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NOV 2012

Nature “Animal Odd Couples”

Kens Burns' The Dust Bowl PAGE 3

Belva Davis retires PAGE 4

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Election coverage PAGE 5

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We’ve added some new businesses to the KQED Perks roster. Jack’s on Chestnut offers an amazing selection of casual and contemporary men’s clothing, as well as one of the best selections of vintage sports tees in the city. Mighty Mite Termite

Service brings fast and effective termite solutions to the Bay Area using orange oil — naturally derived, sustainable and low in toxicity. All termite work carries a two-year warranty. Your satisfaction is 100 percent guaranteed. And The Corner Studio Pilates and Fitness is the premiere Pilates, Gyrotonic® and interval fitness training studio in San Francisco. They offer over 20 all-level group classes per week, including G.I.T. Fit (interval training) and Pilates mat, as well as specialized workshops that change monthly. Head to kqed.org/perks (or click on KQED Perks in your KQED iPhone or Android app) for more information on and the location of our newest Perks participants.

Thank You! In this season of giving thanks, KQED would like to extend an extra special “thank you” to all our donors and members. It is only with your help that KQED continues to provide programs and services that help individuals and communities achieve their full potential. In 2012, our ongoing collaborations with the Berkeley-based Center for Investigative Reporting brought you two new multimedia news specials. Prison Break investigated the impact of prison reform in California and Heat and Harvest explored the impact of climate change on agriculture in the 21st century. Additionally, KQED Presents shared several outstanding new programs with a national audience. California State of Mind: The Legacy of Pat Brown told the story of the former governor and his extraordinary impact on the state; California Forever offered a visually stunning and engaging story of California’s state parks; and Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders profiled musicians from around the globe and the stories behind their music. We hope you continue to enjoy all our programming and will support our fundraising efforts during the holidays. Please consider making an additional gift to KQED if it is within your means. A financial

contribution of any size helps us offer the services you can count on and the programs you love. If you choose to make a gift in 2012, please note that donations made by check must be postmarked by 12/31/2012. If you have any questions, please call one of the numbers listed below and a KQED staff member will be happy to assist you. KQED Member Services 415.553.2150 KQED Leadership Circle Annual contributions of $150–$1,499. 415.553.2345 KQED Signal Society Annual contributions of $1,500–$9,999. 415.553.2300 KQED Producer’s Circle Annual contributions of $10,000 or more. 415.553.3375 KQED Legacy Society Bequests, charitable gift annuities and other life income gifts, real property, and gifts through retirement plans. 415.553.2230 For more information on supporting KQED, please visit kqed.org/support.

Photos: (cover) Kasi (cheetah) and Mtani (dog), courtesy ©Busch Gardens; (opposite page l. to r.) Anthony (lion) and Riley (coyote), courtesy ©THIRTEEN; Ken Burns, courtesy Stephanie Berger.

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Nature’s “Animal Odd Couples” premieres Wednesday, November 7, at 8pm on KQED 9.

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Odd Couples An Evening with Ken Burns A preview of The Dust Bowl and an on-stage interview with Michael Krasny. Don’t miss a chance to see a sneak preview of the new two-part Ken Burns documentary The Dust Bowl, which surveys the causes of the worst manmade ecological disaster in U.S. history: the catastrophic dust storms of the 1930s. Vivid interviews with survivors combined with dramatic photographs and seldomseen movie footage bring to life stories of incredible human suffering and equally incredible human perseverance.

This special event is presented by KQED in partnership with Charles River Associates, Subaru and Kraw Law Group.

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Thursday, November 8, 2012, 7:30pm The Castro Theatre, San Francisco $12 KQED Members (use code KQED), $18 nonmembers, $12 students Tickets available through City Box Office. 415.392.4400; cityboxoffice.com

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visits her Great Dane surrogate mother, a juvenile gibbon choosing to live with a family of capuchins and so on. Instincts gone awry? The subject has mystified scientists for years. Now, Nature investigates why animals form these special bonds. Informed by the observations of caregivers and noted scientists Temple Grandin and Marc Bekoff, the new program explores what these relationships suggest about the nature of animal emotions.

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Despite the odds, there are countless stories of the most unlikely cross-species relationships imaginable: a goat guiding a blind horse, a doe who regularly

Watch The Dust Bowl Sunday, November 18, and Monday, November 19, at 8pm or 10pm on KQED 9. KQED.org

Funding for The Dust Bowl is provided by Bank of America, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the Public Broadcasting Service, theNational Endowment for the Humanities, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Wallace Genetic Foundation and members of the Better Angels Society, including the Dana A. Hamel Family Charitable Trust and Robert and Beverly Grappone.

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Belva Davis Retires from KQED A new chapter begins after 19 years as host of This Week in Northern California. Belva Davis finally has some time to breathe as she sits down to talk at the KQED studios. She’s recently returned from the 2012 national political conventions and is looking ahead to her final broadcast as host of This Week in Northern California on November 9. Belva smiles, “I hope it turns out to be interesting and not a teary messy muddle.” Belva was the first female African American television journalist in the West (on KPIXTV), and for nearly half a century, she’s reported on many of the most important stories of our time. From the University of California at Berkeley Free Speech Movement student protests and the birth of the Black Panthers to the Peoples Temple cult that ended in the mass suicides at Jonestown, the assassinations of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk, the onset of the AIDS epidemic, and the terrorist attacks on the U.S. Embassy in Tanzania that first put Osama bin Laden on the FBI’s Most Wanted List. Her storied career has been bookended by politics. In 1964, while working at KDIA AM radio, she attended the Republican National Convention in San Francisco. She and her colleague left amid racial epithets and a throng “tossing garbage at us — wadded up convention programs, mustard-soaked hotdogs, half-eaten Snickers bars . . . then a glass soda bottle whizzed within inches of my skull . . .”

This Week in Northern California airs Fridays at 7:30pm on KQED 9. Encore presentations on KQED World air Saturdays at 9:30am and 7pm and Sundays at 11am.

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An interview you did in North Carolina with Maya Angelou will be part of your final This Week in Northern California broadcast. How did you two meet? I met her through the circle of people that bound themselves to public television and the idea of it. And this was way before I ever worked in public television. But how we got to really be friends, I couldn’t tell

you except that she was part of a group that came [in the early 1960s] to the Rainbow Sign — a black-owned book club and artists' hangout in Berkeley, where James Baldwin and the like came to have intellectual discussions. That’s where we met, and it grew and grew from there. What do you see yourself doing after November? I haven’t really been able to get a vision of what it is that I’ll do. For the moment I serve on three boards that are really interesting — the Fine Arts Museum, the War Memorial Board and the Institute on Aging — and those could be a full-time job if I dedicated more time to them. But I’m sure that there will be another chapter related to the business of media and communications. It’s been my life for well over 50 years. I don’t think the door is just going to close. I just have to be open and wait for it to come to me. Read the complete interview with Belva at kqed.org/onq-exclusives.

Photos: (top to bottom) Greg Habiby ©KQED 2009; courtesy KQED archives.

Hear Belva Davis on Forum Friday morning, November 9, on KQED 88.5 FM.

I imagine you were thinking about your experience in 1964 while you were at the Republican convention in Tampa. More before I got there, actually. The anticipation of it. Unfortunately, it lacked color as much in 2012 as it did in 1964. And that was rather a sad thing . . . No one did anything overtly to me, but it was just the mood. My takeaway is to try not to feel guilt on behalf of an industry I work in because we’ve contributed so much, by the very nature of the way we operate with these two separate camps of information streams to the separation of Americans and the ways they think about themselves and their country.

KQED News reporters are preparing for one of their busiest nights of the year – The California Report’s live election special featuring reporters from around the state, guest analysts and, of course, ballot results. “It’s an adrenalin rush,” says senior producer Ingrid Becker. Even in nonelection times, the job of producing KQED’s statewide news service is never dull. Read the complete interview with Ingrid at kqed.org/onq-exclusives. resonate across a broad geographic swath. In other words, there has to be something about the topic or issue that has currency whether you’re in San Diego or Silicon Valley. State government stories often fit these criteria, but we still need to focus on our approach. If, for example, we’re reporting about the state budget, we have to tell

Spend Election Night with KQED First, get informed before the election! Don’t forget to check out our hugely popular Proposition Guide, which provides the unbiased context and accurate data you need to in order to make an informed decision about the 2012 state ballot measures. It’s printable and mobile-friendly, and you’ll find it at kqed.org/election. KQED Public Television Turn to KQED 9 on Tuesday, November 6, at 5pm for live PBS NewsHour coverage of the national election results. At 9pm, the national program will be followed by the KQED Election Special, with host Belva Davis and The California Report’s Scott Shafer. Let our experts provide you with the most current results — national, state and local — and unbiased analysis of the issues that matter most to you.

