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Vermont PBS Plus - Program Schedule | March 2019

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Friday | March 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  2.5 Million (R)
Aaron Rice tries to break a record skiing 2.5 million vertical feet in the backcountry.
 
  8:30PM  The Way Up (R)
A backcountry ski film filmed in Vermont, New York & New Hampshire.
 
  9:00PM  Stories From The Slopes (R)
A nostalgic look back at the golden era of alpine skiing in Western Massachusetts.
 
  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.
 
10:15PM  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.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/2 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "Dolores" (R) (Also 3/2 8AM, 3/2 2PM)
 
  2:00AM  Penny: Champion Of The Marginalized (R) (Also 3/2 10AM, 3/2 4PM, 3/5 5AM, 3/5 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Finding Refuge (R) (Also 3/2 10:30AM, 3/2 4:30PM, 3/5 5:30AM, 3/5 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  In Tune: The Ben Tucker Story (R)
 

Saturday | March 2
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Food As Medicine" (R) (Also 3/2 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/2 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/3 6:30AM, 3/3 2PM, 3/6 6AM, 3/6 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 3/3 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Independent Lens "Dolores" (R) (Also 3/2 2PM)
 
10:00AM  Penny: Champion Of The Marginalized (R) (Also 3/2 4PM, 3/5 5AM, 3/5 11AM)
 
10:30AM  Finding Refuge (R) (Also 3/2 4:30PM, 3/5 5:30AM, 3/5 11:30AM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Food As Medicine" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "People's Republic Of Desire" (Also 3/2 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  Independent Lens "Dolores" (R)
Activist Dolores Huerta tirelessly led the fight for racial and labor justice with Cesar Chavez.
 
  4:00PM  Penny: Champion Of The Marginalized (R)
Celebrated criminal defense attorney and art collector Penny Cooper is a role model and pioneer. (Also 3/5 5AM, 3/5 11AM)
 
  4:30PM  Finding Refuge (R)
The efforts of one dying woman to preserve her Native culture prompts a renewal in finding pride. (Also 3/5 5:30AM, 3/5 11:30AM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
The heroic acts shown in a poster about African-American soldiers in World War I are investigated.
 
  6:00PM  Makers "Women in Comedy" (R)
Ellen DeGeneres, Carol Burnett, Mo'Nique and others discuss the rise of women in the world of comedy. New season.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Puritans And Pioneers" (R)
Actors Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen and William H. Macy learn about their nonconformist ancestors.
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "People's Republic Of Desire"
For many young people in China, virtual relationships are replacing real-life connections.
 
  9:30PM  The Story Of Vt's Quiet Digital Revolution
A film about "Front Porch Forum", a Vermont exclusive social media network. (Also 3/23 11:30PM)
 
10:00PM  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 3/3 2AM, 3/3 9AM)
 
11:30PM  Mr. Connolly Has Als (R)
NH High School Principal Gene Connolly navigates the effects of ALS.
 
12:00AM  Holly Near: American Masters
 
  1:00AM  Keeper Of The Beat: A Woman's Journey Into The (R) (Also 3/4 4AM, 3/6 5AM, 3/6 11AM)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Late Blossom Blues" (Also 3/3 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Our American Family: The Clarks (R) (Also 3/3 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  The Talk - Race In America (R)
 

Sunday | March 3
 
  6:00AM  On Story "A Conversation With Mark Frost" (R) (Also 3/3 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/3 2PM, 3/6 6AM, 3/6 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind "Showdown 2020" (Also 3/3 3PM, 3/4 6:30AM, 3/4 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 3/3 3:30PM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 3/3 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Late Blossom Blues"
 
10:30AM  Our American Family: The Clarks (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Phil Koeghan - The Amazing Race" (Also 3/10 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Valorie Kondos Field - Life Is Short, Don't Wait T"
 
12:00PM  This American Land "Public Lands, Clean Water From Farmlands, Urine Re" (R)
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Around Milwaukee County" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
Rice farmers in Louisiana bring in a double harvest in their rice fields with rice and crawfish.
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Periwinkle / Tulsa, Ok" (R)
Periwinkle, a service-based business that cleans out and organizes your garage, is highlighted.
 
  2:00PM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an ... (Also 3/6 6AM, 3/6 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 "Showdown 2020"
Demos President Sabeel Rahman discusses the future of the Democratic Party and progressivism. (Also 3/4 6:30AM, 3/4 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 "A Conversation With Mark Frost" (R)
Twin Peaks co-creator Mark Frost talks about the impact of the original cult favorite show.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "Right To Fail"
After decades in institutions, a man with schizophrenia faces violence and death to live on his own.
 
  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  Outside With Greg Aiello "Molokai" (R)
A visit to Molokai features a hike into a sacred valley, deserted beaches and snorkeling in Hawaii.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "North England's Lake District And Durham" (R)
Admire idyllic lakes, waterfalls and stony summits while hiking through the Cumbrian Lake District.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Madama Butterfly" (R)
Kristine Opolais shines in her heartbreaking interpretation of the title role in Madama Butterfly.
 
11:00PM  AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange "Short Films"
An eclectic selection of three short programs includes the animated documentary black enuf.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Yosemite" (R) (Also 3/4 8AM, 3/4 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Hard Times" (Also 3/4 9AM, 3/4 3PM, 3/9 7PM)
 
  2:00AM  Doc World "Towards The North/Los Comandos" (R) (Also 3/4 10AM, 3/4 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  Finding Your Roots "The Long Way Home" (R) (Also 3/4 11AM)
 
  4:00AM  Keeper Of The Beat: A Woman's Journey Into The (R) (Also 3/6 5AM, 3/6 11AM)
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Michael Mcdonald And Russ Titelman" (Also 3/7 5AM, 3/7 11AM)
 

Monday | March 4
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  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 "Peter Langrock"
Fran Stoddard interviews Peter Langrock, an Addison County trial lawyer who has argued before the U.S. Supreme Court. A man of many interests, Langrock is also an artist, author and farmer. (CC)
 
  9:00PM  If Stone Could Speak
Stonecutters emigrated from northern Italy to Barre, Vermont, the "Granite Capital of the World." (Also 3/9 11PM, 3/12 9:30PM)
 
