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Vermont PBS Plus - Program Schedule | February 2019

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Friday | 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  Shadows Fall North (R)
How does a state with the motto "Live Free or Die" confront its participation in slavery? (Also 2/19 9PM)
 
10:00PM  Quebec: A Museum In The City (R)
An exploration of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and its 150-year history.
 
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  Independent Lens "Birth Of A Movement" (R) (Also 2/2 8AM, 2/2 2PM, 2/4 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  Surviving The Dust Bowl: American Experience (Also 2/2 9AM, 2/2 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Life (Also 2/2 10AM, 2/2 4PM, 2/4 4PM, 2/5 9AM, 2/5 3PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  The Salinas Project (R)
 

Saturday | February 2
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Childhood Cancer" (R) (Also 2/2 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 2/2 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/3 6:30AM, 2/3 2PM, 2/6 6AM, 2/6 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 2/3 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Independent Lens "Birth Of A Movement" (R) (Also 2/2 2PM, 2/4 4AM)
 
  9:00AM  Surviving The Dust Bowl: American Experience (Also 2/2 3PM)
 
10:00AM  George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Life (Also 2/2 4PM, 2/4 4PM, 2/5 9AM, 2/5 3PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Childhood Cancer" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "The King" (Also 2/2 8PM)
 
  2:00PM  Independent Lens "Birth Of A Movement" (R)
Learn how D.W. Griffith's 1915 The Birth of a Nation unleashed a battle about race relations. (Also 2/4 4AM)
 
  3:00PM  Surviving The Dust Bowl: American Experience
Dust storms ravaged the parched southern plains in the 1930s, turning bountiful fields into desert.
 
  4:00PM  George Washington Carver: An Uncommon Life
This documentary uncovers Carver's complexities and reveals the full impact of his life and work. (Also 2/4 4PM, 2/5 9AM, 2/5 3PM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
Country music singer Clint Black's turn-of-the-20th-century book of wanted posters are investigated.
 
  6:00PM  Secrets of the Dead "After Stonehenge" (R)
The remains of a 3,000-year-old English settlement sheds light on the history of the western world.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Dreaming Of A New Land"
Marisa Tomei, Sheryl Sandberg and Kal Penn discover challenges faced by their immigrant forebears. (Also 2/4 1AM, 2/4 9AM, 2/4 3PM)
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "The King"
Climb into Elvis' 1963 Rolls-Royce for a musical road trip that traces the rise and fall of Elvis.
 
10:00PM  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 2/3 2AM, 2/3 9AM)
 
11:30PM  2.5 Million
Aaron Rice tries to break a record skiing 2.5 million vertical feet in the backcountry. (Also 2/4 10:30PM)
 
12:00AM  Jazz Ambassadors: A Sister City Exchange (R) (Also 2/5 5AM, 2/5 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  We Knew What We Had: The Greatest Jazz Story Ne (R) (Also 2/6 5AM, 2/6 11AM)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Detroit 48202" (Also 2/3 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Grooming A Generation (R) (Also 2/3 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  In Money We Trust?
 
  5:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Mama Colonel" (Also 2/10 11PM)
 

Sunday | February 3
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Groundhog Day: Deconstructing The Comedy Classic" (R) (Also 2/3 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/3 2PM, 2/6 6AM, 2/6 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 2/3 3PM, 2/4 6:30AM, 2/4 1:30PM, 2/10 7:30AM, 2/10 3PM, 2/11 6:30AM, 2/11 1:30PM, 2/17 7:30AM, 2/17 3PM, 2/18 6:30AM, 2/18 1:30PM, 2/24 7:30AM, 2/24 3PM, 2/25 6:30AM, 2/25 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 2/3 3:30PM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 2/3 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Detroit 48202"
 
10:30AM  Grooming A Generation (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 2)" (Also 2/3 11:30AM, 2/10 11AM, 2/10 11:30AM, 2/17 11AM, 2/17 11:30AM, 2/24 11AM, 2/24 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 2)" (Also 2/10 11AM, 2/10 11:30AM, 2/17 11AM, 2/17 11:30AM, 2/24 11AM, 2/24 11:30AM)
 
12:00PM  This American Land "Sharing The Gulf, Antiquities Act, Mississippi Wet"
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Mequon & Thiensville" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
Rob Stewart visits a California forester transforming hardwoods into heirloom furniture.
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Afloat: Mind + Body Wellness / Omaha, Ne" (R)
Afloat provides float therapy, infrared saunas and sound therapy in Omaha, Nebraska.
 
  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 2/6 6AM, 2/6 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 2/4 6:30AM, 2/4 1:30PM, 2/10 7:30AM, 2/10 3PM, 2/11 6:30AM, 2/11 1:30PM, 2/17 7:30AM, 2/17 3PM, 2/18 6:30AM, 2/18 1:30PM, 2/24 7:30AM, 2/24 3PM, 2/25 6:30AM, 2/25 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 "Groundhog Day: Deconstructing The Comedy Classic" (R)
Danny Rubin, co-writer of "Groundhog Day", discusses the unconventional romantic comedy.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "The Gang Crackdown" (R)
Killings linked to the MS-13 gang and the crackdown that swept up immigrant teens are investigated.
 
  6:00PM  Queen's Garden (R)
The "royal wildlife" and remarkable plants are explored in The Queen's Garden in central London. Repeats Thursday at 8 p.m.
 
  7:00PM  Destination Craft With Jim West "Hungary" (R)
Jim learns traditional Hungarian egg painting and crafts simple objects with straw weaving.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Florentine Delights And Tuscan Side Trips" (R)
Enjoy more of the exquisite artistic treasures of Florence and marvel at wonders in Pisa and Lucca.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Manon Lescaut" (R)
Kristine Opolais and Jonas Kaufmann star as the ill-fated lovers in Puccini's passionate adaptation.
 
