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12:00 AM

Royal Wives at War

Length: 56 Minutes

1:00 AM

Margaret: The Rebel Princess: Part One

Length: 54 Minutes

2:00 AM

Margaret: The Rebel Princess: Part Two

Length: 53 Minutes

3:00 AM

PBS NewsHour

Length: 56 Minutes

4:00 AM

Amanpour and Company

Length: 56 Minutes

5:00 AM

Big Dreams In Umatilla

Length: 52 Minutes

6:00 AM

Second Opinion with Joan Lunden: Parkinson's Disease

Length: 26 Minutes

6:30 AM

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack

Length: 26 Minutes

7:00 AM

To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

Length: 26 Minutes

7:30 AM

Washington Week

Length: 26 Minutes

8:00 AM

Royal Wives at War

Length: 56 Minutes

9:00 AM

Margaret: The Rebel Princess: Part One

Length: 54 Minutes

10:00 AM

Margaret: The Rebel Princess: Part Two

Length: 53 Minutes

11:00 AM

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack

Length: 26 Minutes

11:30 AM

Second Opinion with Joan Lunden: Parkinson's Disease

Length: 26 Minutes

12:00 PM

P.O.V.: Things We Dare Not Do

Length: 86 Minutes

1:30 PM

Becoming Johanna

Length: 27 Minutes

2:00 PM

Royal Wives at War

Length: 56 Minutes

3:00 PM

Margaret: The Rebel Princess: Part One

Length: 54 Minutes

4:00 PM

Margaret: The Rebel Princess: Part Two

Length: 53 Minutes

5:00 PM

To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

Length: 26 Minutes

5:30 PM

Washington Week

Length: 26 Minutes

6:00 PM

DW Focus On Europe

Length: 26 Minutes

6:30 PM

Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

Length: 26 Minutes

7:00 PM

Reveal: The Dead Unknown

Length: 56 Minutes

8:00 PM

American Veteran: The Calling

Length: 56 Minutes

9:00 PM

Unladylike2020: American Masters: Becoming Helen Keller

Length: 86 Minutes

10:30 PM

America ReFramed: Bring It Home

Episode
America ReFramed
Length: 85 Minutes

BRING IT HOME tells the story of five families at a crossroads after the closing of the GM Lordstown auto plant. GM's decision forced thousands to decide between transferring out-of-state or staying put. If they stay, they risk loss of employment and benefits. As families wrestle these tough choices, they are left wondering why a company recording billions in profits is shuttering factories.