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Vermont PBS Plus - Program Schedule | February 2021

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Monday | February 1
 
  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 "Tom Bodette" (R)
Tom Bodette of Dummerston, is a humorist, NPR radio personality, commercial actor, and author of eight fiction and travel books.
 
  9:00PM  Made Here "Thrills And Spills In The North Country" (R)
A look at the history of winter sport in the Northeast, including local businesses that have grown out of it, the skiing, skating and sledding champions that hail from this region and the ghosts of forgotten resorts and sports venues. A film by Rick Moulton of Huntington, VT.
 
10:00PM  Made Here "The Town That Moved A Mountain" (R)
A quirky tale of memories lost, THE TOWN THAT MOVED A MOUNTAIN tells how a group of ski enthusiasts built a ski area and then, just two years later, moved the whole operation to a new location.
 
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 2/2 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall And The NAACP (R) (Also 2/2 8AM, 2/7 4AM, 2/8 3AM, 2/8 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  John Lewis - Get In The Way (R) (Also 2/2 9AM, 2/7 5AM, 2/9 4PM)
 
  2:00AM  Local, USA "Pandemic19" (Also 2/2 10AM, 2/5 5AM, 2/5 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Growing Up Black" (R) (Also 2/2 10:30AM, 2/5 5:30AM, 2/5 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/2 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Battleground (Also 2/2 11AM)
 

Tuesday | February 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  America Reframed "Vision Portraits" (R)
Acclaimed director Rodney Evans (Brother to Brother and The Happy Sad) takes viewers on a personal journey as he ponders how the deterioration of his vision will impact his life and work as a ... (Also 2/3 12AM, 2/3 8AM, 2/6 10PM, 2/7 2AM, 2/7 9AM)
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "Hidden Blueprints: The Story Of Mikey" (R)
A short documentary detailing the history and creation of a collection of wood-scrollwork designed and hidden in prison.
 
10:00PM  Made Here "Bridge Of Fire" (R)
A story of two potters, one from Marlboro, Vermont, the other from Japan.
 
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 2/3 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Vision Portraits" (R) (Also 2/3 8AM, 2/6 10PM, 2/7 2AM, 2/7 9AM)
 
  1:30AM  Reel South "Driven Blind" (R) (Also 2/3 9:30AM, 2/6 4:30PM, 2/7 3:30AM, 2/7 10:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  Reel South "Mossville: When Great Trees Fall" (R) (Also 2/3 10AM, 2/6 5AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/3 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Building The American Dream (R) (Also 2/3 11AM, 2/4 10AM)
 

Wednesday | February 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  Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide (R)
The personal finance expert provides essential advice on planning for and thriving in retirement.
 
10:00PM  Relieving Stress With Yoga With Peggy Cappy (R)
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 2/4 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "9to5: The Story Of A Movement" (Also 2/4 8:30AM, 2/6 12PM)
 
  1:30AM  Frontline "China's Covid Secrets"
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/4 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Marriner Eccles: Father Of The Modern Federal R (Also 2/4 11AM)
 

Thursday | February 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  Outdoor Journal "Shed Hunt, Pine Mountain WMA, Vermont Big Game Trophy Club" (R)
Collecting moose shed antlers; Pine Mountain Wildlife Management Area; Vermont Big Game Trophy Club's awards.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Pest Control/Herbs/Tree Felling/Lange" (R)
Organic pest control, with Andy Knafel of Shaftsbury; growing herbs for cooking and health, with Ellen St. Jean Pfadt of Pittsford; making axe handles, with Ross Morgan and a new generation of tree fellers from Sterling College in Craftsbury. Willem Lange tells a seasonal story.
 
  9:00PM  From The Archives: Points North "Hollywood/Cinar Films" (R)
An exploration of why Hollywood movies are being filmed in Vermont includes a behind-the-scenes look at one such production, and an inside look at Cinar Films in Montreal to see and hear the painstaking efforts required to overdub music, effects and language on movies.
 
  9:30PM  From The Archives: Crossroads "Sculptors" (R)
This episode will profile Stephen Huneck, Lynette Denney and Steve Pastner -- three sculptors who live in Vermont.
 
10:00PM  Feast In The Making "Episode 5" (R)
Host Sean Buchanan visits Champlain Valley Apiaries in Middlebury, Vt. , who have been making honey since WWII; Snow Farm Winery in So. Hero, Vt., a thriving local winemaker; and the Middlebury Inn, Middlebruy, Vt.
 
10:30PM  From The Archives: Pass It On "Heritage In The Eighties" (R)
The final program in this series offers highlights of The Champlain Valley Festival, an annual event held at Kingsland Bay State Park. Performers from Vermont, New York, and Quebec show off their ...
 
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 2/5 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Beyond The Elements On Nova "Reactions" (Also 2/5 8AM)
 
  1:00AM  Europe's New Wild "The Missing Lynx" (Also 2/5 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  Forces Of Nature "Shape" (R) (Also 2/5 10AM, 2/9 5AM, 2/9 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/5 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Local, USA "Pandemic19" (Also 2/5 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Growing Up Black" (R) (Also 2/5 11:30AM)
 

Friday | February 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  The David Rubenstein Show: Peer To Peer Convers "Bill Gates"
Join financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein as he talks with the most influential leaders in business to uncover their stories and their paths to success. Each episode features an interview ...
 
