WEIU FNX TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WEIU FNX in the Champgn&Sprnfld

This is the WEIU FNX TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Champgn&Sprnfld. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

9:00 AMWaabiny Time 
Lee West and Kylie Farmer educate children about the Noongar language and culture.
10:00 AMTiga Talk! 
Tiga is not good at listening.
10:30 AMTansi Nehiyawetan 
The kids visit a music store and try to play some instruments.
11:00 AMWapos Bay 
Talon, T-Bear, Devon and Kohkum Mary are stranded on an island.
11:30 AMArt Zone 
12:00 PMFinding Our Talk 
A look at the history of the Cree Language Immersion Program.
12:30 PMCooking With the Wolfman 
A program on aboriginal food preparation.
1:00 PMUntamed Gourmet 
Chefs and cookbook authors Dolly McRae and Annie Watts forage for wild ingredients near their home in Port Alberni, British Columbia. While Annie goes commercial fishing at night, Dolly gathers wild crab apples, kelp, and wild cherries. The mother-daughter team then collaborate to create a traditional feast over an open fire.
1:30 PMFirst Talk 
Key issues in rural and urban aboriginal communities are discussed.
2:00 PMIndian Country Today News 
2:30 PMDab Iyiyuu 
Freddy Jolly of Nemaska demonstrates how to trap a bear near the Rupert River.
3:00 PMSamaqan: Water Stories 
George gives a lesson about the Alberta Oil Sands development and fights an often lonely battle against the energy-dependent province he lives in.
3:30 PMunderEXPOSED 
Gracey is commissioned by professional mountain biker Ryan Leech to help promote his new how-to instructional videos by taking some good still photographs in her own backyard of Vancouver.
4:00 PMHit the Ice 
A group of new prospects touch down in Ch√Ęteauguay, Quebec, in the Season 3 opener. Right from the start, the players are put through the paces by their coaches.
4:30 PMFrom the Spirit 
Profiling John Farcy Jr. and his pointillism technique.
5:00 PMStorytellers in Motion    new  
5:30 PMOn Native Ground: Youth Report 
A report from the 2013 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
6:00 PMFirst Talk 
Key issues in rural and urban aboriginal communities are discussed.
6:30 PMMake Prayers to the Raven 
Athapascan Indians' close connection to nature. Narrator: Barry Lopez.
7:00 PMWashakie: Last Chief of the Shoshone 
A profile of Chief Washakie of the Shoshone tribe includes archival documents and comments from his descendents.
8:00 PMDemocracy Now!    new  
9:00 PMIndian Country Today News    new  

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