KUAC UATV TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KUAC UATV in the Fairbanks Area

This is the KUAC UATV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Fairbanks Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

3:00 PMFirst Talk 
Key issues in rural and urban aboriginal communities are discussed.
3:30 PMPeople of the Pines 
The challenges the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians faced while moving forward with economic efforts.
4:00 PMCalifornia Pow Wow 
The emotional and dramatic underpinnings of Native Americans in this modern age.
5:00 PMFly Brother With Ernest White II 
5:30 PMAlaska Weather    new  
A weather report.
6:00 PM    new  
6:30 PMFish Out of Water 
"Great River Journey."
7:00 PMNative Shorts 
Short films are showcased. Included: interviews with the filmmakers.
7:30 PMIndigenous Day Live 2018 
Logan Staats; Ohmy Darling; Kelly Fraser; Midnight Shine; Shawnee.
8:00 PMGoshen: Places of Refuge for the Running People 
A visit with the Tarahumara, a native tribe in northwestern Mexico known for their long-distance running and healthful diets that have made many chronic diseases rare in their communities.
9:30 PMPutuparri and the Rainmakers 
A story of love, hope and the survival of Aboriginal law and culture against the odds.
11:00 PMIndian Pride 
An overview of Native American history, with Dr. Duane Champagne, director of the UCLA American Indian Studies Center.
11:30 PMDown the Mighty River 
Examining the Rupert River, a wild Canadian river which was impacted by a large hydro project.
12:00 AMWapos Bay 
Devon recalls his people's first contact with Europeans.
12:30 AMSharing Circle 
1:00 AMNative Shorts 
Short films are showcased. Included: interviews with the filmmakers.
1:30 AMStudio 49 
Hip hop artist Def-i is joined by violinist Sage Haskelchi'i Cornelius.
2:00 AMGoshen: Places of Refuge for the Running People 
A visit with the Tarahumara, a native tribe in northwestern Mexico known for their long-distance running and healthful diets that have made many chronic diseases rare in their communities.

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