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Please Note: This list is not yet complete and is actively being worked on, in order to ensure all PBS Utah local productions are listed here.


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Battalion

Battle Over Bears Ears

Beehive Spirits

Behind The Scenes: Antiques Roadshow in Salt Lake City

Best of KUED

Best of Serenades

Best of This Is Utah

Beyond the Crowds

Brigham Street

Butch Cassidy and the Outlaw Trail

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The Gerda That Remains
Gerda Saunders embarks on a journey of self-discovery and inquiry as the effects of dementia slowly unravels her identity. A teacher and scientist by trade and grounded in reality, Gerda invites us into her memory loss experience with nuance, poetry and vulnerability. While the disease progresses, Gerda reveals what remains of who she is and what she must let go of.

Governor's Monthly News Conference
The Governor's Monthly News Conference, an unedited exchange between reporters and Governor Spencer Cox.

Glen Canyon: A Dam, Water, and the West
This documentary uses archival photographs, film, and interviews with the key players involved in the dam's construction to present a balanced examination of Western progress. The one-hour documentary was produced and directed by Ken Verdoia. Nancy Green served as associate producer.

 

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Healing the Warrior's Heart
Healing the Warrior's Heart looks at PTSD through the prism of Native American ceremony, and explores the ancient healing traditions that continue to help.

The Hinckley Report with Jason Perry
The Hinckley Report provides insight and analysis into Utah politics, covering the most pressing political issues facing our state.

Homeless at the End
Homeless at the End, a KUED/PBS Utah original film produced by Sally Shaum and Nancy Green, puts a much-needed human face on the challenges faced by Utah’s homeless .

Hope Lives
his film provides hope through the stories of survivors and of innovative approaches schools are taking to prevent suicide.

 

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Search and Rescue
 When something goes wrong in the wilderness, search and rescue is there to help. This KUED classic documentary goes behind-the-scenes of Utah’s volunteer Search & Rescue teams, and shows how their on-the-job experiences with life and death have further shaped their lives.

Secrets of the Lost Canyon
In 2004, hundreds of Fremont Indian artifacts were discovered in Utah's Range Creek Canyon.

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Temple Square

The Gerda That Remains
Gerda Saunders embarks on a journey of self-discovery and inquiry as the effects of dementia slowly unravels her identity. A teacher and scientist by trade and grounded in reality, Gerda invites us into her memory loss experience with nuance, poetry and vulnerability. While the disease progresses, Gerda reveals what remains of who she is and what she must let go. 

The Hinckley Report with Jason Perry
The Hinckley Report provides insight and analysis into Utah politics, covering the most pressing political issues facing our state.

This is Utah

Tibetans in Utah

Town Halls (PBS Utah)

 

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UEA Excellence in Teaching Awards

Unspoken: America's Native American Boarding Schools

Utah Conversations with Ted Capener

Utah Gymnastics: Red Rocks Retrospective
Put together world-class athletes, innovative coaches, and a die-hard fan base, and you've got a recipe for Utah Gymnastics. A KUED Documentary, "Utah Gymnastics: Red Rocks Retrospective" tells the history of the University of Utah women's gymnastics team, from its inception to its success today.

Utah Insight

Utah in the 50's

Utah's Freedom Riders

Utah World War II Stories: VICTORY!

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Wallace Stegner

This film is a portrait of the conservationist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Wallace Stegner.

We Shall Remain

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