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7:00 am 
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope  "France - Following The Rhone"  Joseph follows the Rhone River on it's 500-mile journey through France to the Mediterranean sea and rides this watery highway to experiences that embrace the grandeurs of the past and the glories of a moment. From the ancient ruins of Vienne to the monumental masterpieces of Avignon, from Lyon's cityscape to Van Gogh's sanctuary in Saint-Remy-de-Provence and his Starry nights in Arles, Joseph discovers a wealth of historic, natural and cultural riches. He visits the bustling market of Uzes, walks across the 2, 000-year-old Pont du Gard aqueduct, has dinner in an historic Lyon Bouchon, enjoys a princely concert in the Palais of the Papes in Avignon and enjoys the wines of Beaujolais, Cotes du Rhone and Provence. D
7:30 am 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Oahu and Kauai"  Sunning, swimming, surfing and boating at Waikiki Beach are just the start in Honolulu. Rudy explores Hawaii's Polynesian roots at the venerable Bishop Museum, remembers WWII history at Pearl Harbor, and pays homage to King Kamehameha. From Oahu we head north to Kauai, "The Garden Island" whose sheer beauty screams "tropical paradise. D
8:00 am 
The Desert Speaks  "Living Traditions of the Tohono O'Odham"  The Tohono O'Odham ("Desert People") live on the second-largest reservation in the United States, located southwest of Tucson, Arizona and share hundreds of miles with the Mexico border, across which some still live. Although many O'Odham live off the reservation and don't grow traditional crops, among the older members their language is still very much alive, as are many of the cultural traditions and beliefs. Learn how a concerned group of tribal members knowledgeable in these traditions are taking an active part in passing down practices of saguaro fruit harvesting and basket weaving to their children and grandchildren. D
8:30 am 
The Jazzy Vegetarian  "Jazzin' Up Veggies"  Host Laura Theodore makes veggies taste great! Jazz singer Kelle Jolly joins Laura in the kitchen to prepare Root Veggie and Lentil Trio Stew, a satisfying combo of vegetables combined with hearty lentils. Next up, Miso-Parsley Hummus offers a delicious twist on a classic dip, with Kale Salad served on the side. For dessert . D
9:00 am 
America's Heartland   Traverse the golden plains and "purple mountains' majesty" as this special edition takes you to our favorite Heartland destinations. It's the scenic wonders that draw travelers back, and you'll discover people, places, and scenery we've found over the past twelve seasons. D
9:30 am 
Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television  "Easy French Desserts"  This episode is all about French-inspired desserts. Milk Street cook Erika Bruce shows Christopher Kimball how to make an easy French apple cake. Milk Street cook Bianca Borges demonstrates how to bake a rich, yet light chocolate-orange tart. D
10:00 am 
Pati's Mexican Table  "Pati's Texican"  Inspired by her years living in Texas, Pati creates a series of dishes that combine her passion for Mexican cuisine and her favorite foods of America's Lone Star State. Her oldest son, Alan, who was born in Texas and is fully Tex-Mex, joins her in the kitchen. Recipe 1: Tex-Mex Chili; Recipe 2: Poblano, Bacon & Cheddar Skillet Corn Bread; Recipe 3: Mexican Chocolate Doughnuts. D
10:30 am 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Sensory Experiences"  Time spent in natural environments can provide a range of health benefits. P. Allen Smith shows us how you can transform your living spaces into sensory delights. D
11:00 am 
Bluegrass Underground  "Flatt Lonesome"  Enjoy the ways Flatt Lonesome continues to raise the bar of their own fiercely creative game by digging into a well of emotion, expressive instrumentals, sophisticated writing and inventive arrangements. D
11:30 am 
Poetry In America  "The New Colossus - Emma Lazarus"  Host Elisa New rediscovers the freshness and the still-potent charge of Emma Lazarus's iconic sonnet of immigration alongside singer-songwriter Regina Spektor, activist and founder of the United We Dream Foundation Cristina Jimenez, President of the American Federation of Teachers Randi Weingarten, financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein, and poet Duy Doan. D
12:00 pm 
Indians Like Us   A sincere admiration of Native culture gives way to this charming documentary about a small group of French citizens - called "Savy Western" - who share a passion for everything Native American. Every weekend, they dress in Native regalia and make appearances at various village fairs alongside their countrymen in France. However, in order to fulfill their dream, they must travel to the United States and meet "real Indians." Together, they finally manage a two-week drive across the Midwest and discover that the reality of contemporary Native Americans is quite different from their portrayed envisioning. Filled with unforeseen emotion, this road movie presents great encounters on both sides.G