10:00PM  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.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/5 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Mankiller (R) (Also 3/5 8AM, 3/5 2PM, 3/10 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  Warrior Women (Also 3/5 9AM, 3/5 3PM, 3/10 5AM, 3/11 3AM, 3/11 11AM)
 
  2:00AM  Life On The Line "San Bernardino Strong" (R) (Also 3/5 10AM, 3/5 4PM, 3/8 5AM, 3/8 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Didn't See That Coming" (Also 3/5 10:30AM, 3/5 4:30PM, 3/8 5:30AM, 3/8 11:30AM, 3/9 1:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Penny: Champion Of The Marginalized (R) (Also 3/5 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Finding Refuge (R) (Also 3/5 11:30AM)
 

Tuesday | March 5
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  America Reframed "Finding Kukan" (R)
Filmmaker Robin Lung documents her 7-year journey to uncover the efforts of Li Ling-Ai, the visionary but uncredited producer of Kukan. Lung discovers a damaged film print of Kukan, and pieces ... (Also 3/6 12AM, 3/6 8AM, 3/6 2PM, 3/9 10PM, 3/10 3AM, 3/10 9AM)
 
  9:00PM  Rooted: Cultivating Community In The Vt Grange (R)
The Grange, or Order of the Patrons of Husbandry, was the heart of rural community life in America in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Local Grange halls hosted suppers, dances, plays, and monthly meetings to relieve the monotony and isolation of farm work. In one-on-one interviews and at social gatherings, members of the Middle Branch and Riverside Granges-both active in Vermont-reminisce about growing up in the Grange "family" and grapple with the challenge of preserving community in a
 
10:00PM  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.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/6 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Finding Kukan" (R) (Also 3/6 8AM, 3/6 2PM, 3/9 10PM, 3/10 3AM, 3/10 9AM)
 
  1:00AM  Reel South "First Lady Of The Revolution" (R) (Also 3/6 9AM, 3/6 3PM, 3/9 5AM, 3/10 2AM, 3/10 10AM)
 
  2:00AM  Oceans Of Pink (R) (Also 3/6 10AM, 3/6 4PM, 3/13 5AM, 3/13 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Keeper Of The Beat: A Woman's Journey Into The (R) (Also 3/6 11AM)
 

Wednesday | March 6
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  The 60s Generation (My Music) (R)
Focuses on the years 1965 - 1969 and includes essential 60s generation folk rock, R&B and pop.
 
10:00PM  Yellowstone Symphony
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/7 3AM)
 
12:00AM  POV "The War To Be Her" (R) (Also 3/7 8AM, 3/7 2PM)
 
  1:30AM  Independent Lens "Supergirl" (R) (Also 3/7 9:30AM, 3/7 3:30PM, 3/9 12PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Michael Mcdonald And Russ Titelman" (Also 3/7 11AM)
 

Thursday | March 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 "Spring Mushrooms, Brook Trout, Peregrine Falcons" (R)
Spring excursion for wild morels and brook trout; nesting peregrine falcons; health of bass in Lake St. Catherine.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Sheep Herding Dogs/Wool Felt/Weaving/Tinsmith" (R)
Steve Wetmore of Strafford and his sheep-herding border collies; making wool felt, with Janet Cathey of South Strafford; the art of weaving, with Diane Yelton of Londonderry; and tinsmithing, with Dave Claggett of Weston.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Precision/Lumberjacks/Slayton"
A visit to the American Precision Museum in Windsor, Vt.; the University of New Hampshire Woodsmen Team scrimmage; and an interview with Tom Slayton, editor of Vermont Life magazine.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "Andre Gagnon" (R)
Canadian Jazz/Classical pianist.
 
10:00PM  Crossroads "The Old Way"
This episode includes blacksmith Steve Duprey in Rutland, VT, artist Aaron Taeger, and poet Bill O'Neil in NH.
 
10:30PM  Bardo: A Night In The Life "The Milk Carton Kids"
An afternoon at the Shelburne Museum with Kenneth and Joey from the Milk Carton Kids. Host, Ryan Miller, shows them around this delightful corner of Vermont before their gig at Higher Ground.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/8 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Mystery Beneath the Ice" (R) (Also 3/8 8AM, 3/8 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Plants Behaving Badly "Murder & Mayhem" (R) (Also 3/8 9AM, 3/8 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Medicine Woman (R) (Also 3/8 10AM, 3/8 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Life On The Line "San Bernardino Strong" (R) (Also 3/8 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Didn't See That Coming" (Also 3/8 11:30AM, 3/9 1:30PM)
 

Friday | March 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  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.
 
  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  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 3/9 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Beyond The Powder: The Legacy Of The First Wome (R) (Also 3/9 8AM, 3/9 2PM, 3/11 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  Breaking Through The Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby (R) (Also 3/9 9AM, 3/9 3PM)
 
  2:30AM  Anne Morrow Lindbergh: You'll Have The Sky (R) (Also 3/9 10:30AM, 3/9 4:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Reel South "First Lady Of The Revolution" (R) (Also 3/10 2AM, 3/10 10AM)
 

Saturday | March 9
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Mystery Diagnosis IIi" (R) (Also 3/9 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/9 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/10 6:30AM, 3/10 2PM, 3/13 6AM, 3/13 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 3/10 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Beyond The Powder: The Legacy Of The First Wome (R) (Also 3/9 2PM, 3/11 4AM)
 
  9:00AM  Breaking Through The Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby (R) (Also 3/9 3PM)
 
10:30AM  Anne Morrow Lindbergh: You'll Have The Sky (R) (Also 3/9 4:30PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Mystery Diagnosis IIi" (R)
 
12:00PM  Independent Lens "Supergirl" (R)
 
  1:30PM  Stories From The Stage "Didn't See That Coming"
Explore the art of storytelling through interviews with the storytellers talking about their craft, their on-stage performances, and comments and stories from the audience. Theresa Okokon and Wes ...
 
  2:00PM  Beyond The Powder: The Legacy Of The First Wome (R)
Female pilots of the 2014 Air Race Classic racers and the 1929 Powder Puff Derby are showcased. (Also 3/11 4AM)
 
  3:00PM  Breaking Through The Clouds: The First Women's National Air Derby (R)
The story of the women who took part in the first women's national air derby in 1929 is told.
 
