KRDK First Nations Experience TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KRDK First Nations Experience in the Fargo

This is the KRDK 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.

12:30 PMCooking With the Wolfman 
A program on aboriginal food preparation.
1:00 PMTravel & Delights 
1:30 PMFirst Talk 
Key issues in rural and urban aboriginal communities are discussed.
2:00 PMIndian Country Today News 
2:30 PMFuture History 
Sarain and Kris explore the world of Archeology. They dig deeper into the preservation and protection of artifacts.
3:00 PMCreative Native 
A spotlight on aboriginal artists and craftspeople.
3:30 PMunderEXPOSED 
Gallup suggests that Mason and Gracey capture something new and emerging, and so they work with Reagan Sieg from Timbersled Snow Bikes on an epic backcountry photo shoot in the Monashee Mountains of British Columbia.
4:00 PMWorking It Out Together 
Alexa meets with a therapist; Marie Celine discusses her troubled relationship with her sister and learns about more healthful options for her diet; Derek is impressed by Kahentisakhe.
4:30 PMHit the Ice 
The team plays its first showcase game, and an injury has lasting effects on the dressing room.
5:00 PMThe New Zealanders 
6:00 PMFirst Talk 
Key issues in rural and urban aboriginal communities are discussed.
6:30 PMPeople of the Pines 
A look at the mid-1900s focuses on the gold rush, California statehood and reservations.
7:00 PMTears of Our Ancestors 
8:00 PMDemocracy Now!    new  
9:00 PMIndian Country Today News    new  
10:00 PMNative Shorts 
Short films are showcased. Included: interviews with the filmmakers.
10:30 PMKVCaRts 
An interview with poet and hip-hop artist Sista Eyerie.
11:00 PMLost Bones: In Search of Sitting Bull's Grave 
A documentary about Sitting Bull, examining his accomplishments and the mystery of his final resting place. Included: his great-grandson Ernie Lapointe and Standing Rock Sioux Reservation chairman Ron His Horse Is Thunder.
12:00 AMGringo Favelado 
A look inside the self-branded Marvellous City.

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