  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 2/7 2:30PM)
 
  9:00PM  In Concert At The Hollywood Bowl "Gustavo And Friends"
Enjoy "Swan Lake" with dancer Misty Copeland and more of Gustavo Dudamel's favorite performances.
 
10:00PM  In Concert At The Hollywood Bowl "Fireworks!"
Performances by Katy Perry, Pink Martini and more are showcased. Music from Star Wars is 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 2/6 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Singular (R) (Also 2/6 8AM, 2/11 5AM, 2/11 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  We Knew What We Had: The Greatest Jazz Story Ne (R) (Also 2/6 9AM, 2/10 5AM, 2/10 11AM)
 
  2:00AM  Jazz Ambassadors: A Sister City Exchange (R) (Also 2/6 10AM, 2/6 2PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/8 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Reel South "Mossville: When Great Trees Fall" (R)
 

Saturday | February 6
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion (Also 2/6 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 2/6 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/7 6:30AM, 2/7 2PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 2/7 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Singular (R) (Also 2/11 5AM, 2/11 11AM)
 
  9:00AM  We Knew What We Had: The Greatest Jazz Story Ne (R) (Also 2/10 5AM, 2/10 11AM)
 
10:00AM  Jazz Ambassadors: A Sister City Exchange (R) (Also 2/6 2PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "9to5: The Story Of A Movement"
 
  1:30PM  Fannie Lou Hamer: Stand Up (R)
The life of voting and women's rights activist and civil rights legend Fannie Lou Hamer is examined.
 
  2:00PM  Jazz Ambassadors: A Sister City Exchange (R)
Dizzy Gillespie and more jazz greats combated racially charged Soviet propaganda through their music.
 
  3:00PM  Jazz "Swing: Pure Pleasure (1935-1937)"
Billie Holiday is showcased. A blues-soaked big band jazz style is set to further transform jazz. (Also 2/7 6PM)
 
  4:30PM  Reel South "Driven Blind" (R)
Dan Parker, a champion drag racer, struggles to adapt after being blinded in a racing accident. (Also 2/7 3:30AM, 2/7 10:30AM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
Mysterious airplane engine parts shed light on a heroic story from a forbidden Hawaiian island.
 
  6:00PM  Antiques Roadshow "Celebrating Black Americana" (R)
Antiques Roadshow honors Black History Month. Highlights include an 1821 U.S. citizenship certificate for George Barker, a free man of color, and a visit to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "No Irish Need Apply"
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the roots of actor Jane Lynch and comedian Jim Gaffigan. (Also 2/8 1AM, 2/8 9AM)
 
  8:00PM  The Central Park Five (R)
The miscarriage of justice that followed the rape of a Central Park jogger in 1989 is examined. (Also 2/7 12AM)
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "Vision Portraits" (R)
Acclaimed director Rodney Evans (Brother to Brother and The Happy Sad) takes viewers on a personal journey as he ponders how the deterioration of his vision will impact his life and work as a ... (Also 2/7 2AM, 2/7 9AM)
 
12:00AM  The Central Park Five (R)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Vision Portraits" (R) (Also 2/7 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Reel South "Driven Blind" (R) (Also 2/7 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall And The NAACP (R) (Also 2/8 3AM, 2/8 11AM)
 
  5:00AM  John Lewis - Get In The Way (R) (Also 2/9 4PM)
 

Sunday | February 7
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Awkward Black Girl: A Conversation With Issa Rae" (R)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/7 2PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 2/7 3PM, 2/14 7:30AM, 2/14 3PM, 2/21 7:30AM, 2/21 3PM, 2/28 7:30AM, 2/28 3PM)
 
  8:00AM  Dw Focus On Europe (Also 2/11 7:30AM)
 
  8:30AM  Dw Global 3000 (Also 2/11 7AM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Vision Portraits" (R)
 
10:30AM  Reel South "Driven Blind" (R)
 
11:00AM  The Chavis Chronicles
 
11:30AM  Laura Flanders Show
 
12:00PM  Articulate With Jim Cotter "Daniel Hope's Lands Of Glory"
 
12:30PM  This American Land "Controlling Wild Horses, Irrigation Revival, Regen" (R)
 
  1:00PM  The Future Of America's Past
In THE FUTURE OF AMERICA'S PAST, notable scholar Ed Ayers takes viewers to the sites of complex and evocative chapters in American history. Throughout the series, Ayers meets with public historians ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Ann Arbor T-Shirt Company"
Ann Arbor t-shirt company prints over 500,000 shirts per year for clients all over the world.
 
  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
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 2/14 7:30AM, 2/14 3PM, 2/21 7:30AM, 2/21 3PM, 2/28 7:30AM, 2/28 3PM)
 
  3:30PM  Earth Focus "The New West And The Politics Of The Environment" (R)
A quiet, little-known revolution is taking place in American environmental politics in a most surprising place-Nevada. In this feature-length documentary, Earth Focus tells the story of Harry Reid, a ...
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "President Biden"
The story of how crisis and tragedy prepared Joe Biden to become America's next president. (Also 2/11 2AM, 2/11 10AM, 2/14 5PM)
 
  6:00PM  Jazz "Swing: Pure Pleasure (1935-1937)"
Billie Holiday is showcased. A blues-soaked big band jazz style is set to further transform jazz.
 
