APTN Schedule

Today is October 14th, 2019

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12:00

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Tuesday
Jun 18
The Red Road

Harold makes an unexpected discovery in an abandoned mine; Kopus finds Harold to tell him that Junior went to kill Levi.

1:00

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Tuesday
Jun 18
The Other Side

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1:30

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Tuesday
Jun 18
The Other Side

A family asks Jeff, Michaella and Tom to evict an unwelcome spirit.

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2:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Redfern Now

Nic Shields spends her lunchtimes playing the pokies, and in a desperate attempt to absolve a whirlpool of deceit and debt she has found herself staging a robbery.

3:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
The Red Road

Harold makes an unexpected discovery in an abandoned mine; Kopus finds Harold to tell him that Junior went to kill Levi.

4:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Moosemeat & Marmalade

Art and Dan find a guide to take them hunting for ptarmigan; Art and Dan visit a musher who teaches them how to harness.

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4:30

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Moosemeat & Marmalade

Dan takes Art to the remote village of Jubrique for La Matanza, a celebratory killing and processing of a pig.

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5:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
APTN National News

Dennis Ward and Melissa Ridgen bring you news stories that matter to Indigenous people

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5:30

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
APTN Investigates

Is there a right to evangelize? How far is too far? Does the act of evangelizing itself go against TRC Call to Action 60? If so, how do Christians, Indigenous or otherwise, reconcile that? Colonialism Continued? Forcing a new religion on Indigenous peoples was once part of the colonial toolbox.

6:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Policier autochtone

Un regard sur les cas les plus difficiles avec lesquels les policiers doivent composer, le suicide et les problématiques associées à la santé mentale.

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6:30

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Policier autochtone

Les policières exercent leur métier avec passion et elles sont un précieux atout au sein d'une équipe, bien qu'elles doivent parfois composer avec des comportements déplacés de certains individus.

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7:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Le rythme

De retour après une semaine passée dans leurs familles, le groupe réalise qu'un des leurs manque à l'appel. Cette absence est grave parce qu'ils doivent monter sur scène devant un public pour la première fois dès ce soir.

7:30

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Le rythme

Le travail de composition va bon train pour le plus grand plaisir de Samian. Un atelier de présence scénique met en relief la difficulté de se présenter devant public, pour John-Émile cette épreuve est extrêmement émotive et dure.

8:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Orignal & marmelade

Au coeur de la campagne de l'Oxfordshire, Dan prend Art avec lui pour chasser un envahisseur et prédateur très menaçant: l'écureuil gris. Art est quelque peu amusé par le style de chasse employé pour attraper ces bêtes sauvages.

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8:30

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Moosemeat & Marmalade

Art et Dan rendent visite à une pêcheuse gitksan d'Hazelton, en Colombie-Britannique; ils partent avec elle vérifier les filets qui nourrissent des centaines de famille de sa communauté; nos apprentis pêcheurs reçoivent un saumon royal.

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9:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
La brigade des nations

Les brigadiers se font demander de faire plaisir aux aînés du club de l'âge d'or.

9:30

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Princesses

Chez les Premières Nations, la sexualité est un sujet peu abordé; peut-être est-ce normal quand l'un des plus importants problèmes sociaux chez les Autochtones est le nombre anormalement élevé de femmes disparues et assassinées.

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10:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Au nord du 60e

Albert est impliqué dans la mort du père de Rosie; Sarah est tiraillée entre son amour pour lui crainte qu'il soit un meurtrier.

11:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World

Filmmaker Catherine Bainbridge examines the role of Native Americans in contemporary music history. She exposes a critical missing chapter, revealing how indigenous musicians helped influence popular culture.

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1:00

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Feast

Tiffany makes a beet brownie with chocolate chips; a tip for removing food stains.

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1:30

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Moosemeat & Marmalade

Art and Dan find a guide to take them hunting for ptarmigan; Art and Dan visit a musher who teaches them how to harness.

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2:00

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Moosemeat & Marmalade

Dan takes Art to the remote village of Jubrique for La Matanza, a celebratory killing and processing of a pig.

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2:30

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Pete & Pio's Kai Safari

Highlights of Pete and Pio's journey with their Kai Safari friends.

3:01

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Skins

Malformed people search for a place in society.

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5:01

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
North of 60

Brian is attacked in the bush; Peter wants to hire Sylvie as the new teacher; Teevee struggles with the business.

6:00

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
APTN National News

Dennis Ward and Melissa Ridgen bring you news stories that matter to Indigenous people

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6:30

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
The Laughing Drum

7:00

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Dreamcatcher Bios

Tia Carrere is a two-time Grammy-winning singer and an actor best known for her role as Cassandra in Wayne’s World.

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7:30

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Future History

Kris joins a seal hunt; the Commissioner of Nunavut Nellie Kusugak talks about life in Nunavut; Serain speaks with Adam Apik, of Embrace Life Council, about suicide.

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8:00

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Future History

Meeka Mike shares her story about protecting Qaujimajatuqangit with Kris; Sarain meets students from Debajehmujig Creation Centre; Kris and Sarain meet hoopdancer/advocate Theland Kicknosway.

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8:30

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Face the Music

Kristi travels to Los Angeles after receiving an invitation from Native American rock guitarist and music producer Stevie Salas.

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9:00

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Indigenous Day Live 2018: Artist Spotlight Repacks

Performances by Logan Staats, Midnight Shine, Tom Wilson, and Walk Off the Earth featuring Walking Wolf.

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9:30

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Indigenous Day Live 2018: Artist Spotlight Repacks

Performances by Kelly Fraser, Sister Says, Shauit, William Prince and Kardinal Offishall.

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10:00

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
Live From the Hundred Years Cafe

A fifteen year old guitarist with an ace band a three-part female harmonies.

11:00

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
APTN National News

Dennis Ward and Melissa Ridgen bring you news stories that matter to Indigenous people

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11:30

pm
Tuesday
Jun 18
The Laughing Drum

12:00

am
Tuesday
Jun 18
Indigenous Day Live 2018: Artist Spotlight Repacks

Performances by Logan Staats, Midnight Shine, Tom Wilson, and Walk Off the Earth featuring Walking Wolf.

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