Anchorage-based singer/songwriter Emma Hill and Bryan Daste, her one-man-backup-band and pedal steel guitar player, released a new album recently and made an appearance on KUAC FM’s Alaska Live. Tonight they debut on Alaska Live TV, sponsored by Design Alaska, in a one-hour episode at 8pm on KUAC TV. Catch an encore on Saturday, May 25th at 6pm.
Comedy giant Mel Brooks has earned more major awards than any other living entertainer. Learn more about the genius behind The Producers, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein and more. Reclusive since his wife, Anne Bancroft, died in 2005, he’s never authorized a biography, making his full participation with American Masters a genuine first. Don’t miss it, tonight at 9 on KUAC TV!
A moving and fun film about aging, Stella is 95 focuses on a charismatic older person who’s lived and continues to live a very full life and strives to erase some of the stigmas of growing older. Join the celebration with Stella, tonight at 10:30 on KUAC TV.
After 22 years as the “clear voice for science” on public radio stations across the country, the Austin-based EarthSky 90-second feature (heard on KUAC FM weekdays at 6:19am during Morning Edition) is shifting to an online format only. The final broadcast on KUAC FM will be on Friday, May 31st. Founder and president Deborah Byrd notes that they are “not closing up shop,” but shifting priorities to the internet and social media outlets. Visit their website at earthsky.org for more information and a link to subscribe to EarthSky News.
Keep up with professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner as he explores the country’s wildest areas in search of that one great photograph. The award-winning series shows you where, when and how to photograph wildlife in natural environments. Tag along for a new series of Wild Photo Adventures, starting this Saturday, May 18th at 8:30pm on KUAC TV.
Take a fun, quick trip looking back on our past five decades as the first public broadcaster in Alaska. Thanks to everyone who has been a part of KUAC’s rich, storied history and our successful mission to “tell stories that would otherwise go untold,” as a community-supported service of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Enjoy this amazing video and let us know if you spot someone you know!