University Television creates a wide variety of original programs…. including documentaries, concerts, interview programs and guest speakers.
“UALR Shorts” are videos less than 10 minutes in length about an interesting event, person or program at UALR.
In the popular Night Sky series, Darrell Heath takes us on a tour of our galaxy … and beyond.
From atop the Himalayas to the interior of the earth’s core, Earthtalk! examines what is going on underfoot. Sponsored by the UALR Department of Earth Sciences, it is a monthly lecture series that will help you learn a little more about our planet.
UALR and the many academic departments invite a diverse group of guest speakers to campus. We share many of those guest lectures on University TV.
The UALR Department of Applied Communication presents a Leadership Lecture Series that explores management, leadership and communication skills. Speakers discuss topics such as non-verbal communication, management conflict and positive communication.
The History Institute’s “Evenings with History” Speakers Series features UALR faculty members discussing their research on a wide variety of historical subjects.
From opera to dance, “Center Stage at UALR” showcases the talent of our students and faculty in all types of performances.
Join UALR art gallery director Brad Cushman as he visits with artists and talks with them about their inspiration and technique.
Visiting actors, playwrights and choreographers have a conversation with faculty and students about their careers in the theatre.
Ben Fry serves up movies from the “public domain vault” and spices each film with trivia about the production.
University Television is pleased to work with the Clinton School of Public Service to record and broadcast the renowned speakers from around the world who come to Little Rock to discuss public service, politics, media, religion and the arts.
Student productions are showcased. These can include documentaries and short videos to films and magazine shows
Dr. Joseph Giammo, Dr. Greg Shufeldt and Cheryl Hellmann discuss how our political system works… and doesn’t work.
In The Bowen Connection, law professors at William H. Bowen School of Law discuss legal issues relevant to everyday life.