Printable Monthly Program Listing (Primetime)

Channel 12.1 - CPT12 as of Oct 22, 2014 through Nov 22, 2014

Air DateProgramEpisodeDescription
Oct 22
7:00 PM
Walk in the Park with Nick Molle: Birds without Borders, A Naturalist Nick Molle learns how four birds-- Swainson's Thrush, Wilson's Warbler, the Yellow Warbler and the Western Tanager have the ability to thrive in two completely different ecosystems. Filmed on two continents, he visits Estes Park in Rocky Mountain National Park and Monteverdi (Costa Rica) in Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve, to better understand the birds' life cycles through their migratory patterns. Molle ventures into the coniferous forests of the Rocky Mountains and the lush tropical environs of Costa Rica with research biologists, park personnel, natural-history experts and conservationists to track the birds, with the goal of defining exact flight patterns and documenting changes in behavior. 
Oct 22
8:00 PM
Shoshone Wild Narrated by Peter Coyote, this program focuses on saving some of Wyoming's last, great wild places near Yellowstone National Park. It contains interviews from a cross section of folks throughout Wyoming and beyond that are passionate about saving wild places and wild things! 
Oct 22
8:30 PM
New Environmentalist, TheFrom Ithaca to the Amazon "From Ithaca to the Amazon" is the latest installment of the Emmy Award-winning series featuring inspiring portraits of six passionate and dedicated activists. These are true environmental heroes who have placed themselves squarely in harm's way to battle intimidating adversaries while building strong grassroots support. The New Environmentalists share a common goal - safeguarding the Earth's natural resources from exploitation and pollution, while fighting for justice in their communities. 
Oct 22
9:00 PM
Chihuly Outside CHIHULY OUTSIDE covers nearly half a century of Dale Chihuly's epic outdoor installations. The film chronicles Chihuly's first experiments with floating glass on water and using ice and neon, his early work at Art Park in Upstate New York and his decade-long exploration of large-scale installations at 12 of the world's preeminent botanic gardens and conservatories. Among many highlights, the hour-long documentary traces the development of Mille Fiori, a 56-foot "garden of glass" first exhibited in 2008 at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco, and his most recent work, Chihuly Garden and Glass, which opened May 2012 at the foot of Seattle's iconic Space Needle. What emerges is a portrait of an innovative artist always seeking new ways to adapt his medium to natural spaces, propelled by a desire to move, provoke and inspire viewers. CHIHULY OUTSIDE completes a trilogy of films exploring Chihuly's work, which began in 2008 with Chihuly in the Hotshop and continued with 2010's Chihuly Fire & Light. 
Oct 22
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Oct 22
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Oct 23
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Special: World War II Our Trekkers visit many of the European sites that played a major role in World War II. From the forests of Compiegne in northern France to the island of Crete, where veterans and locals recount the first major airborne invasion by the Germans, this episode takes viewers on a haunting journey of discovery. Other locations include Nuremberg, Vienna, Dunkirk, the Italian town of Anzio, the Normandy beaches, Dresden, Berlin and Auschwitz. 
Oct 23
8:00 PM
NOVA Rise of the Hackers Our lives are going digital. We shop, bank and even date online. Computers hold our treasured photographs, private emails, and all of our personal information. This data is precious — and cybercriminals want it. Now, NOVA goes behind the scenes of the fast-paced world of cryptography to meet the scientists battling to keep our data safe. They are experts in extreme physics, math and a new field called "ultra-paranoid computing," all working to forge unbreakable codes and build ultra-fast computers. From the two men who uncovered the world's most advanced cyber weapon to the computer expert who worked out how to hack into cash machines and scientists who believe they can store a password in your unconscious brain, NOVA investigates how a new global geek squad is harnessing cutting-edge science — all to stay one step ahead of the hackers. 
Oct 23
9:00 PM
Thinking Money: The Psychology Behind our Best and Worst Financial Decisions THINKING MONEY: THE PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND OUR BEST AND WORST FINANCIAL DECISIONS leads viewers on an exploration of how and why people spend, save (or don't), and think about money. The United States is heading into a retirement crisis, led by debt-ridden Baby Boomers whose diminishing savings will not match their increasing longevity. To help Americans address this challenge, host David Coyne — a Washington, D.C.-based actor and comedian — travels the country and meets original thinkers mixing economics with psychology. Their enlightening and often amusing experiments into financial behavior illuminate how both the human brain and the marketplace can trick people into spending money. 
Oct 23
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Oct 23
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Oct 24
7:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Oct 24
7:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
Oct 24
8:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Governor's Race Debate John Hickenlooper and Bob Beauprez square off in this special one hour debate. 
Oct 24
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company  Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas aimed at helping viewers make sense of our tumultuous times through the insight of America's strongest thinkers. Airing on public television and radio stations across the country, the series continues Moyers' long-running conversation with the American public by offering a forum to poets, writers, artists, journalists, scientists, philosophers, and leading scholars. It also features Moyers' hallmark essays on democracy.  
Oct 24
9:30 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane  Colorado has a vibrant arts community that ranges from theater, dance and music, to visual arts, writers, and so much more. While many know when large events come to town, you may not know about the wonderful things being created right here! IN FOCUS WITH EDEN LANE will work to keep you informed, so you can keep it all, in focus.  
Oct 24
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Oct 24
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Oct 25
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits The Steve Miller Band/Preservation Hall Jazz Band ACL presents great American music with the Steve Miller Band and the PreservationHall Jazz Band. Miller performs classic blues tunes as well as his hits. The PHJB presentsclassic New Orleans jazz with special guests the Del McCoury Band and Jim James ofMy Morning Jacket. 
