Rocky Mountain PBS Shows
2:44 pm
Thu September 18, 2014

Franklin, Eleanor and Theodore Roosevelt!

A Film by Ken Burns, "The Roosevelt's," on Rocky Mountain PBS.
WATCH ALL 7 EPISODES NOW or anytime on the following devices: pbs.org, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Roku. 

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8:41 am
Mon August 25, 2014

KUVO Hosts onsite at Fun Fest

Saturday, September 6th, 10am to 2pm -- join us.
KUVO hosts will be on site for Rocky Mountain PBS' biggest free block party of the year! Now in its 18th year, Rocky Mountain PBS KIDS Fun Fest draws thousands of kids and families to the street, to the parking lot and to the Denver studios for a magical day of FREE family fun!

KIDS Fun Fest attendees will enjoy:

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12:19 pm
Mon August 11, 2014

Colorado Experience: Season 2 on Rocky Mountain PBS

Even as a young state (celebrating 138 years as part of the Union this past August 1, 2014), Colorado has a few stories to tell.  The Rocky Mountain PBS show "Colorado Experience" is in its second season.  Producer Julie Speer visited "First Take with Lando and Chavis" with a preview of the episodes to come.

"We don't use narration, so it's all the voices of folks who know the stories best," said Speer.   First person accounts include survivors of the 1930 dust bowl.  This interview includes an audio segment of the program.

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Arts and Culture
8:36 pm
Tue May 27, 2014

Brazil with Michael Palin


Join Michael Palin in Brazil, where he travels from the lost world of Amazonia to the buzzing metropolis of Rio de Janeiro, meeting the people and visiting the places that shape this South American nation.

On Rocky Mountain PBS Monday, June 9th and Tuesday, June 10th from 8pm to 10pm.

Tune in for Brazilian Fantasy every Sunday on KUVO as on-air host Cenir takes you to the authentic side of Brazil from Bossa Nova to current popular music.

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9:09 pm
Sat May 10, 2014

Untreated: How Ignoring Mental Illness Cost Us All

Rocky Mountain PBS I-News

ROCKY MOUNTAIN PBS I-NEWS Mental illness in Colorado costs some $5.4 billion each year – or about $1,000 for every resident of the state, according to an analysis by Rocky Mountain PBS I-News. A large part of these costs are related to untreated mental illness.

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