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December 22, 2012
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2:00 am 
Walking Into The Unknown   The Emmy-nominated documentary WALKING INTO THE UNKNOWN traces the intimate journey of an American Indian physician and national health columnist as he navigates the health care system and gains a deeper understanding of himself and his health risks. Dr. Arne Vainio works on the Fond du Lac (Ojibwe) Reservation in northern Minnesota, where his Native patients face grim health statistics. His impending 50th birthday - coupled with his frustration with middle-aged Native men who avoid health screenings - prompts a revelation: he needs to heed his own advice. D

3:00 am 
After Newtown   After the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, PBS continues to analyze and illuminate the issues of access to guns and the politics of gun laws, mental illness in young adults, the science of detecting violent impulses and how communities react to unspeakable tragedy and begin to heal. The special brings together the resources of the PBS NEWSHOUR, FRONTLINE, WASHINGTON WEEK, NEED TO KNOW and NOVA. Gwen Ifill anchors the broadcast, which will include studio interviews and insightful discussion with regular contributors to WASHINGTON WEEK. D

4:00 am 

4:30 am 
Asian Voices  "Decision Time for Japan Part 1: Ftas"  NULL

5:00 am 

5:30 am 

6:00 am 
Paris The Luminous Years   In the years 1905-1930, Paris is a magnet for international talent intent on overturning tradition in the arts of the West and defining modernism. Archival footage of Joan Miro, Marc Chagall, Igor Stravinsky, Aaron Copeland, Sylvia Beach and Marcel Duchamp reveals why the avant-garde art world chose Paris, augmented by letters, memoirs and recollections of witnesses. Intrepid art deals, young publishers at independent presses, and a visionary impresario at the Ballets Russes helped bring new art, literature and music to the public.G

8:00 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Global Opportunities"  Guests: Rupal Bhansali, Chief Investment Officer, International Equities, Ariel Investments; David Rolley, Vice President, Global Fixed Income Group, Loomis Sayles & Company. Bonds are expensive and investors are fleeing stocks, so where should you invest? This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack features global bond manager David Rolley from Loomis Sayles and global stock investor Rupal Bhansali from Ariel Investments, who discuss where they are finding the best investment opportunities. D

8:30 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Look Back at 2012 - The annual look back at the top religion stories of the past year, including religion's role in the presidential election, faith-based divisions over economic policy, the rising number of people with no religious affiliation, and ongoing turmoil in the Middle East. Host Bob Abernethy, R&E Managing Editor Kim Lawton, Washington Post columnist EJ Dionne and Religion News Service Editor-in-Chief Kevin Eckstrom analyze the trends and events that made news in 2012. D

9:00 am 
Independent Lens  "Lives Worth Living"  Fred Fay's life proves that one man can change the world, even though he has to lie flat on his back just to stay alive. This film looks at Fay's struggle to survive after a spinal cord injury and the small group of dedicated activists who formed the Disability Rights Movement to drive the nation toward equal rights for the physically challenged.G

10:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Working for Wildlife"  Professionals and volunteers are in forests and fields - even cities - throughout Idaho working to increase knowledge about wildlife and its chances for survival. Cameras capture "deer tackling" in eastern Idaho; follow scientists and volunteers through deep snows to radio collar the seldom-seen elusive wolverine; and visit a woman raising orphan bears in her backyard in Garden City, adjacent to Boise.G

10:30 am 
Dialogue  "Coming to My Senses"  Idaho native Alyssa Harad tells how she became obsessed with perfume and its powers and wrote her book Coming to My Senses. Now a resident of Texas, she and host Marcia Franklin discuss what she learned and experienced while learning and experimenting with perfume.G

11:00 am 
After Newtown   After the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, PBS continues to analyze and illuminate the issues of access to guns and the politics of gun laws, mental illness in young adults, the science of detecting violent impulses and how communities react to unspeakable tragedy and begin to heal. The special brings together the resources of the PBS NEWSHOUR, FRONTLINE, WASHINGTON WEEK, NEED TO KNOW and NOVA. Gwen Ifill anchors the broadcast, which will include studio interviews and insightful discussion with regular contributors to WASHINGTON WEEK. D

12:00 pm 
Paris The Luminous Years   In the years 1905-1930, Paris is a magnet for international talent intent on overturning tradition in the arts of the West and defining modernism. Archival footage of Joan Miro, Marc Chagall, Igor Stravinsky, Aaron Copeland, Sylvia Beach and Marcel Duchamp reveals why the avant-garde art world chose Paris, augmented by letters, memoirs and recollections of witnesses. Intrepid art deals, young publishers at independent presses, and a visionary impresario at the Ballets Russes helped bring new art, literature and music to the public.G

2:00 pm 

2:30 pm 
Asian Voices  "Decision Time for Japan Part 1: Ftas"  NULL

3:00 pm 
European Journal  "Spain Says Adios to the Siesta"  Adios to the Siesta: The Spanish tradition of taking a siesta goes back centuries - but now the lengthy post-lunch break is being questioned in the crisis-hit country. The idea now is for staff to work a full afternoon to generate more money for the economy. Industry is eager to cut down on longer, unproductive working hours. D

3:30 pm 
Linkasia   NULL

4:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "What We Can Learn from Lincoln"  One reason so many people are disillusioned by the state of things in America -- even more so after the terror in Newtown -- is that our political system hasn't produced consistently good results in a long time. We've forgotten that democracy is supposed to be about addressing our problems through a political system that encourages bargaining, compromise, and progress. Except for taking us to war, showering largesse on the privileged and powerful, and courting donors instead of representing voters, Washington politics promotes gridlock, paralysis, and stalemate. D

5:00 pm 
After Newtown   After the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, PBS continues to analyze and illuminate the issues of access to guns and the politics of gun laws, mental illness in young adults, the science of detecting violent impulses and how communities react to unspeakable tragedy and begin to heal. The special brings together the resources of the PBS NEWSHOUR, FRONTLINE, WASHINGTON WEEK, NEED TO KNOW and NOVA. Gwen Ifill anchors the broadcast, which will include studio interviews and insightful discussion with regular contributors to WASHINGTON WEEK. D

6:00 pm 
What Next After Newtown: What Our Country and Communities Can Do   In light of the recent events in Newtown, this special provides an in-depth analysis of related issues, including accessibility of weapons, violence in the media, public policy, mental issues, and school security, and features a variety of perspectives in an effort to spark a nationwide conversation about long-term solutions. Co-anchored by Need to Know co-hosts Jeff Greenfield and Maria Hinojosa, and Nightly Business Report co-anchor Susie Gharib, among other prominent newscasters. D

9:00 pm 
In Our Own Voice   A documentary that explores the lives of those with serious and persistent mental illness, as well as the effect those illnesses have on family members and service providers. Hear more from participants about what it is like to live with a mental illness.G

10:00 pm 
Linkasia   NULL

10:30 pm 

11:00 pm 
What Next After Newtown: What Our Country and Communities Can Do   In light of the recent events in Newtown, this special provides an in-depth analysis of related issues, including accessibility of weapons, violence in the media, public policy, mental issues, and school security, and features a variety of perspectives in an effort to spark a nationwide conversation about long-term solutions. Co-anchored by Need to Know co-hosts Jeff Greenfield and Maria Hinojosa, and Nightly Business Report co-anchor Susie Gharib, among other prominent newscasters. D

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Saturday
December 22, 2012
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