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Wednesday
4/25/18
 
The Lost Bird Project (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Sculptor Todd McGrain and his brother in law travel to the places where five birds recently driven to extinction were last seen in the wild.
Shifting Sands: On the Path to Sustainability (HD, Repeat) Exploring the vast ecosystem of the Indiana dunes and how the region, where rare plants grow in the shadow of smokestacks, offer hints to a sustainable future.
The Migrant Kitchen Alta California (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
The Migrant Kitchen Badmaash (HD, Repeat, TV-G) The Mahendro family showcases their restaurant Badmaash, which features carefully selected spices and classic Indian dishes crafted by each family member.
 
Thursday
4/26/18
 
Independent Lens Look & See: Wendell Berry's Kentucky (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Writer, farmer and activist Wendell Berry uses the stories of his family and neighbors to reveal how industrial agriculture has changed the rural United States.
Shifting Sands: On the Path to Sustainability (HD, Repeat) Exploring the vast ecosystem of the Indiana dunes and how the region, where rare plants grow in the shadow of smokestacks, offer hints to a sustainable future.
Mystery of the Mountain: Hidden in Plain View (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Actor Memo Sauceda chronicles the story of a rugged and venerated hilltop in Mexico that might be hiding the largest pyramid in the world.
 
Friday
4/27/18
 
NOVA Wonders What Are Animals Saying? (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Researchers decipher how animals communicate with each other, focusing on the thumps of spiders, the mating songs of mice, and the signals of chimpanzees.
Turning the Tide (Repeat) A look at the stories of survival and the latest developments in the tsunami relief efforts with Hugh Riminton.
Our American Family: The Clarks (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
Stories from the Stage Road Trip (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Master storytellers from a multitude of cultures explore the art of storytelling by discussing their craft and performing on-stage.
 
Saturday
4/28/18
 
America's First Forest: Carl Schenck and the Asheville Experiment (HD, Repeat, TV-G) The story about how a German forester came to America in 1895 to manage the forests in Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.
Civilizations How Do We Look? (Repeat, TV-PG) The human image has been featured in portraits, paintings and sculptures in order to assuage loss, express strength, and inspire fear.
Consuelo Mack Wealth Track (Repeat, TV-G) Consuelo Mack discusses strategies for successful long term investing, including investing in diverse assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate and art.
Second Opinion: Taking Charge of Your Health Care Psychosis (Repeat, TV-PG) A patient shares her story of her ongoing battle with Schizoaffective disorder, and of the treatments that have allowed her to enjoy a happy life.
 
Sunday
4/29/18
 
America ReFramed Through the Repellent Fence (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Films that showcase contemporary reservations, big and small towns, and more reveal what life is like in places all over the United States.
The Lost Bird Project (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Sculptor Todd McGrain and his brother in law travel to the places where five birds recently driven to extinction were last seen in the wild.
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Dennis Palumbo – Head Wounds (New, TV-G) Host Barry Kibrick interviews author Dennis Palumbo, who engages in a discussion about his series of thriller novels featuring the character Daniel Rinaldi.
Well Read Tracy Kidder, A Trunk Full of Money (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Host Terry Tazioli explores literary tomes with interviews and reviews and chats with Seattle Times Book Editor Mary Ann Gwinn about related authors and books.
 
Monday
4/30/18
 
Reel South Honky Tonk Heaven (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
The Crowd & the Cloud Viral vs. Virus (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Former NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati, presents the projects and people who contribute to the growing popularity of citizen science and crowdsourcing.
The Crowd & the Cloud Citizens4Earth (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Former NASA Chief Scientist Waleed Abdalati, presents the projects and people who contribute to the growing popularity of citizen science and crowdsourcing.
 
Tuesday
5/1/18
 
Pacific Heartbeat Poi E: The Story of Our Song (Repeat, TV-G) Pacific Island culture is explored in music through various concert performances and backstage interviews with ukulele and guitar playing artists.
An Act of Dog (HD, Repeat, TV-PG)
Stories from the Stage Holiday Horror (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Cyndi Freeman gets a job as a Christmas elf; Ekhlas Ahmed endures an unusually long Ramadan fast; Matthew Dicks stands up to his girlfriend's father.
Turning the Tide (Repeat) A look at the stories of survival and the latest developments in the tsunami relief efforts with Hugh Riminton.
 
