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All Creatures Great and Small on Masterpiece SUNDAYS 8PM begins January 10

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The show is constructed in three parts and will include well-known songs such as “The Impossible Dream,” “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” “She,” and “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” all featured on his new album. Scheduled for a November 20 release from Reprise Records, this new album is a collection of fan favorites and songs they have asked him to perform over the years, as well as two originals.

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In celebration of his new album Harmony, Josh Groban is taking fans on a virtual concert “tour” this fall with a series of new, intimate concerts. Each show will be filmed in-person and live-streamed directly to audiences all over the world. Highlights from select shows feature a number of Broadway classics such as “Bring Him Home” and “Over the Rainbow,” and numerous never-before-seen performances captured specifically for PBS viewers.

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Global superstar Josh Groban returns to PBS with a new concert special that showcases timeless songs and new music from his upcoming album, Harmony.

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All Creatures Great and Small Masterpiece SUNDAYS 8PM begins January 10

James Herriot’s adventures as a veterinarian in 1930’s Yorkshire get a glorious new adaptation in a seven-part series based on his beloved stories. Exciting newcomer Nicholas Ralph will make his television debut as the iconic vet who became renowned for his inspiring humor, compassion and love of life. The 1970s adaptation, which aired on public broadcasting, was a favorite of millions of viewers.

Episode 1 SUNDAY, JANUARY 10  8PM  Also 1/12 2am; 1/14 2pm

James Herriot interviews for a job with harried Yorkshire veterinarian Siegfried Farnon. His first day is full of surprises.

Episode 2 SUNDAY, JANUARY 17  8PM  Also 1/19 2am; 1/21 2pm

Fresh from veterinary college, Siegfried’s fun-loving brother, Tristan, arrives to help out. Mrs. Pumphrey throws a swanky party.

Episode 3 SUNDAY, JANUARY 24  8PM  Also 1/26 2am; 1/28 2pm

James is put to the test with an ailing racehorse. Tristan faces a familiar temptation. Siegfried angles for a prestigious client.

Episode 4 SUNDAY, JANUARY 31  8PM

While Tristan gives Tricki-Woo the spa treatment, James deals with Helen’s champion bull. Siegfried makes a decision about Tristan. All Creatures Great and Small continues through February 21.

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Locally produced programs

The Rundown: Capitol Report: 67th Legislature  Jackie Coffin offers viewers an in-depth

Jailed for Their Words: When Free Speech Died in Wartime America  This program

look at Montana’s 67th Legislative Session with weekly updates, analysis and interviews. From COVID-19 to public lands, education to energy development, Coffin will track issues of importance to Montanans as they move through the legislature and towards the new governor’s desk. Airs each Sunday through the end of the legislative session.

tells the story of Montanans imprisoned during WWI as part of the Montana Sedition Act of 1918 for criticizing America’s war effort. The film highlights the importance of free speech in wartime America and ultimately of our first amendment rights. Airs 1/13 4:30am

• Jan. 3: Week 1 1/3 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/4 2am, 11:30am • Jan. 10: Week 2 1/10 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/11 2am, 11:30am • Jan. 17: Week 3 1/17 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/18 2am, 11:30am • Jan. 24: Week 4 1/24 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/25 2am, 11:30am • Jan. 31: Week 5 1/31 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 2/1 2am, 11:30am

Magic Yellowstone: Historic 1920s Motion Picture of Yellowstone  Revel with the first venturesome tourists riding the Northern Pacific’s steam engine chugging down Paradise Valley and arriving at the Gardiner Station. Pass through the Roosevelt Arch and down Yellowstone’s unpaved roads in the first motorized open-air tourist buses. See Yellowstone from a bygone era with this film, originally released in the 1920s. Airs 1/3 10:30am; 1/7 7:30pm; 1/25 8pm

The Bozeman Trail  The Bozeman Trail, an offshoot of the Oregon Trail, was a shortcut to the gold fields of Montana Territory. Pioneered by John Bozeman and others beginning in 1863, the Bozeman Trail cut through the heart of Indian country and became a flash point for a clash of cultures that would explode into warfare, destruction and tragedy. Airs 1/4 3:30am Stories from Montana’s Future: Blackfeet Country  This program is the first episode in a series showcasing the filmmaking talent of high school students from across Montana. This episode includes three short films produced by Browning High School students on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. The films are the result of a partnership between Browning High School and MAPS Media Institute. Airs 1/7 7pm; 1/10 10:30am; 1/11 2:30am; 1/15 12pm

Evelyn Cameron: Pictures from a Worthy Life  Evelyn Cameron left a life of privilege in England and found a sense of peace on the Montana prairie. With an independent spirit suited for the American West, she started her own photography business and left a legacy of photographs and writings that provide an intimate portrait of pioneer life. Airs 1/11 2pm

Montana Mosaics: 20th Century People and Events: Jeannette Rankin/Montana’s Constitutional Congress  This episode begins with a biographical account of Jeannette Rankin and the political stand she took in opposition to World Wars I and II. The second half of the program includes excerpts from “For This and Future Generations,” a documentary about Montana’s Constitutional Congress. Airs 1/15 12:30pm

An Alien Place: The Fort Missoula Detention Camp 1941–1944  This program chronicles the history and experiences of the 1,200 Italian and 1,000 Japanese nationals held at Fort Missoula by the Department of Justice from 1941–1944. As foreign nationals and not US citizens, these men were arrested and sent to Fort Missoula. Airs 1/17 10:30am; 1/18 2:30am; 1/21 7:30pm 

Business: Made in Montana  Featured businesses include: Bozeman Green Build, Happy Dog Beer, DAYSPA Basics, Mustard Seed Sauce and Dressing Company, and Notice Custom Snowboards. Airs 1/21 7pm; 1/24 10:30am; 1/25 2:30am Indian Relay  From the bitter cold of winter on the Rocky Mountain front to the heat of the summer’s championship horse races in Montana and Idaho, Indian Relay follows three teams from different American Indian communities as they prepare for and compete in a grueling Indian Relay season. Airs 1/22 12pm Class C: The Only Game in Town  As their tiny hometowns fight to stay on the map, girls from across rural Montana compete for the state basketball title and a chance to bring home something worth celebrating. Montana native and basketball legend Phil Jackson brings insight and humor to the disappearing landscapes of his youth in a story that will change the way you see rural America. Airs 1/27 3:30am

Or Perish in the Attempt  Using the best medical knowledge of 1803, Captains Meriwether Lewis & William Clark were the physicians for the Corps of Discovery expedition. Before the expedition departed, Lewis took a two-week crash course in medicine, the best available at the time. Based on the book by David J. Peck, DO., this program helps us understand what they did and why, what was almost always wrong with it, as well as a sense of what medical science would do in the present day. Airs 1/28 12pm

Return to Foretop’s Father  Return to Foretop’s Father follows 78-year-old Crow tribal elder, storyteller and pipe lighter, Grant Bulltail, as he travels from Crow Agency in Montana to Heart Mountain in Wyoming. Through his journey and the stories he learned from his grandfather, He Comes Up Red, Grant reveals a dark past of genocide, ethnocide, and the destruction of nature. Grant’s mission is to bring awareness to the disconnect between people and nature, cumulating in the universal impacts of climate change. Airs 1/29 12pm Aspen: The Forgotten Times  For a period of years between 1893–1947, Aspen, Colorado’s only future lay in its past. All of it’s dreams were trapped in its memories of yesterday. In 1893, when the United States repealed the Sherman Silver Purchase Act of 1890 and returned to a gold standard, Aspen slipped into that strange netherworld, into that strange room with a single door that opened into the past. Airs 1/31 10:30am; 2/1 2:30am

11th & Grant with Eric Funk • Paige and the People’s Band  The ninepiece horn-powered and vocally-charged group is quickly becoming a mainstay of the Montana music scene, showcasing the sound of ’70s soul with a modern twist. Lead singer Paige Rasmussen is joined by a cast of legendary Montana musicians. Airs 1/14 7pm; 1/16 10:10pm • Vanguard  Vanguard, a jazz quartet of four young Helena men, plays with smooth honesty and intention. All Montana natives, this quartet’s pure joy in performing is evident from their standard repertoire and jazz favorites. Airs 1/28 7pm


PBS Channel Guide p. 2 or www.montanapbs.org/broadcastarea

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Montana AG Live

Backroads of Montana

Montana Wool Growers  The Montana

A Stone’s Throw from Anywhere  Curlers slide into Havre for the annual bonspiel; Meet two young rodeo stars-in-the-making from Worden; and Hot Spring’s Troy DeRoche shares his music on Native American flutes. Airs 1/2 at 5pm

Wool Growers Association’s Executive Secretary Leah Johnson discusses current production and marketing of Montana’s sheep and wool, and looks at expectations for the future. Airs 1/3 11am

Montana Canola Producers  Pacific Northwest Canola Association Executive Director Karen Sowers shares why canola acreage is expanding in Montana. Airs 1/10 11am Montana Grape and Wine Producers  Award-winning grapes and wines in Montana? Mr. Bob Thaden, owner of the Tongue River Winery, and president of the Montana Grape and Winery Association, discusses the expanding Montana industry. Airs 1/17 11am

Legacy Planning Can Reduce Your Montana Taxes  Extension Family Economics Specialist Marsha Goetting returns to the Montana AG Live panel this week with tips to help us navigate endowments. Airs 1/24 11am

Rural Mental Health  MSU Extension Mental Health Specialist Allison Brennan acquaints viewers about common rural mental health issues in Montana, and ways we can respond to these issues. Airs 1/31 11am

Coming Home  Accompany the Shakespeare in the Parks troupe to Birney; visit Kremlin-Gilford for its last homecoming parade; plant a special tree with a group of Girl Scouts in Great Falls; and walk an interpretive trail near Hamilton. Airs 1/6 at 5:30am

Rich With Tradition  Visit Virginia City for the final chapter in one of Montana’s infamous legends; stop in Ravalli for a big treat; explore a corn maze near Bozeman; and meet a Glasgow man who changed careers. Airs 1/9 5pm Collecting Memories  Discover the high flying exploits of Montana-native Kirby Grant, better known as “Sky King;” ride along to the Schafer Air Field in the Bob Marshall Wilderness; and meet a Fairfield woman with a hankie collection and a young Missoula woman with an entrepreneurial dream. Airs 1/13 5:30am

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Speed of Sound   A Baker man works to bring the growing “Fastest Gun in the West” shooting sport to Montana; Vida residents search for a mysterious sound; The Home Cafe in Conrad treats guests to a succulent turkey dinner; and visit the Garden of 1000 Buddhas near Arlee. Airs 1/16 5pm Fromberg to Ulm   Meet a woman south of Great Falls who uses family farm animal fiber for her creations; visit a tea shop in Anaconda; learn about Montana’s diverse butterfly population; and visit all that remains of Gebo and the Cowboy Bar & Museum in Fromberg. Airs 1/20 5:30am Two Dot to Fishtail  Stop at the Sip & Dip in Great Falls; visit a knife maker in Missoula; see Montana’s oldest general store in Fishtail; and the Wheatland Senior Citizen’s Center in Harlowton. Airs 1/27 5:30am Hidden Treasures  A Fort Benton mother and daughter spread random acts of kindness; Milwaukee Railroad Historical Association historian John Shontz and Forest Service archaeologist Erika Karuzas search for the Taft Cemetery; and a father and son search for Montana sapphires near Helena. Airs 1/30 5pm

Capitol Report: 67th Legislature The Rundown with Jackie Coffin SUNDAYS  10AM, 5PM, 11PM  Repeats Mondays 2am, 11:30am

Jackie Coffin brings viewers an in-depth look at Montana’s 67th Legislative Session with weekly updates, analysis and interviews. From COVID-19 to public lands, education to energy development, Coffin will track issues of importance to Montanans as they move through the legislature and towards the new governor’s desk. This series of The Rundown will rely on remote footage and media partnerships to maintain best practices in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Airs each Sunday though the end of the legislative session. IMAGE COURTESY OF JACKIE COFFIN • Jan. 3: Week 1 1/3 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/4 2am, 11:30am • Jan. 10: Week 2 1/10 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/11 2am, 11:30am • Jan. 17: Week 3 1/17 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/18 2am, 11:30am • Jan. 24: Week 4 1/24 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/25 2am, 11:30am • Jan. 31: Week 5 1/31 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 2/1 2am, 11:30am


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Main Listing FRIDAY

LEARN AT HOME Weekday CurriculumRelated Programming Weekdays beginning Monday, January 4 6:30 am

STEM

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Literacy & Math

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Social Studies

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Builds: The Floating House 12:34 Sherlock Season 4 On Masterpiece: The Final Problem 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 2:06 Sherlock Holmes Against Conan Doyle 3:00 Secrets of Scotland Yard 3:00 WORLD Tending Nature 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Kitchen Confessions 4:00 Margaret: The Rebel Princess 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth 5:00 Margaret: The Rebel Princess 5:00 WORLD DW Global 3000 5:30 WORLD DW Focus On Europe 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EV ENI NG

5:30 BBC World News Today 6:00 PBS NewsHour

Social Studies

6:30 WORLD American

Masters: Laura Ingalls Wilder: Prairie to Page TV-PG

7:00 Washington Week LUNCH FOR MONTANA’S LARGEST CLASSROOM

12:00 pm 12:30 pm 1:00 pm 1:30 pm 2:00 pm 2:30 pm

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 Great Performances “From Vienna:

Science Science

The New Year’s Celebration 2021” Riccardo Muti and the Vienna Philharmonic perform a festive selection of Strauss Family waltzes. TV-G

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American Literature

Science Mont. History

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Literacy

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Social Studies

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Social Studies

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Social Emotional Learning

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NewsHour Global 3000 TV-G

9:30 Beyond the Canvas “All about the Music” Bruce Springsteen, Reba McEntire and other musicians discuss success and vulnerable moments. TVPG

9:30 WORLD BBC

World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD Louisa

May Alcott: American Masters: The Woman Behind Little Women TV-PG

1 0:30 John Fogerty: My 50 Year Trip The sounds and spirit of 1969 is recreated and John Fogerty’s musical journey is showcased. TV-G 11:30 WORLD American

Masters: Laura Ingalls Wilder: Prairie to Page TV-PG

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Poet and Author

1:00 Mumford & Sons: Live from South

Africa: Dust and Thunder NewsHour 2:00 Michael Kaeshammer: Boogie on the Blues Highway 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Standing on Sacred Ground: Islands of Sanctuary 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion 4:30 Ask This Old House 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 1:00 WORLD PBS

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6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Southtown, U.S.A” The Mills Brothers delight with their hit “Paper Doll.” The lovely Lennon Sisters sing “Hummingbird.” TV-G 6:00 WORLD Sammy

Davis, Jr.: American Masters TV-PG-L

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “Barry Becomes a Psychopathic Killer, but Only Part” TV-PG

7:30 Still Open All Hours TV-G 8:00 WORLD Personal

Statement: America Reframed TV-PG-L

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “Oliver!” Young orphan Oliver Twist runs away and meets a group of boys trained to be pickpockets. TV-PG 9:00 WORLD A

Place to Stand TV-PG Davis, Jr.: American Masters  TV-PG-L

10:00 WORLD Sammy

1 0:36 ACL Hall of Fame: The First Six Years TV-PG 11:33 The Songwriters “Rodney Crowell” Singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell recalls when Nashville was run by “characters,” not corporations. TV-G


