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September 2, 2017
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5:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Rapid City, Hour One"  This episode visits one of America's greatest treasures, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, to look at presidential prints. Some notable finds in Rapid City include a suite of furniture by Thomas Molesworth from the famous "Ranch A," and signed military documents of Elvis Presley, valued at $4,000-$5,500. Part 1 of 3G
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend  "Blockchain Revolution"  The 8-year-old digital currency, Bitcoin, has made headlines for its surge in value into the tens of billions of dollars and because it's how some people pay each other anonymously on the dark web. Bitcoin is one of nearly a thousand digital currencies, which are not controlled by any country, fluctuate in value, and are traded on online exchanges. But Bitcoin is just one of many examples of the underlying technology behind digital currencies called the blockchain. D
6:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "London: Mod and Trad"  Rick finds London quintessentially English, yet cosmopolitan. He checks out the new - the Millenium Bridge and the British Museum's Great Court - and admires the old - well-wrapped mummies and a rare Leonardo.G
7:00 pm 
The Lawrence Welk Show  "Songs from the Movies (1980)"  Some of your favorite songs and themes from movies are heard in this entertaining show. "Hooray for Hollywood" gets us underway, Anacani gives Carmen Miranda her due with "South America, Take It Away", Guy and Ralna sing the romantic "Somewhere My Love", while Ava Barber, with the help of Charlie Parlato will tickle your funny bone with "Tumbling Tumbleweeds." Jack Imel and the group close the program with "Singin' in the Rain", a fitting tribute to Gene Kelly. D
8:00 pm 
Still Open All Hours   It's Christmas at Arkwright's and Granville has his eye on a tree, which gives him more than he bargained for. Nurse Gladys gossips with Mrs Featherstone about tactics for her new job, and Eric and Cyril embark on a new fitness plan to impress their wives. Meanwhile, as Granville plans a cozy festive drinks party, can he and Gastric tempt Madge into the Christmas spirit?G
8:30 pm 
Are You Being Served?  "Closed Circuit"  The store enters the video age with advertisements displayed on a closed-circuit television system.G
9:00 pm 
As Time Goes By  "A Deeply Personal Problem"  As Judith and Sandy no longer have boyfriends, Jean enlists Lionel's support in her attempts to cheer them.G
9:30 pm 
The Red Green Show  "The Auto Club"  The men form an auto club to make money servicing other people's vehicles. Then, Red turns a car into a dump truck.G
10:00 pm 
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries  "Cocaine Blues"  The Honorable Miss Phryne Fisher disembarks the Orient at Victoria Dock, returning to Melbourne after years abroad. Almost as soon as she checks into the Windsor Hotel, Phryne is embroiled in mystery: poisoned husbands, cocaine smuggling rings and illegal abortionists - not to mention erotic encounters with the handsome Russian dancer, Sasha de Lisse. Her adventure reaches its steamy end in the Turkish Bath Palace off Little Lonsdale Street. D
11:00 pm 
Doctor Who: Tom Baker Movies  "The Armageddon Factor Part 1 of 2"  The final segment of the Key is traced to the planet Atrios, engaged in a long war with the neighbouring Zeos. The Marshal of Atrios intends a final strike to destroy the Zeons, but the Doctor and Romana discover that Zeos is deserted and the war is being co-ordinated by a computer called Mentalis, built by one of the Doctor's old Time Lord Academy friends, Drax. D
11:45 pm 
Doctor Who: Tom Baker Movies  "The Armageddon Factor Part 2 of 2"  The final segment of the Key is traced to the planet Atrios, engaged in a long war with the neighbouring Zeos. The Marshal of Atrios intends a final strike to destroy the Zeons, but the Doctor and Romana discover that Zeos is deserted and the war is being co-ordinated by a computer called Mentalis, built by one of the Doctor's old Time Lord Academy friends, Drax. D
5:00 pm 
Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railways  "War, Ore & Santa Claus (Scandinavia)"  Chris travels 1800 miles across Scandinavia and Finland in the middle of winter, braving deep snow, sub-zero temperatures and hardly any light. He's on a mission to find out how war, iron ore and a certain Lapland-living red suited gentlemen inspired the Scandinavians to build an extreme railway network that operates deep into the Arctic Circle 365 days a year. D
6:00 pm 
Live from the Artists Den  "Sturgill Simpson"  The Broad Street Ballroom, an architectural landmark in New York's Wall Street district, provided the perfect backdrop for a riveting performance by musical visionary Sturgill Simpson. A massive mural depicting the history of seafaring wraps around the entire room, echoing the central concept of Simpson's acclaimed new album A Sailor's Guide to Earth, which he played in full for an ecstatic crowd of 400 winners and invited guests. Backed by a powerful horn section, Sturgill reconfigured the arrangements for songs from his breakthrough album, Metamodern Sounds in Country Music, and even delivered an emotional version of the soul classic "You Don't Miss Your Water" to round out an unforgettable night. D
7:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Beck"  The genre-hopping singer/songwriter and alternative rock superstar plays songs from his album Morning Phase and some of his greatest hits.G
8:00 pm 
Great Performances at the Met  "La Traviata"  Hear Sonya Yoncheva sing the tragic courtesan Violetta in Verdi's classic, with Michael Fabiano as her ardent lover Alfredo and Thomas Hampson as his disapproving father Germont, in a revival of Willy Decker's staging conducted by Nicola Luisotti. D
10:30 pm 
Live from the Artists Den  "Sturgill Simpson"  The Broad Street Ballroom, an architectural landmark in New York's Wall Street district, provided the perfect backdrop for a riveting performance by musical visionary Sturgill Simpson. A massive mural depicting the history of seafaring wraps around the entire room, echoing the central concept of Simpson's acclaimed new album A Sailor's Guide to Earth, which he played in full for an ecstatic crowd of 400 winners and invited guests. Backed by a powerful horn section, Sturgill reconfigured the arrangements for songs from his breakthrough album, Metamodern Sounds in Country Music, and even delivered an emotional version of the soul classic "You Don't Miss Your Water" to round out an unforgettable night. D
11:30 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Beck"  The genre-hopping singer/songwriter and alternative rock superstar plays songs from his album Morning Phase and some of his greatest hits.G
5:00 pm 
Science Trek  "Blood"  Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guest scientists answer students' questions about blood.G
5:30 pm 
Roadtrip Nation  "Everything Is Design"  The trip ends in NYC as the team meets designer Tina Roth Eisenberg, who left her tiny village in Switzerland to find her people in New York. Last up, Helvetica director Gary Hustwit shares the philosophy that connects all design: moving things forward. Though the road-trippers' forward movement on the Green RV ends here, nothing about what they've learned on this journey is over. D
6:00 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Where There's Smoke"  Smoke is the soul of barbecue. In this episode, you'll learn how to smoke duck breasts (they're tricky), achieving crisp skin without overcooking the meat. Cherry salsa underscores duck's affinity for fruit. D
6:30 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Extreme Smoke"  In this "surf and turf" show, meet the lively Stephanie Munz, a Santa Barbara-based diver/marine biologist who brings ocean-fresh sea urchins for Steven to grill-topped with an egg and served with grilled bread. Local spiny lobster gets the caveman treatment-split and roasted in the shell directly on the embers. Meanwhile, luxurious Alaskan king crab gets grilled and served with garlicky absinthe butter. D
7:00 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Perfect Hog"  This show goes whole hog, with pork belly, chops, and pork loin. Up first, pastrami bacon-made by brine-curing pork belly, then rubbing it with a pepper-coriander pastrami rub and slow-smoking it over hardwood. An apple cider-based brine and a rum-spiked finishing glaze propel pork chops into the winner's circle. D
7:30 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "BBQ's Trinity"  This show celebrates the holy BBQ trinity of barbecue: pork ribs, brisket, and pulled pork. America's favorite ribs-baby backs-come spice-rubbed, slow-smoked over hardwood, and glazed with an unexpected ingredient: cherry syrup. Beef brisket and baked beans star in crispy grilled tostadas. D
8:00 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Mexican Smoke"  Its bright but complex flavors and affinity for smoke and fire have fueled the obsession with Mexican food and drink north of the border. Tomatoes, onions, and chiles are roasted directly in the coals to make an unforgettable salsa served with chive-grilled tortilla chips. Quesadillas conceal a perfectly cooked egg (if you do it right, the yolks remain runny) in a nest of bacon, beans, and cheese. D
8:30 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "South American Smoke"  This show highlights the conviviality of a South American cookout, which can last through the day and well into the night, with different courses served for hours on end. Add some dishes from this multi-cultural continent to your grilling repertoire. For years, North Americans have attempted to recreate the spicy spit-roasted pollo served in Peruvian enclaves like Washington, D.C. D
9:00 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Global Tailgate"  Victory will be yours! Start the party in the parking lot (or your backyard) with chicken legs, brined for maximum succulence, smoke-roasted over maple wood, then glazed with a fiery fusion of maple syrup and sriracha. One-fisted eating at its best. A quartet of grilled and smoked beans appears in a colorful side dish. D
9:30 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Project Smoke Road Trip"  Hitching post red oak grilled rib chop; Grilled whelk kebabs, with fresh herbs and olive oil; Steak and bean nachos. D
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Mexican Mole and Drunken Beans"  Host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Julia Collin Davison to learn how to make the best chicken mole poblano at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of Mexican lagers. Finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the ultimate drunken beans. D
