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Documentaries on City 12 - November 2012

The Documentaries listed below will air on City 12 during the following timeslots:

Monday-Friday: 7pm
Sundays: 9pm

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  1 THURS      Broadway: The American Musical #105   “Tradition (1957-1979)”

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Native American History Month programming on City 12

Throughout November, 2013

City 12 celebrates Native American History Month with special programming and documentaries throughout November.

Scrapbook Soup

Sundays at 1pm Starting October 28th

We're mixing it up on a new series called Scrapbook Soup.

Documentaries on City 12 - October 2012

The Documentaries listed below will air on City 12 during the following timeslots:

Monday-Friday: 7pm
Sundays: 9pm

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  1 MON         7pm *Music Voyager #209 “Afro-Columbian Grooves”

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Assignment the World Returns Weekly

Fridays at 6pm & 6:15pm – Starting September 14th

The world is getting smaller. Advances in technologies allow us to travel the globe in search of information. Television and computers bring the events of the world into our homes.

Homework Hotline Returns Weekdays

Monday-Thursday at 6pm – Starting September 10th

Designed for children in grades four through twelve, the program – which is now in its 22nd season – provides the tools students need to succeed with homework, and supports academic achievement across a variety of New York State Learning Standards.

American Graduate Day USA

Sat, 09/22/2012 - 1:00pm

In support of the public media initiative to help students stay on the path to on-time high school graduation and future success, WXXI presents American Graduate Day USA.

Documentaries on City 12 - September 2012

The Documentaries listed below will air on City 12 during the following timeslots:

Monday-Friday: 7pm
Sundays: 9pm

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Nature

Thursdays at 1pm - Starting August 2nd

NATURE, television's longest-running weekly natural history series!

Pati’s Mexican Table

Thursdays at 12:30pm – Starting August 9th

PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexican flavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens.

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