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When European settlers first arrived in Australia, they saw it as a young country, but nothing could have been further from the truth. Australia is the oldest, flattest, driest continent on Earth. This month, the WGBH-produced Nova—the most popular and acclaimed science series on television—takes you on a groundbreaking journey in a new four-part series that will forever change your understanding not only of the Land Down Under, but of our planet (page 12). “Australia’s First 4 Billion Years serves as both a travel log and scientific expedition,” says WGBH’s Paula Apsell, Nova senior executive producer. The series is hosted by Richard Smith, an Australian scientist and filmmaker. “Richard spent two years crisscrossing the continent for this project. He’s high energy, extremely knowledgeable and passionate about what he sees and what he’s learning. He’s also scrupulous about scientific accuracy, which makes him a perfect fit for Nova.” But this is more than a journey across the continent: it’s a look back in time. “Of all the continents on Earth,” says Richard, “none preserves the great saga of our planet and the evolution of life quite like this one.” Stunning animation shows how the continent looked billions and millions of years ago—bringing dinosaurs and sea monsters to life—while helping us connect the dots between the distant past and the present. The story continues online on Nova’s website and on WGBH’s global news magazine The World, co-produced with PRI and the BBC World Service, which airs weekdays on 89.7 WGBH at 3pm and 8pm. Look for science journalist Ari Daniel Shapiro’s special reports on everything from Australian saltwater crocodiles to the controversy surrounding 95 million-year-old dinosaur fossils on The World, Wednesdays (4/10, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1) before each Nova episode premiere on WGBH 2. More science stories from the most trusted science series on television, now also online and on the radio—produced by WGBH thanks to your generous annual support.

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Watch a video preview of Australia’s First 4 Billion Years in the digital version of Explore! And check out our exclusive interview with Sarah Burns, who collaborated with her father, Ken Burns, on the film The Central Park Five. The digital guide is available for your computer or iPad at wgbh.org/Explore. MEMBER GUIDE | APRIL 2013

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Learn about 10 influential American buildings, including Boston’s Trinity Church, that forever changed the way we go about our daily lives. See a special sneak preview screening of the program 10 Buildings That Changed America, followed by a lively panel discussion with producer and program host Geoffrey Baer and other Boston-based architects and scholars. Fri, 4/5 from 7 to 9:30pm in the WGBH Studios in Brighton.

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The History of Beer in America Sample beer that will excite your brain as well as your taste buds. Learn how beer has evolved over the years, and taste some of New England’s finest brews. Thu, 4/18 from 6 to 8pm at the WGBH Studios. Tickets $25 for members, $35 for non-members.

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Classical guitarist Adam Levin has performed in major venues throughout the US and Europe. Now see him perform in Boston. An ambassador for the guitar, Levin has received praise from many quarters. American guitarist, Eliot Fisk, calls Levin a “virtuoso guitarist and a true 21st-century Renaissance man with the élan, intelligence, charm, tenacity and conviction to change the world.” Tue, 4/30 at 4pm at the WGBH Studios. Find more info at wgbh.org/events

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Celebrating 100 Years

The Boston Children’s Museum kicks off its 100th-birthday celebration with Family Fest, a fun-filled day of learning, music, family play and inspiration. Meet parenting experts and local bloggers in the Parent Café, plant a seed with your favorite PBS Kids characters and more. Sat, 4/6 at the Boston Children’s Museum. WGBH members receive $1 off admission, limit 4 per MemberCard. Info: 617-426-6500; bostonchildrensmuseum.org

The Celebrity Series of Boston presents the US debut tour for Spellbound Dance Company, Italy’s leading contemporary dance ensemble, in a program the includes Lost for Words and Downshifting by Mauro Astolfi. Fri, 4/5 at 7:30pm and Sat, 4/6 at 8pm at the Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre in Boston. WGBH members save 10% with CelebrityCharge at 617-482-6661. Use code SHWGBHWA. Limit 4 tickets per MemberCard. Info: 617-482-2595; celebrityseries.org

Craftboston Spring

Melt away your winter blues at Craftboston Spring, featuring 200 artists showcasing one-of-a-kind and limited-edition pieces in ceramics, art-to-wear, furniture, glass, jewelry, leather, wood and more. WGBH members receive $4 off  one general admission. Fri, 4/19– Sun, 4/21 at the Seaport World Trade Center; Info: 617-266-1810; craftboston.org

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VISIONS: TIM HETHERINGTON

View photographs of the Arab Spring in Libya captured in 2011 by award-winning photographer Tim Hetherington. The photos, which tell the story of the war through the perspective of the individual, were among Hetherington’s last prior to being killed in Misrata by a mortar blast in April of that year. 4/15–6/16 at the Fruitlands Museum in Harvard. WGBH members receive $2 off adult admission. Info: 978-456-3924; fruitlands.org

New Repertory Classic

New Repertory Theatre takes on Master Class, Terrence McNally’s Tony Award-winning profile of opera diva Maria Callas. The play portrays Callas reliving theatrical, artistic and painful moments while she is teaching a series of master classes. 3/31–4/21 at 7:30pm at the Charles Mosesian Theater in Watertown. WGBH members get 2-for-1 tickets during the first week of run, $5 off thereafter. Info: 617923-8487; newrep.org

Goes the Book!

Discover the art of pop-up books in an engaging exhibit that features artists such as Robert Sabuda and Matthew Reinhart, Ron van der Meer, and S. Louis Giraud (creator of the collectible 1930s Bookano series). Try your hand at creating pop-ups, take on the role of a character in a child-size interactive pop-up book and explore the history and mechanics of pop-up art. WGBH members receive $1 off admission. Now through 6/9 at the Wenham Museum in Wenham. Info: 978-468-2377; wenhammuseum.org wgbhperksconnect.com 3

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Spring Fever!

