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Vermont PBS Plus - Program Schedule | January 2019

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Tuesday | January 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  Saving Brinton: America Reframed
History teacher Mike Zahs uncovers a trove of 19th century showreels of one of America's first motion picture impresarios, William Franklin Brinton. Zahs sets out to restore these showreels and ... (Also 1/2 12AM, 1/2 8AM, 1/2 2PM, 1/5 10PM, 1/6 2AM, 1/6 9AM)
 
  9:00PM  Nothing Like Dreaming
A Vermont teenager, grieving over the death of her best friend, seeks refuge with an outsider artist who is deemed dangerous because of his mental health history.
 
10:40PM  The Ill-Made Knight (R)
Fictional VT short featuring a young girl fighting to save the forest she loves from a logging company.
 
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 1/2 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Saving Brinton: America Reframed (Also 1/2 8AM, 1/2 2PM, 1/5 10PM, 1/6 2AM, 1/6 9AM)
 
  1:00AM  Korla (R) (Also 1/2 9AM, 1/2 3PM, 1/6 3AM, 1/6 10AM, 1/7 4AM)
 
  2:00AM  Mark Twain's Journey To Jerusalem: Dreamland (R) (Also 1/2 10AM, 1/2 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Craft In America "Holiday" (Also 1/2 11AM)
 

Wednesday | January 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  Ken Burns: America's Storyteller "The War" (R)
Tom Hanks celebrates filmmaker Ken Burns while exploring the depth and breadth of Burns's work,
 
10:00PM  Wings Over Grand Canyon (R)
This aerial journey captures an endless variety of stunning imagery of landscapes, lakes and canyons.
 
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 1/3 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Chasing The Dream: A PBS Newshour Weekend Speci (R) (Also 1/3 8AM, 1/3 2PM, 1/5 12PM, 1/8 5AM, 1/8 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  Against All Odds: The Fight For A Black Middle (R) (Also 1/3 9AM, 1/3 3PM, 1/5 5AM, 1/5 1PM, 1/9 5AM, 1/9 11AM)
 
  2:00AM  Frontline "Left Behind America" (Also 1/3 10AM, 1/3 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Fire in the Forest: The Life and Legacy of the Ba'al Shem Tov (R) (Also 1/3 11AM)
 

Thursday | January 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  Outdoor Journal "Longnose Gar, Black Spot Disease, Spruce Grouse" (R)
Lawrence Pyne fishes for longnose gar on Lake Champlain. The surprising life cycle of the parasitic Black Spot disease. A look at the Vermont Fish & Wildlife program to re-introduce the endangered spruce grouse.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Storytelling/Wild Edibles/Bird-Friendly Landscapin" (R)
Timeless storytelling with Tim Jennings and Leanne Ponder of Burlington; harvesting wild edibles with Nova Kim and Les Hook of Glover; and bird-friendly landscaping with Frank Oatman of Craftsbury.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Archaeologists/Studio Potter/Hinda Miller"
Exploring a quarry in Monkton with the Archaeology Consulting Team of Essex, Vt.; Gerry and Julie Williams of Dunbarton, N.H., publishers of Studio Potter magazine; and an interview with Hinda Miller of Burlington, entrepreneur and co-inventor of the Jog-Bra.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "Fanning"
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 ...
 
10:00PM  Pass It On "Heritage In The Eighties"
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 ...
 
10:30PM  Stories On The Road To Proficiency (R)
Students and educators at three Vermont high schools make the shift to proficiency-based learning.
 
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 1/4 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Beyond Pluto" (Also 1/4 8AM, 1/4 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  James Watson: American Masters (Also 1/4 9AM, 1/4 3PM)
 
  2:30AM  Untold Stories: Mina Miller Edison, The Wizard' (Also 1/4 10:30AM, 1/4 4:30PM, 1/13 1:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  POV Shorts "Positive Images" (Also 1/4 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Road Trip" (R) (Also 1/4 11:30AM)
 

Friday | January 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  Legends Of American Skiing (R)
From the gold camps of the high Sierras in the mid 1800's through the hell bent racing day of the 30's this show takes viewers on a thrilling rundown the slopes of history. rare, authentic footage and exclusive interviews with some of the men and women who made downhill history combine in this one hour documentary to chronicle the birth and development of one of America's greatest sports. (Also 1/11 10PM)
 
  9:00PM  Passion for Snow (R)
Vermont filmmaker Rick Moulton explores a century of U.S. skiing and snow sports, with a focus on the innovative contributions of New Hampshire's Dartmouth College. (Also 1/18 10PM)
 
10:00PM  Thrills and Spills in the North Country (R)
A look at the history of winter sport in the Northeast, including winter sports champions and ghosts of forgotten resorts. (Also 1/11 9PM)
 
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 1/5 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go To War (R) (Also 1/5 8AM, 1/5 2PM, 1/7 4PM)
 
  1:00AM  We'll Meet Again "Escape From Cuba" (Also 1/5 9AM, 1/5 3PM, 1/5 7PM)
 
  2:00AM  The Fidel Castro Tapes (R) (Also 1/5 10AM, 1/5 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Against All Odds: The Fight For A Black Middle (R) (Also 1/5 1PM, 1/9 5AM, 1/9 11AM)
 

Saturday | January 5
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Corneal Transplant" (Also 1/5 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 1/5 11AM, 1/8 6AM, 1/8 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 1/6 6:30AM, 1/6 2PM, 1/9 6AM, 1/9 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 1/6 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go To War (R) (Also 1/5 2PM, 1/7 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  We'll Meet Again "Escape From Cuba" (Also 1/5 3PM, 1/5 7PM)
 
10:00AM  The Fidel Castro Tapes (R) (Also 1/5 4PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 1/8 6AM, 1/8 1PM)
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Corneal Transplant"
 
12:00PM  Chasing The Dream: A PBS Newshour Weekend Speci (R) (Also 1/8 5AM, 1/8 11AM)
 
  1:00PM  Against All Odds: The Fight For A Black Middle (R)
New York Times Journalist Bob Herbert narrates this documentary about the extraordinary difficulty African-Americans have faced in their efforts to establish and maintain a middle class standard of ... (Also 1/9 5AM, 1/9 11AM)
 
  2:00PM  Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go To War (R)
This film tells the inside story of the Cuban Missile Crisis, exploring how in October 1962 the earth teetered on the very brink of nuclear holocaust. The documentary brings to life the three central ... (Also 1/7 4PM)
 
  3:00PM  We'll Meet Again "Escape From Cuba"
Two men search for the people who helped them come to the U.S. when they fled Castro's Cuba. (Also 1/5 7PM)
 
  4:00PM  The Fidel Castro Tapes (R)
The Fidel Castro Tapes is a film that takes viewers on a journey like none other. This program uses only news and documentary footage -- past and present -- to detail the life and times of one of the ...
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
A Club Continental business card may shed light on California's prohibition-era underground.
 
  6:00PM  First Peoples "Africa" (R)
Research suggests that humans evolved in many places across the African continent at the same time.
 
