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December 29, 2011
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2:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   Sonny Rollins (jazz artist). D

3:00 am 
Global Voices  "A Lion's Trail"  In the 1920s, Zulu singer Solomon Linda composed "Mbube," a hit melody in his native South Africa. Decades later, it skyrocketed to the top of the international pop charts as "The Lion Sleeps Tonight." This program follows the beloved song's rocky history, from South Africa to Brooklyn and back, asking why Linda died penniless - while American artists made millions from his music. D

4:00 am 
Global Voices  "Belarusian Waltz"  Belarus has been called "Europe's last dictatorship." Since 1994, Alexander Lukashenko has ruled the ex-Soviet republic with a despotic hand, jailing the opposition, shutting down the press, and refusing to investigate the assassinations of dissidents. He has virtually silenced his critics - but not one lone performance artist who stages public stunts mocking the dictator's pretensions. D

5:00 am 

5:30 am 
Second Opinion  "Art of Diagnosis"  Imagine having a condition that cannot be diagnosed for months or years. How do doctors find the answer to an elusive disease, and what role does the patient play in finding the cause?. D

6:00 am 
NOVA  "Extreme Ice"  In collaboration with National Geographic, NOVA follows the exploits of photojournalist James Balog and a scientific team as they deploy time-lapse cameras to create a photo archive of melting glaciers. They grapple with blizzards, fickle technology and perilous climbs to anchor cameras that must withstand extreme cold and high winds.G

7:00 am 
NOVA  "Secrets Beneath The Ice"  Scientists drill deep beneath the Antarctic ice, down through the sea and three-fourths of a mile into the seafloor, to recover rock cores that reveal details of climate and fauna from a time in the distant past when the Earth was just a few degrees warmer than it is today. They look for clues to indicate what may happen to the warming planet.G

8:00 am 
Survival: Lives in the Balance  "Fit for Life (Bangladesh)"  The episode chronicles two births. One mother has her baby at home in rural Bangladesh with a traditional midwife with no medical training. Another young woman gives birth in a clinic with the aid of medical professionals and has been coached through her pregnancy by a health specialist. Part 4 of 4G

9:00 am 
Democracy Now!   NULL

10:00 am 
Tavis Smiley   Gloria Estefan (singer/songwriter). D

10:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   Sonny Rollins (jazz artist). D

11:00 am 

11:30 am 
Second Opinion  "Art of Diagnosis"  Imagine having a condition that cannot be diagnosed for months or years. How do doctors find the answer to an elusive disease, and what role does the patient play in finding the cause?. D

12:00 pm 
NOVA  "Extreme Ice"  In collaboration with National Geographic, NOVA follows the exploits of photojournalist James Balog and a scientific team as they deploy time-lapse cameras to create a photo archive of melting glaciers. They grapple with blizzards, fickle technology and perilous climbs to anchor cameras that must withstand extreme cold and high winds.G

1:00 pm 
NOVA  "Secrets Beneath The Ice"  Scientists drill deep beneath the Antarctic ice, down through the sea and three-fourths of a mile into the seafloor, to recover rock cores that reveal details of climate and fauna from a time in the distant past when the Earth was just a few degrees warmer than it is today. They look for clues to indicate what may happen to the warming planet.G

2:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Winter Wonderlands"  Falling snow transforms the Idaho landscape into a magical playground for those willing to venture outdoors. Home to eighteen alpine ski areas, Idaho also has dozens of trail networks for Nordic skiing and offers more than 7,000 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, more than any other western state. Idaho is truly a winter wonderland for winter recreation.G

2:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Jan Schaffer"  This week on Dialogue, host Joan Cartan-Hansen speaks about the future of journalism with J-Lab Executive Director Jan Schaffer. According to the Pew Research, 41% of Americans get their national and international news from the Internet. What does that mean for the future of newspapers and television newsrooms? And in a digital age, what is news and how do we know when we can trust what we read?G

3:00 pm 
Charlie Rose   NULL

4:00 pm 

4:30 pm 
Journal   NULL

5:00 pm 
NOVA  "Extreme Ice"  In collaboration with National Geographic, NOVA follows the exploits of photojournalist James Balog and a scientific team as they deploy time-lapse cameras to create a photo archive of melting glaciers. They grapple with blizzards, fickle technology and perilous climbs to anchor cameras that must withstand extreme cold and high winds.G

6:00 pm 
NOVA  "Secrets Beneath The Ice"  Scientists drill deep beneath the Antarctic ice, down through the sea and three-fourths of a mile into the seafloor, to recover rock cores that reveal details of climate and fauna from a time in the distant past when the Earth was just a few degrees warmer than it is today. They look for clues to indicate what may happen to the warming planet.G

7:00 pm 
Survival: Lives in the Balance  "Fit for Life (Bangladesh)"  The episode chronicles two births. One mother has her baby at home in rural Bangladesh with a traditional midwife with no medical training. Another young woman gives birth in a clinic with the aid of medical professionals and has been coached through her pregnancy by a health specialist. Part 4 of 4G

8:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL

9:00 pm 

9:30 pm 
Journal   NULL

10:00 pm 
Charlie Rose   NULL

11:00 pm 
NOVA  "Secrets Beneath The Ice"  Scientists drill deep beneath the Antarctic ice, down through the sea and three-fourths of a mile into the seafloor, to recover rock cores that reveal details of climate and fauna from a time in the distant past when the Earth was just a few degrees warmer than it is today. They look for clues to indicate what may happen to the warming planet.G

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Mountain Time
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Thursday
December 29, 2011
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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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