  4:30PM  Anne Morrow Lindbergh: You'll Have The Sky (R)
One of the 20th century's best-loved writers and wife of aviator Charles Lindbergh is profiled.
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
The detectives investigate four stories from the American West, from the rodeo to Hollywood.
 
  6:00PM  Makers "Women in Hollywood" (R)
Jane Fonda, Zoe Saldana, Glenn Close and others are showcased.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Hard Times"
The family stories of filmmaker Michael Moore and actors Laura Linney and Chloe Sevigny are explored.
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "Welcome To Leith" (R)
Residents of a North Dakota town struggle against a notorious white supremacist.
 
  9:30PM  Meet The Makers
The Vermont Food Venture Center profiles local farm and food entrepreneurs.
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "Finding Kukan" (R)
Filmmaker Robin Lung documents her 7-year journey to uncover the efforts of Li Ling-Ai, the visionary but uncredited producer of Kukan. Lung discovers a damaged film print of Kukan, and pieces ... (Also 3/10 3AM, 3/10 9AM)
 
11:00PM  If Stone Could Speak
Stonecutters emigrated from northern Italy to Barre, Vermont, the "Granite Capital of the World." (Also 3/12 9:30PM)
 
12:00AM  Loretta Lynn: American Masters (R)
 
  2:00AM  Reel South "First Lady Of The Revolution" (R) (Also 3/10 10AM)
 
  3:00AM  America Reframed "Finding Kukan" (R) (Also 3/10 9AM)
 
  4:00AM  Mankiller (R)
 
  5:00AM  Warrior Women (Also 3/11 3AM, 3/11 11AM)
 

Sunday | March 10
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Zombies And Groot - Bringing Comics To Life" (R) (Also 3/10 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/10 2PM, 3/13 6AM, 3/13 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind "The Case For Economic Affirmative Action" (Also 3/10 3PM, 3/11 6:30AM, 3/11 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 3/10 3:30PM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 3/10 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Finding Kukan" (R)
 
10:00AM  Reel South "First Lady Of The Revolution" (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Wolfgang Joensson - Iconix" (Also 3/17 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Phil Koeghan - The Amazing Race"
 
12:00PM  This American Land "Restoring The Colorado Delta, Data-Driven Farming" (R)
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Appleton" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
A farm that has been one of the country's top corn producers every year since 2000 is visited.
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Con Quesos & Juice Palm / Fayetteville, Ar" (R)
Omar Kasim is owner of the restaurant Con Quesos and a cold-pressed juice bar named Juice Palm.
 
  2:00PM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an ... (Also 3/13 6AM, 3/13 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 "The Case For Economic Affirmative Action"
Anthony Jack discusses "The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges Are Failing Disadvantaged Students." (Also 3/11 6:30AM, 3/11 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 "Zombies And Groot - Bringing Comics To Life" (R)
Nicole Perlman and Angela Kang discuss working as female genre writers in a male-dominated industry.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "Life On Parole" (R)
Former prisoners in Connecticut are followed through the challenges of their first year on parole.
 
  6:00PM  Secrets of Althorp - The Spencers (R)
Charles, brother of Princess Diana, gives a personal tour around the Spencer family's manor.
 
  7:00PM  Outside With Greg Aiello "Torrey Pines" (R)
The sport of Paragliding and its history at Torrey Pines north of downtown San Diego are explored.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Venice: City Of Dreams" (R)
Cruise the Grand Canal, visit a venerable cafe and savor fresh fish canalside with Venetian friends.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Lulu" (R)
Visual artist William Kentridge stages Alban Berg's shocking masterpiece about a femme fatale.
 
11:30PM  Emery Blagdon And His Healing Machine (R)
The story of Nebraska artist Emery Blagdon and the men responsible for preserving his art is told.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Jungle Animal Hospital" (R) (Also 3/11 8AM, 3/11 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "The Impression" (R) (Also 3/11 9AM, 3/11 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Doc World "Las Sandinistas!" (Also 3/11 10AM, 3/11 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  Warrior Women (Also 3/11 11AM)
 
  4:00AM  Beyond The Powder: The Legacy Of The First Wome (R)
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Billy Gibbons And Eric Holland" (Also 3/14 5AM, 3/14 11AM)
 

Monday | March 11
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  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 "Marjorie Ryerson"
Marjorie Ryerson is an American editor, photographer, and politician. She represented the Orange-Washington-Addison district in the Vermont House of Representatives from 2013-2017. She is a member of ...
 
  9:00PM  Quebec: The Memories Of Angels
A singular lesson in Montreal history with its famous figures, symbolic places and ordinary citizens. (Also 3/15 8PM, 3/19 9:30PM)
 
10:27PM  Of Stone, Wood, And Glass: Alnoba (R)
Timber framing and passive design come together in an extraordinary building in Kensington, NH.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/12 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Women Of '69, Unboxed (R) (Also 3/12 8AM, 3/12 2PM, 3/17 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  Heather Booth: Changing The World (Also 3/12 9AM, 3/12 3PM, 3/17 5AM)
 
  2:00AM  Life On The Line "Ebola Warriors" (R) (Also 3/12 10AM, 3/12 4PM, 3/15 5AM, 3/15 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Food For Thought" (Also 3/12 10:30AM, 3/12 4:30PM, 3/15 5:30AM, 3/15 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  No Evidence Of Disease (R) (Also 3/12 11AM)
 

Tuesday | March 12
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  America Reframed "Radical Grace" (R)
When the Vatican reprimands U.S. nuns, citing their "radical feminism, " three U.S. Catholic activist nuns ponder what it means for them to be devoted to a historically male-driven institution like ... (Also 3/13 12AM, 3/13 8AM, 3/13 2PM, 3/16 10PM, 3/17 2AM, 3/17 9AM)
 
  9:30PM  If Stone Could Speak
Stonecutters emigrated from northern Italy to Barre, Vermont, the "Granite Capital of the World."
 
