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12:00 AM

Reel South: Muni

Episode
Reel South
Length: 26 Minutes

A jovial love letter to the game of golf, told by the Black golfers who, despite segregation and racist systems, built a vibrant culture and lasting community on a municipal golf course in Asheville, North Carolina. Narrated by popular singer and golfer Darius Rucker. Directed by Paul Bonesteel

12:30 AM

Reel South: Flat Town

Episode
Reel South
Length: 26 Minutes

A small Cajun town in rural Louisiana holds an annual exhibition football game between the majority-Black public school and majority-White private school, called the Tee Cotton Bowl. This meditative small town portrait examines the effects of racial segregation, and a range of perspectives on the game.

1:00 AM

Eyes on the Prize: Power! 1966-1968

Episode
Eyes on the Prize
Length: 56 Minutes

The call for Black Power takes various forms across communities in Black America. In Cleveland, Carl Stokes wins as the first Black mayor of a major American city. The Black Panther Party, armed with books, programs, and guns, is born in Oakland. Substandard teaching practices prompt parents to gain control of a school district but lead them to a showdown with New York City's teachers' union.

2:00 AM

Eyes on the Prize: The Promised Land 1967-1968

Episode
Eyes on the Prize
Length: 56 Minutes

Martin Luther King, Jr. stakes out new ground for himself and the fragmenting Civil Rights Movement. King opposes the war in Vietnam. His SCLC embarks on the Poor People's Campaign. In the midst of organizing, King detours to support striking sanitation workers in Memphis, where he is assassinated. His death and the failure of his final campaign mark the end of a major stream of the movement.

3:00 AM

Finding Your Roots: On Broadway

Length: 56 Minutes

4:00 AM

Reluctant Radical

Length: 56 Minutes

5:00 AM

History with David Rubenstein: Cokie Roberts

Length: 26 Minutes

5:30 AM

History with David Rubenstein: Michael Beschloss

Length: 26 Minutes

6:00 AM

BBC World News

Length: 27 Minutes

6:30 AM

Overheard with Evan Smith: Walter Mosley, Author

Length: 26 Minutes

7:00 AM

DW Global 3000

Length: 26 Minutes

7:30 AM

DW Focus On Europe

Length: 26 Minutes

8:00 AM

Reel South: Muni

Episode
Reel South
Length: 26 Minutes

A jovial love letter to the game of golf, told by the Black golfers who, despite segregation and racist systems, built a vibrant culture and lasting community on a municipal golf course in Asheville, North Carolina. Narrated by popular singer and golfer Darius Rucker. Directed by Paul Bonesteel

8:30 AM

Reel South: Flat Town

Episode
Reel South
Length: 26 Minutes

A small Cajun town in rural Louisiana holds an annual exhibition football game between the majority-Black public school and majority-White private school, called the Tee Cotton Bowl. This meditative small town portrait examines the effects of racial segregation, and a range of perspectives on the game.

9:00 AM

Eyes on the Prize: Power! 1966-1968

Episode
Eyes on the Prize
Length: 56 Minutes

The call for Black Power takes various forms across communities in Black America. In Cleveland, Carl Stokes wins as the first Black mayor of a major American city. The Black Panther Party, armed with books, programs, and guns, is born in Oakland. Substandard teaching practices prompt parents to gain control of a school district but lead them to a showdown with New York City's teachers' union.

10:00 AM

Eyes on the Prize: The Promised Land 1967-1968

Episode
Eyes on the Prize
Length: 56 Minutes

Martin Luther King, Jr. stakes out new ground for himself and the fragmenting Civil Rights Movement. King opposes the war in Vietnam. His SCLC embarks on the Poor People's Campaign. In the midst of organizing, King detours to support striking sanitation workers in Memphis, where he is assassinated. His death and the failure of his final campaign mark the end of a major stream of the movement.

11:00 AM

Finding Your Roots: On Broadway

Length: 56 Minutes

12:00 PM

SciGirls: Workin' It Out

Length: 28 Minutes

12:30 PM

POV Shorts: Earthrise

Length: 26 Minutes

1:00 PM

Nova Wonders: Can We Make Life?

Length: 56 Minutes

2:00 PM

Life from Above: Moving Planet

Length: 55 Minutes

3:00 PM

Eyes on the Prize: Power! 1966-1968

Episode
Eyes on the Prize
Length: 56 Minutes

The call for Black Power takes various forms across communities in Black America. In Cleveland, Carl Stokes wins as the first Black mayor of a major American city. The Black Panther Party, armed with books, programs, and guns, is born in Oakland. Substandard teaching practices prompt parents to gain control of a school district but lead them to a showdown with New York City's teachers' union.

4:00 PM

Eyes on the Prize: The Promised Land 1967-1968

Episode
Eyes on the Prize
Length: 56 Minutes

Martin Luther King, Jr. stakes out new ground for himself and the fragmenting Civil Rights Movement. King opposes the war in Vietnam. His SCLC embarks on the Poor People's Campaign. In the midst of organizing, King detours to support striking sanitation workers in Memphis, where he is assassinated. His death and the failure of his final campaign mark the end of a major stream of the movement.

5:00 PM

DW News

Length: 28 Minutes

5:30 PM

BBC World News America

Length: 26 Minutes

6:00 PM

France 24

Length: 28 Minutes

6:30 PM

NHK Newsline

Length: 28 Minutes

7:00 PM

Connected: A Search for Unity: The Sea

Length: 56 Minutes

8:00 PM

AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange: Bakoso: Afrobeats of Cuba

Episode
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange
Length: 55 Minutes

What does “Está Rico” by Marc Anthony, Will Smith & Bad Bunny have in common with “Made For Now” by Janet Jackson x Daddy Yankee? They both high-jacked AfroBeats and did not give the genre’s origin props. Bakosó is a film that does the opposite, following DJ Jigüe to his hometown of Santiago de Cuba to find inspiration from the new sounds.

9:00 PM

Local, USA: Ku Kanaka: Stand Tall

Episode
Local, USA
Length: 28 Minutes

At 15-years-old, Terry Kanalu Young took a dive into shallow waters, becoming a quadriplegic in a split second. Nonetheless he learned to value the life he lived rather than mourn the life he lost, using that insight to offer hope to those dispossessed. At the end of his life, Kanalu was able to inspire Native Hawaiians to reclaim their sense of worth.

9:30 PM

Stories from the Stage: Can't Pick Your Family

Episode
Stories from the Stage
Length: 26 Minutes

Recalling the moments that redefine the meaning of family. Alison is reunited with her distant dad after his Alzheimer’s diagnosis; Rose is left homeless when her father gambles away the family home; and Tae learns about acceptance & love while choosing a musical instrument. Three storytellers, three interpretations of YOU CAN'T PICK YOUR FAMILY, hosted by Wes Hazard.

10:00 PM

PBS NewsHour

Length: 56 Minutes

11:00 PM

DW The Day

Length: 26 Minutes

11:30 PM

BBC World News

Length: 27 Minutes