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June 3, 2012
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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.
3:00 am 
Teaching Channel   A third-grade teacher's instruction improves with two weeks of coaching. Students use fossil evidence and puzzle pieces to build an argument for continental drift. Observe a class of young scientists explore the scientific method in a lab about iodine and starch. D

4:00 am 
My Vietnam Your Iraq   "My Vietnam Your Iraq" tells stories from Vietnam War veterans who have children that served in Iraq. The program showcases the pride and fear a family shares when one is deployed. D

5:00 am 
Frontline  "Facing Death"  In New York City's Mount Sinai hospital, doctors, patients and families speak with candor about the increasingly difficult choices people are making at the end of life: removal of breathing tubes or not, continuing or stopping treatment, perform surgery or call for hospice. In this look at the reality of today's medicalized death, decisions for everyone involved are difficult and complex.G

6:00 am 
Frontline  "Post Mortem"  Nearly 7,000 people die in America under sudden or suspicious circumstances every day, yet the rate of autopsies continues to plummet across the country. Not only do murderers go free and innocent people go to jail, but there also is a public health threat. Correspondent Lowell Bergman reports on a joint investigation with ProPublica, NPR and the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley.G

7:00 am 
Global Voices  "Tales of the Waria"  While many in the West view Islam as socially repressive, in Indonesia there exists a transgender community known as the warias; men who live openly as women. This film uncovers a world that not only defies our expectations of gender and Islam, but also reveals our endless capacity as human beings to search for love; whatever the consequences. D

8:00 am 
Independent Lens  "Two Spirits"  This story of Fred Martinez, a Navajo boy, who in another era would have been honored but instead becomes one of the youngest hate-crime victims in modern history when he is brutally murdered at 16. When he tells his mother that he feels as if he is both a boy and a girl, she explains that this is a special gift, according to traditional Navajo culture - the two-spirit tradition. The film examines the ancient tradition as well as issues of bullying and violence.G

9:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Wilderness in the 21st Century"  This exploration of wilderness issues captures scenic vistas of Idaho from north to south. The show examines what wilderness means to Idahoans, pressures from wheeled vehicle advocates, collaborative efforts that include multiple sides, and how work is accomplished inside a wilderness.G

9:30 am 
Dialogue  "Reporters' Roundup 5/31/2012"  Joan Cartan-Hansen is joined by members of the Idaho media to discuss current issues in the state.G

10:00 am 
My Vietnam Your Iraq   "My Vietnam Your Iraq" tells stories from Vietnam War veterans who have children that served in Iraq. The program showcases the pride and fear a family shares when one is deployed. D

11:00 am 
Frontline  "Facing Death"  In New York City's Mount Sinai hospital, doctors, patients and families speak with candor about the increasingly difficult choices people are making at the end of life: removal of breathing tubes or not, continuing or stopping treatment, perform surgery or call for hospice. In this look at the reality of today's medicalized death, decisions for everyone involved are difficult and complex.G

12:00 pm 
Frontline  "Post Mortem"  Nearly 7,000 people die in America under sudden or suspicious circumstances every day, yet the rate of autopsies continues to plummet across the country. Not only do murderers go free and innocent people go to jail, but there also is a public health threat. Correspondent Lowell Bergman reports on a joint investigation with ProPublica, NPR and the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley.G

1:00 pm 
Global Voices  "Tales of the Waria"  While many in the West view Islam as socially repressive, in Indonesia there exists a transgender community known as the warias; men who live openly as women. This film uncovers a world that not only defies our expectations of gender and Islam, but also reveals our endless capacity as human beings to search for love; whatever the consequences. D

2:00 pm 
Independent Lens  "Two Spirits"  This story of Fred Martinez, a Navajo boy, who in another era would have been honored but instead becomes one of the youngest hate-crime victims in modern history when he is brutally murdered at 16. When he tells his mother that he feels as if he is both a boy and a girl, she explains that this is a special gift, according to traditional Navajo culture - the two-spirit tradition. The film examines the ancient tradition as well as issues of bullying and violence.G

3:00 pm 
POV  "Wo Ai Ni (I Love You) Mommy"  What is it like to be torn from your Chinese foster family, put on a plane with strangers and wake up in a new country, family and culture? "Wo Ai Ni (I Love You) Mommy" is the story of Fang Sui Yong, an 8-year-old orphan, and the Sadowskys, the Long Island Jewish family that travels to China to adopt her. Sui Yong is one of 70,000 Chinese children now being raised in the United States. Through her eyes, we witness her struggle with a new identity as she transforms from a timid child into someone that no one -- neither her new family nor she -- could have imagined. D

4:30 pm 
POV  "The Betrayal (Nerakhoon)"  Filmed over 23 years, The Betrayal is the Academy Award®-nominated directorial debut of renowned cinematographer Ellen Kuras in a unique collaboration with the film's subject and co-director, Thavisouk ("Thavi") Phrasavath. After the U.S. government waged a secret war in Laos during the Vietnam War, Thavi's father and thousands of other Laotians who had fought alongside American forces were abandoned and left to face imprisonment or execution. D

6:00 pm 
Frontline  "Facing Death"  In New York City's Mount Sinai hospital, doctors, patients and families speak with candor about the increasingly difficult choices people are making at the end of life: removal of breathing tubes or not, continuing or stopping treatment, perform surgery or call for hospice. In this look at the reality of today's medicalized death, decisions for everyone involved are difficult and complex.G

7:00 pm 
Frontline  "Post Mortem"  Nearly 7,000 people die in America under sudden or suspicious circumstances every day, yet the rate of autopsies continues to plummet across the country. Not only do murderers go free and innocent people go to jail, but there also is a public health threat. Correspondent Lowell Bergman reports on a joint investigation with ProPublica, NPR and the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley.G

8:00 pm 
Global Voices  "Tales of the Waria"  While many in the West view Islam as socially repressive, in Indonesia there exists a transgender community known as the warias; men who live openly as women. This film uncovers a world that not only defies our expectations of gender and Islam, but also reveals our endless capacity as human beings to search for love; whatever the consequences. D

9:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Wilderness in the 21st Century"  This exploration of wilderness issues captures scenic vistas of Idaho from north to south. The show examines what wilderness means to Idahoans, pressures from wheeled vehicle advocates, collaborative efforts that include multiple sides, and how work is accomplished inside a wilderness.G

9:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Reporters' Roundup 5/31/2012"  Joan Cartan-Hansen is joined by members of the Idaho media to discuss current issues in the state.G

10:00 pm 
Frontline  "Facing Death"  In New York City's Mount Sinai hospital, doctors, patients and families speak with candor about the increasingly difficult choices people are making at the end of life: removal of breathing tubes or not, continuing or stopping treatment, perform surgery or call for hospice. In this look at the reality of today's medicalized death, decisions for everyone involved are difficult and complex.G

11:00 pm 
Frontline  "Post Mortem"  Nearly 7,000 people die in America under sudden or suspicious circumstances every day, yet the rate of autopsies continues to plummet across the country. Not only do murderers go free and innocent people go to jail, but there also is a public health threat. Correspondent Lowell Bergman reports on a joint investigation with ProPublica, NPR and the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley.G

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June 3, 2012
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