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Vermont PBS Plus - Program Schedule | March 2020

Schedule subject to change. Please visit vermontpbs.org for most up-to-date listings.


Sunday | March 1
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Great Adaptations" (R) (Also 3/1 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/1 2PM, 3/4 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind "Democratizing The Jury" (Also 3/1 3PM, 3/2 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Dw Focus On Europe
 
  8:30AM  Dw Global 3000 (Also 3/1 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Baddddd Sonia Sanchez" (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Wolfgang Joensson - Iconix" (R) (Also 3/8 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Phil Koeghan - The Amazing Race" (R)
 
12:00PM  Articulate With Jim Cotter "Staying The Course"
 
12:30PM  This Is Utah "Go Dog Go"
 
  1:00PM  Migrant Kitchen "Man'oushe"
Two extraordinary women of Palestinian descent, Reem Assil and Lamees Dahbour, use food to bring their misunderstood homeland closer to Western tolerance and acceptance.
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Stitch People - Salt Lake City, Ut" (R)
Stitch People was founded by Lizzy and Spencer Bean in 2013, born out of Lizzy's existential crisis and need for a creative outlet. Originally focused on making handmade cross-stitched family ...
 
  2:00PM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an ... (Also 3/4 1PM)
 
  2:30PM  Firing Line With Margaret Hoover
Join author, activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and freshest voices from ...
 
  3:00PM  The Open Mind "Democratizing The Jury"
Guest: Sonali Chakravarti. Wesleyan University political scientist Sonali Chakravarti discusses her new book "Radical Enfranchisement in the Jury Room and Public Life." (Also 3/2 1:30PM)
 
  3:30PM  Earth Focus "Lighting A Path: Embracing Solar Power In Californ"
EARTH FOCUS, a partnership between KCETLink and the Thomson Reuters Foundation provides audiences with urgent local and global environmental coverage that spotlights the issues, impact and possible ... (Also 3/4 1:30PM)
 
  4:00PM  Dw Global 3000
Global 3000 is Deutsche Welle's weekly magazine that explores the intersection of global development and the environmental and social conditions of the diverse cultures of the world. In each program, ...
 
  4:30PM  On Story "Great Adaptations" (R)
In this episode, the screenwriters behind Arrival, Kubo and the Two Strings, and I Love Dick discuss book-to-film adaptations and translating themes and literary devices to the screen. The art of ...
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "Mosul" (R)
Inside the brutal battle to defeat ISIS in Mosul, Iraq's second largest city.
 
  6:00PM  Animal Babies: First Year On Earth "First Steps" (R)
Discover how the babies learn to understand their surroundings in environments around the globe.
 
  7:00PM  100 Days, Drinks, Dishes And Destinations "Vienna, Austria"
Dramatic architecture, cozy coffee houses, local hangouts and a sunny beach are explored in Vienna.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Italy's Veneto: Verona, Padua, And Ravenna" (R)
In the shadow of Venice, the three great cities of Padua, Verona and Ravenna are explored.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Tosca" (R)
Sir David McVicar's new production of Puccini's classic stars Sonya Yoncheva and Vittorio Grigolo.
 
10:30PM  Sun Studio Sessions "Billy Woodward"
Billy Woodward performs several songs including tracks from his latest record "The Beast in Me."
 
11:00PM  African Americans: Many Rivers To Cross "Rise! (1940-1968)" (R)
The long road to civil rights is examined, from World War II to Martin Luther King, Jr and beyond.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Arctic Wolf Pack" (R) (Also 3/2 8AM, 3/2 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Criminal Kind" (Also 3/2 9AM, 3/7 7PM)
 
  2:00AM  Independent Lens "Dolores" (R) (Also 3/2 10AM, 3/2 3PM)
 
  4:00AM  From The Streets To The Stage: The Journey Of F (R) (Also 3/3 5AM, 3/3 11AM)
 
  5:00AM  Women, War & Peace "Wave Goodbye To Dinosaurs" (R) (Also 3/5 5AM, 3/5 11AM)
 

Monday | March 2
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Vermont This Week
Since 1982 Vermont This Week has been our signature public affairs series. Each week moderator Stewart Ledbetter is joined by three of Vermont's most insightful journalists to discuss not only ...
 
  8:30PM  Profile "Canadian Edition - Matt Haimovitz" (R)
Fran Stoddard interviews renowned cellist Matt Haimovitz, who has created a stir with innovative collaborations and a reinventing of the classical recital. He is professor of cello at Montreal's ...
 
  9:00PM  Made Here "Looking For Fletcher Wade Moses"
Director Bertrand Carri?re travels to France and Belgium in search of history, following photographs from the First World War. (Also 3/14 9:30PM, 3/31 9:30PM)
 
  9:28PM  Made Here "Quebec My Country Mon Pays" (R)
Montreal-born filmmaker John Walker explores his own complicated relationship with Quebec in the aftermath of the Quiet Revolution in the 1960s, which unleashed dramatic cultural and political changes that led to the separatist movement, the FLQ terrorist crisis and ultimately, the exodus of more than 500,000 English-speaking Quebecers.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/3 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Anne Morgan's War (R) (Also 3/3 8AM, 3/3 2PM, 3/8 2AM)
 
  1:00AM  Portraits For The Home Front: The Story Of Elizabeth Black (R) (Also 3/3 9AM, 3/3 3PM, 3/8 3AM)
 
  2:00AM  Finding Elizabeth's Soldiers (R) (Also 3/3 10AM, 3/3 4PM, 3/6 5AM, 3/6 11AM, 3/7 1:30PM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Quick To Judge" (R) (Also 3/3 10:30AM, 3/3 4:30PM, 3/6 5:30AM, 3/6 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  From The Streets To The Stage: The Journey Of F (R) (Also 3/3 11AM)
 

Tuesday | March 3
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  America Reframed "For Ahkeem" (R)
In one of the most volatile places in the country, Daje Shelton is only 17 years old when she faces a judge. Having been suspended from her local high school for a number of petty offenses, Daje's ... (Also 3/4 12AM, 3/4 8AM, 3/4 2PM, 3/7 10PM, 3/8 4AM, 3/8 9AM)
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "The Kids We Lose" (R)
A profile of the national crisis of kids with social emotional, and behavioral challenges, and the frustrations experienced by their caregivers in trying to ensure that they receive the help they need.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/4 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "For Ahkeem" (R) (Also 3/4 8AM, 3/4 2PM, 3/7 10PM, 3/8 4AM, 3/8 9AM)
 
  1:30AM  Grooming A Generation (R) (Also 3/4 9:30AM, 3/4 3:30PM, 3/8 5:30AM, 3/8 10:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  Sister (Also 3/4 10AM, 3/4 4PM, 3/7 5AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Jazz Ambassadors: A Sister City Exchange (R) (Also 3/4 11AM)
 

Wednesday | March 4
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Bluegrass Now!
Join Rhonda Vincent and Jim Lauderdale for a celebration of Bluegrass with Alison Brown and more.
 