KQED.org Visit kqed.org/election and follow KQED on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-the-minute coverage of races in the Bay Area and beyond.

California public radio stations and the many dedicated independent producers who contribute to our shows. It’s definitely a lot of people and a lot of moving parts.

KQED’s statewide news service The California Report is carried on 29 public radio stations and heard in more than 70 communities throughout California. Tune in to KQED 88.5 FM weekday mornings at 5:50am, 6:50am or 8:50am and Fridays at 4:30pm. Listen online at californiareport.org.

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As a longtime editor, tell us what makes a good story. Well, lots of things — and that’s what makes this job so dynamic. Since we’re a statewide show, I look for stories that will

that story in a way that people in various communities will understand why it matters to them. We do that by constantly asking ourselves, “How is this going to come across to the listener? Have we explained enough of the details about how this story relates to people’s lives? Or did we as journalists get too deep in the weeds on a particular policy?”

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KQED Public Radio KQED 88.5 FM is your destination for the most accurate election coverage. NPR election-night coverage begins at 5pm on November 6. KQED’s The California Report, hosted by Scott Shafer, will dovetail each hour beginning at 8pm with detailed results of California congressional races and ballot initiatives and significant local races across the state.

Good radio is all about the sound. So when you’re talking about the craft of radio, there are some key elements that help make a story a good one. One of those is having a sense of place. When we’re telling the story of an Olympic hopeful, we need to take you, the listener, to the boxing ring where he’s training and let you hear the sounds of that room so that you start to feel you’re right there. Another element to good storytelling is character. Stories with a strong character help connect the listener. One example was a story we did about joblessness in the Central Valley. In that piece, the reporter followed a job seeker through her day, and we heard the woman knocking on doors only to be turned down for interviews. The plight of a jobless person was made so much more real when the reporter allowed us to hear directly from a strong character who told us in her words what it was like to struggle so hard to find any kind of employment. What’s been the most memorable story during your time at KQED? The 2003 recall election of Governor Gray Davis. To have the state’s first successful recall election was stunning enough, but when Davis was replaced with bodybuilder actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, California grabbed the world spotlight.

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We hear your name and title in the credits every week, but what exactly does a senior producer do? In broad terms I supervise a fabulously talented team of nine full-time staffers: two hosts, producers and reporters including our bureau chiefs in Sacramento, Fresno and Los Angeles. I also work with reporters outside the station, from both other

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Photo: Ingrid Becker, senior producer of The California Report, courtesy Christina Zee/KQED.

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What Makes a Good Story? A look inside The California Report.

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Be Moved by KQED’s First e-Book —

Earthquake

The Earthquake e-book was produced by Andrea Swensrud and Jenny Oh of KQED and Helena Carmena and Jaynée Howe of the California Academy of Sciences.

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Bringing together the expertise of California’s oldest science institution and Northern California’s largest public broadcasting station, the California Academy of Sciences and KQED have developed a new multi-touch e-book about earthquakes. The project represents the first collaboration between a science institution and a public broadcasting station to create original content using Apple’s iBooks Author and iTunes U platform. The iTunes U course Earthquake, which works in conjunction with the e-book of the same name, launched simultaneously. Both the e-book and course are free to download from iTunes and coincide with the California Academy of Sciences’ new exhibit Earthquake: Life on a Dynamic Planet. The iTunes U course is designed for middle- and highschool science educators to broaden their own knowledge and to use with their students. The e-book serves as an

interactive complement to the course and is also designed as a stand-alone book for lifelong learners. Together, these two resources shed new light on what earthquakes are and how they move continents, form our landscape and fit into the larger story of plate tectonics. “We are delighted to partner with the California Academy of Sciences to leverage the latest technology to better serve our community and elevate the understanding of science,” says KQED president John Boland. “We are particularly excited about the potential for repurposing KQED’s rich and informative content in a visually engaging way using e-book technology, and this initial project leads the way. This is an important milestone in KQED’s long history of creating learning media and partnering with other nonprofit institutions to serve our community.” KQED has plans to produce more e-books in the future. For more information about the Earthquake ebook visit kqed.org/ebook.

Read On Q and Win! The monthly contest especially for On Q readers from “The Giveaway” — KQED’s blog offering prizes and opportunities to win free tickets to events around the Bay Area. The answer to the monthly question is in On Q. Send your answer to giveaway@kqed.org (please put “On Q” in the subject line) by November 9,

2012, to be entered to win a pair of tickets from Live Nation to see Barry Manilow at HP Pavilion in San Jose on Thursday, December 6, at 7:30pm. For a chance to win even more prizes, visit “The Giveaway” (kqed.org/giveaway) and check out the latest contest.

Photo: Andrea Swensrud/KQED; Graphics: Jenny Oh/KQED.

A unique blend of education and technology wrapped in dynamic science and media resources.

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Election-Night Coverage Tuesday, November 6, 5pm* *Pre-empts City Arts & Lectures

Check, Please! Bay Area Program #712 Sunday, November 4, 6:30pm* *Pre-empts Cambridge Forum Listen to KQED Public Television’s popular restaurant review series on the radio. Tonight’s episode features three popular Bay Area television journalists, including KQED’s Andrea Kissack.

Native American History Month Programs The Legacy and Lessons of Lewis and Clark Wednesday, November 21, 8pm A series of four segments, produced by veteran producer Jyl Hoyt examines the role that the native peoples played in the Lewis and Clark expedition, looks at the “opening of the West” begun by the expedition, and examines the memory of one of the most famous Native American women. We Shall Remain Thursday, November 22, 8pm This one-hour special complements a 2009 five-part television special from PBS’ American Experience exploring the Native American perspective on pivotal moments in U.S. history. The 2012 Third Coast Festival Saturday, November 24, 1-3pm, (Moyers & Company airs at 3pm) This year’s program presents the winners of the 12th annual Third Coast/Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition. You’ll hear evocative stories, interviews with winning producers and highlights from the 2012 Third Coast Awards ceremony, hosted by the Peabody Award–winning Kitchen Sisters.

Selected Shorts Saturdays, 8pm 11/3 The Twenty-Seventh Man “The Twenty-Seventh Man,” by Nathan Englander, performed by Michael Stuhlbarg. 11/10 Money, Greed and Power “Where the Money Went,” by Kevin Canty, performed by Jack Davidson; “One Day I Will Write About This Place” (excerpt), by Binyavanga Wainaina, performed by Teagle Bougere; “My Flamboyant Grandson,” by George Saunders, performed by Harris Yulin. 11/17 Paris Lives “A Bookshop of My Own” and “Setting Up Shop,” by Sylvia Beach, performed by Martha Plimpton; “No Name in the Street” (excerpt), by James Baldwin, performed by Gbenga Akinnagbe; “Hunger Was Good Discipline,” by Ernest Hemingway, performed by John Shea; “The Messy Joy of the Final Throes of the Dinner Party,” by Helen Phillips, performed by Kaneza Schaal. 11/24 Objects of Desire “Counting the Ways,” by Susan Perabo, performed by Robert Sean Leonard; “The Pony Problem,” by Sloane Crosley, performed by Kirsten Vangsness; “Love Poems,” by Lon Otto, performed by Isaiah Sheffer. City Arts & Lectures Sundays, 1pm, Tuesdays, 8pm* and Wednesdays, 2am *Pre-empted 11/6 by Election-Night Coverage 11/4 & 11/7* George Smoot, astrophysicist, cosmologist and Nobel laureate, and Saul Perlmutter, astrophysicist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and a professor of physics at the University of California at Berkeley. 11/11, 11/13 & 11/14 Nick Hornby, novelist, essayist, lyricist and screenwriter. 11/18, 11/20 & 11/21 Jonathan Lethem, novelist, essayist and shortstory writer. 11/25, 11/27 & 11/28 Wendell Berry, an American man of letters, academic, cultural and economic critic, and farmer.

For the most up-to-date program schedule information, check kqed.org/radio.

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The Computer History Museum and The Financial Times Present The Anthropology of Innovation Thursday, November 8 at 8pm The 21st-century world is marked by a profound paradox. On the one hand, we are more interconnected than ever before, in the sense that we now live and operate in systems that are tightly entwined. On the other hand, we also live at a time of great intellectual and social polarization — or silos — and social media is making some of this fracture worse, by encouraging the development of intellectual echo chambers. What are the key perils of silos and what do anthropologists have to say about the existence and trap of silos today? How can organizations silo-bust effectively? Join award-winning journalist (and anthropologist) Gillian Tett and her panel to find the answers to these questions and many more.

