Monday, March 2

7 p.m. | Rock Rewind: 1965-67 (My Music)

The Sixties was a period of massive social and political upheaval in America. While much of these changes were reflected in the popular songs of the era, many performers also sang of fun, romance and good times. Iconic actor Adam West, best known as the "Caped Crusader" on the '60s TV version of Batman, hosts this newly-assembled special with archival performances of hits that still resonate nearly half a century later.


8:30 p.m. | Candy Bomber

Hear the heartwarming true story of Colonel Gail “Hal” Halvorsen, the American pilot who brought joy to children living in the rubble of post-war Germany by dropping treats from his plane during the Berlin Airlift in 1948.


9:30 p.m. | A Farm Winter with Jerry Apps

My Music presents its first "Big Band" music retrospective featuring the biggest songs that got us through World War II and kick-started the baby boom with brassy legends that will take your members on a "Sentimental Journey". This is a very warm and nostalgic program that compiles the original hit makers and legends that define the GI and generations' memories. Peter Marshall (of the legendary Hollywood Squares) hosts this event, which for the first time mixes vintage live, rare, and unreleased footage from the Big Band days.


11 p.m. | Horses of the West: America's Love Story

As narrated by actress Ali MacGraw, Horses of the West: America's Love Story is about horses and the people who love them. The story is an emotional journey filmed on the dramatic landscape of the American West. Segments include wild horses and the prisoners who train and love them; the horses of the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary rescued from a grim fate; the exquisite grace of Arabians who may be the royalty of the horse world; working quarter horses on the ranch of famed author Thomas McGuane; the striking beauty of spotted Appaloosas and their Nez Perce heritage; and the heart-warming story of therapy horses at the National Ability Center and the children they have helped so dramatically. All celebrate the connection between horses and humans.