This is the KAET World TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Phoenix (Prescott) Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|9:30 AM||The Good Road |
Punk rocker Kyaw Kyaw helps street kids through food distributions and reading projects in Myanmar.
|10:00 AM||Local, USA |
|10:30 AM||Stories From the Stage |
Topics include: the concepts of sports and competition.
|11:00 AM||By One Vote: Woman Suffrage in the South |
Legislators in Nashville, Tennessee cast the deciding vote to ratify the 19th Amendment in 1920.
|12:00 PM||NOVA |
How predictions underpin nearly every aspect of life and why some succeed spectacularly while others fail.
|1:00 PM||Changing Seas |
Featuring the Cordell Bank, a magical underwater island few people have ever heard of. Located only 50 miles northwest of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge and protected inside a National Marine Sanctuary, this oasis is an ecological hot spot for marine life, attracting birds, sea turtles and marine mammals from thousands of miles away.
|1:30 PM||Changing Seas |
The Season 8 premiere examines sponges, which may have been Earth's first animal. There's not total agreement, however. Some scientists posit that ctenophores, aka comb jellies, were the first.
|2:00 PM||Civilizations |
The role of art in the forging of humanity. Included: images and artifacts found in Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia and South America. The series premiere.
|3:00 PM||Africa's Great Civilisations |
Henry shines a light on the cosmopolitan cities that dotted Africa during the Middle Ages. From 1000 to 1600, commerce, wealth and prosperity expanded across Africa, building new cities and founding new states that mark this golden age.
|4:00 PM||The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross |
Chronicling 1897-1940, when African-Americans struggled to succeed within a segregated society; and when many migrated from the South to the North and West. Also recalled are such leaders as Ida B. Wells, W.E.B. Du Bois and Booker T. Washington.
|5:00 PM||Rick Steves' Europe |
A tour of the Netherlands stops in Haarlem, Rotterdam and Delft; and explores Zuiderzee, an area of land reclaimed from an inlet. Included: cheese markets; dikes; and windmills.
|5:30 PM||DW News |
European and international news.
|6:00 PM||Articulate With Jim Cotter |
Tod Williams, Billie Tsien, and Carmen Maria Machado are spotlighted.
|6:30 PM||Art in the 48 |
|7:30 PM||DW News |
European and international news.
|8:00 PM||America ReFramed |
A profile of DJ Savarese, a young writer and advocate for nonspeaking autistics.
|9:00 PM||Hearts of Glass new |
Vertical Harvest is a year-round urban farm in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Built on just one-tenth of an acre, the high-tech greenhouse grows an amount of produce equivalent to 10 acres of traditional farmland. A portrait of one community's attempt to address pressing issues around local food production, inclusion and opportunity, by telling the story of how this innovative farm provides meaningful employment for people with developmental disabilities.
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