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Explore the groundbreaking career of master trumpeter Doc Severinsen, from his three decades as the colorful bandleader to “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” to his relentless schedule of touring and performing into his nineties.

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Also, Don’t Miss ... Paradise and Purgatory: Hemingway of the L Bar T and St. V’s THURSDAY, APRIL 1  7:30PM  Also, 4/9 4am; 4/11 10:30am; 4/14 12:30pm 4   S EE P. 4

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Ernest Hemingway on the fishing boat Anita circa 1929.

Hemingway Hemingway, a three-part, six-hour documentary film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, examines the visionary work and the turbulent life of Ernest Hemingway, one of the greatest and most influential writers America has ever produced. Interweaving his eventful biography— a life lived at the ultimately treacherous nexus of art, fame, and celebrity—with carefully selected excerpts from his iconic short stories, novels, and non-fiction, the series reveals the brilliant, ambitious, charismatic, and complicated man behind the myth, and the art he created.

A Writer (1899-1929) MONDAY 4/5 7PM, 9PM   Also 4/7 1am; 4/12 1pm WORLD 4/9 6PM, 11PM; 4/10 7AM

Hemingway moves to Paris to write. He finds success with his second novel, A Farewell to Arms.

The Avatar (1929-1944) TUESDAY 4/6 7PM, 9PM Also 4/8 1am; 4/13 1pm WORLD 4/16 6PM, 11PM; 4/17 7AM

Hemingway, having achieved literary fame, takes his talents to report on the Spanish Civil War.

The Blank Page (1944-1961) WEDNESDAY 4/7 7PM, 9PM Also 4/9 2am; 4/14 1pm WORLD 4/23 6PM, 11PM; 4/24 7AM

Hemingway publishes The Old Man and the Sea but is overcome by his declining mental condition.

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The Rundown: Capitol Report: 67th Legislature  Jackie Coffin offers an in-depth look at Montana’s 67th Legislative Session. Coffin tracks issues of importance as they move through the legislature. This program airs each Sunday through the end of the legislative session. • Apr. 4: Week 14  10am, 5pm, 11pm; 4/5 2am, 11:30am  • Apr. 11: Week 15  10am, 5pm, 11pm; 4/12 2am, 11:30am • Apr. 18: Week 16  10am, 5pm, 11pm; 4/19 2am, 11:30am • Apr. 25: Week 17  10am, 5pm, 11pm; 4/26 2am, 11:30am

Stories From Montana’s Future Stories from Montana’s Future: Lewis & Clark County showcases award-winning films produced by students from Helena and East Helena. The films are the result of instruction by MAPS Media Institute, which works in partnership with schools and organizations to bring media arts into the hands of Montana students.   Art for Survival tells the story of teens surviving tough times through the creative flow of art and community. Filmed and edited by students who were part of an inspiring program run by Helena’s Holter Museum of Art.  East is a film that follows a day in the life of three teens from East Helena, MT, in a story about a sense of place, hard times, and the bonds of friendship. Written and filmed in just four days by young artists from East Helena, this was a collaboration between MAPS and The Myrna Loy in Helena. Airs 4/1 7pm; 4/4 10:30am; 4/5 2:30am; 4/14 12pm

Paradise and Purgatory: Hemingway of the L Bar T and St. V’s  Ernest Hemingway spent the summer and fall of 1930 hunting and fishing at the L Bar T, a dude ranch twelve miles south of Cooke City, MT. Although his vacation was initially a great success, it nearly ended in tragedy. Airs 4/1 7:30pm; 4/9 4am; 4/11 10:30am; 4/14 12:30pm

Class C: the Only Game in Town  The mall is 234 miles away. You have thrown 10,000 three-point shots on the dirt court behind the barn. You drive a backhoe after practice to support the family business. And you are a sixteen-year-old girl. Welcome to Class C. 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 4/12 2:30am

Live From Home: A Montana Music Home Video Special  Montana musicians perform in many genres and with many instruments. During this COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing and stay-at-home orders, we’ve asked Montana musicians to record a song and share it with us from the comfort of their own home. John Floridis, host of Montana Public Radio program Musician’s Spotlight, hosts this series. Airs 4/15 7pm; 4/17 10:11pm; 4/19 2:30am; 4/27 2:05pm

Be Thou Always As a Guest  Bill Ohrmann was a rancher from Drummond, Montana, who took up painting at the age of 78. He passed away in 2014 at 95, having completed more than 200 paintings and many sculptures and carvings. His work, which can be seen at the Ohrmann Museum and Gallery in Drummond, includes beautiful and sometimes graphic illustrations of our disregard for the earth and her many creatures. Airs 4/18 10:30am The Hard Way  The Hard Way is an uplifting story about the human drive to continue doing what we love late into life. At 89, Bob Hayes still ran nearly every day. “I don’t need to do things the easy way, I need to do things the hard way because I have the time and it keeps me in shape,” Hayes said. When he’s not running, he’s cutting his own firewood by hand, hauling hay to his cattle or tapping his maple tree for syrup. After caring for his wife who died from Alzheimer’s Disease, Bob Hayes forges ahead and continues his active and engaged approach to life. The Hard Way follows Bob as he trains for the Bighorn 50k ultramarathon. As Bob pushes 90, longer races take a larger toll. This documentary takes us on a journey that’s about more than running. Bob teaches us about living a life with purpose and momentum. Airs 4/25 10:30am; 4/26 2:30am; 4/29 7:30pm

Business: Made in Montana  Business: Made in Montana is a student-produced program that profiles companies that create products in Big Sky Country and do business around the state, the country and the world. Airs 4/29 7pm

Montana AG Live Montana Nursery & Landscape Association  Whether it’s a shelter belt, a truck garden, some planting beds and a lawn, or just your little patch of peaceful green, even basic questions about horticulture and landscape planning can be a challenge. Airs 4/11 11am

Grown and Made in Montana  Montana produces a variety of raw materials and consumer goods. Timber and mining have been a significant part of our economy for a century and a half. Montana’s cattle production enjoys the reputation of begin among the best in the world, and the grains and cereals we grow in Montana end up on dinner tables in Asia and in beer in Mexico, to name just two examples. But, what happens when consumer demand shifts, or economic and environmental conditions change? How do producers adapt and expand, cultivating new products and accessing new markets? Airs 4/11 6pm; 4/18 11am Emerald Ash Borer  Ash trees are one of the most valuable and abundant woodland trees in North America, and are very popular for landscaping. The bright metallic-green beetle is smaller than a dime, but it can kill healthy trees—small ones in a year or two— but no more than four years for mature ash trees. Although it’s not been seen in Montana yet, the insect has been found in nearby states and provinces. Airs 4/18 6pm; 4/25 11am Sustainable Ranch Management  The Dan Scott Ranch Management Program, part of MSU’s Department of Animal & Range Sciences, is the preeminent ranch management program in the Northern Great Plains and Intermountain West. This program offers students the opportunity to spend two consecutive summers on a working ranch, connecting academic course work with the real-life issues faced by the next generations of ranch managers. Airs 4/25 6pm; 4/25 6pm; 5/2 11am


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11th & Grant with Eric Funk: Gregory Young & Friends Gregory

Rockets, Peaks and Poets  Visit the Big Sky Rocketry Association

Young, principal clarinetist with the Montana Ballet Company and the Intermountain Opera Orchestras, shares a diverse classical repertoire on the stage of 11th & Grant, with works by Prokoviev, Mozart, and originals by Young. A cast of renowned Montana musicians accompany him on violin, viola, cello, percussion, and piano. Airs 4/8 7pm; 4/10 10pm

and watch their launch event near Twin Bridges and then explore a geologic curiosity near Sunburst called “Jerusalem Peaks.” Finally, get to know Dixon poet Victor Charlo. Airs 4/17 5pm

Backroads of Montana Capitol Rock & Community Folk  Stops include Easter services at the Serbian Orthodox Church in Butte, a profile of the mayor of Alberton, who also runs the junkyard, a visit to Troy’s music venue, the Hot Club Coffee House, and a stop at the nation’s least-visited national landmark Capitol Rock. Airs 4/3 5pm

News, Brews and Views  Visit a beer museum in Polson, spend time with the radio voice of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation KGVA, visit Montana’s smallest state park and meet a Three Forks man who collects artifacts and stories for his newspaper column. Airs 4/7 5:30am

Places of Note  We remember the legendary Ozark Club in Great Falls, visit the Ringing Rocks geological site near Pipestone, profile the fabled Butte entertainer “Luigi” and more. Airs 4/10 5pm

Harlo to Huntley  Attend the annual threshing bee in Huntley and then get to know the Harlo Theatre in Harlowton where students run everything from popcorn sales to projectors, proving there’s more to this little theatre than box office returns. In Grass Range, a group of folks come from miles around once a month for a sense of community and nostalgia—and because they love to dance. Airs 4/14 5:30am

Coffee Creek to Haugan  Travel to Coffee Creek for a stop at the only business in town, Nemec’s Parts and Repair. Then, visit the small town of Haugan to visit the Savenac Historic Tree Nursery, one of the oldest U.S. Forest Service nurseries in the West. Sample a slice of one of the best pizzas in the world in Bigfork and wind up at the Nevada City Music Hall to listen to the largest public collection of automated music machines in North America. Airs 4/21 5:30am

Comin’ Round the Mountain  Meet a man who’s returned to Glacier National Park to sign on for a new job. Watch spring warmth transform a mountain snowpack, trace the history of Chinese immigrants in small-town Montana and more. Airs 4/24 5pm

Singing in the Wires  The 50 students at Greenfield School in Fairfield are energetic and bright. One reason for their success is a tasty lunch program. Spend a day with Lunch Lady Salley Young as she prepares a special meal that’s 100 percent Montana made. In Kalispell, enter the world of antique phones, with a man whose collecting began with his career as an installer with the phone company. Veer off the road to some of Montana’s beautiful lakes and ponds to observe the springtime ritual of birds’ courtship dances. And meet a man in Fort Benton whose skill in crafting musical instruments is only surpassed by his generous spirit. Airs 4/28 5:30am

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Students Sylvia Schell, Evan Wright and Tara Atkins in a scene from the film “EAST”. The film was written, directed, filmed, and edited by students from East Helena, Montana in just a few days, in collaboration with MAPS Media Institute.

Stories from Montana’s Future: Lewis & Clark County THURSDAY APRIL 1 7PM Also 4/4 10:30am; 4/5 2:30am; 4/14 noon

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LEARN AT HOME Monday–Friday Noon–2:30 pm   MontanaPBS is airing the following Montana-made and local-interest programming in the Learn at Home schedule. Hands On History  Ten Montana middle-school students learn how to make history come alive. They spend a week in Virginia City learning fun, hands-on activities. The students find new ways to learn about historical architecture, restoration and much more. The kids share activities any student can try in their own hometown. Airs 4/2 12pm

modern indigenous perspectives on these great wilderness areas and explores both the cultural divide that separates modern times from the not-so-distant past and recent efforts by the National Park Service and native peoples to bring these disparate visions into greater harmony. Airs 4/9 12pm

Weekday CurriculumRelated Programming 6:30 am

Science, STEM

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Science, STEM

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History, Social Emotional Learning

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STEM

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Literacy & Math

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The Beef Trail: A Pioneering Montana Ski Area  The little-known story of the

10:00 am

Arts & Humanities, Creativity

an offshoot of the Oregon Trail, a shortcut to the newly discovered gold fields of Montana Territory. Pioneered by John Bozeman and others beginning in 1863, the Bozeman Trail cut through the heart of Indian country. It became a flash point for a clash of cultures that would explode into warfare, destruction and tragedy. Set against a backdrop of the sprawling western plains and stunning Rocky Mountains, the Bozeman Trail tells a different story of U.S. western expansion and manifest destiny. Airs 4/7 12pm

Butte Ski Club and its once-popular ski area, the “Beef Trail,” created by volunteers, many of them miners, in 1938. A number of innovative ideas and technologies pioneered by early members of the Butte Ski Club were later adapted by some of the West’s more popular ski areas. This documentary brings us vintage movie footage, old photos and great stories from skiers who remember skiing the Beef. Airs 4/23 12pm

“How-To” programs, including exercise & health, cooking & crafts, travel & culture. Take a Learn at Home lunch break with MontanaPBS.

