WYCC FNX TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WYCC FNX in the Chicago Area

This is the WYCC FNX TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Chicago Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

12:00 PMFinding Our Talk 
The Chitimacha Nation of Charenton teaches aids for a language that has no fluent speakers.
12:30 PMCooking With the Wolfman 
A program on aboriginal food preparation.
1:00 PMWild Kitchen 
Tiffany, Lawrence, Liz Nayally and sons build a tepee, hunt for grouse and cook fish in a ground oven.
1:30 PMFirst Talk 
Key issues in rural and urban aboriginal communities are discussed.
2:00 PMIndian Country Today News 
2:30 PMDab Iyiyuu 
Job and Mary share tips on building a trap, cleaning caribou hide and fishing. Also: a recipe for roast porcupine.
3:00 PMSamaqan: Water Stories 
3:30 PMunderEXPOSED 
Destination BC commissions Mason to shoot a social media resort tour through British Columbia. Meanwhile, Gracey shreds for fun and hits the ice.
4:00 PMHit the Ice 
Things get off to a bad start with a practice that upsets coach Chabot. Then, the boys negotiate a deal to get access to their phones, and finish off the day with some archery.
4:30 PMFrom the Spirit 
Ojibway painter Terry McCue is profiled.
5:00 PMStorytellers in Motion 
A spotlight on filmmaker Paul Rickard who creates films about his own culture and those of the First Nations communities.
5:30 PMOn Native Ground: Youth Report 
Anchors gather interviews with all the people that make a State Fair come to life.
6:00 PMFirst Talk 
Key issues in rural and urban aboriginal communities are discussed.
6:30 PMFNX Now Block 
7:00 PMFirst Nations Firestarter 
8:00 PMDemocracy Now!    new  
9:00 PMIndian Country Today News    new  
9:30 PMFish Out of Water 
Oconaluftee Indian Village in North Carolina is visited.
10:00 PMThe AUX 
Music videos showcasing artists from Native American and indigenous cultures around the world.
11:00 PMFirst Nations Comedy Experience 
Comedians include: Gigi Modrich; Chad Tahchawwickah; Tom Thakkar; and Candice Thompson.

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