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scheduled episodes of In the Americas With David Yetman

channel date time episode
PBS 6 Jan 20th 12:04 a.m. Episode 3 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 23rd 6:30 p.m. Episode 4 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 24th midnight Episode 4 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 24th 6:30 p.m. Episode 5 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 25th midnight Episode 5 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 25th 6:30 p.m. Episode 6 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 26th midnight Episode 6 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 26th 6:30 p.m. Episode 7 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 27th 12:04 a.m. Episode 7 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 30th 6:30 p.m. Episode 8 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 31st midnight Episode 8 of 10
PBS 6 Jan 31st 6:30 p.m. Episode 9 of 10
PBS 6 Feb 1st midnight Episode 9 of 10
PBS 6 Feb 1st 6:30 p.m. Alaska: The Wilderness Of The Volcanoes
PBS 6 Feb 2nd midnight Alaska: The Wilderness Of The Volcanoes
PBS 6 Feb 2nd 6:30 p.m. A Gaucho Gathering in Uruguay
PBS 6 Feb 3rd 12:06 a.m. A Gaucho Gathering in Uruguay
PBS 6 Feb 6th 6:30 p.m. Trinidad and Tobago: Where East Meets West
PBS 6 Feb 7th midnight Trinidad and Tobago: Where East Meets West
PBS 6 Feb 7th 6:30 p.m. Mexico City's Markets: A Millennium of Trade
PBS 6 Feb 8th 12:01 a.m. Mexico City's Markets: A Millennium of Trade
PBS 6 Feb 8th 6:30 p.m. Brazil's Pernambuco: The Forgotten Interior
PBS 6 Feb 9th midnight Brazil's Pernambuco: The Forgotten Interior
PBS 6 Feb 9th 6:30 p.m. The Mata Atlantica: Brazil's Other Rainforest

Series Information

In the Americas With David Yetman

IN THE AMERICAS WITH DAVID YETMAN takes a fresh look at the lands that make up much of the Western Hemisphere. The 10-part series showcases the landscapes, peoples and history of the Americas - from the stories of a small village of Japanese immigrants in the Amazon to descendants of poor Italians in Chile, from Mayan temples in Guatemala to ancient fortresses in Mexico, and from the frigid, glacier-carved barrens of northern Canada to the timeless villages of the altiplano in Peru. By raft, boat, ferry, horse and motorcycle, host David Yetman journeys to parts of Cuba mostly unknown to the outside world, the wild mountains of western Argentina, festivals in Columbia and the often ignored Great Lakes of the United States. Along the way, he meets people from all walks of life - natives and immigrants, islanders and mainlanders, pastoralists and city-dwellers - and hears their stories. David Yetman, longtime host of The Desert Speaks (also distributed through APT Exchange) works as a research social scientist at the Southwest Center of the University of Arizona. Yetman is also a nationally known author of numerous books and articles and an accomplished photographer.

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