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When Notre Dame Cathedral caught fire in 2019, Paris came perilously close to losing more than 800 years of history. As engineers rebuild, researchers use cutting-edge technology to piece together what happened and restore the cathedral.

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Keeping the Barn MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9  8PM  Also 11/12 7pm; 11/15 10am; 11/16 2am; 11/28 8pm

The story of Montana’s barns is a personal one. The buildings hold more than just feed and livestock. They remain an iconic part of the Montana landscape. Livelihoods and lives depended on their quality and durability. The barns of Montana are beautiful symbols of hard work and ingenuity and a reflection of the families who use them. Like everything in America, the barn is a melting pot of ideas and styles. As immigrants settled in Montana, they brought their building expertise. The English barn is the grandfather of the American barn and that is also true in Montana. The Finns and Norwegians crafted intricately notched log barns. The Croatians dazzled with their precise stone work. Now, over a century later, these barns are just some of the examples still standing tall across the Montana landscape. This one-hour program showcases the rich heritage and personal stories connected to the barns of Montana, follows one family as a community rallies to help them preserve and maintain their historic barn, and travels to the state’s farms and ranches to show a variety of examples and meet the families so closely connected to these labors of love. The barns of Montana are forever built into the emotional connection between the people and the land. PHOTOS COURTESY MONTANAPBS

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Rundown with Jackie Coffin: Montana’s Search for the Cure  It’s a race against time

MontanaPBS Candidate Profiles: Vote 2020: Race for the Governor’s Office  Meet the

for Montana scientists searching for answers about the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed many thousands of Americans and infected millions more. Travel to laboratories around the state with Jackie Coffin and learn about vaccines, gene therapy, virus tracing and more from some of Montana’s brightest minds. Airs 11/1 10am, 11/2 2:30am

three candidates vying for governor: Democrat Mike Cooney, Republican Greg Gianforte, and Libertarian Lyman Bishop. Airs 11/1 11pm, 11/2 2am

Home to Montana  This 30-minute production was filmed in September 1987 on location in Fort Peck and the surrounding area. M.R. ‘Monty’ Montgomery, a feature writer for the Boston Globe, is featured.Airs 11/1 10:30am, 11/5 7:30pm, 11/9 2:30am

Back from the Brink: Montana’s Wildlife Legacy, pt 1  The depletion of Montana’s wildlife during the 1800s and the beginning of Montana’s conservation movement during the first half of the 20th century are chronicled. Airs 11/2 1pm

Back from the Brink: Montana’s Wildlife Legacy, pt 2   Montana citizens, state and federal agencies and universities worked together to take action in restoring the state’s once abundant big game and furbearer populations.Airs 11/3 1pm

Business: Made in Montana  Featured businesses include Bozeman Green Build, Happy Dog Beer, DAYSPA Basics, Mustard Seed Sauce and Dressing Company, and Notice Custom Snowboards. Airs 11/5 12:30pm A Timeless Legacy: Women Artists of Glacier National Park  In 1928, one would not expect to find a woman artist with an easel and forty-five pound pack on her back hiking alone through the spring snow of Glacier National Park to paint. But, for almost a century women have been coming to one of the most ruggedly beautiful and culturally rich locations in Montana to capture the majesty of the landscape. A irs 11/6 2pm

Paradise and Purgatory: Hemingway of the L Bar T and St. V’s  Ernest Hemingway spent the summer and fall of 1930 hunting and fishing at the L Bar T, a dude ranch twelve miles south of Cooke City, MT. Although his vacation was initially a great success, it nearly ended in tragedy. Airs 11/8 10:30am

 Keeping the Barn  The story of Montana’s barns is a personal one. The buildings hold more than just feed and livestock. They remain an iconic part of the Montana landscape. Livelihoods and lives depended on their quality and durability. The barns of Montana are beautiful symbols of hard work and ingenuity and a reflection of the families who use them. This program showcases the rich heritage and personal stories connected to the barns of Montana. Airs 11/9 8pm, 11/12 7pm, 11/15 10am, 11/16 2am, 11/28 8pm 4 S TO RY, P. 3

Ordeal by Fire  “Ordeal By Fire” brings to life The Big Burn, the biggest forest fire in American history. In 1910, Italian and Irish immigrants, Black soldiers, prospectors, loggers, forest rangers, farmers, and railroad men working the mines and forests of the American Northwest ran up against the natural fire cycles of that harsh yet beautiful land. On the border between Idaho and Montana the Bitterroot Mountains caught fire, and on August 20 hurricane-force winds blew thousands of separate fires into one gigantic fire. Airs 11/12 12pm

Beef Trail: A Pioneering Montana Ski Area  The little-known story of the Butte Ski Club and its once-popular ski area, the “Beef Trail,” created by volunteers, many of them miners, in 1938. A number of innovative ideas and technologies pioneered by early members of the Butte Ski Club were later adapted by some of the West’s more popular ski areas. Airs 11/19 12pm

11th & Grant with Eric Funk: Dave Grusin  Legendary Grammy and Oscar winning film composer Dave Grusin performs selections from his vast library of original scores and time-honored jazz tunes. Grusin showcases his prowess in a memorable solo piano performance with music from Mulholland Falls, Random Hearts, The Milagro Beanfield War, and jazz classics from Bill Evans and Antonio Jobim. A irs 11/19 7pm, 11/21 10:07pm, 11/23 2am

Hidden Fire: The Great Butte Explosion  On a winter night in 1895, Butte’s first company of professional firefighters prepared to suppress the flames in a burning warehouse. They had no way of knowing that an illegal and enormous supply of explosive powder was burning inside. By morning, Butte’s unprecedented growth and development would have a darker side. Airs 11/22 10am The Last Artifact  Meet the scientists and metrologists around the world who worked to redefine the kilogram in 2018. The world’s base unit to measure weight, the kilogram was the last of the SI units still defined, not by a universal constant, but by a physical artifact—a man-made cylinder located at the International Bureau of Weights and Measurements in France. Airs 11/23 8pm, 11/26 3am

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 Saving the Burg: A Story of Love, Sweat and Beers  A deeply depressed former mining town in the 1980s, Philipsburg has spent three decades restoring its historic downtown and building an enviable reputation as Big Sky Country’s “Comeback Kid.” The inside story of how “love, sweat and beers” brought a community back from the brink. Airs 11/26 4:30pm  Montana on My Mind  Inspired by the best-selling book of the same name, this unforgettable portrait of Montana combines stunning film with inspiring quotes, music and commentary by Michael S. Sample. Airs 11/26 7pm, 11/28 4:30pm  Charlie Russell’s Old West  This documentary explores Montana cowboy artist Charlie Russell’s enduring legacy through extensive examples of his artistic body of work, commentary by scholars, biographers, and experts, and archival photographs and film. Russell used his art, sculpture and writing to tell the story of the transition of the Montana landscape from the open range to fences and plows. Airs 11/28 11am  Butte, America  Grounded in the dramatic personal stories of five generations of mining families, and narrated by Irish actor Gabriel Byrne, this program tells the tale of Butte, Montana. The community’s toughness, vitality and solidarity speak to what’s missing in America today, while raising profound questions about the costs and consequences of industrialization and use of natural resources. Airs 11/29 2pm


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Backroads of Montana

Montana Grape and Wine Producers 

Sharp Shooters  Meet a Great Falls woman

Mr. Bob Thaden, owner of the Tongue River Winery, and current president of the Montana Grape and Winery Association, will share with viewers how the industry has rapidly expanded in Montana. Airs 11/1 11am

with a sharp eye at the pool table and 100 years of stories. In Lincoln, attend a family-run, co-ed basketball tournament. An Alberton woman has patrolled the sidelines at the team’s games with her camera for decades. And in Billings, the “King of the One Armed Bandits” sells and restores antique slot machines. Airs 11/4 5:30am

Montana Grain Growers  Lola Raska, Executive Vice President for the Montana Grain Growers Association, will inform viewers how this association has helped make Montana’s grains a premier commodity worldwide. A irs 11/8 11am

Montana Organic Growers Organic production is becoming a significant part of Montana’s AG economy, including food products and fibers, along with things like cosmetics and household and industrial supplies. This week, Jamie Lockman, Executive Director for the Montana Organic Association, joins us to take a look at the role of this association in increasing Montana’s organic crop production. A irs Sunday, 11/22 11am

Hook, Line and Singer  A western Montana man has worked to improve access to the great outdoors. A highway accident left Chris Clasby a quadriplegic yet he still has a passion for hunting and fishing. A student at Stone Child College on the Rocky Boy Reservation has a unique approach to American Indian songs. And a Deer Lodge retired rancher shares his collection of home appliances which grew from necessity. Airs Saturday, 11/7 at 5pm

A Stone’s Throw from Anywhere Curlers slide into Havre for the annual bonspiel. Meet two young rodeo stars-in-the-making from Worden at the Little Britches Rodeo in Laurel. Hot Spring’s Troy DeRoche’s music that has taken him around the world. Airs 11/11 5:30am

Not Forgotten  A DeBorgia man left behind a legacy on film. A Toston woman wrote songs about what a cow was thinking. Judy Williams’ entertains. Traditions and family ties inspire Crow Indian artist Kevin Red Star. Airs 11/14 5pm

Rich With Tradition  Visit Virginia City, Ravalli, Bozeman and Glasgow. Airs 11/18 5:30am Making Connections  Iris Dodge records vanishing cowboy life in paint and poems. Butte hosts the annual Lineman’s Rodeo. In Jefferson City, visit Tizer Gardens and Arboretum. An 84-year-old woman still teaches dance classes in Kalispell. Airs 11/21 5pm Speed of Sound  A Baker man works to bring a growing shooting sport to Montana. Residents of Vida search for a mysterious sound. The Home Cafe in Conrad maintains a 60-year, Tuesday night turkey tradition. Visit the Garden of 1000 Buddhas near Arlee. Airs 11/25 5:30am

PBSNewsHour Election Night Coverage MontanaPBS Election Coverage TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3  BEGINS AT 6PM

Join MontanaPBS for live election night coverage Tuesday, November 3 beginning at 6pm.

Analyzing the 2020 Election  How Montanans Voted THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5  12PM, 7PM  Also 11/8 10am, 11/9 2am

What were the voting trends that led to Montana’s 2020 Election results? How big a factor did young first time voters play in the outcome? These are some of the questions explored as we go beyond the final vote totals. Carroll College Exit Polling provides insight from key counties across the state. Voters are also asked about a variety of topics including their trust in organizations and the media. MontanaPBS John Twiggs hosts along with analysts Alex Street from Carroll College and Christina Barsky from the University of Montana.

MontanaPBS Equal Time  MontanaPBS offers free television air-time to political candidates in several key, statewide races, for a clear and concise discussion of the issues. State Auditor: • Covid-19 Recovery11/1 2:57am Super’tdnt of Public Instruction: • Covid-19 Recovery11/1 5:27am • Common Core11/2 2:57am • School Choice11/2 11:57pm Attorney General: • Fraud Protection11/1 11:57am • States’ Rights11/2 5:57am • Public Land Access11/3 2:57am Supreme Court Justice: • Protecting the Accused11/1 6:57pm • Outside Precedent11/2 11:57am Secretary of State: • Same-Day Voting11/1 7:57pm • Public Land Access11/2 6:57pm State Auditor: • Public Land Access11/1 11:27pm • Health Insurance Cost11/2 7:57pm

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Main Listing SUNDAY

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A M E A R LY M O R N I N G 12:30 Bluegrass Underground: Lucero 12:30 WORLD Saving Brinton: America Reframed

1:00 Vera: Cuckoo 1:30 WORLD Walk

The Walk 2:00 WORLD Tightrope 2:30 Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions 2:57 MT MontanaPBS Equal Time: State Auditor: COVID-19 Recovery 3:00 Tunnel: Vengeance 4:00 Finding Your Roots: Black Like Me 4:59 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 5:27 MT MontanaPBS Equal Time: Super’tdnt of Public Instruction: COVID-19 Recover 5:31 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M A FT E R N O O N / E V E N I NG

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Bread” Watch as 11 bakers make 24 flatbreads for the signature bake. Eight-strand plaited loaf is made. TV-PG Lost

World: Unsettled: Seeking Refuge in America

9:00 Cobra “Episode 5” The Prime Minister is forced to consider more extreme measures to retain control over the country.  TV-14-VL 9:30 WORLD Sousa

on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum TV-G

1 0:00 We’ll Meet Again “Rescued from Mount St. Helens” Reunions of people whose lives crossed during the deadly Mount St. Helens eruption are showcased.  TV-PG

11:00 MT MontanaPBS Candidate Profiles “Vote 2020: Race for the Governor’s Office” Jackie Coffin profiles the three candidates in the Montana race for governor. 11:00 WORLD Racing

5:00 Chef’s Life “The Buttermilk Belt” Vivian discusses buttermilk at Maple View Dairy and tries to shoot a Christmas card picture.  TV-G 5:00 WORLD Growing

Native: Growing Native Northwest: Coast Salish TV-PG

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend TVPG

6:00 WORLD Nature:

Australian Bushfire Rescue TV-PG

6:57 MT MontanaPBS Equal Time “Supreme Court Justice: Protecting the Accused” Laurie Mickinnon and Mike Black are vying to sit on Montana’s Supreme Court. In regard to criminal defendants, both candidates were asked if a Supreme Court Justice should balance the rights of the accused against public safety in deciding cases.

7:00 Trouble with Maggie Cole Maggie continues her mission to right all of her wrongs with a tense visit to a local hairdresser.  TV-PG 7:00 WORLD Racing

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Australian Bushfire Rescue TV-PG

Brinton: America Reframed TV-G

6:00 Vintage Roads Great & Small 

Having just seen off a libel case, U.K. government minister Peter Laurence faces family scandals.  TV-14 4   S TO RY, P.

10:00 WORLD Nature:

3:00 WORLD Saving

4:00 WORLD America

8:00 Roadkill On Masterpiece “Episode 1”

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7:57 MT MontanaPBS Equal Time “Secretary of State: Same-Day Voting” Bryce Bennett (D) and Christi Jacobsen (R) are both vying to be Montana’s nest Secretary of State. Both candidates discuss their views on same day voting.

the Rez TV-G

11:27 MT MontanaPBS Equal Time “State Auditor: Public Land Access” Shane Morigeau (D), Troy Downing (R) and Roger Roots (L) are all vying to be Montana’s next State Auditor. As members of the State Land Board, these candidates discuss their views on public access and natural resource development.

