KQED World TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KQED World in the Sacrmnto

This is the KQED World TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Sacrmnto. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

9:00 AMAmanpour and Company 
10:00 AMOverheard With Evan Smith 
Kathy Valentine, a member of the band The Go-Go's, talks about her career.
10:30 AMThe Open Mind 
Einat WilfIsraeli Politician (Ret.) discusses contemporary Western anti-Zionism, the advent of Arab Zionism, and the future of anti-Semitism.
11:00 AMFuture of Work 
Disruptions to the world of work are highlighted -- AI, robotics, globalization, labor practices. The pandemic is a new driver of change, with unemployment flipping from lowest in 50 years to highest in a century.
12:00 PMFuture of Work 
How humanity is preparing for the work of the future.
1:00 PMFuture of Work 
A look at whether America faces a "post-work" era or increased inequities in how employees make a living.
2:00 PMDw News 
News and analysis of the most important international and European topics are featured.
2:30 PMBBC World News America    new  
A comprehensive news bulletin and analysis-based show.
3:00 PMFrance 24 
A French newscast.
3:30 PMNHK Newsline    new  
World news, business reports and global weather.
4:00 PMIndependent Lens 
Fired from a lifelong job, a 75-year-old mom teams up with her son to reclaim her future through bucket list adventures. Her journey uncovers the economic insecurity faced by millions of Americans.
5:00 PMRoadtrip Nation: Rerouting 
Three mid-life workers talk about adapting to the changing landscape of work, technology, and education in America.
6:00 PMThe Good Road 
6:30 PMStories From the Stage    new  
7:00 PMPBS NewsHour    new  
8:00 PMDW The Day    new  
8:30 PMBBC World News 
International news from the British Broadcasting Corporation.
9:00 PMDemocracy Now!    new  
A daily news program.

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