 
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Wednesday
5/2/18
 
POV Web Junkie (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Cameras follow three teenage gamers from China as they take part in a rigorous rehabilitation program for people who have an addiction to the Internet.
I Am (Repeat, TV-G) An Indian lesbian filmmaker visits her home country to confront the loss of her mom and tell the untold stories of Indian parents who have gay and lesbian kids.
The Migrant Kitchen Omotenashi (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Charles Namba and Courtney Kaplan showcase their love of izakaya culture by showcasing their Japanese tavern; Sonoko Sakai prepares soba noodles.
The Migrant Kitchen Beyond Pho (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
 
Thursday
5/3/18
« Independent Lens True Conviction (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Three recently exonerated prisoners form an unlikely investigative team in Dallas whose mission is to set wrongfully convicted prisoners free.
America's First Forest: Carl Schenck and the Asheville Experiment (HD, Repeat, TV-G) The story about how a German forester came to America in 1895 to manage the forests in Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.
Jens Jensen: The Living Green (Repeat) The life of conservationist Jens Jensen is chronicled, revealing his struggle to overcome hardships, and his efforts to infuse nature into the urban world.
 
Friday
5/4/18
 
NOVA Wonders What's Living in You? (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) The human microbiome is explored, revealing the bacteria, fungi and viruses that live within the human body and how parasitic larvae can grow in human skin.
Power to Heal: Medicare and the Civil Rights Revolution (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) The struggle to secure equal access to healthcare for all Americans is chronicled with focus on the Medicare program and its role in civil rights history.
An Act of Dog (HD, Repeat, TV-PG)
Stories from the Stage Holiday Horror (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Cyndi Freeman gets a job as a Christmas elf; Ekhlas Ahmed endures an unusually long Ramadan fast; Matthew Dicks stands up to his girlfriend's father.
 
Saturday
5/5/18
 
The Story of China Silk Roads and China Ships (Repeat, TV-PG) Michael visits the Yellow River, Central Asia and India to explore the spread of Buddhism, Christianity and Chinese culture during the Tang Dynasty.
Civilizations God and Art (Repeat, TV-PG) The relationship between art and religion, which has inspired some of the most ingenious, majestic and breathtaking works of art in history, is explored.
Consuelo Mack Wealth Track (Repeat, TV-G) Consuelo Mack discusses strategies for successful long term investing, including investing in diverse assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate and art.
Second Opinion: Taking Charge of Your Health Care ADHD in Adults (Repeat, TV-PG) A patient shares his story of his diagnosis of ADHD, a disorder that is known to start in childhood, and how his later in life diagnosis has affected his life.
 
Sunday
5/6/18
 
America ReFramed Unbroken Glass (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Films that showcase contemporary reservations, big and small towns, and more reveal what life is like in places all over the United States.
I Am (Repeat, TV-G) An Indian lesbian filmmaker visits her home country to confront the loss of her mom and tell the untold stories of Indian parents who have gay and lesbian kids.
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Sam Esmail - The Creative Process and Making it in Show Business (Repeat, TV-G) Barry Kibrick conducts insightful one-on-one interviews with a guest list of public figures than span the gamut from novelists to musicians.
Well Read Dr. Larry Brilliant, Sometimes Brilliant (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Host Terry Tazioli explores literary tomes with interviews and reviews and chats with Seattle Times Book Editor Mary Ann Gwinn about related authors and books.
 
Monday
5/7/18
 
Wild Weather (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Scientists around the globe create their own weather in order to study how wind, water and temperature create spectacular weather patterns.
Doc World Finding Samuel Lowe (HD, Repeat, TV-PG)
An Act of Dog (HD, Repeat, TV-PG)
 
Tuesday
5/8/18
 
Pacific Heartbeat Making Good Men (Repeat, TV-PG) Pacific Island culture is explored in music through various concert performances and backstage interviews with ukulele and guitar playing artists.
Local, USA Ku Kanaka: Stand Tall (Repeat, TV-G) Niccole Thurman and Evan Allen-Gessesse present viewers with a special look into the lives of everyday Americans, chronicling the ups and downs of daily life.
Stories from the Stage Kitchen Confessions (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Javed Rezayee uses his poor cooking skills to duel his chef father; Alan White cooks with his lover; Karen Akunowicz describes a horrifying restaurant shift.
Resistance at Tule Lake (HD, Repeat, TV-PG)
 
 
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