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Salt Lake Acting Company, 1520 Arts, and Women of the World bring diverse voices to the stage. Stream now or watch on-air Monday night.
Host Liz Adeola explores Utah's arts, culture, outdoors, events and more, and meets the individuals who make our state unique.
U.S. Navy sailor Joe George became an unlikely hero when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941.
Learn about the changes to the national parks during the Great Depression and World War II.
Can Ann Curry help one of the first women commercial pilots reunite with her mentor?
Utah Insight, a new weekly series from PBS Utah, examines the most pressing issues facing the state. Premieres Friday at 7:30PM
The Iraq war as you’ve never seen it before told by Iraqis who lived through those dangerous times.
In this NEW PBS Utah video series, host Karen Tao sits down with parents to have lively conversations about race and racism and how these topics inform their family life.
Experience this new production of Wagner’s masterpiece about a sea captain cursed to sail forever.
An amateur astronomer is killed by a blow to the head with a meteorite during an eclipse of the sun.
The Excellence in Teaching Awards are presented each year to Utah public school teachers whose efforts in the classroom have significantly impacted the life of an individual child or group of children.
Hear from local women political leaders on changing tides in Utah’s gender representation.
From PBS and PBS Utah
Summer is starting to bloom, and we’re visiting Fawn Rueckert of Sego Lily Flower Farm to get helpful tips for growing fresh flowers of your own.
New Year’s Eve celebrations are cut short when a masked man stabs a woman in her own home. Jack and the team must uncover the identity of the mystery murderer before they strike again.
Pan Am dominates service to Latin America, but its plans to cross the Atlantic are dashed by Britain, prompting a surprising turn.
Follow a team of archaeologists as they examine a rare mass grave dating to the collapse of ancient Egypt's Old Kingdom.
John learns who betrayed him. Beecham House is attacked.
Frank and Lu must track down stolen goods. The case take a turn when a dead body is discovered.
We recently spent a morning with Ashley Patterson, Wasatch Community Gardens Executive Director, and home gardener. She showed us her “raspberry forest”.
Important information affecting local television viewing. Federally-mandated changes will continue to affect TV signals across Utah through fall 2019.
As a result of Robert Greene's scheming, Will has to write a romance set in an exotic foreign location. Meanwhile, Kate has fallen for Marlowe.
Enjoy the American folk opera set in 1920s Charleston with a classic score by George Gershwin.
Learn the story of a heat wave that overtook Chicago in July 1995, killing 739 residents, most of them poor, elderly and African American.