HIGHLIGHTS


Yacht Rock Revue

Sunday, April 21 at 8:00 pm on 12.1

Set sail on the shimmering seas for a nostalgic musical journey through the late 70s and early 80s, where soft rock and smooth grooves rule the waves. This talented group with exceptional musicianship and tight harmonies pays homage to the golden era of yacht rock and takes audiences back in time, encouraging everyone to sing and dance the night away.

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Il Divo XX, Live from Taipei

Sunday, April 21 at 9:30 pm on 12.1

Celebrate 20 years with the groundbreaking classical crossover group with a spectacular evening of music in Taiwan. Delivering timeless pop classics and traditional standards, Il Divo reinforces their status as performers and vocal powerhouses. 

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Ecosense for Living "Farming Reimagined"

Monday, April 22 at 7:30 pm on 12.1

Thought-provoking series of eco-topics ranging from reconnecting kids to nature, green jobs, and healthy lifestyles limiting the impacts of toxins on our home and bodies. The series aims to empower viewers with practical solutions geared toward saving money, treading lighter on the planet, and improving quality of life.

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Covenant of the Salmon People

Monday, April 22 at 8:00 pm on 12.1

Covenant of the Salmon People features a portrait of the Nez Perce Tribe as they continue to carry out their ancient promise to protect the Chinook salmon. The film explores the intertwined fate of the Nimiipuu (Nez Perce), salmon, and the landscape from which both evolved. The Nez Perce people are the oldest documented civilization in North America, with archaeological sites along Idaho's Salmon.

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Nature "Flyways"

Monday, April 22 at 9:00 pm on 12.1

Follow a conservation movement of bird-loving experts and citizen scientists as they mobilize to the challenge of understanding and saving shorebirds.

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Fracking The System: Colorado's Oil and Gas Wars

Monday, April 22 at 10:00 pm on 12.1

Fracking the System is a political thriller documentary from the front lines of climate justice activism in Colorado. When a fracking mega-site gets moved from a White neighborhood to a BIPOC neighborhood, a concerned mother fights to try and stop it. She soon joins the state-wide movement to change the law but the powerful oil and gas industry fights back with lawsuits, racialized harassment, political sabotage, and $50 million.

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Julie Taboulie's Lebanese Kitchen "Spring Sensations"

Tuesday, April 23 at 7:30 pm on 12.1

Julie prepares a special spring meal with crown roasted leg of lamb infused with a bouquet of fresh herbs and slowly roasted until fork-tender called xaruff mishwee. Julie accompanies this with fire-roasted baby wheat grains infused with aromatics called freekeh, along with her steamed spring vegetables tossed in garlic and fresh-herb butter sauce called khoudra b samneh.

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I Am More Than

Tuesday, April 23 at 8:00 pm on 12.1

With a rich tapestry of narratives, this series delves into the intersection where personal stories, cultural backgrounds, and mental health converge – painting a picture of how these elements intricately shape our existence. Focusing on empathy and understanding, the series aims to inspire people everywhere to embrace their true selves and pursue a path of self-acceptance and personal growth.

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How She Rolls "Biscuits In Bama"

Tuesday, April 23 at 8:30 pm on 12.1

Carrie heads to Birmingham to swap biscuit and cake recipes. She visits with her first business mentor, gets a Civil Rights history tour, and makes pimento cheese. They visit the University of Alabama to see if it’s the right college for Caroline.

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Somewhere South "What A Pickle"

Tuesday, April 23 at 9:00 pm on 12.1

Vivian is asked to lecture on chow chow, a quintessentially Southern relish, at Asheville’s first ever Chow Chow Festival. From there, her preservation education dives into Indian and Sri Lankan pickles, Puerto Rican escabeche and Korean kimchi.

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America The Bountiful "Chiles In New Mexico"

Tuesday, April 23 at 10:00 pm on 12.1

Chiles are the backbone of Southwestern cuisine and are celebrated throughout the region. Through a colorful New Mexico road trip, we trace the history and current state of chiles from Santa Fe to Hatch and beyond. Capri is hosted by a multigenerational farm family both in the field and in the kitchen, stops by a roadside haunt that serves chiles in everything…including milkshakes and helps judge a chiles tasting contest.

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Maria's Portuguese Table "Sao Jorge and Pico"

Tuesday, April 23 at 10:30 pm on 12.1

Maria explores Fajã da Caldeira Santo Cristo, which the New York Times listed as one of the most beautiful places in the world. While there, she tastes and learns to cook the unique clams that can only be found on that shoreline. Maria then ferries to Pico Island to learn more about the whaling industry, and meets with winemakers to taste rare wines that were desired by kings and czars.

