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Monday
7/16/18
 
Life on the Line It's About the Journey (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) An in-depth look is taken at some inspiring stories of human resilience, revealing the desire to overcome life's challenges that is in most people.
On Story Power: A Conversation with Courtney Kemp (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Filmmakers and screenwriters share the inspirational process that allows them to create the incredible work that has managed to get them notable acclaim.
POV Do Not Resist (HD, Repeat, TV-14) Over three years, director Craig Atkinson explores the rapid militarization of American police, which was sparked by the events of 9/11.
American Beat: Cops and Refugees Join Forces in Boise (HD, New, TV-G)
 
Tuesday
7/17/18
 
Independent Lens Chuck Norris vs Communism (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) The impact of bootleg copies of Hollywood films, which were smuggled into communist Romania and screened in secret, on the country's revolution is examined.
The Italian Americans Becoming Americans (1910-1930) (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) A look is taken at the various ways in which Italians adapted to life in America during the early 20th century, including giving up their old way of life.
America ReFramed On a Knife Edge (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Films that showcase contemporary reservations, big and small towns, and more reveal what life is like in places all over the United States.
 
Wednesday
7/18/18
 
Dreamers Theater (Repeat, TV-G) A profile features a group of performance artists from Richmond, Virginia, who choose to indulge their creative sides in spite of having cognitive disabilities.
Dream On (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Political comic John Fugelsang retraces Alexis de Tocqueville's famous journey across America to see if the American Dream is still alive.
POV Lindy Lou, Juror Number Two (HD, New, TV-PG) Living with unbearable guilt after sitting on a jury that sentenced a man to death, a woman named Lindy Lou tracks down her fellow jurors to find peace.
 
Thursday
7/19/18
 
Aurora: Fire in the Sky (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Indigenous legends about the origin and meaning of the aurora, a colorful glow that lights up the night sky in Earth's polar regions, are examined.
NOVA Treasures of the Earth: Metals (HD, Repeat, TV-G) The unique properties of metals such as gold, silver, iron and steel are examined, as well as their role in the advancement of human civilization.
Kingdoms of the Sky The Himalaya (New, TV-G) In the Himalayas, snub-nosed monkeys snuggle for warmth, a Buddhist monk meditates alone for months, and runners compete in the Everest Marathon.
 
Friday
7/20/18
 
The Statue of Liberty (HD, TV-PG, NR, ***) Viewers are provided with an informational perspective delving into the fascinating history that surrounds a towering symbol of American freedom.
10 Buildings that Changed America (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) As host Geoffrey Baer travels across the United States, he examines a number of buildings that have changed the way Americans live, work, learn and more.
10 That Changed America 10 Monuments That Changed America (HD, New, TV-G) Ten American monuments and the stories behind them are explored, as well as the ongoing political battles over what to do with monuments that are controversial.
 
Saturday
7/21/18
 
Focus on Europe (TV-G) Journalists, photographers and producers join together as they search for the political, economic and cultural landscape of Europe, including touching stories.
Firing Line with Margaret Hoover (New) Host Margaret Hoover invites the brightest minds and voices from across the ideological spectrum to have a civil debate about issues confronting the U.S.
Breaking Big Danai Gurira (HD, New, TV-PG) Native to Zimbabwe, writer Danai Gurira longed to bring African faces and voices to Broadway, but instead, she ended up starring in the film "Black Panther".
Poetry in America Those Winter Sundays - Robert Hayden (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Vice President Joe Biden, poet Elizabeth Alexander, and psychologist Angela Duckworth join Elisa to reflect on "Those Winter Sundays" by Robert Hayden.
American Masters Loretta Lynn (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) The country musician's origins, inspirations, personal life and professional success are explored through exclusive footage, photographs and interviews.
Sunday
7/22/18
 
1964: The Fight for a Right (Repeat, TV-PG) A look at American voting issues from the years, including the movement in 1964 in Mississippi in which people died to give African Americans voting rights.
Speakeasy Steve Earle and David Simon (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) A famous musician explores their storied career with the interviewer of their choice, with detailed insights and revealing anecdotes about their profession.
Earth's Natural Wonders Life at the Extremes: Surviving with Animals (HD, New, TV-PG) Wildlife is crucial for survival for the people of northern Australia, northern Siberia, and Vanuatu, but animals can be their enemies as well as their friends.
 