  9:30PM  Change Your Brain, Heal Your Mind With Daniel A
The Washington Post wrote that by almost any measure Dr. Daniel Amen is the most popular psychiatrist in America. He is an award-winning brain imaging researcher, founder of The Amen Clinics, and the ...
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/5 3AM)
 
12:00AM  POV "The War To Be Her" (R) (Also 3/5 8AM, 3/5 2PM)
 
  1:30AM  Independent Lens "The Bad Kids" (R) (Also 3/5 9:30AM, 3/5 3:30PM, 3/7 12PM, 3/7 8PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Women, War & Peace "Wave Goodbye To Dinosaurs" (R) (Also 3/5 11AM)
 

Thursday | March 5
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Outdoor Journal "Soaring/Bat Research/Fishing For Walleye" (R)
Marianne Eaton takes a glider ride, and visits the Sugarbush Soaring Association's summer camp. Scott Darling investigates endangered Indiana bats. Lawrence Pyne fishes for walleye, and Chet McKenzie explains the walleye restoration program.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Guide Boats/Fishing/Wild Mushrooms/Lange" (R)
Building Adirondack guide boats, with Steve Kaulback of Charlotte; fishing at Quimby Country fishing camp in Averill, with Joan Binns; picking and cooking wild chanterelle mushrooms with Nova Kim of Glover and David Hale of Waterbury; and a seasonal tale by Willem Lange.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Children's Choir/Ice Wall/Kunin"
Constance Price and the Essex Children's Choir of Essex, Vt.; a look at a challenging winter sport on an ice wall in Smuggler's Notch, with ice climber and photographer Alden Pellett; and an interview with former Vermont Gov. Madeleine Kunin of Burlington.
 
  9:30PM  Crossroads "Dressage"
This episode will cover the lifestyle, training and competition of Jane Savoie, a dressage rider, teacher and author from Randolph.
 
10:00PM  Earth Work "A Working Landscape"
This show introduces us to Vermonters with passionate ideas about the working landscape.
 
10:30PM  Guest Of The House "Elsa Hilger And Catherine Baird" (R)
Renowned Vermont cellist Elsa Hilger performs with pianist Catherine Baird in this rare television performance. Works of Ravel and Saint Saens are featured.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/6 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Secrets Of The Forbidden City" (R) (Also 3/6 8AM, 3/6 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Earth's Natural Wonders "Extreme Wonders (Pt. 1 of 3)" (R) (Also 3/6 9AM, 3/6 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  9 Months That Made You "The First 8 Weeks" (R) (Also 3/6 10AM, 3/6 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Finding Elizabeth's Soldiers (R) (Also 3/6 11AM, 3/7 1:30PM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Quick To Judge" (R) (Also 3/6 11:30AM)
 

Friday | March 6
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Profile "Bernadette Allen" (R)
Fran Stoddard interviews Bernadette Allen, the U.S. Consul General in Montreal.
 
  8:30PM  Firing Line With Margaret Hoover
Join author, activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and freshest voices from ... (Also 3/8 2:30PM)
 
  9:00PM  Craft In America "California" (R)
Explore craft practices definitively Californian, including Native Americans continuing traditions.
 
10:00PM  Craft In America "Visionaries" (R)
Meet artists, curators and collectors who envision limitless possibilities of craft.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/7 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Beyond The Powder: The Legacy Of The First Wome (R) (Also 3/7 8AM, 3/7 2PM, 3/10 5AM, 3/10 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  Breaking Through The Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby (R) (Also 3/7 9AM, 3/7 3PM)
 
  2:30AM  Anne Morrow Lindbergh: You'll Have The Sky (R) (Also 3/7 10:30AM, 3/7 4:30PM, 3/21 12:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Sister
 

Saturday | March 7
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Millennial Health" (R) (Also 3/7 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/7 11AM, 3/10 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/8 6:30AM, 3/8 2PM, 3/11 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 3/8 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Beyond The Powder: The Legacy Of The First Wome (R) (Also 3/7 2PM, 3/10 5AM, 3/10 11AM)
 
  9:00AM  Breaking Through The Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby (R) (Also 3/7 3PM)
 
10:30AM  Anne Morrow Lindbergh: You'll Have The Sky (R) (Also 3/7 4:30PM, 3/21 12:30AM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/10 1PM)
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Millennial Health" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "The Bad Kids" (R) (Also 3/7 8PM)
 
  1:30PM  Finding Elizabeth's Soldiers (R)
The 2013 documentary Portraits For The Homefront: The Story of Elizabeth Black first introduced viewers to Elizabeth Black, a Pittsburgh artist who sketched charcoal portraits of American soldiers ...
 
  2:00PM  Beyond The Powder: The Legacy Of The First Wome (R)
Female pilots of the 2014 Air Race Classic racers and the 1929 Powder Puff Derby are showcased. (Also 3/10 5AM, 3/10 11AM)
 
  3:00PM  Breaking Through The Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby (R)
The story of the women who took part in the first women's national air derby in 1929 is told.
 
  4:30PM  Anne Morrow Lindbergh: You'll Have The Sky (R)
One of the 20th century's best-loved writers and wife of aviator Charles Lindbergh is profiled. (Also 3/21 12:30AM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives
Evidence of an old bridge abutment in Columbia, South Carolina may redraw the maps of the Civil War.
 
  6:00PM  Africa's Great Civilizations "Cities" (R)
The power of Africa's greatest ancient cities, including Kilwa and Great Zimbabwe are explored.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Criminal Kind"
The roots of actor Laura Linney and journalists Lisa Ling and Soledad O'Brien are explored.
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "The Bad Kids" (R)
Educators provide empathy and life skills to underserved students who are at risk of dropping out.
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "Stories On The Road To Proficiency" (R)
Students and educators at three Vermont high schools make the shift to proficiency-based learning.
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "For Ahkeem" (R)
In one of the most volatile places in the country, Daje Shelton is only 17 years old when she faces a judge. Having been suspended from her local high school for a number of petty offenses, Daje's ... (Also 3/8 4AM, 3/8 9AM)
 
11:30PM  Made Here "Raising Ali" (R)
Learn the history behind the famous Ali / Liston fight in Lewiston, ME (Also 3/16 10:30PM, 3/21 9:30PM)
 
12:00AM  Holly Near: American Masters (R)
 
  1:00AM  Keeper Of The Beat: A Woman's Journey Into The (R)
 
  2:00AM  Anne Morgan's War (R)
 
  3:00AM  Portraits For The Home Front: The Story Of Elizabeth Black (R)
 
  4:00AM  America Reframed "For Ahkeem" (R) (Also 3/8 9AM)
 
  5:30AM  Grooming A Generation (R) (Also 3/8 10:30AM)
 

Sunday | March 8
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Script To Screen: Snowpiercer" (R) (Also 3/8 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/8 2PM, 3/11 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind "Unbecoming A Democracy" (Also 3/8 3PM, 3/9 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Dw Focus On Europe
 
  8:30AM  Dw Global 3000 (Also 3/8 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "For Ahkeem" (R)
 
10:30AM  Grooming A Generation (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Dennis Palumbo - Dark Mirror" (R) (Also 3/15 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Wolfgang Joensson - Iconix" (R)
 
12:00PM  Articulate With Jim Cotter "Self Inventors"
 
12:30PM  This Is Utah "No Biz Like Show Biz" (R)
 
  1:00PM  Migrant Kitchen "Louis & Jazz"
Jazz Singsanong of Jitlada Thai and Louis Tikaram of E.P. & L.P. transport the palate around the world with the complex flavors of Thai cuisine. These chefs work to bring balance to the complexity of ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Good Boy Clothing - Flint, Mi" (R)
GoodBoy Clothing was established in March 2014 in Flint, Michigan by resident Oaklin Mixon. Upon the auto industry's exit from Flint, followed by the water crisis that brought national attention, the ...
 
  2:00PM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an ... (Also 3/11 1PM)
 
  2:30PM  Firing Line With Margaret Hoover
Join author, activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and freshest voices from ...
 
