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LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 IPTV.3 LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 November 20, 2017 1:00 am This documentary profiles Comanche political and social activist LaDonna Harris. President Lyndon Johnson tapped her to educate the executive and legislative branches on the unique role of American Indian tribes and their relationship to the U.S. government.
LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 IPTV.3 LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 November 20, 2017 9:00 am This documentary profiles Comanche political and social activist LaDonna Harris. President Lyndon Johnson tapped her to educate the executive and legislative branches on the unique role of American Indian tribes and their relationship to the U.S. government.
LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 IPTV.3 LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 November 20, 2017 3:00 pm This documentary profiles Comanche political and social activist LaDonna Harris. President Lyndon Johnson tapped her to educate the executive and legislative branches on the unique role of American Indian tribes and their relationship to the U.S. government.
LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 IPTV.1 LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 November 28, 2017 2:00 am This documentary profiles Comanche political and social activist LaDonna Harris. President Lyndon Johnson tapped her to educate the executive and legislative branches on the unique role of American Indian tribes and their relationship to the U.S. government.
Last of the Summer Wine IPTV.1 Will The Nearest Alien Please Come In November 21, 2017 10:30 pm Kevin (Mark Curry) is a science fiction fanatic who tries to convince Clegg (Peter Sallis), Truly (Frank Thornton), Alvin (Brian Murphy), and Entwistle (Burt Kwouk) that Aliens from some distant planet may well have already landed and are merging into the community. Meanwhile Pearl (Juliette Kaplan) is determined to sabotage the attempts by Howard (Robert Fyfe) to perfect a silent bicycle. Kevin convinces the men that it is possible to communicate with outer space by holding hands. As they stand in a field holding hands, they mistake the whirr of Howard's sabotaged bicycle as a sign that it works, and Howard and Marina (Jean Fergusson) mistake the appearance of the police (Ken Kitson and Louis Emerick) as a sign that Pearl has enlisted them to follow him. The police give the holding hands in a field theory a try just as their Chief Inspector is passing.
Last of the Summer Wine IPTV.1 Elegy for Small Creatures and ... November 28, 2017 10:30 pm Clegg (Peter Sallis), reluctantly agrees to let Howard (Robert Fyfe) bring his new bicycle in to his house out of sight from Pearl (Juliette Kaplan), but is dismayed when he finds that it is a track bike. When Truly (Frank Thornton), Alvin (Brian Murphy), Entwistle (Burt Kwouk) are assisting Clegg to get the bike out of his house, Pearl appears and wants to know to whom it belongs. Howard tells her that it belongs to Clegg. Later the men happen upon Tom (Tom Owen) who is grieving over the death of a dear friend. After getting him drunk, they wheel him back on an abandoned supermarket trolley. Howard implores Clegg to dress up as a motor cyclist and just be seen by Pearl with the bike. The ladies hear the noise of the bike and are just in time to see Clegg roar off in pursuit of Tom in the supermarket trolley, which has silently rolled away. Pearl is convinced that Clegg is really a biker and, for a short while, Howard is in the clear.
Last of the Summer Wine IPTV.1 The Crowcroft Challenge December 2, 2017 9:30 pm Alvin (Brian Murphy) and Truly (Frank Thornton) ask the librarian, Miss Davenport (Josephine Tewson) for information about a traditional race where, dressed as crows, contenders must complete a course in a dead straight line between two points. Howard (Robert Fyfe) sees the crow costume as an ideal means of meeting up with an old friend Marina (Jean Fergusson) out in the country, so he teams up with Alvin. With the help of Clegg (Peter Sallis), Truly (Frank Thornton), and Entwistle (Burt Kwouk) and his truck, the two crows set off. A particularly high hedge almost defeats Howard and Alvin, but with the ingenuity of Truly, they find a means of flying over it. The sight of this is too much for a passing drunk.
