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NOTE: When the Idaho Legislature is in session, programming on the Learn/Create and World channels may be pre-empted for live coverage from the House and Senate floors.

11:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "Nailed It"  Visit any strip mall in the United States, and there's bound to be a Vietnamese nail salon. While ubiquitous in cities across the country, few Americans know the history behind the salons and the 20 Vietnamese refugee women, who in 1975, sparked a multibillion dollar industry that supports their community to this day. NAILED it captures an unforgettable and often hilarious saga born of tragedy, charting the rise, struggle, stereotypes, and steady hold Vietnamese Americans have on today's multiethnic $8 billion dollar nail economy. D
12:01 am 
POV  "Still Tomorrow"  A village woman without a high school diploma has become China's most famous poet. Meet the breakout writer Yu Xiuhua, a woman with cerebral palsy, poignantly weaving her personal story with that of an ascendant, urbanizing China.G
1:00 am 
Off The Menu: Asian America   There is a wealth of stories, traditions and unexpected characters that nourish this nation of immigrants. This film visits kitchens, factories, temples and farms of Asian Pacific Americans to explore how the bond with food reflects an evolving community.G
2:00 am 
Pacific Heartbeat  "Leitis In Waiting"  Leitis in Waiting tells the story of Tonga's evolving approach to gender fluidity through a character-driven portrait of the most prominent leiti (transgender) in the Kingdom, Joey Mataele, a devout Catholic of royal descent. Over the course of an eventful year, Joey organizes a beauty pageant, mentors a young leiti who is rejected by her family, and attempts to work with fundamentalist Christians regarding Tonga's anti-sodomy and cross-dressing laws. Her story reveals what it means to be different in a deeply religious and conservative society, and what it takes to be accepted without giving up who you are. D
3:00 am 
On Story  "Writing in the Past"  Writing a story that takes place in a different era comes with a set of challenges. In this episode, Westworld writers and producers Bridget Carpenter and Carly Wray discuss the value of research, what to do when your story conflicts with authenticity, and tips on crafting a world that thoughtfully mirrors the past. D
3:30 am 
4:00 am 
Washington Week   NULL
4:30 am 
Open Mind  "The Race to Cure Cancer"  Guest: Charles Graeber. Science journalist Charles Graeber discusses his new book "The Breakthrough: Immunotherapy and the Race to Cure Cancer.". D
5:00 am 
DW Focus On Europe   Death Metal against populism in Poland. Spain's Galgos, or Spanish greyhounds, are often abandoned once the hunting season ends. D
5:30 am 
DW Global 3000   Two decades ago there were no Southern White rhinoceros left in Uganda. Then the Rhino Fund sanctuary imported six and started a breeding program. Now there are 24. D
6:00 am 
America ReFramed  "Nailed It"  Visit any strip mall in the United States, and there's bound to be a Vietnamese nail salon. While ubiquitous in cities across the country, few Americans know the history behind the salons and the 20 Vietnamese refugee women, who in 1975, sparked a multibillion dollar industry that supports their community to this day. NAILED it captures an unforgettable and often hilarious saga born of tragedy, charting the rise, struggle, stereotypes, and steady hold Vietnamese Americans have on today's multiethnic $8 billion dollar nail economy. D
7:01 am 
POV  "Still Tomorrow"  A village woman without a high school diploma has become China's most famous poet. Meet the breakout writer Yu Xiuhua, a woman with cerebral palsy, poignantly weaving her personal story with that of an ascendant, urbanizing China.G
8:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Horses"  Outdoor Idaho profiles the West's love affair with the horse. Viewerswill learn a few tricks from a seasoned cowboy; and will witness the actual birth of a filly destined to run; go behind the scenes at the largest race track in the intermountain west; discover how Appaloosas are helping the Nez Perce Indians recover their traditions: and learn the rags-to-riches story of the famous Mustang Lady. D
8:30 am 
Dialogue  "Author Tim O'Brien"  Host Marcia Franklin visits with O'Brien, whose novel about a soldier gone AWOL in Vietnam, Going After Cacciato, won the National Book Award for Fiction in 1979. O'Brien was in Boise as the keynote speaker for the Idaho Humanities Council's Distinguished Humanities Lecture.G
9:00 am 
Articulate with Jim Cotter  "The Wildest Dreamers"  NULL
9:30 am 
Colorado Experience  "Amusement Parks"  Join us on a wild ride as we discover some of Colorado's oldest amusement parks. Elitch Gardens, Denver's most popular park, opened in 1890 and operated as Denver's first botanic garden, zoo, and motion picture theater. Across town, Lakeside Amusement Park wowed with its Art Deco decor. D
10:00 am 
America's Heartland   Visit a working dog training school in Nebraska where dogs learn how to handle sheep and cattle roundups. A Texas program takes feral cats and provides them to farmers and ranchers to help battle rodent problems. U.S. D
10:30 am 
Start Up  "Meshuggah Bagels / Kansas City, Mo"  Unable to find a real New York style bagel in Kansas City, husband and wife Janna and Pete Linde would lug suitcases full bagels from the east coast back to Missouri for years. After working for corporations for most of their lives, they quit their jobs and decided to turn their love of bagels into a business. Today, Meshuggah Bagels has four locations and uses age-old Kosher methods to make traditional New York bagels for the people of the Kansas City. D
11:00 am 
11:30 am 
Firing Line with Margaret Hoover   Guest: Rob Reiner, director, actor and activist. Director, actor and activist Rob Reiner explains why he is using his voice to call out President Trump on social media, reflects on the continued divisions in the country that his character on All in the Family helped to illustrate, and talks about which Democratic candidate he believes has the best shot of winning back the White House in 2020. D
12:00 pm 