  7:30PM  Congressman John Lewis And Andrew Aydin: The St (R)
Congressman and civil rights activist John Lewis and Andrew discuss their graphic novel trilogy, "March."
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Carmen" (R)
Director Richard Eyre's production of Carmen stars Georgian mezzo-soprano Anita Rachvelishvili.
 
11:00PM  Art In The Twenty-First Century "Borderlands" (R)
Discover how contemporary art can challenge preconceived notions of the U.S.-Mexico border.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Pumas: Legends Of The Ice Mountains" (Also 2/8 8AM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "No Irish Need Apply" (Also 2/8 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  Finding Your Roots "The Vanguard" (R) (Also 2/8 10AM)
 
  3:00AM  Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall And The NAACP (R) (Also 2/8 11AM)
 
  4:00AM  Groveland Four (R)
 
  5:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "While I Breathe, I Hope" (R)
 

Monday | February 8
 
  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 "Kenneth & Joann Davis" (R)
Kenneth and Joann Davis of Dorset. Ken is a bestselling historian of all those "Don't Know Much About" books. His wife is also an author and longtime editor .
 
  9:00PM  Made Here "Best Chance U" (R)
An inside look at the Ivy League football experience of Black players at Dartmouth College.
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "Emptying The Tank" (R)
A striking portrait of Chippewa mixed martial artist Ashley Nichols.
 
  9:45PM  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 ...
 
10:00PM  Made Here "Mad Music" (R)
Why is the Mad River Valley full of musicians and such diverse music? This film hopes to answer that question.
 
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 2/9 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "Hale County This Morning, This Evening" (R) (Also 2/9 8AM, 2/14 4AM)
 
  1:30AM  POV Shorts "The Changing Same" (R) (Also 2/9 9:30AM, 2/14 5:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  Local, USA (Also 2/9 10AM, 2/12 5AM, 2/12 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Love/Friendship Compilation" (Also 2/9 10:30AM, 2/12 5:30AM, 2/12 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/9 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Forces Of Nature "Shape" (R) (Also 2/9 11AM)
 

Tuesday | February 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  America Reframed "Pahokee" (Also 2/10 12AM, 2/10 8AM, 2/13 10PM, 2/14 2AM, 2/14 9AM)
 
10:00PM  Made Here "I Am From Here" (R)
This film, commissioned by the Vermont-NEA, is intended to support actions by schools and communities to address racial disparities, bias, and other issues of equity regarding students and staff of color.
 
10:35PM  Made Here "Nancy's Workshop" (R)
Once a month, Nancy Falaise leads a private workshop at her Montreal salon for young girls of colour struggling to love their natural hair.
 
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 2/10 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Pahokee" (Also 2/10 8AM, 2/13 10PM, 2/14 2AM, 2/14 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  Talking Black In America (R) (Also 2/10 10AM, 2/13 5AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/10 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  We Knew What We Had: The Greatest Jazz Story Ne (R) (Also 2/10 11AM)
 

Wednesday | February 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  Marian Anderson: Once In A Hundred Years
The life of contralto Marian Andersonone and her struggles against racism and poverty are explored.
 
  9:30PM  Abba Forever -- A Celebration (R)
Celebrate the supergroup with Neil Sedaka, Donny Osmond, Tim Rice and the band members themselves.
 
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 2/11 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Kindred Spirits: Artists Hilda Wilkinson Brown (Also 2/11 8AM, 2/13 1:30PM)
 
12:30AM  Independent Lens "Women In Blue" (Also 2/11 8:30AM, 2/13 12PM)
 
  2:00AM  Frontline "President Biden" (Also 2/11 10AM, 2/14 5PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/11 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Singular (R) (Also 2/11 11AM)
 

Thursday | February 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  Outdoor Journal "Otter Creek Classic, Fairlee Marsh WMA, Yankee Sportsman Classic" (R)
Fly fishing "paper tournament" on Otter Creek; Yankee Sportsman's Classic; Fairlee Marsh Wildlife Management Area
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Hildene Gardens/Abenaki Pow-Wow/Morgan Horses" (R)
Heirloom flower gardens, with Judy Paris of Hildene in Manchester; an Abenaki pow-wow in Montpelier; and Ivan and Sandie Beattie of Manchester, who raise Morgan horses.
 
  9:00PM  From The Archives: Points North "Ice Fishing/Ice Wall/Pellett" (R)
A portrait of an ice fishing shantytown, and a look at a challenging winter sport on an ice wall in Smuggler's Notch, with ice climber and outdoor photographer Alden Pellett of Burlington.
 
  9:30PM  From The Archives: Crossroads
From the Archives (1981 - 1994): A fast-paced, upbeat magazine show for and about Vermonters. The series focuses on the positive aspects of life in Vermont. Topics include profiles of distinctive ...
 
