This is the WEAO First Nations Experience (FNX) TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Cleveland/Columbus Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|11:00 AM||Tiga Talk! |
Ancestral clothing, fancy clothes for special events and wearing costumes for fun are all part of dressing up.
|11:30 AM||Tansi Nehiyawetan |
The kids learn the Cree words for the animals that live in the city.
|12:00 PM||Wapos Bay |
Talon competes in the North American Indigenous Games.
|12:30 PM||Coyote's Crazy Smart Science Show |
How to create a sunset.
|1:00 PM||Finding Our Talk |
The Mayan people and their languages have survived and even thrived despite brutal conquest.
|1:30 PM||Cooking With the Wolfman |
A program on aboriginal food preparation.
|2:00 PM||Untamed Gourmet |
Chef Ilona Daniel travels to Prince Edward Island with her Mi'kmaq friend, foraging for razor and bar clams, oysters, lobsters, sea lettuce, and pin cherries. She builds a sandpit steam oven with rocks and eelgrass on the island's shores.
|2:30 PM||First Talk |
Key issues in rural and urban aboriginal communities are discussed.
|3:00 PM||Indian Country Today News |
|3:30 PM||Dab Iyiyuu |
Job and Mary share tips on building a trap, cleaning caribou hide and fishing. Also: a recipe for roast porcupine.
|4:00 PM||Creative Native |
A spotlight on aboriginal artists and craftspeople.
|4:30 PM||underEXPOSED |
Gracey is commissioned by Swet RX to cover the Western Classic CrossFit event, at which she'll focus her attention on athlete Alex Parker.
|5:00 PM||Fit First |
The role of spirituality is examined when the group builds a sweat lodge.
|5:30 PM||Hit the Ice |
The players start the day off with the wrong attitude. A speech from John Chabot wakes them up, and the boys cap off the day with a one-of-a-kind obstacle race.
|6:00 PM||Rez Rides |
An engine swap for a Honda Civic and the Rolls-Royce customization must be finished in time for a car show in Toronto.
|6:30 PM||Aboriginal Adventures Canada |
The host tackles crab fishing and meets a local artist while exploring Newcastle Island.
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