Last of the Summer Wine IPTV.1 The Crowcroft Challenge December 5, 2017 10:30 pm Alvin (Brian Murphy) and Truly (Frank Thornton) ask the librarian, Miss Davenport (Josephine Tewson) for information about a traditional race where, dressed as crows, contenders must complete a course in a dead straight line between two points. Howard (Robert Fyfe) sees the crow costume as an ideal means of meeting up with an old friend Marina (Jean Fergusson) out in the country, so he teams up with Alvin. With the help of Clegg (Peter Sallis), Truly (Frank Thornton), and Entwistle (Burt Kwouk) and his truck, the two crows set off. A particularly high hedge almost defeats Howard and Alvin, but with the ingenuity of Truly, they find a means of flying over it. The sight of this is too much for a passing drunk.
Last of the Summer Wine IPTV.1 Must Be A Good Dancer December 9, 2017 9:30 pm Following up a lonely hearts advert in the local newspaper, Tom (Tom Owen) takes Smiler (Stephen Lewis) to the librarian (Josephine Tewson) to get a book on dancing. Unfortunately for Smiler, Truly (Frank Thornton), and Alvin (Brian Murphy) overhear this and offer to help make Smiler irresistible to any woman. Smiler is dressed in top hat and tails so that Entwistle (Burt Kwouk) can take a photograph to send to the woman. But an attempt outside the cafe ends up with Nora Batty (Kathy Staff) walloping Smiler with her umbrella. Another attempt to re create the famous dancers on a taxi roof shot, results in Smiler going through the milk float roof. Extracting him proves to be a challenge for everyone.
Last of the Summer Wine IPTV.1 Must Be A Good Dancer December 12, 2017 10:30 pm Following up a lonely hearts advert in the local newspaper, Tom (Tom Owen) takes Smiler (Stephen Lewis) to the librarian (Josephine Tewson) to get a book on dancing. Unfortunately for Smiler, Truly (Frank Thornton), and Alvin (Brian Murphy) overhear this and offer to help make Smiler irresistible to any woman. Smiler is dressed in top hat and tails so that Entwistle (Burt Kwouk) can take a photograph to send to the woman. But an attempt outside the cafe ends up with Nora Batty (Kathy Staff) walloping Smiler with her umbrella. Another attempt to re create the famous dancers on a taxi roof shot, results in Smiler going through the milk float roof. Extracting him proves to be a challenge for everyone.
Last of the Summer Wine IPTV.1 In which Howard Remembers Where He Left His Bicycle Pump December 16, 2017 9:30 pm When Howard (Robert Fyfe) is in town with Truly (Frank Thornton) he is noticeably embarrassed when he is greeted by a mysterious woman Wanda (Heather Ramsay). Meanwhile the ladies Nora Batty (Kathy Staff), Ivy (Jane Freeman), Glenda (Sarah Thomas), Nelly (June Whitfield) and Pearl (Juliette Kaplan) are all going to the Stockley Fair, and each has baked buns for the competition. Howard sees the possibilities of active exercise with Tom (Tom Owen) and Entwistle (Burt Kwouk) on a cross country run. Truly and Alvin (Brian Murphy) then discover that Howard has arranged to meet Marina by the river, so, to complicate his life, they manage to switch Marina for the mysterious Wanda telling her that Howard still has feelings for her. The women don't get to the fair, but Pearl returns in time to see Howard in the powerful grip of Wanda.
Last of the Summer Wine IPTV.1 In which Howard Remembers Where He Left His Bicycle Pump December 19, 2017 10:30 pm When Howard (Robert Fyfe) is in town with Truly (Frank Thornton) he is noticeably embarrassed when he is greeted by a mysterious woman Wanda (Heather Ramsay). Meanwhile the ladies Nora Batty (Kathy Staff), Ivy (Jane Freeman), Glenda (Sarah Thomas), Nelly (June Whitfield) and Pearl (Juliette Kaplan) are all going to the Stockley Fair, and each has baked buns for the competition. Howard sees the possibilities of active exercise with Tom (Tom Owen) and Entwistle (Burt Kwouk) on a cross country run. Truly and Alvin (Brian Murphy) then discover that Howard has arranged to meet Marina by the river, so, to complicate his life, they manage to switch Marina for the mysterious Wanda telling her that Howard still has feelings for her. The women don't get to the fair, but Pearl returns in time to see Howard in the powerful grip of Wanda.
