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In My Family

In My Family: I am fine


Ethan Petticrew teaches Raven how to say, I AM FINE in UNANGAX.

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I Am A Boogie Woogie Piano Man

Johnny B. travels throughout Alaska by bush plane to play his signature boogie woogie piano music to remote audiences.

http://youtu.be/gkPU81PWzyo

I Am A Water Taxi Captain

Year-round, no matter the conditions, Mako Haggerty takes his boat out across Katchemak Bay as a service to Homer’s residents and visitors.

http://youtu.be/0_VujI7QZHo

Live from Lincoln Center: Patina Miller

She received rave reviews – and a Tony Award – for her performance in Broadway’s revival of “Pippin.” Soon she’ll be featured in the next installment of “The Hunger Games.” Tonight you’ll hear how she got from Pageland, South Carolina, to a starring role on Broadway, told in songs ranging from Sondheim to “Sister Act.”

Friday, March 28 at 8:00 PM

Alaska Edition March 28,2014

The 59th anniversary of the great ’64 earthquake. Opponents of the Pebble Mine lose a court battle. Sen. Kelly of Fairbanks is fighting FAS – and generating controversy. The Alaska Legislature contemplates big projects, particularly the Knik Arm Crossing. The Parnell Administration sues to obtain access to ANWR. Anchorage Municipal elections are Tuesday. The 25th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez spill.

KSKA: Friday, March 28 at 2:00 p.m. and Saturday, March 29 at 6:00 p.m.
KAKM: Friday, March 28 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, March 29 at 4:30 p.m.
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Daysha Eaton, KYUK - Bethel

Anchorage School Board – Seat C

Candidates for Anchorage School Board Seat C – Pat Higgins, Liz Ross, and Dean Williams – discuss local issues with host Daysha Eaton.





Daysha Eaton, KYUK - Bethel

Anchorage School Board – Seat D

Candidates for Anchorage School Board Seat D, Kameron Perez-Verdia and Don Smith, discuss local issues with host Daysha Eaton.



The Buffalo King

THE BUFFALO KING, a richly textured and momentous film, follows James (Scotty) Philip from his meager upbringing to his success in saving the American bison from extinction. An original preservationist in the 1890s, he disdains the wanton slaughter of buffalo and uses this dark moment in history as a driving force for something greater.

Thursday, February 27 at 7:00

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      Wed @ 7:00 pm - Nature

      Naturalist Joe Hutto chronicles his experiences with a herd of wild mule deer in Wyoming's Wind River Mountains. It takes two years for him to gain their trust and acceptance, but once he does it's as if he's one of them.

      Wed @ 8:00 pm - Nova

      How animals use their senses. Included: the differences between wolves and dogs in how they interpret visual information and smells, as well as why they differ; and the ways in which animal brains process information provided by the senses.

      Wed @ 9:00 pm - Your Inner Fish

      Part 2 of 3. The evolution of reptile-like animals into shrew-like mammals about 250 million years ago is detailed. Included: the features humans inherited from their reptilian ancestors, such as skin, teeth and ears.

      Wed @ 10:00 pm - A Walk in the Park With Nick Mollé

      A tour of Rocky Mountain National Park, highlighting the native wildlife and natural splendor.

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