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TV Schedule

August 2015
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  • August 16th Sunday
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  • August 18th Tuesday
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  • August 21st Friday
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  • August 23rd Sunday
  • August 24th Monday
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  • August 26th Wednesday
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  • August 29th Saturday
  • August 30th Sunday
  • August 31st Monday
  • Sat August 1st | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 4-6 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat August 1st | 8:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat August 1st | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Sat August 1st | 10:00AM

    Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting: Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting

  • Sat August 1st | 10:30AM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Sat August 1st | 11:30AM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

    A short film on the region, it's history and the St. Louis connection.

  • Sat August 1st | 12:00PM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

    Full Circle, St. Louis Recycles introduces viewers to the basics of recycling, and takes a look at some of the most innovative and resourceful recycling that is taking place in St Louis.

  • Sat August 1st | 1:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: A New Hispanic Identity Emerges

    This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.

  • Sat August 1st | 1:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: A New Identity Emerges

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat August 1st | 2:00PM

    Collective Improvisation

    Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.

  • Sat August 1st | 3:00PM

    Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

    A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

  • Sat August 1st | 5:00PM

    The History Project: The Lost Kingdom of the Himalayas

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat August 1st | 6:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: A New Hispanic Identity Emerges

    This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.

  • Sat August 1st | 6:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: American Women Transform

    An eight-part series hosted by Donna Mills celebrates women's contributions to American history and inspiring accomplishments and victories from the 17th century to present day.

  • Sat August 1st | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: MOAHS WW2 Honor Flight for 92 year Old Veteran, Tom Mohan

    MOAHS honors 92 year old veteran Tom Mohan with a flight in the SBD Dauntless, 70 years after he flew in the same aircraft during the Battle of Guadalcanal.

  • Sat August 1st | 9:00PM

    To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango

    Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson's patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.

  • Sat August 1st | 9:30PM

    Liquid Light: Knock Knock America

  • Sun August 2nd | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 23-26

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun August 2nd | 11:00AM

    State of the Arts: Touhill Performing Arts Centre, October 2014

    St. Louis filmmakers, wood artists, actors, students and aerial artists are featured in this episode of State of the Arts.

  • Sun August 2nd | 12:00PM

    State of the Arts: HEC-TV’s State of the Arts at The Wildey Theatre, July 2014

    Swing dance, the band SHEL, Helene Sayad, MADCO and Eugene Redmond are featured in this State of the Arts.

  • Sun August 2nd | 1:00PM

    Liquid Light: Knock Knock America

  • Sun August 2nd | 2:30PM

    St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

    Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.

  • Sun August 2nd | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 68

    Playback episodes consist of compilations of student films from Webster University.

  • Sun August 2nd | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun August 2nd | 9:00PM

    Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

    A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

  • Mon August 3rd | 7:00AM

    Destinos: The Search

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon August 3rd | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Abroad

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon August 3rd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 3rd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 3rd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 3rd | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon August 3rd | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 805

    Hosted by Judy Brooks, Roy Walkenhorst and Olivia Newton-John, this series provides accessible, well-researched information on the new choices available to help achieve optimum well being for mind, body & spirit.

  • Mon August 3rd | 9:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Hope for the Alcoholic

    An informative health and wellness series, explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research.

  • Mon August 3rd | 10:00AM

    A History of Great Playwrights: Antiquity to the Renaissance

  • Mon August 3rd | 10:30AM

    Hollywood’s Greatest Directors: The Silent Era

  • Mon August 3rd | 11:00AM

    Taste of History: 18th Century Animals

    A cooking series that explores America's culinary beginnings from the Birthplace of American Cuisine.

  • Mon August 3rd | 1:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1994-2010

    From the past to the present, this eight-part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American history; the promise of equality for all.

  • Mon August 3rd | 1:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1772-1837

    Recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups.

  • Mon August 3rd | 2:00PM

    Railroads in U.S. History: The First Great Railroad Boom

  • Mon August 3rd | 4:00PM

    Frames: America’s Blues Movie, February 2014

    The story of the blues, it’s past, present and future, is told through interviews and performances. This feature-length documentary, a work in progress, is an ambitious effort to put the blues in context as a basic building block of not just American music, but American culture.

  • Mon August 3rd | 5:00PM

    A History of American Indian Achievement: Population of the North American Continent

    This series takes a new approach to presenting American Indian history from the first groups that crossed the Bering Sea, 14,000 years ago, to present day.

  • Mon August 3rd | 5:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: A New Identity Emerges

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon August 3rd | 6:00PM

    America's National Monuments: Slavery and the Plantation

    The American South is home to some of the world's most spectacular ecosystems, from coral reefs to salt water marshes. It is also home to the origin of slavery and the plantation system in America. Three national monuments present this profound legacy of ecology and history ... a history that includes the birth of the nation's first and greatest president, George Washington.

  • Mon August 3rd | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Mon August 3rd | 9:30PM

    Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting: Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting

  • Mon August 3rd | 10:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Tue August 4th | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 10

    Film history through the eyes of more than 150 Hollywood insiders.

  • Tue August 4th | 9:00AM

    Closer to Truth: Does Metaphysics Reveal Reality?

    The definitive television series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence.

  • Tue August 4th | 9:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: The Quantum World

    Dark matter, string theory, particle accelerators, and other big topics in modern physics come together in this series.

  • Tue August 4th | 11:00AM

    Atom: Key to the Cosmos

    This series chronicles how humanity solved the mystery of the atom. It is an inspiring and remarkable history.

  • Tue August 4th | 1:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Jewish Settlers Come to America

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue August 4th | 1:30PM

    A History of American Indian Achievement: Plains Indians War

    This series takes a new approach to presenting American Indian history from the first groups that crossed the Bering Sea, 14,000 years ago, to present day.

  • Tue August 4th | 2:00PM

    Frames: Joe Jones

    This series takes an in-depth look at St. Louis area filmmakers and their films.

  • Tue August 4th | 3:00PM

    Frames: The Color of Change

    Hosted by Kent Martin. This series takes an in-depth look at St. Louis area filmmakers and their films.

  • Tue August 4th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Steve Schankman

    Concert Promoter Steve Schankman

  • Tue August 4th | 5:00PM

    Lost Treasure of the Ancient World: The Celts

    This Series brings history and archeology to life through location footage and expert commentary and analysis.

  • Tue August 4th | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: The Gateway Arch: A Biography

  • Tue August 4th | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue August 4th | 9:00PM

    The Civil War: St. Louis: Hour-long 1

    The documentary series "The Civil War- St. Louis" will take a look at what it was like to live in a Union-controlled city located in a state with Confederate leanings. In the mid-1800's Missouri was populated by states' rights supporters who supported slavery, as well as abolitionist German immigrants. The 12-part series explores places in and around St. Louis where Civil War events unfolded.

