This is the KNDB First Nations Experience TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Minot. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|2:30 PM||Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People new |
Perry Vanbuskirk passes on the knowledge and weaponry of Cherokee ancestors
|3:00 PM||Creative Native |
A spotlight on aboriginal artists and craftspeople.
|3:30 PM||underEXPOSED |
Hockey Now commissions Gracey to shoot one of the top goal scorers in the Canadian Women's Hockey League.
|4:00 PM||Fit First |
The participants learn about style and fashion to accommodate their new figures.
|4:30 PM||Hit the Ice |
The coaches change their plans due to a large number of injuries. After a tiring day at the rink, the players get an unusual break: a paranormal excursion to some of Winnipeg's most haunted places.
|5:00 PM||Future History |
Kris and Sarain delve into questions of culture and how it shapes indigenous people.
|5:30 PM||Common Ground |
The Headwaters School of Music offers several creative outlets for its students.
|6:00 PM||First Talk |
Key issues in rural and urban aboriginal communities are discussed.
|6:30 PM||Making Regalia |
The beading lesson continues.
|7:00 PM||Rethinking Blackduck Pottery |
|8:00 PM||Democracy Now! new |
|9:00 PM||Indian Country Today News new |
|9:30 PM||Mixed Blessings |
Kate's biological clock starts ticking; Doreen hires a wedding planner; Tazz experiences some hesitancy.
|10:00 PM||Chaos & Courage |
Native Canadian men and women from three different British Columbia communities are celebrated for doing their part to protect and conserve wildlife, including whales, salmon and falcons.
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