This timely film examines the battle over Bears Ears National Monument, and delves into the Western themes of federal verses state control, sacred rights to the land, protection, management, and stewardship.
With power, honesty, and passion, the earliest voices of pioneering exploration and settlement come to life through the words of those who lived each step of the journey to the Utah Territory. Based on original letters and diaries, this KUED production reveals the hardships and challenges early pioneers faced on a daily basis.
The new Eccles Theatre is up and running. New shows on the playbill excite and thrill Utahans, but many are left to wonder - how did it get there and what does this mean for Salt Lake City arts, old and new?
Utah’s national parks attract visitors from around the world, but beyond the iconic landscapes are lesser-known gems. Journey with KUED as we take the road less traveled to national monuments and recreation areas that offer solitude, history, and natural wonders and take us beyond the crowds.
KUED celebrates the centennial of the National Park Service as part of its Year of the Parks with this stunning visual portrait of Utah's Mighty Five National Parks set to a score selected and recorded by the Utah Symphony.
A KUED original production, On the Spectrum focuses on the stories of three Utahns to examine the challenges faced by children and adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and the impact it has on families.