Friday, May 5, 2017

Tonight on Zona Politics: Scientist Geoff Notkin, Urban Fellow Diana Rhoades & Saying Goodbye to Kathryn Ferguson

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click to enlarge Geoff Notkin talks about his hopes for a new science museum in Tucson tonight on Zona Politics. - PABLO DEL RIO LARRAIN ©AEROLITE METEORITES, INC.
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  • Geoff Notkin talks about his hopes for a new science museum in Tucson tonight on Zona Politics.
Tonight on Zona Politics with Jim Nintzel: We talk to action scientist Geoff Notkin, the former host of Discovery Network's Meteorite Men, about the recent March for Science, his new plan for a Tucson science museum and June's upcoming Spacefest. Then we talk with Diana Rhoades, the National Park Service's Urban Fellow for Tucson, about what an urban fellow does and the challenges facing the National Parks. Finally, we remember author/filmmaker/activist Kathryn Ferguson, who passed away last month, with a look back at her 2016 appearance on Zona Politics.

Zona Politics airs at 6:30 p.m. tonight on the Creative Tucson Network, Channel 20 on Cox Cable and Channel 74 on Comcast Cable. The show repeats on both channels on Sunday morning at 9:30.

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