1:00 pm 
Making Waves   MAKING WAVES explores Philadelphia's historic Boathouse Row, where great rowers and Olympic champions have trained for over 150 years. It looks at the elite world of rowing and how it perpetrates exclusion in subtle ways. Beautifully shot in HD, the documentary focuses on several passionate rowers from diverse backgrounds. D
2:00 pm 
Closing The Gap: 50 Years Seeking Equal Pay   Half a century after President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act, women in both high-paying, high-growth STEM careers and those in part-time, low-wage jobs still only make, on average, 77 cents for every dollar earned by men. In that time span, the current wage gap improved at a rate of less than half a cent per year; if it continues at that pace, the wage gap will not close completely until 2053. Month to month, women - primary or co-breadwinners in six out of every 10 American families - face greater financial burdens in meeting living costs such as food, housing, transportation, health care and child care. D
3:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Wild Horses"  Mustangs are a symbol of our Western tradition, yet they are often reviled, as they compete for resources with livestock and wildlife in an ever-changing environment impacted by range fire and drought. We examine what is happening with wild horse herds in Idaho and how some new ideas may offer solutions to a seemingly hopeless situation.G
3:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Historian Fredrik Logevall"  Marcia Franklin is joined by historian Fredrik Logevall, who talks about how decisions made by American leaders before and during the Vietnam War still affect our country's foreign policy. Logevall, a Harvard professor of international affairs, won a Pulitzer in 2013 for his book, Embers of War, which examines how and why the U.S. went to war in Vietnam.G
4:00 pm 
Songs at the Center   Artist: Master Series with Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Member Gretchen Peters, accompanied by Barry Walsh, and hosted by songwriter Eric Gnezda. Gretchen Peters is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, and a two-time Grammy Award nominee. Her song, "Independence Day," recorded by Martina McBride, was named Country Music Association's "Song of the Year" in 1995. D
4:30 pm 
Sun Studio Sessions  "Billy Woodward"  Maryland born, Billy Woodward earned acclaim for his stellar performances in the Tony Award Winning "Million Dollar Quartet" as a member of the touring cast. Woodward's reverence for rock and roll's early days is evident in his songwriting and stage show. In this episode, Woodward performs several songs, including tracks from his latest record "The Beast in Me. D
5:00 pm 
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6:00 pm 
Father Brown  "The Demise of the Debutante"  Father Brown uncovers secrets, hypocrisy and murder at a finishing school for young ladies. Much to the disapproval of Mrs McCarthy, Father Brown attempts to support newly-single mother Nell Winford - but is unable to find her anywhere to stay. D
7:00 pm 
Midsomer Murders  "The Night of the Stag, Part 2"  A VAT inspector goes missing as he hunts for an illicit cider still responsible for brewing The Beast, a potent local hooch. At the Midsomer Abbas spring fayre which celebrates its friendship with Midsomer Herne, Barnaby and Jones sample the local cider, while temperance preacher Norman Grigor calls on residents to repent of their drunken ways. Suddenly, Barnaby is violently ill as the body of missing man Peter Slim is found floating in the cider vat. D
8:00 pm 
Les Miserables On Masterpiece  "6 of 6"  Marius mans the barricades, where a hostile Valjean intercepts him. They end up fleeing together through the sewers of Paris. Cosette's story reaches its conclusion. D
9:30 pm 
PBS Previews: Chasing The Moon   A preview of the upcoming series from American Experience: Chasing the Moon. D
10:00 pm 
Father Brown  "The Demise of the Debutante"  Father Brown uncovers secrets, hypocrisy and murder at a finishing school for young ladies. Much to the disapproval of Mrs McCarthy, Father Brown attempts to support newly-single mother Nell Winford - but is unable to find her anywhere to stay. D
11:00 pm 
Midsomer Murders  "The Night of the Stag, Part 2"  A VAT inspector goes missing as he hunts for an illicit cider still responsible for brewing The Beast, a potent local hooch. At the Midsomer Abbas spring fayre which celebrates its friendship with Midsomer Herne, Barnaby and Jones sample the local cider, while temperance preacher Norman Grigor calls on residents to repent of their drunken ways. Suddenly, Barnaby is violently ill as the body of missing man Peter Slim is found floating in the cider vat. D

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