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12:00 AM

Nature: The Serengeti Rules

Length: 56 Minutes

1:00 AM

In Their Own Words: Pope Francis

Length: 56 Minutes

2:00 AM

The Latino Experience: Episode Three

Length: 56 Minutes

3:00 AM

Fake: Searching for Truth in the Age of Misinformation

Length: 56 Minutes

4:00 AM

Icon: Music Through The Lens: On The Road

Length: 56 Minutes

5:00 AM

Bird: Not Out of Nowhere

Length: 57 Minutes

6:00 AM

BBC World News

Length: 27 Minutes

6:30 AM

Overheard with Evan Smith: Terrence McNally, Broadway Playwright

Length: 26 Minutes

7:00 AM

Newsroom Tokyo

Length: 40 Minutes

7:40 AM

Direct Talk

Length: 15 Minutes

8:00 AM

Nature: The Serengeti Rules

Length: 56 Minutes

9:00 AM

In Their Own Words: Pope Francis

Length: 56 Minutes

10:00 AM

The Latino Experience: Episode Three

Length: 56 Minutes

11:00 AM

Fake: Searching for Truth in the Age of Misinformation

Length: 56 Minutes

12:00 PM

Ancient Skies: Gods and Monsters

Length: 55 Minutes

1:00 PM

Ancient Skies: Finding The Center

Length: 55 Minutes

2:00 PM

Ancient Skies: Our Place in the Universe

Length: 54 Minutes

3:00 PM

Eyes on the Prize: The Time Has Come 1964-1966

Episode
Eyes on the Prize
Length: 56 Minutes

After a decade-long cry for justice, a new sound is heard in the Civil Rights Movement: the call for power. Malcolm X takes an eloquent nationalism to urban streets as a younger generation of Black leaders listens. In the South, Stokely Carmichael and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee move from "Freedom Now!" to "Black Power!" as the fabric of the traditional movement changes.

4:00 PM

Eyes on the Prize: Two Societies 1965-1968

Episode
Eyes on the Prize
Length: 56 Minutes

Martin Luther King, Jr. and the SCLC come north to help Chicago's civil rights leaders in their nonviolent struggle against segregated housing. In Detroit, a police raid in a Black neighborhood sparks an uprising, leaving 43 people dead. The Kerner Commission finds that America is becoming "two societies, one black, one white, separate and unequal" - President Lyndon Johnson ignores the report.

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

Hearts of Glass

Length: 56 Minutes

8:00 PM

Get Busy Living

Length: 59 Minutes

9:00 PM

The Good Road: Alabama Village, Alabama: Light of the Village

Length: 26 Minutes

9:30 PM

Stories from the Stage: For The Win

Episode
Stories from the Stage
Length: 26 Minutes

When it comes to sports, first place isn’t always the best place. Rae Marie is pushed to overcome her fear of diving but jumping into her own mind is better; in the middle of an emergency, Bernard heads to the World Series of Poker; and Adam dreams of winning a trophy like his mom but it's more difficult than it looks. Three storytellers, three interpretations of FOR THE WIN, 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