  7:00PM  We'll Meet Again "Escape From Cuba"
Two men search for the people who helped them come to the U.S. when they fled Castro's Cuba.
 
  8:00PM  My Mother's Early Lovers
A young Vermont woman explores her mother's past and uncovers a secret at the heart of her family's history. Based on an autobiographical memoir by Sybil Smith, the film suggests that the truth-no matter how painful-provides a path to redemption.
 
10:00PM  Saving Brinton: America Reframed
History teacher Mike Zahs uncovers a trove of 19th century showreels of one of America's first motion picture impresarios, William Franklin Brinton. Zahs sets out to restore these showreels and ... (Also 1/6 2AM, 1/6 9AM)
 
11:00PM  The Hanji Box
Drama centering aroung the stormy relationship between a mother and her adopted teenage daughter is complicated by issues of adoption. When an object of great significance to the daughter is broken, the mother travels to New York's Koreatown to see if she can get it fixed. A charismatic Korean artist and an adventure of cultural immersion, and adoption--her own--await her. (Also 1/19 9PM)
 
12:00AM  Sidney Lumet: American Masters (R)
 
  2:00AM  Saving Brinton: America Reframed (Also 1/6 9AM)
 
  3:00AM  Korla (R) (Also 1/6 10AM, 1/7 4AM)
 
  4:00AM  Buddha (R)
 

Sunday | January 6
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Trail Stories: The Making Of Lonesome Dove" (R) (Also 1/6 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 1/6 2PM, 1/9 6AM, 1/9 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 1/6 3PM, 1/7 6:30AM, 1/7 1:30PM, 1/13 7:30AM, 1/13 3PM, 1/14 6:30AM, 1/14 1:30PM, 1/20 7:30AM, 1/20 3PM, 1/21 6:30AM, 1/21 1:30PM, 1/27 7:30AM, 1/27 3PM, 1/28 6:30AM, 1/28 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 1/6 3:30PM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 1/6 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  Saving Brinton: America Reframed
 
10:00AM  Korla (R) (Also 1/7 4AM)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Dennis Palumbo - Dark Mirror" (Also 1/13 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Jacob Zighelboim, Md - Paradise Lost, Paradise Reg" (R)
 
12:00PM  This American Land "Louisiana's Coastline, Nutrient Runoff, Poultry Li"
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Mayville" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
Reporter Jason Shoultz checks out how your garden grows with a look at how large nurseries develop floral and vegetable plants for your back yard. Travel to North Carolina where one nursery uses ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Grassroots Ranch / Tulsa, Ok" (R)
Daniel Rose wanted to help people, so he went to school to become a nurse. Watching the countless cases that he felt could have been avoided through a better diet he decided to change the course of ...
 
  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 1/9 6AM, 1/9 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 1/7 6:30AM, 1/7 1:30PM, 1/13 7:30AM, 1/13 3PM, 1/14 6:30AM, 1/14 1:30PM, 1/20 7:30AM, 1/20 3PM, 1/21 6:30AM, 1/21 1:30PM, 1/27 7:30AM, 1/27 3PM, 1/28 6:30AM, 1/28 1:30PM)
 
  3:30PM  Focus On Europe
With Focus on Europe, DW has developed a new program that adds a more personal touch to the issues affecting people across the continent. The weekly magazine which replaced European Journal in ...
 
  4:00PM  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 "Trail Stories: The Making Of Lonesome Dove" (R)
Producer Suzanne de Passe, screenwriter Bill Wittliff, and crew share stories about the making of Lonesome Dove, the movie adapted from the NYT bestselling novel by Larry McMurtry. From Tommy Lee ...
 
  5:00PM  Great Performances "From Vienna: The New Year's Celebration 2019"
The Vienna Philharmonic performs Strauss Family waltzes accompanied by the Vienna City Ballet.
 
  6:30PM  Symphony For Nature: The Britt Orchestra At Cra
More than 130 musicians perform at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon in July 2016.
 
  7:00PM  Destination Craft With Jim West "United Arab Emirates" (R)
Jim and the crafters visit a camel milk chocolate factory and learn the process of crafting gypsum.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Rome: Ancient Glory" (R)
Marvel at the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the empire's exquisite art and bike on the Appian Way.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "The Pearl Fishers" (R)
Diana Damrau stars as Leila in Bizet's lush, melodic romance. Matthew Polenzani also stars.
 
10:30PM  Music Voyager "Yellow Roads Of Italy: Florence Through Tuscany" (R)
The "Yellow Roads of Italy" is traveled from Rome, Umbria, Siena, Cinque Terre and into Florence.
 
11:00PM  Great Conversations "Malcolm Nance And Ned Price"
Malcolm Nance discusses The Plot to Hack America with Ned Price of National Security Action.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Fox Tales" (R) (Also 1/7 8AM, 1/7 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Independent Lens "Dogtown Redemption" (R) (Also 1/7 9AM, 1/7 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  POV "All The Difference" (R) (Also 1/7 10AM)
 
  3:30AM  POV Shorts "Money Rules" (R) (Also 1/7 11:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  Korla (R)
 
  5:00AM  Evening With Valerie Jarrett (R) (Also 1/10 5AM, 1/10 11AM)
 

Monday | January 7
 
  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 "Gaye Symington"
Gaye Symington of Jericho is two term Speaker of the Vermont House of Representatives and Democratic candidate in 2008 for Governor of Vermont.
 
  9:00PM  Stories From The Slopes
A nostalgic look back at the golden era of alpine skiing in Western Massachusetts. (Also 1/11 8PM, 1/25 10PM)
 
  9:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Norway's West: Fjords, Mountains And Bergen" (R)
Sail under towering fjord cliffs, hike on powerful glaciers and explore historic Bergen. (Also 1/11 8:30PM, 1/25 10:30PM)
 
10:00PM  Talking To The Wall: The Story Of An American B (R)
Two New England towns make decisions on whether to allow Wal-Mart to build a store.
 
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 1/8 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Work And Happiness: The Human Cost Of Welfare (R) (Also 1/8 8AM, 1/8 2PM, 1/13 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  Sweden: Lessons For America? A Personal Explora (R) (Also 1/8 9AM, 1/8 3PM, 1/13 5AM)
 
  2:00AM  Local USA "Voices From Atlantic City" (R) (Also 1/8 10AM, 1/8 4PM, 1/11 5AM, 1/11 11AM, 1/14 3:30AM, 1/14 11:30AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Suitcase Stories (Part 1)" (R) (Also 1/8 10:30AM, 1/8 4:30PM, 1/11 5:30AM, 1/11 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Chasing The Dream: A PBS Newshour Weekend Speci (R) (Also 1/8 11AM)
 

Tuesday | January 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  Personal Statement: America Reframed (R)
Personal Statement follows three high school seniors from Brooklyn intent on defying the odds for themselves and their classmates by becoming the very resource they don't have for themselves: peer ... (Also 1/9 12AM, 1/9 8AM, 1/9 2PM, 1/12 10PM, 1/13 2AM, 1/13 9AM)
 
  9:00PM  Circus Dreams (R)
Chronicles a year in the life of Vermont's own Circus Smirkus, one of the world's only traveling youth circuses.
 