10:30PM  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.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/13 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "Radical Grace" (R) (Also 3/13 8AM, 3/13 2PM, 3/16 10PM, 3/17 2AM, 3/17 9AM)
 
  1:30AM  Amazing Grace (R) (Also 3/13 9:30AM, 3/13 3:30PM, 3/16 1:30PM, 3/17 3:30AM, 3/17 10:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  Balancing The Scales (R) (Also 3/13 10AM, 3/13 4PM, 3/16 5AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Oceans Of Pink (R) (Also 3/13 11AM)
 

Wednesday | March 13
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  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  John Denver: Country Boy (R)
The private life and public legacy of singer-songwriter and activist John Denver are explored.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/14 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Jewish Film Showcase "Ahead Of Time: The Extraordinary Journey Of Ruth G" (R) (Also 3/14 8AM, 3/14 2PM)
 
  1:30AM  POV "93queen" (R) (Also 3/14 9:30AM, 3/14 3:30PM, 3/16 12PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Speakeasy "Billy Gibbons And Eric Holland" (Also 3/14 11AM)
 

Thursday | March 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 "Crappie, Victory Basin WMA, Brilyea Dam" (R)
Fishing for crappie on Lake Champlain; the rare spruce grouse at Victory Basin; birdwatching at Addison's Dead Creek.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Old Cemeteries/Journaling/Raising Chickens/Lange" (R)
The twin arts of journaling and bookbinding, and a look at historic cemetaries and gravestone art thoughout the state.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Waterfront Art/Lowell Boats/Kurth" (R)
A look at "The Waterfront Project," Burlington's year-long 1997 multi-media arts event with choreographer Hannah Dennison; a visit to the Lowell Boat Shop in Amesbury, Mass.; a 1997 interview with Vermont author Peter Kurth.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "Pete Smith Band" (R)
Artist and songwriter, Pete Smith performs original folk style material with his Winooski-based band.
 
10:00PM  Crossroads "Civil Warriors"
Watch a weekend of Civil War re-enactment.
 
10:30PM  Bardo: A Night In The Life "Tune-Yards"
With strong themes of human rights, tUnE-yArDs are spreading a message of tolerance and love. Singer, Merrill Garbus, and host, Ryan Miller, put their creativity on display at the Iskra Print ...
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/15 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Arctic Ghost Ship" (R) (Also 3/15 8AM, 3/15 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Plants Behaving Badly "Sex & Lies" (R) (Also 3/15 9AM, 3/15 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Ireland's Wild Coast (Also 3/15 10AM, 3/15 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Life On The Line "Ebola Warriors" (R) (Also 3/15 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Food For Thought" (Also 3/15 11:30AM)
 

Friday | March 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  Quebec: The Memories Of Angels
A singular lesson in Montreal history with its famous figures, symbolic places and ordinary citizens. (Also 3/19 9:30PM)
 
  9:30PM  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 3/16 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Maya Angelou: American Masters (R) (Also 3/16 8AM, 3/16 2PM)
 
  2:00AM  POV "Still Tomorrow" (R) (Also 3/16 10AM, 3/16 4PM, 3/20 5AM, 3/20 11AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Balancing The Scales (R)
 

Saturday | March 16
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Sudden Cardiac Arrest" (R) (Also 3/16 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/16 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/17 6:30AM, 3/17 2PM, 3/20 6AM, 3/20 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 3/17 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Maya Angelou: American Masters (R) (Also 3/16 2PM)
 
10:00AM  POV "Still Tomorrow" (R) (Also 3/16 4PM, 3/20 5AM, 3/20 11AM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Sudden Cardiac Arrest" (R)
 
12:00PM  POV "93queen" (R)
 
  1:30PM  Amazing Grace (R)
The treatment of women in the legal industry from the late 1940's through today is explored. (Also 3/17 3:30AM, 3/17 10:30AM)
 
  2:00PM  Maya Angelou: American Masters (R)
Journey through the prolific life of the "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" author and activist.
 
  4:00PM  POV "Still Tomorrow" (R)
Breakout writer Yu Xihua, a woman with cerebral palsy, has become China's most famous poet. (Also 3/20 5AM, 3/20 11AM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives (R)
A powder horn in Minnesota is traced to a captain in Massachusetts during the American Revolution.
 
  6:00PM  Makers "Women in Space" (R)
Interviews with astronauts help trace the history of women pioneers in the U.S. space program.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Children Of The Revolution" (R)
Lupita Nyong'o, Carmelo Anthony and Ana Navarro investigate the political choices of their fathers.
 
  8:00PM  Independent Lens "My Nazi Legacy: What Our Fathers Did" (R)
The sons of two Nazi war criminals who were responsible for thousands of deaths are interviewed.
 
  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 "Radical Grace" (R)
When the Vatican reprimands U.S. nuns, citing their "radical feminism, " three U.S. Catholic activist nuns ponder what it means for them to be devoted to a historically male-driven institution like ... (Also 3/17 2AM, 3/17 9AM)
 
11:30PM  Noyana - Singing At The End Of Life (R)
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.
 
12:00AM  Janis Joplin: American Masters (R) (Also 3/23 8AM, 3/23 2PM)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "Radical Grace" (R) (Also 3/17 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Amazing Grace (R) (Also 3/17 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  Women Of '69, Unboxed (R)
 
  5:00AM  Heather Booth: Changing The World
 

Sunday | March 17
 
  6:00AM  On Story "Script To Screen: Arrival" (R) (Also 3/17 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/17 2PM, 3/20 6AM, 3/20 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind "Cyber Diplomacy Or Mr. Robot Dystopia?" (Also 3/17 3PM, 3/18 6:30AM, 3/18 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 3/17 3:30PM, 3/21 7:30AM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 3/17 4PM, 3/21 7AM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "Radical Grace" (R)
 
10:30AM  Amazing Grace (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Dennis Palumbo - Dark Mirror" (Also 3/24 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Wolfgang Joensson - Iconix"
 
12:00PM  This American Land "The Continental Divide, Escalante River, 3-D Scien" (R)
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Middleton" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
Travel to Nebraska where art students expand their horizons on a one of a kind art farm.
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "J. Rieger & Co. / Kansas City, Mo" (R)
Ryan Maybee and Andy Rieger resurrect a family legacy while building an incredible business.
 