Wild by Law and Nature: Montana’s Wilderness Study Areas  The Montana

devastating invasive species in the world was detected in a handful of Montana waterbodies for the first time. The evidence of non-native mussel larvae in Tiber and Canyon Ferry reservoirs prompted a statewide emergency response as stakeholders rushed to combat the aquatic enemy. Invasive zebra and quagga mussels, which are native to eastern Europe, have already wreaked havoc on the Great Lakes and spread throughout the majority of the U.S., except for Wyoming, Idaho, Washington and Oregon. The tiny invasive species can inflict colossal destruction and scientists and lawmakers agree that an infestation of zebra or quagga mussels is the single greatest threat to Montana’s lakes and rivers. Airs 4/23 1:30pm

C. M. Russell and the American West: My Medicine is Strong Now  Charles M. Russell’s art expands in technique, color, storytelling and value. The American Indian point of view often dominates his canvases while he helps Hollywood build the myth of the West on film. Airs 4/6 2pm

The Bozeman Trail  The Bozeman Trail was

Wilderness Study Act of 1977 established 9 federally protected Wilderness Study Areas in Montana to be evaluated for potential permanent wilderness designation and inclusion in the National Wilderness Preservation System. Forty years later, the fate of these federally protected areas remains in political limbo as wilderness and multiple-use advocates spar over the management, use and future of nearly 663,000 acres of public lands. Airs 4/7 1:30pm

Before There Were Parks: Yellowstone and Glacier Through Native Eyes  For more than 12,000 years, the intermountain West’s native peoples have called the lands known as Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks “home.” This program explores

Badger Creek  Badger Creek is a portrait of Native resilience as seen through a year in the life of three generations of a Blackfeet family living on the rez in Montana. The Mombergs are a loving family who run a successful ranch, live a traditional wordview and are re-learning their language. Airs 4/16 12pm

The Rundown with Beth Saboe: Enemy On Our Shores  In 2016, one of the most

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Social Studies STEM Arts & Humanities

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Literacy

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Social Studies

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STEM

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Social Emotional Learning

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Math

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PreK–3 Social Studies Grades 4–8 STEM Grades 4–8 Arts & Humanities Grades 4–8


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

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The Day World News 10:00 WORLD NOVA: Mystery Beneath the Ice 9:30 WORLD BBC TV-G

Thomas E. Ricks

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 American Experience: The Blinding of

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11:00 WORLD Climate Change: The Facts TV-PG

Isaac Woodard NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Baseball: Our Game 3:00 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Aliko Dangote 3:30 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Melinda Gates 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Louisville 2021 hr 2 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E V E N I N G

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

Change: The Facts

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7:00 MT Stories from Montana’s Future “Lewis & Clark County” A sense of place, survival, art, friendship: award-winning films by Helena-area teenagers. TV-G 4   P. 4 7:00 WORLD Extinction:

The Facts TV-14

7:30 MT Paradise and Purgatory: Hemingway of the L Bar T and St. V’s Ernest Hemingway spent the summer and fall of 1930 hunting and fishing at the L Bar T, a dude ranch twelve miles south of Cooke City, MT. Although his vacation was initially a great success, it nearly ended in tragedy. 4   P. 4

8:00 A Place to Call Home “The Welcome Mat” Sarah takes up new lodgings at a boarding house, but the nosy landlady may make her regret the decision. A riding accident devastates Anna and brings back painful memories for Sarah. Meanwhile, Olivia receives welcome news. TV-PG

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NewsHour

9:00 Unforgotten Season 2 On Masterpiece “Episode 3” Tessa, Sara, Colin and Marion each have a motive, but also an alibi. Cassie has a revelation. TV-14

11:00 Amanpour and Company

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AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: Republicanism vs.

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MDNT WORLD Extinction:

The Facts

12:30 NHK Newsline

1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: Gnome and Away 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 Climate Change: The Facts 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 And The Floods Came 3:00 WORLD Georgia O’Keeffe: A Woman On Paper 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Closed Quarters 4:00 Storm Over The Atlantic 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Can the Brain Explain Art? 5:00 Great Performances: Movies for Grownups Awards with AARP The Magazine 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

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

Lens: ACORN and the Firestorm TV-PG

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 American Masters “Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story” Explore the groundbreaking career of master trumpeter and The Tonight Show bandleader Doc Severinsen. TV-14 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour 9:00 WORLD DW The Day

9:30 Beyond The Canvas “The Greats” Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, filmmaker Sir David Attenborough discuss achieving excellence. TV-PG

Sofia Helin as Crown Princess Martha and Kyle MacLachlan as President Franklin D. Roosevelt

Atlantic Crossing Masterpiece

SUNDAYS AT 9PM

A princess steals the heart of the president of the United States in an epic drama based on the World War II relationship of Franklin Roosevelt and Norwegian Crown Princess Martha. Kyle MacLachlan stars as Roosevelt, opposite Swedish star Sofia Helin as the beautiful Martha, who flees the Nazis with her three young children and lives under Roosevelt’s protection.

The Attack APRIL 4  9PM  Also 4/6 2am

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COURTESY OF MASTERPIECE

World News

A year after visiting the U.S., the Norwegian prince and crown princess must flee a Nazi invasion.

The Throne APRIL 11  9PM  Also 4/13 2am

Martha and her children take refuge in Sweden, but a Nazi threat still looms.

Crossing the Atlantic APRIL 18  9PM  Also 4/20 2am

President Roosevelt extends a special invitation to Martha and her children.

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Martha is pressured to exploit her friendship with the president.


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Emerald ash borer damage.

Montana AG Live SUNDAYS AT 6PM

Presented by MontanaPBS in association with Montana State University Extension, Montana AG Live invites experts onto the panel to discuss everything from pesticide use and large-scale agricultural techniques to backyard gardening questions and even which mushroom to pick in the woods.

Grown and Made in Montana APRIL 11  6PM  Also 4/18 11am

Emerald Ash Borer APRIL 18  6PM  Also 4/25 11am

Sustainable Ranch Management APRIL 25  6PM  Also 5/2 11am PHOTO BY LAURIE KERZICNIK

Emerald ash borer adult.

3:00 WORLD Roadtrip

10:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD Independent

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What Lies Upstream TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G 11:30 WORLD Independent

Lens: ACORN and the Firestorm TV-PG

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A M EA R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi:

Uzbekistan 12:30 The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Bill Gates 1:00 Fake: Searching for Truth in the Age of Misinformation 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Great Indian Railway Journeys: Amritsar to Shimla 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Washington Week

Nation: A Single Mom’s Story 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House: Return to Dorchester 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion with Joan Lunden: Parkinson’s Disease 4:30 Ask This Old House: Power Washing, Deck Lights 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga: Animal Poses 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 ING

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Easter” Raina hosts the annual Easter show surrounded by flowers, plants and evergreen entertainment. TV-G 6:00 WORLD American

Experience: The Blinding of Isaac Woodard TV-PG

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “A Hair of the Blonde That Bit You” TV-PG

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

ReFramed: The Place That Makes Us

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “Eight Men Out” A dramatization of the Black Sox scandal when the underpaid Chicago White Sox accepted bribes to deliberately lose the 1919 World Series. TV-PG 9:30 WORLD Return:

Native American Women Reclaim Foodways for Health & Spirit

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10:00 WORLD American

Experience: The Blinding of Isaac Woodard TV-PG

1 0:03 Austin City Limits “Brandi Carlile” The Seattle singer-songwriter performs highlights from her album “By the Way, I Forgive You.” TV-PG

11:04 Ireland In Music


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

ReFramed: The Place That Makes Us 1:00 Unforgotten Season 2 on Masterpiece: Episode 3 1:30 WORLD Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways for Health & Spirit 2:00 WORLD Emma Goldman: American Experience: Emma Goldman 2:30 Off The Beaten Track with Kate Humble 3:00 Rick Steves European Easter 3:00 WORLD Forgotten Fame: The Marion Miley Story 4:00 Finding Your Roots: Freedom Tales 4:00 WORLD On Story: A Conversation with Gina Prince-Bythewood 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: Pura Vida, Costa Rica 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M A F T E R N O O N / E V E N IN G

3:00 Great Lighthouses of Ireland The story of Wexford’s historic Hook Head, the country’s very first lighthouse, is highlighted. TV-G 3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: The Place That Makes Us

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8:00 My Grandparents’ War “Helena Bonham Carter” Actress Helena Bonham Carter explores the heroism of her grandparents during World War II. TV-PG

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9:00 Atlantic Crossing on Masterpiece “Episode 1” A year after visiting President Roosevelt, Norwegian Crown Princess Martha must flee the Nazis. TV-PG

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Your Roots:

Freedom Tales TV-PG

“Episode 1” When war breaks out, young translator Harry vows to help his Polish lover Kasia flee Warsaw. TV-14-V

10:00 WORLD Nature:

Hippos: Africa’s River Giants TV-PG

11:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Apr 4: 67th Legislature, Week 14” Be Announced

11:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Transformers” The world-renowned pianist, conductor and activist Daniel Barenboim is dedicated to making real change in the world through music. In the songs of Tift Merritt, the stuff of everyday life is ripe for the picking. For the interdisciplinary artist Vivek Shraya, creativity is at the heart of self-discovery. TV-PG

4:30 WORLD Return:

Native American Women Reclaim Foodways for Health & Spirit

TV-PG

5:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Apr 4: 67th Legislature, Week 14” 5:00 WORLD The

David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Jack Nicklaus TV-G

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 WORLD The

David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: John Rogers

TV-G

6:00 Rick Steves European Easter Rick celebrates this 2,000-year-old story in a variety of cultures in Spain, Slovenia and Greece. TV-G 6:00 WORLD Nature:

Hippos: Africa’s River Giants TV-PG

7:00 Find It, Fix It, Drive It Henry and Sam restore a classic American pickup truck with a custom ‘rat rod’ finish. TV-PG

7:00 WORLD To

Be Announced

MONDAY

APRIL 5

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt A Place to Call Home: The Welcome Mat MDNT WORLD To

Be Announced

1:00 Austin City Limits: Brandi Carlile 1:00 WORLD Finding

6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD AfroPop:

The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

7:00 Hemingway “A Writer (1899-1929)” Ernest Hemingway volunteers for the Red Cross during World War I and publishes his first two novels. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 3 South: Sustained Outrage

TV-PG

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Easter Masterclass” Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood showcase hot cross buns, simmel cake and more great Easter recipes. TV-PG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

7:00 WORLD Reel

1 0:00 World On Fire on Masterpiece

11:00 WORLD To

P M E VE NI NG

Your Roots:

Freedom Tales 2:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report:

Apr 4: 67th Legislature, Week 14 2:00 WORLD Finding Your Roots: Freedom Tales 2:30 MT Stories from Montana’s Future: Lewis & Clark County 3:00 American Masters: Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story 3:00 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Jack Nicklaus 3:30 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: John Rogers 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 Beyond The Canvas: The Greats 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith 5:00 Song of the Mountains: Etsu Old Time Ramblers / Amanda Cook Band 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

7:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Chance

TV-PG

8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Hemingway “A Writer (1899-1929)” Ernest Hemingway volunteers for the Red Cross during World War I and publishes his first two novels. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 3

9:00 WORLD DW

The Day World News 10:00 WORLD Connected: A Search for Unity: We Are Blood 9:30 WORLD BBC

11:00 BBC World News 11:00 WORLD AfroPop:

The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

11:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan “Katori Hall, Playwright” Playwright Katori Hallshares how she creates complex characters during a meal of Jamaican dishes. TV-G

TUESDAY

APRIL 6

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Samantha Brown’s Places to Love MDNT WORLD Reel

South: Sustained Outrage

12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Chance

1:00 My Grandparents’ War:

Helena Bonham Carter NewsHour 2:00 Atlantic Crossing on Masterpiece: Episode 1 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 World On Fire on Masterpiece: Episode 1 3:00 WORLD Forgotten Fame: The Marion Miley Story 4:00 Find It, Fix It, Drive It 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 The Legacy List with Matt Paxton: Don’t Go in the Basement / Morristown, NJ 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 1:00 WORLD PBS

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

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10

HD & World Channels The Dr. Edith Eva Eger Story TV-14 NewsHour

P M E VE N I N G

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

8:00 WORLD PBS

6:00 PBS NewsHour

9:00 Hemingway “The Blank Page (1944-

6:00 WORLD America

1961)” Ernest Hemingway publishes The Old Man and the Sea and is overcome by a declining mental condition.

ReFramed: Tutwiler

7:00 Hemingway “The Avatar (1929-1944)” Ernest Hemingway reports on the Spanish Civil War and begins a stormy romance with Martha Gellhorn. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 3 7:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: Out of State

TV-PG

8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Hemingway “The Avatar (1929-1944)” Ernest Hemingway reports on the Spanish Civil War and begins a stormy romance with Martha Gellhorn. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 3 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 10:00 WORLD America ReFramed: Tutwiler

TV-PG

The Day 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 10:00 WORLD Butterfly Town, USA TV-G 10:30 WORLD I Danced for the Angel of Death: The Dr. Edith Eva Eger Story   TV-14

11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “Cruising Canada: Ottawa and the Rideau Canal” Joseph begins his Rideau Canal journey in Ottawa where he explores neighborhoods and landmarks. TV-G 11:30 WORLD Independent

Lens: A Day in the Life of America/American Nomads TV-14-L

11:00 BBC World News 11:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: Out of State

TV-PG

11:30 MotorWeek The 2021 Audi S4 Prestige and the 2021 Ram 1500 TRX are road tested. TV-G

WEDNESDAY

APRIL 7

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

First: A Home for the Homeless 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Hemingway: A Writer (1899-1929) 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 That Way Madness Lies... 3:00 WORLD Roadtrip Nation: A Single Mom’s Story 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 The Unforgettable Augustus Post 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Woodworker 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: News, Brews and Views 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E VE N I N G

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

Lens: A Day in the Life of America: American Nomads TV-14-L

6:00 PBS NewsHour 7:00 Hemingway “The Blank Page (19441961)” Ernest Hemingway publishes The Old Man and the Sea and is overcome by a declining mental condition. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 3

7:00 WORLD I

Danced for the Angel of Death:

4   S TO RY, P. 3

9:00 WORLD DW

THURSDAY AM mdnt 12:30 1:00

APRIL 8

EAR LY MORNI NG

Story in the Public Square: Amy Bruni NHK Newsline Hemingway: The Avatar (1929-1944) 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Baseball: Something Like a War 3:00 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Jack Nicklaus 3:30 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: John Rogers 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 I Danced for the Angel of Death: The Dr. Edith Eva Eger Story 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EV EN IN G

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD H20:

The Molecule That Made Us: Civilizations TV-PG

7:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk “Gregory Young & Friends” Gregory Young shares a diverse classical repertoire featuring renowned Montana musicians. TV-G 4   S EE , P. 5 7:00 WORLD H20:

The Molecule That Made Us: Crisis TV-14

8:00 A Place to Call Home “Truth Will Out” Sarah arrives at her first day on the job only to face questions from Dr. Jack Duncan about her real name. Deeply offended by the invasion of her privacy, Sarah resolves to leave Inverness. TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Unforgotten Season 3 on Masterpiece “Episode One” Cassie and Sunny work to identify human remains found buried near a London motorway. TV-14 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD H20: The Molecule That Made Us:

Pulse TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD H20: The Molecule That Made Us:

Civilizations TV-PG

11:30 Call to Remember Holocaust survivor David Schaecter takes viewers on an emotional journey through his life story. TV-PG

FRIDAY

APRIL 9

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: The Strongman in the USA MDNT WORLD H20:

The Molecule That Made Us: Crisis 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: A Hair of the Blonde That Bit You 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 Hemingway: The Blank Page (1944-1961) 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD Reel South: Sustained Outrage 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Chance 4:00 MT Paradise and Purgatory: Hemingway of the L Bar T and St. V’s 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 Into The Wild: Edison, Ford & Friends 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Can Art Clarify the Mind-Body Problem? 5:00 Great Lighthouses of Ireland 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 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 Hemingway:

A Writer (1899-1929)

TV-PG

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover


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

 PLEDGE PROGRAM   MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS

11

8:00 American Masters “Oliver Sacks: His Own Life” Dive into the life and work of the legendary neurologist and beloved author Oliver Sacks. TV-M A 8:00 WORLD PBS

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

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

Lens: Look & See: Wendell Berry’s Kentucky TV-G

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

A Writer (1899-1929)

TV-PG

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

SATURDAY

APRIL 10

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi: Carnival

in the Guadeloupe Islands Part 1

12:30 The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer

Conversations: Melinda Gates

1:00 When My Time Comes 1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

2:00 Great Indian Railway Journeys:

Jodhpur to Delhi

2:00 WORLD Amanpour

and Company

3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Community

First: A Home for the Homeless 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House: 3 Decker Heaven 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion with Joan Lunden: The Cancer Spouse 4:30 Ask This Old House: Move Baseboard, Cooler Bench 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga: Special: Hemorrhoids 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 V E N I N G

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “The New York Show” Big Tiny Little hosts. “Manhattan,” “Galway Bay” and “The Sidewalks of New York” are showcased. TV-G

6:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: Out of State

TV-PG

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “A White Sweater and a Solicitor’s Letter” TV-PG 7:00 WORLD Toni

Morrison: American Masters: The Pieces I Am TV-14

7:30 Still Open All Hours TV-G

COURTESY OF WILL STEENKAMP / © INTO NATURE PRODUCTIONS

Leopard mother Olimba looks up at her boys, who romp in the hollow of a tree offscreen. Zambia, Africa.

The Leopard Legacy Nature

WEDNESDAY APRIL, 14  7PM WORLD  4/18 6pm, 10pm; 4/19 6am

Follow the story of a leopard mother as she raises her cubs near the Luangwa River, facing a constant battle to hunt successfully, defend her territory and protect her cubs against enemies.

Sharks of Hawaii

Nature

WEDNESDAY APRIL, 21  7PM WORLD  4/25 6pm, 10pm; 4/26 6am

Learn surprising facts about the sharks that call the warm waters near Hawaii’s islands their home. Meet the White Tip Reef shark, Whale shark, Tiger shark and more.


12

HD & World Channels

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “The Harder They Fall (1956)” Downon-his-luck ex-sportswriter Eddie Willis is hired by shady fight promoter Nick Benko to promote his latest find, an unknown but easily exploitable phenom from Argentina. TV-PG 9:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: Decade of

Fire TV-PG

1 0:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk “Gregory Young & Friends” Gregory Young shares a diverse classical repertoire featuring renowned Montana musicians. TV-G 10:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: Out of State

TV-PG

11:00 Austin City Limits “Janelle Monae” Progressive R&B maverick Janelle Monae performs songs from her acclaimed LP Dirty Computer. TV-M 11:00 WORLD Toni

Morrison: American Masters: The Pieces I Am TV-14

SUNDAY

APRIL 11

A M EA R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Jamestown 1:00 Unforgotten Season 3 on Masterpiece:

Episode 1 1:00 WORLD Independent Lens: Decade of Fire 2:00 100 Days, Drinks, Dishes and Destinations 2:00 WORLD Connected: A Search for Unity: We Are Blood 2:30 Off The Beaten Track with Kate Humble 3:00 The Living Dream: 100 Years of Rocky Mountain National Park 3:00 WORLD AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange 4:00 WORLD On Story: A Conversation with Akiva Goldsman 4:30 Into The Wild: Edison, Ford & Friends 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: Mighty Micros 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M A FT E R N O O N / E V E N I N G

3:00 Great Lighthouses of Ireland Ireland’s lighthouse engineers and builders used great ingenuity to achieve what seemed impossible. TV-G 3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Tutwiler

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Masterclass 3” Get Paul and Mary’s tips for biscuits and pastry. Mary shares recipes for ginger spiced traybake. TVPG

4:00 WORLD Independent TV-PG

Lens: Out of State

5:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Apr 11: 67th Legislature, Week 15” 5:00 WORLD The

David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Renee Fleming TV-G

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 WORLD The

David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Ken Griffin TV-G

6:00 MT Montana AG Live “Grown and Made In Montana” Developing new agriculture products for Montana—it’s not easy. TV-G 6:00 WORLD When

My Time Comes TV-PG

7:00 Find It, Fix It, Drive It Henry and Sam love their tractors and decide to enter a ploughing competition, which means they need to buy a vintage tractor and plough combo. TV-PG 7:00 WORLD To

Be Announced

8:00 My Grandparents’ War “Mark Rylance” Actor Mark Rylance explores the extraordinary story of his grandfather during World War II. TV-PG-L 4  S TO RY, B ACK COV ER

8:00 WORLD To

“Episode 2” Prince Olav and the King plan their escape and Martha takes refuge with her Swedish royal relatives. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 7 Your Roots: Slave Trade

TV-PG

1 0:00 World On Fire on Masterpiece “Episode Two” Warsaw is destroyed and Harry is desperate for news, while Kasia joins the Polish resistance. TV-14-V 10:00 WORLD When

My Time Comes TV-PG

11:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Apr 11: 67th Legislature, Week 15” 11:00 WORLD To

11:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Pioneering Spirits?” Daniel Libeskind believes that architecture is an act of optimism and of selflessness. The composer Missy Mazzoli is a trailblazer—undeterred by obstacles, undaunted by the salacious. For more than seven decades, the photographer Elliott Erwitt has been lauded for his humor and visual wit. TV-PG

APRIL 12

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt A Place to Call Home: Truth Will Out MDNT WORLD To

Be Announced 1:00 Austin City Limits: Janelle Monae 1:00 WORLD Finding Your Roots: Slave Trade 2:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report: Apr 11:

67th Legislature, Week 15

3:00 WORLD The

David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Renee Fleming 3:30 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Ken Griffin 4:00 Ancient Skies: Gods and Monsters 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith 5:00 Song of the Mountains: H.B. Beverly/ Highland Travelers 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 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 AfroPop:

The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Vintage Las Vegas 2021 hr 1” TV-G 7:00 WORLD Reel

South: Unmarked TV-PG from the Stage: Up Close and Personal

7:30 WORLD Stories

“We Are Family / Dorchester, MA” A woman clears out a house overflowing with mementos that tell her family’s long history of activism. TV-G 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Independent Lens “Down a Dark Stairwell” A Chinese American cop kills an innocent Black man in the stairwell of a Brooklyn housing project. TV-14-VL

9:00 WORLD DW

The Day World News 10:00 WORLD Connected: A Search for Unity: The Goodlands 9:30 WORLD BBC

1 0:30 BBC World News

Be Announced

MONDAY

Your Roots: Slave Trade

2:30 MT Class C: The Only Game In Town

8:00 The Legacy List with Matt Paxton

Be Announced

9:00 Atlantic Crossing on Masterpiece

9:00 WORLD Finding

2:00 WORLD Finding

11:00 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD AfroPop:

The Ultimate Cultural

Exchange

TUESDAY

APRIL 13

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Samantha Brown’s Places to Love MDNT WORLD Reel

South: Unmarked

12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Up Close and Personal 1:00 My Grandparents’ War: Mark Rylance 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Atlantic Crossing on Masterpiece: Episode 2 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 World On Fire on Masterpiece: Episode 2 3:00 WORLD Independent Lens: Look & See: Wendell Berry’s Kentucky 4:00 Rick Steves Fascism In Europe


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

4:00 WORLD BBC

World News Insight 5:00 The Legacy List with Matt Paxton: A Whale of a Time / East Hampton, Ny 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk

 PLEDGE PROGRAM  MT MADE PROGRAM   BY MONTANAPBS    HOLIDAY PROGRAM MT MADE PLEDGE BY MONTANAPBS

13 13

4:30 WORLD Asia

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E V E N I N G

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

ReFramed: Circle Up

7:00 Finding Your Roots “The New World” Henry Louis Gates Jr. traces ancestors of actor John Lithgow and journalist Maria Hinojosa. TV-PG 7:30 WORLD POV

Shorts: In The Absence TV-PG

8:00 Ruby Ridge: American Experience The 1992 FBI siege at Ruby Ridge that helped launch the modern militia movement is examined. TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Frontline “American Insurrection” The rising threat of far-right violence in America and the attack on the Capitol are investigated. 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day World News

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

ReFramed: Circle Up

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 MotorWeek The 2021 Nissan Rogue and the 2021 Ford F150 are road tested. TV-G 11:30 WORLD POV

Shorts: In The Absence TV-PG

WEDNESDAY

APRIL 14

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

in the Arm MDNT WORLD Love Wins Over Hate 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Independent Lens: Down A Dark Stairwell 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 2:30 Abandoned in the Arctic 3:00 WORLD Independent Lens: Look & See: Wendell Berry’s Kentucky 4:00 Chihuly Fire & Light 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Glassblower 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana:

Harlo to Huntley Talk

5:40 WORLD Direct

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

COURTESY OF HISTORY MAKING PRODUCTIONS

Conductor Eugene Ormandy on Great Wall with Chinese conductor Li Delun.

Beethoven in Beijing

Great Performances FRIDAY, APRIL 16  8PM

Beethoven in Beijing spotlights the resurgence of classical music in China through the legacy of the Philadelphia Orchestra, the first American orchestra to perform in China in 1973. Following the end of China’s Cultural Revolution, when Western classical music was banned in favor of politically themed works, the onset of “Beethoven fever” began. Narrated by American and Chinese musicians and historians, the film explores the impact of the Philadelphia Orchestra’s historic tour of China both then and now.

Romeo and Juliet

Great Performances FRIDAY, APRIL 23  8PM

Experience a contemporary rendering of Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy from the National Theatre where a company of actors in a shuttered theater bring to life the timeless tale of two young lovers. Stars Josh O’Connor and Jessie Buckley. COURTESY OF SEBASTIAN NEVOLS

Jessie Buckley and Josh O’Connor.


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HD & World Channels P M E VE NI NG

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

Lens: Down A Dark Stairwell TV-PG

6:00 PBS NewsHour 7:00 Nature “The Leopard Legacy” A leopard mother faces many challenges as she raises her cubs near the Luangwa River in Africa. TV-G 4  S TO RY, P. 11

7:00 WORLD Frontline:

American Insurrection

8:00 NOVA “Picture A Scientist” TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

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

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

Degree TV-PG

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

Lens: Down a Dark Stairwell TV-PG

11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “Zambia: Bush & River Safari” Joseph visits Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park for astonishing wildlife and cultural encounters. TV-G

THURSDAY

APRIL 15

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

Sam Pollard & Bend Hedin American Insurrection 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 American Masters: Oliver Sacks: His Own Life 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Baseball: The Faith of 50 Million People 3:00 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Renee Fleming 3:30 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Ken Griffin 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Las Vegas 2021 hr 1 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk MDNT WORLD Frontline:

COURTESY OF MONTANAPBS

Andrea Harsell performs.

Live from Home: A Montana Music Home Video Special MT

THURSDAY, APRIL 15  7PM  Also 4/17 10:11pm, 4/27 2:05 pm

Montana has a wealth of musical talent. Singers, songwriters, composers, guitarists, violinists and trombonists display their virtuosity in a variety of musical styles, from rock, country, folk and americana, to Jazz and classical. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing and stay-at-home orders, live music performances have been put on hold. A dozen Montana musicians recorded a song and shared it with us from the comfort of their own homes. Featured artists include Andrea Harsell, Angella Ahn, Ashly Jane Holland, ChinookWinds, Chontay, Cove Jasmin, David Walburn and Michael Atherton, Eden Atwood, Elijah Jalil and Britt Arnesen, Halladay Quist, Josh Farmer, Matthew Marsolek, Stuart Weber, and Wylie Gustafson. Hosted by John Floridis.

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

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour 7:00 MT Live from Home: A Montana Music Home Video Special Live From Home presents more Montana musicians performing from across the state. TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 14 7:00 WORLD Death

Is But A Dream TV-G


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

8:00 A Place to Call Home “The Mona Lisa Smile” Jack gets a horrible shock while accompanying Sarah on her daily rounds. Olivia’s curiosity about her husband’s former lover grows, and Sarah begins to open up about her past after spending time with a local Jewish family. TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Unforgotten Season 3 on Masterpiece “Episode 2” The search for what happened to Hayley begins as the team travel to Middenham to meet her family. TV-14 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day 9:30 WORLD BBC World News

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 Charlotte Mansfield: A Woman Photographer Goes to War Charlotte Dee Mansfield, a photographer and photo analyst in the Women’s Army Corps, is profled. TV-G

APRIL 16

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Open Mind: Our Genes in the Pandemic MDNT WORLD Death

Is But A Dream 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: A White Sweater and a Solicitor’s Letter 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 NOVA: Picture a Scientist 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD Reel South: Unmarked 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Up Close and Personal 4:00 Julia Robinson and Hilbert’s Tenth Problem 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Can Art Engage Philosophy of Religion? 5:00 Great Lighthouses of Ireland 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

9:00 WORLD DW

NewsHour The Day

8:30 WORLD Reel

9:30 Beyond The Canvas “The Greats 2” Dolly Parton, Julie Andrews and other creative females reveal how they paved the road to success. TV-PG 9:30 WORLD BBC

World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD W.S.

