June 2022 Viewers Guide

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Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness MONDAY & TUESDAY, JUNE 27 & 28, AT 8PM

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Joe Papp in Five Acts FRIDAY, JUNE 3 8PM

Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road TUESDAY, JUNE 14 8PM

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“Hiding In Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness” features first-person accounts from more than 20 young people, ranging in age from 11 to 27, who live with mental health conditions, as well as parents, teachers, friends, healthcare providers in their lives, and independent mental health experts. The film, which includes several participants from Montana, presents an unvarnished window into daily life with mental health challenges, from seemingly insurmountable obstacles to stories of hope and resilience. Through the experiences of these young people, the film confronts the issues of stigma, discrimination, awareness, and silence, and, in doing so, helps advance a shift in the public perception of mental health issues today.

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Joe Papp in Five Acts FRIDAY, JUNE 3 8PM Also 6/9 2am

Ahead of the 60th Anniversary Season of Free Shakespeare in The Park at New York City’s Delacorte Theater in Central Park, “American Masters: Joe Papp in Five Acts” tells the story of this indomitable, street-wise champion of the arts. As founder of The Public Theater, Free Shakespeare in the Park and producer of groundbreaking plays like Hair, A Chorus Line and for colored girls…, Papp believed great art was for everyone, not just a privileged few. A cultural change agent for more than fifty years, Papp’s stages held up a mirror to society with work that reflected the reality of people’s lives. More than perhaps any other cultural figure in recent history, Papp worked to expand public access to the arts. “We have public libraries,” he would argue, “Why not public theaters?”

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Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road TUESDAY, JUNE 14 8PM Also 6/18 1am, 10:31pm

The principal originator of the “California sound,” musician, singer, songwriter, record producer and co-founder of The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson is known for his novel approach to composition and recording and is widely acknowledged as one of the most innovative and significant musicians of the 20th century. The new documentary “American Masters – Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road” follows Wilson on a drive through Los Angeles with his longtime friend and Rolling Stone editor Jason Fine. With Fine behind the wheel and Wilson selecting the music, they reflect on the formative and creative periods in Wilson’s life as they revisit the places that helped to shape his career.

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Locally produced programs

Montana PBS Election Coverage Montana’s Primary Elections TUESDAY, JUNE 7 AT 6:56PM, 7:56PM, 9:10PM, 10PM & 10:34PM

Join Montana PBS for Primary Election Night Coverage Montana PBS provides live coverage of the major races across Montana, including up-to-the-minute voting results and analysis. Coverage begins immediately after the PBS NewsHour and after each program on Primary Election night, until we wrap up at about 10:30pm.

John Twiggs hosts.

Backroads of Montana Fort Peck to Ovando Meet Pearl Nickels who, in her 90s, still works every day on the ranch near Fort Peck. Learn about gumbo—a volcanic clay that makes getting around a sticky mess. St. Mary of the Assumption has served farmers in the Ruby Valley for more than a century. It takes a special effort to keep the the Monture Guard station north of Ovando in working condition, and more Airs 6/4 5pm

Coming Home Accompany the Shakespeare in the Parks troupe to Birney, visit Kremlin-Gilford for its last homecoming parade, plant a special tree with a group of Girl Scouts in Great Falls, and walk an interpretive trail near Hamilton. Airs 6/25 5pm

Montana AG Live Alfalfa Pests Alfalfa plays

make a Seeley Lake campground a great place to pitch your tent. People around the world visit a Lolo ranch without leaving their homes. Observe the process as ice forms on a Montana river. Visit Giant Springs State Park where Great Falls residents reflect. William Marcus hosts. Airs 6/11 5pm

a significant role as a source of high-protein feed in both beef and dairy production. Unfortunately, the alfalfa weevil has been a major pest problem for years. Erika Rodbell, an enthusiastic Montana State University graduate student in Entomology, has been studying that weevil’s resistance to pesticides. Erika joins us to share a bit of her research, including some good news for our Montana alfalfa growers. Airs 6/5 11am

Anaconda to Comertown Go up the slopes

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with a ski instructor near Anaconda, discover the art of glass blowing in Townsend, visit a monument to Native American soldiers at the Little Big Horn Battlefield in and attend a reunion in the nearly forgotten northeastern Montana town of Comertown. Airs 6/18 5pm

years has seen a lot of changes in the labor market. Join Diane Charlton, an Agricultural Economist with Montana State University and a national expert on labor issues, as she shares her insights on the current labor market in the country, especially in agriculture. Airs 6/5 6pm; 6/12 11am

Beef Industry in Montana Beef production plays a significant role in Montana’s ag business. Currently, the largest part of that economy is breeding and raising cattle on pastured grazing, but there is also a move to bring back to Montana the finishing, butchering, and distribution of products. Montana’s cattle industry is also growing and adapting to meet the needs of modern consumers. Airs 6/12 6pm; 6/19 11am

Rural Development with the USDA Kathleen Williams, the Montana Director of the USDA Rural Development Office, joins the panel to discuss rural development issues in Montana. She’ll share thoughts on how to improve rural economies as we slowly exit the COVID pandemic, as well as answering your questions concerning the role of the USDA relative to rural development. Airs 6/19 6pm; 6/26 11am

Agri-Business in Montana The business of agriculture includes ranches and farms across the state, from small, family-run ventures to large operations involving thousands of acres, many employees, and huge budgets. The panel discusses evolving ag services, possible effects of current geopolitical and economic factors on different parts of ag business, and emerging opportunities and markets. Airs 6/26 6pm


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Celebrate America Across Montana: Tim Janis with State School Choirs (2022) School choirs from throughout Montana perform in this special presentation created to spotlight our nation’s youth and pull communities together in an uplifting and inspiring celebration of music. Hundreds of students from Montana school music programs share their talent with all of Montana. Airs 6/2 7pm; 6/5 10am; 6/6 2am

Bicycle Corps: America’s Black Army On Wheels This program tells the story of the 25th Infantry’s bicycle trip from Missoula, Montana, to St. Louis, Missouri in 1897. The African American infantry took the trip to test a theory that the bicycle would replace the horse in transporting men for the army. With archival film, photographs and interviews with historians, the program also examines the life of the African American soldier at the turn of the century, in particular First Sergeant Mingo Sanders, the main motivator of the enlisted men. Airs 6/8 3am

A Timeless Legacy: Women Artists of Glacier National Park For almost a century women have been coming to one of the

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most ruggedly beautiful and culturally rich locations in Montana to capture the majesty of the landscape. Airs 6/8 noon, 6/30 7pm

Stories From Montana’s Future: Aaniiih, Nakoda, Dakota, and Lakota Country Films produced by students from the Fort Peck and Fort Belknap Indian Reservations are showcased. Films include “In This Together, We Are One,” the story of the Buffalo Unity Project at Poplar Middle School in Montana, and “Looking Forward from Yesterday” with reflections from elders and teens about the history and future of the Aaniiih and Nakoda Tribes of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. Airs 6/9 7:30pm; 6/12 10:30am; 6/13 2:30am

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The 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 6/13 3am; 6/17 noon

Bard in the Backcountry From first read through to final performance, this program takes a behind-the-scenes look at a summer of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks and tells the story of Shakespeare in Montana. Airs 6/16 7pm; 6/19 10am; 6/20 2am; 6/21 noon

Indian Relay The hope and determina-

Fort Peck Dam Work had just begun, and

tion of modern-day American Indian life is revealed in this film about what it takes to win one of the most exciting and perilous forms of horse racing practiced anywhere in the world today. Featuring remarkable high-speed cinematography, “Indian Relay” follows three teams from different American Indian communities as they prepare for and compete in a grueling Indian Relay season. Airs 6/10 noon

already it was the largest dam in the world. It provided hope and a regular paycheck during the darkest days of the Great Depression. The dam was an engineering feat for the Montana Badlands, a place as harsh and desolate as any on earth. Thousands of men and their families faced unforgiving conditions to build the Fort Peck Dam, a project bold in design, daring in execution and far reaching in its effects. Airs 6/24 noon

Joe Santos of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes heads out on Flathead Lake in “Indigenous Business.”

Indigenous Business THURSDAY, 6/9 7PM Also 6/12 10am; 6/13 2am

“Indigenous Business,” explores five unique Native American Made in Montana businesses in Western Montana. From candles to stir-fry, basket weaving to fish keeping, Native American business owners find ways to channel culture and heritage into trades that sustain themselves, their tribes, and their families. These stories document the resilience, creativity, and passion of Indigenous business owners. The state of Montana has a vast history of Native American heritage, and with twelve tribes and seven reservations in the state, each tribal nation boasts its own unique culture, language, and identity. Many members of these tribes utilize their cultural heritage, as well as their innate creativity, in business pursuits. Through these businesses, people across the state, country, and world are able to enjoy the rich identity that makes these businesses what they are.


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LEARN AT HOME, TOO! Whether it’s just a few days or for an extended period, we’ll have materials for educators, parents and students to help learning at home. Every month we’ll select a few programs, and create digital curriculum-aligned lesson plans and bonus resources all available on-line at montanpbs.org/learnathome. To learn how to get the most out of Montana PBS Learn at Home Too! , contact Nikki Vradenburg at nikki@montanapbs.org or Deanna Mydland at deanna@montanapbs.org

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Featured programs in June Prehistoric Road Trip: We Dig Dinosaurs

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Elinor and her pals, Ari and Olive, explore their world, meeting all kinds of interesting, funny, and quirky characters, each with a lesson to share about respecting others, the importance of diversity, caring for the environment, and working together to solve problems.

Join Emily Graslie for a summer road trip through America’s dinosaur country on a search for mysterious creatures and bizarre ecosystems that have shaped Earth. In this episode, cruise with Emily into the Cretaceous, when astonishing creatures like T. rex dominated the planet.

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9:00 NOVA “Great Escape at Dunkirk” Archaeologists recover remains of ships and planes lost during World War II’s Dunkirk operation. TV-PG

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Voting Rights In America Prehistoric Road Trip: Tiny Teeth, Fearsome Beasts NHK Newsline Independent Lens: Bedlam WORLD PBS NewsHour WORLD Amanpour and Company Talent Has Hunger WORLD The Registry Escape to the Chateau: Fishing, Foraging and an Elevator WORLD BBC World News A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Medieval Armormaker MT Backroads of Montana: Reaching Goals WORLD

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Pete Hammond NHK Newsline Scotland’s Scenic Railways WORLD PBS NewsHour Great Performances: Keeping Company with Sondheim WORLD Amanpour and Company WORLD Hayao Miyazaki: 10 Years with the Master: No Cheap Excuses Piaf: Her Story, Her Songs WORLD BBC World News WORLD Story in the Public Square Antiques Roadshow: Musical Scores WORLD Newsroom Tokyo WORLD Direct Talk

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Reel South: Gimme a Faith TV-PG

8:00 McLeod’s Daughters “Blame It on the Moonlight” Claire is irritated over Tess’ three homestay guests. They’re starting to shear today and the last thing she needs are tourists getting in the way. Jodi is surprised by Alberto’s return from Italy. TV-PG

Frontline: Police On Trial

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School Choirs (2022)” School choirs from across Montana perform in this special spotlighting our youth. TV-G

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Mozambique” New Bedford, MA has a significant Portuguese population and Shrimp Mozambique is a star dish.

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Chasing The Wind” The relationship between humans and horses, which is almost as old as civilization, is explored. TV-PG

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11:30 Epic Trails “Backpacking Quebec, Pt 1” Eric Hanson backpacks along the Saguenay Fjord and paddles in Quebec’s Laurentian Mountains. TV-G

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11th & Grant Greater Montana Foundation Montana State University Office of the President Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort Gilhousen Family Foundation Donna Spitzer-Ostrovsky Iris M-L Model Sanderson Stewart Gibson Acoustic Guitar & Music Villa Bill & Jane Gum Sal & Carol G. Lalani Poindexter’s Bob & Karin Utzinger Mary Routhier Rocking R Bar Stockman Bank Rob & Lynn Peterson-Maher Alice Meister & George Baskin Gary & Sue Andrews

Tony & Martha Biel Jack & Linda Hyyppa Pheasant Farms Steve & Peggy O’Neil Bob & Marjorie Hickman Tim & Kathy Hammond Mary & Alan Brutger Suzy & Robert Sterling Ed Lewis Mark & Lori Rosolowsky & Open Sky Artists Dr. Bill & Patty Fraser Ellen & Terry Alborn Gregory Young & Elizabeth Croy Peg Wherry Nancy & Thomas Hildner Cathy & Richard Conover Jack & Donna Hunt Jack Dostal

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HD & World Channels Montana AG Live SUNDAYS AT 6PM

Labor Issues in Montana Ag 6/5 6PM Also 6/12 11am

Join Diane Charlton, an Agricultural Economist with Montana State University and a national expert on labor issues, as she shares her insights on the current labor market in the country.

Beef Industry in Montana 6/12 6PM Also 6/19 11am

Beef production plays a significant role in Montana’s ag business. Montana’s cattle industry is growing and adapting to meet the needs of modern consumers.

Rural Development with the USDA 6/19 6PM Also 6/26 11am

Kathleen Williams, the Montana Director of the USDA Rural Development Office, joins the panel to discuss rural development issues in Montana.

Agri-Business in Montana 6/26 6PM Also 7/3 11am

The panel discusses evolving ag services, possible effects of current geopolitical and economic factors on different parts of ag business, and emerging opportunities and markets.

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8:00 American Masters “Joe Papp In Five Acts” Joe Papp created a “theater of inclusion” based on the belief that great art is for everyone. TV-14

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Human and Computer Ask No Questions NHK Newsline Last of the Summer Wine: Who’s That Talking to Lenny? WORLD PBS NewsHour My Hero: Pet Rescue Signs of the Time WORLD Amanpour and Company Babe Ruth at Sing Sing WORLD The Future of America’s Past: The Revolutions WORLD Stories from the Stage: Serving with Honor How the Victorians Built Britain: How Britain Got Moving WORLD BBC World News WORLD DW Global 3000 Scotland’s Scenic Railways WORLD Newsroom Tokyo WORLD Direct Talk

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WORLD Second Opinion: Transgender Health 4:30 Ask This Old House: Basic Electrical Tools, Home Energy Assessment 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga: Rise and Shine! 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 4:00

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6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Hometown Band” This show boasts an eclectic mix of musical styles including the polka, waltz, country, Broadway, and patriotic songs. Larry Hooper is a “Ding Dong Daddy”, Sandi, and Salli invite us to “Keep A Little Sunshine In Your Heart”, and Andra Willis recalls Wee Bonnie Baker with “Oh Johnny”. The whole cast salutes Lawrence Welk’s birthplace with “My North Dakota Home”. TV-G

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PBS NewsHour Charlie Bee Company: Honey, Honey WORLD Amanpour and Company Washington Week WORLD Prehistoric Road Trip: Tiny Teeth, Fearsome Beasts Market to Market This Old House: Saratoga Springs | Up and Away WORLD

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7:30 My Hero “The Older Man” It’s George’s birthday and, at 327 years old, he’s a mere spring chicken in Planet Ultron terms. But the lease on George’s earthly body has run out and he’s starting to look his real age rather rapidly.