10:30PM  Music Voyager "Yellow Roads: Italy - Amalfi Coast & Capri"
The Music Voyager travels the length of the Amalfi coast line and experiences Tarantula musicians.
 
11:00PM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Mama Africa: Miriam Makeba!"
Archival footage and interviews highlight the life of the iconic South African singer and activist.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Naledi: One Little Elephant" (R) (Also 2/4 8AM, 2/4 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Dreaming Of A New Land" (Also 2/4 9AM, 2/4 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (R) (Also 2/4 10AM)
 
  4:00AM  Independent Lens "Birth Of A Movement" (R)
 
  5:00AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/7 5AM, 2/7 11AM, 2/18 5:30AM, 2/21 5:30AM, 2/21 11:30AM)
 
  5:30AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/7 5:30AM, 2/7 11:30AM)
 

Monday | 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  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 "Bill Shannon"
Fran Stoddard interviews performance artist Bill Shannon of Brooklyn, N.Y.
 
  9:00PM  Noyana - Singing At The End Of Life
Noyana - Singing at the end of life takes a look at the Noyana Singers, a group of volunteers who sing for hospice patients. Shot largely at the Respite House in Colchester, VT. (Also 2/12 9PM, 2/16 9:30PM, 2/21 10:30PM)
 
  9:30PM  Stories From The Slopes (R)
A nostalgic look back at the golden era of alpine skiing in Western Massachusetts. (Also 2/9 9PM)
 
10:00PM  The Way Up
A backcountry ski film filmed in Vermont, New York & New Hampshire. (Also 2/9 9:30PM, 2/25 10:30PM)
 
10:30PM  2.5 Million
Aaron Rice tries to break a record skiing 2.5 million vertical feet in the backcountry.
 
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  Reel South "Shake 'em On Down: The Blues According To Fred Mcd" (R) (Also 2/5 8AM, 2/5 2PM, 2/10 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "The Faces We Lost" (Also 2/10 5AM, 2/17 11PM)
 
  2:00AM  Life On The Line "Mavuto: The Forgotten Women" (Also 2/5 10AM, 2/5 4PM, 2/8 5AM, 2/8 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Breakthrough" (Also 2/5 10:30AM, 2/5 4:30PM, 2/8 5:30AM, 2/8 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Jazz Ambassadors: A Sister City Exchange (R) (Also 2/5 11AM)
 

Tuesday | 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  America Reframed "70 Acres In Chicago" (R)
Twenty-years in the making, 70 Acres in Chicago tells the story of the Cabrini Green public housing development located on the most hotly contested 70 acres of land in Chicago. With its prime central ... (Also 2/6 12AM, 2/6 8AM, 2/6 2PM, 2/9 10PM)
 
  9:00PM  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.
 
10:35PM  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 2/6 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "70 Acres In Chicago" (R) (Also 2/6 8AM, 2/6 2PM, 2/9 10PM)
 
  1:00AM  Independent Lens "A Ballerina's Tale" (R) (Also 2/6 9AM, 2/6 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Colored Frames (R) (Also 2/6 10AM, 2/6 4PM, 2/9 5AM, 2/9 1PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  We Knew What We Had: The Greatest Jazz Story Ne (R) (Also 2/6 11AM)
 

Wednesday | February 6
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  70s Soul Superstars (R)
Patti LaBelle hosts an all-star reunion of the legends of 1970s Motown, R&B and soul.
 
10:30PM  Rick Steves' Delicious Europe (R)
Rick Steves savors classic European cuisine in Galicia, Rome and Greece and sips wine in Burgundy.
 
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 2/7 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "Black Memorabilia" (Also 2/7 8AM, 2/7 2PM, 2/9 12PM, 2/9 8PM)
 
  1:00AM  Independent Lens "Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story Of Black Colleg" (R) (Also 2/7 9AM, 2/7 3PM)
 
  2:30AM  Education Of Harvey Gantt (R) (Also 2/7 10:30AM, 2/7 4:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/7 11AM, 2/18 5:30AM, 2/21 5:30AM, 2/21 11:30AM)
 
  5:30AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/7 11:30AM)
 

Thursday | February 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  Outdoor Journal "NEK Brook Trout/ Alburgh Dunes/ Northern Pike" (R)
Lawrence Pyne takes advantage of autumn spawning season to fish for brook trout in beaver ponds. A visit to Alburgh Dunes. Early spring is a busy time for the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department's northern pike management project.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Guide Boats/Fishing/Wild Mushrooms/Lange" (R)
Building Adirondack guide boats, with Steve Kaulback of Charlotte; fishing at Quimby Country fishing camp in Averill, with Joan Binns; picking and cooking wild chanterelle mushrooms with Nova Kim of Glover and David Hale of Waterbury; and a seasonal tale by Willem Lange.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Glass Renaissance/Lighting The Lake/Karol"
The glass artist renaissance in Vermont; Lake Champlain lighthouses; and an interview with filmmaker John Karol of Orford, N.H.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "Elsa Hilger And Catherine Baird"
Renowned Vermont cellist Elsa Hilger performs with pianist Catherine Baird in this rare television performance. Works of Ravel and Saint Saens are featured.
 
10:00PM  Crossroads "Jennings"
This episode includes Part 2 of Tim Jennings' story, "Farmer Weatherbeard", pewter making, and the Northeast Fiddling contest.
 
10:30PM  Best Day Ever: Forest Kindergartens In Vermont (R)
This short film takes you outside, into the forest classrooms of two Vermont schools where students are rediscovering joy and wonder through the experience of playing in nature.
 