10:25PM  A Place In The Land (R)
The creation of the Billings Farm & Museum and Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.
 
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 1/9 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Personal Statement: America Reframed (R) (Also 1/9 8AM, 1/9 2PM, 1/12 10PM, 1/13 2AM, 1/13 9AM)
 
  1:00AM  Oyler: One School, One Year (R) (Also 1/9 9AM, 1/9 3PM, 1/13 3AM, 1/13 10AM)
 
  2:00AM  Closing The Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay (R) (Also 1/9 10AM, 1/9 4PM, 1/12 5AM, 1/14 4AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Against All Odds: The Fight For A Black Middle (R) (Also 1/9 11AM)
 

Wednesday | January 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  Suze Orman's Financial Solutions for You (R)
Suze Orman provides advice to help individual viewers "find financial solutions for you."
 
10:00PM  Easy Yoga: The Secret to Strength and Balance with Peggy Cappy (R)
Peggy Cappy shows how yoga can aid people who want to increase strength and mobility at any age.
 
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 1/10 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Reel South "Overburden" (R) (Also 1/10 8AM, 1/10 2PM, 1/12 1PM, 1/14 4PM, 1/15 5AM, 1/15 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  Independent Lens "My Country No More" (Also 1/10 9AM, 1/10 3PM, 1/12 12PM, 1/12 8PM)
 
  2:00AM  Frontline "The Pension Gamble" (Also 1/10 10AM, 1/10 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Evening With Valerie Jarrett (R) (Also 1/10 11AM)
 

Thursday | January 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  Outdoor Journal "Muskie, Missisquoi Wildlife Refuge, Cons. Camp."
Lawrence Pyne hits the Missisquoi River and Lake Champlain in search of muskie. A visit to the Missisquoi Wildlife Refuge, a shelter for osprey and great blue herons. A look at a Green Mountain Conservation Camp, a unique summer camp for kids.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Country Auction/Weathervanes/Rug Braiding/Lange" (R)
Experiencing a country auction; a lesson in the design, construction and painting of wooden weathervanes with Dolf Furrer and Francie Bacon of Northern Weather Works in Montpelier; rug braiding with Delsie Hoytof Barnet; and a seasonal tale from Willem Lange.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Summer Of Art/Village Classroom/She Loves You"
High school students express their creative talents at the June 1997 annual Governor's Institute on the Arts at Castleton State College in Castleton, Vt.; an unusual second-grade classroom in Concord, N.H.; and an interview with author Elaine Segal and artist Lance Richbourg, of Burlington, Vt.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "Orealis"
The Celtic harmonies of "Orealis" are combined with the contemporary texture of the keyboard synthesizer for a unique sound. This Montreal based group is now becoming more popular and well-known ...
 
10:00PM  Sing That Thing (R)
Vocal groups from across New England, representing a wide range of musical genres from jazz to classical to doo-wop, compete in an eight-part choral competition.
 
10:30PM  History Of Bolton Valley (R)
The history of Bolton Valley with 50 years of skiing and riding at the mountain. (Also 1/18 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 1/11 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Einstein's Quantum Riddle" (Also 1/11 8AM, 1/11 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Dictator's Playbook "Kim Il Sung" (Also 1/11 9AM, 1/11 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Changing Seas "Dolphins: Breaking The Code" (Also 1/11 10AM, 1/11 4PM, 1/16 5AM, 1/16 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Changing Seas "Cryptic Critters" (Also 1/11 10:30AM, 1/11 4:30PM, 1/16 5:30AM, 1/16 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Local USA "Voices From Atlantic City" (R) (Also 1/11 11AM, 1/14 3:30AM, 1/14 11:30AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Suitcase Stories (Part 1)" (R) (Also 1/11 11:30AM)
 

Friday | January 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  Stories From The Slopes
A nostalgic look back at the golden era of alpine skiing in Western Massachusetts. (Also 1/25 10PM)
 
  8:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Norway's West: Fjords, Mountains And Bergen" (R)
Sail under towering fjord cliffs, hike on powerful glaciers and explore historic Bergen. (Also 1/25 10:30PM)
 
  9:00PM  Thrills and Spills in the North Country (R)
A look at the history of winter sport in the Northeast, including winter sports champions and ghosts of forgotten resorts.
 
10:00PM  Legends Of American Skiing (R)
From the gold camps of the high Sierras in the mid 1800's through the hell bent racing day of the 30's this show takes viewers on a thrilling rundown the slopes of history. rare, authentic footage and exclusive interviews with some of the men and women who made downhill history combine in this one hour documentary to chronicle the birth and development of one of America's greatest sports.
 
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 1/12 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Uss Indianapolis: The Final Chapter (Also 1/12 8AM, 1/12 2PM, 1/13 5PM)
 
  1:30AM  We'll Meet Again "The Fight For Women's Rights" (Also 1/12 9:30AM, 1/12 3:30PM)
 
  2:30AM  Perfect 36: When Women Won The Vote (R) (Also 1/12 10:30AM, 1/12 4:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Closing The Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay (R) (Also 1/14 4AM)
 

Saturday | January 12
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Hepatitis C" (R) (Also 1/12 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 1/12 11AM, 1/15 6AM, 1/15 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 1/13 6:30AM, 1/13 2PM, 1/16 6AM, 1/16 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 1/13 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Uss Indianapolis: The Final Chapter (Also 1/12 2PM, 1/13 5PM)
 
  9:30AM  We'll Meet Again "The Fight For Women's Rights" (Also 1/12 3:30PM)
 
10:30AM  Perfect 36: When Women Won The Vote (R) (Also 1/12 4:30PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 1/15 6AM, 1/15 1PM)
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Hepatitis C" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "My Country No More" (Also 1/12 8PM)
 
  1:00PM  Reel South "Overburden" (R)
By Chad Stevens. Meet two unforgettable women - a fiery, pro-coal right-winger and a tenacious, environmentalist grandmother whose lives collide when a mine disaster shatters their community. Filmed ... (Also 1/14 4PM, 1/15 5AM, 1/15 11AM)
 
  2:00PM  Uss Indianapolis: The Final Chapter
The ship's heroic legacy and its dramatic final moments after being torpedoed in 1945 are examined. (Also 1/13 5PM)
 
  3:30PM  We'll Meet Again "The Fight For Women's Rights"
Join Ann Curry as two women search for friends and colleagues who fought for equal rights. One of the first female commercial pilots wants to thank her mentor, and an advocate hopes to find the woman ...
 
  4:30PM  Perfect 36: When Women Won The Vote (R)
PERFECT 36: WHEN WOMEN WON THE VOTE chronicles the dramatic vote to ratify this amendment, and the years of debate about women's suffrage that preceded it. On July 17, 1920, Carrie Chapman Catt, ...
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
A photograph of an African American wearing a Confederate uniform is investigated.
 