  • Tue August 4th | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue August 4th | 10:30PM

    GED Connection: Episode 101

    An up-to-date series to help prepare for the GED exam.

  • Wed August 5th | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Family and Pets

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed August 5th | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Leisure

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed August 5th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Mandarin

  • Wed August 5th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed August 5th | 9:00AM

    Art Through Time: A Global View: Cosmology and Belief

    This series takes the viewer across the world and back through the ages to experience the art of many cultures and historical periods.

  • Wed August 5th | 9:30AM

    Frames: The World's Greatest Fair

    A local film and interview with the filmmaker of this look back at a St. Louis historical event-the 1904 World's Fair.

  • Wed August 5th | 1:00PM

    A History of Christianity: Protestantism

    A six-part series that reveals the true origins of Christianity and delves into what it means to be a Christian.

  • Wed August 5th | 2:00PM

    Liquid Light: A Different Way of Life

    Join new host Bob Wilcox who talks with Brent James about his film on the history and culture of the "Intentional Community."

  • Wed August 5th | 3:00PM

    Liquid Light: The Locket

    An enlightening true-life drama about the tragic loss of a family member during the Holocaust.

  • Wed August 5th | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: A Golden Age for Jewish Americans

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed August 5th | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Jewish Settlers Come to America

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed August 5th | 5:30PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: The Foudation for Equality

    This series highlights the many contributions of Black Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched our society.

  • Wed August 5th | 6:30PM

    Railroads in U.S. History: The First Great Railroad Boom

  • Wed August 5th | 8:00PM

    St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

    Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.

  • Wed August 5th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: German

  • Thu August 6th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 21

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu August 6th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 22

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu August 6th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Italian

  • Thu August 6th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu August 6th | 9:00AM

    Seeking Freedom

    Court documents found in St. Louis tell the inspiring story of courage when slaves from around the area fought for their freedom by challenging their owners in court.

  • Thu August 6th | 10:00AM

    The Civil War: St. Louis: Hour-long 2

    The documentary series "The Civil War- St. Louis" will take a look at what it was like to live in a Union-controlled city located in a state with Confederate leanings. In the mid-1800's Missouri was populated by states' rights supporters who supported slavery, as well as abolitionist German immigrants. The 12-part series explores places in and around St. Louis where Civil War events unfolded.

  • Thu August 6th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: Seven Wonders of Ancient Rome

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu August 6th | 1:00PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: The Foudation for Equality

    This series highlights the many contributions of Black Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched our society.

  • Thu August 6th | 1:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: American Women Transform

    An eight-part series hosted by Donna Mills celebrates women's contributions to American history and inspiring accomplishments and victories from the 17th century to present day.

  • Thu August 6th | 2:00PM

    Bluegrass Journey

    A one-of-a-kind film detailing the lives and artistry of bluegrass musicians across the country featuring Tony Rice, Nickel Creek and more.

  • Thu August 6th | 3:30PM

    To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango

    Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson's patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.

  • Thu August 6th | 5:00PM

    A History of Christianity: God in the Dock

    A six-part series that reveals the true origins of Christianity and delves into what it means to be a Christian.

  • Thu August 6th | 6:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1834-1868

    From the past to the present, this eight-part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American history; the promise of equality for all.

  • Thu August 6th | 6:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1903-1935

    Recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups.

  • Thu August 6th | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Thu August 6th | 10:00PM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 7th | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 47

    A French language course.

  • Fri August 7th | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 48

    A French language course.

  • Fri August 7th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: French

  • Fri August 7th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri August 7th | 9:00AM

    Bix Jazz Festival: Episode 1301

    The Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival (founded in 1972) is held in Bix's hometown of Davenport, Iowa to help keep alive the memory and musical talents of native son, Bix - cornetist, pianist, and composer.

  • Fri August 7th | 9:30AM

    Collective Improvisation

    Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.

  • Fri August 7th | 10:30AM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 7th | 10:30AM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 7th | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri August 7th | 1:00PM

    Frames: The World's Greatest Fair

    A local film and interview with the filmmaker of this look back at a St. Louis historical event-the 1904 World's Fair.

  • Fri August 7th | 3:30PM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

    A short film on the region, it's history and the St. Louis connection.

  • Fri August 7th | 5:00PM

    Ancient History: The Greek City State

    Globe Trekker's Zay Harding hosts this new look at ancient civilizations including the Mayans, the Greeks, Romans, Incas, the Anasazi, and more.

  • Fri August 7th | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Hope for the Alcoholic

    An informative health and wellness series, explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research.

  • Fri August 7th | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 805

    Hosted by Judy Brooks, Roy Walkenhorst and Olivia Newton-John, this series provides accessible, well-researched information on the new choices available to help achieve optimum well being for mind, body & spirit.

  • Fri August 7th | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: The Gateway Arch: A Biography

  • Fri August 7th | 9:00PM

    A History of Great Playwrights: Antiquity to the Renaissance

  • Fri August 7th | 9:30PM

    Hollywood’s Greatest Directors: The Golden Age of Hollywood

  • Fri August 7th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: Russian

  • Sat August 8th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 7-9 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat August 8th | 8:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat August 8th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Sat August 8th | 10:00AM

    Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting: Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting

  • Sat August 8th | 10:30AM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Sat August 8th | 11:30AM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

    A short film on the region, it's history and the St. Louis connection.

  • Sat August 8th | 12:00PM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

    Full Circle, St. Louis Recycles introduces viewers to the basics of recycling, and takes a look at some of the most innovative and resourceful recycling that is taking place in St Louis.

  • Sat August 8th | 1:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: A New Hispanic Identity Emerges

    This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.

  • Sat August 8th | 1:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: A New Identity Emerges

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat August 8th | 2:00PM

    Collective Improvisation

    Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.

  • Sat August 8th | 3:00PM

    Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

    A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

  • Sat August 8th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: The Lost Kingdom of the Himalayas

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat August 8th | 6:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: A New Hispanic Identity Emerges

    This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.

  • Sat August 8th | 6:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: American Women Transform

    An eight-part series hosted by Donna Mills celebrates women's contributions to American history and inspiring accomplishments and victories from the 17th century to present day.

  • Sat August 8th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: MOAHS WW2 Honor Flight for 92 year Old Veteran, Tom Mohan

    MOAHS honors 92 year old veteran Tom Mohan with a flight in the SBD Dauntless, 70 years after he flew in the same aircraft during the Battle of Guadalcanal.

  • Sat August 8th | 9:00PM

    To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango

    Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson's patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.

  • Sat August 8th | 9:30PM

    Liquid Light: Knock Knock America

  • Sun August 9th | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 27-30

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun August 9th | 9:00AM

    State of the Arts: April 2014, Harris Stowe State University

    Pokey LaFarge, Bella & Lily and Darwyn Apple are just some of the musicians featured in this State of the Arts.

