Documentaries on City 12 - February 2013

The Documentaries listed below will air on City 12 during the following timeslots:

Monday-Friday: 7pm
Sundays: 9pm

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 1 FRI        Life on Fire #105 “Ash Runners”
 2 SAT        7pm Unforgiveable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson (Parts 1&2) 4 hours

 3 SUN            Pioneers of Television #303 “Superheroes” 
 4 MON          The Hines Farm Blues Club            
 5 TUES        AFROPOP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange #401 “Everyday Sunshine” (90 Min)     
 6 WED          AFROPOP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange #501 “A Lot Like You”   
 7 THURS      An Evening with Berry Gordy
 8 FRI                Life on Fire #106 “Pioneers of the Deep”
 
10 SUN           Pioneers of Television #304 “Miniseries”    
11 MON           Fly Boys: Western Pennsylvania’s Tuskegee Airmen  
12 TUES          Wilder: An American First
13 WED         AFROPOP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange #502 “Dear Mandela” 
14 THUR       4pm Rochester City Council Committee Meeting (Replays:  2pm Sat. 2/16/13)
                       7pm AFROPOP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange #402 “Burning in the Sun”            
15 FRI                The Black Kung Fu Experience       
       
17 SUN        Tavis Smiley Reports #201 “Too Important to Fail”
18 MON               7pm A Harpist’s Legacy: Ann Hobson Pilot and the Sound of Change    
                  7:30pm Summer Hill   
19 TUES        7pm Summer Hill
7:30pm           Rochester City Council Meeting (Replays 4pm Saturday 2/23/13)
20 WED          Tavis Smiley Reports #201 “Too Important to Fail”
21 THURS     AFROPOP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange #403 “That’s My Face”
22 FRI                Colored Frames

24 SUN        Blacking Up: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identity 
25 MON           American Masters #2602 “Sister Rosetta Tharpe: The Godmother of Rock and Roll”
26 TUES          AFROPOP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange #405 “An African Election” (90 Min)
27 WED         AFROPOP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange #404 “Calypso Rose: The Lioness of the Jungle”
28 THUR       Underground Railroad: The William Still Story     

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