Merwin: to Plant A Tree TV-PG

in the Guadeloupe Islands Part 2 12:30 Dancing to Happiness with Darcey Bussell 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Georgia O’Keeffe: A Woman On Paper 2:00 Great Indian Railway Journeys: Mysuru to Chennai 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Love Wins Over Hate 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House: House Fire Reclamation 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion with Joan Lunden: Coronavirus 4:30 Ask This Old House: Flickering Lights, Brick Stairs 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga: Lotus 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 ENI NG

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Movie Songwriters” Henry Mancini is the guest. “Moon River,” “Charade” and “Theme from the Pink Panther” are featured. TV-G

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “Why Is

Shorts: In The Absence TV-PG

Barry at An Angle” TV-PG The Avatar

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

10:00 WORLD Independent

7:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: Coded Bias

10:11 MT Live from Home: A Montana Music Home Video Special Live From Home presents more Montana musicians performing from across the state. TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 14

11:08 Austin City Limits “Billie Eilish” The pop superstar performs her hits and songs from her LP “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” TV-PG

APRIL 17

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi: Carnival

5:30 BBC World News Today

(1929-1944) TV-PG

Studio: Actors On Actors

TV-G

(1929-1944) TV-PG

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

6:30 WORLD POV

6:00 WORLD Hemingway:

TV-G

9:30 WORLD Variety

The Avatar

SATURDAY

South: Unmarked TV-PG Studio: Actors On Actors

9:00 WORLD Variety

TV-PG

P M E V E N I N G

6:00 PBS NewsHour

the Wind (1960)” Based on a real-life case in 1925, two great lawyers argue the case for and against a science teacher accused of the crime of teaching evolution. TV-PG

P. 1 3

8:00 WORLD PBS

15

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “Inherit

Beijing” Experience the international impact of the Philadelphia Orchestra’s historic 1973 trip to China. TV-G 4  S TO RY,

11:00 WORLD Hemingway:

Picture A Scientist TV-PG

FRIDAY

8:00 Great Performances “Beethoven in

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

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

 PLEDGE PROGRAM   MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS

Lens: Coded Bias

TV-PG

7:30 Still Open All Hours TV-G

11:30 WORLD Reel

South Unmarked TV-PG

SUNDAY

APRIL 18

AM E ARLY MORNI NG

MDNT WORLD America

ReFramed: Circle Up

12:05 Jamestown 1:00 Unforgotten Season 3 on Masterpiece:

Episode 2

1:30 WORLD POV

Shorts: In The Absence

2:00 100 Days, Drinks, Dishes and

Destinations

2:00 WORLD Connected:

A Search for Unity: The Goodlands 2:30 Outside: Beyond The Lens 3:00 Reel South: Gip 3:00 WORLD AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange 4:00 Finding Your Roots: The New World 4:00 WORLD On Story: A Conversation with Brenda Chapman 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: Road Trip 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M AFTE RNOON/E VE NI NG 3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Circle Up

3:08 Great Lighthouses of Ireland Momentous chapters of history witnessed by these beacons, from shipwrecks to wars, are revealed. TV-G

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Masterclass 4” A wheat-free crusty rye loaf, sweet and savory pretzels and Sussex Pond pudding are re-created. TV-PG 4:30 WORLD POV

Shorts: In The Absence TV-PG


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HD & World Channels

5:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Apr 18: 67th Legislature, Week 16” 5:00 WORLD The

David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Jearn Liu

TV-G

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 WORLD The

David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Steve Ballmer TV-G

6:00 MT Montana AG Live “Emerald Ash Borer” Could an insect smaller than a dime eliminate ash trees from Montana’s landscapes? TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 8 6:00 WORLD Nature:

The Leopard Legacy TV-G

7:00 Find It, Fix It, Drive It Henry and Sam find the ideal vehicle for off-roading adventures: a lightweight Land Rover body wrapped around a Range Rover V8 engine and chassis. But first they must restore it. TV-PG 7:00 WORLD To

Be Announced

8:00 My Grandparents’ War “Kristin Scott Thomas” Actress Kristin Scott Thomas explores a lost chapter of her family history during World War II. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, B ACK COV ER

8:00 WORLD To

“Episode 3” Princess Martha and the children flee to America, where President Roosevelt extends an invitation. Your Roots: The New World TV-PG

1 0:00 World On Fire on Masterpiece “Episode 3” Tom faces the fight of his life aboard HMS Exeter and Harry and Lois fight a more personal battle. TV-14-V

The Leopard Legacy TV-G

11:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Apr 18: 67th Legislature, Week 16” 11:00 WORLD To

Be Announced

11:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter “The Standouts” At a young age, Ani Liu had to disguise her art as science. Now she combines them. Howard Jacobson is now a pillar of English literature and society. But this was never anything he would have predicted. Historically, repertoire for the double bass has been extremely limited. The acclaimed performer, collaborator, and composer Edgar Meyer is out to change that. TV-PG

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

The Mona Lisa Smile

2:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report:

Apr 18: 67th Legislature, Week 16 Studio: Actors On Actors

2:00 WORLD Variety

2:30 MT Live from Home: A Montana Music

Home Video Special Studio: Actors On Actors 3:00 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Jearn Liu 3:30 Sympathetic Strings: Stories of the Hardanger Fiddle 3:30 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Steve Ballmer 4:00 Ancient Skies: Finding the Center 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith 5:00 Song of the Mountains: High Fidelity / Grant Maloy Smith 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 2:30 WORLD Variety

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

12:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Do The Right Thing 1:00 My Grandparents’ War: Kristin Scott Thomas 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Atlantic Crossing on Masterpiece: Episode 3 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 World On Fire on Masterpiece: Episode 3 3:00 WORLD W.S. Merwin: to Plant A Tree 4:00 Jewish American Soldiers: Stories from WWII 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 The Legacy List with Matt Paxton: Anne Manley / Richmond, VA 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 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 America

the Inside” Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the family trees of comedians Lewis Black and Roy Wood, Jr. TV-PG

PM EV EN ING

6:00 PBS NewsHour

7:00 WORLD Rebels

6:00 WORLD AfroPop:

The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

mounts a campaign to become District Attorney, running on a pledge to change the criminal justice system from within.

APRIL 19

7:00 WORLD Reel

7:30 WORLD Stories

8:00 American Experience “American Oz” The life of author L. Frank Baum, the man behind The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, is explored. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 1 7

4   S TO RY, P. 19 8:00 WORLD PBS

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

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

8:00 WORLD PBS

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

11:00 WORLD Rebels

the 2021 Cadillac Escalade are driven.

A Search for Unity The County That Built The Country

TV-G

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

The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

11:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan “Erik Weihenmayer, Athlete” Erik Weihenmayer of the non-profit No Barriers was the first blind man to ever summit Mount Everest TV-G

APRIL 20

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

South: Lumpkin, GA

12:30 NHK Newsline

with a Cause TV-G

11:30 MotorWeek The 2021 Karma GS-6 and

10:00 WORLD Connected:

MDNT WORLD Reel

ReFramed: Sisters Rising

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

1 0:00 BBC World News

TUESDAY

with a Cause TV-G

8:00 Philly D.A. A civil rights attorney

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Vintage Las South: Lumpkin, GA TV-PG from the Stage: Do The Right Thing

ReFramed: Sisters Rising

7:00 Finding Your Roots “Laughing on

Vegas 2021 hr 2” TV-G

4   S TO RY, P. 7

9:00 WORLD Finding

10:00 WORLD Nature:

Be Announced 1:00 Austin City Limits: Billie Eilish 1:00 WORLD Finding Your Roots: The New World

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

Be Announced

9:00 Atlantic Crossing on Masterpiece

TV-PG

MDNT WORLD To

WEDNESDAY

APRIL 21

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

Hope for the Old Continent Crow of the North 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 American Experience: American Oz 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Shifting Sands: On the Path to Sustainability 3:00 WORLD Variety Studio: Actors On Actors 3:30 WORLD Variety Studio: Actors On Actors MDNT WORLD Jim


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4:00 To The Ends of the Earth: The Natural World: Pushing Boundaries 4:00 WORLD BBC

World News World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Guitar Maker 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 4:30 WORLD GZERO

5:30 MT Backroads of Montana:

Coffee Creek to Haugan Talk

5:40 WORLD Direct

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E V E N I N G

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

Way Madness Lies... TV-PG

7:00 Nature “Sharks of Hawaii” Learn surprising facts about the sharks that call the warm waters near Hawaii’s islands their home. TV-G

8:00 NOVA “Reef Rescue” TV-G 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Critical Care: America vs. the World: PBS NewsHour Presents America’s healthcare system is examined and healthcare in four other nations are explored. 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day World News

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

Len: Bedlam TV-M

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “Easter Island: Mysteries & Myths” Joseph travels to the most remote inhabited place on earth during his Easter Island adventure. TV-G 11:30 WORLD That

Way Madness Lies... TV-PG

THURSDAY AM mdnt 12:30 1:00

APRIL 22

COURTESY OF COURTESY OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

Portrait of L. Frank Baum, circa 1908.

E A R LY M O R N I N G

Story in the Public Square: Dan Barry NHK Newsline The West Is Burning 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Troubled Waters: A Turtle’s Tale 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Baseball: A National Heirloom 3:00 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Jearn Liu 3:30 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Steve Ballmer 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Las Vegas 2021 hr 2 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

American Oz

American Experience MONDAY, APRIL 19  8PM

When L. Frank Baum published The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 1900, he was 44 years old and had spent much of his life in restless pursuit of his American dream. After working and failing at a string of odd jobs that honed his instincts for showmanship — chicken breeder, actor, marketer of petroleum products, shopkeeper, newspaperman and traveling salesman — Baum and his family headed west from their home in Syracuse, New York, in 1888. During his travels from Chicago to the Great Plains during the American frontier’s final days, he witnessed a nation coming to terms with the economic uncertainty of the Gilded Age. But he never lost his childlike sense of wonder and eventually crafted his observations into an enduring, magical tale of survival, adventure and self-discovery. American Oz tells the remarkable story of the man behind one of the most beloved and quintessential American classics, reinterpreted through the generations in films, books and musicals.


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HD & World Channels SUNDAY

P M E VE N I N G

1 0:00 BBC World News

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

10:00 WORLD Man Who Tried to Feed The World:

6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD The

West Is Burning

7:00 Greta Thunberg: A Year to Save The Planet “Episode 1 & 2” TV-PG 7:00 WORLD To

Be Announced 8:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 9:00 WORLD DW The Day 9:30 WORLD BBC World News

11:00 WORLD Hemingway:

The Blank Page

(1944-1961) TV-PG

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

SATURDAY

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

American Experience TV-14

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

Reef Rescue TV-G

APRIL 24

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi 12:30 The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer

Conversations: Jack Nicklaus

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

1:00 Forgotten Fame: The Marion Miley Story

11:00 WORLD The

1:00 WORLD PBS

West Is Burning

11:30 EcoSense for Living “3 Billion Birds” The problem of vanishing birds and how we can save the wonderful world of birds are highlighted. TV-G

FRIDAY

APRIL 23

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Open Mind: To Infinity and Beyond MDNT WORLD To

Be Announced 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 Great Performances: Beethoven in Beijing 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD Reel South: Lumpkin, GA 3:30 Touching The Sound 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Do The Right Thing 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 Design In Mind: Bunny Williams: Not a House But a Home 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Can Art Reveal God’s Traits? 5:00 Great Lighthouses of Ireland 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk

NewsHour

2:00 Great Indian Railway Journeys:

Lucknow to Kolkata and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Jim Crow of the North 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House: Urban Oasis 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion with Joan Lunden: Caregiving: The Sandwich Generation 4:30 Ask This Old House: Spring Projects: Paint, Prune, Spigots 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga: Toes & Palms Balance 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erb 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 2:00 WORLD Amanpour

of the 70’s” Great songs include “Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree” and “I Write The Songs.” TV-G 6:00 WORLD Reel

South: Mossville: When Great Trees Fall TV-14

Coming of the Beast” TV-PG Be Announced

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “Yentl”

The Blank Page

(1944-1961) TV-PG

7:00 Washington Week

A Jewish girl disguises herself as a boy to enter religious training. TV-PG 9:00 WORLD Variety

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

ReFramed: Sisters Rising

3:13 Great Lighthouses of Ireland The series finale looks towards the lighthouses’ future in the age of electronic and GPS navigation. TV-G 4:00 WORLD Reel

South: Mossville: When Great Trees Fall TV-14

“Masterclass 1” Learn from Mary how to make classic Madeira cake and frosted walnut cake. TV-PG

5:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Apr 25: 67th Legislature, Week 17” 5:00 WORLD The

David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Mark Benioff TV-G

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 WORLD The

David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Jeff Bezos

TV-G

6:00 MT Montana AG Live “Sustainable Ranch Management” Preeminent ranch management program in the Northern Great Plains and Intermountain West TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 8 6:00 WORLD Nature:

10:16 Austin City Limits “H.E.R.” The sing-

4   S TO RY, P. 1 3

3:00 WORLD America

Studio: Actors On Actors

TV-G

8:00 Great Performances “Romeo and

PG

P M AFTE RNOON/E VE NI NG

TV-G

9:30 WORLD Variety 10:00 WORLD To

8:00 WORLD PBS

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

Studio: Actors On Actors

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover Juliet” Experience a contemporary rendering of Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy from the National Theatre. TV-