  2:00PM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an ... (Also 3/20 6AM, 3/20 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 "Cyber Diplomacy Or Mr. Robot Dystopia?"
Former State Department Advisor Chris Painter discusses digital security and foreign policy. (Also 3/18 6:30AM, 3/18 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 3/21 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 3/21 7AM)
 
  4:30PM  On Story "Script To Screen: Arrival" (R)
Screenwriter Eric Heisserer talks about selling Hollywood his adaption of the movie Arrival.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "North Korea's Deadly Dictator" (R)
A look at who killed Kim Jong-un's half brother and what it reveals about the leader and his regime.
 
  6:00PM  Royal Wives At War (R)
Dramatic monologues by the Queen Mother and Wallis Simpson highlight the abdication crisis of 1936.
 
  7:00PM  Outside With Greg Aiello "Baja California Road Trip" (R)
Greg camps on empty beaches, explores unique landscapes and swims with majestic whale sharks.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "Venice And Its Lagoon" (R)
Sample the splendid art treasures of Venice, explore its backstreet wonders and cruise its lagoon.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Eugene Onegin" (R)
Anna Netrebko reprises one of her most acclaimed roles as Tatiana, the heroine of Tchaikovsky's opera, adapted from Pushkin's classic novel. Dmitri Hvorostovsky stars as the title character, who ...
 
11:00PM  Black Ballerina (R)
The stories of several black women from different generations who fell in love with ballet are told.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Moose: Life of a Twig Eater" (R) (Also 3/18 8AM, 3/18 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "Unfamiliar Kin" (R) (Also 3/18 9AM, 3/18 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Doc World "Facing The Dragon" (Also 3/18 10AM, 3/18 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  Reel South "Alabama Bound" (R) (Also 3/18 11AM, 3/23 5AM)
 
  4:00AM  Miriam Beerman: Expressing The Chaos (R) (Also 3/19 5AM, 3/19 11AM, 3/20 2AM, 3/20 10AM, 3/20 4PM)
 
  5:00AM  John Paul II In Ireland: A Plea For Peace (Also 3/21 5AM, 3/21 11AM)
 

Monday | March 18
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Vermont This Week Special "Ask The Governor"
 
  9:00PM  Quebec: The Devil's Share
A reinterpretation of the historical record, offering a distinctive perspective on Quebec. (Also 3/22 8PM)
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/19 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Lorraine Hansberry: American Masters (R) (Also 3/19 8AM, 3/19 2PM, 3/24 4AM)
 
  2:00AM  Life On The Line "It's About The Journey" (R) (Also 3/19 10AM, 3/19 4PM, 3/22 5AM, 3/22 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Suitcase Stories (Part 2)" (R) (Also 3/19 10:30AM, 3/19 4:30PM, 3/22 5:30AM, 3/22 11:30AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Miriam Beerman: Expressing The Chaos (R) (Also 3/19 11AM, 3/20 2AM, 3/20 10AM, 3/20 4PM)
 

Tuesday | March 19
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  America Reframed "100 Years: One Woman's Fight For Justice" (R)
Elouise Cobell is a little known hero whose relentless pursuit of justice led her to find remedy for over half a million American Indian account holders whose funds were held by the U.S. government ... (Also 3/20 12AM, 3/20 8AM, 3/20 2PM, 3/23 10PM, 3/24 2AM, 3/24 9AM)
 
  9:30PM  Quebec: The Memories Of Angels
A singular lesson in Montreal history with its famous figures, symbolic places and ordinary citizens.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/20 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "100 Years: One Woman's Fight For Justice" (R) (Also 3/20 8AM, 3/20 2PM, 3/23 10PM, 3/24 2AM, 3/24 9AM)
 
  1:30AM  Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways (Also 3/20 9:30AM, 3/20 3:30PM, 3/24 3:30AM, 3/24 10:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  Miriam Beerman: Expressing The Chaos (R) (Also 3/20 10AM, 3/20 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  POV "Still Tomorrow" (R) (Also 3/20 11AM)
 

Wednesday | March 20
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances "Andrea Bocelli @ 60"
A celebration of Andrea Bocelli's 60th Birthday in Italy features Josh Groban and Matteo Bocelli.
 
  9:30PM  Great Performances "Pavarotti: A Voice for the Ages" (R)
A special that first aired to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Luciano Pavarotti's career debut. Includes "Nessun dorma" and more.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/21 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Independent Lens "Ovarian Psycos" (R) (Also 3/21 8AM, 3/21 2PM, 3/25 3AM, 3/25 11AM, 3/25 4PM, 3/26 5AM, 3/26 11AM)
 
  1:00AM  POV "306 Hollywood" (Also 3/21 9AM, 3/21 3PM, 3/23 12PM, 3/23 8PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  John Paul II In Ireland: A Plea For Peace (Also 3/21 11AM)
 

Thursday | March 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 "Restoring The Battenkill, High School Taxidermy" (R)
Lawrence Pyne looks at efforts to restore Battenkill River to a prized trout stream. The Pomainville Wildlife Management Area provides habitat along the Otter Creek. A look at a taxidermy class being taught at Otter Valley Union High School in Brandon, Vt.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Wild Game Supper/Wildlife Track/Wood-Frame Canoe" (R)
The annual wild game supper in Bradford, with Eris Eastman; the art of tracking wildlife, with Susan Morse of Keeping Track in Richmond; and building and restoring wood-framed canoes, with Marc Tamiso of Concord.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Alden Pellett/David Lamb/Dug Nap"
Ice-climbing with photographer Alden Pellett; master furniture maker David Lamb; artist Dug Nap.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "Banjo Dan And The Mid-Nite Plowboys" (R)
Original and traditional country music in the bluegrass style is featured in this program. Dan Lindner of Plainfield leads this group of unique Vermont musicians who use all acoustic instruments ...
 
10:00PM  Crossroads "The Birth Project"
In the spring of 1985, the Wood Art Gallery was host to an exceptional show called "The Birth Project." Designed by Judy Chicago, noted feminist and artist who achieved national recognition with her ...
 