10:00PM  Feast In The Making "Episode 6" (R)
Host Sean Buchanan visits the Riverview Cafe in Brattleboro, Vt., whose menu is filled with local culinary delights; Jasper Hill Farms in Greensboro, Vt., an old dairy farm rebuilt into an artisan cheese making operation; and another famed local establishment, Elements in St. Johnsbury, Vt.
 
10:30PM  From The Archives: 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 2/12 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Beyond The Elements On Nova "Indestructible" (Also 2/12 8AM)
 
  1:00AM  Europe's New Wild "Return Of The Titans" (Also 2/12 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  Forces Of Nature "Elements" (R) (Also 2/12 10AM, 2/16 5AM, 2/16 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/12 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Local, USA (Also 2/12 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Love/Friendship Compilation" (Also 2/12 11:30AM)
 

Friday | February 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  The David Rubenstein Show: Peer To Peer Convers "Melinda Gates"
Join financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein as he talks with the most influential leaders in business to uncover their stories and their paths to success. Each episode features an interview ...
 
  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 2/14 2:30PM)
 
  9:00PM  In Concert At The Hollywood Bowl "Musica Sin Fronters (Music Without Borders)"
Vin Scully narrates "Lincoln Portrait" with Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
 
10:00PM  Dave Chappelle: The Mark Twain Prize (R)
The 22nd annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor is presented to comedian Dave Chappelle.
 
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 2/13 3AM)
 
12:30AM  POV Shorts "Positive Images" (R)
 
  1:00AM  Korla (R) (Also 2/13 9AM, 2/17 5AM, 2/17 11AM)
 
  2:00AM  Hollywood's Architect: The Paul R. Williams Sto (R) (Also 2/13 10AM, 2/18 5AM, 2/18 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/15 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Talking Black In America (R)
 

Saturday | February 13
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion (Also 2/13 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 2/13 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/14 6:30AM, 2/14 2PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 2/14 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  In Their Own Words "Muhammad Ali" (R) (Also 2/13 2PM)
 
  9:00AM  Korla (R) (Also 2/17 5AM, 2/17 11AM)
 
10:00AM  Hollywood's Architect: The Paul R. Williams Sto (R) (Also 2/18 5AM, 2/18 11AM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "Women In Blue"
 
  1:30PM  Kindred Spirits: Artists Hilda Wilkinson Brown
An African American aunt and niece who became accomplished artists and educators are profiled.
 
  2:00PM  In Their Own Words "Muhammad Ali" (R)
Muhammad Ali's boxing successes, conversion to Islam and Parkinson's disease are explored.
 
  3:00PM  Jazz "Swing: The Velocity Of Celebration (1937-1939)"
As the Great Depression deepens, jazz thrives. The saxophone emerges as an iconic instrument. (Also 2/14 6PM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
Wes Cowan decodes the message and the strategy behind a U.S. World War II propaganda leaflet.
 
  6:00PM  Antiques Roadshow "Vintage Orlando Hour 1"
James McNeill Whistler artwork and Presidents Kennedy and Johnson-signed photos are appraised.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "The Shirts On Their Backs"
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. reveals the immigrant roots of actors Tony Shalhoub and Christopher Meloni. (Also 2/15 1AM, 2/15 9AM)
 
  8:00PM  American Experience "Goin' Back To T-Town"
The history of Greenwood, a successful Black community in segregated Tulsa, is explored. (Also 2/14 12AM)
 
  9:00PM  Independent Lens "Cooked: Survival By Zip Code" (R)
Learn the story of a heat wave that overtook Chicago in July 1995, killing 739 residents. (Also 2/14 1AM)
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "Pahokee" (Also 2/14 2AM, 2/14 9AM)
 
12:00AM  American Experience "Goin' Back To T-Town"
 
  1:00AM  Independent Lens "Cooked: Survival By Zip Code" (R)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Pahokee" (Also 2/14 9AM)
 
  4:00AM  Independent Lens "Hale County This Morning, This Evening" (R)
 
  5:30AM  POV Shorts "The Changing Same" (R)
 

Sunday | February 14
 
  6:00AM  On Story "A Conversation With David Benioff And D.b. Weiss" (R) (Also 2/14 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/14 2PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 2/14 3PM, 2/21 7:30AM, 2/21 3PM, 2/28 7:30AM, 2/28 3PM)
 
  8:00AM  Dw Focus On Europe
 
  8:30AM  Dw Global 3000 (Also 2/14 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Pahokee"
 
11:00AM  The Chavis Chronicles
 
11:30AM  Laura Flanders Show
 
12:00PM  Articulate With Jim Cotter "Their Way"
 
12:30PM  MN Original "Nora Mcinerny And Come Through"
 
  1:00PM  The Future Of America's Past
In THE FUTURE OF AMERICA'S PAST, notable scholar Ed Ayers takes viewers to the sites of complex and evocative chapters in American history. Throughout the series, Ayers meets with public historians ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Michigan Fields"
Michigan Fields connects people with locally sourced and grown grocery products.
 