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9:30 When Comedy Went to School A remarkable group of Jewish-American comedians discuss what the Catskills meant to their careers. TV-PG 10:00

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at the Chateau” Dick and Angel rush to complete a huge to-do list before the arrival of the family from England.

En Español” The eclectic country rock band the Mavericks perform hits and songs from their album En Espanol. Family Pictures USA: Detroit TV-PG

11:30 Lost River Sessions “Amythyst Kiah” Roots singer-songwriter Amythyst Kiah performs a stirring solo set in Bowling Green, Kentucky. TV-G

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Follow the diffident chaperone to dancer Louise Brooks in this Jazz Age drama from Julian Fellowes. TV-14

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11:00 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Crossing Cultures” String trio Time for Three makes music drawn from classical, bluegrass, pop and more. TV-PG

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11:30 Wild Travels Props, costumes and more cinematic oddities are explored at Movie Madness Videos in Portland.

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Very personal stories of several World War II veterans as they return to Normandy are highlighted. TV-PG

11:30 Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan “Kate Bowler” Kelly Corrigan talks with divinity professor and writer Kate Bowler. TV-PG

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9:00 Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice

Equus: Story of the

Horse: Origins TV-G

Stories from the Stage: Pride

Hr 2” A Renaissance-revival poison ring from 1875 and a 1939 Union Pacific premiere banner are appraised. TV-G

Backwards 3 with Miranda Esmonde-White: TV-G

George Stevens, director of the films A Place in the Sun and The Diary of Anne Frank, is profiled. TV-PG

WORLD

8:00 Antiques Roadshow “Green Bay,

WORLD  Aging

10:00 The Directors “George Stevens”

Hidden Map: TV-G

Hour One” Highlights include a 1967 Green Bay Packers “Ice Bowl” sign and an 1849-1850 Gold Rush diary. TV-G

Steves Fascism In Europe:

8:00 The Chaperone on Masterpiece

WORLD  The

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Green Bay,

TV-PG

9:00

Backwards 3 with Miranda Esmonde-White MT Celebrate America Across Montana: Tim Janis with State School Choirs (2022) WORLD History with David Rubenstein: David Reynolds WORLD Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan: Samantha Power Day of Days: June 6, 1944 WORLD We’ll Meet Again: Coming Out D-Day: Over Normandy WORLD BBC World News WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith: Ten Years of Overheard: Entertainers Woodsongs: Ukulele Celebration with EmiSunshine and Victor & Penny WORLD Newsroom Tokyo WORLD Direct Talk

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

7:00 Secrets of Westminster A world of

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Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan: Samantha Power TV-PG

WORLD

6:00 MT Montana AG Live “Labor Issues

3:00 How the Victorians Built Britain “How Britain Got Moving” Michael reveals how Victorian engineers revolutionized public transport with several inventions. TV-PG

History with David Rubenstein: David Reynolds TV-PG

WORLD

5:30 PBS News Weekend

P M A F T E R N O O N / E V E N IN G

3:00

Reel South: Gimme A Faith TV-PG

4:30 Escape to the Chateau “Christmas

10:30 Austin City Limits “The Mavericks:

11:00

WORLD

MT MADE BY MONTANA PBS

LEARN AT HOME, TOO!

traditions alive or celebrating with festive feasts, this is the food that makes us feel safe and sound. In this episode, Mary is off to explore how different families use food to create their own wonderful sense of home. Mary meets a father-and-daughter team who have taken their home cooking to the streets with their own food van and a family who have created a slice of Sicily in north London.

Actor Frank Ferrante celebrates the style and spirit of comedian Groucho Marx in a filmed play. TV-PG

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Stories from the Stage: Pride

1:00 The Chaperone on Masterpiece

PBS NewsHour Amanpour and Company 3:00 Secrets of Westminster 3:00 WORLD Ask No Questions 4:00 We’ll Meet Again: Coming Out 1:00

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BBC World News Asia Insight 5:00 Getting Dot Older 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 Mary Berry’s Simple Comforts: Home 5:40 WORLD Direct Talk 4:00

WORLD

4:30

WORLD

2:12 Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred 3:00 3:00

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6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 4:00

P M E VE N I N G

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

4:30

5:00

6:00 PBS NewsHour

5:00

6:56 Montana PBS Election Coverage

5:30

“Welcome, Part 1”

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

7:56 Montana PBS Election Coverage “Update, Part 2”

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PBS NewsHour DW The Day

PM EV EN ING

9:14 Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years The life of contralto Marian Anderson and her struggles against racism and poverty are explored. TV-PG 9:30

WORLD

6:00 PBS NewsHour

10:00 Montana PBS Election Coverage

8:00

“Wrap-Up, Part 5”

10:39 Amanpour and Company 11:37 MotorWeek The Jeep Grand Cherokee and the Toyota Tundra are tested on the road. TV-G

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JUNE 8

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G 12:04 GZERO World with Ian Bremmer:

Regional War and Global Hunger

12:32 NHK Newsline 1:00 The Stand: How One Gesture Shook 1:01 2:00

the World PBS NewsHour WORLD Amanpour and Company WORLD

WORLD

PBS NewsHour

landscape of artificial intelligence technology and how it can further evolve. TV-PG 9:00

WORLD

9:30

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DW The Day BBC World News

“Aaniiih, Nakoda, Dakota, and Lakota Country” Award-winning films made by some of Montana’s outstanding high school teenagers. TV-G 4 S EE P. 5

10:00

8:00 McLeod’s Daughters “Made to Be Broken” Claire and Alex are finding their potential clients are being put off by destructive rumors spread by Peter Johnson—that 10 years ago Alex was responsible for crippling a local boy when he ran his car off the road. TV-PG

8:00

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9:00 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries “Death on the Vine” Phryne investigates a death at a vineyard in the countryside during an annual wine festival. TV-PG-V 9:00

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9:30

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Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song: Part 2 TV-14-L

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and Crabs” Oysters and crabs tell the story of Virginia’s Eastern Shore, a region that is shaped by change.

JUNE 9

WORLD America ReFramed: The Hand That Feeds TV-PG

10:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 Epic Trails “Backpacking Quebec, Pt 2” Eric Hanson explores the coastal hiking routes of Gaspsie and visits the Eastern Township of Quebec. TV-G

11:30 Roadfood “Eastern Shore, VA: Oysters

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Our American Family: The Barreras TV-G

WORLD

10:00 BBC World News

10:00 BBC World News

WORLD  The

10:34 Montana PBS Election Coverage

7:30 MT Stories from Montana’s Future

9:00 AI vs The Human Brain: The Final Showdown Examines the current

10:07 BBC World News Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song, Pt 1 TV-14-L

of five businesses working under the Native American Made in Montana program. 4 S TO RY, P. 5

8:00 NOVA “Dead Sea Scroll Detectives” Scientists use new technology to examine the ancient Dead Sea Scrolls and newly surfaced fragments. TV-PG

WORLD America ReFramed: The Hand That Feeds TV-PG

7:00 MT Indigenous Business The stories

Mississippi” The Mississippi stretch into nearly half of America. Explore Its waterfalls, wildlife and swamps. TV-PG

“Returns & Analysis, Part 4” 10:00

6:00

7:00 Rivers of Life: Mississippi “The

10:30 Amanpour and Company

BBC World News

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

7:30

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

9:10 Montana PBS Election Coverage “Early Returns, Part 3”

P M E VE NI NG

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

8:01 The Stand: How One Gesture Shook the World Delve into the circumstances that compelled runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos to make an iconic gesture of defiance at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City during a critically important and volatile time for the civil rights movement. TV-PG

Years MT Bicycle Corps: America’s Black Army on Wheels WORLD Family Pictures USA: North Carolina Escape to the Chateau: Christmas at the Chateau WORLD BBC World News WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Quilter WORLD Newsroom Tokyo MT Backroads of Montana: News, Brews and Views

11:30

WORLD Our American Family: The Barreras: TV-G

FRIDAY

JUNE 10

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

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt The Open Mind: Reading and Thinking

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Scotland’s Scenic Railways

MDNT

McGarvey

1:00

WORLD

PBS NewsHour

2:00 American Masters: Joe Papp In Five Acts

Amanpour and Company Family Pictures USA: Detroit 3:30 American Masters: Michael Tilson Thomas: Where Now Is 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Green Bay, Hr 1 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 2:00

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12:30 1:00 1:00

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WORLD  Feel

Better with Pressure Point Therapy NHK Newsline Last of the Summer Wine: Oh Look! Mitzi’s Found Her Mummy WORLD PBS NewsHour My Hero: The Older Man When Comedy Went to School WORLD Amanpour and Company Secrets of Selfridges WORLD POV Shorts: Dreaming Life WORLD Stories from the Stage: Pride


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LEARN AT HOME, TOO!

MT MADE BY MONTANA PBS

4:00 How The Victorians Built Britain: Saving The Nation’s Health

BBC World News DW Global 3000 5:00 Scotland’s Scenic Railways 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 4:00

WORLD

4:30

WORLD

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

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

WORLD  Betty White: First Lady of Television: TV-G

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 8:00 American Masters “Rita Moreno: Just A Girl Who Decided to Go for It” Explore the life and the 70-year career of Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award winner Rita Moreno. TV-14-L 8:00

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COURTESY OF LAPTONLINE.ORG

Promotional image from North by Northwest.

10:00 BBC World News 10:00

WORLD  NOVA: NOVA Universe Revealed:

Milky Way TV-PG

10:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G 11:30

WORLD  Betty

White: First Lady of Television: TV-G

SATURDAY

JUNE 11

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Escape to the Chateau:

Christmas at the Chateau

1:00 The 1900 Island 1:00

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PBS NewsHour Charlie Bee Company: Beeweaver WORLD Amanpour and Company Washington Week WORLD  Aging Backwards 3 with Miranda Esmonde-White Market to Market This Old House: Saratoga Springs | Raise The Roof WORLD Second Opinion: Atrial Fibrillation Ask This Old House: All About Succulents, Under-Sink Water Filter WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Wai Lana Yoga: Agnisar Kriya WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood WORLD Washington Week WORLD

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

Montana PBS Film Classics

North by Northwest (1959) SATURDAY, 6/11 8:03 PM Also 6/12 1pm

New York City ad executive Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant) is pursued by ruthless spy Phillip Vandamm (James Mason) after Thornhill is mistaken for a government agent. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with its iconic scenes set on Mount Rushmore, and with an attack by a crop duster plane, it’s often listed among the greatest films of all time.

The Ladykillers (1956) SATURDAY, 6/18 8:03 PM Also 6/19 1pm

Mrs. Wilberforce (Katie Johnson) likes to report suspicious behavior to the police. Unaware of her reputation, the dapper thief Professor Marcus (Alec Guinness) rents rooms in the elderly widow’s home for himself and his band of cohorts.

The Philadelphia Story (1940) SATURDAY, 6/25 8:03 PM Also 6/26 1pm

Tracy Lord (Katharine Hepburn) is a Philadelphia socialite whose wedding plans are complicated by the simultaneous arrival of her ex-husband, C.K. Dexter Haven (Cary Grant), and a tabloid magazine journalist, Macaulay “Mike” Connor (James Stewart). Directed by George Cukor, this film was Hepburn’s big hit following several flops, and MGM took the unusual step of using two A-list stars to help insure success. Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn and James Stewart star in The Philidelphia Story. COURTESY OF APTONLINE.ORG

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6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Hooray for Hollywood” “Take Your GirlieToThe Movies” opens this show from 1975. Bobby and Cissy dance to “The Entertainer”, Guy and Ralna sing “True Love”, Tom Netherton sings the unforgettable “As Time Goes By”, and Sandi, Gail, and Mary Lou join Larry Hooper for “Toot, Toot, Tootsie”. TV-G

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “Plenty of Room in the Back” TV-PG

9:30

“Yorkshire Coast” Mary heads to the dramatic Yorkshire coastline to celebrate a unique bonfire party, explore the ancient seaport of Whitby and sample some classic, coastal comfort food—fish and chips and ice cream. Mary visits a small smokehouse that has been run by the same family for five generations, where she helps to smoke herring to make their world-renowned kippers. To end her time in Yorkshire, Mary helps a local community with their unique bonfire for Guy Fawkes Night.

10:00

4:30 Escape to the Chateau “Only 20 Rooms to Go” The couple get cracking on the 20 rooms that still need fixing and Angel buys a clapped-out van.

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WORLD Our American Family: The Barreras: TV-G WORLD  Benjamin Franklin: Join Or Die (1706-1774) TV-PG

TV-PG

11:18 Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul: Soulfire Little Steven and his band blast through an arsenal of songs spanning rock, pop, soul and blues. TV-PG

SUNDAY

in Montana” TV-G

1:00 2:00 3:00

4:00 4:00 4:30

5:00 5:00

5:30

(1775-1790) Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Death on the Vine Silent Sacrifice: Stories of Japanese American Incarceration WORLD  Aging Backwards 2 with Miranda Esmonde-White Finding Your Roots: Laughing on the Inside WORLD On Story: A Conversation with Dave Callaham WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: Handcrafted WORLD Washington Week Ready Jet Go!