It’s springtime and a little monkey has a big case of spring fever! But serious lobby dogs like Hundley have no time for frolicking, especially when there’s a spring cleaning prize to be won. Hundley’s dreams are dashed when a burst pipe forces him to evacuate the building and join George in the country. Seeing such a down dog, George gets the idea to give his friend spring fever, but instead Hundley gets lost. Will George be able to rescue Hundley and lift his spirits? Curious George Swings into Spring! Mon, 4/22 at 8am & 3pm on WGBH 2 Tue, 4/23 & Thu 4/25 at 7am on WGBH 44

Rainforest or Bust

Join the Wild Kratts as they head to the rainforest for a week! In three new episodes Martin and Chris investigate the world of the Spider monkey, “catnap” a Black Jaguar and go in search of an obscure rainforest creature to add to their Life Lists.

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2 Kind Hearted Woman (Pt. 2) See Kind Hearted Woman, this page 44 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Episode 1 Upstart American Harry Selfridge (Jeremy Piven) moves heaven and Earth to build his visionary department store in London. But opening day is just the start of his retail revolution. 11pm 44 Call the Midwife 9pm

Kind Hearted Woman

In a two-part special, acclaimed filmmaker David Sutherland (The Farmer’s Wife, Country Boys) creates an unforgettable portrait of Robin Charboneau, a 32-year-old divorced single mother and Oglala Sioux woman living on North Dakota’s Spirit Lake Reservation. Sutherland follows Robin over three years as she struggles to raise her two children, further her education and heal herself from the wounds of sexual abuse she suffered as a child. Robin’s battles in tribal court with her ex-husband for custody of the children, even after he is convicted of abusive sexual contact with his daughter, illuminate how serious this problem is on the reservation. Her quest to heal her family, find a man worthy of her love, build a career and fulfill her goal of returning to her reservation to help prevent the abuse of women and children, takes her on an intimate and inspiring journey full of heartbreak, discovery and redemption. Co-presented by WGBH’s Frontline and ITVS’s Independent Lens. Kind Hearted Woman (Pt. 1) Mon, 4/1, 9pm–11pm on WGBH 2 Kind Hearted Woman (Pt. 2) Tues, 4/2, 9pm–12am on WGBH 2

A Lot to Digest

There’s a lot that British journalist and physician Michael Mosley wants to know about: whether fasting can lead to a longer, healthier life; what the latest scientific discoveries have to say about how our bodies respond to a workout; and exactly what goes on in the strange and mysterious world of the human stomach. And Mosley’s interests extend far beyond the human body: he also looks at how today’s warfare is helping to create tomorrow’s treatments. Join Mosley as he explores the frontiers of medicine inside the body and out. Eat, Fast and Live Longer Guts with Michael Mosley with Michael Mosley Wed, 4/17 at 10pm on WGBH 2 Wed, 4/3 at 10pm on WGBH 2 Battlefield Medicine The Truth about Exercise Wed, 4/24 at 10pm on WGBH 2 with Michael Mosley Wed, 4/10 at 10pm on WGBH 2 Find your favorite British dramas on WGBH 44 9

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PBS NewsHour Greater Boston 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Compilation 3 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Iran’s Historic Capitals 44 America’s Test Kitchen Great American Classics 8pm 2 Nature What Plants Talk About Hard-core science is integrated with a light-hearted look at how plants behave, revealing a world where plants are as busy, responsive and complex as we are. 44 Lark Rise to Candleford 9pm 2 Nova Ancient Computer Follow the ingenious sleuthing that decoded a 2,000-yearold Greek computer. 44 Doc Martin 10pm 2 Eat, Fast and Live Longer with Michael Mosley See A Lot to Digest, page 9 6pm

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Thursday 4 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Montacute 1 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Croatia: Adriatic Delights 44 America’s Test Kitchen A Taste of Spain 8pm 2 Roadside Stories Take to the treetops of Vermont, then meet a commercial fisherman whose wife has a dangerous form of pneumonia. 44 Nova Ancient Computer (See 4/3 at 9pm) 8:30 2 Windows to the Wild Photographing Foliage at Zealand Falls Join photographer Jerry Monkman on a hike to the Zealand Falls. 9pm 2 Eat, Fast and Live Longer with Michael Mosley (See 4/3 at 10pm) 6pm

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44 Frontline 2 10 Things You Need to Know about Losing Weight Learn 10 science-based approaches to losing weight without starving as volunteers put the theories to the test. 44 Globe Trekker Papua New Guinea (d) 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour

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2 This Old House Hour 2 High School Quiz Show 44 Call Northside 777 A Chicago newsman (James Stewart) digs up the story of a scrubwoman’s son (Richard Conte) who has been framed for murder. 6:30 2 Call the Midwife 7:30 2 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Episode 1 (See 4/2 at 9pm) 8pm 44 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? A Hollywood child-star has-been (Bette Davis) torments her famous sister (Joan Crawford), now in a wheelchair. 9:30 2 Antiques Roadshow UK Montacute 2 10pm 2 Antiques Roadshow Cincinnati, OH (Pt. 1) (See 4/1 at 8pm) 10:30 44 Ask This Old House