Oct 25
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Jason Mraz Historic Los Angeles theater Royce Hall, located on the UCLA campus, provide a spectacular backdrop for Jason Mraz's taping of Live From The Artist's Den. Accompanied by the four members of LA folk-rock band Raining Jane, Mraz revisited old favorites like "Hello, You Beautiful Thing" and "I Won't Give Up" and previewed new material from his upcoming album YES!,. The focus was on the collaborations with Raining Jane, who wrote and recorded YES! with Mraz. The set was punctuated by classic Mraz hit, "I'm Yours," which earned evocative responses from the 1700-person crowd. 
Oct 25
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Rossonian / Hippie Man 2014   
Oct 25
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 4: Jessi OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by SHEL, In the Whale, Covenhoven, Jesse Manely, Esme Patterson and Steel & Colfax. OpenAir's Jessi Whitten will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Oct 25
10:00 PM
Now Playing Mike Marchant, Part 1 This locally-produced live music & interview series showcases independent music artists in Colorado. Each episode includes a mix of live performances and artist interviews.  
Oct 25
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Lucinda Williams Winner of Grammys for Best Country Song and Best Contemporary Folk Album and an enormous presence in the diversified world of deep, literary songwriters, Williams is a groundbreaking, truly unapologetic architect of that simmered blend of country, blues, folk, off-the-shoulder rock 'n' roll that has been born as the Americana genre. Mainstream Nashville knows her as the writer of Mary Chapin Carpenter's hit "Passionate Kisses," but this highly acclaimed, independent songsmith can — and will — do it all ... her way. 
Oct 26
7:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Alternate Party US Senate Debate The alternate party and unaffiliated candidates running for U.S. Senate square off in this 30 minute debate. Candidates include Dr. Steve Shogan running unaffiliated, Gaylon Kent running as the Libertarian nominee and Bill Hammons running as the Unity Party candidate. 
Oct 26
7:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Alternate Party Governor Debate The alternate party and unaffiliated candidates running for Governor square off in this 30 minute debate. Candidates include Mike Dunafon running unaffiliated, Matthew Hess running as the Libertarian nominee and Harry Hempy running as the Green Party candidate. 
Oct 26
8:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Secretary of State Debate The candidates running for Secretary of State of Colorado, Democrat Joe Neguse and Republican Wayne Williams, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 26
8:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 State Treasurer Debate The candidates running for Colorado State Treasurer, Republican Walker Stapleton and Democrat Betsy Markey, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 26
9:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Attorney General Debate The candidates running for Colorado Attorney General, Republican Cynthia Coffman and Democrat Don Quick, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 26
9:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Lieutenant Governor Debate The candidates running for Lieutenant Governor of Colorado, Democrat Joe Garcia and Republican Jill Rapella, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 26
10:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Prop. 105 - GMO Labeling Ballot Issue Debate Robyn O'Brien (pro) and Dana Bieber (con) square off in this 30-minute debate of Proposition 105, which would mandate labeling of genetically modified food. 
Oct 26
10:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Am. 68 - Horse Track Gaming Ballot Issue Debate Both sides of Am. 68, which would allow more gaming at Horse Tracks, square off in this 30 minute debate. Becky Brooks, spokeswoman for Arapahoe Park horse racetrack, will appear for the "yes" side; the spokesperson for the "no" camp is still to be determined. 
Oct 27
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Inspector Lewis, Season 7: Entry Wounds Hathaway gets to work on his first case as an inspector, with the help of his new partner, DS Lizzie Maddox. The crime is a complicated one that bridges the worlds of neurosurgery, blood sports and animal rights. Lewis, struggling to adapt to retired life, jumps at the chance to rejoin the force when Superintendent Innocent seeks his help. With Lewis back on the team, will they be able to solve the mystery? 
Oct 27
8:30 PM
Film School Shorts Growing Pains Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Oct 27
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Letting Go Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Oct 27
9:30 PM
On Story Elements of Great Horror Professional horror writers explore how great drama lies at the core of the most frightening films, and discuss the style and techniques used to invoke fear, suspense and thrills that linger long after the credits roll. Followed by Lynne Vincent McCarthy's STRANGEFACE, a haunting and suspenseful short film about a peculiar and defiant young girl who unexpectedly finds companionship. 
Oct 27
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Oct 27
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Oct 28
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Southerners It's Sean Brock's mission in life to expose to the world the regional varieties of Southern cuisine and to erase the misconception that southern cuisine is all the same. In this episode, he explores a few of the unique regional cuisines in the South. Chef Steven Satterfield from Georgia cooks okra and grits. Chef John Currence makes tamales — that's right ... tamales. Chef Ed Lee cooks a dish using the Kentucky holy trinity: bourbon, sorghum and country ham. Tennessee pastry chef Lisa Donavan makes a buttermilk pie. Sean and fellow South Carolinians, the Lee Brothers, make deviled crab, before visiting Fishnet's Seafood outside of Charleston to enjoy their more wholesome version: "Jesus crabs." 
Oct 28
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Seeds It all began when Sean Brock went looking for Jimmy red corn. That simple journey turned into a lifetime of searching, archiving and reviving lost crops of the South. His partners in crime are legendary owner and operator of Anson Mills, Glen Roberts, and University of South Carolina professor David Shields — a trifecta of seed nerds hell-bent on preserving Southern food heritage. In this episode, Sean travels to Anson Mills to hand-quern Jimmy red corn, discover fire threshing and cook hominy. David Shields visits Sean's R&D lab to experiment with seeds and to tell the story of the Bradford watermelon, a near-extinct fruit with a delicious and deadly history. Sean travels to Blackberry Farm in Tennessee to talk to Master Gardener John Coyenkdall about heirloom seeds. Finally, food scientist Harold McGee talks about the magic of combining corn and lye. 