2:00 2:00

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Equus: Story of the Horse: Chasing The Wind TV-PG

7:30

WORLD  Italy

P M E VE NI NG

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

9:00 10:00

WORLD  Feel

Hr 3” Discover Green Bay treasures including a Belle Epoque diamond necklace and 1954 baseball cards. TV-G 7:00 7:30

A Rohmer doll is valued on the patio and Tiffany vases stun an appraiser in the lavish ballroom. TV-G

Wise, Academy Award-winning director of West Side Story and The Sound of Music, is profiled. TV-PG

11:00 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Home and Away” Landscape architect Sarah Zewde has traveled far and wide to discover and refine her calling. TV-PG

11:30 Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan “Lilly Singh” Kelly Corrigan talks with comedian Lilly Singh. TV-PG 11:30

WORLD  Italy

8:00

Made with Love: TV-G

WORLD

PBS NewsHour

9:00 Independent Lens “Made In Boise” Four surrogates in Boise, Idaho and the intended parents whose children they carry are featured. TV-14

Better with Pressure Point

10:10 The Directors “Robert Wise” Robert

The Future of America’s Past: Red Chicago TV-PG WORLD Stories from the Stage: Unfamiliar WORLD

8:00 Antiques Roadshow “Newport, Hr 1”

Made with Love TV-G

Therapy: TV-G WORLD  Nature: Equus: Story of the Horse: Chasing The Wind TV-PG

AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange: Mama Gloria

WORLD

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Green Bay,

8:30 Endeavour Season 7 On Masterpiece “Zenana” Morse investigates an accident at Lady Matilda’s College and becomes convinced it is foul play. TV-14 4 S TO RY, P. 1 3

Jerry Jeff Walker & Billy Joe Shaver Better with Pressure Point Therapy MT Indigenous Business WORLD  Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things MT Stories from Montana’s Future: Aaniiih, Nakoda, Dakota, and Lakota Country MT The Beef Trail: A Pioneering Montana Ski Area 10 Modern Marvels That Changed America WORLD BBC World News WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith: Ten Years of Overheard: Authors Woodsongs: Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers and Gumbo, Grits WORLD Newsroom Tokyo WORLD  Feel

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

WORLD  Nature:

7:00 The Water of Life TV-PG

JUNE 12

A M EA R LY M O R N I N G mdnt The Woman In White: Episode 1 12:30 WORLD  Benjamin Franklin: An American

1:00

6:00 MT Montana AG Live “Beef Industry 6:00

JUNE 13

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt McLeod’s Daughters: Made to Be Broken 1:00 Austin City Limits: Texas Icons:

5:30 PBS News Weekend

10:20 Austin City Limits “Texas Icons: Jerry Jeff Walker & Billy Joe Shaver” TV-PG

MONDAY

4:01 Mary Berry’s Simple Comforts

8:03 Montana PBS Film Classics “North

4

Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song, Pt 2 TV-14-L

“Saving The Nation’s Health” Michael reveals how Victorians created the sewer system, providing clean water for all. TV-PG

WORLD America ReFramed: The Hand That Feeds TV-PG

TV-PG

WORLD  The

3:17 How The Victorians Built Britain

an ordinary morning in a supermarket car-park­—until Mrs. Raven has a runin with a stack of wayward trolleys and is tipped over the edge of the multi-storey building. It’s ThermoMan to the rescue—but when he refuses Mrs R’s kind offer of Battenberg cake in return for saving her life, retribution is swift!

by Northwest (1959)” An ad executive is pursued by a ruthless spy after being mistaken for a government agent.

The Open Mind

PM AF T ER N OON/E VE NI NG 3:00

7:30 My Hero “Puttin’ on the Writs” It’s just

8:00

WORLD

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

DW The Day BBC World News WORLD Pacific Heartbeat: Leitis In Waiting TV-14

9:00

WORLD

9:30

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10:00

10:30 BBC World News 11:00 Amanpour and Company 11:00

AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange: Mama Gloria

WORLD

TUESDAY

JUNE 14

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Travels with Darley: California’s Central

Coast

MDNT

The Future of America’s Past: Red Chicago

WORLD


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

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

12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30

WORLD

Stories from the Stage: Unfamiliar

1:00 Endeavour Season 7 On Masterpiece:

Zenana

1:00 2:00

3:00 3:00

4:00 4:00 4:30

5:00 5:00

5:30

PBS NewsHour Amanpour and Company Secrets of Scotland Yard WORLD In Their Own Words: Queen Elizabeth II Mona Lisa Is Missing WORLD BBC World News WORLD Asia Insight Getting Dot Older WORLD Newsroom Tokyo Mary Berry’s Simple Comforts: Yorkshire Coast WORLD WORLD

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

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

WORLD

Independent Lens: Cured TV-M

7:00 Finding Your Roots “This Land is My Land” Henry Louis Gates Jr. reveals the unexpected family trees of Queen Latifah and actor Jeffrey Wright. TV-PG-L 7:00

WORLD

Amazing Human Body: Grow TV-PG

8:00 American Masters “Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road” TV-PG 8:00

WORLD

9:00

WORLD

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PBS NewsHour DW The Day

New Season!

9:30 Antiques Roadshow Recut “Treasure Fever, Pt 1” A Lakota Sioux doctor’s bag and other items with health and medicine history are explored. TV-G 9:30

WORLD

BBC World News

WORLD

NOVA: Dead Sea Scroll Detectives

TV-PG

10:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00

WORLD

Independent Lens: Cured TV-M

11:30 MotorWeek The 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross and the Mercedes Benz S500 are road tested. TV-G

WEDNESDAY

JUNE 15

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

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

2:30 3:00

4:00 4:00

Endeavour on Masterpiece SUNDAYS AT 8PM, BEGINNING JUNE 12

Zenana (Last Season’s Finale) 6/12 8:30PM Also 6/14 1am

10:00 BBC World News 10:00

COURTESY OF MAMMOTH SCREEN AND MASTERPIECE.

Roger Allam as Thursday and Shaun Evans as Morse.

The Autocrat’s Curse WORLD Amazing Human Body: Grow NHK Newsline Independent Lens: Made In Boise WORLD PBS NewsHour WORLD Amanpour and Company Don Quixote In Newark WORLD In Their Own Words: Muhammad Ali Escape to the Chateau: Only 20 Rooms to Go WORLD BBC World News

When Morse investigates an apparent freak accident at Lady Matilda’s College, he uncovers a potential link between a series of incidents across Oxford. Despite Thursday’s skepticism, Morse becomes convinced the accidents are the result of foul play.

Striker (Season 8 Premiere) 6/19 8PM Also 6/21 2am

An explosive murder at an Oxford college has potentially far-reaching political ramifications. Meanwhile, Endeavour is tasked with guarding the life of a beloved football team’s star striker.

Scherzo 6/26 8PM Also 6/28 2am

On the outskirts of Oxford, a cab driver is found murdered in his taxi. The investigation into his death leads Endeavour and the team down a surprising path. Endeavour receives a guest who reminds him of a past he’d sooner forget.

Terminus 7/3 8PM Also 7/5 2am

In the cold of Winter, the team is called to investigate the violent killing of an Oxford college don. Thursday receives news that creates tension at home.

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WORLD

GZERO World with Ian Bremmer

5:00 A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Shoemakers

Newsroom Tokyo

5:00

WORLD

5:30

MT Backroads of Montana:

Harlo to Huntley

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

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

WORLD

POV: Pier Kids TV-M

7:00 Nature “Wild Florida” A growing human population and abandoned exotic pets are threatening Florida’s wild paradise. TV-PG

8:00 NOVA “Polar Extremes” Uncover the bizarre history of the poles, from milesthick ice sheets to warm polar forests. TV-PG

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PBS NewsHour DW The Day BBC World News

10:00 BBC World News 10:00

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Independent Lens: Made In Boise

TV-14

10:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 Roadfood “Southern Louisiana: Gumbo” Gumbo came out of the great diversity of cultures that were present in Louisiana at the time. 11:30

WORLD

POV: Pier Kids TV-M

THURSDAY Quinn Kelsey and Rosa Feola as Gilda in a scene from Verdi’s “Rigoletto.” COURTESY OF KEN HOWARD / MET OPERA

Great Performances at the Met

Rigoletto FRIDAY, 6/17 8PM Also 6/23 2am

This production features a non-traditional take on Verdi’s timeless tragedy about the Duke of Mantua, his hunch-backed court jester Rigoletto, and Rigoletto’s daughter Gilda. Enjoy baritone Quinn Kelsey (in the role of Rigoletto) in a version that takes place in 1920s Europe, by Tony-winning director Bartlett Sher. Maestro Daniele Rustioni conducts with soprano Rosa Feola as Gilda and tenor Piotr Beczała as the Duke of Mantua. The elaborate Art Deco sets depicting 1920s Europe and the elegant costumes worn by the cast were designed by the award-winning designers Michael Yeargan and Catherine Zuber, repectively.

AM mdnt 12:30 1:00

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Story in the Public Square: Azar Nafisi NHK Newsline Trains that Changed the World: Speed 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 American Masters: Rita Moreno: Just A Girl Who Decided to Go for It 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD In Their Own Words: Jim Henson 4:00 Roadtrip Nation: Caring Forward 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Green Bay, Hr 3 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo

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

America ReFramed: Broken Heart Land TV-PG

WORLD

7:00 MT Bard in the Backcountry A behind-the-scenes look at a summer of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks is showcased. 4 S EE P. 5


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7:30

Murder In Montrose: The Paul Broussard Legacy TV-PG

WORLD

8:00 McLeod’s Daughters “Best of Enemies” Tess meets Sandra Kinsella at the cattle sale yards and likes her instantly, only to discover that Claire dislikes her intensely. Their childhood dispute is renewed when a herd of calves is stolen from Drover’s Run, and Claire is convinced that Sandra is responsible. TV-PG 8:00

WORLD

PBS NewsHour

9:00 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries “Dead Air” Dot’s favorite show is interrupted by panic when the radio station’s bookkeeper is found murdered. TV-PG-V

9:00

WORLD

9:30

WORLD

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover 7:30

“Rigoletto” Enjoy baritone Quinn Kelsey in the title role of Verdi’s timeless tragedy reset in 1920s Europe. TV-14 4 S TO RY, P. 14 8:00

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11:30 Epic Trails “Backpacking Quebec, Pt 3” Eric Hanson battles the elements while backpacking during an early season snowstorm in Charlevoix. TV-G Murder In Montrose: The Paul Broussard Legacy: TV-PG WORLD

JUNE 17

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt The Open Mind: How Democracy

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Survives Disinformation WORLD Speaking Grief NHK Newsline Last of the Summer Wine: Plenty of Room in the Back WORLD PBS NewsHour My Hero: Puttin’ on the Writs We’ll Meet Again: Lost Children of Vietnam WORLD Amanpour and Company Chihuly Fire & Light WORLD The Future of America’s Past: Red Chicago WORLD Stories from the Stage: Unfamiliar How The Victorians Built Britain: Making of the Modern Home WORLD BBC World News WORLD DW Global 3000 Trains that Changed the World: Speed WORLD Newsroom Tokyo

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6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “The Great Gershwin” When this 1972 show opens with “Of Thee I Sing” you know that wonderful music will follow. Norma Zimmer fills the bill with the haunting “Someone To Watch Over Me”, Bobby and Cissy dance to “The Man I Love”, and how could you top “Rhapsody In Blue”? Joe Livoti reminds us just how beautiful “Summertime” is and Sandi and Salli have fun with “Do, Do, Do”. “S’Wonderful” sums the music of the great George Gershwin.

5:30 BBC World News Today 6:00 PBS NewsHour American Masters: Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road TV-PG

Only 20 Rooms to Go POV Shorts: Post: Colonial Queer American Masters: Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road WORLD PBS NewsHour WORLD Amanpour and Company Bluegrass Underground: Making of the Caverns Washington Week WORLD Amazing Human Body: Grow Market to Market This Old House: Saratoga Springs | Up and Away WORLD Second Opinion: Eating Disorders Ask This Old House: Basic Electrical Tools, Home Energy Assessment WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Wai Lana Yoga: Pain in the Neck? WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood WORLD Washington Week

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WORLD

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Family Pictures USA: Southwest Florida TV-PG

WORLD

POV: Out in the Night TV-14

America ReFramed: Broken Heart Land TV-PG

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8:03 Montana PBS Film Classics “The Ladykillers (1956)” A dapper thief rents rooms in an elderly widow’s home for himself and his band of cohorts. TV-PG 4 S TO RY, P. 11

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PM EV ENI NG

PM EVENING

7:00 Washington Week

American Masters: Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road TV-PG

WORLD

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

6:00

PBS NewsHour DW The Day BBC World News Charley Pride: American Masters:

JUNE 18

WORLD

has a temperature so George, instead of concentrating on saving the world, keeps zooming back to the flat to check on the baby. But all this dashing about is making George careless and it’s not too long before an unscrupulous journalist takes advantage of the situation and obtains pictures of George in his ThermoMan guise... Suddenly it’s all over the papers that Janet is having an affair with ThermoMan.

TV-PG

3:00

MDNT

7:00

7:30 My Hero “Shock, Horror!” Baby Ollie

10:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00

15

“The Second Stag Night of Doggy Wilkinson” TV-PG

TV-14

8:00 Great Performances at the Met

MT MADE BY MONTANA PBS

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine

POV Shorts: Post: Colonial Queer

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Escape to the Chateau:

America ReFramed: Broken Heart Land TV-PG

WORLD

FRIDAY

WORLD

SATURDAY

10:30 Amanpour and Company

11:30

LEARN AT HOME, TOO!