11:30 Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions “Volunteer Tourism, pt 2” Burt continues to explore international volunteer tourism and focuses on the humanitarian issues.  TV-G

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A Swingin’ Sesame Street Celebration MDNT WORLD Doc World: Unsettled: Seeking Refuge In America 1:00 ACL Presents: 50 Years of Asleep at the Wheel: A Retrospective 1:30 WORLD Sousa on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum 2:00 MT MontanaPBS Candidate Profiles: Vote 2020: Race for the Governor’s Office 2:00 WORLD First Avenue: Closer to the Stars 2:30 MT The Rundown with Jackie Coffin: Montana’s Search for the Cure 2:57 MT MontanaPBS Equal Time: Super’tdnt of Public Instruction: Common Core

3:00 WORLD Growing

Native: Growing Native Northwest: Coast Salish 3:01 Dismantling Democracy 4:00 The Kennedy Half-Century 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith: Ten Years of Overheard: Thought Leaders 5:00 Song of the Mountains 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 5:57 MT MontanaPBS Equal Time: Attorney General: States’ Rights 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 We’re

Still Here TV-G

6:57 MT MontanaPBS Equal Time “Secretary of State: Public Land Access” Bryce Bennett (D) and Christi Jacobsen (R) are both vying to be Montana’s nest Secretary of State. As members of the State Land Board, both candidates discuss their views on public access and natural resource development.

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Election Collection” Explore political items across history from both sides of the aisle.  TV-G 7:00 WORLD Local,

USA: The Seven Generation River 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Cast Your Vote

7:57 MT MontanaPBS Equal Time “State Auditor: Health Insurance Cost” Shane Morigeau (D), Troy Downing (R) and Roger Roots (L) are all vying to be Montana’s next State Auditor. These candidates discuss the role of State Auditor in the cost of health insurance.

8:00 Frontline “The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden” The lives and characters of Joe Biden and Donald Trump are explored as they compete to be president.  TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

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

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD And

Now We Rise: A Portrait of Samuel Johns TV-G

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD We’re

Still Here TV-G


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11:30 The Future of America’s Past  TV-PG 11:57 MT MontanaPBS Equal Time “Super’tdnt of Public Instruction: School Choice” Melissa Romano (D), Elsie Arntzen (R) and Kevin Leatherbarrow (L) are all vying to be Montana’s next Superintendent of Public Instruction. These candidates discuss their views on charter schools and the school choice debate.

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USA: The Seven Generation River 12:01 Samantha Brown’s Places to Love 12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Cast Your Vote 1:00 Roadkill On Masterpiece: Episode 1 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Cobra: Episode 5 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 2:57 MontanaPBS Equal Time: Attorney General: Public Land Access 3:00 Indian Summers Season 2 On Masterpiece, pt 9 3:00 WORLD Love Wins Over Hate 4:00 India: Nature’s Wonderland 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 Ball of Confusion: The 1968 Election 5:00 WORLD Dw Global 3000 5:30 WORLD DW Focus On Europe 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EVENING

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00 PBS NewsHour Election Night Coverage “Election 2020” 6:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Moroni for President

6:57 MT MontanaPBS Election Coverage “November 3, 2020, Welcome pt 1”

4   S TO RY, P. 5 7:00 PBS NewsHour Election Night Coverage “Election 2020” 7:00 WORLD Local,

USA: The Mayors of

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7:57 MT MontanaPBS Election Coverage “November 3, 2020, Update pt 2”

4   S TO RY, P. 5 8:00 PBS NewsHour Election Night Coverage “Election 2020” 8:00 WORLD Love

Wins Over Hate TV-PG

8:57 MT MontanaPBS Election Coverage “November 3, 2020, Early Returns, pt 3”

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Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) are the most social primate as well as skillful tool-users.

Primates A Nature Miniseries WEDNESDAYS 7PM

Get to know the many species of primates, from the popular chimpanzee and gorilla, to the more obscure species like the snub-nosed monkey, the slow loris, the tarsier and much more.

Survival WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4  7PM  Also 11/6 1pm WORLD  11/8 6pm, 10pm; 11/9 6am

Discover the survival strategies used by primates, often in the most unexpected places.

Family Matters WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11  7PM  WORLD  11/15 6pm, 10pm; 11/16 6am

Family is everything for primates. Meet devoted monkey dads, playmate apes and tender troops.

Protecting Primates WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18  7PM  Also 11/20 1pm WORLD  11/22 6pm, 10pm; 11/23 6am

Meet the scientists making ground-breaking discoveries to safeguard primates’ future.

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COURTESY OF (C) THE FORGE - PHOTOGRAPHER: STEFFAN HILL

Duncan Nock (Iain De Caestecker), Peter Laurence (Hugh Laurie)

NEW S ER IES

Roadkill Masterpiece SUNDAYS 8PM

Ambition knows no bounds, nor does corruption in a political thriller written by David Hare and starring Hugh Laurie as a scheming UK government minister. Crime may not pay, but politics sure does.

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Episode 3

NOVEMBER 1  8PM  Also 11/3 1am

NOVEMBER 15  8PM  Also 11/17 1am

Having just seen off a libel case, Peter Laurence faces a pair of family scandals.

As everyone turns against him, Peter follows his motto: “keep moving forward.”

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Episode 4

NOVEMBER 8  8PM  Also 11/10 1am

NOVEMBER 22  8PM  Also 11/24 1am

Peter deals with a prison riot, an angry daughter and alarming contacts from a stranger.

9:00 PBS NewsHour Election Night Coverage “Election 2020” 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

3:00 WORLD Growing

The Day TV-G World News

9:56 MT MontanaPBS Election Coverage “November 3, 2020, Returns & Analysis, pt 4” 4   S TO RY, P. 5 10:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Moroni for President

1 0:05 BBC World News 1 0:34 MT MontanaPBS Election Coverage

Native: Growing Native Northwest: Coast Salish 4:00 India: Nature’s Wonderland 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 Craftsman’s Legacy 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Sharp Shooters 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

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5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

1 0:39 Amanpour and Company

6:00 PBS NewsHour

11:00 WORLD Local, USA: The Mayors of Shiprock

6:30 WORLD Independent

Conscience Point TV-PG

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Lens: Dawnland 12:05 GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 12:33 NHK Newsline 1:00 WORLD Love Wins Over Hate 1:02 Lorraine Hansberry: American Masters 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Indian Summers Season 2 On Masterpiece, pt 10

Survival strategies used by primates, often in the most unexpected places, are explored.  TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 7

8:00 NOVA “Colosseum: Roman Death Trap” One of the world’s most iconic buildings, the Colosseum is a monument to Roman imperial power.  TVPG-V

8:00 WORLD PBS

The Day TV-G World News

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

Tribal Justice TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “France: Bordeaux” Joseph tours the UNESCO World Heritage town of Bordeaux and small wine making villages.  TV-G

THURSDAY Lens:

7:00 Nature “Primates: Secrets of Survival” TV-G

9:30 WORLD BBC

Lens: Conscience Point TV-PG

PM EV EN ING

Hyundai Sonata Hybrid and the Porsche Macan Turbo are driven. 

9:00 WORLD DW

11:30 WORLD Independent

“November 3, 2020, Wrap-Up, pt 5”

11:37 MotorWeek The eco-friendly

With the prime minister in trouble, Peter makes a shocking announcement to the nation.

NewsHour

9:00 Secrets of the Dead “Abandoning The Titanic” A team investigates the identity of a captain of a “mystery ship” that turned away from the Titanic.  TV-PG

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Story in the Public Square: David Shimer NHK Newsline Great Performances at the Met: Akhnaten 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD Racing the Rez 4:00 Vintage Roads Great & Small 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Election Collection 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23


PBS Channel Guide p. 2 or www.montanapbs.org/broadcastarea 3:00 WORLD Local,

PM EVENING

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

of the Dead: Abandoning the Titanic TV-PG

7:00 MT How Montanans Voted “Analyzing the 2020 Election” Analyzing Montanans’ voting trends during the 2020 election. 4   S TO RY, P. 5 7:00 WORLD Secrets

of the Dead: World War Speed TV-14

7:30 MT Home to Montana At the center of this moving story is author and journalist M.R. “Monty” Montgomery, who was born in 1937 at Fort Peck, where his father was an inspector on the depression-era dam project. Montgomery left Montana as a child and returned in 1987 for his first visit home. As he searches for connections between Fort Peck of the depression era and Fort Peck today, Montgomery encounters a number of Fort Peck residents, including Thelma ‘Sis’ Bondy, Debbi Gagne, George Gallagher, George Nicholas, and Ron Wallem.

8:00 A Place to Call Home “The Prodigal Daughter” After 20 years in Europe, nurse Sarah Adams is returning to Australia to see her grieving mother. When her hopes for reconciliation go awry, Sarah contacts George Bligh, whose mother she had nursed on the transoceanic trip, for employment. His mother, however, has other ideas.  TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

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NewsHour

9:00 Vera “Cold River” 

TV-PG

9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G World News 10:00 WORLD NOVA: Colosseum: Roman Death Trap TV-PG-V 9:30 WORLD BBC

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

of the Dead: Abandoning the Titanic TV-PG

FRIDAY

NOVEMBER 6

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Open Mind: John Lewis and the

Third Reconstruction of the Dead: World War Speed 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: Spores 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours: Christmas 2017 2:00 MontanaPBS Film Classics: The Big Bounce 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company MDNT WORLD Secrets

USA: The Seven Generation River 3:30 New Orleans: The First 300 Years 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Cast Your Vote 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: What’s Strong Emergence? 5:00 Secrets of Britain’s Great Cathedrals 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

P M E VE NI NG

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Salute to Famous Musical Families” Anacani hosts. “Bye-Bye Love,” “We’ve Only Just Begun” and “Something Stupid” are performed.  TV-G 6:00 WORLD African

Americans: Many Rivers to Cross: Black Atlantic (1500-1800) TV-PG

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “Happy Birthday Robin Hood” 

TV-PG

7:00 WORLD African Americans: Many Rivers to

Cross: Age of Slavery (1800-1860) TV-PG-V

PM EV ENI NG

7:30 Still Open All Hours  TV-G

5:30 BBC World News Today

8:00 WORLD America

6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD Keep

Talking TV-G

7:00 Washington Week 7:00 WORLD First

Language: The Race to Save Cherokee TV-G

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 Great Performances “One Man, Two Guvnors” A muscian-turnedbodyguard tries to keep his two mobster clients apart in this 1960sera comedy.  TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 11 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour 9:00 WORLD DW The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 10:00 WORLD Rising Voices/Hothaninpi TV-G

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

SATURDAY

Talking TV-G

NOVEMBER 7

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

Language: The Race to Save Cherokee 12:30 Overheard with Evan Smith: Ten Years of Overheard: Entertainers 1:00 Trouble with Maggie Cole 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Great Old Amusement Parks 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Independent Lens: Dawnland 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion: Congenital Heart Disease 4:30 Ask This Old House 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

ReFramed: Moroni for President

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “The Bridge on the River Kwai” British POWs are forced to build a railway bridge for their Japanese captors during World War II.  TV-PG 9:00 WORLD Independent

Lens: Dawnland TV-PG 10:00 WORLD African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross: Black Atlantic (1500-1800) TV-PG

11:00 Austin City Limits “John Legend & The Roots: Wake Up!” Savor a special encore of protest soul classics from John Legend & the Roots’ Grammy-winning LP Wake Up! Originally broadcast in 2011, the hour-long episode features “Wake Up Everybody,” “Compared to What” and “Ordinary People.”  TV-PG 11:00 WORLD African Americans: Many Rivers to

Cross: Age of Slavery (1800-1860) TV-PG-V

SUNDAY

NOVEMBER 8

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Secrets of the Dead: The Nero Files MDNT WORLD America

ReFramed: Moroni for President 1:00 Vera: Cold River 1:00 WORLD Independent Lens: Dawnland 2:00 WORLD And Now We Rise: A Portrait of Samuel Johns 2:30 Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions 3:00 Margaret: The Rebel Princess 3:00 WORLD We’re Still Here 4:00 Finding Your Roots: Children of the Revolution 4:00 WORLD On Story: A Conversation with Jeff Nichols: Bringing History 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind: The Flight of Humane Poetics 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

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HD & World Channels MONDAY

P M A FT E R N O O N / E V E N I N G 3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed: Moroni for President

4:00 The Great British Baking Show “Tarts” The remaining 10 bakers try to wow Paul and Mary with unusual flavor combinations in tartes tartins. TV-PG 4:00 WORLD Secrets

of the Dead: World War Speed TV-14

5:00 Chef’s Life “Have Yourself Some Moonshine” Vivian visits broad slab distillery. AppleJack moonshine cocktails are prepared and enjoyed.  TV-G 5:00 WORLD Growing

Native: Growing Native Alaska: People of the North TV-PG

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:00 Vintage Roads Great & Small 

TV-PG

6:00 WORLD Nature:

Primates: Secrets of Survival TV-PG

7:00 Trouble with Maggie Cole Maggie makes a horrifying discovery in a confrontation with Roxanna and gambling debts plague Alex.  TV-PG 7:00 WORLD The

Medicine Game TV-G

8:00 Roadkill On Masterpiece “Episode 2” Promoted to justice minister, Peter deals with a prison riot and alarming contacts from a stranger.  TV-14 4  S TO RY, P. 8

8:00 WORLD Doc

World: No Country for the Poor

9:00 Cobra “Episode 6” As the crisis reaches a boiling point, the team of crisis contingency planners reach the endgame.  TV-14-VL 9:00 WORLD We’re

Still Here TV-G

1 0:00 We’ll Meet Again “Lost Children of Vietnam” Dramatic reunions between people separated after the war in Vietnam are showcased with Ann Curry.  TV-PG 10:00 WORLD Nature:

Primates: Secrets of Survival TV-PG

11:00 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Roads Less Traveled” Loss has shaped Tracy K. Smith’s perspective: as a poet, and as a person. Composer David Lang may be a Pulitzer Prize winner, but he’ll always think like an outsider. Open Mike Eagle calls his music “art rap”—a new style of humor-infused, socially aware hip-hop.  TV-PG 11:00 WORLD The

Medicine Game TV-G

11:30 Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions “Do The Right Thing” Burt explores what the issues are that Americans care about and which companies reflect the values.  TV-G

NOVEMBER 9

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt A Place to Call Home:

The Prodigal Daughter World: No Country for the Poor 1:00 Austin City Limits: John Legend & The Roots: Wake Up! 1:00 WORLD We’re Still Here 2:00 MT How Montanans Voted: Analyzing The 2020 Election 2:00 WORLD Finding Your Roots: Black Like Me 2:30 MT Home to Montana 3:00 La Loche 3:00 WORLD Growing Native: Growing Native Alaska: People of the North 4:00 Chihuly Fire & Light 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith: Jose Antonio Vargas, Journalist and Activist 5:00 Song of the Mountains 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk

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

Silent Soldier and the Portrait TV-G

11:30 The Future of America’s Past 

TV-PG

MDNT WORLD Doc

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

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

Silent Soldier and

the Portrait TV-G

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Junk in the Trunk 10” An antique Scottish golf club, a 1777 William Faden Philadelphia map and more items are appraised.  TV-G 7:00 WORLD Local,

USA: Veterans Coming Hom: Health 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Can’t Pick Your Family

8:00 MT Keeping the Barn The story of Montana’s barns is a personal one. The buildings hold more than just feed and livestock. An iconic part of the Montana landscape, the barns of Montana are beautiful symbols of hard work and ingenuity and a reflection of the families who use them. Learn the rich heritage and personal stories connected to the barns of Montana.  TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 3 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour 9:00 WORLD DW The Day TV-G

9:30 POV Shorts “Hindsight Is 20/20” A world record attempt ends with unexpected outcomes in “Balloonfest. TV-PG 9:30 WORLD BBC

World News

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

Ghost TV-G

TUESDAY

NOVEMBER 10

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

USA: Veterans Coming Home: Health 12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Can’t Pick Your Family 1:00 Roadkill On Masterpiece: Episode 2 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Cobra: Episode 6 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Swimming in Auschwitz 3:00 WORLD Rising Voices/Hothaninpi 4:00 EVA: A-7063 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 Call to Remember 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E VE NI NG

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

ReFramed:

Surviving Home

7:00 Finding Your Roots “War Stories” The ancestors of actor Julianne Moore, comedian Bill Hader and painter Kehinde Wiley are explored.  TV-PG 7:30 WORLD Homecoming:

Sgt. Hamilton’s Long Journey TV-G

8:00 Rise of the Nazis “Politics” The chain of events that propels Hitler from the fringes to the heart of the government is examined.  TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Frontline 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day TV-G World News

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

ReFramed:

Surviving Home

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 MotorWeek 

TV-G

11:30 WORLD Homecoming:

Sgt. Hamilton’s Long Journey TV-G


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

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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11 A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer MDNT WORLD Grandpa’s

War Story Goes Viral

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Lifeline: Pearl Harbor’s Unknown Hero 1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour and Company 2:30 Finding Elizabeth’s Soldiers 3:00 The Silent Soldier and the Portrait 3:00 WORLD Growing Native: Growing Native Alaska: People of the North 4:00 Grandpa’s War Story Goes Viral 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 Craftsman’s Legacy 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: A Stone’s Throw from Anywhere 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 2:00 WORLD Amanpour

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

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

Shorts: Legacy TV-PG

7:00 Nature “Primates: Family Matters” Family is everything for primates. Meet devoted monkey dads, playmate apes and tender troops.  TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 7 7:00 WORLD Frontline:

China Undercover

8:00 NOVA “Petra: Lost City of Stone” Experts carve a temple-tomb to find out how the ancient people of Petra built their city of stone.  TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Secrets in the Bones: The Hunt for the Black Death Killer A biologist searches for the pathogen that caused the bubonic plague during the fourteenth century.  TV-PG 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day TV-G World News

COURTESY OF JOHAN PERSSON

James Corden and Jemima Rooper in One Man Two Guvnors at The National Theatre, 2011

One Man, Two Guvnors Great Performances FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6  8PM  Also 11/12 1am

Revel in this 1960s-era comedy featuring a Tony-winning performance by James Corden. Adapted from a 1743 farce, Corden plays a musician-turned-bodyguard trying to keep his two mobster clients apart, a tricky predicament resulting in comic mayhem.

1 0:00 BBC World News

Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles

10:00 WORLD New

Great Performances

Leash On Life: The K9s for Warriors Story TV-PG

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

Shorts: Legacy TV-PG

11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “Taiwan’s Penghu Islands” Joseph returns to Taiwan to visit the Penghu Archepeligo, a chain of 64 isles and islets.  TV-G

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13  8PM  Also 11/19 1am, 1:30pm

Travel through the history of the iconic musical exploring its reach across time and cultures featuring appearances by composer and lyricist Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick as well as famous fans including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Topol and more.

Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn: The Broadway Musical Great Performances FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20  8PM  11/22 2:30am

Enjoy the hit Broadway adaptation of the classic 1942 movie musical, showcasing an Irving Berlin score including the Oscar-winning “White Christmas” with big dance numbers, comedy and a hit parade of the great songwriter’s famous tunes.


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HD & World Channels

THURSDAY

NOVEMBER 12

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

China Undercover

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Great Performances:

One Man, Two Guvnors NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD The Medicine Game 3:30 Unforgettable Augustus Post 4:00 Vintage Roads Great & Small 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Junk in the Trunk 10 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 1:00 WORLD PBS

1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

2:00 WORLD Amanpour

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

and Company 3:00 Secrets of Westminster 3:00 WORLD Local, USA: Veterans Coming Home: Health 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Can’t Pick Your Family 4:00 Victoria & Albert: Wedding: Episode: 1 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: What Exists II? 5:00 Secrets of Britain’s Great Cathedrals 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

P M E VE N I N G

6:00 PBS NewsHour

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

6:00 WORLD The

6:00 PBS NewsHour

7:00 Washington Week

6:00 WORLD Secrets

7:00 WORLD Warrior

7:00 MT Keeping the Barn The story of Montana’s barns is a personal one. The buildings hold more than just feed and livestock. An iconic part of the Montana landscape, the barns of Montana are beautiful symbols of hard work and ingenuity and a reflection of the families who use them. Learn the rich heritage and personal stories connected to the barns of Montana.  TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 3 7:00 WORLD Rise

of the Nazis: Politics TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour

8:30 A Place to Call Home “The Welcome Mat” Sarah takes up new lodgings at a boarding house, but the nosy landlady may make her regret the decision. A riding accident devastates Anna and brings back painful memories for Sarah. Meanwhile, Olivia receives welcome news.  TV-PG 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G

9:30 Vera “The Seagull”  9:30 WORLD BBC

TV-PG

World News

10:00 WORLD  NOVA: Petra: Lost City of Stone TV-PG

11:00 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD Secrets

of the Dead: Nero’s Sunken City TV-14

FRIDAY

NOVEMBER 13

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Open Mind: How to Speak Justly

and Bridge Divides of the Nazis: Politics 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: Happy Birthday Robin Hood MDNT WORLD Rise

the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

of the Dead: Nero’s Sunken City TV-14

5:00 WORLD To

1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration

People’s Protectors TV-PG-V Tradition TV-14

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 Great Performances “Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles” The iconic musical Fiddler on the Roof and its reach across time and cultures are explored.  TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 11 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour 9:00 WORLD DW The Day TV-G

9:30 Beyond the Canvas “Taking the Stage” Lin-Manuel Miranda, Bryan Cranston and other artists share their passion for the theater.  TV-PG 9:30 WORLD BBC

World News

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

Women TV-14-L

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

People’s Protectors TV-PG-V

5:30 WORLD Washington

Week

P M E VE NI NG

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “U.S. Tour” Songs include “This Land Is Your Land,” “On the Beach at Waikiki” and “By the Time I Get to Phoenix.”  TV-G 6:00 WORLD African

Americans: Many Rivers to Cross: Into The Fire (1861–1896) TV-PG

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “Who’s That With Barry & Glenda?” 

TV-PG

7:00 WORLD African

Americans: Many Rivers to Cross: Making A Way Out of No Way (1897-1940) TV-PG-V

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

ReFramed:

Surviving Home

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “West Side Story” Two youngsters from rival New York City gangs fall in love as tension builds between their friends.  TV-PG 4   S TO RY, RI G HT 9:30 WORLD Homecoming:

Sgt. Hamilton’s Long Journey TV-G 10:00 WORLD African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross: Into The Fire (1861–1896) TV-PG

10:35 Austin City Limits “Jackie Venson/Mavis Staples with Special Guest Bon” Enjoy innovative Austin rock n’ roll from Jackie Venson and a 2012 performance from Mavis Staples.  TV-PG 11:00 WORLD African Americans: Many Rivers to

Cross: Making a Way Out of No Way (1897-1940) TV-PG-V

11:32 Bluegrass Underground “Brothers Osborne” The Brothers Osborne showcase their “twang-and-crunch” sound, which is equal parts country and rock.  TV-G

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  TVG

SATURDAY

NOVEMBER 14

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

Tradition 12:30 Overheard with Evan Smith: Ten Years of Overheard: Thought Leaders 1:00 Trouble with Maggie Cole 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Fats Domino: Walkin’ Back to New Orleans 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Grandpa’s War Story Goes Viral 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion 4:30 Ask This Old House 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga

SUNDAY

NOVEMBER 15

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Secrets in the Bones:

The Hunt for the Black Death Killer ReFramed: Surviving Home 1:00 Vera: The Seagull 1:30 WORLD Homecoming: Sgt. Hamilton’s Long Journey 2:00 WORLD Swamp Ghost 2:30 Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions 3:00 Margaret: The Rebel Princess 3:00 WORLD The Silent Soldier and the Portrait 4:00 Finding Your Roots: Relatives We Never Knew We Had 4:00 WORLD On Story: The Shape of Water 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home MDNT WORLD America


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

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West Side Story SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14  8:03PM  Also 11/15 1pm

Two youngsters from rival New York City gangs fall in love, but tensions between their respective friends build toward tragedy. Inspired by Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, directed by Robert Wise and choreographer, Jerome Robbins; music by Leonard Bernstein & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim; staring Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer, Russ Tamblyn, Rita Moreno, and George Chakiris, it won 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture 1961.

5:00 WORLD Washington

Week

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

Mind: The Flight of Humane Poetics

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M A F T E R N O O N / E V E NIN G 3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed:

Surviving Home

3:33 The First Official Thanksgiving The story the first official Thanksgiving, held in the Americas in 1619, is highlighted.  TV-G

4:02 The Great British Baking Show “Desserts” The bakers prepare an array of rich tortes in the Signature challenge. Creme caramel is also made.  TV-PG 4:30 WORLD Homecoming:

Sgt. Hamilton’s

Long Journey TV-G

5:00 Chef’s Life “Blueberries and Boiling Over” Vivian and Ben open the Boiler Room, a burger/oyster bar featuring Vivian’s blueberry BBQ sauce.  TV-G 5:00 WORLD Growing

Native: Growing Native Great Lakes: Turtle Island TV-PG

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:00 Vintage Roads Great & Small  TV-PG 6:00 WORLD Nature:

Primates: Family Matters TV-PG

7:00 Trouble with Maggie Cole Becka and Maggie share a moment that puts things into perspective for Maggie. Karen surprises Peter.  TV-PG 7:00 WORLD Tending

Nature: Protecting the Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni TV-G 7:30 WORLD Tending Nature: Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-’amham TV-G

8:00 Roadkill On Masterpiece “Episode 3” As friends, family and employees turn against him, Peter follows his motto: “keep moving forward.”  TV-14 4   S TO RY, P. 8

8:00 WORLD Doc

World: Facing the Dragon

9:00 Secrets of Royal Travel “Secrets of the Royal Train” Climb aboard for an inside look at the lavish history of the luxurious British Royal Train.  TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 14 9:00 WORLD Red

Power Energy TV-G

1 0:00 We’ll Meet Again “Coming Out” People whose lives were changed by the early days of the gay rights movement reunite.  TV-PG 10:00 WORLD Nature:

Primates: Family Matters TV-PG

11:00 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Journeys in Time & Space” There’s an epic poem that has survived re-reading longer than the Bible and Shakespeare-but why? In high school, Kaki King was too scared to have actual relationships...but she could be in your band. Writing a graphic memoir about her family’s journey from war-torn Vietnam helped Thi Bui heal.  TV-PG 11:00 WORLD Tending

Nature: Protecting the Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni TV-G

11:30 Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions “Kansas City, pt 2” Burt explores the best BBQ, the secret behind the success of The Kansas City Royals and much more.  TV-G 11:30 WORLD Tending

Nature: Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-’amham TV-G


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HD & World Channels

Secrets of Royal Travel Secrets of the Royal Train SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15  9PM  Also 11/17 2am; 11/20 3am; 11/21 2am WORLD  11/27 6pm, 11pm; 11/28 7am, 1pm

Climb aboard for an inside look at the history of the “palace on wheels,” from its lavish past as the royal “express of excess” to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth’s mobile home away from home.

Secrets of the Royal Flight SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22  9PM  Also 11/24 2am; 11/28 2am WORLD  11/27 7pm; 11/28 mdnt, 8am, 2pm

Take to the skies for an insider’s look at the regal luxury of royal air travel. From 1936 when Edward became Britain’s first reigning monarch to fly as both passenger and pilot, to the present, discover how jet-setting has defined the modern royals. Inside Queen Victoria’s Carriage. COURTESY OF LAMBENT PRODUCTIONS

MONDAY

NOVEMBER 16

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

The Welcome Mat World: Facing the Dragon 1:00 Austin City Limits: Jackie Venson/Mavis Staples with Special Guest Bon 1:00 WORLD Red Power Energy 2:00 MT Keeping the Barn 2:00 WORLD Finding Your Roots: War Stories 3:00 WORLD Growing Native: Growing Native Great Lakes: Turtle Island 3:28 Rebecca 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith: Michael Curry 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:03 Song of the Mountains 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk MDNT WORLD Doc

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

7:00 WORLD Local,

USA: Veterans Coming Home: Careers 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: It’s All Relative

8:00 10 Modern Marvels That Changed America Take a whirlwind tour of engineering feats that made our civilization possible.  TV-G 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Independent Lens “Jonathan Scott’s Power Trip” Home renovation expert Jonathan Scott aims to flip the switch on how Americans access power.  TVPG

9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G World News 10:00 WORLD Art of Home: A Wind River Story TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC

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

Relative TV-G

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

Relative TV-G

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Palm Springs, hr 2” A 1966 Roy Lichtenstein screenprint, a NASA Apollo archive from 1965 and more items are appraised.  TV-G

TUESDAY

NOVEMBER 17

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

USA: Veterans Coming Home: Careers 12:30 NHK Newsline

12:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: It’s All Relative 1:00 Roadkill On Masterpiece: Episode 3 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Secrets of Royal Travel: Secrets of the Royal Train 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Orchard House: Home of Little Women 3:00 WORLD Warrior Women 3:28 Rebecca 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:02 Actually, Iconic: Richard Estes 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E VE NI NG

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

ReFramed:

Blood Memory

7:00 Finding Your Roots “Flight” Actors Scarlett Johansson and Lupita Nyong’o and chef Lidia Bastianich learn about their ancestors.  TV-PG 7:00 WORLD Unspoken:

America’s Native American Boarding Schools


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

8:00 Rise of the Nazis “The First Six Months in Power” The harsh measures that Chancellor Hitler takes to dismantle the German state are chronicled.  TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

 PLEDGE PROGRAM   MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS

9:00 Secrets of the Dead “Gangster’s Gold” Groups of treasure hunters search for the lost treasure of Prohibition-era gangster Dutch Schultz.  TV-PG 9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G World News

9:30 WORLD BBC

9:00 Frontline

1 0:00 BBC World News

9:00 WORLD DW

10:00 WORLD POV Shorts: Water Warriors TV-PG

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

1 0:00 BBC World News

10:30 WORLD Independent

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

America’s Native American Boarding Schools

11:30 MotorWeek TV-G

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer MDNT WORLD Independent

Lens: What Was Ours 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Independent Lens: Jonathan Scott’s Power Trip 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 2:30 The First Official Thanksgiving 3:00 Sand Creek Massacre 3:00 WORLD Growing Native: Growing Native Great Lakes: Turtle Island 4:00 Horse Relative 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 Craftsman’s Legacy 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Rich with Tradition 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk

Lens: Jonathan Scott’s Power Trip TV-PG

11:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope “Portugal: From Porto to Salamanca” An Iberian Peninsula exploration reveals some of the unknown aspects of Portuguese life.  TV-G

THURSDAY

9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G World News 10:00 WORLD NOVA: Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC

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

The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 10:00 WORLD America ReFramed: Blood Memory

NOVEMBER 19

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Story in the Public Square: Rosa Brooks MDNT WORLD Frontline

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Great Performances: Fiddler:

A Miracle of Miracles NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 2:30 Trezoros: The Lost Jews of Kastoria 3:00 WORLD Tending Nature: Protecting the Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni 3:30 WORLD Tending Nature: Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-’amham 4:00 Vintage Roads Great & Small 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Palm Springs, hr 2 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 1:00 WORLD PBS

of the Dead: Gangster’s Gold TV-PG

FRIDAY

NOVEMBER 20

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: Gaslighting 2020 and

Comorbidities of the Gop of the Nazis: The First Six Months in Power 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: Who’s That With Barry & Glenda? 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 Fats Domino: Walkin’ Back to New Orleans 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Secrets of Royal Travel: Secrets of the Royal Train 3:00 WORLD Local, USA: Veterans Coming Home: Careers 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: It’s All Relative 4:00 Victoria & Albert: Wedding: Episode: 2 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Why Anything at All II? 5:00 Secrets of Britain’s Great Cathedrals 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk MDNT WORLD Rise

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

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

5:30 BBC World News Today

PM EV ENI NG

6:00 PBS NewsHour

PM EVENING

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

6:00 WORLD Mankiller TV-PG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

6:00 PBS NewsHour

7:00 Washington Week

5:30 WORLD Independent

6:00 WORLD Secrets

7:00 WORLD La

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

Lens: Jonathan Scott’s Power Trip TV-PG

6:00 PBS NewsHour 7:00 Nature “Primates: Protecting Primates” Scientists are making ground-breaking discoveries to safeguard the future of the world’s primates.  TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 7 7:00 WORLD Frontline

8:00 NOVA “Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia: Istanbul’s Ancien” Architects and engineers examine the unique structure of the dome of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.  TV-G 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

of the Dead: Gangster’s Gold TV-PG

7:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk “Dave Grusin” Dave Grusin performs selections from his original scores and time-honored jazz tunes.  TV-G 7:00 WORLD Rise

of the Nazis: The First Six Months in Power TV-PG

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

Loche TV-PG

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 Great Performances “Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn: The Broadway Musical” The hit Broadway adaptation of the classic 1942 movie musical showcases an Irving Berlin score.  TV-PG 4   S TO RY, P. 11

8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 10:00 WORLD Sand Creek Massacre TV-PG 9:00 WORLD DW

1 0:30 BBC World News 11:00 Amanpour and Company 11:00 WORLD Mankiller TV-PG

NewsHour

9:00 Vera “Blood Will Tell” 

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TV-PG-V


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HD & World Channels SATURDAY

NOVEMBER 21

Thanksgiving Day Programming

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi

Little Women

1:00 Trouble with Maggie Cole

Masterpiece

2:00 Secrets of Royal Travel:

MDNT WORLD La

Loche

12:30 Overheard with Evan Smith: Ten Years of

Overheard: Authors

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26  10AM

As engaging today as in 1868, Louisa May Alcott’s story follows sisters journey to adulthood. The cast also includes Emily Watson, Angela Lansbury, Dylan Baker and Michael Gambon.

 The National Parks Ken Burns THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26  1PM

Explore the beauty and grandeur of our nation’s magnificent parks, from Acadia to Yosemite.

 Anne of Green Gables:

The Good Stars

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26  2:30PM

Join Anne Shirley as she turns 13 and faces complex issues with friends, adults and Gilbert.

Saving the Burg: A Story of Love, Sweat and Beers

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26  4:30PM

The inside story of the dramatic economic turnaround of tiny Philipsburg, Montana

Montana on My Mind

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26  7PM

An unforgettable portrait of Montana celebrates the unique beauty and spirit of the last best state through inspiring quotes, music, and commentary by Michael S. Sample.

 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band:

1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

Secrets of the Royal Train and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Independent Lens: What Was Ours 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion: Insomnia 4:30 Ask This Old House 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 2:00 WORLD Amanpour

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

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Thanksgiving America, The Melting Pot” Clay and Salli Hart host. “I’ve Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts” and “Waltzing Matilda” are featured.  TV-G 6:00 WORLD African

Americans: Many Rivers to Cross: Rise! (1940-1968) TV-PG-V

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “An Apple a Day” 

TV-PG

7:00 WORLD African

Americans: Many Rivers to Cross: A More Perfect Union (1968-2013) TV-PG

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

ReFramed:

Blood Memory

8:03 MontanaPBS Film Classics “Pleasantville” Two 1990s teenage siblings find themselves in a 1950s sitcom and begin to influence that world.  TV-PG

50 Years of Circlin’ Back

9:00 WORLD We’re

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26  8:30PM

10:00 WORLD African Americans: Many Rivers to

Celebrate the band’s hits along with special guests Vince Gill, John Prine, Jackson Browne and more.

10:07 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk

 Rick Steves

European Festivals THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26  10PM

Rick travels throughout the Continent celebrating the top 10 festivals, each one rich with tradition, great food and fun.

Still Here TV-G

Cross: Rise! (1940-1968) TV-PG-V

“Dave Grusin” Dave Grusin performs selections from his original scores and time-honored jazz tunes.  TV-G 11:00 WORLD African

Americans: Many Rivers to Cross: A More Perfect Union (1968-2013) TV-PG

11:05 Austin City Limits “The Mavericks: En Espanol” The eclectic country rock band the Mavericks perform hits and songs from their album En Espanol.  TV-PG


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

SUNDAY

NOVEMBER 22

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

MDNT WORLD America

ReFramed: Blood Memory 12:02 Secrets of the Dead: Hannibal in the Alps 1:00 Vera: Blood Will Tell 1:00 WORLD We’re Still Here 2:00 WORLD Art of Home: A Wind River Story 2:30 Great Performances: Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn, The Broadway Musical 3:00 WORLD Horse Relative 4:00 WORLD On Story: Fargo & True Detective: Television Anthologies 4:30 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 5:00 WORLD Washington Week 5:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Open Mind: Chinese Hegemony 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 P M A F T E R N O O N / E V E NIN G 3:00 WORLD America

ReFramed:

Blood Memory

3:03 Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration A look at Mary Tyler Moore’s career features great clips and interviews with the actress’s co-stars.  TV-PG 4:00 WORLD We’re

Still Here TV-G

4:02 The Great British Baking Show “Pies” The bakers must master a perfect Wellington. Hand-raised pies and American pies are prepared.  TV-PG

5:00 Chef’s Life “Shrimp Sells” Vivian and Ben head to the beach for vacation. Vivian turns up the heat with Frogmore stew.  TV-G 5:00 WORLD Growing

Native: Growing Native Oklahoma: Red People TV-PG

5:30 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:00 Vintage Roads Great & Small TV-PG 6:00 WORLD Nature:

Primates: Protecting Primates TV-PG

7:00 Trouble with Maggie Cole Maggie must make amends with Jill and Marcus, but is most concerned with reuniting with her family.  TV-PG 7:00 WORLD Tending

Nature: Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples TV-G 7:30 WORLD Tending Nature: Healing the Body with United Indian Health Service TV-G

8:00 Roadkill On Masterpiece “Episode 4” With the prime minister in trouble, Peter makes a shocking announcement to the nation.  TV-14 4   S TO RY, P. 8 8:00 WORLD N.

Scott Momaday: American Masters TV-PG

 PLEDGE PROGRAM   MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS

9:00 Secrets of Royal Travel “Secrets of the Royal Flight” The British Royal family’s history with air travel, from 1936 to today, is examined.  TV-PG

4   S TO RY, P. 14 9:30 WORLD Badger

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Palm Springs, hr 3” Charles Schreyvogel’s oil A Lone Horse, ca. 1900, and a 1982 Bob Mackie beaded gown are appraised.  TV-G 7:00 WORLD Local,

Creek TV-G

1 0:00 We’ll Meet Again “Surviving the Holocaust” Join Ann Curry as Holocaust survivors search for those who gave them hope in the darkest days.  TV-PG 10:00 WORLD Nature:

Primates: Protecting Primates TV-PG

11:00 Articulate with Jim Cotter “As If By Fate” Erika Sanchez writes for young adults who are like she was at their age-a complex, confused outsider. Masatoshi Izumi’s family’s relationship with stone goes back hundreds of years. Misery may love company, but Shawn Colvin isn’t picking up the phone.  TV-PG 11:00 WORLD Tending

Nature: Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples TV-G

11:30 Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions “Gone Fishing/Palm Beach, pt 1” The history of deep sea sport fishing and its popularity in Palm Beaches of Florida are explored.  TV-G 11:30 WORLD Tending Nature: Healing the Body

with United Indian Health Service TV-G

MONDAY

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NOVEMBER 23

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

Scott Momaday: American Masters 1:00 Austin City Limits: The Mavericks: En Espanol 1:30 WORLD Badger Creek 2:00 MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk: Dave Grusin 2:00 WORLD Finding Your Roots: Flight 3:00 NOVA: Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia, Istanbul’s Ancien 3:00 WORLD Growing Native: Growing Native Oklahoma: Red People 4:00 America’s Test Kitchen Special 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 DW Global 3000 5:30 WORLD DW Focus On Europe 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 PM EV EN I NG

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

USA: The Blackfeet Flood from the Stage: Thanksgiving Favorites

7:30 WORLD Stories

8:00 MT The Last Artifact Scientists and metrologists from around the world worked to redefine the kilogram in 2018.  TV-G 4   S TO RY, B ACK COV ER

8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Independent Lens “Belly of the Beast” 

TV-PG

9:00 WORLD DW

The Day TV-G 9:30 WORLD BBC World News 10:00 WORLD The Pilgrims: American Experience TV-PG

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

TUESDAY

NOVEMBER 24

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

USA: The Blackfeet Flood

12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Thanksgiving Favorites 1:00 Roadkill On Masterpiece: Episode 4 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Secrets of Royal Travel: Secrets of the Royal Flight 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Secrets of the Dead: Gangster’s Gold 3:00 WORLD La Loche 4:00 The Pilgrims: American Experience 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Asia Insight 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 P M E VE NI NG

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

ReFramed: The Blessing

7:00 Finding Your Roots “The Impression” Comedian Larry David and politician Bernie Sanders trace their roots back to Eastern Europe.  TV-PG 7:30 WORLD Without

a Whisper: Konnon: Kwe TV-G

8:00 Rise of the Nazis “Night of the Long Knives” Discover how Hitler found himself caught between Germany’s president and the Nazis’ power base.  TV-PG


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HD & World Channels

8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

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

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company

9:00 WORLD DW

10:30 WORLD Independent

9:30 WORLD BBC

Lens: Belly of the Beast TV-PG

9:00 WORLD DW

10:00 WORLD America

giving” “The first Thanksgiving” in Plymouth and Butterball University in Naperville, Illinois are explored.  TV-G

ReFramed: The Blessing

1 0:30 Amanpour and Company a Whisper:

Konnon: Kwe TV-G

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 A M EA R LY M O R N I N G mdnt GZERO World with Ian Bremmer MDNT WORLD Ohiyesa:

The Soul of an Indian

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Independent Lens: Belly of the Beast 1:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour and Company 2:30 Piaf: Her Story, Her Songs 3:00 WORLD Growing Native: Growing Native Oklahoma: Red People 4:00 Home for Christy Rost: Thanksgiving 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 Craftsman’s Legacy: The Bicycle Maker 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Speed of Sound 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 2:00 WORLD Amanpour

THURSDAY

NOVEMBER 26

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Story in the Public Square

The American Boy Who Survived ISIS 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 The Pilgrims: American Experience 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 MT The Last Artifact 3:00 WORLD Tending Nature: Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples 3:30 WORLD Tending Nature: Healing the Body with United Indian Health Service 4:00 Vintage Roads Great & Small 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Palm Springs, hr 3 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

PM PL ED GE / E VE NI NG

4   STORY, P. 16

THANKSGIVING DAY PROGRAMS

P M E VE N I N G

1:00  Ken Burns: The National Parks

5:30 WORLD Independent

Lens: Belly of the Beast TV-PG

6:00 PBS NewsHour 7:00 Nature “Santa’s Wild Home” An intimate look into life in Lapland, home of tenacious wildlife such as reindeer and wolverines.  TV-G 7:00 WORLD Frontline:

The American Boy Who Survived ISIS

8:00 NOVA “Saving Notre Dame” Engineers and scientists are racing to protect and ultimately rebuild France’s Notre Dame cathedral.  TV-PG

4   S TO RY, I N S I DE FRO NT COV ER 8:00 WORLD PBS

NewsHour

9:00 Secrets of the Dead “Building Notre Dame” Historians, architects and engineers discuss how the iconic cathedral of Notre Dame was created.  TV-PG

4

  S TO RY, I N S I DE FRO NT COV ER

9:00 WORLD DW

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

1 0:00 BBC World News 10:00 WORLD Our

American Family: The Kurowskis TV-G

10:00 WORLD NOVA:

Saving Notre Dame TV-PG of the Dead: Building Notre Dame TV-PG

11:30 BBC World News

FRIDAY

MDNT WORLD Frontline:

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

Rick celebrates the top 10 festivals in Europe, each one rich with tradition, great food and fun.  TV-G 11:00 WORLD Secrets

11:30 MotorWeek TV-G 11:30 WORLD Without

1 0:00  Rick Steves European Festivals

11:30 Beyond Your Backyard “Thanks-

1 0:00 BBC World News

The Day TV-G World News

Explore the beauty and grandeur of our nation’s magnificent parks, from Acadia to Yosemite.  TV-G

2:30  Anne of Green Gables: The Good Stars Free-spirited Anne Shirley turns 13 and faces complex situations with friends, adults and Gilbert.  TV-G

4:30  MT Saving the Burg “A Story of Love, Sweat and Beers” The inside story of the dramatic economic turnaround of tiny Philipsburg, Montana.

