Arkansas PBS Original Film
"Urban Forge: Ozark Artistry"
In Mountain View, Arkansas, a talented group of men and women keep the time-honored tradition of metal smithing alive through their daily work at Urban Forge, a blacksmith shop dedicated to creativity, skill and artistry. Go behind the scenes of their craft in this original one-hour documentary. Plus, make a donation to receive a hand-forged gift.
"The Glow With Big Piph"
Big Piph is THE Hip Hop Adventurer – a Stanford-educated, world traveling, motivational speaking artist and musician who has returned to his home state and is using his world view, knowledge and charm to highlight the entrepreneurs, culinarians and all-around creatives across Arkansas.
"Arkansans Ask: Veterans"
A panel of experts will discuss issues like healthcare, benefits, services and concerns of veterans throughout the state. Viewers are encouraged to submit questions and comments for this episode by Monday, Nov. 9, at email@example.com, on facebook.com/arkansaspbs or on Twitter with #ARAsk. Funding for this episode is provided by AARP Arkansas.
"Portraits of Courage: The Story of Women's Suffrage in Arkansas"
The ArkansasIDEAS team at Arkansas PBS, in collaboration with the Arkansas Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, presents a video series on the history of women’s suffrage in Arkansas. Teachers can earn professional development credit by completing the course on ArkansasIDEAS.
Arkansas PBS KIDS
Blueberry and Joel Learn Together
Join Blueberry and Arkansas Teacher of the Year 2020 Joel Lookadoo for a series of videos to help young learners understand healthy growth, traditions, sharing their feelings and more.
Ambition knows no bounds, nor does corruption in this political thriller written by David Hare and starring Hugh Laurie as a scheming UK government minister. Crime may not pay, but politics sure does.
"PBS American Portrait"
"PBS American Portrait" is a digital-first, national storytelling project about what it really means to be an American today. Share your story today to help shine a light on life in Arkansas and share it with a broader audience.
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