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G

DW The Day BBC World News

10:00 BBC World News 10:00

 PLEDGE PROGRAM

9:30

WORLD Murder In Montrose: The Paul Broussard Legacy: TV-PG

9:34 Austin City Limits “Brittany Howard” Singer-songwriter and powerhouse vocalist Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes performs. TV-PG 10:00

Family Pictures USA: Southwest Florida TV-PG

WORLD

10:31 American Masters “Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road” TV-PG

4 11:00

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SUNDAY

POV: Out in the Night TV-14

JUNE 19

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt The Woman In White: Episode 2 MDNT

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2:30 3:00

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America ReFramed: Broken Heart Land Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Dead Air WORLD Murder In Montrose: The Paul Broussard Legacy The Real Bedford Falls: It’s a Wonderful Life WORLD Pacific Heartbeat: Leitis In Waiting The Water of Life WORLD AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange: Mama Gloria Finding Your Roots: This Land is My Land WORLD On Story: Fact v. Fiction WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: Farm School WORLD Washington Week Ready Jet Go! WORLD The Open Mind WORLD

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22


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America ReFramed: Broken Heart Land TV-PG

WORLD

9:30

10:00

Dick buys a tractor, with plans to tame the walled garden, and the couple explore truffle farming. TV-PG 4:30 5:00

WORLD Murder In Montrose: The Paul Broussard Legacy: TV-PG WORLD History with David Rubenstein: Joseph Ellis TV-PG

5:30 PBS News Weekend 5:30

Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan: Robin Roberts TV-PG

WORLD

6:00 MT Montana AG Live “Rural Development with the USDA” TV-G

4 6:00

S EE PP. 5 , 8

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Nature: Wild Florida TV-PG

7:00 Hotel Portofino “First Impressions” Rose and her mother visit the hotel to evaluate a prospective marriage with the hotel owner’s son. TV-PG

4 7:00

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WORLD Finding Your Roots: This Land is My Land TV-PG-L

11:00

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Slavery By Another Name

WORLD Finding Your Roots: This Land is My Land TV-PG-L

11:30 Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan “Anthony Ray Hinton” Kelly Corrigan talks with activist and author Anthony Ray Hinton. TV-PG-L

MONDAY

JUNE 20

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt McLeod’s Daughters: Best of Enemies MDNT

WORLD

Slavery By Another Name

1:00 Austin City Limits: Brittany Howard 1:30

2:00

WORLD

Training for Freedom

MT Bard in the Backcountry

History with David Rubenstein: Joseph Ellis 2:30 WORLD Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan: Robin Roberts 3:00 Shakespeare’s Tomb 3:00 WORLD Music for Life: The Story of New Horizons 4:00 Margaret: The Rebel Princess, Pt 1 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith: Ten Years of Overheard: Journalists 5:00 Woodsongs: Abe Partridge and Nora Jane Struthers 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 2:00

WORLD

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

8:00 Antiques Roadshow “Newport, Hr 3” A Tiffany & Co. sapphire and diamond ring and a Boston bureau table from 1770 are appraised. TV-G 8:00

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source WORLD

6:30

WORLD

Rosemary TV-PG Becoming Johanna TV-PG

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Newport, Hr 2” Fabulous finds include a faberge jade snuff bottle from 1890 and a Basquiat oil stick drawing. TV-G Training for Freedom TV-PG Stories from the Stage: First Impressions

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DW The Day BBC World News WORLD Pacific Heartbeat: Born This Way: Awa’s Story and the Rogers TV-PG

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10:30 BBC World News 11:00 Amanpour and Company 11:00

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Rosemary TV-PG Becoming Johanna TV-PG

TUESDAY

JUNE 21

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt Travels with Darley: North Dakota MDNT

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Training for Freedom

12:30 NHK Newsline 12:30

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Stories from the Stage: First Impressions Hotel Portofino: First Impressions WORLD PBS NewsHour Endeavour On Masterpiece: Season 8: Striker WORLD Amanpour and Company WORLD Amazing Human Body: Grow Margaret: The Rebel Princess: Pt 2 WORLD BBC World News WORLD Asia Insight Getting Dot Older WORLD Newsroom Tokyo Mary Berry’s Simple Comforts: Winter Woodland WORLD

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 Finding Your Roots “Homecomings” Sterling K. Brown, Sasheer Zamata and Jon Batiste discover the places their ancestors called home. TV-PG 7:00

WORLD

Amazing Human Body: Survive

TV-G

8:00 Jon Stewart: The Mark Twain Prize Celebrate the comedic talents of Jon Stewart as he receives the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. TV-14

6:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00

WORLD

9:00 POV “Who Killed Vincent Chin?”

PM EV EN ING

8:00 Endeavour On Masterpiece “Season 8: Striker” An explosive murder at an Oxford college has potentially far-reaching political ramifications. TV-14 4 S TO RY, P. 1 3

Nature: Wild Florida TV-PG

“Resilience” Even after fifty years of accolades, including a Pulitzer Prize at 26 for his Doonesbury comic strip, Garry Trudeau reckons he may have gotten too much too young. And despite her mastery of the written word, Joyce Carol Oates is skeptical about how well conversation can express the complexities of thought and emotions. TV-PG

TV-PG

4:30 Escape to the Chateau “Spring”

WORLD

11:00 Articulate with Jim Cotter

4:01 Mary Berry’s Simple Comforts “Winter Woodland” Mary immerses herself in the enchanting Scottish Highlands. Surrounded by magical scenery, snow-capped mountains and frost-covered forests, Mary makes delicious food to warm her up after a day out in the cold, including a tempting sausage and pepper hotpot, some simple twice-baked souffles, a mushroom, lentil and double potato jumble and an onion and sage open puff pastry tart. Mary hitches a lift through the woods on a husky sled and meets a chocolatier whose highland truffles have made him famous around the world. Back in her own kitchen, Mary makes an indulgent chocolate steamed pudding with a rich chocolate sauce. It is the kind of food that you long to come home to after a day exploring the great outdoors.

Training for Freedom TV-PG

John Frankeheimer, director of Birdman of Alcatraz and The Manchurian Candidate, is profiled. TV-PG

3:05 How The Victorians Built Britain “Making of the Modern Home” Michael reveals how Victorians introduced gas power to the home, transforming the kitchen and more.

WORLD

10:00 The Directors “John Frankenheimer”

8:00

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9:00

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PBS NewsHour DW The Day

9:30 Antiques Roadshow Recut “American Stories, Pt 2” Interesting items include a Navajo collection and a World War I peach can label letter. TV-G

9:30

WORLD

BBC World News

10:00 BBC World News


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

10:00

WORLD

 PLEDGE PROGRAM

LEARN AT HOME, TOO!

MT MADE BY MONTANA PBS

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NOVA: Polar Extremes TV-PG

10:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 MotorWeek The 2022 Motorweek Drivers’ Choice Awards, including Best of the Year, are showcased. TV-G

WEDNESDAY

JUNE 22

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

WORLD

Amazing Human Body: Survive

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 POV: Who Killed Vincent Chin? 1:00 2:00

2:30 3:00

4:00 4:00 4:30

5:00 5:00

5:30

PBS NewsHour Amanpour and Company Sky Blossom: Diaries of the Next Greatest Generation WORLD Family Pictures USA: Southwest Florida Escape to the Chateau: Spring WORLD BBC World News WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Bicycle Maker WORLD Newsroom Tokyo MT Backroads of Montana: Coffee Creek to Haugan WORLD WORLD

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

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

WORLD

POV: Who Killed Vincent Chin?

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

8:00 NOVA “Look Who’s Driving” Peer under the hood of the autonomous automotive industry to learn how exactly driverless cars work. TV-PG 8:00

WORLD

PBS NewsHour

9:00 Planet California “Rivers of Gold” Drought, dams and fire pose dire threats to an ecosystem connected by rivers in California. TV-PG 4 S TO RY, P. 19 9:00

WORLD

9:30

WORLD

DW The Day BBC World News

10:00 BBC World News 10:00

POV: We Are The Radical Monarchs TV-PG

WORLD

COURTESY OF © EAGLE EYE DRAMA LIMITED 2021

Jack Turner (Adam James)

New Drama Set in Post-WWI

Hotel Portofino SUNDAYS AT 7PM, BEGINNING JUNE 19

Set in the breathtakingly beautiful resort town of Portofino, this series is about personal awakening at a time of global upheaval in the traumatic aftermath of World War I.

First Impressions 6/19 7PM Also 6/21 1am

Rose and her mother arrive at the hotel to evaluate a prospective marriage with Lucian, the war veteran son of the hotel’s proprietors.

Lessons 6/26 7PM Also 6/28 1am

Cecil arranges for a family heirloom to be sent from England for authentication.

Invitations 7/3 7PM Also 7/5 1am

Lucian and his friend, Nish, run into trouble with Danioni’s Blackshirts.

Uncoverings 7/10 7PM Also 7/12 1am

Nish has an epiphany as he and Lucian escape arrest at Danioni’s behest.

10:30 Amanpour and Company

Discoveries

11:30 Roadfood “Phoenix, AZ: Frybread” For

7/17 7PM Also 7/19 1am

many Indigenous people, frybread is a dish with a complicated and controversial past. 11:30

WORLD

POV: Who Killed Vincent Chin?

The police search for the missing heirloom, and suspicion falls on an absent guest and the bellhop, Billy, who has also hidden political pamphlets at Nish’s direction.

Denouements 7/24 7PM Also 7/26 1am

The mystery of the missing heirloom is resolved as Cecil makes a surprising discovery about Danioni.


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THURSDAY

JUNE 23

FRIDAY

JUNE 24

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

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt The Open Mind: Masking and

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Trains that Changed the World: Cities

MDNT

Ruth Ben-Ghiat

PBS NewsHour 2:00 Great Performances at the Met: Rigoletto 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 WORLD Charley Pride: American Masters 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 The Real Bedford Falls: It’s a Wonderful Life 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Newport, Hr 2 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 1:00

WORLD

12:30 1:00 1:00

1:30 2:00 2:00 3:00

3:30 3:30

4:00

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

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

America ReFramed: Little Miss Westie

WORLD

7:00 MT Or Perish in the Attempt The story of the medicine of Lewis & Clark’s Corps of Discovery. TV-G

4 7:30

S EE P. 5

Penny: Champion of the Marginalized: TV-PG

4:30

5:00 5:00

Sexual tension is building between Nick and Tess. Tess is ready to take a step forward, but is interrupted when Alex’s chopper flies over Killarney and dusts with chemicals, which threatens the adjacent freshly sown Wilgul organic wheat crop. TV-PG WORLD

PBS NewsHour

9:00

WORLD

9:30

WORLD

DW The Day BBC World News

10:00 BBC World News 10:00

America ReFramed: Little Miss Westie

11:30 Epic Trails “New Zealand” Eric Hanson explores the stunning backpacking trails around Mount Taranaki and Mount Hikurangi. TV-G 11:30

Penny: Champion of the Marginalized: TV-PG

WORLD

and Western” Howdy, partners! Grab your honey and get ready to square dance to the “Orange Blossom Special”. Neil Levang and Buddy Merrill shine on “San Antonio Rose”, Larry Hooper is our “Auctioneer”, and Bob Lido puts his very own original stamp on “Ragtime Cowboy Joe”. Feel free to dance to the “Tennessee Waltz” or sing along with Joe Feeney and the gang on “Goodnight Irene”. TV-G

WORLD

6:00

8:00 The Great American Recipe “If I Were A Recipe” The ten contestants must create a dish that expresses their unique story and talents. TV-PG

4

Happened to the Horse?” TV-PG 7:00

meets Seth Grumet of Stomp the Monster, which he started during chemotherapy. TV-PG WORLD

9:30

WORLD

DW The Day

10:00

8:00

BBC World News

10:00 BBC World News

“The Philadelphia Story (1940)” A Philadelphia socialite splits from her husband due to his drinking and to her demanding nature. TV-PG

11:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack TV-G American Masters: Joe Papp In Five Acts TV-14

WORLD

SATURDAY

4 9:30

JUNE 25

PBS NewsHour Amanpour and Company 2:30 Miss Springmaid 1:00

WORLD WORLD

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Penny: Champion of the Marginalized: TV-PG

WORLD

10:00 Austin City Limits “Rufus Wainwright” Performer and composer Rufus Wainwright performs songs from his album Unfollow the Rules. TV-PG

AM EAR LY MORNI NG mdnt Escape to the Chateau: Spring 1:00 Norman Lear: American Masters 2:00

America ReFramed: Little Miss Westie

WORLD

8:03 Montana PBS Film Classics

American Masters: James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket TV-PG-L WORLD

10:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30

Independent Lens: Real Boy TV-PG

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

PBS NewsHour

9:30 Antiques Roadshow Recut TV-G

WORLD

7:30 My Hero “Little Green Man” Janet

9:00 American Anthems Jennifer Nettles

9:00

American Masters: Ballerina Boys

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine “What

S TO RY, P. 20

WORLD

WORLD TV-PG

7:30 Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

WORLD

10:30 Amanpour and Company

6:00 The Lawrence Welk Show “Country

7:00 Washington Week

8:00

WORLD

P M E VE NI NG

6:00 PBS NewsHour American Masters: Joe Papp In Five Acts TV-14

Amazing Human Body: Survive

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

PM EV EN ING

6:30

WORLD

House New Supports Second Opinion: Precision Medicine 4:30 Ask This Old House: Happy Father’s Day 4:30 WORLD Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:00 Wai Lana Yoga: Shrug Off Shoulder Tension 5:00 WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:30 WORLD Washington Week 4:00

5:30 BBC World News Today

9:00 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries “Unnatural Habits” The death of a teenager who was escaping from a halfway house for wayward girls is investigated. TV-PG-V

3:00

3:30 Market to Market 4:00 This Old House: Saratoga Springs | Old

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

WORLD

8:00 McLeod’s Daughters “Wind Change”

8:00

4:00

Unmasking Civilization Out In Rural America NHK Newsline Last of the Summer Wine: The Second Stag Night of Doggy Wilkinson WORLD PBS NewsHour My Hero: Shock, Horror! Jon Stewart: The Mark Twain Prize WORLD Amanpour and Company WORLD Training for Freedom Training for Freedom WORLD Stories from the Stage: First Impressions How The Victorians Built Britain: The Birth of the Machines WORLD BBC World News WORLD DW Global 3000 Trains that Changed the World: Cities WORLD Newsroom Tokyo WORLD

3:00 Washington Week

10:00

WORLD TV-PG

American Masters: Ballerina Boys


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

 PLEDGE PROGRAM

LEARN AT HOME, TOO!

MT MADE BY MONTANA PBS

19 19

Planet California WEDNESDAYS AT 9PM Begins June 22

Rather than revisit the “usual” California destinations, this award-winning team of filmmakers takes a stunningly entertaining look at California’s least-known scenic and wild wonders.

Rivers of Gold 6/22 9PM WORLD 6/28 6PM, 11PM; 6/29 7AM

California is a land of extremes—tallest, deepest, highest, hottest. But in a rapidly changing and thirsty world, drought, dams and fire pose dire threats to an ecosystem connected by rivers on land, in the air and in the sea.

Close Encounters 6/29 9PM

Hollywood may captivate, but in one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth, the real stars of California—a wild and spectacular cast of creatures in the sea and on land, from blue whales to burrowing owls—are ready for their close-up. Photo of Rock Creek, California. COURTESY OF RICK ROSENTHAL/© WILD LOGIC

11:00 Best of the 60s: Ready, Steady, Go! Relive the Swinging Sixties with The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Marvin Gaye and more great acts. 11:00

WORLD

SUNDAY

1:00 1:30

2:00 2:00 3:00

3:30 3:30

4:00 4:00 4:30

5:00 5:00

5:30 5:30

“The Birth of the Machines” Examine cotton’s place at the heart of mass production, via the creation of the inter-city railway. TV-PG

Independent Lens: Real Boy TV-PG

JUNE 26

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt The Woman In White: Episode 3 MDNT

PM AF T ERNOON/E VE NI NG

America ReFramed: Little Miss Westie Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Unnatural Habits WORLD Penny: Champion of the Marginalized MT The Bozeman Trail WORLD Pacific Heartbeat: Born This Way: Awa’s Story and the Rogers WORLD Rosemary Today’s Wild West: Montana Horse Drive WORLD Becoming Johanna Finding Your Roots: Homecomings WORLD On Story: A Conversation with David Koepp WORLD To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home: Living Poultry Museum WORLD Washington Week Ready Jet Go! WORLD The Open Mind

3:00

horrified when Cecil invites her blackmailer, Signor Danioni, for tea. TV-PG

America ReFramed: Little Miss Westie

WORLD

4 7:00

“Seaside” Mary prepares goats cheese and shallot tarts with a walnut pastry, perfect for a picnic hamper or day at the sea. To follow, a family favourite: her right royal crab and cod fishcakes with tomato salsa.