South: Mossville: When Great Trees Fall 1:03 Secrets of the Dead: The Woman in the Iron Coffin 2:00 Philly D.A. 2:00 WORLD Connected: A Search for Unity: The County That Built The Country 3:00 WORLD AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange 4:00 Finding Your Roots: Laughing on the Inside 4:00 WORLD On Story: A Conversation with Kevin Willmott 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: Unique Eureka 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “The

P M E VE N I N G

6:00 WORLD Hemingway:

1:00 WORLD Reel

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Songs

7:30 Still Open All Hours TV-G

6:00 PBS NewsHour

ReFramed: Sisters Rising

12:10 Jamestown

4:02 The Great British Baking Show

PM EV EN ING

7:00 WORLD To

APRIL 25

AM E ARLY MORNI NG

MDNT WORLD America

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

5:30 BBC World News Today

Be Announced

Henry and Sam find a real rarity­—a 1960s American Centaur bike, which folds away into a suitcase. They try to bring it back to life for a once in a lifetime holiday. TV-PG

er-songwriter-multi-instrumentalist plays tracks from her self-titled album and numerous EPs. TV-PG

11:14 Kinks: Echoes of a World The Kinks’ influential 1968 album The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society is explored. TV-PG

Sharks of Hawaii TV-G

7:00 Find It, Fix It, Drive It Restorers

7:00 WORLD To

Be Announced


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Philly D.A. SERIES AIRS TUESDAYS 8PM SERIES PREMIERS TUESDAY, APRIL 20  8PM  Also 4/25 2am

In 2017, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania had one of the highest incarceration rates of any major city in the United States. And it’s become the epicenter of a historic experiment that could shape the future of prosecution in America for decades to come. When civil rights attorney Larry Krasner mounted a long-shot campaign to become District Attorney, he ran on a bold pledge: to end mass incarceration by changing the culture of the criminal justice system from within. He shocked the establishment by winning in a landslide. Now, the bureaucrats he spent his campaign denigrating are his co-workers; the police he alienated are his rank-and-file law enforcers. Pressure comes from all sides of a system resistant to reform. Krasner’s unapologetic promise to use the power of the D.A.’s office for sweeping change is what got him elected; now that he’s in office, that same stubbornness threatens to alienate those he needs to work with the most. COURTESY OF PBS.ORG

8:00 M y Grandparents’ War “Carey Mulligan” Actress Carey Mulligan travels to Japan to explore her grandfather’s experience during World War II. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, B ACK COV ER 8:00 WORLD To

Be Announced

9:00 Atlantic Crossing on Masterpiece “Episode 4” Norwegian Crown Princess Martha is pressured to exploit her friendship with President Roosevelt. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 7

9:00 WORLD Finding

Your Roots: Laughing on the Inside TV-PG

1 0:00 World On Fire on Masterpiece “Episode Four” Harry’s courage is tested at Louvain, while Kasia’s resistance activity in Warsaw intensifies. TV-14-V 10:00 WORLD Nature:

Sharks of Hawaii TV-G

11:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report “Apr 25: 67th Legislature, Week 17” 11:00 WORLD To

Be Announced

11:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Andrew Bird Concert Show” Indie rock multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird presents new songs and personal insights into his life. TV-PG

MONDAY

APRIL 26

P M E VE NI NG

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Rick Steves Egypt: Yesterday & Today

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

MDNT WORLD To

6:00 WORLD AfroPop:

Be Announced 1:00 Austin City Limits: H.E.R. 1:00 WORLD Finding Your Roots: Laughing on the Inside 2:00 MT The Rundown: Capitol Report: Apr

25: 67th Legislature, Week 17 Studio: Actors On Actors

2:00 WORLD Variety

2:30 MT The Hard Way 2:30 WORLD Variety

Studio: Actors On Actors 3:00 Farmers for America 3:00 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Mark Benioff 3:30 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Jeff Bezos 4:00 Ancient Skies: Our Place in the Universe 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

6:00 PBS NewsHour The Ultimate Cultural Exchange

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Vintage Wichita” What are Wichita treasures from 13 years ago worth today? Discover updated appraisals such as an Edward Onslow Ford bronze. TV-G 7:00 WORLD Reel

South: Divided City TV-G from the Stage: Missed Connections

7:30 WORLD Stories

8:00 Frontline “The Virus That Shook The World, pt 1” Personal video and local footage show how people and countries have responded to the pandemic. 8:00 WORLD PBS

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

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

A Search for Unity:

The River

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

The Ultimate Cultural Exchange


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HD & World Channels

11:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan “Blake Mycoskie, Founder of Toms” Blake Mycoskie, founder of TOMS shoes, defined what it means to be a “social entrepreneur.” TV-G

TUESDAY

APRIL 27

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Samantha Brown’s Places to Love MDNT WORLD Reel

South: Divided City

12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories

COURTESY OF JUAN O. RODRIGUEZ

Magaly Rodriguez and her team attend to a victim inside the emergency rescue drill. Ciales, Puerto Rico

Human: The World Within WEDNESDAYS 9PM

Explore the incredible universe inside each and every one of us. An examination of diverse personal stories from around the world reveals how our lives, passions and goals are powered by the amazing systems that define our biology as a species.

React WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28  9PM WORLD 4/29 6PM, 11PM; 4/30 7AM

from the Stage: Missed Connections 1:00 My Grandparents’ War: Carey Mulligan 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Atlantic Crossing on Masterpiece: Episode 4 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 World On Fire on Masterpiece: Episode 4 3:00 WORLD Man Who Tried to Feed The World: American Experience 4:00 Company of Heroes 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 The Legacy List with Matt Paxton: Lenis Northmore / Newark, DE 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk

Through the lens of a boxer, a first responder, a cell tower climber and a man with a bionic limb, go deep into the universe of the most powerful machine on earth: the human brain and the vast nervous system it controls.

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

Pulse

6:00 PBS NewsHour

WEDNESDAY, MAY 5  9PM

See the world beneath the human heartbeat that makes our craziest feats possible and connects us.

COURTESY OF SEAN BOGGS

Kitty Calhoun mid-climb up a frozen ice face. Ouray, Colorado.

EPISODES COMING IN MAY AND JUNE:

Fuel  5/12 Depend  5/19 Sense  5/26 Birth  6/2

P M E VE NI NG

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

ReFramed Jaddoland

7:00 Finding Your Roots “On Broadway” The family histories of Broadway stars Audra MacDonald and Mandy Patinkin are investigated. TV-PG 7:00 WORLD Reel

South: A Texas Myth TV-PG

8:00 Philly D.A. A civil rights attorney mounts a campaign to become District Attorney, running on a pledge to change the criminal justice system from within. 4   S TO RY, P. 19 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Frontline “The Virus That Shook The World, pt 2” Personal video and local footage show people around the world living through the Covid-19 pandemic. 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day World News

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

ReFramed: Jaddoland

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

South: A Texas Myth TV-PG


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

THURSDAY

11:30 MotorWeek The 2022 Acura MDX and the 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat are featured. TV-G

WEDNESDAY

APRIL 28

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

Anne-Marie Slaughter Radical 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Frontline: The Virus That Shook the World, pt 1 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Hippocrates Cafe: Reflections on the Pandemic 3:00 WORLD Variety Studio: Actors On Actors 3:30 WORLD Variety Studio: Actors On Actors 4:00 Great Museums: Elevated Thinking: The High Line In New York City 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Stone Carver 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo MDNT WORLD Reluctant

5:30 MT Backroads of Montana:

 PLEDGE PROGRAM   MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS

APRIL 29

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Story in the Public Square: SE Cupp MDNT WORLD Frontline:

The Virus That Shook The World, pt 2 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Frontline: The Virus That Shook the World, pt 2 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Signs of the Time 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Baseball: Shadow Ball 3:00 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Mark Benioff 3:30 WORLD The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations: Jeff Bezos 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 WORLD DW Global 3000 5:05 Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Wichita 5:30 WORLD DW Focus On Europe 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EV ENI NG

Singing in the Wires 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

6:00 WORLD Human:

P M E V E N I N G

7:00 MT Business: Made in Montana

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour 7:00 Greta Thunberg: A Year to Save The Planet “Episode 1 & 2” TV-PG 7:00 WORLD Frontline:

6:00 PBS NewsHour

TV-G

7:00 WORLD Greta

Thunberg: A Year to Save the Planet: Episode 1 & 2 TV-PG

7:30 MT The Hard Way Inspirational story of 89-year old trail runner Bob Hayes, who did things the hard way.

The Virus That Shook

the World, pt 2

8:00 NOVA “Fighting for Fertility” TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

TV-G

9:00 Human “React” Examine functions of the brain, spine and nerves and explore how bodies send and receive messages. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 20 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day 9:30 WORLD BBC World News

1 0:00 BBC World News The Virus That Shook

The World, pt 1

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “Hong Kong: Asia’s World City” Joseph explores the local neighborhoods, hotels, shops and restaurants of Asia’s World City. TV-G

4   S EE , P. 4

11:30 EcoSense for Living “Wild Things Return” The progress of species whose survival depends on active conservation management are tracked. TV-G

FRIDAY

Eradicate the American Pandemic Thunberg: A Year to Save the Planet: Episode 1 & 2 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: The Coming of the Beast 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 Great Performances: Romeo and Juliet 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD Reel South: Divided City 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Missed Connections 4:00 Shakespeare’s Tomb 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Can Art and Knowledge Enhance Each Other? 5:00 Great Lighthouses of Ireland 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk MDNT WORLD Greta

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

5:30 BBC World News Today 6:00 PBS NewsHour Experience: American Oz TV-PG

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.

7:00 Washington Week

TV-PG

8:00 WORLD PBS

8:00 WORLD PBS

APRIL 30

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: When Will Vaccines

6:00 WORLD American

8:00 A Place to Call Home “Day of

NewsHour

10:00 WORLD Frontline:

React TV-PG

NewsHour

9:00 Unforgotten Season 3 on Masterpiece “Episode 3” Cassie and Sunny interview the four male occupants of the holiday home over the millennium. TV-14 9:00 WORLD DW

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 International Jazz Day: 10th Anniversary Celebration A look back at 10 years of historic International Jazz Day concerts featuring dozens of music icons. TV-G NewsHour The Day 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 9:00 WORLD DW

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

Masters: American Rebel TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

The Day 9:30 WORLD BBC World News

11:00 WORLD American

1 0:00 BBC World News

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

10:00 WORLD NOVA:

Fighting for Fertility TV-PG

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

React TV-PG

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Experience: American Oz TV-PG


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Children’s Programs Mon-Fri

AM M ON - FR I

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

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

A M S U N DAY

5:30

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

5:30 am – 7:30 am 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

6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Clifford the Big Red Dog Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Splash and Bubbles Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

4   24-HOUR CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING ON MONTANAPBS KIDS, SEE P. 24

Parental Guidelines 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.

Washington Week 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 4/4 Apr. 4, Week 14 4/11 Apr. 11, Week 15 4/18 Apr. 18, Week 16 4/25 Apr. 25, Week 17

10:30 am

Garden SMART

MT 4/4 Stories from Montana’s Future

P M M ON - FR I

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 Programs

MT 4/11 Paradise and Purgatory: Hemingway of the L Bar T and St. V’s MT 4/18  Be Thou Always a Guest MT 4/25  The Hard Way

11:00 am 11:30 am

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

Great Indian Railway Journeys

The 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

3:30 pm

Cook’s Country

4:00 pm

Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire

4:30 pm

Reconnecting Roots

5:00 pm

MT

5:30 pm

Montana Ag Live

This Old House

NOON Ask This Old House 12:30 pm

MT

4/4 Inside the Vatican

MontanaPBS Film Classics 4/4 Eight Men Out 4/11  The Harder They Fall 4/18  Inherit the Wind 4/25  Yentl

Great Lighthouses of Ireland 4/18 3:08pm 4/25  3:13pm

Backroads of Montana 4/3 Capitol Rock & Community Folk 4/10  Places of Note 4/17  Rockets, Peaks and Poets 4/24  Comin’ Round the Mountain

The Great British Baking Show

MT The Rundown: Capitol Report: 67th Legislature See 10am for episodes

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


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

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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 with Joan Lunden

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

It’s Sew Easy

Lidia’s Kitchen

11:30 am

MT  The Rundown: Capitol Report: 67th Legislature

Rudy Maxa’s World

Painting with Paulson

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Celebrations  begins 4/9

NOON

History Detectives

4/6 Baseball: The Faith of 50 Million People 4/13 Space Men: American Experience 4/20 Baseball: A National Heirloom 4/27 Baseball: Shadow Ball

12:30 pm

1:00 pm

MT   4/7 The Bozeman Trail MT   4/14 Stories from

Montana’s Future 4/21 American Experience: The Codebreaker 4/28 America’s Socialist Experiment

4/1 Rick Steves European Easter First Civilizations begins 4/8

4/2 America from the Ground Up, pt 4 4/9 America from the Ground Up, pt 5 4/16 Metal Road

MT   4/14 Paradise and Purgatory: Hemingway of the L Bar T and St. V’s

4/5 Ambassadors of the Sky 4/12 Hemingway: A Writer 4/19  A Year in Space 4/26 American Experience: American Oz

1:30 pm

4/5 American Masters: Flannery

2:00 pm

4/19 Discover The Firebird

4/13 Hemingway: The Avatar

4/14 Hemingway: The Blank Page 4/21 NOVA: Picture a Scientist 4/28 NOVA: Mystery Beneath the Ice

4/1 Storm Over the Atlantic 4/8 Ancient Skies: Gods and Monsters 4/15 Ancient Skies: Finding the Center 4/22 Turning the Tide 4/29 Great Performances: Romeo and Juliet

MT   4/7 Wild By Law and Nature: Montana’s Wilderness Study Areas MT   4/6 C. M. Russell and the American West, pt 3 4/20 Craft in America: Storytellers MT   4/27 Live from Home: A Montana Music Home Video Special, pt 3 (2:05pm)

4/7 In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl: Musicals and the Movies 4/28  Craft in America: Quilts

4/2 Hands on History MT   4/9 Before There Were Parks MT   4/16 Badger Creek MT   4/23 The Beef Trail: A Pioneering Montana Ski Area 4/30 First Language: The Race to Save Cherokee

4/2 Extinction: The Facts 4/9 The West is Burning 4/16 American Masters: Oliver Sacks EcoSense for Living  begins 4/23

MT   4/23 The Rundown with Beth Saboe 4/30 Changing Seas

4/1 Howards End on Masterpiece: Episode 3 4/8 My Survivor 4/15 Shakespeare’s Tomb 4/22 Rebels with a Cause

2:30 pm 3 pm – 5 pm  ·  Learn at Home Children’s Programs  See page 6.