  3:00PM  The Open Mind "Unbecoming A Democracy"
Guest: Patricia Roberts-Miller. University of Texas scholar Patricia Roberts-Miller discusses contemporary demagoguery and its historical origins. (Also 3/9 1:30PM)
 
  3:30PM  Earth Focus "Dying Oceans: Abalone Restoration In California"
EARTH FOCUS, a partnership between KCETLink and the Thomson Reuters Foundation provides audiences with urgent local and global environmental coverage that spotlights the issues, impact and possible ... (Also 3/11 1:30PM)
 
  4:00PM  Dw Global 3000
Global 3000 is Deutsche Welle's weekly magazine that explores the intersection of global development and the environmental and social conditions of the diverse cultures of the world. In each program, ...
 
  4:30PM  On Story "Script To Screen: Snowpiercer" (R)
Join Snowpiercer co-writer Kelly Masterson as he dissects the story's journey from graphic novel to script-to-screen. Masterson will reference specific scenes from the film-with clips projected ...
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "The Gang Crackdown" (R)
Killings linked to the MS-13 gang and the crackdown that swept up immigrant teens are investigated.
 
  6:00PM  Animal Babies: First Year On Earth "Testing Limits" (R)
The new challenges baby animals face once they can get around on their own are highlighted.
 
  7:00PM  100 Days, Drinks, Dishes And Destinations "Calistoga, California"
Ancient hot springs and volcanic rock define modern vineyards and a new way to dine in Calistoga.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Amsterdam" (R)
Europe's best-preserved 17th-century city, Amsterdam is quaint and jarring, traditional and modern.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "The Exterminating Angel" (R)
Thomas Ades' opera is a surreal fantasy of a dinner party from which the guests can't escape.
 
10:30PM  Sun Studio Sessions "Patrick Sweany"
Patrick Sweany performs several fan favorites, including "Every Gun" and "Working for You."
 
11:00PM  African Americans: Many Rivers To Cross "A More Perfect Union (1968-2013)" (R)
Class disparity in the black community is examined. Barack Obama's presidential wins are discussed.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Attenborough And The Sea Dragon" (R) (Also 3/9 8AM, 3/9 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Reel South "First Lady Of The Revolution" (R) (Also 3/9 9AM, 3/9 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Doc World "Las Sandinistas!" (R) (Also 3/9 10AM, 3/9 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  Summoned: Frances Perkins And The General Welfa (Also 3/9 11AM, 3/10 12AM, 3/10 8AM, 3/10 2PM, 3/15 4AM)
 
  4:00AM  Leah Chase - The Queen Of Creole Cuisine (Also 3/11 5AM, 3/11 11AM)
 
  5:00AM  Women, War & Peace "The Trials Of Spring" (R) (Also 3/12 5AM, 3/12 11AM)
 

Monday | March 9
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Vermont This Week
Since 1982 Vermont This Week has been our signature public affairs series. Each week moderator Stewart Ledbetter is joined by three of Vermont's most insightful journalists to discuss not only ...
 
  8:30PM  Profile "Kevin Mckenzie" (R)
Fran Stoddard interviews Vermont native Kevin McKenzie, a gifted dancer and choreographer who has been the artistic director of American Ballet Theatre since 1992.
 
  9:00PM  Made Here "A Delicate Balance"
An introspective look at the lives of four aspiring ballet dancers who candidly tell their stories and share their hopes and dreams.
 
10:30PM  Made Here "Together In Time: A Story Of New England Contra Mu" (R)
The 250-year history of an enduring form of community music and dance in New England.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/10 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Summoned: Frances Perkins And The General Welfa (Also 3/10 8AM, 3/10 2PM, 3/15 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  Revolution Of The Heart: The Dorothy Day Story (Also 3/10 9AM, 3/10 3PM, 3/15 5AM)
 
  2:00AM  Penny: Champion Of The Marginalized (R) (Also 3/10 10AM, 3/10 4PM, 3/13 5AM, 3/13 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Unexpected Gift" (Also 3/10 10:30AM, 3/10 4:30PM, 3/13 5:30AM, 3/13 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Beyond The Powder: The Legacy Of The First Wome (R) (Also 3/10 11AM)
 

Tuesday | March 10
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  America Reframed "Town Hall" (R)
TOWN HALL casts an unflinching eye at Katy and John, two Tea Party activists from the battleground state of Pennsylvania who believe America's salvation lies in a return to true conservative values. ... (Also 3/11 12AM, 3/11 8AM, 3/11 2PM, 3/14 10PM, 3/15 2AM, 3/15 9AM)
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "The Great Resistance" (R)
This documentary traces a defining chapter of Quebec history and raises questions about development.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/11 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Town Hall" (R) (Also 3/11 8AM, 3/11 2PM, 3/14 10PM, 3/15 2AM, 3/15 9AM)
 
  1:30AM  Amazing Grace (R) (Also 3/11 9:30AM, 3/11 3:30PM, 3/14 1:30PM, 3/15 3:30AM, 3/15 10:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Mama Colonel" (R) (Also 3/11 10AM, 3/11 4PM, 3/14 5AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Leah Chase - The Queen Of Creole Cuisine (Also 3/11 11AM)
 

Wednesday | March 11
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Celtic Thunder Ireland
Celtic Thunder's popular hits and Irish and Celtic fan favorites of the last decade are highlighted.
 
10:00PM  Relieving Stress With Yoga With Peggy Cappy
Peggy Cappy shows how to relieve stress and ease anxiety with yoga and special breathing techniques.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/12 3AM)
 
12:00AM  POV "The Apology" (R) (Also 3/12 8AM, 3/12 2PM)
 
  1:30AM  Independent Lens "National Bird" (R) (Also 3/12 9:30AM, 3/12 3:30PM, 3/14 12PM, 3/14 8PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Women, War & Peace "The Trials Of Spring" (R) (Also 3/12 11AM)
 

Thursday | March 12
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Outdoor Journal "Fishing With Kids/Working For Wildlife/Doe Camp" (R)
Lawrence Pyne takes his kids fishing and visits the Gunner Brook Fishing Derby. Working for Wildlife brings together hunters to improve the habitats of Vermont. Marianne Eaton goes to Doe Camp, created to introduce women to outdoor activities.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Farmstead Cheese/Rug Hooking/Linoleum Cuts/Lange" (R)
A lesson in making farmstead cheese, with Marjorie Susman and Marian Pollack of Orb Weaver Farm in New Haven; the art of making linoleum prints, with Mary Simpson of Lyndonville; and rug hooking, with Nancy Urbanak or Cornwall.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Board Games/Lafleur/Baybrook"
A visit with Glenn and Rebecca Cahilly of Warren, Vt., creators of the board games Bethump'd With Words and Bethump'd With History, and a helicopter ride with hockey hall-of-famer turned pilot Guy Lafleur in St. Mathieu-de-Beloeil, Que. Jennifer Baybrook of Saint Albans, the youngest person ever to win the title of world yo-yo champion, demonstrates her art.
 
  9:30PM  Crossroads "Cricket"
This episode will cover a cricket match between a Burlington based team and a newly formed team in the Mad River Valley.
 
10:00PM  Earth Work "Summer Vacation"
This show takes us on a summer vacation to visit several small businesses in Vermont.
 