6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 WORLD Secrets

of the Dead: Building Notre Dame TV-PG

7:00  MT Montana on My Mind Stunning Montana images with inspiring quotes, music and commentary by Michael S. Sample. 7:00 WORLD Rise

of the Nazis: Night of the

Long Knives TV-PG 8:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour

8:30  Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: 50 Years and Circlin’ Back Vince Gill, Jackson Browne and more celebrate the groundbreaking band’s musical milestones and hits.  TV-G

NOVEMBER 27

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Open Mind: Will the Pandemic

Mean Justice in America? of the Nazis: Night of the Long Knives 12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Last of the Summer Wine: An Apple a Day 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 1:30 Still Open All Hours 2:00 Secrets of the Dead: Building Notre Dame 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 NOVA: Saving Notre Dame 3:00 WORLD Local, USA: The Blackfeet Flood 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Thanksgiving Favorites 4:00 I Hate Jane Austen 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Closer to Truth: Epistemology: How Can We Know God? 5:00 The Book Makers 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk MDNT WORLD Rise

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

P M P LE DGE / E VE NI NG

1 0:30  Aging Backwards 3 with Miranda Esmonde-White Learn how to keep your mind sharp and your body active as you age using gentle daily movement.  TV-G

11:30  Carol Burnett: A Celebration The career of the comedy legend is celebrated with great clips and memories from iconic stars.  TV-G

1:00  Ken Burns: Country Music Join host Kathy Mattea to learn more about the making of the epic documentary series by Ken Burns.  TV-G

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

of Royal Travel: Secrets of the Royal Train TV-PG

7:00 Washington Week 7:00 WORLD Secrets

of Royal Travel: Secrets of the Royal Flight TV-PG

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover


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

 PLEDGE PROGRAM   MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS

19 19

 Bee Gees One for All Tour: Live in Australia FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27  8PM

Enjoy the tight harmonies of Maurice, Robin, and Barry Gibb (pictured l-r) as they perform their greatest hits, as well as some rarely heard selections, in this fully restored, newly mixed and mastered concert recorded in Melbourne. COURTESY OF DENIS O’REGAN

8:00  The Bee Gees One for All Tour: Live In Australia 1989 Enjoy the tight harmonies of Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb as they perform their greatest hits.  TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 19 8:00 WORLD PBS

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

1 0:00  Johnny Cash: A Concert Behind Prison Walls The Man in Black performs “Folsom Prison Blues” and more at the Tennessee State Prison in 1974.  TV-PG 10:00 WORLD Lucy

Worsley’s Royal Photo

Album TV-PG

11:00 BBC World News 11:00 WORLD Secrets

of Royal Travel: Secrets of the Royal Train TV-PG

11:30  Aging Backwards 3 with Miranda Esmonde-White Learn how to keep your mind sharp and your body active as you age using gentle daily movement.  TV-G

SATURDAY

NOVEMBER 28

AM EAR LY MORNI NG

MDNT WORLD Secrets

of Royal Travel: Secrets of the Royal Flight 12:30 Overheard with Evan Smith 1:00 Trouble with Maggie Cole 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 Secrets of Royal Travel: Secrets of the Royal Flight 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Washington Week 3:00 WORLD Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian 3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House 4:00 WORLD Second Opinion: Bladder Cancer 4:30 Ask This Old House 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

AM P LE DGE

1 0:00  Best of the Joy of Painting: Special Edition Enjoy the painting techniques of Bob Ross as he creates a beautiful “Home in the Valley” painting.  TV-G

11:00  MT Charlie Russell’s Old West Explore Montana cowboy artist Charles M. Russell’s life, art, writings, and enduring legacy.

P M P LE DGE / E VE NI NG

12:30  Suze Orman’s Ultimate Retirement Guide The personal finance expert provides essential advice on planning for and thriving in retirement.  TV-G

2:30  Ken Burns: The National Parks Explore the beauty and grandeur of our nation’s magnificent parks, from Acadia to Yosemite.  TV-G

4:30  MT Montana on My Mind Stunning Montana images with inspiring quotes, music and commentary by Michael S. Sample.


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HD & World Channels

 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29  8PM Celebrate the iconic series that introduced generations of PBS viewers to the delights of British drama. From “Upstairs Downstairs” to “I, Claudius” to “The Jewel in the Crown” and “Downton Abbey,” Masterpiece has stood the test of time.

6:00  Magic Moments: The Best of 50’s Pop (My Music #102) The McGuire Sisters, The Lennon Sisters, The Chordettes, The Four Aces and more take the stage. 6:00 WORLD Can’t-Miss

from the Stage: Quick to Judge

1 0:00  John Denver: Country Boy The private life and public legacy of singer-songwriter and activist John Denver are explored.  TV-G

Stories from the

Stage 7:00 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Growing Up Black 7:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Pride

8:00  MT Keeping the Barn The story of Montana’s barns is a personal one. The buildings hold more than just feed and livestock. An iconic part of the Montana landscape, the barns of Montana are beautiful symbols of hard work and ingenuity and a reflection of the families who use them. Learn the rich heritage and personal stories connected to the barns of Montana.  TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 3 8:00 WORLD Stories

9:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: On the Spot 8:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: At the Scene 9:00 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Summertime

10:00 WORLD Can’t-Miss Stories from the Stage 11:00 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Road Trip

11:30  Stevie Nicks: 24 Karat Gold Tour  TV-G 11:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage:

Wanderlust

SUNDAY

NOVEMBER 29

AM EAR LY MORNI NG

MDNT WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Kitchen Confessions 12:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: It’s All Relative 1:00  Johnny Cash: A Concert Behind Prison Walls 1:00 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Stand Up 1:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Loves Me, Loves Me Not 2:00  Jeff Lynne’s ELO Live at Hyde Park 2:00 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Hell or High Water

2:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Rain or Shine 3:00 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Lost & Found pt 2 3:30  3 Steps to Pain-Free Living 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Fresh Start 4:00 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Suitcase Stories, pt 1 4:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Deadly Sins 5:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 5:00 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Chance 5:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Curveball 6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22 AM P LE DGE

1 0:00  50 Years with Peter, Paul and Mary The impact of the preeminent trio that brought folk music to America’s mass audiences is celebrated.  TV-G


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PM PLEDGE / EVENING

Noon  Great Scenic Railway Journeys: 150 Years on the Right Track Unforgettable stories of historic and scenic tourist railroads from across America are showcased.  TV-G

2:00  MT Butte, America Gabriel Byrne narrates stories of five generations of mining families in working class Butte, Montana. 3:00 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Thanksgiving Favorites 3:30 WORLD Stories from the Stage: Unexpected Gift 4:00 WORLD Stories from the Stage: First Responders

4:30  John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (My Music) A live reunion of folk singers includes Barry McGuire, Roger McGuinn and The Chad Mitchell Trio.  TV-G 4:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Next Stop 5:00 WORLD Can’t-Miss Stories from the Stage 6:00 WORLD Nature: Equus: Story of the Horse: Origins TV-G

6:30  Ken Burns: Here & There 7:30 WORLD 3

Steps to Pain-Free Living TV-G

8:00  Masterpiece: 50 Fabulous

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Years! Celebrate the iconic series

4:00 WORLD BBC

that introduced generations of PBS viewers to the delights of British drama. TV-G 4   S TO RY, P. 20

4:30 WORLD Overheard

9:30  Lucy Worsley’s Royal Palace Secrets A tour of London’s most extraordinary palaces includes the Tower of London and Hampton Court.  TV-PG 9:30 WORLD Without

a Whisper: Konnon:Kwe TV-G 10:00 WORLD Nature: Equus: Story of the Horse: Origins TV-G

11:00  Iconic Women of Country Kathy Mattea, Trisha Yearwood, Wynonna Judd and more pay tribute to the legends who inspired them.  TV-G 11:30 WORLD 3

MONDAY

Steps to Pain-Free Living TV-G

NOVEMBER 30

AM EAR LY MORNI NG 12:30  Suze Orman’s Ultimate

Retirement Guide 1:30 WORLD Without a Whisper: Konnon:Kwe 2:00 WORLD Finding Your Roots: The Impression 2:30  Ken Burns: America’s Storyteller 3:00 WORLD Ohiyesa: The Soul of An Indian 4:00  John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (My Music)

World News with Evan Smith: Ten Years of Overheard: Entertainers 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 7:00  Carol Burnett: A Celebration The career of the comedy legend is celebrated with great clips and memories from iconic stars.  TV-G 7:30 WORLD Stories

from the Stage: Growing Up Black 8:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour

8:30  3 Steps to Pain-Free Living Eliminate the root cause of many painful conditions with this easy to follow plan from Lee Albert.  TV-G 9:00 WORLD DW 9:30 WORLD BBC

The Day TV-G World News

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

Lens: Won’t You Be My Neighbor? TV-14-L

1 0:30  Fever: The Music of Peggy Lee The life of musical legend Peggy Lee is showcased through vintage interviews and performances.  TV-G

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Children’s Programs Weekdays

AM W E E K DAYS

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

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

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

AM S AT U R DAY

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

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

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover The Best of the Joy of Painting with Bob Ross  11/28 Best of the Joy of Painting: Special Edition

MT   11/1 The Rundown with Jackie Coffin: Montana’s Search for the Cure MT   11/8 How Montanans Voted: Analyzing the 2020 Election MT   11/15 Keeping the Barn MT   11/22 Hidden Fire: The Great Butte Explosion  11/29 50 Years with Peter, Paul and Mary

10:30 am

Garden SMART

MT   11/1 Home to Montana MT   11/8 Paradise and Purgatory

11:00 am

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated MT    11/28 Charlie Russel’s Old West

MT

11:30 am

This Old House

11/15 Butterfly Town, USA

NOON Ask This Old House 12:30 pm

American Woodshop  11/28 Suze Orman’s Ultimate Retirement Guide

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

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

4   CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS ARE RATED

TV-Y UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.

Montana Ag Live 4   P. 5

Great American Railroad Journeys  11/29 Great Scenic Railway Journeys:150 Years on the Right Track

1:00 pm

Woodsmith Shop

1:30 pm

Best of Sewing with Nancy

2:00 pm

Beads, Baubles and Jewels

MT   

2:30 pm

Weekends with Yankee  11/28 Ken Burns: The National Parks

11/1 Louisa May Alcott: American Masters

3:00 pm

Rick Steves’ Europe

11/22 Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration

3:30 pm

Cook’s Country

11/15 First Official Thanksgiving

4:00 pm

Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke

The Great British Baking Show

4:30 pm

Reconnecting Roots MT    11/28 Montana on My Mind

 11/29 John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (My Music)

A M S U NDAY

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

Washington Week

10:00 am

Weekend

SEE CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMING SIDEBAR, LEFT

P M WE E KDAYS

3:00 Elinor Wonders Why 3:30 Let’s Go Luna! 4:00 Hero Elementary 4:30 Arthur 5:00 Odd Squad

SUNDAY

5:00 pm

MT

Backroads of Montana

MontanaPBS Film Classics 11/1 The Big Bounce 11/8 The Bridge on the River Kwai 11/15 West Side Story 11/22 Pleasantville 11/29 Butte, America

A Chef’s LIfe

   11/7 Hook, Line and Singer    11/14 Not Forgotten     11/21 Making Connections

5:30 pm

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Weekday Programs TIME 6:00 am

MONDAY Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

TUESDAY Yoga in Practice

WEDNESDAY Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

THURSDAY Yoga in Practice

FRIDAY Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

6:30 am – 10 am  ·  Children’s Programs  4   LISTING, P. 22 10:30 am 11:00 am

Sit and Be Fit Pati’s Mexican Table

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Sit and Be Fit

Second Opinion

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

Sit and Be Fit 

11/27 Aging Backwards 3

Lidia’s Kitchen

11/26 Little Women on Masterpiece, pt 2 11:30 am

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television

Curious Traveler

Painting with Paulson

It’s Sew Easy

Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen  11/27 Carol Burnett: A Celebration

NOON

History Detectives

12:30 pm

1:00 pm

1:30 pm

2:00 pm

2:30 pm

11/3 More or Less Perfect Union: A Personal Exploration: Our Constitution at Risk 11/10 Polio Crusade: American Experience 11/17 Rise of the Nazis: Politics 11/24 Rise of the Nazis: The First Six Months in Power

11/4 Influenza 1918: American Experience 11/11 Grandpa’s War Story Goes Viral 11/18 First Official Thanksgiving 11/25 Pilgrims: American Experience

11/5 MT   Ordeal by Fire 11/12 MT  How Montanan’s Voted: Analyzing the 2020 Election 11/19  MT  Beef Trail: A Pioneering Montana Ski Area 11/26 Little Women on Masterpiece, pt 3

11/18 Perfect 36: When Women Won the Vote

11/12 MT   Business: Made in Montana

MT   11/2 Back from the Brink: Montana’s Wildlife Legacy, pt 1 11/9 Born to Explore: Namibia, Land of the Cheetah 11/16 India: Nature’s Wonderland 11/23 Food: Delicious Science: Food on the Brain begins

MT   11/3 Back from the Brink: 11/4 Wilder than Wild: Fire, Forests, and the Future Montana’s Wildlife Legacy, pt 2 11/11 Andes: Kingdoms of the Sky 11/10 Ireland’s Wild Coast 11/18 Secrets in the Bones: 11/17 India: Nature’s WonThe Hunt for the Black derland Death 11/24 Hawking

11/2 Rick Steves Symphonic Journey 11/9 Robert Bly: A Thousand Years of Joy 11/16 Pete Seeger’s Legacy: If I Had A Hammer 11/23 Symphony In D 11/30 Thank You for the Challenge: The 10th Quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis

Shakespeare Uncovered 11/17 Poetry in America begins 11/17 Museum Access begins

11/4 Artbound: The Art of Basket Weaving 11/11 Points of Pride: South Dakota’s Quilting Heritage 11/18 Joshua Bell: At Home with Music 11/25 I Hate Jane Austen

11/6 Warrior Women 11/13 Medicine Game 11/20 Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian

11/5 Insecta: Science that Stings 11/12 Butterfly Town, USA 11/19 Ambassadors of the Sky  11/26 Ken Burns: The National Parks

11/6 Nature: Primates: Secrets of Survival 11/13 Make: Bicycle Rodeo 11/20 Nature: Primates: Protecting Primates

11/5 Louisa May Alcott: American Masters

11/6 Timeless Legacy: Women Artists of Glacier National Park 11/13 Rebecca, pt 2 (1:28pm)

11/12 Rebecca, pt 1 (1:25pm) 11/19  Great Performances: Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles

 11/27 Ken Burns: Country Music

11/20 Songs of Rural America: The Symphony Concert

 11/26 Anne of Green Gables: The Good Stars

3pm–5pm  ·  Learn at Home Children’s Programs  See page 22. Learn at Home programming, weekdays 12noon to 3pm, continues through December 18, and will resume January 4.  montanapbs.org/learnathome


MontanaPBS Kids Channel

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

A M WE E KDAY

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

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

*See right for Friday listings 5pm–9:30pm A M W E E K EN D 

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

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

PHOTO COURTESY OF PBS KIDS

Celebrate Thanksgiving with Arthur and his pals.