State of the Re:Union with Al Letson Jacksonville, FL Saturday, November 17, 1pm Situated over 850 square miles in the northeastern corner of Florida, not only is Jacksonville the largest city in the United States, it also happens to be the hometown of our host, Al Letson. In this episode, Al looks in his own backyard and discovers stories of a sprawling city in the throws of remaking itself.

A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor Saturdays, 6pm and Sundays, 11am

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American Radioworks Keyboard College: How Technology Is Revolutionizing Higher Education Wednesday, November 7, 8pm and Saturday, November 10, 1pm Program description TBA.

The Future of Cities (Program #8) Thursday, November 15, 8pm For centuries, cities have been bringing people together. Now, for the first time in history, more than half the world’s population lives in cities. What draws people to them? What changes when we live closer together? How can cities offer humanity its best hope for a sustainable future?

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Intelligence Squared U.S. Are the Rich Taxed Enough? Saturday, November 3, 1pm It is all bad news when it comes to the economy; the question is, how do we fix it? Are the nation’s wealthiest not paying their “fair share” or should tax breaks be extended for everyone in the name of job creation? For the motion: Glenn Hubbard and Arthur Laffer. Against the motion: Robert Reich and Mark Zandi.

TED Radio Hour Hosted by Alison Stewart. Airs on KQED Public Radio the second-to-last Wednesday of each month at 8pm.

Intelligence Squared U.S. Should Drugs Be Legalized? Thursday, November 29, 8pm It was 1971 when President Richard Nixon declared a “war on drugs.” Now, $2.5 trillion later, drug use is half of what it was 30 years ago. And yet 22 million Americans — 9 percent of the population — still use illegal drugs. Given that we have the highest incarceration rate in the world, is it time to legalize drugs or is this a war that we’re winning? For the motion: Nick Gillespie. Against the motion: Theodore Dalrymple.

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Climate One from the Commonwealth Club GMO: Label or Not? Thursday, November 1, 8pm Proposition 37 on the upcoming California ballot is a high-stakes food fight with national implications. The measure would bring California and, by extension the United States, in line with the various GMO disclosure requirements in Europe, Australia and Japan. Polls indicate voters favor GMO disclosure, but opponents have a hefty war chest. Join a lively debate with Ken Cook, president of the Environmental Working Group, and Jessica Lundberg of Lundberg Family Farms.

American Graduate: Let’s Make it Happen Wednesday, November 14, 8pm One million teens drop out of high school annually. American Graduate: Let’s Make it Happen, made possible by CPB, is a public media initiative to address the dropout crisis and engage communities in solutions. Hosted by Andrea Seabrook, former NPR congressional correspondent.

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Ask This Old House Transforming Stock Shelving/Installing a New Washing Machine Valve. | R (+) 11/2 1am

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The Best of Soul Train | s | celebrates more than 35 years of iconic performances and highlights classic musical and dance moments from the series. | R (9) 11/2 4am

Photo: Rocky, courtesy Warner Brothers/MGM/20th Century Fox.

Comcast is eliminating analog television service for Bay Area customers. The transition will happen through mid-December 2012. If you have basic cable through Comcast, you might be affected and will need to contact Comcast directly to obtain a digital cable box. Most Comcast customers will not be affected. Visit comcast.com/digitalnow or call 877.634.4434.

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America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Tostadas and Empanadas.

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Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen | H | Forgotten Cookies. Ask This Old House Installing Bluestone Patio/Hanging Bikes in a Garage.

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Healing Quest #1006 showcases the raw milk revolution and healthy bacon and eggs. | D

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Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef Mad About Apples. | D

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Roadtrip Nation | q | Philadelphia-Chicago. The team visits children’s folk singer Ella Jenkins and Rosemarie Certo of Dock Street Brewing Co.

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Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope | H | q | Passage Through Chile’s Tierra del Fuego Around Cape Horn. | D

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Inspector Morse #508 The Day of the Devil, Part 2. | R (+) 11/2 4am

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Marissa Winokur and Harvey Fierstein in a scene from Hairspray, one of the many shows highlighted in the six-part series Broadway: The American Musical.

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Antiques Roadshow Salt Lake City, Hour 2 of 3. | R (+) 11/4 4am

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Hound of the Baskervilles | H | #1050. A nobleman is threatened by a family curse on his estate. Sherlock Holmes is hired to investigate. | R (9) 11/4 4:01am

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Rick Steves’ Europe Greece’s Peloponnese.

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California’s Gold FDR’s Boat. Huell takes a voyage on Franklin D. Roosevelt’s presidential yacht, the USS Potomac.

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noon KQED 9 Roadtrip Nation | H | St. Louis–Bay Area. The Roadtrippers visit the City Museum in St. Louis and meet expedition photographer Jimmy Chin. | R (9) 11/11 mid, 11/17 2:30pm Austin City Limits | H | The Civil Wars/Punch Brothers. | R (9) 11/5 mid, 11/12 mid; (+) 11/11 mid On Story | H | Exporting Comedy. Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal discusses comedy with writer/ director Shane Black.

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Broadway: The American Musical Syncopated City (1919–1933). | R (9) 11/7 2am

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The Reconstruction of Asa Carter explores the life and legacy of the best-selling author of The Rebel Outlaw: Josey Wales. | D| R (9) 11/7 11pm, 11/8 5am

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #219 Da Lian, The Mountain House, Buca di Beppo.

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Clifford the Big Red Dog | D Wild Kratts Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

Sherlock Holmes #204 The Second Stain.

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Nature Why We Love Cats and Dogs Animal behaviorists and devoted owners weigh in on the great divide between dog and cat lovers. | R (9) 11/22 8pm, 11/23 2am

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Edward and Wallis — A Story of Love and Destiny The real history of a man born to be King who resigned his British crown for a woman’s love. | R (9) 11/5 4am

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Antiques Roadshow | H | Junk in the Trunk 2. Neverbefore-seen appraisals include a Missouri Regiment Colt pistol and Dr. Seuss’ signature. | R (9) 11/6 2am

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Highgrove: Alan Meets Prince Charles explore Prince Charles’ historic Highgrove House and its beautiful array of diverse gardens with garden journalist Alan Titchmarsh. | R (9) 11/5 4:53am

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Agatha Christie’s Poirot #503 Yellow Iris. | R (+) 11/6 2am, 11/11 4pm

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Market Warriors | H | Antiquing in Canton, TX, Part 2. | R (9) 11/6 3am; (+) 11/17 6pm

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Masterpiece Classic Wuthering Heights, Part 1. This adaptation of Emily Brontë’s story of the passionate bond between a Gypsy boy and his adoptive family’s daughter stars Tom Hardy as Heathcliff and Charlotte Riley as Cathy. | R (+) 11/6 3am

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NOVA Ghosts of Machu Picchu. | D| R (9) 11/5 1am

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Antiques Roadshow San Jose, Hour 3 of 3. | R (+) 11/5 1am

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Call the Midwife | H | #106. In the season finale, Sister Monica Joan is found wandering near the docks and soon after she is accused of theft. | R (9) 11/5 2am

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Independent Lens | H | Solar Mamas. India’s Barefoot College provides rural women living in poverty with an education that empowers them. | R (9) 11/6 4am

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Masterpiece Classic Wuthering Heights, Part 2. | D | R (+) 11/6 4:30am

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Locked Out | H | Miners in California’s Mojave Desert stand up to the multinational company that owns the mine. | R (9) 11/6 5am

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Philip and Monica Pitts are featured in the three-part film This Emotional Life, hosted by Harvard psychology professor and best-selling author Daniel Gilbert. Watch it on KQED Plus.

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Live from the Artists Den | H | Mayer Hawthorne. | R (+) 11/7 5am

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Above Yellowstone An aerial tour of the park showcases the Lamar Valley and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. | R (9) 11/7 5:35am

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Lost Treasures of the Ancient World Empires in the Americas. This fascinating program highlights the amazing parallels between the two great American societies of the Aztecs and the Incas. | R (9) 11/7 4:45am

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QUEST | q | The Physics of Biking/Whale Shark. Explore the physics of bike riding, disappearing frogs, and elusive whale sharks. | R (9) 11/8 1:30am; (+) 11/11 3:30pm

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Are You Being Served? #151 Closed Circuit. | R (+) 11/8 2:30am

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NOVA | H | Mystery of Easter Island. New theories explore how and why the ancient islanders built and moved nearly 900 giant statues. | R (9) 11/8 3am

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Keeping Up Appearances #123 Boat Trip. | R (+) 11/8 3am

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Last of the Summer Wine #2605 Who’s That with Barry and Glenda? | R (+) 11/8 3:30am

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NOVA scienceNOW | H | What Are Animals Thinking? David Pogue meets and competes with a menagerie of smart critters to highlight how animals think. | D| R (9) 11/8 4am

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Broadway: The American Musical Syncopated City (1919–1933).

