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A PBS series exploring the lives of important women in careers including comedy, Hollywood, space, war, business, and politics throughout the decades. The show will provide a behind-the-scenes look at the triumphs, struggles, and contributions of these women and how their influences have shaped the different career fields for future women.
Episodes will air:
Tuesday September 30 at 8:00
Tuesday October 7 at 8:00
Tuesday October 14 at 8:00
Tuesday October 21 at 8:00
Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr. employs a team of genealogists and the world’s leading geneticists to uncover the origins of a diverse group of 30 people. Guests to be featured include: Anderson Cooper, Khandi Alexander, Ben Affleck, Aaron Sanchez, Sting, and more.
Episodes will air:
Tuesday September 30 at 7:00 pm
Tuesday October 10 at 7:00 pm
Tuesday October 14 at 7:00 pm
Tuesday October 21 at 7:00pm
MASTERPIECE CLASSIC features season 2 of the signature period drama, The Paradise. Featured in 1875 the show is centered around a young woman named Denise Lovett and her life working at The Paradise, a department store owned by John Moray. The show is based on Émile Zola’s classic novel, Au Bonheur des Dames.
Episodes will air:
Sunday September 28 at 7:00 pm
Sunday October 5 at 7:00 pm
Sunday October 12 at 7:00 pm
Sunday October 19 at 7:00 pm
Sunday October 26 at 7:00 pm
Incumbent Senator Mark Begich and challenger Dan Sullivan resume campaigning. The Division of Elections has revised the election returns. The oil-tax referendum was decided by less than five percent of the vote. What now? The Libertarian candidate for the Senate drops out – the party gets a new candidate. Striking Enstar workers return to the job, Cook Inlet oil production is up. The price of a barrel of North Slope crude is down. The Kodiak Rocket facility launches a rocket in a launch that lasts seconds.
The election returns are in. Alaskans say no to the oil-tax referendum but the outcome was in doubt for a while. Dan Sullivan wins the GOP Senate nomination – with Mead Treadwell finishing a distant third. What is Mead’s future? And what of second-place finisher Joe Miller? Sean Parnell, Bill Walker and Byron Mallott square off for governor – amidst calls for Walker and Mallott to join forces. Two GOP House incumbents lose primaries. Don Young is renominated once again. The Municipality of Anchorage has yet another plan for the troubled port.
Joe Miller and Mead Treadwell discussed foreign affairs, health policy, transportation, climate change, gun control, Social Security and how they wanted to help Alaska in the US Senate during a one-hour Debate for the State on Wednesday night.
Wed @ 7:00 pm - Penguins: Spy in the Huddle: A Nature Special Presentation
Newborn emperor penguins in Antarctica walk on their mothers' feet and take their first unsteady steps; rockhopper chicks on the Falklands meet their unruly and predatory neighbors; and Humboldt chicks take on fur seals and take aim at gulls.
Wed @ 8:00 pm - NOVA
Experts build and test two replicas of ancient Egyptian chariots to learn whether, as some historians claim, the chariot revolutionized warfare and enabled Egypt's greatest era of conquest, the New Kingdom.
Wed @ 9:00 pm - Rise of the Black Pharaohs
Archaeologists Geoff Emberling and Tim Kendell dig into the past to tell the story of Kush, an ancient Nubian state in what is now Sudan. An Egyptian subject state until about 800 B.C., it rose up and conquered Egypt, ruling it for almost 100 years.
Wed @ 10:00 pm - The Silent Majority
Four programs that empower teenagers to make good choices regarding the use of drugs and alcohol are spotlighted.