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Never Forget

This month, WGBH offers a number of films in remembrance of the Holocaust. In Never Forget to Lie, presented by WGBH’s Frontline, filmmaker Marian Marzynski returns to Poland and the Jewish ghettos of his childhood. But this time, he is not alone. Marzynski attends an annual Warsaw gathering of Holocaust survivors, and accompanies some of them to the Warsaw ghetto from which he and others escaped through the aid of sympathetic Christian friends. The film rescues haunting pieces of the past while exploring conflicting feelings about national, cultural and religious identity that mark many survivors. Other programs this month bring you the performance of Verdi’s Requiem at the Terezin concentration camp, where six decades earlier inmates had re-imagined the Catholic liturgical work as a condemnation of the Nazis (Defiant Requiem: Voices of Resistance); the story of how one British spy operation revealed the hearts and minds of the German fighter (Secrets of the Dead/Bugging Hitler’s Soldiers); and more. Defiant Requiem: Voices of Resistance Sun, 4/7 at 7pm on WGBH 44 Orchestra of Exiles Sun, 4/14 at 7pm on WGBH 44 Secrets of the Dead/Bugging Hitler’s Soldiers Thu, 4/25 at 9pm on WGBH 2 Hitler on Trial Thu, 4/25 at 10pm on WGBH 2 Frontline/Never Forget to Lie Tue, 4/30 at 10pm on WGBH 2 Find your favorite British dramas on WGBH 44 11

Earth’s Untold Story

None of Earth’s continents preserves a more spectacular story of its origins than Australia. WGBH’s Nova takes us on a rollicking adventure—from the birth of the Earth to the emergence of the world we know today—in this four-part miniseries. With host and geologist Richard Smith, meet titanic dinosaurs and giant kangaroos, sea monsters and prehistoric crustaceans, disappearing mountains and deadly asteroids. Epic in scope, intimate in nature, this is the untold story of the Land Down Under, the island continent that has it all. Nova/Australia’s First 4 Billion Years on WGBH 2 Reports from Australia Awakening PRI’s The World is partnering with the Wed, 4/10 at 9pm Nova Web team to bring you four reports Life Explodes from Australia by Ari Daniel Shapiro. Wed, 4/17 at 9pm Tune in The World on 89.7 WGBH, Boston Public Radio, at 3pm or 8pm on the preMonsters miere date of each Nova episode, or visit Wed, 4/24 at 9pm pbs.org/nova after the broadcast to Strange Creatures hear these special reports. Wed, 5/1 at 9pm

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44 Nature What Plants Talk About (See 4/3 at 8pm) 6:30 2 High School Quiz Show See Quiz Time, page 10 7pm 2 10 Things You Need to Know about Losing Weight (See 4/4 at 10pm) 44 Defiant Requiem: Voices of Resistance See Never Forget, page 11 8pm 2 Call the Midwife Episode 2 See how the death of a newborn affects Cynthia’s work and health. 8:30 44 Eat, Fast and Live Longer with Michael Mosley (See 4/3 at 10pm) 9pm 2 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Episode 2 See how Harry skirts scandal and faces complications in his private life. 9:30 44 10 Things You Need to Know about Losing Weight (See 4/4 at 10pm) 10pm 2 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Episode 2 (See 9pm) 10:30 44 Neighborhood Kitchens 11pm 2 Member Favorites 44 Infinity Hall Live Wilson Phillips 6pm

Monday 8 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Melbourne 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Croatia: Adriatic Delights 44 America’s Test Kitchen Chicken Classics, Improved 8pm 2 Antiques Roadshow Cincinnati, OH (Pt. 2) Discoveries include a suit that belonged to Colonel Sanders, a bronze horse sculpture by Solon Borglum and an 1846 wall map of the western US. 44 Midsomer Murders Tainted Fruit (Pt. 2) 9pm 2 Market Warriors Antiquing in Chicago, IL 44 DCI Banks Strange Affair 10pm 2 Independent Lens The House I Live In Explore the human-rights implications of the nation’s least-winnable war—the war on drugs. 10:30 44 Open Studio with Jared Bowen 11pm 44 PBS NewsHour 6pm

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Tuesday 9 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Retrospective 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Dubrovnik and Balkan Side Trips 44 America’s Test Kitchen Simple & Satisfying Vegetable Mains 8pm 2 American Masters Carol Burnett: A Woman of Character A look at Burnett’s career, difficult childhood and the dramatic turn that followed her TV variety show. 44 Antiques Roadshow Cincinnati, OH (Pt. 2) (See 4/8 at 8pm) 9pm 44 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Episode 2 (See 4/7 at 9pm) 9:30 2 Erma Bombeck: Legacy of Laughter 10pm 2 Frontline Syria Behind the Lines 44 Call the Midwife 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour 6pm

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Trekking the Globe Join Globe Trekker for a new season filled with some of your favorite hosts: Justine Shapiro, Judith Jones, Brianna Barnes, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick, Holly Morris, Ian Wright, Adela Ucar, Zoe Palmer and others take turns exploring everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The season features several food-focused specials and an eight-part aroundthe-world miniseries that follows the trekkers from Mexico, Peru, Chile and Fiji to China, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Bulgaria and Austria. Globe Trekker Premieres Thu, 4/11 at 10pm on WGBH 44

Wednesday 10 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Sudeley Castle 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe The Best of Slovenia 44 America’s Test Kitchen Pork Chops and Lentil Salad 8pm 2 Nature Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves (d) 44 Lark Rise to Candleford 9pm 2 Nova Australia’s First 4 Billion Years: Awakening See Earth’s Untold Story, page 12 44 Doc Martin 10pm 2 The Truth about Exercise with Michael Mosley See A Lot to Digest, page 9 44 Waking the Dead Solidarity (Pt. 1) 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour 6pm

