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February 18, 2017
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5:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Indianapolis, Hour Three"  Travel to Indianapolis for hidden treasures including an 1898 Alphonse Mucha JOB poster, a 1974 George Nakashima "Kent Hall" floor lamp and a 1961 Ty Cobb-signed baseball. Which is the big find?. D
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend  "Gold Butte National Monument"  During his eight years in office, former President Obama set aside more than 550 million acres of federal land and water habitat under national monument protection using the 1906 Antiquities Act, far more than any other president. Last December, Obama declared nearly 300, 000 acres of remote and rugged desert in Southeast Nevada as the Gold Butte National Monument. It contains fragile wildlife habitat, culturally and spiritually important sites for Native American tribes, and thousands of ancient rock etchings. D
6:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Romania"  Rick and his team tour Romania's vibrant capital, Bucharest, with its "Little Paris of the East" architecture and lingering reminders of a brutal communist dictator. Then they head into Transylvania, where they visit fortified churches, cobbled merchant towns like Sighisoara, and castles made famous by an imported German king and the real-life Dracula. Finally, they explore Maramures, where everyday life still feels like an open-air folk museum. D
7:00 pm 
The Lawrence Welk Show  "Tribute to the Swing and Sweet Bands"  Guest: Ava Barber. On this show the Aldridge Sisters and the Otwell Twins delight with "Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree, Ava gives us her own rendition of "Heartaches", and Tom Netherton reminds us "You're Nobody Til Somebody Loves You". Gail, Ron, and Michael sing a memorable "In The Mood", and Jack Imel joins Paul Humphrey on drums for a show-stopping "St. Louis Blues March".G
8:00 pm 
Still Open All Hours   Granville is determined to improve Gastric's image in order to matchmake him with Madge. His plans take an inspired turn when a salesman returns to town. Wet Eric is desperate to convince his wife it's going to rain but gets lured into a dangerous purchase. Meanwhile, Old Mr Bentinck never goes into the shop, so Granville finds a way to tempt him in to spend.G
8:30 pm 
Are You Being Served?  "Change Is As Good As A Rest"  Mr. Grace plays musical chairs with the departments. Ladies' and Gentle-mens' Wear find themselves in the toy department.G
9:00 pm 
As Time Goes By  "Wedding Preparations"  Jean and Lionel set the date for the wedding. The women go shopping while Lionel finishes the script for the American mini-series.G
9:30 pm 
The Red Green Show  "School Bus Blimp"  Red talks the guys into converting an old school bus into a hot air balloon. Harold goes overboard using sticky notes. Red finds a way to paint a fence with a wringer washer.G
10:00 pm 
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries  "Death By Miss Adventure"  Phryne investigates the death of a young female worker in a factory 'accident' and soon learns that the woman's death might not be the misadventure the police think it is. Faced with a wall of secrecy and lies, Phryne sends her trusty maid, Dot, undercover into the factory to investigate. When a second suspicious death occurs, Phryne fights desperately to save one of her closest friends from the gallows. D
11:00 pm 
Doctor Who: Tom Baker Movies  "Full Circle"  The TARDIS falls through a CVE into E-Space and arrives on the planet Alzarius. There the inhabitants of a crashed Starliner and a group of young rebels called the Outlers, led by a boy named Varsh and including his brother Adric, are being terrorised by a race of Marshmen who emerge from the marshes at a time known as Mistfall. D
5:00 pm 
Tales from the Royal Wardrobe   Examine the significance of the royal wardrobes of English monarchs over the last 400 years. Learn why most kings and queens have carefully choreographed every aspect of their apparel and why, for those who haven't, the consequences have sometimes been calamitous.G
6:00 pm 
Music City Roots Live from the Factory   For the third time, Music City Roots goes to N. Ireland to seek the "roots of our roots." Featuring Scott Miller and Jim Lauderdale in Belfast plus key Belfast songwriters playing in Nashville. D
7:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Sturgill Simpson/Asleep at the Wheel"  The first set includes "Life of Sin" and other tunes from Sturgill Simpson's recording Metamodern Sounds in Country Music. Asleep at the Wheel celebrates Western swing classics from the group's album Celebrating the Music of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.G
8:00 pm 
Great Performances  "New York City Ballet In Paris"  Thrill to the company's all-Balanchine program of ballet masterpieces, including the Walpurgisnacht Ballet and La Valse, set to music of Gounod and Ravel respectively, recorded in the City of Light. D
9:00 pm 