  6:00PM  First Peoples "Asia (Pt. 2 of 5)" (R)
The latest evidence sheds light on what happened when people expanded out of Africa and into Asia.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Grandparents And Other Strangers"
Host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. helps actor Andy Samberg and author George R. R. Martin answer some family mysteries when DNA detective work uncovers new branches of their family trees. The DNA analysis ... (Also 1/14 1AM, 1/14 9AM, 1/14 3PM)
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "My Country No More"
A family fights to preserve their agricultural way of life during the recent North Dakota oil boom.
 
  9:00PM  The Guys Next Door
Erik and Sandro, like many married couples, hope to become parents. Their friend Rachel decides she can help by becoming a surrogate for them.
 
10:00PM  Personal Statement: America Reframed (R)
Personal Statement follows three high school seniors from Brooklyn intent on defying the odds for themselves and their classmates by becoming the very resource they don't have for themselves: peer ... (Also 1/13 2AM, 1/13 9AM)
 
11:00PM  Left On Pearl (R)
LEFT ON PEARL documents how a march to honor International Women's Day in Boston in the early 1970's lead to the occupation of 888 Memorial Drive, a Harvard-owned former knitting factory.
 
12:00AM  Hedy Lamarr: American Masters (R)
 
  1:30AM  Untold Stories: Mina Miller Edison, The Wizard'
 
  2:00AM  Personal Statement: America Reframed (R) (Also 1/13 9AM)
 
  3:00AM  Oyler: One School, One Year (R) (Also 1/13 10AM)
 
  4:00AM  Work And Happiness: The Human Cost Of Welfare (R)
 
  5:00AM  Sweden: Lessons For America? A Personal Explora (R)
 

Sunday | January 13
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Arrested Development To Veep: A Conversation With" (R) (Also 1/13 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 1/13 2PM, 1/16 6AM, 1/16 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 1/13 3PM, 1/14 6:30AM, 1/14 1:30PM, 1/20 7:30AM, 1/20 3PM, 1/21 6:30AM, 1/21 1:30PM, 1/27 7:30AM, 1/27 3PM, 1/28 6:30AM, 1/28 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 1/13 3:30PM, 1/14 7:30AM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 1/13 4PM, 1/14 7AM)
 
  9:00AM  Personal Statement: America Reframed (R)
 
10:00AM  Oyler: One School, One Year (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 1)" (R) (Also 1/20 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Dennis Palumbo - Dark Mirror"
 
12:00PM  This American Land "Public Lands, Clean Water From Farmlands, Urine Re"
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Stevens Point" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
Sarah Gardner visits a farming program helping Armed Services veterans transition from combat to life on the land. Jason Shoultz travels to Minnesota where immigrant members of the Hmong community ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Lfls Shoes / Fayetteville, Ar" (R)
Growing up in West Helena, Arkansas life wasn't always easy for 22 year old Eric Jones. Eric overcame countless obstacles, including the loss of both parents, but that didn't stop the ambitious 22 ...
 
  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 1/16 6AM, 1/16 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 1/14 6:30AM, 1/14 1:30PM, 1/20 7:30AM, 1/20 3PM, 1/21 6:30AM, 1/21 1:30PM, 1/27 7:30AM, 1/27 3PM, 1/28 6:30AM, 1/28 1:30PM)
 
  3:30PM  Focus On Europe
With Focus on Europe, DW has developed a new program that adds a more personal touch to the issues affecting people across the continent. The weekly magazine which replaced European Journal in ... (Also 1/14 7:30AM)
 
  4:00PM  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 1/14 7AM)
 
  4:30PM  On Story "Arrested Development To Veep: A Conversation With" (R)
From Arrested Development's Buster Bluth to Veep's bag man, actor Tony Hale discusses meeting audience's expectations, getting into character, making out with Liza Minnelli, and the collaborative ...
 
  5:00PM  Uss Indianapolis: The Final Chapter
The ship's heroic legacy and its dramatic final moments after being torpedoed in 1945 are examined.
 
  6:30PM  War Birds: Diary Of An Unknown Aviator (R)
This documentary is based on the sensational 1926 novel by World War I aviator Elliott White Springs of South Carolina. When the novel War Birds was published in 1926, its frank depiction of the ...
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Rome: Baroque Brilliance" (R)
Ramble through the venerable heart of Rome and explore St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Luisa Miller" (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 ...
 
10:30PM  Music Voyager "Yellow Roads Of Italy: 'all Roads Lead To Rome' (U" (R)
Umbria, Orvieto and Rome are visited and the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel are toured.
 
11:00PM  Finding Home: A Foster Youth Story
The remarkable story of four foster youth preparing for life outside the foster care system. Summer, 17 and transgender, yearns to be adopted. Glorianna, 19 and an artist, struggles to live on her ...
 
12:00AM  Nature "Attenborough And The Sea Dragon" (Also 1/14 8AM, 1/14 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Grandparents And Other Strangers" (Also 1/14 9AM, 1/14 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Independent Lens "In Football We Trust" (R) (Also 1/14 10AM)
 
  3:30AM  Local USA "Voices From Atlantic City" (R) (Also 1/14 11:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  Closing The Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay (R)
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Sting And Shaggy" (Also 1/17 5AM, 1/17 11AM)
 

Monday | January 14
 
  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 "Moses Pendleton"
Fran Stoddard talks with Moses Pendleton. The celebrated choreographer and founder of the innovative Momix and Pilobolus dance companies was raised on a Vermont dairy farm.
 
  9:00PM  2.5 Million
Aaron Rice tries to break a record skiing 2.5 million vertical feet in the backcountry. (Also 1/17 10:30PM, 1/18 8PM, 1/25 8:30PM, 1/29 10PM)
 
  9:30PM  Together In Time: A Story Of N.e. Contra Music (R)
The 250-year history of an enduring form of community music and dance in New England.
 
10:00PM  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 1/15 3AM)
 
12:00AM  We Are Superman (R) (Also 1/15 8AM, 1/15 2PM, 1/20 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  City Rising (R) (Also 1/15 9AM, 1/15 3PM, 1/20 5AM)
 
  2:00AM  Local USA "My Everyday Hustle" (R) (Also 1/15 10AM, 1/15 4PM, 1/18 5AM, 1/18 11AM, 1/21 3:30AM, 1/21 11:30AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Wanderlust" (R) (Also 1/15 10:30AM, 1/15 4:30PM, 1/18 5:30AM, 1/18 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Reel South "Overburden" (R) (Also 1/15 11AM)
 

Tuesday | January 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  America Reframed "Agents Of Change" (R)
Agents of Change looks at a pivotal moment when our nation was caught at the intersection of the Civil Rights, Black Power, and Anti-Vietnam War Movements. The film examines the racial conditions on ... (Also 1/16 12AM, 1/16 8AM, 1/16 2PM, 1/19 10PM, 1/20 2AM, 1/20 9AM)
 
  9:30PM  Food For Change (R)
The story of cooperatives in America -- the country's longest-surviving alternative economic system.
 