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Local Deliciousness

In the Season 2 premiere of WGBH’s Neighborhood Kitchens, host Margarita Martínez (left) visits Boston’s South End to experience panAsian cuisine at Myers+Chang. Chef Joanne Chang demonstrates how to prepare the dumplings and scallion pancakes her mother made when she was growing up, then switches from savory to sweet to prepare a lemon ginger mousse at her Flour Bakery. In the April 20th show, Margarita joins Richard García, executive chef at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, a strong believer in sustainability and local sourcing. They pick the freshest catch of the day at the nearby Boston Fish Pier and use it to create a delicious “trash fish” minestrone soup. And in the April 27th program, Margarita travels to Watertown’s Little Armenia, where she meets Sevan Bakery co-owner Nuran Chavushian as he shares the recipe for his family’s signature pistachio baklava. Get these recipes and more on the show’s blog at wgbh.org/neighborhoodkitchens, and continue to learn, taste and experience the flavors of the world—all right here in our own backyard. Flour/Myers+Chang Rich Garcia Sevan Bakery Sat, 4/13 at 4pm Sat, 4/20 at 4pm Sat, 4/27 at 4pm

44 Nova Australia’s First 4 Billion Years: Awakening (See 4/10 at 9pm) 8:30 2 Windows to the Wild In Search of Arethusa & the Falls Spend a weekend at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods and hike to the beautiful Arethusa Falls. 9pm 2 American Experience Earth Days (d) 44 Frontline 10pm 44 Globe Trekker Around the World: Across America: Route 66 & Beyond Justine Shapiro kicks off the journey with a road trip west across the US. See Trekking the Globe, page 13 (d) 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour

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2 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 44 This Old House Hour 8:30 2 Open Studio with Jared Bowen 9pm 2 Live from Lincoln Center Josh Groban: All That Echoes 44 McLaughlin Group 9:30 44 Need to Know 10pm 2 Michael Feinstein’s American Songbook On the Air Trace the role of idolmaking during the Golden Age of radio. Features Liza Minnelli and other celebrities. 44 Moyers & Company 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour 8pm

Saturday 13 2 Antiques Roadshow Cincinnati, OH (Pt. 2) (See 4/8 at 8pm) 44 History Detectives (See 4/2 at 8pm) 12pm 2 The Mind of a Chef Fresh 44 Nature Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves (d) 11am

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2 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Pantry Raid 1pm 2 The French Chef Potato Show 44 Nova Australia’s First 4 Billion Years: Awakening (See 4/10 at 9pm) 1:30 2 Lidia’s Italy in America For the Love of Vegetables 2pm 2 Simply Ming Azores: Eduardo Reis 44 The Truth about Exercise with Michael Mosley (See 4/10 at 10pm) 2:30 2 Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Stocks 3pm 2 America’s Test Kitchen Big, Bold Chicken Braises 44 Live from Lincoln Center Josh Groban: All That Echoes 3:30 2 Cook’s Country Fun Modern Cakes 4pm 2 Neighborhood Kitchens Flour/Myers+Chang See Local Deliciousness, page 14 44 Michael Feinstein’s American Songbook On the Air (See 4/12 at 10pm) 4:30 2 Rough Cut ShakerInspired Step Stool

2 This Old House Hour 44 American Masters Carol Burnett: A Woman of Character (See 4/9 at 8pm) 6pm 2 High School Quiz Show (See 4/7 at 6:30pm) 6:30 2 Call the Midwife Episode 2 (See 4/7 at 8pm) 44 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (See 4/6 at 8pm) 7:30 2 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Episode 2 (See 4/7 at 9pm) 8:30 2 As Time Goes By Series 7, Episode 6 9pm 2 The Vicar of Dibley Arrival 44 Dead Ringer Edith (Bette Davis) kills Margaret, her twin, and takes her identity, fooling Edith’s boyfriend (Karl Malden) but not Margaret’s lover. 9:30 2 Antiques Roadshow UK Burton on Trent 10pm 2 Antiques Roadshow Cincinnati, OH (Pt. 2) (See 4/8 at 8pm) 11pm 2 Basic Black 5pm

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Little People: 20 Years Later

Anu, Mark, Karla, Len, Lenette, Sharon and Ron lead typical American lives: they have children, pursue successful middle-class careers and live in the suburbs. But there is one way in which they are not typical: they all are dwarfs. Producer Jan Krawitz first looked at their lives in her 1982 award-winning film Little People. In Big Enough, she revisits some of the subjects who appeared in her film and contrasts their youth with their lives 20 years later. Learn how—from navigating everyday life to dating and marrying—they confront physical and emotional challenges with humor, grace and, sometimes, frustration. America ReFramed/Big Enough Sun, 4/14 at 8pm on WGBH World Visit worldcompass.org for a complete listing of programs. See page 1 for ways to tune in WGBH World.

