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Muhammad Ali shocks the world by defeating George Foreman, winning back the heavyweight title and becoming the most famous man on earth.

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Muhammad Ali battles his fiercest rival, Joe Frazier, and the U.S. government, as he attempts to regain the heavyweight title.

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Cassius Clay publicly joins the Nation of Islam and takes the name Muhammad Ali. When he refuses induction into the Army, he is stripped of his title and forced into exile.

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Boxer Cassius Clay rises up the amateur ranks to win gold at the 1960 Olympics.

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Muhammad Ali talks with the press after beating Leon Spinks in New Orleans, LA., 1978.

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Despite their differences, the first and second female Supreme Court justices found common ground on women’s equality.

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Sandra Day O’Connor: The First MONDAY 9/13  8PM  Also 9/15 1am; 9/17 noon WORLD  Fri, 9/17 6pm & 11pm; Sat, 9/18 7am & 1pm

When Ronald Reagan nominated Sandra Day O’Connor as the Supreme Court’s first female justice in 1981, the announcement dominated the news. Time Magazine’s cover proclaimed “Justice At Last,” and she received unanimous Senate approval. Born in 1930 in El Paso, Texas, O’Connor grew up on a cattle ranch in Arizona in an era when women were expected to become homemakers. After graduating near the top of her class at Stanford Law School, she could not convince a single law firm to interview her, so she turned to volunteer work and public service. A Republican, she served two terms in the Arizona state senate, then became a judge on the state court of appeals. During her 25 years on the Supreme Court, O’Connor was the critical swing vote on cases involving some of the 20th century’s most controversial issues, including race, gender and reproductive rights — and she was the tiebreaker on Bush v. Gore. Forty years after her confirmation, this biography recounts the life of a pioneering woman who both reflected and shaped an era.

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ing in Townsend, visit a new monument to Native American soldiers at the Little Big Horn Battlefield in Crow Agency and enjoy a reunion in the nearly forgotten northeastern Montana town of Comertown. Airs 9/18 5pm

Backroads of Montana Kilns and Kin  Family and friends gather near Lodge Grass to move animals onto summer range; some abandoned beehive charcoal kilns west of Melrose are all that’s left of one of Montana’s earliest and most productive gold smelters; the exact geographic center of Montana lies near Lewistown; and a woman maintains her family’s connection to the African-American history of the Miles City area. Airs 9/1 5:30am

Eureka to Big Sandy  A ranch near Big Sandy showcases a special relationship with a different breed of horse. A group of Eureka women create quilts to raise funds to maintain the Tobacco Valley Historical Village. An old wagon road near Springdale was widened and improved by convicts from the Montana State Prison. Winter brings dozens of families out to a frozen Smith Lake west of Kalispell for the Sunrisers Lions’ family ice fishing derby. Finally, tour the historic Moss Mansion in Billings. Airs 9/4 5pm; 9/30 7:30pm

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 9/8 5:30am

Two Dot to Fishtail   We stop at the Sip & Dip in Great Falls, complete with the piano stylings of Pat Sponheim. We also visit a knife maker in Missoula, Montana’s oldest general store in Fishtail, and the Wheatland Senior Citizen’s Center in Harlowton, which has been a source of strength for its director Irene Schuchcard. Airs 9/11 5pm

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 9/15 5:30am

Anaconda to Comertown  Go up the slopes with a long-time ski instructor near Anaconda, discover the art of glass blow-

Rockets, Peaks and Poets  Enjoy the Big Sky Rocketry Association’s launch event near Twin Bridges, a geologic curiosity near Sunburst called “Jerusalem Peaks,” and meet Dixon poet Victor Charlo. Airs 9/22 5:30am

Coming Home  Accompany the Shakespeare in the Parks troupe to Birney, the smallest community to host their tour. Visit Kremlin-Gilford for its last homecoming parade, plant a special tree with a group of Girl Scouts in Great Falls, and walk an interpretive trail near Hamilton that tells the story of Lewis & Clark from another perspective. Airs 9/25 5pm 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 9/29 5:30am

Fort Peck to Ovando  Meet Pearl Nickels who, in her 90s, still works every day on the ranch near Fort Peck. Learn about gumbo—a volcanic clay that covers everything it touches and makes getting around a sticky mess. St. Mary of the Assumption has served farmers and miners in the Ruby Valley for more than a century. It takes a special effort to keep the the Monture Guard station north of Ovando in working condition. Finally, discover the Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild Park near Lincoln. Airs 9/30 7pm; 10/2 5pm; 10/3 10am; 10/4 2am

important topic right now. Did you know that there’s a nonprofit land trust that’s trying to ensure that Montana’s ag land is protected? The Montana Land Reliance (MLR) has helped preserve over one million acres since its inception in 1978. Airs 9/12 11am

Pollinator Gardens  Montana State University’s Honey Bee Research Site and Pollinator Garden serves as a field laboratory and community outreach center. The project, initiated in 2013, engages students across a variety of science and horticulture disciplines, along with community members, to develop and maintain a hub for pollinator health. Airs 9/12 6pm; 9/19 11am

Montana’s Ag Research Centers Montana’s Ag Research Centers are part of the research component of Montana State University-Bozeman. State statute charges them with conducting and promoting studies, scientific investigations and experiments relating to agriculture, natural resources and rural life, and to diffuse information among the people of Montana. Airs 9/19 6pm; 9/26 11am

Healthy & Happy Ponies  Healthy horses make for happy horse owners. Montanans keep horses for a variety of reasons. Sometimes they’re family pets; sometimes they earn their keep as work or show animals. Whether packing in the mountains, competing in dressage or racing events, working in fields or logging camps, or roping & bucking, there are some fundamental principles and practices every horse owner needs to know. Airs 9/26 6pm; 10/3 11am

11th & Grant with Eric Funk Jack Gladstone  Oral

Montana AG Live The Mushroom Show Mushrooms have the ability to decompose organic material, and help balance the nitrogen levels in soil. They can also damage crops and plants, causing major losses in agricultural activities and food production. Airs 9/5 11am

Montana Land Reliance Protecting Montana’s land and keeping it wild is an

tradition is the resonant core within both Native American and cowboy cultures. Known as Montana’s Troubadour, Jack Gladstone’s stories and lyric poetry bring to life the experience of the northwestern mountains and plains. Airs 9/9 7pm; 9/11 10pm; 9/13 2am

Wade Montgomery Band  His music, part country and part folk, is honest and speaks to the American experience with the directness that only comes from a songwriter who has lived, first-hand, everything he writes, including his life growing up on the reservation. Airs 9/23 7pm; 9/25 10pm; 9/27 2am


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Trash Talk: Montana’s Recycling Challenge  The rules and markets for effectively recycling our trash are changing. According to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Montanans produce on average 9.7 pounds of trash daily, but only two of those pounds are recycled. Meet three Montanans who give their different perspectives on the recycling challenges. Airs 9/2 1pm; 9/20 3am; 9/26 10am

Live From Home: A Montana Music Home Video Special  More Montana musicians

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3 Miles An Hour  Meet legendary backcountry outfitter Arnold “Smoke” Elser in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Elser considers “three miles an hour”—the walking speed of a horse—the best way to see and savor life. The documentary combines rare access to one of the largest wilderness areas in the lower 48 states with vintage home movies from backcountry trips and historic photographs to capture Elser’s passion for, and connection to, the outdoors. Airs 9/12 10am; 9/16 7pm; 9/20 2am

perform from across the state, featuring John Lowell, Kelley Sinclair, Parker Brown, Mike Murray, Junior, the Cascade Quartet, Hannah King, Kate Plummer, Scott Jeppesen, Charlotte Dike, Sean Devine, Supaman, and Shawn White Grass and Brittany. Hosted by Montana singer/songwriter John Floridis. Airs 9/2 7pm; 9/4 9:41pm; 9/6 2am

Playing for the World: The 1904 Fort Shaw Indian Girls’ Basketball Team In

Charlie Russell’s Old West  No one played

The Fish Between the Falls  Ten thousand

a larger role in mythologizing the cowboy’s place in American culture than Charles M. Russell. Explore his art and life as he witnessed and documented the end of the Wild West open range, as America entered the 20th Century. Airs 9/5 10am, Friday 9/10 2pm

years ago Kootenai people painted pictures of white sturgeon on the rocks above the lake where they lived. These impressive fish, the largest and one of the oldest in North America, were an important part of the tribe’s diet and the inspiration for their

1902, Native women came together at a boarding school in Montana. They used the new sport of basketball to help them adjust to a rapidly changing world. Their travels and experiences led them to places they never imagined. Airs 9/12 3pm; 9/15 2am

elegant sturgeon-nosed canoes. Now, dikes and dams have changed the river system so much that sturgeon no longer successfully reproduce. But the people whose culture is bound up with these fish and the people who control the river today are working together to restore the Kootenai River White Sturgeon to their ancestral home. Airs 9/19 10am

The Rundown with Beth Saboe: Enemy On Our Shores  In 2016, one of the most 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. 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. Beth Saboe examines the potential economic and ecological devastation the aquatic pest can cause by fouling boats, docks, beaches and clogging hydroelectric intake systems and irrigation pipes. Airs 9/26 10:30am

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Montana AG Live

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Pollinator Gardens 9/12  6PM  Also airs 9/19 11am

MSU’s Honey Bee Research Site and Pollinator Garden serves as a field laboratory and community outreach center. The project engages students across a variety of science and horticulture disciplines, along with community members, to collaborate and learn as they develop and maintain a hub for pollinator health.

Montana’s Ag Research Centers 9/19  6PM  Also airs 9/26 11am

Montana’s Ag Research Centers are part of the research component of Montana State University-Bozeman. State statute charges them with conducting studies, scientific investigations and experiments relating to agriculture, natural resources and rural life, and to provide the resulting information to the people of Montana.

Healthy & Happy Ponies 9/26  6PM  Also airs 10/3 11am

Healthy horses make for happy horse owners. Many Montanans keep horses as family pets, but often they earn their keep as work or show animals. Whether packing in the mountains, competing in events, or working in fields, there are some fundamental principles and practices every horse owner needs to know. MSU PHOTO BY KELLY GORHAM

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7:00 Nature “Natural Born Rebels: Survival” Cockatoos, sloths, chimps and more animals that will do whatever it takes to survive are explored. TV-PG

8:00 NOVA “Nature’s Fear Factor” Wild dogs are reintroduced to Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park to restore a “landscape of fear.” TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

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9:00 Future of Work “The New Industrial Revolution” AI, robotics, globalization, labor practices and more disruptions to the world of work are featured. TV-PG

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In addition to ongoing drivers for disruptions to the world of work—AI, robotics, platform technology, globalization, labor practices—the pandemic has been a driver of change. Unemployment flipped from lowest in 50 years to highest in a century.

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11:30 Ireland with Michael “It’s a Long Way from Here to Clare” Singer Michael Londra, travels to County Clare to walk the Cliffs of Moher and sample the pubs. TV-G

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Next Greatest Generation Town 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 My Hero: The Older Man 2:00 Dancing to Happiness with Darcey Bussell MDNT WORLD Company

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“Future of Work” is a three-part series exploring monumental changes in the workplace and the long-term impact on workers, employers, educators, and communities.

Futureproof 9/8  9PM  Also airs 9/15 4am, 1pm

Frontline and service workers have borne the health consequences of the pandemic, increasing racial and economic disparities. Certain robotic and AI applications are accelerating as the value of human workers is further questioned.

Changing Work, Changing Workers 9/15  9PM  Also airs 9/22 4am, 1pm

Companies rethink the need to even have offices, and the traditional 40-hour workweek is losing relevance. Many companies are adopting the remote work models, spawned by the pandemic, as their new normal. The sense of precariousness and fear increases for many. Does the nation need new policies of Guaranteed Basic Income, (UBI) or a drastic rethinking of the social safety nets?


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Yannick: An Artist’s Journey FRIDAY, 9/3  8PM  Also airs 9/9 1am

In 2018, the young Canadian conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin stepped into one of the most high-profile and fraught roles in all of music, becoming the third music director in the history of the Metropolitan Opera. Follow Nézet-Séguin on his journey from tenyear-old budding conductor to the pinnacle of the opera world, capturing along the way the alchemy of the creative process and what it means to refine the soul of an artist.