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 2/8 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Decoding The Pyramids" (Also 2/8 8AM, 2/8 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Dictator's Playbook "Francisco Franco" (Also 2/8 9AM, 2/8 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Black Women In Medicine (R) (Also 2/8 10AM, 2/8 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Life On The Line "Mavuto: The Forgotten Women" (Also 2/8 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Breakthrough" (Also 2/8 11:30AM)
 

Friday | 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  The Longest Game (R)
A group of aging friends gather every day in Dorset, Vermont to play a paddle tennis. (Also 2/26 9:30PM)
 
  9:20PM  Quebec: Where I'm From (R)
The film is an intimate chronicle that unfolds in the working-class neighborhood of Verdun.
 
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  Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall And The NAACP (R) (Also 2/9 8AM, 2/9 2PM, 2/13 5AM, 2/13 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  Redeeming Uncle Tom: The Josiah Henson Story (Also 2/9 9AM, 2/9 3PM, 2/11 4AM, 2/11 4PM)
 
  2:00AM  Backs Against The Wall: The Howard Thurman Stor (Also 2/9 10AM, 2/9 4PM, 2/12 5AM, 2/12 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Colored Frames (R) (Also 2/9 1PM)
 

Saturday | February 9
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Advances In Alzheimer's Disease" (R) (Also 2/9 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 2/9 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/10 6:30AM, 2/10 2PM, 2/13 6AM, 2/13 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 2/10 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall And The NAACP (R) (Also 2/9 2PM, 2/13 5AM, 2/13 11AM)
 
  9:00AM  Redeeming Uncle Tom: The Josiah Henson Story (Also 2/9 3PM, 2/11 4AM, 2/11 4PM)
 
10:00AM  Backs Against The Wall: The Howard Thurman Stor (Also 2/9 4PM, 2/12 5AM, 2/12 11AM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Advances In Alzheimer's Disease" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "Black Memorabilia" (Also 2/9 8PM)
 
  1:00PM  Colored Frames (R)
Reflects on the last 50 years in African-American art by exploring the experiences of artists.
 
  2:00PM  Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall And The NAACP (R)
Marshall's life in the years leading up to the Brown v. Board of Education ruling are explored. (Also 2/13 5AM, 2/13 11AM)
 
  3:00PM  Redeeming Uncle Tom: The Josiah Henson Story
The story of Josiah Henson, who inspired Uncle Tom in Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, is explored. (Also 2/11 4AM, 2/11 4PM)
 
  4:00PM  Backs Against The Wall: The Howard Thurman Stor
Theologian Howard Thurman used religious expression to help ignite sweeping social change. (Also 2/12 5AM, 2/12 11AM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
Gwen Wright connects a swatch of tattered red fabric to a pivotal moment in U.S. Civil War history.
 
  6:00PM  Secrets of the Dead "Van Gogh's Ear" (R)
The night when Vincent van Gogh cut his own ear defines his turbulent life and art.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Freedom Tales"
S. Epatha Merkerson and Michael Strahan learn stories that challenge assumptions about black history. (Also 2/11 1AM, 2/11 9AM, 2/11 3PM)
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "Black Memorabilia"
From the South to Brooklyn to China, meet the people who reproduce and reclaim black memorabilia.
 
  9:00PM  Stories From The Slopes (R)
A nostalgic look back at the golden era of alpine skiing in Western Massachusetts.
 
  9:30PM  The Way Up
A backcountry ski film filmed in Vermont, New York & New Hampshire. (Also 2/25 10:30PM)
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "70 Acres In Chicago" (R)
Twenty-years in the making, 70 Acres in Chicago tells the story of the Cabrini Green public housing development located on the most hotly contested 70 acres of land in Chicago. With its prime central ...
 
11:00PM  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.
 
12:00AM  Deep City: The Birth Of The Miami Sound (R)
 
  1:00AM  Dreamland (R)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Baddddd Sonia Sanchez" (R) (Also 2/10 9AM)
 
  4:00AM  Reel South "Shake 'em On Down: The Blues According To Fred Mcd" (R)
 
  5:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "The Faces We Lost" (Also 2/17 11PM)
 

Sunday | February 10
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Script To Screen: American Gods" (R) (Also 2/10 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/10 2PM, 2/13 6AM, 2/13 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 2/10 3PM, 2/11 6:30AM, 2/11 1:30PM, 2/17 7:30AM, 2/17 3PM, 2/18 6:30AM, 2/18 1:30PM, 2/24 7:30AM, 2/24 3PM, 2/25 6:30AM, 2/25 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 2/10 3:30PM, 2/11 7:30AM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 2/10 4PM, 2/11 7AM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Baddddd Sonia Sanchez" (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 2)" (Also 2/10 11:30AM, 2/17 11AM, 2/17 11:30AM, 2/24 11AM, 2/24 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 2)" (Also 2/17 11AM, 2/17 11:30AM, 2/24 11AM, 2/24 11:30AM)
 
12:00PM  This American Land "Red Snapper, Habitat For Birds, Water Quality For" (R)
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Manitowoc" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
A rodeo riding school in Montana is visited. An Arkansas rancher rounds up a large herd of buffalo.
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Meshuggah Bagels / Kansas City, Mo" (R)
Meshuggah Bagels uses age-old Kosher methods to make traditional New York bagels in Kansas City.
 
