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.

7:00 PMNickel, the Treasure of Kanak 
A profile the Kanak people, the indigenous Melanesian inhabitants of New Caledonia in the South Pacific, and their exploitation by the nickel extraction industry.
8:00 PMDemocracy Now!    new  
9:00 PMIndian Country Today News    new  
9:30 PMMixed Blessings 
Mick's father appears unexpectedly; an impromptu wrestling match unfolds at Josie's surprise birthday party.
10:00 PMNative Shorts 
Short films are showcased. Included: interviews with the filmmakers.
10:30 PMKVCaRts 
Conclusion. An interview with the San Francisco-based art and music collective Audiopharmacy.
11:00 PMArkansas' First People 
Perspectives on American Indian cultural legacy, archaeological data, and interviews with modern tribal representatives
12:30 AMDeep Time 
A look at a 21st-century oil boom in North Dakota and how it altered the landscape and the lives of its residents, including indigenous people, ranchers and politicians.
2:30 AMDown the Mighty River 
A look at divisions created in the Cree community by the decision to proceed with hydroelectric development on the Rupert River.
3:00 AMWapos Bay 
T-Bear falls for a carnival girl; Raven catches the chicken pox.
3:30 AMunderEXPOSED 
Gracey is commissioned by Pedal Magazine to shoot the 45 NRTH Triple Crown fat bike event, at which riders face 13.7 km of snow-covered single track and double track that shoulders the North Saskatchewan River.
4:00 AMNative Shorts 
Short films are showcased. Included: interviews with the filmmakers.
4:30 AMStudio 49 
Native hip-hop artist Quese IMC is spotlighted.
5:00 AMArkansas' First People 
Perspectives on American Indian cultural legacy, archaeological data, and interviews with modern tribal representatives
6:30 AMDeep Time 
A look at a 21st-century oil boom in North Dakota and how it altered the landscape and the lives of its residents, including indigenous people, ranchers and politicians.

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