KNLC-DT Upcoming Movies:
Thursday, January 1: 7 – 9 PM – Flight of the Lost Balloon
A professor sets out to rescue a lost explorer by navigating over Africa in a hot air balloon. A mysterious local villain interferes by commandeering the balloon for his own purposes.
Friday, January 2: 7 – 9 PM – Bells of Innocence
A rancher named Matthew is sent by God to protect a town of people from an evil preacher named elder Joshua and leads them back to their faith in Jesus Christ.
Sunday, January 4: 2 – 4 PM – Warriors of Honor
A documentary of two confederate soldiers, who fought during the civil war. The Christian faith of these two Generals has left them a long lasting legacy.
Sunday, January 4: 7 – 9 PM – The Cross and the Switchblade
A crusading minister get involve with a New York street gang.
Thursday, January 8: 7 – 9 PM – Race at Dawn
A special agent from Chicago is sent out west to bring in the notorious Reno Brothers.
Friday, January 9: 7 – 9 PM – Home of the Brave
A black World War II veteran confronts his fear of being an outsider. He fights post-traumatic stress and copes with his return to a civilian lifestyle along with having multiple flashbacks.
Sunday, January 11: 2 – 4 PM – The Whirlwinds of Revolt & Remembering Dr. King
The Whirlwinds of Revolt – Andrew Young presents a recollection of events concerning his involvement in the protest and revolt that stimulated from the 1954 Supreme Court case Topeka vs. Board of Education. (2-3 PM)
Remembering Dr. King – In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, prominent black leaders give a reflection of what the civil rights movement of the 60’s accomplished. (3-4 PM)
Sunday, January 11: 7 – 9 PM – Little Men
A classic tale of two street kids – one who becomes the recipient of a kind benefactor and the other who goes on the run on the street. The first gets taken to a school run by kindly teachers where he learns virtue and honesty.
Thursday, January 15: 7 – 9 PM – Martin Luther
A 16th century theologian withdraws from the Roman Catholic Church to form the protestant reformation.
Friday, January 16: 7 – 9 PM – Between God, the Devil and a Winchester
A preacher sets out to find treasure that was buried by a stranger who died in an accident after being chased by bandits.
Sunday, January 18: 2 – 4 PM – We Have a Dream
This film presents a collection of interviews from African American icons who have succeeded at achieving the American dream.
Sunday, January 18: 7 – 9 PM – The Jackie Robinson Story
This film tells the story of the first African American baseball player to integrate into the Major leagues. How despite racism he was able to endure and become one of baseball’s best of all times.
Thursday, January 22: 7 – 9 PM – Song of Freedom
A London dockworker achieves singing stardom on the concert stage only to throw it all away to make a pilgrimage to Africa and assume leadership of his ancestral tribe.
Friday, January 23: 7 – 9 PM – The Bishop’s Wife
A bishop prays for guidance on building a new cathedral. After an angel arrives he finds that his guidance is not about fundraising.
Sunday, January 25: 2 – 4 PM – Jim Crow to Barack Obama and Dr. King Special
Jim Crow to Barack Obama – African American youth based in Saint Louis, Missouri conduct interviews from elders who give perspective of race relations they have experienced from the 1900’s to the election of U.S. President Barack Obama. (2 – 3:30 PM)
Dr. King Special – A collection of interviews done with the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and some of his constituents who lived to tell about the tribulation and aguish that occurred between blacks and whites in the South during the Jim Crow era. (3:30 – 4:00 PM)
Sunday, January 25: 7 – 9 PM – A Raisin in the Sun
A poor black family anticipates an insurance payment to bring them financial salvation.
Thursday, January 29: 7 – 9 PM – Blades of Courage
A young woman training as an Olympic ice skater overcomes pressure from her coach and the media. She rises to the occasion and takes the victory.
Friday, January 30: 7 – 9 PM – Made for Each Other
A lawyer and a young woman marry and remain faithful despite tough trials and criticism from friends and family.
KNLC-DT Upcoming Specials:
Sunday’s, January 4, 11, 18, & 25: 11 AM – 12 PM – Musical Specials
Displaying the talents of some of gospel music’s greatest African American performers in the industry.
Sunday’s, January 4, 11, 18, & 25: 12:30 – 1:00 PM – Sports Specials
Each week we will present Sport Legends of the past, Sports Gone Wild, and the best of winter and summer games.
Sunday’s, January 4, 11, 18, & 25: 4 – 5 PM – Short Film Specials
High-lighting some of the most entertaining films written, produced and starring African Americans.