  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
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 2/21 7:30AM, 2/21 3PM, 2/28 7:30AM, 2/28 3PM)
 
  3:30PM  Earth Focus "Sea Level Rising: Living With Water" (R)
There is a movement brewing in New Orleans to build adaptive resilience zones for sea level rise.
 
  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 "A Conversation With David Benioff And D.b. Weiss" (R)
Series' co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss detail the process of adapting Game of Thrones
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "President Biden"
The story of how crisis and tragedy prepared Joe Biden to become America's next president.
 
  6:00PM  Jazz "Swing: The Velocity Of Celebration (1937-1939)"
As the Great Depression deepens, jazz thrives. The saxophone emerges as an iconic instrument.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Die Walkure" (R)
In a historic first for any major performing arts institution in this country or abroad, the Metropolitan Opera this season will transmit six of its Saturday matinee performances live in high ...
 
12:00AM  Nature "The Alps: Winter's Fortress" (Also 2/15 8AM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "The Shirts On Their Backs" (Also 2/15 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Black Like Me" (R) (Also 2/15 10AM)
 
  3:00AM  Al Capone: Icon (R) (Also 2/15 11AM)
 
  4:00AM  Thomas Sowell: Common Sense In A Senseless Worl
 
  5:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Short Films" (R)
 

Monday | February 15
 
  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 "Jack & Christine Lazor" (R)
Jack and Christine Lazor, represent two generations from Butterworks Farm, a lauded model of self sufficient, organic farming for 25 years, set in the Northeast Kingdom.
 
  9:00PM  A Vermont Romance (R)
This 100 year old film was the first shot in Vermont, and was newly restored by The Vermont Archive Movie Project in 2016, featuring a new music by Bob Merrill.
 
10:00PM  Made Here "Death In The Wilderness: A Love Story" (R)
A Vermont woman searches for the body of her husband killed in the Civil War.
 
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 2/16 3AM)
 
12:00AM  George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Life (R) (Also 2/16 8AM, 2/21 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  Beyond Barbados: The Carolina Connection (R) (Also 2/16 9AM, 2/21 5AM, 2/22 3AM, 2/22 11AM)
 
  2:00AM  Local, USA (Also 2/16 10AM, 2/19 5AM, 2/19 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Growing Up Black Part 2" (Also 2/16 10:30AM, 2/19 5:30AM, 2/19 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/16 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Forces Of Nature "Elements" (R) (Also 2/16 11AM)
 

Tuesday | February 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  America Reframed "Baddddd Sonia Sanchez" (R)
For 80-year-old Sonia Sanchez, writing is both a personal and political act. She emerged as a seminal figure in the 1960s Black Arts Movement, raising her voice in the name of black culture, civil ... (Also 2/17 12AM, 2/17 8AM, 2/20 10PM, 2/21 2AM, 2/21 9AM)
 
10:00PM  Made Here "Women's Stories: A Short Film Showcase" (R)
A showcase of five short films from New England celebrating women's stories and perspectives.
 
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 2/17 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Baddddd Sonia Sanchez" (R) (Also 2/17 8AM, 2/20 10PM, 2/21 2AM, 2/21 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  Reel South "All Skinfolk Ain't Kinfolk" (R) (Also 2/17 10AM, 2/20 5AM, 2/20 1:30PM)
 
  2:30AM  Reel South "Unmarked" (R) (Also 2/17 10:30AM, 2/20 5:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/17 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Korla (R) (Also 2/17 11AM)
 

Wednesday | February 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  Maya Angelou: American Masters
Journey through the prolific life of the "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" author and activist.
 
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 2/18 3AM)
 
12:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Twelve Disciples Of Nelson Mandela And Spit On The" (R) (Also 2/18 8AM, 2/20 12PM)
 
  1:30AM  Independent Lens "Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story Of Black Colleg" (R) (Also 2/18 9:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/18 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Hollywood's Architect: The Paul R. Williams Sto (R) (Also 2/18 11AM)
 

Thursday | February 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  Outdoor Journal "Fly Fishing Camp, Paddle Boarding, Steam Mill Brook WMA, Baby Turtle Release" (R)
Baby spiny softshell turtles released; Lake Champlain stand-up paddleboarding; fly-fishing teens at Quimby Country.
 
  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  From The Archives: Points North "Smokey House/M. And A. Webb/Snow Geese" (R)
A visit to Smokey House Center in Danby, 5,000 acres of farm and forest where teenagers learn to become stewards of the land; an interview with Marshall and Alec Webb of Shelburne Farms; and a visit to Dead Creek in Addison, Vt., to observe the thousands of snow geese that rest and feed at the wildlife sanctuary on their annual migration south.
 
  9:30PM  From The Archives: Crossroads "Rough Terrain" (R)
Visit the Kettler ranch in South Woodbury and witness the process of building of a custom horse drawn rough-terrain cart.
 
10:00PM  From The Archives: Earth Work "Making Good Money" (R)
Features four small businesses that have found creative, imaginary ways to be successful while doing positive things for the environment.
 
10:30PM  From The Archives: Guest Of The House "Andre Gagnon" (R)
Canadian Jazz/Classical pianist.
 
