In his first PBS pledge special that was produced at Arizona PBS by Taylor Media Group and distributed nationally, financial planning expert Joshua Mellberg takes the mystery out of retirement and social security so you can maximize every cent of your income.
In his second PBS special produced at Arizona PBS by Taylor Media Group, Financial expert Joshua Mellberg, along with special guest and best-selling author, Philip Moeller, will instruct you on how to unlock the mysteries of Medicare and help you to master your retirement income for your complete financial health.
This series takes viewers through the retirement planning process and empowers them to make well-informed decisions concerning their financial futures. Mellberg will be joined by renowned guests from a wide range of specialties to discuss a variety of topics, including retirement strategies, tips for maximizing social security benefits, analyses of the effects of U.S. debt, reverse mortgages and much more.
This series explores the biology, genetics, social and learned behaviors of tasting and eating food. Eating is a sensory experience that is truly unique for everyone. We are each different in what makes us hungry, what we like to eat, why we dislike certain foods, how much we eat and when we eat. Eating Psychology with Betty is a research-based learning experience that you can immediately apply to your daily life and the eating habits of your family.
Each year, the state's best spellers in grades K-8 come together for the Arizona Spelling Bee to determine who will represent Arizona in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. Hosted by Arizona PBS, the Arizona Spelling Bee is taped at the Arizona PBS studios on the downtown Phoenix campus of Arizona State University.
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 show gives viewers a sampling of the state finalists as they competed this year and the announcement of the state champion.
Building on ASU's tradition of competitive excellence and modeled in the exciting style of the classic College Bowl television show and national contest, the annual Academic Bowl takes place each fall and pits four-person teams of academic athletes against each other in fast-paced trivia rounds on topics ranging political science to pop culture and everything in between. Team finalists earn a championship title and scholarship prizes.