10:30 pm 
Growing a Greener World  "In Susan's Garden: A Backyard Habitat in Harmony with Nature (Spokane, WA)"  In this episode, we follow Master Gardener Susan Mulvihill, an avid gardener, birder, and nature lover who has created a bountiful and beautiful habitat for all creatures. We'll learn some of Susan's best tips for creating a productive garden in harmony with nature. D
11:00 pm 
Chef John Besh's Family Table   Roasted Red Pepper Salad; Green Beans with Garlic; Crispy Seared Snapper with a Light Tomato Sauce. D
11:30 pm 
Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge  "Peru: Manu"  In the largest area of protected rainforest in the Amazon, Art encounters spectacular birds, animals and peoples of the Amazon - all struggling to survive.G
5:00 pm 
Focus On Europe   Poland's judicial independence hangs in the balance. Many judges there feel under threat. A 70-year old woman in Berlin says fighting against right-wing propaganda is an act of moral courage. D
5:30 pm 
Global 3000  "More and More People Are Living In Slums"  In the growing mega-cities of developing and emerging countries, almost 900 million people live now in slums. According to the UN, that number is set to triple by 2025. Especially in Asia and Africa, urbanization continues at a fast pace. D
6:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Fire Line"  Young men and women put their lives in danger to battle America's wildfires. Cameras go behind the fire line to explore the challenges facing these summer warriors.G
6:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Author Louisa Thomas: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Host Marcia Franklin interviews journalist Louisa Thomas about her book "Louisa: The Extraordinary Life of Mrs. Adams." It looks at the life and times of First Lady Louisa Catherine Adams, the wife of President John Quincy Adams and our first foreign-born First Lady. Thomas uses Adams' own letters and memoirs -- including some letters she discovered for the first time -- to draw an intimate portrait of a woman whom historians had previously overlooked. She found that although Adams was both extremely self-deprecating and ill much of her life, she also had great fortitude, traveling by herself in Europe during dangerous times. She also helped her husband greatly with his campaigns. The book looks at the complex relationship between Louisa and John Quincy -- and the friendship she developed with Abigail and John Adams, his parents. Thomas illuminates not only the life of this fascinating woman but also political life of America in the 1800s.G
7:00 pm 
108 Degrees: Critical Response   108 Degree: Critical Response addresses the dangers of heat illness in high school athletes. The program includes three young victims of heat-related ailments: Kendrick Fincher and Tyler Davenport, who died of heat stroke while practicing football in the summer months, and Will James, who received treatment and survived. Through personal testimonies from families who have been affected by exertional heat stroke and interviews with coaches, certified athletic trainers, kinesiologists and other medical professionals, 108 Degree: Critical Response looks at the seriousness of this condition and its underlying causes, as well as how to treat and prevent it from happening. D
8:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "Yellow Fever"  Yellow Fever follows young Navajo veteran, Tina Garnanez on her journey to investigate the history of the Navajo Uranium Boom, its lasting impacts in her area and the potential new mining in her region. She begins as a curious family member and becomes an advocate, lobbyist, activist and vocal proponent for transparency and environmental justice. D
9:00 pm 
Not Without Us   Not Without Us follows seven grassroots activists from around the world to the 21st U.N. Climate Talks in Paris. The effects of climate change on their lives reveal what's at stake if a strong agreement to limit carbon emissions is not reached. D
10:00 pm 
Bell Ringer: The Invisible Brain Injury   This film dives into the complexities of the injured brain, examining what occurs in the brain during a concussion, how researchers are studying physical impact and neurological injuries, and the safe protocols for returning to play. It looks at the complexities of the injured brain, examining what occurs in the brain during a concussion, how researchers are studying physical impact and neurological injuries, and the safe protocols for returning to play.G
11:00 pm 
108 Degrees: Critical Response   108 Degree: Critical Response addresses the dangers of heat illness in high school athletes. The program includes three young victims of heat-related ailments: Kendrick Fincher and Tyler Davenport, who died of heat stroke while practicing football in the summer months, and Will James, who received treatment and survived. Through personal testimonies from families who have been affected by exertional heat stroke and interviews with coaches, certified athletic trainers, kinesiologists and other medical professionals, 108 Degree: Critical Response looks at the seriousness of this condition and its underlying causes, as well as how to treat and prevent it from happening. D

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