Will The Truth Set Us Free? - Dr. Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm (PROMO)
Will The Truth Set Us Free? - Dr. Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm (PROMO)
UA Little Rock Professor Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm discusses maximizing the potential of Truth Commissions to promote racial reconciliation. This lecture is part of the Plain Talk Lecture Series sponsored by the Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity.
Introduction to Participatory Budgeting Project - Shari Davis (PROMO)
Introduction to Participatory Budgeting Project - Shari Davis (PROMO)
Participatory Budgets allow ordinary citizens to make the decision on how municipal budgets or public budgets are created. A panel helps explain how it works. To watch go to ualr.edu/tv for cable broadcast dates and times and internet streaming link.
Dr. Kathy Knierim - Groundwater (Promo)
Dr. Kathy Knierim - Groundwater (Promo)
Dr. Kathy Knierim, Hydrologist for the United States Geological Survey, discusses groundwater and its importance to Arkansas. http://ualr.edu/tv/earthtalk/ Broadcast dates and times: ualr.edu/tv Broadcast streaming: https://ualruniversitytelevision.viebit.com/
The Night Sky - The Milky Way Galaxy
The Night Sky - The Milky Way Galaxy
Darrell Heath of the UALR College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences shares some cosmic perspective by shrinking our solar system down to a familiar size. ualr.edu/tv facebook.com/ualrtv

University TV schedule

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    • 03:00 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.

    • 04:00 am

      Evenings With History

      The Underground Railroad: On Track, Derailed and Back on Track.

      Dr. Charles Bolton examines the importance of the Underground Railroad.

    • 04:45 am

      The Folklorist

      Nikola Tesla

      The Folklorist looks at the inventions of Nikola Tesla

    • 05:00 am

      Clinton School

      Guantanamo, Original Sin, and Policy Failure

      Benjamin R. Farley is a trial attorney and law-of-war counsel at the U.S. Department of Defense. He is assigned to the team representing Ammar al-Baluchi, one of the five codefendants in the 9/11 conspiracy case who face capital charges before the military commission at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

    • 06:00 am

      Center Stage

      UALR Gospel Chorale Fall 2014

      The UALR Gospel Chorale is a mixed vocal ensemble of men and women dedicated to the study and performance of Gospel music.

    • 06:45 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 08:30 am

      DW

      Tomorrow/Today

      The Science Magazine on the interesting world of science and discoveries

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 09:15 am

      DW

      Covid -19 Special

      global news of the coronavirus

    • 09:30 am

      DW

      Global 3000

      Looks at issues of how people are living with globalization

    • 10:00 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.

    • 11:00 am

      Center Stage

      Bradley Moore Piano Concert

      UALR Guest Artist Bradley Moore performs. Recorded in 2009.

    • 12:15 pm

      Evenings With History

      The Underground Railroad: On Track, Derailed and Back on Track.

      Dr. Charles Bolton examines the importance of the Underground Railroad.

    • 01:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Guantanamo, Original Sin, and Policy Failure

      Benjamin R. Farley is a trial attorney and law-of-war counsel at the U.S. Department of Defense. He is assigned to the team representing Ammar al-Baluchi, one of the five codefendants in the 9/11 conspiracy case who face capital charges before the military commission at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

    • 02:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 03:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 03:30 pm

      DW News (Live)

      The Day

      Analysis of the stop stories of the day.

    • 04:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Thousand Blanket Journey

      Brothers Mike and Nick Fiorito started Blankets of Hope two years ago as a family project. After seeing homeless people freezing on N.Y. streets, they decided to help.

    • 05:45 pm

      Center Stage

      Bradley Moore Piano Concert

      UALR Guest Artist Bradley Moore performs. Recorded in 2009.

    • 07:00 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.

    • 08:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      The Underground Railroad: On Track, Derailed and Back on Track.

      Dr. Charles Bolton examines the importance of the Underground Railroad.