4:30 Escape to the Chateau “The Wedding Season” As wedding season comes to the chateau, Dick and Angel’s lives are about to get a whole lot busier. TV-PG 4:30 5:00

Penny: Champion of the Marginalized: TV-PG WORLD History with David Rubenstein: Erica Dunbar TV-PG WORLD

8:00

WORLD

8:30

WORLD

9:00

WORLD

9:30

WORLD

Interviews and archive material help create an unprecedented portrait of the “complex” author. TV-14 10:00

6:00

WORLD

Nature: Sharks of Hawaii TV-PG

Nature: Sharks of Hawaii TV-PG

Her Way” Natalie Merchant has experience enough for several lives: teen rock star, fiercely independent solo artist, mother, wildly successful environmental campaigner. And she’s done it all in her own inimitable style.

6:00 MT Montana AG Live “Agri-Business S EE PP. 5 , 8

WORLD

11:00 Articulate with Jim Cotter “Making

Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan: Kate Bowler TV-PG

4

The Lodge TV-G Two-Spirit Powwow TV-G Rosemary TV-PG Becoming Johanna TV-PG

10:00 Inside The Mind of Agatha Christie

WORLD

in Montana” TV-G

Finding Your Roots: Homecomings TV-PG

“Season 8: Scherzo” The investigation of the murder of a cab driver leads Endeavour and the team down a surprising path TV-14 4 S TO RY, P. 1 3

5:30 PBS News Weekend 5:30

S TO RY, P. 1 7

WORLD

8:00 Endeavour On Masterpiece

4:00 Mary Berry’s Absolute Favourites

WORLD

6:00 SEE WEEKEND SCHEDULE, P. 22

7:00 Hotel Portofino “Lessons” Bella is

3:00 How The Victorians Built Britain

TV-PG

11:00

WORLD TV-PG

Finding Your Roots: Homecomings


20

HD & World Channels 11:30 Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan “Anna Deavere Smith” Anna Deavere Smith uses a documentary-style approach to embodying the voices of her characters. TV-PG

MONDAY

JUNE 27

AM E ARLY MORNI NG mdnt McLeod’s Daughters: Wind Change MDNT 12:30

1:00 1:00 1:30

2:00 2:00 2:30

3:00 3:00

4:00 4:00 4:30

5:00 5:00

The Lodge Two-Spirit Powwow Austin City Limits: Rufus Wainwright WORLD Rosemary WORLD Becoming Johanna MT Or Perish in the Attempt WORLD History with David Rubenstein: Erica Dunbar WORLD Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan: Kate Bowler 10 Parks that Changed America WORLD Prideland MT The Violin Alone WORLD BBC World News WORLD Overheard with Evan Smith: Roger McNamee, Investor and Author Childsplay: A Story of Fiddlers, Fiddles and a Fiddle Maker WORLD Newsroom Tokyo WORLD

WORLD

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23 COURTESY OF PBS/VPM

Judges Graham Elliot, host Alejandra Ramos and Leah Cohen (l-r).

The Great American Recipe FRIDAYS AT 8PM Begins June 24

“The Great American Recipe” is a new eight-part uplifting cooking competition that celebrates the multiculturalism that makes American food unique and iconic. Hosted by Alejandra Ramos, the series gives talented home cooks from different regions of the country the opportunity to showcase their beloved signature dishes and compete to win the national search for “The Great American Recipe.” Judges Leah Cohen, Tiffany Derry and Graham Elliot bring their professional insights and deep culinary knowledge to encourage and support the contestants along the way.

P M E VE NI NG

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

WORLD

Hall, Hour One” Discover the stories behind beloved family heirlooms and thrift store finds in Rochester, Michigan. TV-G 7:00 7:30

WORLD The Future of America’s Past: Transcontinental TV-PG WORLD Stories from the Stage: Outsider

8:00 Hiding In Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness “Episode 1, The Storm” TV-PG

4

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If I Were a Recipe

8:00

WORLD

6/24 8PM Also, 7/3 3:30pm

9:00

WORLD

9:30

WORLD

Join the ten contestants for their first challenge: creating a dish that expresses their unique story and talents. Next, they put their original spin on regional dishes and ingredients, and BBQ chicken and Korean tacos are on the menu.

The Daily Dish 7/1 8PM Also, 7/10 3:30pm

Bring your appetites as the nine remaining home cooks share their favorite go-to quick meals. SERIES CONTINUES EVERY FRIDAY INTO AUGUST

Expect A Miracle: TV-PG

7:00 Antiques Roadshow “Meadow Brook

PBS NewsHour DW The Day BBC World News

10:00 BBC World News 10:00

WORLD

Patient No More TV-14

10:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00

WORLD

Expect A Miracle TV-PG

11:30 Variety Studio: Actors On Actors TV-PG


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

TUESDAY

JUNE 28

A M E A R LY M O R N I N G mdnt Travels with Darley: Culpeper, Virginia MDNT

12:30 12:30

1:00 1:00

2:00 2:00 3:00

4:00 4:00 4:30

5:00 5:00

5:30

WORLD The Future of America’s Past: Transcontinental NHK Newsline WORLD Stories from the Stage: Outsider Hotel Portofino: Lessons WORLD PBS NewsHour Endeavour On Masterpiece: Season 8: Scherzo WORLD Amanpour and Company WORLD Amazing Human Body: Survive Queen Elizabeth’s Secret Agents WORLD BBC World News WORLD Asia Insight Getting Dot Older WORLD Newsroom Tokyo Mary Berry’s Absolute Favourites: Seaside

6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

3:00

WORLD

BBC World News 4:30 WORLD GZERO World with Ian Bremmer 5:00 A Craftsman’s Legacy: The Furnituremaker 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo 5:30 MT Backroads of Montana: Singing in the Wires

WORLD

Amazing Human Body: Learn

4

S TO RY, P. 2

8:00

WORLD

9:00

WORLD

9:30

WORLD

6:30

WORLD

PBS NewsHour DW The Day BBC World News

WORLD

filmmaker investigates his encounter with a humpback whale that occurred while he was kayaking. TV-PG-S

8:00 NOVA “Great Electric Airplane Race” Explore promising new electric planes on the horizon and take a ride in some impressive prototypes. TV-G

Planet California: Rivers of Gold

TV-PG

and the Lamborghini Huracan STO are tested on the road. TV-G

JUNE 29

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

Amazing Human Body: Learn

12:30 NHK Newsline 1:00 Hiding In Plain Sight: Youth Mental

Illness, Episode 1, The Storm PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 We’ll Meet Again: Rescued from Mount St. Helens 1:00

WORLD

WORLD

4

Nice Guy” On the eve of the Gungellan Show, Claire is presented with repossession papers, a result of her defaulting on the contract with Australian Bloodlines. Claire is shattered when she discovers she is pregnant and Becky is devastated when Brick doesn’t return TV-PG

Creatures in the sea and on land, from blue whales to burrowing owls, are explored in California. TV-PG

4

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9:00

WORLD

9:30

WORLD

10:00

WORLD

DW The Day BBC World News 8:00

The Water of Life TV-PG

10:30 Amanpour and Company

WORLD

S EE P. 5

8:00 McLeod’s Daughters “No More Mr.

PBS NewsHour

9:00 Planet California “Close Encounters”

11:30

11:30 MotorWeek The Volkswagen Jetta GLI

MDNT

Don Quixote In Newark TV-PG

Don Quixote In Newark TV-PG

NOVA: Look Who’s Driving TV-PG

WEDNESDAY

Artists of Glacier National Park” A Timeless Legacy: Women Artists of Glacier National Park shines a light on the untold story of these early artistic pioneers, along with four of their contemporary sisters, who share the common drive to commune with and observe nature, then paint it from their hearts. Spanning over a hundred years, through the backdrop of the early history of the Park and its enduring artistic-legacy, we hear their stories, see their art and learn of the frustrations of being women artists in a market dominated by men. TV-G

7:00 Nature “The Whale Detective” A

Onion Fried Burger” The onion fried burger has become a beloved staple of El Reno, Oklahoma.

10:30 Amanpour and Company 11:00

WORLD

America ReFramed: Before You Know It TV-PG

WORLD

7:00 MT A Timeless Legacy “Women

WORLD

PBS NewsHour

9:00 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries “A Christmas Murder” Harsh weather traps Phryne, Dot, Dr. Mac and Aunt Prudence at chalet with a murderer in their midst TV-PG-V

11:30 Roadfood “Oklahoma/Route 66: The

10:00 BBC World News 10:00

6:00

6:00 PBS NewsHour

10:00 BBC World News

TV-G

8:00 Hiding In Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness “Episode 2, Resilience” TV-PG

6:00 PBS NewsHour

PM EV ENI NG

TV-PG

7:00

P M E VE NI NG

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source

7:00 Finding Your Roots “Hard Times” The family stories of filmmaker Michael Moore and actors Laura Linney and Chloe Sevigny are explored. TV-PG

WORLD

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6:00 SEE DAYTIME SCHEDULE, P. 23

8:00

Planet California: Rivers of Gold

Out In Rural America

Season

4:00

5:30 BBC World News Outside Source 6:00

WORLD

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4:00 Escape to the Chateau: The Wedding

PM EVENING

6:00 PBS NewsHour

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WORLD

9:30

WORLD

DW The Day BBC World News

10:00 BBC World News

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Story in the Public Square: Katie Harbath NHK Newsline Hiding In Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness, Episode 2, Resilience 1:00 WORLD PBS NewsHour 2:00 WORLD Amanpour and Company 3:00 Trains that Changed the World: Industry 3:00 WORLD The Lodge 3:30 WORLD Two-Spirit Powwow 4:00 10 Streets That Changed America 4:00 WORLD BBC World News 4:30 WORLD Story in the Public Square: Danny Strong 5:00 Antiques Roadshow: Meadow Brook Hall, Hr 1 5:00 WORLD Newsroom Tokyo

10:00

America ReFramed: Before You Know It TV-PG

WORLD

10:30 Amanpour and Company 11:30 EcoSense for Living “Marine Life Impacts” Marine experts weigh in on solutions that will shape their futures of whales, manatees and sharks. TV-G


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Children’s Programs Mon-Fri AM M ON - FR I

6:30 Curious George 7:00 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 7:30 Elinor Wonders Why 8:00 Wild Kratts 8:30 Molly of Denali 9:00 Sesame Street 9:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 10:00 Donkey Hodie P M M ON - FR I

2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00

Peg + Cat begins 6/6 Nature Cat begins 6/6 Let’s Go Luna! Hero Elementary Arthur (Mon-Thu) Clifford the Big Red Dog (Fri) Odd Squad Alma’s Way

Weekend Programs SATURDAY 8:00 am

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

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Donkey Hodie Dinosaur Train Nature Cat Alma’s Way Pinkalicious & Peterrific Hero Elementary Elinor Wonders Why Wild Kratts

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5:30 Ready Jet Go! 6:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog 6:30 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 7:00 Donkey Hodie 7:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

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America’s Heartland Washington Week Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

10:00 am

The Best of the Joy of Painting

MT 6/5 Celebrate America Across Montana: Tim Janis with State School Choirs (2022) MT 6/12 Indigenous Business MT 6/19 Bard in the Backcountry MT 6/26 Or Perish in the Attempt

10:30 am

GardenFit

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11:00 am

America’s Test Kitchen

MT

11:30 am

This Old House

NOON

12:30 pm

6/12 Stories from Montana’s Future

Montana AG Live 6/5 Alfalfa Pests 6/12 Labor Issues in Montana AG 6/19 Beef Industry in Montana 6/26 Rural Development with the USDA

Ask This Old House

6/5 Scotland’s Scenic Railways Trains that Changed the World begins 6/12 6/12 Speed 6/19 Cities 6/26 Industry

The American Woodshop

1:00 pm

Woodsmith Shop

6/5 The Trick (2021) Montana PBS Film Classics 6/12 North by Northwest (1959) 6/19 The Ladykillers (1956) 6/26 The Philadelphia Story (1940)

1:30 pm

The Best of Sewing with Nancy

2:00 pm

Quilting Arts

2:30 pm

Samantha Brown’s Places to Love

6/19 The Real Bedford Falls: It’s a Wonderful Life (2:33pm)

3:00 pm

Rick Steves’ Europe

How the Victorians Built Britain begins 6/5 6/5 How Britain Got Moving 6/12 Saving the Nation’s Health (3:17pm) 6/19 Making of the Modern Home (3:05pm) 6/26 The Birth of the Machines

3:30 pm

Cook’s Country

4:00 pm

Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire begins 6/18

Mary Berry’s Absolute Favourites 6/5 Home 6/12 Yorkshire Coast (4:01pm) 6/19 Winter Woodland 6/26 Seaside

4:30 pm

The Ultimate Guide to Fly Fishing

Escape to the Chateau

5:00 pm

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PBS News Weekend

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

SUNDAY Market to Market

8:30 am

Weekend AM S AT U R DAY

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Weekday Programs TIME

MONDAY

6:00 am

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

TUESDAY Yoga in Practice

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

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Yoga in Practice

FRIDAY Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

LISTING, P. 22

10:30 am

Sit and Be Fit

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Sit and Be Fit

Classical Stretch: By Essentrics

Sit and Be Fit

11:00 am

Pati’s Mexican Table

Second Opinion with Joan Lunden

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

It’s Sew Easy

Lidia’s Kitchen

11:30 am

Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television

Family Travel with Colleen Kelly

Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen

History Detectives

6/7 American Experience: The Codebreaker 6/14 The Real Bedford Falls: It’s a Wonderful Life MT 6/21 Bard in the Backcountry 6/28 10 Homes that Changed America

6/1 Angels on Horseback: Midwives in the Mountains MT 6/8 A Timeless Legacy: Women Artists of Glacier National Park 6/15 The Lavender Scare 6/22 NOVA: Polar Extremes 6/29 Training For Freedom

6/3 D-Day: Over Normandy MT 6/10 Indian Relay MT 6/17 The Beef Trail: A Pioneering Montana Ski Area MT 6/24 Fort Peck Dam

6/14 Design in Mind: On Location with James Ivory

6/29 Lines Broken: The Story of Marion Motley

6/2 Inside the Court of Henry VIII Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets begins 6/9 6/9 Elizabeth I: The Warrior Queen 6/16 Queen Anne: The Mother of Great Britain 6/23 Marie Antoinette: The Doomed Queen 6/30 Henry VIII’s Reformation

Nature 6/7 Equus: Story of the Horse: Chasing The Wind 6/21 Wild Florida

NOVA 6/1 Ice Age Footprints 6/8 Touching The Asteroid 6/15 Dead Sea Scroll Detectives 6/29 Look Who’s Driving