10:30PM  Bardo: A Night In The Life
Transporting viewers from high-energy performance to the life of the performer, Bardo: A Night in the Life is a collaboration between Vermont PBS and Higher Ground. Hosted by Ryan Miller of Guster, ...
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/22 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Nova "Wild Ways" (R) (Also 3/22 8AM, 3/22 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Hawking (R) (Also 3/22 9AM, 3/22 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Ireland's Wild Coast (Also 3/22 10AM, 3/22 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Life On The Line "It's About The Journey" (R) (Also 3/22 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Suitcase Stories (Part 2)" (R) (Also 3/22 11:30AM)
 

Friday | March 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  Quebec: The Devil's Share
A reinterpretation of the historical record, offering a distinctive perspective on Quebec.
 
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 3/23 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Frontline "The Trial Of Ratko Mladic" (Also 3/24 5PM)
 
  2:00AM  Shot In Mexico (R) (Also 3/23 10AM, 3/23 4PM, 3/25 4AM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Reel South "Alabama Bound" (R)
 

Saturday | March 23
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Ptsd)" (R) (Also 3/23 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/23 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/24 6:30AM, 3/24 2PM, 3/27 6AM, 3/27 1PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 3/24 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Janis Joplin: American Masters (R) (Also 3/23 2PM)
 
10:00AM  Shot In Mexico (R) (Also 3/23 4PM, 3/25 4AM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Ptsd)" (R)
 
12:00PM  POV "306 Hollywood" (Also 3/23 8PM)
 
  2:00PM  Janis Joplin: American Masters (R)
Intimate letters and rare footage shed light on the life of iconic rock singer Janis Joplin.
 
  4:00PM  Shot In Mexico (R)
SHOT IN MEXICO is a documentary that tells the story of Brad Will, a young American activist-journalist killed in 2006 while filming a violent rebellion in Oaxaca, Mexico, and the tangled aftermath ... (Also 3/25 4AM)
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives: Special Investigations "Civil War Sabotage?" (R)
In a new season, the team investigates one iconic mystery each week. Up first, the mysterious sinking of the Mississippi steamboat USS Sultana in 1865.
 
  6:00PM  Makers "Women in Politics" (R)
Women in public office including Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren and Olympia Snowe (pictured) are showcased.
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Relatives We Never Knew We Had" (R)
Actresses Tea Leoni and Gaby Hoffmann are introduced to the life stories of their ancestors.
 
  8:00PM  POV "306 Hollywood"
After the owner of a house dies, her two grandchildren begin an epic excavation of her belongings.
 
10:00PM  America Reframed "100 Years: One Woman's Fight For Justice" (R)
Elouise Cobell is a little known hero whose relentless pursuit of justice led her to find remedy for over half a million American Indian account holders whose funds were held by the U.S. government ... (Also 3/24 2AM, 3/24 9AM)
 
11:30PM  The Story Of Vt's Quiet Digital Revolution
A film about "Front Porch Forum", a Vermont exclusive social media network.
 
12:00AM  American Masters "Althea" (R)
 
  1:30AM  Harpist's Legacy: Ann Hobson Pilot And The Soun (R)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "100 Years: One Woman's Fight For Justice" (R) (Also 3/24 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways (Also 3/24 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  Lorraine Hansberry: American Masters (R)
 

Sunday | March 24
 
  6:00AM  On Story "A Conversation With Courtney Kemp" (R) (Also 3/24 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/24 2PM, 3/27 6AM, 3/27 1PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind "Preserving, Protecting, And Defending Democracy" (Also 3/24 3PM, 3/25 6:30AM, 3/25 1:30PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 3/24 3:30PM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 3/24 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "100 Years: One Woman's Fight For Justice" (R)
 
10:30AM  Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Barry Kibrick - Wisdom, Change And Purpose" (Also 3/31 11:30AM)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Dennis Palumbo - Dark Mirror"
 
12:00PM  This American Land "Sharing The Gulf, Antiquities Act, Mississippi Wet" (R)
 
12:30PM  Around The Corner With John Mcgivern "Havenwoods" (R)
 
  1:00PM  America's Heartland (R)
A Louisiana cotton harvest is visited. Learn how cotton fibers are transformed into denim jeans.
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Flipside Ninja Park / Lowell, Ar" (R)
Caleb and Emily Benson started an indoor ninja training facility in Arkansas.
 
  2:00PM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an ... (Also 3/27 6AM, 3/27 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 "Preserving, Protecting, And Defending Democracy"
Common Cause Electoral Reform director Pam Wilmot discusses voting and the state of democracy. (Also 3/25 6:30AM, 3/25 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 "A Conversation With Courtney Kemp" (R)
Showrunner and producer Courtney A. Kemp discusses the power dynamics in the television industry.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "The Trial Of Ratko Mladic"
Inside the war crimes trial of one of the infamous figures from the Balkan wars of the 1990s.
 
  7:00PM  Outside With Greg Aiello "California Grasslands" (R)
Greg ventures into Carrizo Plains National Monument and inter-coastal mountains during spring.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "European Travel Skills, Part I" (R)
Practical advice on how to have a fun, affordable and culturally broadening trip to Europe is given.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Samson Et Dalila"
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  Opera Reimagined: Animating The Cunning Little (R)
The Cleveland Orchestra staged a unique production of Leos Janacek's The Cunning Little Vixen.
 
11:00PM  Double Take: The Art Of Elizabeth King
The aesthetic and engineering questions sculptor Elizabeth King puzzles over are showcased.
 
12:00AM  Nature "Charlie And The Curious Otters" (R) (Also 3/25 8AM, 3/25 2PM)
 
  1:00AM  Finding Your Roots "The Vanguard" (R) (Also 3/25 9AM)
 
  2:00AM  Doc World "Daze Of Justice" (Also 3/25 10AM, 3/25 3PM)
 
  3:00AM  Independent Lens "Ovarian Psycos" (R) (Also 3/25 11AM, 3/25 4PM, 3/26 5AM, 3/26 11AM)
 
  4:00AM  Shot In Mexico (R)
 
  5:00AM  Films Bykids "I Could Tell You 'bout My Life" (Also 3/28 5AM, 3/28 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Films Bykids "My Beautiful Nicaragua" (Also 3/28 5:30AM, 3/28 11:30AM)
 

Monday | March 25
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  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 "Francois Clemmons" (R)
Francois Clemmons has sung and performed on Mr. Rogers and with his own Harlem Spiritual Ensemble.
 
