KVCR First Nations Experience (FNX) TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KVCR First Nations Experience (FNX) in the Los Angeles Area

This is the KVCR First Nations Experience (FNX) TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Los Angeles Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

7:30 PMTribal Police Files 
Sgt. Stinson recalls attempted water rescue. Inter-tribal peacekeepers hold a feather ceremony.
8:30 PMSeeing Canada 
Brandy explores the delights of the Okanagan in British Columbia. Then, she learns to sail and find amethyst in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
9:00 PMMore Than a Word 
A look at the movement to change the nickname of Washington, D.C.'s NFL franchise.
10:30 PMOla I Ka Wai 
12:00 AMTOA Hunter Gatherer 
Out of his comfort zone, Toa Hunter Gatherer is taken into the deep blue of Gisborne.
12:30 AMHard Rock Medical 
Half the class visits a tent city on the outskirts of Sudbury where they endeavour to help a host of people living in a makeshift shanty town.
1:00 AMChaos & Courage 
Three women who have walked away from gang life share their stories.
1:30 AMunderEXPOSED 
Gracey is commissioned by professional mountain biker Ryan Leech to help promote his new how-to instructional videos by taking some good still photographs in her own backyard of Vancouver.
2:30 AMSeeing Canada 
Brandy explores the delights of the Okanagan in British Columbia. Then, she learns to sail and find amethyst in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
3:00 AMMore Than a Word 
A look at the movement to change the nickname of Washington, D.C.'s NFL franchise.
4:30 AMOla I Ka Wai 
6:00 AMIndian Country Today 
6:30 AMFit First 
The youth are challenged by dietician Kristy Leavitt to shop & prepare a healthy dish.
7:00 AMTeepee Time 
Teepee constructs a birdhouse. Then, he goes to the store.
7:30 AMWaabiny Time 

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