This is the First Nations Experience TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Fargo. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|4:00 AM||Mixed Blessings |
Hank and Josie set out to buy a new house.
|4:30 AM||KVCaRts |
|5:00 AM||The Sun at Midnight |
A teenage runaway and a hunter searching for caribou in the Canadian Arctic form an unlikely bond when their paths cross in the wilderness. That bond is tested when the hunter is injured in a bear attack.
|6:35 AM||Legends From the Sky |
A Native American veteran searches for his grandfather after the government seizes their land.
|8:00 AM||Fish Out of Water |
The history and culture of the Squamish Nation are spotlighted.
|8:30 AM||Wassaja |
Carol Juneau had a simple idea: teach Indian education to all as a basic standard of citizenship.
|9:00 AM||Teepee Time |
Teepee goes to the toy store and to a birthday party for the first time.
|9:30 AM||Lakota Berenstain Bears |
A Lakota-language version of the children's series about two young bears and the life lessons they learn.
|10:00 AM||Tiga Talk! |
Gavin, Tiga, Gertie, and the kids learn to enjoy the things around them.
|10:30 AM||Yamba's Roadshow |
A traveling roadshow to improve children's health by promoting messages about healthy living to children in remote towns and communities.
|11:00 AM||Amy's Mythic Morning |
Amy and her friends learn about sharing.
|11:30 AM||Kagagi: The Raven |
A movie crew in town to shoot a film about a Native American superhero find themselves getting threatened by the Windigo, who vows to destroy them all. As Matt tries to keep everyone safe, he also struggles with keeping his secret identity under wraps.
|12:00 PM||Double Trouble |
A chance run-in between long-lost identical twins Kyanna and Yuma in Alice Springs leads to their decision to swap lives, with Kyanna traveling to Sydney with her father and Yuma trekking to an outback community where she meets her mom for the first time.
|12:30 PM||Cooking With the Wolfman |
A program on aboriginal food preparation.
|1:00 PM||Travel & Delights new |
|1:30 PM||Fit First |
The youth meet for their fitness tests and initial weigh-ins.
|2:00 PM||Native Planet |
Host Simon Baker travels to the top of the Andes in northern Chile, where a massive new mining project threatens the sacred glaciers of the Colla people, the only source of water in one of the driest paces on earth.
|3:00 PM||Storytellers in Motion |
|3:30 PM||Vitality Gardening |
Caroline Chartrand makes a natural salve for skin using calendula, comfrey, thyme and lavender. Also: a look at the therapeutic benefits of gardening; tips for caring for a cactus.
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