  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 2/13 6AM, 2/13 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 2/11 6:30AM, 2/11 1:30PM, 2/17 7:30AM, 2/17 3PM, 2/18 6:30AM, 2/18 1:30PM, 2/24 7:30AM, 2/24 3PM, 2/25 6:30AM, 2/25 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 2/11 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 2/11 7AM)
 
  4:30PM  On Story "Script To Screen: American Gods" (R)
Executive producer Michael Green discusses adapting Neil Gaiman's novel American God for TV.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "Predator On The Reservation"
The case of a pediatrician accused of sexually abusing Native American boys for years is examined.
 
  6:00PM  Tales From The Royal Wardrobe (R)
The significance of the royal wardrobes of English monarchs over the last 400 years is examined.
 
  7:00PM  Destination Craft With Jim West "Ecuador" (R)
Jim visits the largest orchid farm/laboratory in South America and crafts the perfect Panama hat.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Paris: Regal And Intimate" (R)
Explore the Seine River, Napoleon's tomb and the Louvre and experience a patriotic Bastille Day.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "L'amour De Loin" (R)
Kaija Saariaho's yearning medieval romance L'Amour de Loin ("Love From Afar"), has its Met premiere.
 
10:30PM  Music Voyager "Yellow Roads: Italy - The Two Sicilies"
Paulino Duran travels into the heart of Sicily, hosted by royalty and toasting famous vineyards.
 
11:00PM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Mama Colonel"
Honorine Munyole leads a special police force in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Arctic Wolf Pack" (R) (Also 2/11 8AM, 2/11 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Freedom Tales" (Also 2/11 9AM, 2/11 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  POV "Whose Streets?" (R) (Also 2/11 10AM)
 
  3:30AM  Graceful Voices (R) (Also 2/11 11:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  Redeeming Uncle Tom: The Josiah Henson Story (Also 2/11 4PM)
 
  5:00AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/14 5AM, 2/14 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/14 5:30AM, 2/14 11:30AM)
 

Monday | 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  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 "Jamaica Kincaid"
Fran Stoddard interviews author Jamaica Kincaid of Bennington, Vt., whose work includes "Annie John" and "Mr. Potter."
 
  9:00PM  Beerology: Vermont Ipa
The documentary will try to find out which Vermont IPAs are traditional to the original English IPA and how these beers have evolved into the Vermont IPA. (Also 2/22 8PM, 2/23 11PM)
 
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 2/12 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Take On America With Ozy "Black Men In Baltimore" (R) (Also 2/12 8AM, 2/12 2PM, 2/17 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "While I Breathe, I Hope" (Also 2/12 9AM, 2/12 3PM, 2/17 5AM, 2/24 11PM)
 
  2:00AM  Life On The Line "Matthew's Miracles" (Also 2/12 10AM, 2/12 4PM, 2/15 5AM, 2/15 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Loves Me, Loves Me Not" (R) (Also 2/12 10:30AM, 2/12 4:30PM, 2/15 5:30AM, 2/15 11:30AM, 2/16 1:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Backs Against The Wall: The Howard Thurman Stor (Also 2/12 11AM)
 

Tuesday | 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  America Reframed "Milwaukee 53206" (R)
MILWAUKEE 53206 introduces viewers to a community with the highest rate of incarcerated African American men in the U.S. The film introduces viewers to Beverly Walker and her husband, Baron, who is ... (Also 2/13 12AM, 2/13 8AM, 2/13 2PM, 2/16 10PM, 2/17 2AM, 2/17 9AM)
 
  9:00PM  Noyana - Singing At The End Of Life
Noyana - Singing at the end of life takes a look at the Noyana Singers, a group of volunteers who sing for hospice patients. Shot largely at the Respite House in Colchester, VT. (Also 2/16 9:30PM, 2/21 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 2/13 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Milwaukee 53206" (R) (Also 2/13 8AM, 2/13 2PM, 2/16 10PM, 2/17 2AM, 2/17 9AM)
 
  1:00AM  John Lewis - Get In The Way (R) (Also 2/13 9AM, 2/13 3PM, 2/16 5AM, 2/17 3AM, 2/17 10AM)
 
  2:00AM  In Tune: The Ben Tucker Story (R) (Also 2/13 10AM, 2/13 4PM, 2/25 3AM, 2/25 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Mr. Civil Rights: Thurgood Marshall And The NAACP (R) (Also 2/13 11AM)
 

Wednesday | February 13
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  The Brain Body Mind Connection With Dr. Rudy Ta (R)
Discover what you can do now to keep your brain healthy, increase energy, sleep better, help prevent dementia and more. Two pre-eminent leaders in brain-mind-body medicine answer pressing questions ...
 
  9:30PM  Ken Burns's Civil War
Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the landmark documentary with an in-depth overview and interviews.
 
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 2/14 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "Hale County This Morning, This Evening" (Also 2/14 8AM, 2/14 2PM, 2/16 12PM, 2/16 8PM)
 
  1:30AM  POV "Quest" (R) (Also 2/14 9:30AM, 2/14 3:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/14 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/14 11:30AM)
 

Thursday | February 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  Outdoor Journal "Canoe Based Bass Fishing/ Trout Bums" (R)
Bass fishing at Emerald Lake State Park, Lawrence Pyne uses a canoe to hit some lesser-traveled waters. On the Middlebury River, we catch up with a couple of young men who fish for a living, and live to fish.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Farmstead Cheese/Rug Hooking/Linoleum Cuts/Lange" (R)
A lesson in making farmstead cheese, with Marjorie Susman and Marian Pollack of Orb Weaver Farm in New Haven; the art of making linoleum prints, with Mary Simpson of Lyndonville; and rug hooking, with Nancy Urbanak or Cornwall.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Jazz/Fiddlers/Yacovone"
A class in jazz at the Stafford Technical Center in Rutland; the 1995 Northeast Fiddlers Contest at the Barre Auditorium in Barre, Vt.; and an interview with musician Seth Yacovone of Morrisville, Vt.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "Susan Keniston"
Middlebury folk-singer composer Susan Keniston combines a cappella original music with other pieces from her repertoire for a magical performance. In addition to solo performances throughout the ...
 
