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Today's Highlights

Tonight:

  • Sat, Feb 16th 8:00 PM ET
    Rock Legends: Sting
    After the huge success he had with The Police, Sting decided to go solo and released his first album in 1985 and has continued to release chart topping hits. Rock Legends features archival music videos and exclusive insights on one of the world's most popular musicians.
  • Sat, Feb 16th 8:30 PM ET
    Rock Legends: Aretha Franklin
    Multiple Grammy winner and "Queen of Soul,” Aretha Franklin is known for hits such as "Respect," "Freeway of Love" and "I Say a Little Prayer."
  • Sat, Feb 16th 9:00 PM ET
    Summer of Love
    In 1967, an expressive, colorful musical force painted a backdrop of social change, fashion, love, turmoil and war. This one-hour program is driven by the soundtrack of the time that kept the troops company in Vietnam, powered the Anti-War and Civil Rights movements, and opened the hearts and minds of the baby boomers that had matured into teens.
  • Sat, Feb 16th 10:00 PM ET
    Kenny Loggins and Friends
    Celebrate the career of Kenny Loggins, who first rose to fame in the early 70's as a member of the critically acclaimed duo of Loggins and Messina, including the long-awaited reunion with Jim Messina. Other guests include David Foster, Thundercat, the Blue Sky Riders, a 12 piece band, string quartet and a 16 person choir. Some of the songs performed include "Footloose," "House on Pooh Corner," and "Danger Zone."

Today's Full Programming Schedule

  • Sat, Feb 16th 6:00 AM ET

    Smart Travels Europe: Out of Rome
    We leave the eternal city behind by way of the famous Apian Way to explore the environs of Rome. First it's the majesty of Emperor Hadrian's villa and lakes of the Alban Hills. Next, it's south to the ancient seaport of Ostia, Rome's Pompeii. Along the way we sample olive oil, stop at the ancient's favorite beach and visit a medieval hilltop town. Our own five star villa is a retreat fit for an emperor.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 6:30 AM ET

    Rock Legends: Ray Charles
    Ray Charles was a pioneer of soul music, integrating R&B, gospel, pop and country to create hits like "Unchain My Heart," "Hit the Road Jack" and "Georgia on My Mind." A blind genius, he is considered one of the greatest artists of all time.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 7:00 AM ET

    Classic Albums: Steely Dan: Aja
    Becker and Fagen, renowned for their relentless perfectionism in the recording studio, recall the history of an album that was a year in the making, but rewarded with a Grammy Award and three hit singles. Steely Dan's Aja has proven to be one of the most outstanding jazz-rock albums in the history of popular music and now its story is told in this fascinating documentary.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 8:00 AM ET

    Smart Travels Pacific Rim: Vancouver & Victoria, British Columbia
    Vancouver is a vibrant mix of European heritage and Asian cultures. Rudy explores this mix of cultures that inspires world-class cuisine, a spirited night life and modern Asian shopping centers. Nature is ever-present and Rudy visits a temperate rainforest. After a spectacular ferry ride to Victoria Rudy enjoys 'afternoon tea' and visit the Butchart Gardens.

  • Premiere Sat, Feb 16th 8:30 AM ET

    50PlusPrime
    The South Florida Wildlife Center in Ft. Lauderdale is the country's busiest trauma center for wild animals. It treats more than 12,000 patients every year. Although the hospital is staffed by people of all ages, Tony meets with three members of the baby boomer generation who fill central roles in keeping the mission going.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 9:00 AM ET

    Chicago: The Terry Kath Experience
    A journey into the mind of one of great unsung rock legends of the 1970's. The late Terry Kath was one of the founding members of the band Chicago, whose powerful guitar playing and husky, melodic voice has been praised by such icons as Jimi Hendrix, Joe Walsh and Eric Clapton.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 10:30 AM ET

    Chicago
    Chicago performs "Color My World", "Feeling Stronger Everyday" and "25 or 6 to 4" in this special performance.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 11:30 AM ET

    Rock Legends: Eagles
    With five number one singles, 14 Top 40 hits, and four number one albums, the Eagles were among the most successful recording artists of the 1970s. Leading music critics cast fresh light on the career of the Eagles.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 12:00 PM ET

    Classic Albums: Carly Simon: No Secrets
    Singer-songwriter Carly Simon and key collaborators reveal the creative process of writing and recording her No Secrets album, including the classic single 'You're So Vain.'

  • Sat, Feb 16th 1:00 PM ET

    The Big Interview: Norah Jones
    One of the top jazz artists of our time, Norah Jones talks about her music, being a celebrity and how being a parent has changed her.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 2:00 PM ET

    Norah Jones
    In this special show filmed at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, Norah performs a blend of covers by the likes of Tom Waits and Wilco, hits like "Don't Know Why" and "Come Away With Me," and tracks from her highly anticipated fourth album, The Fall.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 3:00 PM ET

    The Big Interview: Rod Stewart
    Rod Stewart is still rocking out fifty years into his career: he has a hit Las Vegas residency, continues to pack arenas around the world, and has a new album out. He's left his mark on rock & roll, and he talks to Dan Rather about his life and legacy.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 4:00 PM ET

    Rock Legends: Rod Stewart
    Rod Stewart took to the blues circuit early in his career and became the first solo artist to achieve the number 1 position in both the US and the UK after releasing his 3rd album, Every Picture Tells A Story. Rock Legends Rod Stewart tells the story of one of Britain's enduring rock stars.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 4:30 PM ET

    The Big Interview: Kenny Loggins
    Dan Rather sits down with 70s superstar and 80s "Soundtrack King" Kenny Loggins to talk songwriting, soul searching, and the stories behind some of the biggest hits for the big screen.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 5:30 PM ET

    Kenny Loggins and Friends
    Celebrate the career of Kenny Loggins, who first rose to fame in the early 70's as a member of the critically acclaimed duo of Loggins and Messina, including the long-awaited reunion with Jim Messina. Other guests include David Foster, Thundercat, the Blue Sky Riders, a 12 piece band, string quartet and a 16 person choir. Some of the songs performed include "Footloose," "House on Pooh Corner," and "Danger Zone."