6/2 Alzheimer’s: What You Can Do 6/9 Storm Over the Atlantic Trains that Changed the World begins 6/16 6/16 Speed 6/23 Cities 6/30 Industry

6/3 Nazi Mega Weapons: Atlantic Wall 6/10 AI vs. the Human Brain: The Final Showdown 6/17 Prehistoric Road Trip: Welcome to Fossil Country 6/24 Prehistoric Road Trip: We Dig Dinosaurs

NOON 12:30 pm

1:00 pm

6/6 Day of Days: June 6, 1944 Earth’s Natural Wonders begins 6/13 6/13 Extreme Wonders 6/20 Wonders of Water 6/27 Living Wonders

6/14 Rivers of Life: The Mississippi 6/28 Nature: Sharks of Hawaii

2:00 pm

Peg + Cat

Peg + Cat

6/1 Craft in America

6/2 Classical Tahoe

6/3 Classical Tahoe

2:30 pm

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

1:30 pm

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

Noon 12:30 1:00 1:30 10 pm 2:00 10:30 2:30 11 pm 3:00 11:30 3:30 mdnt 4:00 12:30 ������ 4:30 1 am ������5:00 1:30 5:30 2 am 6:00 2:30 6:30 3 am 7:00 3:30 7:30 4 am 8:00 4:30 8:30 5 am 9:00 5:30 9:30

WE E KDAY

Nature Cat Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum Molly of Denali Hero Elementary Cyberchase Pinkalicious & Peterrific Pinkalicious & Peterrific Elinor Wonders Why Donkey Hodie Curious George (12:30am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood) Alma’s Way Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum Molly of Denali Hero Elementary *Wild Kratts Wild Kratts Odd Squad Odd Squad Arthur Arthur

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Clifford the Big Red Dog (Classic) WordWorld Splash and Bubbles Dinosaur Train Sid the Science Kid *Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Donkey Hodie Elinor Wonders Why Sesame Street Super WHY! Clifford the Big Red Dog (Reboot) Pinkalicious & Peterrific

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Noon 12:30 1:00 1:30 10 pm 2:00 10:30 2:30 11 pm 3:00 11:30 3:30 mdnt 4:00 12:30 4:30 1 am 1:30

Dinosaur Train Let’s Go Luna! Martha Speaks Nature Cat Cyberchase WordGirl Hero Elementary Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum Molly of Denali Arthur (12:30am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, sat) 5:00 Odd Squad (1am Alma’s Way, sat) 5:30 Wild Kratts (1:30am Xavier Riddle, sat)

2 am 6 pm-10:00 ** See right for Weekend Specials

NEW ADVENTURES! Streaming Free Starting June 6 PBS KIDS® and the PBS KIDS Logo are registered trademarks of Public Broadcasting Service. Used with permission. DONKEY HODIE © 2021 The Fred Rogers Company. All rights reserved. Made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.

New Episodes June 6 - 9!

Donkey Hodie ON MONTANA PBS-KIDS MON–FRI 4PM; SAT, SUN 9AM   Also on Montana PBS-HD Mon–Fri 10am: Sat 6am, Sun 7am

“Donkey Hodie” follows the adventures of a little yellow donkey who dreams big. With perseverance, great pals, and a laugh along the way, there’s nothing she can’t do! In this special week of new episodes, Donkey Hodie, Purple Panda and their pals are ready for some fun! Donkey plans a surprise playdate, Grampy hosts a sing-along, and Panda learns to be a helpful friend when Donkey needs a hand. Hee-haw!

**Weekend specials Fri, Sat & Sun 6/3, 6/4 & 6/5 7pm – 9pm Alma’s Way Marathon Fri, Sat & Sun 6/10, 6/11 & 6/12 7pm – 9pm Donkey Hodie Marathon Fri, Sat & Sun 6/17, 6/18 & 6/19 7pm - 10pm Father’s Day Marathon Fri, Sat & Sun 6/24, 6/25 & 6/26 7pm & 9pm Daniel Visits a New Neighborhood Tiger Family Trip 8pm

Parents and Teachers . . . here’s something for you PBS Kids Video App: Discover the PBS KIDS Video app featuring your favorite PBS KIDS series: https://pbskids.org/apps/pbs-kids-video.html The app offers full episodes on mobile and tablet devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Samsung TV and Chromecast. Ideas for Parents and Teachers: Need ideas and resources to help target specific learning goals? Do you need to find a way to talk to your child about difficult topics? Check-out https://www.pbs.org/parents/. Topics cover literacy, social and emotional learning, social studies and the arts, as well as STEM content. Find conversation starters and helpful pointers for discussing grief, illness, racism, bullying, self-confidence, and natural catastrophes. For older kids, find a wealth of educational materials and resource s on https://montana.pbslearningmedia.org/. Montana PBS Learn at Home, Too!: https://www.montanapbs.org/learnathome/ Montana PBS continues its commitment to make resources available to every Pre K through 12 student and teacher who needs educational resources for learning at home, whether it’s for a few days, or throughout the academic year. Award winning children’s programming every weekday morning and afternoon for children ages 3-8, plus selected programs broadcast from 12noon to 2pm for kids 9 and older for which we’ve created digital curriculum-aligned lesson plans and bonus resources all available on-line. Contact our Education team to learn how to get the most out of Montana PBS Learn at Home Too! (See Page 6)


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A–Z Listing ABC The American Woodshop Thu 2am; Wed 6am, noon America’s Test Kitchen Sat mdnt, 2pm; Thu & Sat 1:30am; Wed & Fri 7:30am, 10:30am, 2:30pm; Mon, Wed, Fri 1:30pm; Mon & Fri 6pm; Sun & Mon 10:30pm; Sun 11pm Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge — Showcase: Baja, Mexico 6/10 11pm; 6/11 noon; 6/12 2pm; 6/16 7pm; 6/17 mdnt Ask This Old House Tue & Sat 2:30am; Sat 6am, 1:30pm; Mon & Fri 6:30am, 12:30pm Baby Makes 3 Fri 4:30am Baking with Julia Tue 1am; Mon 10am, 2pm; Sat 9pm Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi Wed 8am, 3pm, The Best of Sewing with Nancy Mon & Fri 5am, 11am, 1pm The Best of the Joy of Painting Sun mdnt, 12:30am; Tue-Sat 3:30am; Mon-Fri 9:30am; Sat 7pm, 7:30pm; Mon-Thu 9:30pm Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh Fri 1am; Thu 7am, 10am, 2pm; Sat 10pm through 6/18 Central Florida Roadtrip Thu 8am, 3pm, 9pm Chesapeake Bay by Air 6/19 8pm; 6/20 2am Christina Cooks: Back to the Cutting Board Sun & Mon 3:30am; Sun 7:30am, 11:30pm Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television Fri 1:30am; Thu 7:30am, 10:30am, 2:30pm; Sat 4:30pm; Tue & Thu 6pm, 10:30pm; Sun 10pm Classical Stretch: By Essentrics Sat & Sun 4am; Sun 4:30am, 6am, 6:30am Classic Woodworking Wed & Fri 2am; Tue & Thu 6am, noon Cook’s Country Tue & Thu 1:30pm; Sat 2:30pm; Mon, Wed, Fri 5:30pm; Mon & Wed 11:30pm Curious Traveler — Showcase: Paris 6/10 7:30pm; 6/11 8:30am; 6/12 10:30am, 7:30pm; 6/13 12:30am Cycle Around Japan Highlights Fri 8am, 3pm

DF Dining with the Chef Mon 7am Discover The Upper Cumberland Mon 8am, 3pm Dream of Italy: Travel, Transform and Thrive 6/25 3pm, 8pm; 6/26 2am Family Plot: Gardening in the Mid-South Sun 9:30am Family Travel with Colleen Kelly Mon 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm — Showcase: 6/3 7pm-11:30pm; 6/4 8am-12:30pm; 6/5 10am2:30pm; 6/6–6/10 mdnt, 12:30am; 6/5–6/9 7pm, 7:30pm Field Trip with Curtis Stone — Showcase: Hawai’i 6/10 10:30pm; 6/11 11:30am; 6/12 1:30pm; 6/15 7:30pm; 6/16 12:30am Flavor of Poland Thu & Sat 5pm; Thu 11pm through 6/16

Fly Brother with Ernest White II Tue 8am, 3pm, 9pm Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Sat 5am For Your Home Thu 4:30am - Organic Gardening for the Kitchen 6/2 4:30am • Taking Green Uptown 6/9 4:30am • Wine Room 6/16 4:30am • Gardening in the Mountains 6/23 4:30am • Sunny Guest Room 6/30 4:30am Fresh Quilting Wed 5am, 11am, 1pm begins 6/8

GHI The Garage with Steve Butler Thu 2:30am; Wed 6:30am, 12:30pm GardenFit Sat 7:30am George Hirsch Lifestyle Wed 1am; Tue 7am, 10am, 2pm; Sat 9:30pm Happy Yoga with Sarah Starr Sat 4:30am Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef Sun 5:30pm begins 6/19 Ireland: County by County Mon 9pm — Showcase: County Dublin 6/10 11:30pm; 6/11 12:30pm; 6/12 2:30pm; 6/16 7:30pm; 6/17 12:30am It’s Sew Easy Sun 5am

Lisa shows her viewers how to make a DYI Welcome sign.

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Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul Mon-Fri 4:30pm, 6:30pm and Mon-Thu 10pm begins 6/27 Jamie Oliver Together Sun & Mon 1am; Sat & Sun 6pm - Celebration Meal 6/12 6pm; 6/13 1am; 6/26 6pm; 6/27 1am • Thank You Meal 6/4 6pm; 6/5 1am; 6/18 6pm; 6/19 1am • Taco Party 6/5 6pm; 6/6 1am; 6/19 6pm; 6/20 1am • Picnic 6/11 6pm; 6/12 1am; 6/25 6pm; 6/26 1am Jazzy Vegetarian Sun & Mon 3am; Sun 7am; Sat 11:30pm Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope Tue & Thu 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm — Showcase: Bonjour! Montreal, Quebec, Canada 6/10 8:30pm; 6/11 9:30am; 6/12 11:30am; 6/13 7:30pm; 6/14 12:30am Journeys In Japan Sun 8:30am J Schwanke’s Life in Bloom Tue 4am; Sun 9am Kevin Belton’s Cookin’ Louisiana Sun & Tue 5:30pm; Tue 11:30pm through 6/14 Kitchen Queens: New Orleans Wed 5pm, 11pm Knit and Crochet Now Gnomies Are My Homies 6/1 11am, 1pm

LMN Legacy List with Matt Paxton Mon 4am Lidia’s Kitchen Wed 1:30am, 6pm, 10:30pm; Tue 7:30am, 10:30am, 2:30pm; Sun 4:30pm, 9:30pm Make: Computer Music 6/2 4am • Wearable Technology 6/9 4am Make48 Tue 4:30am Make It Artsy Thu 4am begins 6/16

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Welcome to My Farm THURSDAYS 7AM, 10AM & 2PM, BEGINS 6/23

Join host Lisa Steele, New England’s very own backyard chicken keeper and Master Gardener, as she welcomes viewers to her farm in the woods of Maine, where she and her husband live with a mixed flock of chickens, ducks and geese, a corgi and a barn cat. Lisa shares a glimpse into her country lifestyle—cooking and DIYing her way from the coop and garden to the kitchen.

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

June 3 – 5

Family Travel

June 10 – 12

Summer of Adventure

June 17 – 19

Roadfood

June 24 – 30 This Old House Create Marathon: New Orleans Rebuilds CREATE TV MONTHLY HIGHLIGHTS

June 8 June 15 June 23

Fresh Quilting Painting With Wilson Bickford Welcome To My Farm

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

Make Your Mark Wed 4am My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas Tue 1:30am; Mon 10:30am; Sun 9pm begins 6/12 My World Too Fri 4am - House Built from Scraps, Urban Lumber, Colorado Lavender Farm 6/3 4am • Upcycling, Preserving Heirloom Seeds 6/10 4am • The Bee Store, Regenerative Farming, A Free Fare Transit System 6/17 4am • Passive Solar, Tree Waste into Mulch, Glass Bottle Recycling 6/24 4am • Sustainable Architecture, Tiny Homes 7/1 4am Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen Tue 5:30pm, 11:30pm begins 6/21

PQR Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Tue 5:30am, 11:30am Painting with Paulson Thu 5:30am, 11:30am Painting with Wilson Bickford Wed 5:30am, 11:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Mon & Fri 5:30am, 11:30am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Sat 7am Pati’s Mexican Table Thu & Sat 5:30pm; Thu 11:30pm Pocket Sketching with Kath Macaulay Sat 5:30am Quilting Arts Tue & Thu 5am, 11am, 1pm Real Rail Adventures: Swiss International Hubs 6/26 8pm; 6/27 2am Rick Steves Cruising the Mediterranean 6/4 3pm, 8pm; 6/5 2am

Rick Steves Egypt: Yesterday & Today 6/5 8pm; 6/6 2am Rick Steves’ Europe Tue-Sat 3am; Mon-Fri 9am; Mon-Sat 4pm; MonThu 8pm; — Showcase: Greek Islands: Santorini, Mykonos, and Rhodes 6/10 9:30pm; 6/11 10:30am; 6/12 12:30pm; 6/14 7:30pm; 6/15 12:30am Rick Steves European Festivals 6/11 3pm, 8pm; 6/12 2am Rick Steves Why We Travel 6/12 8pm, 6/13 2am Roadfood Sat 12:30am; Sun 3pm; Mon-Fri 4:30pm, 6:30pm through 6/24 and Mon-Thu 10pm through 6/23 — Showcase: 6/17 7pm11:30pm; 6/18 8am-12:30pm; 6/19 10am-2:30pm; 6/20–6/24 mdnt, 12:30am; 6/19–6/23 7pm, 7:30pm Rudy Maxa’s World — Showcase: London 6/10 7pm; 6/11 8am; 6/12 10am, 7pm; 6/13 mdnt

ST Samantha Brown’s Places to Love Fri 8:30am, 3:30pm — Showcase: Big Sur and Monterey, California 6/10 10pm; 6/11 11am; 6/12 1pm; 6/15 7pm; 6/16 mdnt Sara’s Weeknight Meals Thu & Sat 5pm; Thu 11pm begins 6/18 Savor Dakota Mon 7:30am, 2:30pm Simply Ming Sun 3:30pm; Mon & Fri 5pm; Mon 11pm Slovakia: Treasures in the Heart of Europe 6/18 3pm, 8pm; 6/19 2am Smart Travels - Pacific Rim with Rudy Maxa — Showcase: Vancouver & Victoria, British Columbia 6/10 9pm; 6/11 10am; 6/12 noon; 6/14 7pm; 6/15 mdnt

