This is the IPTV World TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Sioux Falls(Mitchll) Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|1:00 PM||Boss: The Black Experience In Business |
A history of African-American entrepreneurs.
|3:00 PM||MN Original |
Dancer Rita Mustaphi; artist Òmó Oba (Prince) Adetomiwa A. Gbadebo; artist Melissa Cooke; and DJ-artist Booka B.
|3:30 PM||Stories From the Stage |
Three storytellers share stories of holiday mishaps and mayhem, from epic blunders and celebrations gone wrong to unforgettable errors, unexpected consequences, and touching human connections.
|4:00 PM||To the Contrary With Bonnie Erbé |
Women talk about women's health, family issues, and women in the workplace, among others.
|4:30 PM||Washington Week |
A discussion and analysis of the week's major stories with award-winning journalists.
|5:00 PM||Focus on Europe new |
|5:30 PM||PBS NewsHour Weekend new |
Hear renowned experts offer analysis of the day's international and national news.
|6:00 PM||The Portillo Expedition: Mystery on Bougainville Island |
American explorers search for the wreckage from a plane carrying Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto.
|7:30 PM||Mr. Tanimoto's Journey |
The story of Jim Tanimoto, who was held at the Tule Lake Segregation Center near the California-Oregon border during World War II.
|8:00 PM||Shanghai 1937: Where World War II Began |
The Battle of Shanghai, which began on August 13, 1937, when China at last "stood up" to Japan, is recalled. Also: the aftermath; and the years of war that followed.
|9:00 PM||America ReFramed |
Janet Connors leads in helping people heal from trauma.
|10:30 PM||Beth Ames Swartz: Reminders of Invisible Light |
A profile of contemporary artist Beth Ames Swartz, who explores the sacredness of all life in her work.
|11:00 PM||State of the Art |
Art curators embark on a road trip to 1000 destinations across America to investigate what's happening in art today.
|12:00 AM||The Buddha |
Tale of Gautama Buddha from his initial enlightenment under a fig tree to his death around the age of 80.
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