I Am The Pipe Cleaner Master

Creating up to 50,000 artistic pieces a year, Kenneth Williams can shape pipe cleaners into just about anything. In addition to his business at Anchorage's Sears Mall, Kenneth also creates intricate stop-motion animation films. His unwavering dedication to his craft, along with his kind-hearted personality makes Kenneth an inspiration to anyone who meets him.

Four-part TV series on Alaska’s Marine Highway begins Wednesday on 360 North-TV

Beginning Wednesday at 8 p.m., 360 North-TV will broadcast a four-part documentary series on the Marine Highway’s 50 years of operation. If you enjoyed Part One of the documentary, you won't want to miss the broadcast premiere of parts 2, 3, and 4.
  • Part 1: Alaska's Marine Highway - Wed, Sept 25 at 8pm.
  • Part 2: The Golden Voyage - Wed, Oct. 2 at 8pm.
  • Part 3: Life on Board - Wed, Oct 9 at 8pm.
  • Part 4: Connections - Wed, Oct 16 at 8pm.

More info about the program and air times here.

I Am A Mushroom Hunter

Each fall, mushroom enthusiasts flock to rainy Girdwood to pick all the choice edibles they can eat. But some hunters would prefer their favorite mushroom patches be kept quiet. Kate Mohatt is an ecologist and one of Girdwood's local mushroom experts. She shares tips on how to avoid poisonous mushrooms on a fungai hunt, and how to enjoy one of the northern-most mushrooming destinations in the world.

I Am A Blue Ribbon Baker

Patty Miller adores baking so much, she wins awards for her concoctions at the Alaska State Fair. She talks about her passion for cooking, while demonstrating how she bakes her famous chocolate cake and banana bread.

I Am The Town Movie Maven

Whether it's with cult films, theatrical performances, or musical acts, comedienne Collette Costa keeps her Juneau neighbors entertained year-round.

Young Alaskans Go To Work Outdoors

Despite growing up in Alaska, there are some youth in Anchorage who have not spent much time outdoors. Fortunately for these kids, there are youth summer programs aiming to get them outside, and some programs even pay. Click for more.

I Am A High School Indie Rock Star

On the night of their farewell show, Gerygone & Twig members reflect on their band's impact on a small Alaskan town, and what it means to grow up differently from most other high school kids.

I am a Native Youth Olympian

Every year, hundreds of Alaska Native teens from all over the state gather for the Native Youth Olympics (NYO). They compete in games that have been passed down generation to generation. In this episode of INDIE ALASKA, you'll meet Autumn Ridley, who in 2012 broke the world record for the Alaskan High Kick, one of NYO's most popular events.

Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! Live in Theatres

It's Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! like you've never seen it before. Because, well, normally you can't see it -- it is a radio show, after all. But now it's coming to your local theatre with a live extravagant broadcast, in all its visual glory. Click here to find show times in Alaska theatres

A Baby Polar Bear Press Conference

The media was invited to attend a "press conference" for Kali, the orphaned polar bear cub, as he explored the outdoor area of the ConocoPhillips Infirmary at the Alaska Zoo on Friday, March 22 at 5:20 pm.

Life Planning Seminar: Estate Planning Methods for Complex Estates

Presented by: Maribeth Conway, The Conway Law Firm When: Tuesday, March 26 Where: Providence Alaska Medical Center, East Auditorium (basement level) Time: 6:00 -7:30 p.m. - light refreshments will be served. In order to estimate seating and refreshments,...

Life Planning Seminar: Are You Ready to Retire?

Presented by: Karen Jordan, Alaska Pension Services When: Wednesday, January 30 Where: Providence Alaska Medical Center, East Auditorium (basement level) Time: 6:00 -7:30 p.m. - light refreshments will be served. In order to estimate seating and refreshments, please...

Four More Years: Obama Projected To Win Re-Election

President Obama has won re-election in a sweep that ended the night before the count was completed in two key battleground states, Florida and Virginia. By holding the "Midwest firewall" — including Ohio, Wisconsin, and Michigan — the president handily defeated his challenger.

Watch the Presidential Debate and Chat Live with NPR Correspondents

Want to chat with other viewers and NPR correspondents about what you're hearing and seeing during the debate? What questions would you ask the candidates? From 5-7pm, Click Here to watch PBS Newshour live online and chat with other local viewers. The Presidential Debate: Hofstra University airs live on KSKA 91.1 from 5-7pm, here on the live PBS Newshour feed, and a delayed broadcast on Alaska Public Television at 8pm.

Women and Investing: Life Planning Seminar

Women and Investing for the Future: Life Planning Seminar Presented by: Marie Murdock, CRPC, VP-Investments, Wealth Advisor UBS Financial Services, Inc. with guest Jo Michalski When: Wednesday, September 12, 2012 Where: University of Alaska Anchorage, Consortium Library,...

Welcome to Alaska Public Television


The public television stations in Anchorage, Bethel and Juneau are joining forces to bring forward a unified television service reaching about 85 percent of Alaska households.

Starting July 1, whether you’re watching from KAKM in Anchorage, KTOO in Southeast Alaska, KYUK in Bethel, or a participating cable outlet, Alaska Public Television is the combined service that makes it all possible.

Click here to read more.

Ira Glass

This American Life – LIVE in Theatres

On Thursday, May 10th, 2012, Host Ira Glass and friends will perform an episode of This American Life on stage in NYC, and send it live via satellite to more than 500 movie theaters across the country.

Click here to find out how to see it at Century 16 and Tikhatnu theaters in Anchorage.
Neal Conan

APRN Speakers Series: Neal Conan

Neal Conan Host of NPR's Talk of the Nation Thursday, April 19 Wendy Williamson Auditorium, University of Alaska Anchorage 6:00 - 8:00 pm Meet & Greet + Lecture Tickets $50 7:00 pm Lecture / Q & A Tickets...

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