Live From The Fantasy Garden

Live From The Fantasy Garden

The Children’s Hour broadcasted live from the Fantasy Garden at the ABQ Botanic Gardens. “The Bug Guy” Jason Schaller, brought critters from the Bugarium, seed specialist Anne Scott, and Biopark horticulturalist Sarah Gendron talked about seeds and what to plant right […]

Looking For Nature

Looking For Nature

Do you love looking for nature? Then you’re ready for the City Nature Challenge which is happening around the world April 26 – 29, 2019! Laurel Ladwig explains how citizen scientists just like you help collect the data we need […]

Live At The Aquarium

Live At The Aquarium

Broadcasting from the ABQBiopark’s Aquarium in front of the shark tank with about 100 people in our audience, The Children’s Hour kids interviewed the aquarist Damien about what it’s like to dive with the sharks. Otter keeper Ashley taught us about our […]

Kids and Vaccinations

Kids and Vaccinations

Tis the season for the flu and colds, but some of the sicknesses that kids get can be prevented with vaccinations. Dr. William Dehority from UNM Pediatrics Division of Infectious Diseases educates us all about vaccinations. Why do we use […]

Weather Report: Sunshine Days

Weather Report: Sunshine Days

Saturday, October 13, 2018,  9 – 10am MST Kerry Jones from the National Weather Service joins us to talk about the weather. New Mexico is forecast to continue to get unlimited sunshine capable of producing limitless solar energy. Find out […]

Spiders

Spiders

Spiders! New Mexico is home to hundreds of species of spiders.  Dr. Sandra Brantley and Dr. Rachel Alfarro fromUNM’s Museum of Southwestern Biology’s Arthropod Division helps us understand, and maybe even learn to love, the arthropods among us. Find out […]

Exploring the Arctic

Exploring the Arctic

  What does it mean to be an explorer? Jen Chavez Miller is an 8th grade teacher who just returned from exploring Arctic Svalbard. The Arctic is experiencing unprecedented melting due to climate change. Find out how curiosity and exploration […]

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