PBS Channel Guide p. 2 or www.montanapbs.org/broadcastarea

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Statement: America Reframed 12:02 Jamestown 1:00 Abandoned in the Arctic 1:00 WORLD A Place to Stand 2:00 WORLD Gandhi’s Awakening & Gandhi’s Gift: Gandhi’s Awakening 2:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan: Howard Schultz, CEO, Starbucks 3:00 In Frame: The Man Behind the Museum Hotel 3:00 WORLD Gandhi’s Awakening & Gandhi’s Gift: Gandhi’s Gift 4:00 Finding Your Roots: DNA Mysteries 4:00 WORLD On Story: A Conversation with Pamela Ribon 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind: The Strongman in the USA 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M A F T E R N O O N / E V E NIN G 3:00 WORLD Personal

Statement: America Reframed TV-PG-L

3:34 Emery Blagdon and His Healing Machine The story of Nebraska artist Emery Blagdon and the men responsible for preserving his art is told. TV-G 4:00 WORLD A

Place to Stand TV-PG

4:02 The Great British Baking Show “Sweet Dough” The seven remaining bakers prepare regional buns. Jam doughnuts and an enriched dough loaf are made. TV-PG

5:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Jan 3: 67th Legislature, Week 1”

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Kids: Narrowing the Opportunity Gap: Making a Difference

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5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:00 Rick Steves Egypt: Yesterday & Today Rick Steves explores the metropolis of Cairo and visits historic and cultural wonders of Egypt. TV-G 6:00 WORLD Nature:

Cold Warriors: Wolves and Buffalo TV-PG

7:00 Prince Albert: A Victorian Hero Revealed The little-known yet profound role Prince Albert played in shaping Victorian Britain is explored. TV-PG 7:00 WORLD Nature:

Snowbound: Animals of Winter TV-PG

COURTESY OF BENEDIKT DINKHAUSER

From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2021 Great Peformances FRIDAY, JANUARY 1  8PM 

As the world eagerly bids farewell to 2020, Great Performances continues its beloved tradition of ringing in the New Year with the Vienna Philharmonic at the world-famous Musikverein. PBS favorite Hugh Bonneville (Masterpiece: Downton Abbey) returns as host for a fourth year with Riccardo Muti as guest conductor for the sixth time. The Vienna Philharmonic orchestra performs favorite waltzes by Strauss, and the celebration features the Vienna State Ballet dancing on location from notable Vienna landmarks. Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, Bonneville will host the concert remotely from England on location at Goodwood House, the country estate of the Duke and Duchess of Richmond and Gordon, located north of Chichester. PHOTO BELOW COURTESY OF TODD ROSENBERG PHOTOGRAPHY

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HD & World Channels

A Woman’s Work: The NFL’s Cheerleader Problem

A Day in the Life of America/ American Nomads

Independent Lens

Independent Lens

MONDAY, JANUARY 4  9:30PM  Also 1/6 1am WORLD  1/6 6pm, 11pm; 1/7 7am; 1/9 11am; 1/14 3am, 9am

MONDAY, JANUARY 11  9PM  Also 1/13 1am WORLD  1/13 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 1/14 6:30am; 1/16 10am

NFL cheerleaders revolve their lives around their sport, but most earn less than minimum wage. Three of them decide they deserve more. In high-stakes lawsuits, these courageous women take a stand against the massive, male-dominated sports league.

On July 4, 2017, more than 90 film crews across the country capture Americans in the midst of life, liberty and their particular pursuit of happiness, creating an unflinching snapshot of the depth and breadth of the American experience.

COURTESY OF ITVS

8:00 Elizabeth Is Missing On Masterpiece A woman desperately tries to solve two mysteries as she declines ever deeper into dementia. TV-14 8:00 WORLD In

Money We Trust? TV-G 9:00 WORLD Closing the Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay  TV-G

1 0:00 My Mother and Other Strangers On Masterpiece “Pt 1” Discover how Rose meets Capt. Dreyfuss. Emma goes on a date and incites an international incident. TV-PG 10:00 WORLD Nature:

Cold Warriors: Wolves and Buffalo TV-PG

11:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Jan 3: 67th Legislature, Week 1”

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Winter TV-PG

Snowbound: Animals of

11:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Articulatein San Francisco” Marc Bamuthi Joseph discusses his quest for a better world and shares the poems he hopes might help us get there. TV-PG

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Money We Trust? 1:00 ACL Hall of Fame: The First Six Years 1:00 WORLD Closing the Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay 2:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report: Jan 3: 67th Legislature, Week 1 2:00 WORLD Vernon Jordan: Make It Plain 2:30 John Fogerty: My 50 Year Trip 3:00 WORLD Our Kids: Narrowing the Opportunity Gap: Making a Difference 3:30 MT The Bozeman Trail 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith

5:00 Song of the Mountains 5:00 WORLD Newsroom 5:40 WORLD Direct

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5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD Company

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7:00 Antiques Roadshow “American Stories” Standout treasures such as a Navajo belt and a World War I peach can label letter are appraised. TV-G 7:00 WORLD Local,

USA: My Everyday Hustle from the Stage: What We Wear

7:30 WORLD Stories

8:00 u Josh Groban: An Evening of Harmony Singer Josh Groban performs “Bring Him Home, “ “Over the Rainbow,” “The Impossible Dream” and others. TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 2


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NewsHour The Day TV-G

9:30 Independent Lens “A Woman’s Work: The NFL’s Cheerleader Problem” Three NFL cheerleaders take a stand against the male-dominated sports league for better pay. TV-PG 4   STORY, P. 8 9:30 WORLD BBC

World News 10:00 WORLD Cyberwork and the American Dream TV-G

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A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Samantha Brown’s Places to Love MDNT WORLD Local,

USA: My Everyday Hustle

12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: What We Wear 1:00 Elizabeth Is Missing On Masterpiece 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Prince Albert: A Victorian Hero Revealed 3:00 WORLD Standing On Sacred Ground: Islands of Sanctuary 4:00 Secrets of Westminster 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 History Detectives: Chicago Clock, Universal Friends, War Dog Letter 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EVENING

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Exit Music

7:00 Finding Your Roots “Breaking the Silences” Family secrets of journalist Gayle King, director Jordan Peele and comedian Issa Rae are explored. TV-PG 7:30 WORLD Employment

Matters TV-G

8:00 PBS American Portrait “I Dream” Self-shot stories reveal the meaning of the American dream and what it means to pursue it today. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 11 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Frontline “American Voices: A Nation in Turmoil” 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Exit Music

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 MotorWeek TV-G

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11:30 WORLD Employment

Matters TV-G

WEDNESDAY

JANUARY 6

THURSDAY

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer:

MDNT WORLD Frontline:

MDNT WORLD Independent

1:00 WORLD PBS

Why We Still Need the United Nations Lens: My Country No More 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Independent Lens: A Woman’s Work: The NFL’s Cheerleader Problem 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Wild Travels: America’s Most Unusual Festivals 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Rick Steves’ Travel as a Political Act 3:00 WORLD Impossible Builds: The Floating House 4:00 Keepers of the Light 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 Craftsman’s Legacy 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Coming Home 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

JANUARY 7

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Story in the Public Square: Gina Brillon

TBA

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 PBS American Portrait: I Dream

NewsHour

2:00 Nat King Cole’s Greatest Songs

(My Music)

2:00 WORLD Amanpour

and Company

3:00 Roadtrip Nation: A Single Mom’s Story 3:00 WORLD In

Money We Trust?

4:00 My Mother and Other Strangers On

Masterpiece, pt 1 World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: American Stories 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 4:00 WORLD BBC

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E VE NI NG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD When

Disaster Strikes: A Perfect Storm: Mozambique TV-PG

7:00 MT Stories from Montana’s Future

PM EV ENI NG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour

“Blackfeet Country” Inspiring poetry & fictional films made by Browning High School students. TV-G

Lens: A Woman’s Work: The NFL’s Cheerleader Problem

7:00 WORLD Prehistoric

TV-PG

7:30 MT Magic Yellowstone “Historic

6:00 WORLD Independent

7:00 Nature “A Squirrel’s Guide to Success” Join some of the world’s top squirrel scientists who are making groundbreaking discoveries. TV-G 7:00 WORLD Frontline:

TBA

8:00 NOVA “Prediction by the Numbers” Discover how predictions underpin many aspect of our lives and why some succeed while others fail. TV-G 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 When Disaster Strikes “A Perfect Storm: Mozambique” The extraordinary story of bravery and hope after Cyclone Idai strikes Mozambique is chronicled. TV-PG 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day TV-G World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: Rat Film TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: A Woman’s Work: NFL’s Cheerleader Problem TV-PG

11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “Mekong River Adventure, pt 2” Joseph visits the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh and takes a tuk-tuk tour of the city’s highlights. TV-G

Road Trip: Welcome to Fossil Country TV-G

1920s Motion Picture of the Yellowstone” This is the restored half hour black & white moving picture of Yellowstone filmed by official Park photographer Jack Ellis Haynes to promote tourism for the Northern Pacific Railroad in the 1920s. 4   P. 4

8:00 A Place to Call Home “Day of Atonement” With Yom Kippur approaching, Sarah takes the opportunity to make amends with people. Her spiritual cleansing, however, resurrects difficult emotions about her husband’s death. Meanwhile, Anna rebels when the Swansons come to visit with their eligible son, Andrew. TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Vera “Dirty” TV-PG-V 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G World News 10:00 WORLD NOVA: Prediction by the Numbers TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC

1 0:30 BBC World News 11:00 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD When

Disaster Strikes: A Perfect Storm: Mozambique TV-PG

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FRIDAY

JANUARY 8

A M EA R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Open Mind: Calling Bull.... and the Threat

of a Show Vaccine

MDNT WORLD Prehistoric

Road Trip: Welcome to Fossil Country 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: Barry Becomes a Psychopathic Killer, but Only Part 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner Salute Sid Caesar 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Betty White: First Lady of Television 3:00 WORLD Employment Matters 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: What We Wear 4:00 Wild Travels: America’s Most Unusual Festivals 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Art Seeking Understanding I: Foundations 5:00 When Disaster Strikes: A Perfect Storm: Mozambique 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk

3:00 Washington Week

5:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

3:00 WORLD Independent

Lens:

My Country No More 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House: Outside Details 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion 4:30 Ask This Old House 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 PM EV EN IN G

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Pleasant Dreams” Lawrence and the Band perform “Cheek to Cheek” and the Lennon Sisters sing “Til the End Of Time.” TV-G 6:00 WORLD Lorraine

Hansberry: American Masters TV-PG-L

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “Things to Do When Your Wife Runs off With a Turkis” TV-PG

7:30 Still Open All Hours TV-G

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

8:00 WORLD America

P M E VE N I N G

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics

5:30 BBC World News Today 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD Across

the Pacific: Latin Laboratory TV-G

7:00 Washington Week the Pacific: Another Ocean TV-G

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 Frontline “TBA” 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour 9:00 WORLD DW The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News

1 0:00 BBC World News the Pacific: Airborne TV-G

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD Across

the Pacific: Latin Laboratory TV-G

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

SATURDAY

JANUARY 9

A M EA R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi MDNT WORLD Across

“On the Waterfront” An ex-prize fighter turned longshoreman struggles to stand up to his corrupt union bosses. TV-PG

9:30 WORLD Employment

Matters TV-G

1 0:00 Austin City Limits “Foo Fighters

7:00 WORLD Across

10:00 WORLD Across

ReFramed: Exit Music

the Pacific: Another Ocean 12:30 The Whole Truth with David Eisenhower: The United States and Pakistan 1:00 Jazz: Gumbo (Beginnings to 1917) 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 2:30 Miss Springmaid

Rock Austin City Limits” TV-PG 10:00 WORLD Lorraine

Hansberry: American Masters TV-PG-L

11:00 Livingston Taylor Live from Sellersville Theater: Songs and Stories Singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor performs a cross-section of songs from his 50-year career. TV-G

SUNDAY

JANUARY 10

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Jamestown MDNT WORLD America

ReFramed: Exit Music

1:00 Vera: Dirty 1:30 WORLD Employment 2:00 WORLD Cyberwork

Matters and the

American Dream 2:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan: Jason

Mayden, Designer, Nike 3:00 Forgotten Fame: The Marion Miley Story 3:00 WORLD Company Town 4:00 Finding Your Roots: War Stories 4:00 WORLD On Story: Ali Leroi 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 5:00 WORLD Washington Week

5:30 WORLD Open

Mind

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M AFTE RNOON/E VE NI NG

3:00 Wild Travels: America’s Most Unusual Festivals The Rattlesnake Roundup in Texas, Pierogi Fest in Indiana and more quirky festivals are showcased. TV-PG 3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Exit Music

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Biscuits” It’s the biscuit-based quarter final, and Paul and Mary are taking the challenges to another level. TV-PG 4:30 WORLD Employment

Matters TV-G

5:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Jan 10: 67th Legislature, Week 2”

4   S TO RY, P. 5 5:00 WORLD Our

Kids: Narrowing the Opportunity Gap: Four Cities Tackle the Child Equity Gap TV-G

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:00 The 1900 Island Families live in the manner of 1900 and strive to forge a community that can support one another. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 1 3 6:00 WORLD Nature:

A Squirrel’s Guide to

Success TV-G

7:00 Masterpiece: 50 Fabulous Years! The series that introduced generations of viewers to the delights of British drama is celebrated. TV-G 7:00 WORLD Finding

Your Roots: Breaking the Silences TV-PG

8:00 All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece James Herriot begins a job with a harried Yorkshire veterinarian. His first day is full of surprises. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 3

8:00 WORLD Frontline

9:00 The Unseen Alistair Cooke on Masterpiece Enjoy a revealing portrait of longtime Masterpiece host Alastair Cooke, one of the most celebrated broadcasters of the 20th century.

1 0:00 My Mother and Other Strangers On Masterpiece “Pt 2” Francis goes poaching. Emma finds a new suitor. Rose stands up for justice and becomes a local hero. TV-PG 10:00 WORLD Nature:

A Squirrel’s Guide to

Success TV-G

11:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Jan 10: 67th Legislature, Week 2”

4   S TO RY, P. 5 11:00 WORLD Finding

Your Roots: Breaking the Silences TV-PG

11:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Unique Perspectives” Award-winning con-


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ductor Yannick Nezet-Seguin and Type designer Tobias Frere-Jones are featured. TV-PG

MONDAY

JANUARY 11

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt A Place to Call Home: Day of Atonement MDNT WORLD Frontline:

TBA

1:00 Austin City Limits: Foo Fighters Rock Austin

City Limits

2:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report:

Jan. 10: 67th Legislature, Week 2 American Portrait: I Dream 2:30 MT Stories from Montana’s Future: Blackfeet Country 3:00 Return to the Wild: The Chris McCandless Story 3:00 WORLD Our Kids: Narrowing the Opportunity Gap: Four Cities Tackle the Child Equity Gap 4:00 Aurora: Fire in the Sky 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith 5:00 Song of the Mountains 5:00 WORLD Global 3000 5:30 WORLD Focus On Europe 2:00 WORLD PBS

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EVENING

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD Roadtrip

Nation: Rerouting TV-G

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Vintage Baltimore 2021, hr 1” Plains and Prairie American Indian art and an 1885 Opening Day baseball program are appraised. TV-G 7:00 WORLD Poetry

In America: Those Winter Sundays, Robert Hayden TV-PG 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Pride

8:00 American Experience “The Codebreaker” Discover the fascinating story of Elizebeth Smith Friedman, the groundbreaking cryptanalyst who helped bring down Al Capone and break up a Nazi spy ring in South America. Her work help lay the foundation for the National Security Agency (NSA). TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 14 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Independent Lens “A Day in the Life of America/American Nomads” On July 4, 2017, more than 90 film crews across the nation captured Americans in the midst of life. TV-14-L 4   S TO RY, P. 8 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 10:00 WORLD POV: Happy Winter TV-PG

1 0:30 BBC World News 11:00 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD Roadtrip

Nation: Rerouting TV-G

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PBS American Portrait TUESDAYS 8PM

PBS American Portrait, a national storytelling project aligned with PBS’s 50th anniversary celebration, invites America to participate in a national conversation about what it really means to be an American today. A digital first initiative produced by RadicalMedia, American Portrait begins as a platform for people to share photos, videos, and text submissions and capture the state and spirit of our nation.

