FNX TV Guide Listings

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

This is the FNX 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.

8:00 PMNative Shorts 
Short films are showcased. Included: interviews with the filmmakers.
8:30 PMThe AUX 
Music videos showcasing artists from Native American and indigenous cultures around the world.
9:30 PMMannahatta 
A weekly show presents reportages provided by "Al-Arabiya" reporters or other journalists from different parts of the world
9:46 PMShades of Life 
After hearing of the ghost on the mountain, a trio of siblings embark on an adventure to find her.
10:00 PMPotlatch Keepers 
Elders ask youth to return home to preserve their cultural keystone, the Potlatch.
11:00 PMSmokin' Fish 
A documentary about a Tlingit businessman who travels to his family's traditional fish camp to spend the summer. He reflects on his life and that of his people; and struggles with bills, the IRS and his business.
12:00 AMStorytellers in Motion 
Shirley Cheechoo discusses directing drama for film and television, the pressures to modify her vision to fit a mainstream audience, and her sudden shift to documentary at the request of James Bay Cree.
12:30 AMRez Rides 
Brian wants to expand his Mad Mohawk business beyond the reservation; Keith and Duane discuss the restoration of a rare Buick.
1:00 AMWapos Bay 
Talon, T-Bear, Devon and Kohkum Mary are stranded on an island.
1:30 AMSharing Circle 
2:00 AMThe AUX 
Music videos showcasing artists from Native American and indigenous cultures around the world.
3:00 AMMannahatta 
A weekly show presents reportages provided by "Al-Arabiya" reporters or other journalists from different parts of the world
3:16 AMShades of Life 
After hearing of the ghost on the mountain, a trio of siblings embark on an adventure to find her.
3:30 AMPotlatch Keepers 
Elders ask youth to return home to preserve their cultural keystone, the Potlatch.
4:30 AMMain Street, Wyoming 
A profile of photographer Sara Wiles, known for her pictures of the Northern Arapaho people on the Wind River Indian Reservation.
5:00 AMSmokin' Fish 
A documentary about a Tlingit businessman who travels to his family's traditional fish camp to spend the summer. He reflects on his life and that of his people; and struggles with bills, the IRS and his business.
6:00 AMFish Out of Water 
Haida Gwaii, or the Queen Charlotte Islands, home of Haida First Nation.
6:30 AMHit the Ice 
Two on-ice sessions give the coaches a look at the team and show the players the competition required.
7:00 AMWaabiny Time 
Lee West and Kylie Farmer educate children about the Noongar language and culture.
8:00 AMTiga Talk! 
Gertie finds a way to cheer up Tiga.

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