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TV Schedule

June 2015
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  • June 21st Sunday
  • June 22nd Monday
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  • June 26th Friday
  • June 27th Saturday
  • June 28th Sunday
  • June 29th Monday
  • June 30th Tuesday
  • Mon June 1st | 7:00AM

    Destinos: The Beginning

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon June 1st | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Lost

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon June 1st | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon June 1st | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: TV Schedule

  • Mon June 1st | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon June 1st | 8:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Back to Full Stride-Knee Replacement

  • Mon June 1st | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 1206

    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 June 1st | 9:30AM

    Five Phenomenal Women

    Inspired by Maya Angelou's poem Phenomenal Women, five African-American educators, and students themselves, bring courage, humor, and selflessness to their everyday lives as they teach young people with special needs while working with their own families and to fulfill their own dreams.

  • Mon June 1st | 10:00AM

    Writers: African American Writers

    Anthony Grooms, Ravi Howard, and Dedra Johnson talk of everything from choosing their stories to marketing their work,.

  • Mon June 1st | 11:00AM

    Wild!: Brazil's Pantanal PT 1

    Nature and wildlife documentaries.

  • Mon June 1st | 12:00PM

    State of the Arts:

  • Mon June 1st | 1:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1965-1993

    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 June 1st | 1:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1973-2011

    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 June 1st | 2:00PM

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

  • Mon June 1st | 2:30PM

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

  • Mon June 1st | 3:00PM

    Out on a Limb: Out on a Limb

  • Mon June 1st | 5:00PM

    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.

  • Mon June 1st | 5:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: Chinese Americans Spread Their Wings

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon June 1st | 6:00PM

    America's National Monuments: Southern Spanish Colonies

    Of the three European countries vying for control of what would become the United States, Spain was the first to establish a colony more than 40 years before the English founded Jamestown. Three monuments tell the rich story of colonial Spain in the South.

  • Mon June 1st | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Tue June 2nd | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 1

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

  • Tue June 2nd | 9:00AM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Tue June 2nd | 9:30AM

    A Conversation With: Dick Gregory

    HEC-TV's Cordell Whitlock and Dick Gregory.

  • Tue June 2nd | 10:00AM

    Clean Mic

    The film that tracks Washington, DC, and New York City comedians as they attempt to perform clean comedy in an unclean world, starring Dick Gregory.

  • Tue June 2nd | 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 June 2nd | 12:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Tue June 2nd | 1:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Entering Mainstream Culture

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue June 2nd | 1:30PM

    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.

  • Tue June 2nd | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Tue June 2nd | 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 June 2nd | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Ron Himes

    Conversation with Ron Himes Producing Director of the Black Rep.

  • Tue June 2nd | 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 June 2nd | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Women in Leadership

  • Tue June 2nd | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue June 2nd | 9:00PM

    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.

  • Tue June 2nd | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue June 2nd | 10:30PM

    Minnesingers: Minnesingers

    Music brought to you by the Minnesota Association of Songwriters.

  • Wed June 3rd | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Family and Pets

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed June 3rd | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Leisure

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed June 3rd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed June 3rd | 8:30AM

    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.

  • Wed June 3rd | 8:30AM

    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.

  • Wed June 3rd | 9:00AM

    Art Through Time: A Global View: Converging Cultures

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

  • Wed June 3rd | 9:30AM

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

  • Wed June 3rd | 10:00AM

    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 June 3rd | 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 June 3rd | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Wed June 3rd | 3:00PM

    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.

  • Wed June 3rd | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: The Flowering of Jewsih Americans

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed June 3rd | 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 June 3rd | 6:00PM

    iAm Ladue: Discussing Ferguson, November 2014

    Ladue View and Ladue Schools Today programming combined create the only high school produced show on HEC-TV.

  • Wed June 3rd | 6:30PM

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

  • Wed June 3rd | 7:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Wed June 3rd | 10:00PM

    Frames: The Color of Change

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

  • Thu June 4th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 3

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu June 4th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 4

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu June 4th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu June 4th | 8:30AM

    Closer to Truth: How is God All Powerful?

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

  • Thu June 4th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Thu June 4th | 10:00AM

    Inside Noah's Ark: The Desert

    A look into the management of African Wildlife Reserves.

  • Thu June 4th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: Digging for Jesus

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu June 4th | 1:00PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: Settling the New World

  • Thu June 4th | 1:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: The Making of a New World

    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 June 4th | 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.

  • Thu June 4th | 4:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Thu June 4th | 5:00PM

    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.

  • Thu June 4th | 6:00PM

    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.

  • Thu June 4th | 6:30PM

    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.

  • Thu June 4th | 7:00PM

    State of the Arts:

  • Thu June 4th | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri June 5th | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 29

    A French language course.

  • Fri June 5th | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 30

    A French language course.

  • Fri June 5th | 8:00AM

    GED Connection: Episode 128

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

  • Fri June 5th | 8:30AM

    GED Connection: Episode 129

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

  • Fri June 5th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Fri June 5th | 10:00AM

    Ancient History: Death of the Roman Republic

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

  • Fri June 5th | 11:00AM

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

  • Fri June 5th | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri June 5th | 1:00PM

    Veterans Voice

  • Fri June 5th | 1:30PM

    Warrior’s Return

    A documentary about Navajo warriors who serve in the military to defend their land since, in their view the U.S. is still Indian land.

  • Fri June 5th | 2:00PM

    You Are Here: Underground Railroad

    Host Alex Fees examines both the written and oral traditions surrounding the history of the Underground Railroad in St, Louis.

  • Fri June 5th | 2:30PM

    Liquid Light: You Can't Arrest Freedom

    A look back at the civil rights movement in St. Louis.

  • Fri June 5th | 5:00PM

    Ancient History: The Roman Empire

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

  • Fri June 5th | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Bone Metastasis in Cancer Patients

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

  • Fri June 5th | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 1202

    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 June 5th | 7:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Fri June 5th | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Women in Leadership

  • Fri June 5th | 9:00PM

    Wild!: Brazil's Pantanal PT 2

    Nature and wildlife documentaries.

  • Fri June 5th | 10:00PM

    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.

  • Sat June 6th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 16-18 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat June 6th | 8:00AM

    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.

  • Sat June 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.

  • Sat June 6th | 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 June 6th | 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 June 6th | 2:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat June 6th | 2:30PM

    Land of the Dragon: Voyages of the Great Zheng He

    Sheds light on the lives, struggles, and cultures of China’s 56 ethnic groups, the people's relationships to the land, and the effects of modernization on Chinese individuals and society.

  • Sat June 6th | 3:00PM

    Man Made Marvels of Asia: Petronas Towers

    From Japan to Taiwan to Korea, Asian states are at the forefront of the cutting edge of architecture, design, and engineering. The tallest building, the toughest tunnel, the fastest train -- Asia is home to projects that push the limits.

  • Sat June 6th | 4:00PM

    State of the Arts:

  • Sat June 6th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: Secrets of Ancient Peru

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat June 6th | 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 June 6th | 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 June 6th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: HEC-TV Preview

    Get an inside peek at upcoming segments from our most popular shows.

  • Sat June 6th | 7:30PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat June 6th | 7:30PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat June 6th | 8:30PM

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

  • Sat June 6th | 9:00PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sat June 6th | 9:30PM

    A Conversation With: Dick Gregory

    HEC-TV's Cordell Whitlock and Dick Gregory.

  • Sat June 6th | 10:00PM

    Clean Mic

    The film that tracks Washington, DC, and New York City comedians as they attempt to perform clean comedy in an unclean world, starring Dick Gregory.

  • Sun June 7th | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 43-46

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun June 7th | 8:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 7th | 8:30AM

    A Conversation With: David Robertson

    discussion with Saint Louis Symphony conductor, maestro David Robertson.

  • Sun June 7th | 11:00AM

    A Conversation With: Andrew Young

    Andrew Young noted noted civil rights leader and former ambassador.

  • Sun June 7th | 1:00PM

    Made in Taiwan: Made in Taiwan

    In this documentary, molecular biology leaves the classroom as the two central characters, Nathan Rarere and Oscar Kightley, both of Polynesian decent, take us on a journey across the Pacific and into Asia in search of their roots.

  • Sun June 7th | 2:00PM

    A Conversation With: French Prince Louis de Bourbon

  • Sun June 7th | 2:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Bill Donius

    Author and St. Louis native Bill Donius tells us about a method that can help you get those occasional "Aha moments" to happen much more frequently…a method that's as easy as switching your pen from one hand to the other.  He says it's all about learning how to use your whole brain, including your right brain – the side of your brain that's often ignored as left brain logic takes over answering most of our daily questions.  Donius says using your whole brain can change your perspectives, actions, habits and moods in revolutionary ways.  It was successful for hundreds of volunteers who tried it out before he wrote his book, Thought Revolution: How to Unlock Your Inner Genius; volunteers that included executives from Express Scripts, Enterprise Rent-a-Car and Clear Channel Broadcasting.  Business leaders are now taking his findings into the workplace to try to unlock innovative ideas from the right hemisphere of employees' minds.

  • Sun June 7th | 3:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 7th | 3:30PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sun June 7th | 3:30PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sun June 7th | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 60

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

  • Sun June 7th | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun June 7th | 7:00PM

    State of the Arts:

  • Sun June 7th | 9:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Buzz Bissinger

    He's known for giving an insider's in-depth look at sports; Cardinals baseball strategy with Three Nights in August (when he told the story of the 2003 three game series between the Cardinals and Cubs from Tony LaRussa's perspective) and the intensity of high school football in Friday Night Lights. But, recently Buzz Bissinger turned the pen on himself and wrote Father's Day - a raw look at raising premature twins, one of which has brain damage. In this conversation, Bissinger not only talks about a poignant moment at Six Flags St. Louis featured in that new book, he discusses Cardinal nation (made up of what he calls the "Best fans in baseball"), recent changes in the Cardinals clubhouse (and where he thinks Albert Pujols should've went) and the unusual evolution of the care of premature babies. It's an intriguing talk that has multiple connections to Missouri, especially St. Louis.

  • Sun June 7th | 9:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 7th | 10:00PM

    A Conversation With: David Robertson

    discussion with Saint Louis Symphony conductor, maestro David Robertson.

  • Mon June 8th | 7:00AM

    Destinos: The Farewell

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon June 8th | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Teacher

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon June 8th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon June 8th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: TV Schedule

  • Mon June 8th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon June 8th | 8:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Breath of Life

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

  • Mon June 8th | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 1207

    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 June 8th | 9:30AM

    Five Phenomenal Women

    Inspired by Maya Angelou's poem Phenomenal Women, five African-American educators, and students themselves, bring courage, humor, and selflessness to their everyday lives as they teach young people with special needs while working with their own families and to fulfill their own dreams.

  • Mon June 8th | 10:00AM

    Writers: African American Writers

    Anthony Grooms, Ravi Howard, and Dedra Johnson talk of everything from choosing their stories to marketing their work,.

  • Mon June 8th | 11:00AM

    Wild!: Brazil's Pantanal PT 2

    Nature and wildlife documentaries.

  • Mon June 8th | 12:00PM

    State of the Arts:

  • Mon June 8th | 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 June 8th | 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 June 8th | 2:00PM

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

  • Mon June 8th | 2:30PM

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

  • Mon June 8th | 3:00PM

    Out on a Limb: Out on a Limb

  • Mon June 8th | 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 June 8th | 5:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: A New Identity Emerges

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon June 8th | 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 June 8th | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Tue June 9th | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 2

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

  • Tue June 9th | 9:00AM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Tue June 9th | 9:30AM

    A Conversation With: Dick Gregory

    HEC-TV's Cordell Whitlock and Dick Gregory.

  • Tue June 9th | 10:00AM

    Clean Mic

    The film that tracks Washington, DC, and New York City comedians as they attempt to perform clean comedy in an unclean world, starring Dick Gregory.

  • Tue June 9th | 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 June 9th | 12:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Tue June 9th | 1:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: The New Jewish American

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue June 9th | 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 June 9th | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Tue June 9th | 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 June 9th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Ron Himes

    Conversation with Ron Himes Producing Director of the Black Rep.

  • Tue June 9th | 5:00PM

    Lost Treasure of the Ancient World: Pompeii

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

  • Tue June 9th | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Walker Person of the Year

  • Tue June 9th | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue June 9th | 9:00PM

    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.

  • Tue June 9th | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue June 9th | 10:30PM

    Minnesingers: Minnesingers

    Music brought to you by the Minnesota Association of Songwriters.

  • Wed June 10th | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Going Out

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed June 10th | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: School

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed June 10th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed June 10th | 8:30AM

    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.

  • Wed June 10th | 8:30AM

    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.

  • Wed June 10th | 8:30AM

    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.

  • Wed June 10th | 9:00AM

    Art Through Time: A Global View: Dreams and Visions

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

  • Wed June 10th | 9:30AM

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

  • Wed June 10th | 10:00AM

    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 June 10th | 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 June 10th | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Wed June 10th | 3:00PM

    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.

  • Wed June 10th | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Entering Mainstream Culture

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed June 10th | 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 June 10th | 6:00PM

    iAm Ladue: Discussing Ferguson, November 2014

    Ladue View and Ladue Schools Today programming combined create the only high school produced show on HEC-TV.

  • Wed June 10th | 6:30PM

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

  • Wed June 10th | 7:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Wed June 10th | 9:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Erik Larson

  • Wed June 10th | 10:00PM

    Frames: The Color of Change

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

  • Thu June 11th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 5

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu June 11th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 6

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu June 11th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu June 11th | 8:30AM

    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.

  • Thu June 11th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Thu June 11th | 10:00AM

    Inside Noah's Ark: The Desert

    A look into the management of African Wildlife Reserves.

  • Thu June 11th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: Treachery in Scotland

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu June 11th | 1:00PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: Emergence of the Black Hero

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

  • Thu June 11th | 1:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: The Era of Women's Firsts

    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 June 11th | 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.

  • Thu June 11th | 4:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Thu June 11th | 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 June 11th | 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 June 11th | 6:30PM

    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.

  • Thu June 11th | 7:00PM

    State of the Arts:

  • Thu June 11th | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri June 12th | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 31

    A French language course.

  • Fri June 12th | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 32

    A French language course.

  • Fri June 12th | 8:00AM

    GED Connection: Episode 130

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

  • Fri June 12th | 8:30AM

    GED Connection: Episode 131

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

  • Fri June 12th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Fri June 12th | 10:00AM

    Ancient History: The Roman Empire

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

  • Fri June 12th | 11:00AM

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

  • Fri June 12th | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri June 12th | 12:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Erik Larson

  • Fri June 12th | 1:00PM

    Veterans Voice

  • Fri June 12th | 1:30PM

    Warrior’s Return

    A documentary about Navajo warriors who serve in the military to defend their land since, in their view the U.S. is still Indian land.

  • Fri June 12th | 2:00PM

    You Are Here: Underground Railroad

    Host Alex Fees examines both the written and oral traditions surrounding the history of the Underground Railroad in St, Louis.

  • Fri June 12th | 2:30PM

    Liquid Light: You Can't Arrest Freedom

    A look back at the civil rights movement in St. Louis.

  • Fri June 12th | 5:00PM

    Ancient History: Imperial Rome

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

  • Fri June 12th | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Relieving Lower Back Pain

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

  • Fri June 12th | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 1203

    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 June 12th | 7:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Fri June 12th | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Walker Person of the Year

  • Fri June 12th | 9:00PM

    Wild!: Spinner Dolphins

    Nature and wildlife documentaries.

  • Fri June 12th | 10:00PM

    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.

  • Sat June 13th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 19-21 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat June 13th | 8:00AM

    America's National Monuments: The Geologic West-The Great Biodiversity of the Pacific Northwest

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

  • Sat June 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.

  • Sat June 13th | 1:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Era of the Hispanic American Hero Begins

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

  • Sat June 13th | 1:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: The Modern Chinese American

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat June 13th | 2:00PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: The Chinese Find a New Homeland

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat June 13th | 2:30PM

    Land of the Dragon: Traditional Chinese Medicine

    Sheds light on the lives, struggles, and cultures of China’s 56 ethnic groups, the people's relationships to the land, and the effects of modernization on Chinese individuals and society.

  • Sat June 13th | 3:00PM

    Man Made Marvels of Asia: The World's Highest Railway

    From Japan to Taiwan to Korea, Asian states are at the forefront of the cutting edge of architecture, design, and engineering. The tallest building, the toughest tunnel, the fastest train -- Asia is home to projects that push the limits.

  • Sat June 13th | 4:00PM

    State of the Arts:

  • Sat June 13th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: Digging for Jesus

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat June 13th | 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 June 13th | 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 June 13th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: HEC-TV Preview

    Get an inside peek at upcoming segments from our most popular shows.

  • Sat June 13th | 7:30PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat June 13th | 7:30PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat June 13th | 8:30PM

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

  • Sat June 13th | 9:00PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sat June 13th | 9:30PM

    A Conversation With: Dick Gregory

    HEC-TV's Cordell Whitlock and Dick Gregory.

  • Sat June 13th | 10:00PM

    Clean Mic

    The film that tracks Washington, DC, and New York City comedians as they attempt to perform clean comedy in an unclean world, starring Dick Gregory.

  • Sun June 14th | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 47-48, Intro & Lesson 1

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun June 14th | 8:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 14th | 8:30AM

    A Conversation With: David Robertson

    discussion with Saint Louis Symphony conductor, maestro David Robertson.

  • Sun June 14th | 11:00AM

    A Conversation With: Andrew Young

    Andrew Young noted noted civil rights leader and former ambassador.

  • Sun June 14th | 1:00PM

    Made in Taiwan: Made in Taiwan

    In this documentary, molecular biology leaves the classroom as the two central characters, Nathan Rarere and Oscar Kightley, both of Polynesian decent, take us on a journey across the Pacific and into Asia in search of their roots.

  • Sun June 14th | 2:00PM

    A Conversation With: French Prince Louis de Bourbon

  • Sun June 14th | 2:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Bill Donius

    Author and St. Louis native Bill Donius tells us about a method that can help you get those occasional "Aha moments" to happen much more frequently…a method that's as easy as switching your pen from one hand to the other.  He says it's all about learning how to use your whole brain, including your right brain – the side of your brain that's often ignored as left brain logic takes over answering most of our daily questions.  Donius says using your whole brain can change your perspectives, actions, habits and moods in revolutionary ways.  It was successful for hundreds of volunteers who tried it out before he wrote his book, Thought Revolution: How to Unlock Your Inner Genius; volunteers that included executives from Express Scripts, Enterprise Rent-a-Car and Clear Channel Broadcasting.  Business leaders are now taking his findings into the workplace to try to unlock innovative ideas from the right hemisphere of employees' minds.

  • Sun June 14th | 3:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 14th | 3:30PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sun June 14th | 3:30PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sun June 14th | 4:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Erik Larson

  • Sun June 14th | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 61

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

  • Sun June 14th | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun June 14th | 9:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Buzz Bissinger

    He's known for giving an insider's in-depth look at sports; Cardinals baseball strategy with Three Nights in August (when he told the story of the 2003 three game series between the Cardinals and Cubs from Tony LaRussa's perspective) and the intensity of high school football in Friday Night Lights. But, recently Buzz Bissinger turned the pen on himself and wrote Father's Day - a raw look at raising premature twins, one of which has brain damage. In this conversation, Bissinger not only talks about a poignant moment at Six Flags St. Louis featured in that new book, he discusses Cardinal nation (made up of what he calls the "Best fans in baseball"), recent changes in the Cardinals clubhouse (and where he thinks Albert Pujols should've went) and the unusual evolution of the care of premature babies. It's an intriguing talk that has multiple connections to Missouri, especially St. Louis.

  • Sun June 14th | 9:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 14th | 10:00PM

    A Conversation With: David Robertson

    discussion with Saint Louis Symphony conductor, maestro David Robertson.

  • Mon June 15th | 7:00AM

    Destinos: The Wallet

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon June 15th | 7:30AM

    Destinos: The Encounter

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon June 15th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon June 15th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: TV Schedule

  • Mon June 15th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon June 15th | 8:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Living Well with COPD

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

  • Mon June 15th | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 701

    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 June 15th | 9:30AM

    Five Phenomenal Women

    Inspired by Maya Angelou's poem Phenomenal Women, five African-American educators, and students themselves, bring courage, humor, and selflessness to their everyday lives as they teach young people with special needs while working with their own families and to fulfill their own dreams.

  • Mon June 15th | 10:00AM

    Writers: African American Writers

    Anthony Grooms, Ravi Howard, and Dedra Johnson talk of everything from choosing their stories to marketing their work,.

  • Mon June 15th | 11:00AM

    Wild!: Spinner Dolphins

    Nature and wildlife documentaries.

  • Mon June 15th | 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 June 15th | 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 June 15th | 2:00PM

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

  • Mon June 15th | 2:30PM

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

  • Mon June 15th | 3:00PM

    Out on a Limb: Out on a Limb

  • Mon June 15th | 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 June 15th | 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 June 15th | 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 June 15th | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Tue June 16th | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 3

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

  • Tue June 16th | 9:00AM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Tue June 16th | 9:30AM

    A Conversation With: Dick Gregory

    HEC-TV's Cordell Whitlock and Dick Gregory.

  • Tue June 16th | 10:00AM

    Clean Mic

    The film that tracks Washington, DC, and New York City comedians as they attempt to perform clean comedy in an unclean world, starring Dick Gregory.

  • Tue June 16th | 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 June 16th | 12:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Tue June 16th | 1:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue June 16th | 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 June 16th | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Tue June 16th | 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 June 16th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Ron Himes

    Conversation with Ron Himes Producing Director of the Black Rep.

  • Tue June 16th | 5:00PM

    Lost Treasure of the Ancient World: Mayans & Aztecs

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

  • Tue June 16th | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: The Gateway Arch: A Biography

  • Tue June 16th | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue June 16th | 9:00PM

    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.

  • Tue June 16th | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue June 16th | 10:30PM

    Minnesingers: Minnesingers

    Music brought to you by the Minnesota Association of Songwriters.

  • Wed June 17th | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Sightseeing

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed June 17th | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Sightseeing

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed June 17th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed June 17th | 8:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Biophysics

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

  • Wed June 17th | 8:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Biophysics

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

  • Wed June 17th | 8:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Biophysics

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

  • Wed June 17th | 9:00AM

    Art Through Time: A Global View: History and Memory

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

  • Wed June 17th | 9:30AM

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

  • Wed June 17th | 10:00AM

    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 June 17th | 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 June 17th | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Wed June 17th | 3:00PM

    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.

  • Wed June 17th | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: The New Jewish American

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed June 17th | 5:30PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: Settling the New World

  • Wed June 17th | 6:00PM

    iAm Ladue: Discussing Ferguson, November 2014

    Ladue View and Ladue Schools Today programming combined create the only high school produced show on HEC-TV.

  • Wed June 17th | 6:30PM

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

  • Wed June 17th | 7:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Wed June 17th | 9:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Erik Larson

  • Wed June 17th | 10:00PM

    Frames: The Color of Change

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

  • Thu June 18th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 7

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu June 18th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 8

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu June 18th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu June 18th | 8:30AM

    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.

  • Thu June 18th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Thu June 18th | 10:00AM

    Inside Noah's Ark: The Desert

    A look into the management of African Wildlife Reserves.

  • Thu June 18th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: The Pharaoh's Holey Treasure

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu June 18th | 1:00PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: The Fight for Freedom

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

  • Thu June 18th | 1:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: America Enters the World of Nations

    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 June 18th | 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.

  • Thu June 18th | 4:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Thu June 18th | 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 June 18th | 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 June 18th | 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 June 18th | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri June 19th | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 33

    A French language course.

  • Fri June 19th | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 34

    A French language course.

  • Fri June 19th | 8:00AM

    GED Connection: Episode 132

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

  • Fri June 19th | 8:30AM

    GED Connection: Episode 133

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

  • Fri June 19th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Fri June 19th | 10:00AM

    Ancient History: Imperial Rome

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

  • Fri June 19th | 11:00AM

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

  • Fri June 19th | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri June 19th | 12:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Erik Larson

  • Fri June 19th | 1:00PM

    Veterans Voice

  • Fri June 19th | 1:30PM

    Warrior’s Return

    A documentary about Navajo warriors who serve in the military to defend their land since, in their view the U.S. is still Indian land.

  • Fri June 19th | 2:00PM

    You Are Here: Underground Railroad

    Host Alex Fees examines both the written and oral traditions surrounding the history of the Underground Railroad in St, Louis.

  • Fri June 19th | 2:30PM

    Liquid Light: You Can't Arrest Freedom

    A look back at the civil rights movement in St. Louis.

  • Fri June 19th | 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 June 19th | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Treating Insomnia

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

  • Fri June 19th | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 1204

    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 June 19th | 7:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Fri June 19th | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: The Gateway Arch: A Biography

  • Fri June 19th | 9:00PM

    Wild!: Year of the Jackal

    Nature and wildlife documentaries.

  • Fri June 19th | 10:00PM

    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.

  • Sat June 20th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 22-24 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat June 20th | 8:00AM

    America's National Monuments: Prehistoric Native Americans

    In the South are ruins of prehistoric cities, rivaling any in the ancient world. They were built by Native American cultures living in the South. It is a largely unknown story ... A story you can learn by traveling to the region's three national monuments devoted to pre-history.

  • Sat June 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.

  • Sat June 20th | 1:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Spain Comes to the New World

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

  • Sat June 20th | 1:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: The Chinese Find a New Homeland

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat June 20th | 2:00PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: Exclusion & Acceptance

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat June 20th | 2:30PM

    Land of the Dragon: A Day at Art School

    Sheds light on the lives, struggles, and cultures of China’s 56 ethnic groups, the people's relationships to the land, and the effects of modernization on Chinese individuals and society.

  • Sat June 20th | 3:00PM

    Man Made Marvels of Asia: Taiwan's Hsuehshan Tunnel

    From Japan to Taiwan to Korea, Asian states are at the forefront of the cutting edge of architecture, design, and engineering. The tallest building, the toughest tunnel, the fastest train -- Asia is home to projects that push the limits.

  • Sat June 20th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: Treachery in Scotland

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat June 20th | 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 June 20th | 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 June 20th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: HEC-TV Preview

    Get an inside peek at upcoming segments from our most popular shows.

  • Sat June 20th | 7:30PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat June 20th | 7:30PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat June 20th | 8:30PM

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

  • Sat June 20th | 9:00PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sat June 20th | 9:30PM

    A Conversation With: Dick Gregory

    HEC-TV's Cordell Whitlock and Dick Gregory.

  • Sat June 20th | 10:00PM

    Clean Mic

    The film that tracks Washington, DC, and New York City comedians as they attempt to perform clean comedy in an unclean world, starring Dick Gregory.

  • Sun June 21st | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 1-3

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun June 21st | 8:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 21st | 8:30AM

    A Conversation With: David Robertson

    discussion with Saint Louis Symphony conductor, maestro David Robertson.

  • Sun June 21st | 11:00AM

    A Conversation With: Andrew Young

    Andrew Young noted noted civil rights leader and former ambassador.

  • Sun June 21st | 1:00PM

    Made in Taiwan: Made in Taiwan

    In this documentary, molecular biology leaves the classroom as the two central characters, Nathan Rarere and Oscar Kightley, both of Polynesian decent, take us on a journey across the Pacific and into Asia in search of their roots.

  • Sun June 21st | 2:00PM

    A Conversation With: French Prince Louis de Bourbon

  • Sun June 21st | 2:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Bill Donius

    Author and St. Louis native Bill Donius tells us about a method that can help you get those occasional "Aha moments" to happen much more frequently…a method that's as easy as switching your pen from one hand to the other.  He says it's all about learning how to use your whole brain, including your right brain – the side of your brain that's often ignored as left brain logic takes over answering most of our daily questions.  Donius says using your whole brain can change your perspectives, actions, habits and moods in revolutionary ways.  It was successful for hundreds of volunteers who tried it out before he wrote his book, Thought Revolution: How to Unlock Your Inner Genius; volunteers that included executives from Express Scripts, Enterprise Rent-a-Car and Clear Channel Broadcasting.  Business leaders are now taking his findings into the workplace to try to unlock innovative ideas from the right hemisphere of employees' minds.

  • Sun June 21st | 3:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 21st | 3:30PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sun June 21st | 3:30PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sun June 21st | 4:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Erik Larson

  • Sun June 21st | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 62

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

  • Sun June 21st | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun June 21st | 9:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Buzz Bissinger

    He's known for giving an insider's in-depth look at sports; Cardinals baseball strategy with Three Nights in August (when he told the story of the 2003 three game series between the Cardinals and Cubs from Tony LaRussa's perspective) and the intensity of high school football in Friday Night Lights. But, recently Buzz Bissinger turned the pen on himself and wrote Father's Day - a raw look at raising premature twins, one of which has brain damage. In this conversation, Bissinger not only talks about a poignant moment at Six Flags St. Louis featured in that new book, he discusses Cardinal nation (made up of what he calls the "Best fans in baseball"), recent changes in the Cardinals clubhouse (and where he thinks Albert Pujols should've went) and the unusual evolution of the care of premature babies. It's an intriguing talk that has multiple connections to Missouri, especially St. Louis.

  • Sun June 21st | 9:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 21st | 10:00PM

    A Conversation With: David Robertson

    discussion with Saint Louis Symphony conductor, maestro David Robertson.

  • Mon June 22nd | 7:00AM

    Destinos: Seasons

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon June 22nd | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Paintings

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon June 22nd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon June 22nd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: TV Schedule

  • Mon June 22nd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon June 22nd | 8:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: New Treatments for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

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

  • Mon June 22nd | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 702

    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 June 22nd | 9:30AM

    Five Phenomenal Women

    Inspired by Maya Angelou's poem Phenomenal Women, five African-American educators, and students themselves, bring courage, humor, and selflessness to their everyday lives as they teach young people with special needs while working with their own families and to fulfill their own dreams.

  • Mon June 22nd | 10:00AM

    Writers: African American Writers

    Anthony Grooms, Ravi Howard, and Dedra Johnson talk of everything from choosing their stories to marketing their work,.

  • Mon June 22nd | 11:00AM

    Wild!: Year of the Jackal

    Nature and wildlife documentaries.

  • Mon June 22nd | 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 June 22nd | 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 June 22nd | 2:00PM

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

  • Mon June 22nd | 2:30PM

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

  • Mon June 22nd | 3:00PM

    Out on a Limb: Out on a Limb

  • Mon June 22nd | 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 June 22nd | 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 June 22nd | 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 June 22nd | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Tue June 23rd | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 4

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

  • Tue June 23rd | 9:00AM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Tue June 23rd | 9:30AM

    A Conversation With: Dick Gregory

    HEC-TV's Cordell Whitlock and Dick Gregory.

  • Tue June 23rd | 10:00AM

    Clean Mic

    The film that tracks Washington, DC, and New York City comedians as they attempt to perform clean comedy in an unclean world, starring Dick Gregory.

  • Tue June 23rd | 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 June 23rd | 12:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Tue June 23rd | 1:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue June 23rd | 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 June 23rd | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Tue June 23rd | 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 June 23rd | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Ron Himes

    Conversation with Ron Himes Producing Director of the Black Rep.

  • Tue June 23rd | 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 June 23rd | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: The IKEA Story

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

  • Tue June 23rd | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue June 23rd | 9:00PM

    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.

  • Tue June 23rd | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue June 23rd | 10:30PM

    Minnesingers: Minnesingers

    Music brought to you by the Minnesota Association of Songwriters.

  • Wed June 24th | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Work

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed June 24th | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: The Arts

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed June 24th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed June 24th | 8:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Dark Matter

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

  • Wed June 24th | 8:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Dark Matter

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

  • Wed June 24th | 8:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Dark Matter

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

  • Wed June 24th | 9:00AM

    Art Through Time: A Global View: Ceremony and Society

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

  • Wed June 24th | 9:30AM

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

  • Wed June 24th | 10:00AM

    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 June 24th | 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 June 24th | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Wed June 24th | 3:00PM

    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.

  • Wed June 24th | 5:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed June 24th | 5:30PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: Emergence of the Black Hero

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

  • Wed June 24th | 6:00PM

    iAm Ladue: Discussing Ferguson, November 2014

    Ladue View and Ladue Schools Today programming combined create the only high school produced show on HEC-TV.

  • Wed June 24th | 6:30PM

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

  • Wed June 24th | 7:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Wed June 24th | 9:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Erik Larson

  • Wed June 24th | 10:00PM

    Frames: The Color of Change

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

  • Thu June 25th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 9

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu June 25th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 10

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu June 25th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu June 25th | 8:30AM

    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.

  • Thu June 25th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Thu June 25th | 10:00AM

    Inside Noah's Ark: The Desert

    A look into the management of African Wildlife Reserves.

  • Thu June 25th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: Dead Sea Scrolls

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu June 25th | 1:00PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: Blacks Enter the Gilded Age

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

  • Thu June 25th | 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 June 25th | 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.

  • Thu June 25th | 4:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Thu June 25th | 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 June 25th | 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 June 25th | 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 June 25th | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri June 26th | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 35

    A French language course.

  • Fri June 26th | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 36

    A French language course.

  • Fri June 26th | 8:00AM

    GED Connection: Episode 134

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

  • Fri June 26th | 8:30AM

    GED Connection: Episode 135

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

  • Fri June 26th | 9:00AM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Fri June 26th | 10:00AM

    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 June 26th | 11:00AM

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

  • Fri June 26th | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri June 26th | 12:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Erik Larson

  • Fri June 26th | 1:00PM

    Veterans Voice

  • Fri June 26th | 1:30PM

    Warrior’s Return

    A documentary about Navajo warriors who serve in the military to defend their land since, in their view the U.S. is still Indian land.

  • Fri June 26th | 2:00PM

    You Are Here: Underground Railroad

    Host Alex Fees examines both the written and oral traditions surrounding the history of the Underground Railroad in St, Louis.

  • Fri June 26th | 2:30PM

    Liquid Light: You Can't Arrest Freedom

    A look back at the civil rights movement in St. Louis.

  • Fri June 26th | 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 June 26th | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Stroke Intervention

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

  • Fri June 26th | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 1205

    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 June 26th | 7:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Fri June 26th | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: The IKEA Story

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

  • Fri June 26th | 9:00PM

    Wild!: White Shark

    Nature and wildlife documentaries.

  • Fri June 26th | 10:00PM

    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.

  • Sat June 27th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 25-27 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat June 27th | 8:00AM

    America's National Monuments: Southern Spanish Colonies

    Of the three European countries vying for control of what would become the United States, Spain was the first to establish a colony more than 40 years before the English founded Jamestown. Three monuments tell the rich story of colonial Spain in the South.

  • Sat June 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.

  • Sat June 27th | 1:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Spanish American Exploration and Colonization

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

  • Sat June 27th | 1:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: Chinese Americans Spread Their Wings

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat June 27th | 2:00PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: A New Identity Emerges

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat June 27th | 2:30PM

    Land of the Dragon: World Heritage Sites of China, Part 1

    Sheds light on the lives, struggles, and cultures of China’s 56 ethnic groups, the people's relationships to the land, and the effects of modernization on Chinese individuals and society.

  • Sat June 27th | 3:00PM

    Man Made Marvels of Asia: Okinawa Aquarium

    From Japan to Taiwan to Korea, Asian states are at the forefront of the cutting edge of architecture, design, and engineering. The tallest building, the toughest tunnel, the fastest train -- Asia is home to projects that push the limits.

  • Sat June 27th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: The Pharaoh's Holey Treasure

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat June 27th | 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 June 27th | 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 June 27th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: HEC-TV Preview

    Get an inside peek at upcoming segments from our most popular shows.

  • Sat June 27th | 7:30PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat June 27th | 7:30PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sat June 27th | 8:30PM

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

  • Sat June 27th | 9:00PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sat June 27th | 9:30PM

    A Conversation With: Dick Gregory

    HEC-TV's Cordell Whitlock and Dick Gregory.

  • Sat June 27th | 10:00PM

    Clean Mic

    The film that tracks Washington, DC, and New York City comedians as they attempt to perform clean comedy in an unclean world, starring Dick Gregory.

  • Sun June 28th | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 4-7

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun June 28th | 8:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 28th | 8:30AM

    A Conversation With: David Robertson

    discussion with Saint Louis Symphony conductor, maestro David Robertson.

  • Sun June 28th | 11:00AM

    A Conversation With: Andrew Young

    Andrew Young noted noted civil rights leader and former ambassador.

  • Sun June 28th | 1:00PM

    Made in Taiwan: Made in Taiwan

    In this documentary, molecular biology leaves the classroom as the two central characters, Nathan Rarere and Oscar Kightley, both of Polynesian decent, take us on a journey across the Pacific and into Asia in search of their roots.

  • Sun June 28th | 2:00PM

    A Conversation With: French Prince Louis de Bourbon

  • Sun June 28th | 2:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Bill Donius

    Author and St. Louis native Bill Donius tells us about a method that can help you get those occasional "Aha moments" to happen much more frequently…a method that's as easy as switching your pen from one hand to the other.  He says it's all about learning how to use your whole brain, including your right brain – the side of your brain that's often ignored as left brain logic takes over answering most of our daily questions.  Donius says using your whole brain can change your perspectives, actions, habits and moods in revolutionary ways.  It was successful for hundreds of volunteers who tried it out before he wrote his book, Thought Revolution: How to Unlock Your Inner Genius; volunteers that included executives from Express Scripts, Enterprise Rent-a-Car and Clear Channel Broadcasting.  Business leaders are now taking his findings into the workplace to try to unlock innovative ideas from the right hemisphere of employees' minds.

  • Sun June 28th | 3:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 28th | 3:30PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sun June 28th | 3:30PM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Sun June 28th | 4:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Erik Larson

  • Sun June 28th | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 63

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

  • Sun June 28th | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun June 28th | 9:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Buzz Bissinger

    He's known for giving an insider's in-depth look at sports; Cardinals baseball strategy with Three Nights in August (when he told the story of the 2003 three game series between the Cardinals and Cubs from Tony LaRussa's perspective) and the intensity of high school football in Friday Night Lights. But, recently Buzz Bissinger turned the pen on himself and wrote Father's Day - a raw look at raising premature twins, one of which has brain damage. In this conversation, Bissinger not only talks about a poignant moment at Six Flags St. Louis featured in that new book, he discusses Cardinal nation (made up of what he calls the "Best fans in baseball"), recent changes in the Cardinals clubhouse (and where he thinks Albert Pujols should've went) and the unusual evolution of the care of premature babies. It's an intriguing talk that has multiple connections to Missouri, especially St. Louis.

  • Sun June 28th | 9:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Writing Lies: A Candid Conversation with Humorist Dave Barry

    Humorist Dave Barry talks with us about everything from Justin Bieber to his wife's role in the popularity of the book "The Kite Runner."

  • Sun June 28th | 10:00PM

    A Conversation With: David Robertson

    discussion with Saint Louis Symphony conductor, maestro David Robertson.

  • Mon June 29th | 7:00AM

    Destinos: The Delay

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon June 29th | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Revelations

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon June 29th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon June 29th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: TV Schedule

  • Mon June 29th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon June 29th | 8:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Type II Diabetes

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

  • Mon June 29th | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 703

    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 June 29th | 9:30AM

    Five Phenomenal Women

    Inspired by Maya Angelou's poem Phenomenal Women, five African-American educators, and students themselves, bring courage, humor, and selflessness to their everyday lives as they teach young people with special needs while working with their own families and to fulfill their own dreams.

  • Mon June 29th | 10:00AM

    Writers: African American Writers

    Anthony Grooms, Ravi Howard, and Dedra Johnson talk of everything from choosing their stories to marketing their work,.

  • Mon June 29th | 11:00AM

    Wild!: White Shark

    Nature and wildlife documentaries.

  • Mon June 29th | 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 June 29th | 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 June 29th | 2:00PM

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

  • Mon June 29th | 2:30PM

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

  • Mon June 29th | 3:00PM

    Out on a Limb: Out on a Limb

  • Mon June 29th | 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 June 29th | 5:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: America Embraces Chinese Culture

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon June 29th | 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 June 29th | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Tue June 30th | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 5

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

  • Tue June 30th | 9:00AM

    A Conversation With: Andre Royo

    Andre Royo talks about his journey as an actor, his family life, and what acting on The Wire has taught him.

  • Tue June 30th | 9:30AM

    A Conversation With: Dick Gregory

    HEC-TV's Cordell Whitlock and Dick Gregory.

  • Tue June 30th | 10:00AM

    Clean Mic

    The film that tracks Washington, DC, and New York City comedians as they attempt to perform clean comedy in an unclean world, starring Dick Gregory.

  • Tue June 30th | 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 June 30th | 12:30PM

    Impact: May 2015

  • Tue June 30th | 1:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue June 30th | 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 June 30th | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Tue June 30th | 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 June 30th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Ron Himes

    Conversation with Ron Himes Producing Director of the Black Rep.

  • Tue June 30th | 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 June 30th | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: The IKEA Story

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

  • Tue June 30th | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue June 30th | 9:00PM

    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.

  • Tue June 30th | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue June 30th | 10:30PM

    Minnesingers: Minnesingers

    Music brought to you by the Minnesota Association of Songwriters.

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