Saturday, Feb. 22

4 p.m. | Heartland Highways Special

Join us for an all new Heartland Highways special featuring people and places from season 12. We’ve got a great lineup of stories to share, including a special behind the scenes look at how the series goes from idea to the TV screen and some stories from Season 12 that you haven’t seen yet. Heartland Highways features the people and places that make our region unique, so come along for this adventure!


6 p.m. | Classic Gospel: Women of Homecoming

Women who are making an eternal difference perform powerful music and share soul-stirring stories.


7:30 p.m. | A Farm Story with Jerry Apps

Experience farm life in the 1930s and 40s through the eyes of a boy growing up in Wild Rose, Wisconsin, the archetype of rural America, guided by acclaimed author, teacher and historian Jerry Apps. Like a family photo album, this portrait evokes memories of experiences that created the values of hard work, determination and community.


9 p.m. | Victor Borge: Comedy in Music!

This new Victor Borge television special features his recently re-discovered funniest and most memorable skits - a truly unparalleled collection not to be missed. Rare archival footage from the Andy Williams Show and Perry Como Show (not seen in more than 40 years!), a classic hilarious performance from Dwight D. Eisenhower inaugural celebration from the White House, and touching, heart-felt reminiscences by his five children to their favorite Borge routines.


10:30 p.m. | Joe Bonamassa: Live From the Royal Albert Hall

When Joe Bonamassa took the stage at Royal Albert Hall in May 2009, he fulfilled a dream he'd held since first picking up a guitar as a kid in upstate New York. The sold-out concert - fresh off the release of his #1 album THE BALLAD OF JOHN HENRY - marked Bonamassa's headlining debut at arguably the most prestigious concert venue in the world. At the Hall, Bonamassa had the added honor of being joined onstage by the legendary Eric Clapton. The Times of London cited Joe's "searing excellence and showmanship," and Planet Rock said, "The sight of two of the world's best guitarists trading solos was more than a little thrilling." This twelve camera high definition, surround sound shoot was produced by Bonamassa's longtime collaborator Kevin Shirley.