10:00PM  Crossroads "Jim Mee"
This episode includes Jim Mee, a former high school football and VT Golden Gloves Boxing Champion, who's recently making the grade as a songwriter and major recording artist, and a visit to a sheep and wool festival.
 
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. (Also 2/15 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Rise Of The Rockets" (Also 2/15 8AM, 2/15 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Dictator's Playbook "Idi Amin" (Also 2/15 9AM, 2/15 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Power To Heal: Medicare And The Civil Rights Re (R) (Also 2/15 10AM, 2/15 4PM, 2/18 4AM, 2/19 9AM, 2/19 3PM, 2/20 5AM, 2/20 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Life On The Line "Matthew's Miracles" (Also 2/15 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Loves Me, Loves Me Not" (R) (Also 2/15 11:30AM, 2/16 1:30PM)
 

Friday | 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  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.
 
  9:30PM  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.
 
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 2/16 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Margaret: The Rebel Princess (Also 2/16 8AM, 2/16 2PM, 2/24 6PM)
 
  1:00AM  The Greely Expedition: American Experience (R) (Also 2/16 9AM, 2/16 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  1964: The Fight For A Right (R) (Also 2/16 10AM, 2/16 4PM, 2/18 4PM, 2/19 5AM, 2/19 11AM, 2/20 2AM, 2/20 10AM, 2/20 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  John Lewis - Get In The Way (R) (Also 2/17 3AM, 2/17 10AM)
 

Saturday | February 16
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Medical Marijuana" (R) (Also 2/16 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 2/16 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/17 6:30AM, 2/17 2PM, 2/20 6AM, 2/20 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 2/17 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Margaret: The Rebel Princess (Also 2/16 2PM, 2/24 6PM)
 
  9:00AM  The Greely Expedition: American Experience (R) (Also 2/16 3PM)
 
10:00AM  1964: The Fight For A Right (R) (Also 2/16 4PM, 2/18 4PM, 2/19 5AM, 2/19 11AM, 2/20 2AM, 2/20 10AM, 2/20 4PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Medical Marijuana" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "Hale County This Morning, This Evening" (Also 2/16 8PM)
 
  1:30PM  Stories From The Stage "Loves Me, Loves Me Not" (R)
Is there anything more fickle than the human heart in love? Joe Pagliuca's surprise marriage proposal turns to be more unexpected than planned. Lauren Wojtkun's broken heart is held together by one ...
 
  2:00PM  Margaret: The Rebel Princess
Learn how Princess Margaret's life and loves reflected the social and sexual revolution that transformed the western world during the 20th century, and redefined society's image of the modern ... (Also 2/24 6PM)
 
  3:00PM  The Greely Expedition: American Experience (R)
A scientific expedition turned into a harrowing tale of shipwreck, mutiny and cannibalism in 1881.
 
  4:00PM  1964: The Fight For A Right (R)
The struggles of African-Americans in 1960s Mississippi fighting for the right to vote are examined. (Also 2/18 4PM, 2/19 5AM, 2/19 11AM, 2/20 2AM, 2/20 10AM, 2/20 4PM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
Was this picture frame crafted from the staircase banister of the Titanic, Lusitania or neither?
 
  6:00PM  Secrets of the Dead "The Woman In The Iron Coffin" (R)
Forensic experts examine the remains of a young African American woman from 19th century New York.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Roots In Politics"
The diverse family histories of politicians Paul Ryan, Tulsi Gabbard and Marco Rubio are explored. (Also 2/18 1AM, 2/18 9AM, 2/18 3PM)
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "Hale County This Morning, This Evening"
A visit to Hale County, Alabama offers a richly detailed glimpse at life in America's Black Belt.
 
  9:30PM  Noyana - Singing At The End Of Life
Noyana - Singing at the end of life takes a look at the Noyana Singers, a group of volunteers who sing for hospice patients. Shot largely at the Respite House in Colchester, VT. (Also 2/21 10:30PM)
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "Milwaukee 53206" (R)
MILWAUKEE 53206 introduces viewers to a community with the highest rate of incarcerated African American men in the U.S. The film introduces viewers to Beverly Walker and her husband, Baron, who is ... (Also 2/17 2AM, 2/17 9AM)
 
11:00PM  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.
 
12:00AM  Great Performances "Movies For Grownups Awards 2019 With Aarp The Maga"
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Milwaukee 53206" (R) (Also 2/17 9AM)
 
  3:00AM  John Lewis - Get In The Way (R) (Also 2/17 10AM)
 
  4:00AM  Take On America With Ozy "Black Men In Baltimore" (R)
 
  5:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "While I Breathe, I Hope" (Also 2/24 11PM)
 

Sunday | February 17
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Deconstructing Jane Austen" (R) (Also 2/17 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/17 2PM, 2/20 6AM, 2/20 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 2/17 3PM, 2/18 6:30AM, 2/18 1:30PM, 2/24 7:30AM, 2/24 3PM, 2/25 6:30AM, 2/25 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 2/17 3:30PM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 2/17 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Milwaukee 53206" (R)
 
10:00AM  John Lewis - Get In The Way (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 2)" (Also 2/17 11:30AM, 2/24 11AM, 2/24 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 2)" (Also 2/24 11AM, 2/24 11:30AM)
 
12:00PM  This American Land "Saving A Desert River, Urban Farms, Vibrating Rock" (R)
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Platteville" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
An Oklahoma farmer is developing new ways to meet a growing sesame seed demand worldwide.
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Glacier Confectioners / Tulsa, Ok" (R)
Master Chocolatier Bill Copeland opened Glacier Confection in the Tulsa Arts District in 2006.
 
