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5:00 pm 
Kimono Revolution   In KIMONO REVOLUTION, Yoshimasa Takakura, a kimono shop owner from Fukuoka Prefecture, launches an unprecedented project: to produce elaborate kimonos representing each of the 206 nations recognized by the International Olympic Committee. Takakura's goal is to see all the country placard bearers at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics dressed in their special kimono at the opening ceremony. Across Japan, kimono sales are down, interest in the cultural tradition has waned, and the weavers, artists and textile experts who guard this traditional craft have dwindled. D
6:00 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
6:30 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
7:00 pm 
Cuba's Secret Side  "The Truth Revealed"  Adventure filmmaker and author Karin Muller hitchhiked around Cuba to meet the people living throughout the island on a person-to-person basis. Muller spends time with Adolpho, a tobacco farmer who had open-heart surgery a decade ago and still tends his fields, and Marco, who walks for miles each day, his operatic voice enticing villagers to buy his cilantro and hot peppers. Part 2 of 2G
8:00 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
9:01 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
10:00 pm 
The Story of China  "Golden Age/The Ming"  See the stunning achievements of two of China's most brilliant dynasties: the Song, creators of a Chinese Renaissance, and the Ming, builders of the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. 2 of 3G

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