  • Sat, Feb 16th 7:00 PM ET

    Rock Legends: George Michael
    This program features archive material, music videos "I Want Your Sex" and "Too Funky" and exclusive insights from music critics and journalists.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 7:30 PM ET

    The Day The Rock Star Died: Whitney Houston
    Whitney Houston was one of the best-selling music artists, with 200 million records sold worldwide, and the only artist to chart seven consecutive No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 songs. Houston's crossover appeal on the popular music charts, as well as her prominence on MTV, influenced several African American women artists who followed in her footsteps. "I Will Always Love You," which received the Grammy Award for Record of the Year, also became the best-selling single by a woman in music history.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 8:00 PM ET

    Rock Legends: Sting
    After the huge success he had with The Police, Sting decided to go solo and released his first album in 1985 and has continued to release chart topping hits. Rock Legends features archival music videos and exclusive insights on one of the world's most popular musicians.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 8:30 PM ET

    Rock Legends: Aretha Franklin
    Multiple Grammy winner and "Queen of Soul,” Aretha Franklin is known for hits such as "Respect," "Freeway of Love" and "I Say a Little Prayer."

  • Sat, Feb 16th 9:00 PM ET

    Summer of Love
    In 1967, an expressive, colorful musical force painted a backdrop of social change, fashion, love, turmoil and war. This one-hour program is driven by the soundtrack of the time that kept the troops company in Vietnam, powered the Anti-War and Civil Rights movements, and opened the hearts and minds of the baby boomers that had matured into teens.

  • Sat, Feb 16th 10:00 PM ET

    Kenny Loggins and Friends
    Celebrate the career of Kenny Loggins, who first rose to fame in the early 70's as a member of the critically acclaimed duo of Loggins and Messina, including the long-awaited reunion with Jim Messina. Other guests include David Foster, Thundercat, the Blue Sky Riders, a 12 piece band, string quartet and a 16 person choir. Some of the songs performed include "Footloose," "House on Pooh Corner," and "Danger Zone."

  • Sat, Feb 16th 11:30 PM ET

    Summer of Love
    In 1967, an expressive, colorful musical force painted a backdrop of social change, fashion, love, turmoil and war. This one-hour program is driven by the soundtrack of the time that kept the troops company in Vietnam, powered the Anti-War and Civil Rights movements, and opened the hearts and minds of the baby boomers that had matured into teens.

  • Sun, Feb 17th 12:30 AM ET

    Rock Legends: Sting
    After the huge success he had with The Police, Sting decided to go solo and released his first album in 1985 and has continued to release chart topping hits. Rock Legends features archival music videos and exclusive insights on one of the world's most popular musicians.

  • Sun, Feb 17th 1:00 AM ET

    Rock Legends: Aretha Franklin
    Multiple Grammy winner and "Queen of Soul,” Aretha Franklin is known for hits such as "Respect," "Freeway of Love" and "I Say a Little Prayer."

  • Sun, Feb 17th 1:30 AM ET

    The Day The Rock Star Died: Whitney Houston
    Whitney Houston was one of the best-selling music artists, with 200 million records sold worldwide, and the only artist to chart seven consecutive No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 songs. Houston's crossover appeal on the popular music charts, as well as her prominence on MTV, influenced several African American women artists who followed in her footsteps. "I Will Always Love You," which received the Grammy Award for Record of the Year, also became the best-selling single by a woman in music history.

  • Sun, Feb 17th 2:00 AM ET

    Rock Legends: George Michael
    This program features archive material, music videos "I Want Your Sex" and "Too Funky" and exclusive insights from music critics and journalists.

  • Sun, Feb 17th 2:30 AM ET

    Rock Legends: Rod Stewart
    Rod Stewart took to the blues circuit early in his career and became the first solo artist to achieve the number 1 position in both the US and the UK after releasing his 3rd album, Every Picture Tells A Story. Rock Legends Rod Stewart tells the story of one of Britain's enduring rock stars.

  • Sun, Feb 17th 3:00 AM ET

    The Big Interview: Rod Stewart
    Rod Stewart is still rocking out fifty years into his career: he has a hit Las Vegas residency, continues to pack arenas around the world, and has a new album out. He's left his mark on rock & roll, and he talks to Dan Rather about his life and legacy.

  • Sun, Feb 17th 4:00 AM ET

    The Big Interview: Kenny Loggins
    Dan Rather sits down with 70s superstar and 80s "Soundtrack King" Kenny Loggins to talk songwriting, soul searching, and the stories behind some of the biggest hits for the big screen.

  • Sun, Feb 17th 5:00 AM ET

    Norah Jones
    In this special show filmed at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, Norah performs a blend of covers by the likes of Tom Waits and Wilco, hits like "Don't Know Why" and "Come Away With Me," and tracks from her highly anticipated fourth album, The Fall.

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