  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 2/20 6AM, 2/20 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 2/18 6:30AM, 2/18 1:30PM, 2/24 7:30AM, 2/24 3PM, 2/25 6:30AM, 2/25 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 "Deconstructing Jane Austen" (R)
Filmmakers discuss the timelessness and relate-ability of Jane Austen's characters.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "Poverty, Politics And Profit"
Investigate the billions spent on housing the poor and why so few get the help they need. With NPR, the film examines the politics, profits and problems of an affordable housing system in crisis.
 
  6:00PM  Tales From the Royal Bedchamber (R)
Historian Lucy Worsley reveals the importance of the palace's regal bedroom to past monarchs.
 
  7:00PM  Destination Craft With Jim West "Japan" (R)
Jim and his group of crafters design the perfect indigo dye fabric and learn the craft of origami.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Paris: Embracing Life And Art" (R)
Explore the Cluny Museum, heavenly stained glass in Sainte-Chapelle and Pere Lachaise Cemetery.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Marnie"
Mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard stars as a beautiful, mysterious woman who assumes multiple identities.
 
10:30PM  Music Voyager "Atlanta Unites"
A world of creatives rally around Atlanta United soccer team and we experience Atlanta through them.
 
11:00PM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "The Faces We Lost"
Rwandans use photographs to help keep alive memories of loved ones lost during the 1994 genocide.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Wild Way Of The Vikings" (Also 2/18 8AM, 2/18 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Roots In Politics" (Also 2/18 9AM, 2/18 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  POV "Presenting Princess Shaw" (R) (Also 2/18 10AM)
 
  3:30AM  Reel South "Soul City" (R) (Also 2/18 11:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  Power To Heal: Medicare And The Civil Rights Re (R) (Also 2/19 9AM, 2/19 3PM, 2/20 5AM, 2/20 11AM)
 
  5:00AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/21 5AM, 2/21 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/21 5:30AM, 2/21 11:30AM)
 

Monday | 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  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 "Bonnie Christensen"
Host Fran Stoddard interviews a figure from the world of arts, culture or other facet of public life, and gets to know the person behind the persona.
 
  9:00PM  Meet The Makers
The Vermont Food Venture Center profiles local farm and food entrepreneurs. (Also 2/23 9:30PM, 2/28 10:30PM)
 
  9:30PM  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.
 
10:30PM  History Of Bolton Valley (R)
The history of Bolton Valley with 50 years of skiing and riding at the mountain.
 
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  In Their Own Words "Muhammad Ali" (R) (Also 2/19 8AM, 2/19 2PM, 2/24 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Short Films" (Also 2/24 5AM)
 
  2:00AM  Life On The Line "Determination Is Mine" (Also 2/19 10AM, 2/19 4PM, 2/22 5AM, 2/22 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Experience" (Also 2/19 10:30AM, 2/19 4:30PM, 2/22 5:30AM, 2/22 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  1964: The Fight For A Right (R) (Also 2/19 11AM, 2/20 2AM, 2/20 10AM, 2/20 4PM)
 

Tuesday | 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  America Reframed "Struggle & Hope"
Among the wealth of untold stories in American history is the rise and slow disappearance of all-black towns that sprung up in Oklahoma following the end of the Civil War. Founded in an effort to ... (Also 2/20 12AM, 2/20 8AM, 2/20 2PM, 2/23 10PM, 2/24 2AM, 2/24 9AM)
 
  9:00PM  Shadows Fall North (R)
How does a state with the motto "Live Free or Die" confront its participation in slavery?
 
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  America Reframed "Struggle & Hope" (Also 2/20 8AM, 2/20 2PM, 2/23 10PM, 2/24 2AM, 2/24 9AM)
 
  1:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Black Panther Woman" (R) (Also 2/20 9AM, 2/20 3PM, 2/24 3AM, 2/24 10AM)
 
  2:00AM  1964: The Fight For A Right (R) (Also 2/20 10AM, 2/20 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Power To Heal: Medicare And The Civil Rights Re (R) (Also 2/20 11AM)
 

Wednesday | February 20
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances "Tony Bennett & Diana Krall: Love Is Here To Stay" (R)
Tony Bennett and Diana Krall celebrate the Great American Songbook duo George and Ira Gershwin.
 
  9:30PM  Peter, Paul And Mary At Newport 1963-65 (R)
Never-before-seen performances by Peter, Paul and Mary at the Newport Folk Festival are showcased.
 
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 2/21 3AM)
 
12:00AM  POV "Minding The Gap" (Also 2/21 8AM, 2/21 2PM, 2/23 12PM, 2/23 8PM)
 
  1:30AM  Fannie Lou Hamer: Stand Up (Also 2/21 9:30AM, 2/21 3:30PM, 2/23 1:30PM)
 
  2:00AM  Talking Black In America (Also 2/21 10AM, 2/21 4PM, 2/23 5AM, 2/26 5AM, 2/26 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/21 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Variety Studio: Actors On Actors (Also 2/21 11:30AM)
 

Thursday | February 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  Outdoor Journal "Youth Waterfowl Weekend/ Conservation Leaders" (R)
Youth Waterfowl Weekend in late September exposes young hunters to Vermont's public marshes at a time of year when duck numbers are high.The Conservation Leaders for Tomorrow program introduces wildlife management students to hunting.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Coopering/Furniture Making/Slate" (R)
A lesson in furniture making, a look at 19th-century furniture, the art of coopering and the history of slate and its uses.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Police Academy/Diadem/Kratt Brothers"
A typical day for peace-officers-in-training at the Vermont Police Academy in Pittsford, Vt.; the artist from Ackworth, N.H., who designed and created an ornamental centerpiece for one of the world's newer oceanliners; and an interview with Chris and Martin Kratt, stars of the PBS series "Kratts' Creatures" and "Zoboomafoo."
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "L'ensemble Tudor De Montreal (The Tudor Singers)"
This internationally acclaimed a cappella chorale is one of three full-time professional choral groups in Canada. Under the direction of Patrick Wedd, the group performs works by Debussy, R. Murray ...
 