    • 08:45 pm

      The Folklorist

      Nikola Tesla

      The Folklorist looks at the inventions of Nikola Tesla

    • 09:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Guantanamo, Original Sin, and Policy Failure

      Benjamin R. Farley is a trial attorney and law-of-war counsel at the U.S. Department of Defense. He is assigned to the team representing Ammar al-Baluchi, one of the five codefendants in the 9/11 conspiracy case who face capital charges before the military commission at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

    • 10:00 pm

      Center Stage

      UALR Gospel Chorale Fall 2014

      The UALR Gospel Chorale is a mixed vocal ensemble of men and women dedicated to the study and performance of Gospel music.

    • 10:45 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Monday13
    • 03:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Forgotten Flight

      Litigation attorney Stuart Newberger has helped hundreds of American victims of state-sponsored terrorism, and their families, find justice. He tells the story of the families of the seven Americans killed in the UTA 772 attack, a French airliner blown up by a suitcase bomb in 1989 while flying from Central Africa to Paris.

    • 04:00 am

      The Folklorist

      Robert Smalls 1862 ep. 14

      The story of a daring escape by slaves aboard a Confederate ship... and the story of a fisherman who found himself in the belly of a whale.

    • 04:30 am

      EARTHtalk!

      Study of a Chemical Tank Spill

      Tim Hill is Principal Hydrogeologist at Atoka, Inc in Hot Springs Arkansas. He shares the results of a study on the impact of a hypothetical chemical tank leak.

    • 05:00 am

      Clinton School

      NoVo Foundation for Women and Girls

      Jennifer Buffett runs the NoVo Foundation, one of the top 75 foundations in the U.S.

    • 06:00 am

      Center Stage

      Artspree Presents guitarist Vladimir Gorbach

      Gorbach has performed around the world as a soloist and with orchestras and won first place in more than 10 of the most important international competitions in the world.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 08:30 am

      DW

      Kick Off!

      Pure soccer program from around the world.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 09:15 am

      DW

      Covid -19 Special

      global news of the coronavirus

    • 09:30 am

      DW

      REV

      Auto show presenting new technology in cars and transportation

    • 10:00 am

      Plain Talk

      Will the Truth Set Us Free?

      UA Little Rock Professor Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm discusses maximizing the potential of Truth Commissions to promote racial reconciliation. This lecture is part of the Plain Talk Lecture Series sponsored by the Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity.

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Forgotten Flight

      Litigation attorney Stuart Newberger has helped hundreds of American victims of state-sponsored terrorism, and their families, find justice. He tells the story of the families of the seven Americans killed in the UTA 772 attack, a French airliner blown up by a suitcase bomb in 1989 while flying from Central Africa to Paris.

    • 12:00 pm

      The Folklorist

      Robert Smalls 1862 ep. 14

      The story of a daring escape by slaves aboard a Confederate ship... and the story of a fisherman who found himself in the belly of a whale.

    • 12:30 pm

      EARTHtalk!

      Study of a Chemical Tank Spill

      Tim Hill is Principal Hydrogeologist at Atoka, Inc in Hot Springs Arkansas. He shares the results of a study on the impact of a hypothetical chemical tank leak.

    • 01:00 pm

      Clinton School

      NoVo Foundation for Women and Girls

      Jennifer Buffett runs the NoVo Foundation, one of the top 75 foundations in the U.S.

    • 02:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 03:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 03:30 pm

      DW News (Live)

      The Day

      Analysis of the stop stories of the day.

    • 04:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Predatory Lending

      Gregory Squires a professor of public policy and administration at George Washington University discusses predatory lending and its effect on society.

    • 06:00 pm

      Plain Talk

      Will the Truth Set Us Free?

      UA Little Rock Professor Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm discusses maximizing the potential of Truth Commissions to promote racial reconciliation. This lecture is part of the Plain Talk Lecture Series sponsored by the Anderson Institute on Race and Ethnicity.