  • Sun August 9th | 10:00AM

    State of the Arts: State of the Arts at World Chess Hall of Fame, January 2014

    The art of chess, dark graphic novels and a worldwide dance to Michael Jackson's Thriller are just some of the stories in this episode of SOTA.

  • Sun August 9th | 12:00PM

    State of the Arts: State of the Arts St. Louis Art Museum New Wing, June 2013

    A first look at the new wing of the St. Louis Art Museum --plus one on one with backup dancer Christina Grady and poet Ntozake Shange.

  • Sun August 9th | 1:00PM

    Liquid Light: Knock Knock America

  • Sun August 9th | 2:30PM

    St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

    Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.

  • Sun August 9th | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 55

    Playback episodes consist of compilations of student films from Webster University.

  • Sun August 9th | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun August 9th | 9:00PM

    Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

    A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

  • Mon August 10th | 7:00AM

    Destinos: Guilty

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon August 10th | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Faces

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon August 10th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 10th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 10th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 10th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon August 10th | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 806

    Hosted by Judy Brooks, Roy Walkenhorst and Olivia Newton-John, this series provides accessible, well-researched information on the new choices available to help achieve optimum well being for mind, body & spirit.

  • Mon August 10th | 9:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Innovations in Liver Transplatation

    An informative health and wellness series, explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research.

  • Mon August 10th | 10:00AM

    A History of Great Playwrights: The Theater Responds to Industrialization

  • Mon August 10th | 10:30AM

    Hollywood’s Greatest Directors: The Coming of Sound

  • Mon August 10th | 11:00AM

    Taste of History: Benjamin Franklin-Science Superstar

    A cooking series that explores America's culinary beginnings from the Birthplace of American Cuisine.

  • Mon August 10th | 1:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1774-1833

    From the past to the present, this eight-part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American history; the promise of equality for all.

  • Mon August 10th | 1:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1837-1862

    Recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups.

  • Mon August 10th | 2:00PM

    Railroads in U.S. History: A New Era in American Railroading

  • Mon August 10th | 4:00PM

    Frames: America’s Blues Movie, February 2014

    The story of the blues, it’s past, present and future, is told through interviews and performances. This feature-length documentary, a work in progress, is an ambitious effort to put the blues in context as a basic building block of not just American music, but American culture.

  • Mon August 10th | 5:00PM

    A History of American Indian Achievement: The Golden Age of Ancient American Indians

    This series takes a new approach to presenting American Indian history from the first groups that crossed the Bering Sea, 14,000 years ago, to present day.

  • Mon August 10th | 5:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: Chinese Americans Enter Mainstream Culture

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon August 10th | 6:00PM

    America's National Monuments: Civil War and the Confederacy

    The Civil War was the most devastating event in American history. Three southern national monuments tell the story of the war's origin ... The attack that started the conflict ... And how the American Civil War changed the country and the very nature of warfare itself.

  • Mon August 10th | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Mon August 10th | 9:30PM

    Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting: Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting

  • Mon August 10th | 10:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Tue August 11th | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 11

    Film history through the eyes of more than 150 Hollywood insiders.

  • Tue August 11th | 7:30AM

    American Cinema: Episode 12

    Film history through the eyes of more than 150 Hollywood insiders.

  • Tue August 11th | 9:00AM

    Closer to Truth: Complexity from Simplicity?

    The definitive television series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence.

  • Tue August 11th | 9:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Macroscopic Quantum Mechanics

    Dark matter, string theory, particle accelerators, and other big topics in modern physics come together in this series.

  • Tue August 11th | 11:00AM

    Atom: Clash of the Titans

    This series chronicles how humanity solved the mystery of the atom. It is an inspiring and remarkable history.

  • Tue August 11th | 1:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Jewish Americans Spread Across the Country

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue August 11th | 1:30PM

    A History of American Indian Achievement: Emergence of the American Indian Hero

    This series takes a new approach to presenting American Indian history from the first groups that crossed the Bering Sea, 14,000 years ago, to present day.

  • Tue August 11th | 2:00PM

    Frames: Impact: After the Crash

    “Impact” is the powerful story a a church youth group in Kentucky, coming back from an outing and being hit by a drunk driver in a pick-up truck. Twenty-seven people were killed, including twenty-three children, on May 14, 1988. Co-producer/writer Daniel Blake Smith brings us the story of the survivors and the families who lost loved ones and the larger story of the unsafe bus, which essentially exploded on contact with the truck.

  • Tue August 11th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Steve Schankman

    Concert Promoter Steve Schankman

  • Tue August 11th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: David Robertson

    discussion with Saint Louis Symphony conductor, maestro David Robertson.

  • Tue August 11th | 5:00PM

    Lost Treasure of the Ancient World: Ancient Rome

    This Series brings history and archeology to life through location footage and expert commentary and analysis.

  • Tue August 11th | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Chess-Strategy and Decision-Making

  • Tue August 11th | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue August 11th | 9:00PM

    The Civil War: St. Louis: Hour-long 2

    The documentary series "The Civil War- St. Louis" will take a look at what it was like to live in a Union-controlled city located in a state with Confederate leanings. In the mid-1800's Missouri was populated by states' rights supporters who supported slavery, as well as abolitionist German immigrants. The 12-part series explores places in and around St. Louis where Civil War events unfolded.

  • Tue August 11th | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue August 11th | 10:30PM

    GED Connection: Episode 102

    An up-to-date series to help prepare for the GED exam.

  • Wed August 12th | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Going Out

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed August 12th | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: School

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed August 12th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Mandarin

  • Wed August 12th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed August 12th | 9:00AM

    Art Through Time: A Global View: Death

    This series takes the viewer across the world and back through the ages to experience the art of many cultures and historical periods.

  • Wed August 12th | 9:30AM

    Frames: The World's Greatest Fair

    A local film and interview with the filmmaker of this look back at a St. Louis historical event-the 1904 World's Fair.

  • Wed August 12th | 1:00PM

    A History of Christianity: God in the Dock

    A six-part series that reveals the true origins of Christianity and delves into what it means to be a Christian.

  • Wed August 12th | 2:00PM

    Liquid Light: Jim Crow to Barack Obama

    An inter-generational conversation between African Americans from today’s generation and their elders who were forced to grew up during the Jim Crow era.

  • Wed August 12th | 3:00PM

    Liquid Light: The Locket

    An enlightening true-life drama about the tragic loss of a family member during the Holocaust.

  • Wed August 12th | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Jewish Americans Spread Across the Country

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed August 12th | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Jewish Americans Spread Across the Country

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed August 12th | 5:30PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: Depression and War

    This series highlights the many contributions of Black Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched our society.