An Arthur Thanksgiving WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 4:30PM & WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25 8:30AM MTPBS–KIDS  11/16, 11/26 1pm, 9pm; 11/17, 11/25 10:30am; 11/18, 11/23 12:30pm; 11/19, 11/26 8am; 11/24 7am, 6pm; 11/27, 11/28, 11/29 8:30pm

Arthur and his family are getting ready for Thanksgiving and it couldn’t be busier! Dad’s whipping up his famous turkey dinner while the Lakewood elementary kids are preparing for the annual Thanksgiving parade. But when things start to go off course, Arthur and his friends must find a way to save the Thanksgiving celebration. Join in the excitement with this one-hour special.

Weekend specials

Parents and teachers

Fri, Sat & Sun 10/30, 10/31 & 11/1

Thanksgiving & Gratitude, November 1–26

6pm Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About Halloween! 7pm Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest 8pm Wild Kratts: Creepy Creatures 9pm Arthur and the Haunted Tree House

This month, parents can find and use a variety of resources to help children practice gratitude. There’s a range of Thanksgiving crafts including printable “thankfulness cards” from the PBSKidsForParents.org website.

Fri, Sat & Sun 11/6, 11/7 & 11/8

7pm Curious George 2: Follow that Monkey

Fri, Sat & Sun 11/13, 11/14 & 11/15 9pm WordGirl: Guess Who’s Coming to Thanksgiving Dinner

Fri, Sat & Sun 11/20, 11/21 & 11/22 7pm An Arthur Thanksgiving

Fri, Sat & Sun 11/27, 11/28 & 11/29 7pm Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle 8:30pm An Arthur Thanksgiving 9:30pm WordGirl: Guess Who’s Coming to Thanksgiving Dinner

Social & Emotional Learning, November 1–26 All month, teachers can find “anytime” resources they can use to help young learners strengthen their SEL skill set. For sharable resources about gratitude and kindness, tap into the “SEL” portal available on PBSLearningmedia.org/sel. Be watching for MontanaPBS Learn at Home available through Friday, Decembr 18 and will resume Monday, January 4.

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A–Z

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

A American Woodshop Thu 2am; Wed 6am, noon America’s Home Cooking: Stuffed 11/29 1:30pm America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Sat mdnt, 2pm; Thu & Sat 1:30am; Wed & Fri 7:30am, 10:30am, 2:30pm; Mon & Fri 6pm; Sun 10:30pm & 11pm; Mon 10:30pm; Marathons: 11/6 7pm-11:30pm; 11/7 8am-12:30pm; 11/8 10am-2:30pm; 11/8-11/12 7pm, 7:30pm; 11/9-11/13 mdnt, 12:30am Art of a Cowboy Sat 5:30am Ask This Old House Tue & Sat 2:30am; Sat 6am, 1:30pm; Mon & Fri 6:30am, 12:30pm

B Beads Baubles and Jewels Thu 4:30am Best of Sewing with Nancy Mon & Fri 5am, 11am, 1:30pm Best of the Joy of Painting Sun mdnt, 12:30am; Tue-Sat 3:30am; Mon-Fri 9:30am, 1pm; Sat 7pm, 7:30pm; MonThu 9:30pm Brain Fitness Program 11/30 1:30pm Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions  Wed 8am, 3pm, 8pm

C Canvasing The World with Sean Diediker Fri 3pm Chef’s Life Sun 4pm Chef’s Life: The Final Harvest 11/14 6pm; 11/15 1am, 6pm; 11/16 1am; 11/20 11pm; 11/21 noon; 11/22 2pm; 11/26 7pm; 11/27 mdnt Christina Cooks: Back to the Cutting Board 11/1 7am; 11/2 3am; 11/7 11:30pm; 11/8 3am Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television Thu 6pm, 10:30pm Classical Stretch: By Essentrics  Sat 4am; Sun 4:30am, 6am Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique Sun 4am, 6:30am Cook’s Country Sat 2:30pm; Mon, Wed, Fri 5:30pm; Mon & Wed 11:30pm Craft in America Memory 11/30 4am Craftsman’s Legacy Wed & Fri 2am; Tue & Thu 6am, noon Curious Traveler Wed 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm Cycle Around Japan Highlights Fri 8am

D DayTripper Mon 8am; Mon 3pm except 11/30 Dining with the Chef Mon 7am

Dishing with Julia Child The Whole Fish Story 11/27 7pm; 11/28 8am; 11/29 7pm; 11/30 mdnt • The Good Loaf 11/27 7:30pm; 11/28 8:30am; 11/29 7:30pm; 11/30 12:30am • Your Own French Onion Soup 11/27 8pm; 11/28 9am; 11/30 7pm; 12/1 mdnt • Boeuf Bourguignon 11/27 8:30pm; 11/28 9:30am; 11/30 7:30pm; 12/1 12:30am • The Potato Show 11/27 9pm; 11/28 10am • To Roast A Chicken 11/27 9:30pm; 11/28 10:30am

F Family Travel with Colleen Kelly Mon 8pm Field Trip with Curtis Stone  Wed 5pm, 11pm Fly Brother with Ernest White II  Mon 8:30am, 3:30pm except 11/30, 8:30pm Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting  Sat 5am For Your Home Fri 4am

G Garage with Steve Butler Thu 2:30am; Wed 6:30am, 12:30pm Garden SMART Sun 9:30am Grand View Sun 5:30am Great Estates Scotland Rosslyn 11/1 8pm; 11/2 2am; 11/15 8pm; 11/16 2am, 4am • Dumfries 11/2 4am; 11/8 8pm; 11/9 2am • Inveraray 11/7 3pm, 8pm; 11/8 2am; 11/21 3pm, 8pm; 11/22 2am; 11/23 4am • Kincardine 11/9 4am; 11/14 3pm, 8pm; 11/15 2am Growing a Greener World Sat 7:30am Growing Bolder Fri 4:30am Growing Passion Tue 4:30am 11/3-11/17

H Home for Christy Rost: Thanksgiving 11/20 8pm; 11/21 9am, 6pm; 11/22 1am, 11am, 6pm; 11/23 1am, 7pm; 11/24 mdnt

I In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs Tue 6pm, 10:30pm; Marathons: 11/27 10pm-11:30pm; 11/28 11am-12:30pm; Iowa Ingredient Mon 7:30am; Mon 2:30pm except 11/30 It’s Sew Easy Sun 5am

J The Jazzy Vegetarian Sun & Mon 3:30am; Sun 7:30am, 11:30pm Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence Sun & Tue 5:30pm; Tue 11:30pm Journeys In Japan Sun 8:30am J Schwanke’s Life In Bloom Tue 4am Julia Child: Best Bites 11/29 noon

K

Q

Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Celebrations Sat 12:30am; Mon-Sat 4:30pm; Mon-Fri 6:30pm; Mon-Thu 10pm Kitchen Queens: New Orleans 11/27 4:30pm, 6:30pm; 11/28 12:30am • 11/30 6:30pm, 10pm Knit and Crochet Now Wed 5am, 11am, 1:30pm

Quilting Arts Tue & Thu 5am, 11am, 1:30pm

L Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop Tue 5:30am, 11:30am The Legacy List with Matt Paxton  Marathons: 11/13 7pm-11pm; 11/14 8am12pm; 11/15 10am-2pm; 11/15-11/19 7pm; 11/16-11/20 mdnt Lidia’s Kitchen Sun 4:30pm; Wed 6pm, 10:30pm

M Make It Artsy Wed 4am Mexico: One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Tue 1am; Mon 10am; Mon 2pm except 11/30; Sat 9pm Mike Colameco’s Real Food Wed & Fri 1am; Tue & Thu 7am, 10am, 2pm; Sat 9:30pm, 10pm Modern Pioneering with Georgia Pellegrini Heritage of the Lowcountry 11/24 4:30am • Into the Garden 12/1 4:30am My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas  An Ionian Odyssey 11/1 3pm

N Neven’s Spanish Food Trails Thu & Sat 1am; Wed & Fri 7am, 10am, 2pm; Sat 10:30pm, 11pm New Day New Chef Sun & Mon 3am begins 11/9; Sun 7am & Sat 11:30pm begins 11/8 New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton Thanksgiving 11/20 10pm; 11/21 11am; 11/22 1pm; 11/25 7pm; 11/26 mdnt Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen Thu 5pm, 11pm; Sat 5pm; Marathon: 11/1 10am-2:30pm; 11/1-11/5 7pm, 7:30pm; 11/2-11/6 mdnt, 12:30am

P Painting with Paulson Thu 5:30am, 11:30am Painting with Wilson Bickford  Wed 5:30am, 11:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Mon & Fri 5:30am, 11:30am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Sat 7am; Sun 9am Passion Italy Tue 8am, 3pm, 8pm Pati’s Mexican Table Thu & Sat 5:30pm; Thu 11:30pm

R Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose Egypt 11/22 8pm; 11/23 2am • Assam India 11/28 3pm, 8pm; 11/29 2am • Basel and Lucerne 11/29 8pm; 11/30 2am Rick Steves’ Europe Tue-Sat 3am; MonFri 9am; Mon-Sat 4pm; Mon-Thu 9pm Rick Steves European Christmas 11/30 3pm

S Sara’s Weeknight Meals Sun & Tue 5pm; Tue 11pm Simply Ming Sun 3:30pm; Mon & Fri 5pm; Mon 11pm Somewhere South Sun & Mon 1am and Sat & Sun 6pm through 11/9 Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke  Thanksgiving Comes Early 11/20 10:30pm; 11/21 11:30am; 11/22 1:30pm; 11/25 7:30pm; 11/26 12:30am Suze Orman’s Ultimate Retirement Guide 11/29 10am

T tasteMAKERS Wed & Fri 1:30am; Tue & Thu 7:30am, 10:30am, 2:30pm; Sun 9:30pm, 10pm This Old House Tue & Sat 2am; Mon & Fri 6am, noon; Sat 6:30am, 1pm This Old House: 40th Anniversary Special 11/30 noon To Dine for with Kate Sullivan Tue 1:30am; Mon 10:30am; Sun 9pm Trails to Oishii Tokyo Sun 8am Travelscope Tue & Thu 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm Travels with Darley Fri 8:30am, 3:30pm

U Urban Conversion Wed 4:30am begins 11/11

W Why Quilts Matter: History, Art & Politics Thu 4am Wild Travels Thu 8am, 3pm, 8pm Woodsmith Shop Wed & Fri 2:30am; Tue & Thu 6:30am, 12:30pm

Y Yellowstone Symphony 11/30 11am Yoga In Practice Sat 4:30am You Are Cordially Invited 11/4 4:30am


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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

November Highlights 11/7 Growing a Greener World 1100s 11/8 New Day New Chef 100s 11/17 Quilting Arts 2600s 11/24 Modern Pioneering With Georgia Pellegrini 100s 11/26 Beads Baubles and Jewels 2800s 1 1/26 Rick Steves’ Europe 1100s 11/27 Dishing With Julia Child 100s 11/27 Kitchen Queens: New Orleans 100s 11/30 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated 2000s 11/30 Cook’s Country 1300s 11/30 Daytripper 1100s

Marathons on Create FRIDAYS 7PM–MIDNIGHT; SATURDAYS 8AM–1PM; SUNDAYS 10AM–3PM

America’s Test Kitchen Around the World NOVEMBER 6–12

Legacy List

NOVEMBER 13–19

Thank-full

NOVEMBER 20–26

Julia: Kitchen Queen

NOVEMBER 27–DECEMBER 3

PHOTO COURTESY OF APT

“Gardening on the Cheap” Host Joe Lamp’l is well known for his money-saving ideas when it comes to gardening on the cheap.

Growing a Greener World NEW SEASON PREMIERES SATURDAY, 11/7 AT 7:30AM

When Growing a Greener World creator and host, Joe Lamp’l, isn’t on the road to capture the stories of other gardeners in their gardens, he’s busy keeping up with his own large, organically maintained raised bed garden and 5-acre hobby farm. But with a lot more time at home this year, come behind the scenes to experience what a real day in the life at Joe’s personal and TV garden is really like.


