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Monday
October 15, 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.
1:00 am 
POV  "The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers"  This Academy-award nominated documentary profiles Daniel Ellsberg, a former U.S. Marine and military analyst, and examines his 1971 unauthorized release of the Pentagon Papers to the media. Filmmakers Rick Goldsmith and Judith Ehrlich gather former Pentagon and Rand Corporation analysts, White House advisers and elected officials, as well as lawyers and reporters to tell the story, illuminated by archival video and audio pieces. Ellsberg himself and his family relate their parts in archival and contemporary interviews.G

3:00 am 
Newsline   NULL

3:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   Ethan Hawke (actor/writer). D

4:00 am 
Linkasia   NULL

4:30 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly  "Magic of the Snowy Owl"  None of the Above: Who Are They? - Part One of a three-part series on the fast-growing number of Americans - now twenty percent of US adults - who have no affiliation with any religious organization. Host Bob Abernethy reports the results of a joint Pew Forum/Religion &Ethics NewsWeekly survey, released this week, on the characteristics of the unaffiliated, especially the one-third of young people 18 to 29 who describe themselves as atheists, agnostics or "nothing in particular." Why is this group growing so fast, and what are the implications of this growth for politics and religion? Minnesota Marriage Amendment - Minnesotans will vote in the upcoming election on a hotly contested amendment to the state constitution that would define marriage as the union of one man and one woman. D

5:00 am 
Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders (Pilot)   This magazine show, with host Marco Werman, reports on how music transforms politics and culture worldwide. The first edition begins with a catchy pop song that topped the Russian music charts in 2002 and became an anthem for a generation. It also features a Kazakhstanis violinist who challenged the composer brother of Borat creator Sacha Baron Cohen to write a serious symphony for the country he had helped his brother lampoon.G

6:00 am 
Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders   This magazine format show features three stories and a special "global hit performance." Reporter Alexis Bloom meets with Wynton Marsalis in Chicago. Then SOUND TRACKS goes behind the scenes of the latest animated movie from Pixar to introduce the Scottish folk singer, Julie Fowlis, and follows African singer Youssou N'dour as he runs for president of Senegal.G

7:00 am 
History Detectives   What are the details behind the heroic acts pictured in a poster about two African-American soldiers in World War I? Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) helps find the answer. Then, is this a hand-drawn map of Valley Forge that George Washington used during the American Revolution? And does a Tucson man own one of the first transistor radios ever made? Finally, after 70 years, a Washington man wonders whether a business card ties his father to Prohibition-era underworld crime. D

8:00 am 
Democracy Now!   NULL

9:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Home on the Range"  The real heyday of the American cowboy has come and gone; but in Idaho, the hard-scrabble hero of so many of our nation's legends can still be found, riding the range on the West's public lands. It seems there will always be a place for cowboys, wherever there are cattle to be rounded up and wild horses to be tamed, and wherever there are people who love the cowboy lifestyle. As cowboy poet Rudy Gonzales reminds us, "People want to be cowboys!"G

9:30 am 
Dialogue  "Amy Waldman"  The author-journalist discusses her work with host Marcia Franklin. Waldman's first novel, The Submission tells the story of a jury, in charge of selecting a ground zero-like memorial from among anonymous submissions, and the reactions when it chooses a design created by a Muslim-American architect.G

10:00 am 
Linkasia   NULL

10:30 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly  "Magic of the Snowy Owl"  None of the Above: Who Are They? - Part One of a three-part series on the fast-growing number of Americans - now twenty percent of US adults - who have no affiliation with any religious organization. Host Bob Abernethy reports the results of a joint Pew Forum/Religion &Ethics NewsWeekly survey, released this week, on the characteristics of the unaffiliated, especially the one-third of young people 18 to 29 who describe themselves as atheists, agnostics or "nothing in particular." Why is this group growing so fast, and what are the implications of this growth for politics and religion? Minnesota Marriage Amendment - Minnesotans will vote in the upcoming election on a hotly contested amendment to the state constitution that would define marriage as the union of one man and one woman. D

11:00 am 
Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders (Pilot)   This magazine show, with host Marco Werman, reports on how music transforms politics and culture worldwide. The first edition begins with a catchy pop song that topped the Russian music charts in 2002 and became an anthem for a generation. It also features a Kazakhstanis violinist who challenged the composer brother of Borat creator Sacha Baron Cohen to write a serious symphony for the country he had helped his brother lampoon.G

12:00 pm 
Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders   This magazine format show features three stories and a special "global hit performance." Reporter Alexis Bloom meets with Wynton Marsalis in Chicago. Then SOUND TRACKS goes behind the scenes of the latest animated movie from Pixar to introduce the Scottish folk singer, Julie Fowlis, and follows African singer Youssou N'dour as he runs for president of Senegal.G

1:00 pm 
History Detectives   What are the details behind the heroic acts pictured in a poster about two African-American soldiers in World War I? Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) helps find the answer. Then, is this a hand-drawn map of Valley Forge that George Washington used during the American Revolution? And does a Tucson man own one of the first transistor radios ever made? Finally, after 70 years, a Washington man wonders whether a business card ties his father to Prohibition-era underworld crime. D

2:00 pm 
Charlie Rose   NULL

3:00 pm 

3:30 pm 
Journal   NULL

4:00 pm 
Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders (Pilot)   This magazine show, with host Marco Werman, reports on how music transforms politics and culture worldwide. The first edition begins with a catchy pop song that topped the Russian music charts in 2002 and became an anthem for a generation. It also features a Kazakhstanis violinist who challenged the composer brother of Borat creator Sacha Baron Cohen to write a serious symphony for the country he had helped his brother lampoon.G

5:00 pm 
Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders   This magazine format show features three stories and a special "global hit performance." Reporter Alexis Bloom meets with Wynton Marsalis in Chicago. Then SOUND TRACKS goes behind the scenes of the latest animated movie from Pixar to introduce the Scottish folk singer, Julie Fowlis, and follows African singer Youssou N'dour as he runs for president of Senegal.G

6:00 pm 
History Detectives   What are the details behind the heroic acts pictured in a poster about two African-American soldiers in World War I? Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) helps find the answer. Then, is this a hand-drawn map of Valley Forge that George Washington used during the American Revolution? And does a Tucson man own one of the first transistor radios ever made? Finally, after 70 years, a Washington man wonders whether a business card ties his father to Prohibition-era underworld crime. D

7:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL

8:00 pm 

8:30 pm 
Journal   NULL

9:00 pm 
Charlie Rose   NULL

10:00 pm 
Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders   This magazine format show features three stories and a special "global hit performance." Reporter Alexis Bloom meets with Wynton Marsalis in Chicago. Then SOUND TRACKS goes behind the scenes of the latest animated movie from Pixar to introduce the Scottish folk singer, Julie Fowlis, and follows African singer Youssou N'dour as he runs for president of Senegal.G

11:00 pm 
History Detectives   What are the details behind the heroic acts pictured in a poster about two African-American soldiers in World War I? Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) helps find the answer. Then, is this a hand-drawn map of Valley Forge that George Washington used during the American Revolution? And does a Tucson man own one of the first transistor radios ever made? Finally, after 70 years, a Washington man wonders whether a business card ties his father to Prohibition-era underworld crime. D

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View Mountain     
Monday
October 15, 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.
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