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Nov 15

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12:00
am

Tavis Smiley

#3034

TVRE | CC | stereo

A conversation with singer-songwriter and record producer Mary J. Blige is showcased.

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12:30
am

Tavis Smiley

#3033

TVRE | CC | stereo

Legendary filmmaker Oliver Stone has become known as a master of controversial subjects.

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1:00
am

Miller Center's American Forum

Special Town Hall Meeting On The Future Of The Ame

TVG | CC | stereo

Nationally prominent scholars and journalists explore critical questions about the American Dream.

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2:00
am

2:30
am

Journal

#9228

TVG | CC | stereo

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3:00
am

Song Of The Mountains

#821

TVG | stereo

The contemporary bluegrass group Lonesome River Band performs.

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4:00
am

All-Star Orchestra

The Living Art Form (W.T.)

TVG | DVI | srnd51

Young soloists and leading American composers are featured in performance and interviews.

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5:00
am

Jungleers In Battle, The 41st Infantry Diovision Of WW II

mono

This documentary answers the question ?Why did the Japanese attack the United States?? and tells the story of how 41st Infantry Division reacts to that attack with Oregon and Washington coastline duty in case the Japanese continue on to attack the western coast of the United States and continues on with the deployment to Australia, fighting against the Japanese in New Guinea, the Philippines and onto occupation duty in the Hiroshima district of Japan.

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6:00
am

America's Heartland

#904

TVG | stereo

An H2O harvest of crawfish in Louisiana and a recipe for Cornish game hens are highlighted.

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6:30
am

Growing a Greener World

Garden Myths 2.0 (Atlanta, Ga)

TVG | stereo

A look at more garden myths and what to really do instead are showcased.

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7:00
am

Newsline

#4165

TVRE | CC | stereo

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7:30
am

Sit And Be Fit

#1108

TVG | stereo

Mary Ann marches her way to fitness with fun routines and patriotic music.

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8:00
am

Sewing With Nancy

Travel Gear Made Easy, Part 2

TVG | stereo

Learn the basics of making a travel trio bag set, a jewels and treats bag and a curling iron tote.

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8:30
am

Quilt In A Day

Freedom Trail Of Quilts

CC | mono

Walk our trail to freedom through vintage quilts from the Pilgrims to our forefathers and our flag.

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9:00
am

Gary Spetz's Painting Wild Places

Learn To Paint Lake Mcdonald, Part 2

TVG | stereo

Gary concludes the "reflective mountain lake" watercolor painting from the previous episode.

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9:30
am

Best Of The Joy Of Painting

Serenity

TVG | CC | mono

Join Bob Ross at one of his favorite resting spots on canvas, beneath a huge old tree in the forest.

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10:00
am

Ask This Old House

#1206

TVG | stereo

Tom Silva and Kevin O'Connor replace a leaky skylight and Richard Trethewey repairs a noisy toilet.

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10:30
am

Well Read

Frederick Hoxie, This Indian Country

TVG | CC | HDTV | mono

Prominent historian Frederick Hoxie traces the history and heroes of Indian political activism.

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11:00
am

America's Test Kitchen From Cook's Illustrated

Shake And Bake Reinvented

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Tasty recipes include the best Nut-Crusted Chicken Cutlets and Crisp Pan-Fried Pork Chops.

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11:30
am

Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen

Fun Modern Cakes

TVG | stereo

The perfect Strawberry Dream Cake, the best Chocolate Eclair Cake and a tasting of Milk Chocolate.

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12:00
pm

Family Travel With Colleen Kelly

Los Angeles - Hollywood & The Beach (Lights...Came

TVG | stereo

Colleen Kelly explores Los Angeles, CA from outdoor adventures to the Hollywood glitz and glam.

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12:30
pm

American Woodshop

Three Column Round Table

TVG | stereo

The three turned legs really make this desirable table shine! Aged white oak is the wood of choice.

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1:00
pm

The This Old House Hour

#1207

TVG | stereo

Sea-level foundation footings are installed at Bay Head. Roger Cook helps plant a maple tree.

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2:00
pm

Tavis Smiley

#3034

TVRE | CC | stereo

A conversation with singer-songwriter and record producer Mary J. Blige is showcased.

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2:30
pm

3:00
pm

Journal

#9229

TVG | CC | stereo

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3:30
pm

Nightly Business Report

#32248

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

#10800

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

Ciao Italia

Chicken/Pollo

TVG | CC | stereo

Classic Chicken with Wine and Grapes and a wintry-perfect Chicken and Fontina Casserole are served.

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5:30
pm

New Scandinavian Cooking

Winning Game

TVG | stereo

A Millefeuille of Venison Fillet, Venison Liver with Caramelized Tangerine and smoked Trout.

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6:00
pm

Taste This!

A Taste Of Italy Not So Far Away

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Chef Joseph making quick delightful salad combinations using delicious cheeses and cured meats.

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6:30
pm

Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen

Shell Games

TVG | stereo

Tequila marinated Oysters, Ginger-mint Buttered Lobster and a grilled Shrimp Cocktail are prepared.

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7:00
pm

Masterpiece Classic

Wallander, Series Ii: The Man Who Smiled

TVPG | DVI | CC | HDTV | stereo

An old friend tells Wallander that his father has been murdered, but there may be more to the case.

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8:30
pm

On Story

Heroes And Anti-Heroes: Loving The Villain

TVG | stereo

The voices behind "The Devil Wears Prada," and "Bridesmaids" discuss compelling characters.

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9:00
pm

BBC World News

#23319

TVRE | CC | HDTV | stereo

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9:30
pm

Tavis Smiley

#3035

TVRE | CC | stereo

Stanley Crouch, author of "Kansas City Lightning: The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker," appears.

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10:00
pm

Charlie Rose

#19235

TVRE | CC | HDTV | stereo

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11:00
pm

PBS NewsHour

#10800

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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