4/2 Howards End on Masterpiece: Episode 4, Series Finale 4/9 Great Performances: Now Hear This: Becoming Mozart 4/23 Great Performances at the Met: Jonas Kaufmann In Concert 4/30 Touching The Sound


MontanaPBS Kids Channel

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

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 ������ 5:30 Curious George (1:30am Nature Cat) 2:00 ����*6:00 Wild Kratts 2:30 ������ 6:30 Wild Kratts 3-5:30 �� 7-9:30 *See right for 6pm-9:30pm

PHOTO COURTESY OF PBS KIDS

Weekend specials

Dinosaur Train: Adventure Island

Fri, Sat & Sun 4/2, 4/3 & 4/4 7 pm – 9:30pm Hero Elementary Marathon 9:30pm WordGirl

New Movie!

PREMIERES MONDAY, APRIL 12 10:30AM AND 4:30PM Also Airs 4/13 10:30am; 4/14 12:30pm; 4/15 9:30am; April 16-18 7pm, 8:30pm

The Pteranodon family takes the Dinosaur Train to Adventure Island, a new theme park on a volcanic island! The Conductor’s archrival Thurston is in charge: he proudly shows off the park’s amazing robot dinosaurs! When an earthquake causes the pressure to get too high, the malfunctioning robots go rogue. It’s up to Buddy, and his siblings, Tiny, Shiny and Don, to navigate across the island and reunite with their parents in this movie event.

Fri, Sat & Sun 4/9, 4/10 & 4/11 6pm Nature Cat: Ocean Commotion 7pm Wild Kratts: Back In Creature Time 8pm Odd Squad: World Turned Odd 9pm Wordgirl: The Rise of Miss Power Fri, Sat & Sun 4/16, 4/17 & 4/18 7pm Dinosaur Train: Adventure Island 8:30pm Dinosaur Train: Adventure Island Fri, Sat & Sun 4/23, 4/24 & 4/25 7pm Wild Kratts: Amazin’ Amazon Adventure 8pm Wild Kratts Alaska: Hero’s Journey 9pm Arthur 9:30pm WordGirl Fri, Sat & Sun 4/30, 5/1 & 5/2 6pm Odd Squad: Odd Beginnings 7pm Xavier Riddle and the Secret Movie 8pm – 10pm Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

Parents and Teachers PBS Kids Video App Discover the PBS KIDS Video app! The app offers full episodes on mobile and tablet devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Samsung TV and Chromecast. April is the perfect time of year to explore springtime adventures with nature-themed crafts and activities from PBS KIDS for Parents: pbs.org/parents/explore-the-outdoors

Lessons, Videos and Activities Teachers can find “anytime” resources they can use to help young learners: sharable, standards-aligned resources, for use at home, in the virtual classroom, and in school.

PBSLearningmedia.org/sel

MontanaPBS Learn at Home MontanaPBS collaborates with the Office of Public Instruction to broadcast Learn at Home programming throughout every weekday. (See page 6 for more)

montanapbs.org/learnathome


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A–Z Listing 100 Days, Drinks, Dishes and Destinations Sun 5:30pm except 4/4; Tue 5:30pm, 11:30pm begins 4/11

ABC The 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 10:30pm, 11pm; Mon 10:30pm 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  Wed & Fri 1am; Tue & Thu 7am, 10am, 2pm; Sat 9:30pm, 10pm Beads Baubles and Jewels  Thu 4:30am The Best of Sewing with Nancy  Mon & Fri 5am, 11am, 1pm The Best of the Joy of Painting  Sun mdnt, 12:30am; Tue-Sat 3:30am; MonFri 9:30am; Sat 7pm, 7:30pm Beyond Your Backyard  Mon 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm Born to Explore with Richard Wiese  Mon 9pm Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television  Tue & Thu 6pm, 10:30pm Classical Stretch: By Essentrics  Sat 4am; Sun 4:30am, 6am Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique  Sun 4am, 6:30am Classic Woodworking  Thu 2:30am; Wed 6:30am, 12:30pm Confucius Was a Foodie 4/3 6pm; 4/4 1am • 4/4 6pm; 4/5 1am Cook’s Country  Tue & Thu 1:30pm, 9:30pm; Sat 2:30pm; Mon, Wed, Fri 5:30pm; Tue & Thu 9:30pm; Mon & Wed 11:30pm Craft in America  Mon 4am A Craftsman’s Legacy  4/1 6am, noon; 4/2 2am • 4/6 6am, noon; 4/7 2am • 4/8 6am, noon; 4/9 2am Curious Traveler  Wed 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm Cycle Around Japan Highlights  Fri 8am, 3pm

DEF Dining with the Chef Mon 7am Dream of Italy 4/14 8am, 3pm, 9pm • 4/21 8am, 3pm, 9pm • 4/28 8am, 3pm, 9pm Dream of Italy: Tuscan Sun Special  4/7 8am, 3pm, 9pm Eating In with Lidia  4/10 6pm; 4/11 1am, 6pm; 4/12 1am • 4/10 6:30pm; 4/11 1:30am, 6:30pm; 4/12 1:30am, 6:30pm Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting  Sat 5am Food Flirts  4/4 4pm

Food Over 50 Sun 3am, 7am; Mon 3am; Sat 11:30pm

GHI Garage with Steve Butler Wed & Fri 2am; Tue & Thu 6am, noon begins 4/13 Garden SMART  Sun 9:30am Growing A Greener World  Sat 7:30am Growing Bolder  Fri 4:30am Growing Passion (Create)  Thu 4am How to Cook Well with Rory O’Connell  Mon-Sat 4:30pm; Mon-Fri 6:30pm; MonThu 10pm begins 4/19 Iowa Ingredient  Mon 7:30am, 2:30pm Ireland: County By County  Sat 12:30am; Sun 3pm; Mon-Sat 4:30pm; Mon-Fri 6:30pm except 4/12; Mon-Thu 10pm through 4/17 It’s Sew Easy  Sun 5am; 4/16 10:30pm; 4/17 11:30am; 4/18 1:30pm; 4/21 7:30pm; 4/22 12:30am

JK Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul Marathons: 4/9 7pm-11:30pm; 4/10 8am-12;30pm; 4/11 10am-2:30pm; 4/11-4/15 7pm, 7:30pm; 4/12-4/16 mdnt, 12:30am The Jazzy Vegetarian  Sun & Mon 3:30am; Sun 7:30am, 11:30pm Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope  Tue & Thu 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm Journeys In Japan  Sun 8:30am J. Schwanke’s Life In Bloom  Tue 4am Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen  Wed 5pm, 11pm; Spring Sensations 4/2 9:30pm; 4/3 10:30am; 4/4 12:30pm; 4/6 7:30pm; 4/7 12:30am Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Celebrations  Thu & Sat 1am; Wed & Fri 7am, 10am, 2pm; Sat 10:30pm, 11pm Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen  4/2 9pm; 4/3 10am; 4/4 noon; 4/6 7pm; 4/7 mdnt Kitchen Queens: New Orleans  Thu & Sat 5pm; Thu 11pm Knit and Crochet Now  Wed 5am, 11am, 1pm

LMNP Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop Sat 5:30am The Legacy List with Matt Paxton  Sat & Sun 8pm; Sun & Mon 2am Les Stroud’s Wild Harvest  4/4 5:30pm • 4/6 5:30pm, 11:30pm Let’s Go, Minnesota!  Mon 8am, 3pm Lidia’s Kitchen  Sun 4:30pm; Wed 6pm, 10:30pm Make48  Wed 4:30am Make It Artsy  Wed 4am Make Your Mark  Fri 4am; 4/16 8pm; 4/17 9am; 4/18 11am; 4/19 7pm; 4/20 mdnt

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Copyright 2018 Action Interest Media Matt (right) shows Jean (middle) and Chris (left) their Legacy List items in their Manheim, PA home.

The Legacy List with Matt Paxton Season 2 – New Season Begins on Create

CREATE PREMIER ON SATURDAY, APRIL 3 AIRS SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS AT 8PM

As baby boomers downsize living spaces and settle estates, The Legacy List helps aging homeowners catalog a lifetime of belongings, locating treasured heirlooms and unexpected valuables in the attic, closet, or even under the floorboards. Host Matt Paxton, a nine-season veteran of A&E’s Hoarders, is joined by military memorabilia expert Avi Hopkins, fashion collectibles authority Jaime Ebanks, and Mike Kelleher, a walking encyclopedia of pop culture trinkets and antiques.

Create Weekend Showcases Fri. 7pm–midnight; Sat. 8am–1pm; Sun. 10am–3pm

Spring Fling Jacques’ Heart and Soul Apr. 16 – 18 Earth Day Apr. 23 – 25 America’s Test Kitchen & Cook’s Country Cook Off Apr. 30 – May 2 Pati’s Cinco De Mayo Fiesta Apr. 2 – 4

Apr. 9 – 11

CREATE TV APRIL HIGHLIGHTS

Trails to Oishii Tokyo J Schwanke’s Life in Bloom April 9  Cycle Around Japan Highlights April 12  Dining With the Chef April 18  Journeys in Japan April 19  How to Cook Well With Rory O’Connell April 19  Let’s Go, Minnesota! April 4

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

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

Modern Pioneering with Georgia Pellegrini Tue 4:30am • 4/16 8:30pm; 4/17 9:30am; 4/18 11:30am; 4/19 7:30pm; 4/20 12:30am Moveable Feast with Relish  4/11 4pm • 4/18 4pm • 4/25 4pm New Scandinavian Cooking  Wed & Fri 1:30am; Tue & Thu 7:30am, 10:30am, 2:30pm; Sun 9:30pm, 10pm 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, 3pm; Sun 9am P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table  Sat 3:30pm • 4/2 7:30pm; 4/3 8:30am; 4/4 10:30am, 7:30pm; 4/5 12:30am • 4/2 10pm; 4/3 11am; 4/4 1pm; 4/7 7pm; 4/8 mdnt Pati’s Mexican Table  Thu & Sat 5:30pm; Thu 11:30pm; Marathon: 4/30 7pm-11:30pm

QRS Quilting Arts Tue & Thu 5am, 11am, 1pm Rick Steves’ Europe  Tue-Sat 3am; Mon-Fri 9am; Mon-Sat 4pm;

Mon-Thu 8pm Samantha Brown’s Places to Love Fri 8:30am, 3:30pm begins 4/16 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Sun 5pm; Tue 5pm, 11pm • 4/2 8pm; 4/3 9am; 4/4 11am; 4/5 7pm; 4/6 mdnt Simply Ming  Sun 3:30pm, Mon 5pm, 11pm; Fri 5pm Somewhere South Sat & Sun 6pm; Sun & Mon 1am begins 4/17 Start Up 4/16 9:30pm; 4/17 10:30am; 4/18 12:30pm; 4/20 7:30pm; 4/21 12:30am

TU A Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Company: Hooks, Lies & Alibis Tue 1am; Mon 10am, 2pm; Sat 9pm This Old House  Tue & Sat 2am; Mon & Fri 6am, noon; Sat 6:30am, 1pm This Old House Create Showcase: The Roxbury House 4/1 7pm; 4/2 mdnt • 4/1 7:30pm; 4/2 12:30am Trails to Oishii Tokyo  Sun 8am Travels with Darley  4/2 8:30am, 3:30pm • 4/9 8:30am, 3:30pm Urban Conversion 4/16 10pm; 4/17 11am; 4/18 1pm; 4/21 7pm; 4/22 mdnt • 4/16 11:30pm; 4/17 12:30pm; 4/18 2:30pm; 4/22 7:30pm; 4/23 12:30am • 4/16 7pm; 4/17 8am; 4/18 10am, 7pm; 4/19 mdnt

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WY Weekends with Yankee Tue & Thu 8am, 3pm, 9pm 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


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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. 100 Days, Drinks, Dishes and Destinations 4/11 2am • 4/18 2am MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk  Gregory Young & Friends 4/8 7pm; 4/10 10pm

ABC Abandoned in the Arctic 4/14 2:30am AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange  [Sun 3am begins 3/4; Tue 7am; Mon 6pm, 11pm]

The Age of Nature Awakening [4/26 noon] • Understanding [4/27 noon] • Changing [4/28 noon] Amanpour and Company  Mon-Fri starts 10:30pm-11pm [Tue-Sat 2am]

Ambassadors of the Sky 4/5 1pm America from the Ground Up  Revolution 1775-1783 4/2 12:30pm • The Science of Archaeology 4/9 12:30pm American Creed  [4/23 2pm] American Experience The Blinding of Isaac Woodard [4/3 6pm, 10pm] • The Murder of Emmett Till [4/12 2pm] • Ruby Ridge 4/13 8pm • American Oz 4/19 8pm; 4/21 1am; 4/26 1pm [4/30 6pm, 11pm] • The Codebreaker 4/21 noon American Masters   Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen 4/2 8pm; 4/5 3am [4/3 4:30pm] • Flannery 4/5 1:30pm • Oliver Sacks: His Own Life 4/9 8pm; 4/15 1am; 4/16 1pm • How It Feels to Be Free [4/23 noon] The American Woodshop  Sat 12:30pm America ReFramed  The Place That Makes Us [4/3 8pm; 4/4 mdnt, 7am, 3pm] • Tutwiler [4/6 6pm, 10pm; 4/7 6am; 4/10 5pm; 4/11 7am, 3pm] • Circle Up [4/13 6pm, 10pm; 4/14 6am; 4/17 5pm; 4/18 mdnt, 7am, 3pm] • Sisters Rising [4/20 6pm, 10pm; 4/21 6am; 4/24 5pm; 4/25 mdnt, 7am, 3pm] • Jaddoland [4/27 6pm, 10pm; 4/28 6am]

America’s Heartland Sun 8:30am America’s Socialist Experiment  4/28 noon America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated  Sat 11am Ancient Skies  Gods and Monsters 4/8 1pm; 4/12 4am • Finding The Center 4/15 1pm; 4/19 4am • Our Place in the Universe 4/26 4am And The Floods Came 4/2 3am Antiques Roadshow  Vintage Las Vegas 2021 hr 1 4/12 7pm; 4/15 5am • Vintage Las Vegas 2021 hr 2 4/19 7pm; 4/22 5am • Vintage Wichita 4/26 7pm; 4/29 5:05am Arthur  Mon-Thu 4:30pm Articulate with Jim Cotter  Sun 11:30pm [Sun 10am] Asia Insight  [Tue 4:30am] Asian Americans [4/1 1pm, 4/1 2pm] Ask This Old House  Sat 4:30am, noon Atlantic Crossing On Masterpiece  Tue 2am; Sun 9pm

Austin City Limits Brandi Carlile 4/3 10:03pm; 4/5 1am • Janelle Monae 4/10 11pm; 4/12 1am • Billie Eilish 4/17 11:08pm; 4/19 1am • H.E.R. 4/24 10:16pm; 4/26 1am MT Backroads of Montana  Capitol Rock & Community Folk 4/3 5pm • News, Brews and Views 4/7 5:30am • Places of Note 4/10 5pm • Harlo to Huntley 4/14 5:30am • Rockets, Peaks and Poets 4/17 5pm • Coffee Creek to Haugan 4/21 5:30am • Comin’ Round The Mountain 4/24 5pm • Singing in the Wires 4/28 5:30am MT Badger Creek 4/16 noon Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi  Sat mdnt Baseball  Thu 3am; Tue noon except 4/13 [Sat 1pm except 4/24] BBC World News  Mon-Fri starts 10pm-11pm [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 MT The Beef Trail A Pioneering Montana Ski Area 4/23 noon MT Before There Were Parks  Yellowstone and Glacier Through Native Eyes 4/9 noon The Best of Sewing with Nancy  Sat 1:30pm The Best of the Joy of Painting  Sat 10am MT Be Thou Always As A Guest  4/18 10:30am Beyond The Canvas  4/2 9:30pm; 4/5 4:30am, 4/16 9:30pm MT The Bozeman Trail  4/7 noon MT Business: Made in Montana  4/29 7pm Butterfly Town, USA  [4/7 5pm, 10pm; 4/8 6am; 4/10 11:30am]

A Call to Remember 4/8 11:30pm The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  Sun 5:30am Changing Seas 4/30 1:30pm [4/6 noon, 4/8 noon]

Charlotte Mansfield: A Woman Photographer Goes To War 4/15 11:30pm Chasing The Moon: American Experience [4/13 1pm, 4/14 1pm, 4/15 1pm]

The Chavis Chronicles [Sun 9am] Chihuly Fire & Light 4/14 4am Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television  Mon 11am MT Class C: The Only Game In Town  4/12 2:30am Classical Stretch: By Essentrics  Mon, Wed, Fri 6am; Tue & Thu 10:30am Clifford The Big Red Dog  Sun 6am; Fri 4:30pm Climate Change: The Facts  4/2 2am [4/1 6pm, 11pm; 4/2 7am] Closer to Truth  [Fri 4:30am]

MT C. M. Russell and the American

West My Medicine is Strong Now 4/6 2pm Community First: A Home for the Homeless  [4/6 5pm; 4/7 mdnt, 8am; 4/10 3am]

A Company of Heroes 4/27 4am Connected: A Search for Unity  [Sun 2am begins 4/11; Tue 6am; Mon 5pm, 10pm]

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Fri 11:30pm [Sat 4:30am, 9am] Cook’s Country  Sat 3:30pm Craft in America 4/20 2pm • 4/28 2pm A Craftsman’s Legacy  Wed 5am Critical Care: America vs. the World: PBS NewsHour Presents 4/21 9pm Curious George  Sat 6:30am; Mon-Fri 8am Curious George Swings Into Spring  4/12 7:30am, 4pm; 4/17 6:30am

DEF Dancing to Happiness with Darcey Bussell 4/17 12:30am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood  Sat 5:30am; Mon-Fri 9:30am Daring Women Doctors: Physicians in the 19th Century  [4/19 1pm] The David Rubenstein Show: Peer to Peer Conversations  Sat 12:30am except 4/17 [Mon & Thu 3am, 3:30am; Thu 9am, 9:30am; Sun 5pm, 5:30pm]

Death Is But A Dream [4/15 7pm; 4/16 mdnt, 8am]

Design In Mind: Bunny Williams: Not A House But A Home 4/23 4:30am Dinosaur Train  Sat 6am Dinosaur Train: Adventure Island  4/12 9am; 4/16 7:30am Direct Talk  [Mon-Fri 5:40am] Discover The Firebird 4/19 2pm Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America  [4/22 1pm] DW Focus On Europe  [Sun 6am; Sat 4pm]

DW Global 3000 [Sun 6:30am, 2pm] DW News  [Mon-Fri 3pm] DW The Day  [Mon-Fri 9pm] Earth Focus  [Sun 1:30pm] EcoSense for Living 3 Billion Birds 4/22 11:30pm; 4/23 1pm • Wild Things Return 4/29 11:30pm; 4/30 1pm Elinor Wonders Why  Sat 9am; Mon-Fri 3pm Emma Goldman: American Experience  [4/3 noon; 4/4 2am] Extinction: The Facts 4/2 1pm [4/1 7pm; 4/2 mdnt, 8am]

Fake: Searching for Truth in the Age of Misinformation 4/3 1am Farmers for America 4/26 3am Finding Your Roots  Freedom Tales 4/4 4am [4/4 9pm; 4/5 1am, 2am, 9am] • Slave Trade [4/11 9pm; 4/12 1am, 2am, 9am] • The New World 4/13 7pm; 4/18 4am [4/18 9pm; 4/19 1am, 9am] • Laughing on the Inside 4/20 7pm; 4/25

4am [4/25 9pm; 4/26 1am, 9am] • On Broadway 4/27 7pm Find It, Fix It, Drive It Sun 7pm; 4/6 4am Firing Line with Margaret Hoover  Sun 9:30am; Fri 7:30pm [Sun 12:30pm; Sat 4:30pm except 4/3]

First Civilizations Thu noon First Degree  [4/14 5pm, 10pm; 4/15 6am; 4/17 11:30am]

First Language: The Race to Save Cherokee 4/30 noon Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting  Thu 11:30am Forces of Nature  Elements [4/19 10am] • Color [4/21 10am] Forgotten Fame: The Marion Miley Story  4/24 1am [4/4 3am; 4/6 3am, 9am] France 24  [Mon-Fri 4pm] Freedom Summer: American Experience [4/29 1pm] Frontline American Insurrection 4/13 9pm [4/14 7pm; 4/15 mdnt, 8am] • The Virus That Shook The World, pt 1 4/26 8pm; 4/28 1am [4/28 5pm, 10pm; 4/29 6am]• The Virus That Shook The World, pt 2 4/27 9pm; 4/29 1am [4/28 7pm; 4/29 mdnt, 8am]

The Future of America’s Past [Sun 11am; 4/6 1pm]

GHI Garden SMART Sat 10:30am Georgia O’Keeffe: A Woman On Paper 4/17 1:30am [4/2 3am, 9am; 4/3 11:30am]

Great American Railroad Journeys 4/25 noon The Great British Baking Show  Sun 4pm Great Indian Railway Journeys  Sat 2am; 4/11 & 4/18 noon Great Lighthouses of Ireland  Fri 5am; Sun 3pm except 4/18 3:08pm, 4/25 3:13pm Great Museums: “Elevated Thinking” The High Line In New York City  4/28 4am Great Performances  Movies for Grownups Awards with AARP: The Magazine 4/2 5am • Now Hear This: Becoming Mozart 4/9 2pm • Beethoven In Beijing 4/16 8pm; 4/23 2am • Romeo and Juliet 4/23 8pm; 4/29 1pm; 4/30 2am • Much Ado About Nothing [4/30 12:30pm]

Great Performances at the Met Jonas Kaufmann In Concert 4/23 2pm Greta Thunberg: A Year to Save The Planet Episode 1 4/22 7pm; 4/28 7pm [4/29 7pm; 4/30 mdnt, 8am]

GZERO World with Ian Bremmer Wed mdnt [Wed 4:30am] H20: The Molecule That Made Us  Pulse [4/8 5pm, 10pm; 4/9 6am] • Civilizations [4/8 6pm, 11pm; 4/9 7am] • Crisis [4/8 7pm; 4/9 mdnt, 8am] Hands On History 4/2 noon Harbor from the Holocaust  [4/20 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.

MT The Hard Way 4/25 10:30am;

4/26 2:30am; 4/29 7:30pm Hemingway A Writer (1899-1929) 4/5 7pm, 9pm; 4/7 1am; 4/12 1pm [4/9 6pm, 11pm; 4/10 7am]• The Avatar (1929-1944) 4/6 7pm, 9pm; 4/8 1am; 4/13 1pm [4/16 6pm, 11pm; 4/17 7am]• The Blank Page (1944-1961) 4/7 7pm, 9pm; 4/9 2am; 4/14 1pm [4/23 6pm, 11pm; 4/24 7am]

Hero Elementary Sat 8:30am; Mon-Fri 4pm Hippocrates Cafe: Reflections on the Pandemic 4/28 3am History Detectives  Mon noon Holy Silence  [4/5 1pm] Howards End on Masterpiece  Episode 3 4/1 2pm • Episode 4, Series Finale 4/2 2pm Human React 4/28 9pm [4/29 6pm, 11pm; 4/30 7am]

I Danced for the Angel of Death: The Dr. Edith Eva Eger Story 4/8 5am [4/7 7pm, 10:30pm; 4/8 6:30am]

Illustrative Math [Tue, Thu & Fri 10am,

10:30am, 11am, 11:30am except 4/9 9:53am, 10:22am, 10:51am, 11:17am]

In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl Musicals and the Movies 4/7 2pm Independent Lens  Represent [4/1 6am] • ‘til Kingdom Come / The Debate [4/1 7:30am; 4/3 10am] • What Lies Upstream [4/2 5pm, 10pm; 4/3 6am] • ACORN and

the Firestorm [4/2 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 4/3 7:30am] • Out of State [4/6 7pm, 11pm; 4/7 7am; 4/10 6pm, 10pm; 4/11 4pm] • A Day in the Life of America/ American Nomads [4/7 5:30pm, 11:30pm; 4/8 7:30am; 4/10 10am] • Look & See: Wendell Berry’s Kentucky [4/9 5pm, 10pm; 4/10 6am, noon; 4/13 3am, 9am; 4/14 3am] • Decade of Fire [4/10 9pm; 4/11 1am, 8am; 4/14 9am] • Down A Dark Stairwell 4/12 9pm; 4/14 1am [4/14 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 4/15 6:30am; 4/17 10am] • Coded Bias [4/17 7pm, 10pm] • Bedlam [4/21 5pm, 10pm; 4/22 6am]

Insecta: Science That Stings [4/12 12:30pm]

Inside The Vatican 4/4 11am International Jazz Day 4/30 8pm Into The Wild: Edison, Ford & Friends  4/9 4:30am; 4/11 4:30am Ireland In Music 4/3 11:04pm It’s Sew Easy  Thu 11am

JKL Jamestown Sun mdnt except 4/18 12:05am, 4/25 12:10am Jewish American Soldiers: Stories from WWII 4/20 4am Jim Crow of the North  [4/20 5pm; 4/21 mdnt, 8am; 4/24 3am]

Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope Wed 11:30pm

Julia Robinson and Hilbert’s Tenth Problem 4/16 4am Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Celebrations  Fri 11:30am begins 4/9 Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen  4/2 11:30am The Kinks: Echoes of a World  4/24 11:14pm Korea: The Never-Ending War  [4/8 1pm]

Last of the Summer Wine Fri 1am; Sat 7pm The Laura Flanders Show  [Sun 9:30am] The Lawrence Welk Show  Sat 6pm The Legacy List with Matt Paxton  Tue 5am; 4/12 8pm Les Miserables on Masterpiece  [4/9 11:49am] • [4/9 12:53pm] • [4/9 1:57pm] • [4/16 11:28am] • [4/16 12:30pm] • [4/16 1:33pm] Let’s Go Luna!  Mon-Fri 3:30pm Lidia’s Kitchen  Fri 11am Life from Above Patterned Planet [4/28 11am] MT Live from Home: A Montana

