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A Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On
San Diego’s had quite a few tumblers lately and, with additional earthquakes occurring around the world, a lot of us are feeling pretty shaky ourselves. Check out these earthquake-related programs that’ll help you understand what’s behind the quakes, how engineers are making our buildings safer, and what you can do to be better prepared.
Paths to Peace in the Middle East
Navigating negotiations in the volatile Middle East is a challenge yet to be met, and it seems to grow more complicated by the week. Tune in this month for several perspectives that offer the valuable context you need to really understand this complicated process.
Can Obama Bring Peace to the Middle East?
Steven Spiegel, the director of UCLA’s Center for Middle East Development, shares the innovative and informal negotiation techniques that he is urging the Obama administration to employ as it pursues security in this historical volatile region.
Achieving a Just Peace in the Middle East with Nasser Barghouti
The President of San Diego’s American-Arab Anti-Discrimination League examines the root causes of conflict in the Middle East and offers a vision for resolution that he argues is based on universal concepts of human rights.
Amb. Michael Oren: US-Israel Relations from a Historical and Personal Perspective
Israel’s Ambassador to the United States recounts the long history of shared goals between the US and Israel and outlines how the two countries can work together for peace in the Middle East.
In Memoriam: Craig Noel
We mourn the recent passing of local theater legend Craig Noel. In 2005, Noel visited the UCSD-TV studio and sat down for a chat with another local legend, Jack O’Brien. Tune in for an encore presentation of this wide-ranging conversation about Noel’s storied 70-year career with The Old Globe.
A Theatrical Life: A Conversation with Craig Noel
The Evolution of Human Biodiversity
From the brain, to immunity to entire populations, the Evolution of Human Biodiversity series explores the many facets of human biodiversity from where it begins — in our genetic makeup.
Tune in Thursday nights at 6 for this fascinating fix from the Center for Academic Research and Training in Antrhopogeny (CARTA).
All programs repeat throughout the month. Visit the Program Schedule on our web site for additional air dates and times.
State of Minds: Folklorico, Green Design, Drought-tolerant Turf (Spring 2010)
Solar Activity During the Last Millennium
TeacherTECH: Using Google Earth
Art and Science in the Age of Enlightenment: From Newton to the Bill of Rights
HEALTH & MEDICINE
Health Matters: Down Syndrome
About Health: Smoking Cessation
ARTS & MUSIC
Lytle Memorial Concert: Liszt-O-Mania
NEW TO VIDEO ON-DEMAND
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Pt. Loma Writer’s: An Evening with Bill McKibben
Health Matters: Family Medicine
UC San Diego Jazz Camp: Johnnie’s Corner Song