The Red Shoes FRIDAY, 9/17  8PM  Also airs 9/24 1pm

Based on the famous 1948 cinema classic, “The Red Shoes” was originally inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s dark fairytale of the same name. A tale of obsession, possession and one dancer’s dream to be the greatest dancer in the world, this stage adaptation recounts the story of an aspiring ballerina who lives to dance—yet her ambition creates a battle of wills between the two men who inspire her passion. Victoria Page (Ashley Shaw). PHOTO BY JOHAN PERSSON

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Good Road: Yangon, Myanmar: Punk Rock Buddha 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: School Days: Teacher Tales 4:00 Vaccination from the Misinformation Virus 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Why Philosophy of Art? 5:00 Real Rail Adventures: Switzerland 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E VEN I N G

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8:00 Great Performances “Yannick: An Artist’s Journey” The meteoric rise of Yannick Nezet-Seguin, music director of the Metropolitan Opera, is showcased. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 8 8:00 WORLD PBS

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6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Say It with Music” “Say It With Music” opens this last show on the ABC network. Norma Zimmer sings a moving “I Asked The Lord”, Myron Floren Gives it his all on the “12th Street Rag”, and Buddy Merrill surprises everyone with his song, “It May Be Silly”. Dick Dale is our special guest. TV-G 6:00 WORLD Independent

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7:30 My Hero “Puttin’ on the Writs” It’s just an ordinary morning in a supermarket carpark—until Mrs. Raven has a run-in with a stack of wayward trolleys and is tipped over the edge of the multi-story building. It’s ThermoMan to the rescue—but when he refuses Mrs R’s kind offer of Battenberg cake in return for saving her life, retribution is swift! 7:30 WORLD Reel

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8:03 Montana PBS Film Classics “12 Angry Men” A jury holdout attempts to prevent a miscarriage of justice by forcing his colleagues to reconsider the evidence. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 11

9:41 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 EE P. 5 10:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: T-Rex: Her Fight for Gold TV-PG

1 0:38 Austin City Limits “Sarah Jarosz/ Ray Wylie Hubbard” Legendary Texas songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard plays favorites and songs from his album Co-starring. TV-PG 11:30 WORLD Reel

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11:35 Lost River Sessions “Forlorn Strangers” Nashville quintet Forlorn Strangers perform “Oh My Friends” and “Sugar Cane” and more songs. TV-G

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ReFramed: Pahokee 12:05 Beecham House On Masterpiece: Episode 3 1:00 Vera: Sandancers 2:00 WORLD Ireland’s Wild Coast 2:30 Art & Design In Chicago 3:00 Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose: Basel and Lucerne: Quest for the Crossroad 3:00 WORLD Ireland’s Wild Coast 4:00 Native America: Nature to Nations 4:00 WORLD On Story: Carl Reiner: A Conversation with a TV Legend 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: Escape to the Garden 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind: Mapping Our Brain Processes in the Pandemic 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

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3:30 Erma Bombeck: Legacy of Laughter Phil Donahue narrates this exploration of the extraordinary life and career of a beloved humorist. TV-G

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Desserts” For the Signature, bakers must create so-called “saucy puds,” delicate cakes hiding a gooey filling. TV-PG

5:00 A Chef’s Life “Don’t Tom Thumb Your Nose at Me! pt 2” Vivian faces one challenge after another in the prep kitchen before the SFA luncheon. TV-G 5:00 WORLD Corporate

Welfare: Where’s the Outrage? A Personal Exploration by Johan Norber TV-G

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:00 Harry Potter: A History of Magic An exhibition of the real-life magical history behind JK Rowling’s Harry Potter books is showcased. TV-G 6:00 WORLD Summoned:

Frances Perkins and the General Welfare: TV-PG

7:00 Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets “Kings George III and IV & The Napoleonic War” Mental health problems forced King George III to relinquish power to his extravagant son. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 1 3 7:00 WORLD Emma

Goldman: American Experience: Emma Goldman TV-PG-SL

8:00 Guilt On Masterpiece “Episodes 1 and 2” Returning intoxicated from a wedding, Jake and Max run down an old man and decide to tell no one. TV-14-L

4   S TO RY, P. 14

8:00 WORLD Reel

South: First Lady of the

Revolution TV-PG 9:00 WORLD Company Town TV-G

1 0:00 Grantchester Season 5 On Masterpiece “Episode 4” A streaker found dead on the Fens draws Will and Geordie to the world of experimental psychotherapy. TV-14 10:00 WORLD Summoned:

Frances Perkins and the General Welfare TV-PG

11:00 Articulate with Jim Cotter “The Roots of Creativity” Award-winning author Maaza Mengiste and Dick Boak of the Martin Guitar company appear. TV-PG 11:00 WORLD Emma

Goldman: American Experience: Emma Goldman TV-PG-SL

11:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions “Mapping Business In China” Burt Wolf and investment strategist Jonathan Krane take a look at how business works in China. TV-G

MONDAY

SEPTEMBER 6

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt McLeod’s Daughters: Haunted MDNT WORLD Reel

South: First Lady of the Revolution 1:00 Austin City Limits: Sarah Jarosz/Ray Wylie Hubbard 1:00 WORLD Company Town 2:00 MT Live from Home: A Montana Music Home Video Special 2:00 WORLD Black Ballerina 3:00 Cultivating The Wild 3:00 WORLD Corporate Welfare: Where’s the Outrage? A Personal Exploration by Johan Norber 4:00 Margaret Mitchell: American Masters 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith: Timothy Shriver, Ph.D., Chairman of Special Olympics 5:00 Song of the Mountains 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 Waging

Change: TV-G

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Churchill Downs Racetrack hr 3” Great appraisals include a Chinese gilt bronze Bodhisattva and a Nicolai Fechin oil portrait. TV-G 7:00 WORLD The

Good Road: Bangkok, Thailand: River of Change TV-G 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Changed Forever

8:00 Antiques Roadshow “Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library hr 1” A family treasure.and more great items are appraised at the Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library. TV-G 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 POV Shorts “Where I’m From” TV-PG 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

the Day World News

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD The Revolutionist: Eugene V. Debs: TV-PG

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

Change: TV-G

11:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan “Michael Tubbs” Michael Tubbs, the Mayor of Stockton, California, discusses his life and his career in government. TV-G

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TUESDAY

SEPTEMBER 7

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Samantha Brown’s Places to Love: Seoul,

South Korea MDNT WORLD The Good Road: Bangkok, Thailand: River of Change 12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Changed Forever 1:00 Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets: Kings George III and IV & The Napoleonic War 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Guilt On Masterpiece: Episodes 1 & 2 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD Summoned: Frances Perkins and the General Welfare 4:00 Harry Potter: A History of Magic 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 Shelter Me: In Times of Need 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

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

ReFramed: Care TV-PG

Native America “Cities of the Sky” Scientists explore pyramids and 3D-scan a lost city of monumental mounds on the Mississippi River. TV-PG

7:00 WORLD Alzheimer’s:

The Caregiver’s

Perspective: TV-PG

3:00 WORLD Emma

Goldman: American Experience: Emma Goldman 4:00 Future of Work: The New Industrial Revolution 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Sword Smith 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Capitol Rock & Community Folk 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EV EN ING

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

America After 9/11

7:00 Nature “Natural Born Rebels: The Mating Game” Promiscuous prairie dogs, backstabbing manakins, kidnapping macaques and hyenas are highlighted. TV-PG -S

at how the 9/11 attack ushered in an era of fear, mistrust and division in America. 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

ReFramed: Care TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD Alzheimer’s:

The Caregiver’s

Perspective: TV-PG

11:30 MotorWeek The 2021 Lincoln Nautilus, the Volvo S90 Recharge and the Volvo XC90 Recharge are featured. TV-G

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer

Survivor

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 POV Shorts: Where I’m From 1:00 WORLD PBS

Discover the secrets that underlie nature’s battleground as claws, horns and fangs are explored. TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Future of Work “Futureproof” The challenges and consequences of the pandemic and racial and economic disparities are examined. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 7 9:00 WORLD DW

8:00 Frontline “America After 9/11” A look

MDNT WORLD My

and Company

3:00 Objects and Memory

8:00 NOVA “Extreme Animal Weapons”

P M E VE N I N G

7:00

2:00 WORLD Amanpour

NewsHour 2:00 A Dream In Doubt

9:30 WORLD BBC

the Day World News

4:30 WORLD Story

in the Public Square

5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Churchill Downs

Racetrack hr 3

5:00 WORLD Newsroom 5:40 WORLD Direct

Tokyo

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 Future

of Work: Futureproof

TV-PG

7:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk “Jack Gladstone” Oral tradition is the resonant core within both Native American and cowboy cultures. Known as Montana’s Troubadour, Jack Gladstone’s stories and lyric poetry bring to life the experience of the northwestern mountains and plains. TV-G

4   S EE P. 4

7:00 WORLD Trauma

Healers

8:00 McLeod’s Daughters “Who’s a Big Girl Now?” TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Vera “Certain Samaritan” TV-PG 9:00 WORLD DW

the Day World News 10:00 WORLD NOVA: High-Risk High-Rise TV-PG 9:30 WORLD BBC

1 0:30 BBC World News 11:00 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD Future of Work: Futureproof TV-PG

FRIDAY

SEPTEMBER 10

1 0:00 BBC World News

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: Black to the Future

10:00 WORLD POV Shorts: Where I’m From TV-PG

MDNT WORLD Trauma

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: The Second

11:00 WORLD Frontline:

America After 9/11

11:30 Ireland with Michael “Slaney Valley” Michael heads to his hometown on the Sunny South East and visits the National Opera House. TV-G

THURSDAY

SEPTEMBER 9

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

Martin Halliwell

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Great Performances: Yannick: An Artist’s

Journey

1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour and Company 3:00 A Harpists’s Legacy: Ann Hobson Pilot and the Sound of Change 3:00 WORLD Reel South: First Lady of the Revolution 3:30 Orchestrating Change 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 2:00 WORLD Amanpour

Healers

Husband & The Showgirls NewsHour 1:30 My Hero: Puttin’ on the Writs 2:00 Silent Sacrifice: Stories of Japanese American Incarceration 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD The Good Road: Bangkok, Thailand: River of Change 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Changed Forever 4:00 Pullman: America’s Hotel on Wheels 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Can The Brain Explain Art? 5:00 Trains That Changed The World: Speed 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 1:00 WORLD PBS

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23


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

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LEARN AT HOME, TOO!   MT MADE BY MONTANA PBS

P M E V E N I N G

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

America After 9/11

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 Generation 9/11 Seven young people whose fathers died on 9/11 enter adulthood with a sense of responsibility. 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 Objects

and Memory: TV-PG

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

America After 9/11

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

SATURDAY

SEPTEMBER 11

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Harry Potter: A History of Magic 1:00 Frontline: In the Shadow of 9/11 1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Trauma Healers 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House: A Queen Anne Revival 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion with Joan Lunden: Racial Disparities In Health 4:30 Ask This Old House: Spring Projects: Paint, Prune, Spigots 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga: Plough Twist 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 “Salute to the U.S.A.” This was the first show on the newly formed Welk Syndication after the cancellation by ABC. Big hair, mini-skirts, hot pants­—it was definitely the ‘70s! From the opening number “Thank You Very Much” Lawrence makes clear his profound gratitude to his audience for their years of unfailing loyalty. TV-G 6:00 WORLD Frontline:

America After 9/11

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “The Second Husband & The Showgirls” TV-PG

BOTH PHOTOS COURTESY OF APTONLINE.ORG

Montana PBS Film Classics

12 Angry Men SATURDAY, 9/4  8:03PM  Also airs 9/5 1pm

In the jury room, it began as an openand-shut case of murder in the first degree. But, a jury holdout attempts to prevent a miscarriage of justice by forcing his colleagues to reconsider the evidence. A powerful drama examining prejudice and duty, directed by Sidney Lumet, and staring Henry Fonda, Lee J. Cobb, Martin Balsam, John Fiedler, Jack Klugman (1957).

Hoosiers SATURDAY, 9/11  8:03PM  Also airs 9/12 1pm

A man gets a last-chance job coaching a small-town Indiana high school basketball team and faces the dual challenge of bringing this underdog team to the 1951 state championship and redeeming himself from a mysterious past. Directed by David Anspaugh; starring Gene Hackman, Barbara Hershey, Dennis Hopper (1986).

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HD & World Channels

7:30 My Hero “Shock, Horror!” Baby Ollie has a temperature so George, instead of concentrating on saving the world, keeps zooming back to the flat to check on the baby. But all this dashing about is making George careless and it’s not too long before an unscrupulous journalist takes advantage of the situation and obtains pictures of George in his ThermoMan guise. Suddenly it’s all over the papers that Janet is having an affair with ThermoMan. 8:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Care TV-PG

8:03 Montana PBS Film Classics “Hoosiers” A man gets a last-chance job coaching a small-town Indiana high school basketball team and faces the dual challenge of bringing this underdog team to the 1951 state championship and redeeming himself from a mysterious past. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 11 9:00 WORLD Alzheimer’s:

The Caregiver’s

Perspective: TV-PG

“Jack Gladstone” Oral tradition is the resonant core within both Native American and cowboy cultures. Known as Montana’s Troubadour, Jack Gladstone’s stories and lyric poetry bring to life the experience of the northwestern mountains and plains.

4   S EE P. 4

10:00 WORLD Frontline:

That!

5:30 WORLD Open

Mind

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 PM AF T ER N OON/E VE NI NG

3:00 MT Playing for the World “The 1904 Fort Shaw Indian Girls’ Basketball Team” In 1902, a unique combination of Native women came together at a boarding school in Montana. They used the new sport of basketball to help them adjust to a rapidly changing world. Their travels and experiences led them to places they never imagined. Ultimately, these women played for something much larger than themselves. 3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Care TV-PG

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Pies & Tarts” Almost half-way through the baking competition, the remaining bakers face Pies and Tarts. TV-PG 4:00 WORLD Alzheimer’s:

1 0:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk

TV-G

5:30 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About

America After 9/11

11:00 Austin City Limits “The Very Best of John Prine” Savor an hour of stirring performances from the late singer-songwriter John Prine. TV-PG

The Caregiver’s

Perspective: TV-PG

5:00 A Chef’s Life “Apples” Vivian visits an heirloom apple tree collector, Creighton Leigh, in North Carolina’s Piedmont. TV-G 5:00 WORLD Variety

Studio: Actors On Actors:

TV-PG

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 WORLD Variety

Studio: Actors On Actors:

TV-PG

6:00 MT Montana AG Live “Pollinator Gardens” Pollinator Gardens and the diversity of pollinator species that live in Montana. TV-G 4   S EE P. 5 6:00 WORLD American

SUNDAY

SEPTEMBER 12

A M EA R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Beecham House On Masterpiece:

Episode Four

MDNT WORLD America

ReFramed: Care

1:00 Vera: Certain Samaritan 1:00 WORLD Alzheimer’s:

The Caregiver’s Perspective 2:00 WORLD The Revolutionist: Eugene V. Debs 2:30 Art & Design In Chicago 3:00 Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose: Costa Rica: Quest For Pura Vida 3:00 WORLD Waging Change 4:00 Native America: Cities of the Sky 4:00 WORLD On Story: Deconstructing Billy Wilder 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: The Unusual 5:00 WORLD Washington Week

Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: The Preacher and the Rabbi: Rev. Martin Luther Kin TV-G 6:30 WORLD American Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: The General and the Quaker: Harriet Tubman TV-G

7:00 Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets “The Romanovs & The Russian Revolution” Lucy Worsley explores the spontaneous February 1917 popular uprising that swept the Czar from power. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 1 3 7:00 WORLD American

Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: The Low Country Teacher and The Liberal Hillbilly: TV-G 7:30 WORLD American Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: Godmothers of Race Amity: Mary McLeod Bethune TV-G

8:00 Guilt On Masterpiece “Episodes 3 and 4” Spurred by Angie, Jake probes Max’s control of his finances. Jake also grows suspicious of Angie. TV-14-L

4   S TO RY, P. 14

8:00 WORLD American

Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: Amity and Brotherhood for Education: Booker T. Washington TV-G 8:30 WORLD One Night In March: TV-G 9:00 WORLD A Dream In Doubt: TV-PG

1 0:00 Grantchester Season 5 On Masterpiece “Episode 5” When Will finds two boys near death in a boxing ring, he must face his own part in their tragedy. TV-14 10:00 WORLD American

Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: The Preacher and the Rabbi: Rev. Martin Luther Kign TV-G 10:30 WORLD American Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: The General and the Quaker: Harriet Tubman TV-G

11:00 Articulate with Jim Cotter “The Mirror of Time” Dan Harmon, creator of seminal television shows Rick and Morty and Community, is interviewed. TV-PG 11:00 WORLD American

Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: The Low Country Teacher and The Liberal Hillbilly: TV-G

11:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions “Decisions” Burt Wolf researches the decisions that resulted in the Atomic Bomb being dropped on Hiroshima. TV-G

11:30 WORLD American

Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: Godmothers of Race Amity TV-G

MONDAY

SEPTEMBER 13

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt McLeod’s Daughters: Who’s A Big Girl

Now?