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Airtimes in black appear on MontanaPBS-HD, airtimes listed in grey [like this] air on PBS-World channel. Check p. 2 for channels in your area. 10 Modern Marvels That Changed America 11/16 8pm MT 11th & Grant with Eric Funk Dave Grusin 11/19 7pm; 11/21 10:07pm; 11/23 2am 1st to Fight: Pacific War Marines  [11/7 noon]

3 Steps to Pain-Free Living 11/29 3:30am; 11/30 8:30pm [11/29 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 11/30 7:30am]

50 Years with Peter, Paul and Mary 11/29 10am; 12/1 3:30am

AB ACL Presents: 50 Years of Asleep at the Wheel: A Retrospective 11/2 1am Actually, Iconic: Richard Estes  11/17 5:02am African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross [Sat 6pm, 7pm, 10pm, 11pm except 11/28]

Africa’s Great Civilizations [11/19 1pm, 2pm; 11/23-11/26 2pm]

Aging Backwards 3 with Miranda Esmonde-White 11/27 10:30am, 11:30pm Amanpour and Company Weeknights, Starts 10:30pm-11pm [Tue-Sat 2am] Ambassadors of the Sky 11/19 1pm America Lost [11/1 8am, 4pm] American Woodshop Sat 12:30pm America ReFramed [Wed 6am; Tue 6pm, 10pm; Sat 8pm except 11/28]

America’s Heartland Sun 8:30am [Sun 10:30am except 11/29]

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Sat 11am, except 11/28 America’s Test Kitchen Special: Home for the Holidays 11/23 4am Andes: Kingdoms of the Sky 11/11 1pm And Now We Rise: A Portrait of Samuel Johns [11/2 5pm, 10pm; 11/3 6am; 11/8 2am]

Animal Babies: First Year on Earth [11/25-11/27 10am] Anne of Green Gables: The Good Stars 11/26 2:30pm Antiques Roadshow Election Collection 11/2 7pm; 11/5 5am • Junk in the Trunk 10 11/9 7pm; 11/12 5am • Palm Springs, hr 2 11/16 7pm; 11/19 5am • Palm Springs, hr 3 11/23 7pm; 11/26 5am Artbound Basket Weaving 11/4 2pm Arthur Mon-Thu 4:30pm Arthur Thanksgiving 11/18 4:30pm; 11/25 8:30am Articulate with Jim Cotter 11/8, 11/15, 11/22 11pm [Sun 10am] Art of Home: A Wind River Story  [11/16 5pm, 10pm; 11/17 6am; 11/22 2am]

Asia Insight [Tue 4:30am] Ask This Old House Sat 4:30am; Sat noon except 11/28 Austin City Limits John Legend & The Roots: Wake Up! 11/7 11pm; 11/9 1am • Jackie Venson/Mavis Staples with Special Guest Bonnie Raitt 11/14 10:35pm; 11/16 1am • The Mavericks: En Espanol 11/21 11:05pm; 11/23 1am

Autumnwatch New England [11/27 noon] • [11/27 1pm] • [11/25 noon; 11/27 2pm] MT Back from the Brink: Montana’s

Wildlife Legacy Pt 1 11/2 1pm • Pt 2 11/3 1pm MT Backroads of Montana Sharp Shooters 11/4 5:30am • Hook, Line and Singer 11/7 5pm • A Stone’s Throw from Anywhere 11/11 5:30am • Not Forgotten 11/14 5pm • Rich with Tradition 11/18 5:30am • Making Connections 11/21 5pm • Speed of Sound 11/25 5:30am MT Badger Creek [11/22 9:30pm; 11/23 1:30am, 9:30am]

Ball of Confusion: The 1968 Election 11/3 5am Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi  Sat mdnt, except 11/28 BBC World News Weeknights, starts 10pm-10:30pm [Mon-Fri 4am, 9:30pm] BBC World News America  [Mon-Fri 3:30pm]

BBC World News Outside Source Mon-Thu 5:30pm BBC World News Today Fri 5:30pm Beads, Baubles and Jewels  Sat 2pm, except 11/28 MT Beef Trail A Pioneering Montana Ski Area 11/19 noon The Bee Gees One for All Tour: Live in Australia 1989 11/27 8pm Best of Sewing with Nancy Sat 1:30pm, except 11/28 Best of the Joy of Painting Sat 10am Beyond the Canvas 11/13 9:30pm Beyond Your Backyard 11/25 11:30pm Bluegrass Underground 11/14 11:32pm The Book Makers 11/27 5am Born to Explore: Namibia: Land of the Cheetah 11/9 1pm Boss: The Black Experience in Business [11/5 1pm] Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions  Sun 2:30am except 11/22, 11/29; 11:30pm except 11/29 MT Business: Made in Montana  11/12 12:28pm MT Butte, America 11/29 2pm Butterfly Town, USA 11/12 12:57pm; 11/15 11:30am By One Vote: Woman Suffrage in the South [11/10 noon]

CDE Call to Remember 11/10 5:30am Canada Files [Sun 9am, except 11/29] Can’t-Miss Stories from the Stage  [11/28 6pm, 10pm; 11/29 10am, 5pm]

Carol Burnett: A Celebration 11/27 11:30am; 11/30 7pm Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Space! 11/25 3pm Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Sun 5:30am Changing Seas Toxic Waters [11/11 11am] • Fate of Carbon [11/11 11:30am]

MT Charlie Russell’s Old West

11/28 11am Chef’s Life Sun 5pm, except 11/29 Chihuly Fire & Light 11/9 4am The Chinese Exclusion Act: American Experience [11/3 1pm] Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television Mon 11:30am Circus: American Experience  [11/2 noon]

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics Mon, Wed, Fri 6am; Tue & Thu 10:30am except 11/26 Clifford the Big Red Dog Sun 6am; Fri 4:30pm Closer to Truth [Fri 4:30am] Cobra Episode 5 11/1 9pm; 11/3 2am • Episode 6 11/8 9pm; 11/10 2am Colorado Experience [Sun 11am except 11/29]

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 11/13 11:30pm [Sat 4:30am, 9am] Cook’s Country Sat 3:30pm, except 11/28 Craftsman’s Legacy Wed 5am Curious George Sat 6:30am; Mon-Fri 8am Curious Traveler Tue 11:30am The Daniel Tiger Movie: Won’t You Be Our Neighbor? 11/25 9:30am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood  Sat 5:30am; Mon-Fri 9:30am Dinosaur Train Sat 6am Direct Talk [Mon, Wed-Fri 5:40am] Dismantling Democracy 11/2 3:01am Doc World [Mon mdnt, 8am except 11/23, 11/30; Sun 8pm except 11/22, 11/29]

DW Focus On Europe [11/3 5:30am; Sun 6am except 11/29; Sat 4pm begins 11/14]

DW Global 3000 [11/3, 11/23 5am; Sun 6:30am, 2pm except 11/29]

DW News [Mon-Fri 3pm] DW The Day [Mon-Fri 9pm] Earth Focus [Sun 1:30pm except 11/29] Easy Yoga: The Secret to Strength and Balance with Peggy Cappy  12/1 5:30am Elinor Wonders Why Sat 9am; Mon-Fri 3pm Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story [11/12 2pm] EVA: A-7063 11/10 4am

FGH Fats Domino: Walkin’ Back to New Orleans 11/14 2am; 11/20 2am Fever: The Music of Peggy Lee  11/30 10:30pm Fighting On Both Fronts: The Story of the 370th [11/7 4:30pm] Finding Elizabeth’s Soldiers  11/11 2:30am Finding Your Roots Black Like Me [11/7 5pm; 11/9 2am] • Children of the Revolution 11/8 4am • War Stories 11/10 7pm [11/14 5pm; 11/16 2am] • Relatives We Never Knew We Had 11/15 4am • Flight 11/17 7pm [11/21 5pm; 11/23 2am] • Impression 11/24 7pm [11/28 5pm; 11/30 2am]

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover Sun 9:30am; Fri 7:30pm [Sun 12:30pm except 11/29]

First Avenue: Closer to the Stars [11/2 2am]

First Language: The Race to Save Cherokee [11/6 7pm; 11/7 mdnt, 8am] The First Official Thanksgiving 11/15 3:33pm; 11/18 2:30am, noon Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting  Thu 11am, except 11/26 Food: Delicious Science Food on the Brain 11/23 1pm • Taste 11/30 1pm France 24 [Mon-Fri 4pm] Frontline The Choice 2020 11/2 8pm • TBA 11/10 9pm; 11/17 9pm; 11/24 9pm [11/18 7pm; 11/19 mdnt] • Plastic Wars [11/11 2pm] • China Undercover [11/11 7pm; 11/12 mdnt] • American Boy Who Survived ISIS [11/25 7pm; 11/26 mdnt] The Future of America’s Past  11/2 11:30pm • 11/9 11:30pm Garden SMART Sat 10:30am, except 11/28 Grandpa’s War Story Goes Viral 11/11 4am, noon [11/10 5pm; 11/11 mdnt, 8am; 11/14 3am]

Great American Railroad Journeys Sun noon, except 11/29 The Great British Baking Show Bread 11/1 4pm • Tarts 11/8 4pm • Desserts 11/15 4:02pm • Pies 11/22 4:02pm Great Old Amusement Parks 11/7 2am Great Performances One Man, Two Guvnors 11/6 8pm; 11/12 1am • Julius Caesar [11/13 1pm] • Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles 11/13 8pm; 11/19 1am, 1:30pm • Irving Berlin’s Holiday Inn: The Broadway Musical 11/20 8pm; 11/22 2:30am Great Performances at the Met  Akhnaten 11/5 1am Great Scenic Railway Journeys: 150 Years on the Right Track 11/29 noon Growing Native [Mon & Wed 3am except 11/30; Wed 9am; Sun 5pm except 11/29]

GZERO World with Ian Bremmer Wed mdnt except 11/4 12:05am [Wed 4:30am] Hawking 11/24 1pm Hero Elementary Sat 8:30am; Mon-Fri 4pm MT Hidden Fire: The Great Butte Explosion 11/22 10am History Detectives Mon noon [11/24, 11/25, 11/26 1pm]

Homecoming: Sgt. Hamilton’s Long Journey [11/10 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 11/11 7:30am; 11/14 9:30pm; 11/15 1:30am, 8:30am, 4:30pm]

Home for Christy Rost: Thanksgiving 11/25 4am MT Home to Montana 11/1 10:30am; 11/5 7:30pm; 11/9 2:30am Horse Relative 11/18 4am [11/16 6pm, 11pm; 11/17 7am; 11/22 3am] MT How Montanans Voted Analyzing

The 2020 Election 11/5 7pm; 11/8 10am; 11/9 2am; 11/12 noon


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

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Keep Talking [11/6 6pm, 11pm; 11/7 7am;

Iconic Women of Country 11/29 11pm I Hate Jane Austen 11/25 2pm; 11/27 4am Illustrative Math  [Tue, Thu, Fri 10am,

Ken Burns: America’s Storyteller 11/30 2:30am Ken Burns: Country Music 11/27 1pm Ken Burns: Here & There 11/29 6:30pm Ken Burns: The National Parks  11/26 1pm; 11/28 2:30pm The Kennedy Half-Century 11/2 4am Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen  Fri 11:30am, except 11/27 La Loche 11/9 3am [11/20 7pm; 11/21

10:30am, 11am, 11:30am through 11/24]

Independent Lens Dawnland [11/3 5pm; 11/4 mdnt, 8am; 11/7 3am, 9pm; 11/8 1am, 8am] • Conscience Point [11/4 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 11/5 7:30am; 11/7 10am]

• Jonathan Scott’s Power Trip 11/16 9pm; 11/18 1am [11/18 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 11/19 6:30am; 11/21 10am] • What Was Ours [11/17 5pm; 11/18 mdnt, 8am; 11/21 3am] • Belly of the Beast 11/23 9pm; 11/25 1am [11/25 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 11/26 6:30am; 11/28 10am] • Won’t You Be My Neighbor? 12/1 1am [11/30 5pm, 10pm] India: Nature’s Wonderland 11/3 4am; 11/16 1pm • 11/4 4am; 11/17 1pm Indian Summers Season 2 On Masterpiece Pt 9 11/3 3am • Pt 10 11/4 3am Influenza 1918: American Experience  11/4 noon Insecta: Science That Stings 11/5 1pm [11/9 10am]

Ireland’s Wild Coast 11/10 1pm It’s Sew Easy Thu 11:30am, except 11/26 Jazz at Lincoln Center Presents: A Swingin’ Sesame Street Celebration  11/2 mdnt Jeff Lynne’s ELO Live at Hyde Park  11/29 2am John Denver: Country Boy 11/28 10pm Johnny Cash: A Concert Behind Prison Walls 11/27 10pm; 11/29 1am John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (My Music) 11/29 4:30pm; 11/30 4am Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope  Wed 11:30pm, except 11/25 Joshua Bell: At Home with Music  11/18 2pm MT Keeping the Barn 11/9 8pm; 11/12 7pm; 11/15 10am; 11/16 2am; 11/28 8pm

11/12 8am]

mdnt, 8am, 2pm; 11/24 3am, 9am] MT The Last Artifact 11/23 8pm; 11/26

3am Last of the Summer Wine Fri 1am; Sat 7pm except 11/28 Last Ridge [11/7 2pm] Latino Americans [11/30 2pm] Laura Flanders Show [Sat 9:30am, except 11/ 29]

The Lawrence Welk Show Sat 6pm, except 11/28 Let’s Go Luna! Mon-Fri 3:30pm Lidia’s Kitchen Fri 11am, except 11/27 Life from Above [11/26 noon] • [11/27 11am]

Lifeline: Pearl Harbor’s Unknown Hero 11/11 1am [11/7 3pm] Little Women On Masterpiece Pt 1 11/26 10am • Pt 2 11/26 11am • Pt 3 11/26 noon Local, USA [Tue mdnt, 8am; Fri 3am, 9am; Mon 7pm except 11/30; 11/3 7pm, 11pm; 11/4 7am; 11/7 11:30am]

Lorraine Hansberry: American Masters 11/4 1:02am Louisa May Alcott: American Masters 11/1 2:30pm; 11/5 1:30pm Love Wins Over Hate [11/3 3am, 9am, 8pm; 11/4 1am]

Lucy Worsley’s Royal Palace Secrets 11/29 9:30pm Lucy Worsley’s Royal Photo Album  [11/27 5pm, 10pm; 11/28 6am, noon; 12/1 3am]

MNO Maggie’s War: A True Story of Courage, Leadership and Valor in World War II [11/7 1pm] Magic Moments: The Best of ’50s Pop (My Music #102) 11/28 6pm Make: Bicycle Rodeo 11/13 12:57pm Mankiller [11/20 6pm, 11pm; 11/21 7am, 1pm; 11/26 8am]

Margaret: The Rebel Princess 11/8 3am • 11/15 3am Market to Market Sat 3:30am; Sun 8am Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration  11/13 2am; 11/22 3:03pm Masterpiece: 50 Fabulous Years!  11/29 8pm Maya Angelou: American Masters  [11/6 1pm]

The Medicine Game 11/13 noon [11/8 7pm, 11pm; 11/9 7am; 11/12 3am, 9am]

Medicine Woman [11/12 1pm] Migrant Kitchen [Wed 4:30pm, begins 11/14]

