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12:00
am

Sun Studio Sessions

Railroad Earth

TVPG | CC | HDTV | stereo

The band combines traditional American roots music with various overlays such as Celtic and Cajun.

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12:30
am

Sun Studio Sessions

Sahara Smith

TVPG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Sahara's songwriting talent is showcased with performances like "The Real Thing" and "Lazarus."

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1:00
am

Music Voyager

Israel: Voices From The Desert

TVPG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Showcases a concert of The Idan Raichel Project at the foot of the magnificent "Solomon's Pillars."

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1:30
am

Bluegrass Underground

The Civil Wars

TVPG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Intricately woven phrasing and airtight harmonies mark the minimalist duo's powerful ballads.

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2:00
am

BBC World News

#5245

TVRE | CC | HDTV | stereo

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2:30
am

Journal

#9174

TVG | CC | stereo

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3:00
am

Song Of The Mountains

#705

TVG | stereo

Performances by The Lost and Found and Barefoot Nellie and Company are featured.

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4:00
am

Backstage Pass

Eyde Evans Hyde

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

West Michigan's Eyde Evans Hyde delivers swanky, classic jazz and upbeat blues.

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5:00
am

Austin City Limits

Mumford And Sons/Flogging Molly

TVPG | srnd51

Contemporary folk rock takes the stage as Mumford and Sons and Flogging Molly perform great tunes.

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6:00
am

America's Heartland

#516

TVG | stereo

A Tennessee farm is home to a famous pig. California avocado farmers deliver heart healthy recipes.

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6:30
am

Growing a Greener World

Sol Mobile Bus (Various Cities Across America)

TVG | stereo

A group of young gardeners travel the country teaching edible gardening with sustainable practices.

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7:00
am

Newsline

#4111

TVRE | CC | stereo

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7:30
am

Sit And Be Fit

Relaxation

TVG | stereo

Mary Ann explores the healing touch of massage and demonstrates effective ways to release tension.

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8:00
am

Sewing with Nancy: Art Quilts - Fusible Collage Workshop

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Bold fabrics, colors, fusible web, release paper and creative cutting combine to make art quilts.

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9:00
am

Rick Steves' Europe Travel Skills

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TVG | stereo

Practical advice on enjoying a fun, affordable and culturally broadening trip to Europe is shared.

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11:00
am

Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way

Earth To Table

TVG | DVI | CC | stereo

Hearty Vegetable Bean Soup and Chicken Supremes with Tapenade and Mushroom Sauce are prepared.

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11:30
am

Martha Stewart's Cooking School

Pan Searing

TVG | stereo

Crisp-skinned salmon filet, pan-seared steak with mustard-cream sauce and Muscovy duck breasts.

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12:00
pm

Burt Wolf: Taste Of Freedom

Hanukkah

TVG | CC | mono

Uncover the holiday's history, learn why certain treats are served and the secret of the dreidel.

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12:30
pm

American Woodshop

Thinking Toys 2

TVG | stereo

Puzzle joinery in furniture designs is highlighted.

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1:00
pm

Antiques Roadshow

Billings, Mt - Hour Two

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Highlights include a 19th-century Japanese suit of armor and an 1825 Parisian gilt bronze plateau.

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2:00
pm

Tavis Smiley

#2980

TVRE | CC | HDTV | stereo

Jazz saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter is interviewed.

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2:30
pm

3:00
pm

Journal

#9175

TVG | CC | stereo

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3:30
pm

Nightly Business Report

#32194

TVRE | CC | HDTV | stereo

Television's longest-running evening business news broadcast, "NBR" features in-depth coverage and analysis of the biggest financial news stories of the day and access to some of the world's top business leaders and policy makers.

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4:00
pm

PBS NewsHour

#10746

TVRE | CC | HDTV | stereo

PBS NewsHour is an American evening television news program that is broadcast weeknights on the Public Broadcasting Service; the program is currently anchored by Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff, who also serve as its managing editors.

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5:00
pm

Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo

Gold In Them Hills

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

A White Truffle hunt, Truffles and Eggs and Chef Cervelli's Pasta with Sea Urchins are showcased.

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5:30
pm

Julia And Jacques Cooking At Home

Our Favorite Sandwiches

TVG | CC | stereo

Croque Monsieur, the New England Lobster Roll and Pan Bagnat and a seafood-filled loaf of bread.

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6:00
pm

Mexico -- One Plate At A Time With Rick Bayless

Oaxaca's Most Magical Holiday

TVG | stereo

Black Mole, Tostadas and smokey Oaxacan Salsa are made during the Dia de Los Muertos holiday.

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6:30
pm

Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen

Primal Grill

TVG | srnd51

Mussels on pine needles, Salmon on a stick and Caveman T-Bones with Garlic and Peppers are served.

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7:00
pm

Great Performances

Hugh Laurie: Let Them Talk - A Celebration Of New

TVPG | srnd51

The versatile British actor and star of "House" showcases his musical side in New Orleans.

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8:00
pm

Rock Prophecies

TVPG | CC | HDTV | srnd51

Artist interviews put the life of prolific rock 'n' roll photographer Robert M. Knight into focus.

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9:00
pm

9:30
pm

Tavis Smiley

#2981

TVRE | CC | HDTV | stereo

TAVIS SMILEY is a unique hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with politicians, entertainers, athletes, authors and other newsmakers. Tavis Smiley was named to TIME‘s list of 100 "Most Influential People in the World."

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10:00
pm

Charlie Rose

#19181

TVRE | CC | HDTV | stereo

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11:00
pm

PBS NewsHour

#10746

TVRE | CC | HDTV | stereo

PBS NewsHour is an American evening television news program that is broadcast weeknights on the Public Broadcasting Service; the program is currently anchored by Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff, who also serve as its managing editors.

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