Great Performances  "Dancing at Jacob's Pillow: Never Stand Still"  Narrated by choreographer Bill T. Jones, the story of Jacob's Pillow as an international dance center is interwoven throughout this performance documentary with footage and images from the Pillow's rare and extensive archives, including the pioneering Ted Shawn, who purchased Jacob's Pillow in 1931.G
10:00 pm 
Music City Roots Live from the Factory   For the third time, Music City Roots goes to N. Ireland to seek the "roots of our roots." Featuring Scott Miller and Jim Lauderdale in Belfast plus key Belfast songwriters playing in Nashville. D
11:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Sturgill Simpson/Asleep at the Wheel"  The first set includes "Life of Sin" and other tunes from Sturgill Simpson's recording Metamodern Sounds in Country Music. Asleep at the Wheel celebrates Western swing classics from the group's album Celebrating the Music of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.G
5:00 pm 
Science Trek  "Computers"  Computers can be found in everything from our refrigerator to our car. But how does this amazing technology work? On this month's Science Trek, host Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guests will answer students' questions about computers. Cartan-Hansen will be joined by Tim Andersen from Boise State University and Flossie Erben from Hewlett Packard. Viewers will also visit a class at the Discovery Center of Idaho and experience an unexpected way students learn to code.G
5:30 pm 
Roadtrip Nation  "The Door's Wide Open"  The final week of the trip begins in New York, where the team sits down with the co-founders of New York on Tech, an organization providing tech-based training to low-income students in Brooklyn. The last leg of the journey takes the Green RV to Boston, Natalie's hometown. After conducting their final interview at MIT, the team reflects on the friendships and lessons they'll take home with them. D
6:00 pm 
Ciao Italia  "Eat Legumes/Mangiate I Legumi"  Nothing takes the chill out of a cold winter's night better than hot and hearty Straccetti with Cannellini Beans, complete with homemade pasta, and Mary Ann shows you how. And when summer rolls around? Roll out a happy bowl of Chickpea Salad, filled with prosciutto di parma, olives and fresh thyme. D
6:30 pm 
Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge  "Japan: Hokkaido and Honshu"  The Seattle-based photographer travels to northern Japan to view iconic red-crested cranes, then heads south to the mountains to take a dip in Nagano's hot springs with mischievous macaque snow monkeys. His photographic pilgrimage also includes the temples of Mt. Fugi and Koyosan.G
7:00 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "Tribal Existence, Part 3"  In the third episode Jerry shows how to apply the brighter highlights on the snow to help seat the teepees and trees. Then Jerry shows a very interesting technique for creating the frozen ice chunks on the edge of the snow banks. Then Jerry takes his viewers through the process of detailing the teepees and other objects around the teepees and explains their purpose. D
7:30 pm 
Best of the Joy of Painting  "Splendor of Winter"  The stillness of a snow-covered day can be beautifully captured on canvas, and Bob Ross shows you how. D
8:00 pm 
Equitrekking  "Alberta"  Equitrekking host Darley Newman travels to Alberta, Canada to experience Western adventure and stunning natural scenery. In Kananaskis, Darley treks amid the beautiful snow-capped Canadian Rockies with a longtime Alberta cowboy, conquering high altitudes and an August hailstorm. Next, Darley experiences the fast-paced Calgary Stampede with its equestrian competitions, Western art, rodeos and surprisingly diverse food offerings. D
8:30 pm 
New Scandinavian Cooking  "A Taste of Winter"  In preparation for a hike, Tina packs a lunch made of grilled flatbread, cabbage salad and smoked salmon. After a day of winter activities, Tina prepares a soup with meatballs and a chocolate dessert. D
9:00 pm 
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly  "Switzerland Part I - Cheese, Glaciers and Chocolate...how Swiss!"  Colleen Kelly uncovers quintessential Switzerland, family style! Starting the adventure with a scooter tour in the town of Arosa, Colleen joins area families at a cheese factory to learn about one of Switzerland's most well-known culinary delights. Her exploration continues in the Aletsch Arena area, where she meets an expert to learn more about the largest glacier in the Alps and a Unesco World Heritage Site. To get a bird's eye view of the area, Colleen tests her bravery and leaps off a mountain on a paragliding adventure . D
9:30 pm 
Rudy Maxa's World  "Nova Scotia & Newfoundland"  From the charming fishing towns of Nova Scotia to the vast wilderness of Newfoundland, these are the last great. open spaces of Eastern North America. A touch of New England, a dash of Germany, here a British fort, there an Irish brogue, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland are mixed-up worlds peopled by the descendants of hardy colonists who came to fish and trade fur. D