 
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Monday
7/23/18
 
Life on the Line The Lasting Impact (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) An in-depth look is taken at some inspiring stories of human resilience, revealing the desire to overcome life's challenges that is in most people.
On Story Script to Screen: American Gods (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Filmmakers and screenwriters share the inspirational process that allows them to create the incredible work that has managed to get them notable acclaim.
The White House: Inside Story (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Celebrating the White House's 200-year history, an informative portrait of the executive mansion combines photographs, video footage and interviews.
 
Tuesday
7/24/18
 
The Statue of Liberty (HD, TV-PG, NR, ***) Viewers are provided with an informational perspective delving into the fascinating history that surrounds a towering symbol of American freedom.
The Italian Americans Loyal Americans (1930-1945) (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) A second generation of Italian Americans enters the workforce, politics, entertainment and sports, but the outbreak of WWII leads to trouble.
America ReFramed By Blood (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Films that showcase contemporary reservations, big and small towns, and more reveal what life is like in places all over the United States.
Wednesday
7/25/18
 
Independent Lens Supergirl (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Naomi Kutin, an Orthodox Jewish girl from New Jersey who broke a powerlifting record at age 10, comes of age while fighting to hold on to her title.
POV The War to Be Her (HD, New, TV-PG) In the Taliban-controlled area of Waziristan in Pakistan, young squash player Maria Toorpakai disguises herself as a boy in order to compete in squash freely.
 
Thursday
7/26/18
 
Koko: The Gorilla Who Talks (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Rarely-seen footage reveals the remarkable life of Koko, a gorilla who has managed to learn sign language well enough to communicate with humans.
NOVA Treasures of the Earth: Power (HD, Repeat, TV-G) An exploration of Earth's natural "treasures" reveals how coal, oil and natural gas have powered the modern world while also inspiring cleaner forms of energy.
Kingdoms of the Sky The Andes (New, TV-G) The Andes, the longest mountain range in the world, are home to the flattest place on Earth, a bear enjoying hidden springs, and a grass bridge woven by Inca.
 
Friday
7/27/18
 
American Masters Ted Williams (HD, New, TV-14) Iconic figures tell the story of baseball player Ted Williams, who was entangled in complex relationships and shame over his Mexican-American background.
10 That Changed America 10 Parks that Changed America (HD, Repeat, TV-G) Parks that offer people living in urban areas a break from the city life are examined, including the squares in Georgia and a linear park in New York City.
10 That Changed America 10 Modern Marvels That Changed America (HD, New, TV-G) Visionary engineers who scoffed at the laws of nature, defied naysayers, and resisted gravity to undertake incredible feats of engineering are celebrated.
 
Saturday
7/28/18
 
Focus on Europe (TV-G) Journalists, photographers and producers join together as they search for the political, economic and cultural landscape of Europe, including touching stories.
Firing Line with Margaret Hoover (New) Host Margaret Hoover invites the brightest minds and voices from across the ideological spectrum to have a civil debate about issues confronting the U.S.
Breaking Big Jason Aldean (HD, New, TV-PG) Country singer Jason Aldean recounts how he battled constant setbacks early in his career, ultimately finding success once he adopted an unusual approach.
Poetry in America Hymmnn and Hum Bom - Allen Ginsberg (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Rock musician Bono and U.S. poet laureate Juan Felipe Herrera tackle two of Allen Ginsberg's poems, "Hum Bom" and the "Hymmnn" from "Kaddish."
American Masters Janis Joplin (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Revealing letters, archival performance footage and exclusive interviews shed light on the life and work of singer-songwriter Janis Joplin.
Sunday
7/29/18
« America ReFramed By Blood (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Films that showcase contemporary reservations, big and small towns, and more reveal what life is like in places all over the United States.
American Beat: Cops and Refugees Join Forces in Boise (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
Speakeasy Nick Mason and David Fricke (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) A famous musician explores their storied career with the interviewer of their choice, with detailed insights and revealing anecdotes about their profession.
Earth's Natural Wonders Life at the Extremes: Surviving Against the Odds (HD, New, TV-PG) Some people who live in the world's natural wonders must push themselves to extremes in order to survive, utilizing skill, ingenuity and bravery.
 
 
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