charity auction website.

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      My Five Years in Purgatory

      Dr. Hal Kushner was recently featured in the Vietnam War documentary by Ken Burns. At the Clinton School, Dr. Kushner recounts how he was captured and his brutal treatment in prison camps.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      True Gentlemen: The Broken Pledge of America's Fraternities

      Author John Hechinger discusses "the unholy trinity" of America's Fraternities - dangerous drinking, misogyny and racism. John Hechinger is a senior editor at Bloomburg News, a two time winner of the George Polk Award in reporting on education, and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Public Service.

    • 11:00 am

      Center Stage

      Body Works 2013 Spring Dance Concert

      UALR dance students perform a variety of pieces including works from the musical, "Chicago."

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      My Five Years in Purgatory

      Dr. Hal Kushner was recently featured in the Vietnam War documentary by Ken Burns. At the Clinton School, Dr. Kushner recounts how he was captured and his brutal treatment in prison camps.

    • 05:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Michael Underwood Faulty Recital 2012

      Trombone Concert

    • 05:45 pm

      The Night Sky

      Our Hometown in the Universe: The Milky Way Galaxy

      In this month's episode, Darrell Heath puts our world in perspective by exploring our galaxy

    • 06:00 pm

      Clinton School

      True Gentlemen: The Broken Pledge of America's Fraternities

      Author John Hechinger discusses "the unholy trinity" of America's Fraternities - dangerous drinking, misogyny and racism. John Hechinger is a senior editor at Bloomburg News, a two time winner of the George Polk Award in reporting on education, and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Public Service.

    • 07:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Body Works 2013 Spring Dance Concert

      UALR dance students perform a variety of pieces including works from the musical, "Chicago."

    • 08:45 pm

      Clinton School

      Do Good. Live Well

      Coppy Holzman is CEO and founder of charitybuzz, the world's first charity auction website.

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Thursday20
    • 03:00 am

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      The Last Man on Earth

      Host Ben Fry serves up this 1964 Vincent Price sci-fil film where the Earth is filled with zombies that come out after dark.

    • 04:45 am

      Clinton School

      Life as a True Student Athlete

      Myron Rolle, a star safety for the Florida State Seminole football team, NFL Draft selection, Rhodes Scholar and aspiring neurosurgeon.

    • 05:30 am

      On Campus

      The Secrets of the Great Pyramid with Dr. Bob Brier

      Bob Brier, a renowned scholar of ancient Egypt, will discuss a new theory on how the pyramids were built.

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      The History of African-American Baseball

      Bob Kendrickhas served as president of hte Negro League Baseball Museum.

    • 11:00 am

      The Night Sky

      Meteors

      Darrell Heath explores how meteors are created, why they are so bright and the difference between a meteor and a comet.

    • 11:15 am

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      The Last Man on Earth

      Host Ben Fry serves up this 1964 Vincent Price sci-fil film where the Earth is filled with zombies that come out after dark.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      On Campus

      The Secrets of the Great Pyramid with Dr. Bob Brier

      Bob Brier, a renowned scholar of ancient Egypt, will discuss a new theory on how the pyramids were built.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 05:00 pm

      On Campus

      See A Song 2009

      The UALR Interpreter Education Program present See-A-Song where faculty and student perform songs in sign language.

    • 06:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The History of African-American Baseball

      Bob Kendrickhas served as president of hte Negro League Baseball Museum.

    • 07:00 pm

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      The Last Man on Earth

      Host Ben Fry serves up this 1964 Vincent Price sci-fil film where the Earth is filled with zombies that come out after dark.

    • 08:45 pm

      Clinton School

      Life as a True Student Athlete

      Myron Rolle, a star safety for the Florida State Seminole football team, NFL Draft selection, Rhodes Scholar and aspiring neurosurgeon.

    • 09:30 pm

      On Campus

      The Secrets of the Great Pyramid with Dr. Bob Brier

      Bob Brier, a renowned scholar of ancient Egypt, will discuss a new theory on how the pyramids were built.

