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TV Schedule

July 2015
  • July 1st Wednesday
  • July 2nd Thursday
  • July 3rd Friday
  • July 4th Saturday
  • July 5th Sunday
  • July 6th Monday
  • July 7th Tuesday
  • July 8th Wednesday
  • July 9th Thursday
  • July 10th Friday
  • July 11th Saturday
  • July 12th Sunday
  • July 13th Monday
  • July 14th Tuesday
  • July 15th Wednesday
  • July 16th Thursday
  • July 17th Friday
  • July 18th Saturday
  • July 19th Sunday
  • July 20th Monday
  • July 21st Tuesday
  • July 22nd Wednesday
  • July 23rd Thursday
  • July 24th Friday
  • July 25th Saturday
  • July 26th Sunday
  • July 27th Monday
  • July 28th Tuesday
  • July 29th Wednesday
  • July 30th Thursday
  • July 31st Friday
  • Wed July 1st | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Celebrations

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed July 1st | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Families

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed July 1st | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed July 1st | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed July 1st | 9:00AM

    Art Through Time: A Global View: The Body

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

  • Wed July 1st | 9:30AM

    A Tribute to Mae Wheeler: A Tiribute to Mae Wheeler

    Presented by the Sheldon Concert Hall and the Bosman Twins, an all star line up of St. Louis musicians paid homage to "Lady Jazz" Mae Wheeler. Hosted by Don Wolff of I Love Jazz and Bonita Cornute, the event featured some of St. Louis' top performers.

  • Wed July 1st | 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 July 1st | 2:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver

    A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver On Oct. 7, 2010, at 10 am, students interact with Lois Lowry, author of the Newberry Medal winning book and other classic young adult fiction.

  • Wed July 1st | 3:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: Inside the Artist’s Studio – The Giver: Issues and Themes

    Inside the Artist's Studio The Giver: Issues and Themes November 16, 2010, 1 pm - Join HEC-TV Live and the team behind the production of the adapted play "The Giver." We'll discuss the deep issues and themes of the play and hear from the author who wrote the original novel. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

  • Wed July 1st | 5:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: The New Jewish American

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed July 1st | 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 July 1st | 6:30PM

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

  • Wed July 1st | 9:00PM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

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

  • Wed July 1st | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 2nd | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 11

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu July 2nd | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 12

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu July 2nd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 2nd | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 2nd | 10:30AM

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

  • Thu July 2nd | 11:00AM

    The History Project: Secrets of Ancient Peru

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu July 2nd | 1:00PM

    A History of Black Achievement in America: A New Age

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

  • Thu July 2nd | 1:30PM

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

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

  • Thu July 2nd | 2:00PM

    Writers: African American Writers

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

  • Thu July 2nd | 3:00PM

    Writers: Three Women

    Ellen Douglas, Suzanne Hudson, and Tayari Jones join host Gene Edwards for a roundtable discussion of their craft.

  • Thu July 2nd | 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 July 2nd | 6:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1927-1961

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

  • Thu July 2nd | 6:30PM

    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.

  • Thu July 2nd | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Thu July 2nd | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 3rd | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 37

    A French language course.

  • Fri July 3rd | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 38

    A French language course.

  • Fri July 3rd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 3rd | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 3rd | 11:00AM

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

  • Fri July 3rd | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri July 3rd | 5:00PM

    Ancient History: The Maya

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

  • Fri July 3rd | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Treating Dupuytrens Contracture

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

  • Fri July 3rd | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 707

    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 July 3rd | 7:00PM

    Behind the Minds: Gateway2Change by Ladue Horton Watkins High School

  • Fri July 3rd | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: How to Recruit, Retain and Grow Talent

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

  • Fri July 3rd | 9:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Fri July 3rd | 9:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Fri July 3rd | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Sat July 4th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 28-30 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat July 4th | 8:00AM

    A Conversation With: Justin Cronin

    Justin Cronin discusses his blockbuster hit and New York Times bestseller, "The Passage."

  • Sat July 4th | 8:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Justin Cronin

    Justin Cronin's hit novel The Passage is a breathtaking tale of catastrophe and survival that he discusses in this edition of Maryville Talks Books.

  • Sat July 4th | 9:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Wes Moore

    Fascinating conversation between Wes Moore, author of The Other Wes Moore and Hazelwood East High School students

  • Sat July 4th | 10:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Senator Bill Bradley

    Bill Bradley former US Senator and NBA Hall-of- Famer discusses his book and his athletic and political life.

  • Sat July 4th | 11:00AM

    A Conversation With: Daniel Wilson

    Daniel Wilson; discusses his New York Times Best Selling book Robopocalypse

  • Sat July 4th | 11:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Daniel Wilson

    Daniel Wilson's brilliantly conceived futuristic novel, Robopocalypse tells a captivating tale of man versus machine that is sure to grip your imagination

  • Sat July 4th | 12:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Frank Deford

    When you cover sports for more than fifty years, you see a lot of changes. It's that experience that's given Emmy award and Peabody award winning Frank Deford a perspective on sports that can be duplicated by none other. This one-one-one conversation with the Sports Illustrated writer, NPR commentator and HBO Real Sports with Bryant Gumble contributor is informational, entertaining and intriguing with stories about sports greats Arthur Ashe and Wilt Chamberlain as well as insight into the future of journalism and interestingly enough, the recent tattoo craze.

  • Sat July 4th | 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 July 4th | 1:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: The Modern Chinese American

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat July 4th | 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 July 4th | 2:30PM

    Land of the Dragon: Restoring Communities

    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 July 4th | 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 July 4th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: Secrets of Ancient Peru

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat July 4th | 6:00PM

    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 July 4th | 6:30PM

    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.

  • Sat July 4th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: HEC-TV Preview

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

  • Sat July 4th | 7:30PM

    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.

  • Sat July 4th | 8:00PM

    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.

  • Sat July 4th | 8:30PM

    A Conversation With: Stacy Schiff

    Pulitzer Prize winner Stacy Schiff discusses her bestselling biography "Cleopatra: A Life."

  • Sat July 4th | 9:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Stacy Schiff

    In this addition of Maryville Talks Books, Pulitzer Prize winner Stacy Schiff discusses bestselling biography "Cleopatra: A Life."

  • Sat July 4th | 10:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Helen Simonson

    Helen Simonson author of Major Pettigrew's Last Stand visits Maryville Talks Books

  • Sun July 5th | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 8-11

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun July 5th | 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 July 5th | 8:30AM

    A Conversation With: Jean Kwok

    New York Times Best-seller author Jean Kwok shares her personal story with host Brenda Madden

  • Sun July 5th | 9:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Jean Kwok

    New York Times Best-seller author Jean Kwok shares her personal story with students at Maryville University.

  • Sun July 5th | 10:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Eric Greitens

    Author, photographer, and humanitarian Eric Greitens grew up in a quiet suburb of St. Louis, but he's seen his share of the world's suffering. After graduating from Parkway North, Greitens headed off to Duke University and a life of public service. He taught English in China, and worked with refugees in places like Rwanda, Croatia and Bosnia, where he came to the realization that victims of war need both compassion and protection. After receiving graduate degrees from Oxford University, he became a Navy SEAL and fought in Afghanistan and Iraq. In 2007, he returned to St. Louis and founded The Mission Continues, a national nonprofit that helps post-9/11 veterans continue to serve their communities. In this One on One Conversation, Greitens talks about his St. Louis childhood and the experiences that led him to write three books, including his new release for young adult readers, The Warrior's Heart: Becoming a Man of Compassion and Courage. Based on Greiten's best-selling memoir, The Heart and the Fist, The Warriors Heart is an inspiring "call to action" for young people who want to make a difference in the world.

  • Sun July 5th | 10:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Chitra Divakaruni

    After penning her 17th book, award-winning author Chitra Divakaruni talks with HEC-TV about what inspired her most recently released novel One Amazing Thing.  The book's characters will intrigue the reader with well-developed, thoughtful stories that are revealed as they struggle to survive following a deadly earthquake.  Divakaruni explores cultural differences and human behavior in an uncontrollable situation.  One Amazing Thing is an enjoyable, fast read as her characters' stories have a broad range of emotions that will have readers crying on one page and laughing on another.  In this conversation, she reveals some secrets of the book as well as her One Amazing Thing.  

  • Sun July 5th | 11:00AM

    A Conversation With: Howard Markel

    interview with New York Times Bestselling author Howard Markel discusses history of and problems with cocaine use

  • Sun July 5th | 11:30AM

    Howard Markel

    Howard Markel discusses New York Times bestselling book "An Anatomy of Addiction".

  • Sun July 5th | 1:00PM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

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

  • Sun July 5th | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sun July 5th | 3:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Sun July 5th | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 64

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

  • Sun July 5th | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun July 5th | 9:00PM

    Writers: African American Writers

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

  • Sun July 5th | 10:00PM

    Writers: Three Women

    Ellen Douglas, Suzanne Hudson, and Tayari Jones join host Gene Edwards for a roundtable discussion of their craft.

  • Mon July 6th | 7:00AM

    Destinos: The Farewell

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon July 6th | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Teacher

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon July 6th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 6th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: TV Schedule

  • Mon July 6th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 6th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 6th | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 801

    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 July 6th | 9:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Hepatitis C

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

  • Mon July 6th | 10:00AM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Mon July 6th | 11:00AM

    Taste of History: Benjamin Franklin-Science Superstar

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

  • Mon July 6th | 1:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1917-1926

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

  • Mon July 6th | 1:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1936-1963

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

  • Mon July 6th | 2:00PM

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

  • Mon July 6th | 2:30PM

    Frames: Gateway Guardians

    A documentary film on the homeless pet population of East St. Louis.

  • Mon July 6th | 4:00PM

    Frames: America’s Blues Movie, February 2014

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

  • Mon July 6th | 5:00PM

    A History of American Indian Achievement: The New Indian Leaders

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

  • Mon July 6th | 5:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: The Modern Chinese American

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon July 6th | 6:00PM

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

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

  • Mon July 6th | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Mon July 6th | 9:30PM

    A Conversation With: French Prince Louis de Bourbon

  • Tue July 7th | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 6

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

  • Tue July 7th | 9:00AM

    Closer to Truth: Is Theism Coherent?

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

  • Tue July 7th | 9:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: The Basic Building Blocks of Matter

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

  • Tue July 7th | 10:00AM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

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

  • Tue July 7th | 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 July 7th | 1:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Jewish Americans & WWII

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue July 7th | 1:30PM

    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.

  • Tue July 7th | 2:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Tue July 7th | 3:00PM

    Our Environmental Destiny: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

    Environmental activist and attorney, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes a stop in the Gateway City to deliver a passionate defense of the environment.

  • Tue July 7th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Peter Martin

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

  • Tue July 7th | 5:00PM

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

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

  • Tue July 7th | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: How to Recruit, Retain and Grow Talent

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

  • Tue July 7th | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue July 7th | 9:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: Inside the Artist’s Studio – The Giver: Producing the Play

    Producing the Play the Giver including actors and producers live on stage as they prepare for opening at Edison.

  • Tue July 7th | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue July 7th | 10:30PM

    Minnesingers: Minnesingers

    Music brought to you by the Minnesota Association of Songwriters.

  • Wed July 8th | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Getting Around

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed July 8th | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: School Days

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed July 8th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed July 8th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed July 8th | 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 July 8th | 9:30AM

    A Tribute to Mae Wheeler: A Tiribute to Mae Wheeler

    Presented by the Sheldon Concert Hall and the Bosman Twins, an all star line up of St. Louis musicians paid homage to "Lady Jazz" Mae Wheeler. Hosted by Don Wolff of I Love Jazz and Bonita Cornute, the event featured some of St. Louis' top performers.

  • Wed July 8th | 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 July 8th | 2:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver

    A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver On Oct. 7, 2010, at 10 am, students interact with Lois Lowry, author of the Newberry Medal winning book and other classic young adult fiction.

  • Wed July 8th | 3:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: Inside the Artist’s Studio – The Giver: Bringing the Characters to Life

    Inside the Artist's Studio The Giver: Bringing the Characters to Life December 9, 2010 1 pm - Students will interact with members of the cast of Metro Theater Company's upcoming stage production of "The Giver." Excerpts from the play will be performed with discussion of the characters. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

  • Wed July 8th | 5:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed July 8th | 5:30PM

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

  • Wed July 8th | 6:30PM

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

  • Wed July 8th | 9:00PM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

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

  • Wed July 8th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 9th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 13

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu July 9th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 14

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu July 9th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 9th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 9th | 10:30AM

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

  • Thu July 9th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: Digging for Jesus

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu July 9th | 1:00PM

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

  • Thu July 9th | 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 July 9th | 2:00PM

    Writers: African American Writers

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

  • Thu July 9th | 3:00PM

    Writers: Three Women

    Ellen Douglas, Suzanne Hudson, and Tayari Jones join host Gene Edwards for a roundtable discussion of their craft.

  • Thu July 9th | 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 July 9th | 6:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1962-1965

    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 July 9th | 6:30PM

    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.

  • Thu July 9th | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Thu July 9th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 10th | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 39

    A French language course.

  • Fri July 10th | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 40

    A French language course.

  • Fri July 10th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 10th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 10th | 11:00AM

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

  • Fri July 10th | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri July 10th | 5:00PM

    Ancient History: The Mound Builders

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

  • Fri July 10th | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Hepatitis C

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

  • Fri July 10th | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 801

    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 July 10th | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: How to Recruit, Retain and Grow Talent

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

  • Fri July 10th | 9:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Fri July 10th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Sat July 11th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 31-33 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat July 11th | 8:00AM

    A Conversation With: Luis Urrea

    In this conversation with author Luis Alberto Urrea about his two novels "The Hummingbird's Daughter" and "Queen of America" based on life of Teresita Urrea.

  • Sat July 11th | 8:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Luis Urrea

    Author Luis Alberto Urrea humorously draws audience members into his personal journey to connect with his own history in "The Hummingbird's Daughter" and "Queen of America."

  • Sat July 11th | 9:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Jon Meacham

    Who was the most influential founding father? Author Jon Meacham gives insight into the intriguing, complicated, life of Thomas Jefferson.

  • Sat July 11th | 10:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Jon Meacham

    Who was the most influential founding father? Author Jon Meacham gives insight into the intriguing, complicated, life of Thomas Jefferson.

  • Sat July 11th | 10:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Lisa Gardner

    “Queen of Suspense” Lisa Gardner reveals some writing secrets, including how she develops plot twists, creates characters’ names and quirks, and how country walks inspire her.

  • Sat July 11th | 11:00AM

    A Conversation With: Sister Madonna Buder

    Saint Louis native Sister Madonna Buder's runs triathlons at age 61.

  • Sat July 11th | 11:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Daniel Pink

    Like it or not, we’re all in sales.  From trying to convince your boss to give you a raise to talking your kids into cleaning their rooms, you use sales tactics everyday.  This one on one with bestselling author Daniel Pink will give you tips on how to be more effective in everyday sales.

  • Sat July 11th | 12:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Elizabeth Strout

    Novelist Elizabeth Strout talks candidly about writing, rejection, and the inspiration behind her newest novel, “The Burgess Boys.”

  • Sat July 11th | 12:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Michael Pollan

    Michael Pollan, best-selling author of "The Omnivore's Dilemma" and one of the stars of the documentary "Food, Inc.", explains how clever marketing, social changes and even the rise of "foodie culture" are driving us out of the kitchen. His new book, "Cooked," encourages us to find our way back.

  • Sat July 11th | 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 July 11th | 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 July 11th | 2:00PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: Exclusion & Acceptance

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat July 11th | 2:30PM

    Land of the Dragon: Minority Costumes of China

    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 July 11th | 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 July 11th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: Boudica's Treasures

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat July 11th | 6:00PM

    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 July 11th | 6:30PM

    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.

  • Sat July 11th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: HEC-TV Preview

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

  • Sat July 11th | 7:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Becoming a Writer: Khaled Hosseini’s Unique Journey to the New York Times Bestseller List, September 2013

    Khaled Hosseini is known worldwide for his blockbuster, emotionally gripping novels, The Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns and And the Mountains Echoed.  In this interview, get to know a different side of this bestselling author - his humorous side.  Plus, learn about his childhood and writing inspirations.

  • Sat July 11th | 8:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Kinsey & Sue: An Interview with Sue Grafton

    If you know Sue Grafton, then you also know Kinsey Millhone. The sharp-tongued, no frills private eye is back in "W is for Wasted," the latest letter in Grafton's best-selling "alphabet" mystery series. Find out why Grafton calls Kinsey her "alter ego" and why she'll never expose her to the evils of Hollywood or menopause.

  • Sat July 11th | 8:30PM

    A Conversation With: Lisa See

    New York Times Bestselling author, Lisa See talks about her historical novels.

  • Sat July 11th | 9:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Lisa See

    Lisa See author of "Shanghai Girls" and "Dreams of Joy" discusses her latest novels and answers questions.

  • Sat July 11th | 10:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: This is the Story: An Interview with Ann Patchett, January 2014

    Novelist Ann Patchett talks about "This is the Story of a Happy Marriage", a collection of essays and articles about life, love, writing, and forgiveness.

  • Sat July 11th | 10:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Lessons Learned from Traditional Societies – Jared Diamond

    Diamond draws on four decades of experiences with tribal people in New Guinea to bring us lessons from the past to be used today.

  • Sun July 12th | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 12-14

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun July 12th | 8:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Lessons Learned from Traditional Societies – Jared Diamond

    Diamond draws on four decades of experiences with tribal people in New Guinea to bring us lessons from the past to be used today.

  • Sun July 12th | 8:30AM

    A Conversation With: Justin Cronin

    Justin Cronin discusses his blockbuster hit and New York Times bestseller, "The Passage."

  • Sun July 12th | 9:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Justin Cronin

    Justin Cronin's hit novel The Passage is a breathtaking tale of catastrophe and survival that he discusses in this edition of Maryville Talks Books.

  • Sun July 12th | 10:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Lessons Learned from Traditional Societies – Jared Diamond

    Diamond draws on four decades of experiences with tribal people in New Guinea to bring us lessons from the past to be used today.

  • Sun July 12th | 10:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, March 2014

    Henrietta Lacks died from ovarian cancer in 1951, but her cells live on today. This interview explores Henrietta's influence and the book and soon to be movie about her.

  • Sun July 12th | 11:00AM

    A Conversation With: Daniel Wilson

    Daniel Wilson; discusses his New York Times Best Selling book Robopocalypse

  • Sun July 12th | 11:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Daniel Wilson

    Daniel Wilson's brilliantly conceived futuristic novel, Robopocalypse tells a captivating tale of man versus machine that is sure to grip your imagination

  • Sun July 12th | 12:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Creativity for All: A Conversation with Austin Kleon, June 2014

    Author Austin Kleon discusses "Show Your Work! 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered,” an illustrated guide to working in the digital age.

  • Sun July 12th | 1:00PM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

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

  • Sun July 12th | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sun July 12th | 3:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Sun July 12th | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 65

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

  • Sun July 12th | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun July 12th | 9:00PM

    Writers: African American Writers

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

  • Sun July 12th | 10:00PM

    Writers: Three Women

    Ellen Douglas, Suzanne Hudson, and Tayari Jones join host Gene Edwards for a roundtable discussion of their craft.

  • Mon July 13th | 7:00AM

    Destinos: The Wallet

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon July 13th | 7:30AM

    Destinos: The Encounter

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon July 13th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 13th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: TV Schedule

  • Mon July 13th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 13th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 13th | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 802

    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 July 13th | 9:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Bone Metastases in Cancer Patients

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

  • Mon July 13th | 10:00AM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Mon July 13th | 11:00AM

    Taste of History: David Rittenhouses' Orrery

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

  • Mon July 13th | 1:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1927-1961

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

  • Mon July 13th | 1:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1964-1970

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

  • Mon July 13th | 2:00PM

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

  • Mon July 13th | 2:30PM

    Frames: Gateway Guardians

    A documentary film on the homeless pet population of East St. Louis.

  • Mon July 13th | 4:00PM

    Frames: America’s Blues Movie, February 2014

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

  • Mon July 13th | 5:00PM

    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.

  • Mon July 13th | 5:30PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon July 13th | 6:00PM

    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.

  • Mon July 13th | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Mon July 13th | 9:30PM

    A Conversation With: French Prince Louis de Bourbon

  • Tue July 14th | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 7

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

  • Tue July 14th | 9:00AM

    Closer to Truth: Does a Creator God Work?

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

  • Tue July 14th | 9:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: The Fundamental Interactions

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

  • Tue July 14th | 10:00AM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

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

  • Tue July 14th | 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 July 14th | 1:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue July 14th | 1:30PM

    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.

  • Tue July 14th | 2:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Tue July 14th | 3:00PM

    Our Environmental Destiny: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

    Environmental activist and attorney, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes a stop in the Gateway City to deliver a passionate defense of the environment.

  • Tue July 14th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Peter Martin

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

  • Tue July 14th | 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 July 14th | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Rebuilding History, Leadership Lessons from I-64 to Forest Park Forever

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

  • Tue July 14th | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue July 14th | 9:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: Inside the Artist’s Studio – The Giver: Bringing the Characters to Life

    Inside the Artist's Studio The Giver: Bringing the Characters to Life December 9, 2010 10 am - Students will interact with members of the cast of Metro Theater Company's upcoming stage production of "The Giver." Excerpts from the play will be performed with discussion of the characters. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

  • Tue July 14th | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue July 14th | 10:30PM

    Minnesingers: Minnesingers

    Music brought to you by the Minnesota Association of Songwriters.

  • Wed July 15th | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: The Neighborhood

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed July 15th | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Shopping

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed July 15th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed July 15th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed July 15th | 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 July 15th | 9:30AM

    A Tribute to Mae Wheeler: A Tiribute to Mae Wheeler

    Presented by the Sheldon Concert Hall and the Bosman Twins, an all star line up of St. Louis musicians paid homage to "Lady Jazz" Mae Wheeler. Hosted by Don Wolff of I Love Jazz and Bonita Cornute, the event featured some of St. Louis' top performers.

  • Wed July 15th | 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 July 15th | 2:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver

    A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver On Oct. 7, 2010, at 10 am, students interact with Lois Lowry, author of the Newberry Medal winning book and other classic young adult fiction.

  • Wed July 15th | 3:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: Inside the Artist’s Studio – The Giver: Issues and Themes

    Inside the Artist's Studio The Giver: Issues and Themes November 16, 2010, 10 am - Join HEC-TV Live and the team behind the production of the adapted play "The Giver." We'll discuss the deep issues and themes of the play and hear from the author who wrote the original novel. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

  • Wed July 15th | 5:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed July 15th | 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 July 15th | 6:30PM

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

  • Wed July 15th | 9:00PM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

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

  • Wed July 15th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 16th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 15

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu July 16th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 16

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu July 16th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 16th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 16th | 10:30AM

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

  • Thu July 16th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: Treachery in Scotland

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu July 16th | 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 July 16th | 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 July 16th | 2:00PM

    Writers: African American Writers

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

  • Thu July 16th | 3:00PM

    Writers: Three Women

    Ellen Douglas, Suzanne Hudson, and Tayari Jones join host Gene Edwards for a roundtable discussion of their craft.

  • Thu July 16th | 5:00PM

    A History of Christianity: Orthodoxy

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

  • Thu July 16th | 6:00PM

    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.

  • Thu July 16th | 6:30PM

    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.

  • Thu July 16th | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Thu July 16th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 17th | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 41

    A French language course.

  • Fri July 17th | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 42

    A French language course.

  • Fri July 17th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 17th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 17th | 11:00AM

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

  • Fri July 17th | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri July 17th | 5:00PM

    Ancient History: Ancient Britain

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

  • Fri July 17th | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Bone Metastases in Cancer Patients

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

  • Fri July 17th | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 802

    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 July 17th | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Rebuilding History, Leadership Lessons from I-64 to Forest Park Forever

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

  • Fri July 17th | 9:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Fri July 17th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Sat July 18th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 34-36 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat July 18th | 8:00AM

    A Conversation With: Luis Urrea

    In this conversation with author Luis Alberto Urrea about his two novels "The Hummingbird's Daughter" and "Queen of America" based on life of Teresita Urrea.

  • Sat July 18th | 8:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: A Book of Treasures: Daniel James Brown’s “The Boys in the Boat”

    Author Daniel James Brown tells us how he discovered all the informational “treasures” throughout his heartwarming nonfiction "The Boys in the Boat."

  • Sat July 18th | 9:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Mambo in Chinatown: One on One with Jean Kwok

    Jean Kwok ("Girl in Translation") returns to the secretive worlds of ballroom dancing and Chinatown in her new novel, "Mambo in Chinatown".

  • Sat July 18th | 9:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: The Trauma of Everyday Life: One on One with Mark Epstein, September 2014

    Author and renowned psychiatrist Mark Epstein talks about how understanding and accepting trauma can lead to personal growth and change.

  • Sat July 18th | 10:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Getting to Know Jesus of Nazareth: A Conversation with Reza Aslan, October 2014

    Author and religious scholar Reza Aslan asks how well do Christians really know Jesus of Nazareth in this candid conversation.

  • Sat July 18th | 10:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Orange is the New Black: One on One with Piper Kerman, November 2014

    Hear the true story behind the hit Netflix series, "Orange is the New Black," from the woman who lived it, best-selling author Piper Kerman.

  • Sat July 18th | 11:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Andy Cohen: Mr. Watch What Happens Live, January 2015

    Funny, shocking, brutally honest – fans can’t get enough of Andy Cohen. St. Louisans turn the table on this hometown boy turned talk show host.

  • Sat July 18th | 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 July 18th | 1:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: Exclusion & Acceptance

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat July 18th | 2:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat July 18th | 2:30PM

    Land of the Dragon: Yunjin Brocade

    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 July 18th | 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 July 18th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: The Charge of the Light Brigade

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat July 18th | 6:00PM

    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 July 18th | 6:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: Women Speak Out

    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 July 18th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: HEC-TV Preview

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

  • Sat July 18th | 7:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Senator Bill Bradley

    Bill Bradley former US Senator and NBA Hall-of- Famer discusses his book and his athletic and political life.

  • Sat July 18th | 8:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Frank Deford

    When you cover sports for more than fifty years, you see a lot of changes. It's that experience that's given Emmy award and Peabody award winning Frank Deford a perspective on sports that can be duplicated by none other. This one-one-one conversation with the Sports Illustrated writer, NPR commentator and HBO Real Sports with Bryant Gumble contributor is informational, entertaining and intriguing with stories about sports greats Arthur Ashe and Wilt Chamberlain as well as insight into the future of journalism and interestingly enough, the recent tattoo craze.

  • Sat July 18th | 8:30PM

    A Conversation With: Justin Cronin

    Justin Cronin discusses his blockbuster hit and New York Times bestseller, "The Passage."

  • Sat July 18th | 9:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Justin Cronin

    Justin Cronin's hit novel The Passage is a breathtaking tale of catastrophe and survival that he discusses in this edition of Maryville Talks Books.

  • Sat July 18th | 10:00PM

    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.

  • Sat July 18th | 10:30PM

    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 July 19th | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 15-18

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun July 19th | 8:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Eric Greitens

    Author, photographer, and humanitarian Eric Greitens grew up in a quiet suburb of St. Louis, but he's seen his share of the world's suffering. After graduating from Parkway North, Greitens headed off to Duke University and a life of public service. He taught English in China, and worked with refugees in places like Rwanda, Croatia and Bosnia, where he came to the realization that victims of war need both compassion and protection. After receiving graduate degrees from Oxford University, he became a Navy SEAL and fought in Afghanistan and Iraq. In 2007, he returned to St. Louis and founded The Mission Continues, a national nonprofit that helps post-9/11 veterans continue to serve their communities. In this One on One Conversation, Greitens talks about his St. Louis childhood and the experiences that led him to write three books, including his new release for young adult readers, The Warrior's Heart: Becoming a Man of Compassion and Courage. Based on Greiten's best-selling memoir, The Heart and the Fist, The Warriors Heart is an inspiring "call to action" for young people who want to make a difference in the world.

  • Sun July 19th | 8:30AM

    A Conversation With: Daniel Wilson

    Daniel Wilson; discusses his New York Times Best Selling book Robopocalypse

  • Sun July 19th | 9:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Daniel Wilson

    Daniel Wilson's brilliantly conceived futuristic novel, Robopocalypse tells a captivating tale of man versus machine that is sure to grip your imagination

  • Sun July 19th | 10:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Chitra Divakaruni

    After penning her 17th book, award-winning author Chitra Divakaruni talks with HEC-TV about what inspired her most recently released novel One Amazing Thing.  The book's characters will intrigue the reader with well-developed, thoughtful stories that are revealed as they struggle to survive following a deadly earthquake.  Divakaruni explores cultural differences and human behavior in an uncontrollable situation.  One Amazing Thing is an enjoyable, fast read as her characters' stories have a broad range of emotions that will have readers crying on one page and laughing on another.  In this conversation, she reveals some secrets of the book as well as her One Amazing Thing.  

  • Sun July 19th | 11:00AM

    A Conversation With: Stacy Schiff

    Pulitzer Prize winner Stacy Schiff discusses her bestselling biography "Cleopatra: A Life."

  • Sun July 19th | 11:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Stacy Schiff

    In this addition of Maryville Talks Books, Pulitzer Prize winner Stacy Schiff discusses bestselling biography "Cleopatra: A Life."

  • Sun July 19th | 12:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Jon Meacham

    Who was the most influential founding father? Author Jon Meacham gives insight into the intriguing, complicated, life of Thomas Jefferson.

  • Sun July 19th | 1:00PM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

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

  • Sun July 19th | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sun July 19th | 3:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Sun July 19th | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 66

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

  • Sun July 19th | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun July 19th | 9:00PM

    Writers: African American Writers

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

  • Sun July 19th | 10:00PM

    Writers: Three Women

    Ellen Douglas, Suzanne Hudson, and Tayari Jones join host Gene Edwards for a roundtable discussion of their craft.

  • Mon July 20th | 7:00AM

    Destinos: Seasons

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon July 20th | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Paintings

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon July 20th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 20th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: TV Schedule

  • Mon July 20th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 20th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 20th | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 803

    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 July 20th | 9:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Pseudobulbar Affect

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

  • Mon July 20th | 10:00AM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Mon July 20th | 11:00AM

    Taste of History: Yellow Fever

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

  • Mon July 20th | 1:00PM

    A History of Civil Rights in America: 1962-1965

    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 July 20th | 1:30PM

    A History of Equal Rights in America: 1971-1973

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

  • Mon July 20th | 2:00PM

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

  • Mon July 20th | 2:30PM

    Frames: Gateway Guardians

    A documentary film on the homeless pet population of East St. Louis.

  • Mon July 20th | 4:00PM

    Frames: America’s Blues Movie, February 2014

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

  • Mon July 20th | 5:00PM

    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.

  • Mon July 20th | 5:30PM

    A History of Chinese American Achievemnt: Exclusion & Acceptance

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Mon July 20th | 6:00PM

    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.

  • Mon July 20th | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Mon July 20th | 9:30PM

    A Conversation With: French Prince Louis de Bourbon

  • Tue July 21st | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 8

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

  • Tue July 21st | 9:00AM

    Closer to Truth: Mysteries of Cosmic Inflation

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

  • Tue July 21st | 9:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: Gravity

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

  • Tue July 21st | 10:00AM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

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

  • Tue July 21st | 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 July 21st | 1:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: Entering Mainstream Culture

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue July 21st | 1:30PM

    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.

  • Tue July 21st | 2:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Tue July 21st | 3:00PM

    Our Environmental Destiny: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

    Environmental activist and attorney, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes a stop in the Gateway City to deliver a passionate defense of the environment.

  • Tue July 21st | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Peter Martin

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

  • Tue July 21st | 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 July 21st | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Lessons from Sesame Street and Beyond

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

  • Tue July 21st | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue July 21st | 9:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: Inside the Artist’s Studio – The Giver: Producing the Play

    Producing the Play the Giver including actors and producers live on stage as they prepare for opening at Edison.

  • Tue July 21st | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue July 21st | 10:30PM

    Minnesingers: Minnesingers

    Music brought to you by the Minnesota Association of Songwriters.

  • Wed July 22nd | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Entertainment

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed July 22nd | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: A Sporting Life

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed July 22nd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed July 22nd | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed July 22nd | 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 July 22nd | 9:30AM

    A Tribute to Mae Wheeler: A Tiribute to Mae Wheeler

    Presented by the Sheldon Concert Hall and the Bosman Twins, an all star line up of St. Louis musicians paid homage to "Lady Jazz" Mae Wheeler. Hosted by Don Wolff of I Love Jazz and Bonita Cornute, the event featured some of St. Louis' top performers.

  • Wed July 22nd | 1:00PM

    A History of Christianity: Orthodoxy

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

  • Wed July 22nd | 2:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver

    A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver On Oct. 7, 2010, at 10 am, students interact with Lois Lowry, author of the Newberry Medal winning book and other classic young adult fiction.

  • Wed July 22nd | 3:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: Inside the Artist’s Studio – The Giver: Producing the Play

    Producing the Play the Giver including actors and producers live on stage as they prepare for opening at Edison.

  • Wed July 22nd | 5:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed July 22nd | 5:30PM

    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.

  • Wed July 22nd | 6:30PM

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

  • Wed July 22nd | 9:00PM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

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

  • Wed July 22nd | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 23rd | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 17

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu July 23rd | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 18

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu July 23rd | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 23rd | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 23rd | 10:30AM

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

  • Thu July 23rd | 11:00AM

    The History Project: The Pharaoh's Holey Treasure

    Historical documentaries

  • Thu July 23rd | 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 July 23rd | 1:30PM

    A History of Women's Achievement in America: Women Speak Out

    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 July 23rd | 2:00PM

    Writers: African American Writers

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

  • Thu July 23rd | 3:00PM

    Writers: Three Women

    Ellen Douglas, Suzanne Hudson, and Tayari Jones join host Gene Edwards for a roundtable discussion of their craft.

  • Thu July 23rd | 5:00PM

    A History of Christianity: Reformation

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

  • Thu July 23rd | 6:00PM

    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.

  • Thu July 23rd | 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 July 23rd | 9:30PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Thu July 23rd | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 24th | 7:00AM

    French in Action: Lesson 43

    A French language course.

  • Fri July 24th | 7:30AM

    French in Action: Lesson 44

    A French language course.

  • Fri July 24th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 24th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Fri July 24th | 11:00AM

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

  • Fri July 24th | 11:30AM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Fri July 24th | 5:00PM

    Ancient History: The Anasazi

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

  • Fri July 24th | 6:00PM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Pseudobulbar Affect

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

  • Fri July 24th | 6:30PM

    Healing Quest: Episode 803

    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 July 24th | 8:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: Lessons from Sesame Street and Beyond

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

  • Fri July 24th | 9:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Fri July 24th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Sat July 25th | 7:00AM

    Fokus Deutsch: Lessons 1-3 with Review

    An introductory German language course.

  • Sat July 25th | 8:00AM

    A Conversation With: Luis Urrea

    In this conversation with author Luis Alberto Urrea about his two novels "The Hummingbird's Daughter" and "Queen of America" based on life of Teresita Urrea.

  • Sat July 25th | 10:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Andy Cohen: Mr. Watch What Happens Live, January 2015

    Funny, shocking, brutally honest – fans can’t get enough of Andy Cohen. St. Louisans turn the table on this hometown boy turned talk show host.

  • Sat July 25th | 10:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Orange is the New Black: One on One with Piper Kerman, November 2014

    Hear the true story behind the hit Netflix series, "Orange is the New Black," from the woman who lived it, best-selling author Piper Kerman.

  • Sat July 25th | 11:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Getting to Know Jesus of Nazareth: A Conversation with Reza Aslan, October 2014

    Author and religious scholar Reza Aslan asks how well do Christians really know Jesus of Nazareth in this candid conversation.

  • Sat July 25th | 11:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: The Trauma of Everyday Life: One on One with Mark Epstein, September 2014

    Author and renowned psychiatrist Mark Epstein talks about how understanding and accepting trauma can lead to personal growth and change.

  • Sat July 25th | 12:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Mambo in Chinatown: One on One with Jean Kwok

    Jean Kwok ("Girl in Translation") returns to the secretive worlds of ballroom dancing and Chinatown in her new novel, "Mambo in Chinatown".

  • Sat July 25th | 12:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: A Book of Treasures: Daniel James Brown’s “The Boys in the Boat”

    Author Daniel James Brown tells us how he discovered all the informational “treasures” throughout his heartwarming nonfiction "The Boys in the Boat."

  • Sat July 25th | 1:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Spanish Americans Move Toward Independence

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

  • Sat July 25th | 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 July 25th | 2:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Chinese Americans in modern society and culture

  • Sat July 25th | 2:30PM

    Land of the Dragon: Tea Cultures

    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 July 25th | 3:00PM

    Man Made Marvels of Asia: Korean Express

    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 July 25th | 5:00PM

    The History Project: Churchill's Few

    Historical documentaries

  • Sat July 25th | 6:00PM

    A History of Hispanic Achievement in America: Spanish Americans Move Toward Independence

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

  • Sat July 25th | 6:30PM

    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.

  • Sat July 25th | 7:00PM

    HEC-TV Preview: HEC-TV Preview

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

  • Sat July 25th | 7:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Creativity for All: A Conversation with Austin Kleon, June 2014

    Author Austin Kleon discusses "Show Your Work! 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered,” an illustrated guide to working in the digital age.

  • Sat July 25th | 8:00PM

    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."

  • Sat July 25th | 8:30PM

    A Conversation With: Jean Kwok

    New York Times Best-seller author Jean Kwok shares her personal story with host Brenda Madden

  • Sat July 25th | 9:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Jean Kwok

    New York Times Best-seller author Jean Kwok shares her personal story with students at Maryville University.

  • Sat July 25th | 10:00PM

    Maryville Talks Books: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, March 2014

    Henrietta Lacks died from ovarian cancer in 1951, but her cells live on today. This interview explores Henrietta's influence and the book and soon to be movie about her.

  • Sat July 25th | 10:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: Lessons Learned from Traditional Societies – Jared Diamond

    Diamond draws on four decades of experiences with tribal people in New Guinea to bring us lessons from the past to be used today.

  • Sun July 26th | 7:00AM

    Connect With English: Lessons 19-22

    Helps teach English as a second language.

  • Sun July 26th | 8:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: This is the Story: An Interview with Ann Patchett, January 2014

    Novelist Ann Patchett talks about "This is the Story of a Happy Marriage", a collection of essays and articles about life, love, writing, and forgiveness.

  • Sun July 26th | 8:30AM

    A Conversation With: Lisa See

    New York Times Bestselling author, Lisa See talks about her historical novels.

  • Sun July 26th | 9:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Lisa See

    Lisa See author of "Shanghai Girls" and "Dreams of Joy" discusses her latest novels and answers questions.

  • Sun July 26th | 10:00AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Kinsey & Sue: An Interview with Sue Grafton

    If you know Sue Grafton, then you also know Kinsey Millhone. The sharp-tongued, no frills private eye is back in "W is for Wasted," the latest letter in Grafton's best-selling "alphabet" mystery series. Find out why Grafton calls Kinsey her "alter ego" and why she'll never expose her to the evils of Hollywood or menopause.

  • Sun July 26th | 10:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Becoming a Writer: Khaled Hosseini’s Unique Journey to the New York Times Bestseller List, September 2013

    Khaled Hosseini is known worldwide for his blockbuster, emotionally gripping novels, The Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns and And the Mountains Echoed.  In this interview, get to know a different side of this bestselling author - his humorous side.  Plus, learn about his childhood and writing inspirations.

  • Sun July 26th | 11:00AM

    A Conversation With: Luis Urrea

    In this conversation with author Luis Alberto Urrea about his two novels "The Hummingbird's Daughter" and "Queen of America" based on life of Teresita Urrea.

  • Sun July 26th | 11:30AM

    Maryville Talks Books: Luis Urrea

    Author Luis Alberto Urrea humorously draws audience members into his personal journey to connect with his own history in "The Hummingbird's Daughter" and "Queen of America."

  • Sun July 26th | 12:30PM

    Maryville Talks Books: One on One with Michael Pollan

    Michael Pollan, best-selling author of "The Omnivore's Dilemma" and one of the stars of the documentary "Food, Inc.", explains how clever marketing, social changes and even the rise of "foodie culture" are driving us out of the kitchen. His new book, "Cooked," encourages us to find our way back.

  • Sun July 26th | 1:00PM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

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

  • Sun July 26th | 2:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 1

  • Sun July 26th | 3:00PM

    Global Warming: The Rising Storm: Part 2

  • Sun July 26th | 6:00PM

    Playback: Episode 67

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

  • Sun July 26th | 6:30PM

    SIUE Global Village: SIUE Global Village

    Weekly series highlighting events at SIUE.

  • Sun July 26th | 9:00PM

    Writers: African American Writers

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

  • Sun July 26th | 10:00PM

    Writers: Three Women

    Ellen Douglas, Suzanne Hudson, and Tayari Jones join host Gene Edwards for a roundtable discussion of their craft.

  • Mon July 27th | 7:00AM

    Destinos: The Delay

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon July 27th | 7:30AM

    Destinos: Revelations

    Introductory Spanish language course presented in an entertaining storyline.

  • Mon July 27th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 27th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: TV Schedule

  • Mon July 27th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 27th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Mon July 27th | 9:00AM

    Healing Quest: Episode 804

    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 July 27th | 9:30AM

    Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: Coping with Chronic Pain

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

  • Mon July 27th | 10:00AM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Mon July 27th | 11:00AM

    Taste of History: Betty Ross Sews a Legend

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

  • Mon July 27th | 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 July 27th | 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 July 27th | 2:00PM

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

  • Mon July 27th | 2:30PM

    Frames: Gateway Guardians

    A documentary film on the homeless pet population of East St. Louis.

  • Mon July 27th | 4:00PM

    Frames: America’s Blues Movie, February 2014

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

  • Mon July 27th | 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 July 27th | 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 July 27th | 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 July 27th | 7:00PM

    Innovations: July 2015

  • Mon July 27th | 8:00PM

    Liquid Light: Elegy to Connie

  • Mon July 27th | 9:30PM

    A Conversation With: French Prince Louis de Bourbon

  • Tue July 28th | 7:00AM

    American Cinema: Episode 9

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

  • Tue July 28th | 9:00AM

    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.

  • Tue July 28th | 9:30AM

    Physics for the 21st Century: String Theory and Extra Dimensions

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

  • Tue July 28th | 10:00AM

    Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

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

  • Tue July 28th | 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 July 28th | 1:00PM

    A History of Jewish American Achievement: The New Jewish American

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Tue July 28th | 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 July 28th | 2:00PM

    When the Tap Runs Dry

  • Tue July 28th | 3:00PM

    Our Environmental Destiny: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

    Environmental activist and attorney, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. makes a stop in the Gateway City to deliver a passionate defense of the environment.

  • Tue July 28th | 4:00PM

    A Conversation With: Peter Martin

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

  • Tue July 28th | 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 July 28th | 6:00PM

    Webster University Speaker Series: 14 Lessons on Leadership

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

  • Tue July 28th | 7:00PM

    Theater Talk: Spring Season Preview 2015, Episode 815

    Roundtable discussions with Broadway actors, directors and playwrights.

  • Tue July 28th | 9:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: Inside the Artist’s Studio – The Giver: Issues and Themes

    Inside the Artist's Studio The Giver: Issues and Themes November 16, 2010, 1 pm - Join HEC-TV Live and the team behind the production of the adapted play "The Giver." We'll discuss the deep issues and themes of the play and hear from the author who wrote the original novel. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

  • Tue July 28th | 10:00PM

    Ozarks News Journal: Ozarks News Journal

    Ozarks News Journal

  • Tue July 28th | 10:30PM

    Minnesingers: Minnesingers

    Music brought to you by the Minnesota Association of Songwriters.

  • Wed July 29th | 7:00AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Health

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed July 29th | 7:30AM

    Dragon’s Tongue: Eating Out

    A Mandarin Chinese language course.

  • Wed July 29th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed July 29th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Wed July 29th | 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 July 29th | 9:30AM

    A Tribute to Mae Wheeler: A Tiribute to Mae Wheeler

    Presented by the Sheldon Concert Hall and the Bosman Twins, an all star line up of St. Louis musicians paid homage to "Lady Jazz" Mae Wheeler. Hosted by Don Wolff of I Love Jazz and Bonita Cornute, the event featured some of St. Louis' top performers.

  • Wed July 29th | 1:00PM

    A History of Christianity: Reformation

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

  • Wed July 29th | 2:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver

    A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver On Oct. 7, 2010, at 10 am, students interact with Lois Lowry, author of the Newberry Medal winning book and other classic young adult fiction.

  • Wed July 29th | 3:00PM

    HEC-TV Live: Inside the Artist’s Studio – The Giver: Issues and Themes

    Inside the Artist's Studio The Giver: Issues and Themes November 16, 2010, 1 pm - Join HEC-TV Live and the team behind the production of the adapted play "The Giver." We'll discuss the deep issues and themes of the play and hear from the author who wrote the original novel. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

  • Wed July 29th | 5:00PM

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

    Celebrating the contributions of Jewish Americans throughout history.

  • Wed July 29th | 5:30PM

    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.

  • Wed July 29th | 6:30PM

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

  • Wed July 29th | 9:00PM

    Macedonia: Lessons and Legends

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

  • Wed July 29th | 10:00PM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 30th | 7:00AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 19

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu July 30th | 7:30AM

    Western Tradition: Episode 20

    History of western civilization.

  • Thu July 30th | 8:00AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 30th | 8:30AM

    SCOLA: SCOLA

  • Thu July 30th | 10:30AM

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

  • Thu July 30th | 11:00AM

    The History Project: Dead Sea Scrolls

    Historical documentaries