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13.1 Schedule Updates

6/24 at 4:30p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Raichlen Grills St. Louis"
Description: When it comes to barbecue, St. Louis isn't as famous as Kansas City or Memphis–yet. But the Gateway City is experiencing a live fire renaissance. Famous here are plate-burying pork steaks and eponymous spareribs (trimmed, rubbed, and slow-smoked over applewood). And get ready for a Project Fire first: grilled toasted ravioli (really) with fire-roasted marinara sauce.

6/27 at 9p: PBS News Special: CNN Presidential Debate Simulcast
Description: Amna Nawaz and Geoff Bennett anchor live coverage and analysis of the debate between President Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
6/27 at 10p: Great Getaways "A Taste of Hops, Spirits, and Fruit of the Vine"
Description: What a trip this will be as we travel across three counties to experience the best craft beers, spirits and wines, sampling the unique foods that go along with them. All located in Mid-Michigan in the Great Lakes Bay Region. Vote for your favorite at our online poll.

6/28 at 5p: Great Getaways "A Taste of Hops, Spirits, and Fruit of the Vine"

6/29 at 7a: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Raichlen Grills St. Louis"

7/1 at 4:30p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Rolled, Stuffed and Grilled"
Description: Ever since humankind first put food to fire, the world’s grill cultures have wrapped and rolled flavorful ingredients. Steven explores two South American grilled classics—a stuffed chicken breast from Uruguay called pamplona, and a colorful stuffed beef roll Argentineans know as matambre. Plus, a Project Fire Mystery Box “roll” that may involve a crustacean.

7/6 at 7a: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Rolled, Stuffed and Grilled"

7/8 at 4:30p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "The Breakfast Show"
Description: Whether you’re hosting guests or just seeking a reason to get out of bed, this show amps up your breakfast game by firing up the grill. First, a spectacular breakfast pizza. Next, a supremely satisfying twice grilled vegetable frittata. Finally, outrageous smoke-grilled cinnamon rolls from chef Russel Cunningham of St. Louis’ Union Station. Of course, there will be bacon.

7/13 at 7a: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "The Breakfast Show"

7/15 at 4:30p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Influential Grilling"
Description: Scroll through the images on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok, and you’ll find grilled and smoked dishes of astonishing ingenuity. In the spirit of this new style of barbecue, we’ve invited three of my favorite influencers to grill with me - Derek Wolf from Over the Fire Cooking, Scott Thomas from Grillin’ Fools, and Susie Bulloch from Hey Grill Hey.

7/20 at 7a: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Influential Grilling"

7/22 at 4:30p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Wagyu Demystified"
Description: Wagyu, “Japanese cow” literally, was once an obscure cattle breed from Japan. Today, it’s on restaurant menus and in butcher shops around the world. Get ready for a sumptuous Japanese A5 Rib-Eye with sesame salt and grilled rice cakes, followed by wagyu steak tomahawks with fire-roasted marrow. Then feast your eyes on wagyu smash burgers with parmesan crisps.

7/23 at 10p: Frontline "Two American Families: 1991-2024"
Description: Filmed over 34 years, two families struggle to survive in a changing American economy. Through hard times, falling wages, and loss of manufacturing jobs, the continuation of Bill Moyers' chronicle of perseverance as the American dream slips away.

7/24 at 3a: Frontline "Two American Families: 1991-2024"

7/27 at 7a: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Wagyu Demystified"

7/29 at 4:30p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Water Meets Fire"
Description: For many, barbecue means meat. But you may be surprised to learn that one of the earliest recorded barbecues featured fish wrapped in grape leaves. Today Steven begins with saffron-scented Catalan shrimp kebabs, followed by trout Mexican style with a sizzling garlic cilantro sauce. Then there’s a Mystery Box that will astonish you as much as it surprised Steven.

7/30 at 10p: Frontline "Germany's Enemy Within"
Description: Inside the rise of far-right extremism in Germany. Tracing the increasing threat to democracy from the far right, its connections to extremist ideas and plots, with accounts from intelligence officials, politicians and the far right itself.

7/31 at 2a: Frontline "Germany's Enemy Within"

8/3 at 7a: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Water Meets Fire"

Mental Health Programming & Resources

13.3 WNMU-TV PLUS Schedule Updates

6/19 at 7p: One Detroit: 2024 Mackinac Policy Conference
Description: The annual Mackinac Policy Conference is a three-day event that brings together business, community, and policy leaders to collaborate on some of the biggest topics facing Michigan. This year's conference hosts a stellar lineup featuring over 90+ speakers from varying backgrounds. Get an all-access pass to the presentations and critical discussions significant to Michigan policy and to the residents that call this Great Lakes state home.

6/22 at 8p: Feelings are Facts: The Life of Yvonne Rainer
Description: Meet Yvonne Rainer. At 28, she changed dance forever after only dancing for three years.

6/23 at 1p: Feelings are Facts: The Life of Yvonne Rainer

6/28 at 8:30p: Great Getaways "A Taste of Hops, Spirits, and Fruit of the Vine"
Description: What a trip this will be as we travel across three counties to experience the best craft beers, spirits and wines, sampling the unique foods that go along with them. All located in Mid-Michigan in the Great Lakes Bay Region. Vote for your favorite at our online poll.

 

6/24 at 8p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Raichlen Grills St. Louis"
Description: When it comes to barbecue, St. Louis isn't as famous as Kansas City or Memphis–yet. But the Gateway City is experiencing a live fire renaissance. Famous here are plate-burying pork steaks and eponymous spareribs (trimmed, rubbed, and slow-smoked over applewood). And get ready for a Project Fire first: grilled toasted ravioli (really) with fire-roasted marinara sauce.

6/28 at 12a: PBS News Special: CNN Presidential Debate Simulcast
Description: Amna Nawaz and Geoff Bennett anchor live coverage and analysis of the debate between President Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

7/1 at 8p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Rolled, Stuffed and Grilled"
Description: Ever since humankind first put food to fire, the world’s grill cultures have wrapped and rolled flavorful ingredients. Steven explores two South American grilled classics—a stuffed chicken breast from Uruguay called pamplona, and a colorful stuffed beef roll Argentineans know as matambre. Plus, a Project Fire Mystery Box “roll” that may involve a crustacean.

7/8 at 8p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "The Breakfast Show"
Description: Whether you’re hosting guests or just seeking a reason to get out of bed, this show amps up your breakfast game by firing up the grill. First, a spectacular breakfast pizza. Next, a supremely satisfying twice grilled vegetable frittata. Finally, outrageous smoke-grilled cinnamon rolls from chef Russel Cunningham of St. Louis’ Union Station. Of course, there will be bacon.

7/15 at 8p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Influential Grilling"
Description: Scroll through the images on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok, and you’ll find grilled and smoked dishes of astonishing ingenuity. In the spirit of this new style of barbecue, we’ve invited three of my favorite influencers to grill with me - Derek Wolf from Over the Fire Cooking, Scott Thomas from Grillin’ Fools, and Susie Bulloch from Hey Grill Hey.

7/22 at 8p: Steven Raichlen's Project Fire "Wagyu Demystified"
Description: Wagyu, “Japanese cow” literally, was once an obscure cattle breed from Japan. Today, it’s on restaurant menus and in butcher shops around the world. Get ready for a sumptuous Japanese A5 Rib-Eye with sesame salt and grilled rice cakes, followed by wagyu steak tomahawks with fire-roasted marrow. Then feast your eyes on wagyu smash burgers with parmesan crisps.

7/24 at 12a: Frontline "Two American Families: 1991-2024"
Description: Filmed over 34 years, two families struggle to survive in a changing American economy. Through hard times, falling wages, and loss of manufacturing jobs, the continuation of Bill Moyers' chronicle of perseverance as the American dream slips away.
7/24 at 3a: Amanpour & Co.
7/24 at 4a: Finding Your Roots "Far from Home"
Description: Henry Louis Gates maps the family trees of pop icon Cyndi Lauper and actors Jamie Chung and Danny Trejo, exploring records in Italy, Korea, and Mexico to uncover ancestors whose stories were lost when their families immigrated to America.
7/24 at 5a: Gods of Tennis "Billie Jean King and Arthur Ashe"
Description: In 1975, Billie Jean King and Arthur Ashe are fighting to become Wimbledon champions, and in their own ways, they are also battling social change for equality on a global level.
7/24 at 6a: Frontline "Two American Families: 1991-2024"

7/31 at 1a: Frontline "Germany's Enemy Within"
Description: Inside the rise of far-right extremism in Germany. Tracing the increasing threat to democracy from the far right, its connections to extremist ideas and plots, with accounts from intelligence officials, politicians and the far right itself.
7/31 at 5a: Frontline "Germany's Enemy Within"

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