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Friday, October 2nd

5:30am on
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Sugar & Spice

Food is so central to life that we almost take it for granted. But it also shapes us in ways beyond the gastronomic. Gastor goes above and beyond to satisfy his wife's sweet cravings; Claire travels the world to hunt exotic spices and heal her broken heart; and Juan conjures a memorable meal...despite challenges. Three storytellers, three interpretations of SUGAR & SPICE, hosted by Theresa Okokon.

11:30am on
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Sugar & Spice

Food is so central to life that we almost take it for granted. But it also shapes us in ways beyond the gastronomic. Gastor goes above and beyond to satisfy his wife's sweet cravings; Claire travels the world to hunt exotic spices and heal her broken heart; and Juan conjures a memorable meal...despite challenges. Three storytellers, three interpretations of SUGAR & SPICE, hosted by Theresa Okokon.

Monday, October 5th

9:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Challenge Accepted! (Home Edition)

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us in innumerable ways. It has taught us to be patient, kind and creative. And it has forced us to find courage in the face of uncertainty and loss. Matthew Dicks breaks through the boredom on a bike ride through lightning and hail; Michelle Figueroa starts a "good news" movement on Instagram; Kemp Harris tries to convince his 90-year-old mom that coronavirus is serious; and Kelli Dunham, hospitalized with COVID-19, discovers new ways to connect. Four storytellers, four interpretations of CHALLENGE ACCEPTED - a Stories from the Stage At-Home Edition, hosted by Wes Hazard.

Tuesday, October 6th

2:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Challenge Accepted! (Home Edition)

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us in innumerable ways. It has taught us to be patient, kind and creative. And it has forced us to find courage in the face of uncertainty and loss. Matthew Dicks breaks through the boredom on a bike ride through lightning and hail; Michelle Figueroa starts a "good news" movement on Instagram; Kemp Harris tries to convince his 90-year-old mom that coronavirus is serious; and Kelli Dunham, hospitalized with COVID-19, discovers new ways to connect. Four storytellers, four interpretations of CHALLENGE ACCEPTED - a Stories from the Stage At-Home Edition, hosted by Wes Hazard.

10:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Challenge Accepted! (Home Edition)

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us in innumerable ways. It has taught us to be patient, kind and creative. And it has forced us to find courage in the face of uncertainty and loss. Matthew Dicks breaks through the boredom on a bike ride through lightning and hail; Michelle Figueroa starts a "good news" movement on Instagram; Kemp Harris tries to convince his 90-year-old mom that coronavirus is serious; and Kelli Dunham, hospitalized with COVID-19, discovers new ways to connect. Four storytellers, four interpretations of CHALLENGE ACCEPTED - a Stories from the Stage At-Home Edition, hosted by Wes Hazard.

Friday, October 9th

5:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Challenge Accepted! (Home Edition)

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us in innumerable ways. It has taught us to be patient, kind and creative. And it has forced us to find courage in the face of uncertainty and loss. Matthew Dicks breaks through the boredom on a bike ride through lightning and hail; Michelle Figueroa starts a "good news" movement on Instagram; Kemp Harris tries to convince his 90-year-old mom that coronavirus is serious; and Kelli Dunham, hospitalized with COVID-19, discovers new ways to connect. Four storytellers, four interpretations of CHALLENGE ACCEPTED - a Stories from the Stage At-Home Edition, hosted by Wes Hazard.

11:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
Widescreen

Challenge Accepted! (Home Edition)

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us in innumerable ways. It has taught us to be patient, kind and creative. And it has forced us to find courage in the face of uncertainty and loss. Matthew Dicks breaks through the boredom on a bike ride through lightning and hail; Michelle Figueroa starts a "good news" movement on Instagram; Kemp Harris tries to convince his 90-year-old mom that coronavirus is serious; and Kelli Dunham, hospitalized with COVID-19, discovers new ways to connect. Four storytellers, four interpretations of CHALLENGE ACCEPTED - a Stories from the Stage At-Home Edition, hosted by Wes Hazard.

Monday, October 12th

9:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Cast Your Vote NEW

There are all sorts of things people can be proud of: their identity, family and heritage, a wise decision, a singular accomplishment, or just standing up and being true to who they are. Palestinian Muslim Eman El-Husseini comes out to her parents and finds in comedy the best tool to defy cultural stereotypes; April Hartford shares the relief and redemption of living an authentic self; and Jay Vilar comes out to his family and receives some surprising reactions. Hosted by Theresa Okokon.

Tuesday, October 13th

2:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Cast Your Vote

There are all sorts of things people can be proud of: their identity, family and heritage, a wise decision, a singular accomplishment, or just standing up and being true to who they are. Palestinian Muslim Eman El-Husseini comes out to her parents and finds in comedy the best tool to defy cultural stereotypes; April Hartford shares the relief and redemption of living an authentic self; and Jay Vilar comes out to his family and receives some surprising reactions. Hosted by Theresa Okokon.

10:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Cast Your Vote

There are all sorts of things people can be proud of: their identity, family and heritage, a wise decision, a singular accomplishment, or just standing up and being true to who they are. Palestinian Muslim Eman El-Husseini comes out to her parents and finds in comedy the best tool to defy cultural stereotypes; April Hartford shares the relief and redemption of living an authentic self; and Jay Vilar comes out to his family and receives some surprising reactions. Hosted by Theresa Okokon.