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 1/16 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Agents Of Change" (R) (Also 1/16 8AM, 1/16 2PM, 1/19 10PM, 1/20 2AM, 1/20 9AM)
 
  1:30AM  Education Of Harvey Gantt (R) (Also 1/16 9:30AM, 1/16 3:30PM, 1/20 3:30AM, 1/20 10:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  Austin Revealed: El Despertar (R) (Also 1/16 10AM, 1/16 4PM, 1/19 5AM, 1/21 4AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Changing Seas "Dolphins: Breaking The Code" (Also 1/16 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Changing Seas "Cryptic Critters" (Also 1/16 11:30AM)
 

Wednesday | January 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  Neil Diamond: Hot August Night IIi (R)
Neil Diamond's triumphant return to the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles in August 2012 is chronicled.
 
  9:30PM  Feel Better Fast And Make It Last With Daniel A
Dr. Daniel Amen provides 7 simple brain-based strategies to boost your mood and overcome anxiety.
 
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 1/17 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "Rat Film" (R) (Also 1/17 8AM, 1/17 2PM, 1/19 1PM, 1/21 4PM, 1/22 5AM, 1/22 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  Independent Lens "Rodents Of Unusual Size" (Also 1/17 9AM, 1/17 3PM, 1/19 12PM, 1/19 8PM)
 
  2:00AM  Frontline "Poverty, Politics And Profit" (R) (Also 1/17 10AM, 1/17 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Sting And Shaggy" (Also 1/17 11AM)
 

Thursday | January 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  Outdoor Journal "Goldeneye Hunting, Turtle Habitat, Nulhegan Basin" (R)
Lawrence Pyne and December duck hunters go after goldeneye on Lake Champlain. Vermont Fish & Wildlife works to preserve nesting habitat for turtles. Exploring efforts by power companies to use wildlife management practices.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Gardening W/Kids/Garden Trellises/Wine Tasting" (R)
Vegetable gardening with children; a lesson in making white cedar garden trellises, with Brian Gluck of West Glover; and wine tasting at the North River Winery in Jacksonville.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Lifters/Ruger Guns/Sabra Field"
Meet a Vermonter who's helped make weightlifting a women's sport, see how some of America's great guns are made, and visit with Sabra Field to learn the secret behind the art of place.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "The New Cross Country Band"
Of 1,108 bands entered in a nationwide competition in Nashville, the New Cross Country Band finished third. Tunes performed include "Cherokee Woman," "Mountain Music," "'Til I Met You," and "The ...
 
10:00PM  Sing That Thing (R)
Vocal groups from across New England, representing a wide range of musical genres from jazz to classical to doo-wop, compete in an eight-part choral competition.
 
10:30PM  2.5 Million
Aaron Rice tries to break a record skiing 2.5 million vertical feet in the backcountry. (Also 1/18 8PM, 1/25 8:30PM, 1/29 10PM)
 
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 1/18 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Day The Dinosaurs Died" (R) (Also 1/18 8AM, 1/18 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Dictator's Playbook "Saddam Hussein" (Also 1/18 9AM, 1/18 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Changing Seas "Lords Of The Wetlands" (Also 1/18 10AM, 1/18 4PM, 1/23 5AM, 1/23 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Changing Seas "Fishing The Flats For Science" (Also 1/18 10:30AM, 1/18 4:30PM, 1/23 5:30AM, 1/23 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Local USA "My Everyday Hustle" (R) (Also 1/18 11AM, 1/21 3:30AM, 1/21 11:30AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Wanderlust" (R) (Also 1/18 11:30AM)
 

Friday | January 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  2.5 Million
Aaron Rice tries to break a record skiing 2.5 million vertical feet in the backcountry. (Also 1/25 8:30PM, 1/29 10PM)
 
  8:30PM  Ski Sentinels: The National Ski Patrol (R)
Seventy years in the making this documentary captures the evolution and can do spirit of the National Ski Patrol offering a wonderful perspective on winter sport in North America.
 
  9:30PM  History Of Bolton Valley (R)
The history of Bolton Valley with 50 years of skiing and riding at the mountain.
 
10:00PM  Passion for Snow (R)
Vermont filmmaker Rick Moulton explores a century of U.S. skiing and snow sports, with a focus on the innovative contributions of New Hampshire's Dartmouth College.
 
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 1/19 3AM)
 
12:00AM  The Swamp: American Experience (Also 1/19 8AM, 1/19 2PM, 1/20 5PM)
 
  2:00AM  Edge Of The Everglades: Big Cypress National Pr (R) (Also 1/19 10AM, 1/19 4PM)
 
  2:30AM  Protecting Paradise: The Western Everglades (R) (Also 1/19 10:30AM, 1/19 4:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Austin Revealed: El Despertar (R) (Also 1/21 4AM)
 

Saturday | January 19
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Addiction To Pain Medications" (R) (Also 1/19 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 1/19 11AM, 1/22 6AM, 1/22 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 1/20 6:30AM, 1/20 2PM, 1/23 6AM, 1/23 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 1/20 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  The Swamp: American Experience (Also 1/19 2PM, 1/20 5PM)
 
10:00AM  Edge Of The Everglades: Big Cypress National Pr (R) (Also 1/19 4PM)
 
10:30AM  Protecting Paradise: The Western Everglades (R) (Also 1/19 4:30PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 1/22 6AM, 1/22 1PM)
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Addiction To Pain Medications" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "Rodents Of Unusual Size" (Also 1/19 8PM)
 
  1:00PM  Independent Lens "Rat Film" (R)
Trace the history of Baltimore through this provocative film that uses the rat--as well as the humans who love them, live with them and kill them - to chronicle the systemized oppression in ... (Also 1/21 4PM, 1/22 5AM, 1/22 11AM)
 
  2:00PM  The Swamp: American Experience
Explore the story of Florida's Everglades, America's greatest wetland, and efforts to preserve it. (Also 1/20 5PM)
 
  4:00PM  Edge Of The Everglades: Big Cypress National Pr (R)
Narrated by Peter Thomas (Nova), EDGE OF THE EVERGLADES: BIG CYPRESS NATIONAL PRESERVE tells the story of the massive, mysterious marshland that continues to inspire deep passions for - and bitter ...
 
  4:30PM  Protecting Paradise: The Western Everglades (R)
In 1947, the same year President Harry S. Truman established Everglades National Park, work began on a complex system of drainage canals that would change south Florida - and the swamp - forever. ...
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
A Fender Stratocaster may be the guitar that Bob Dylan plugged in at the '65 Newport Folk Festival.
 
  6:00PM  First Peoples "Australia" (R)
When Homo sapiens arrived in Australia, they were - for the first time - truly alone.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Mystery Men"
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. helps actors Felicity Huffman and Michael K. Williams discover a wealth of hidden family history. Both grew up knowing little about their biological fathers, and seeing their ... (Also 1/21 1AM, 1/21 9AM, 1/21 3PM)
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "Rodents Of Unusual Size"
A fisherman in the bayou goes up against 20-pound "swamp rats" that are eating up coastal wetlands.
 