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Forgotten Flight

      Litigation attorney Stuart Newberger has helped hundreds of American victims of state-sponsored terrorism, and their families, find justice. He tells the story of the families of the seven Americans killed in the UTA 772 attack, a French airliner blown up by a suitcase bomb in 1989 while flying from Central Africa to Paris.

    • 08:00 pm

      The Folklorist

      Robert Smalls 1862 ep. 14

      The story of a daring escape by slaves aboard a Confederate ship... and the story of a fisherman who found himself in the belly of a whale.

    • 08:30 pm

      EARTHtalk!

      Study of a Chemical Tank Spill

      Tim Hill is Principal Hydrogeologist at Atoka, Inc in Hot Springs Arkansas. He shares the results of a study on the impact of a hypothetical chemical tank leak.

    • 09:00 pm

      Clinton School

      NoVo Foundation for Women and Girls

      Jennifer Buffett runs the NoVo Foundation, one of the top 75 foundations in the U.S.

    • 10:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Artspree Presents guitarist Vladimir Gorbach

      Gorbach has performed around the world as a soloist and with orchestras and won first place in more than 10 of the most important international competitions in the world.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Tuesday14
    • 03:00 am

      Evenings With History

      A (Publishing) House Divided: The End of Empire and the Partition of India and Pakistan

      UA Little Rock History professor Andrew Amstutz. This talk tells the story of Partition (the division of India in 1947) through the division of popular publishing house.

    • 03:45 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.

    • 04:30 am

      On Campus

      Redemption: A Memoir of Sisterhood, Survival and Finding Freedom Behind Bars

      Stacy Lannert discusses overcoming childhood sexual abuse.

    • 05:15 am

      Clinton School

      Introduction to Participatory Budget Project

      Shari Davis introduces the budget and principles in Participatory Budgets where ordinary people decide how to allocate municipal or public budgets.

    • 06:00 am

      EARTHtalk!

      Groundwater: Below Our Feet and In Our Minds

      Dr. Kathy Knierim is a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. Dr. Knierim talks about the ways she measures our water use as well as assessing the quality of our groundwater.

    • 06:45 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 08:30 am

      DW

      Global 3000

      Looks at issues of how people are living with globalization

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 09:15 am

      DW

      Covid -19 Special

      global news of the coronavirus

    • 09:30 am

      DW

      Eco India

      Explores environment, sustainability and technology in India

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      Why Are So Many Arkansas Children Hungry or Obese?

      A panel discussion to increase awareness and discuss solutions for these contrasting problems.

    • 11:00 am

      Evenings With History

      A (Publishing) House Divided: The End of Empire and the Partition of India and Pakistan

      UA Little Rock History professor Andrew Amstutz. This talk tells the story of Partition (the division of India in 1947) through the division of popular publishing house.

    • 11:45 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.

    • 12:30 pm

      On Campus

      Redemption: A Memoir of Sisterhood, Survival and Finding Freedom Behind Bars

      Stacy Lannert discusses overcoming childhood sexual abuse.

    • 01:15 pm

      Clinton School

      Introduction to Participatory Budget Project

      Shari Davis introduces the budget and principles in Participatory Budgets where ordinary people decide how to allocate municipal or public budgets.

    • 02:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 03:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 03:30 pm

      DW News (Live)

      The Day

      Analysis of the stop stories of the day.

    • 04:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Right to Be Free - Ending Slavery and Human Trafficking

      Eric Peasah works with organizations in Ghana and West Africa to help stop human trafficking

    • 05:45 pm

      On Campus

      The Bible and The Qur'an

      Dr. Gabriel Said Reynolds is a professor of Islamic Studies and Theology at the University of Notre Dame. He discusses the latest debates about the Qur'an and its relationship to the Bible.

    • 07:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      A (Publishing) House Divided: The End of Empire and the Partition of India and Pakistan

      UA Little Rock History professor Andrew Amstutz. This talk tells the story of Partition (the division of India in 1947) through the division of popular publishing house.

