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Programs for WSKG-DT4 on Saturday, June 23, 2018
12:00 AM
American Experience The Great War (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Over the course of three years, reports of German atrocities and submarine attacks on American ships finally lead President Woodrow Wilson to enter World War I.
2:00 AM
Civilizations Color and Light (Repeat, TV-PG) Light and color drive the search for greater realism and spiritual ecstasy in art as varied as Gothic cathedrals, Indian court painting, and modern art.
3:00 AM
The PBS NewsHour (HD, Repeat) Highly regarded anchors and senior correspondents present a commercial-free hour of in-depth reporting on various significant occurrences around the world.
4:00 AM
Nightly Business Report (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Susie Gharib and Tyler Mathisen talk with leading business experts and look at up-to-date market reports, company information and economic news.
4:30 AM
Amanpour on PBS (HD, Repeat) El Paso, Texas, Mayor Dee Margo; Turkish opposition candidate Muharrem Ince; Soner Cagaptay of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
5:00 AM
Local, USA The Guys Next Door (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.
6:00 AM
Second Opinion: Taking Charge of Your Health Care Borderline Personality Disorder (Repeat, TV-PG) A panel of nationally known doctors and healthcare professionals talks about complex issues that surround real-life medical cases.
6:30 AM
Consuelo Mack Wealth Track (New, TV-G) Consuelo Mack discusses strategies for successful long term investing, including investing in diverse assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate and art.
7:00 AM
To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe Paid Family Leave Options (HD, New) Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.); Republican strategist Rina Shah; Ann Stone of Women for Trump; George Washington University professor Lara Brown.
7:30 AM
Washington Week (HD, New) Washington's top journalists participate in an in-depth analysis of the major news events that are currently affecting the entire nation.
8:00 AM
American Experience The Great War (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Over the course of three years, reports of German atrocities and submarine attacks on American ships finally lead President Woodrow Wilson to enter World War I.
10:00 AM
Civilizations Color and Light (Repeat, TV-PG) Light and color drive the search for greater realism and spiritual ecstasy in art as varied as Gothic cathedrals, Indian court painting, and modern art.
11:00 AM
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.
11:30 AM
Second Opinion: Taking Charge of Your Health Care Borderline Personality Disorder (Repeat, TV-PG) A panel of nationally known doctors and healthcare professionals talks about complex issues that surround real-life medical cases.
12:00 PM
POV Quest (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Over the course of eight years, an African-American couple raise a family in Philadelphia while nurturing a community of hip-hop artists in their basement.
1:30 PM
The Committee (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) A look is taken at the Florida Legislative Investigation Committee, which was created in the mid-1950s in response to the Brown vs. Board of Education ruling.
2:00 PM
American Experience The Great War (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Over the course of three years, reports of German atrocities and submarine attacks on American ships finally lead President Woodrow Wilson to enter World War I.
4:00 PM
Civilizations Color and Light (Repeat, TV-PG) Light and color drive the search for greater realism and spiritual ecstasy in art as varied as Gothic cathedrals, Indian court painting, and modern art.
5:00 PM
To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe Paid Family Leave Options (HD, Repeat) Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.); Republican strategist Rina Shah; Ann Stone of Women for Trump; George Washington University professor Lara Brown.
5:30 PM
Washington Week (HD, Repeat) Washington's top journalists participate in an in-depth analysis of the major news events that are currently affecting the entire nation.
6:00 PM
Focus on Europe (TV-G) Journalists, photographers and producers join together as they search for the political, economic and cultural landscape of Europe, including touching stories.
6:30 PM
Firing Line with Margaret Hoover (New) House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) discusses the U.S. government's poverty agenda, insisting that conservative and liberal policymakers have created a stalemate.
7:00 PM
Trust Docs One Man, One City, Three Evictions (HD, New, TV-PG)
7:30 PM
Poetry in America New York State of Mind - Nas (HD, New, TV-MA) Hip-hop artist Nas, music executive Steve Stoute, scholar Salamishah Tillet, and a group of rappers and fans analyze Nas' iconic track, "NY State of Mind."
8:00 PM
Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio (Repeat, TV-PG) Archival footage and airchecks provide a look at the 50-year struggle of rock music radio from its origins on AM radio to the promise of its rebirth.
9:30 PM
Stories from the Stage Can't Pick Your Family, Part 1 (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Alison's distant father is diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease; Rose's father gambles away her home; Tae learns about love while selecting a musical instrument.
10:00 PM
America ReFramed Deej (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.
11:00 PM
Local, USA The Guys Next Door (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.
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