10:30PM  Guest Of The House "Fanning" (R)
Pianist Diana Fanning performs Scarlatti's Sonata in D Major, Ravel's Sonatine in F-sharp Minor, and Chopin's Barcarolle. Well known throughout Vermont as a frequent soloist, Diana Fanning teaches at ...
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/13 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Chinese Chariot Revealed" (R) (Also 3/13 8AM, 3/13 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Earth's Natural Wonders "Wonders of Water" (R) (Also 3/13 9AM, 3/13 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  9 Months That Made You "One Of A Kind" (R) (Also 3/13 10AM, 3/13 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Penny: Champion Of The Marginalized (R) (Also 3/13 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Unexpected Gift" (Also 3/13 11:30AM)
 

Friday | March 13
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Profile "Penny Campbell/Andrea Olsen"
Fran Stoddard interviews Penny Campbell and Andrea Olsen, dance instructors at Middlebury College.
 
  8:30PM  Firing Line With Margaret Hoover
Join author, activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and freshest voices from ... (Also 3/15 2:30PM)
 
  9:00PM  Great Performances "Julius Caesar" (R)
Experience Shakespeare in an all-female production from the Donamr Warehouse set in prison.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/14 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Annie Oakley: American Experience (Also 3/14 8AM, 3/14 2PM, 3/17 5AM, 3/17 11AM, 3/21 7PM)
 
  1:00AM  American Masters "Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women" (Also 3/14 9AM, 3/14 3PM)
 
  2:30AM  Orchard House: Home Of Little Women (R) (Also 3/14 10:30AM, 3/14 4:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Mama Colonel" (R)
 

Saturday | March 14
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Depression" (R) (Also 3/14 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/14 11AM, 3/17 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/15 6:30AM, 3/15 2PM, 3/18 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 3/15 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Annie Oakley: American Experience (Also 3/14 2PM, 3/17 5AM, 3/17 11AM, 3/21 7PM)
 
  9:00AM  American Masters "Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women" (Also 3/14 3PM)
 
10:30AM  Orchard House: Home Of Little Women (R) (Also 3/14 4:30PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/17 1PM)
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Depression" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "National Bird" (R) (Also 3/14 8PM)
 
  1:30PM  Amazing Grace (R)
The treatment of women in the legal industry from the late 1940's through today is explored. (Also 3/15 3:30AM, 3/15 10:30AM)
 
  2:00PM  Annie Oakley: American Experience
The story of a five-foot-tall sharpshooter who became a world renowned symbol of the Wild West. (Also 3/17 5AM, 3/17 11AM, 3/21 7PM)
 
  3:00PM  American Masters "Louisa May Alcott: The Woman Behind Little Women"
A look at the author of "Little Women" reveals she was a free thinker with a literary double life.
 
  4:30PM  Orchard House: Home Of Little Women (R)
The 350-year-old home in Concord, Massachusetts where Little Women was written is highlighted.
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives "Space Exploration" (R)
A ski boot with a magnetic brick bolted to the bottom may be a prototype for a NASA space boot.
 
  6:00PM  Africa's Great Civilizations "The Atlantic Age/Commerce And The Clash Of Civilizations" (R)
The impact of the Atlantic trading world, the slave trade and revolutionary movements are discussed.
 
  7:00PM  Amelia Earhart: American Experience "Amelia Earhart"
Explore the life of the trailblazing pilot who broke records but then mysteriously disappeared over the Pacific Ocean on a solo flight around the world. An enduring American hero, Earhart was the ... (Also 3/30 5AM)
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "National Bird" (R)
A drone-target analyst and a retired intelligence officer shed light on the US drone war.
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "Looking For Fletcher Wade Moses"
Director Bertrand Carri?re travels to France and Belgium in search of history, following photographs from the First World War. (Also 3/31 9:30PM)
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "Town Hall" (R)
TOWN HALL casts an unflinching eye at Katy and John, two Tea Party activists from the battleground state of Pennsylvania who believe America's salvation lies in a return to true conservative values. ... (Also 3/15 2AM, 3/15 9AM)
 
11:30PM  Made Here "Mr. Connolly Has Als" (R)
NH High School Principal Gene Connolly navigates the effects of ALS.
 
12:00AM  Women Outward Bound (R)
 
  1:00AM  It's All In The Game: The Leta Andrews Story (R)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Town Hall" (R) (Also 3/15 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Amazing Grace (R) (Also 3/15 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  Summoned: Frances Perkins And The General Welfa
 
  5:00AM  Revolution Of The Heart: The Dorothy Day Story
 

Sunday | March 15
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Script To Screen: A Quiet Place" (R) (Also 3/15 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/15 2PM, 3/18 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 3/15 3PM, 3/16 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Dw Focus On Europe (Also 3/20 7:30AM)
 
  8:30AM  Dw Global 3000 (Also 3/15 4PM, 3/20 7AM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Town Hall" (R)
 
10:30AM  Amazing Grace (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Barry Kibrick - Wisdom, Change And Purpose" (R) (Also 3/22 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Dennis Palumbo - Dark Mirror" (R)
 
12:00PM  Articulate With Jim Cotter "Of Page And Stage"
 
12:30PM  This Is Utah "Celebrating Our Heritage" (R)
 
  1:00PM  Migrant Kitchen "The Jewish Deli" (R)
The Jewish delis of Los Angeles serve an important role for connecting heritage to food. Factor's Famous Deli has been a pillar in the community for 70 years while newcomers like Micah Wexler and ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Stock And Barrel- Ogden, Ut" (R)
Parker Lichfield was working a job he loved doing photography and video for a local Utah company when he was unexpectedly laid off. He had two choices, find another job and risk the same thing ...
 
  2:00PM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an ... (Also 3/18 1PM)
 
  2:30PM  Firing Line With Margaret Hoover
Join author, activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and freshest voices from ...
 
  3:00PM  The Open Mind
A half hour weekly public affairs broadcast, THE OPEN MIND is a thoughtful excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national and public concern with the most compelling minds of our ... (Also 3/16 1:30PM)
 
  3:30PM  Earth Focus "Fueling Change: Oil Extraction In Alaska & Califor" (R)
The global demand for oil and gas has long-lasting impacts on the communities that supply it. In Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, powerful native communities are at odds over an oil ... (Also 3/18 1:30PM)
 
  4:00PM  Dw Global 3000
Global 3000 is Deutsche Welle's weekly magazine that explores the intersection of global development and the environmental and social conditions of the diverse cultures of the world. In each program, ... (Also 3/20 7AM)
 
  4:30PM  On Story "Script To Screen: A Quiet Place" (R)
Screenwriters Scott Beck and Bryan Woods discuss "A Quiet Place" and the process of storytelling.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "Weinstein" (R)
The ways Harvey Weinstein tried to silence woman that he allegedly sexually harassed are examined.
 
  6:00PM  Animal Babies: First Year On Earth "New Frontiers" (R)
Baby animals branch off from the comfort of their mothers and learn to explore on their own.
 
  7:00PM  100 Days, Drinks, Dishes And Destinations "Undiscovered Danube, Europe"
Small towns hug the Danube on its journey through Austria, Germany and Slovakia to the Black Sea.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "The Netherlands Beyond Amsterdam" (R)
Charming Dutch sights are visited from Haarlem to Rotterdam and from Delft to the Zuiderzee.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "L'elisir D'amore" (R)
Bartlett Sher's production is charming, with deft comedic timing, but also emotionally revealing.
 
10:30PM  Sun Studio Sessions "Chad Elliott & The Redemption"
Chad Elliott blends mid-western story telling with gritty blues and rock to create a unique sound.
 
11:00PM  Great Lighthouses Of Ireland
The story of Wexford's historic Hook Head, the country's very first lighthouse, is highlighted.
 