    • 07:45 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.

    • 08:30 pm

      On Campus

      Redemption: A Memoir of Sisterhood, Survival and Finding Freedom Behind Bars

      Stacy Lannert discusses overcoming childhood sexual abuse.

    • 09:15 pm

      Clinton School

      Introduction to Participatory Budget Project

      Shari Davis introduces the budget and principles in Participatory Budgets where ordinary people decide how to allocate municipal or public budgets.

    • 10:00 pm

      EARTHtalk!

      Groundwater: Below Our Feet and In Our Minds

      Dr. Kathy Knierim is a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. Dr. Knierim talks about the ways she measures our water use as well as assessing the quality of our groundwater.

    • 10:45 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Wednesday15
    • 03:00 am

      Clinton School

      A Very Stable Genius - Philip Rucker

      Washington Post Bureau Chief, Philip Rucker discusses his book "A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump's Testing of America."

    • 04:00 am

      Evenings With History

      Abraham Lincoln 201:

      UALR Professor Carl Moneyhon explores how historians have produced widely varying interpretations of President Lincoln.

    • 04:30 am

      Clinton School

      America the Edible"Adam Richman, host of "Man v. Food" explores the ethnic, economic and cultural factors of our food.

    • 05:00 am

      Center Stage

      2010 Spring Dance Concert

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 08:30 am

      DW

      Made In Germany

      Examines the risks and benefits of digitalization

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 09:15 am

      DW

      Covid -19 Special

      global news of the coronavirus

    • 09:30 am

      DW

      Conflict Zone

      Spotlights controversial issues

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      Winning Westeros: How Game of Thrones Explains Modern Military Conflict

      Author M.L. Cavanaugh applies the theories of our actual world to the examples in fictional Westeros, and the fascinating connections between George R. R. Martin's fantasy world and real war and politics.

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      A Very Stable Genius - Philip Rucker

      Washington Post Bureau Chief, Philip Rucker discusses his book "A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump's Testing of America."

    • 12:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      Abraham Lincoln 201:

      UALR Professor Carl Moneyhon explores how historians have produced widely varying interpretations of President Lincoln.

    • 12:30 pm

      Clinton School

      America the Edible"Adam Richman, host of "Man v. Food" explores the ethnic, economic and cultural factors of our food.

    • 01:00 pm

      Center Stage

      2010 Spring Dance Concert

    • 02:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 03:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 03:30 pm

      DW News (Live)

      The Day

      Analysis of the stop stories of the day.

    • 04:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Looking Back at the Arkansas Gazette

      Longtime Arkansas Gazette reporter Roy Reed looks back at the history of the famed newspaper.

    • 05:45 pm

      On Campus

      "A Pearl for Kizzy"

      Author Ed Bethune reads from his World War II era novel which visits the lives of poor pearl farmers in Northeast Arkansas.

    • 06:30 pm

      On Campus

      Realities and Myths about Educating Black Males

      Dr. Ivory Toldson is a researcher who has analyzed hundreds of success variables in students

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      A Very Stable Genius - Philip Rucker

      Washington Post Bureau Chief, Philip Rucker discusses his book "A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump's Testing of America."

    • 08:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      Abraham Lincoln 201:

      UALR Professor Carl Moneyhon explores how historians have produced widely varying interpretations of President Lincoln.

    • 08:30 pm

      Clinton School

      America the Edible"Adam Richman, host of "Man v. Food" explores the ethnic, economic and cultural factors of our food.

    • 09:00 pm

      Center Stage

      2010 Spring Dance Concert

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Thursday16
    • 03:00 am

      Guest Speaker

      Michelle Alexander - The New Jim Crow

      Highly acclaimed civil rights lawyer Michelle Alexander talks about her book, "The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness."