Oct 28
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Knoxville, Part 2 In Knoxville, Tennessee, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Francis J. Wahlgren travel to the Rhea County Courthouse to look at a book relating to the Scopes "monkey trial." Highlights include a collection of personal letters from Amelia Earhart to the guest's aunt that feature Earhart's entrepreneurial and self-promotional sprit; Joseph Delaney drawings, circa 1950, purchased from the Knoxville artist's own home for $20 each and now valued at $2,000 to $3,000; and two Jacob Maentel watercolors, circa 1835 and larger than average, that are appraised for $60,000 to $80,000. 
Oct 28
9:00 PM
Ultimate Restorations The Sierra #3 Locomotive: A Star Is Reborn A group of passionate restorers resurrect one of the oldest operating steam locomotives in America. Built in 1891, the locomotive was made famous in movies like High Noon and Rawhide. 
Oct 28
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Oct 28
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Oct 29
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE  Since 1983, FRONTLINE has served as American public television's flagship public affairs series. Hailed upon its debut on PBS as "the last best hope for broadcast documentaries," FRONTLINE's stature over 25 seasons is reaffirmed each week through incisive documentaries covering the scope and complexity of the human experience. 
Oct 29
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Oct 29
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Oct 30
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Special: Planet of the Apes Our Trekkers visit the last strongholds of many rare and sometimes endangered species of primates. Justine heads to Thailand in search of the White-Handed Gibbon. Holly, Ian and Megan get up close and personal with the orangutan in Borneo and Sumatra, the chimpanzee in Tanzania and Zambia and the Mountain Gorilla in the remote mountains of Uganda. Ian glimpses the elusive Golden Bamboo Lemur on Madagascar, Eils Nevitt discovers the Black-Crowned Dwarf Marmoset — at six inches high, the world's second-smallest monkey — in the Amazon jungle, and Zay encounters two enormous and extremely rare apes in Africa: the Drill in Cameroon and the Mandrill, known as the world's largest monkey, in Gabon. 
Oct 30
8:00 PM
NOVA Why Planes Vanish The disappearance of Flight MH370 stunned the world. In an era of smart-phones and GPS, how could a 270-ton passenger jet vanish into thin air? It was a rude awakening for all of us, showing just how far we are from the world we imagined we lived in — in which every move is monitored all the time. NOVA tells the inside story of the search for Flight MH370 and meets the key players, from all corners of the globe, who have spent months searching for the lost plane. How easy is it to make a plane disappear? Or can new technology guarantee that in the future, nothing will ever be "lost" again? 
Oct 30
9:00 PM
New Environmentalist, TheFrom Ithaca to the Amazon "From Ithaca to the Amazon" is the latest installment of the Emmy Award-winning series featuring inspiring portraits of six passionate and dedicated activists. These are true environmental heroes who have placed themselves squarely in harm's way to battle intimidating adversaries while building strong grassroots support. The New Environmentalists share a common goal - safeguarding the Earth's natural resources from exploitation and pollution, while fighting for justice in their communities. 
Oct 30
9:30 PM
Warriors Return The Navajo serve in the military in greater proportions relative to their population numbers. The veterans of beautiful Canyon de Chelly served as Code Talkers in WWII, Army Rangers in Viet Nam and many across services in Iraq and Afghanistan. Their dedication and courage in battle does not protect them from the challenges they face when they return home. Unemployment, Post Traumatic Stress, rural isolation prevents many from receiving help, but strong women, traditional healing and western talk therapy help others create a new normal. 
Oct 30
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Oct 30
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Oct 31
7:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 2nd Congressional District Debate Jared Polis and George Leing square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 31
7:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 7th Congressional District Debate Ed Perlmutter and Don Ytterberg square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 31
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Oct 31
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
Oct 31
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company  Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas aimed at helping viewers make sense of our tumultuous times through the insight of America's strongest thinkers. Airing on public television and radio stations across the country, the series continues Moyers' long-running conversation with the American public by offering a forum to poets, writers, artists, journalists, scientists, philosophers, and leading scholars. It also features Moyers' hallmark essays on democracy.  
Oct 31
9:30 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane  Colorado has a vibrant arts community that ranges from theater, dance and music, to visual arts, writers, and so much more. While many know when large events come to town, you may not know about the wonderful things being created right here! IN FOCUS WITH EDEN LANE will work to keep you informed, so you can keep it all, in focus.  
Oct 31
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Oct 31
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Nov 1
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Coldplay Grammy-winners Coldplay, the modern-rock giants who have sold more than 50 million records worldwide, perform hits and selections from their newest LP, Mylo Xyloto. 
Nov 1
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Mumford & Sons The 1920s glamour of the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles provided a stunning setting for a triumphant performance by Mumford & Sons. The band delivered songs from its recent Number One album, "Babel," along with such hits as "Little Lion Man" and "I Will Wait." Mumford & Sons thrilled the invitation-only crowd of 800 throughout its rousing set, closing the evening with a blistering rendition of "The Cave" from the classic, multi-platinum debut "Sigh No More."Song List"I Will Wait""Roll Away Your Stone""Holland Road""Little Lion Man""After the Storm""Awake My Soul""Ghosts That We Knew""Below My Feet""Babel""Where Are You Now""The Cave"Recorded November 11, 2012, Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles, CA. 
Nov 1
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Andy Hamilton & The Whiskey Hitchers / Ken Arkind 2014   
Nov 1
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 5: Mike OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by You Me & Apollo, Poet's Row, A Band in Pictures, Dragondeer and Wheelchair Sports Camp. OpenAir's Mike Flanagan will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Nov 1
10:00 PM
Now Playing Mike Marchant, Part 2 This locally-produced live music & interview series showcases independent music artists in Colorado. Each episode includes a mix of live performances and artist interviews.  
Nov 1
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground The Gibson Brothers For their amazing harmonies and whip-crack musicianship, this band claimed the International Bluegrass Music Association's 2013 Entertainer of the Year, Vocal Group, and Song. To top it off, brother Eric was named Songwriter of the Year. The previous year the brothers won the IBMA Entertainer of the Year Award, and the year before that won the prestigious 2011 IBMA Album of the Year Award and Vocal Group of the Year. These seasoned pros' accolades barely do justice to the bluegrass sound that is all their own. 