MDNT WORLD American

Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: Amity and Brotherhood for Education 12:30 WORLD One Night In March 1:00 Austin City Limits: The Very Best of John Prine 1:00 WORLD A Dream In Doubt 2:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk: Jack Gladstone 2:00 WORLD Trauma Healers 3:00 Sousa on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum 3:00 WORLD Variety Studio: Actors On Actors 3:30 How The Monuments Came Down 3:30 WORLD Variety Studio: Actors On Actors 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith: Isabella Rossellini, Actress 5:00 Song of the Mountains 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23


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MT MADE  PLEDGE PROGRAM   BY MONTANAPBS    HOLIDAY PROGRAM  PLEDGE PROGRAM   LEARN AT HOME, TOO!   MT MADE BY MONTANA PBS

P M E V E N I N G

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

of Daraa: TV-PG

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library hr 2” Stephen King first editions from 1974-1977, an Ilya Schor silver plate and more are appraised. TV-G 7:00 WORLD The

Good Road: Chyulu Hills, Kenya: Big Life in the Wild TV-G 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Mi Familia

8:00 American Experience “Sandra Day O’connor: The First” TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 3 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: The

Interpreters TV-PG-V

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

of Daraa: TV-PG

11:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan “Phil Rosenthal” Phil Rosenthal, Television Writer and Executive Producer of “Everybody Loves Raymond,” appears. TV-G

TUESDAY

SEPTEMBER 14

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

Lafayette and Cajun Country, LA Good Road: Chyulu Hills, Kenya: Big Life in the Wild 12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Mi Familia 1:00 Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets: The Romanovs & The Russian Revolution 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Guilt On Masterpiece: Episodes 3 & 4 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD American Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: The Preacher and the Rabbi: Rev. Martin Luther King 3:30 WORLD American Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: The General and the Quaker 4:00 America’s First Forest: Carl Schenck and the Asheville Experiment 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 Shelter Me: The Art of Kindness 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk MDNT WORLD The

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

South

ReFramed: Far East Deep

COURTESY OF TOM HAYWARD

Lucy Worsley in Tsarina costume outside Chiswick House.

Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets SUNDAYS AT 7PM

Join Lucy Worsley on a journey across Europe to visit the locations where royal history was made. From the roots of the English Reformation, to King George III’s decision to relinquish the throne to his son, to the Russian revolution that swept the czar from power, learn how royal history is a mixture of facts, exaggeration, manipulation and mythology.

King George III and IV & The Napoleonic War 9/5  7PM  Also airs 9/7 1am, noon

Follow Lucy as she reveals how mental health problems forced King George III to relinquish power to his debauched and extravagant son. Was this really an era of elegance and regal splendor or an age of radicalism and revolution?

The Romanovs & The Russian Revolution 9/12  7PM  Also airs 9/14 1am, noon

Join Lucy as she explores how the spontaneous February 1917 popular uprising was the real Russian revolution that swept the Czar from power, not the famed October event in the history books.

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HD & World Channels 7:00

Native America “New World Rising” Horse-mounted Comanche warriors and secret messages encoded in Aztec manuscript are explored. TV-PG

7:30 WORLD Vanishing

Chinatown: The World of The May’s Photo Studio TV-G

8:00 Objects and Memory How do otherwise ordinary items come to symbolize experiences, aspirations, and identity? “Objects and Memory” is about the otherwise ordinary things in our homes and museums that mean the most to us because of their associations with people and experiences. The film shows how we preserve the past and speak to the future through objects that have been transformed into irreplaceable conveyers of experience, aspiration, and identity. TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Frontline “Boeing’s Fatal Flaw” An investigation of Boeing’s flawed 737 Max jet and the crashes that killed 346 people is showcased. 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

the Day World News

1 0:00 BBC World News COURTESY OF EXPECTATION/HAPPY TRAMP NORTH 2019

Max (Mark Bonnar) and Jake (Jamie Sives)

10:00 WORLD America ReFramed: Far East Deep

South

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

Masterpiece

Guilt SUNDAYS AT 8PM

“It’s not the crime, it’s the cover-up” goes the old saying. But that didn’t stop brothers Max and Jake from hiding their guilt after running into an elderly pedestrian during an inebriated drive home from a wedding. Mark Bonnar (Unforgotten) and Jamie Sives (To the Ends of the Earth) star as Max and Jake in a darkly absorbing tale of rascality and deceit.

Episodes 1 & 2 9/5  8PM  Also airs 9/7 2am

Returning intoxicated from a wedding, Jake and Max run down an old man and decide to tell no one. Their cover-up quickly snowballs in complexity. Max tries to sabotage Kenny’s investigation, but the detective closes in on damaging evidence. Sheila adds a new wrinkle to the case. Claire gets suspicious.

Episodes 3 & 4 9/12  8PM  Also airs 9/14 2am

Spurred by Angie, Jake probes Max’s control of his finances. Jake also grows suspicious of Angie. Roy tightens the screws on Max by threatening Jake. As the cover-up verges on collapse, Max tries a desperate gamble

11:30 MotorWeek The Jeep Wrangler 4xe and the Porsche 911 GT3 are road tested. TV-G 11:30 WORLD Vanishing

Chinatown: The World of The May’s Photo Studio: ` TV-G

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15 AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer MDNT WORLD Gullah

Roots

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 American Experience: Sandra Day

O’Connor: The First NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Raising Ms. President 3:00 WORLD American Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: The Low Country Teacher and The Liberal Hillbilly 3:30 WORLD American Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: Godmothers of Race Amity 4:00 Future of Work: Futureproof 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Ski Makers 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Places of Note 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 1:00 WORLD PBS


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

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

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

The Monuments Came

Down TV-PG

6:00 PBS NewsHour 7:00 Nature “Remarkable Rabbits” Despite their remarkable ability to reproduce, many wild rabbits are in danger of being eradicated. TV-PG 7:00 WORLD Frontline:

Boeing’s Fatal Flaw

8:00 NOVA “Bat Superpowers” TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 1 7 8:00 WORLD PBS

9:00 Future of Work “Changing Work, Changing Workers” Does America face a “post-work” era, or increased inequities in how we make our livings? TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 7 9:30 WORLD BBC

the Day World News

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

South: Unmarked TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 10:30 WORLD How The Monuments Came Down TV-PG

11:30 Ireland with Michael “May The Road Rise to Meet You” Michael learns about the mystic past of Lough Erne and meets Nathan Carter and more musical legends TV-G

THURSDAY

LEARN AT HOME, TOO!   MT MADE BY MONTANA PBS

6:00 PBS NewsHour

9:00 WORLD DW

6:00 WORLD Future

9:30 WORLD BBC

of Work: Changing Work, Changing Workers TV-PG

7:00 MT 3 Miles An Hour Explore the Bob Marshall Wilderness in Montana with backcountry outfitter Arnold “Smoke” Elser. TV-G 4   S EE P. 5 7:00 WORLD Building

The American Dream:

TV-PG

8:00 McLeod’s Daughters “Pandora’s Box” TV-PG

8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Vera “Blood Will Tell” TV-PG-V 9:00 WORLD DW

NewsHour

9:00 WORLD DW

 PLEDGE PROGRAM  

SEPTEMBER 16

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Story in the Public Square: Admiral

James Stavridis and Elliot Ackerman MDNT WORLD Frontline: Boeing’s Fatal Flaw 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Lew Wallace: Shiloh Soldier, Ben-Hur Bard 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 2:30 Shiloh: The Devil’s Own Day 3:00 The Gettysburg Story 3:00 WORLD American Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions: Amity and Brotherhood for Education: Booker T. Washington 3:30 WORLD One Night In March 4:00 Southern Belle 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library hr 1 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E V E N I N G

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

the Day World News 10:00 WORLD NOVA: Bat Superpowers TV-PG 9:30 WORLD BBC

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

of Work: Changing Work, Changing Workers TV-PG

FRIDAY

SEPTEMBER 17

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: What Human Challenge

Trials Can Teach Us The American Dream 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: All of a Florrie 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 My Hero: Shock, Horror! 2:00 Piaf: Her Story, Her Songs 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD The Good Road: Chyulu Hills, Kenya: Big Life in the Wild 3:30 Miss Springmaid 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Mi Familia 4:00 Rick Steves Hunger and Hope: Lessons from Ethiopia and Guatemala 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Can Art Clarify The Mind-Body Problem? 5:00 Trains That Changed The World: Cities 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk MDNT WORLD Building

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

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

Experience: Sandra Day O’Connor: The First TV-PG

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 Great Performances “The Red Shoes” Experience Hans Christian Andersen’s dark fairytale from director-choreographer Matthew Bourne. TV-PG

the Day World News

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

on PBS: Porvenir, Texas

TV-14-V

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD American Experience: Sandra Day

O’Connor: The First TV-PG

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

SATURDAY

SEPTEMBER 18

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Walter Tevis: A Writer’s Gambit 1:00 Front and Center: Brantley Gilbert 1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

2:00 Open A Book, Open The World: The 2021

Library of Congress National Book Festival 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Gullah Roots 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House: Rebirth of Detroit 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion with Joan Lunden: Alzheimer’s: A Public Health Crisis 4:30 Ask This Old House: Ultimate Garage Workshop 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga: Bow Your Back 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M E VE NI NG

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Salute to the Senior Citizens” This tribute to the “young at heart” starts with “Dearie.” Along the way Gail, Ron, &Michael invite us to “Let’s Go Dance Again”, Jim Turner croons “Try To Remember”, while Kathie Sullivan sings “Among My Souvenirs”. Lawrence conducts the band on “You’re An Old Smoothie and even fits in a dance with the ladies. TV-G 6:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: Man On Fire

TV-14-L

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “All of a

PM EV ENI NG

4   S TO RY, P. 8

8:00 WORLD PBS

15

NewsHour

Florrie” TV-PG 7:00 WORLD Latino

Americans: Foreigners In Their Own Land TV-PG-V

7:30 My Hero “Little Green Man” Janet thinks George is taking her for granted. After all, most husbands would react rather badly after discovering their wife in a compromising position with the handy man... George’s response is merely ‘Why should I be jealous of a human when I can do it 15 times a night?’ But it’s not long before George succumbs to jealousy.


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HD & World Channels

8:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Far East

Deep South

8:03 Montana PBS Film Classics “Nicholas Nickleby” A young, compassionate man struggles to save his family and friends from the abusive exploitation of his cold-heartedly grasping uncle. TV-PG

9:30 WORLD Vanishing

Chinatown: The World of The May’s Photo Studio TV-G 10:00 WORLD Independent Lens: Man On Fire TV-14-L

1 0:20 Austin City Limits “John Legend & The Roots: Wake Up!” John Legend and the Roots perform “Wake Up Everybody” and more protest soul classics in 2011. TV-PG-L 11:00 WORLD Latino

Americans: Foreigners In Their Own Land TV-PG-V

11:20 Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul: Soulfire Little Steven and his band blast through an arsenal of songs spanning rock, pop, soul and blues. TV-PG

SUNDAY

SEPTEMBER 19

A M EA R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Beecham House On Masterpiece:

Episode 5 MDNT WORLD America ReFramed: Far East Deep South 1:00 Vera: Blood Will Tell 1:30 WORLD Vanishing Chinatown: The World of The May’s Photo Studio 2:00 WORLD Independent Lens: The Interpreters 2:30 Art & Design In Chicago 3:00 Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose: Pearl River Delta: Quest for Harmony 3:00 WORLD Dreams of Daraa 4:00 Native America: New World Rising 4:00 WORLD On Story: Justified: Inside The Writers’ Room 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: Kids, Kids and More Kids 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 WORLD America

ReFramed: Far East

Deep South

3:17 Secrets of the Royal Servants Historian Kate Williams illustrates life at Buckingham Palace through the eyes of the royal servants. TV-PG

4:04 The Great British Baking Show “Continental Cakes” For the Signature, bakers are asked to make Yeast-leavened Cakes. Their work is cut out for them. TV-PG 4:30 WORLD Vanishing

Chinatown: The World of The May’s Photo Studio TV-G 5:00 WORLD Variety Studio: Actors On Actors TV-PG

5:02 A Chef’s Life “The Fish Episode, Y’all” Vivian presents a few of the many ways fish makes its appearance in southern cooking. TV-G

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 5:30 WORLD Variety

Studio: Actors On Actors

TV-PG

6:00 MT Montana AG Live “Montana’s Ag Research Centers” Montana’s Ag Research Centers are developing innovative solutions for Montana’s producers. TV-G 4   S EE P. 5 6:00 WORLD Raul

Julia: American Masters: Raul Julia: The World’s A Stage TV-PG

7:00 Muhammad Ali “Round One: The Greatest (1942-1964)” Boxer Cassius Clay rises up the amateur ranks, wins gold at the 1960 Olympics and turns professional. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 2 7:30 WORLD Beyond

The Canvas: Modern

Mexico TV-PG 8:00 WORLD Doc World: Siqueiros: Walls of Passion 9:00 WORLD Gullah Roots: TV-G

9:30 Muhammad Ali “Round One: The Greatest (1942-1964)” Boxer Cassius Clay rises up the amateur ranks, wins gold at the 1960 Olympics and turns professional. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 2 10:00 WORLD Raul Julia: American Masters: Raul