Last of the Summer Wine IPTV.1 Sinclair and the Wormley Witches December 23, 2017 9:30 pm Up on a hilltop, Clegg (Peter Sallis), Truly (Frank Thornton), Alvin (Brian Murphy) and Entwistle (Burt Kwouk) are surprised when a man Sinclair (Philip Anthony) appears and starts throwing rocks at them. Intrigued, they return later to find out why the man is being so aggressive. Meanwhile Glenda (Sarah Thomas) is with Barry (Mike Grady) trying to get him interested in bird watching as an alternative to golf. Her idea that in such a remote area he will not be at risk of being embarrassed by his friends, is soon expelled when Truly, Entwistle, and Alvin disturb the birds as they chase Sinclair. It emerges that Sinclair has been cursed by 'the witches' for shouting remarks at football match. The men decide that the only way to exorcise Sinclair is to take him to see 'The Master', who looks like Smiler (Stephen Lewis) with a turban.
Last Tango In Halifax Holiday Special IPTV.1 Episode #101 December 17, 2017 7:00 pm Caroline's new headship involves moving the family to a ramshackle farmhouse in time for Christmas.
Last Tango In Halifax Holiday Special IPTV.1 Episode #101 December 18, 2017 2:00 am Caroline's new headship involves moving the family to a ramshackle farmhouse in time for Christmas.
Last Tango In Halifax Holiday Special IPTV.1 Episode #102 December 24, 2017 7:00 pm On the night of Celia's play, a twist of fate means Alan is forced to confront his fears.
Last Tango In Halifax Holiday Special IPTV.1 Episode #102 December 25, 2017 2:00 am On the night of Celia's play, a twist of fate means Alan is forced to confront his fears.
Lest We Forget - A Survivor's Story IPTV.3 Lest We Forget - A Survivor's Story November 15, 2017 12:30 am Explore the life of World War II veteran Gustav Potthoff, from his birth in Indonesia to his imprisonment in the Japanese slave labor camp responsible for building the infamous bridge over the River Kwai.
Lest We Forget - A Survivor's Story IPTV.3 Lest We Forget - A Survivor's Story November 15, 2017 8:30 am Explore the life of World War II veteran Gustav Potthoff, from his birth in Indonesia to his imprisonment in the Japanese slave labor camp responsible for building the infamous bridge over the River Kwai.
Lest We Forget - A Survivor's Story IPTV.3 Lest We Forget - A Survivor's Story November 15, 2017 2:30 pm Explore the life of World War II veteran Gustav Potthoff, from his birth in Indonesia to his imprisonment in the Japanese slave labor camp responsible for building the infamous bridge over the River Kwai.
Lest We Forget - A Survivor's Story IPTV.3 Lest We Forget - A Survivor's Story November 19, 2017 2:30 am Explore the life of World War II veteran Gustav Potthoff, from his birth in Indonesia to his imprisonment in the Japanese slave labor camp responsible for building the infamous bridge over the River Kwai.
Lest We Forget - A Survivor's Story IPTV.3 Lest We Forget - A Survivor's Story November 19, 2017 9:30 am Explore the life of World War II veteran Gustav Potthoff, from his birth in Indonesia to his imprisonment in the Japanese slave labor camp responsible for building the infamous bridge over the River Kwai.
