GRBC TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for GRBC in the Phoenix (Prescott) Area

This is the GRBC 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.

5:00 PMTelling The Truth About California Missions 
This film reveals little known facts about mission founder Junipero Serra, and the punishments inflicted on Native Americans.
5:30 PMLived History: The Story of the Wind River 
6:00 PMDemocracy Now!    new  
7:00 PMIndian Country Today News    new  
7:30 PMFish Out of Water 
Don and Dawn travel to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta to explore the ways of the Aseniwuche Winewak nation.
8:00 PMCashing In 
Casino mogul Matthew Tommy wants his son, Justin, to learn the family business, so he sends him on a trip with his top executive, Liz, to rural Manitoba to secure new real estate.
8:30 PMStudio 49 
Lakota John shares his brand of Piedmont Blues music, featuring his father Sweet Papa John on harmonica.
9:00 PMWapos Bay: Long Goodbyes 
Following the adventures of three Cree children in northern Saskatchewan.
10:13 PMHow People Got Fire 
An animated short about a 12-year-old First Nations girl who listens to a traditional tale told by her grandmother.
10:30 PMSousa on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum 
The histories of four community-based tribal bands, including the Iroquois Indian Band from New York; Fort Mojave Tribal Band from Needles, Cal.; the Zuni Pueblo Band from New Mexico; and the Navajo Nation Band from Arizona.
11:00 PMMohawk Girls 
A comedy about four twentysomething Mohawk women who are trying to find love and happiness, while at the same time having to contend with family pressure, tradition, obligation and the freedom that the ''outside world'' has to offer.
12:00 AMIndian Pride 
John Echohawk (Native American Rights Fund) is interviewed about the sovereignty of Indian nations.
12:30 AMOskayak Down Under 
The students apply for passports, and meet with the Saskatoon police chief to talk about the possibility of obtaining a pardon in the event they have criminal records.
1:00 AMWapos Bay 
A mysterious boy appears in Wapos Bay.
1:30 AMSharing Circle 
A look at a social phenomenon that has created an ethno-cultural epidemic.
2:00 AMUrban Native Girl 
Lisa sends writer and Six Nations part-time resident Falen Johnson into her reserve to explore the push and pull of life there.
2:30 AMHit the Ice 
Now that the 2017 roster has been set, the players look forward to a few weeks of hard work with their teammates. John hosts his first real practice and the players get a sense of his style.
3:00 AMWapos Bay: Long Goodbyes 
Following the adventures of three Cree children in northern Saskatchewan.
4:13 AMHow People Got Fire 
An animated short about a 12-year-old First Nations girl who listens to a traditional tale told by her grandmother.
4:30 AMSousa on the Rez: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum 
The histories of four community-based tribal bands, including the Iroquois Indian Band from New York; Fort Mojave Tribal Band from Needles, Cal.; the Zuni Pueblo Band from New Mexico; and the Navajo Nation Band from Arizona.
5:00 AMMohawk Girls 
A comedy about four twentysomething Mohawk women who are trying to find love and happiness, while at the same time having to contend with family pressure, tradition, obligation and the freedom that the ''outside world'' has to offer.

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