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The Central Park Five

In 1989, five black and Latino teenagers from Harlem were arrested and later convicted of brutally raping a white woman in New York City’s Central Park. They spent between six and 13 years in prison before a serial rapist confessed that he alone had committed the crime, leading to their convictions being overturned. Set against a backdrop of a decaying city beset by violence and racial tension, The Central Park Five tells the story of that horrific crime, the rush to judgment by police, a media clamoring for sensational stories, an outraged public and the five lives upended by this miscarriage of justice. Directed by Ken Burns, his daughter, Sarah Burns, and her husband, David McMahon. The Central Park Five Tue, 4/16 at 9pm on WGBH 2

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9:30 44 Greater Boston 10am 2 High School Quiz Show (See 4/7 at 6:30pm) 44 Inside Washington 10:30 44 McLaughlin Group 11am 2 Open Studio with Jared Bowen 44 The Victory Garden (d) 11:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Croatia: Adriatic Delights 44 Theater Talk 12pm 2 Neighborhood Kitchens Flour/Myers+Chang (See 4/13 at 4pm) 44 The Lawrence Welk Show April Showers 12:30 2 Ask This Old House 1pm 2 Basic Black 44 MotorWeek 1:30 2 Great Performances at the Met The Tempest 44 Saving the Ocean River of Kings (Pt. 1) 2pm 44 Ciao Italia More Umbrian Cooking 2:30 44 Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Sauces 3pm 44 Cuisine Culture Jeff and Chris Galvin, London

3:30 44 Kimchi Chronicles The Seoul Food Chronicles (d) 4pm 2 American Masters Carol Burnett: A Woman of Character (See 4/9 at 5pm) 44 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef Halibut Two Ways 4:30 44 Essential Pepin Shell-Ebration (d) 5pm 44 Lidia’s Italy in America For the Love of Soup 5:30 2 Antiques Roadshow Cincinnati, OH (Pt. 2) (See 4/8 at 8pm) 44 Simply Ming On the Road in Chattanooga with Guest Daniel Lindley 6pm 44 Shelter Me Let’s Go Home Hear stories about shelter pets that went from rescued to rescuer. 6:30 2 High School Quiz Show See Quiz Time, page 10 7pm 2 The Truth about Exercise with Michael Mosley (See 4/10 at 10pm) 44 Orchestra of Exiles See Never Forget, page 11 8pm 2 Call the Midwife Episode 3 Meet the new

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Monday 15 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Redruth 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Andalucia, Gibraltar and Tangier 44 America’s Test Kitchen Great Italian Pasta Sauces 8pm 2 Antiques Roadshow Cincinnati, OH (Pt. 3) Highlights include a trophy from the 1908 Belmont Stakes, an early 20thcentury toy horse and buggy, a French advertising poster and an impressive bust of Abraham Lincoln. 44 Midsomer Murders Ring Out Your Dead (Pt. 1) 9pm 2 Market Warriors Antiquing in Rochester, MN Join the pickers at the Gold Rush Show as they try to find something French. DCI Banks Dry Bones 44 That Dream 10pm 2 Independent Lens Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines Trace the fascinating evolution and legacy of Wonder Woman. 10:30 44 Open Studio with Jared Bowen 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour 6pm

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2 Rick Steves’ Europe Oslo 44 America’s Test Kitchen Irish Comfort Classics 8pm 2 In Performance at The White House 44 Antiques Roadshow Cincinnati, OH (Pt. 3) (See 4/15 at 8pm) 9pm 2 The Central Park Five See The Central Park Five, page 16 (d) 44 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Episode 3 (See 4/14 at 9pm) 10pm 44 Call the Midwife Episode 2 (See 4/7 at 8pm) 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour 7:30

Wednesday 17 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Dumfries 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Norway’s West: Fjords, Mountains and Bergen 44 America’s Test Kitchen Two Ways with Fish 8pm 2 Nature The Mystery of Eels Join artist, writer and naturalist James Prosek as he sheds light on the mysterious eel. 44 Lark Rise to Candleford 9pm 2 Nova Australia’s First 4 Billion Years: Life Explodes See Earth’s Untold Story, page 12 44 Doc Martin 10pm 2 Guts with Michael Mosley See A Lot to Digest, page 9 Waking the Dead 44 Solidarity (Pt. 2) 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour 6pm

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Saturday 20 2 Antiques Roadshow Cincinnati, OH (Pt. 3) (See 4/15 at 8pm) 44 History Detectives 12pm 2 The Mind of a Chef Soy 44 In Performance at The White House 12:30 2 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Turkish Home Cooking 1pm 2 The French Chef Puff Pastry 11am

Thursday 18 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Cressing Temple Barn 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Stockholm 44 America’s Test Kitchen Big, Bold Chicken Braises 8pm 2 Roadside Stories Follow a paralyzed New Hampshire athlete’s trip to a racetrack, 6pm

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Crime-Solving Codebreakers

The Bletchley Circle follows four ordinary women with the extraordinary ability to break codes, a skill honed during World War II when they worked undercover operations at Bletchley Park, site of the United Kingdom’s main decryption unit. Now in 1952, Millie (Rachael Stirling), Susan (Anna Maxwell Martin), Lucy (Sophie Rundle) and Jean (Julie Graham) have returned to civilian life, keeping their intelligence work secret from all, including family and friends. A series of ghastly murders targeting women, however, reunites the team as they set out to decode the pattern behind the crimes in this three-part series. The final episode airs in May. The Bletchley Circle on WGBH 2 Episode 1 Episode 2 Sun, 4/21 at 10pm Sun, 4/28 at 10pm

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2 Lost Bird Project Sculptor Todd McGrain’s efforts to memorialize five extinct birds. (d) 44 Essential Pepin Rollin’ in Dough (d) 5pm 44 Going Blind A filmmaker who has glaucoma investigates how people all over the country respond to vision-loss. (d) 5:30 2 Antiques Roadshow Cincinnati, OH (Pt. 3) (See 4/15 at 8pm) 6:30 2 High School Quiz Show See Quiz Time, page 10 44 Nature The Mystery of Eels (See 4/17 at 8pm) 7pm 2 In Performance at The White House 7:30 44 King George and Queen Mary Episode 1 8pm 2 Call the Midwife Episode 4 See how a newborn’s parents—and Jenny—struggle to accept their baby’s disability. 8:30 44 King George and Queen Mary Episode 2 9pm 2 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Episode 4 Learn why all is not well with Harry, Rose and Ellen. 9:30 44 The Central Park Five (See 4/16 at 9pm) (d) 10pm 2 The Bletchley Circle Episode 1 See CrimeSolving Codebreakers, page 18 11pm 2 Member Favorites 11:30 44 Neighborhood Kitchens 4:30