Let There Be Light IPTV.3 Let There Be Light December 21, 2017 5:00 pm Narrated by Garrison Keillor, LET THERE BE LIGHT follows the grand masters of stained glass art, artist Rowan LeCompte and craftsman Dieter Goldkuhle, as they create their last great series of windows for Washington National Cathedral. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Rowan began making stained glass windows at the age of 14 and designed his first window for Washington National Cathedral (the sixth largest cathedral in the world, with more than 200 stained glass windows), at the age of 16. He spent almost 70 years studying, drawing and creating architectural stained glass and mosaics for a multitude of locations, including: Episcopal Cathedrals in Maryland and Wyoming, the chapels of Trinity College and Princeton University, and the New York State Capitol in Albany. At the age of 81, Rowan was commissioned to produce what would be his last series of windows for the monumental building. The project was initially intended to take one year and be ready for the 2007 centennial celebration of the cathedral's founding. Rowan would design and paint this enormous window while Dieter, his long time collaborator, would select and cut the glass and do the leading and installation. The documentary chronicles the fascinating creative process but also captures how age begins to take its toll on Rowan. The window falls behind dramatically schedule and the centennial deadline is missed. Artistic differences and the slow pace of work causes a tension to develop between artist and craftsman, and Dieter must eventually leave the project because of other commitments. Six years in the making, LET THERE BE LIGHT is told with stunningly beautiful imagery as it documents Rowan's life long passion, imagination and creativity in using glass and light. Later, in a surprise reversal, an official Cathedral panel questions installing the new windows at all.
Let There Be Light IPTV.3 Let There Be Light December 21, 2017 8:00 pm Narrated by Garrison Keillor, LET THERE BE LIGHT follows the grand masters of stained glass art, artist Rowan LeCompte and craftsman Dieter Goldkuhle, as they create their last great series of windows for Washington National Cathedral. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Rowan began making stained glass windows at the age of 14 and designed his first window for Washington National Cathedral (the sixth largest cathedral in the world, with more than 200 stained glass windows), at the age of 16. He spent almost 70 years studying, drawing and creating architectural stained glass and mosaics for a multitude of locations, including: Episcopal Cathedrals in Maryland and Wyoming, the chapels of Trinity College and Princeton University, and the New York State Capitol in Albany. At the age of 81, Rowan was commissioned to produce what would be his last series of windows for the monumental building. The project was initially intended to take one year and be ready for the 2007 centennial celebration of the cathedral's founding. Rowan would design and paint this enormous window while Dieter, his long time collaborator, would select and cut the glass and do the leading and installation. The documentary chronicles the fascinating creative process but also captures how age begins to take its toll on Rowan. The window falls behind dramatically schedule and the centennial deadline is missed. Artistic differences and the slow pace of work causes a tension to develop between artist and craftsman, and Dieter must eventually leave the project because of other commitments. Six years in the making, LET THERE BE LIGHT is told with stunningly beautiful imagery as it documents Rowan's life long passion, imagination and creativity in using glass and light. Later, in a surprise reversal, an official Cathedral panel questions installing the new windows at all.
Let There Be Light IPTV.3 Let There Be Light December 22, 2017 1:00 am Narrated by Garrison Keillor, LET THERE BE LIGHT follows the grand masters of stained glass art, artist Rowan LeCompte and craftsman Dieter Goldkuhle, as they create their last great series of windows for Washington National Cathedral. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Rowan began making stained glass windows at the age of 14 and designed his first window for Washington National Cathedral (the sixth largest cathedral in the world, with more than 200 stained glass windows), at the age of 16. He spent almost 70 years studying, drawing and creating architectural stained glass and mosaics for a multitude of locations, including: Episcopal Cathedrals in Maryland and Wyoming, the chapels of Trinity College and Princeton University, and the New York State Capitol in Albany. At the age of 81, Rowan was commissioned to produce what would be his last series of windows for the monumental building. The project was initially intended to take one year and be ready for the 2007 centennial celebration of the cathedral's founding. Rowan would design and paint this enormous window while Dieter, his long time collaborator, would select and cut the glass and do the leading and installation. The documentary chronicles the fascinating creative process but also captures how age begins to take its toll on Rowan. The window falls behind dramatically schedule and the centennial deadline is missed. Artistic differences and the slow pace of work causes a tension to develop between artist and craftsman, and Dieter must eventually leave the project because of other commitments. Six years in the making, LET THERE BE LIGHT is told with stunningly beautiful imagery as it documents Rowan's life long passion, imagination and creativity in using glass and light. Later, in a surprise reversal, an official Cathedral panel questions installing the new windows at all.
