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6:00 pm 
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6:30 pm 
Rudy and Neal Go Fishing   Angler Neal Stark helps veterans by taking them out fishing in South Florida's beautiful waters. Neal's calm demeanor and supportive approach enable Rudy Watt, a U.S. Army veteran suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, to spend a relaxing day out on a boat and enjoy time with his companion. A tournament fisherman with an unusual professional background, Neal is clear about the fact he is not a therapist. Rather, he's someone who appreciates what our veterans have done, and feels he can help them escape, if not overcome, their anxiety and other symptoms related to PTSD.G
7:00 pm 
Requiem for My Mother   The documentary chronicles the creation of the original choral and orchestral composition of the same name, and the journey to its premiere at a prestigious musical festival in Vatican City. Composer Stephen Edwards wrote "Requiem" to commemorate his mother Rosalie's influence on him - both personally and professionally - from his first music lessons as a child to his career as a professional film score composer. The documentary profiles Edwards' creative process, the behind-the-scenes work of conductor Candace Wicke, the plentiful choral and orchestral rehearsals and the recording studio experience, and includes reflections by musicians and members of the Edwards family.G
8:00 pm 
Slovakia: Treasures in the Heart of Europe   Centrally located in Europe, Slovakia was obscured for centuries within the Austro-Hungarian Empire and later by the establishment of Czechoslovakia, and has remained relatively unknown to much of the world. Host Pat Uskert and Slovak guide Mila Kissova explore the country's history, culture and breathtaking landscapes, and spotlight the many castles and medieval towns - from the capital city of Bratislava, located on the Danube, to the rugged peaks of the High Tatra Mountains.G
9:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Desert Chronicles"  In the vast landscape of sage brush and weathered rhyolite, there is adventure and controversy, from whitewater rivers and natural landmarks to grazing lands and bombing range proposals.G
9:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Author Yiyun Li: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Award-winning Chinese-American author Yiyun Li talks with host Marcia Franklin about her life and works, the most recent of which is Kinder Than Solitude. Li, who only came to the U.S. in 1996, was originally studying to be an epidemiologist, but fell in love with creative writing.G
10:00 pm 
Nature  "Natural Born Rebels: The Mating Game"  Getting ahead in the mating game requires some astonishing behavior-from promiscuous prairie dogs, to backstabbing manakins, kidnapping macaques, and hyenas with a bad case of sibling rivalry. D
11:00 pm 
Requiem for My Mother   The documentary chronicles the creation of the original choral and orchestral composition of the same name, and the journey to its premiere at a prestigious musical festival in Vatican City. Composer Stephen Edwards wrote "Requiem" to commemorate his mother Rosalie's influence on him - both personally and professionally - from his first music lessons as a child to his career as a professional film score composer. The documentary profiles Edwards' creative process, the behind-the-scenes work of conductor Candace Wicke, the plentiful choral and orchestral rehearsals and the recording studio experience, and includes reflections by musicians and members of the Edwards family.G
11:57 pm 
Doc World  "The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World/Japan: A Story of Love and Hate"  The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World - With 5,000 tables and a staff of 1,000, West Lake Restaurant in the capital city of Changsha can safely call itself "the biggest Chinese restaurant in the world." West Lake, a microcosm of modern China, reveals stories showing that not every individual benefits from China's economic boom. Japan: A Story of Love and Hate - In Japan's bubble economy days, Naoki had it all: a successful business, multiple luxury cars, and a six-bedroom house. D

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May 13, 2018
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