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The Thin Blue Line #114 The Green-Eyed Monster. | R (+) 11/8 4am

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Pip (doe) often visits Kate, her surrogate Great Dane mother. Nature investigates stories of the most unlikely cross-species relationships.

Mr. Bean #107 Merry Christmas Mr. Bean. | R (+) 11/8 4:30am

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Andy Williams: Moon River and Me | s | features great musical performances from the classic television series. | R (9) 11/9 3:30am, 11/10 4pm, 11/15 1pm; (+) 11/10 7pm, 11/11 1am

10pm KQED + Road to Perfect Health with Brenda Watson | s | shows us how all health ailments can be linked to an imbalance in the digestive system. | R (+) 11/9 4am 11pm KQED 9

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After 19 years, tonight is Belva Davis’ final night in the anchor chair for This Week in Northern California.

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #609 Pork Store Cafe, Pizzaiolo, Zarzuela. | R (9) 11/10 2:30am

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Broadway: The American Musical I Got Plenty O’ Nuttin’ (1930–1942). The Great Depression proves to be a dynamic period of creative growth on Broadway. | R (9) 11/10 3am, 11/11 noon

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Broadway: The American Musical Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’ (1943–1960). The new partnership of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein changes the face of Broadway forever. | R (9) 11/10 4am, 11/11 1pm

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Adventures of Sherlock Holmes #105 The Case of the Baker Street Bachelors. | R (+) 11/10 4:30am

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Join filmmaker Austin Forbord on a fantastic tour of the Bay Area’s intriguing, influential and often outrageous theatrical innovations. From the founding of the Actor’s Workshop in 1952 through present day, experimentation and political consciousness have become hallmarks of San Francisco’s theater community. Peter Coyote, Robin Williams and dozens of other theater luminaries share their recollections of this hotbed of inspiration, and rare archival footage takes you back in time to the performances that redefined theater and art. Attend a theatrical political protest, a bacchanalian festival, a humorous satire, a surrealist manifesto, a gay fantasia or a combination of all of the above in this insightful look into the Bay Area’s theatrical legacy.

Moyers & Company | H | | R (9) 11/11 5pm; (+) 11/10 5am, 11/12 mid, 11/13 7pm, 11/14 1am

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Truly CA “Stage Left: A Story of Theater in San Francisco” Sunday, November 11, at 10 pm on KQED 9

(l. to r.) Khamara Pettus at Brava Theater Center, acclaimed faux-drag performer Fauxnique and Clown Cabaret at Boxcar Theatre.

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Charlie Rose | H | | R (9) 11/12 noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am

KQED 9

Easy Yoga for Arthritis with Peggy Cappy | s | offers a fabulous anti-stress yoga sequence, presented in a gentle style that everybody can do. | R (9) 7pm, 11/11 1am; (+) 1pm

6am

KQED+

Zoboomafoo | D

6:30

KQED+

Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED 9

3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman, M.D. | s | offers a healthy, effective and scientifically proven plan for shedding weight quickly and reclaiming the vitality and good health we all deserve.

KQED+

9am

Suze Orman’s Money Class | s | reveals Suze’s expert take on actions people need to take in light of the new economy.

KQED 9

Earth Songs | s | features stunning footage of Mother Earth at her finest.

KQED +

Peter, Paul and Mary — 25th Anniversary Concert | s | In 1986, the legendary Peter, Paul and Mary marked their 25th anniversary with the taping of their very first PBS TV special. Relive the magical concert tonight. | R (+) 5pm, 11/15 9pm, 11/16 3am

10am KQED 9

Simply Ming | H | On the Road with Michael Schlow at Tico.

10:30 KQED 9

Essential Pépin | q | Egg-Ceptional. | D

11am KQED 9

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Thanksgiving Turkey. | R (9) 11/20 1pm

KQED +

11:30 KQED 9

Ed Sullivan Comedy Special | s | This archival special brings back the stars that defined the history of comedy — in their prime — doing their original acts. | R (+) 8:30pm, 11/11 2:30am, 11/15 7pm, 11/16 1am

3:30

KQED+

1pm

16

KQED 9

KQED +

Dr. Wayne Dyer — Wishes Fulfilled | s | presents five steps to living from your “highest self." | R (+) 11/25 2:30pm, 11/28 9pm, 11/29 3am Easy Yoga for Arthritis with Peggy Cappy | s | offers a fabulous anti-stress yoga sequence. | R (9) 7pm, 11/11 1am

Early mid

KQED 9

Roadtrip Nation | q | St. Louis–Bay Area. | R (9) 11/17 2:30pm

KQED +

Austin City Limits The Civil Wars/Punch Brothers. | R (9) 11/12 mid

12:30 KQED 9

On Story | H | Based on a True Story. Ron Howard, Scott Silver and others talk about making true-life stories compelling on the screen.

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am

KQED 9

Andy Williams: Moon River and Me | s | R (9) 11/15 1pm; (+) 7pm, 11/11 1am

KQED +

KQED 9

Raggs | q |

5pm

Peter, Paul and Mary — 25th Anniversary Concert | s | R (+) 11/15 9pm, 11/16 3am

KQED +

Zoboomafoo | D

6:30

KQED 9

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D

Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s |

KQED +

Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED 9

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood |D

KQED +

Bob the Builder | D

7:30

KQED 9

Caillou

KQED +

Curious George | D

8am

KQED 9

Curious George | D

KQED +

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D

8:30

KQED 9

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D

KQED +

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood |D

9am

KQED 9

Super Why! | D

KQED +

Caillou

9:30

KQED 9

Dinosaur Train | D

KQED +

Zoboomafoo | D

5:30

KQED 9

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

Easy Yoga for Arthritis with Peggy Cappy | s | R (9) 11/11 1am

KQED + A ndy Williams: Moon River and Me | s | features great musical performances from the classic television series and personal remembrances from the host. | R (9) 11/15 1pm; (+) 11/11 1am

Don’t miss biographies of great Hollywood leading ladies. Tonight beginning at 8pm on KQED 9. 8pm

KQED 9

Grace Kelly: The American Princess presents an intimate perspective on the life of the actress-turned-princess. | R (9) 11/11 2am

8:30

KQED +

Ed Sullivan Comedy Special | s | R (+) 11/11 2:30am, 11/15 7pm, 11/16 1am

9pm

KQED 9

Mae West and the Men Who Knew Her Included in this retrospective are clips from her films as well as period archival footage, rare home movies and vintage stills. | R (9) 11/11 3am

10pm KQED 9

10am KQED 9

KQED +

10:30 KQED 9

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Clifford the Big Red Dog | D Wild Kratts Clifford’s Puppy Days | D SciGirls | H | Nature Animal Odd Couples. | D | R (9) 7pm, 11/12 1am, 11/25 7:30pm, 11/26 1:30am, 11/28 9pm, 11/29 3am; (+) 11/24 4pm

KQED +

Burt Wolf: What We Eat The Seed of Life: The Story of Corn.

11:30 KQED +

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Seafood in a Skillet.

Ingrid Bergman This biography presents a remarkably talented, but down-to-earth woman who became an icon of romantic love. Narrated by John Gielgud. | R (9) 11/11 4am

10:30 KQED +

KQED +

Ageless Skin: Secrets from Dr. Denese | s | R (+) 11/11 4:30am, 11/25 1pm

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Italian Favorites Revisited.

12:30 KQED +

11pm KQED 9

Jim Thorpe: World’s Greatest Athlete chronicles the sports star’s life, Olympic gold-medal wins and support of American Indian rights. | D | R (9) 11/11 5am

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence | q | Never Too Young.

Afternoon

ADD and Mastering It! | s | This entertaining and empowering film makes it clear that there is much that can be done to not just manage this disorder, but turn it to your advantage.

Sunday 11

4pm

Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | | R (9) 5:30pm

1-4pm

Ageless Skin: Secrets from Dr. Denese | s | The founder of the Manhattan Anti-Aging Clinic shares her comprehensive eight-week plan for repairing and rejuvenating aging skin. | R (+) 10:30pm, 11/11 4:30am, 11/25 1pm

Afternoon noon KQED 9

Broadway: The American Musical I Got Plenty o’ Nuttin’ (1930–1942).

1:30

KQED 9

KQED +

KQED +

Broadway: The American Musical Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’ (1943–1960). Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #402 Shanghai Dumpling King, Caesar’s Italian Restaurant, Farmerbrown.

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED +

Chihuly Outside | H | Take a magical glimpse into the conception and installation of Dale Chihuly’s artistic outside work. | R (+) 11/12 1am & 11pm, 11/13 5am

Monday 12 Early mid

KQED 9

Austin City Limits The Civil Wars/Punch Brothers.