12:00AM  Nature "India's Wandering Lions" (R) (Also 3/16 8AM, 3/16 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Reel South "Ingrid" (R) (Also 3/16 9AM, 3/16 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Doc World "Daze Of Justice" (R) (Also 3/16 10AM, 3/16 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  Independent Lens "Ovarian Psycos" (R) (Also 3/16 11AM)
 
  4:00AM  Fine Line: A Woman's Place Is In The Kitchen (Also 3/18 5AM, 3/18 11AM)
 
  5:00AM  Women, War & Peace "Naila And The Uprising" (R) (Also 3/19 5AM, 3/19 11AM)
 

Monday | March 16
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Vermont This Week
Since 1982 Vermont This Week has been our signature public affairs series. Each week moderator Stewart Ledbetter is joined by three of Vermont's most insightful journalists to discuss not only ...
 
  8:30PM  Profile "Anais Mitchell" (R)
Fran Stoddard visits with folk singer/songwriter Anais Mitchell.
 
  9:00PM  Made Here "Pauline Julien, Intimate And Political"
PAULINE JULIEN, INTIMATE AND POLITICAL follows the iconic Quebec singer and eternally free spirit on a journey through key moments in the province's history.
 
10:30PM  Made Here "Raising Ali" (R)
Learn the history behind the famous Ali / Liston fight in Lewiston, ME (Also 3/21 9:30PM)
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/17 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Miriam Beerman: Expressing The Chaos (R) (Also 3/17 8AM, 3/17 2PM, 3/22 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  Her Voice Carries (Also 3/17 9AM, 3/17 3PM, 3/22 5AM)
 
  2:00AM  Georgia O'keeffe: A Woman On Paper (R) (Also 3/17 10AM, 3/17 4PM, 3/20 5AM, 3/20 11AM, 3/21 1:30PM, 3/23 3:30AM, 3/23 11:30AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Family Matters" (Also 3/17 10:30AM, 3/17 4:30PM, 3/20 5:30AM, 3/20 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Annie Oakley: American Experience (Also 3/17 11AM, 3/21 7PM)
 

Tuesday | March 17
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Personal Statement: America Reframed (R)
Three high school seniors from Brooklyn aim to defy the odds by becoming peer college counselors. (Also 3/18 12AM, 3/18 8AM, 3/18 2PM, 3/21 10PM, 3/22 2AM, 3/22 9AM)
 
  9:00PM  Made Here "Coming Home" (R)
Coming Home is a documentary film focused on five people returning back to their Vermont communities from prison, and the innovative COSA program that helps reintegrate folks back into their daily lives.
 
10:40PM  Made Here "The Cloud Of Unknowing" (R)
This experimental, mixed-format documentary looks at a Trappist abbey in Spencer, MA and spiritual seekers in the city of Boston.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/18 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Personal Statement: America Reframed (R) (Also 3/18 8AM, 3/18 2PM, 3/21 10PM, 3/22 2AM, 3/22 9AM)
 
  1:00AM  Pushout: The Criminalization Of Black Girls In (Also 3/18 9AM, 3/18 3PM, 3/22 3AM, 3/22 10AM)
 
  2:00AM  Shot In Mexico (R) (Also 3/18 10AM, 3/18 4PM, 3/21 5AM, 3/23 4PM, 3/24 5AM, 3/24 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Fine Line: A Woman's Place Is In The Kitchen (Also 3/18 11AM)
 

Wednesday | March 18
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Collagen Diet With Dr. Josh Axe
Dr. Josh Axe is a doctor of natural medicine, a doctor of chiropractic and a clinical nutritionist with a passion for helping people get well using food as medicine. He operates one of the world's ...
 
  9:30PM  Alone in the Wilderness (R)
Richard Proenneke set out alone to build a log cabin in Alaska and explore a pristine land unchanged by man.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/19 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Jewish Film Showcase "Ahead Of Time: The Extraordinary Journey Of Ruth G" (R) (Also 3/19 8AM, 3/19 2PM)
 
  1:30AM  Independent Lens "I Am Another You" (R) (Also 3/19 9:30AM, 3/19 3:30PM, 3/21 12PM, 3/21 8PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Women, War & Peace "Naila And The Uprising" (R) (Also 3/19 11AM)
 

Thursday | March 19
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Outdoor Journal "Kayaking The Conn River/Osprey/Trout On Champlain" (R)
Lawrence Pyne joins Rich Greenough to fish for lake trout. Ospreys make a comeback in Vermont with the help of concerned citizens and electric companies. Marianne Eaton kayaks down a stretch of the Connecticut River.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Coopering/Furniture Making/Slate" (R)
A lesson in furniture making, a look at 19th-century furniture, the art of coopering and the history of slate and its uses.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Sleigh Ride/Sled Dog Racing/Vast" (R)
A ride in a horse-drawn sleigh to experience winter travel before the advent of the automobile, with Tony Godin of Stowe, Vt.; the colorful sport of sled dog racing in America, with Nancy Cowan, Dick Molton and Ed Moody in Wonalancet, N.H.; and a snowmobile ride at Smuggler's Notch in Jeffersonville, along a portion of the 5,000 miles of interconnecting trails that make up the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers (VAST) system.
 
  9:30PM  Crossroads "Sculptors"
This episode will profile Stephen Huneck, Lynette Denney and Steve Pastner -- three sculptors who live in Vermont.
 
10:00PM  Earth Work "Common Sense"
For Stowe Canoe and Snowshoe Company, reducing waste and adopting new technology has saved them money.
 
10:30PM  Guest Of The House "Elaine Greenfield" (R)
The piano artistry of Elaine Greenfield is featured in this program of Brahms, Debussy and Ginostera. Works include the Brahms Intermezzo #18, preludes of Claude Debussy including "Sounds and ...
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/20 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Japan's Killer Quake" (R) (Also 3/20 8AM, 3/20 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Earth's Natural Wonders "Living Wonders" (R) (Also 3/20 9AM, 3/20 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  9 Months That Made You "The Final Countdown" (R) (Also 3/20 10AM, 3/20 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Georgia O'keeffe: A Woman On Paper (R) (Also 3/20 11AM, 3/21 1:30PM, 3/23 3:30AM, 3/23 11:30AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Family Matters" (Also 3/20 11:30AM)
 

Friday | March 20
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Profile "Gov. Madeleine Kunin" (R)
Kunin was the 77th Governor of Vermont, 1985-1991. She was the first Jewish and only female governor. She has served as United States Ambassador to Switzerland and is currently a Professor-at-Large at UVM.
 
  8:30PM  Firing Line With Margaret Hoover
Join author, activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and freshest voices from ... (Also 3/22 2:30PM)
 
  9:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Turandot"
Enjoy Puccini's famed final opera with a fairytale production set in China from Franco Zeffirelli. (Also 3/22 8PM)
 
11:30PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/21 3AM)
 
12:30AM  Anne Morrow Lindbergh: You'll Have The Sky (R)
 
  1:00AM  Niall Ferguson's Networld "Winner Takes All" (Also 3/21 9AM, 3/21 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Niall Ferguson's Networld "Networld War" (Also 3/21 10AM, 3/21 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Shot In Mexico (R) (Also 3/23 4PM, 3/24 5AM, 3/24 11AM)
 

Saturday | March 21
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Rheumatoid Arthritis" (R) (Also 3/21 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/21 11AM, 3/24 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/22 6:30AM, 3/22 2PM, 3/25 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 3/22 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Niall Ferguson's Networld "Disruption" (Also 3/21 2PM)
 
  9:00AM  Niall Ferguson's Networld "Winner Takes All" (Also 3/21 3PM)
 
10:00AM  Niall Ferguson's Networld "Networld War" (Also 3/21 4PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/24 1PM)
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Rheumatoid Arthritis" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "I Am Another You" (R) (Also 3/21 8PM)
 
  1:30PM  Georgia O'keeffe: A Woman On Paper (R)
Artist Georgia O'Keeffe's career and her time spent in Columbia, South Carolina are highlighted. (Also 3/23 3:30AM, 3/23 11:30AM)
 
  2:00PM  Niall Ferguson's Networld "Disruption"
Niall Ferguson untangles important issues surrounding why social media networks polarize us.
 
