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12:00 AM

The Talk - Race In America:

The Talk - Race In America:

2:00 AM

Local USA: '63 Boycott

Episode
Local USA
Length: 26 Minutes
Closed Captions Unavailable

On October 22, 1963, more than 250,000 students boycotted Chicago Public Schools to protest racial segregation, calling for the resignation of the superintendent. Combining archival footage with reflections today, ’63 BOYCOTT connects the forgotten story of one of the largest northern civil rights demonstrations to contemporary issues around race, education, school closings and youth activism.

2:30 AM

Stories from the Stage: Experience

Episode
Stories from the Stage
Length: 26 Minutes
Closed Captions Unavailable

It has often been said that experience is the best teacher. Joan learns that it’s never too late to radically change her life; Stacey's forgotten gift regains an unexpected value; and Matthew looks down the barrel of a bandit’s gun and learns that his life is worth more than a pint of ice cream. Three storytellers, three interpretations of EXPERIENCE, hosted by Wes Hazard.

3:00 AM

PBS NewsHour:

PBS NewsHour:

4:00 AM

Amanpour and Company:

Amanpour and Company:

5:00 AM

Talking Black In America:

Talking Black In America:

6:00 AM

Great Decisions In Foreign Policy: Out of Balance: Trading with China

Great Decisions In Foreign Policy: Out of Balance: Trading with China

6:30 AM

Asia Insight:

Asia Insight:

7:00 AM

Newsroom Tokyo:

Newsroom Tokyo:

7:40 AM

Direct Talk:

Direct Talk:

8:00 AM

The Talk - Race In America:

The Talk - Race In America:

10:00 AM

Local USA: '63 Boycott

Episode
Local USA
Length: 26 Minutes
Closed Captions Unavailable

On October 22, 1963, more than 250,000 students boycotted Chicago Public Schools to protest racial segregation, calling for the resignation of the superintendent. Combining archival footage with reflections today, ’63 BOYCOTT connects the forgotten story of one of the largest northern civil rights demonstrations to contemporary issues around race, education, school closings and youth activism.

10:30 AM

Stories from the Stage: Experience

Episode
Stories from the Stage
Length: 26 Minutes
Closed Captions Unavailable

It has often been said that experience is the best teacher. Joan learns that it’s never too late to radically change her life; Stacey's forgotten gift regains an unexpected value; and Matthew looks down the barrel of a bandit’s gun and learns that his life is worth more than a pint of ice cream. Three storytellers, three interpretations of EXPERIENCE, hosted by Wes Hazard.

11:00 AM

Talking Black In America:

Talking Black In America:

12:00 PM

Amanpour and Company:

Amanpour and Company:

1:00 PM

Great Decisions In Foreign Policy: Out of Balance: Trading with China

Great Decisions In Foreign Policy: Out of Balance: Trading with China

1:30 PM

Asia Insight:

Asia Insight:

2:00 PM

The Talk - Race In America:

The Talk - Race In America:

4:00 PM

Local USA: '63 Boycott

Episode
Local USA
Length: 26 Minutes
Closed Captions Unavailable

On October 22, 1963, more than 250,000 students boycotted Chicago Public Schools to protest racial segregation, calling for the resignation of the superintendent. Combining archival footage with reflections today, ’63 BOYCOTT connects the forgotten story of one of the largest northern civil rights demonstrations to contemporary issues around race, education, school closings and youth activism.

4:30 PM

Stories from the Stage: Experience

Episode
Stories from the Stage
Length: 26 Minutes
Closed Captions Unavailable

It has often been said that experience is the best teacher. Joan learns that it’s never too late to radically change her life; Stacey's forgotten gift regains an unexpected value; and Matthew looks down the barrel of a bandit’s gun and learns that his life is worth more than a pint of ice cream. Three storytellers, three interpretations of EXPERIENCE, hosted by Wes Hazard.

5:00 PM

Nhk Newsline:

Nhk Newsline:

5:30 PM

DW News:

DW News:

6:00 PM

Our American Family: The Clarks:

Our American Family: The Clarks:

6:30 PM

Independent Lens: Winnie

Episode
Independent Lens
Winnie
Length: 86 Minutes
Closed Captions Unavailable

Winnie paints a complex portrait of Winnie Mandela: the woman, the paradox, both exalted and villainized in the eyes of history.

8:00 PM

America ReFramed: Late Blossom Blues

Episode
America ReFramed
Length: 86 Minutes
Closed Captions Unavailable

Born in Mississippi, Leo “Bud” Welch’s recording and touring career begins at the age of 81. With the support of his dedicated manager, veteran Vencie Varnad, Leo’s Blues career takes him to festivals across the South and all the way to Austria. With just a handful of Bluesmen left in the U.S., LATE BLOSSOM BLUES offers a glimpse into the daily life of one of America’s living musical treasures.

9:30 PM

Our American Family: The Clarks:

Our American Family: The Clarks:

10:00 PM

PBS NewsHour:

PBS NewsHour:

11:00 PM

Nightly Business Report:

Nightly Business Report:

11:30 PM

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