KQED +

Moyers & Company | R (+) 11/13 7pm, 11/14 1am

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening

You’ll find a schedule of American Indian Heritage Month programming on KQED Television and Radio at kqed.org/heritage. 2pm

2:30

KQED +

KQED +

Mystery of Chaco Canyon This site in northwest New Mexico is perhaps the only place in the world constructed in a pattern that mirrors the elaborate yearly cycle of the sun and 19-year cycle of the moon. | R (9) 11/14 11pm, 11/15 5am Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | Chockfull of Surprises. | D

7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/13 1am

8pm

KQED 9

National Salute to Veterans 2012 | H | Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise host a tribute to the courageous service of our 22 million U.S. veterans. | R (9) 11/12 2am

KQED +

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Revolutionaries The Startup Game. Author and venture capital pioneer Bill Draper is in conversation with KQED’s Dave Iverson. | R (+) 11/13 1am, 11/17 3pm

Nature American Eagle. The drama of the bald eagle’s nest is captured by Emmy-winning cinematographer Neil Rettig. | R (+) 11/12 2am

7:30

KQED 9

9pm

KQED 9

Masterpiece Classic | H | Upstairs Downstairs, Series 2 — Somewhere over the Rainbow. Mr. Pritchard makes a decision that throws 165 into chaos until an old friend lends a helping hand. | R (9) 11/12 3am

ImageMakers | q | School Days. What happens in high school stays with you the rest of your life. Films include First Match and Public. | R (9) 11/13 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow | H | Cats and Dogs. | R (9) 11/13 2am, 11/17 3pm, 11/22 9pm, 11/23 3am

Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions | H | Springfield, IL

3pm

KQED 9

Inside Washington | H |

KQED +

Rick Steves’ Europe Lisbon and the Algarve.

3:30

KQED 9

The McLaughlin Group | H |

KQED +

QUEST | q | The Physics of Biking/Whale Shark. Explore the physics of bike riding, disappearing frogs, and elusive whale sharks.

KQED 9

This Week in Northern California | q |

KQED +

Agatha Christie’s Poirot #503 Yellow Iris.

4:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #221 La Folie, Aldo’s Ristorante & Bar, Golden Lotus.

5pm

KQED 9

Moyers & Company | H | | R (+) 11/12 mid, 11/13 7pm, 11/14 1am

KQED +

Sherlock Holmes #205 The Man with the Twisted Lip.

6pm

KQED 9

Standing Bear’s Footsteps | H | tells the story of an Indian chief who sued the U.S. government for his freedom in the late 19th century.

KQED +

Tech Laureates: Benefiting Humanity | q |

6:30

KQED +

Smitten Rene di Rosa was smitten by art. Enter the world of this unique and endearing man as he finds pure joy in discovering new artists and whose passion and expertise became a driving force behind the California art scene.

10pm KQED 9

11pm KQED 9

KQED +

11:30 KQED 9

This Emotional Life Facing Our Fears focuses on emotions that are regarded as obstacles to happiness — anger, fear, anxiety and despair. | D | R (+) 11/12 3am Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories | H | q | Stage Left: A Story of Theater in San Francisco is an entertaining film exploring the underground roots of San Francisco’s vibrant theater scene. | R (9) 11/12 4am ImageMakers | q | Mind Benders. Films include Colour Bleed, West of the Moon and The Eggbreakers. | R (9) 11/12 5am

Poirot and Morse move to Monday night on KQED Plus, starting at 8.

KQED +

Agatha Christie’s Poirot #504 The Case of the Missing Will. | R (+) 11/13 2am, 11/18 4pm

9pm

KQED 9

Market Warriors | H | Antiquing in New York, NY. | R (9) 11/13 3am

KQED +

Inspector Morse #301 Greeks Bearing Gifts, Part 1. | R (+) 11/13 3am

10pm KQED 9

Independent Lens | H | Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream. Billionaires in a Park Avenue building live four miles away from the highest poverty rate in the United States. | R (9) 11/13 4am

KQED +

Inspector Morse #302 Greeks Bearing Gifts, Part 2. | R (+) 11/13 4am

11pm KQED 9

POV | H | Sun Kissed. A Navajo couple discovers their children have a disorder that makes exposure to sunlight fatal. | R (9) 11/13 5am

Life on Mars #207. | R (+) 11/12 5am Games of the North follows modern Inuit athletes as they compete in ancestral Inuit sports in the unforgiving Arctic. | R (9) 11/12 5:30am

KQED +

Chihuly Outside | R (+) 11/13 5am

KQED.org

KQED +

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

4pm

KQED Public Television

KQED 9

Happy Veterans Day!

KQED Public Radio

Mexico — One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless From Lobster to Chocolate Clams: A Delicious Feast in Magdalena Bay.

Nature Animal Odd Couples. | D | R (9) 11/12 1am, 11/25 7:30pm, 11/26 1:30am, 11/28 9pm, 11/29 3am; (+) 11/24 4pm

On Q November 2012

1pm

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9:30

KQED +

E arly mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

10pm KQED 9

Frontline | H | TBA. | R (9) 11/14 4am

10:30 KQED +

American Masters Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune. Explore the iconic 1960s folkprotest music hero’s troubled life through his songs and interviews with Joan Baez, Sean Penn, Pete Seeger, Tom Hayden and others. | R (+) 11/14 4:30am

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/14 1am

KQED +

Moyers & Company | R (+) 11/14 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Spark | q | Catherine Wagner, Kerry Laitala, Ben Wood. This episode features artists who use the camera to reveal hidden realities. | R (9) 11/14 1:30am & 2pm, 11/16 11:30pm, 11/17 5:30am

11:30 KQED 9

mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

Amazing Underground Secrets | H | Natural Wonders. Intrepid underground explorers make amazing discoveries and share sights of remarkable beauty. | R (9) 11/14 2am

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

8pm

KQED 9

In honor of the centennial of Woody Guthrie’s birth, tonight KQED Plus presents three programs honoring legendary American folk musicians.

9pm

18

Tribute to Woody Guthrie Starring Country Joe McDonald | H | R (+) 11/14 3:30am, 11/15 11pm, 11/16 5am

KQED +

KQED 9

American Masters Woody Guthrie: Ain’t Got No Home. Hear the story of Woody Guthrie’s creative energy, personal imperfections and family tragedy. | R (+) 11/14 2am Guardian of the Gates: The Surfboats | H | An inside look at the Coast Guard search-and-rescue station at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. | R (9) 11/14 3am, 11/15 11pm, 11/16 5am, 11/18 6pm

8pm

KQED 9

Nature | H | An Original DUCKumentary. A look at the fascinating bird sheds light on how ducks migrate together, nurture chicks and more. | D | R (9) 11/15 2am, 11/18 11am

KQED +

As Time Goes By #104. | R (+) 11/15 2am

8:30

KQED +

Are You Being Served? #152 The Erotic Dreams of Mrs. Slocombe. | R (+) 11/15 2:30am

9pm

KQED 9

NOVA | H | Ultimate Mars Challenge details the Curiosity rover’s landing on Mars and its on-the-ground experiments and discoveries. | R (9) 11/15 3am

KQED +

Keeping Up Appearances #124 Golf Course. | R (+) 11/15 3am

9:30

KQED +

Last of the Summer Wine #2606 An Apple a Day. The picturesque Pennine village of Holmfirth in the Yorkshire Dales is the setting for this vintage British comedy. | R (+) 11/15 3:30am

10pm KQED 9

NOVA scienceNOW | H | What Will the Future Be Like? Host David Pogue investigates which gadgets and technologies are likely to transform your daily life. | D | R (9) 11/15 4am

ImageMakers | q | Psycho Killer. | R (9) 11/14 5:30am

Wednesday 14 E arly

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/15 1am

KQED +

This is Us | q | #306. | R (+) 11/15 1am, 11/17 2:30pm

7:30

KQED 9

QUEST | q | Perilous Diesel/ The Reverse Evolution Machine. Review California’s new efforts to reduce pollution; discover how scientists are flipping evolution on its head; San Francisco maps its urban forest online. | R (9) 11/15 1:30am; (+) 11/18 3:30pm

KQED +

Rick Steves’ Europe Florence: Heart of the Renaissance. | R (+) 11/15 1:30am

KQED +

The Thin Blue Line #101 The Queen’s Birthday Present. | R (+) 11/15 4am

10:30 KQED +

Mr. Bean #108 Mr. Bean in Room 426. | R (+) 11/15 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

Mystery of Chaco Canyon | R (9) 11/15 5am

KQED +

Infinity Hall Live | H | Dawes. | R (+) 11/15 5am

Photo: Last of the Summer Wine, BBC.

Pictured (l. to r.): Peter Sallis as Clegg, Bill Owen as Compo and Michael Bates as Blamire.

9:30

KQED +

E arly mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

1-6am

6am-7pm

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

10pm KQED 9

See page 25 for program schedule.

