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Saturday, February 2nd
Celebrate KEET-TV's 50th Anniversary by joining us for dinner and auctions at the Carson Mansion. State Senator Mike McGuire will be the auctioneer and music will be performed by the Nice n' Easy band. Cocktail hour is at 5p and dinner will be served at 6p, followed by the live auction. Tickets are $100 per person. Please call 707-445-0813 to purchase tickets and keep KEET going for another 50 years!
Thursday, January 17th at 9 PM
Episode #803 – "Farewell, My Lovely" Louisa's stress is compounded when she must take a group of students on a sailing trip. Ruth's decision regarding the farm causes trouble for the Large family enterprises, and Morwenna and Al throw an event to launch Al's new business.
Sunday, January 20th at 9 PM
Victoria must decide whether to fight the Chartists with force or allow them to present their petition. Continuing the story of Victoria’s rule over the largest empire the world has ever known, Victoria, Season 3 introduces fascinating new historical characters, including Laurence Fox (Inspector Lewis) as the vainglorious Lord Palmerston, who crosses swords with the queen over British foreign policy. Also vexing the queen this season is Kate Fleetwood (Harlots) as Victoria’s devoted but troubled half-sister, Princess Feodora, who seeks refuge at Buckingham Palace due to political unrest back home in Germany.
Monday, January 21st at 10 PM
“RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World” is an electrifying look at the Native American influence in popular music, despite attempts to ban, censor and erase Indian culture. As the film reveals, early pioneers of the blues such as Charley Patton had Native as well as African American roots, and one of the first and most influential jazz singers, Mildred Bailey, had a voice trained on Native American songs.
Tuesday, January 22nd at 8 PM
Henry Louis Gates, Jr. shows journalists Christiane Amanpour, Ann Curry and Lisa Ling that the stories within their own family trees are every bit as compelling as the news stories they have been covering for the world.
Tuesday, January 22nd at 9 PM
In the summer of 1910, an unimaginable wildfire devoured more than three million acres across the Northern Rockies, confronting the fledgling U.S. Forest Service with a catastrophe that would define the agency and the nation’s fire policy for the rest of the 20th century and beyond. THE BIG BURN provides a cautionary tale of heroism and sacrifice, arrogance and greed, hubris and, ultimately, humility in the face of nature’s frightening power. Inspired by the best-selling book by Timothy Egan.