Julia: The World’s A Stage TV-PG The Canvas: Modern Mexico TV-PG

11:30 WORLD Beyond

MONDAY

SEPTEMBER 20

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt McLeod’s Daughters: Pandora’s Box MDNT WORLD Doc

World: Siqueiros: Walls of Passion 1:00 Austin City Limits: John Legend & The Roots: Wake Up! 1:00 WORLD Gullah Roots 2:00 MT 3 Miles An Hour 2:00 WORLD Building The American Dream 3:00 MT Trash Talk: Montana’s Recycling Challenge 3:00 WORLD Variety Studio: Actors On Actors 3:30 MT Ghost Forests 3:30 WORLD Variety Studio: Actors On Actors 4:00 MT Back from the Brink: Montana’s Wildlife Legacy: pt 1

4:00 WORLD BBC

World News with Evan Smith: Alejandro Escovedo, Rock Musician 5:00 Song of the Mountains 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 4:30 WORLD Overheard

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 VOCES

on PBS: The Pushouts

TV-14-L

7:00 Muhammad Ali “Round Two: What’s My Name? (1964-1970)” Cassius Clay publicly joins the Nation of Islam and takes the name Muhammad Ali. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 2 7:00 WORLD The

Good Road: Alabama Village, Alabama: Light of the Village TV-G 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Can’t Pick Your Family 8:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour

9:00 Muhammad Ali “Round Two: What’s My Name? (1964-1970)” Cassius Clay publicly joins the Nation of Islam and takes the name Muhammad Ali. TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 2 9:00 WORLD DW

the Day World News 10:00 WORLD VOCES on PBS: Adios Amor: The Search for Maria Moreno TV-PG-L 9:30 WORLD BBC

11:00 BBC World News 11:00 WORLD VOCES on PBS: The Pushouts TV-14-L

11:30 To Dine for with Kate Sullivan “Payal Kadakia” Payal Kadakia is a former world-class dancer who built and created the company ClassPass. TV-G

TUESDAY

SEPTEMBER 21

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Samantha Brown’s Places to Love: Rhine

River Cruise Good Road: Alabama Village, Alabama: Light of the Village 12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Can’t Pick Your Family 1:00 Muhammad Ali: Round One: The Greatest (1942-1964) 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD Building The American Dream 3:30 The Civic Life of Nathaniel Colley 4:00 MT Back from the Brink: Montana’s Wildlife Legacy: pt 2 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight MDNT WORLD The


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5:00 Shelter Me: Building Inspiration 5:00 WORLD Newsroom 5:40 WORLD Direct

Tokyo

Talk

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: Council-

woman

7:00 Muhammad Ali “Round Three: The Rivalry (1970-1974)” Muhammad Ali battles Joe Frazier and the US government as he tries to regain the heavyweight title. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 2 7:00 WORLD Reel

South: Fiesta Quinceanera

TV-PG

8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Muhammad Ali “Round Three: The Rivalry (1970-1974)” Muhammad Ali battles Joe Frazier and the US government as he tries to regain the heavyweight title. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 2

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Greater Horseshoe Bat

NOVA WEDNESDAYS AT 8PM

Bat Superpowers

9:00 WORLD DW

9/15  8PM  WORLD  Thu, 9/16 at 5pm & 10pm; Fri, 9/17 6am

11:00 BBC World News

Bats have been implicated in deadly epidemics such as COVID-19 and Ebola, yet scientists are discovering evidence that they may hold a key to a longer and healthier life. From caves in Thailand and Texas to labs around the globe, NOVA meets the scientists who are decoding the superpowers of the bat.

the Day 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 10:00 WORLD America ReFramed: Councilwoman 11:00 WORLD Reel

South: Fiesta Quinceanera

TV-PG

11:30 MotorWeek The Nissan Pathfinder and the Volkswagen Taos are driven. TV-G

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer MDNT WORLD Home

Truth

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Muhammad Ali: Round Two: What’s My

Name? (1964-1970) NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Restoration Neon 3:00 WORLD VOCES on PBS: Porvenir, Texas 4:00 Future of Work: Changing Work, Changing Workers 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Jeans Maker 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Rockets, Peaks and Poets 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 1:00 WORLD PBS

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

The Cannabis Question 9/29  8PM  WORLD  Thu, 9/30 at 5pm & 10pm; Fri, 10/1 6am

Fifty-five million Americans say they currently use cannabis, and that number is expected to grow as voters push for legalization in more and more states. Though many believe cannabis is benign, and even beneficial, the federal government classifies it as a Schedule 1 drug. Because of its classification, research on the plant’s complex chemical makeup—and its effects on users—is lagging. NOVA investigates the story of cannabis in the U.S., from the criminalization that has disproportionately harmed communities of color to the latest medical understanding of the plant. What risks does cannabis pose to the developing brain? How much do we know about its potential medical benefits? As cannabis becomes socially accepted, scientists are racing to understand its long-term health consequences. PHOTO FROM ISTOCK


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HD & World Channels

6:30 WORLD POV:

Landfall TV-14

7:00 Muhammad Ali “Round Four: The Spell Remains (1974-2016)” Muhammad Ali shocks the world by defeating George Foreman, winning back the heavyweight title. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 2 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Muhammad Ali “Round Four: The Spell Remains (1974-2016)” Muhammad Ali shocks the world by defeating George Foreman, winning back the heavyweight title. TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 2 9:00 WORLD DW

the Day 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 10:00 WORLD POV: The Infiltrators TV-PG

11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Ireland with Michael “In A Neat Little Town They Call Belfast” Michael travels to Belfast and meets Riverdance legend Jason O’Neal and the Shamrock Tenors. TV-G 11:30 WORLD POV:

Landfall TV-14

THURSDAY

SEPTEMBER 23

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Story in the Public Square: Mohammed

Ali Kadivar

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Muhammad Ali: Round Three: The

Rivalry (1970-1974) NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Lives Well Lived 3:00 WORLD VOCES on PBS: The Pushouts 4:00 The Restorers: Living History 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library hr 2 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 1:00 WORLD PBS

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

8:00 McLeod’s Daughters “Love of My Life” TV-PG

9:00 WORLD DW

1:00 WORLD PBS

9:30 WORLD BBC

2:00 Secrets of the Royal Servants

NewsHour

the Day World News 10:00 WORLD Across The Pacific: Airborne TV-G

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

The Pacific: Latin Laboratory TV-G

FRIDAY

SEPTEMBER 24

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: What Does Peace Mean? MDNT WORLD Across

The Pacific: Another Ocean 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Muhammad Ali: Round Four: The Spell Remains (1974-2016) 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Black In Blue 3:00 WORLD The Good Road: Alabama Village, Alabama 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Can’t Pick Your Family 4:00 Eastland: The Shipwreck That Shook America 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Can Art Engage Philosophy of Religion? 5:00 Trains That Changed The World: Industry 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EV EN ING

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

Stateless TV-PG

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

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

8:00 Sammy Davis, Jr.: American Masters The vastly talented enter-

6:00 WORLD Across

The Pacific: Latin Laboratory TV-G

7:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk “Wade Montgomery Band” His music, part country and part folk, is permeated with honesty. Wade Montgomery candidly speaks to the American experience with the directness that only comes from a songwriter who has lived, first-hand, everything he writes, including his life growing up on the reservation. TV-G 4   S EE P. 4 7:00 WORLD Across

Ocean TV-G

The Pacific: Another

SEPTEMBER 25

9:00 Vera “Parent Not Expected” TV-PG-V

8:00 WORLD PBS

P M E VE N I N G

6:00 PBS NewsHour

SATURDAY

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Remembering Leonard Nimoy 1:00 Front and Center: Old Dominion

tainer strove to achieve the American Dream in a time of racial prejudice. 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 Cuba:

The Forgotten Revolution:

TV-PG

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

Stateless TV-PG

NewsHour

2:00 WORLD Amanpour

and Company

3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Home

Truth

3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House: Return to Paradise 4:00 WORLD Second

Opinion with Joan Lunden: Millennial Health II 4:30 Ask This Old House: Kitchen Upgrades 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga: Hamstring Balance 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M E VE NI NG

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Songs from the Movies” Some of your favorite songs and themes from movies are heard in this entertaining show. “Hooray For Hollywood” gets us underway, Anacani gives Carmen Miranda her due with “South America, Take It Away”, and Guy and Ralna sing the romantic “Somewhere My Love.” TV-G

6:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: Black

Memorabilia TV-14-L

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “A Short Blast of Fred Astaire (Christmas Special 2” There’s a confidence problem among some of the talent before the Christmas concert. TV-G 7:00 WORLD Latino

Americans: Empire of Dreams TV-14-V

7:30 My Hero “Mine’s A Double” George has to attend a Super-Heroics Conference which means leaving Janet at home alone, minding the baby. In their wisdom, the Ultron Council provides a “George clone” with the unlikely name of Hilary to keep Janet company. But while Hilary looks just like the real thing, his character couldn’t be more different... 8:00 WORLD America

ReFramed:

Councilwoman

8:03 Montana PBS Film Classics “Shine” A richly deserved Oscar went to Geoffrey Rush for his riveting portrayal of Australian virtuoso David Helfgott and his ultimate triumph over a domineering father, schizophrenia and an obsession with Rachmaninoff’s “Piano Concerto No. 3.” TV-PG


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The Real Citizen Kane

Citizen Hearst: An American Experience Special MONDAY & TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 & 28 AT 8PM

In the 1930s, William Randolph Hearst’s media empire included 28 newspapers, a movie studio, a syndicated wire service, radio stations and 13 magazines. His newspapers were so influential that Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Winston Churchill all wrote for him. Hearst used his media stronghold to achieve unprecedented political power.

Part 1 9/27  8PM  Also airs 9/29 1am, noon WORLD  Thu, 9/30 at 6pm & 11pm

Hearst was born into one of America’s wealthiest families, and used his properties to achieve political power, then ran for office himself.

Part 2 9/28  8PM  Also airs 9/30 1am; 10/1 noon WORLD  Fri, 10/1 at 6pm & 11pm

Follow William Randolph Hearst’s continued rise to power and expansion into Hollywood. The model for Citizen Kane, he had a decades-long affair with actress Marion Davies, built an enormous castle at San Simeon, and forever transformed modern media. COURTESY OF WWW.PBS.ORG/WGBH/

9:00 WORLD Reel

South: Fiesta Quinceanera

TV-PG

1 0:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk “Wade Montgomery Band” His music, part country and part folk, is permeated with honesty. Wade Montgomery candidly speaks to the American experience with the directness that only comes from a songwriter who has lived, first-hand, everything he writes, including his life growing up on the reservation. TV-G 4   S EE P. 4 10:00 WORLD Independent Lens: Black Memora-

bilia TV-14-L

11:00 ACL Presents: 50 Years of Asleep at the Wheel: A Retrospective Enjoy a special hour of ACL performances by Austin’s Western swing faithkeepers Asleep at the Wheel. TV-PG 11:00 WORLD Latino

Americans: Empire of

Dreams TV-14-V

SUNDAY

3:00 Rudy Maxa’s World: Escape to French

Polynesia 3:00 WORLD VOCES on PBS: The Pushouts 4:00 The Queen’s Garden 4:00 WORLD On Story: A Conversation with Robert Townsend 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: Small Spaces 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 PM AF T ERNOON/E VE NI NG

3:00 Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years The life of contralto Marian Andersonone and her struggles against racism and poverty are explored. TV-PG 3:00 WORLD America

SEPTEMBER 26

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Beecham House On Masterpiece:

Episode 6 MDNT WORLD America ReFramed: Councilwoman 1:00 Vera: Parent Not Expected 1:00 WORLD Reel South: Fiesta Quinceanera 2:00 WORLD VOCES on PBS: Adios Amor: The Search for Maria Moreno 2:30 Art & Design In Chicago

ReFramed:

Councilwoman

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Pastries” The bakers are assigned Signature savory Parcels, ranging from Pasties to Samosas. TV-PG 4:00 WORLD Reel

South: Fiesta Quinceanera

TV-PG

5:00 A Chef’s Life “Obviously, It’s Pecans” Vivian is feeling the stress of running the restaurant after preparing for her Thanksgiving feast. TV-G

5:00 WORLD The

Latino Experience: Episode 1

TV-14

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:00 MT Montana AG Live “Healthy & Happy Ponies” Healthy ponies make for happy owners; tips to help keep your horses healthy and you happy. TV-G

4   S EE P. 5

6:00 WORLD The

Latino Experience: Episode 2

TV-14

7:00 The Queen’s Garden The “royal wildlife” and remarkable plants are explored in The Queen’s Garden in central London. TV-PG 7:00 WORLD The

Latino Experience: Episode 3

TV-14-L

8:00 Elizabeth Is Missing On Masterpiece A woman desperately tries to solve two mysteries as she declines ever deeper into dementia. TV-14 8:00 WORLD Doc 9:30 WORLD POV

World: Border South Shorts: Cherish TV-PG

1 0:00 Grantchester Season 5 On Masterpiece “Episode 6” A body is found on Jesus Green and the investigation leads Will and Geordie to an oppressive convent. TV-14 10:00 WORLD The TV-14

Latino Experience: Episode 1


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HD & World Channels 11:00 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Larger Than Life” The music of this softly spoken Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Ellen Reid speaks volumes. TV-PG 11:00 WORLD The

Latino Experience: Episode 2

TV-14

11:30 Travel Detective “Qatar’s State of the Art Airport” One of the world’s most innovative and luxurious airports, Doha’s Hamad International, is featured. TV-G

MONDAY

SEPTEMBER 27

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt McLeod’s Daughters: Love of My Life MDNT WORLD The

Latino Experience: Episode 3

1:00 ACL Presents: 50 Years of Asleep at the

Wheel: A Retrospective World: Border South 2:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk: Wade Montgomery Band 2:30 WORLD POV Shorts: Cherish 3:00 Polka Across America 3:00 WORLD Major League Cuban Baseball 4:00 Queen of Swing 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith: Nikki Giovanni, Poet/Activist 5:00 Song of the Mountains 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 1:00 WORLD Doc

PHOTOS BY RAY EKNESS

Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild International Sculpture Park near Lincoln features sitespecific works of art using materials associated with the community’s economic and cultural traditions.