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Mr. Bates Vs. The Post Office On Masterpiece "Episode 2"

Wednesday, April 24 at 8:00 pm on 12.1

Alan Bates and the Subpostmasters begin their fight for the truth and justice with new allies in Parliament, but first they must convince an independent investigator of their honesty.

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Alice & Jack On Masterpiece "Episode 5"

Wednesday, April 24 at 9:00 pm on 12.1

Jack and Alice meet again. Their joy is cut short by devastating news that forces Alice and Jack to re-evaluate what they’re doing with their lives.

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The Paris Murders "Crossed Destinies"

Wednesday, April 24 at 10:00 pm on 12.1

A dead body is found in a shop window, bound and gagged. When he is identified as a couples therapist, it’s clear that he had no lack of enemies.

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Highpointers with the Bargo Brothers "Colorado"

Thursday, April 25 at 7:30 pm on 12.1

The Bargo brothers visit Colorado with guest, legendary endurance athlete Marshall Ulrich. They visit the American Mountaineering Museum in Golden and head to Vail for ice climbing with Everest climber, Eric Alexander. They continue to Leadville and stop off at High Mountain Pies for pizza. They finish up with an epic winter hike in sub- zero temperatures to the top of Mt. Elbert.

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Jumuiya

Thursday, April 25 at 8:00 pm on 12.1

A CEFF Film. 60 thousand elephants... 63 million people... The human / elephant conflict is a daily occurrence that KACF and TEF is looking to solve and they'll need the help from locals to make it happen.

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Dark Sacred Night

Thursday, April 25 at 8:30 pm on 12.1

A CEFF Film. Many people live and die without ever seeing the Milky Way. Princeton University astrophysicist Gaspar Bakos wants to change that.

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Sagarmatha Next

Thursday, April 25 at 8:47 pm on 12.1

A CEFF Film. In this film you will learn about the important work of Sagarmatha Next, an NGO working to clear trash and waste from the Himalayan high altitude environments in Nepal. They are using CarryMeBack-bags and crowdsourcing to remove 10000 kgs of waste from Mount Everest region.

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Groundwork Cotton

Thursday, April 25 at 9:00 pm on 12.1

A CEFF documentary. Follow as the Kahle family breaks the cycle of generational health issues by revolutionizing their farming practices. Driven by a deep commitment to their family and community's well-being, the Kahles bring revelatory science practices to combat years of problematic, status-quo methods of farming.

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Jack's Solar Garden

Thursday, April 25 at 9:16 pm on 12.1

A CEFF Film. Agrivoltaics combines solar and agriculture to create a win-win scenario for land use.

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Silent Skies: The First Electric Plane Flyover

Thursday, April 25 at 9:20 pm on 12.1

A CEFF Film. Three visionary college students pioneer the first manned electric airplane stadium flyover, signaling the dawn of America's shift to green aviation, and creating precedent for FAA approval of future electric aircraft demonstrations.

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Native Suns: Sustainable Spirit

Thursday, April 25 at 9:38 pm on 12.1

A CEFF Film. This inspiring account of sustainability features Ivan Looking Horse and Chief Henry Red Cloud, who describe how Native Americans employ solar energy and green building practices to honor the Great Spirit and always look Seven Generations ahead.

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Venus Ascending: Genderequality & Water

Thursday, April 25 at 9:54 pm on 12.1

A CEFF Film. A major cause of gender inequality in the world is the scarcity of clean water that forces women and their daughters to walk several miles each day to collect water, preventing them from seeking employment or going to school.

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Story of the Leatherback

Thursday, April 25 at 10:00 pm on 12.1

A CEFF Film. The Leatherback Sea Turtle is the largest species of turtle on Earth. Told through the eyes of a 12 year-old boy, he has been keeping up with its status and journey in Thailand for 6 years. Learn about its declining population and how to save the sanctuary where they were born, so that they can have a place to return to lay their eggs.

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Paddle Tribal Waters

Thursday, April 25 at 10:10 pm on 12.1

A CEFF Film. Paddle Tribal Waters documents a group of Indigenous youth as they prepare to paddle the Klamath River from source to sea after the largest dam removal in history.

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Study Aboard

Thursday, April 25 at 10:19 pm on 12.1

A CEFF Film. Every April, 60 college kids from around the country attend Living Lands and Waters’ unique “Alternative Spring Break” program – trading happy hours and beach tans for spending a week on McKellar Lake with founder Chad Pregracke and his inspiring river rat crew as they clean up the Mississippi River’s waterways and learn about river-related careers.

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