  • Wed August 12th | 6:30PM

    Railroads in U.S. History: A New Era in American Railroading

  • Wed August 12th | 8:00PM

    St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

    Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.

  • Wed August 12th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: German

  • Thu August 13th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 23

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu August 13th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 24

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu August 13th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Italian

  • Thu August 13th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu August 13th | 9:00AM

    Seeking Freedom

    Court documents found in St. Louis tell the inspiring story of courage when slaves from around the area fought for their freedom by challenging their owners in court.

  • Thu August 13th | 10:00AM

    The Civil War: St. Louis: Hour-long 3

    The documentary series "The Civil War- St. Louis" will take a look at what it was like to live in a Union-controlled city located in a state with Confederate leanings. In the mid-1800's Missouri was populated by states' rights supporters who supported slavery, as well as abolitionist German immigrants. The 12-part series explores places in and around St. Louis where Civil War events unfolded.

  • Thu August 13th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: Seven Wonders of Ancient Greece

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu August 13th | 1:00PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: Depression and War

    This series highlights the many contributions of Black Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched our society.

  • Thu August 13th | 1:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: America Becomes a Super Power

    An eight-part series hosted by Donna Mills celebrates women's contributions to American history and inspiring accomplishments and victories from the 17th century to present day.

  • Thu August 13th | 2:00PM

    Bluegrass Journey

    A one-of-a-kind film detailing the lives and artistry of bluegrass musicians across the country featuring Tony Rice, Nickel Creek and more.

  • Thu August 13th | 3:30PM

    To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango

    Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson's patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.

  • Thu August 13th | 5:00PM

    A History of Christianity: The First Christianity

    A six-part series that reveals the true origins of Christianity and delves into what it means to be a Christian.

  • Thu August 13th | 6:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1869-1916

    From the past to the present, this eight-part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American history; the promise of equality for all.

  • Thu August 13th | 6:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1936-1963

    Recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups.

  • Thu August 13th | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Thu August 13th | 10:00PM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 14th | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 49

    A French language course.

  • Fri August 14th | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 50

    A French language course.

  • Fri August 14th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: French

  • Fri August 14th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri August 14th | 9:00AM

    Bix Jazz Festival: Episode 1302

    The Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival (founded in 1972) is held in Bix's hometown of Davenport, Iowa to help keep alive the memory and musical talents of native son, Bix - cornetist, pianist, and composer.

  • Fri August 14th | 9:30AM

    Collective Improvisation

    Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.

  • Fri August 14th | 10:30AM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 14th | 10:30AM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 14th | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri August 14th | 1:00PM

    Frames: The World's Greatest Fair

    A local film and interview with the filmmaker of this look back at a St. Louis historical event-the 1904 World's Fair.

  • Fri August 14th | 3:30PM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

    A short film on the region, it's history and the St. Louis connection.

  • Fri August 14th | 5:00PM

    Ancient History: The Incas

    Globe Trekker's Zay Harding hosts this new look at ancient civilizations including the Mayans, the Greeks, Romans, Incas, the Anasazi, and more.

  • Fri August 14th | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Innovations in Liver Transplatation

    An informative health and wellness series, explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research.

  • Fri August 14th | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 806

    Hosted by Judy Brooks, Roy Walkenhorst and Olivia Newton-John, this series provides accessible, well-researched information on the new choices available to help achieve optimum well being for mind, body & spirit.

  • Fri August 14th | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Chess-Strategy and Decision-Making

  • Fri August 14th | 9:00PM

    A History of Great Playwrights: The Great Resurgence of the Theater

  • Fri August 14th | 9:30PM

    Hollywood’s Greatest Directors: The Silent Era

  • Fri August 14th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: Russian

  • Sat August 15th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 10-12 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat August 15th | 8:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat August 15th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Sat August 15th | 10:00AM

    Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting: Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting

  • Sat August 15th | 10:30AM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Sat August 15th | 11:30AM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

    A short film on the region, it's history and the St. Louis connection.

  • Sat August 15th | 12:00PM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

    Full Circle, St. Louis Recycles introduces viewers to the basics of recycling, and takes a look at some of the most innovative and resourceful recycling that is taking place in St Louis.

  • Sat August 15th | 1:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Hispanics Become an American Minority

    This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.

  • Sat August 15th | 1:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: Chinese Americans Enter Mainstream Culture

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat August 15th | 2:00PM

    Collective Improvisation

    Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.

  • Sat August 15th | 3:00PM

    Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

    A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

  • Sat August 15th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: Hitler's Atlantic Wall

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat August 15th | 6:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Hispanics Become an American Minority

    This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.

  • Sat August 15th | 6:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: America Becomes a Super Power

    An eight-part series hosted by Donna Mills celebrates women's contributions to American history and inspiring accomplishments and victories from the 17th century to present day.

  • Sat August 15th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: MOAHS WW2 Honor Flight for 92 year Old Veteran, Tom Mohan

    MOAHS honors 92 year old veteran Tom Mohan with a flight in the SBD Dauntless, 70 years after he flew in the same aircraft during the Battle of Guadalcanal.

  • Sat August 15th | 9:00PM

    To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango

    Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson's patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.

  • Sat August 15th | 9:30PM

    Liquid Light: Knock Knock America

  • Sun August 16th | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 31-34

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun August 16th | 8:00AM

    State of the Arts: Foundry Art Centre March 2013

    Visitors to the Foundry Arts Centre not only see great art on display but also meet talented working artists.

  • Sun August 16th | 12:00PM

    State of the Arts: Touhill Performing Arts Centre, October 2014

    St. Louis filmmakers, wood artists, actors, students and aerial artists are featured in this episode of State of the Arts.

  • Sun August 16th | 1:00PM

    Liquid Light: Knock Knock America

  • Sun August 16th | 2:30PM

    St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

    Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.

  • Sun August 16th | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 56

    Playback episodes consist of compilations of student films from Webster University.

  • Sun August 16th | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun August 16th | 9:00PM

    Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

    A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

  • Mon August 17th | 7:00AM

    Destinos: Unforgettable

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon August 17th | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Dear Mrs. Suarez

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon August 17th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 17th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 17th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 17th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon August 17th | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 807

    Hosted by Judy Brooks, Roy Walkenhorst and Olivia Newton-John, this series provides accessible, well-researched information on the new choices available to help achieve optimum well being for mind, body & spirit.

  • Mon August 17th | 9:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Dyslipidemia

    An informative health and wellness series, explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research.

  • Mon August 17th | 10:00AM

    A History of Great Playwrights: Antiquity to the Renaissance

  • Mon August 17th | 10:30AM

    Hollywood’s Greatest Directors: The New Hollywood

  • Mon August 17th | 11:00AM

    Taste of History: David Rittenhouses' Orrery

    A cooking series that explores America's culinary beginnings from the Birthplace of American Cuisine.