New Episode of Backroads

Backroads of Montana

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

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

MT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30  7PM  Also 10/2 5pm; 10/3 10am; 10/4 2am

6:00 PBS NewsHour

Fort Peck to Ovando

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Winterthur

We’ll meet a northeastern Montana woman who appreciates the value of hard work. Pearl Nickels is now in her 90s, and she still works every day on the ranch near Fort Peck. Discover more about her colorful past with interesting jobs around rural Montana. We examine a substance that’s been stopping Montanans in their tracks for years, from present-day motorists to the state’s earliest explorers. It’s not ordinary mud. It’s gumbo, a volcanic clay that covers everything it touches and makes getting around a sticky mess. St. Mary of the Assumption serves a wide variety of churchgoers in the small town of Laurin. Built following Montana’s gold rush, farmers and miners in the Ruby Valley of southwestern Montana have used the distinctive sandstone church for their spiritual needs for more than a century. The Monture Guard station north of Ovando gets heavy use year-round. So it takes a special effort the keep the historic cabin and barn in working condition. Backroads finds a group of retired smokejumpers fit for the job; and they get a little something out of it, too. Backroads of Montana host William Marcus tells viewers the story of the Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild Park near Lincoln. Sculptors from around the world have been invited to create site-specific works of art celebrating the rich environmental, industrial and cultural heritage of the Blackfoot Valley.

6:00 WORLD Making

It In America TV-G

Museum, Garden & Library hr 3” Incredible appraisals include 1820 J.J. Audubon portraits and a Ming Dynasty Xiwangmu figure. TV-G 7:00 WORLD The

Good Road: Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania: Islands of Isolation TV-G 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Cast Your Vote

8:00 Citizen Hearst: An American Experience Special “pt 1” TV-PG

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 POV:

America TV-PG

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

It In America TV-G


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11:30 How She Rolls “How She Rolls” Carrie Morey runs a growing business based on her mother’s biscuit recipe in Charleston, SC. TV-PG

TUESDAY

SEPTEMBER 28

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

Naples and Paradise Coast of Florida MDNT WORLD The Good Road: Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania: Islands of Isolation 12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Cast Your Vote 1:00 Elizabeth Is Missing On Masterpiece 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Sammy Davis, Jr.: American Masters 3:00 WORLD The Latino Experience: Episode 1 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 Shelter Me: Soul Awakened 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E V E N I N G

6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: The

Unafraid

7:00 In Their Own Words “Jimmy Carter” Hear the inspiring story of a longshot outsider who fought his way to the top office in the world. TV-PG South: Santuario TV-PG

8:00 Citizen Hearst: An American Experience Special TV-PG

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8:00 WORLD PBS

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

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD America ReFramed: The Unafraid

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 MotorWeek The Charger Hellcat Redeye and the Mitsubishi Outlander are tested on the road. TV-G 11:30 WORLD Reel

South: Santuario TV-PG

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer MDNT WORLD Rise

and Fall of the Brown Buffalo 12:30 NHK Newsline

LEARN AT HOME, TOO!   MT MADE BY MONTANA PBS

1:00 Citizen Hearst: An American Experience

Special: pt 1 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Fake: Searching for Truth in the Age of Misinformation 3:00 WORLD The Latino Experience: Episode 2 4:00 Quakers: The Quiet Revolutionaries 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Table Maker 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Comin’ Round The Mountain 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk

2:00 WORLD Amanpour 3:00 WORLD The

Latino Experience: Episode 3

4:00 WORLD BBC

World News in the Public Square: Kylar

4:30 WORLD Story

Broadus 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Winterthur

Museum, Garden & Library hr 3 Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 5:00 WORLD Newsroom

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 Citizen

5:30 WORLD Re-Evolution:

The Embargo: TV-PG

6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD Re-Evolution: 6:30 WORLD Re-Evolution:

Salud: TV-G Suenos: TV-G

7:00 In Their Own Words “Elon Musk” Discover how Elon Musk went from bullied boy to young innovator to self-taught rocket scientist. TV-PG A Lifetime of Passion: TV-PG

8:00 NOVA “The Cannabis Question” TV-14

4   S TO RY, P. 1 7 8:00 WORLD PBS

9:00 Life from Above “Moving Planet” Cameras in space capture footage of the greatest and most powerful movements on our planet. TV-PG the Day World News

9:30 WORLD BBC

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD Re-Evolution:

The Cuban Dream:

TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 10:30 WORLD Re-Evolution: 11:00 WORLD Re-Evolution:

The Embargo: TV-PG Salud: TV-G

11:30 Ireland with Michael “The Kilmore Carol” Michael visits the fishing village of Kilmore Quay to learn about The Kilmore Carol. TV-G 11:30 WORLD Re-Evolution:

THURSDAY

Suenos: TV-G

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AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Story in the Public Square: Brian Lamb MDNT WORLD Cuba:

A Lifetime of Passion

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Citizen Hearst: An American Experience

Special

1:00 WORLD PBS

Hearst: An American Experience Special: pt 1 TV-PG

7:00 MT Backroads of Montana “Fort Peck to Ovando” Backroads of Montana tells stories near Fort Peck, Laurin, Ovando, Lincoln and more. TV-G

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7:30 MT Backroads of Montana “Eureka to Big Sandy” Backroads of Montana has stories near Big Sandy, Eureka, Smith Lake, Springdale and more. TV-G

4   S EE P. 4 8:00 McLeod’s Daughters “Dirty Pool” TV-PG

NewsHour

9:00 WORLD DW

and Company

4:00 The Restorers: Aircraft Recovery

PM EV ENI NG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

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3:00 News Matters

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

7:00 WORLD Cuba:

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

7:30 WORLD Reel

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NewsHour

8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

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

the Day World News 10:00 WORLD NOVA: The Cannabis Question TV-14 9:30 WORLD BBC

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

Hearst: An American Experience Special: pt 1 TV-PG


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Children’s Programs Mon-Fri

AM M ON - FR I

6:30 Ready Jet Go! 7:00 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 7:30 Curious George 8:00 Wild Kratts 8:30 Molly of Denali 9:00 Sesame Street 9:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 10:00 Donkey Hodie (New!)

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-Thu) Clifford the Big Red Dog (Fri) 5:00 Odd Squad

Weekend

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Donkey Hodie (New!) Dinosaur Train Nature Cat Peg + Cat Pinkalicious & Peterrific Hero Elementary Elinor Wonders Why Wild Kratts

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Weekend Programs 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

Washington Week Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

10:00 am

The Best of the Joy of Painting with Bob Ross

9/5 Charlie Russell’s Old West 9/12  3 Miles An Hour 9/19  The Fish Between the Falls 9/26  Trash Talk: Montana’s Recycling Challenge

10:30 am

Garden SMART

MT 9/26 The Rundown with Beth Saboe: Enemy on Our Shores

11:00 am

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated

MT

11:30 am

This Old House

NOON Ask This Old House

12:30 pm

MT MT MT MT

Montana Ag Live 9/5 The Mushroom Show 9/12  Montana Land Reliance 9/19  Pollinator Gardens 9/26  Montana’s Ag Research Centers

Trains That Changed the World 9/5 Speed 9/12  Cities 9/19  Industry 9/26  Leisure

AM S AT U R DAY

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

LEARN AT HOME, TOO!

The American Woodshop

1:00 pm

Woodsmith Shop

1:30 pm

The Best of Sewing with Nancy

2:00 pm

Quilting Arts

A M S U N DAY

2:30 pm

Weekends with Yankee

9/5 The Directors: Sidney Lumet (2:40pm)

5:30

3:00 pm

Rick Steves’ Europe

MT 9/12 Playing for the World: The 1904 Fort Shaw Indian Girls’ Basketball Team 9/19  Secrets of the Royal Servants (3:17pm) 9/26  Marion Anderson: Once In a Hundred Years

3:30 pm

Cook’s Country

9/5 Erma Bombeck: Legacy of Laughter

4:00 pm

Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire

The Great British Baking Show 9/5 Desserts 9/12  Pies & Tarts 9/19  Continental Cakes (4:04pm) 9/26  Pastries

4:30 pm

The New Fly Fisher

5:00 pm

MT

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 Donkey Hodie (New!) Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

4   24-HOUR CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING ON MONTANA PBS 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

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TV-Y UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.

5:30 pm

Backroads of Montana 9/4 Eureka to Big Sandy 9/11  Two Dot to Fishtail 9/18  Anaconda to Comertown 9/25  Coming Home

Montana PBS Film Classics 9/5 12 Angry Men (1957) 9/12  Hoosiers (1986) 9/19  Nicholas Nickleby (2002) 9/26  Shine (1996)

A Chef’s Life

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


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Weekday Programs TIME

MONDAY

6:00 am

Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique

TUESDAY Yoga in Practice

WEDNESDAY Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique

THURSDAY Yoga in Practice

FRIDAY Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique

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

Pati’s Mexican Table

Second Opinion

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

It’s Sew Easy

Lidia’s Kitchen

11:30 am

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television

Dream of Italy

Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Celebrations

History Detectives

9/7 Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets: King George III and IV & The Napoleonic War 9/14 Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets: The Romanovs & The Russian Revolution 9/21 Secrets of the Royal Servants 9/28 America’s Last Little Italy: The Hill

9/1 Voice of America: Lowell Thomas and the Rise of Broadcast News 9/8 America’s Secret War MT   9/15 Playing for the World: 1904 Fort Shaw Indian Girls’ Basketball Team 9/22 Quakers: The Quiet Revolutionaries 9/29 Citizen Hearst: An American Experience Special, pt 1

9/2 Native America: Nature to Nations 9/9 Native America: Cities of the Sky 9/16 Native America: New World Rising 9/23 Pullman: America’s Hotel on Wheels 9/30 In Their Own Words: Jimmy Carter

9/3 Disrupted: How COVID-19 Changed Education 9/10 Objects and Memory 9/17 American Experience: Sandra Day O’Connor: The First 9/24 Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story

1:00 pm

Changing Seas

9/7 The Holstein Dilemma 9/14 Great White Shark: New Perspectives On An Ancient Predator 9/21 NOVA: Nature’s Fear Factor 9/28 Vaccination From the Misinformation Virus

9/1 When Whales Walked: Jouneys in Deep Time 9/8 Future of Work: The New Industrial Revolution 9/15 Future of Work: Futureproof 9/22 Future of Work: Changing Work, Changing Workers

MT   9/2 Trash Talk: Montana’s Recycling Challenge 9/9   That Changed the World: Speed 9/16   That Changed the World: Cities 9/23 Trains That Changed the World: Industry 9/30 Trains That Changed the World: Leisure

9/3 Big Ben: Saving the World’s Most Famous Clock, pt 3 9/10 NOVA: Extreme Animal Weapons 9/24 Great Performances: The Red Shoes

1:30 pm

Battleground Everglades Your Fantastic Mind

NOON 12:30 pm

9/2 Great Performances: Vienna Philharmonic Summer Night Concert 2021

begins 9/13

2:00 pm

9/6 The Directors: David Lean 9/13 The Directors: Vincente Minnelli 9/20 Walter Tevis: A Writer’s Gambit 9/27 The Directors: John Sturges

The Great British Baking Show

9/8 Margaret Mitchell: American Masters 9/15 Open A Book, Open The World: The 2021 Library of Congress National Book Festival Between the Covers  begins 9/22

9/9 Harry Potter: A History of Magic 9/16 Good Work: Masters of the Building Arts 9/23 Polka Across America 9/30 Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years

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

9/3 Dancing to Happiness with Darcey Bussell MT   9/10 Charlie Russell’s Old West 9/17 Saving Brinton: America Reframed


Montana PBS Kids Channel

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A M WE E KDAY

6:00 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 6:30 Ready Jet Go! 7:00 Peg + Cat 7:30 Super WHY! 8:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 8:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:00 Sesame Street 9:30 Elinor Wonders Why 10:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog (Reboot) 10:30 Dinosaur Train 11:00 Let’s Go Luna! 11:30 Nature Cat P M WE E KDAY

Noon Nature Cat 12:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 1:00 Molly of Denali 1:30 Hero Elementary 10 pm 2:00 Cyberchase 10:30 2:30 Pinkalicious & Peterrific 11 pm 3:00 Pinkalicious & Peterrific 11:30 3:30 Elinor Wonders Why mdnt 4:00 Donkey Hodie 12:30 ������ 4:30 Curious George (12:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood) 1 am ������5:00 Curious George (1am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood ) 1:30 5:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 2 am *6:00 Molly of Denali 2:30 6:30 Hero Elemantary 3 am 7:00 Wild Kratts 3:30 7:30 Wild Kratts 4 am 8:00 Odd Squad 4:30 8:30 Odd Squad 5 am 9:00 Arthur 5:30 9:30 Arthur *See right for Friday listings 6pm–9:30pm A M W E E K EN D 

6:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog (Classic) 6:30 WordWorld 7:00 Splash and Bubbles 7:30 Peep and the Big Wide World 8:00 Sid the Science Kid 8:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:00 Donkey Hodie 9:30 Elinor Wonders Why 10:00 Sesame Street 10:30 Super WHY! 11:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog (Reboot) 11:30 Pinkalicious & Peterrific P M WE E KE N D

Noon Dinosaur Train 12:30 Let’s Go Luna! 1:00 Martha Speaks 1:30 Nature Cat 10 pm 2:00 Cyberchase 10:30 2:30 WordGirl 11 pm 3:00 Hero Elementary 11:30 3:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum mdnt 4:00 Molly of Denali 12:30 4:30 Arthur 1 am 5:00 Odd Squad 1:30 5:30 Wild Kratts 2 am ������ 5:30 **See right for 6 pm ����� 9:30 Weekend Specials

New Movie from Arthur

Arthur’s First Day PREMIERES MONDAY, 9/6 Montana PBS–Kids Channel: Mon, 9/6 8am, 2pm, 9pm; Tue, 9/7 11:30am, 4:30pm; Wed, 9/8 7pm; Thu, 9/9 9:30am; Fri, Sat & Sun, 9/10, 9/11 & 9/12 7pm & 9pm Montana PBS–HD Channel: Mon, 9/6 7am; Wed, 9/8 4:30pm; Fri, 9/10 4pm

It’s finally the first day of fourth grade and Arthur couldn’t be more excited— until he learns Buster is in another class! Meanwhile, D.W. is nervous for her first day of kindergarten. Will Arthur and D.W. be able to make new friends? Find out how they navigate new teachers, new friends and new adventures in this one-hour movie event.

