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Programs for KVPT-DT4 on Saturday, March 23, 2019
12:00 AM
The PBS NewsHour (HD, Repeat) Highly regarded anchors and senior correspondents present a commercial-free hour of in-depth reporting on various significant occurrences around the world.
1:00 AM
Amanpour and Company (HD, Repeat) Host Christiane Amanpour has wide-ranging, in-depth conversations with leaders and influencers about politics, business, technology, art, science and sports.
2:00 AM
Reel South Alabama Bound (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
3:00 AM
Second Opinion: Taking Charge of Your Health Care Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Repeat, TV-PG) Former U.S. Marine Zachary Bell shares his story; leading experts discuss the causes of PTSD and five signs that point to the disorder.
3:30 AM
Consuelo Mack Wealth Track (New, TV-G) Consuelo Mack discusses strategies for successful long term investing, including investing in diverse assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate and art.
4:00 AM
To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe Women's History - The Final State to Ratify the 19th Amendment (HD, New) Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.); Megan Beyer of the Women in Public Service Project; Tiana Lowe of the Washington Examiner; Republican strategist Rina Shah.
4:30 AM
Washington Week (HD, New) Washington's top journalists participate in an in-depth analysis of the major news events that are currently affecting the entire nation.
5:00 AM
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.
7:00 AM
Shot in Mexico (Repeat)
8:00 AM
Consuelo Mack Wealth Track (Repeat, TV-G) Consuelo Mack discusses strategies for successful long term investing, including investing in diverse assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate and art.
8:30 AM
Second Opinion: Taking Charge of Your Health Care Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Repeat, TV-PG) Former U.S. Marine Zachary Bell shares his story; leading experts discuss the causes of PTSD and five signs that point to the disorder.
9:00 AM
POV 306 Hollywood (HD, Repeat, TV-14) Two siblings undertake an archaeological excavation of their deceased grandmother's house to discover what life remains in the objects she left behind.
11:00 AM
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.
1:00 PM
Shot in Mexico (Repeat)
2:00 PM
To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe Women's History - The Final State to Ratify the 19th Amendment (HD, Repeat) Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.); Megan Beyer of the Women in Public Service Project; Tiana Lowe of the Washington Examiner; Republican strategist Rina Shah.
2:30 PM
Washington Week (HD, Repeat) Washington's top journalists participate in an in-depth analysis of the major news events that are currently affecting the entire nation.
3:00 PM
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.
3:30 PM
Firing Line with Margaret Hoover Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair (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.
4:00 PM
It's All in the Game: The Leta Andrews Story (HD, Repeat, TV-G)
5:00 PM
American Masters Althea (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Prominent political and sports figures discuss the life and career of Althea Gibson, the first African American tennis player to win the Wimbledon tournament.
6:30 PM
A Harpist's Legacy: Ann Hobson Pilot and the Sound of Change (TV-G) Ann Hobson Pilot overcame many barriers to become the world's most renowned harpist and the first African-American principle player in a major orchestra.
7:00 PM
America ReFramed 100 Years (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.
8:30 PM
Return: Native American Women Reclaim Foodways for Health and Spirit (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) In response to the diabetes epidemic, Native American women across the United States return to ancestral practices for healthier eating and living.
9:00 PM
American Masters Althea (HD, Repeat, TV-PG) Prominent political and sports figures discuss the life and career of Althea Gibson, the first African American tennis player to win the Wimbledon tournament.
10:30 PM
A Harpist's Legacy: Ann Hobson Pilot and the Sound of Change (Repeat, TV-G) Ann Hobson Pilot overcame many barriers to become the world's most renowned harpist and the first African-American principle player in a major orchestra.
11:00 PM
America ReFramed 100 Years (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.
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