10:00PM  Crossroads "Wine Doctor"
This episode includes: the frontier stagecoach, a senior UVM medical student, Chuck Law, who doubles as a local wine consultant, and classical guitarist Juan.
 
10:30PM  Noyana - Singing At The End Of Life
Noyana - Singing at the end of life takes a look at the Noyana Singers, a group of volunteers who sing for hospice patients. Shot largely at the Respite House in Colchester, VT.
 
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 2/22 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Pompeii" (Also 2/22 8AM, 2/22 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Secrets of the Dead "The Nero Files" (Also 2/22 9AM, 2/22 3PM, 2/23 6PM)
 
  2:00AM  Secrets of the Dead "Nero's Sunken City" (R) (Also 2/22 10AM, 2/22 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Life On The Line "Determination Is Mine" (Also 2/22 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Experience" (Also 2/22 11:30AM)
 

Friday | 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  Beerology: Vermont Ipa
The documentary will try to find out which Vermont IPAs are traditional to the original English IPA and how these beers have evolved into the Vermont IPA. (Also 2/23 11PM)
 
  9:00PM  Mad Music (R)
Why is the Mad River Valley full of musicians and such diverse music? This film hopes to answer that question.
 
10:00PM  The Hanji Box (R)
Drama centering around 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.
 
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  Margaret: The Rebel Princess (Also 2/23 8AM, 2/23 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Sealab: American Experience (Also 2/23 9AM, 2/23 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Space Men: American Experience (Also 2/23 10AM, 2/23 4PM, 2/27 5AM, 2/27 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Talking Black In America (Also 2/26 5AM, 2/26 11AM)
 

Saturday | February 23
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Knee Replacement" (R) (Also 2/23 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 2/23 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/24 6:30AM, 2/24 2PM, 2/27 6AM, 2/27 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 2/24 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Margaret: The Rebel Princess (Also 2/23 2PM)
 
  9:00AM  Sealab: American Experience (Also 2/23 3PM)
 
10:00AM  Space Men: American Experience (Also 2/23 4PM, 2/27 5AM, 2/27 11AM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Knee Replacement" (R)
 
12:00PM  POV "Minding The Gap" (Also 2/23 8PM)
 
  1:30PM  Fannie Lou Hamer: Stand Up
The life of voting and women's rights activist and civil rights legend Fannie Lou Hamer is examined.
 
  2:00PM  Margaret: The Rebel Princess
Learn how Princess Margaret's life and loves reflected the social and sexual revolution that transformed the western world during the 20th century, and redefined society's image of the modern ...
 
  3:00PM  Sealab: American Experience
Discover the mostly forgotten story of the U.S. Navy's daring and groundbreaking Sealab program.
 
  4:00PM  Space Men: American Experience
Meet the pioneering Air Force scientists and pilots who laid the groundwork for the US space program. (Also 2/27 5AM, 2/27 11AM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
The detectives help return the diary of a fallen North Vietnamese soldier to the veteran's family.
 
  6:00PM  Secrets of the Dead "The Nero Files"
A forensics profiler takes a close look at the life and legend of Nero, the infamous Roman emperor.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "No Laughing Matter"
The family histories of comedians Seth Meyers, Tig Notaro and Sarah Silverman are explored. (Also 2/25 1AM, 2/25 9AM, 2/25 3PM)
 
  8:00PM  POV "Minding The Gap"
Three young men bond together to escape volatile families in their Rust Belt hometown.
 
  9:30PM  Meet The Makers
The Vermont Food Venture Center profiles local farm and food entrepreneurs. (Also 2/28 10:30PM)
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "Struggle & Hope"
Among the wealth of untold stories in American history is the rise and slow disappearance of all-black towns that sprung up in Oklahoma following the end of the Civil War. Founded in an effort to ... (Also 2/24 2AM, 2/24 9AM)
 
11:00PM  Beerology: Vermont Ipa
The documentary will try to find out which Vermont IPAs are traditional to the original English IPA and how these beers have evolved into the Vermont IPA.
 
12:00AM  Sammy Davis, Jr.: American Masters
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Struggle & Hope" (Also 2/24 9AM)
 
  3:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Black Panther Woman" (R) (Also 2/24 10AM)
 
  4:00AM  In Their Own Words "Muhammad Ali" (R)
 
  5:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Short Films"
 

Sunday | February 24
 
  6:00AM  On Story "America Ferrera On The Storyteller's Responsibilit" (R) (Also 2/24 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 2/24 2PM, 2/27 6AM, 2/27 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind (Also 2/24 3PM, 2/25 6:30AM, 2/25 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 2/24 3:30PM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 2/24 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Struggle & Hope"
 
10:00AM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Black Panther Woman" (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 2)" (Also 2/24 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Carter Reum - Shortcut Your Startup (Part 2)"
 
12:00PM  This American Land "Louisiana's Coastline, Nutrient Runoff, Poultry Li" (R)
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Memomonie" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
A California woman finds success by farming mushrooms in the heart of Sacramento.
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Bulu, Inc. / Lincoln, Ne" (R)
Bulu Box now focuses on private label subscription boxes for companies of all sizes.
 