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44 Antiques Roadshow Rapid City, SD (Pt. 1) (See 4/22 at 8pm) 9pm 44 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Episode 4 (See 4/21 at 9pm) 10pm 2 Frontline The Retirement Gamble 44 Call the Midwife Episode 3 (See 4/14 at 8pm) 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour

Wednesday 24 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Portmerion 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Basque Country 44 America’s Test Kitchen Company’s Coming 8pm 2 Nature Jungle Eagle Uncover the secrets of the most powerful birds of prey in the world: harpy eagles. (d) 44 Lark Rise to Candleford 6pm

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2 Nova Australia’s First 4 Billion Years: Monsters See Earth’s Untold Story, page 12 44 Doc Martin 10pm 2 Battlefield Medicine See A Lot to Digest, page 9 44 Waking the Dead Conviction (Pt. 1) 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour 9pm

Thursday 25 PBS NewsHour Greater Boston 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Haltwhistle 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Rome: Ancient Glory 44 America’s Test Kitchen Breakfast Standbys 8pm 2 Roadside Stories See how a homemade trebuchet is used to launch pumpkins, then meet a woman taxi cab driver who is concerned for her safety. 44 Nova Australia’s First 4 Billion Years: Monsters (See 4/18 at 8pm) 8:30 2 Windows to the Wild Exploring the Night Sky Join host Willem Lange as he takes us on a journey of celestial wonders. 6pm

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2 Secrets of the Dead Bugging Hitler’s Soldiers See Never Forget, page 11 (d) 44 Frontline 10pm 2 Hitler on Trial Hear the story of how Hans Litten put rising political star, Adolf Hitler, in the witness box of a Berlin court in the summer of 1931. See Never Forget, page 11 44 Globe Trekker Around the World—Panamericana: Incas & Inquisitions Brianna Barnes journeys to Peru, home of the legendary Incas. (d) 11pm 2 Charlie Rose 44 PBS NewsHour 9pm

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WGBH brings you another British inspector to fall in love with: George Gently, an old-school detective trying to come to terms with a time when the lines between the police and criminals have become blurred, when the proliferation of drugs is about to change the face of policing forever and when Britain’s youth stand on the brink of a social and sexual revolution. The first episode of Season 1 brings us into Chief Inspector Gently’s life just after the murder of his wife. Gently decides to take on one last case before retiring. But it turns out that the case—which also has attracted the attention of Joe Webster, the man who killed his wife—is not as simple as may appear. Gently is played by actor Martin Shaw (right in photo), who portrayed Adam Dalgliesh in several P.D. James dramas, including Death in the Holy Orders. Inspector George Gently/George Gently Mon, 4/29 at 9pm on WGBH 44

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89.7 WGBH, Boston Public Radio Boston Public Radio Welcomes Jim and Margery WGBH welcomes popular local commentators Jim Braude and Margery Eagan as the new co-hosts of 89.7 WGBH’s Boston Public Radio, heard weekdays at noon. Braude and Eagan lead two hours of local conversation that combine newsmaker interviews, conversations with experts and listener call-ins. With the addition of the pair, Boston Public Radio has launched a new daily segment. Open Mic, which airs at 1pm, includes weekly appearances by a variety of guests who discuss current events and debates that are shaping the news in Greater Boston and across the nation. In addition, Braude and Eagan host a monthly Ask the Governor program on WGBH, a series they led in their former role at WTKK 96.9FM. For 13 years, Braude and Eagan co-hosted the Jim & Margery Show on WTKK. Braude, an Emmy Award-winning journalist, started his career as a legal services lawyer in the South Bronx. He hosts Broadside: The News with Jim Braude weeknights on New England Cable News. Eagan, a columnist for the Boston Herald, grew up in Fall River. Throughout her career, Eagan has written for a number of publications, including Boston Magazine. She has appeared on national and local news programs and is a regular guest on Greater Boston and Beat the Press on WGBH TV. The format change is part of WGBH News’ ongoing evolution and continued commitment to strengthening the region’s most dynamic local news

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team. WGBH’s talented journalists continue to contribute to Boston Public Radio’s original news reporting: Callie Crossley lends her signature perspective to the exploration of important topics, both local and national. (Look for Callie’s new show Under the Radar with Callie Crossley, airing Sunday evenings at 6:30pm.) Emily Rooney provides a take on stories she is following for the WGBH TV program Greater Boston. Kara Miller, who also hosts WGBH Radio’s Innovation Hub, offers a window into the region’s most creative thinkers. Jared Bowen—Boston television’s only full-time arts journalist and host of WGBH TV’s Open Studio—provides unique coverage of New England’s vibrant arts culture. Edgar B. Herwick III, who developed the Web series One Guest, reports on interesting and unusual topics that engage audiences. “As WGBH Radio continues to develop and grow, we are excited to build on a strong foundation and serve audiences with the smartest on-air guides to the breadth of stories happening in our region and around the world,” says 89.7 WGBH managing director Phil Redo. “Jim and Margery are extremely talented broadcasters who will make our strong team even stronger. Like all of our Boston Public Radio contributors, they are smart and engaging and share our passion for local discussion and commentary.” Note: Schedule accurate at press time. Find updates online at wgbh.org/radio