Nov 2
7:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Congressional District 6 Debate Mike Coffman and Andrew Romanoff, both running in the 6th Congressional District, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Nov 2
7:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Congressional District 4 Debate Ken Buck and Vic Meyers, both running in the 4th Congressional District, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Nov 2
8:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Prop. 104 Debate Prop. 104, which would mandate that school board meetings pertaining to collective bargaining negotiations be open to the public. 
Nov 2
8:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Governor's Race Debate John Hickenlooper and Bob Beauprez square off in this special one hour debate. 
Nov 2
9:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 2nd Congressional District Debate Jared Polis and George Leing square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Nov 2
10:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 7th Congressional District Debate Ed Perlmutter and Don Ytterberg square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Nov 2
10:30 PM
Rivers of Worry The scenic Severn River on the Bay's western shore is a typical urban-suburban waterway. Many enjoy the lifestyle -- fishing, boating and swimming. But because of high fecal bacteria counts after a hard rain, officials advise everyone to stay out of the water here and across the state for at least two days -- children among those at highest risk. The dangers are highlighted by the story of a resident who acquired a life-threatening infection from fecal bacteria after splashing in the creek behind his house. In spite of waste water upgrades, raw sewage is still being discharged during major storms into bodies of water like the Potomac and its main tributary, the Anacostia River. Meanwhile, researchers on the Potomac suspect that "emerging contaminants" like pharmaceuticals and anti-bacterial chemicals are causing deviations and disease in fish. 
Nov 3
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Inspector Lewis, Season 7: The Lions of Nemea After a difficult start, Lewis and Hathaway seem to have settled back into their former relationship, and Maddox has become integral to the team. Their abilities are tested as they investigate the brutal murder of Rose, an American Classics student. Suspicion immediately falls on a young professor who had recently broken off an affair with her, but as the detectives delve further into the case, they only find more secrets and murky motives. 
Nov 3
8:30 PM
Film School Shorts Fire and Fury Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Nov 3
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Blood is Thicker than Mud Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Nov 3
9:30 PM
On Story Constructing Comic Book Movies The creative minds behind the films THOR, THE AVENGERS, HULK, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, ELEKTRA, THE GREEN LANTERN, X-MEN: THE LAST STAND, X2, and X-MEN: FIRST CLASS divulge the complexities of memorable heroes and villains, and how some of the best supernatural films tap into the most basic of human elements. Followed by John Mitchell's SUPER POWERS, a lively short film about a husband and wife who try to salvage their love-life by dressing as superheroes, and find they save more than just their marriage when they're forced out of their apartment fully costumed. 
Nov 3
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 3
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Nov 4
7:00 PM
Live Election Results from CBS-4 Studios On election night, Colorado Public Television will offer three hours of live election coverage. CBS4 News' Jim Benemann and Karen Leigh will host the non-stop coverage. 
Nov 4
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 4
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Nov 5
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Trouble with Antibiotics FRONTLINE investigates the widespread use of antibiotics in food animals and whether it is fueling the growing crisis of antibiotic resistance in people. Also this hour: An exclusive interview with the family of a young man who died in a nightmare bacteria outbreak that swept through a hospital at the National Institutes of Health. 
Nov 5
8:00 PM
Our Fires Still Burn: The Native American Expierience This exciting and compelling one hour documentary invites viewers into the lives of contemporary Native American role models living in the U.S. Midwest. It dispels the myth that American Indians have disappeared from the American horizon, and reveals how they continue to persist, heal from the past, confront the challenges of today, keep their culture alive, and make great contributions to society. 
Nov 5
9:00 PM
Horse Tribe Legendary as one of America's greatest horse tribes, the 21st century Nez Perce decided to bring horses back to their land and lives with the unlikely help of a charismatic Navajo horseman, Rudy Shebala. His mentorship guides at-risk teenagers toward the strong medicine of horses, and his equine skills bring historic Nez Perce horse culture to modern renown. But his personal demons imperil both accomplishments. HORSE TRIBE is an epic story about the connection of human to animal, history to life, individuals to community, grief to resolve, and values to action. 
Nov 5
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 5
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Nov 6
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker El Salvador & Honduras Brianna explores Honduras and El Salvador, two of Central America's most rewarding destinations. In Honduras, she swims with dolphins, spends the day at a banana plantation, visits the Mayan ruins of Copan and learns how to roll cigars in Santa Rosa de Copan. Next she heads to El Salvador, where she climbs the Izalco volcano, treks through waterfalls in El Imposible National Park, visits with a former guerrilla commander at the Guazapa volcano, enjoys a rodeo fiesta in San Luis del Carmen and ascends the still-active Santa Ana volcano, the highest in the country. 
Nov 6
8:00 PM
NOVA Surviving Ebola In December, 2013, in a small village in West Africa, a young boy died from the dreaded disease, Ebola. Over the next nine months the virulent killer would claim more victims than all previous Ebola epidemics put together. And for the first time, the disease escaped the isolated, rural villages where it had first appeared, and traveled in infected patients by air to densely populated cities in several African countries. As the epidemic threatens to spiral out of control, NOVA reports from the hot zone, where courageous medical teams struggle to cope with a flood of victims, to labs where scientists are racing to test vaccines and find a cure. "Surviving Ebola" includes chilling first-hand interviews of what it's like to catch -- and -- survive this terrible affliction. 
Nov 6
9:00 PM
Adopted: For the Life of Me What would it be like to never know who you were when you were born? Adoption: For the Life of Me follows Dave as he embarks on a journey to find his birthmother. Along with the heartwarming stories of Joe and a half dozen other adopted citizens, Dave's saga illuminates the impact secrets can have over an entire lifetime. With its unexpected and moving conclusion, Adoption: For the Life of Me is one of those films that will stay with you long after you witness it... 