I Dream (1/4)

I Keep (3/4)

TUESDAY, JANUARY 5  8PM  Also 1/7 1am WORLD  1/9 5pm; 1/11 2am

TUESDAY, JANUARY 19  8PM  Also 1/21 1am WORLD  1/23 5pm; 1/25 2am

Self-shot stories reveal the meaning of the American dream and what it means to pursue it today.

Across America, people film themselves as they try to preserve or change long-standing traditions.

I Work (2/4)

I Rise (4/4)

TUESDAY, JANUARY 12  8PM  Also 1/14 1am WORLD  1/16 5pm; 1/18 2am

TUESDAY, JANUARY 26  8PM  Also 1/28 1am WORLD  1/30 5pm; 2/1 2am

Everyday people share self-shot stories about their jobs and what it means to work in America today.

First-person stories from across the country take you inside the movement for an antiracist future.


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HD & World Channels

TUESDAY

JANUARY 12

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Samantha Brown’s Places to Love MDNT WORLD Poetry

in America: Those Winter Sundays, Robert Hayden 12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Pride 1:00 Masterpiece: 50 Fabulous Years! 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 The Unseen Alistair Cooke on Masterpiece 3:00 WORLD Independent Lens: My Country No More 4:00 The 1900 Island 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 History Detectives 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E VEN I N G

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour ReFramed: The Invisible Patients

7:00 Finding Your Roots “Coming to America” Nancy Pelosi, Norah O’Donnell and Zac Posen learn about the journeys of their ancestors. TV-PG 7:30 WORLD Employment

Matters Too TV-G

8:00 PBS American Portrait “I Work” Everyday people share self-shot stories about their jobs and what it means to work in America today. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 11 NewsHour

9:00 Frontline “Plastic Wars” 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

Road Trip: Welcome to Fossil Country 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 MT Jailed for Their Words: When Free Speech Died In Wartime America 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Collecting Memories 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EV EN IN G

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 5:30 WORLD Independent

Lens: A Day in the Life of America/American Nomads TV-PG

6:00 PBS NewsHour 7:00 Nature “The Alps: The High Life” Enjoy the Alps in spring and summertime as newborn animals grow up to face the coming brutal winter. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, B ACK COV ER 7:00 WORLD Frontline:

TBA

8:00 NOVA “Secrets in Our DNA” TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 When Disaster Strikes “The Silent

6:00 WORLD America

8:00 WORLD PBS

3:00 WORLD Prehistoric

The Day TV-G World News

Killer: Somalia” Humanitarians race to meet the basic needs of the most vulnerable as a drought strikes Somalia TV-PG 9:00 WORLD DW

ReFramed: The Invisible Patients

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer MDNT WORLD POV:

Farmsteaders

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Independent Lens: A Day in the Life of

America/American Nomads NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 2:30 Frontline 1:00 WORLD PBS

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD When

Disaster Strikes: The Silent Killer: Somalia TV-PG

7:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk “Paige & The People’s Band” Paige & The People’s Band bring their high energy mix of funk, soul & rock to the stage. The nine-piece horn powered and vocally charged group is quickly becoming a mainstay of the Montana music scene, showcasing the sound of ’70s soul with a modern twist. TV-G 4   P. 4 7:00 WORLD Prehistoric

Road Trip: We Dig Dinosaurs TV-G

8:00 A Place to Call Home “That’s Amore” Anna and Gino’s romance grows deeper at the same time as James and Olivia’s marriage reaches a breaking point. Sarah lands herself in the middle of a dangerous domestic dispute involving one of her patients. TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Vera “The Escape Turn” TV-PG-V 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G World News 10:00 WORLD NOVA: Secrets in Our DNA TV-PG

1 0:30 BBC World News 11:00 Amanpour and Company

Shorts: Money Rules TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 10:30 WORLD Independent Lens: A Day in the Life

11:00 WORLD When

Disaster Strikes: The Silent Killer: Somalia TV-PG

of America/American Nomads TV-PG

11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “Taiwan Matsu Festival & Islands” Joseph returns to Taiwan to follow in the path of Taiwan’s Matsu Pilgrimage and explore the islands. TV-G

THURSDAY

JANUARY 14

MDNT WORLD Frontline:

JANUARY 13

P M E VE NI NG

10:00 WORLD POV

11:30 MotorWeek TV-G

WEDNESDAY

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

1 0:00 BBC World News

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company Matters Too TV-G

Tokyo

Talk

9:30 WORLD BBC

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Story in the Public Square: Gayle Kabaker

11:30 WORLD Employment

5:40 WORLD Direct

The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD America

5:00 WORLD Newsroom

TBA

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 PBS American Portrait: I Work 1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

2:00 American Experience: The Codebreaker 2:00 WORLD Amanpour

and Company

3:00 Dayton Codebreakers 3:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: A Woman’s Work: The NFL’s Cheerleader Problem 4:00 My Mother and Other Strangers On Masterpiece, pt 2 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Baltimore 2021, hr 1

FRIDAY

JANUARY 15

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: Will There Be a Legitimate

2020 Election?

MDNT WORLD Prehistoric

Road Trip: We Dig Dinosaurs 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: Things to Do When Your Wife Runs off With a Turkis 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 Great Performances at the Met: Wozzeck 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD Poetry in America: Those Winter Sundays, Robert Hayden 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Pride 4:00 Chihuly Fire & Light 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth 5:00 When Disaster Strikes: The Silent Killer: Somalia 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23


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The 1900 Island Four families go “back in time” to the start of the 20th century in a rural fishing community. On the island of Llanddwyn in northwest Wales, can these modern adventurers step up to the challenge of living in 1900s Britain?

Episode 1 SUNDAY, JANUARY 10  6PM  Also 1/12 4am, noon

The Davis family of seven, the Powers family of five, a pair of newlyweds, and a retired couple venture out in a fierce storm to their new island home.

Episode 2 SUNDAY, JANUARY 17  6PM  Also 1/19 4am, noon

The men head out to sea hoping for a successful catch. The women are left with domestic chores. Rivalries and hunger take their toll on the adults.

Episode 3 SUNDAY, JANUARY 24  6PM  Also 1/26 4am, noon

The modern day families are still struggling with the realities of a century-old lifestyle. They may have settled into 1900 life, but that doesn’t make it any easier.

Episode 4 SUNDAY, JANUARY 31  6PM  Also 2/2 4am, noon

With a last minute haul of fish, the four modern families face their last days on 1900 Island. As the outside world comes calling, modern mechanization hits their rural idyll.

APT ONLINE

11:00 WORLD Frontline:

PM EVENING

5:30 BBC World News Today 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD Frontline:

Growing Up Poor in

America TV-PG

7:00 Washington Week 7:00 WORLD American

Experience: The Codebreaker TV-PG

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl “Musicals and the Movies” Listen to Kristin Chenoweth sing “Over the Rainbow” and Audra McDonald perform “Moon River.” TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 1 7 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Great Performances “The Magic of Callas” Explore the legacy of superstar Maria Callas in this documentary detailing her comeback in 1964. TV-G 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day TV-G World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD Reel

South: Saint Cloud Hill TV-14-L

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

Growing Up Poor

in America TV-PG

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

SATURDAY

JANUARY 16

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi MDNT WORLD American

Experience: The Codebreaker 12:30 The Whole Truth with David Eisenhower: Confronting Climate Change 1:00 Jazz: The Gift (1917-1924) 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD POV: Farmsteaders 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion 4:30 Ask This Old House 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

P M E VE NI NG

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Transportation” Songs about transportation include “Gotta Travel On” and “Walkin’ The Floor.” Ken Delo is the guest. TV-G 6:00 WORLD POV:

American Promise TV-PG-L

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “Beware of Laughing at Nora’s Hats” TV-PG

7:30 Still Open All Hours TV-PG 8:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: The Invisible Patients

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “The Apartment” A man tries to rise in his company by letting its executives use his apartment for trysts. TV-PG 9:30 WORLD Employment 10:00 WORLD POV:

Matters Too TV-G American Promise TV-PG-L

10:10 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk “Paige & The People’s Band” Paige & The People’s Band bring their high energy mix of funk, soul & rock to our stage. The nine-piece horn powered and vocally charged group is quickly becoming a mainstay of the Montana music scene. TV-G 4   P. 4


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Elizebeth S. Friedman departs from Washington, D.C. to appear in federal court, 1934.

The Codebreaker American Experience MONDAY, JANUARY 11  8PM  Also 1/13 noon; 1/14 2am WORLD  1/15 7pm; 1/16 mdnt, 8am

The Codebreaker reveals the story of Elizebeth Smith Friedman, the groundbreaking cryptanalyst whose painstaking work to decode thousands of messages for the U.S. government would send infamous gangsters to prison in the 1920s and bring down a massive, near-invisible Nazi spy ring in WWII. Her contributions to the science of cryptology would come to light decades after her death, when secret government files were unsealed.

How it Feels to be Free American Masters MONDAY, JANUARY 18  8PM  Also 1/21 2am; 1/22 1pm WORLD  1/23 6pm, 10pm

Explore the lives and trailblazing careers of six iconic African American entertainers—Lena Horne, Abbey Lincoln, Nina Simone, Diahann Carroll, Cicely Tyson and Pam Grier—who changed American culture through their films, fashion, music and politics.

11:10 Austin City Limits “The War and Treaty/Ruthie Foster” TV-PG

SUNDAY

JANUARY 17

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G

MDNT WORLD America

ReFramed: The Invisible Patients 12:10 Jamestown 1:00 Vera: The Escape Turn 1:30 WORLD Employment Matters Too 2:00 WORLD POV: Happy Winter 2:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan: Leila Janah, Social Entrepreneur, Samasource 3:00 Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years 3:00 WORLD Roadtrip Nation: Rerouting 4:00 Finding Your Roots: Flight 4:00 WORLD On Story: Bloodline: A Conversation with Todd A. Kessler 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

PM AF T ER NOON/E VE NI NG 3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: The Invisible Patients

3:08 Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years The life of contralto Marian Andersonone and her struggles against racism and poverty are explored. TV-PG

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Patisserie” The four remaining bakers work against the clock to deliver petits fours. Fraisier cakes are made. TV-PG

4:30 WORLD Poetry

in America: Those Winter Sundays, Robert Hayden TV-PG

5:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Jan 17: 67th Legislature, Week 3”

4   S TO RY, P. 5 5:00 WORLD Our

Kids: Narrowing the Opportunity Gap: I’m Special TV-G

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:00 The 1900 Island The fragile sense of community starts to fray as rivalries and hunger take their toll on the adults. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 1 3

6:00 WORLD Nature:

The Alps: The High Life TV-G

7:00 Miss Scarlet and the Duke On Masterpiece “Inheritance” Thrown onto her own, Eliza goes to work as a private detective to get out of debt. TV-PG-L

4   S TO RY, P. 19

7:00 WORLD Finding

Your Roots: Coming to America TV-PG

8:00 All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece Fresh from veterinary college, Siegfried’s fun-loving brother, Tristan, arrives to help out. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 3 8:00 WORLD POV:

And She Could Be Next, pt 1: Building the Moveme TV-PG

9:00 u Inside the Mind of Agatha Christie Interviews and archive material help create an unprecedented portrait of the “complex” author. TV-14

4   S TO RY, P. 20 1 0:00 My Mother and Other Strangers On Masterpiece “Pt 3” Nurse Tillie comes to the rescue, but will it be too late? Stolen paint provokes a theological crisis. TV-PG 10:00 WORLD Nature:

Alps: The High Life TV-G


PBS Channel Guide p. 2 or www.montanapbs.org/broadcastarea

11:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Jan 17: 67th Legislature, Week 3”

4   S TO RY, P. 5 11:00 WORLD Finding

Your Roots: Coming to America TV-PG

11:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Experiments Gone Right” Architect Balkrishna Doshi, actor/writer/director Josh Radnor and singer Ben Lee are featured. TV-PG

MONDAY

JANUARY 18

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt A Place to Call Home: That’s Amore MDNT WORLD POV:

And She Could Be Next, pt 1: Building the Moveme 1:00 Austin City Limits: The War and Treaty/ Ruthie Foster 2:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report: Jan 17: 67th Legislature, Week 3 2:00 WORLD PBS American Portrait: I Work 2:30 MT An Alien Place: The Fort Missoula Detention Camp 1941-1944 3:00 1964: The Fight for a Right 3:00 WORLD Our Kids: Narrowing the Opportunity Gap: I’m Special 4:00 A Ripple of Hope 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith 5:00 Song of the Mountains 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EVENING

 PLEDGE PROGRAM   MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD 1964:

The Fight for a Right TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD A

Ripple of Hope TV-PG

11:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan “Sara Blakely, Inventor, Founder and CEO of Spanx” As the Inventor and CEO of Spanx, Sara became the youngest self-made Billionaire in the world. TV-G

TUESDAY

JANUARY 19

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Samantha Brown’s Places to Love MDNT WORLD Local,

USA: Metcalfe Park

12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: At the Scene 1:00 Miss Scarlet and the Duke On Masterpiece: Inheritance 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Inside the Mind of Agatha Christie 3:00 WORLD POV: Farmsteaders 4:00 The 1900 Island 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 History Detectives 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EV ENI NG

6:00 PBS NewsHour

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

6:00 WORLD A

6:00 PBS NewsHour

Ripple of Hope TV-PG

Baltimore 2021, hr 2” A Johnny Unitas Baltimore Colts championship jacket and a Klondike Gold Rush archive are revisited. TV-G 7:00 WORLD Local,

USA: Metcalfe Park: Black Vote Rising 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: At the Scene

8:00 American Masters “How It Feels to Be Free” Explore the lives and trailblazing careers of iconic African American entertainers Lena Horne, Abbey Lincoln, Nina Simone, Diahann Carroll, Cicely Tyson and Pam Grier, who changed American culture through their films, fashion, music and politics. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 14 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour 9:00 WORLD DW The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News

6:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: The Area

7:00 Finding Your Roots “To the Manor Born” Glenn Close and John Waters are introduced to ancestors who are as bold and independent as they are. TV-PG