  9:00PM  The Hanji Box (R)
Drama centering aroung the stormy relationship between a mother and her adopted teenage daughter is complicated by issues of adoption. When an object of great significance to the daughter is broken, the mother travels to New York's Koreatown to see if she can get it fixed. A charismatic Korean artist and an adventure of cultural immersion, and adoption--her own--await her.
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "Agents Of Change" (R)
Agents of Change looks at a pivotal moment when our nation was caught at the intersection of the Civil Rights, Black Power, and Anti-Vietnam War Movements. The film examines the racial conditions on ... (Also 1/20 2AM, 1/20 9AM)
 
11:30PM  Artists' Medium (R)
Explore artistic practice through "a day in the life" with four regional VT artists.
 
12:00AM  Norman Lear: American Masters (R)
 
  1:30AM  Pioneers Of Television "Carol Burnett & The Funny Ladies" (R)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Agents Of Change" (R) (Also 1/20 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Education Of Harvey Gantt (R) (Also 1/20 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  We Are Superman (R)
 
  5:00AM  City Rising (R)
 

Sunday | January 20
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Psychological Thrillers" (R) (Also 1/20 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 1/20 2PM, 1/23 6AM, 1/23 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 1/20 3PM, 1/21 6:30AM, 1/21 1:30PM, 1/27 7:30AM, 1/27 3PM, 1/28 6:30AM, 1/28 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 1/20 3:30PM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 1/20 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Agents Of Change" (R)
 
10:30AM  Education Of Harvey Gantt (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 2)" (R) (Also 1/27 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 1)" (R)
 
12:00PM  This American Land "Restoring The Colorado Delta, Data-Driven Farming"
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Brookfield & Elm Grove" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
Reporter Sarah Gardner takes you to North Dakota where scientists are developing new kinds of sunflower seed snacks. Reporter Akiba Howard profiles research on "building a better tomato." Jason ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "The Deleon / Kansas City, Mo" (R)
Eric & Jodie DeLeon ran a wedding space in downtown Kansas City, but felt that they could do even better in crafting a memorable experience that focused on customer service. They relocated to an old ...
 
  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 1/23 6AM, 1/23 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 1/21 6:30AM, 1/21 1:30PM, 1/27 7:30AM, 1/27 3PM, 1/28 6:30AM, 1/28 1:30PM)
 
  3:30PM  Focus On Europe
With Focus on Europe, DW has developed a new program that adds a more personal touch to the issues affecting people across the continent. The weekly magazine which replaced European Journal in ...
 
  4:00PM  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 "Psychological Thrillers" (R)
Writers of psychological thrillers talk about putting regular people into horrifying scenarios.
 
  5:00PM  The Swamp: American Experience
Explore the story of Florida's Everglades, America's greatest wetland, and efforts to preserve it.
 
  7:00PM  Destination Craft With Jim West "Spain" (R)
Jim and the crafters make the perfect Spanish guitar and visit a centuries-old sword factory.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Rome: Back-Street Riches" (R)
Explore the Trastevere district and the back lanes and unheralded corners of this grand metropolis.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Turandot" (R)
Hear Swedish soprano Nina Stemme sing the demanding title role of Puccini's Chinese ice princess.
 
10:30PM  Music Voyager "Atlanta: Atlanta Canvas" (R)
Artist Fahamu Pecou, DJ/Producer Kemit and Michael Haverty of 7 Stages Theatre are featured.
 
11:00PM  With Infinite Hope: Mlk And The Civil Rights Mo
A look back at the life, leadership and legacy of The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Equus: Story Of The Horse" (Also 1/21 8AM, 1/21 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Mystery Men" (Also 1/21 9AM, 1/21 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  POV "Raising Bertie" (R) (Also 1/21 10AM)
 
  3:30AM  Local USA "My Everyday Hustle" (R) (Also 1/21 11:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  Austin Revealed: El Despertar (R)
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Joe Elliott And David Fricke" (Also 1/24 5AM, 1/24 11AM)
 

Monday | January 21
 
  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 "Anne Macksoud"
Fran Stoddard's guest is Ann MackSoud, documentary filmmaker from Woodstock, Vt.
 
  9:00PM  The Way Up
A backcountry ski film filmed in Vermont, New York & New Hampshire. (Also 1/24 10:30PM, 1/25 8PM, 1/29 9:30PM)
 
  9:25PM  Sunlight Man (R)
This feature documentary is an intimate and personal biography of novelist John Gardner, author of Grendel, The Sunlight Dialogues, October Light and other works. The film was written, photographed, edited and produced by his son, Joel Gardner.
 
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 1/22 3AM)
 
12:00AM  American Story: Race Amity And The Other Tradit (Also 1/22 8AM, 1/22 2PM, 1/26 4PM, 1/27 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange (Also 1/22 9AM, 1/22 3PM, 1/27 5AM, 1/29 1AM, 1/29 9AM, 1/29 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Life On The Line "Flight To Survive" (Also 1/22 10AM, 1/22 4PM, 1/25 5AM, 1/25 11AM, 1/28 3:30AM, 1/28 11:30AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Last Dance" (R) (Also 1/22 10:30AM, 1/22 4:30PM, 1/25 5:30AM, 1/25 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Independent Lens "Rat Film" (R) (Also 1/22 11AM)
 

Tuesday | January 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  America Reframed "Pyne Poynt"
Little League baseball in America's most dangerous city is more than just a game. In Camden, NJ, America's poorest and most dangerous city, the crack of a bat and the laughter of children for a ... (Also 1/23 12AM, 1/23 8AM, 1/23 2PM, 1/26 10PM, 1/27 2AM, 1/27 9AM)
 
  9:30PM  Power Struggle (R)
Democracy prevails when a nuclear engineer turned whistle-blower, a 93-year old grandmother, and a scrappy new governor join forces with a dedicated array of citizen activists to accomplish a rare grassroots environmental victory in closing an aging nuclear reactor in Vermont. Filmed over five years, this feature-length documentary chronicles the heated political battle to close the aging Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant, located on the banks of the Connecticut River in southern Vermont.
 
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 1/23 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Pyne Poynt" (Also 1/23 8AM, 1/23 2PM, 1/26 10PM, 1/27 2AM, 1/27 9AM)
 
  1:30AM  Hooked Rx: From Prescription To Addiction (R) (Also 1/23 9:30AM, 1/23 3:30PM, 1/27 3:30AM, 1/27 10:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  My Neighborhood: Pilsen (R) (Also 1/23 10AM, 1/23 4PM, 1/26 5AM, 1/28 4AM, 1/30 5AM, 1/30 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Changing Seas "Lords Of The Wetlands" (Also 1/23 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Changing Seas "Fishing The Flats For Science" (Also 1/23 11:30AM)
 

Wednesday | January 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  Engelbert Humperdinck In Hawaii (My Music)
The legendary King of Romance croons classic hits and love songs from his 50-year career.
 
