“It’s Your Business” series begins on WCTE this week

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Michael Aikens talks to Alane Boyd with Burger Fit on “It’s Your Business”, a new series that begins at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8.

WCTE has announced its schedule for this week.

Wednesday, Oct. 7

7 p.m. – “Nature”. How the first cats arose in the forests of Asia, how they spread across the continent and later came to conquer Africa.

8 p.m. – “PBS NewsHour Debates: A Special Report”. 2020 Vice Presidential Debate.

10 p.m. – “Campaign of Miner Bo”. Bo Copley’s long-shot campaign and how he fought, not only to pull off a monumental upset, but also to validate his own sense of self-worth after two years of unemployment.

Thursday, Oct. 8

7 p.m. – “It’s Your Business with Michael Aikens”. Michael Aikens hosts a new series where he visits with regional business leaders and entrepreneurs to share their resources and strategies for businesses.

7:30 p.m. – “Tennessee Crossroads”.

8 p.m. – “Live Green Tennessee” visits with local Chef Alane Boyd to discuss healthier ways to prepare organic vegetables and meats, with recipes for the family.

8:30 p.m. – “One On One with Becky Magura”. Becky Magura sits down with Jack Stoddart, a.k.a. Hippie Jack, fine art photographer and music show host, to learn about his time and energy focused on humanitarian efforts for the Appalachians in former mining communities.

9 p.m. – “The Upper Cumberland Camera” goes back in time to feature a story on “music in the making” and much more.

9:30 p.m. – “Bluegrass Underground”. Amanda Shires cuts her own genre blended roots-rock with fierce-sweet violin, soaring vocals, and critically acclaimed compositions.

10 p.m. – “Tennessee Wild Side” explores the world of butterflies, cicadas, and honeybees.

10:30 p.m. – “Songs at the Center”. Master Series with Grammy winner Marc Cohn.

Friday, Oct. 9

5 p.m. – “WCTE Live at 5”.

5:30 p.m. – “BBC World News Today”.

6 p.m. – “PBS NewsHour”.

7 p.m. – “Washington Week”.

7:30 p.m. – “Firing Line with Margaret Hoover”.

Saturday, Oct. 10

7 p.m. – “Classic Gospel”. On the heels of a Billboard #1 country release in 2017, GRAMMY nominee Josh Turner presents an all-new gospel show.

8 p.m. – “Antiques Roadshow”. Indianapolis, Hour Two.

9 p.m. – “Lost River Sessions”. Old time folk group The Pennyrilers perform a set at the Patent Pending Eatery in Bowling Green, KY.

9:30 p.m. – “The Upper Cumberland Camera” goes back in time to feature a story on “music in the making” and much more.

10 p.m. – “Austin City Limits”. An hour featuring British soul singer and songwriter Yola. The Bristol native performs tunes from her solo debut “Walk Through Fire”.

Sunday, Oct. 11

3 p.m. – “Ray Stevens CabaRay Nashville”. Guest: Lari White

3:30 p.m. – “In Rural Communities: Aging Matters”. The benefits and disadvantages of aging in rural America.

4 p.m. – “Freedom Riders: American Experience” explores stories of the Freedom Riders.

6 p.m. – “PBS NewsHour Weekend”.

6:30 p.m. – “One On One with Becky Magura”. Becky Magura sits down with Jack Stoddart, a.k.a. Hippie Jack, fine art photographer and music show host, to learn about his time and energy focused on humanitarian efforts for the Appalachians in former mining communities.

7 p.m. – “Last Tango In Halifax”. Gillian is pushed to her breaking point at the farm. Ted and Harrison go on an adventure. Caroline finds herself at the heart of an unlikely love triangle.

8 p.m. – “Flesh and Blood On Masterpiece”. Vivien and Mark grow closer as Helen, Jake and Natalie get progressively unhinged. Mary does some investigating.

9 p.m. – “Cobra”. With the nation experiencing one of the worst crises in UK history, the Prime Minister and his team are forced to work around the clock. Anna reconnects with a face from her past.

10 p.m. – “The Woman In White”. Count Fosco and Sir Percival set their sinister plan into motion with tragic results. Marian and Walter make a horrifying discovery.