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Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire Sun & Tue 5pm; Tue 11pm — Showcase: The Best BBQ You’ve Never Heard Of 6/1 7pm; 6/2 mdnt • Raichlen Rules Steak 6/1 7:30pm; 6/2 12:30am Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke Thu & Sat 1am; Wed & Fri 7am, 10am, 2pm; Sat 10:30pm, 11pm — Showcase: Much at Steak 6/2 7pm; 6/3 mdnt • Pac-Rim Smoke 6/2 7:30pm; 6/3 12:30am tasteMAKERS Sun 4pm This Old House Tue & Sat 2am; Mon & Fri 6am, noon; Sat 6:30am, 1pm This Old House Showcase: New Orleans Rebuilds 6/24 7pm11:30pm; 6/25 8am-12:30pm; 6/26 10am-2:30pm; 6/27–7/1 mdnt, 12:30am; 6/26–6/30 7pm, 7:30pm To Dine for with Kate Sullivan Gloria Estefan at Vero Beach, Florida 6/5 9pm Trails to Oishii Tokyo Sun 8am Travels with Darley Wed 8:30am, 3:30pm, 8:30pm — Showcase: Southern States Road Trip 6/10 8pm; 6/11 9am; 6/12 11am; 6/13 7pm; 6/14 mdnt

UW Urban Conversion Wed 4:30am Welcome to My Farm Maine Maple Syrup 6/23 7am, 10am, 2pm; 6/24 1am; 6/25 10pm • Strawberries Forever 6/30 7am, 10am, 2pm; 7/1 1am Woodsmith Shop Wed & Fri 2:30am; Tue & Thu 6:30am, 12:30pm Wyland’s Art Studio Sun 5:30am

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10 Homes That Changed America 6/28 noon 10 Modern Marvels That Changed America 6/13 4am 10 Parks That Changed America 6/27 3am 10 Streets That Changed America 6/30 4am The 1900 Island Sat 1am through 6/11

6/20 8pm • Meadow Brook Hall, Hr 1 6/27 7pm; 6/30 5am Antiques Roadshow Recut Treasure Fever, Pt 1 6/14 9:30pm • American Stories, Pt 2 6/21 9:30pm • Season 3, Episode 1 6/24 9:30pm Armed with Language [6/5 2am] Arthur Mon-Thu 4pm Articulate with Jim Cotter Sun 11pm

ABC

Asia Insight [Tue 4:30am, 11:30am] Ask No Questions [6/2 5pm; 6/3 mdnt,

AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Mama Gloria [6/13 6pm, 11pm; 6/14 7am; 6/19 3am]

Aging Backwards 2 with Miranda Esmonde-White [6/6 5pm, 10pm; 6/7 6am, noon; 6/12 3am]

Aging Backwards 3 with Miranda Esmonde-White [6/5 9pm; 6/6 1am, 9am; 6/11 3am]

AI vs The Human Brain: The Final Showdown 6/8 9pm; 6/10 1pm Alma’s Way Sat 7:30am; Mon-Fri 5pm Alzheimer’s: What You Can Do 6/2 1pm Amanpour and Company Mon-Fri starts 10:30pm-11pm [Tue-Sat 2am; Mon-Fri 10am]

Amazing Human Body Grow [6/14 7pm;

6/15 mdnt, 8am; 6/18 3am; 6/21 3am, 9am]

• Survive [6/21 7pm; 6/22 mdnt, 8am; 6/25 3am; 6/28 3am, 9am] • Learn [6/28 7pm; 6/29 mdnt, 8am]

American Anthems 6/24 9pm American Experience The Codebreaker 6/7 noon • American OZ [6/20 1pm] • Billy Graham [6/21 1pm] American Masters Joe Papp in Five Acts 6/3 8pm; 6/9 2am [6/24 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/25 7:30am, 1:30pm] • Michael Tilson Thomas: Where Now Is 6/9 3:30am • Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It 6/10 8pm; 6/16 2am • Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road 6/14 8pm; 6/18 1am, 10:31pm [6/17 6pm, 11pm; 6/18 7am, 1pm] • James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket [6/24 5pm, 10pm; 6/25 6am, noon] • Ballerina Boys [6/25 6pm, 10pm] The American Woodshop Sat 12:30pm America ReFramed [Sun mdnt, 7am, 3pm except 6/12; Fri 6am, 1pm; Thu 6pm, 10pm; Sat 8pm]

America’s Heartland Sun 8:30am [6/5 11am]

America’s Test Kitchen Sat 11am Angels On Horseback: Midwives in the Mountains 6/1 noon Antiques Roadshow Musical Scores 6/2 5am • Green Bay, Hr 1 6/6 7pm; 6/9 5am • Green Bay, Hr 2 6/6 8pm • Green Bay, Hr 3 6/13 7pm; 6/16 5am • Newport, Hr 1 6/13 8pm • Newport, Hr 2 6/20 7pm; 6/23 5am • Newport, Hr 3

[Sun 10am]

8am; 6/4 11am; 6/7 3am, 9am]

Ask This Old House Sat 4:30am, noon Austin City Limits The Mavericks: En Español 6/4 10:30pm; 6/6 1am • Texas Icons: Jerry Jeff Walker & Billy Joe Shaver 6/11 10:20pm; 6/13 1am • Brittany Howard 6/18 9:34pm; 6/20 1am • Rufus Wainwright 6/25 10pm; 6/27 1am Babe Ruth at Sing Sing 6/3 3am MT Backroads of Montana Wed 5:30am; Sat 5pm – Reaching Goals 6/1 5:30am • Fort Peck to Ovando 6/4 5pm • News, Brews and Views 6/8 5:30am • The Great Outdoors 6/11 5pm • Harlo to Huntley 6/15 5:30am • Anaconda to Comertown 6/18 5pm • Coffee Creek to Haugan 6/22 5:30am • Coming Home 6/25 5pm • Singing in the Wires 6/29 5:30am MT Bard in the Backcountry 6/16 7pm; 6/19 10am; 6/20 2am; 6/21 noon BBC World News Mon-Fri starts 10pm10:30pm except 6/17 [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 Becoming Johanna [6/20 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/21 7:30am; 6/26 3:30am, 9:30pm; 6/27 1:30am, 9:30am] MT The Beef Trail A Pioneering

Montana Ski Area 6/13 3am; 6/17 noon Benjamin Franklin Join or Die (17061774) [6/11 3pm, 10pm] • An American (1775-1790) [6/11 5:27pm; 6/12 12:30am] The Best of Sewing with Nancy Sat 1:30pm Best of the 60s: Ready, Steady, Go! 6/25 11pm; 7/1 2am The Best of the Joy of Painting Sat 10am Betty White: First Lady of Television [6/10 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/11 7:30am, 1:30pm]

Beyond The Canvas Art, to Change the World 6/3 9:30pm MT Bicycle Corps: America’s Black Army on Wheels 6/8 3am

The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song Part 1 [6/7 5pm, 10pm; 6/8 6am, noon; 6/12 noon] • Part 2 [6/8 5pm, 10pm; 6/9 6am, noon; 6/12 3pm]

Bluegrass Underground: Making of the Caverns 6/18 2:30am MT The Bozeman Trail 6/26 2am Breakthrough: The Ideas that Changed the World The Car [6/1 noon] • The Rocket [6/1 1pm] • The Smartphone [6/1 2pm] Butterfly Town, USA 6/5 2:30pm MT Celebrate America Across Montana Tim Janis with State School Choirs (2022) 6/2 7pm; 6/5 10am; 6/6 2am The Chaperone on Masterpiece 6/5 8pm; 6/7 1am Charley Pride: American Masters [6/17 5pm, 10pm; 6/18 6am, noon; 6/23 3am, 9am]

Charlie Bee Company Honey, Honey 6/4 2am • Beeweaver 6/11 2am The Chavis Chronicles [Sun 9am] Chihuly Fire & Light 6/17 3am Childsplay: A Story of Fiddlers, Fiddles and a Fiddle Maker 6/27 5am Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television Mon 11:30am Classic Albums John Lennon: Plastic Ono Band 7/1 3am Classical Stretch: By Essentrics Mon, Wed, Fri 6am; Tue & Thu 10:30am Classical Tahoe 6/2 2pm • 6/3 2pm Clifford The Big Red Dog Sun 6am; Fri 4pm College Behind Bars Part 1 [6/20 noon] • Part 2 [6/21 noon] • Part 3 [6/22 noon] • Part 4 [6/23 noon] Colombia: Wild and Free From the Pacific to the Andes [6/1 7am] Coming Out: A 50 Year History [6/30 5pm; 7/1 mdnt]

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Fri 11:30pm [Sat 4:30am, 9am; Tue 11am] Cook’s Country Sat 3:30pm Country Music The Rub (Beginnings -1933) [6/27 noon] • Hard Times (1933-1945) [6/28 noon] • The Hillbilly Shakespeare (1945 -1953) [6/29 noon] • I Can’t Stop Loving You (1953-1963) [6/30 noon]

Craft in America Forge 6/1 2pm A Craftsman’s Legacy Wed 5am Curious George Mon-Fri 6:30am

DEF Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Sat 5:30am; Mon-Fri 9:30am Day of Days: June 6, 1944 6/6 3am, 1pm D-Day: Over Normandy 6/3 noon; 6/6 4am

Design In Mind: On Location with James Ivory 6/14 12:30pm Dinosaur Train Sat 6:30am The Directors George Stevens 6/5 10pm • Robert Wise 6/12 10:10pm • John Frankenheimer 6/19 10pm Direct Talk [Mon-Fri 5:40am] Discover Vivaldi’s Four Seasons 7/1 4am Donkey Hodie Sat 6am; Sun 7am; Mon-Fri 10am Don Quixote In Newark 6/15 2:30am [6/29 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/30 7:30am]

Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America [6/22 1pm] DW Focus on Europe [Sun 6am; Sat 4pm except 6/11]

DW Global 3000 [Fri 4:30am, 11:30am; Sun 6:30am, 2pm except 6/12]

DW News [Mon-Fri 3pm] DW The Day [Mon-Fri 9pm] Earth’s Natural Wonders Extreme Wonders 6/13 1pm • Wonders of Water 6/20 1pm • Living Wonders 6/27 1pm EcoSense for Living Marine Life Impacts 6/30 11:30pm Elinor Wonders Why Mon-Fri 7:30am; Sat 9am Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things [6/11 10am; 6/13 2am] Endeavour On Masterpiece Season 7 Finale 6/12 8:30pm; 6/14 1am • Season 8 begins 6/19 Sun 8pm; Tue 2am Epic Trails Thu 11:30pm through 6/23 Escape to the Chateau Sat mdnt; Wed 4am; Sun 4:30pm Expect A Miracle [6/27 6pm, 11pm; 6/28 7am]

Family Pictures USA North Carolina [6/4 6pm, 10pm; 6/8 3am, 9am] • Detroit [6/4 7pm, 11pm; 6/9 3am, 9am] • Southwest Florida [6/18 6pm, 10pm; 6/22 3am, 9am]

Family Travel with Colleen Kelly Tue 11:30am Feel Better with Pressure Point Therapy [6/9 5pm; 6/10 mdnt, 8am; 6/12 9pm; 6/13 1am, 9am]

Finding Your Roots Sun 4am; Tue 7pm [Mon 7am; Sun 7pm, 11pm begins 6/19]

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover Sun 9:30am; Fri 7:30pm [Sun 12:30pm except 6/12; Sat 4:30pm except 6/11]

Flesh and Blood On Masterpiece Episode 4 6/5 mdnt Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Thu 11:30am MT Fort Peck Dam 6/24 noon France 24 [Mon-Fri 4pm] Frank Ferrante’s Groucho 6/4 8pm Frontline Police on Trial [6/1 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/2 7:30am]


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HD & World Channels

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

The Future of America’s Past The Revolutions [6/3 3am, 9am, noon] • Red Chicago [6/13 7pm; 6/14 mdnt, 8am; 6/17 3am, 9am, noon] • Transcontinental [6/27 7pm; 6/28 mdnt, 8am; 7/1 3am]

GHI GardenFit Sat 10:30am through 6/18 Garden SMART Sat 10:30am begins 6/25 Generation Nation: A PBS American Portrait Story [6/16 2:30pm] Getting Dot Older Tue 5am [Sun 1:30pm except 6/12]

The Great American Recipe If I Were a Recipe Fri 8pm begins 6/24 Great Decisions in Foreign Policy [Wed 11:30am]

Great Performances Keeping Company with Sondheim on Great Performances 6/2 2am Great Performances at the Met Rigoletto 6/17 8pm; 6/23 2am GZERO World with Ian Bremmer Wed mdnt, except 6/7 12:04am [Wed 4:30am; Fri 11am]

Hayao Miyazaki: 10 Years with the Master No Cheap Excuses [6/2 3am, 9am]

Hero Elementary Sat 8:30am; Mon-Fri 3:30pm The Hidden Map [6/6 6pm, 11pm; 6/7 7am, 1pm; 6/12 10:30am]

Hiding In Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness Episode 1, The Storm 6/27 8pm; 6/29 1am • Episode 2, Resilience 6/28 8pm; 6/30 1am History Detectives Mon noon History with David Rubenstein [Mon 2am except 6/13; Sun 5pm except 6/12]

MT Home to Montana 6/5 3:30am Home Truth [6/1 5:30pm, 10:30pm; 6/2

The Laura Flanders Show [Sun 9:30am] The Lavender Scare 6/15 noon [6/3

Hotel Portofino Sun 7pm; Tue 1am begins 6/19 How the Victorians Built Britain Fri 4am; Sun 3pm Independent Lens Mr. Soul! [6/2 1:30pm] • Made in Boise 6/13 9pm; 6/15 1am [6/15 5pm, 10pm; 6/16 6am; 6/18 10am] • Cured [6/14 6pm, 11pm; 6/15 7am] • Real Boy [6/25 7pm, 11pm] MT Indian Relay 6/10 noon MT Indigenous Business 6/9 7pm; 6/12 10am; 6/13 2am Inside The Court of Henry VIII 6/2 noon Inside The Mind of Agatha Christie 6/26 10pm Inside The Vatican [6/23 1pm] In Their Own Words Queen Elizabeth II [6/14 3am, 9am] • Muhammad Ali [6/15 3am, 9am] • Jim Henson [6/16 3am,

The Lawrence Welk Show Sat 6pm Let’s Go Luna! Mon-Fri 3pm Lidia’s Kitchen Fri 11am Lines Broken: The Story of Marion Motley 6/29 12:30pm Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul: Soulfire 6/11 11:18pm The Lodge [6/26 8pm; 6/27 mdnt, 8am;