  9:00PM  Quebec: The Great Resistance
This documentary traces a defining chapter of Quebec history and raises questions about development. (Also 3/29 8PM)
 
10:30PM  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.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/26 3AM)
 
12:00AM  War Zone/Comfort Zone (R) (Also 3/26 8AM, 3/26 2PM, 3/31 4AM)
 
  1:00AM  Soldier On: Life After Deployment (R) (Also 3/26 9AM, 3/26 3PM, 3/31 5AM)
 
  2:00AM  Life On The Line "The Lasting Impact" (R) (Also 3/26 10AM, 3/26 4PM, 3/29 5AM, 3/29 11AM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Rain Or Shine" (Also 3/26 10:30AM, 3/26 4:30PM, 3/28 2:30AM, 3/28 10:30AM, 3/28 4:30PM, 3/29 5:30AM, 3/29 11:30AM, 3/30 1:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Independent Lens "Ovarian Psycos" (R) (Also 3/26 11AM)
 

Tuesday | March 26
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  America Reframed "In The Game" (R)
The the ups and downs of a girls' soccer team reveal the very real obstacles that low-income students confront in their quest for higher education. Set in a primarily Hispanic neighborhood, Kelly ... (Also 3/27 12AM, 3/27 8AM, 3/27 2PM, 3/31 2AM, 3/31 9AM)
 
  9:30PM  All Of Me (R)
The lives of Vermonters caught in the downward spiral of eating disorders and finding healing.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/27 3AM)
 
12:00AM  America Reframed "In The Game" (R) (Also 3/27 8AM, 3/27 2PM, 3/31 2AM, 3/31 9AM)
 
  1:30AM  Perfect 36: When Women Won The Vote (R) (Also 3/27 9:30AM, 3/27 3:30PM, 3/31 3:30AM, 3/31 10:30AM)
 
  2:00AM  Women Outward Bound (R) (Also 3/27 10AM, 3/27 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  It's All In The Game: The Leta Andrews Story (R) (Also 3/27 11AM)
 

Wednesday | March 27
 
  6:30PM  DW News
DW News - a daily newscast from the heart of Europe. As one of the world's largest international broadcasters, Deutsche Welle provides public television viewers the unique opportunity to see our ...
 
  7:00PM  Democracy Now!
Anchored by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, Democracy Now! presents daily headlines and in-depth discussions from a diversity of voices rarely heard from in mainstream media.
 
  8:00PM  Woody Guthrie All Star Tribute Concert -- 1970
 
  9:30PM  Josh Groban Bridges: In Concert From Madison Sq
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/28 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Women, War & Peace "Wave Goodbye To Dinosaurs" (Also 3/28 8AM, 3/28 2PM, 3/30 8PM)
 
  1:00AM  POV "The Apology" (R) (Also 3/28 9AM, 3/28 3PM)
 
  2:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Rain Or Shine" (Also 3/28 10:30AM, 3/28 4:30PM, 3/29 5:30AM, 3/29 11:30AM, 3/30 1:30PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Films Bykids "I Could Tell You 'bout My Life" (Also 3/28 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Films Bykids "My Beautiful Nicaragua" (Also 3/28 11:30AM)
 

Thursday | March 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 "Upland Bird Hunting, West Mountain WMA" (R)
Lawrence Pyne heads for Quimby Country to enjoy some upland bird hunting. West Mountain Wildlife Management Area, covering nearly 23,000 acres, is home to many rare or endangered plants.
 
  8:30PM  Rural Free Delivery "Agritourism/Ladyslippers/Wooden Signs" (R)
A look at agritourism and the evolution of a family farm at the Adams farm in Wilmington; propagation of the rare ladyslipper orchid, with Scott Durkey of the Vermont Ladyslipper Company in Tunbridge; and the art of making wooden signs, with Chip Edson, Anharad Edson and Frank Crane of Wooden Rooster Signs in Manchester.
 
  9:00PM  Points North Classics "Montreal Inventive/Snowmaking/Burns"
A look at some well-known items and their inventors from Montreal; the art of snowmaking; a 1997 interview with documentary producers Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan.
 
  9:30PM  Guest Of The House "Just Jazz" (R)
The sounds of instrumental jazz are featured on this program. This Vermont quartet has appeared extensively throughout the state and is led by Larry McCrorey.
 
10:00PM  Crossroads "Vulgar & Sublime"
Attend the opening of the art show "The Vulgar and the Sublime" at The Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, and hear from the participants.
 
10:30PM  Bardo: A Night In The Life
Transporting viewers from high-energy performance to the life of the performer, Bardo: A Night in the Life is a collaboration between Vermont PBS and Higher Ground. Hosted by Ryan Miller of Guster, ...
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/29 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Women, War & Peace "The Trials Of Spring" (Also 3/29 10AM, 3/29 2PM, 3/30 9PM)
 
  1:00AM  Nova "Secrets Of The Shining Knight" (R) (Also 3/29 8AM, 3/29 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Secrets of the Dead "King Arthur's Lost Kingdom" (Also 3/29 9AM, 3/29 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Life On The Line "The Lasting Impact" (R) (Also 3/29 11AM)
 
  5:30AM  Stories From The Stage "Rain Or Shine" (Also 3/29 11:30AM, 3/30 1:30PM)
 

Friday | March 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  Quebec: The Great Resistance
This documentary traces a defining chapter of Quebec history and raises questions about development.
 
  9:25PM  Quebec: The Invisible Nation (Le Peuple Invisib (R)
The history and treatment of the Algonquin people in the Quebec region.
 