7:00 WORLD My

Neighborhood: Pilsen TV-PG

8:00 PBS American Portrait “I Keep” Across America, people film themselves as they try to preserve or change long-standing traditions. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 11 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Frontline “President Biden” 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day TV-G World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: The Area

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD My

JANUARY 20

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer:

Greece’s Unlikely Covid Success Story Lens: Cooked: Survival By Zip Code 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 2:30 One Night in March 3:00 Black In Blue 3:00 WORLD Prehistoric Road Trip: We Dig Dinosaurs 4:00 Swamp Ghost 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 Craftsman’s Legacy 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Fromberg to Ulm 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk MDNT WORLD Independent

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E VE NI NG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 5:30 WORLD POV:

Raising Bertie TV-PG-L

6:00 PBS NewsHour 7:00 Nature “The Alps: Winter’s Fortress” Experience the hostile and bitter cold ecosystems of the Alps, shaped by blizzards and avalanches. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, B ACK COV ER 7:00 WORLD Frontline

8:00 NOVA “Decoding Da Vinci” The im-

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Vintage

WEDNESDAY

15

Neighborhood: Pilsen TV-PG

11:30 MotorWeek TV-G

pact of Leonardo da Vinci’s art on his science, and his science on his art are explored. TV-14 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 When Disaster Strikes “Paradise Lost: Bahamas” Hear an epic tale of survival as one of the Caribbean’s strongest hurricanes strikes The Bahamas. The government and international aid workers battle to meet the survivors’ basic needs in the chaos of the aftermath. TV-PG 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day TV-G World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD One

NightiIn March TV-G

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 10:30 WORLD POV:

Raising Bertie TV-PG-L

11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “Myanmar Irrawaddy River Adventure” Joseph embarks on an Irrawaddy River adventure from golden pagodas to colorful markets and cities. TV-G


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HD & World Channels THURSDAY

JANUARY 21

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Story in the Public Square: Evelyn Farkas MDNT WORLD Frontline:

TBA

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 PBS American Portrait: I Keep 1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

2:00 American Masters:

How It Feels to Be Free 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD Reel South: Saint Cloud Hill 4:00 My Mother and Other Strangers On Masterpiece, pt 3 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Baltimore 2021, hr 2 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M EV E N I N G

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD When

Disaster Strikes: Paradise Lost: Bahamas TV-PG

7:00 MT Business: Made in Montana Bozeman Green Build; Happy Dog Beer; DAYSPA Basics; Mustard Seed Sauce; Notice Snowboards TV-G 4   P. 4 7:00 WORLD Prehistoric

Road Trip: Tiny Teeth, Fearsome Beasts TV-G

7:30 MT An Alien Place “The Fort Missoula Detention Camp 1941–1944” “An Alien Place chronicles the history and experiences of the 1,200 Italian and 1,000 Japanese nationals held at Fort Missoula by the Department of Justice from 1941–1944. As foreign nationals and not US citizens, these men were arrested and sent to Fort Missoula. Japanese internees were subject to loyalty hearings conducted by the Department of Justice. TV-G

4   P. 4 8:00 A Place to Call Home “Boom!” After learning that her mother is dying, Sarah hastens to Sydney to be at her bedside. George and Anna also head to the city to visit his sister, Carolyn, from whom Anna secretly wants help obtaining birth control. Back at Ash Park, Mrs. Bligh takes James and Olivia into her confidence. TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Prime Suspect: Tennison On Masterpiece “Episode 1” Jane Tennison learns the cold facts of police work and becomes immersed in a murder investigation. TV-14 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 10:00 WORLD NOVA: Decoding Da Vinci TV-14

1 0:30 BBC World News

9:00 Great Performances “The Magic of Horowitz” Legendary pianist Vladimir Horowitz performs favorites in a soldout concert in Russia in 1986. TV-G 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day TV-G World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD Against

All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class

11:00 Amanpour and Company

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

11:00 WORLD When

11:00 WORLD Boss:

Disaster Strikes: Paradise Lost: Bahamas TV-PG

The Black Experience in Business TV-PG

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

FRIDAY

JANUARY 22

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: Supercharging Antibodies

for a COVID Vaccine Road Trip: Tiny Teeth, Fearsome Beasts 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: Beware of Laughing at Nora’s Hats 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl: Musicals and the Movies 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Great Performances: The Magic of Callas 3:00 WORLD Local, USA: Metcalfe Park: Black Vote Rising 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: At the Scene 4:00 Rick Steves Rome 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth 5:00 When Disaster Strikes: Paradise Lost: Bahamas 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk MDNT WORLD Prehistoric

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EV EN ING

5:30 BBC World News Today 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD Boss:

The Black Experience in

Business TV-PG

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl “Hecho En Mexico (Made In Mexico)” Performances by Natalia Lafourcade and more Mexican and Mexican American artists are showcased. TV-G

4   S TO RY, P. 1 7 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

SATURDAY

JANUARY 23

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi 12:30 The Whole Truth with David Eisenhower:

American Healthcare at a Crossroads

1:00 Jazz: Our Language (1924-1928) 1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Independent Lens: Cooked: Survival By Zip Code 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion 4:30 Ask This Old House 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 2:00 WORLD Amanpour

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M E VE NI NG

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “This Colorful World” “Red, Red Robin,” “Little Green Apples,” “Scarlet Ribbons” and “Blue Skies” are performed. TV-G 6:00 WORLD American

Masters: How It Feels

to Be Free TV-PG

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “Your’s Truly: If You’re Not Careful” TV-PG

7:30 Still Open All Hours TV-PG 8:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: The Area

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “Yours, Mine and Ours” A widowed nurse with eight children plans to marry a widower who has ten children of his own. TV-PG 9:00 WORLD My

Neighborhood: Pilsen TV-PG

1 0:00 Austin City Limits “Sarah Jarosz/Ray Wylie Hubbard” TV-PG 10:00 WORLD American

Masters: How It Feels to Be Free TV-PG


PBS Channel Guide p. 2 or www.montanapbs.org/broadcastarea

 PLEDGE PROGRAM   MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS

11:00 Steven Page Trio: Live in Concert Musician and singer Steven Page performs some of his most popular compositions of all time. TV-PG

SUNDAY

JANUARY 24

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Jamestown MDNT WORLD America

ReFramed: The Area

1:00 Prime Suspect: Tennison On Master-

piece: Episode 1 Neighborhood: Pilsen 2:00 WORLD 1964: The Fight for a Right 2:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan: Jim McIngvale, Philanthropist, Gallery Furniture 3:00 Aretha Franklin Remembered (My Music) 3:00 WORLD A Ripple of Hope 4:00 Finding Your Roots: To the Manor Born 4:00 WORLD On Story: Deconstructing Nora Ephron 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind 1:00 WORLD My

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M A F T E R N O O N / E V E NIN G

3:00 QE2: The World’s Greatest Cruise Ship TV-PG 3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: The Area

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “The Final” The three remaining bakers attempt pastry perfection with a Pithivier. Chiffon sponge is prepared. TV-PG

4:00 WORLD My

Neighborhood: Pilsen TV-PG

5:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Jan. 24: 67th Legislature, Week 4”

4   S TO RY, P. 5 5:00 WORLD Our

Kids: Narrowing the Opportunity Gap: A Breath of Hope TV-G

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:00 The 1900 Island The four modern day families are still struggling with the realities of a century-old lifestyle. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 1 3

6:00 WORLD Nature:

The Alps: Winter’s Fortress TV-G

7:00 Miss Scarlet and the Duke On Masterpiece “The Woman in Red” A man is caught with a bloodied knife at a murder scene and Eliza is hired to prove his innocence. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 19

In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl FRIDAYS EVENING  8PM

Experience iconic moments from the archives of the Hollywood Bowl, since attending in-person is currently not an option due to COVID-19. The six episodes feature the “best of” live performances from the past 10 years at the Bowl.

Musicals and Movies (1/6) FRIDAY, JANUARY 15  8PM  Also 1/22 2am

Celebrate with classic songs from Broadway and the silver screen performed at the Hollywood Bowl.

Hecho en Mexico (Made in Mexico) (2/6) FRIDAY, JANUARY 22  8PM  Also 1/29 2am

Featuring Rodrigo y Gabriela; Los Ángeles Azules with YOLA; La Santa Cecilia and Natalia Lafourcade.

Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl (3/6) FRIDAY, JANUARY 29  8PM  Also 2/5 2am

See what makes jazz night at the Hollywood Bowl unforgettable with Santana, Herbie Hancock and more.

Gustavo and Friends (4/6) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5  8PM 

Watch a few of Gustavo Dudamel’s favorite classical LA Phil performances from throughout the years.

Fireworks! (5/6) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5  9PM 

Featuring Katy Perry, Pink Martini, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Diego El Cigala, John Williams and many more.

Musica Sin Fronters (Music Without Borders) (6/6) FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12  8PM 

Features Carlos Vives, Café Tacvba, Siudy Garrido, Paolo Bortolameolli, Vin Scully, Dudamel and more.

17


18

HD & World Channels

7:00 WORLD Finding

Your Roots: To the Manor Born TV-PG

8:00 All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece James is put to the test with an ailing racehorse and Tristan faces a familiar temptation. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 3 8:00 WORLD POV:

And She Could Be Next, Part 2: Claiming Power TV-14

9:00 u Agatha Christie’s England Retrace the beloved author’s footsteps to see the real places that inspired her literary universe. TV-14 4   S TO RY, P. 20

9:30 WORLD Local,

USA: Metcalfe Park: Black Vote Rising

1 0:00 My Mother and Other Strangers On Masterpiece “Pt 4” Captain Dreyfuss hatches a plan to thwart advances from Rose’s sister, Vera. Emma gets man advice. TV-PG 10:00 WORLD Nature:

The Alps: Winter’s Fortress TV-G

11:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Jan 24: 67th Legislature, Week 4” Your Roots: To the Manor

Born TV-PG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

6:00 PBS NewsHour

6:00 PBS NewsHour

6:00 WORLD Codeswitching:

6:00 WORLD America

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Vintage

7:00 Finding Your Roots “Against All

Race and Identity in the Suburban Schoolhouse TV-MA

Tucson 2021, hr 1” Picasso Madoura pottery, an 1861 Charles Dickens letter and more great items are revisited. 7:00 WORLD Me

“The Seekers” The music of They Might Be Giants and the work of poet and writer Sylvia Plath are highlighted. TV-PG

A M EA R LY M O R N I N G mdnt A Place to Call Home: Boom!

And She Could Be Next, pt 2: Claiming Power 1:00 Austin City Limits: Sarah Jarosz/ Ray Wylie Hubbard 1:30 WORLD Local, USA: Metcalfe Park: Black Vote Rising 2:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report: Jan. 24: 67th Legislature, Week 4 2:00 WORLD PBS American Portrait: I Keep 2:30 MT Business: Made in Montana 3:00 First Avenue: Closer to the Stars 3:00 WORLD Our Kids: Narrowing the Opportunity Gap: A Breath of Hope 4:00 Ireland’s Wild Coast 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith 5:00 Song of the Mountains 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk

PG

8:00 MT Magic Yellowstone “Historic

8:00 PBS American Portrait “I Rise”

Parkland: Healing a Community and a Nation TV-PG

First-person stories from across the country take you inside the movement for an antiracist future. TV-PG

1920s Motion Picture of the Yellowstone” This is the restored black and white moving picture of Yellowstone filmed to promote tourism for the Northern Pacific Railroad in the 1920s.

8:00 WORLD PBS

4   P. 4

9:00 Frontline “China’s COVID Secrets”

8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

8:30 POV “The Mole Agent” A private investigator becomes involved with the lives of residents while working in a nursing home. TV-PG 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day TV-G World News

10:00 WORLD VOCES on PBS: The Pushouts T V-14-L

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD Codeswitching:

Race and Identity in the Suburban Schoolhouse TV-MA

Kwan, Author of Crazy Rich Asians” Crazy Rich Asians author Kevin Kwan discusses the roots of creativity and the long road to success. TV-G

MDNT WORLD POV:

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

Odds” Media personality Andy Cohen and radio journalist Nina Totenberg learn about interesting ancestors. TV 7:03 WORLD After

11:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan “Kevin

JANUARY 25

ReFramed: Shell Shocked TV-PG

& My Robot TV-G 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Mi Familia

1 0:00 BBC World News

11:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter

MONDAY

P M E VE NI NG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

9:00 WORLD DW

4   S TO RY, P. 5 11:00 WORLD Finding

PM EV EN IN G

TUESDAY

JANUARY 26

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Samantha Brown’s Places to Love MDNT WORLD Me

& My Robot

12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Mi Familia

1:00 Miss Scarlet and the Duke On

Masterpiece: The Woman in Red NewsHour 2:00 All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Agatha Christie’s England 3:00 WORLD Independent Lens: Cooked: Survival By Zip Code 4:00 The 1900 Island 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 History Detectives 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 1:00 WORLD PBS

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

4   S TO RY, P. 11

9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

NewsHour The Day TV-G World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Shell Shocked TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:03 WORLD After

Parkland: Healing a Community and a Nation TV-PG

11:30 MotorWeek TV-G

WEDNESDAY

JANUARY 27

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer: How

the Pandemic Has Upended Refugees Grit 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 POV: The Mole Agent 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 2:30 Stella & Co.: A Romantic Musical Comedy Documentary About Aging 3:00 WORLD Prehistoric Road Trip: Tiny Teeth, Fearsome Beasts 3:30 MT Class C: The Only Game In Town 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 Craftsman’s Legacy 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Two Dot to Fishtail 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 12:00 WORLD POV:

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E VE NI NG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 5:30 WORLD POV:

The Mole Agent TV-PG

6:00 PBS NewsHour


PBS Channel Guide p. 2 or www.montanapbs.org/broadcastarea

 PLEDGE PROGRAM   MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS

19 19

Miss Scarlet and the Duke Masterpiece SUNDAYS 7PM BEGINS JANUARY 17

Go on the case with private eye Eliza Scarlet, Victorian England’s first-ever female sleuth, as she solves crimes —  and sometimes flirts — with her partner and childhood friend, Detective Inspector William “The Duke” Wellington.

Inheritance (1/6) SUNDAY, JANUARY 17  7PM  Also 1/19 1am

Aided by a family friend, Eliza goes to work as a private detective to get out of debt.

The Woman in Red (2/6) SUNDAY, JANUARY 24  7PM  Also 1/26 1am

Eliza is hired to prove the innocence of a man caught with a bloodied knife at a murder scene.