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 2/19 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Beyond The Elements On Nova "Life" (Also 2/19 8AM)
 
  1:00AM  Europe's New Wild "The Land Of The Snow And Ice" (Also 2/19 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  Forces Of Nature "Color" (R) (Also 2/19 10AM, 2/23 5AM, 2/23 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/19 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Local, USA (Also 2/19 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Growing Up Black Part 2" (Also 2/19 11:30AM)
 

Friday | February 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  The David Rubenstein Show: Peer To Peer Convers "Aliko Dangote"
Join financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein as he talks with the most influential leaders in business to uncover their stories and their paths to success. Each episode features an interview ...
 
  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 2/21 2:30PM)
 
  9:00PM  Driving While Black: Race, Space And Mobility I (R)
Discover how the advent of the automobile brought new freedoms and new perils for African Americans.
 
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 2/20 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Black Ballerina (R) (Also 2/20 8AM, 2/20 2PM, 2/24 5AM, 2/24 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  American Experience "Voice Of Freedom" (Also 2/20 9AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/22 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Reel South "All Skinfolk Ain't Kinfolk" (R) (Also 2/20 1:30PM)
 
  5:30AM  Reel South "Unmarked" (R)
 

Saturday | February 20
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion (Also 2/20 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 2/20 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/21 6:30AM, 2/21 2PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 2/21 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Black Ballerina (R) (Also 2/20 2PM, 2/24 5AM, 2/24 11AM)
 
  9:00AM  American Experience "Voice Of Freedom"
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion
 
12:00PM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Twelve Disciples Of Nelson Mandela And Spit On The" (R)
 
  1:30PM  Reel South "All Skinfolk Ain't Kinfolk" (R)
News footage and archival footage highlight the story of the 2017 runoff for mayor of New Orleans.
 
  2:00PM  Black Ballerina (R)
The stories of several black women from different generations who fell in love with ballet are told. (Also 2/24 5AM, 2/24 11AM)
 
  3:00PM  Jazz "Dedicated To Chaos (1940-1945)"
As racial conflict in America heats up, the center of jazz in NY moves from Harlem to 52nd Street. (Also 2/21 6PM)
 
  5:00PM  The Legacy List With Matt Paxton "Anne Manley / Richmond, Va" (R)
The team helps Anne locate her collection of sharks' teeth, her father's book of poetry and more.
 
  6:00PM  Antiques Roadshow "Vintage Orlando Hour 2"
Outstanding items include a Fern Isabel Coppedge oil and a Tiffany Studios mosaic glass inkwell.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Write My Name In The Book Of Life"
Musician Pharrell Williams and filmmaker Kasi Lemmons uncover accounts of their enslaved ancestors. (Also 2/22 1AM, 2/22 9AM)
 
  8:00PM  Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our So "Episode 1"
The roots of African American religion, beginning with the trans-Atlantic slave trade, are explored. (Also 2/21 12AM)
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "Baddddd Sonia Sanchez" (R)
For 80-year-old Sonia Sanchez, writing is both a personal and political act. She emerged as a seminal figure in the 1960s Black Arts Movement, raising her voice in the name of black culture, civil ... (Also 2/21 2AM, 2/21 9AM)
 
12:00AM  Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our So "Episode 1"
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Baddddd Sonia Sanchez" (R) (Also 2/21 9AM)
 
  4:00AM  George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Life (R)
 
  5:00AM  Beyond Barbados: The Carolina Connection (R) (Also 2/22 3AM, 2/22 11AM)
 

Sunday | February 21
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Creed: A New Legend" (R) (Also 2/21 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/21 2PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 2/21 3PM, 2/28 7:30AM, 2/28 3PM)
 
  8:00AM  Dw Focus On Europe (Also 2/23 7:30AM)
 
  8:30AM  Dw Global 3000 (Also 2/21 4PM, 2/23 7AM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Baddddd Sonia Sanchez" (R)
 
11:00AM  The Chavis Chronicles
 
11:30AM  Laura Flanders Show
 
12:00PM  Articulate With Jim Cotter "From The Mouths Of Poets"
 
12:30PM  MN Original "Karen Charles Dances And Stokley Williams"
 
  1:00PM  The Future Of America's Past (R)
In THE FUTURE OF AMERICA'S PAST, notable scholar Ed Ayers takes viewers to the sites of complex and evocative chapters in American history. Throughout the series, Ayers meets with public historians ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "The Kitchen By Cooking With Que" (R)
Quiana "Que" Broden is the owner of a vegan restaurant and cooking school called "The Kitchen."
 
  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
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 2/28 7:30AM, 2/28 3PM)
 
  3:30PM  Earth Focus "Climate Migration" (R)
Populations from Mongolia to Mexico are dramatically shifting as climate change drives migration.
 
  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 2/23 7AM)
 
  4:30PM  On Story "Creed: A New Legend" (R)
Writer Aaron Covington discusses how he and director Ryan Coogler came up with the idea for Creed.
 