11:00PM  PBS NewsHour
The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. (Also 3/30 3AM)
 
12:00AM  Women, War & Peace "Naila And The Uprising" (Also 3/30 10AM, 3/30 2PM, 3/30 10PM)
 
  1:00AM  Wings For Maggie Ray (R) (Also 3/30 8AM, 3/30 3PM)
 
  2:00AM  Anne Morgan's War (Also 3/30 9AM, 3/30 4PM)
 
  3:00AM  PBS NewsHour
 
  4:00AM  Amanpour And Company
 
  5:00AM  Highpointers (R)
 

Saturday | March 30
 
  6:00AM  Second Opinion "Special Edition: Ebola" (R) (Also 3/30 11:30AM)
 
  6:30AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (Also 3/30 11AM)
 
  7:00AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/31 6:30AM, 3/31 2PM)
 
  7:30AM  Washington Week (Also 3/31 7AM)
 
  8:00AM  Wings For Maggie Ray (R) (Also 3/30 3PM)
 
  9:00AM  Anne Morgan's War (Also 3/30 4PM)
 
10:00AM  Women, War & Peace "Naila And The Uprising" (Also 3/30 2PM, 3/30 10PM)
 
11:00AM  Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack
 
11:30AM  Second Opinion "Special Edition: Ebola" (R)
 
12:00PM  POV "Cameraperson" (R)
 
  1:30PM  Stories From The Stage "Rain Or Shine"
Explore the art of storytelling through interviews with the storytellers talking about their craft, their on-stage performances, and comments and stories from the audience. Theresa Okokon and Wes ...
 
  2:00PM  Women, War & Peace "Naila And The Uprising"
A women's movement formed the heart of the Palestinian struggle for freedom during the 1987 uprising. (Also 3/30 10PM)
 
  3:00PM  Wings For Maggie Ray (R)
The life and legacy of long-distance aviation racer Margaret "Maggie" Ringenberg are explored.
 
  4:00PM  Anne Morgan's War
American heiress Anne Morgan helped rebuild Picardy, a region in northern France, after World War I.
 
  5:00PM  History Detectives: Special Investigations "The Disappearance of Glenn Miller" (R)
The plane carrying beloved entertainer Glenn Miller mysteriously vanished during World War II.
 
  6:00PM  Makers "Women In Business" (R)
Martha Stewart, Sheryl Sandberg and other exceptional female business leaders are profiled. Pictured: Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook,
 
  7:00PM  Finding Your Roots "Southern Roots" (R)
Questlove, Dr. Phil and Charlayne Hunter-Gault discover tales of bondage in their family histories.
 
  8:00PM  Women, War & Peace "Wave Goodbye To Dinosaurs"
Catholic and Protestant women come together during Northern Ireland's bloody civil war.
 
  9:00PM  Women, War & Peace "The Trials Of Spring"
Three Egyptian women put their lives and bodies on the line fighting for justice and freedom.
 
10:00PM  Women, War & Peace "Naila And The Uprising"
A women's movement formed the heart of the Palestinian struggle for freedom during the 1987 uprising.
 
11:00PM  Women, War & Peace "A Journey Of A Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers"
An all-female Bangladeshi police unit embark on a peacekeeping mission in earthquake-ravaged Haiti. (Also 3/31 12AM)
 
12:00AM  Women, War & Peace "A Journey Of A Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers"
 
  1:00AM  In Their Own Words "Queen Elizabeth II" (R) (Also 3/31 6PM)
 
  2:00AM  America Reframed "In The Game" (R) (Also 3/31 9AM)
 
  3:30AM  Perfect 36: When Women Won The Vote (R) (Also 3/31 10:30AM)
 
  4:00AM  War Zone/Comfort Zone (R)
 
  5:00AM  Soldier On: Life After Deployment (R)
 

Sunday | March 31
 
  6:00AM  On Story "The People V. Oj Simpson: A Conversation With Scot" (R) (Also 3/31 4:30PM)
 
  6:30AM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe (Also 3/31 2PM)
 
  7:00AM  Washington Week
 
  7:30AM  The Open Mind "You're Not Entitled To Your Own Facts" (Also 3/31 3PM)
 
  8:00AM  Focus On Europe (Also 3/31 3:30PM)
 
  8:30AM  Global 3000 (Also 3/31 4PM)
 
  9:00AM  America Reframed "In The Game" (R)
 
10:30AM  Perfect 36: When Women Won The Vote (R)
 
11:00AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Spencer Christian - You Bet Your Life" (R)
 
11:30AM  Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick "Barry Kibrick - Wisdom, Change And Purpose"
 
12:00PM  Articulate With Jim Cotter "The Outsiders"
 
12:30PM  Colorado Experience "Western American Art"
 
  1:30PM  Start Up "Mobility Designed / Kansas City, Mo" (R)
Max Younger has designed a new style of crutch that allows people mobility without compromise.
 
  2:00PM  To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe
This weekly news analysis program is the only woman-centered national news/talk show on television. Dedicated to the premise that women of all ethnic backgrounds and political persuasions are an ...
 
  2:30PM  Firing Line With Margaret Hoover
Join author, activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover for a public affairs talk show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas among the brightest minds and freshest voices from ...
 
  3:00PM  The Open Mind "You're Not Entitled To Your Own Facts"
News Literacy Project CEO Alan Miller discusses students having skills to discern fact from fiction.
 
  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 "The People V. Oj Simpson: A Conversation With Scot" (R)
Scott Alexander discusses developing and writing the award-winning series The People v. O.J. Simpson.
 
  5:00PM  Frontline "War On The Epa" (R)
How Scott Pruitt went from fighting the EPA to running the agency and rolling back years of policy.
 
  6:00PM  In Their Own Words "Queen Elizabeth II" (R)
Queen Elizabeth's remarkable life, from her youth to her reign of more than 60 years, is explored - framed by her own memorable quotes.
 
  7:00PM  Outside With Greg Aiello "Exploring New Mexico" (R)
White Sands National Monument and a narrow slot-canyon hike are highlighted in New Mexico.
 
  7:30PM  Rick Steves' Europe "European Travel Skills, Part II" (R)
Practical advice on how to have a fun, affordable and culturally broadening trip to Europe is given.
 
  8:00PM  Great Performances at The Met "Idomeneo" (R)
In a historic first for any major performing arts institution in this country or abroad, the Metropolitan Opera this season will transmit six of its Saturday matinee performances live in high ...
 
11:30PM  Through The Eye of the Needle: The Art of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz
The art and uplifting life story of Holocaust survivor Esther Nisenthal Krinitz are showcased.