Nov 6
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 6
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Nov 7
7:00 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane  Colorado has a vibrant arts community that ranges from theater, dance and music, to visual arts, writers, and so much more. While many know when large events come to town, you may not know about the wonderful things being created right here! IN FOCUS WITH EDEN LANE will work to keep you informed, so you can keep it all, in focus.  
Nov 7
7:30 PM
Spirit in Glass: Plateau Native Beadwork This documentary celebrates the spectacular beadwork of the Northwest Plateau People. The film provides a rare opportunity to experience Plateau culture through the eyes and hearts of artists, who share their history, motivation, and the beadwork that plays an important role in binding their culture together. Native Plateau beadwork is part of the rich tapestry of American culture. Plateau culture is unique and its story of survival a quintessentially American story. 
Nov 7
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Nov 7
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
Nov 7
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company  Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas aimed at helping viewers make sense of our tumultuous times through the insight of America's strongest thinkers. Airing on public television and radio stations across the country, the series continues Moyers' long-running conversation with the American public by offering a forum to poets, writers, artists, journalists, scientists, philosophers, and leading scholars. It also features Moyers' hallmark essays on democracy.  
Nov 7
9:30 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane  Colorado has a vibrant arts community that ranges from theater, dance and music, to visual arts, writers, and so much more. While many know when large events come to town, you may not know about the wonderful things being created right here! IN FOCUS WITH EDEN LANE will work to keep you informed, so you can keep it all, in focus.  
Nov 7
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 7
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Nov 8
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Beck Alt.rock superstar Beck performs. The genre-hopping singer/songwriter plays songs from his album Morning Phase and some of his greatest hits. 
Nov 8
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Soundgarden On a warm February night in Los Angeles, the legendary Seattle rock band Soundgarden concluded a sold-out winter tour in support of "King Animal," their first studio album in over 16 years. In front of a rapturous crowd at the historic art deco venue The Wiltern, Soundgarden interwove brand new songs with classics, radio hits, and rarities never before performed for a live audience. Song List"Incessant Mace""Taree""Spoonman""Blind Dogs""Rowing""Non-State Actor""A Thousand Days Before""Rusty Cage""New Damage""Outshined"Recorded February 17, 2012, The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA. 
Nov 8
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Rachael Pollard / Nate Marcy & Zach Maas In this episode, singer-songwriter Rachael Pollard and drummer Nate Marcy create magic. "Complex, spacious and chiming with a ghostly air, Pollard's music is everything that one could ask from a musician. Her songs are honest, complicated, poignant, and even funny" (Syntax). Hosted by Sid Pink, the show also features comedian Zach Maas. 
Nov 8
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 6: Alisha OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by Rob Drakin, The Blue Rider, The Raven and the Writing Desk, Mosey West and The Yawpers. OpenAir's Alisha Sweeney will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Nov 8
10:00 PM
Now Playing The Strange, Part 1 Locally produced, this live music & interview series showcases independent music artists in the area. This week, the series kicks off with New Mexico "desert rock" act The Strange. The show includes footage of the band playing at the Sidewinder Tavern in Denver's Globeville section as well as an interview at Black Shirt Brewing by BSB co-founder and head brewer Branden Miller. Part 1 of 2. 
Nov 8
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Leon Russell Two overworked words in popular culture today are "legend" and "icon," but for Leon Russell, these terms are understatements. A member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he's one of the best multi-instrumentalists, songwriters and producers of the combined eras of rock 'n' roll, R&B and Americana. Now enjoying a major comeback sparked by his T-Bone Burnett-produced duo album with long-time fan Elton John, Russell is joined by all-star members of New Grass Revival: John Cowan, Butch Robins and Pat Flynn. 
Nov 9
7:00 PM
Tolerance: Mary Mackey and the East Side Gallery In August of 2009 a production team from PBS affiliate station, Colorado Public Television - CPT12 followed Colorado artist Mary Mackey as she returned to Berlin to repaint her mural "Tolerance" on the East Side Gallery of the Berlin Wall. In 1990 a few months after the Berlin Wall came down Mary moved to Berlin. As the only United States citizen selected to paint on this 1.3 kilometer preserved section of the Berlin Wall, Mary chose the topic of cultural tolerance as her subject. In the Spring of 2009, the Berlin government invited Mary back to restore her mural as part of the 20th anniversary of that world changing event. The East Side Gallery, as the 118 murals by international artist became known, is the longest preserved section of the Cold War barrier. 
Nov 9
8:00 PM
POV A World Not Ours "A World Not Ours" is a passionate, bittersweet account of one family's multi-generational experience living as permanent refugees. Now a Danish resident, director Mahdi Fleifel grew up in the Ain el-Helweh refugee camp in southern Lebanon, established in 1948 as a temporary refuge for exiled Palestinians. Today, the camp houses 70,000 people and is the hometown of generations. The filmmaker's childhood memories are surprisingly warm and humorous, a testament to the resilience of the community. Yet his yearly visits reveal the increasing desperation of family and friends who remain trapped in psychological as well as political limbo. 
Nov 9
9:30 PM
Bringing the Fallen Home Bringing the Fallen Home is the story of America's fallen warriors, their families and those charged with the solemn responsibility of ensuring dignity and honor to the fallen and care and support to families of the fallen. The program gives a voice for family members to tell the story of their fallen loved ones, and recollect their experiences at Dover Air Force Base for the solemn dignified transfer of their loved one's remains. More than 20 family members opened up their homes to the filmmakers and told their heartbreaking and heartwarming stories that remind all Americans of the great sacrifices made every day for America's freedom. 