Deeds Not Words (3/6) SUNDAY, JANUARY 31  7PM  Also 2/2 1am

When the Duke hires Eliza to spy on suffragettes, she goes beyond her instructions. 2/7 7 PM  Memento Mori (4/6) 2/14 7PM  Cell 99 (5/6) 2/21 7PM  The Case of Henry Scarlet (6/6) COURTESY OF MASTERPIECE

Kate Phillips as Eliza Scarlet

7:00 Nature “Octopus: Making Contact” A professor raises and studies a pet octopus in his home and makes remarkable discoveries. TV-G 7:00 WORLD Frontline:

TBA

8:00 NOVA “Forgotten Genius” The vivid saga of Percy Julian’s dazzling scientific achievements and often stormy personal life. TV-PG-V 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour 9:00 WORLD DW The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD POV

Shorts: Comic Culture TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 10:30 WORLD POV:

The Mole Agent TV-PG

11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “Christmas Celebrations around the Globe” The holiday boat parade in Venice, California and the Lake Geneva region of Switzerland are visited. TV-G

THURSDAY

JANUARY 28

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Story in the Public Square: Jen Schwartz MDNT WORLD Frontline:

TBA

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 PBS American Portrait: I Rise 1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

2:00 Second Wind: The Tale of a Sailor 2:00 WORLD Amanpour

and Company

3:00 QE2: The World’s Greatest Cruise Ship 3:00 WORLD Against

All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class 4:00 My Mother and Other Strangers On Masterpiece, pt 4 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Tucson 2021, hr 1 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EV ENI NG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour

6:00 WORLD Tightrope:

Americans Reaching for Hope

7:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk “Vanguard” Vanguard, a jazz quartet of four young Helena men, plays with smooth honesty and intention. Monte Grise (saxophones) and Jeremy Slead (drums) are both music teachers in the public schools. Mark Walker (piano), who used to play trumpet with the Helena Symphony, is a chemical engineer and Rennan Rieke (bass), works in communications/computers for the State of Montana. TV-G 4   P. 4

8:00 A Place to Call Home “Worlds Apart” Mrs. Bligh’s heart attack upends the household-but also gives everyone some unaccustomed freedom while she’s recovering in the hospital. Anna and Gino’s plans to tell their families about their engagement hits a roadblock, but George and Sarah start to move forward with their relationship. TV-PG

8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour


20

HD & World Channels

9:00 Prime Suspect: Tennison On Masterpiece “Episode 2” TV-14 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G World News 10:00 WORLD Battleground  TV-PG 9:30 WORLD BBC

1 0:30 BBC World News 11:00 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD Tightrope:

Americans Reaching for Hope

FRIDAY

JANUARY 29

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: Will Trump Hoax the Nation

on Election Night?

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: Your’s Truly, If

You’re Not Careful NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl: Hecho En Mexico (Made In Mexico) 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Great Performances: The Magic of Horowitz 3:00 WORLD Me & My Robot 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Mi Familia 4:00 QE2: The World’s Greatest Cruise Ship 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Can Art Clarify the Mind-Body Problem? 5:00 And the Floods Came 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 1:00 WORLD PBS

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E VE NI NG

5:30 BBC World News Today 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD East

Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story TV-14

COURTESY OF CHRISTIE ARCHIVE TRUST

Agatha Christie, the most successful writer of all time, wrote 66 murder mysteries and several plays, including the longest-running play ever, The Mousetrap.

 Inside the Mind of Agatha Christie SUNDAY, JANUARY 17  9PM  Also 1/19 3am; 1/20 2pm

Discover what made the world’s most successful crime writer tick. Clues from Christie’s personal archive and interviews with family and scholars provide new insights into the author who continues to delight readers across the globe.

 Agatha Christie’s England SUNDAY, JANUARY 24  9PM  Also 1/26 3am

Retrace the Queen of Crime’s footsteps to see the real places that inspired her literary universe. Learn how Christie drew on her surroundings throughout her life, immortalizing the people and locations she encountered in her beloved mysteries.

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl “Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl” Performances by Dianne Reeves, Ivan Lins, Herbie Hancock, Carlos Santana and more are featured. TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 1 7 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Lidia Celebrates America “A Salute to First Responders” TV-G 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day TV-G World News

1 0:00 BBC World News


PBS Channel Guide p. 2 or www.montanapbs.org/broadcastarea

10:00 WORLD Building

the American Dream

TV-PG

8:00 Betty White: First Lady of Television The definitive look at Betty

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

White’s life and career. Thanks to exclusive access, you’ll see Betty behind the scenes at work, entertaining at home and interacting with her close friends, one of whom is a 900-pound grizzly bear.

11:00 WORLD East

Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story TV-14

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

SATURDAY

JANUARY 30

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi 12:30 The Whole Truth with David Eisenhower:

9:00 Austin City Limits “The Best of Spoon” 1 0:00 MontanaPBS Film Classics “Risky Business” A Chicago teenager is looking for fun at home while his parents are away, but the situation quickly gets out of hand.

America’s Role in the World

1:00 Jazz: The True Welcome (1929–1935)

NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD POV: Grit 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion: Insomnia 4:30 Ask This Old House 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week

1:00 WORLD PBS

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 PM EVENING

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Indiana” Sandi Griffiths is the guest. “Red, Red Robin,” “Little Green Apples” and more songs are performed. TV-G 6:00 WORLD NOVA:

Forgotten Genius TV-PG-V

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “Getting Barry’s Goat” TV-PG

7:30 Still Open All Hours TV-PG 8:00 WORLD America

ReFramed:

Shell Shocked TV-PG

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “Risky Business” A teenager is looking for fun at home while his parents are away, but the situation gets out of hand. TV-PG 9:03 WORLD After

Parkland: Healing a Community and a Nation TV-PG

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10:00 WORLD NOVA:

Forgotten Genius TV-PG-V

11:38 The Songwriters

SUNDAY

JANUARY 31

AM EAR LY MORNI NG

MDNT WORLD America

ReFramed: The Area

12:06 Jamestown 1:00 Prime Suspect: Tennison On

Masterpiece: Episode 2 Neighborhood: Pilsen 2:00 WORLD VOCES on PBS: The Pushouts 2:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan: Jose Andres, Chef and Philanthropist 3:00 America’s Socialist Experiment 3:00 WORLD VOCES on PBS: The Pushouts 4:00 Finding Your Roots: Against All Odds 4:00 WORLD On Story: Arrested Development to Veep: A Conversation with 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind 1:00 WORLD My

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

4:03 WORLD After

Parkland: Healing a Community and a Nation TV-PG

5:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Jan. 31: 67th Legislature, Week 5”

4   S TO RY, P. 5 5:00 WORLD Marriner

Eccles: Father of the Modern Federal Reserve TV-G

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:00 The 1900 Island With a last minute haul of fish, the four modern families face their last days on 1900 Island. TVPG

4   S TO RY, P. 1 3

6:00 WORLD Nature:

Octopus: Making

Contact TV-G

7:00 Miss Scarlet and the Duke On Masterpiece “Deeds Not Words” The Duke hires Eliza to spy on suffragettes. Going beyond instructions, she gets involved in a plot. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 19 7:00 WORLD Finding

Your Roots: Against All

Odds TV-PG

8:00 All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece While Tristan gives Tricki-Woo the spa treatment, James deals with Helen’s champion bull. TVPG

4   S TO RY, P. 3

8:00 WORLD Doc

World: No Country for

the Poor

9:00 Long Song On Masterpiece “Episode 1” July, Caroline’s slave maid, grows up to witness the radical transformation of her world. TV-14-VL 9:00 WORLD POV:

Singing with Angry Bird

TV-G

1 0:00 My Mother and Other Strangers On Masterpiece “Part 5” Tillie attempts to stop the Captain Dreyfuss and Rose from making a terrible mistake. TV-PG

PM AF T ERNOON/E VE NI NG

10:00 WORLD Nature Octopus:

3:00 QE2: The World’s Greatest Cruise Ship TV-PG

11:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report

3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Shell Shocked TV-PG

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Masterclass 1” Paul makes a blackcurrant and licorice Swiss roll and Mary prepares cherry cake with lemon icing. TV-PG

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Making Contact TV-G

“Jan. 31: 67th Legislature, Week 5”

4   S TO RY, P. 5 11:00 WORLD Finding

Your Roots: Against

All Odds TV-PG

11:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter “The Pursuit of New Truths” For Helene Grimaud, music has been a profession and a salvation. Scott McCloud understands comics. TV-PG


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Children’s Programs Weekdays

AM W E E K DAYS

6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00

Wild Kratts Ready Jet Go! Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum Curious George Molly of Denali Sesame Street Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Weekend Programs SATURDAY 5:30 am – 7:30 am

SUNDAY

SEE CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMING SIDEBAR, LEFT

8:00 am

Market to Market

8:30 am

8 am – 9:30 am

9:00 am

SEE CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMING SIDEBAR, LEFT

America's Heartland

9:30 am

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

10:00 am

The Best of the Joy of Painting with Bob Ross

MT The Rundown: Capitol Report: 67th Legislature    1/3 Jan. 3, Week 1    1/10 Jan. 10, Week 2    1/17 Jan. 17, Week 3    1/24 Jan. 24, Week 4    1/31 Jan. 31, Week 5

10:30 am

Garden SMART

MT   1/3 Magic Yellowstone: Historic 1920s Motion Picture of Yellowstone MT   1/10 Stories from Montana’s Future: Blackfeet Country MT   1/17 An Alien Place: The Fort Missoula Detention Camp 1941–1944 MT   1/24 Business: Made in Montana MT   1/31 Aspen: The Forgotten Times

11:00 am

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

MT

11:30 am

This Old House

P M WE E KDAYS

3:00 Elinor Wonders Why 3:30 Let’s Go Luna! 4:00 Hero Elementary 4:30 Arthur (Mon-Thurs) Clifford the Big Red Dog (Fri) 5:00 Odd Squad

Weekend

AM S AT U R DAY

5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Dinosaur Train Curious George Nature Cat Pinkalicious & Peterrific Peg + Cat Hero Elementary Elinor Wonders Why Wild Kratts

Washington Week

NOON Ask This Old House 12:30 pm

Montana Ag Live 4   P. 5

Great American Railroad Journeys

American Woodshop

1:00 pm

Woodsmith Shop

1:30 pm

The Best of Sewing with Nancy

2:00 pm

Beads, Baubles and Jewels

2:30 pm

Weekends with Yankee

3:00 pm

Rick Steves’ Europe

1/10 Wild Travels: America’s Most Unusual Festivals 1/17 Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years (3:08pm) 1/24  QE2: The World’s Greatest Cruise Ship begins

4   24-HOUR CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING ON

3:30 pm

Cook’s Country

1/3 Emery Blagdon and His Healing Machine (3:34pm)

Parental Guidelines

4:00 pm

1/2 Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire begins 1/9

The Great British Baking Show

4:30 pm

Reconnecting Roots

A M S U NDAY

5:30 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 6:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog 6:30 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 7:00 Splash and Bubbles 7:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum MONTANAPBS KIDS, SEE P. 24

TV-Y All children TV–Y7 Children age 7 and over TV–G General audience TV–PG Parental guidance suggested: –V    violence –S    some sexual situations –L    infrequent coarse language –D    suggestive sexual dialogue TV–14 Parents strongly cautioned TV-MA Mature audience only

4   CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS ARE RATED

TV-Y UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.

5:00 pm

MT

Backroads of Montana

   1/2 A Stone’s Throw from Anywhere    1/9 Rich with Tradition     1/16 Speed of Sound     1/23 Rumors and Ringers     1/30 Hidden Treasures

5:30 pm

MontanaPBS Film Classics 1/3 Oliver! (1968) 1/10 On the Waterfront (1954) 1/17 The Apartment (1960) 1/24 Yours, Mine and Ours (1968) 1/31 The Tree (2017)

MT The Rundown: Capitol Report: 67th Legislature    1/3 Jan. 3, Week 1    1/10 Jan. 10, Week 2    1/17 Jan. 17, Week 3    1/24 Jan. 24, Week 4    1/31 Jan. 31, Week 5

PBS NewsHour Weekend 6pm  ·  Check main listings, pp. 6-21


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Weekday Programs TIME 6:00 am

MONDAY Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

TUESDAY Yoga in Practice

WEDNESDAY Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

THURSDAY Yoga in Practice

FRIDAY Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

6:30 am – 10 am · Children’s Programs 4   LISTING, P. 22 10:30 am

Sit and Be Fit

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Sit and Be Fit

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Sit and Be Fit

11:00 am

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television

Second Opinion

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

Lidia’s Kitchen

11:30 am

MT  The Rundown: Capitol Report: 67th Legislature

Curious Traveler

Painting with Paulson

It’s Sew Easy

Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen

History Detectives 1/18 Ripple of Hope

1/5 Voice of America: Lowell Thomas and the Rise of Broadcast News

1/6 Prince Albert: A Victorian Hero Revealed 1/13 American Experience: The Codebreaker 1/20 Rick Steves Egypt: Yesterday & Today 1/27 The Draft

1/7 10 Modern Marvels That Changed America 1/14 Basketball, Water and the Lost City of Elbowoods 1/21 Keep Talking MT   1/28 Or Perish in the Attempt

1/1 It’s a Grand Night for Singing: 25th Anniversary 1/8 Storm of the Century: The Blizzard of ‘49 MT   1/15 Stories from Montana’s Future: Blackfeet Country MT   1/22 Indian Relay MT   1/29 Return to Foretops Father

NOON

1900 Island begins 1/12

12:30 pm

MT   1/15 Montana Mosaics: Jeanette Rankin/Montana’s Constitutional Congress 1/29 Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways for Health and Spirit

1:00 pm

1/4 Climate of Hominins 1/11 Great Polar Bear Feast 1/18 California Coast 1/25 NOVA: Decoding Da Vinci

1/5 Nature: Cold Warriors: Wolves and Buffalo 1/12 Herd in Iceland 1/19 Jazz: The Gift (1917–1924) 1/26 Jazz: Our Language (1924–1928)

1:30 pm

1/4 American Masters: Laura Ingalls Wilder: Prairie to Page

1/12 Jazz: Gumbo (Beginnings–1917)

2:00 pm

MT   1/11 Evelyn Cameron: Pictures from a Worthy Life

1/5 Hoot in the Hole: The Story of the Jackson Hole Hootenanny

1/18 Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Concert with The Cleveland Orchestra 1/25 Art in the Twenty-First Century: Johannesburg 2:30 pm

1/6 Aurora: Fire in the Sky 1/13 River Voices: Portrait of an American River 1/20 Nature: The Alps: The High Life 1/27 Nature: The Alps: Winter’s Fortress

1/7 Trees in Trouble 1/14 Chesapeake Bay by Air 1/21 Ireland’s Wild Coast 1/28 Ireland’s Wild Coast

1/8 NOVA: Prediction by the Numbers 1/15 NOVA: Secrets in Our DNA 1/22 American Masters: How it Feels to Be Free 1/29 Mark Twain, pt 1

1/7 United in Song: Celebrating The Resilience of America 1/6 Sherlock Holmes Against Conan Doyle 1/13 Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years 1/20 Inside The Mind of Agatha Christie 1/27 Great Performances: The Magic of Horowitz

1/14 All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece: Episode 1 1/21 All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece: Episode 2

1/1 Richard M. Sherman: Songs of a Lifetime 1/8 All-Star Orchestra, pt 1 1/15 All-Star Orchestra, pt 2

1/28 All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece: Episode 3

3 pm – 5 pm · Learn at Home Children’s Programs  See page 6. Learn at Home programming, airing weekdays noon–3pm, resumes January 4.  montanapbs.org/learnathome


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A M WE E KDAY

6:00 Splash and Bubbles 6:30 WordWorld 7:00 Peg + Cat 7:30 Peep and the Big Wide World 8:00 Sid the Science Kid 8:30 Super WHY! 9:00 Pinkalicious & Peterrific 9:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 10:00 Let’s Go Luna! 10:30 Dinosaur Train 11:00 The Cat in the Hat Knows...! 11:30 Martha Speaks P M WE E KDAY