  • Mon August 17th | 1:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1834-1868

    From the past to the present, this eight-part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American history; the promise of equality for all.

  • Mon August 17th | 1:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1863-1902

    Recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups.

  • Mon August 17th | 2:00PM

    Railroads in U.S. History: The Second Great Railroad Boom

  • Mon August 17th | 4:00PM

    Frames: America’s Blues Movie, February 2014

    The story of the blues, it’s past, present and future, is told through interviews and performances. This feature-length documentary, a work in progress, is an ambitious effort to put the blues in context as a basic building block of not just American music, but American culture.

  • Mon August 17th | 5:00PM

    A History of American Indian Achievement: The Great Transition

    This series takes a new approach to presenting American Indian history from the first groups that crossed the Bering Sea, 14,000 years ago, to present day.

  • Mon August 17th | 5:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: The Chinese American Super Achievers

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon August 17th | 6:00PM

    America's National Monuments: The Geologic West-Fossil Treasures of the Pacific Northwest

    Join Jordan Murphy as he explores eleven spectacular National Monuments throughout America's Pacific Northwest.

  • Mon August 17th | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Mon August 17th | 9:30PM

    Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting: Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting

  • Mon August 17th | 10:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Tue August 18th | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 12

    Film history through the eyes of more than 150 Hollywood insiders.

  • Tue August 18th | 7:30AM

    American Cinema: Episode 13

    Film history through the eyes of more than 150 Hollywood insiders.

  • Tue August 18th | 9:00AM

    Closer to Truth: Do Humans Have Free Will?

    The definitive television series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence.

  • Tue August 18th | 9:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Manipulating Light

    Dark matter, string theory, particle accelerators, and other big topics in modern physics come together in this series.

  • Tue August 18th | 9:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Emergent Behavior in Quantum Matter

    Dark matter, string theory, particle accelerators, and other big topics in modern physics come together in this series.

  • Tue August 18th | 11:00AM

    Atom: Illusion of Reality

    This series chronicles how humanity solved the mystery of the atom. It is an inspiring and remarkable history.

  • Tue August 18th | 1:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Succeeding in All Walks of LIfe

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue August 18th | 1:30PM

    A History of American Indian Achievement: American Indian Renaissance

    This series takes a new approach to presenting American Indian history from the first groups that crossed the Bering Sea, 14,000 years ago, to present day.

  • Tue August 18th | 2:00PM

    Frames: Deadline in Disaster

    It's the story of how the Joplin Globe responded in the aftermath of the killer tornado there In May, 2011. An interesting look at the role of a small-town daily in this age of social media, etc., when big news hits - literally, in this case.

  • Tue August 18th | 3:30PM

    You Are Here: Old Courthouse

    A variety of hosts delve into the abundant, rich history of our community by taking you on a personal tour of some of our area's most historic places.

  • Tue August 18th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Steve Schankman

    Concert Promoter Steve Schankman

  • Tue August 18th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: David Robertson

    discussion with Saint Louis Symphony conductor, maestro David Robertson.

  • Tue August 18th | 5:00PM

    Lost Treasure of the Ancient World: Stonehenge & The Ancient Britons

    This Series brings history and archeology to life through location footage and expert commentary and analysis.

  • Tue August 18th | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Customer Service Expert & NY Times Bestselling Author, Shep Hyken

  • Tue August 18th | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue August 18th | 9:00PM

    The Civil War: St. Louis: Hour-long 3

    The documentary series "The Civil War- St. Louis" will take a look at what it was like to live in a Union-controlled city located in a state with Confederate leanings. In the mid-1800's Missouri was populated by states' rights supporters who supported slavery, as well as abolitionist German immigrants. The 12-part series explores places in and around St. Louis where Civil War events unfolded.

  • Tue August 18th | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue August 18th | 10:30PM

    GED Connection: Episode 103

    An up-to-date series to help prepare for the GED exam.

  • Wed August 19th | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Sightseeing

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed August 19th | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Country Life

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed August 19th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Mandarin

  • Wed August 19th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed August 19th | 9:00AM

    Art Through Time: A Global View: Domestic Life

    This series takes the viewer across the world and back through the ages to experience the art of many cultures and historical periods.

  • Wed August 19th | 9:30AM

    Frames: The World's Greatest Fair

    A local film and interview with the filmmaker of this look back at a St. Louis historical event-the 1904 World's Fair.

  • Wed August 19th | 1:00PM

    A History of Christianity: The First Christianity

    A six-part series that reveals the true origins of Christianity and delves into what it means to be a Christian.

  • Wed August 19th | 2:00PM

    Liquid Light: A Sewer Runs Through It

    Join narrator John Goodman for a look at the River Des Peres in south St. Louis. Revisit its history and learn more about preserving it's future.

  • Wed August 19th | 3:30PM

    You Are Here: Ead's Bridge

    A variety of hosts delve into the abundant, rich history of our community by taking you on a personal tour of some of our area's most historic places.

  • Wed August 19th | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Succeeding in All Walks of LIfe

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed August 19th | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Succeeding in All Walks of LIfe

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed August 19th | 5:30PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: Civil Rights

    This series highlights the many contributions of Black Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched our society.

  • Wed August 19th | 6:30PM

    Railroads in U.S. History: The Second Great Railroad Boom

  • Wed August 19th | 8:00PM

    St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

    Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.

  • Wed August 19th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: German

  • Thu August 20th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 25

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu August 20th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 26

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu August 20th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Italian

  • Thu August 20th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu August 20th | 9:00AM

    Seeking Freedom

    Court documents found in St. Louis tell the inspiring story of courage when slaves from around the area fought for their freedom by challenging their owners in court.

  • Thu August 20th | 10:00AM

    The Civil War: St. Louis: Hour-long 1

    The documentary series "The Civil War- St. Louis" will take a look at what it was like to live in a Union-controlled city located in a state with Confederate leanings. In the mid-1800's Missouri was populated by states' rights supporters who supported slavery, as well as abolitionist German immigrants. The 12-part series explores places in and around St. Louis where Civil War events unfolded.

  • Thu August 20th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: Seven Wonders of Ancient Egypt

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu August 20th | 1:00PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: Civil Rights

    This series highlights the many contributions of Black Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched our society.

  • Thu August 20th | 1:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: American Women Find Their Voice

    An eight-part series hosted by Donna Mills celebrates women's contributions to American history and inspiring accomplishments and victories from the 17th century to present day.

  • Thu August 20th | 2:00PM

    Bluegrass Journey

    A one-of-a-kind film detailing the lives and artistry of bluegrass musicians across the country featuring Tony Rice, Nickel Creek and more.

