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January 4, 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.
12:00 am 
Global Voices  "Welcome to the World"  Is it worse to be born poor than to die poor? 130 million babies are born each year, and not one of them decides where they'll be born or how they'll live. In Cambodia, you're likely to be born to a family living on less than $1/day. In Sierra Leone chances of surviving the first year are half those of the worldwide average. D

1:00 am 
PBS NewsHour   NULL

2:00 am 
Nightly Business Report   Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the automakers didn't sell as many cars in December as many had hoped and now some are wondering if the slowing pace of sales will continue in the months ahead. And, as equities surge, corporate pension funds are the healthiest they've been in six years. D

2:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   Nia Long (actress). D

3:00 am 
Refuge: Stories of the Selfhelp Home   In the late 1930s - with the violence and destruction of Kristallnacht foreshadowing the devastation of European Jewry - a determined group of German-Jewish refugees left behind well-established lives and most of their possessions and immigrated to Chicago. There, they set out to create a supportive community for themselves and other German, Austrian and Czech Jews fleeing Nazi persecution. Eventually, they founded Selfhelp, an organization providing temporary housing, food, English classes, job placement and, in 1950, a residential home for elderly emigres and Holocaust survivors. D

4:00 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   A look ahead at the likely top religion and ethics stories of 2014 - Washington Post Columnist E.J. Dionne, Kevin Eckstrom, Editor-in-Chief of Religion News Service and Kim Lawton, Managing Editor of Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly join host Bob Abernethy to anticipate the likely top religion and ethics stories to come in 2014. Will Pope Francis's worldwide popularity begin to wane? What will the Supreme Court say about prayer before public meetings and the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act? What story is already looming that might turn into a surprise?. D

4:30 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Great Value Investors"  Guests: Tom Russo, Partner, Gardner Russo & Gardner; Wallace Weitz, President, Portfolio Manager, Weitz Funds. This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack features a rare get-together with two value investors who have outstanding track records: Weitz Funds' Wally Weitz and investment advisor Tom Russo discuss the different places each is finding value, and why Warren Buffet is their investment hero. D

5:00 am 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   This Week on TO THE CONTRARY: A special documentary episode on how family planning can save women and girls around the world. Featuring interviews with Melinda Gates, Mandy Moore, Barbara Bush, and other advocates and leaders. D

5:30 am 
Asia Insight   NULL

6:00 am 
Global Voices  "Land Rush"  How do you feed the world? 75% of Mali's population are farmers, but rich, land-hungry nations like China and Saudi Arabia are leasing Mali's land in order to turn large areas into agribusiness farMs. Many Malian peasants do not welcome these efforts, seeing them as yet another manifestation of imperialism. As Mali experiences a military coup, the developers are scared off ? but can Mali's farmers combat food shortages and escape poverty on their own terms?. D

7:00 am 
Global Voices  "Education Education"  What does an education get you? In ancient times in China, education was the only way out of poverty, in recent times it has been the best way. China's economic boom and talk of the merits of hard work have created an expectation that to study is to escape poverty. But these days China's higher education system only leads to jobs for a few, educating a new generation to unemployment and despair. D

8:00 am 
Global Voices  "Welcome to the World"  Is it worse to be born poor than to die poor? 130 million babies are born each year, and not one of them decides where they'll be born or how they'll live. In Cambodia, you're likely to be born to a family living on less than $1/day. In Sierra Leone chances of surviving the first year are half those of the worldwide average. D

9:00 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Great Value Investors"  Guests: Tom Russo, Partner, Gardner Russo & Gardner; Wallace Weitz, President, Portfolio Manager, Weitz Funds. This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack features a rare get-together with two value investors who have outstanding track records: Weitz Funds' Wally Weitz and investment advisor Tom Russo discuss the different places each is finding value, and why Warren Buffet is their investment hero. D

9:30 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   A look ahead at the likely top religion and ethics stories of 2014 - Washington Post Columnist E.J. Dionne, Kevin Eckstrom, Editor-in-Chief of Religion News Service and Kim Lawton, Managing Editor of Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly join host Bob Abernethy to anticipate the likely top religion and ethics stories to come in 2014. Will Pope Francis's worldwide popularity begin to wane? What will the Supreme Court say about prayer before public meetings and the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act? What story is already looming that might turn into a surprise?. D

10:00 am 
Idaho Reports 2014   New co-hosts Aaron Kunz and Melissa Davlin with analysts, experts and state officials examine issues expected to be considered during the new legislative session, which will be called to order January 6.G

11:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Working for Wildlife"  Professionals and volunteers are in forests and fields - even cities - throughout Idaho working to increase knowledge about wildlife and its chances for survival. Cameras capture "deer tackling" in eastern Idaho; follow scientists and volunteers through deep snows to radio collar the seldom-seen elusive wolverine; and visit a woman raising orphan bears in her backyard in Garden City, adjacent to Boise.G

11:30 am 
Dialogue  "Coming to My Senses"  Idaho native Alyssa Harad tells how she became obsessed with perfume and its powers and wrote her book Coming to My Senses. Now a resident of Texas, she and host Marcia Franklin discuss what she learned and experienced while learning and experimenting with perfume.G

12:00 pm 
Global Voices  "Land Rush"  How do you feed the world? 75% of Mali's population are farmers, but rich, land-hungry nations like China and Saudi Arabia are leasing Mali's land in order to turn large areas into agribusiness farMs. Many Malian peasants do not welcome these efforts, seeing them as yet another manifestation of imperialism. As Mali experiences a military coup, the developers are scared off ? but can Mali's farmers combat food shortages and escape poverty on their own terms?. D

1:00 pm 
Global Voices  "Education Education"  What does an education get you? In ancient times in China, education was the only way out of poverty, in recent times it has been the best way. China's economic boom and talk of the merits of hard work have created an expectation that to study is to escape poverty. But these days China's higher education system only leads to jobs for a few, educating a new generation to unemployment and despair. D

2:00 pm 
Global Voices  "Welcome to the World"  Is it worse to be born poor than to die poor? 130 million babies are born each year, and not one of them decides where they'll be born or how they'll live. In Cambodia, you're likely to be born to a family living on less than $1/day. In Sierra Leone chances of surviving the first year are half those of the worldwide average. D

3:00 pm 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   This Week on TO THE CONTRARY: A special documentary episode on how family planning can save women and girls around the world. Featuring interviews with Melinda Gates, Mandy Moore, Barbara Bush, and other advocates and leaders. D

3:30 pm 
Asia Insight   NULL

4:00 pm 
Global 3000  "Cell Phones and Development: Start-Up Boom In Kenya"  Augmenting Humanity - Biopunks - IT developer Tim Cannon is a biohacker from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He invents devices and programs software that can measure and analyze bodily functions - as implants in the human body. They go by names like BIO Curious, Grindhouse, Wetware and Genspace. D

4:30 pm 
Linkasia   NULL

5:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "State of Conflict: North Carolina"  First it was Wisconsin. Now it's North Carolina that is redefining the term "battleground state." On one side: a right wing government enacting laws that are changing the face of the state. D

6:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Working for Wildlife"  Professionals and volunteers are in forests and fields - even cities - throughout Idaho working to increase knowledge about wildlife and its chances for survival. Cameras capture "deer tackling" in eastern Idaho; follow scientists and volunteers through deep snows to radio collar the seldom-seen elusive wolverine; and visit a woman raising orphan bears in her backyard in Garden City, adjacent to Boise.G

6:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Coming to My Senses"  Idaho native Alyssa Harad tells how she became obsessed with perfume and its powers and wrote her book Coming to My Senses. Now a resident of Texas, she and host Marcia Franklin discuss what she learned and experienced while learning and experimenting with perfume.G

7:00 pm 

7:30 pm 
European Journal  "Belgium: Manager with a Big Heart"  Greece: The orphans of Alexandroupoli - The tragic story of the refugee boat that sank off the coast of Lampedusa shocked people across Europe. The disaster took more than 200 lives, many of them children. Europe faces a dilemma: as its borders are tightened, refugees become increasingly desperate to reach the continent. D

8:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "The New Public"  The New Public follows the lives of the ambitious educators and lively students of Bed Stuy's new Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School (BCAM) over the course of the founding year, with the filmmakers returning three years later to again document the senior year of that first graduating class. Beginning in August 2006, just days before BCAM will open its doors for the first time. Dr. James O'Brien, former D.J. D

10:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "State of Conflict: North Carolina"  First it was Wisconsin. Now it's North Carolina that is redefining the term "battleground state." On one side: a right wing government enacting laws that are changing the face of the state. D

11:00 pm 
Linkasia   NULL

11:30 pm 

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Mountain Time
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Saturday
January 4, 2014
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View Prime Time
View Full Day
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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