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|1:00 PM||The Great American Read |
Literature's most notorious villains are examined. Many weren't born evil, but became that way when faced with some of the same choices people make every day. Included: what these villains can teach people about their own dark impulses.
|2:00 PM||The Windermere Children |
A group of refugee children in Windermere forge a strong bond among themselves to endure through the holocaust for a brighter future.
|3:30 PM||The Windermere Children: In Their Own Words |
|4:30 PM||Letters From Baghdad |
Remembering the extraordinary life of British aristocrat-turned-adventurer Gertrude Bell, who explored the Middle East in the late 19th century, served as a spy during World War I and helped set the borders of Iraq.
|6:00 PM||BBC World News America new |
A comprehensive news bulletin and analysis-based show.
|6:30 PM||BBC World News Outside Source |
|7:00 PM||PBS NewsHour new |
|8:00 PM||North Carolina Bookwatch |
|8:30 PM||Story in the Public Square |
|9:00 PM||Sci Nc |
|9:30 PM||Comic Culture |
|10:00 PM||Articulate With Jim Cotter |
Spotlighting Caroline Shaw, one of the most original new voices in contemporary music. Yet her latest project sees her turning her ears to, of all things, cover versions.
|10:30 PM||Reconnecting Roots |
Gabe McCauley finds out how America has managed to advance at such a significant rate.
|11:00 PM||PBS NewsHour |
|12:00 AM||Amanpour and Company |
|1:00 AM||North Carolina Bookwatch |
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