  3:00PM  Niall Ferguson's Networld "Winner Takes All"
Niall Ferguson explores how the worldwide web became highly profitable controlled by a tiny elite.
 
  4:00PM  Niall Ferguson's Networld "Networld War"
Niall Ferguson shows how our democracies are under threat from forces that exploit social networks
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives "Iwo Jima Map, Copperhead Cane, Theremin" (R)
A hand-drawn map taken from the body of a Japanese soldier during World War is investigated.
 
  6:00PM  Africa's Great Civilizations "Commerce And The Clash Of Civilizations" (R)
The dynamism of 19th-century Africa and "scramble" by European powers for its riches are explored.
 
  7:00PM  Annie Oakley: American Experience
The story of a five-foot-tall sharpshooter who became a world renowned symbol of the Wild West.
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "I Am Another You" (R)
A charismatic young homeless drifter leaves a comfortable home for a cross-cultural road trip.
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "Raising Ali" (R)
Learn the history behind the famous Ali / Liston fight in Lewiston, ME
 
10:00PM  Personal Statement: America Reframed (R)
Three high school seniors from Brooklyn aim to defy the odds by becoming peer college counselors. (Also 3/22 2AM, 3/22 9AM)
 
11:00PM  Made Here "Chewdaism: A Taste Of Jewish Montreal" (R)
Join Jamie and Eli as they discover the roots of the Montreal's Jewish community through a series of classical Jewish eateries.
 
12:00AM  Maya Angelou: American Masters (R)
 
  2:00AM  Personal Statement: America Reframed (R) (Also 3/22 9AM)
 
  3:00AM  Pushout: The Criminalization Of Black Girls In (Also 3/22 10AM)
 
  4:00AM  Miriam Beerman: Expressing The Chaos (R)
 
  5:00AM  Her Voice Carries
 

Sunday | March 22
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Planet Of The Apes: Reimagining A Sci-Fi Franchise" (Also 3/22 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/22 2PM, 3/25 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 3/22 3PM, 3/23 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Dw Focus On Europe
 
  8:30AM  Dw Global 3000 (Also 3/22 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  Personal Statement: America Reframed (R)
 
10:00AM  Pushout: The Criminalization Of Black Girls In
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Diamond Dallas Page - Positively Unstoppable" (R) (Also 3/29 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Barry Kibrick - Wisdom, Change And Purpose" (R)
 
12:00PM  Articulate With Jim Cotter "Patricia Racette Concert Show"
 
12:30PM  This Is Utah "It Takes A Village" (R)
 
  1:00PM  Migrant Kitchen "Sequoia Sake" (R)
Jake Myrick and Noriko Kamei have taken their love for namazake and created Sequoia Sake, a small brewery in the heart of San Francisco. Rooted in the traditions of Japanese sake brewing, they work ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Friendly Plumber - Salt Lake City, Ut" (R)
Daniel Scott and Josh Christiansen met while working for a local plumbing company and hit it off immediately. Shortly after, they decided start their own plumbing company focused on customer service, ...
 
  2:00PM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an ... (Also 3/25 1PM)
 
  2:30PM  Firing Line With Margaret Hoover
Join author, activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and freshest voices from ...
 
  3:00PM  The Open Mind
A half hour weekly public affairs broadcast, THE OPEN MIND is a thoughtful excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national and public concern with the most compelling minds of our ... (Also 3/23 1:30PM)
 
  3:30PM  Earth Focus "Avocado Wars: The Battle Over Water Rights In Chil" (R)
The popular demand for avocados, once considered an "exotic" item, is having a devastating impact on a drought-stricken community in Chile. Lying within one of the largest avocado producing regions ... (Also 3/25 1:30PM)
 
  4:00PM  Dw Global 3000
Global 3000 is Deutsche Welle's weekly magazine that explores the intersection of global development and the environmental and social conditions of the diverse cultures of the world. In each program, ...
 
  4:30PM  On Story "Planet Of The Apes: Reimagining A Sci-Fi Franchise"
Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, co-writers of Rise of the Planet of the Apes, discuss reimagining the popular sci-fi franchise and their delicate approach to depicting the protagonist's journey.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "Documenting Hate: Charlottesville" (R)
An investigation exposes white supremacists and Neo-Nazis involved in the 2017 Charlottesville rally.
 
  6:00PM  Animals With Cameras, A Nature Miniseries (R)
Witness the secret lives of animals as never before, as the animals become the cinematographers.
 
  7:00PM  100 Days, Drinks, Dishes And Destinations "Asheville, North Carolina"
The Biltmore, outside of Asheville, North Carolina, houses the most visited winery in the country.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Germany's Hamburg And The Luther Trail" (R)
Rick visits Hamburg, Germany's mighty port city, and the great historic sights of Martin Luther.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Turandot"
Enjoy Puccini's famed final opera with a fairytale production set in China from Franco Zeffirelli.
 
10:30PM  Sun Studio Sessions "Rebecca Haviland & The Whiskey Heart"
Vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Rebecca Haviland performs "Bright City Lights" and more songs.
 
11:00PM  Great Lighthouses Of Ireland
Ireland's lighthouse engineers and builders used great ingenuity to achieve what seemed impossible.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Yosemite" (R) (Also 3/23 8AM, 3/23 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Reel South "Alabama Bound" (R) (Also 3/23 9AM, 3/23 3PM, 3/26 10AM, 3/26 4PM)
 
  2:00AM  Doc World "Armed With Faith" (R) (Also 3/23 10AM)
 
  3:30AM  Georgia O'keeffe: A Woman On Paper (R) (Also 3/23 11:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  POV "Still Tomorrow" (R) (Also 3/25 5AM, 3/25 11AM)
 
  5:00AM  Women, War & Peace "A Journey Of A Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers" (R) (Also 3/26 5AM, 3/26 11AM)
 

Monday | March 23
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Vermont This Week
Since 1982 Vermont This Week has been our signature public affairs series. Each week moderator Stewart Ledbetter is joined by three of Vermont's most insightful journalists to discuss not only ...
 
  8:30PM  Profile "Gwen Ifill" (R)
Fran Stoddard sat down with the late Gwen Ifill, host of Washington Week, PBS NewsHour correspondent and author of "The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama."
 
  9:00PM  Made Here "Absences"
An exploration of various forms of absence-and its painful impact on our daily lives.
 