  • Thu August 20th | 3:30PM

    To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango

    Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson's patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.

  • Thu August 20th | 5:00PM

    A History of Christianity: Catholicism

    A six-part series that reveals the true origins of Christianity and delves into what it means to be a Christian.

  • Thu August 20th | 6:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1917-1926

    From the past to the present, this eight-part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American history; the promise of equality for all.

  • Thu August 20th | 6:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1964-1970

    Recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups.

  • Thu August 20th | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Thu August 20th | 10:00PM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 21st | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 51

    A French language course.

  • Fri August 21st | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 52

    A French language course.

  • Fri August 21st | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: French

  • Fri August 21st | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri August 21st | 9:00AM

    Bix Jazz Festival: Episode 1303

    The Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival (founded in 1972) is held in Bix's hometown of Davenport, Iowa to help keep alive the memory and musical talents of native son, Bix - cornetist, pianist, and composer.

  • Fri August 21st | 9:30AM

    Collective Improvisation

    Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.

  • Fri August 21st | 10:30AM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 21st | 10:30AM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 21st | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri August 21st | 1:00PM

    Frames: The World's Greatest Fair

    A local film and interview with the filmmaker of this look back at a St. Louis historical event-the 1904 World's Fair.

  • Fri August 21st | 3:30PM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

    A short film on the region, it's history and the St. Louis connection.

  • Fri August 21st | 5:00PM

    Ancient History: The Maya

    Globe Trekker's Zay Harding hosts this new look at ancient civilizations including the Mayans, the Greeks, Romans, Incas, the Anasazi, and more.

  • Fri August 21st | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Dyslipidemia

    An informative health and wellness series, explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research.

  • Fri August 21st | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 807

    Hosted by Judy Brooks, Roy Walkenhorst and Olivia Newton-John, this series provides accessible, well-researched information on the new choices available to help achieve optimum well being for mind, body & spirit.

  • Fri August 21st | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Customer Service Expert & NY Times Bestselling Author, Shep Hyken

  • Fri August 21st | 9:00PM

    A History of Great Playwrights: The Theater Responds to Modernism

  • Fri August 21st | 9:30PM

    Hollywood’s Greatest Directors: The Coming of Sound

  • Fri August 21st | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: Russian

  • Sat August 22nd | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 13-15 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat August 22nd | 8:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat August 22nd | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Sat August 22nd | 10:00AM

    Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting: Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting

  • Sat August 22nd | 10:30AM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Sat August 22nd | 11:30AM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

    A short film on the region, it's history and the St. Louis connection.

  • Sat August 22nd | 12:00PM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

    Full Circle, St. Louis Recycles introduces viewers to the basics of recycling, and takes a look at some of the most innovative and resourceful recycling that is taking place in St Louis.

  • Sat August 22nd | 1:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Hispanics Become United States Citizens

    This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.

  • Sat August 22nd | 1:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: The Chinese American Super Achievers

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat August 22nd | 2:00PM

    Collective Improvisation

    Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.

  • Sat August 22nd | 3:00PM

    Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

    A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

  • Sat August 22nd | 5:00PM

    The History Project: UFO's-The Real History

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat August 22nd | 6:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Hispanics Become United States Citizens

    This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.

  • Sat August 22nd | 6:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: American Women Find Their Voice

    An eight-part series hosted by Donna Mills celebrates women's contributions to American history and inspiring accomplishments and victories from the 17th century to present day.

  • Sat August 22nd | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: MOAHS WW2 Honor Flight for 92 year Old Veteran, Tom Mohan

    MOAHS honors 92 year old veteran Tom Mohan with a flight in the SBD Dauntless, 70 years after he flew in the same aircraft during the Battle of Guadalcanal.

  • Sat August 22nd | 9:00PM

    To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango

    Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson's patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.

  • Sat August 22nd | 9:30PM

    Liquid Light: Knock Knock America

  • Sun August 23rd | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 35-38

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun August 23rd | 8:00AM

    State of the Arts: HEC-TV’s State of the Arts at The Wildey Theatre, July 2014

    Swing dance, the band SHEL, Helene Sayad, MADCO and Eugene Redmond are featured in this State of the Arts.

  • Sun August 23rd | 9:00AM

    State of the Arts: April 2014, Harris Stowe State University

    Pokey LaFarge, Bella & Lily and Darwyn Apple are just some of the musicians featured in this State of the Arts.

  • Sun August 23rd | 10:00AM

    State of the Arts: State of the Arts at World Chess Hall of Fame, January 2014

    The art of chess, dark graphic novels and a worldwide dance to Michael Jackson's Thriller are just some of the stories in this episode of SOTA.

  • Sun August 23rd | 12:00PM

    State of the Arts: State of the Arts St. Louis Art Museum New Wing, June 2013

    A first look at the new wing of the St. Louis Art Museum --plus one on one with backup dancer Christina Grady and poet Ntozake Shange.

  • Sun August 23rd | 1:00PM

    Liquid Light: Knock Knock America

  • Sun August 23rd | 2:30PM

    St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

    Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.

  • Sun August 23rd | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 57

    Playback episodes consist of compilations of student films from Webster University.

  • Sun August 23rd | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun August 23rd | 9:00PM

    Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

    A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

  • Mon August 24th | 7:00AM

    Destinos: Finally

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon August 24th | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Relationship

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon August 24th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 24th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 24th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 24th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon August 24th | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 901

    Hosted by Judy Brooks, Roy Walkenhorst and Olivia Newton-John, this series provides accessible, well-researched information on the new choices available to help achieve optimum well being for mind, body & spirit.

  • Mon August 24th | 9:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: The Science of Treating Atrial Fibrillation

    An informative health and wellness series, explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research.

  • Mon August 24th | 10:00AM

    A History of Great Playwrights: The Great Resurgence of the Theater

  • Mon August 24th | 10:30AM

    Hollywood’s Greatest Directors: The Modern Era

  • Mon August 24th | 11:00AM

    Taste of History: Yellow Fever

    A cooking series that explores America's culinary beginnings from the Birthplace of American Cuisine.

  • Mon August 24th | 1:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1869-1916

    From the past to the present, this eight-part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American history; the promise of equality for all.

  • Mon August 24th | 1:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1903-1935

    Recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups.

  • Mon August 24th | 2:00PM

    Railroads in U.S. History: Railroads Come to America

  • Mon August 24th | 4:00PM

    Frames: America’s Blues Movie, February 2014

    The story of the blues, it’s past, present and future, is told through interviews and performances. This feature-length documentary, a work in progress, is an ambitious effort to put the blues in context as a basic building block of not just American music, but American culture.

  • Mon August 24th | 5:00PM

    A History of American Indian Achievement: Resistance and Acceptance

    This series takes a new approach to presenting American Indian history from the first groups that crossed the Bering Sea, 14,000 years ago, to present day.