Open Mind  "The Race to Cure Cancer"  Guest: Charles Graeber. Science journalist Charles Graeber discusses his new book "The Breakthrough: Immunotherapy and the Race to Cure Cancer.". D
12:30 pm 
DW Focus On Europe   Death Metal against populism in Poland. Spain's Galgos, or Spanish greyhounds, are often abandoned once the hunting season ends. D
1:00 pm 
DW Global 3000   Two decades ago there were no Southern White rhinoceros left in Uganda. Then the Rhino Fund sanctuary imported six and started a breeding program. Now there are 24. D
1:30 pm 
On Story  "Writing in the Past"  Writing a story that takes place in a different era comes with a set of challenges. In this episode, Westworld writers and producers Bridget Carpenter and Carly Wray discuss the value of research, what to do when your story conflicts with authenticity, and tips on crafting a world that thoughtfully mirrors the past. D
2:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "Nailed It"  Visit any strip mall in the United States, and there's bound to be a Vietnamese nail salon. While ubiquitous in cities across the country, few Americans know the history behind the salons and the 20 Vietnamese refugee women, who in 1975, sparked a multibillion dollar industry that supports their community to this day. NAILED it captures an unforgettable and often hilarious saga born of tragedy, charting the rise, struggle, stereotypes, and steady hold Vietnamese Americans have on today's multiethnic $8 billion dollar nail economy. D
3:01 pm 
POV  "Still Tomorrow"  A village woman without a high school diploma has become China's most famous poet. Meet the breakout writer Yu Xiuhua, a woman with cerebral palsy, poignantly weaving her personal story with that of an ascendant, urbanizing China.G
4:00 pm 
India - Nature's Wonderland  "2 of 2"  Continue exploring India and meet a man who spent 30 years planting his own rainforest. On the way, encounter demoiselle cranes, tahr goats, one-horned rhinos, the tiny pika and lion-tailed macaques. Witness the mass hatching of olive ridley turtles. D
5:00 pm 
Nature  "Moose: Life of a Twig Eater"  High up in the Canadian Rockies, by a crystal-clear lake rimmed with old-growth forest, a moose is born. In the best of times, the odds are stacked against this leggy 35-pounder surviving its first year. Filmed over 13 months in the spectacular wilds of Jasper National Park, NATURE takes viewers deep inside the world of moose to experience a mother's love and a calf's first year of life up close and personal.G
6:00 pm 
Reel South  "Santuario"  After 25 years of living in the United States, Guatemalan grandmother Juana Ortega is threatened with deportation and soon takes sanctuary in a small North Carolina church. As time passes, and state lawmakers continue to ignore the family's pleas for a stay on her deportation, Juana's spirits slowly sink. And yet, Juana is patient that in God's house, God will answer her prayers. D
6:30 pm 
Reel South  "Lumpkin, GA"  In a fading Georgia town, a community recalls its dark past and faces a grim present. An undocumented immigrant, caught in legal limbo and facing deportation, contemplates his future. In the midst of it all, a massive, private immigration prison generates millions in profits. D
7:00 pm 
Doc World  "One Child"  The 2008 Sichuan earthquake, China's deadliest disaster in three decades, killed 90,000 people, including more than 5,000 children. Losing a child is an immeasurable tragedy for parents anywhere, but in China the effect is compounded by the one-child policy. This means that if you lose your child, you're often losing your one and only child - and with it the totality of your life's emotional investment. D
8:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Horses"  Outdoor Idaho profiles the West's love affair with the horse. Viewerswill learn a few tricks from a seasoned cowboy; and will witness the actual birth of a filly destined to run; go behind the scenes at the largest race track in the intermountain west; discover how Appaloosas are helping the Nez Perce Indians recover their traditions: and learn the rags-to-riches story of the famous Mustang Lady. D
8:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Author Tim O'Brien"  Host Marcia Franklin visits with O'Brien, whose novel about a soldier gone AWOL in Vietnam, Going After Cacciato, won the National Book Award for Fiction in 1979. O'Brien was in Boise as the keynote speaker for the Idaho Humanities Council's Distinguished Humanities Lecture.G
9:00 pm 
Nature  "Moose: Life of a Twig Eater"  High up in the Canadian Rockies, by a crystal-clear lake rimmed with old-growth forest, a moose is born. In the best of times, the odds are stacked against this leggy 35-pounder surviving its first year. Filmed over 13 months in the spectacular wilds of Jasper National Park, NATURE takes viewers deep inside the world of moose to experience a mother's love and a calf's first year of life up close and personal.G
10:00 pm 
Reel South  "Santuario"  After 25 years of living in the United States, Guatemalan grandmother Juana Ortega is threatened with deportation and soon takes sanctuary in a small North Carolina church. As time passes, and state lawmakers continue to ignore the family's pleas for a stay on her deportation, Juana's spirits slowly sink. And yet, Juana is patient that in God's house, God will answer her prayers. D
10:30 pm 
Reel South  "Lumpkin, GA"  In a fading Georgia town, a community recalls its dark past and faces a grim present. An undocumented immigrant, caught in legal limbo and facing deportation, contemplates his future. In the midst of it all, a massive, private immigration prison generates millions in profits. D
11:00 pm 
Doc World  "One Child"  The 2008 Sichuan earthquake, China's deadliest disaster in three decades, killed 90,000 people, including more than 5,000 children. Losing a child is an immeasurable tragedy for parents anywhere, but in China the effect is compounded by the one-child policy. This means that if you lose your child, you're often losing your one and only child - and with it the totality of your life's emotional investment. D

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NOTE: When the Idaho Legislature is in session, programming on the Learn/Create and World channels may be pre-empted for live coverage from the House and Senate floors.

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