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Pianist Herbie Hancock has recorded with many of the most popular musicians in jazz and pop, and won numerous awards for his work, including a more than a dozen Grammys. Host Eric Jackson takes us on a tour of music from the legendary pianist, who turns 73 on April 12. Sun, 4/14 at 9pm

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Award-winning producer Sasha Aslanian explores the divorce revolution of the 1970s from the perspective of kids like herself who lived through it, and experts who have had three decades to make sense of it. Divorced Kid showcases the voices of fourth and fifth graders in a court-mandated class for kids in Minneapolis as they learn how to avoid “divorce traps” they can fall into. The program follows 10-year-old Lizzy as she gets a new stepmom, half-brother and stepbrother. Sun, 4/7 at 7pm A Celtic Sojourn

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Not everyone knows that the little province of Galicia in Northern Spain is Celtic country. Increasingly, the music and singing of this beautiful and verdant land is being incorporated into what the world thinks of as Celtic. One of its greatest ambassadors is Carlos Núñez, who plays the gaita, the bag pipe particular to the area. In this edition of the program, host Brian O’Donovan explores the music of Galicia with a particular emphasis on Carlos and his music. Sat, 4/27 at 3pm

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89.7 WGBH Radio delves deeper into how the cool new ideas that are percolating all around Boston are born, and what the implications of those innovations are with Innovation Hub. Hosted by WGBH's Kara Miller, the program examines some of these new ideas and how they may change the way we live our lives. The program features two segments, each raising a big question, and then explores how Boston-area innovators are tackling them. From renewable energy and education to infrastructure, health care and technology, this program showcases the creative and novel approaches to addressing issues impacting our community. Thursdays at 9pm Saturdays at 10am

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Classical New England Public Radio Music Month By Benjamin K. Roe Managing Director for Classical Services

Throughout the month of April, public radio stations across the nation are celebrating the strong and unique partnership that exists between public radio and music. While our own listeners know firsthand the critical role that WGBH and Classical New England have played in our local music culture and industry—a six-decade tradition of broadcasting live Boston Symphony Orchestra concerts is just one example—that relationship often has been overlooked in the larger community. Most often, when people think of the phrase public radio, their first association is with our signature news and information programs. But in fact, more than 40 percent of nationwide listening to public radio is for music programming, such as the kind that Classical New England provides on a round-the-clock basis on-air and online. And increasingly, public radio has become the only home for more and more genres of music. Here in Boston, with a music scene that rivals any in the nation, the connection between public radio stations and the club, concert hall and conservatory is absolutely vital. It was out of that need that Public Radio Music Month was born, and Classical New England is proud to be part of a nationwide initiative that connects local public radio stations, artists and audiences in communities across the US. All throughout the nation a scan of your [public] radio dial this month will reveal stations and their partners featuring high-profile music interviews, one-of-a-kind performances, special downloads, exclusive online content and much more. Closer to home, we’re hoping you keep your presets on 99.5 on the dial and classicalnewengland.org on your device, for some truly memorable programming coming your way, including the following performances:

April 3: The Tokyo Quartet’s “Farewell to Boston” Concert After 43 years of performing together, one of the nation’s most acclaimed string quartets is saying goodbye to the concert stage. And through a unique partnership with the Celebrity Series of Boston, the group’s 21st—and final—Boston appearance will take place in the intimate confines of our Fraser Performance Studio. Patrons in our studio will be eyewitnesses to history being made in an evening of quartets by Hadyn, Bartok and Ravel…and then shared with public radio stations around the nation via a live webcast and subsequent national broadcast. (Check our website for scheduling details.) April 26 at 4pm: In the Big Apple Drive Time Live cruises down I-95 to the studios of WQXR in the heart of Manhattan. From the station’s Greene Space Studio, Cathy Fuller welcomes the newly minted winners of the American Pianists Association Competition for their first post-competition broadcast performance. April 30 at 4pm: A Double Drive Time Live with Duo Sonidos Two instruments, two traditions, two stations! Classical New England and WFMT in Chicago are joining forces to present Duo Sonidos—the guitar-andviolin combination of Boston-based-but-Chicago-favorites Adam Levin and William Knuth—in a Drive Time Live appearance broadcast simultaneously in both cities, and before a live audience in our Fraser Performance Studio. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg! Visit us at wgbh.org/PRMM for daily additions to our Public Radio Music Month schedule. From classical to jazz to Celtic, it’s an opportunity for us to showcase the rich tapestry of music found here on WGBH, and the work that stations like ours do every day in preserving America’s musical traditions and fostering and nurturing the development of tomorrow's music talent.

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Classical Music with Laura Carlo 8:30am Keith’s Classical Corner Classical Music with Alan McLellan 12pm Café Europa Classical Music with Cathy Fuller Fridays: 4pm Drive Time Live Performance Today with Fred Child Classical Music with James David Jacobs Fridays: 9pm Concierto

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Saturday 6am New England Summer Festivals 7am Classical Music with Ray Brown 9am Classics For Kids 12pm Classical Music with Cheryl Willoughby 5pm Live from Fraser 6pm In Performance with Cathy Fuller 7pm Boston Symphony Orchestra 11pm BSO on Record

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The Bach Hour with Brian McCreath Baroque in Boston with Laura Carlo From the Top In Performance with Cathy Fuller Boston Symphony Orchestra Sunday Concert Series The Bach Hour with Brian McCreath Together in Song Arias & Barcarolles with Cathy Fuller World of Opera Pipedreams

Other programs for Together in Song this month: April 7: Amazing Grace Choral expressions of spiritual gratitude and wonder. April 14: Gloria! A 25th-anniversary salute to Gloria Dei Cantores, a true “choral community” based in a Benedictine cloister on Cape Cod. April 21: Special Effects Using voices to imitate familiar, and create new, sounds.