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Friday21
    • 03:00 am

      Center Stage

      The Dutch Mandolin Society

      The 27 member ensemble is comprised of mandolins, mandolas, mandocello, guitars and bass. Their repertoire spans 18th century music to today's.

    • 05:00 am

      Clinton School

      Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health

      Marion Nestle is a professor in the Department of Nutrition at New York University. She discusses the politics of America's overabundant food supply and how it affects our health.

    • 06:00 am

      Clinton School

      Campaign for Grade Level Reading

      The state of Arkansas has set a goal of having 80% of third graders read at 80 percent proficiency. This is a panel discussion on how to accomplish that goal.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Jerusalem Embassy and the State of the Middle East

      Journalist Nick Schifrin talks about the history of Jerusalem and the conflict over the city and the placement of the American Embassy.

    • 09:00 am

      DWTV(Live)

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 11:00 am

      Center Stage

      The Dutch Mandolin Society

      The 27 member ensemble is comprised of mandolins, mandolas, mandocello, guitars and bass. Their repertoire spans 18th century music to today's.

    • 01:00 pm

      DWTV(Live)

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Campaign for Grade Level Reading

      The state of Arkansas has set a goal of having 80% of third graders read at 80 percent proficiency. This is a panel discussion on how to accomplish that goal.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Jerusalem Embassy and the State of the Middle East

      Journalist Nick Schifrin talks about the history of Jerusalem and the conflict over the city and the placement of the American Embassy.

    • 05:00 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Chamber Music Recital

      Featuring Naoki Hakutani, Felice Farrell, David Renfro

    • 05:45 pm

      The Night Sky

      Meteors

      Darrell Heath explores how meteors are created, why they are so bright and the difference between a meteor and a comet.

    • 06:00 pm

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 07:00 pm

      Center Stage

      The Dutch Mandolin Society

      The 27 member ensemble is comprised of mandolins, mandolas, mandocello, guitars and bass. Their repertoire spans 18th century music to today's.

    • 09:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health

      Marion Nestle is a professor in the Department of Nutrition at New York University. She discusses the politics of America's overabundant food supply and how it affects our health.

    • 10:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Campaign for Grade Level Reading

      The state of Arkansas has set a goal of having 80% of third graders read at 80 percent proficiency. This is a panel discussion on how to accomplish that goal.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Saturday22
    • 03:00 am

      Center Stage

      The UALR Percussion Ensembles Fall 2008

      The Percussion Ensemble, Steel Drum Group and the Trojan Pep Band perform

    • 04:00 am

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 05:00 am

      Evenings With History

      Argument, Proof and the Judgment of God

      UALR professor Michael Heil explains how Medieval Europe how the "Judgment of God" was used in legal cases.

    • 06:00 am

      Clinton School

      All You Can Eat: How Hungry is America?

      Joel Berg, a nationally recognized expert on hunger and food security, discusses his plan to eradicate hunger and poverty in America.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      Two Weeks of Life: A Memoir of Life, Death and Politics

      Newsweek editor and author Eleanor Clift discusses death and dying in her book which chronicles the death of her husband and the controversial Terri Schiavo case.

    • 09:00 am

      DWTV (Live)

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Heritage: Black Athletes, a Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism

      Howard Bryant is an acclaimed sports journalist who writes for ESPN. He discusses the return of the athlete-activist.

    • 11:00 am

      Center Stage

      The UALR Percussion Ensembles Fall 2008

      The Percussion Ensemble, Steel Drum Group and the Trojan Pep Band perform

    • 12:00 pm

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 01:00 pm

      DWTV(Live)

    • 02:00 pm

      Clinton School

      All You Can Eat: How Hungry is America?

      Joel Berg, a nationally recognized expert on hunger and food security, discusses his plan to eradicate hunger and poverty in America.