    • 04:15 am

      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

    • 04:30 am

      Clinton School

      Chicago Community Trust

      Helene Gayle was named one of Forbes "100 Most Powerful Women". She is president of The Chicago Community Trust. She is an expert in global development and humanitarian and health initiatives having spent 20 years working for the Center for Disease Control.

    • 05:30 am

      Center Stage

      Susan Antonetti - Flute Recital 2012

      UALR Faculty member Susan Antonetti performs

    • 06:45 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 08:30 am

      DW

      Focus Europe

      Spotlights the people of Europe politically, socially and culturally.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 09:15 am

      DW

      Covid -19 Special

      global news of the coronavirus

    • 09:30 am

      DW

      Eco Africa

      Innovative environmental concepts and projects from Africa and Europe

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      The Education of a Black Radical

      D'Army Bailey discusses his book about his time as the president of his freshman class at Southern University in 1960.

    • 11:00 am

      Guest Speaker

      Michelle Alexander - The New Jim Crow

      Highly acclaimed civil rights lawyer Michelle Alexander talks about her book, "The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness."

    • 12:15 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

    • 12:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Chicago Community Trust

      Helene Gayle was named one of Forbes "100 Most Powerful Women". She is president of The Chicago Community Trust. She is an expert in global development and humanitarian and health initiatives having spent 20 years working for the Center for Disease Control.

    • 01:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 03:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 03:30 pm

      DW News (Live)

      The Day

      Analysis of the stop stories of the day.

    • 04:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 05:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      The Tea Part and the American Revolution

      UALR professor Dr. Johanna Miller Lewis talks about the original "Tea Party" in the American Revolution.

    • 06:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The Education of a Black Radical

      D'Army Bailey discusses his book about his time as the president of his freshman class at Southern University in 1960.

    • 07:00 pm

      Guest Speaker

      Michelle Alexander - The New Jim Crow

      Highly acclaimed civil rights lawyer Michelle Alexander talks about her book, "The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness."

    • 08:15 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

    • 08:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Chicago Community Trust

      Helene Gayle was named one of Forbes "100 Most Powerful Women". She is president of The Chicago Community Trust. She is an expert in global development and humanitarian and health initiatives having spent 20 years working for the Center for Disease Control.

    • 09:30 pm

      Center Stage

      Susan Antonetti - Flute Recital 2012

      UALR Faculty member Susan Antonetti performs

    • 10:45 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Friday17
    • 03:00 am

      Clinton School

      Constitutional Coup

      Jon Michaels is a professor of law with degrees from Oxford and Yale Law Schools. Michaels shows in his book, “Constitutional Coup: Privatization’s Threat to the American Republic,” separating the state from its public servants, practices, and institutions does violence to our Constitution, and threatens the health and stability of the Republic.

    • 03:45 am

      The Night Sky

      Observing Meteor Showers

      Darrell Heath shares the best ways to prepare for viewing a meteor shower.

    • 04:00 am

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      The Flying Deuces

      Laurel and Hardy join the French Foreign Legion where all the trouble begins.

    • 05:30 am

      Clinton School

      Winning Westeros: How Game of Thrones Explains Modern Military Conflict

      Author M.L. Cavanaugh applies the theories of our actual world to the examples in fictional Westeros, and the fascinating connections between George R. R. Martin's fantasy world and real war and politics.

    • 06:30 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 08:15 am

      DW

      World Stories

      Current world affairs

    • 08:30 am

      DW

      Euromaxx

      Insight into European culture and lifestyle.

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:15 am

      DW

      Reporter

      Close to the action reporting from around the world

    • 09:30 am

      DW

      Check In

      Discover the different regions of Germany

    • 10:00 am

      Earthtalk!

      Earth's Climate: Past, Present and Future

      . Dr. Peter Trabant uses geologic history of sedimentary deposits to review causes of past climates and how we know what is in store for our future climate.