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sun 6:30am Molly of Denali Mon-Fri 8:30am MT Montana AG Live Montana Grape and Wine Producers 11/1 11am • Montana Grain Growers 11/8 11am • Montana Organic Growers 11/22 11am MT Montana on My Mind 11/26 7pm; 11/28 4:30pm MT MontanaPBS Candidate Profiles  Vote 2020: Race for the Governor’s Office 11/1 11pm; 11/2 2am MT MontanaPBS Election Coverage: November 3, 2020 Welcome 6:57pm • Update 7:57pm • Early Returns 8:57pm • Returns & Analysis 9:56pm • Wrap-Up 10:34pm MT MontanaPBS Equal Time Attorney General Fraud Protection 11/1 11:57am • States’ Rights 11/2 5:57am • Public Land Access 11/3 2:57am; Supreme Court Justice Protecting

the Accused 11/1 6:57pm • Outside Precedent 11/2 11:57am; Secretary of State Same-Day Voting 11/1 7:57pm • Public Land Access 11/2 6:57pm; State Auditor Public Land Access 11/1 11:27pm • Health Insurance Cost 11/2 7:57pm; Super’tdnt of Public Instruction Common Core 11/2 2:57am • School Choice 11/2 11:57pm MontanaPBS Film Classics The Big Bounce 11/1 1pm; 11/6 2am • The Bridge on the River Kwai 11/7 8:03pm; 11/8 1pm • West Side Story 11/14 8:03pm; 11/15 1pm • Pleasantville 11/21 8:03pm; 11/22 1pm More or Less Perfect Union, A Personal Exploration by Judge Douglas Ginsburg Our Constitution at Risk 11/3 noon MotorWeek Tue 11:30, 11/3 11:37pm Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet  [11/4 1pm]

Museum Access Phillips Collection Museum 11/17 2:30pm • The Museum of International Folk Art 11/24 2:30pm Nature Australian Bushfire Rescue [11/1 6pm, 10pm; 11/2 6am] • Snowbound [11/2 10am] • Sex, Lies and Butterflies [11/4 10am] • Primates: Secrets of Survival 11/4 7pm; 11/6 1pm [11/8 6pm, 10pm; 11/9 6am] • Primates: Family Matters 11/11 7pm [11/15 6pm, 10pm; 11/16 6am] • Primates: Protecting Primates 11/18 7pm; 11/20 1pm [11/22 6pm, 10pm; 11/23 6am] • Santa’s Wild Home 11/25 7pm • Equus: Origins [11/29 6pm, 10pm; 11/30 6am] • Remarkable Rabbits [11/30 10am] Nature Cat Sat 7am New Leash On Life: The K9s for Warriors Story [11/11 5pm, 10pm; 11/12 6am; 11/14 11am]

New Orleans: The First 300 Years 11/6 3:30am Newsroom Tokyo [Mon-Fri 5am except 11/3, 11/23]


PBS Channel Guide p. 2 or montanapbs.org/broadcastarea NHK Newsline Tue-Fri 12:30am except 11/4 12:33am [Mon-Fri 4:30pm] Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: 50 Years and Circlin’ Back 11/26 8:30pm NOVA Inside Animal Minds: Bird Genius [11/4 11am] • Colosseum: Roman Death Trap 11/4 8pm [11/5 5pm, 10pm; 11/6 6am] • Back to the Moon [11/11 10am] • Petra: Lost City of Stone 11/11 8pm [11/12 5pm, 10pm; 11/13 6am] • Making North America: Origins [11/16 11am] • Making North America: Life [11/18 11am] • Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia 11/18 8pm; 11/23 3am [11/19 5pm, 10pm; 11/20 6am] • Making North America: Human [11/23 11am] • Saving Notre Dame 11/25 8pm; 11/27 3am [11/26 5pm, 10pm; 11/27 6am] • Look Who’s Driving [11/30 noon] NOVA Wonders [11/9 11am] • [11/30 11am] N. Scott Momaday: American Masters  [11/22 8pm; 11/23 mdnt, 8am]

Odd Squad Mon-Fri 5pm Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian 11/20 noon [11/24 5pm; 11/25 mdnt, 8am; 11/28 3am; 11/30 3am]

On Story [Sun 4am & 2:30pm except 11/29]

Open Mind Fri mdnt [Sun 5:30am, 1pm except 11/29]

Orchard House: Home of Little Women 11/17 3am MT Ordeal By Fire 11/5 noon Ornament of the World [11/9 noon] Our American Family: The Kurowskis  [11/25 5pm, 10pm; 11/26 6am; 11/28 11:30am]

Overheard with Evan Smith Sat 12:30am [Mon 4:30am]

PRS Painting with Paulson Wed 11:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell  Wed 11am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home  Sun 5am, except 11/1 4:59am MT Paradise and Purgatory Hemingway of the L Bar T and St. V’s 11/8 10:30am Pati’s Mexican Table Mon 11am PBS NewsHour Mon-Fri 6pm except 11/3 [Tue-Sat 1am except 11/4; Mon-Fri 8pm except 11/3]

PBS NewsHour Election Night Coverage 2020 11/3 6pm PBS NewsHour Weekend Sat, Sun 5:30pm except 11/28, 11/29 Peg + Cat Sat 8am The People’s Protectors  [11/13 6pm, 11pm; 11/14 7am, 1pm]

Perfect 36: When Women Won the Vote 11/18 12:30pm Pete Seeger’s Legacy: If I Had a Hammer 11/16 2pm Phoenix Mars Mission: Ashes to Ice  [11/2 11am]

Piaf: Her Story, Her Songs 11/25 2:30am The Pilgrims: American Experience  11/24 4am; 11/25 noon; 11/26 1am [11/23 5pm, 10pm; 11/24 6am]

Pinkalicious & Peterrific Sat 7:30am; Mon-Fri 10am

Pinkalicious & Peterrific: A Pinkaperfect Birthday 11/25 4pm A Place to Call Home Thu 8pm except 11/26 Poetry In America [11/6 noon] • [11/6 12:30pm; 11/20 12:30pm] • [11/13 noon; 11/20 noon] • [11/13 12:30pm] • 11/17 2pm • 11/24 2pm Points of Pride: South Dakota’s Quilting Heritage 11/11 2pm Poison Squad: American Experience  [11/11 noon]

Polio Crusade: American Experience 11/10 noon POV [Tribal Justice 11/4 5pm, 10pm; 11/5 6am]

POV Shorts Hindsight Is 20/20 11/9 9:30pm • Legacy [11/11 6pm, 11pm; 11/12 7am; 11/14 10am] • Water Warriors [11/18 5pm, 10pm; 11/19 6am; 11/21 11:30am]

Power Trip: The Story of Energy [11/16, 11/17, 11/18, 11/19, 11/23, 11/24 noon]

Prehistoric Road Trip [11/16, 11/18, 11/23 10am] Racing the Rez [11/1 7pm, 11pm; 11/2 7am; 11/5 3am, 9am]

Ready Jet Go! Mon-Fri 7am Ready Jet Go!: Back to Bortron 7  11/26 7am Rebecca 11/12 1:25pm; 11/16 3:28am • 11/13 1:26pm; 11/17 3:28am Reconnecting Roots Sat 4:30pm, except 11/28 Reconstruction: America After the Civil War [11/17 1pm] • [11/18 1pm] Red Power Energy [11/15 9pm; 11/16 1am, 9am]

Registry [11/5 noon] Rick Steves’ Europe  Sat 3pm, except 11/28 Rick Steves European Festivals  11/26 10pm Rick Steves Fascism In Europe  [11/3 noon]

Rick Steves’ Festive Europe 12/1 mdnt Rick Steves Luther and the Reformation [11/10 2pm] Rick Steves Symphonic Journey  11/2 2pm Rise of the Nazis Politics 11/10 8pm; 11/17 noon [11/12 7pm; 11/13 mdnt, 8am]• The First Six Months in Power 11/17 8pm; 11/24 noon [11/19 7pm; 11/20 mdnt, 8am]• Night of the Long Knives 11/24 8pm [11/26 7pm; 11/27 mdnt, 8am] Rising Voices/Hothaninpi [11/6 5pm, 10pm; 11/7 6am; 11/10 3am, 9am]

Roadkill On Masterpiece Episode 1 11/1 8pm; 11/3 1am • Episode 2 11/8 8pm; 11/10 1am • Episode 3 11/15 8pm; 11/17 1am • Episode 4 11/22 8pm; 11/24 1am Robert Bly: A Thousand Years of Joy  11/9 2pm MT The Rundown with Jackie Coffin  Montana’s Search for the Cure 11/1 10am; 11/2 2:30am Samantha Brown’s Places to Love  Tue mdnt except 11/3 12:01am Sammy Davis, Jr.: American Masters  [11/20 1pm]

Sand Creek Massacre 11/18 3am [11/20 5pm, 10pm; 11/21 6am, noon]

MT MADE BY MONTANAPBS 

Saving Brinton: America Reframed [11/1 7am, 3pm] MT Saving the Burg 11/26 4:30pm SciGirls [11/9 10:30am]

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

Secrets in the Bones: The Hunt for the Black Death Killer 11/11 9pm; 11/15 mdnt; 11/18 1pm Secrets of Britain’s Great Cathedrals  Fri 5am except 11/27 Secrets of Royal Travel Royal Train 11/15 9pm; 11/17 2am; 11/20 3am; 11/21 2am [11/27 6pm, 11pm; 11/28 7am, 1pm]• Royal Flight 11/22 9pm; 11/24 2am; 11/28 2am [11/27 7pm; 11/28 mdnt, 8am, 2pm]

Secrets of the Dead Abandoning the Titanic 11/4 9pm [11/5 6pm, 11pm; 11/6 7am] • World War Speed [11/5 7pm; 11/6 mdnt, 8am; 11/8 4pm] • Nero Files 11/8 mdnt • Galileo’s Moon [11/9 2pm] • Nero’s Sunken City [11/12 6pm, 11pm; 11/13 7am] • Gangster’s Gold 11/18 9pm; 11/24 3am [11/19 6pm, 11pm; 11/20 7am] • Hannibal in the Alps 11/22 12:02am • Scanning the Pyramids [11/23 1pm] • Building Notre Dame 11/25 9pm; 11/27 2am [11/26 6pm, 11pm; 11/27 7am] Secrets of Westminster 11/13 3am Sesame Street Mon-Fri 9am Shakespeare Uncovered The Winter’s Tale 11/3 2pm • Richard III 11/10 2pm Shanghai 1937: Where World War II Began [11/4 noon] The Silent Soldier and the Portrait  11/11 3am [11/9 6pm, 11pm; 11/10 7am; 11/15 3am]

Sit and Be Fit Mon, Wed, Fri 10:30amexcept 11/27 Song of the Mountains Mon 5am except 11/30 Songs of Rural America: The Symphony Concert 11/20 2pm Sousa on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum [11/1 9:30pm; 11/2 1:30am, 9:30am]

Splash and Bubbles Sun 7am Spy in the Wild, A Nature Miniseries  Intelligence [11/25 11am; 11/26 11am] Start Up [11/1 11:30am] • [11/22 11:30am] Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke  Sat 4pm, except 11/28 Stevie Nicks: 24 Karat Gold Tour  11/28 11:30pm Still Open All Hours Fri 1:30am; Sat 7:30pm except 11/28 Stories from the Stage [Tue 12:30am, 8:30am; Fri 3:30am, 9:30am; Mon 7:30pm]

Story in the Public Square Thu mdnt [Thu 4:30am]

Summoned: Frances Perkins and the General Welfare [11/12 noon] Suze Orman’s Ultimate Retirement Guide 11/28 12:30pm; 11/30 12:30am Swamp Ghost [11/9 5pm, 10pm; 11/10 6am; 11/15 2am]

Swimming in Auschwitz 11/10 3am Symphony in D 11/23 2pm

TUV Tending Nature Protecting the Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni [11/15 7pm,

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11pm; 11/16 7am; 11/19 3am, 9am] • Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-’amham [11/15 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 11/16 7:30am; 11/19 3:30am, 9:30am] • Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples [11/22 7pm, 11pm; 11/23 7am; 11/26 3am, 9am] •

Healing the Body with United Indian Health Services [11/22 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 11/23 7:30am; 11/26 3:30am, 9:30am]

Thank You for the Challenge: The 10th Quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis 11/30 2pm This Old House Sat 4am; Sat 11:30am except 11/28 MT Timeless Legacy 11/6 2pm To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  [Sun 4:30am, noon except 11/29; Sat 5am; Sat 3pm except 11/7 ]

Trezoros: The Lost Jews of Kastoria 11/19 2:30am Triangle Fire: American Experience  [11/10 1pm]

The Trouble with Maggie Cole Sat 1am; Sun 7pm except 11/29 Unforgettable Augustus Post  11/12 3:30am Unladylike2020: American Masters  [11/2 2pm]

Unspoken: America’s Native American Boarding Schools [11/17 7pm, 11pm; 11/18 7am]

Vera 11/5, 11/19 9pm; 11/12 9:30pm; Sun 1am, except 11/29 Victoria & Albert: The Wedding Episode 1 11/13 4am • Episode 2 11/20 4am Vintage Roads Great & Small  Thu 4am; Sun 6pm, except 11/29

WXY Wai Lana Yoga Sat 5am Warrior Tradition  [11/13 7pm; 11/14 mdnt, 8am, 2pm]

Warrior Women 11/6 noon [11/13 5pm, 10pm; 11/14 6am, noon; 11/17 3am, 9am; 11/19 8am]

Washington Week Sat 3am; Sun 9am; Fri 7pm [Sat 5:30am] Weekends with Yankee Sat 2:30pm, except 11/28 We’ll Meet Again Sun 10pm, except 11/29 We’re Still Here [11/2 6pm, 11pm; 11/3 7am; 11/8 3am, 9pm; 11/9 1am, 9am; 11/21 9pm; 11/22 1am, 8am, 4pm]

Wilder Than Wild: Fire, Forests, and the Future 11/4 1pm Wild Kratts Mon-Fri 6:30am; Sat 9:30am Wild Kratts: Amazin’ Amazon Adventure 11/25 6:30am Without A Whisper: Konnon:Kwe  [11/24 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 11/25 7:30am; 11/29 9:30pm; 11/30 1:30am, 9:30am]

Woodsmith Shop Sat 1pm, except 11/28 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Movie: I Am Madam President 11/25 7:30am Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum  Sun-Fri 7:30am Yoga in Practice Tue & Thu 6am


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This program documents the work going on behind the scenes to modernize the measurement system upon which all of modern life depends. Since the French Revolution, the way we weigh the world has been based on a small metallic cylinder about the diameter of golf ball, located just outside of Paris inside a high-tech vault. Encased within three vacuum-sealed bell jars, it may not look like much, but it is one of the most important objects on the planet. It affects every aspect of our lives from the moment we are born, to the food we eat, the cars we drive, and the medicines we take. This object has helped send men to the moon, and satellites into space. It is an object unlike any other, the last of its kind. It is a literal constant in an ever-changing world, and the weight by which all others are measured. In 2018, this all changed. This remarkable object was resigned to history and redefined. The Last Artifact tells the story about how this artifact came to be, how it came to pass, and what the future holds.

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