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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.

12:00 am 
Considering Matthew Shepard   In October of 1998, Matthew Shepard was beaten, tortured, and left to die. Twenty years later his legacy is remembered in a unique production that uses music, poetry and interviews and to explore a pivotal time in our history. When a hate crime is committed, what does it mean to be a victim, a parent, a community member, a perpetrator? How do we learn to be compassionate and find hope in hopeless situations? As a response to this hate crime, Matthew's story is placed into the context of a passion story presented as a three-part oratorio, bringing new depth to a harrowing story of loss and highlighting the role of art and how we react to tragedy. D
1:00 am 
Independent Lens  "Real Boy"  Real Boy is the coming-of-age story of Bennett, a trans teenager with dreams of musical stardom.G
2:00 am 
Coming Out: A 50 Year History   Transgender teen, Jazz Jennings, narrates this one hour documentary exploring the history of public gay identity in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) community from the 1950s through today. D
3:00 am 
Variety Studio: Actors On Actors   Julia Roberts (Homecoming) with Patricia Arquette (Escape at Dannemora and The Act); Amy Adams (Sharp Objects) with Richard Madden (Bodyguard); Taraji P. Henson (Empire) with Ellen Pompeo (Grey's Anatomy). D
3:30 am 
Variety Studio: Actors On Actors   Michael Douglas (The Kominsky Method) with Benicio Del Toro (Escape at Dannemora); Emilia Clarke (Game of Thrones) with Regina Hall (Black Monday); Sam Rockwell (Fosse/Verdon) with Renee Zellweger (What/If). D
4:00 am 
Overheard with Evan Smith  "Tommy Orange, Author"  Native American novelist Tommy Orange discusses his transformation from being a poor student to receiving rave reviews on his debut novel "There There," which chronicles the lives of Native Americans living in Oakland, California. D
4:30 am 
Open Mind  "Testing American Righteousness"  Guest: Jonathan Haidt Jonathan Haidt. NYU professor of ethical leadership, discusses Charlottesville, pluralism, polarization, negative partisanship, and the moral choice in 2020. D
5:00 am 
Newsroom Tokyo   NULL
5:40 am 
Direct Talk   Direct and in-depth. Interviews exploring the minds and motivations of the leaders, visionaries, artists and entrepreneurs who are changing our world. D
6:00 am 
Nile: Rivers of Life  "The Nile"  The Nile is the world's longest river. From elephants and leopards to extreme kayakers and ancient wonders, its great length provides a lifeline for Africa's wildest beasts and for some of the world's most incredible cultures. D
7:00 am 
Robert Shaw: American Masters   Trace the journey of one of the greatest choral music conductors in the world. With no formal training, Robert Shaw achieved early success in popular music and later became legendary for his interpretations of classical music's choral masterpieces. D
8:00 am 
Democracy Now!   NULL
9:00 am 
Independent Lens  "Real Boy"  Real Boy is the coming-of-age story of Bennett, a trans teenager with dreams of musical stardom.G
10:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "On The Henry's Fork"  Outsmarting the river's trophy trout is an obsession for some folks while others, like outfitter Bill Schiess, seek the secrets of nearby Henry's Lake. Love of the waterway has prompted traditional opponents to find new ways to manage the watershed.G
10:30 am 
Dialogue  "Refugee Advocate Rose Mapendo"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with former Congolese refugee Rose Mapendo about her life and her work advocating on behalf of refugees.G
11:00 am 
Overheard with Evan Smith  "Tommy Orange, Author"  Native American novelist Tommy Orange discusses his transformation from being a poor student to receiving rave reviews on his debut novel "There There," which chronicles the lives of Native Americans living in Oakland, California. D
11:30 am 
Open Mind  "Testing American Righteousness"  Guest: Jonathan Haidt Jonathan Haidt. NYU professor of ethical leadership, discusses Charlottesville, pluralism, polarization, negative partisanship, and the moral choice in 2020. D
12:00 pm 
Nile: Rivers of Life  "The Nile"  The Nile is the world's longest river. From elephants and leopards to extreme kayakers and ancient wonders, its great length provides a lifeline for Africa's wildest beasts and for some of the world's most incredible cultures. D
1:00 pm 
Robert Shaw: American Masters   Trace the journey of one of the greatest choral music conductors in the world. With no formal training, Robert Shaw achieved early success in popular music and later became legendary for his interpretations of classical music's choral masterpieces. D
2:00 pm 
Considering Matthew Shepard   In October of 1998, Matthew Shepard was beaten, tortured, and left to die. Twenty years later his legacy is remembered in a unique production that uses music, poetry and interviews and to explore a pivotal time in our history. When a hate crime is committed, what does it mean to be a victim, a parent, a community member, a perpetrator? How do we learn to be compassionate and find hope in hopeless situations? As a response to this hate crime, Matthew's story is placed into the context of a passion story presented as a three-part oratorio, bringing new depth to a harrowing story of loss and highlighting the role of art and how we react to tragedy. D
3:00 pm 
4:00 pm 
4:30 pm 
DW News   NULL
5:00 pm 
The Day It Snowed In Miami   THE DAY IT SNOWED IN MIAMI traces the political activism behind an equal-rights statute in Miami, and how it galvanized the gay rights movement in Florida and beyond. Thirty five years ago, as snowflakes prepared to dust palm trees in a city known for its warmth, Miami-Dade County lawmakers unknowingly debated an issue that would ignite a political maelstrom. The seemingly benign ordinance - essentially an addendum to the county's existing anti-discrimination legislation - sought to prohibit discrimination in housing, public accommodations or employment based on the basis of "affectional or sexual preference. D
6:30 pm 
The Committee   The Committee is a documentary film about the little-known Florida Legislative Investigative Committee of the State Legislature from 1956-1965. Florida Senator Charley Johns chaired the committee, and its aim was to root out communist and homosexual teachers and students from state universities. It was successful in either firing or expelling more than 200 suspected gay and lesbian citizens. D
7:00 pm 
Bright Lights Little City   BRIGHT LIGHTS LITTLE CITY is a celebration of one small Appalachian mountain town that embraced creativity without reservation, found success in self-determination, and through five decades has pursued the joy of self-discovery and cultural diversity through the Arts. D
7:30 pm 
Stories from the Stage  "Game On!"  You can't win if you don't play. And sometimes just playing makes all the difference. Nora Meiners fills in some blanks as the missing pieces person at a jigsaw puzzle company. D
8:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
9:00 pm 
9:30 pm 
The Day   NULL
10:00 pm 
The Day It Snowed In Miami   THE DAY IT SNOWED IN MIAMI traces the political activism behind an equal-rights statute in Miami, and how it galvanized the gay rights movement in Florida and beyond. Thirty five years ago, as snowflakes prepared to dust palm trees in a city known for its warmth, Miami-Dade County lawmakers unknowingly debated an issue that would ignite a political maelstrom. The seemingly benign ordinance - essentially an addendum to the county's existing anti-discrimination legislation - sought to prohibit discrimination in housing, public accommodations or employment based on the basis of "affectional or sexual preference. D
11:30 pm 
The Committee   The Committee is a documentary film about the little-known Florida Legislative Investigative Committee of the State Legislature from 1956-1965. Florida Senator Charley Johns chaired the committee, and its aim was to root out communist and homosexual teachers and students from state universities. It was successful in either firing or expelling more than 200 suspected gay and lesbian citizens. D

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