**Weekend specials Fri, Sat & Sun 9/3, 9/4 & 9/5 6pm Curious George 2: Follow that Monkey 7:30pm Sid the Science Kid: The Movie 9pm Pinkalicious & Peterrific: Cupid Call it Quits Fri, Sat & Sun 9/10, 9/11 & 9/12 7pm & 9pm Arthur’s First Day (NEW Movie!) 8pm Arthur: D.W. and the Beastly Birthday Fri, Sat & Sun 9/17, 9/18 & 9/19 7pm & 9pm Wild Kratts: Cats and Dogs 8pm Wild Kratts Alaska: Hero’s Journey Fri, Sat & Sun 9/24, 9/25 & 9/26 7pm & 8:30pm Dinosaur Train: Adventure Island

Parents and Teachers . . . here’s something for you PBS Kids Video App:  For families on-the-go find videos from your favorite PBS KIDS series! The app offers full episodes on mobile and tablet devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Samsung TV and Chromecast. Back to School for Parents and Teachers: Help make the transition back to school easier and smoother. Take a moment to check out some of these timely resources that support social-emotional learning. For kid-friendly printables, planners and activities, visit the Back to School Hub on PBS KIDS for Parents: pbs.org/parents/back-to-school. Parents, you’ll also find many helpful and informative articles on that site. Educators, for classroom-ready resources, visit the Back to School Collection on PBS LearningMedia: pbslearningmedia.org/collection/back-to-school-collection. Montana PBS Learn at Home, Too!: https://www.montanapbs.org/learnathome/ This Fall, Montana PBS continues its commitment to make resources available to every Pre-K through 12 student and teacher who needs educational resources for learning at home, whether it’s for a few days, or throughout the academic year. Enjoy award-winning children’s programming every weekday morning and afternoon for children ages 3-8, plus selected programs broadcast from 12noon to 3pm for kids 9 and older for which we’ve created digital curriculum-aligned lesson plans and bonus resources available online. Contact our Education team to learn how to get the most out of Montana PBS Learn at Home, Too! (See Page 6)


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A–Z Listing ABC The American Woodshop Wed 2am; Tue 6am, noon; *Weekend Showcase: Wooden Puzzles 9/3 11:30pm; 9/4 12:30pm; 9/5 2:30pm; 9/9 7:30pm; 9/10 12:30am America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated  Sat mdnt, 2pm; Thu & Sat 1:30am; Wed & Fri 7:30am, 10:30am, 2:30pm; Mon, Wed, Fri 1:30pm; Mon & Fri 6pm; Mon & Wed 9:30pm; Sun & Mon 10:30pm; Sun 11pm Ask This Old House  Tue, Thu, Sat 2:30am; Sat 6am, 1:30pm; Mon, Wed, Fri 6:30am, 12:30pm Ask This Old House: Kitchen Upgrades  9/27 6:30am, 12:30pm; 9/28 2:30am; 9/29 6:30am, 12:30pm; 9/30 2:30am Ask This Old House: Rethinking A Garden  9/6 6:30am, 12:30pm; 9/7 2:30am; 9/8 6:30am, 12:30pm; 9/9 2:30am; 9/10 6:30am, 12:30pm; 9/11 2:30am, 6am, 1:30pm Ask This Old House: Ultimate Garage Workshop  9/20 6:30am, 12:30pm; 9/21 2:30am; 9/22 6:30am, 12:30pm; 9/23 2:30am; 9/24 6:30am, 12:30pm; 9/25 2:30am, 6am, and 1:30pm Beads, Baubles and Jewels  Thu 4:30am; *Weekend Showcase: A Breath of Fresh Air 9/3 10:30pm; 9/4 11:30am; 9/5 1:30pm; 9/8 7:30pm; 9/9 12:30am 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; Mon–Fri 9:30am; Wed & Sat 7pm; Sat 7:30pm; *Weekend Showcase: Red Sunset 9/3 10pm; 9/4 11am; 9/5 1pm; 9/8 7pm; 9/9 mdnt Born to Explore with Richard Wiese  Mon 9pm Canvasing the World with Sean Diediker  Wed 8am, 3pm, 9pm A Chef’s Life  Sweet Corn & Expensive Tea 9/17 7am, 10am, 2pm; 9/18 1am, 11pm • Strawberry Stay at Home 9/22 7am, 10am, 2pm; 9/23 1am; 9/25 10:30pm • Pimp My Grits 9/24 7am, 10am, 2pm; 9/25 1am, 11pm • Cracklin’ Kitchen 9/29 7am, 10am, 2pm; 9/30 1am Christina Cooks: Back to the Cutting Board  Sun & Mon 3am; Sun 7am; Sat 11:30pm Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television  Sat 4:30pm; Tue & Thu 6pm, 10:30pm Ciao Italia  Wed & Fri 1am; Tue & Thu 7am, 10am, 2pm; Sat 9:30pm, 10pm Classical Stretch: By Essentrics  Sat 4am; Sun 4:30am, 6am Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique  Sun 4am, 6:30am Classic Woodworking  Fri 2am; Thu 6am, noon Cook’s Country  Tue & Thu 1:30pm, 9:30pm; Sat 2:30pm; Mon, Wed, Fri 5:30pm; Mon & Wed 11:30pm A Craftsman’s Legacy  *Weekend Showcase: The Clockmaker 9/3 9pm; 9/4 10am; 9/5 noon; 9/7 7pm; 9/8 mdnt

Cycle Around Japan Highlights Fri 8am, 3pm

DEF Dining with the Chef Mon 7am Dishing with Julia Child  The Whole Fish Story 9/18 5pm • The Good Loaf 9/23 5pm, 11pm • Your Own French Onion Soup 9/25 5pm • Boeuf Bourguignon 9/30 5pm, 11pm Dream of Italy: Travel, Transform and Thrive  9/4 8pm; 9/5 2am Essential Pepin  Tue 1am; Mon 10am, 2pm; Sat 9pm Family Plot: Gardening in the Mid-South  Fri 4:30am Field Trip with Curtis Stone Wed 5pm, 11pm Fit to Eat  Mon 7:30am, 2:30pm Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting  Sat 5am For Your Home  Fri 4am

GHI Garage with Steve Butler *Weekend Showcase: Foosball 9/3 7:30pm; 9/4 8:30am; 9/5 10:30am, 7:30pm; 9/6 12:30am Garden SMART  Sun 9:30am George Hirsch Lifestyle  Sun & Tue 5:30pm; Tue 11:30pm The Great British Baking Show  *Weekend Showcase: Cakes 9/10 7pm–11pm; 9/11 8am–12pm; 9/12 10am–2pm; 9/12 – 9/16 7pm; 9/13 – 9/17 mdnt Growing A Greener World  Sat 7:30am Growing Passion  Thu 4am Happy Yoga with Sarah Starr  Sat 4:30am How She Rolls  Sat 12:30am; Sun 3pm; Mon–Fri 4:30pm, 6:30pm; Mon–Thu 10pm through 9/21 It’s Sew Easy  Sun 5am

JKL 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 Knit and Crochet Now  Wed 5am, 11am, 1pm; *Weekend Showcase: Casual Hoodies 9/3 7pm; 9/4 8am; 9/5 10am, 7pm; 9/6 mdnt Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop  Sat 5:30am Legacy List with Matt Paxton  Sun & Mon 1am; Mon 4am; Sat, Sun 6pm Let’s Go, Minnesota!  Mon 8am, 3pm Lidia’s Kitchen  Sun 4:30pm; Wed 6pm, 10:30pm

MO Make48 Wed 4:30am Make It Artsy  Wed 4am; *Weekend Showcase: Your Techniques 9/3 9:30pm; 9/4 10:30am; 9/5 12:30pm; 9/7 7:30pm; 9/8 12:30am

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PHOTO COURTESY HOLACANTHUS FILM, LTD. AND APT

Winemaker Andrea Matrone has reworked his grandfather’s vineyard to benefit from the rich volcanic soil on Vesuvio.

New Season Begins on CREATE

Passion Italy: Season 2 BEGINS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, WEDNESDAYS 8:30AM, 3:30PM & 8:30PM

Featuring sculptors, chefs, winemakers, puppeteers, fine artists, museum curators, preservationists, actors, musicians and more—these Italian craftsmen and women are preserving the artistic traditions that give Italy its old-world character. “Passion Italy” is a halfhour travelogue series that presents Italy through the passions of its people. Host Alessandra Poli lays out authentic, inexpensive Italian adventures for travelers who want to experience the spirit of the true Italian artisans—those who live to create, and put quality and pride before profit and fame. (See other Highlights listed below.)

Create Weekend Showcases Fri. 7pm–midnight; Sat. 8am–1pm; Sun. 10am–3pm Sept. 3 – 5 Handmade Sept. 10 – 12 Great British Cakes Sept. 17 – 19 Pati’s Food and Fiesta Sept. 24 - 26 This Old House Create

Showcase:

New York City House CREATE TV SEPTEMBER HIGHLIGHTS Sept. 1 Passion Italy Sept. 14 American Woodshop Sept. 17 Pati’s Mexican Table Sept. 24 This Old House Create Showcase:

New York City House Sept. 29 Lidia’s Kitchen Sept. 30 Quilting Arts


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

Maria’s Portuguese Table Wed & Fri 1:30am; Tue & Thu 7:30am, 10:30am, 2:30pm; Sun 9:30pm, 10pm My World Too  Tue 4:30am Outside: Beyond the Lens  Thu 8am, 3pm, 9pm

PQR Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Tue 5:30am, 11:30am Painting with Paulson  Thu 5:30am, 11:30am Painting with Wilson Bickford  Wed 5:30am, 11:30am; *Weekend Showcase: Moonlit Pines 9/3 8pm; 9/4 9am; 9/5 11am; 9/6 7pm; 9/7 mdnt 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 Passion Italy  Wed 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm Pati’s Mexican Table  Thu & Sat 5:30pm; Thu 11:30pm; *Weekend Showcase: 9/17 7pm–11:30pm; 9/18 8am–12:30pm; 9/19 10am–2:30pm; 9/19 – 9/23 7pm, 7:30pm; 9/20 – 9/24 mdnt, 12:30pm Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen  Spanish Smoke 9/1 7am, 10am, 2pm; 9/2 1am; 9/4 10:30pm • Out of Africa 9/3 7am, 10am, 2pm; 9/4 1am, 11pm • The Best Kept Secrets of European Grilling 9/8 7am, 10am, 2pm; 9/9 1am; 9/11 10:30pm • Fired Up, Down Under 9/10 7am, 10am, 2pm; 9/11 1am, 11pm • Primal Grills for a

Crowd 9/15 7am, 10am, 2pm; 9/16 1am; 9/18 10:30pm Quilting Arts Tue & Thu 5am, 11am, 1pm; *Weekend Showcase: Natural Element 9/3 11pm; 9/4 noon; 9/5 2pm; 9/9 7pm; 9/10 mdnt Real Rail Adventures: Swiss Grand Tour  9/12 8pm; 9/13 2am Real Rail Adventures: Swiss International Hubs  9/5 8pm; 9/6 2am Real Rail Adventures: Swiss Winter Magic  9/11 8pm; 9/12 2am Real Rail Adventures: Switzerland  9/18 8pm; 9/19 2am Rick Steves Cruising the Mediterranean  9/19 8pm; 9/20 2am Rick Steves Egypt: Yesterday & Today  9/25 8pm; 9/26 2am Rick Steves’ Europe  Tue–Sat 3am; Mon–Fri 9am; Mon–Sat 4pm; Mon– Thu 8pm Rick Steves European Festivals  9/26 8pm; 9/27 2am

ST Samantha Brown’s Places to Love Fri 8:30am, 3:30pm Sara’s Weeknight Meals  Sun & Tue 5pm; Tue 11pm Seeing the USA  Mon 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm Simply Ming  Sun 3:30pm; Mon & Fri 5pm; Mon 11pm; Masaharu Morimoto 9/2 7pm; 9/3 mdnt • Sara Moulton 9/2 7:30pm; 9/3 12:30am • On the Road - Amsterdam 9/1 7pm; 9/2 mdnt • On the Road - Strasbourg 9/1 7:30pm; 9/2 12:30am Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire  Thu, Sat 5pm & Thu 11pm through 9/16

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tasteMAKERS Sun 4pm This Old House  Tue, Thu, Sat 2am; Mon, Wed, Fri 6am, noon; Sat 6:30am, 1pm This Old House Create Showcase: New York City House  *Weekend Showcase: 9/24 7pm–11:30pm; 9/25 8am–12:30pm; 9/26 10am–2:30pm; 9/26 – 9/30 7pm, 7:30pm; 9/27 – 10/01 mdnt, 12:30pm This Old House: Generation Next  9/6 6am, noon; 9/7 2am; 9/8 6am, noon; 9/9 2am; 9/10 6am, noon; 9/11 2am, 6:30am, 1pm This Old House: Rebirth of Detroit  9/20 6am, noon; 9/21 2am; 9/22 6am, noon; 9/23 2am; 9/24 6am, noon; 9/25 2am, 6:30am, 1pm This Old House: Return to Paradise  9/27 6am, noon; 9/28 2am; 9/29 6am, noon; 9/30 2am To Dine for with Kate Sullivan  Tue 1:30am; Mon 10:30am; Sun 9pm Trails to Oishii Tokyo  Sun 8am Two for the Road  Tue 8am, 3pm, 9pm

WY Weekends with Yankee *Weekend Showcase: Handmade In New England 9/3 8:30pm; 9/4 9:30am; 9/5 11:30am; 9/6 7:30pm; 9/7 12:30am Woodsmith Shop  Wed & Fri 2:30am; Tue & Thu 6:30am, 12:30pm Wyland’s Art Studio  Sun 5:30am Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom  Sat 12:30am; Mon–Fri 4:30pm, 6:30pm; Mon–Thu 10pm begins 9/22