  5:00PM  Amen! Music Of The Black Church
Explore the authentic spiritual experience of African American gospel music in the one-hour performance documentary AMEN! MUSIC OF THE BLACK CHURCH. Taped before a live audience at the Second Baptist ... (Also 2/21 11PM)
 
  6:00PM  Jazz "Dedicated To Chaos (1940-1945)" (R)
As racial conflict in America heats up, the center of jazz in NY moves from Harlem to 52nd Street.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Dialogues Des Carmelites" (R)
In a historic first for any major performing arts institution in this country or abroad, the Metropolitan Opera this season will transmit six of its Saturday matinee performances live in high ...
 
11:00PM  Amen! Music Of The Black Church
Explore the authentic spiritual experience of African American gospel music in the one-hour performance documentary AMEN! MUSIC OF THE BLACK CHURCH. Taped before a live audience at the Second Baptist ...
 
12:00AM  Nature "Equus: Story Of The Horse: Origins" (R) (Also 2/22 8AM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Write My Name In The Book Of Life" (Also 2/22 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Freedom Tales" (R) (Also 2/22 10AM)
 
  3:00AM  Beyond Barbados: The Carolina Connection (R) (Also 2/22 11AM)
 
  4:00AM  Fat Boy: The Billy Stewart Story (Also 2/25 5AM, 2/25 11AM)
 
  5:00AM  Prince Among Slaves
 

Monday | February 22
 
  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 "Tanya Lee Stone" (R)
Tanya Lee Stone of South Burlington is a former editor and award-winning author of nearly 90 books for young readers, including books about Amelia Earhart, Ella Fitzgerald, and the earliest women ...
 
  9:00PM  Made Here "Here Am I, Send Me: The Story Of Jonathan Daniels" (R)
The story of Jonathan Daniels, whose dedication to social justice was tragically cut short in 1965 when he was shot while protecting the life of a young African American woman.
 
10:00PM  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.
 
10:30PM  Made Here "Meet The Makers" (R)
The Vermont Food Venture Center profiles local farm and food entrepreneurs.
 
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 2/23 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Ghosts Of Amistad: In The Footsteps Of The Rebe (R) (Also 2/23 8AM, 2/28 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Gilda Brasileiro: Against Oblivion" (R) (Also 2/23 9AM, 2/28 5AM)
 
  2:00AM  Local, USA "States Of America: Connection" (R) (Also 2/23 10AM, 2/26 5AM, 2/26 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Good Kind Of Trouble" (Also 2/23 10:30AM, 2/26 5:30AM, 2/26 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/23 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Forces Of Nature "Color" (R) (Also 2/23 11AM)
 

Tuesday | February 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  America Reframed "Where The Pavement Ends" (R)
Where The Pavement Ends transports viewers to Missouri towns Kinloch and Ferguson, examining the shared histories and deep racial divides affecting both. Through archival audio recordings, ... (Also 2/24 12AM, 2/24 8AM, 2/27 10PM, 2/28 2AM, 2/28 9AM)
 
  9:30PM  Made Here "The Photo Lounge Chronicles: Dan Higgins" (R)
A profile of photographer Dan Higgins, and his work to reveal the social impact of Winooski's many attempts to redevelop the downtown.
 
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 2/24 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Where The Pavement Ends" (R) (Also 2/24 8AM, 2/27 10PM, 2/28 2AM, 2/28 9AM)
 
  1:30AM  Justice In Chester (R) (Also 2/24 9:30AM, 2/27 1:30PM, 2/28 3:30AM, 2/28 10:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  The Long Shadow (R) (Also 2/24 10AM, 2/27 5AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/24 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Black Ballerina (R) (Also 2/24 11AM)
 

Wednesday | February 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  Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show (R)
Celebrate the magic in this powerful and stirring reinvention of the Irish music and dance show.
 
10:00PM  Aging Backwards 2 With Miranda Esmonde-White (R)
Miranda Esmonde-White uses n science to help put an end to this defeatist attitude towards aging.
 
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 2/25 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Heard (Also 2/25 8AM)
 
  1:30AM  Independent Lens "Mr. Soul!" (Also 2/25 9:30AM, 2/26 9PM, 2/27 12PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/25 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Fat Boy: The Billy Stewart Story (Also 2/25 11AM)
 

Thursday | February 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  Outdoor Journal "LCI Derby, Orvis Wing Shooting, Turner Hill WMA" (R)
The LCI Father's Day Fishing Derby; wing shooters hone their skills at Orvis school; Turner Hill Wildlife Management Area.
 
  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  From The Archives: Points North "Vt. Cooking School/Cold Regions Lab/Bill Lee"
Tips for healthy holiday cooking, with Jane Kirby of the Vermont Cooking School in Charlotte, Vt.; a visit to the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory in Hanover, N.H.; and an interview with former Boston Red Sox pitcher Bill Lee of Craftsbury, Vt.
 
  9:30PM  From The Archives: Crossroads "Studio" (R)
A profile of the Vermont Studio Center's October, 1990 session and the experiences of participants.
 
10:00PM  From The Archives: Earth Work "Dual Bottom Line" (R)
Follow businesses based on the "Dual Bottom Line": the amount of money a company makes and how much social change a company undertakes.
 
10:30PM  From The Archives: Guest Of The House "Pete Smith Band" (R)
Artist and songwriter, Pete Smith performs original folk style material with his Winooski-based band.
 