Noon Nature Cat 12:30 Ready Jet Go! 1:00 Arthur 1:30 Odd Squad 10 pm ������ 2:00 Cyberchase 10:30 ������ 2:30 Molly of Denali 11:00 ������ 3:00 Pinkalicious & Peterrific 11:30 ������ 3:30 Elinor Wonders Why mdnt ������4:00 Sesame Street 12:30 ������ 4:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 1 am ������5:00 Curious George (1am Let’s Go Luna!) 1:30 ������ 5:30 Curious George (1:30am Nature Cat) 2:00 ����*6:00 Wild Kratts 2:30 ������ 6:30 Wild Kratts 3:00 ������ 7:00 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 3:30 ������ 7:30 Molly of Denali 4:00 ������8:00 Hero Elementary 4:30 ������ 8:30 Odd Squad 5:00 ������9:00 Arthur 5:30 ������ 9:30 WordGirl

*See right for Friday listings 6pm–9:30pm A M W E E K EN D 

6:00 Splash and Bubbles 6:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 7:00 Esme & Roy 7:30 Peep and the Big Wide World 8:00 Sid The Science Kid 8:30 Super WHY! 9:00 Pinkalicious & Peterrific 9:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 10:00 Let’s Go Luna! 10:30 Dinosaur Train 11:00 The Cat in the Hat Knows...! 11:30 Martha Speaks P M WE E KE N D

Noon Nature Cat 12:30 Ready Jet Go! 1:00 Arthur 1:30 Odd Squad 10 pm 2:00 Cyberchase 10:30 2:30 Molly of Denali 11:00 3:00 Pinkalicious & Peterrific 11:30 3:30 Elinor Wonders Why mdnt 4:00 Sesame Street 12:30 4:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 1 am 5:00 Curious George (1am Let’s Go Luna!) 1:30 am 5:30 Curious George (1:30am Nature Cat) 2 am 6:00 Wild Kratts 2:30 6:30 Wild Kratts 3-5:30 �� 7-9:30 See right

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The End of the Road

Weekend specials

Odd Squad

Fri, Sat & Sun 1/1, 1/2 & 1/3

JANUARY 18–22  1:30PM, 8:30PM MTPBS-HD  1/18–1/22 5pm

7pm–10pm Molly of Denali Marathon

All new episodes each day this week; ice fishing in the Arctic, a 44-leaf clover; alternative reality; the agents go undercover as villains. Finally, we head “Down Under” with The Big O and the Mobile Unit as they join forces with two Australian agents to stop “The Shadow” from causing worldwide oddness, leading to an epic ODD SQUAD reveal on Friday.

7 pm–9:30pm Clifford the Big Red Dog Marathon

Fri, Sat & Sun 1/8, 1/9 & 1/10 Fri, Sat & Sun 1/15, 1/16 & 1/17 7pm–9pm Hero Elementary Marathon

Fri, Sat & Sun 1/22, 1/23 & 1/24 7 pm–9:30pm Odd Squad: The End of the Road

Fri, Sat & Sun 1/29, 1/30 & 1/31 7pm Rhythm and Roots of Arthur 8pm Arthur: D.W. and the Beastly Birthday 9pm Arthur Thanksgiving

Parents and Teachers PBBS Kids Games App The new year is a great time to help families discover the PBS KIDS Games app. With more than 180 games, it’s the perfect way to keep kids engaged and learning all month long. Explore the new digital series Team Hamster! and check out new adventures from Scribbles and Ink. Parents can find and use a variety of resources on the PBSKidsForParents.org website. Lessons, Videos and Activities Teachers can find “anytime” resources they can use to help young learners. Check it out now! Sharable, standards-aligned resources, for use at home, in the virtual classroom, and in-person at school, tap into the “SEL” portal available on the PBSLearningmedia.org/ sel website.

MontanaPBS Learn at Home MontanaPBS collaborates with the Office of Public Instruction to broadcast Learn at Home programming during the day. After the winter break, programming will resume on Monday, January 4th. (See page 6 for more)

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A–Z Listing ABC American Woodshop Thu 2am; Wed 6am, noon America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Sat mdnt; Thu & Sat 1:30am; Wed & Fri 7:30am, 10:30am, 2:30pm; Mon, Wed, Fri 1:30pm; Sat 2pm; Mon & Fri 6pm; Mon & Wed 9:30pm; Sun & Mon 10:30pm; Sun 11pm Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook Tue 1:30am; Mon 10:30am; Sun 9pm Ask This Old House Tue & Sat 2:30am; Sat 6am, 1:30pm; Mon & Fri 6:30am, 12:30pm Baking with Julia Tue 6pm, 10:30pm Beads Baubles and Jewels Thu 4:30am Best of Sewing with Nancy Mon & Fri 5am, 11am, 1pm Best of Simply Painting: Across Europe Sat 5:30am Best of the Joy of Painting Sun mdnt, 12:30am; Tue-Sat 3:30am; Mon-Fri 9:30am; Sat 7pm, 7:30pm Beyond Your Backyard Mon 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm Canvasing the World with Sean Diediker Fri 3pm through 1/22 Christina Cooks: Back to the Cutting Board 1/1 7:30pm, 10pm; 1/2 8:30am, 11am; 1/3 10:30am, 1pm, 7:30pm; 1/4 12:30am; 1/6 7pm; 1/7 mdnt Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television Thu 6pm, 10:30pm

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics Sat 4am; Sun 4:30am, 6am Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique Sun 4am, 6:30am Confucius Was a Foodie Sun & Mon 1am; Sat & Sun 6pm Cook’s Country Tue & Thu 1:30pm, 9:30pm; Sat 2:30pm; Mon, Wed, Fri 5:30pm; Mon & Wed 11:30pm; Marathons: 1/15 7pm-11:30pm; 1/16 8am-12:30pm; 1/17 10am-2:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm; 1/18-1/21 mdnt, 12:30am, 7pm, 7:30pm; 1/22 mdnt, 12:30am Craft in America Mon 4am Craftsman’s Legacy Wed & Fri 2am; Tue & Thu 6am, noon Curious Traveler Wed 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm Cycle Around Japan Highlights  Fri 8am, 1/29 3pm

DEF DayTripper Mon 8am, 3pm Dining with the Chef Mon 7am Dishing with Julia Child The Whole Fish Story 1/27 4:30pm, 6:30pm, 10pm • The Good Loaf 1/28 4:30pm, 6:30pm, 10pm • Your Own French Onion Soup 1/29 4:30pm, 6:30pm; 1/30 12:30am • Boeuf Bourguignon 1/30 4:30pm

Ellie’s Real Good Food Satisfying + Complete, With or Without Meat 1/1 8:30pm; 1/2 9:30am; 1/3 11:30am; 1/4 7:30pm; 1/5 12:30am • The Goods On Gluten-Free 1/1 11pm; 1/2 noon; 1/3 2pm; 1/7 7pm; 1/8 mdnt Family Travel with Colleen Kelly  Mon 9pm Field Trip with Curtis Stone  Wed 5pm, 11pm Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Sat 5am Food Flirts Sun 4pm Food Over 50 Sun & Mon 3am begins 1/4; Sun 7am; Sat 11:30pm begins 1/9 For Your Home Baby on the Way 1/14 4am • It’s New, It’s Trendy 1/21 4am • Backyard Makeover, Part 1 1/28 4am

GHI Garage with Steve Butler Thu 2:30am; Wed 6:30am, 12:30pm Garden SMART Sun 9:30am Growing a Greener World Sat 7:30am Growing Bolder Fri 4:30am Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef Thu & Sat 1am; Wed & Fri 7am, 10am, 2pm; Sat 10:30pm, 11pm Iowa Ingredient Mon 7:30am, 2:30pm It’s Sew Easy Sun 5am

JKL Jamie’s Ultimate Veg Scruffy Lasagne & Bigged-Up Broccoli 1/1 11:30pm; 1/2 12:30pm; 1/3 2:30pm; 1/7 7:30pm; 1/8 12:30am The Jazzy Vegetarian Sun & Mon 3:30am; Sun 7:30am, 11:30pm Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence  Rustic Yet Refined 1/3 5:30pm • I’m Inspired 1/5 5:30pm, 11:30pm Journeys In Japan Sun 8:30am J Schwanke’s Life In Bloom Tue 4am Kitchen Queens: New Orleans Sat 12:30am; Mon-Sat 4:30pm; Mon-Fri 6:30pm; MonThu 10pm through 1/26; Sun 3pm Knit and Crochet Now Wed 5am, 11am, 1pm Les Stroud’s Wild Harvest Mussels & Wild Radish 1/10 5:30pm • Miner’s Lettuce & Wild Ginger 1/12 5:30pm, 11:30pm • Horsetail & Spruce Tips 1/17 5:30pm • Milkweed & Cattail Flour 1/19 5:30pm, 11:30pm • Rock Tripe & Reindeer Moss 1/24 5:30pm • Ruffed Grouse and Labrador Tea 1/26 5:30pm, 11:30pm • Matsutake & Wild Turkey 1/31 5:30pm Lidia’s Kitchen Sun 4:30pm; Wed 6pm, 10:30pm

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Les Stroud’s Wild Harvest CREATE PREMIER ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 10  5:30PM  New episodes every Sunday and Tuesday

In his public TV debut, host Les Stroud (left), the star of TV’s Survivorman, finds fertile natural locations to forage and harvest wild mushrooms, salad greens, spices and more. Then, he meets up with chef Paul Rogalski (right), who transforms the ingredients into a three-course meal. APT ONLINE

Host Les Stroud (left) and chef Paul Rogalski hold a treasure from nature’s bounty.

Create Weekend Showcases

ALSO ON CREATE

Fridays 7pm–midnight; Saturdays 8am–1pm; Sundays 10am–3pm

Rick Steves Egypt: Yesterday & Today

New Year, New You

JANUARY 1 –  3

Pati’s Mexican Table

JANUARY 8 –  1 0

Cook’s Country on the Road JANUARY 15 –  1 7

Diane’s Greek Goodies

JANUARY 22 –  2 4

Rick Steves’ Specials

JANUARY 29 –  3 1

FRIDAY, JANUARY 29  7PM  Also 1/30 8am; 1/31 10am, 7pm MTPBS  1/3 6pm; 1/20 noon

Sail beyond Europe and explore the historic and cultural wonders of Egypt with Rick Steves. Rick visits Cairo, the fabled city of Alexandria, Luxor, the Nile, and finally tours of Ramesses II’s temple ruins at Abu Simbel.


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A–Z Listing Montana Public Affairs Network For the MPAN channel number in your community, see p. 2, or go to www.montanapbs.org/broadcastarea Montana Public Affairs Network (MPAN) is a state government broadcasting service that provides gavel-to-gavel, unedited coverage of legislative proceedings, both during and between sessions of the Legislature. Viewers are invited to watch floor sessions and committee meetings live and on delayed telecasts. In addition to legislative proceedings, MPAN provides live and pre-recorded coverage of a variety of other state agency activities, as well as other public-interest programming. Visit: www.leg.mt.gov

MNO Make It Artsy Wed 4am Make Your Mark Fri 4am Mexico: One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Tue 1am; Mon 10am, 2pm; Sat 9pm Mike Colameco’s Real Food  Wed & Fri 1am; Tue & Thu 7am, 10am, 2pm; Sat 9:30pm, 10pm Modern Pioneering with Georgia Pellegrini Tue 4:30am My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas  Marathons: 1/22 7pm-11:30pm; 1/23 8am-12:30pm; 1/24 10am2:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm; 1/25-1/28 mdnt, 12:30am, 7pm, 7:30pm; 1/29 mdnt, 12:30am New Day New Chef  Simone Reyes 1/1 9pm; 1/2 10am; 1/3 noon; 1/5 7pm; 1/6 mdnt • John Salley 1/2 11:30pm; 1/3 3am New Scandinavian Cooking Wed & Fri 1:30am begins 1/6; Tue & Thu 7:30am, 10:30am, 2:30pm; Sun 9:30pm, 10pm begins 1/6 Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen Thu & Sat 5pm; Thu 11pm Outside with Greg Aiello  Wed 8am, 3pm, 9pm

PQR Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Tue 5:30am, 11:30am

Painting with Paulson Thu 5:30am, 11:30am Painting with Wilson Bickford  Wed 5:30am, 11:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell  Mon & Fri 5:30am, 11:30am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home  Sat 7am; Sun 9am Pati’s Mexican Table Sat 5:30pm; Thu 5:30pm, 11:30pm; 1/10-1/14 7pm, 7:30pm; 1/11-1/15 mdnt, 12:30am • Marathons: 1/8 7pm-11:30pm; 1/9 8am-12:30pm; 1/10 10am-2:30pm Quilting Arts Tue & Thu 5am, 11am, 1pm Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose Switzerland 1/2 3pm, 8pm; 1/3 2am • Egypt 1/3 8pm; 1/4 2am • Assam India 1/9 3pm, 8pm; 1/10 2am • Basel and Lucerne 1/10 8pm; 1/11 2am • Costa Rica 1/16 3pm, 8pm; 1/17 2am • Geneva and the Matterhorn 1/17 8pm; 1/18 2am • Greece 1/23 3pm, 8pm; 1/24 2am • Hong Kong1/24 8pm; 1/25 2am • Morocco 1/30 3pm, 8pm; 1/31 2am • New Zealand 1/31 8pm; 2/1 2am Rick Steves Cruising the Mediterranean 1/29 10pm; 1/30 11am; 1/31 1pm Rick Steves Egypt: Yesterday & Today  1/29 7pm; 1/30 8am; 1/31 10am, 7pm; 2/1 mdnt Rick Steves’ Europe Tue-Sat 3am; Mon-Fri 9am; Mon-Sat 4pm; MonThu 8pm

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Rick Steves European Festivals 1/29 11pm; 1/30 noon; 1/31 2pm Rick Steves’ European Travel Tips and Tricks 1/29 9pm; 1/30 10am; 1/31 noon Rick Steves Rome 1/29 8pm; 1/30 9am; 1/31 11am

STU Sara’s Weeknight Meals Sun & Tue 5pm; Tue 11pm Simply Ming Sun 3:30pm; Mon & Fri 5pm; Mon 11pm tasteMAKERS 1/3 9:30pm • 1/3 10pm This Old House Tue & Sat 2am; Mon & Fri 6am, noon; Sat 6:30am, 1pm Trails to Oishii Tokyo Sun 8am Travelscope Tue & Thu 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm Travels with Darley Fri 8:30am, 3:30pm Urban Conversion Wed 4:30am

WY Weekends with Yankee Tue & Thu 8am, 3pm, 9pm Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics Quilt Scholarship: Romance and Reality 1/7 4am Woodsmith Shop Wed & Fri 2:30am; Tue & Thu 6:30am, 12:30pm Wyland’s Art Studio Sun 5:30am Yoga in Practice Sat 4:30am