  9:30PM  Mister Rogers: It's You I Like (R)
Celebrate Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, the children's series that premiered nationally 50 years ago.
 
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 1/24 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" (Also 1/24 8AM, 1/24 2PM, 1/26 12PM, 1/26 8PM)
 
  1:30AM  Sousa On The Rez: Marching To The Beat Of A Dif (R) (Also 1/24 9:30AM, 1/24 3:30PM, 1/26 1:30PM)
 
  2:00AM  Frontline "The Pension Gamble" (Also 1/27 5PM, 1/31 2AM, 2/1 2AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Joe Elliott And David Fricke" (Also 1/24 11AM)
 

Thursday | January 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  Outdoor Journal "Walleye Fishing On Conn. River, Wild Game Supper" (R)
Lawrence Pyne joins angler Forest Woodruff in Vernon, Vt., to fish for walleye. The annual wild game supper in Danville is a reminder of the importance of hunting to the social fabric of many Vermont communities.
 
  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  Points North Classics "L.champlain:war/Percussionists/Angell"
A Revolutionary War re-enactment at Fort Ticonderoga and the eerily quiet ruins at Mt. Independence; the grand finale concert of the 1997 KoSA International Percussion Workshop held at Johnson State College; and an interview with Bishop Robert Angell of the Vermont Catholic Diocese.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "James Harvey And The H-Mob"
In what was the final performance of this longstanding jazz ensemble, composer/ trombonist/ drummer extraordinaire James Harvey performs original compositions including "Underworld," "Warpath," ...
 
10:00PM  Sing That Thing (R)
Vocal groups from across New England, representing a wide range of musical genres from jazz to classical to doo-wop, compete in an eight-part choral competition.
 
10:30PM  The Way Up
A backcountry ski film filmed in Vermont, New York & New Hampshire. (Also 1/25 8PM, 1/29 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 1/25 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Island Volcano" (Also 1/25 8AM, 1/25 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Dictator's Playbook "Benito Mussolini" (Also 1/25 9AM, 1/25 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Glaciers Of The Winds (Also 1/25 10AM, 1/25 4PM, 1/28 4PM, 1/29 5AM, 1/29 11AM, 1/31 10AM, 1/31 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Life On The Line "Flight To Survive" (Also 1/25 11AM, 1/28 3:30AM, 1/28 11:30AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Last Dance" (R) (Also 1/25 11:30AM)
 

Friday | January 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  The Way Up
A backcountry ski film filmed in Vermont, New York & New Hampshire. (Also 1/29 9:30PM)
 
  8:30PM  2.5 Million
Aaron Rice tries to break a record skiing 2.5 million vertical feet in the backcountry. (Also 1/29 10PM)
 
  9:00PM  Spirit Of A Classic: Mad River Glen (R)
Made in 1988 to celebrate Mad River's fortieth Anniversary, this program captures the founders of the Ski Area describing how it was created.
 
10:00PM  Stories From The Slopes
A nostalgic look back at the golden era of alpine skiing in Western Massachusetts.
 
10:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Norway's West: Fjords, Mountains And Bergen" (R)
Sail under towering fjord cliffs, hike on powerful glaciers and explore historic Bergen.
 
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 1/26 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Victoria & Albert: The Wedding "Episode: 1" (Also 1/26 8AM, 1/26 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Victoria & Albert: The Wedding "Episode: 2" (Also 1/26 9AM, 1/26 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Big Burn: American Experience (Also 1/26 10AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  My Neighborhood: Pilsen (R) (Also 1/28 4AM, 1/30 5AM, 1/30 11AM)
 

Saturday | January 26
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Sleep Apnea" (R) (Also 1/26 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 1/26 11AM, 1/29 6AM, 1/29 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 1/27 6:30AM, 1/27 2PM, 1/30 6AM, 1/30 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 1/27 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Victoria & Albert: The Wedding "Episode: 1" (Also 1/26 2PM)
 
  9:00AM  Victoria & Albert: The Wedding "Episode: 2" (Also 1/26 3PM)
 
10:00AM  Big Burn: American Experience
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 1/29 6AM, 1/29 1PM)
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Sleep Apnea" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World" (Also 1/26 8PM)
 
  1:30PM  Sousa On The Rez: Marching To The Beat Of A Dif (R)
Native American music may not conjure images of tubas, trumpets and John Phillip Sousa marches. Yet this vibrant musical tradition has been a part of Native American culture for more than 100 years. ...
 
  2:00PM  Victoria & Albert: The Wedding "Episode: 1"
Join the experts preparing to reconstruct the wedding that changed history. As they get ready for the ceremony and investigate the stories behind the dress, food and music, they uncover astonishing ...
 
  3:00PM  Victoria & Albert: The Wedding "Episode: 2"
Witness the most accurate reconstruction of Victoria and Albert's wedding ever staged, followed by a sumptuous wedding breakfast, a prelude to the first night that began a marriage so iconic, it ...
 
  4:00PM  American Story: Race Amity And The Other Tradit
This documentary seeks to impact discourse on race by focusing on amity, collaboration and equity. (Also 1/27 4AM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
The identity of a man whose name is engraved on a rare set of Civil War-era pistols is researched.
 
  6:00PM  First Peoples "Europe" (R)
When Homo sapiens turned up in prehistoric Europe, they ran into the Neanderthals. The two types of human were similar enough to interbreed - and both capable of making artifacts.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Reporting On The Reporters"
Host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. shows journalists Christiane Amanpour, Ann Curry and Lisa Ling that the stories within their own family trees are every bit as compelling as the news stories they have ... (Also 1/28 1AM, 1/28 9AM, 1/28 3PM)
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World"
Discover how Native American musicians have transformed American blues, jazz and rock.
 
  9:30PM  Liz (R)
Homeless at 13, Liz lived a tragic life of despair, raging behavior and a brutal fight to survive on the streets. Filmed over four years, we follow Liz as she reclaims her life from desperation, to a place of love, forgiveness and hope. Her dreams manifest as she becomes a favorite for competing in the 2012 Olympic sport of boxing.
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "Pyne Poynt"
Little League baseball in America's most dangerous city is more than just a game. In Camden, NJ, America's poorest and most dangerous city, the crack of a bat and the laughter of children for a ... (Also 1/27 2AM, 1/27 9AM)
 
11:30PM  Land And Legacy Of An Art Colony (R)
Film about those who gathered in NH and VT around sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to form the Cornish Colony.
 
