– Series Begins Tuesday at 8 p.m. – This new series from the Cold Climate Housing Research Center, helps homeowners save energy and money through building, maintaining or retrofitting their homes.
This film is a combination documentary and theatrical play about the final two days Henry David Thoreau spent in his cabin before leaving Walden Pond.
Wednesday at 9 p.m. – This hour-long documentary relates the remarkable history of Mammoth Cave National Park.
– Friday at 9 p.m. – In April 2003 wildlife biologist Karsten Heuer and his filmmaker wife, Leanne Allison, set off on a trek of epic proportions. For five months they skied and walked alongside the 123,000-member Porcupine Caribou Herd from their Yukon winter range to Alaskan calving grounds and back. The couple’s mission? […]
This documentary provides a rare glimpse into the lives of these now beloved cetaceans.
– Friday at 8:00 pm – Join UAS Assistant Professor of History, Ernestine Hayes, for this address which she delivered to the 2012 Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment Conference and the International Polar Year gathering. Hayes presents the recent history of Lingit Aani and examines its relevance to current circumstances from […]
– Coming Wednesday August 7 at 8:00 p.m. – Watch the annual competition of high school poetry enthusiasts recorded live from Juneau, only on 360 North television and 360north.org.
– Friday at 8:00 pm – Alice Rogoff organized and led The Arctic Imperative Summit, the first-ever international policy gathering in Alaska focused on the issues and opportunities presented by the melting sea ice. More than 250 decision-makers from the policy and business communities contributed to a productive series of discussions on the Arctic. On […]
– Friday at 9:00 – West Virginia Public Broadcasting producer Chip Hitchcock follows a West Virginia Military Police battalion as it helps to transform the Iraqi police from a force that once served a brutal dictator into one that serves the people and the law.
– Friday at 10:00 pm – Should The U.S. Take the Lead On Global Financial Reform? As Americans dig out from the great recession of 2008, should the U.S. coordinate global financial regulation or focus on getting it right at home?