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January 18, 2014
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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.
3:15 am 
300 Miles to Freedom   On June 4, 1844, John W. Jones and four of his companions headed north. They were fugitive slaves who escaped bondage in Leesburg, Virginia. 300 Miles to Freedom chronicles John W. Jones' journey to freedom on the Underground Railroad and his remarkable life as a free man in Elmira, New York. D

4:00 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Ministry to the Poor in Camden, N.J. - Father Michael Doyle loves his parishioners and tries to help them, but he tells Lucky Severson that conditions in Camden are worse now than they were when he came here from Ireland, 39 years ago. His church, Sacred Heart, has founded a school, and has helped build 250 homes. D

4:30 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Legendary Investors' Predictions Part 2"  Guests: Ed Hyman, Chairman, ISI Group; Bill Miller, Portfolio Manager, Legg Mason Opportunity Trust. This week Consuelo Mack WealthTrack features part two of its exclusive television interview with Wall Street legends Ed Hyman and Bill Miller. Where do both pros think there is the most money to be made this year? Hyman gives his "one free pass" for investors and Miller shares his two "no brainers. D

5:00 am 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   Pregnant Women Cautioned Against Drinking Water in WVa; "Female Viagra" Drug Rejected by FDA; UN vs. Catholic Church on Sex Abuse Scandal. PANELISTS: NPR Program Host Avis Jones DeWeever, Conservative Commentator Darlene Kennedy, RH Reality Check Editor at Large Erin Matson, Republican Strategist Rina Shah, Environmental Working Group Executive Director Heather White. D

5:30 am 
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6:00 am 
1964: American Experience   Based on The Last Innocent Year: America in 1964, by journalist Jon Margolis, this film follows some of the prominent figures of the time - Lyndon B. Johnson, Martin Luther King Jr., Barry Goldwater and Betty Friedan. It brings out from the shadows the actions of ordinary Americans whose frustrations, ambitions, and anxieties began to turn the country onto a different course.G

8:00 am 
Poisoner's Handbook: American Experience   Early 20th century American homes are stocked with poisons. From radioactive radium in health tonics to thallium in depilatory creams, from morphine in teething medicine to potassium cyanide in cleaning supplies, the tools to murder by poison multiply with industrial innovation. But the scientific knowledge (and political will) to detect and prevent the crimes lag behind.G

10:00 am 
Idaho Reports 2014   New co-hosts Melissa Davlin and Aaron Kunz are joined weekly by political analysts Betsy Russell and Jim Weatherby along with other news professionals to help provide a firsthand account of the week's events at the Idaho Legislature.G

11:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Trip to the Moon"  One early traveler called it the strangest 75 square miles in North America. Characterized by one of the only continental hot spots in the world, Craters of the Moon encompasses three quarters of a million acres of lava flows, sagebrush, rolling hills... and a few surprises. Part of it is managed by the National Park Service, as a national monument. And it may be as close as any of us will ever come to a trip to the moon.G

11:30 am 
Dialogue  "Preserving Public Memory"  Brent Glass, director emeritus of the Smithsonian's Museum of American History, talks about the ways in which museums, historical sites and memorials are increasingly involving the public in their exhibits, and the importance of preserving public memory.G

12:00 pm 
Independent Lens  "At Berkeley"  Documentarian Frederick Wiseman turns his lens on the University of California at Berkeley, one of the world's finest research and teaching facilities. Without narration or interviews, Wiseman takes the viewer from faculty meetings to classrooms, from financial aid seminars to research laboratories, to show the myriad aspects of campus life. Filmed during the 2010 fall semester, the four-hour film reveals the administration's struggles to maintain the academic excellence, public role and diversity of the student body in the face of drastic budget cuts.G

4:30 pm 
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5:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "Neil deGrasse Tyson on Science, Religion and the Universe"  Spacetime Odyssey on the National Geographic Channel and Fox TV. Tyson speculates not only on the nature of our expanding, accelerating universe and the dark energy and dark matter that may control its destiny but on the possibility of many parallel universes. "Why should nature make anything in ones?" he asks. D

5:30 pm 
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6:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Trip to the Moon"  One early traveler called it the strangest 75 square miles in North America. Characterized by one of the only continental hot spots in the world, Craters of the Moon encompasses three quarters of a million acres of lava flows, sagebrush, rolling hills... and a few surprises. Part of it is managed by the National Park Service, as a national monument. And it may be as close as any of us will ever come to a trip to the moon.G

6:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Preserving Public Memory"  Brent Glass, director emeritus of the Smithsonian's Museum of American History, talks about the ways in which museums, historical sites and memorials are increasingly involving the public in their exhibits, and the importance of preserving public memory.G

7:00 pm 

7:30 pm 
European Journal  "Belgium: Assisted Suicide for Minors?"  Spain: Lottery Tickets for Research - The Spanish government introduced strict austerity measures last year, aimed at reining in public debt. Now the country's scientists are feeling the pinch. The work of Luisa Botella, a genetic researcher in Madrid, offers the only hope for many patients suffering from the genetic disorder Osler-Weber-Rendu syndrome. D

8:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "My Brooklyn/Fate of a Salesman"  My Brooklyn is a documentary about Director Kelly Anderson?s personal journey, as a Brooklyn "gentrifier," to understand the forces reshaping her neighborhood along lines of race and class. The film asks how to heal the deep racial wounds embedded in our urban development patterns, and how citizens can become active in restoring democracy to a broken planning process. Fate of a Salesman is an intimate portrait of a way of life on the verge of disappearing. D

10:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "Neil deGrasse Tyson on Science, Religion and the Universe"  Spacetime Odyssey on the National Geographic Channel and Fox TV. Tyson speculates not only on the nature of our expanding, accelerating universe and the dark energy and dark matter that may control its destiny but on the possibility of many parallel universes. "Why should nature make anything in ones?" he asks. D

10:30 pm 
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January 18, 2014
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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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