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Braised to Perfection"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate braised halibut with leeks and mustard at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of smoked salmon. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best warming trays. D
10:30 pm 
Simply Ming  "Jasper White"  Boston's "king of seafood" Jasper White stops by Simply Ming to show us one-pot seafood dishes. Jasper creates a Portuguese-style seafood stew of clams, mussels and chourico, while Ming follows up with a hearty black bean, clam and mussel pasta. Two easy and enticing dishes that you can make at home!. D
11:00 pm 
Lucky Chow  "Chinatown, Reimagined"  Track the evolution of Chinese food in America through the lens of two third-generation Chinese-American restaurateurs. Wilson Tang preserves the legacy of his family's dim sum parlor (America's oldest) while opening a fine-dining Chinese restaurant on Chinatown's expanding Lower East Side. Ed Schoenfeld, a self-proclaimed Chinese food expert and owner of one of the most critically acclaimed Chinese restaurants in New York, provides a tutorial on Peking duck preparation. D
11:30 pm 
Rudy Maxa's World  "Istanbul, Turkey"  Rudy visits the Topkapi Palace, Aya Sofia, the Blue Mosque and some of the Grand Bazaar's 2,000 shops.G
5:00 pm 
Focus On Europe  "Scrambling for Passports to Retain Eu Citizenship"  Hundreds of British Jews are applying for German passports so they can retain EU citizenship. Turkey reportedly has thousands of informants in Germany, whose job it is to keep tabs on opponents of Erdogan's government. D
5:30 pm 
Global 3000  "Surviving Marriage"  Weddings are meant to be the first step towards a fulfilling marriage. But the reality, especially for women, can be very different. In China, more and more marriages now end in divorce. D
6:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "You Can't Get There from Here"  This episode visits the town of Roosevelt, now under water; travels into the wilderness on the Selway River; descends into a secret cave; and profiles a wilderness pilot.G
6:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Author Isabel Wilkerson"  The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist talks with host Marcia Franklin. Wilkerson devoted 15 years to researching and writing The Warmth of Other Suns, a book about the great migration of African-Americans from the South to other parts of the country. She and Franklin discuss the book, the reasons for the migration, and its influence on the country.G
7:00 pm 
Queen of Swing   QUEEN OF SWING recounts the true story of a Jazz Age trailblazer - 95-year-old entertainer Norma Miller. The engaging biography highlights the life, career and indomitable spirit of the Harlem-born actress, dancer and choreographer known as "The Queen of Swing." Discovered at the age of 12, Miller's show business career has spanned seven decades (and counting). D
8:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "A New Color: The Art of Being Edythe Boone"  Long before Black Lives Matter became a rallying cry, Edythe Boone embodied that truth as an activist, an educator, a great-grandmother, and foremost an artist. When a deeply personal tragedy ignites a national outcry, everything that Edy has worked so tirelessly for comes into question. From humble Harlem beginnings herself, the indefatigable "Edy" has for decades introduced underserved youth and seniors to the transformative power of art. D
9:00 pm 
Colored Frames   COLORED FRAMES reflects on the last 50 years in African-American art by exploring the influences, inspirations and experiences of black artists. Beginning at the height of the Civil Rights Era and leading up to the present, it provides a truthful, unflinching look at often-ignored artists and their progeny. Impressionistic video collages showcase the wide variety, both thematically and stylistically, of contemporary pieces of black artists working in the genres of illustration, abstraction and surrealism, among others. D
10:00 pm 
Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings The Band   Mary Lou Williams (1910-1981), an innovative and prolific jazz pianist, composer and arranger, created some of the most sophisticated big-band hits for Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington and other popular orchestras of the 1930s. From child prodigy and "Boogie-Woogie Queen" to groundbreaking composer and musical mentor to some of jazz's greatest musicians, Williams seemed to redefine herself with every passing decade. Away from the piano, she defied expectations - as a woman in a "man's world," as a black person in a whites-only society, and as a non-conforming creative genius in an image-driven industry. D
11:00 pm 
Queen of Swing   QUEEN OF SWING recounts the true story of a Jazz Age trailblazer - 95-year-old entertainer Norma Miller. The engaging biography highlights the life, career and indomitable spirit of the Harlem-born actress, dancer and choreographer known as "The Queen of Swing." Discovered at the age of 12, Miller's show business career has spanned seven decades (and counting). D

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