Elizabeth Rowland discusses founding TN-China Network after having worked in government policy, law, and business for nearly a decade in both the US and China.

Declared "the classiest, most diverse festival in the country" by Rolling Stones magazine and praised by Philip Glass as a "tremendous experience," Knoxville's own Big Ears Festival is gearing up for another weekend of mind-blowing collaborations, incredible music, art exhibitions, film screenings, and more.

Brian Gligor Does It All

Oct 15, 2015

Brian Gligor discusses playing all the roles in  I Am My Own Wife. 

Interview: Historian Kate Brown On "Plutopias"

Oct 15, 2015

Kate Brown is a professor of history at the University of Maryland and specializes in the history of the Soviet Union.

Knoxville Opera has taken on the challenge of producing a thrilling and seldom-performed opera: Arrigo  Boito's Mefistofele.  Combining the forces of a 100+ member choir, multiple brass choirs, 50+ member orchestra, and internationally-renowned opera singers, this epic production is sure to be one that shouldn't be missed. Starring the Metropolitan Opera's Donovan Singletary as the devil and Russian soprano, Julia Lima as the beautiful Margherita, Mefistofele tells the classic tale of good vs. evil. 

Mapping Pirates

Oct 9, 2015

Political Science professor Brandon Prins discusses trends in maritime piracy. 

Jeff Heiskell Arrives

Oct 7, 2015

It's been a while since Jeff Heiskell has released something new, but it's been worth the wait.  This is the full Flipside Interview. 

Allen Institute for Brain Science

As America’s baby boomers continue to age, Alzheimer’s disease becomes a greater concern for the health care system, lawmakers and the public. It’s the sixth-leading cause of death among people 65 and older. It’s estimated that 110,000 Tennesseans suffer from Alzheimer’s and its effects, and that number is projected to increase more than 27 percent over the next ten years. And there is no cure.

Elizabeth Aaron

 John Steinbeck's classic Of Mice and Men was nearly called something else.

The working title for Steinbeck's dark tale of drifters looking for work in Depression-era California was Something That Happened. The author wanted to emphasize the idea that some things transpire without the grand, overarching themes common in literature.

Brandon Hollingsworth, WUOT News

Tennessee’s state park rangers aren’t in the business just because they get to wear cool hats. Many of them are trained in the natural sciences, such as biology or geology. Method host Brandon Hollingsworth visits with Fall Creek Falls State Park ranger Matt Brown. He talks about sharing his love of science with the public.