  • Mon August 24th | 5:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: America Embraces Chinese Culture

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon August 24th | 6:00PM

    America's National Monuments: The Geologic West-The Pacific Northwest's Ring of Fire

    Join Jordan Murphy as he explores eleven spectacular National Monuments throughout America's Pacific Northwest.

  • Mon August 24th | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Mon August 24th | 9:30PM

    Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting: Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting

  • Mon August 24th | 10:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Tue August 25th | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 1

    Film history through the eyes of more than 150 Hollywood insiders.

  • Tue August 25th | 7:30AM

    American Cinema: Episode 13

    Film history through the eyes of more than 150 Hollywood insiders.

  • Tue August 25th | 9:00AM

    Closer to Truth: What is God About?

    The definitive television series on Cosmos, Consciousness and God, a global journey in search of the vital ideas of existence.

  • Tue August 25th | 9:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Biophysics

    Dark matter, string theory, particle accelerators, and other big topics in modern physics come together in this series.

  • Tue August 25th | 9:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Biophysics

    Dark matter, string theory, particle accelerators, and other big topics in modern physics come together in this series.

  • Tue August 25th | 11:00AM

    Atom: Key to the Cosmos

    This series chronicles how humanity solved the mystery of the atom. It is an inspiring and remarkable history.

  • Tue August 25th | 1:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: A Golden Age for Jewish Americans

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue August 25th | 1:30PM

    A History of American Indian Achievement: Population of the North American Continent

    This series takes a new approach to presenting American Indian history from the first groups that crossed the Bering Sea, 14,000 years ago, to present day.

  • Tue August 25th | 2:00PM

    Frames: H2Ozarks/Walking the Line-New Energy in the Old West

    This edition of Frames features two half-hour documentaries with environmental themes.

  • Tue August 25th | 3:30PM

    You Are Here: Fort Belle Fontaine

    Second in a two-part series examining the life of General Daniel Bissell. Journey to Fort Belle Fontaine Park along the banks of the Missouri River in north St. Louis County.

  • Tue August 25th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Peter Martin

    HEC-TV's Don Wolff spoke with celebrated jazz artist Peter Martin

  • Tue August 25th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Peter Martin

    HEC-TV's Don Wolff spoke with celebrated jazz artist Peter Martin

  • Tue August 25th | 5:00PM

    Lost Treasure of the Ancient World: The Pyramids

    This Series brings history and archeology to life through location footage and expert commentary and analysis.

  • Tue August 25th | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Dethroning e King: The Hostile Takeover of Anheuser-Busch

    The University School of Business and Technology showcase business leaders from throughout the community.

  • Tue August 25th | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue August 25th | 9:00PM

    The Civil War: St. Louis: Hour-long 1

    The documentary series "The Civil War- St. Louis" will take a look at what it was like to live in a Union-controlled city located in a state with Confederate leanings. In the mid-1800's Missouri was populated by states' rights supporters who supported slavery, as well as abolitionist German immigrants. The 12-part series explores places in and around St. Louis where Civil War events unfolded.

  • Tue August 25th | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue August 25th | 10:30PM

    GED Connection: Episode 104

    An up-to-date series to help prepare for the GED exam.

  • Wed August 26th | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Work

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed August 26th | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: The Arts

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed August 26th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Mandarin

  • Wed August 26th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed August 26th | 9:00AM

    Art Through Time: A Global View: Writing

    This series takes the viewer across the world and back through the ages to experience the art of many cultures and historical periods.

  • Wed August 26th | 9:30AM

    Frames: The World's Greatest Fair

    A local film and interview with the filmmaker of this look back at a St. Louis historical event-the 1904 World's Fair.

  • Wed August 26th | 1:00PM

    A History of Christianity: Catholicism

    A six-part series that reveals the true origins of Christianity and delves into what it means to be a Christian.

  • Wed August 26th | 2:00PM

    Liquid Light: St. Benedict’s Rule

    A film from Jay Kanzler about a Missouri monastery and the monks who live within its walls. Hear about their lifestyle and beliefs and how their faith was tested during a 2002 massacre at Conception Abbey.

  • Wed August 26th | 3:30PM

    You Are Here: Ead's Bridge

    A variety of hosts delve into the abundant, rich history of our community by taking you on a personal tour of some of our area's most historic places.

  • Wed August 26th | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: A Golden Age for Jewish Americans

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed August 26th | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: A Golden Age for Jewish Americans

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed August 26th | 5:30PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: A New Age

    This series highlights the many contributions of Black Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched our society.

  • Wed August 26th | 6:30PM

    Railroads in U.S. History: Railroads Come to America

  • Wed August 26th | 8:00PM

    St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

    Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.

  • Wed August 26th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: German

  • Thu August 27th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 27

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu August 27th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 28

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu August 27th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Italian

  • Thu August 27th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu August 27th | 9:00AM

    Seeking Freedom

    Court documents found in St. Louis tell the inspiring story of courage when slaves from around the area fought for their freedom by challenging their owners in court.

  • Thu August 27th | 10:00AM

    The Civil War: St. Louis: Hour-long 2

    The documentary series "The Civil War- St. Louis" will take a look at what it was like to live in a Union-controlled city located in a state with Confederate leanings. In the mid-1800's Missouri was populated by states' rights supporters who supported slavery, as well as abolitionist German immigrants. The 12-part series explores places in and around St. Louis where Civil War events unfolded.

  • Thu August 27th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: The Mystery of the Black Mummy

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu August 27th | 1:00PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: A New Age

    This series highlights the many contributions of Black Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched our society.

  • Thu August 27th | 1:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: A New Age of Equality

    An eight-part series hosted by Donna Mills celebrates women's contributions to American history and inspiring accomplishments and victories from the 17th century to present day.

  • Thu August 27th | 2:00PM

    Bluegrass Journey

    A one-of-a-kind film detailing the lives and artistry of bluegrass musicians across the country featuring Tony Rice, Nickel Creek and more.

  • Thu August 27th | 3:30PM

    To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango

    Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson's patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.

  • Thu August 27th | 5:00PM

    A History of Christianity: Orthodoxy

    A six-part series that reveals the true origins of Christianity and delves into what it means to be a Christian.

  • Thu August 27th | 6:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1927-1961

    From the past to the present, this eight-part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American history; the promise of equality for all.

  • Thu August 27th | 6:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1971-1973

    Recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups.

  • Thu August 27th | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Thu August 27th | 10:00PM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 28th | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 1

    A French language course.

  • Fri August 28th | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 2

    A French language course.

  • Fri August 28th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: French

  • Fri August 28th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri August 28th | 9:00AM

    Bix Jazz Festival: Episode 1304

    The Bix Beiderbecke Jazz Festival (founded in 1972) is held in Bix's hometown of Davenport, Iowa to help keep alive the memory and musical talents of native son, Bix - cornetist, pianist, and composer.

