WCTE/PBS Public Service Announcement Sept. 14 – 20

Public Service Announcement

For Monday, September 14 – Sunday, September 20

Monday, September 14

7 p.m. — “Live Green Tennessee”
Join us as we discuss why organic and sustainable processes are important to
agriculture production and other great stories.

7:30 p.m. — “Bluegrass Underground”
Join us as Vermont-raised and now California-based band, Devil Makes Three, performs songs that evoke feelings from some bygone era.

8 p.m. — “Antiques Roadshow”
Fort Worth, Hour One

9 p.m. — “Antiques Roadshow”
Fort Worth, Hour Two

10 p.m. — “POV”
Love Child
Follow the intimate love story about an illicitly formed family on a journey to plead asylum and start a new life someplace safe.

Tuesday, September 15

7 p.m. — “The Vote: American Experience”
Explore the strategies used by a new generation of leaders determined to win the vote for women.

8 p.m. — “FRONTLINE”
Policing The Police 2020
Race, policing, and the struggle to hold departments accountable. In the wake of George Floyd’s killing, New Yorker writer Jelani Cobb examines prospects for reform, and returns to the case of one troubled department he first visited in 2016.

9 p.m. — “Building The American Dream”
Travel to Texas, where immigrant construction workers are seeking justice and equality in an industry rife with exploitation.

10 p.m. — “Voices on PBS”
In 1955, Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, James Dean and a massive crew descended on the Texas town of Marfa to begin production on Giant. Now, 60 years later, “Children of Giant” explores the film’s still timely examination of racial prejudice.

Wednesday, September 16
7 p.m. — “Madagascar: Islands of Wonder”
Journey across ancient Madagascar, the strangest and oldest island on Earth. Over millennia it has given rise to more unique wildlife than any other island.

8 p.m. — “NOVA”
Scientists investigate the bizarre “intelligence” of slime molds, which appear to learn and make decisions — without a brain.

9 p.m. — “Hacking Your Mind”
See how politicians, social media companies and corporate marketers use big data to hack your auto-pilot decision making system, and learn how to defend yourself.

10 p.m. — “Niall Ferguson’s Networld”
Learn the story of how a decentralized worldwide web shifted to become a highly profitable network controlled by a tiny elite selling our attention for billions to the world’s advertisers.

Thursday, September 17

7 p.m. — “Reconnecting Roots”
Learn how one of our most fundamental means for living led to extinction of life and consequently created a means and system to preserve it.

7:30 p.m. — “Tennessee Crossroads (Tba)”

8 p.m. — “Live Green Tennessee”
Join us as we discuss why organic and sustainable processes are important to
agriculture production and other great stories.

8:30 p.m. — “One On One with Becky Magura”
Join Becky Magura when she sits down with Dr. Mary Evins to discuss her life and what is was like being raised in a family who made a career out of politics.

9 p.m. — “The Upper Cumberland Camera”
Sit back and enjoy the wonderful sounds of several DeKalb County school choirs.

9:30 p.m. –– “Bluegrass Underground”
Join us as Vermont-raised and now California-based band, Devil Makes Three, performs songs that evoke feelings from some bygone era.

10 p.m. –– “Tennessee Wild Side”

10: 30 p.m. –– “Songs at the Center”
Hosted by songwriter Eric Gnezda.

Friday, September 18

5 p.m. –– “WCTE Live at 5”

5:30 p.m. — “BBC World News Today”

6 p.m. –– “PBS NewsHour”

7 p.m. –– “Washington Week”

7:30 p.m. –– “Firing Line with Margaret Hoover”

8 p.m. –– “Great Performances”
Explore the work of famed composer Joseph Haydn’s career with host Scott Yoo and featured guest artists.

9 p.m. –– “Art in the Twenty-First Century”
See how British history and modern upheaval collide in the works of today’s London artists.

10 p.m. –– “Song of the Mountains”
John Scott Sherrill / Presley Barker / Kristi Stanley & Running Blind

Saturday, September 19

7 p.m. –– “Classic Gospel”
Enjoy classic favorites as more than two hundred of gospel music’s finest voices celebrate the hope of Heaven.

8 p.m. –– “Antiques Roadshow”
Fort Worth, Hour One

9 p.m. –– “Lost River Sessions”
Ethereal Louisville, KY songwriter, Daniel Martin Moore, performs a stripped-down set in Cason’s Cove, a venue located in the city of Alvaton, KY.

9:30 p.m. –– “The Upper Cumberland Camera”
Sit back and enjoy the wonderful sounds of several DeKalb County school choirs.

10 p.m. –– “Austin City Limits”
Thrill to an hour of blues and hip-hop with Buddy Guy and August Greene.

Sunday, September 20

3 p.m. –– “Ray Stevens CabaRay Nashville”
Guest: Angaleena Presley

3:30 p.m. –– “Sun Studio Sessions”

4 p.m. –– “Black America Since MLK: and Still I Rise”
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. takes a personal journey through the last 50 years of African American history, charting the incredible progress made – as well as the obstacles that remain.

6 p.m. –– “PBS NewsHour Weekend”

6:30 p.m. — “One On One with Becky Magura”
Join Becky Magura when she sits down with Dr. Mary Evins to discuss her life and what is was like being raised in a family who made a career out of politics.

7 p.m. –– “Last Tango In Halifax”
Alan’s brother, Ted, plans to visit from New Zealand. Tempers get frayed when money becomes the topic of conversation at Caroline and Gillian’s birthday celebration.

8 p.m. — “Van Der Valk On Masterpiece”
A Muslim worker at an addiction clinic is found dead with a symbolic stab wound. As investigators dig deeper, they enter a world of mysticism, alchemy and the occult.

10 p.m. — “Vienna Blood”
Max employs his psychoanalytic training to probe murder suspect’s minds. Eventually, a thread emerges that takes Max and Oskar throughout Vienna.

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