ADVANCE February 2024


6:00 p.m. WORLD We Were Hyphy

6:30 p.m. Iowa PBS Iowa Life


Explore the Hyphy movement that emerged from the streets of Oakland in the ’90s. TV-14

Explore public art, meet a world renowned woodcarver, and visit a rock ’n’ roll summer camp.

6:30 p.m. Iowa PBS Prairie Sportsman TV-PG 7:00 p.m. Iowa PBS

7:00 p.m. Iowa PBS

Finding Your Roots:

Many people, especially young individuals and those who feel their estate is too small, believe that a will represents an unnecessary expense. But you need a plan for the future, and the preparation of a will doesn’t need to be expensive. Even if you don’t own a lot of property, you need a will to make other important decisions, including: • Naming an executor. • Naming a legal guardian for minors. • Making gifts or transfers. • Reducing estate tax liability. In the absence of a will, the state will resort to a formula. A judge will name an executor, a bond may have to be posted, the court will name a guardian and a formula will determine asset distribution. Charitable Bequest A charitable bequest is one of the best ways for you to express your specific philanthropic goals. In fact, the bequest is the most frequently used method to support charity in America. Options for your bequest to charity include: • A specific dollar amount. • A percentage of the estate. • Specific assets. Your gift is important to us! While many may think philanthropy is reserved for a select few, the truth is that every bequest to the Iowa PBS Foundation helps us continue our work. If you would like more information on wills, please contact Shellee Bailey at 515.725.9808 or

The Brick Wall Falls Danielle Brooks and Dionne Warwick are introduced to their distant ancestors. TV-PG WORLD Secrets of the Dead: Graveyard of the Giant Beasts (See 2/7 at 9 p.m. on Iowa PBS) 8:00 p.m. Iowa PBS Gospel: Take the Message Everywhere/Gospel’s Second Century

Nature: Attenborough and the Jurassic Sea Monster Sir David Attenborough and experts

unearth the fossil of the largest Jurassic predator ever known. DVS/ TV-PG WORLD Go-Go City: Displacement and Protest in Washington, D.C.

Explore the rich and colorful tapestry of Black culture and community in Washington, D.C., and the forces of gentrification that stand to mute it. (R-2/17, 11 a.m., WORLD) TV-PG

In the first hour of this episode, gospel goes mainstream, taking the good news everywhere. The final hour explores how gospel and preaching achieved platinum-selling success. TV-PG A visionary scientist investigates the deep history of astronomy in West Africa.

8:00 p.m. Iowa PBS

WORLD NOVA: Star Chasers of Senegal

NOVA: Building the

Eiffel Tower Follow the three decades of

engineering innovations, successes and failures that led to the dramatic rise of Paris’ most iconic monument. DVS/TV-PG This documentary uncovers Washington, D.C.’s music and cultural heritage by highlighting the people behind Black Fire Records. (R-2/17, noon, WORLD) Black Fire Documentary

9:00 p.m. WORLD PBS NewsHour 10:00 p.m. Iowa PBS Symphony Celebration: The Blind Boys of Alabama With Dr. Henry Panion III (See 2/11 at 4 p.m. on Iowa PBS) WORLD BBC News 10:30 p.m. WORLD Amanpour and Company 11:00 p.m. Iowa PBS Midsomer Murders: Death’s Shadow, Part 1 (See 2/8 at 9:30 p.m. on Iowa PBS) 11:30 p.m. WORLD DW The Day


9:00 p.m. Iowa PBS Secrets of the Dead: The Woman in the Iron Coffin Forensic experts examine the remains of a young Black woman from 19th century New York. (R-2/20, 7 p.m., WORLD) TV-PG WORLD PBS NewsHour 10:00 p.m. Iowa PBS Europe’s New Wild: Europe’s Amazon

Discover how the habitats of the Danube Delta depend on a healthy river to continue growing. TV-PG


5:00 p.m. WORLD France 24 5:30 p.m. Iowa PBS PBS NewsHour

WORLD BBC News 10:30 p.m. WORLD Amanpour and Company 11:00 p.m. Iowa PBS Midsomer Murders: Death’s Shadow, Part 2

(R-2/14, 9 p.m., WORLD)

WORLD NHK Newsline

(See 2/8 at 9:30 p.m. on Iowa PBS)


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