A-Z

PBS Channel Guide p. 2 or www.montanapbs.org/broadcastarea

MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS

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Airtimes in black appear on MontanaPBS-HD, airtimes listed in grey [like this] air on PBS-World channel. Check p. 2 for channels in your area. 10 Modern Marvels That Changed America 1/7 noon MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk  Paige & The People’s Band 1/14 7pm; 1/16 10:10pm • Vanguard 1/28 7pm The 1900 Island 1/10 6pm; 1/12 4am, noon • 1/17 6pm; 1/19 4am, noon • 1/24 6pm; 1/26 4am, noon • 1/31 6pm 1964: The Fight for a Right 1/18 3am [1/18 5pm, 10pm; 1/19 6am; 1/24 2am]

ABC Abandoned in the Arctic 1/3 1am ACL Hall of Fame: The First Six Years  1/2 10:36pm; 1/4 1am Across the Pacific Airborne [1/8 5pm, 10pm; 1/9 6am] • Latin Laboratory [1/8 6pm, 11pm; 1/9 7am] • Another Ocean [1/8 7pm; 1/9 mdnt, 8am]

African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Rise! (1940–1968) [1/18 1pm] After Parkland: Healing a Community and a Nation [1/26 7:03pm, 11:03pm; 1/27 7:03am; 1/30 9:03pm; 1/31 8:03am, 4:03pm]

Against All Odds: The Fight for a Black Middle Class [1/22 5pm, 10pm; 1/23 6am; 1/28 3am, 9am]

Agatha Christie’s England 1/24 9pm; 1/26 3am Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio 1/20 1am MT An Alien Place The Fort Missoula Detention Camp 1941–1944 1/17 10:30am; 1/18 2:30am; 1/21 7:30pm All Creatures Great and Small On Masterpiece 1/10 8pm; 1/12 2am; 1/14 2pm • 1/17 8pm; 1/19 2am; 1/21 2pm • 1/24 8pm; 1/26 2am; 1/28 2pm • 1/31 8pm All-Star Orchestra 1/8 2pm • 1/15 2pm Amanpour and Company Mon-Fri starts 10:30pm-11pm [Tue-Sat 2am] American Experience The Codebreaker 1/11 8pm; 1/13 noon; 1/14 2am [1/15 7pm; 1/16 mdnt, 8am]

American Masters Laura Ingalls Wilder: Prairie to Page 1/4 1:30pm [1/1 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 1/2 7:30am, 1:30pm] • How It Feels to Be Free 1/18 8pm; 1/21 2am; 1/22 1pm [1/23 6pm, 10pm] American Woodshop Sat 12:30pm America ReFramed  [Sun mdnt, 7am, 3pm except 1/3; Wed 6am; Tue 6pm, 10pm; Sat 8pm except 1/3]

America’s Heartland Sun 8:30am [1/3 10:30am]

America’s Socialist Experiment 1/31 3am America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Sat 11am And the Floods Came 1/29 5am Animal Babies: First Year on Earth  New Frontiers [1/1 10am] Antiques Roadshow American Stories 1/4 7pm; 1/7 5am • Vintage Baltimore 2021, hr 1 1/11 7pm; 1/14 5am • Vintage Baltimore 2021, hr 2 1/18 7pm; 1/21 5am • Vintage Tucson 2021, hr 1 1/25 7pm; 1/28 5am

Aretha Franklin Remembered (My Music) 1/24 3am Arthur Mon–Thu 4:30pm Articulate with Jim Cotter  Sun 11:30pm [Sun 10am] Art in the Twenty-First Century  Johannesburg 1/25 2pm Asia Insight [Tue 4:30am] Ask This Old House Sat 4:30am, noon MT Aspen: The Forgotten Times  1/31 10:30am; 2/1 2:30am Aurora: Fire in the Sky 1/6 1pm; 1/11 4am Austin City Limits Foo Fighters Rock Austin City Limits 1/9 10pm; 1/11 1am • The War and Treaty/Ruthie Foster 1/16 11:10pm; 1/18 1am • Sarah Jarosz/Ray Wylie Hubbard 1/23 10pm; 1/25 1am • Best of Spoon 1/30 9pm; 2/1 1am MT Backroads of Montana A Stone’s Throw from Anywhere 1/2 5pm • Coming Home 1/6 5:30am • Rich with Tradition 1/9 5pm • Collecting Memories 1/13 5:30am • Speed of Sound 1/16 5pm • Fromberg to Ulm 1/20 5:30am • Rumors and Ringers 1/23 5pm • Two Dot to Fishtail 1/27 5:30am • Hidden Treasures 1/30 5pm Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi  Sat mdnt Basketball, Water and the Lost City of Elbowoods 1/14 noon Battleground [1/28 5pm, 10pm; 1/29 6am] Battleground Everglades Algae Explosion [1/6 noon] • War On Invasive Species [1/6 12:30pm] • The Battle Over Big Water [1/26 noon] • Dangerous Seas [1/26 12:30pm] BBC World News Weeknights, starts 10pm-10:30pm [Mon-Fri 4am, 9:30pm] BBC World News America  [Mon-Fri 3:30pm]

BBC World News Outside Source Mon-Thu 5:30pm BBC World News Today Fri 5:30pm Beads Baubles and Jewels Sat 2pm Best of Sewing with Nancy Sat 1:30pm Best of the Joy of Painting Sat 10am Betty White: First Lady of Television  1/8 3am; 1/30 8pm Beyond the Canvas All About the Music 1/1 9:30pm Black in Blue 1/20 3am Blood Sugar Rising [1/4 11am] Boss: The Black Experience in Business [1/22 6pm, 11pm; 1/23 7am] MT The Bozeman Trail 1/4 3:30am Building the American Dream  [1/29 5pm, 10pm; 1/30 6am] MT Business: Made in Montana 

1/21 7pm; 1/24 10:30am; 1/25 2:30am California Coast 1/18 1pm Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Sun 5:30am Changing Seas Coral Hybrids [1/12 12:30pm] • Reef Revival [1/19 noon] • After the Spill [1/25 noon] The Chavis Chronicles [Sun 9am]

Chesapeake Bay By Air 1/14 1pm Chihuly Fire & Light 1/15 4am The Chinese Exclusion Act: American Experience [1/27 1pm] Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television Mon 11am Circus: American Experience [1/28 1pm] Civilizations What Is Art (Good for)?

Worthy Life 1/11 2pm Finding Your Roots DNA Mysteries 1/3 4am • Breaking the Silences 1/5 7pm [1/10 7pm, 11pm; 1/11 7am] • War Stories 1/10 4am • Coming to America 1/12 7pm [1/17 7pm, 11pm; 1/18 7am] • Flight 1/17 4am • To the Manor Born 1/19 7pm; 1/24 4am [1/24 7pm, 11pm; 1/25 7am] • Against All Odds 1/26 7pm; 1/31 4am

1/27 3:30am Classical Stretch: By Essentrics Mon, Wed, Fri 6am; Tue & Thu 10:30am Clifford the Big Red Dog Sun 6am; Fri 4:30pm Climate of the Hominins 1/4 1pm Closer to Truth [Fri 4:30am] Closing the Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay [1/3 9pm; 1/4 1am, 9am] Codeswitching: Race and Identity in the Suburban Schoolhouse [1/25 6pm,

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover Sun 9:30am; Fri 7:30pm [Sun 12:30pm] First Avenue: Closer to the Stars  1/25 3am Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting  Thu 11am The Forgotten Coast [1/13 noon] Forgotten Fame: The Marion Miley Story 1/10 3am France 24 [Mon-Fri 4pm] Frontline TBA 1/5 9pm; 1/8 8pm; 1/12 9pm; 1/13 2:30am; 1/19 9pm; 1/26 9pm

[1/4 1pm] MT Class C: The Only Game in Town

11pm; 1/26 7am; 1/30 noon]

Colorado Experience Colorado State Fair [1/3 11am] Company Town [1/4 6pm, 11pm; 1/5 7am; 1/9 noon; 1/10 3am]

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Fri 11:30pm except 1/1 [Sat 4:30am, 9am] Cook’s Country Sat 3:30pm Craftsman’s Legacy Wed 5am except 1/13 Curious George Sat 6:30am; Mon-Fri 8am Curious Traveler Tue 11:30am Cyberwork and the American Dream  [1/4 5pm, 10pm; 1/5 6am; 1/10 2am]

DEF Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Sat 5:30am; Mon-Fri 9:30am Dayton Codebreakers 1/14 3am Dinosaur Train Sat 6am Direct Talk [Mon-Fri 5:40am except 1/1 & 1/11]

Doc World No Country for the Poor [1/31 8pm; 2/1 mdnt]

The Draft 1/27 noon DW Focus on Europe  [Sun 6am; Sat

4pm; 1/1 & 1/11 5:30am] DW Global 3000 [Sun 6:30am, 2pm; 1/1 5am, 9pm; 1/11 5am] DW News [Mon-Fri 3pm ] DW The Day [Mon-Fri 9pm] Earth Focus [Sun 1:30pm]

East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story [1/29 6pm, 11pm; 1/30 7am] Elinor Wonders Why  Sat 9am; Mon-Fri 3pm Elizabeth Is Missing On Masterpiece  1/3 8pm; 1/5 1am Emery Blagdon and His Healing Machine 1/3 3:34pm Emma Goldman: American Experience  [1/19 1pm]

Employment Matters [1/5 7:30pm,

11:30pm; 1/6 7:30am; 1/8 3am, 9am; 1/9 9:30pm; 1/10 1:30am, 8:30am, 4:30pm] Employment Matters Too [1/12 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 1/13 7:30am; 1/16 9:30pm; 1/17 1:30am, 8:30am] MT Evelyn Cameron: Pictures from a

[1/31 7pm, 11pm]

[1/6 7pm; 1/7 mdnt; 1/10 8pm; 1/11 mdnt, 8am; 1/13 7pm; 1/14 mdnt; 1/20 7pm; 1/21 mdnt; 1/27 7pm; 1/28 mdnt] • Coal’s Deadly Dust [1/26 1pm] • Growing Up Poor In America [1/15 6pm, 11pm; 1/16 7am]

The Future of America’s Past Freedom’s Fortress [1/10 11am] • The Fire of a Movement [1/17 11am] • Lines in the Sand [1/24 11am] • A Grave Injustice [1/31 11am]

GHI Gandhi’s Awakening & Gandhi’s Gift Gandhi’s Awakening [1/3 2am] • Gandhi’s Gift [1/3 3am] Garden SMART Sat 10:30am The Gene: An Intimate History  Episode 1 [1/18 10am] • Episode 2 [1/20 10am]

Genius By Stephen Hawking Where Are We? [1/5 noon] • Where Did the Universe Come from? [1/18 noon] • Can We Time Travel? [1/28 noon] The Gilded Age: American Experience  [1/20 1pm]

Great American Railroad Journeys Sun noon The Great American Read Heroes [1/15 1pm] • Villains & Monsters [1/15 2pm] The Great British Baking Show Sweet Dough 1/3 4:02pm • Biscuits 1/10 4pm • Patisserie 1/17 4pm • The Final 1/24 4pm • Masterclass 1 1/31 4pm Great Performances From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2021 1/1 8pm • The Magic of Callas 1/15 9pm; 1/22 3am • The Magic of Horowitz 1/22 9pm; 1/27 2pm; 1/29 3am • Julius Caesar [1/29 1pm]

Great Performances at the Met Wozzeck 1/15 2am Great Polar Bear Feast 1/11 1pm GZERO World with Ian Bremmer  Wed mdnt [Wed 4:30am] Herd in Iceland 1/12 1pm


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HD & World Channels Airtimes in black appear on MontanaPBS-HD, airtimes listed in grey [like this] air on PBS-World channel. Check p. 2 for channels in your area.

Hero Elementary Sat 8:30am; Mon-Fri 4pm History Detectives Tue 5am; Mon noon [1/4 2pm] Hoot in the Hole: The Story of the Jackson Hole Hootenanny 1/5 2pm Illustrative Math [Tue, Thu, Fri 10am, 10:30am, 11am, 11:30am; except 1/22 9:53am, 10:22am, 10:51am, 11:17am]

Impossible Builds The Floating House [1/1 8am; 1/6 3am, 9am]

In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl Musicals and the Movies 1/15 8pm; 1/22 2am • Hecho en Mexico (Made in Mexico) 1/22 8pm; 1/29 2am • Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl 1/29 8pm Independent Lens We Believe in Dinosaurs [1/2 10am] • A Woman’s Work: The NFL’s Cheerleader Problem 1/4 9:30pm; 1/6 1am [1/6 6pm, 11pm; 1/7 7am; 1/9 11am; 1/14 3am, 9am] • My Country No More [1/5 5pm; 1/6 mdnt, 8am; 1/9 3am; 1/12 3am, 9am] • Rat Film [1/6 5pm, 10pm; 1/7 6am; 1/9 10am] • A Day in the Life of America/American Nomads 1/11 9pm; 1/13 1am [1/13 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 1/14 6:30am; 1/16 10am] • Cooked: Survival By Zip Code [1/19 5pm; 1/20 mdnt, 8am; 1/23 3am; 1/26 3am, 9am] MT Indian Relay 1/22 noon

In Frame: The Man Behind the Museum Hotel 1/3 3am In Money We Trust? [1/3 8pm; 1/4 mdnt, 8am; 1/7 3am, 9am]

Inside the Mind of Agatha Christie 1/17 9pm; 1/19 3am; 1/20 2pm Ireland’s Wild Coast 1/21 1pm; 1/25 4am • 1/28 1pm; 2/1 4am It’s a Grand Night for Singing: 25th Anniversary 1/1 noon

It’s Sew Easy Thu 11:30am

Life from Above Changing Planet

JKL

Livingston Taylor Live from Sellersville Theater: Songs and Stories 1/9 11pm Local, USA My Everyday Hustle [1/4 7pm; 1/5 mdnt, 8am] • Metcalfe Park: Black Vote Rising [1/18 7pm; 1/19 mdnt,

MT Jailed for Their Words When Free

Speech Died in Wartime America 1/13 4:30am Jamestown Pt 1 1/3 12:02am • Pt 2 1/10 mdnt • Pt 3 1/17 12:10am • Pt 4 1/24 mdnt • Pt 5 1/31 12:06am Jazz Gumbo (Beginnings–1917) 1/9 1am; 1/12 1:30pm [1/9 1pm] • The Gift (1917– 1924) 1/16 1am; 1/19 1pm [1/16 1pm] • Our Language (1924–1928) 1/23 1am; 1/26 1pm [1/23 1pm]• The True Welcome (1929–1935) 1/30 1am [1/30 1pm] John Fogerty: My 50 Year Trip  1/1 10:30pm; 1/4 2:30am Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope  Wed 11:30pm Josh Groban: An Evening of Harmony  1/4 8pm Keepers of the Light 1/6 4am Keep Talking 1/21 noon; 2/1 3am Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen  Fri 11:30am Last of the Summer Wine Fri 1am except 1/1; Sat 7pm Laura Flanders Show [Sun 9:30am] The Lawrence Welk Show Sat 6pm Les Miserables on Masterpiece [1/22 11:49am] • [1/22 12:53pm] • [1/22 1:57pm] Let’s Go Luna! Mon-Fri 3:30pm Library of Congress National Book Festival: Celebrating American Ingenuity [1/8 1pm] Lidia Celebrates America A Salute to First Responders 1/29 9pm Lidia’s Kitchen Fri 11am

[1/1 11am]

8am; 1/22 3am, 8:53am; 1/24 9:30pm; 1/25 1:30am, 9:30am]

