WMBQ First Nations Experience (FNX) TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WMBQ First Nations Experience (FNX) in the New York Area

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

6:30 PMFuture History 
Kris and Sarain delve into questions of culture and how it shapes indigenous people.
7:00 PMThe New Zealanders 
8:00 PMIndigenous Focus 
8:30 PMOsiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People 
9:00 PMWild Archaeology 
9:30 PMWapos Bay 
T-Bear believes an alien invasion is imminent when strange lights and sounds are seen and heard around town.
10:00 PMHit the Ice 
After starting the day with a weak practice, the boys show some much-needed focus, a quality that comes in handy during an end-of-day competition combining tag and archery.
10:30 PMTribal Police Files 
A violent domestic dispute is defused; a gun is drawn for the first time; and a suspect is taken in for harassing his bank manager.
11:00 PMCashing In 
11:30 PMHard 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.
12:00 AMThe Invisible Nation 
The Algonquin balance was upset when the Europeans arrived in the 16th century.
1:35 AMThe Sacred Sundance: The Transfer of a Ceremony 
The ancient Sundance ceremony practiced by the Mi'kmaq is celebrated in New Brunswick.
3:00 AMOsiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People 
3:30 AMNative Report 
Medical students prepare for their residencies. Matthew Teutimez battles a blood disorder and champions herbal medicine to treat himself and elders.
4:00 AMTribal Police Files 
Sgt. Martin recalls a drug arrest in a vehicle.
4:30 AMunderEXPOSED 
Gracey meets up again with Brett Tippie and goes back to where his freeride mountain bike career all started, Kamloops British Columbia. Included: Gracey recaptures Brett's magazine cover shots from his early career.
5:00 AMSeeing the USA 
Brandy explores Alaska.
5:30 AMIndigenous Day Live 2018 
William Prince, Kelly Fraser, Sister Says, and Shauit perform.
6:00 AMThe Invisible Nation 
The Algonquin balance was upset when the Europeans arrived in the 16th century.

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