Friday, October 16th

5:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Cast Your Vote

There are all sorts of things people can be proud of: their identity, family and heritage, a wise decision, a singular accomplishment, or just standing up and being true to who they are. Palestinian Muslim Eman El-Husseini comes out to her parents and finds in comedy the best tool to defy cultural stereotypes; April Hartford shares the relief and redemption of living an authentic self; and Jay Vilar comes out to his family and receives some surprising reactions. Hosted by Theresa Okokon.

11:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Cast Your Vote

There are all sorts of things people can be proud of: their identity, family and heritage, a wise decision, a singular accomplishment, or just standing up and being true to who they are. Palestinian Muslim Eman El-Husseini comes out to her parents and finds in comedy the best tool to defy cultural stereotypes; April Hartford shares the relief and redemption of living an authentic self; and Jay Vilar comes out to his family and receives some surprising reactions. Hosted by Theresa Okokon.

Monday, October 19th

9:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Growing Up Black NEW

What does it mean to grow up black in America? In part, it means strangers looking at you with suspicion; being pulled over by the police for no reason; being afraid to walk outside because of who you are. Tonight, storytellers share stories of living while black in a country too often divided by race. Bullied by a group of kids, Ben Cunningham finds out he is not alone; Sue Schmidt shares the realities of raising kids of a different race; and Angie Chatman learns about how far we have come, and how far we have to go in a chance encounter she will never forget. Hosted by Wes Hazard.

Tuesday, October 20th

2:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Growing Up Black

What does it mean to grow up black in America? In part, it means strangers looking at you with suspicion; being pulled over by the police for no reason; being afraid to walk outside because of who you are. Tonight, storytellers share stories of living while black in a country too often divided by race. Bullied by a group of kids, Ben Cunningham finds out he is not alone; Sue Schmidt shares the realities of raising kids of a different race; and Angie Chatman learns about how far we have come, and how far we have to go in a chance encounter she will never forget. Hosted by Wes Hazard.

10:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Growing Up Black

What does it mean to grow up black in America? In part, it means strangers looking at you with suspicion; being pulled over by the police for no reason; being afraid to walk outside because of who you are. Tonight, storytellers share stories of living while black in a country too often divided by race. Bullied by a group of kids, Ben Cunningham finds out he is not alone; Sue Schmidt shares the realities of raising kids of a different race; and Angie Chatman learns about how far we have come, and how far we have to go in a chance encounter she will never forget. Hosted by Wes Hazard.

Friday, October 23rd

5:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Growing Up Black

What does it mean to grow up black in America? In part, it means strangers looking at you with suspicion; being pulled over by the police for no reason; being afraid to walk outside because of who you are. Tonight, storytellers share stories of living while black in a country too often divided by race. Bullied by a group of kids, Ben Cunningham finds out he is not alone; Sue Schmidt shares the realities of raising kids of a different race; and Angie Chatman learns about how far we have come, and how far we have to go in a chance encounter she will never forget. Hosted by Wes Hazard.

11:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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Growing Up Black

What does it mean to grow up black in America? In part, it means strangers looking at you with suspicion; being pulled over by the police for no reason; being afraid to walk outside because of who you are. Tonight, storytellers share stories of living while black in a country too often divided by race. Bullied by a group of kids, Ben Cunningham finds out he is not alone; Sue Schmidt shares the realities of raising kids of a different race; and Angie Chatman learns about how far we have come, and how far we have to go in a chance encounter she will never forget. Hosted by Wes Hazard.

Monday, October 26th

9:30pm on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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On The Spot

In a world full of complicated choices, it can be hard to do the right thing. Vara Cooper searches for the courage to veer from her mother's Bat Mitzvah guest list; Anthony Azanon debates whether he should grant a stranger a simple favor; and hospital chaplain Alyssa Adreani faces her fear of singing to help a patient in need of hope. Three storytellers, three interpretations of ON THE SPOT, hosted by Theresa Okokon.

Tuesday, October 27th

2:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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On The Spot

In a world full of complicated choices, it can be hard to do the right thing. Vara Cooper searches for the courage to veer from her mother's Bat Mitzvah guest list; Anthony Azanon debates whether he should grant a stranger a simple favor; and hospital chaplain Alyssa Adreani faces her fear of singing to help a patient in need of hope. Three storytellers, three interpretations of ON THE SPOT, hosted by Theresa Okokon.

10:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
Widescreen

On The Spot

In a world full of complicated choices, it can be hard to do the right thing. Vara Cooper searches for the courage to veer from her mother's Bat Mitzvah guest list; Anthony Azanon debates whether he should grant a stranger a simple favor; and hospital chaplain Alyssa Adreani faces her fear of singing to help a patient in need of hope. Three storytellers, three interpretations of ON THE SPOT, hosted by Theresa Okokon.

Friday, October 30th

5:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
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On The Spot

In a world full of complicated choices, it can be hard to do the right thing. Vara Cooper searches for the courage to veer from her mother's Bat Mitzvah guest list; Anthony Azanon debates whether he should grant a stranger a simple favor; and hospital chaplain Alyssa Adreani faces her fear of singing to help a patient in need of hope. Three storytellers, three interpretations of ON THE SPOT, hosted by Theresa Okokon.

11:30am on
Runtime: 00:26:40
Widescreen

On The Spot

In a world full of complicated choices, it can be hard to do the right thing. Vara Cooper searches for the courage to veer from her mother's Bat Mitzvah guest list; Anthony Azanon debates whether he should grant a stranger a simple favor; and hospital chaplain Alyssa Adreani faces her fear of singing to help a patient in need of hope. Three storytellers, three interpretations of ON THE SPOT, hosted by Theresa Okokon.