  • Fri August 28th | 9:30AM

    Collective Improvisation

    Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.

  • Fri August 28th | 10:30AM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 28th | 10:30AM

    Jazz Reach: Miles Davis

    This exciting all new live multi-media program, presented by JazzReach at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, celebrates the legacy of the great Miles Davis.

  • Fri August 28th | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri August 28th | 1:00PM

    Frames: The World's Greatest Fair

    A local film and interview with the filmmaker of this look back at a St. Louis historical event-the 1904 World's Fair.

  • Fri August 28th | 3:30PM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

    A short film on the region, it's history and the St. Louis connection.

  • Fri August 28th | 5:00PM

    Ancient History: The Mound Builders

    Globe Trekker's Zay Harding hosts this new look at ancient civilizations including the Mayans, the Greeks, Romans, Incas, the Anasazi, and more.

  • Fri August 28th | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: The Science of Treating Atrial Fibrillation

    An informative health and wellness series, explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research.

  • Fri August 28th | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 901

    Hosted by Judy Brooks, Roy Walkenhorst and Olivia Newton-John, this series provides accessible, well-researched information on the new choices available to help achieve optimum well being for mind, body & spirit.

  • Fri August 28th | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Dethroning e King: The Hostile Takeover of Anheuser-Busch

    The University School of Business and Technology showcase business leaders from throughout the community.

  • Fri August 28th | 9:00PM

    A History of Great Playwrights: The Theater Turns Inward

  • Fri August 28th | 9:30PM

    Hollywood’s Greatest Directors: The New Hollywood

  • Fri August 28th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: Russian

  • Sat August 29th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 16-18 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat August 29th | 8:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat August 29th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Sat August 29th | 10:00AM

    Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting: Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting

  • Sat August 29th | 10:30AM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Sat August 29th | 11:30AM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

    A short film on the region, it's history and the St. Louis connection.

  • Sat August 29th | 12:00PM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

    Full Circle, St. Louis Recycles introduces viewers to the basics of recycling, and takes a look at some of the most innovative and resourceful recycling that is taking place in St Louis.

  • Sat August 29th | 1:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Emergence of a Unique Hispanic Culture

    This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.

  • Sat August 29th | 1:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: America Embraces Chinese Culture

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat August 29th | 2:00PM

    Collective Improvisation

    Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.

  • Sat August 29th | 3:00PM

    Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

    A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

  • Sat August 29th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: The Battle for Christendom

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat August 29th | 6:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Emergence of a Unique Hispanic Culture

    This series highlights the many contributions of Hispanic Americans that have influenced our culture, and enriched society.

  • Sat August 29th | 6:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: A New Age of Equality

    An eight-part series hosted by Donna Mills celebrates women's contributions to American history and inspiring accomplishments and victories from the 17th century to present day.

  • Sat August 29th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: MOAHS WW2 Honor Flight for 92 year Old Veteran, Tom Mohan

    MOAHS honors 92 year old veteran Tom Mohan with a flight in the SBD Dauntless, 70 years after he flew in the same aircraft during the Battle of Guadalcanal.

  • Sat August 29th | 9:00PM

    To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango

    Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson's patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.

  • Sat August 29th | 9:30PM

    Liquid Light: Knock Knock America

  • Sun August 30th | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 39-42

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun August 30th | 8:00AM

    State of the Arts: Foundry Art Centre March 2013

    Visitors to the Foundry Arts Centre not only see great art on display but also meet talented working artists.

  • Sun August 30th | 9:00AM

    State of the Arts: September 2012

    A special episode of State of the Arts takes you backstage and behind the scenes as hundreds of regional artists prepare for the third annual American Arts-St. Louis Festival. Our cameras follow choreographers, artists, curators, and musicians as they create work sure to delight crowds during 17 days of nonstop art from October 5-21. HEC-TV is proud to be a major media partner of the American Arts Experience-St. Louis Festival.

  • Sun August 30th | 11:00AM

    State of the Arts: May 2012

    Visit to Craft Alliance, meet new Executive producer at the Muny Mike Isaacson, see where new plays get their start and a unique performance at Pulitizer foundation.

  • Sun August 30th | 1:00PM

    Liquid Light: Knock Knock America

  • Sun August 30th | 2:30PM

    St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

    Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became "The Gateway to the West." Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.

  • Sun August 30th | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 58

    Playback episodes consist of compilations of student films from Webster University.

  • Sun August 30th | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun August 30th | 9:00PM

    Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries

    A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.

  • Mon August 31st | 7:00AM

    Destinos: The Tollbooth

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon August 31st | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Memories

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon August 31st | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: Spanish

  • Mon August 31st | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 902

    Hosted by Judy Brooks, Roy Walkenhorst and Olivia Newton-John, this series provides accessible, well-researched information on the new choices available to help achieve optimum well being for mind, body & spirit.

  • Mon August 31st | 9:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Anaphylaxis-Allergies That Can Kill

    An informative health and wellness series, explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research.

  • Mon August 31st | 10:00AM

    A History of Great Playwrights: The Theater Responds to Modernism

  • Mon August 31st | 10:30AM

    Hollywood’s Greatest Directors: The Golden Age of Hollywood

  • Mon August 31st | 11:00AM

    Taste of History: Betty Ross Sews a Legend

    A cooking series that explores America's culinary beginnings from the Birthplace of American Cuisine.

  • Mon August 31st | 1:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1917-1926

    From the past to the present, this eight-part series takes the viewer through one of the most powerful forces in American history; the promise of equality for all.

  • Mon August 31st | 1:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1936-1963

    Recounts the significant advances and the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups.

  • Mon August 31st | 2:00PM

    Railroads in U.S. History: The First Great Railroad Boom

  • Mon August 31st | 4:00PM

    Frames: America’s Blues Movie, February 2014

    The story of the blues, it’s past, present and future, is told through interviews and performances. This feature-length documentary, a work in progress, is an ambitious effort to put the blues in context as a basic building block of not just American music, but American culture.

  • Mon August 31st | 5:00PM

    A History of American Indian Achievement: The New Indian Leaders

    This series takes a new approach to presenting American Indian history from the first groups that crossed the Bering Sea, 14,000 years ago, to present day.

  • Mon August 31st | 5:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: The Modern Chinese American

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon August 31st | 6:00PM

    America's National Monuments: The GeologicWest-The Historic Pacific Northwest

    Join Jordan Murphy as he explores eleven spectacular National Monuments throughout America's Pacific Northwest.

  • Mon August 31st | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Mon August 31st | 9:30PM

    Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting: Glaciers & Icecaps: The Melting

  • Mon August 31st | 10:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

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