10:30PM  Made Here "My Father, My Farm" (R)
When a lifelong farmer receives a letter outlining the harsh new realities of the dairy industry, he must confront not only his past, but his future as well. (Also 3/28 11:45PM)
 
10:45PM  Made Here "Lomax" (R)
In 1941, folklorist Alan Lomax traveled from the Library of Congress to the Mississippi Delta to record an oral history of the blues. Equipped with 500 pounds of audio equipment powered by his car ... (Also 3/31 9:15PM)
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/24 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Ursula K. Le Guin: American Masters (R) (Also 3/24 8AM, 3/24 2PM, 3/28 5AM)
 
  1:00AM  American Masters "Harper Lee" (R) (Also 3/24 9AM, 3/24 3PM, 3/29 4AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage (R) (Also 3/24 10:30AM, 3/24 4:30PM, 3/27 5:30AM, 3/27 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Shot In Mexico (R) (Also 3/24 11AM)
 

Tuesday | March 24
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  America Reframed "My Louisiana Love" (R)
MY LOUISIANA LOVE traces a young woman's quest to find a place in her Native American community as it reels from decades of environmental degradation. Monique Verdin returns to Southeast Louisiana to ... (Also 3/25 12AM, 3/25 8AM, 3/25 2PM, 3/28 10PM, 3/29 2AM, 3/29 9AM)
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "Strength Of The Storm"
In the wake of 2011's Tropical Storm Irene, a group of Vermont mobile home park residents who lost everything banded together to restore their lives and their community.
 
10:15PM  Made Here "Nebi: Abenaki Ways Of Knowing Water" (R)
Nebi ("water"): Abenaki Ways of Knowing Water was created to share and help preserve the Abenaki creation stories of Lake Champlain, and the deep connection Abenaki people have with water. (Also 3/28 11:30PM)
 
10:30PM  Made Here "Bringing Back Salmon" (R)
Bringing Back Salmon sheds light on the mutual benefits between good salmon habitat, flood resiliency, and clean water.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/25 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "My Louisiana Love" (R) (Also 3/25 8AM, 3/25 2PM, 3/28 10PM, 3/29 2AM, 3/29 9AM)
 
  1:30AM  Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways (R) (Also 3/25 9:30AM, 3/25 3:30PM, 3/27 5AM, 3/27 11AM, 3/29 3:30AM, 3/29 10:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  Warrior Women (R) (Also 3/25 10AM, 3/25 4PM, 3/30 3AM, 3/30 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  POV "Still Tomorrow" (R) (Also 3/25 11AM)
 

Wednesday | March 25
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Doo Wop To Pop Rock: My Music Celebrates 20 Yea
Glen Campbell, Aretha Franklin and more performers celebrate hit songs from the 50s to the 70s.
 
10:30PM  Rick Steves' Festive Europe (R)
Rick ventures into the Parisian streets on Bastille Day and takes in the royal pageantry in London.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/26 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Perfect 36: When Women Won The Vote (R) (Also 3/26 8AM, 3/26 2PM, 3/28 1:30PM, 3/29 5:30AM)
 
12:30AM  POV "The Rescue List" (Also 3/26 8:30AM, 3/26 2:30PM, 3/28 12PM, 3/28 8PM)
 
  2:00AM  Frontline "Nra Under Fire" (Also 3/29 5PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Women, War & Peace "A Journey Of A Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers" (R) (Also 3/26 11AM)
 

Thursday | March 26
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Outdoor Journal "Cape Cod Stripe Bass/Butterfly Tagging/Archery" (R)
Lawrence Pyne fishes for striped bass in Plymouth Bay. Bryan Pfeiffer tags monarch butterflies, and Chip Darmstadt teaches how to attract them to home gardens. Marianne Eaton gets an archery lesson and visits a 3-D archery tournament.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Making Lace/Songs From The Past/Faux Finishing/Wl" (R)
The art of faux finishes, with Andersen Thorp of Strafford, and a look at faux finishes used in the historic home of Justin Morrill in South Strafford; lace making, with Evelyn Gant of Putnamville; and the tradition of family folksongs from the collection of Helen Hartness Flanders, with Deb Flanders of Burlington, Margaret MacArthur of Marlboro and Tony Barrand of Brattleboro.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Biathlon/Killington Snow Zone/Cochran Ski Area"
A look at the sport of biathlon, a combination of skiing and shooting, at the Ethan Allen Firing Range in Jericho, Vt., where athletes from around the world train and compete; the Snow Zone program for young people at Killington Ski Area in Killington, Vt.; and a visit to the family-run Cochran Ski Area in Richmond, Vt.
 
  9:30PM  Crossroads "Rough Terrain"
Visit the Kettler ranch in South Woodbury and witness the process of building of a custom horse drawn rough-terrain cart.
 
10:00PM  Venturing: The Entrepreneurial Challenge "The Fire Within"
A diverse group of entrepreneurs convey the traits and skills that characterize today's successful entrepreneurs.
 
10:30PM  Guest Of The House "The Chapped Lips" (R)
The Chapped Lips, an acapella jazz group of four women, has been performing their unique repetoire of songs from the 40's to the present since 1981.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/27 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Transplanting Hope" (R) (Also 3/27 8AM, 3/27 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Earth's Sacred Wonders "House Of The Divine" (Also 3/27 9AM, 3/27 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Medicine Woman (R) (Also 3/27 10AM, 3/27 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways (R) (Also 3/27 11AM, 3/29 3:30AM, 3/29 10:30AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage (R) (Also 3/27 11:30AM)
 

Friday | March 27
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Profile "Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina" (R)
Gretchen Gerzina, Chair of the English Department at Dartmouth is an acclaimed biographer and syndicated radio host. Her latest book explores the lives of a black couple in 18th century Vermont.
 
  8:30PM  Firing Line With Margaret Hoover
Join author, activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and freshest voices from ... (Also 3/29 2:30PM)
 
  9:00PM  Somewhere South
 
10:00PM  The Inn At Little Washington: A Delicious Docum
Chef Patrick O'Connell pursues a third Michelin star for his restaurant, the Inn at Little Washington
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/28 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Emma Goldman: American Experience "Emma Goldman" (R) (Also 3/28 8AM, 3/28 2PM, 3/30 4AM, 3/31 5AM, 3/31 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story (Also 3/28 9AM, 3/28 3PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Ursula K. Le Guin: American Masters (R)
 

Saturday | March 28
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Smoking Cessation" (R) (Also 3/28 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/28 11AM, 3/31 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/29 6:30AM, 3/29 2PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 3/29 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Emma Goldman: American Experience "Emma Goldman" (R) (Also 3/28 2PM, 3/30 4AM, 3/31 5AM, 3/31 11AM)
 
  9:00AM  East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story (Also 3/28 3PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/31 1PM)
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Smoking Cessation" (R)
 
12:00PM  POV "The Rescue List" (Also 3/28 8PM)
 
  1:30PM  Perfect 36: When Women Won The Vote (R)
The years of debate about women's suffrage and the vote to ratify the amendment are chronicled. (Also 3/29 5:30AM)
 
  2:00PM  Emma Goldman: American Experience "Emma Goldman" (R)
Explore the controversial life of the notorious lecturer, fearless writer and merciless publisher. (Also 3/30 4AM, 3/31 5AM, 3/31 11AM)
 
  3:00PM  East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story
The history of East Lake Meadows, a former public housing community in Atlanta, is highlighted.
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives "Lauste Film Clip/Baker's Gold/Transatlantic Cable" (R)
A clip might be the first talking picture. Gold Rush sketches of gold nuggets are investigated.
 
  6:00PM  Rick Steves Hunger And Hope: Lessons From Ethio
Rick meets struggling farmers in Ethiopia and Guatemala and explores solutions to decrease hunger.
 
  7:00PM  Margaret Mitchell: American Masters "Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel" (R)
Discover the Pulitzer Prize-winning author behind the bestselling novel "Gone With the Wind."
 
  8:00PM  POV "The Rescue List"
Two children in Ghana who were rescued from enslavement embark on a mission with their rescuer.
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "Lake Effect" (R)
Explores the possible connection between neurotoxins found in the lakes of VT & NH and the onset of ALS. (Also 3/30 10:30PM)
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "My Louisiana Love" (R)
MY LOUISIANA LOVE traces a young woman's quest to find a place in her Native American community as it reels from decades of environmental degradation. Monique Verdin returns to Southeast Louisiana to ... (Also 3/29 2AM, 3/29 9AM)
 
11:30PM  Made Here "Nebi: Abenaki Ways Of Knowing Water" (R)
Nebi ("water"): Abenaki Ways of Knowing Water was created to share and help preserve the Abenaki creation stories of Lake Champlain, and the deep connection Abenaki people have with water.
 
11:45PM  Made Here "My Father, My Farm" (R)
When a lifelong farmer receives a letter outlining the harsh new realities of the dairy industry, he must confront not only his past, but his future as well.
 
12:00AM  Janis Joplin: American Masters (R)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "My Louisiana Love" (R) (Also 3/29 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways (R) (Also 3/29 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  American Masters "Harper Lee" (R)
 
  5:30AM  Perfect 36: When Women Won The Vote (R)
 

Sunday | March 29
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Awkward Black Girl: A Conversation With Issa Rae" (R) (Also 3/29 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/29 2PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind "Unbecoming A Democracy" (Also 3/29 3PM, 3/30 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Dw Focus On Europe
 
  8:30AM  Dw Global 3000 (Also 3/29 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "My Louisiana Love" (R)
 
10:30AM  Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Gary Grossman - Red Hotel" (R)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Diamond Dallas Page - Positively Unstoppable" (R)
 
12:00PM  Articulate With Jim Cotter "What Matters Most"
 
12:30PM  This Is Utah "Never Too Late" (R)
 
  1:00PM  Migrant Kitchen "El Jardin" (R)
Chef Claudette Zepeda-Wilkins opens her new restaurant, El Jard?n, in San Diego. Inspired by the traditions of generations of Mexican women and combining regional heirloom ingredients from across ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Tee Lee's House - Denver, Co" (R)
Rise Jones and her husband, Louis Freeman, opened TeaLee's after five years of planning and hard work. Seven years before the doors opened and the first pot of tea was brewed, Jones had was diagnosed ...
 
  2:00PM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an ...
 
  2:30PM  Firing Line With Margaret Hoover
Join author, activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and freshest voices from ...
 
  3:00PM  The Open Mind "Unbecoming A Democracy"
Guest: Patricia Roberts-Miller. University of Texas scholar Patricia Roberts-Miller discusses contemporary demagoguery and its historical origins. (Also 3/30 1:30PM)
 
  3:30PM  Earth Focus "Building A Future: Lumber Poaching In Oregon And B" (R)
EARTH FOCUS, a partnership between KCETLink and the Thomson Reuters Foundation provides audiences with urgent local and global environmental coverage that spotlights the issues, impact and possible ...
 
  4:00PM  Dw Global 3000
Global 3000 is Deutsche Welle's weekly magazine that explores the intersection of global development and the environmental and social conditions of the diverse cultures of the world. In each program, ...
 
  4:30PM  On Story "Awkward Black Girl: A Conversation With Issa Rae" (R)
Creator/director/producer/star Issa Rae discusses the unique challenges that surround creating independent webseries, the freedoms that come with doing it your own way, and how to navigate the ...
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "Nra Under Fire"
The NRA aligned with President Trump and his base, but is under attack ahead of the 2020 election.
 
  6:00PM  Animals With Cameras, A Nature Miniseries (R)
The secret lives of animals are showcased as animal with cameras capture unprecedented behavior.
 
  7:00PM  Jamie's Ultimate Veg "Cottage Pie & Bonkers Chip Butty" (R)
Jamie kicks things off by turbo-charging veg in a game-changing meat free, veg packed cottage pie, with a stunningly rich gravy and super-fluffy mash. He's inspired by a trip to Delhi, and after ...
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Germany's Dresden And Leipzig" (R)
Opulent palaces and art treasures in Dresden and the Bach heritage of Leipzig are explored.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "L'amour De Loin" (R)
Kaija Saariaho's yearning medieval romance L'Amour de Loin ("Love From Afar"), has its Met premiere.
 
10:30PM  Sun Studio Sessions "Reed Turchi & His Kudzu Choir"
Multi-instrumentalist Reed Turchi and the Kudzu Choir display their authentic musical chops.
 
11:00PM  Great Lighthouses Of Ireland
Momentous chapters of history witnessed by these beacons, from shipwrecks to wars, are revealed.
 
12:00AM  Nature "The World's Most Wanted Animal" (R) (Also 3/30 8AM, 3/30 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Reel South "Fiesta Quinceanera" (R) (Also 3/30 9AM, 3/30 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Doc World "Facing The Dragon" (R) (Also 3/30 10AM, 3/30 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  Warrior Women (R) (Also 3/30 11AM)
 
  4:00AM  Emma Goldman: American Experience "Emma Goldman" (R) (Also 3/31 5AM, 3/31 11AM)
 
  5:00AM  Amelia Earhart: American Experience "Amelia Earhart"
 

Monday | March 30
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Vermont This Week
Since 1982 Vermont This Week has been our signature public affairs series. Each week moderator Stewart Ledbetter is joined by three of Vermont's most insightful journalists to discuss not only ...
 
  8:30PM  Profile "Jean-Michel Cousteau" (R)
Fran Stoddard interviews Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of Jacques Cousteau. He is an ocean explorer and environmental activist in his own right, founder of the Ocean Futures Society and star of a PBS ...
 
  9:00PM  Made Here "The Hole Story"
THE HOLE STORY tells the history of mining in Canada, analyzes company profits, and explores the impact of mining on the environment and workers' health.
 
10:30PM  Made Here "Lake Effect" (R)
Explores the possible connection between neurotoxins found in the lakes of VT & NH and the onset of ALS.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/31 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Lorraine Hansberry: American Masters (R) (Also 3/31 8AM, 3/31 2PM)
 
  2:00AM  Untold Stories: Mina Miller Edison, The Wizard' (Also 3/31 10AM, 3/31 4PM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Do The Right Thing" (Also 3/31 10:30AM, 3/31 4:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Emma Goldman: American Experience "Emma Goldman" (R) (Also 3/31 11AM)
 

Tuesday | March 31
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  America Reframed "Finding Kukan" (R)
Filmmaker Robin Lung documents her 7-year journey to uncover the efforts of Li Ling-Ai, the visionary but uncredited producer of Kukan. Lung discovers a damaged film print of Kukan, and pieces ...
 
  9:00PM  Made Here "Built To Last" (R)
The story of one family and how they built an empire of theaters throughout New England. Their legacy, the Latchis Theatre & Hotel in Brattleboro, still stands as one of three surviving Art Deco buildings in Vermont.
 
  9:15PM  Made Here "Lomax" (R)
In 1941, folklorist Alan Lomax traveled from the Library of Congress to the Mississippi Delta to record an oral history of the blues. Equipped with 500 pounds of audio equipment powered by his car ...
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "Looking For Fletcher Wade Moses" (R)
Director Bertrand Carri?re travels to France and Belgium in search of history, following photographs from the First World War.
 
10:00PM  Made Here "The Maine Frontier" (R)
An illustration of family, work, community and culture in northern Maine at the turn-of-the-century, exemplified via Isaac Simpson's extensive photographic collection.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues.