Eating Psychology with Betty
Explore the behaviors of eating food and discover how you can positively change your eating habits.
Books & Co.
Check out all new episodes of Arizona’s favorite show on books Wednesday at 11:30 p.m. on Arizona PBS.
Guest reviewers dine, then dish on Asi Es La Vida Restaurant, Crudo and Hammered Hog Restaurant & Saloon.
Guest reviewers dine, then dish on Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co., Republic Ramen and Virtu.
Dolan Ellis has been Arizona’s official state balladeer for 50 years. Known for his baritone voice and 12-string guitar, Ellis will talk about his career as the state’s official balladeer.
Through Each Others Eyes (TEOE) encourages people around the world to appreciate diverse cultures through photography. The Sonora & Arizona exhibition are photographs taken by photographers from Mexico and Arizona. David Moore, TEOE photographer and Erol Zimmerman, co-founder of TEOE discuss the exhibition.
First-time novelist Jessica Knoll has an extensive background in magazine writing. She has been a senior editor for Cosmopolitan and the articles editor at SELF. This Philadelphia native graduated from The Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, and from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York. She and her husband currently reside in New York City.View additional Books & Co. videos
You can absolutely learn to like the foods you hate. Every time you eat you are teaching yourself to either like or dislike foods. So every time you eat or serve food, it is an opportunity to learn or to teach others using three different psychological methods explained in this episode.View the most recent episode of Eating Psychology with Betty
Poetry Out Loud is a national poetry recitation contest for high school students that begins in the classroom, includes statewide competitions, and culminates with the Poetry Out Loud National Finals in Washington D.C. This 30-minute gives viewers a sampling of the state finalists as they competed this year and the announcement of the state champion.
The summer programming lineup on Arizona PBS offers in-depth election coverage, new and returning drama series, moments in Olympic history and much more.
In honor of the U.S. military, Arizona PBS will broadcast the award-winning “National Memorial Day Concert” this month.