Let There Be Light IPTV.3 Let There Be Light December 22, 2017 9:00 am Narrated by Garrison Keillor, LET THERE BE LIGHT follows the grand masters of stained glass art, artist Rowan LeCompte and craftsman Dieter Goldkuhle, as they create their last great series of windows for Washington National Cathedral. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Rowan began making stained glass windows at the age of 14 and designed his first window for Washington National Cathedral (the sixth largest cathedral in the world, with more than 200 stained glass windows), at the age of 16. He spent almost 70 years studying, drawing and creating architectural stained glass and mosaics for a multitude of locations, including: Episcopal Cathedrals in Maryland and Wyoming, the chapels of Trinity College and Princeton University, and the New York State Capitol in Albany. At the age of 81, Rowan was commissioned to produce what would be his last series of windows for the monumental building. The project was initially intended to take one year and be ready for the 2007 centennial celebration of the cathedral's founding. Rowan would design and paint this enormous window while Dieter, his long time collaborator, would select and cut the glass and do the leading and installation. The documentary chronicles the fascinating creative process but also captures how age begins to take its toll on Rowan. The window falls behind dramatically schedule and the centennial deadline is missed. Artistic differences and the slow pace of work causes a tension to develop between artist and craftsman, and Dieter must eventually leave the project because of other commitments. Six years in the making, LET THERE BE LIGHT is told with stunningly beautiful imagery as it documents Rowan's life long passion, imagination and creativity in using glass and light. Later, in a surprise reversal, an official Cathedral panel questions installing the new windows at all.
Let There Be Light IPTV.3 Let There Be Light December 22, 2017 3:00 pm Narrated by Garrison Keillor, LET THERE BE LIGHT follows the grand masters of stained glass art, artist Rowan LeCompte and craftsman Dieter Goldkuhle, as they create their last great series of windows for Washington National Cathedral. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Rowan began making stained glass windows at the age of 14 and designed his first window for Washington National Cathedral (the sixth largest cathedral in the world, with more than 200 stained glass windows), at the age of 16. He spent almost 70 years studying, drawing and creating architectural stained glass and mosaics for a multitude of locations, including: Episcopal Cathedrals in Maryland and Wyoming, the chapels of Trinity College and Princeton University, and the New York State Capitol in Albany. At the age of 81, Rowan was commissioned to produce what would be his last series of windows for the monumental building. The project was initially intended to take one year and be ready for the 2007 centennial celebration of the cathedral's founding. Rowan would design and paint this enormous window while Dieter, his long time collaborator, would select and cut the glass and do the leading and installation. The documentary chronicles the fascinating creative process but also captures how age begins to take its toll on Rowan. The window falls behind dramatically schedule and the centennial deadline is missed. Artistic differences and the slow pace of work causes a tension to develop between artist and craftsman, and Dieter must eventually leave the project because of other commitments. Six years in the making, LET THERE BE LIGHT is told with stunningly beautiful imagery as it documents Rowan's life long passion, imagination and creativity in using glass and light. Later, in a surprise reversal, an official Cathedral panel questions installing the new windows at all.