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      Constitutional Coup

      Jon Michaels is a professor of law with degrees from Oxford and Yale Law Schools. Michaels shows in his book, “Constitutional Coup: Privatization’s Threat to the American Republic,” separating the state from its public servants, practices, and institutions does violence to our Constitution, and threatens the health and stability of the Republic.

    • 11:45 am

      The Night Sky

      Observing Meteor Showers

      Darrell Heath shares the best ways to prepare for viewing a meteor shower.

    • 12:00 pm

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      The Flying Deuces

      Laurel and Hardy join the French Foreign Legion where all the trouble begins.

    • 01:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 03:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 03:15 pm

      DW

      World Stories

      Current world affairs

    • 03:30 pm

      DW

      Arts.21

      Discover culture in Berlin and beyond

    • 04:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Patient H.M.

      Luke Dittrich tells the story of "Patient H.M.: A Story of Memory, Madness, and Family Secrets". The story Henry Moliason, revolves around a young man that underwent a lobotomy and lost his ability to create memories. Research on Henry advanced the study of brain research that involved the author's family.

    • 06:00 pm

      Earthtalk!

      Earth's Climate: Past, Present and Future

      . Dr. Peter Trabant uses geologic history of sedimentary deposits to review causes of past climates and how we know what is in store for our future climate.

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Constitutional Coup

      Jon Michaels is a professor of law with degrees from Oxford and Yale Law Schools. Michaels shows in his book, “Constitutional Coup: Privatization’s Threat to the American Republic,” separating the state from its public servants, practices, and institutions does violence to our Constitution, and threatens the health and stability of the Republic.

    • 07:45 pm

      The Night Sky

      Observing Meteor Showers

      Darrell Heath shares the best ways to prepare for viewing a meteor shower.

    • 08:00 pm

      Home Fry-ed Movies

      The Flying Deuces

      Laurel and Hardy join the French Foreign Legion where all the trouble begins.

    • 09:30 pm

      Clinton School

      Winning Westeros: How Game of Thrones Explains Modern Military Conflict

      Author M.L. Cavanaugh applies the theories of our actual world to the examples in fictional Westeros, and the fascinating connections between George R. R. Martin's fantasy world and real war and politics.

    • 10:30 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    Saturday18
    • 03:00 am

      Clinton School

      The People's Guide to the Federal Budget

      Jo Comerford is the executive director of the National Priorities Project, a non-profit, non-partisan research organization whose mission is to make federal budget information transparent and accessible.

    • 04:00 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.

    • 06:00 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.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 08:15 am

      DW

      Sports Life

      Sports reports from around the world

    • 08:30 am

      DW

      Arts.21

      Discover culture in Berlin and beyond

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:15 am

      DW

      Shift

      The latest on Internet news

    • 09:30 am

      DW

      DocFilm

      Exciting stories on a variety of topics

    • 10:00 am

      Evenings With History

      The Drama of Prince Charlie

      UALR History professor Thomas Kaiser discusses Bonnie Prince Charlie, his quest for the British throne and how he tried to get assistance from France.

    • 11:00 am

      Clinton School

      The People's Guide to the Federal Budget

      Jo Comerford is the executive director of the National Priorities Project, a non-profit, non-partisan research organization whose mission is to make federal budget information transparent and accessible.

    • 12:00 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.

    • 02:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 03:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 03:15 pm

      DW

      Reporter

      Close to the action reporting from around the world

    • 03:30 pm

      DW

      DocFilm

      Exciting stories on a variety of topics

    • 04:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 05:00 pm

      Clinton School

      Almighty: Courage, Resistance and Existential Peril in the Nuclear Age

      Dan Zak is a reporter for the Washington Post and author of "Almighty", a book about nuclear weapons and the narratives that shape our policies.

    • 06:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      The Drama of Prince Charlie

      UALR History professor Thomas Kaiser discusses Bonnie Prince Charlie, his quest for the British throne and how he tried to get assistance from France.