Nov 9
10:30 PM
Globe Trekker El Salvador & Honduras Brianna explores Honduras and El Salvador, two of Central America's most rewarding destinations. In Honduras, she swims with dolphins, spends the day at a banana plantation, visits the Mayan ruins of Copan and learns how to roll cigars in Santa Rosa de Copan. Next she heads to El Salvador, where she climbs the Izalco volcano, treks through waterfalls in El Imposible National Park, visits with a former guerrilla commander at the Guazapa volcano, enjoys a rodeo fiesta in San Luis del Carmen and ascends the still-active Santa Ana volcano, the highest in the country. 
Nov 10
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Inspector Lewis, Season 7: Beyond Good and Evil Thirteen years after Lewis' first successful arrest as a detective inspector, the?forensics have been called into question and the case re-opened for appeal. Lewis fears the worst — but nothing can prepare him for a new string of murders resembling the original murders with the original weapon. Did he arrest an innocent man? With Lewis' reputation in jeopardy, Hathaway and Maddox race to catch the killer. 
Nov 10
8:30 PM
Film School Shorts Man Up Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Nov 10
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Sum of Its Parts Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Nov 10
9:30 PM
On Story A Conversation with Damon Lindelof Co-Creator of Lost and Writer/Producer STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS, PROMETHEUSDamon Lindelof discusses his hand in some of the most celebrated and scrutinized works of science fiction over the past five years, and how much of their success is attributed to writing stories that leave a lot up to one's imagination. Accompanied by Dean Loxton's improvised short film, METRO 7 BIS about a woman's encounter with a handsome stranger in Paris, only to find their meeting was hardly by chance. 
Nov 10
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 10
10:57 PM
Head On  KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Nov 11
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Rice This episode is all about rice and its essential role in Southern cuisine. Sean visits Anson Mills, where Glenn Roberts is blazing a trail to reintroduce the world to the Carolina Rice Kitchen. Carolina Gold rice was once the primary crop in South Carolina and sought-after worldwide. With animation and archival images, a timeline highlights how the Civil War, as well as changes in the agricultural economy, caused Carolina Gold to all but disappear. Glenn is the reason for its resurrection and Sean is its biggest champion. In the fields at Anson Mills, Sean and Glen prepare an Appalachian classic, pilaf. In Louisiana, Chef Donald Link makes jambalaya. And in Nashville, Sean makes Hoppin' John fritters. All of these dishes link to a trip to Senegal where Chef Fati Ly makes the pilau from which all of these rice dishes derive. 
Nov 11
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Louisiana This episode focuses on the heavy influence of Louisiana cuisine on Sean. Historian and food writer John T Edge of the Southern Food Alliance takes Sean to his "favorite place on Earth," Middendorf's Restaurant, where cooks shave thin slices of catfish into the fryer to create a catfish chip. In the kitchen, Sean makes jambalaya and his version of the catfish chip. Chef Donald Link of Louisiana takes Sean frogging, then cooks up a frog dish. 
Nov 11
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Jacksonville, Part 1 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW travels south to Jacksonville, Florida, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Leila Dunbar head to the Norman Studios Silent Film Museum to discuss missing Richard E. Norman films. Highlights include a Laurel and Hardy "Swiss Miss" horn that was used as a prop in their 1930 film; a silver presentation cup, ca. 1780, that was gifted from Lafayette to Major General Nathaniel Greene during the Revolutionary War and is now valued at $25,000; and a Thomas Hart Benton oil on tin, ca. 1950, that was a gift from the artist to the guest's father — Benton's neighbor — and is now appraised for $125,000. 
Nov 11
9:00 PM
Ultimate Restorations Ahrens Fox: The Kansas City Treasure A massive Ahrens Fox, once considered the Rolls Royce of fire engines, is pieced back together. 
Nov 11
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 11
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Nov 12
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Rise of ISIS FRONTLINE investigates the miscalculations and mistakes behind the brutal rise of ISIS. As part of a special FRONTLINE series, correspondent Martin Smith reports from Iraq on how the country began coming undone after the American withdrawal and what it means for the U.S. to be fighting there again. 
Nov 12
9:00 PM
Our American Family: The Barreras The first half of the 1900's represents the last era of American life that, for most families, began largely unchanged from the generations that came before. OUR AMERICAN FAMILY: THE BARRERAS From the darkness of a coal mine in New Mexico to vibrant beauty under the California sun, Our American Family: The Barreras Family provides a compelling narrative of unwavering commitment to family. Life in the remote company-owned town of Madrid in the 1920s and '30s was a mixture of hard, dangerous work offset by the joy of baseball and celebrations. With the closing of the mine in the early '40s, the extended family re-established itself in southern California by living frugally and powerfully supporting one another through challenges. 
Nov 12
9:30 PM
As Long As We Dance As Long As We Dance is a glimpse inside the 11th and final "New Faces of An Ancient People Traditional American Indian Powwow" held in State College, PA. It features the stories of American Indian dancers, drummers, vendors and organizers from various tribes, who travel thousands of miles to participate in the powwow each year and shows the impact the event has had on them and the surrounding central Pennsylvania community. The powwow is a place where people find themselves, connect with their culture and pass on their traditions to the next generation. 
Nov 12
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 12
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Nov 13
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Midwest U.S.A. Justine travels to Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin, known as "America's Cereal Bowl." Here she finds a beautiful land of miles-long lakes and mountains, lumberjacks and Native American tribes; strange, experimental aircraft and Harley Davidsons; Mark Twain; and the world's first McDonald's. And that's all before she visits the metropolises of Chicago and Detroit with their fascinating history of gangsters, Motown music and automobiles. 
Nov 13
8:00 PM
NOVA Ben Franklin's Balloons The first stage in the adventure of human flight began with daring inventors and aeronauts in 18th-century Paris, where a handful of brilliant and colorful pioneers developed all the essential features of today's hot air and gas balloons. Their exploits fascinated Benjamin Franklin, who was serving in Paris as the American ambassador. To explore this burst of innovation, NOVA re-creates key flights, including the world's first manned voyage on November 21, 1783. A descendant of the Montgolfier brothers, who invented the hot-air balloon, will join a team to build an accurate replica of the fragile paper and canvas craft using 18th-century tools and materials. NOVA evokes the thrilling and daunting prospect that the balloon pioneers faced as they left Earth for the first time. 