  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 2/27 6AM, 2/27 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 2/25 6:30AM, 2/25 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 "America Ferrera On The Storyteller's Responsibilit" (R)
Producer and actress America Ferrera talks about her early roles in film and television.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "Mosul" (R)
Inside the brutal battle to defeat ISIS in Mosul, Iraq's second largest city.
 
  6:00PM  Margaret: The Rebel Princess
Learn how Princess Margaret's life and loves reflected the social and sexual revolution that transformed the western world during the 20th century, and redefined society's image of the modern ...
 
  7:00PM  Destination Craft With Jim West "Lost Crafts (Season Two)" (R)
Jim visits a family in Ecuador who makes traditional makanas and a sparkling wine cellar in Spain.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "London: Historic And Dynamic" (R)
Visit Westminster Abbey, explore the British Library and enjoy the vibrant evening scene in Soho.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "La Fanciulla Del West"
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 "Atl Mojo Of Collaboratio"
Collaborations, influences and artistic conversations are thriving in the city of Atlanta.
 
11:00PM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "While I Breathe, I Hope"
In 2014, Bakari Sellers, a young, black Democrat ran for Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Living Volcanoes" (Also 2/25 8AM, 2/25 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "No Laughing Matter" (Also 2/25 9AM, 2/25 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Charley Pride: American Masters (Also 2/25 10AM, 2/25 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  In Tune: The Ben Tucker Story (R) (Also 2/25 11AM)
 
  4:00AM  My Neighborhood: Pilsen (R)
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Lynyrd Skynyrd's Gary Rossington, Johnny Van Zant" (Also 2/28 5AM, 2/28 11AM)
 

Monday | 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  Vermont This Week
Since 1982 Vermont This Week has been our signature public affairs series. Each week moderator Stewart Ledbetter is joined by three of Vermont's most insightful journalists to discuss not only ...
 
  8:30PM  Profile "Kevin Mckenzie"
Fran Stoddard interviews Vermont native Kevin McKenzie, a gifted dancer and choreographer who has been the artistic director of American Ballet Theatre since 1992.
 
  9:00PM  The Story Of Vt's Quiet Digital Revolution
A film about "Front Porch Forum", a Vermont exclusive social media network.
 
  9:30PM  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.
 
10:30PM  The Way Up (R)
A backcountry ski film filmed in Vermont, New York & New Hampshire.
 
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  The Talk - Race In America (R) (Also 2/26 8AM, 2/26 2PM)
 
  2:00AM  Local USA "'63 Boycott" (Also 2/26 10AM, 2/26 4PM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Sugar & Spice" (Also 2/26 10:30AM, 2/26 4:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Talking Black In America (Also 2/26 11AM)
 

Tuesday | 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  America Reframed "Late Blossom Blues"
When 81 year-old Leo "Bud" Welch from the Mississippi backwoods released his debut record "Sabougla Voices" in 2014, he took the Blues world by surprise: Where has this guy been for the past 60 ... (Also 2/27 12AM, 2/27 8AM, 2/27 2PM)
 
  9:30PM  The Longest Game (R)
A group of aging friends gather every day in Dorset, Vermont to play a paddle tennis.
 
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  America Reframed "Late Blossom Blues" (Also 2/27 8AM, 2/27 2PM)
 
  1:30AM  Independent Lens "True Conviction" (R) (Also 2/27 9:30AM, 2/28 1:30AM, 2/28 9:30AM, 2/28 3:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Space Men: American Experience (Also 2/27 11AM)
 

Wednesday | February 27
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Donny Osmond: One Night Only! (R)
 
  9:30PM  Chet Atkins: Certified Guitar Player (R)
Mark Knopfler, the Everly Brothers, Emmylou Harris and Willie Nelson celebrate the guitar virtuoso.
 
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 2/28 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "People's Republic Of Desire" (Also 2/28 8AM, 2/28 2PM)
 
  1:30AM  Independent Lens "True Conviction" (R) (Also 2/28 9:30AM, 2/28 3:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Lynyrd Skynyrd's Gary Rossington, Johnny Van Zant" (Also 2/28 11AM)
 

Thursday | February 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  Outdoor Journal "Ice Fishing S. Lake Champlain/ Burbot Fishing" (R)
Lawrence Pyne joins ice-fishing legend David Genz on the southern end of Lake Champlain. A tour of Northeast Kingdom lakes in search of burbot, a fresh water codfish also known as cusk, popular with old timers in Maine.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Making Lace/Songs From The Past/Faux Finishing/Wl" (R)
The art of faux finishes, with Andersen Thorp of Strafford, and a look at faux finishes used in the historic home of Justin Morrill in South Strafford; lace making, with Evelyn Gant of Putnamville; and the tradition of family folksongs from the collection of Helen Hartness Flanders, with Deb Flanders of Burlington, Margaret MacArthur of Marlboro and Tony Barrand of Brattleboro.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Gunslingers/Sawmill/Giancola"
The 1997 annual July gathering of the Single-Action Shooting Society in Marshfield, Vt.; a visit to the Garland Mill, a water-powered sawmill, in Lancaster, N.H.; and an interview with filmmaker David Giancola of Rutland, Vt.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "The Chapped Lips" (R)
The Chapped Lips, an acapella jazz group of four women, has been performing their unique repetoire of songs from the 40's to the present since 1981.
 
10:00PM  Crossroads "Titanic Fantastic"
This program includes Titanic Fantastic, Shellfish Made Easy (Part 1 of 2), and Jonathan Edwards in concert.
 
10:30PM  Meet The Makers
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.