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 2/26 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Mars 2020" (Also 2/26 8AM)
 
  1:00AM  Europe's New Wild "Europe's Amazon" (Also 2/26 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  Forces Of Nature "Motion" (R) (Also 2/26 10AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/26 5PM)
 
  5:00AM  Local, USA "States Of America: Connection" (R) (Also 2/26 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Good Kind Of Trouble" (Also 2/26 11:30AM)
 

Friday | February 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  The David Rubenstein Show: Peer To Peer Convers "Jack Nicklaus"
Join financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein as he talks with the most influential leaders in business to uncover their stories and their paths to success. Each episode features an interview ...
 
  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 2/28 2:30PM)
 
  9:00PM  Independent Lens "Mr. Soul!"
SOUL!, the public television variety show that shared Black culture with the nation, is celebrated. (Also 2/27 12PM)
 
10:30PM  Beyond The Canvas (R)
 
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 2/27 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Queen Of Swing (R) (Also 2/27 8AM, 2/27 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Dream Land: Little Rock's West 9th Street (R) (Also 2/27 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Mama Africa: Miriam Makeba!" (R) (Also 2/27 10AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  The Long Shadow (R)
 

Saturday | February 27
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion (Also 2/27 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 2/27 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/28 6:30AM, 2/28 2PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 2/28 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Queen Of Swing (R) (Also 2/27 2PM)
 
  9:00AM  Dream Land: Little Rock's West 9th Street (R)
 
10:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Mama Africa: Miriam Makeba!" (R)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "Mr. Soul!"
 
  1:30PM  Justice In Chester (R)
Residents organized to stop the permitting of waste treatment facilities in Chester, Pennsylvania. (Also 2/28 3:30AM, 2/28 10:30AM)
 
  2:00PM  Queen Of Swing (R)
The life and career of Jazz Age trailblazer, actress and dancer Norma Miller are highlighted.
 
  3:00PM  Jazz "Risk (1945-1955)"
Jazz becomes a symbol of American democracy abroad. At home, the music breaks into different camps. (Also 2/28 6PM)
 
  5:00PM  The Legacy List With Matt Paxton "Lenis Northmore / Newark, De" (R)
The team helps a retired art historian locate her most prized items and find a place to put them.
 
  6:00PM  Antiques Roadshow "Vintage Spokane Hour 1"
Fantastic finds include a 1905 Spokane bird's-eye view lithograph and Abraham Lincoln letters.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Country Roots"
The diverse backgrounds of country music icons Clint Black and Rosanne Cash are explored.
 
  8:00PM  Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our So "Episode 2"
Discover how the Black church expanded to address social inequality and minister to those in need. (Also 2/28 12AM)
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "Where The Pavement Ends" (R)
Where The Pavement Ends transports viewers to Missouri towns Kinloch and Ferguson, examining the shared histories and deep racial divides affecting both. Through archival audio recordings, ... (Also 2/28 2AM, 2/28 9AM)
 
12:00AM  Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our So "Episode 2"
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Where The Pavement Ends" (R) (Also 2/28 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Justice In Chester (R) (Also 2/28 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  Ghosts Of Amistad: In The Footsteps Of The Rebe (R)
 
  5:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Gilda Brasileiro: Against Oblivion" (R)
 

Sunday | February 28
 
  6:00AM  On Story "A Conversation With Mark Frost" (R) (Also 2/28 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/28 2PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 2/28 3PM)
 
  8:00AM  Dw Focus On Europe
 
  8:30AM  Dw Global 3000 (Also 2/28 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Where The Pavement Ends" (R)
 
10:30AM  Justice In Chester (R)
 
11:00AM  The Chavis Chronicles
 
11:30AM  Laura Flanders Show
 
12:00PM  Articulate With Jim Cotter "Drawing Meaning From Life"
 
12:30PM  MN Original "Laurie Van Wieren And Lazerbeak"
 
  1:00PM  The Future Of America's Past "School Interrupted" (R)
In THE FUTURE OF AMERICA'S PAST, notable scholar Ed Ayers takes viewers to the sites of complex and evocative chapters in American history. Throughout the series, Ayers meets with public historians ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Yakovich Outdoors" (R)
John Yakovich decided to take his love of fishing and turn it into a family business in Michigan.
 
  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
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 ...
 
  3:30PM  Earth Focus "City Planning" (R)
Two cities, San Francisco and Freetown, brace for climate change using different methodologies.
 
  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 "A Conversation With Mark Frost" (R)
Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost talks about the impact of the original cult favorite show.
 
  5:00PM  Charley Pride: American Masters (R)
The life of Charley Pride sheds light on the complicated history of the American South and its music.
 
  6:00PM  Jazz "Risk (1945-1955)"
Jazz becomes a symbol of American democracy abroad. At home, the music breaks into different camps.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Manon" (R)
In a historic first for any major performing arts institution in this country or abroad, the Metropolitan Opera this season will transmit six of its Saturday matinee performances live in high ...
 
11:00PM  The Jazz Ambassadors
Dizzy Gillespie and more jazz greats combated racially charged Soviet propaganda through their music.