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Spring is a season for singing and Classical New England is embracing the moment with a brand-new program: Together in Song. “There’s a reason choral music has been called ‘The First Art,’” notes managing director Benjamin Roe. “The simple act of joining voices together— be it in devotion, in sorrow or in celebration—is one of the oldest impulses of the human community, and has given rise to some of the greatest works of Western art. But at the same time, programs like Glee on television and the phenomenal rise of a cappella groups on college campuses reflects the continuing popularity and vitality of choral music.” As the name implies, Together in Song will be a celebration of both the music, and of the myriad ensembles and personalities who present it, expertly woven together by new host Anthony Trecek-King, artistic director of the Boston Children’s Chorus. The versatility of Trecek-King’s repertoire made him the right choice to bring choral music to a broad audience, Roe says. “I was very impressed by how Anthony reaches out to different constituencies through his programming with the BCC. And I can’t think of a better time to introduce this program than during Public Radio Music Month (see story, opposite page), when we spotlight the vital partnership between public radio stations and the musical communities they serve.” Together in Song premieres at noon on Easter Sunday, March 31, with a program called The Lily Blooms, a celebration of Easter that will range from the plain-spoken and affecting hymnody of Colonial composer William Billings, to the modern sounds of a children’s chorus.

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MAY 3 & 5, 2013 AT SYMPHONY HALL Harry Christophers, conductor Robert Murray, tenor (Jephtha) Catherine Wyn-Rogers, mezzo-soprano (Storgè) Joélle Harvey, soprano (Iphis)

April 28: The Whitacre Wave An exploration of the phenomenal appeal of Eric Whitacre and other contemporary American composers, particularly among high school choruses. Featuring a Fraser Performance Studio appearance by the Eric Whitacre Singers. Sundays at 6pm

William Purefoy, countertenor (Hamor) Period Instrument Orchestra and Chorus

Considered one of the finest Handelians in the world, Harry Christophers brings Jephtha to Symphony Hall audiences for the first time since 1867. Premiered in the US by H&H in 1850, Handel and Haydn musicians and a stellar cast of soloists will transform this dramatic story of passions and redemptions, and showcase the transformative powers of Handel’s music.

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WCAI, Cape and Islands NPR Station Meet You at the Pub

By Mindy Todd, WCAI’s Managing Director for Editorial and Host Cape Cod and the Islands can be quiet in the winter months, but back in 2004, we thought of a cure for cabin fever: WCAI Pub Nights! The nights are opportunities for listeners to meet our on-air hosts and contributors as well as our off-air staff, while also getting to know other public radio listeners. We never expected Pub Nights to become annual events, but when we took a year off, so many listeners requested we bring them back that we felt we had to oblige. We typically visit half a dozen pubs throughout our listening area to enjoy evenings of refreshments and conversation. “People are always so happy to see us and to talk about the local issues they care about,” says Sean Corcoran, WCAI’s senior reporter and editor. “People want to know how to get in touch and share story ideas, so I hand them my card and tell them to simply give me a call anytime they want to talk.” Listeners appreciate the chance to connect with the people they turn to every day on the radio. “I just have to put a face with your voices,” a listener commented at a recent Pub Night. Another listener said, “It’s great to have the opportunity to give ideas to you guys and to find out how you go about selecting your programs and topics.”

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Editor Karen Hartley Contributors Ron Bachman, Maria Bruno Ruiz, Phil Redo, Susan Reed, Ben Roe, Matt Roy, Mindy Todd Designers Bill Miller, Tong-Mei Chan Photo Research Julie Ecker Associate Creative Director Alison Kennedy

Listeners aren’t the only ones who enjoy the evenings. “We’re committed to being the best local radio service we can be, and people appreciate it,” Corcoran says. “It’s inspiring to hear people comment on your work and thank you for what you do.” The remaining Pub Nights in 2013 are April 18 in Wellfleet (location to be determined), April 25 at the Nantucket Hotel, and May 16 at the Waterfront Grill in New Bedford. Listen to WCAI or visit capeandislands.org for more details.

Saturday 5am 7am 8am 10am 11am 12pm 1pm 2pm 3pm 4pm 5pm 6pm 8pm 9pm 10pm 12am

BBC World Service News Living on Earth Weekend Edition Car Talk Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me! This American Life The Moth/Radiolab Splendid Table Bill Moyers On the Media Weekend All Things Considered A Prairie Home Companion Says You! Selected Shorts American Routes Afropop Worldwide

Director, Constituent Communications Cynthia Broner Associate Director Susan Reed Director of Operations Brian Donovan

Sunday 5am 7am 8am 10am 11am 12pm 1pm 3pm 4pm 5pm 6pm 7pm 11pm 12am

BBC World Service News On Being Weekend Edition Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me! Bob Edwards Weekend America’s Test Kitchen Radio A Prairie Home Companion To the Best of Our Knowledge Studio 360 Weekend All Things Considered This American Life Arts & Ideas On the Media Le Show with Harry Shearer

Explore!, April 2013: Volume 23, Number 4, (ISSN 2152-7458) (USPS 0008 -188). Copyright 2013. WGBH Educational Foundation. One Guest Street, Boston, MA 02135. All rights reserved. Explore! is published monthly by the WGBH Educational Foundation. Subscription is by membership contribution of $50 or more to WGBH. Preferred periodicals postage paid at Boston, MA and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Explore!, WGBH, One Guest St, Boston, MA 02135. Printed in Canada. 130954

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