Nov 13
9:00 PM
America's Amazon: The Mobile-Tensaw Delta "America's Amazon" paints a visually stunning documentary portrait of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, an amazing watery world, and one of the continent's most diverse biological treasures. Through compelling descriptions of this rich river system's origins, history, and connections to plants, animals and man, we gain a deeper understanding of what is at stake as the population living around the Delta grows.With appearances by world-renowned Harvard Professor and Pulitzer prize winning author, Dr. Edward O. Wilson and other Alabamians, this compelling and informative one hour documentary reveals a hidden world in constant transition.Ultimately, this award-winning film suggests we must act now to protect this great wilderness for future generations, before it is lost forever. 
Nov 13
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 13
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Nov 14
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Nov 14
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
Nov 14
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company  Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas aimed at helping viewers make sense of our tumultuous times through the insight of America's strongest thinkers. Airing on public television and radio stations across the country, the series continues Moyers' long-running conversation with the American public by offering a forum to poets, writers, artists, journalists, scientists, philosophers, and leading scholars. It also features Moyers' hallmark essays on democracy.  
Nov 14
9:30 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane  Colorado has a vibrant arts community that ranges from theater, dance and music, to visual arts, writers, and so much more. While many know when large events come to town, you may not know about the wonderful things being created right here! IN FOCUS WITH EDEN LANE will work to keep you informed, so you can keep it all, in focus.  
Nov 14
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 14
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Nov 15
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Ed Sheeran/Valerie June Singer/songwriters Ed Sheeran and Valerie June perform. Sheeran lights up hits "Sing!" and "A-Team," while June burns through material from her acclaimed LP Pushin' Against a Stone. 
Nov 15
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den The Killers The Killers played an unforgettable show in New York City at the magnificent Chinatown landmark Capitale, designed in the 19th Century by influential architect Stanford White as the home of the Bowery Savings Bank. The Las Vegas-based band drew on material from across their multi-platinum catalogue, including such smash hits as "Mr. Brightside" and "Human."Song List"Spaceman""Miss Atomic Bomb""Human""A Dustland Fairytale""Mr. Brightside""All These Things That I've Done""Flesh And Bone"Vegas Documentary feat. "Runaways"Two Door Cinema Club Spotlight feat. "Sleep Alone" and "What You Know" Recorded July 24, 2012, Capitale, New York, NY. 
Nov 15
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Rubedo & Kevin O'Brien Rubedo is the alchemy of rock and roll. In this studio session, the Denver-based band (Kyle Gray, Alex Trujillo and Gregg Ziemba) performs music that communicates positive mantras overlaying an organic sound of psychedelia, roots, and rock with tasty sprinkles of hip-hop and soul. The special also features local wiseacre Kevin O'Brien. 
Nov 15
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 7: Jessi OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by The Outfit, Elin Palmer, Chuck Pyle, Born in the Flood and Ned Garthe Explosion. OpenAir's Jessi Whitten will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Nov 15
10:00 PM
Now Playing The Strange, Part 2 Locally produced, this live music & interview series showcases independent music artists in the area. This week, the series continues to focus on New Mexico "desert rock" act The Strange. The episode includes footage of the band playing at the Sidewinder Tavern in Denver's Globeville section as well as an interview at Black Shirt Brewing by BSB co-founder and head brewer Branden Miller. Part 2 of 2. 
Nov 15
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Davina & the Vagabonds Swinging through multiple generations and genres of New Orleans grooves, this band is propelled by its frontwoman's megawatt personality. Davina's live performance must be seen to be believed. She is the rare dichotomy of the self-professed shy, reserved and tentative personality juxtaposed with a primal piano prowess and look-at-me brass that embodies the idea of "showmanship." In her, Mae West meets Bette Midler meets Dr. John. 
Nov 16
8:00 PM
POV Big Men Over five years, director Rachel Boynton and her cinematographer film the quest for oil in Ghana by Dallas-based Kosmos. The company develops the country's first commercial oil field, yet its success is quickly compromised by political intrigue and accusations of corruption. As Ghanaians wait to reap the benefits of oil, the filmmakers discover violent resistance down the coast in the Niger Delta, where poor Nigerians have yet to prosper from decades-old oil fields. "Big Men," executive produced by Brad Pitt, provides an unprecedented inside look at the global deal-making and dark underside of energy development — a contest for money and power that is reshaping the world. 
Nov 16
9:30 PM
Next Door Neighbors - Community We are a nation of immigrants. For over 400 years America has been a beacon for individuals around the globe searching for a better life. While our new international neighbors make many contributions to our community, they also face challenges that come with adapting to a new environment. A number of charitable organizations work tirelessly to address those challenges, and "Next Door Neighbors: Community" highlights three of those organizations. 
Nov 16
10:30 PM
Globe Trekker Midwest U.S.A. Justine travels to Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin, known as "America's Cereal Bowl." Here she finds a beautiful land of miles-long lakes and mountains, lumberjacks and Native American tribes; strange, experimental aircraft and Harley Davidsons; Mark Twain; and the world's first McDonald's. And that's all before she visits the metropolises of Chicago and Detroit with their fascinating history of gangsters, Motown music and automobiles. 
Nov 17
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Death Comes to Pemberley, Part 1 Six years after the end of Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth and Darcy plan a ball — with fatal consequences. A family enemy takes charge of the case. 