7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/16 1am

KQED +

Ed Sullivan Comedy Special | s | R (+) 11/16 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #702 Bay Wolf, Green Chile Kitchen, Back A Yard Caribbean-American Grill. | R (9) 11/16 1:30am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + Peter, Paul and Mary — 25th Anniversary Concert | s | R (+) 11/16 3am

11pm KQED 9

Johnny Carson: American Masters | s | explores the life, the career and the complexities of the biggest star television has ever produced. | R (9) 11/16 2am

Guardian of the Gates: The Surfboats | R (9) 11/16 5am, 11/18 6pm

KQED + Tribute to Woody Guthrie Starring Country Joe McDonald. | R (+) 11/16 5am

Friday 16 E arly

11pm KQED 9

KQED +

11:30 KQED 9

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes #106. | R (+) 11/17 4:30am Need to Know | H | R (9) 11/17 5am Moyers & Company | H | | R (9) 11/18 5pm; (+) 11/17 5am & 4pm, 11/19 mid, 11/20 7pm, 11/21 1am Spark | q | Catherine Wagner, Kerry Laitala, Ben Wood. | R (9) 11/17 5:30am

Saturday 17 E arly

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Easier Italian Favorites.

KQED +

This Old House | H | Cambridge Project, Part 3 of 15.

11:30 KQED 9

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen | H | Super-Easy Comfort Food.

KQED +

Ask This Old House Building a Custom Fireplace Mantel/ Repairing a Leaking Kitchen Faucet.

Afternoon noon KQED 9

KQED +

12:30 KQED 9

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence | q | Spain on My Mind. MotorWeek | H | R (9) 4pm Lidia’s Italy in America | H | #203.

KQED +

The McLaughlin Group | H | R (9) 11/18 3:30pm

1pm

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #303 Capannina, Angeline’s Louisiana Kitchen, Playground.

KQED +

This Week in Northern California | q | R (9) 11/18 4pm

mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | | R (9) 11/19 noon

1:30

KQED 9

KQED +

Martha Stewart’s Cooking School | H | Stocks.

PBS NewsHour

KQED +

Healing Quest #1007. Topics include the youth building for boomers and gratefulness and evolution. | D

2pm

KQED 9

Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef Chicken 'Round the World. | D

KQED +

Roadtrip Nation | q | Boston– New York City. The team visits the robotics department at MIT Media Lab's and the USA Shaolin Temple.

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am

KQED 9

Raggs | q |

KQED +

Zoboomafoo | D

6:30

KQED 9

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

KQED +

Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED 9

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood |D

KQED +

2:30

KQED 9

See page 25 for program schedule.

Wild Animal Baby Explorers |D

Roadtrip Nation | q | St. Louis–Bay Area.

7:30

KQED 9

Caillou

KQED +

Curious George

KQED +

This is Us | q | #306.

3pm

KQED 9

8am

KQED 9

Travelscope | q | Crossing the Swiss Alps. | D

Antiques Roadshow Cats and Dogs. | R (9) 11/22 9pm, 11/23 3am

KQED +

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D

KQED +

Revolutionaries | q | The Startup Game.

8:30

KQED 9

The Mind of a Chef | H | Squeal Like a Pig.

1-6am

6am-7pm E vening 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/17 1am

KQED +

Doc Martin #305 City Slickers. | R (+) 11/17 1am

7:30

KQED 9

This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 11/17 1:30am, 11/18 4pm; (+) 11/17 1pm

KQED 9

Washington Week | H | R (9) 11/17 2am

KQED +

Inspector George Gently | H | #106 Gently in the Blood. | R (+) 11/17 2am

8:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #610 La Mexicana, Kabuto Sushi, Pazzia. | R (9) 11/17 2:30am & 9am

9pm

KQED 9

Broadway: The American Musical Tradition (1957–1979) highlights West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof, Hair, Chicago and A Chorus Line. | R (9) 11/17 3am, 11/18 noon

KQED 9

MotorWeek | H |

KQED +

Moyers & Company | R (9) 11/18 5pm; (+) 11/19 mid, 11/20 7pm, 11/21 1am

KQED +

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

9am

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #610 La Mexicana, Kabuto Sushi, Pazzia.

4:30

KQED 9

Hometime | H | Mailbox and Flower Box.

KQED +

Caillou

5pm

KQED 9

9:30

KQED 9

Pati’s Mexican Table | H | Lip-Smacking Mexican Meal. | D

This Old House | H | Cambridge Project, Part 4 of 15.

KQED +

KQED +

Zoboomafoo | D

Rick Steves’ Europe Copenhagen.

Simply Ming | H | Making Sausage with Guest Chris Cosentino.

5:30

KQED 9

Ask This Old House | H | #1107. | R (+) 11/22 7:30pm, 11/23 1:30am

Wild Kratts

KQED +

California’s Gold Aztec Wigwam tours the Aztec Hotel and the Wigwam Motel, two popular attractions along Route 66.

10am KQED 9

KQED +

10:30 KQED 9

KQED +

Essential Pépin | q | Game Day. | D Arthur | D

KQED.org

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4pm

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

mid

KQED Public Television

8pm

10:30 KQED +

Broadway: The American Musical Putting It Together (1980– Present) highlights Cats, Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King and The Producers. | R (9) 11/17 4am, 11/18 1pm

11am KQED 9

KQED Public Radio

E vening

Sherlock Holmes #206 The Priory School. The 9-yearold son of the wealthy Duke of Holdernesse has been abducted from the exclusive school. | R (+) 11/17 3:30am

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Thursday 15

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6pm

KQED 9

KQED +

Market Warriors Antiquing in Canton, TX, Part 2.

E arly

7pm

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #223 Baladie Gourmet Cafe, Sumi, Marche Aux Fleurs. | R (9) 11/18 1am & 4:30pm

KQED +

The Lawrence Welk Show Thanksgiving. | R (+) 11/18 1am

7:30

KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | A Higher Power. | R (9) 11/18 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Charade (1963) Romance and suspense abound in Paris, as a woman (Audrey Hepburn) is pursued by several men who want a fortune her murdered husband had stolen. Who can she trust? | R (9) 11/18 2am

KQED +

Antiques Roadshow Naughty or Nice. | R (+) 11/18 2am

9pm

KQED +

Priceless Antiques Roadshow #121. | R (+) 11/18 3am

KQED +

Priceless Antiques Roadshow #122. | R (+) 11/18 3:30am

9:55

KQED 9

10pm KQED +

Aurdrey Hepburn Remembered Hear from the actress herself about her career and the family and friendships that were her priority. | R (9) 11/18 3:55am Antiques Roadshow Milwaukee, Hour 2 of 3. | R (+) 11/18 4am & 6pm

KQED +

Gary Cooper: The Face of a Hero Cooper is best remembered for his strong, silent heroes. | R (9) 11/18 5am Globe Trekker | H | Papua New Guinea. | D | R (+) 11/18 5am

Sunday 18 mid

Evening

9:30

11pm KQED 9

Racing the Rez | H | In the rugged canyon lands of Northern Arizona, Navajo and Hopi cross-country runners from two rival high schools vie for the state championship while striving to find their place among their native people and the larger American culture.

KQED 9

KQED +

12:30 KQED 9

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Super Why! | D

KQED +

Caillou

9:30

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Dinosaur Train | D

KQED +

Zoboomafoo | D

10am KQED 9

KQED +

10:30 KQED 9

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11am KQED 9 Roadtrip Nation | q | Los Angeles. The roadtrip ends with an interview with Laura Danly, curator at the Griffith Observatory. Austin City Limits Mumford and Sons/Flogging Molly. | R (9) 11/19 mid On Story | H | Creators. Bones creator Hart Hanson and Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas discuss creating a successful television series.

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am

KQED 9

Raggs | q |

KQED +

Zoboomafoo | D

6:30

KQED 9

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D

KQED +

Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED 9

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood |D

KQED +

Bob the Builder | D

7:30

KQED 9

Caillou

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Curious George | D

8am

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Curious George

KQED +

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D

8:30

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The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood |D

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Clifford the Big Red Dog | D Wild Kratts Clifford’s Puppy Days | D SciGirls | H | Nature An Original DUCKumentary. | D Burt Wolf: What We Eat Milk’s Leap Toward Immortality: The Story of Cheese. America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Coffee Break Sweets.

Afternoon noon KQED 9

Broadway: The American Musical Tradition (1957–1979).

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Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Simple Summer Supper.

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Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence | q | Guilty Pleasures.

1pm

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Broadway: The American Musical Putting It Together (1980–Present).

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #403 Coco 500, Crogan’s Montclair, Red Jade.

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Mexico — One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Cooking In Wine Country.

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Grab | H | An official selection at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, this program is an intimate portrait of the littledocumented Grab Day in the villages of New Mexico’s Laguna Pueblo tribe.

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Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | Layered Elegance. | D

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The worst dust storm of all hit on Palm Sunday, April 14, 1935 — a day remembered as Black Sunday. Here the storm sweeps over a farmstead on its way toward Boise City.

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Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions | H | Luzern, Switzerland.

3pm

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Inside Washington | H |

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Rick Steves’ Europe Sevilla.

3:30

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The McLaughlin Group | H |

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QUEST | q | Perilous Diesel/ The Reverse Evolution Machine.

4pm

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This Week in Northern California | q |

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Agatha Christie’s Poirot #504 The Case of the Missing Will.

4:30

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #223 Baladie Gourmet Cafe, Sumi, Marche Aux Fleurs.

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Moyers & Company | H | | R (+) 11/19 mid, 11/20 7pm, 11/21 1am

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Craft in America | H | Crossroads. America is a place of exciting intersections between modern technology and the handmade.

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Guardian of the Gates: The Surfboats Antiques Roadshow Milwaukee, Hour 2 of 3.

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Independent Lens Reel Injun explores the portrayal of American natives through a century of cinema. | D | R (9) 11/19 1am, 11/21 11pm, 11/22 5am Downton Abbey — Behind the Drama Go behind the scenes of the drama, relive pivotal moments and get insights into the characters. | R (+) 11/19 1am, 11/22 8pm, 11/23 2am

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The Dust Bowl | H | #101. | D | R (9) 10pm, 11/19 2am & 4am

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Nature The Loneliest Animals. Scientists attempt to breed endangered species, including Yangtze turtles and Sumatran rhinos. | R (+) 11/19 2am

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This Emotional Life Rethinking Happiness. Discover new research that says people often incorrectly predict what will bring greater happiness. | D | R (+) 11/19 3am

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The Dust Bowl #101. | D | R (9) 11/19 2am & 4am

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Life on Mars #208. | R (+) 11/19 5am

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Austin City Limits Mumford and Sons/Flogging Molly.

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Moyers & Company | R (+) 11/20 7pm, 11/21 1am

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/20 1am

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Revolutionaries | q | Challenge and Promise of Artificial Intelligence features Google’s research director, Peter Norvig, and Microsoft Research’s Distinguished Engineer, Eric Horvitz. | R (+) 11/20 1am

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ImageMakers | q | My First Crush. | R (9) 11/20 1:30am

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The Dust Bowl | H | #102. | D | R (9) 10pm, 11/20 2am & 4am

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Agatha Christie’s Poirot #505 The Adventures of the Italian Nobleman. | R (+) 11/20 2am

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Inspector Morse | H | #509 Twilight of the Gods, Part 1. | R (+) 11/20 3am

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The Dust Bowl #102. | D | R (9) 11/20 2am & 4am Inspector Morse | H | #510 Twilight of the Gods, Part 2. | R (+) 11/20 4am Louis Prima: In Person! showcases full length performances by Prima — on trumpet and vocals — from his storied career. | R (+) 11/20 5am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/21 1am

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Moyers & Company | R (+) 11/21 1am

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Spark | q | Julia Parker, Carlos Baron, Josephine Taylor. | R (9) 11/21 1:30am & 2pm, 11/23 11:30pm, 11/24 5:30am

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David Geffen: American Masters | H | profiles the record industry mogul, Hollywood producer and billionaire philanthropist. | R (9) 11/21 2am, 11/22 10pm, 11/23 4am

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Ken Burns surveys the causes of the worst man-made ecological disaster in U.S. history: the catastrophic dust storms of the 1930s. Watch tonight and tomorrow at 8pm or 10pm on KQED 9.

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NOVA What Darwin Never Knew. This two-hour special questions what really drives evolution, what turns one species into another and how humans evolve. | D | R (+) 11/21 2am Frontline | H | TBA. | R (9) 11/21 4am NOVA Lizard Kings. The largest lizards to walk the planet — monitor lizards — are tracked through Australia’s heartland. | D | R (+) 11/21 4am Rockin’ the Wall | H | The history of the Berlin Wall is presented through the experiences of well-known rock musicians. | R (9) 11/21 5am NOVA Space Shuttle Disaster. Interviews with investigators and family members give us a new look at NASA and the Columbia tragedy. | D | R (+) 11/21 5am

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Last of the Summer Wine #2607 Barry Becomes a Psychopathic Killer. | R (+) 11/22 3:30am

10pm KQED 9 NOVA scienceNOW Can I Eat That? Scientists put food under the microscope to uncover what’s behind mouth-watering flavors. | D | R (9) 11/22 4am KQED +

The Thin Blue Line #102 Fire and Terror. | R (+) 11/22 4am

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Mr. Bean #109 Mind the Baby Mr. Bean. | R (+) 11/22 4:30am

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Independent Lens Reel Injun. | D | R (9) 11/22 5am

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Infinity Hall Live | H | The Best of Infinity Hall Live. | R (+) 11/22 5am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon PBS NewsHour Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. See page 25 for program schedule.

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/22 1am

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This is Us | q | People in Service profiles Tibetan monk Thupten Donyo and Freedom Rider Carol Ruth Silver. | R (+) 11/22 1am

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QUEST | q | Tagging Tuna/ Darfur Cooking Stoves. Scientists work protect tuna; a simple stove design from Bay Area researchers is improving life in the refugee camps of Darfur. | R (9) 11/22 1:30am

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Rick Steves’ Europe Florence: Delights and Tuscan Side Trips. | R (+) 11/22 1:30am

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Nature My Life As a Turkey. Deep in the wilds of Florida, writer and naturalist Joe Hutto raised wild turkeys from chicks. | D| R (9) 11/22 2am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/24 1am

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Doc Martin #306 The Admirer. | R (+) 11/24 1am

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Prison Break | q | This KQED and the Center for Investigative Reporting collaboration takes an in-depth look into the unprecidented efforts to overhaul California’s prison system. | R (9) 11/24 1:30am

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Washington Week | H | | R (9) 11/24 2am

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Inspector George Gently | H | #107 Gently Through the Mill. | R (+) 11/24 2am

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #611 Cafe Aquarius, Tanguito, Vega. | R (9) 11/24 2:30am

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Dark Passage (1947) Humphrey Bogart is an escaped convict who undergoes plastic surgery and hides out in Lauren Bacall’s apartment until his face heals. | R (9) 11/24 3am

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Sherlock Holmes #207 The Six Napoleons. | R (+) 11/24 3:30am

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The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Christmas! | q | | D | R (9) 11/23 1am & 8am; (+) 11/23 5:30pm

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Ask This Old House #1106. | R (+) 11/23 1am

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Ask This Old House | H | #1107. | R (+) 11/23 1:30am

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Nature Why We Love Cats and Dogs | R (9) 11/23 2am

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Keeping Up Appearances #125 The Commodore. | R (+) 11/22 3am

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Downton Abbey — Behind the Drama | R (+) 11/23 2am

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes #107. | R (+) 11/24 4:30am

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Antiques Roadshow Cats and Dogs. | R (9) 11/23 3am

Need to Know | H | | R (9) 11/24 5am

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New Tricks #303 Old Dogs. | R (+) 11/23 3am

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David Geffen: American Masters | R (9) 11/23 4am

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New Tricks #305 Wicca Work. | R (+) 11/23 4am

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Rick Steves’ Iran explores the country’s rich artistic and cultural heritage, bustling cities and countryside villages. | D | R (+) 11/23 5am

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Moyers & Company | H | | R (+) 11/24 5am, 11/26 mid Spark | q | Julia Parker, Carlos Baron, Josephine Taylor. | R (9) 11/24 5:30am

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KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | | R (9) 11/26 noon

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PBS NewsHour

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Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. Blood Sugar Solution With Dr. Mark Hyman | s | Dr. Hyman explains what “diabesity” is and outlines the underlying causes that drive the problem.

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As Time Goes By #105. | R (+) 11/22 2am

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Are You Being Served? #153 The Sweet Smell of Success. | R (+) 11/22 2:30am

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NOVA | H | Ancient Computer. A machine found in a 2,000-year-old Greek shipwreck is revealed to be the world’s first computer. | R (9) 11/22 3am

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Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

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T’ai Chi, Health and Happiness with DavidDorian Ross | H | s | Introduces the practical benefits of the Chinese martial art.

10am KQED 9

Simply Ming | H | Rice Pilaf with Guest Ellie Krieger.

10:30 KQED 9

Essential Pépin | q | Souper Soups for Supper. | D

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America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Steak Frites.