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Airtimes in black appear on Montana PBS-HD, airtimes listed in grey [like this] air on Montana PBS-World channel. Check p. 2 for channels in your area. 10 Homes That Changed America [9/7 noon]

10 Parks That Changed America [9/7 1pm]

10 Towns That Changed America [9/7 2pm] MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk 

Jack Gladstone 9/9 7pm; 9/11 10pm; 9/13 2am • Wade Montgomery Band 9/23 7pm; 9/25 10pm; 9/27 2am MT 3 Miles an Hour 9/12 10am; 9/16 7pm; 9/20 2am

ABC ACL Presents: 50 Years of Asleep at the Wheel: A Retrospective 9/25 11pm; 9/27 1am Across the Pacific  Airborne [9/23 5pm, 10pm; 9/24 6am] • Latin Laboratory [9/23 6pm, 11pm; 9/24 7am] • Another Ocean [9/23 7pm; 9/24 mdnt, 8am] Alzheimer’s: The Caregiver’s Perspective  [9/7 7pm, 11pm; 9/8 7am; 9/11 9pm; 9/12 1am, 8am, 4pm]

Amanpour and Company Mon–Fri starts 10:30pm-11pm except 9/20 – 9/22 [Tue-Sat 2am; Mon–Fri 10am begins 9/6]

American Creed [9/3 2pm] American Experience  Sandra Day O’Connor: The First 9/13 8pm; 9/15 1am; 9/17 noon [9/17 6pm, 11pm; 9/18 7am, 1pm]

American Masters Oliver Sacks: His Own Life [9/8 noon] • Walter Winchell: The Power of Gossip [9/8 2pm] • How It Feels to Be Free [9/3 noon] American Stories: Race Amity and the Other Traditions  The Preacher and the Rabbi: Rev. Martin Luther King and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel [9/12 6pm, 10pm; 9/13 6am; 9/14 3am, 9am] • The General and the Quaker:

Harriet Tubman and Thomas Garrett

[9/12 6:30pm, 10:30pm; 9/13 6:30am; 9/14 3:30am, 9:30am] • The Low Country

Teacher and The Liberal Hillbilly: Septima Clark and Myles Horton [9/12 7pm, 11pm; 9/13 7am; 9/15 3am, 9am] • Godmothers of Race Amity: Mary McLeod Bethune and Eleanor Roosevelt [9/12 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 9/13 7:30am; 9/15 3:30am, 9:30am] • Amity and Brotherhood for

Education: Booker T. Washington and Julius Rosenwald [9/12 8pm; 9/13 mdnt, 8am; 9/16 3am, 9am]

The American Woodshop Sat 12:30pm America ReFramed  [Sun mdnt, 7am, 3pm; Wed 6am; Fri 1pm; Tue 6pm, 10pm; Sat 8pm]

America’s First Forest: Carl Schenck and the Asheville Experiment 9/14 4am America’s Heartland  Sun 8:30am America’s Last Little Italy: The Hill  9/28 noon America’s Secret War  9/8 noon America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated  Sat 11am

Animal Babies: First Year on Earth [Testing Limits [9/1 3am, 9am] • New Frontiers [9/2 3am, 9am] Antiques Roadshow  Churchill Downs Racetrack, hr 1 9/2 4am • Churchill Downs Racetrack, hr 2 9/2 5am • Churchill Downs Racetrack, hr 3 9/6 7pm; 9/9 5am • Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, hr 1 9/6 8pm; 9/16 5am • Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, hr 2 9/13 7pm; 9/23 5am • Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, hr 3 9/27 7pm; 9/30 5am Arctic Dance: The Mardy Murie Story  10/1 4am Art & Design in Chicago  Sun 2:30am Arthur  Mon–Fri 4:30pm except 9/17 & 9/24 Arthur’s First Day  9/6 7am; 9/8 4:30pm; 9/10 4pm Articulate with Jim Cotter  Sun 11pm except 9/19 [Sun 10am] Asia Insight  [Tue 4:30am, 11:30am] Ask This Old House  Spring Projects: Paint, Prune, Spigots 9/11 4:30am, noon Ask This Old House: Kitchen Upgrades  9/25 4:30am, noon Ask This Old House: Rethinking a Garden  9/4 4:30am, noon Ask This Old House: Ultimate Garage Workshop  9/18 4:30am, noon Austin City Limits  Ray Wylie Hubbard 9/4 10:38pm; 9/6 1am • The Very Best of John Prine 9/11 11pm; 9/13 1am • John Legend & The Roots: Wake Up! 9/18 10:20pm; 9/20 1am MT Back from the Brink: Montana’s Wildlife Legacy  Pt 1 9/20 4am • Pt 2 9/21 4am MT Backroads of Montana  Eureka to Big Sandy 9/4 5pm; 9/30 7:30pm • Capitol Rock & Community Folk 9/8 5:30am • Two Dot to Fishtail 9/11 5pm • Places of Note 9/15 5:30am • Anaconda to Comertown 9/18 5pm • Rockets, Peaks and Poets 9/22 5:30am • Coming Home 9/25 5pm • Comin’ Round The Mountain 9/29 5:30am • Fort Peck to Ovando 9/30 7pm Battleground Everglades  Glades Warriors 9/6 1:30pm BBC World News  Mon–Wed, Fri 10pm; Thu 10:30pm [Mon–Fri 4am, 9:30pm] BBC World News America  [Mon–Fri 3:30pm]

BBC World News Outside Source Mon–Thu 5:30pm BBC World News Today  Fri 5:30pm Beecham House on Masterpiece  Sun mdnt except 9/5 12:05am The Best of Sewing with Nancy  Sat 1:30pm The Best of the Joy of Painting  Sat 10am Between the Covers  Marcus Zusak 9/22 2pm • Lisa See 9/29 2pm Beyond a Year in Space  [9/1 11am] Beyond The Canvas  Visionaries of the Arts [9/1 2pm] • Women of Wonder [9/1 2:30pm] • Modern Mexico [9/19 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 9/20 7:30am]

Big Ben: Saving the World’s Most Famous Clock Episode 3 9/3 1pm Black Ballerina  [9/4 5pm; 9/6 2am] Black in Blue  9/24 3am Breaking through the Clouds: The First Women’s National Air Derby  10/1 2:30am Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed the World  The Telescope [9/15 noon] • The Airplane [9/15 1pm] • The Robot [9/15 2pm] • The Car [9/16 noon] • The Rocket 9/16 1pm • The Smartphone [9/16 2pm] Building the American Dream 

[9/16 7pm; 9/17 mdnt, 8am; 9/20 2am; 9/21 3am, 9am]

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions Mapping Business in China 9/5 11:30pm • Decisions 9/12 11:30pm The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!  Sun 5:30am Changing Seas  Mon 1pm MT Charlie Russell’s Old West  9/5 10am; 9/10 2pm The Chavis Chronicles  [Sun 9am] A Chef’s Life  Sun 5pm Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television  Mon 11:30am Citizen Hearst: An American Experience Special  Pt 1 9/27 8pm; 9/29 1am, noon [9/30 6pm, 11pm] • Pt 2 9/28 8pm; 9/30 1am; 10/1 noon The Civic Life of Nathaniel Colley  9/21 3:30am Civilizations  The Second Moment of Creation [9/27 noon] • How Do We Look? [9/27 1pm] • God and Art [9/27 2pm] • Encounters [9/28 noon] • Renaissances [9/28 1pm] • Paradise on Earth [9/28 2pm] • Color and Light [9/29 noon] • The Cult of Progress [9/29 1pm] • What Is Art (Good for)? [9/2 10am; 9/29 2pm] Classical Stretch: By Essentrics  Tue & Thu 10:30am Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique  Mon, Wed, Fri 6am Class of COVID  [9/3 5pm, 10pm; 9/4 6am, noon]

Clifford the Big Red Dog Sun 6am; 9/17 & 9/24 4:30pm Closer to Truth  [Fri 4:30am, Fri 11:30am except 9/3]

Colorado Experience [Sun 11am] Company Town  [9/2 7pm; 9/3 mdnt, 8am; 9/5 9pm; 9/6 1am, 9am]

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Fri 11:30pm [Sat 4:30am, 9am; Tue 11am] Cook’s Country  Sat 3:30pm Corporate Welfare: Where’s the Outrage: A Personal Exploration by Johan Norber  [9/5 5pm; 9/6 3am] A Craftsman’s Legacy  Wed 5am Cuba: A Lifetime of Passion  [9/29 7pm; 9/30 mdnt, 8am]

Cuba: The Forgotten Revolution [9/24 5pm, 10pm; 9/25 6am, noon]

Cultivating the Wild 9/6 3am Curious George  Mon–Fri 7:30am

DEF Dancing to Happiness with Darcey Bussell 9/3 2am, 2pm Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood  Sat 5:30am; Mon-Fri 9:30am Daring Women Doctors: Physicians in the 19th Century  [9/23 2pm] Dinosaur Train  Sat 6:30am The Directors  Sidney Lumet 9/5 2:40pm • David Lean 9/6 2pm • Vincente Minnelli 9/13 2pm • John Sturges 9/27 2pm Direct Talk  [Mon-Fri 5:40am] Disrupted: How Covid-19 Changed Education  9/3 noon Doc World  Siqueiros: Walls of Passion [9/19 8pm; 9/20 mdnt, 8am] • Border South [9/26 8pm; 9/27 1am, 8am] Donkey Hodie  Sat 6am; Sun 7am; Mon-Fri 10am A Dream in Doubt  9/8 2am [9/11 5pm; 9/12 9pm; 9/13 1am, 9am; 9/16 8am]

Dream of Italy Tue 11:30am Dreams of Daraa  [9/13 6pm, 11pm; 9/14 7am; 9/19 3am]

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  [Wed 11:30am begins 9/8; Sun 1:30pm]

Eastland: The Shipwreck That Shook America 9/24 4am Elinor Wonders Why  Sat 9am; Mon-Fri 3pm Elizabeth Is Missing on Masterpiece  9/26 8pm; 9/28 1am Emma Goldman: American Experience  [9/3 10am; 9/5 7pm, 11pm; 9/6 7am; 9/8 3am, 9am]

Erma Bombeck: Legacy of Laughter 9/5 3:30pm; 10/1 2am Fake: Searching for Truth in the Age of Misinformation  9/29 3am Family Pictures USA  North Carolina [9/21 noon] • Detroit [9/21 1pm] • Southwest Florida [9/21 2pm] Fauci: The Virus Hunter  9/3 3am Firing Line with Margaret Hoover  Sun 9:30am; Fri 7:30pm [Sun 12:30pm; Sat 4:30pm except 9/18] MT The Fish Between the Falls 

9/19 10am Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Thu 11:30am France 24  [Mon-Fri 4pm] Freedom Writers: Stories from the Heart  [9/10 2pm] Front and Center  Dustin Lynch 9/4 1am • Brantley Gilbert 9/18 1am • Old Dominion 9/25 1am Frontline  America After 9/11 9/7 8pm [9/8 6pm, 11pm; 9/9 7am; 9/10 6pm, 11pm; 9/11 6pm, 10pm] • In the Shadow of 9/11

9/11 1am • Boeing’s Fatal Flaw 9/14 9pm [9/15 7pm; 9/16 mdnt]

Frozen Obsession [9/1 mdnt, 8am; 9/4 3am]


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Airtimes in black appear on Montana PBS-HD, airtimes listed in grey [like this] air on Montana PBS-World channel. Check p. 2 for channels in your area. Future of Work The New Industrial Revolution 9/1 9pm; 9/8 4am, 1pm [9/2 6pm, 11pm; 9/3 7am] • Futureproof 9/8 9pm; 9/15 4am, 1pm [9/9 6pm, 11pm; 9/10 7am] • Changing Work, Changing Workers 9/15 9pm; 9/22 4am, 1pm [9/16 6pm, 11pm; 9/17 7am]

GHI

Guilt on Masterpiece Episodes 1 & 2 9/5 8pm; 9/7 2am • Episodes 3 & 4 9/12 8pm; 9/14 2am Gullah Roots  [9/14 5pm; 9/15 mdnt, 8am; 9/18 3am; 9/19 9pm; 9/20 1am, 9am]

GZERO World with Ian Bremmer Wed mdnt [Wed 4:30am; Fri 11am except 9/3] The Happiness Machine  9/2 2:30am [9/17 2:30pm]

Garden SMART Sat 10:30am Generation 9/11  9/10 8pm [9/1 6pm,

11pm; 9/2 7am; 9/4 10am; 9/11 7am, 1pm]

The Gettysburg Story 9/16 3am MT Ghost Forests  9/20 3:30am The Good Road  [Tue mdnt, 8am; Fri 3am, 9am; Fri noon begins 9/10; Mon 7pm]

Good Work: Masters of the Building Arts 9/16 2pm Grantchester Season 5 on Masterpiece  Sun 10pm except 9/19 The Great American Read  Heroes [9/1 noon] • Villains & Monsters [9/1 1pm] The Great British Baking Show  Tue 2pm; Sun 4pm Great Estates Scotland  Dumfries [9/13 noon] • Kincardine [9/13 1pm] • Rosslyn [9/13 2pm] Great Performances  Vienna Philharmonic Summer Night Concert 2021 9/2 1am, 1:30pm • Yannick: An Artist’s Journey 9/3 8pm; 9/9 1am • The Red Shoes 9/17 8pm; 9/24 1pm Great White Shark: New Perspectives on an Ancient Predator  9/14 1pm

A Harpist’s Legacy: Ann Hobson Pilot and the Sound of Change 9/9 3am Harry Potter: A History of Magic  9/5 6pm; 9/7 4am; 9/9 2pm; 9/11 mdnt Hero Elementary  Sat 8:30am; Mon-Thu 4pm History Detectives  Mon noon History Detectives Special Investigations  Civil War Sabotage? [9/20 noon] • The Disappearance of Glenn Miller [9/20 1pm] • Texas Servant Girl Murders [9/20 2pm] The Holstein Dilemma  9/7 1pm Home Truth  [9/21 5pm; 9/22 mdnt, 8am; 9/25 3am; 9/27 6am]

How She Rolls 9/27 11:30pm How the Monuments Came Down  9/13 3:30am [9/15 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 9/16 6:30am; 9/18 10am]

Independent Lens T-Rex: Her Fight for Gold [9/4 6pm, 10pm] • Man on Fire [9/18 6pm, 10pm] • Black Memorabilia 9/25 [6pm, 10pm] • The Interpreters [9/13 5pm, 10pm; 9/14 6am; 9/19 2am]

Inside the Met The Birthday Surprise [9/6 noon] • All Things to All People? [9/6 1pm] • Love and Money [9/6 2pm]

Inside the Mind of Agatha Christie [9/14 2pm]

In Their Own Words Jimmy Carter 9/28 7pm; 9/30 noon • Elon Musk 9/29 7pm Ireland’s Wild Coast  [9/5 2am] • [9/5 3am]

Ireland with Michael Wed 11:30pm It’s Sew Easy  Thu 11am

KLM Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Celebrations Fri 11:30am Last of the Summer Wine  Fri 1am except 9/24; Sat 7pm Latino Americans  Foreigners in Their Own Land [9/18 7pm, 11pm] • Empire of Dreams [9/25 7pm, 11pm] The Latino Experience  Episode 1 [9/26 5pm, 10pm; 9/28 3am, 9am] • Episode 2 [9/26 6pm, 11pm; 9/29 3am, 9am] • Episode 3 [9/26 7pm; 9/27 mdnt; 9/30 3am, 9am]

The Laura Flanders Show [Sun 9:30am] The Lawrence Welk Show  Sat 6pm Let’s Go Luna!  Mon-Fri 3:30pm Lew Wallace: Shiloh Soldier, Ben-Hur Bard  9/16 1am Lidia’s Kitchen  Fri 11am Life from Above  Moving Planet 9/29 9pm Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul: Soulfire  9/18 11:20pm MT Live from Home: A Montana Music Home Video Special  9/2 7pm; 9/4 9:41pm; 9/6 2am

Lives Well Lived 9/23 3am Lorraine Hansberry: American Masters  [9/9 1pm] Lost River Sessions  Forlorn Strangers 9/4 11:35pm Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets  Kings George III and IV & The Napoleonic War 9/5 7pm; 9/7 1am, noon • The Romanovs & The Russian Revolution 9/12 7pm; 9/14 1am, noon • Elizabeth I: The Warrior Queen [9/22 noon] • Queen Anne: The Mother of Great Britain [9/22 1pm] • Marie Antoinette: The Doomed Queen [9/22 2pm] Major League Cuban Baseball  [9/25 5pm; 9/27 3am, 7am]

Making It in America [9/27 6pm, 11pm; 9/28 7am]

Marching Forward [9/30 noon] Margaret Mitchell: American Masters  9/2 3am; 9/4 mdnt; 9/6 4am; 9/8 2pm [9/9 noon]

Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years 9/26 3pm; 9/30 2pm Market to Market  Sat 3:30am; Sun 8am Mayo Clinic: Faith, Hope, Science  [9/23 noon]

McLeod’s Daughters Mon mdnt; Thu 8pm Miss Springmaid  9/17 3:30am Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood  Sun 6:30am MN Original  [Sun 10:30am] Molly of Denali  Mon-Fri 8:30am

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Airtimes in black appear on Montana PBS-HD, airtimes listed in grey [like this] air on Montana PBS-World channel. Check p. 2 for channels in your area. MT Montana AG Live The Mush-

room Show 9/5 11am • Montana Land Reliance 9/12 11am • Pollinator Gardens 9/12 6pm; 9/19 11am • Montana’s Ag Research Centers 9/19 6pm; 9/26 11am • Healthy & Happy Ponies 9/26 6pm Montana PBS Film Classics 12 Angry Men (1957) 9/4 8:03pm; 9/5 1pm • Hoosiers (1986) 9/11 8:03pm; 9/12 1pm • Nicholas Nickleby (2002) 9/18 8:03pm; 9/19 1pm • Shine (1996) 9/25 8:03pm; 9/26 1pm MotorWeek  Tue 11:30pm Muhammad Ali  Round One: The Greatest (1942-1964) 9/19 7pm, 9:30pm; 9/21 1am • Round Two: What’s My Name? (1964-1970) 9/20 7pm, 9pm; 9/22 1am • Round Three: The Rivalry (1970-1974) 9/21 7pm, 9pm; 9/23 1am • Round Four: The Spell Remains (1974-2016) 9/22 7pm, 9pm; 9/24 1am Murals of the Holocaust  9/22 2:30pm My Hero  Fri 1:30am except 9/24; Sat 7:30pm My Survivor  [9/7 5pm; 9/8 mdnt, 8am]

NOP Native America Nature to Nations 9/2 noon; 9/5 4am • Cities of the Sky 9/7 7pm; 9/9 noon; 9/12 4am • New World Rising 9/14 7pm; 9/16 noon; 9/19 4am Nature  Natural Born Rebels: Survival 9/1 7pm • Natural Born Rebels: The Mating Game 9/8 7pm • Remarkable Rabbits 9/15 7pm Nature Cat  Sat 7am The New Fly Fisher  Sat 4:30pm News Matters  9/30 3am Newsroom Tokyo  [Mon-Fri 5am] NHK Newsline  Tue-Fri 12:30am [Mon-Fri 4:30pm]

NOVA Nature’s Fear Factor 9/1 8pm; 9/21 1pm [9/2 5pm, 10pm; 9/3 6am] • Extreme Animal Weapons 9/8 8pm; 9/10 1pm [9/9 5pm, 10pm; 9/10 6am] • Bat Superpowers 9/15 8pm [9/16 5pm, 10pm; 9/17 6am]• The Cannabis Question 9/29 8pm [9/30 5pm, 10pm]

Objects and Memory 9/8 3am; 9/10 noon; 9/14 8pm [9/10 5pm, 10pm; 9/11 6am, noon]

Odd Squad Mon-Fri 5pm One Night in March  [9/12 8:30pm; 9/13 12:30am, 8:30am; 9/16 3:30am, 9:30am]

On Story [Sun 4am, 2:30pm] Open a Book, Open the World: The 2021 Library of Congress National Book Festival  9/15 2pm; 9/18 2am Open Mind  Fri mdnt [Sun 5:30am, 1pm; Mon 11:30am]

Orchestrating Change 9/9 3:30am Overheard with Evan Smith  [Mon 4:30am, 11am]

Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Wed 11:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell  Wed 11am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home  Sun 5am

Pati’s Mexican Table Mon 11am PBS NewsHour  Mon-Fri 6pm [Tue-Sat 1am; Mon-Fri 8pm]

PBS NewsHour Weekend Sat, Sun 5:30pm Peg + Cat  Sat 7:30am Piaf: Her Story, Her Songs  9/17 2am Pinkalicious & Peterrific  Sat 8am MT Playing for the World  The 1904 Fort Shaw Indian Girls’ Basketball Team 9/12 3pm; 9/15 noon Poetry in America  Skyscraper: Carl Sandburg [9/2 11am] • The Gray Heron: Galway Kinnell [9/2 11:30am] Polka Across America  9/23 2pm; 9/27 3am POV  The Song of the Butterflies [9/1 5pm, 10pm; 9/2 6am] • Voices of the Sea [9/18 4:30pm] • The Infiltrators [9/22 5pm, 10pm; 9/23 6am; 9/25 10am] • Landfall [9/22 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 9/23 7:30am] • Stateless [9/24 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 9/25 7:30am, 1:30pm] • America [9/27 5pm, 10pm; 9/28 6am]

POV Shorts Where I’m From 9/6 9pm; 9/8 1am [9/8 5pm, 10pm; 9/9 6am; 9/11 10am] • Cherish [9/26 9:30pm; 9/27 2:30am, 9:30am]

Pullman: America’s Hotel on Wheels 9/10 4am; 9/23 noon

QRS Quakers: The Quiet Revolutionaries 9/22 noon; 9/29 4am Queen of Swing  9/27 4am The Queen’s Garden  9/26 4am, 7pm Quilting Arts  Sat 2pm Raising Ms. President  9/15 3am Raul Julia: American Masters  [9/19 6pm, 10pm; 9/20 6am]

Ready Jet Go! Mon-Fri 6:30am Real Rail Adventures: Switzerland  9/3 5am Reel South  Muni [9/4 7:30pm, 11:30pm] • First Lady of the Revolution [9/5 8pm; 9/6 mdnt, 8am; 9/9 3am, 9am] • Unmarked [9/15 5pm, 10pm; 9/16 6am; 9/18 11:30am] • Fiesta Quinceanera [9/21 7pm, 11pm; 9/22 7am; 9/25 9pm; 9/26 1am, 8am, 4pm] • Santuario [9/28 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 9/29 7:30am] • Flat Town [9/30 2:30pm]

Re-Evolution The Cuban Dream  [9/29 5pm, 10pm; 9/30 6am] • The Embargo  [9/29 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 9/30 6:30am] • Salud  [9/29 6pm, 11pm; 9/30 7am] • Suenos  [9/29 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 9/30 7:30am]

Remembering Leonard Nimoy 9/25 mdnt Restoration Neon  9/22 3am The Restorers  Living History 9/23 4am • Aircraft Recovery 9/30 4am The Revolutionist: Eugene V. Debs  [9/6 5pm, 10pm; 9/7 6am; 9/12 2am]

Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story 9/24 noon

Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose Basel and Lucerne: Quest for the Crossroad  9/5 3am • Costa Rica: Quest for Pura Vida  9/12 3am • Pearl River Delta: Quest for Harmony  9/19 3am Rick Steves’ Europe  Sat 3pm Rick Steves Hunger and Hope: Lessons from Ethiopia and Guatemala  9/17 4am The Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo  [9/28 5pm; 9/29 mdnt, 8am] River City Drumbeat  [9/30 1pm] Rudy Maxa’s World: Escape to French Polynesia  9/26 3am MT The Rundown with Beth Saboe  Enemy on Our Shores 9/26 10:30am Samantha Brown’s Places to Love  Tue mdnt Sammy Davis, Jr.: American Masters  9/24 8pm; 9/28 3am Saving Brinton: America Reframed  9/17 2pm A Sculpted Life  9/29 2:30pm Seats at the Table  [9/3 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 9/4 6:30am, 12:30pm]

Second Opinion Tue 11am [Thu 11:30am] Second Opinion with Joan Lunden  [Sat 4am, 9:30am]

Secrets of the Royal Servants 9/19 3:17pm; 9/21 noon; 9/25 2am Sesame Street  Mon-Fri 9am Shaw Rising  [9/3 7pm; 9/4 mdnt, 8am, 2pm]

Shelter Me Tue 5am Shiloh: The Devil’s Own Day  9/16 2:30am Silent Sacrifice: Stories of Japanese American Incarceration  9/10 2am Sit and Be Fit  Mon, Wed, Fri 10:30am Song of the Mountains  Mon 5am Sousa on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum  9/13 3am Southern Belle  9/16 4am Start Up  Divinia Water: Idaho Falls, ID [9/19 11:30am] • Tru Colors Brewery: Wilmington, NC [9/26 11:30am] Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire  Sat 4pm Stories from the Stage  [Tue 12:30am,

8:30am; Fri 3:30am, 9:30am, Fri 12:30pm except 9/3; Mon 7:30pm • Can’t Pick Your Family 09/25 11:30am]

Story in the Public Square Thu mdnt [Thu 4:30am; Thu 11am begins 9/9]

Summoned: Frances Perkins and the General Welfare [9/5 6pm, 10pm; 9/6 6am; 9/7 3am, 9am]

TUV Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Bryan Stevenson [9/14 noon] • James Corden [9/14 1pm] This Old House  Generation Next 9/4 4am, 11:30am • Queen Anne Revival 9/11 4am, 11:30am • Rebirth of Detroit  9/18 4am, 11:30am• Return to Paradise  9/25 4am, 11:30am

To Catch A Comet [9/1 10am] To Dine for with Kate Sullivan  Mon 11:30pm through 9/20 To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 

[Sun 4:30am, noon; Sat 5am, 3pm; Wed 11am except 9/1]

Trains That Changed the World Fri 5am begins 9/10; Sun noon; Thu 1pm begins 9/9 MT Trash Talk: Montana’s Recycling Challenge  9/2 1pm; 9/20 3am; 9/26 10am Trauma Healers  [9/9 7pm; 9/10 mdnt, 8am; 9/11 3am, 11am; 9/13 2am]

Travel Detective Qatar’s State of the Art Airport 9/26 11:30pm Unladylike2020: American Masters  [9/3 11am; 9/24 2pm]

Vaccination from the Misinformation Virus 9/3 4am; 9/28 1pm Vanishing Chinatown: The World of the May’s Photo Studio  [9/14 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 9/15 7:30am; 9/18 9:30pm; 9/19 1:30am, 8:30am, 4:30pm]

Variety Studio: Actors on Actors Nicole Kidman & Chris Rock [9/12 5pm; 9/13 3am] • Ewan McGregor & Pedro Pascal [9/12 5:30pm; 9/13 3:30am] • Kaley Cuoco & Elizabeth Olsen [9/19 5pm; 9/20 3am] • Gillian Anderson & Elisabeth Moss [9/19 5:30pm; 9/20 3:30am] Vera  Sun 1am; Thu 9pm MT The Violin Alone  9/4 2am VOCES on PBS  Porvenir, Texas [9/17 5pm, 10pm; 9/18 6am, noon; 9/22 3am, 9am] • Adios Amor: The Search for Maria Moreno [9/20 5pm, 10pm; 9/21 6am; 9/26 2am] • The Pushouts [9/20 6pm, 11pm; 9/21 7am; 9/23 3am, 9am; 9/26 3am]

Voice of America: Lowell Thomas and the Rise of Broadcast News 9/1 noon

WXY Waging Change [9/6 6pm, 11pm; 9/7 7am; 9/12 3am]

Wai Lana Yoga Sat 5am Walter Tevis: A Writer’s Gambit  9/18 mdnt; 9/20 2pm Washington Week  Sat 3am; Sun 9am; Fri 7pm [Sun 5am; Sat 5:30am, 3:30pm] Weekends with Yankee  Sat 2:30pm When Whales Walked: Journeys in Deep Time  9/1 1pm Wild Kratts  Mon-Fri 8am; Sat 9:30am Wild Metropolis  Residents [9/2 noon] • Commuters [9/2 1pm] • Survivors [9/2 2p]

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