Nov 17
8:30 PM
Film School Shorts Risky Business Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Nov 17
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Creature Comforts Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Nov 17
9:30 PM
On Story James Franco: A Look Inside 127 Hours James Franco reveals his unique experience working on 127 HOURS, including his faith in director Danny Boyle's vision, and the collaborative approach from cast and crew to fulfill the tension needed to capture this true and tantalizing story. Followed by the allegorical short film, VOICE OVER, directed by Martin Rosete, about a few extreme situations that literally take your breath away. 
Nov 17
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 17
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Nov 18
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Preserve Sean often describes how his family ate growing up this way: "If we were eating, we were eating food from the garden or the basement — it's a way of life." In this episode, Sean shows us what it means to be eating from the basement by exploring the preservation techniques that are critical components of southern culture: drying, salt curing, canning and fermentation. 
Nov 18
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Roots Many chefs have their first exposure to cooking at a young age. For Sean Brock, who was born and raised in rural Virginia, it was the experience of his family growing their own food that left a deep impression. In this episode, Sean explores his roots, prepares a typical Appalachian dinner, cooks chicken dumplings with his mom, throws down with Chef Joseph Lenn at Blackberry Farms, and learns how to make fried okra and country ham on the farm. 
Nov 18
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Jacksonville, Part 2 In Jacksonville, Florida, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Stuart Whitehurst travel to the St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum to learn about a 17th-century pirate book. Highlights include a Babyland Rag topsy-turvy doll, ca. 1905, composed of both a Babyland Rag doll and a Steiff bear; a diamond Art Deco bracelet watch, purchased 30 years ago for a few hundred dollars and now estimated at $10,000 to $12,000; and Robert E. Lee's own map of critical battle areas around Richmond, brought to the ROADSHOW by a descendant of General Richard Stoddert Ewell, now worth $50,000 to $100,000. 
Nov 18
9:00 PM
Ultimate Restorations The Midmer-Losh: The World's Largest Pipe Organ # Built in 1929, the Midmer-Losh still holds the title as the world's largest musical instrument. 
Nov 18
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 18
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Nov 19
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE League of Denial: The NFL's Concussion Crisis The National Football League, a multibillion-dollar commercial juggernaut, presides over America's indisputable national pastime. But the NFL is under assault as thousands of former players and a host of scientists claim the league has covered up how football inflicted long-term brain injuries on many players. In this special investigation, FRONTLINE and prize-winning journalists Steve Fainaru and Mark Fainaru-Wada of ESPN reveal the hidden story of the NFL and brain injuries, drawn from their forthcoming book League of Denial: The NFL, Concussions and the Battle for Truth (Crown Archetype, October 2013). What did the NFL know and when did it know it? What's the truth about the risks to players? What can be done? The FRONTLINE investigation details how, for years, the league denied and worked to refute scientific evidence that the violent collisions at the heart of the game are linked to an alarming incidence of early onset dementia, catastrophic brain damage, death, and other devastating consequences for some of football's all-time greats. 
Nov 19
8:00 PM
El Taller Proyecto Teatro aims to make the arts accessible to the entire community, regardless of income levels, and to reduce social and cultural differences of society. For actor and director Alejandro Pedemonte creating a space that leads to human development through the arts was his main goal when he created Talleres Infantiles, a year round Spanish language art program for mostly low income students. We follow a group of students and volunteers for a year as they work together to improve their community while maintaining their culture alive. An Arts in Context special. 
Nov 19
9:00 PM
Silent Storytellers Silent Storytellers explores the cultural, artistic and personal stories cemeteries provide to their surrounding communities. Guided by author and cemetery researcher Abby Burnett, Silent Storytellers visits cemeteries features tombstones with tales of murder, family heirlooms and folk-art inspired carvings. 
Nov 19
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 19
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Nov 20
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Central America: Costa Rica & Nicaragua Neil Gibson visits the Costa Rican capital of San José, where he gets caught up in election fever, samples traditional cuisine and visits volunteers trying to combat poverty in the city. He cruises to Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve and encounters tarantulas, deadly snakes and rare birds before arriving at Volcan Arenal, where he relaxes in the hot springs. In Liberia, he attends a bull fiesta where tries his hand at being a cowboy. He crosses the border into Nicaragua and stops at El Castillo, site of the only castle in Central America. Neil plays baseball on the island of Mancarron, rolls cigars in Granada and explores Managua, site of the devastating earthquake. He ends his trip at the Volcan Masaya, known by the Indians as the "land of the gods" and by the Spanish as "the mouth of Hell." 
Nov 20
8:00 PM
NOVA First Air War When World War I began in 1914, the air forces of the opposing nations consisted of handfuls of rickety biplanes from which pilots occasionally took pot shots at one another with rifles. By 1918, the fighter had become an efficient killing machine with a growing strategic impact on the outcome of the war. With the help of aviation buffs dedicated to bringing back classic WWI fighters, NOVA joins the team as they uncover the secrets of some of aviation's most colorful and deadly early flying machines and explores how their impact played a key role in the nightmare slaughter of the Western Front. 
Nov 20
9:00 PM
Hunter's Raid: Defending Hearth & Home During the bloodiest summer of the Civil War, a northern army was ordered to devastate the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Filmed on location, this three-time Emmy award-winning documentary tells the story of "Hunter's Raid" through the voices of the men and women who lived it. 
Nov 20
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 20
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Nov 21
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits.  
Nov 21
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
Nov 21
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company  Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas aimed at helping viewers make sense of our tumultuous times through the insight of America's strongest thinkers. Airing on public television and radio stations across the country, the series continues Moyers' long-running conversation with the American public by offering a forum to poets, writers, artists, journalists, scientists, philosophers, and leading scholars. It also features Moyers' hallmark essays on democracy.  
Nov 21
9:30 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane  Colorado has a vibrant arts community that ranges from theater, dance and music, to visual arts, writers, and so much more. While many know when large events come to town, you may not know about the wonderful things being created right here! IN FOCUS WITH EDEN LANE will work to keep you informed, so you can keep it all, in focus.  
Nov 21
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 21
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues.