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13.1 Schedule Updates

8/8 at 9p: POV "President"
Description: The new leader of Zimbabwe's opposition party, MDC, Nelson Chamisa, is challenging the old guard, ZANU-PF, represented by the acting president, Emmerson Mnangagwa. The 2018 general election serves as the ultimate test for both the ruling party and for the opposition. How will they interpret democracy in a post-Mugabe era? (2 hrs)

8/15 at 9p: Dismantling Democracy "Part 3"
Description: Narrated by political commentator Tara Setmayer, the three-part series DISMANTLING DEMOCRACY examines democratic structures in the United States and around the world. Interviews offer powerful perspectives as the series depicts factors behind the gradual deterioration of the effectiveness of a democratic form of government.Looking at the history and current state of democracies, preserving democracy is a feat no less significant than its establishment. 

8/22 at 9p: Between the Covers "James Patterson - Walk In My Combat Boots"
Description: From #1 bestselling author and master storyteller James Patterson and retired U.S. Army Ranger Matt Eversmann (decorated war hero immortalized in the film Black Hawk Down,) gather firsthand accounts from veterans, most of whom served in Iraq or Afghanistan, to deliver a vivid and authentic portrait of life in the modern military.  
8/22 at 9:30p: Between the Covers "Hank Philippi Ryan - The First to Lie"
Description: Hank Phillippi Ryan is a USA Today best-selling author of 12 thrillers, winning the most prestigious awards in the genre.  In the psychological thriller “The First to Lie”, journalism ethics are tested when an investigative reporter squares off with a major pharmaceutical company.  

8/23 at 1a: Attachments of Life
Description: A documentary about how our belongings alter our lives. The film follows five people with distinctive relationships with their possessions: a collector of classic cars, a senior with hoarding disorder, minimalists living in a tiny house and a woman who has lost her possessions. 

8/24 at 3a: Independent Lens "The Armor of Light"
Description: Meet two Christians — an Evangelical anti-abortion activist and an African-American mother whose son was murdered — who find common ground in the fight against the rising tide of gun violence.

8/28 at 3:30p: Great Lakes Now "Salamanders, Shipping & Shorelines"
Description:A town in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula takes action to save the blue-spotted salamander, a look at whether Great Lakes ports could be the key to easing congestion in global shipping, and The Catch explores whitefish recruitment in the Great Lakes, ecological resilience in Toronto and ancient white cedars on the limestone cliffs of Michigan’s Fayette Historic State Park.

8/28 at 9p: Guilt on Masterpiece "Season 2, Episode 1"
Description:When disgraced lawyer Max McCall (Mark Bonnar) is released from prison, he finds himself entwined in a gripping new story with characters old and new.

8/29 at 9p: POV "Faya Dayi"
Description: Enter the world of Harar, Ethiopia where a euphoria-inducing plant holds sway over everyday life. See moments from the harvesters of the crop, people lost in its narcotic haze and the younger generation searching for an escape from political strife. (2 hrs)

13.3 WNMU-TV PLUS Schedule Updates

8/24 at 6a: Independent Lens "The Armor of Light"
Description: Meet two Christians — an Evangelical anti-abortion activist and an African-American mother whose son was murdered — who find common ground in the fight against the rising tide of gun violence.

8/29 at 12a: Guilt on Masterpiece "Season 2, Episode 1"
Description:When disgraced lawyer Max McCall (Mark Bonnar) is released from prison, he finds himself entwined in a gripping new story with characters old and new.

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