Long Song On Masterpiece Episode 1 1/31 9pm Lorraine Hansberry: American Masters [1/9 6pm, 10pm] Louisa May Alcott: American Masters The Woman Behind Little Women [1/1 5pm, 10pm; 1/2 6am, noon]

MNO MT Magic Yellowstone Historic 1920’s

Motion Picture of the Yellowstone 1/3 10:30am; 1/7 7:30pm; 1/25 8pm Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years 1/13 2pm; 1/17 3am, 3:08pm Market to Market Sat 3:30am; Sun 8am Mark Twain Pt 1 1/29 1pm Marriner Eccles: Father of the Modern Federal Reserve [1/31 5pm] Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Concert with The Cleveland Orchestra 1/18 2pm Masterpiece: 50 Fabulous Years!  1/10 7pm; 1/12 1am Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner Salute Sid Caesar 1/8 2am Me & My Robot [1/25 7pm; 1/26 mdnt, 8am; 1/29 3am, 9am]

Michael Kaeshammer: Boogie on the Blues Highway 1/2 2am Migrant Kitchen [Sat 4:30pm] Mine Wars: American Experience  [1/25 1pm]

Miss Scarlet and the Duke On Masterpiece Inheritance 1/17 7pm; 1/19 1am • The Woman in Red 1/24 7pm; 1/26 1am • Deeds Not Words 1/31 7pm Miss Springmaid 1/9 2:30am Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood  Sun 6:30am Molly of Denali Mon-Fri 8:30am MT Montana AG Live Montana Wool Growers 1/3 11am • Montana Canola Producers 1/10 11am • Montana Grape and Wine Producers 1/17 11am •Legacy Planning Can Reduce Your Montana Taxes 1/24 11am • Rural Mental Health 1/31 11am MT Montana Mosaics: 20th Century People and Events Jeannette Rankin/ Montana’s Constitutional Congress 1/15 12:30pm MontanaPBS Film Classics Oliver! 1/2 8:03pm; 1/3 1pm • On the Waterfront 1/9 8:03pm; 1/10 1pm • The Apartment 1/16 8:03pm; 1/17 1pm • Yours, Mine and Ours 1/23 8:03pm; 1/24 1pm • Risky Business 1/30 10pm MotorWeek Tue 11:30pm Mumford & Sons: Live from South Africa: Dust And Thunder 1/2 1am My Mother and Other Strangers On Masterpiece Pt 1 1/3 10pm; 1/7 4am • Pt 2 1/10 10pm; 1/14 4am • Pt 3 1/17 10pm; 1/21 4am • Pt 4 1/24 10pm; 1/28 4am • Pt 5 1/31 10pm


PBS Channel Guide p. 2 or montanapbs.org/broadcastarea My Neighborhood: Pilsen [1/19 7pm,

11pm; 1/20 7am; 1/23 9pm; 1/24 1am, 8am, 4pm; 1/31 1am]

Nat King Cole’s Greatest Songs (My Music) 1/7 2am Nature Snowbound: Animals of Winter [1/3 7pm, 11pm; 1/4 7am] • Cold Warriors: Wolves and Buffalo 1/5 1pm [1/3 6pm, 10pm; 1/4 6am] • Super Cats: Cats In Every Corner [1/6 11am] • A Squirrel’s Guide to Success 1/6 7pm [1/10 6pm, 10pm; 1/11 6am] • American Spring LIVE: Birth and Rebirth [1/11 noon] • The Alps: The High Life 1/13 7pm; 1/20 1pm [1/17 6pm, 10pm; 1/18 6am] • The Alps: Winter’s Fortress 1/20 7pm; 1/27 1pm [1/24 6pm, 10pm; 1/25 6am] • Octopus: Making Contact 1/27 7pm [1/31 6pm, 10pm] Nature Cat Sat 7am Newsroom Tokyo [Mon-Fri 5am except 1/1 & 1/11]

NHK Newsline Tue-Fri 12:30am except 1/1 [Mon-Fri 4:30pm] Nile: Rivers of Life [1/27 10am] NOVA The Impossible Flight [1/1 6am] • Emperor’s Ghost Army [1/4 10am] • Prediction by the Numbers 1/6 8pm; 1/8 1pm [1/7 5pm, 10pm; 1/8 6am] • Dog Tales [1/11 10am] • Secrets in Our DNA 1/13 8pm; 1/15 1pm [1/14 5pm, 10pm; 1/15 6am] • Cuba’s Cancer Hope [1/14 noon] • Decoding Da Vinci 1/20 8pm; 1/25 1pm [1/21 5pm, 10pm; 1/22 6am] • Decoding the Weather Machine [1/25 10am] • Forgotten Genius 1/27 8pm [1/30 6pm, 10pm]

Odd Squad Mon-Fri 5pm One Night In March 1/20 2:30am, [1/20 5pm, 10pm; 1/21 6am; 1/23 11:30am]

On Story [Sun 4am, 2:30pm] Open Mind Fri mdnt [Sun 5:30am, 1pm] MT Or Perish in the Attempt 1/28 noon Our Kids: Narrowing the Opportunity Gap [Mon 3am; Thu 8am; Sun 5pm] Overheard with Evan Smith Saeed Jones, Poet and Author 1/2 12:30am [Mon 4:30am]

PQR Painting with Paulson Wed 11:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Wed 11am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Sun 5am PBS American Portrait I Dream 1/5 8pm; 1/7 1am [1/9 5pm; 1/11 2am] • I Work 1/12 8pm; 1/14 1am [1/16 5pm; 1/18 2am] • I Keep 1/19 8pm; 1/21 1am [1/23 5pm; 1/25 2am] • I Rise 1/26 8pm; 1/28 1am [1/30 5pm] PBS NewsHour Mon-Fri 6pm [Tue-Sat 1am; Mon-Fri 8pm]

PBS NewsHour Weekend Sat & Sun 5:30pm Peg + Cat Sat 8am Personal Statement: America Reframed [1/2 8pm; 1/3 mdnt, 7am, 3pm] Pinkalicious & Peterrific Sat 7:30am; Mon-Fri 10am A Place to Call Home Mon mdnt except 1/4; Thu 8pm A Place to Stand [1/2 9pm; 1/3 1am, 8am, 4pm]

The Plastic Problem: PBS NewsHour Presents [1/7 noon] Poetry in America Those Winter Sundays: Robert Hayden [1/11 7pm; 1/12 mdnt, 8am; 1/15 3am, 9am; 1/17 4:30pm] • The New Colossus: Emma Lazarus [1/29 noon] • To Prisoners: Gwendolyn Brooks [1/29 12:30pm]

Poison Squad: American Experience [1/21 1pm]

POV Happy Winter [1/11 5pm, 10pm; 1/12 6am; 1/17 2am] • Farmsteaders [1/12 5pm; 1/13 mdnt, 8am; 1/16 3am; 1/19 3am, 9am] • American Promise [1/16 6pm, 10pm] • And She Could Be Next, pt 1: Building the Movement [1/17 8pm; 1/18 mdnt, 8am] • Raising Bertie [1/20 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 1/21 6:30am; 1/23 10am]

• And She Could Be Next, pt 2: Claiming Power [1/24 8pm; 1/25 mdnt, 8am] • The Mole Agent 1/25 8:30pm; 1/27 1am

[1/27 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 1/28 6:30am; 1/30 10am] • Grit [1/26 5pm; 1/27 mdnt, 8am; 1/30 3am] • Singing with Angry Bird [1/31 9pm; 2/1 1am] POV Shorts Money Rules [1/13 5pm, 10pm; 1/14 6am; 1/16 11:30am] • Comic Culture [1/27 5pm, 10pm; 1/28 6am; 1/30 11:30am]

Prehistoric Road Trip Welcome to Fossil Country [1/7 7pm; 1/8 mdnt, 8am; 1/13 3am, 9am] • We Dig Dinosaurs [1/14 7pm; 1/15 mdnt, 8am; 1/20 3am, 9am] • Tiny Teeth, Fearsome Beasts [1/21 7pm; 1/22 mdnt, 7:56am; 1/27 3am, 9am]

Prime Suspect: Tennison On Masterpiece Episode 1 1/21 9pm; 1/24 1am • Episode 2 1/28 9pm; 1/31 1am Prince Albert: A Victorian Hero Revealed 1/3 7pm; 1/5 3am; 1/6 noon QE2: The World’s Greatest Cruise Ship  1/24 3pm; 1/28 3am; 1/29 4am • 1/31 3pm Ready Jet Go! Mon-Fri 7am Reconnecting Roots Sat 4:30pm Reel South Saint Cloud Hill [1/15 5pm, 10pm; 1/16 6am; 1/21 3am, 9am]

Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways For Health & Spirit 1/29 12:30pm MT Return to Foretop’s Father  1/29 noon Return to the Wild: The Chris McCandless Story 1/11 3am Richard M. Sherman: Songs of a Lifetime 1/1 2pm Rick Steves Egypt: Yesterday & Today 1/3 6pm; 1/20 noon Rick Steves’ Europe Sat 3pm Rick Steves Rome 1/22 4am Rick Steves’ Travel as a Political Act  1/6 3am A Ripple of Hope 1/18 4am, noon [1/18

6pm, 11pm; 1/19 7am; 1/23 noon; 1/24 3am]

River Voices: A Portrait of an American River 1/13 1pm Roads to Memphis: American Experience [1/18 2pm] Roadtrip Nation: A Single Mom’s Story 1/7 3am Roadtrip Nation: Rerouting [1/11 6pm, 11pm; 1/12 7am; 1/16 noon; 1/17 3am]

MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS 

Roosevelts: An Intimate History Get Action (1858–1901) [1/5 1pm] • In the Arena (1901–1910) [1/6 1pm] • The Fire of Life (1910–1919) [1/7 1pm] • The Storm (1920–1933) [1/11 1pm] • The Rising Road (1933–1939) [1/12 1pm] • The Common Cause (1939–1944) [1/13 1pm] • A Strong and Active Faith (1944–1962) [1/14 1pm] MT The Rundown: Capitol Report, 67th Legislature  Jan 3, Week 1 1/3 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/4 2am, 11:30am • Jan 10, Week 2 1/10 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/11 2am, 11:30am • Jan 17, Week 3 1/17 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/18 2am, 11:30am • Jan 24, Week 4 1/24 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 1/25 2am, 11:30am • Jan 31, Week 5 1/31 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 2/1 2am

STU Samantha Brown’s Places to Love Tue mdnt Sammy Davis, Jr.: American Masters  [1/1 noon; 1/2 6pm, 10pm]

SciGirls Going Green [1/6 10am] • Pedal Power [1/6 10:30am] • The Awesome App Race [1/12 noon] • Star Power [1/19 12:30pm] • Blowin’ in the Wind [1/25 12:30pm]

Second Opinion Tue 11am [Sat 4am, 9:30am]

Second Wind: The Tale of a Sailor 1/28 2am Secrets of Westminster 1/5 4am Sesame Street Mon-Fri 9am Shakespeare Uncovered Julius Caesar with Brian Cox [1/8 noon] Sherlock Holmes Against Conan Doyle 1/1 2:06am; 1/6 2pm Sinatra in Concert at Royal Festival Hall 1/4 mdnt Sinking Cities New York [1/21 noon] Sit and Be Fit Mon, Wed, Fri 10:30am Song of the Mountains Mon 5am The Songwriters Rodney Crowell 1/2 11:33pm • K.T. Oslin 1/30 11:38pm Splash and Bubbles Sun 7am Standing On Sacred Ground Islands of Sanctuary [1/2 3am; 1/5 3am, 9am] Start Up [Sun 11:30am] Stella & Co.: A Romantic Musical Comedy Documentary About Aging  1/27 2:30am Steven Page Trio: Live in Concert  1/23 11pm Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire Sat 4pm Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke  Behind the Smoke 1/2 4pm Still Open All Hours Fri 1:30am except 1/1; Sat 7:30pm MT Stories from Montana’s Future  Blackfeet Country 1/7 7pm; 1/10 10:30am; 1/11 2:30am; 1/15 noon Stories from the Stage Kitchen Confessions [1/1 9:30am; 1/2 11:30am] • What We Wear [1/4 7:30pm; 1/5 12:30am, 8:30am; 1/8 3:30am, 9:30am; 1/9 2:30pm] • Pride [1/11 7:30pm; 1/12 12:30am, 8:30am; 1/15 3:30am, 9:30am] • At the Scene [1/18 7:30pm; 1/19 12:30am, 8:30am; 1/22 3:30am, 9:24am] • Mi Familia [1/25 7:30pm; 1/26 12:30am, 8:30am; 1/29 3:30am, 9:30am]

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Storm of the Century: The Blizzard of ’49 1/8 noon Story in the Public Square Thu mdnt [Thu 4:30am]

Supernature: Wild Flyers Defying Gravity [1/27 noon] Swamp Ghost 1/20 4am Tending Nature Cultivating Native Foodways with the Cultural Conservancy [1/1 9am] This American Land [Sun 10:30am begins 1/10]

This Old House Sat 4am, 11:30am Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope [1/28 6pm, 11pm; 1/29 7am] To Catch a Comet [1/11 11am] To Dine for with Kate Sullivan Sun 2:30am, 1/18 11:30pm, 1/25 11:30pm To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  [Sun 4:30am, noon; Sat 5am, 3pm]

The Tree 1/31 1pm Trees in Trouble 1/7 1pm Triangle Fire: American Experience  [1/19 2pm]

United in Song: Celebrating the Resilience of America 1/7 1:30pm Unladylike2020: American Masters  [1/15 noon]

The Unseen Alistair Cooke on Masterpiece 1/10 9pm; 1/12 3am Ursula K. Le Guin: American Masters  [1/1 2pm]

VWXY Vera Dirty 1/7 9pm; 1/10 1am • The Escape Turn 1/14 9pm; 1/17 1am Vernon Jordan: Make It Plain  [1/2 5pm; 1/4 2am]

VOCES on PBS The Pushouts [1/25 5pm, 10pm; 1/26 6am; 1/31 2am, 3am]

Voice of America: Lowell Thomas and the Rise of Broadcast News 1/5 noon Wai Lana Yoga Sat 5am Washington Week Sat 3am; Sun 9am; Fri 7pm [Sun 5am; Sat 5:30am, 3:30pm] Weekends with Yankee Sat 2:30pm When Disaster Strikes A Perfect Storm: Mozambique 1/6 9pm; 1/8 5am [1/7 6pm, 11pm; 1/8 7am] • The Silent Killer: Somalia 1/13 9pm; 1/15 5am [1/14 6pm, 11pm; 1/15 7am] • Paradise Lost: Bahamas 1/20 9pm; 1/22 5am [1/21 6pm, 11pm; 1/22 7am] When Whales Walked: Journeys in Deep Time [1/13 10am] The Whole Truth with David Eisenhower Sat 12:30am begins 1/9 Wild Kratts Mon–Fri 6:30am; Sat 9:30am Wild Metropolis Residents [1/27 11am] Wild Travels: America’s Most Unusual Festivals 1/6 2am; 1/8 4am; 1/10 3pm Wild Weather [1/20 noon] Woodsmith Shop Sat 1pm Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum  Sun-Fri 7:30am Yoga in Practice Tue & Thu 6am


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