Music Home Video Special 4/15 7pm; 4/17 10:11pm; 4/19 2:30am; 4/27 2:05pm The Living Dream: 100 Years of Rocky Mountain National Park 4/11 3am Love Wins Over Hate [4/13 5pm; 4/14 mdnt, 8am; 4/17 3am]

MNO The Man Who Tried to Feed The World: American Experience [4/23 5pm, 10pm; 4/24 6am, noon; 4/27 3am, 9am]

Margaret Mitchell: American Masters American Rebel [4/30 5pm, 10pm] Market to Market  Sat 3:30am; Sun 8am McCarthy: American Experience  [4/7 1pm]

Metal Road: A Day in the Life of a Navajo Railroader 4/16 12:30pm Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood  Sun 6:30am MN Original  [Sun 10:30am] Molly of Denali  Mon-Fri 8:30am MT Montana AG Live Montana Nursery & Landscape Association 4/11 11am • Grown and Made In Montana 4/11 6pm; 4/18 11am • Emerald Ash Borer 4/18 6pm; 4/25 11am • Sustainable Ranch Management 4/25 6pm MontanaPBS Film Classics  Eight Men Out (1988) 4/3 8:03pm; 4/4 1pm • The Harder They Fall (1956) 4/10 8:03pm; 4/11 1pm • Inherit the Wind (1960) 4/17 8:03pm; 4/18 1pm • Yentl (1983) 4/24 8:03pm; 4/25 1pm


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

MotorWeek Tue 11:30pm My Grandparents’ War  Helena Bonham Carter 4/4 8pm; 4/6 1am • Mark Rylance 4/11 8pm; 4/13 1am • Kristin Scott Thomas 4/18 8pm; 4/20 1am • Carey Mulligan 4/25 8pm; 4/27 1am My Survivor  4/8 2pm Nature Hippos: Africa’s River Giants [4/4 6pm, 10pm; 4/5 6am] • Sex, Lies and Butterflies [4/12 11am] • The Leopard Legacy 4/14 7pm [4/18 6pm, 10pm; 4/19 6am] • Sharks of Hawaii 4/21 7pm [4/25 6pm, 10pm; 4/26 6am] • Undercover in the Jungle [4/22 noon] Nature Cat  Sat 7am except 4/17 Newsroom Tokyo  [Mon-Fri 5am] NHK Newsline  Tue-Fri 12:30am [Mon-Fri 4:30pm]

NOVA Australia’s First 4 Billion Years: Strange Creatures [4/1 noon] • Nature’s Fear Factor [4/14 10am] • Picture A Scientist 4/14 8pm; 4/16 2am; 4/21 1pm [4/15 5pm, 10pm; 4/16 6am] • Back to the Moon [4/19 11am] • Making North America: Origins [4/19 noon] • Making North America: Life [4/20 noon] • Making North America: Human [4/21 noon] • Reef Rescue 4/21 8pm [4/22 5pm, 10pm; 4/23 6am] • Look Who’s Driving [4/26 10am] • Pluto and Beyond [4/26 11am] • Secret Mind of Slime [4/28 10am] • Mystery Beneath The Ice 4/28 1pm [4/1 5pm, 10pm; 4/2 6am] • Fighting for Fertility 4/28 8pm [4/29 5pm, 10pm; 4/30 6am] • The Truth About Fat [4/29 noon] NOVA Wonders What’s The Universe Made Of?[4/12 10am] • What’s Living In You? [4/14 11am] Odd Squad  Mon-Fri 5pm Off The Beaten Track with Kate Humble  4/4 2:30am • 4/11 2:30am On Story  [Sun 4am, 2:30pm] Open Mind  Fri mdnt [Sun 5:30am, 1pm] Outside: Beyond The Lens 4/18 2:30am Overheard with Evan Smith  [Mon 4:30am]

P Painting with Paulson Wed 11:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell  Wed 11am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home  Sun 5am MT Paradise and Purgatory  Hemingway of the L Bar T and St. V’s 4/1 7:30pm; 4/9 4am; 4/11 10:30am; 4/14 12:30pm PBS NewsHour  Mon-Fri 6pm [Tue-Sat 1am; Mon-Fri 8pm]

PBS NewsHour Weekend Sat, Sun 5:30pm Peg + Cat  Sat 8am Philly D.A. 4/20 8pm; 4/25 2am • 4/27 8pm Pinkalicious & Peterrific  Sat 7:30am; Mon-Fri 10am

A Place to Call Home The Welcome Mat 4/1 8pm; 4/5 mdnt • Truth Will Out 4/8 8pm; 4/12 mdnt • The Mona Lisa Smile 4/15 8pm; 4/19 mdnt • Day of Atonement 4/29 8pm Poetry In America  [4/30 noon] POV Shorts In The Absence [4/13 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 4/14 7:30am; 4/17 6:30pm; 4/18 1:30am, 8:30am, 4:30pm]

Power Trip: The Story of Energy Water [4/5 10am] • Food [4/5 11am] • Transportation [4/5 noon] • Wealth [4/7 10am] • Cities [4/7 11am] • War [4/7 noon]

Prehistoric Road Trip [4/13 noon] • [4/14 noon] • [4/15 noon]

RST Ready Jet Go! Mon-Fri 7am Rebels with a Cause 4/22 2pm [4/20 7pm, 11pm; 4/21 7am]

Reconnecting Roots Sat 4:30pm Reel South Sustained Outrage [4/5

7pm; 4/6 mdnt, 8am; 4/9 3am, 8:59am] • Unmarked [4/12 7pm; 4/13 mdnt, 8am; 4/16 3am, 9am; 4/17 8:30pm, 11:30pm] • Gip 4/18 3am • Lumpkin, GA [4/19 7pm; 4/20 mdnt, 8am; 4/23 3am, 9am; 4/24 11:30am] • Mossville: When Great Trees Fall [4/24 6pm; 4/25 1am, 8am, 4pm] • Divided City [4/26 7pm; 4/27 mdnt, 8am; 4/30 3am, 9am] • A Texas Myth [4/27 7pm, 11pm; 4/28 7am] The Registry [4/5 2pm] The Reluctant Radical [4/27 5pm; 4/28 mdnt, 8am; 5/1 3am]

Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways For Health & Spirit [4/3 9:30pm; 4/4 1:30am, 8:30am, 4:30pm]

Rick Steves Egypt: Yesterday & Today 4/26 mdnt Rick Steves’ Europe  Sat 3pm Rick Steves European Easter  4/1 noon; 4/4 3am, 6pm Rick Steves Fascism In Europe  4/13 4am Rise of the Nazis  Politics [4/20 2pm] • The First Six Months In Power [4/21 11am, 1pm] • Night of the Long Knives [4/21 2pm]

Roadtrip Nation: A Single Mom’s Story [4/3 3am; 4/7 3am, 9am] Rudy Maxa’s World  Tue 11:30am MT The Rundown: Capitol Report  Apr 4, Week 14 4/4 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 4/5 2am, 11:30am • Apr 11, Week 15 4/11 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 4/12 2am, 11:30am • Apr 18, Week 16 4/18 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 4/19 2am, 11:30am • Apr 25, Week 17 4/25 10am, 5pm, 11pm; 4/26 2am, 11:30am MT The Rundown with Beth Saboe 4/23 1:30pm Samantha Brown’s Places to Love  Tue mdnt SciGirls Game Changers [4/6 12:30pm] • Frog Whisperers [4/8 12:30pm] • Butterfly Diaries [4/12 noon]

MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS 

Second Opinion with Joan Lunden Tue 11am [Sat 4am, 9:30am] Secrets of the Dead The Woman in the Iron Coffin 4/25 1:03am Sesame Street  Mon-Fri 9am Shakespeare’s Tomb 4/15 2pm; 4/30 4am Shifting Sands: On the Path to Sustainability 4/21 3am Signs of the Time 4/29 2am Sit and Be Fit  Mon, Wed, Fri 10:30am Song of the Mountains  Mon 5am The Songpoet 5/1 1am Space Men: American Experience  4/13 noon [4/12 1pm] Splash and Bubbles  Sun 7am Start Up  [Sun 11:30am] Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire  Sat 4pm Still Open All Hours  Fri 1:30am; Sat 7:30pm MT Stories from Montana’s Future  4/1 7pm; 4/4 10:30am; 4/5 2:30am; 4/14 noon Stories from the Stage  [4/5 7:30pm; 4/6 12:30am, 8:30am; 4/9 3:30am, 9:26am] • [4/19 7:30pm; 4/20 12:30am, 8:30am; 4/23 3:30am, 9:30am] • [4/2 3:30am, 9:30am] • [4/12 7:30pm; 4/13 12:30am, 8:30am; 4/16 3:30am, 9:30am] • [4/26 7:30pm; 4/27 12:30am, 8:30am; 4/30 3:30am, 9:30am]

Storm Over The Atlantic 4/1 1pm; 4/2 4am Story in the Public Square  Thu mdnt [Thu 4:30am]

The Story of China with Michael Wood Ancestors/Silk Roads and China Ships [4/26 1pm] • Golden Age/The Ming [4/27 1pm] • The Last Empire/The Age of Revolution [4/28 1pm] Story of Us: A PBS American Portrait Story [4/2 2:30pm] Sympathetic Strings: Stories of the Hardanger Fiddle 4/19 3:30am That Way Madness Lies... 4/7 3am [4/21 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 4/22 7:30am; 4/24 10am]

This Old House Sat 4am, 11:30am To Be Announced [4/4 7pm, 8pm, 11pm; 4/5 mdnt, 7am, 8am] • [4/11 7pm, 8pm, 11pm; 4/12 mdnt, 7am, 8am] • [4/18 7pm, 8pm, 11pm; 4/19 mdnt, 7am, 8am] • [4/22 7pm; 4/23 mdnt, 8am; 4/24 2pm] • [4/25 7pm, 8pm, 11pm; 4/26 mdnt, 7am, 8am] • [4/24 7pm, 10pm]

To Dine for with Kate Sullivan Mon 11:30pm except 4/12 Toni Morrison: American Masters  The Pieces I Am [4/10 7pm, 11pm] To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  [Sun 4:30am, noon; Sat 5am; Sat 3pm except 4/17]

To The Ends of the Earth: The Natural World: Pushing Boundaries 4/21 4am Touching The Sound 4/23 3:30am; 4/30 2pm Troubled Waters: A Turtle’s Tale  4/22 2am Turning The Tide 4/22 1pm

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UV The Unforgettable Augustus Post 4/7 4:30am Unforgotten Season 2 On Masterpiece  Episode 3 4/1 9pm; 4/4 1am Unforgotten Season 3 on Masterpiece  Episode 1 4/8 9pm; 4/11 1am • Episode 2 4/15 9pm; 4/18 1am • Episode 3 4/29 9pm Variety Studio: Actors On Actors  [4/17 9pm; 4/19 2am; 4/21 3am, 9am • 4/19 2:30am; 4/21 3:30am, 9:30am • 4/17 9:30pm; 4/24 9pm; 4/26 2am; 4/28 3am, 9am • 4/24 9:30pm; 4/26 2:30am; 4/28 3:30am, 9:30am]

WXYZ Wai Lana Yoga Sat 5am The Warrior Tradition  [4/19 2pm] Washington Week  Sat 3am; Sun 9am; Fri 7pm [Sun 5am; Sat 5:30am, 3:30pm] Weekends with Yankee  Sat 2:30pm The West Is Burning  4/9 1pm; 4/22 1am [4/22 6pm, 11pm; 4/23 7am; 4/24 1pm]

When My Time Comes 4/10 1am [4/11 6pm, 10pm; 4/12 6am] MT Wild By Law and Nature 

Montana’s Wilderness Study Areas 4/7 1:30pm Wild Kratts Mon-Fri 6:30am; Sat 9:30am The Windermere Children  [4/2 noon; 4/6 1:30pm]

The Windermere Children: In Their Own Words [4/2 1:30pm] Woodsmith Shop  Sat 1pm World On Fire On Masterpiece  Episode 1 4/4 10pm; 4/6 3am • Episode 2 4/11 10pm; 4/13 3am • Episode 3 4/18 10pm; 4/20 3am • Episode 4 4/25 10pm; 4/27 3am W.S. Merwin: To Plant A Tree  [4/16 5pm, 10pm; 4/17 6am, noon; 4/20 3am, 9am]

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum Sun-Fri 7:30am A Year In Space 4/19 1pm Yoga In Practice  Tue & Thu 6am except 4/29 6:02am


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Actress Helena Bonham Carter in Stockton, Wiltshire besides the grave of her father.

My Grandparents’ War SUNDAYS AT 8PM

Follow leading Hollywood actors as they re-trace the footsteps of their grandparents and learn how World War II changed the lives of their families and the world.

Helena Bonham Carter APRIL 4 8PM Also 4/6 1am

Follow actress Helena Bonham Carter as she explores the heroism of her grandparents during WWII.

Mark Rylance APRIL 11 8PM  Also 4/13 1am

Explore the story of actor Mark Rylance’s grandfather, a prisoner of war in Hong Kong during WWII.

Kristin Scott Thomas APRIL 18 8PM  Also 4/20 1am

Discover how actress Kristin Scott Thomas’s grandfather saved thousands on the beaches of Dunkirk.

Carey Mulligan APRIL 25 8PM  Also 4/27 1am

Follow Carey Mulligan as she learns how her grandfather survived a kamikaze attack during WWII.

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April 2021 Viewer's Guide  

Enjoy local programs this month including new episodes of Live From Home, The Rundown: Capitol Report and Montana Ag Live.

April 2021 Viewer's Guide  

Enjoy local programs this month including new episodes of Live From Home, The Rundown: Capitol Report and Montana Ag Live.

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