6:30am; 6/4 10am]

9am]

Italy Made with Love [6/12 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/13 7:30am, 1:30pm]

It’s Sew Easy Thu 11am

JKL Jon Stewart: The Mark Twain Prize 6/21 8pm; 6/24 2am Just A Mortal Man - The Jerry Lawson Story 6/5 2am Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Kitchen Fri 11:30am L.A.: A Queer History Part 1 [6/19 10:30am] • Part 2 [6/26 10:30am] Last of the Summer Wine Fri 1am; Sat 7pm

5:30pm, 10:30pm; 6/4 6:30am, 12:30pm]

6/30 3am, 9am]

Lost River Sessions Amythyst Kiah 6/4 11:30pm Lucy Worsley’s Royal Myths & Secrets Thu noon begins 6/9 noon

MN Margaret: The Rebel Princess Part 1 6/20 4am • Part 2 6/21 4am Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years 6/7 9:14pm; 6/8 2:12am Market to Market Sat 3:30am; Sun 8am Mary Berry’s Absolute Favourites Seaside 6/26 4pm; 6/28 5:30am Mary Berry’s Simple Comforts Tue 5:30am; Sun 4pm - Home 6/5 4pm; 6/7 5:30am • Yorkshire Coast 6/12 4:01pm; 6/14 5:30am • Winter Woodland 6/19 4:01pm; 6/21 5:30am McLeod’s Daughters Mon mdnt; Thu 8pm Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Sun 1am; Thu 9pm Miss Springmaid 6/25 2:30am Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sun 6:30am MN Original [Sun 10:30am except 6/12]

Molly of Denali Mon-Fri 8:30am Mona Lisa Is Missing 6/14 4am MT Montana AG Live Sun 11am, 6pm Alfalfa Pests 6/5 11am • Labor Issues in Montana AG 6/5 6pm; 6/12 11am • Beef Industry in Montana 6/12 6pm; 6/19 11am • Rural Development with the USDA 6/19 6pm; 6/26 11am • Agri-Business in Montana 6/26 6pm Montana PBS Election Coverage 6/7 Part 1 6:56pm • Part 2 7:56pm • Part 3 9:10pm • Part 4 10pm • Part 5 10:34pm Montana PBS Film Classics North by Northwest (1959) 6/11 8:03pm; 6/12 1pm • The Ladykillers (1956) 6/18 8:03pm; 6/19 1pm • The Philadelphia Story (1940) 6/25 8:03pm; 6/26 1pm MotorWeek Tue 11:30pm, except 6/7 11:37pm Murder In Montrose: The Paul Broussard Legacy [6/1 5pm, 10pm;

6/2 6am; 6/16 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/17 7:30am, 2:30pm; 6/18 9:30pm; 6/19 1:30am, 8:30am, 4:30pm]

Music for Life: The Story of New Horizons [6/18 5pm; 6/20 3am] My Hero Fri 1:30am; Sat 7:30pm Nature Equus: Story of the Horse: Chasing the Wind 6/1 7pm; 6/7 1pm [6/12 6pm, 10pm; 6/13 6am, noon] • Equus: Story of the Horse: Origins [6/5 6pm, 10pm; 6/6 6am, noon] • Wild Florida 6/15 7pm; 6/21 1pm [6/19 6pm, 10pm; 6/20 6am] • Sharks of Hawaii 6/22 7pm; 6/28 1pm [6/26 6pm, 10pm; 6/27 6am] • The Whale Detective 6/29 7pm Nature Cat Sat 7am; Mon-Fri 2:30pm begins 6/6


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

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

Nazi Mega Weapons Atlantic Wall 6/3 1pm Newsroom Tokyo [Mon-Fri 5am] NHK Newsline Tue-Fri 12:30am, except 6/7 12:32am [Mon-Fri 4:30pm] Norman Lear: American Masters 6/25 1am NOVA Ice Age Footprints 6/1 1pm [6/1 6am] • Touching the Asteroid 6/1 8pm; 6/8 1pm • Great Escape at Dunkirk 6/1 9pm • Dead Sea Scroll Detectives 6/8 8pm; 6/15 1pm [6/14 5pm, 10pm; 6/15 6am] • NOVA Universe Revealed: Milky Way [6/10 5pm, 10pm; 6/11 6am, noon] • Polar Extremes 6/15 8pm; 6/22 noon [6/21 5pm, 10pm; 6/22 6am] • Look Who’s Driving 6/22 8pm; 6/29 1pm [6/28 5pm, 10pm; 6/29 6am] • Great Electric Airplane Race 6/29 8pm

OPQ Odd Squad Mon-Fri 4:30pm Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice 6/6 9pm On Story Michael Schur: The Good Place [6/5 4am, 2:30pm] • Dave Callaham: Wonder Woman 1984 [6/12 4am] • Fact V. Fiction [6/19 4am, 2:30pm] • David Koepp: Kimi, Jurassic Park [6/26 4am, 2:30pm]

The Open Mind Fri mdnt [Sun 5:30am, 1pm except 6/12; Mon 11:30am] MT Or Perish in the Attempt

6/23 7pm; 6/26 10am; 6/27 2am Our American Family: The Barreras

[6/9 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/10 7:30am, 2:30pm; 6/11 9:30pm; 6/12 8:30am] Out In Rural America [6/23 5pm; 6/24 mdnt, 8am; 6/29 3am, 9am] Overheard with Evan Smith [Mon 4:30am, 11am]

Pacific Heartbeat Leitis in Waiting

[6/13 5pm, 10pm; 6/14 6am; 6/19 2am] •

Born This Way: Awa’s Story and the Rogers [6/20 5pm, 10pm; 6/21 6am; 6/26

2am]

Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Wed 11:30am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Wed 11am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Sun 5am Patient No More [6/27 5pm, 10pm; 6/28 6am]

Pati’s Mexican Table Mon 11am PBS American Portrait I Dream [6/27 2pm] • I Work [6/28 2pm] • I Keep [6/29 2pm] • I Rise [6/30 2pm] PBS NewsHour Mon-Fri 6pm [Tue-Sat 1am; Mon-Fri 8pm]

PBS News Weekend Sat & Sun 5:30pm Peg + Cat Mon-Fri 2pm begins 6/6 Penny: Champion of the Marginalized [6/23 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/24 7:30am, 2:30pm; 6/25 9:30pm; 6/26 1:30am, 8:30am, 4:30pm]

Piaf: Her Story, Her Songs 6/2 3:30am

Pinkalicious & Peterrific Sat 8am Planet California Rivers of Gold 6/22 9pm [6/28 6pm, 11pm; 6/29 7am] • Close Encounters 6/29 9pm POV Pier Kids [6/15 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/16 7:30am] • Out in the Night [6/18 7pm, 11pm] • Who Killed Vincent Chin? 6/20 9pm; 6/22 1am [6/22 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/23 7:30am; 6/25 10am] • We Are the Radical Monarchs [6/22 5pm, 10pm; 6/23 6am]

POV Shorts Post - Colonial Queer [6/17 7:30pm; 6/18 12:30am, 8:30am, 2:30pm] • Dreaming Life [6/3 5pm, 10pm; 6/4 6am, noon; 6/10 3am, 9am, noon]

Prehistoric Road Trip Welcome to Fossil Country 6/17 1pm • We Dig Dinosaurs 6/24 1pm • Tiny Teeth, Fearsome Beasts 7/1 1pm [6/1 mdnt, 8am; 6/4 3am] Prideland [6/25 5pm; 6/27 3am] Queen Elizabeth’s Secret Agents 6/28 4am Quilting Arts Sat 2pm

RST Ready Jet Go! Sun 5:30am The Real Bedford Falls: It’s a Wonderful Life 6/14 noon; 6/19 2am, 2:33pm; 6/23 4:30am Reel South Gimme A Faith [6/2 7pm, 11pm; 6/3 7am, 2pm; 6/4 9pm; 6/5 1am, 8am, 4pm] The Registry [6/1 9am] The Reunited States [6/2 noon]

Rick Steves’ Europe Sat 3pm Rick Steves Fascism in Europe

[6/5 7:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/6 7:30am, 1:30pm]

Rivers of Life: The Mississippi 6/8 7pm; 6/14 1pm Roadfood Wed 11:30pm Roadtrip Nation: Caring Forward 6/16 4am Rosemary [6/20 6pm, 11pm; 6/21 7am; 6/26 3am, 9pm; 6/27 1am, 9am]

Samantha Brown’s Places to Love Sat 2:30pm Scotland’s Scenic Railways Thu 1am; Fri 5am; Sun noon through 6/10 Second Opinion Hospital Delirium [6/2 11:30am] • Transgender Health [6/4 4am, 9:30am; 6/9 11:30am] • Atrial Fibrillation [6/11 4am, 9:30am; 6/16 11:30am] • Eating Disorders [6/18 4am, 9:30am; 6/23 11:30am] • Precision Medicine [6/25 4am, 9:30am; 6/30 11:30am] Second Opinion with Joan Lunden Tue 11am - Pre-Diabetes 6/7 11am • Stress 6/14 11am • Vaccine Hesitancy 6/21 11am • Alopecia Areata 6/28 11am Secrets of Scotland Yard 6/14 3am Secrets of Selfridges 6/10 3am Secrets of Westminster 6/5 7pm; 6/7 3am Sesame Street Mon-Fri 9am Shakespeare’s Tomb 6/20 3am Signs of the Time 6/3 2am

Silent Sacrifice: Stories of Japanese American Incarceration 6/12 2am Sit and Be Fit Mon, Wed, Fri 10:30am Sky Blossom: Diaries of the Next Greatest Generation 6/22 2:30am Slavery By Another Name [6/19 8pm; 6/20 mdnt, 8am]

Speaking Grief [6/16 5pm; 6/17 mdnt, 8am]

The Stand: How One Gesture Shook the World 6/7 8:01pm; 6/8 1:01am Start Up Foodmaven: Denver, CO [6/5 11:30am] • Oswald Service and Repair: Idaho Falls, ID [6/19 11:30am] • Stitch People: Salt Lake City, UT [6/26 11:30am] Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire Sat 4pm begins 6/18 Steven Raichlen’s Project Smoke Sat 4pm through 6/11 MT Stories from Montana’s Future Aaniiih, Nakoda, Dakota, and Lakota Country 6/9 7:30pm; 6/12 10:30am; 6/13 2:30am Stories from the Stage [Tue 12:30am, 8:30am; Fri 3:30am, 9:30am, 12:30pm; Mon 7:30pm]

Storm Over the Atlantic 6/9 1pm Story in the Public Square Thu mdnt [Thu 4:30am, 11am]

Story of Us: A PBS American Portrait Story 6/16 2pm Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan Samantha Power [6/5 5:30pm; 6/6 2:30am] • Kate Bowler 6/5 11:30pm [6/26 5:30pm; 6/27 2:30am] • Lilly Singh 6/12 11:30pm • Melinda Gates [6/14 noon] • W. Kamau Bell [6/14 12:30pm] • Bianca Valenti [6/14 1pm] • Dolores Huerta [6/14 1:30pm] • Dr. Gawande [6/14 2pm] • Scott Galloway [6/14 2:30pm] • David Byrne [6/15 noon] • Steve Kerr [6/15 12:30pm] • Judy Woodruff [6/15 1pm] • Ai-Jen Poo [6/15 1:30pm] • Bryan Stevenson [6/15 2pm] • James Corden [6/16 noon] • Jennifer Garner [6/16 1pm] • Robin Roberts [6/19 5:30pm; 6/20 2:30am] • Anthony Ray Hinton 6/19 11:30pm Anna Deavere Smith 6/26 11:30pm Terrence McNally: American Masters [6/3 6:30pm, 11:30pm; 6/4 7:30am, 1:30pm]

This Old House Sat 4am, 11:30am MT A Timeless Legacy Women Artists of Glacier National Park 6/8 noon; 6/30 7pm Today’s Wild West Montana Horse Drive / Cattle Rancher Movie Star Joel McCrea / Preserving ranches with the California Rangeland Trust 6/26 3:30am To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe [Sun 4:30am, noon except 6/12; Sat 5am, 3pm except 6/11; Wed 11am]

Training for Freedom 6/24 3:30am; 6/29 noon [6/19 9:30pm; 6/20 1:30am, 9:30am, 7pm; 6/21 mdnt, 8am; 6/24 3am, 9am, noon; 6/25 11:30am]

Trains that Changed the World Speed 6/12 noon; 6/16 1am, 1pm; 6/17 5am • Cities 6/19 noon; 6/23 1am, 1pm; 6/24 5am • Industry 6/26 noon; 6/30 3am, 1pm; 7/1 5am Travels with Darley Tue mdnt The Trick (2021) 6/5 1pm Two-Spirit Powwow [6/26 8:30pm; 6/27 12:30am, 8:30am; 6/30 3:30am, 9:30am]

UV The Ultimate Guide to Fly Fishing Sat 4:30pm Unsettled History: America, China and the Doolittle Tokyo Raid [6/5 3am]

Variety Studio: Actors on Actors 6/27 11:30pm MT The Violin Alone 6/27 4am

WXY Wai Lana Yoga Sat 5am Washington Week Sat 3am; Sun 9am; Fri 7pm [Sun 5am; Sat 5:30am; 3:30pm except 6/11]

The Water of Life 6/12 7pm; 6/19 2:30am [6/29 5pm, 10pm; 6/30 6am] We’ll Meet Again Coming Out 6/7 4am [6/4 5pm; 6/6 3am] • Lost Children of Vietnam 6/17 2am • Rescued from Mount St. Helens 6/29 3am When Comedy Went to School 6/4 9:30pm; 6/10 2am Wild Kratts Mon-Fri 8am; Sat 9:30am Wild Travels 6/6 11:30pm The Woman in White Sun mdnt begins 6/12 Woodsmith Shop Sat 1pm Woodsongs Ukulele Celebration with EmiSunshine, Victor & Penny and Diana Chittester 6/6 5am • Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers and Gumbo, Grits & Gravy 6/13 5am • Abe Partridge and Nora Jane Struthers 6/20 5am Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum Mon-Fri 7am; Sun 7:30am Yoga in Practice Tue & Thu 6am


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Frank Ferrante stars in his internationally acclaimed stage performance as legendary comedian Groucho Marx.

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Dubbed “nothing short of masterful” by the Chicago Tribune, “Frank Ferrante’s Groucho” is a laughter-filled, theatrical portrait of “America’s most gifted funnyman”. Written and performed by actor Frank Ferrante, this filmed play with music celebrates the style and spirit of comedian Groucho Marx (1890-1977), whose irreverent humor continues to influence artists today.