Let There Be Light IPTV.3 Let There Be Light December 25, 2017 3:00 am Narrated by Garrison Keillor, LET THERE BE LIGHT follows the grand masters of stained glass art, artist Rowan LeCompte and craftsman Dieter Goldkuhle, as they create their last great series of windows for Washington National Cathedral. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Rowan began making stained glass windows at the age of 14 and designed his first window for Washington National Cathedral (the sixth largest cathedral in the world, with more than 200 stained glass windows), at the age of 16. He spent almost 70 years studying, drawing and creating architectural stained glass and mosaics for a multitude of locations, including: Episcopal Cathedrals in Maryland and Wyoming, the chapels of Trinity College and Princeton University, and the New York State Capitol in Albany. At the age of 81, Rowan was commissioned to produce what would be his last series of windows for the monumental building. The project was initially intended to take one year and be ready for the 2007 centennial celebration of the cathedral's founding. Rowan would design and paint this enormous window while Dieter, his long time collaborator, would select and cut the glass and do the leading and installation. The documentary chronicles the fascinating creative process but also captures how age begins to take its toll on Rowan. The window falls behind dramatically schedule and the centennial deadline is missed. Artistic differences and the slow pace of work causes a tension to develop between artist and craftsman, and Dieter must eventually leave the project because of other commitments. Six years in the making, LET THERE BE LIGHT is told with stunningly beautiful imagery as it documents Rowan's life long passion, imagination and creativity in using glass and light. Later, in a surprise reversal, an official Cathedral panel questions installing the new windows at all.
Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers IPTV.3 Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers December 6, 2017 5:30 pm The paradox of America's Founding Fathers being both champions of liberty and slavery is explored.
Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers IPTV.3 Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers December 7, 2017 7:00 am The paradox of America's Founding Fathers being both champions of liberty and slavery is explored.
Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers IPTV.3 Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America's Founding Fathers December 7, 2017 1:00 pm The paradox of America's Founding Fathers being both champions of liberty and slavery is explored.
Lidia Celebrates America IPTV.1 Homegrown Heroes December 16, 2017 10:30 am Join Lidia Bastianich to celebrate our homegrown heroes veterans who now cultivate the land
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 The Tomato November 15, 2017 10:30 pm Braised pork ribs with rigatoni and green beans in chunky tomato sauce are served.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 The Tomato November 16, 2017 1:00 am Braised pork ribs with rigatoni and green beans in chunky tomato sauce are served.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 The Tomato November 16, 2017 4:30 am Braised pork ribs with rigatoni and green beans in chunky tomato sauce are served.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 More Italian American Favorites November 17, 2017 10:30 pm Spaghetti and meatballs, a broccoli rabe with garlic and zeppole, a holiday must, are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 More Italian American Favorites November 18, 2017 1:00 am Spaghetti and meatballs, a broccoli rabe with garlic and zeppole, a holiday must, are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 More Italian American Favorites November 18, 2017 4:30 am Spaghetti and meatballs, a broccoli rabe with garlic and zeppole, a holiday must, are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 My Favorite Braises November 19, 2017 1:00 am Beef braised in barolo, a braised kale with bacon and braised cauliflower are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 My Favorite Braises November 19, 2017 4:30 am Beef braised in barolo, a braised kale with bacon and braised cauliflower are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 Olive Oil November 20, 2017 10:30 pm A delicious tomato and bread salad, rice and lentil soup and a cannoli napoleon are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 Olive Oil November 21, 2017 1:00 am A delicious tomato and bread salad, rice and lentil soup and a cannoli napoleon are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 Olive Oil November 21, 2017 4:30 am A delicious tomato and bread salad, rice and lentil soup and a cannoli napoleon are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 Best of Zucchini November 22, 2017 10:30 pm Zucchini with anchovies and capers and orecchiette with clams and zucchini are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 Best of Zucchini November 23, 2017 1:00 am Zucchini with anchovies and capers and orecchiette with clams and zucchini are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 Best of Zucchini November 23, 2017 4:30 am Zucchini with anchovies and capers and orecchiette with clams and zucchini are prepared.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 Bolognese November 24, 2017 10:30 pm Bolognese with milk and dandelion greens with almond vinaigrette and ricotta salata are served.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 Bolognese November 25, 2017 1:00 am Bolognese with milk and dandelion greens with almond vinaigrette and ricotta salata are served.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 Bolognese November 25, 2017 4:30 am Bolognese with milk and dandelion greens with almond vinaigrette and ricotta salata are served.
Lidia's Kitchen IPTV.2 Olive Oil November 26, 2017 1:00 am A delicious tomato and bread salad, rice and lentil soup and a cannoli napoleon are prepared.