This is the WRJK 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 AM||Cousins Across The Sea |
|1:00 AM||Mad Cow, Sacred Cow |
Global food production and related issues concerning beef and farming are examined.
|2:00 AM||Indian Pride |
An overview of Native American history, with Dr. Duane Champagne, director of the UCLA American Indian Studies Center.
|2:30 AM||Oskayak Down Under |
The students return to Saskatoon and share their experiences in Australia and New Zealand with their classmates, and also finish making their documentary, which is shown at a local theater.
|3:00 AM||Wapos Bay |
An art piece goes missing.
|3:30 AM||Sharing Circle |
The impact of hydro-electric power project development in Northern Manitoba over the last 40 years.
|4:00 AM||Urban Native Girl |
Everyone's late and falling behind for the feature spread photo shoot, as Lisa tries to pull it together. Dene designer Sage Paul, photographer Keesic Douglas and rising star models Logan Staats, Brendt Diabo, and Jayli Wolf are featured.
|4:30 AM||Hit the Ice |
An injury forces one player to sit out the end of the camp. The rest of the team put all their focus on the coming game during final practice, and then go to Montreal for a challenging escape game.
|5:00 AM||Circus Without Borders: The Story of Artcirq and Kalabante |
A profile of acrobats and friends from remote corners of the globe who share a dream of helping their struggling communities in Canada and Africa through circuses.
|6:00 AM||Cousins Across The Sea |
|7:00 AM||Inukshuk |
A journey to the Arctic to observe the ancient traditions and modern adaptations of the Inuit.
|8:00 AM||Fish Out of Water |
Don Kelly se rend dans des communautés aborigènes diverses afin d'apprendre leur culture.
|8:30 AM||Working It Out Together |
A picnic in the park involves forging a more healthful relationship with food. Also: an introduction to Zumba.
|9:00 AM||Waabiny Time |
|10:00 AM||Tiga Talk! |
A hurt paw and sore feet make the backyard friends realize the importance of these body parts.
|10:30 AM||Tansi Nehiyawetan |
The kids learn the value and history of storytelling.
|11:00 AM||Wapos Bay |
A mysterious boy appears in Wapos Bay.
|11:30 AM||Art Zone |
|12:00 PM||Finding Our Talk |
Examining the efforts of one community to revive their language and culture.
|12:30 PM||Cooking With the Wolfman |
A program on aboriginal food preparation.
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