    • 03:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Two Weeks of Life: A Memoir of Life, Death and Politics

      Newsweek editor and author Eleanor Clift discusses death and dying in her book which chronicles the death of her husband and the controversial Terri Schiavo case.

    • 05:00 pm

      Earthtalk!

      Lessons Learned During a 34-year Career with the U.S. Geological Survey

      Dr. John Czarnecki, a groundwater specialist, discusses what he learned about our water supply at home and abroad.

    • 06:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Heritage: Black Athletes, a Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism

      Howard Bryant is an acclaimed sports journalist who writes for ESPN. He discusses the return of the athlete-activist.

    • 07:00 pm

      Center Stage

      The UALR Percussion Ensembles Fall 2008

      The Percussion Ensemble, Steel Drum Group and the Trojan Pep Band perform

    • 08:00 pm

      Clinton School

      There's a Better Way

      Alan Armijo works for the Albuquerque's Mayor's office. He explains how the city's Better Way program hires the homeless community to perform necessary functions.

    • 09:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      Argument, Proof and the Judgment of God

      UALR professor Michael Heil explains how Medieval Europe how the "Judgment of God" was used in legal cases.

    • 10:00 pm

      Clinton School

      All You Can Eat: How Hungry is America?

      Joel Berg, a nationally recognized expert on hunger and food security, discusses his plan to eradicate hunger and poverty in America.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Sunday23
    • 03:00 am

      EARTHtalk!

      Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells

      Dr. Jason Patton talks about the more than one million abandoned oil and gas wells in our country. Many of these wells were drilled long before any industry regulation. And this is causing problems. Dr. Patton is a Professor of Geology at Arkansas Tech University.

    • 04:00 am

      Clinton School

      Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America

      Shannon Watts is the founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.

    • 05:00 am

      On Campus

      Still Brave? Black Feminism as a Social Justice Project

      Dr. Patricia Hill Collins, a sociologist and author of books on Black feminism and race scholarship is a Distinguished Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland.

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Powers to Lead

      Harvard professor Josephy Nye looks at the nature of political and business leadership in today's world.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      Overcoming Addiction and Ending the Stigma

      Ginny Atwood Lovitt works to provide recovery support and resources to people and families affected by addiction.

    • 11:00 am

      EARTHtalk!

      Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells

      Dr. Jason Patton talks about the more than one million abandoned oil and gas wells in our country. Many of these wells were drilled long before any industry regulation. And this is causing problems. Dr. Patton is a Professor of Geology at Arkansas Tech University.

    • 12:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America

      Shannon Watts is the founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.

    • 01:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 02:00 pm

      On Campus

      Still Brave? Black Feminism as a Social Justice Project

      Dr. Patricia Hill Collins, a sociologist and author of books on Black feminism and race scholarship is a Distinguished Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland.

    • 03:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 04:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Powers to Lead

      Harvard professor Josephy Nye looks at the nature of political and business leadership in today's world.

    • 05:00 pm

      On Campus

      The Life of Rose Marie McCoy

      Biographer Arlene Corsano explores the life of Arkansas native Rose Marie McCoy. Ms. McCoy was a pioneer in the songwriting industry of the 1950s. This lecture was sponsored by the UA Little Rock Department of Music.

    • 06:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Overcoming Addiction and Ending the Stigma

      Ginny Atwood Lovitt works to provide recovery support and resources to people and families affected by addiction.

    • 07:00 pm

      EARTHtalk!

      Abandoned Oil and Gas Wells

      Dr. Jason Patton talks about the more than one million abandoned oil and gas wells in our country. Many of these wells were drilled long before any industry regulation. And this is causing problems. Dr. Patton is a Professor of Geology at Arkansas Tech University.

    • 08:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America

      Shannon Watts is the founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.

    • 09:00 pm

      On Campus

      Still Brave? Black Feminism as a Social Justice Project

      Dr. Patricia Hill Collins, a sociologist and author of books on Black feminism and race scholarship is a Distinguished Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland.

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Monday24