11:30 KQED 9

Happy Holidays: The Best of the Andy Williams Christmas Shows | s | features clips from holiday episodes and interviews with beloved host. | R (+) 11/24 7pm, 11/25 1am, 11/27 7pm, 11/28 1am

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Irish Rovers Christmas | H | | s | captures the spirit and magic of Christmas in a concert at the Capital Theatre in Ontario, Canada, and at Banff National Park. | R (+) 5:30pm Christmas with Nathan Pacheco | H | s | The worldrenowned singer captures the spirit of the season with inspirational, moving performances of holiday favorites. Fiddler’s Holiday with Jay Ungar and Molly Mason’s Family Band | H | s | The folk musicians celebrate the holidays with traditional and original tunes with winter themes.

Irish Rovers Christmas | H | | s | captures the spirit and magic of Christmas.

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Doo Wop Discoveries (My Music) | H | s | features rare performances by the Del Vikings, the Clovers, Jerry Butler, the Drifters and others. | R (9) 11/25 1am, 11/26 7:30pm, 11/27 1:30am; (+) 11/25 9pm, 11/26 3am, 11/28 7pm, 11/29 1am

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Happy Holidays: The Best of the Andy Williams Christmas Shows | s | features clips from holiday episodes and interviews with beloved host. | R (+) 11/25 1am, 11/27 7pm, 11/28 1am

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he Tenors: Lead with Your KQED + T Heart | H | s | features all-new music from their album Lead with Your Heart. | R (9) 11/25 5:30pm; (+) 11/25 2:30am, 11/26 9pm, 11/27 3am KQED 9

Motown: Big Hits and More (My Music) | H | showcases music from the Temptations, the Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, the Supremes and many others. | R (9) 11/25 3am, 11/29 7:30pm, 11/30 1:30am; (+) 11/26 1am, 11/27 8:30pm, 11/28 2:30am

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Super Brain with Dr. Rudy Tanzi | H | s | Cutting-edge neuroscience is used to show how we all can maximize our brain’s potential. | R (+) 11/25 4am

11pm KQED 9

Human Nature Sings Motown with Special Guest Smokey Robinson Australia’s best-selling vocal group performs the greatest of the hits that marked the Motown Sound. | R (9) 11/25 5am

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ImageMakers | q | Love Is Complicated. | R (+) 11/25 5:30am

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Roadtrip Nation | H | q | In-Studio Interviews: David Bader and Milena Acosta.

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Austin City Limits Jimmy Cliff. | R (9) 11/26 mid

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On Story | H | The Heart of a Film features Pixar director John Lasseter and screenwriter Caroline Thompson.

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KQED + Il Volo Takes Flight | s | The Italian teen vocal group performs opera and pop classics. | R (+) 11/29 8:30pm, 11/30 2:30am

Ageless Skin: Secrets from Dr. Denese | s |

The Tenors: Lead with Your Heart | H | s | features all-new music from their album Lead with Your Heart. | R (+) 11/26 9pm, 11/27 3am

Evening 7pm

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KQED + Motown: Big Hits and More (My Music) | s | R (9) 11/29 7:30pm, 11/30 1:30am; (+) 11/26 1am, 11/27 8:30pm, 11/28 2:30am

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Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 11/26 1am

Nature | s | Animal Odd Couples. | D | R (9) 11/26 1:30am, 11/28 9pm, 11/29 3am KQED.org

Brain Fitness 2: Sight and Sound | s | looks at the two important senses of vision and hearing, how they change throughout life, and what we can do to keep them healthy and fully functional.

Il Volo Takes Flight | s | The Italian teen vocal group performs opera, pop and classics. | R (+) 11/25 5:30pm, 11/29 8:30pm, 11/30 2:30am

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The Heart of Perfect Health with Brenda Watson | H | | s | shares compelling evidence of the connection between digestive health and heart health. | R (+) 11/26 7pm, 11/27 1am

Nature | H | s | Animal Odd Couples examines unlikely cross-species relationships, such as a chimp bottle-feeding a tiger cub. | D | R (9) 11/25 7:30pm, 11/26 1:30am, 11/28 9pm, 11/29 3am

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Boundless Potential with Mark Walton | H | s | The former CNN anchor gives advice on what we should do with the second half of our lives. | R (+) 11/27 10:30pm, 11/29 4:30am

KQED Public Television

KQED + Drop 7 Foods, Feel Better Fast with JJ Virgin | s | describes how food intolerance can be the root cause of inability to lose weight and the direct cause of a myriad of ailments. | R (+) 11/26 10:30pm, 11/27 4:30am, 11/29 7pm, 11/30 1am

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Super Brain with Dr. Rudy Tanzi | H | s | Cutting-edge neuroscience is used to show how we all can maximize our brain’s potential. | R (+) 11/24 10pm, 11/25 4am

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KQED + The Heart of Perfect Health with Brenda Watson | s | | R (+) 11/27 1am

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Downton Abbey Revisited | H | s | combines clips, interviews and “making of” footage from the first two seasons of the series, plus offers tantalizing previews of Season 3. | R (9) 11/26 3am, 11/28 7:30pm, 11/29 1:30am

oo Wop Discoveries (My KQED + D Music) | H | features rare performances by the Del Vikings, the Clovers, Jerry Butler, the Drifters and others. | R (9) 11/26 7:30pm, 11/27 1:30am; (+) 11/26 3am, 11/28 7pm, 11/29 1am

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Doo Wop Discoveries (My Music) | s | R (9) 11/27 1:30am; (+) 11/28 7pm, 11/29 1am

Muddy Waters and the Rolling Stones Live | H | s | Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood join the blues legend on stage in Chicago in 1981. | R (9) 11/27 3:30am

10:30 KQED + Drop 7 Foods, Feel Better Fast with JJ Virgin | s | | R (+) 11/27 4:30am, 11/29 7pm, 11/30 1am

The Happiness Advantage with Shawn Achor | s | Positive psychology expert Shawn Achor demonstrates how to use the latest scientific research on happiness to find success in every aspect of our lives. | R (9) 11/26 4:30am

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Live from the Artists Den Adele. | R (+) 11/26 5am

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/27 1am

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Motown: Big Hits and More (My Music) | s | R (9) 11/29 7:30pm, 11/30 1:30am; (+) 11/28 2:30am

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Boundless Potential with Mark Walton | s | The former CNN anchor gives advice on what we should do with the second half of our lives. | R (+) 11/28 4:30am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/29 1am

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Doo Wop Discoveries (My Music) | s | R (9) (+) 11/29 1am

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Downton Abbey Revisited | s | R (9) 11/29 1:30am

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Nature | s | Animal Odd Couples. | D | R (9) 11/29 3am

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 11/28 1am

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Happy Holidays: The Best of the Andy Williams Christmas Shows | s | R (+) 11/28 1am

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 11/28 1:30am

KQED + Dr. Wayne Dyer — Wishes Fulfilled | s | R (9) 11/29 3am

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Photo: courtesy Carnival Film and Television Limited 2011 for MASTERPIECE.

Just one more month until a new season of Downton Abbey begins.

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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KQED + Drop 7 Foods, Feel Better Fast with JJ Virgin | s | | R (+) 11/30 1am

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Il Volo Takes Flight | s | | R (+) 11/30 2:30am

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 11/30 3:30am Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 11/30 4am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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Doc Martin | s | #307 The Holly Bears a Prickle.

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This Week in Northern California | H | q |

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Washington Week | H |

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Inspector George Gently | H | s | #201 Gently Evil.

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Afternoon /Early evening noon Mon–Fri Charlie Rose 1:00 Mon–Fri America’s Test Kitchen (except 11/19 Heirloom Meals’ Thankgiving; 11/22 Broadway or Bust) + 1:30 Mon Jacques Pépin (except 11/19 Heirloom Meals’ Thankgiving) + Tue–Fri Julia Child (except 11/22 Broadway or Bust) + 2:00 Mon Rick Steves + Tue Travelscope + Wed Spark (except 11/7 Smitten) + Thu QUEST (except 11/22 Broadway or Bust) + Fri Check, Please! Bay Area + 2:30 Mon–Fri Tavis Smiley (except 11/22 Broadway or Bust) + 3:00 Mon–Fri PBS NewsHour (except 11/22 Broadway or Bust) 4:00 Mon–Fri BBC World News America 4:30 Mon–Fri Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (except 11/22 Cirque du Soleil) 5:00 Mon–Fri The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! (except 11/6 PBS NewsHour Election Night 2012 until 9pm) 5:30 Mon–Fri Wild Kratts (see above) 6:00 Mon–Fri PBS NewsHour (see above)

+ Special fundraising programs air Thursday 11/1, 11/8 & 11/15 from 1pm to 2:30pm and Monday 11/26 to Friday 11/30 from 1pm to 3pm on KQED 9. For complete schedule information, visit kqed.org/dtv or call 415.354.8000.

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