12:00AM  Bob Hope: American Masters (R)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Pyne Poynt" (Also 1/27 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Hooked Rx: From Prescription To Addiction (R) (Also 1/27 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  American Story: Race Amity And The Other Tradit
 
  5:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange (Also 1/29 1AM, 1/29 9AM, 1/29 3PM)
 

Sunday | January 27
 
  6:00AM  On Story "John Singleton's Classic Influences" (R) (Also 1/27 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 1/27 2PM, 1/30 6AM, 1/30 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 1/27 3PM, 1/28 6:30AM, 1/28 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 1/27 3:30PM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 1/27 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Pyne Poynt"
 
10:30AM  Hooked Rx: From Prescription To Addiction (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Alec Byrne - London Rock, The Unseen Archives" (R)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 2)" (R)
 
12:00PM  This American Land "The Continental Divide, Escalante River, 3-D Scien"
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Caledonia & Wind Point" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
Reporter Jason Shoultz takes a trip back in time to share some historic moments in American agriculture. You'll meet an Indiana farmer saving historic windmills. Join a Florida cattle drive with a ...
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Shire Post Mint / Springdale, Ar" (R)
Knife maker Tom Maringer used his metal working skills to start engraving coins, using hand-engraved steel dies and pressing coins one at a time. Thus, Shire Post Mint was born and Tom has been ...
 
  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 1/30 6AM, 1/30 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 ... (Also 1/27 6PM)
 
  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 1/28 6:30AM, 1/28 1:30PM)
 
  3:30PM  Focus On Europe
With Focus on Europe, DW has developed a new program that adds a more personal touch to the issues affecting people across the continent. The weekly magazine which replaced European Journal in ...
 
  4:00PM  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 "John Singleton's Classic Influences" (R)
John Singleton, the youngest and first African American filmmaker to win an Academy Award for his work on Boyz in the Hood, discusses his process, influences, and inspirations, from the work of ...
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "The Pension Gamble"
How state governments and Wall Street led America's public pensions into a $4-trillion hole. Correspondent Martin Smith investigates the consequences for teachers, police, firefighters, and other ... (Also 1/31 2AM, 2/1 2AM)
 
  6:00PM  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 ...
 
  6:30PM  Samantha Brown's Places To Love
For more than 17 years, TV host Samantha Brown has been exploring all four corners of the world, visiting more than 260 cities in 62 countries, sharing her adventures and introducing new cultures to ...
 
  7:00PM  Destination Craft With Jim West "Lost Crafts (Season One)" (R)
Jim travels to Switzerland and crafts the perfect cow bell and creates majolica ceramics in Italy.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Florence: Heart Of The Renaissance" (R)
Michelangelo's David, Botticelli's Birth of Venus and Ghiberti's Gates of Paradise are explored.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Rusalka" (R)
Kristine Opolais stars as the water nymph Rusalka in a new production of the Dvorak fairy-tale opera.
 
11:00PM  And Then They Came For Us
The registration and incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War II is examined.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Equus: Story Of The Horse" (Also 1/28 8AM, 1/28 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Reporting On The Reporters" (Also 1/28 9AM, 1/28 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Independent Lens "Acorn And The Firestorm" (R) (Also 1/28 10AM)
 
  3:30AM  Life On The Line "Flight To Survive" (Also 1/28 11:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  My Neighborhood: Pilsen (R) (Also 1/30 5AM, 1/30 11AM)
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Lenny Kravitz And Sean Lennon" (Also 1/31 5AM, 1/31 11AM, 2/1 5AM)
 

Monday | January 28
 
  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 Cullins"
Fran Stoddard interviews Tom Cullins of Burlington, Vt., an international architect with a special interest in urban planning.
 
  9:00PM  Mr. Connolly Has Als
NH High School Principal Gene Connolly navigates the effects of ALS. (Also 1/31 10:30PM)
 
  9:30PM  Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral On A Moving T (R)
Featuring rare archival materials and interviews with Zinn and colleagues such as Noam Chomsky, You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train captures the essence of this extraordinary man who was a catalyst for progressive change for more than 60 years. Narrated by Matt Damon, featuring music by Pearl Jam, Woody Guthrie & Billy Bragg.
 
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 1/29 3AM)
 
12:00AM  In Money We Trust? (Also 1/29 8AM, 1/29 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange (Also 1/29 9AM, 1/29 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Life On The Line "Love For Lexi" (Also 1/29 10AM, 1/29 4PM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Stand Up" (R) (Also 1/29 10:30AM, 1/29 4:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Glaciers Of The Winds (Also 1/29 11AM, 1/31 10AM, 1/31 4PM)
 

Tuesday | January 29
 
  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 "Detroit 48202"
Examines the rise, demise, and contested resurgence of the City of Detroit through the lens of African-American mail carrier, Wendell Watkins, and the committed community he faithfully served for ... (Also 1/30 12AM, 1/30 8AM, 1/30 2PM)
 
  9:30PM  The Way Up
A backcountry ski film filmed in Vermont, New York & New Hampshire.
 
10:00PM  2.5 Million
Aaron Rice tries to break a record skiing 2.5 million vertical feet in the backcountry.
 
10:30PM  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 1/30 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Detroit 48202" (Also 1/30 8AM, 1/30 2PM)
 
  1:30AM  Grooming A Generation (R) (Also 1/30 9:30AM, 1/30 3:30PM)
 
  2:00AM  The Salinas Project (R) (Also 1/30 10AM, 1/30 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  My Neighborhood: Pilsen (R) (Also 1/30 11AM)
 

Wednesday | January 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  Paul Simon's Concert In The Park (R)
Legendary artist Paul Simon performs a retrospective mix of favorites in Central Park in 1991.
 
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 1/31 3AM, 2/1 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "The King" (Also 1/31 8AM, 1/31 2PM, 2/1 12AM)
 
  2:00AM  Frontline "The Pension Gamble" (Also 2/1 2AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour (Also 2/1 3AM)
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company (Also 2/1 4AM)
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Lenny Kravitz And Sean Lennon" (Also 1/31 11AM, 2/1 5AM)
 

Thursday | January 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  Outdoor Journal "Smallmouth Bass, Bald Eagles, Freshwater Mussels" (R)
Lawrence Pyne goes spring fishing for smallmouth bass in Ferrisburgh's Lewis Creek. Bald eagles are making a comeback along the Connecticut River. The Poultney River watershed is facing a threat to its freshwater mussel population.
 
  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  Points North Classics "Morgans/L.champlain Superhighway/Alvarez"
Morgan horse experts Don Balch and Steve Davis of the UVM Morgan Horse Farm in Weybridge, Vt., and a contemporary champion Morgan, with his owners Bruce and Jacky Marston of Belmont, Vt.; the history of Lake Champlain from aboard the two-masted schooner Northern Spy; and an interview with poet and author Julia Alvarez of Middlebury, Vt.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "The Boyz"
The energetic rock 'n roll sound of "The Boyz" is unabashedly "Beatles" in origin, but the majority of their repertoire is entirely original. Consistently one of the most popular Burlington area ...
 
10:00PM  Sing That Thing (R)
Vocal groups from across New England, representing a wide range of musical genres from jazz to classical to doo-wop, compete in an eight-part choral competition.
 
10:30PM  Mr. Connolly Has Als
NH High School Principal Gene Connolly navigates the effects 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.
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "The King"
 
  2:00AM  Frontline "The Pension Gamble"
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Lenny Kravitz And Sean Lennon"