    • 07:00 pm

      Clinton School

      The People's Guide to the Federal Budget

      Jo Comerford is the executive director of the National Priorities Project, a non-profit, non-partisan research organization whose mission is to make federal budget information transparent and accessible.

    • 08:00 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.

    • 10:00 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.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

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    • 03:00 am

      Evenings With History

      What is the Civil Rights Movement?

      UA LIttle Rock History Professor John Kirk reflects on the ways historians approach the civil rights movement.

    • 03:45 am

      Clinton School

      charity:water

      Alexander Eaton is director of charity: water, an organization that brings clean drinking water to people in developing nations.

    • 05:00 am

      Center Stage

      Iberia Thrives!

      A concert featuring UALR faculty and students performing Compositions by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Manuel Ponce, Astor Piazzolla, Agustin Lara, Manuel de Falla, Pablo de Sarasate, Ernesto Nazareth, Isaac Albeniz and Enrique Granados.

    • 06:15 am

      Clinton School

      Something to Write Home About

      Janis Kearney discusses her memoir which chronicles her years in the White House and as publisher of the state newspaper.

    • 07:00 am

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 08:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 08:30 am

      DW

      Tomorrow/Today

      The Science Magazine on the interesting world of science and discoveries

    • 09:00 am

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

    • 09:15 am

      DW

      Covid -19 Special

      global news of the coronavirus

    • 09:30 am

      DW

      Global 3000

      Looks at issues of how people are living with globalization

    • 10:00 am

      Clinton School

      On Lasting Pillars - Robinson Auditorium

      Scott Whiteley Carter - In honor of the 80th birthday of Robinson Center Performance Hall, this program looks at the history of race and the auditorium, from its architecture to the policies which kept it segregated.

    • 11:00 am

      Evenings With History

      What is the Civil Rights Movement?

      UA LIttle Rock History Professor John Kirk reflects on the ways historians approach the civil rights movement.

    • 11:45 am

      Clinton School

      charity:water

      Alexander Eaton is director of charity: water, an organization that brings clean drinking water to people in developing nations.

    • 01:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Iberia Thrives!

      A concert featuring UALR faculty and students performing Compositions by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Manuel Ponce, Astor Piazzolla, Agustin Lara, Manuel de Falla, Pablo de Sarasate, Ernesto Nazareth, Isaac Albeniz and Enrique Granados.

    • 02:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 03:00 pm

      DW News (Live)

      Daily News Program

      News from around the world

    • 03:30 pm

      DW News (Live)

      The Day

      Analysis of the stop stories of the day.

    • 04:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

    • 05:00 pm

      "On Campus

      Author Kevin Brockmeier

      Kevin Brockmeier reads from his book "The Illumination."" Brockmeier has received three O.Henry Awards, a PEN USA Award and Borders Original Voices Award. "

    • 06:00 pm

      Clinton School

      On Lasting Pillars - Robinson Auditorium

      Scott Whiteley Carter - In honor of the 80th birthday of Robinson Center Performance Hall, this program looks at the history of race and the auditorium, from its architecture to the policies which kept it segregated.

    • 07:00 pm

      Evenings With History

      What is the Civil Rights Movement?

      UA LIttle Rock History Professor John Kirk reflects on the ways historians approach the civil rights movement.

    • 07:45 pm

      Clinton School

      charity:water

      Alexander Eaton is director of charity: water, an organization that brings clean drinking water to people in developing nations.

    • 09:00 pm

      Center Stage

      Iberia Thrives!

      A concert featuring UALR faculty and students performing Compositions by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Manuel Ponce, Astor Piazzolla, Agustin Lara, Manuel de Falla, Pablo de Sarasate, Ernesto Nazareth, Isaac Albeniz and Enrique Granados.

    • 10:15 pm

      Clinton School

      Something to Write Home About

      Janis Kearney discusses her memoir which chronicles her years in the White House and as publisher of the state newspaper.

    • 11:00 pm

      Classic Arts Showcase

      Music, Visual Arts and Film Shorts

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