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Mister Roger’s Neighborhood Bob the Builder Curious George Cat in the Hat Super Why! Dinosaur Train Thomas & Friends

Sid the Science Kid

Angelina Ballerina

Martha Speaks

America Sews

Arthur

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

Word Girl

Quilt in a Day

Electric Company

Sewing with Nancy

Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman

Sit and Be Fit

Design Squad

Lidia’s Italy

Biz Kid$

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen America’s Test Kitchen

Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art

Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen

Katie Brown’s Workshop

Hometime

Scrapbook Memories

Woodwright’s Shop

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Motorweek This Old House Woodsmith Shop P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Antiques Roadshow Consuelo Mack WealthTrack Roger Ebert McLaughlin Group Mc

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Sunday, February 27 - Saturday, March 5 8:00 Masterpiece Classic Any Human Heart, Part 3 A man makes his precarious way through the 20th century as a writer, lover, art dealer and spy. (cc) TVPG HD 9:30 The Aviators Sim Emergency: Private Pilot (cc) HD

Three-time Grammy Award-winner Harry Connick, Jr. performs a roster of favorites with his trademark New Orleans style on Great Performances. - Tuesday at 7:00

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AFTERNOON 12:00 Best of the Joy of Painting Mirrored Images (cc) 12:30 Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art Study Painting II (cc) 1:00 Katie Brown Workshop South of the Border (cc) HD 1:30 Great Performances at the Met Boris Godunov Valery Gergiev conducts Mussorgsky’s epic that captures the suffering and ambition of a nation. (cc) TVPG HD 5:00 America’s Heartland (cc) HD 5:30 Rick Steves’ Europe Athens and Side Trips (cc) HD 6:00 Sherlock Holmes The Second Stain The disappearance of a letter from a foreign potentate threatens Europe with catastrophe. (cc)

PRIME TIME 7:00 Nature Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves Strengths are tested and risks weighed when two great predators come face to face in Yellowstone. (cc) TVPG HD

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10:00 Global Voices Made In L.A./The First Kids to Learn English from Mexico Latina immigrants in Los Angeles sweatshops try to win labor protections from a clothing retailer. (cc) TVPG 11:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly (cc)

LATE NIGHT 12:00 Lawrence Welk Show Rhythm Is Our Business (cc) 1:00 Classic Gospel (cc) 2:00 Austin City Limits Allen Toussaint (cc) TVPG HD 3:00 Independent Lens William S. Burroughs: A Man Within (cc) TVPG HD 4:00 NOVA Venom (cc) TVPG HD

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PRIME TIME 7:00 Antiques Roadshow Des Moines, Part 3 A circa 1856 Des Moines city plan, printed just before it officially became Iowa’s new capital; a circa 1838 E.C. Brewster beehive clock; and a circa 1925 round European-cut diamond and platinum ring. (cc) HD 8:00 Triangle Fire: American Experience Reveals how public outrage following a deadly factory fire in 1911 led to workplace safety laws. (cc) TV14 HD 9:00 Alan K. Simpson The Senator discusses his career in the U.S. Senate and President Obama’s budget reduction efforts. (cc) TVPG HD

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2:30 Alzheimer’s: The Cost of Growing Old (cc) HD

11:30 BBC World News

PRIME TIME

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

LATE NIGHT

7:00 Rick Steves’ Europe with Abandon! Highlights the great food, fun people and vivid culture in Scandinavia, southern Spain and Bosnia. (cc) HD

10:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc)

12:00 Nature Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves (cc) TVPG HD 1:00 Masterpiece Classic Any Human Heart, Part 3 (cc) TVPG HD 2:30 The Aviators Sim Emergency: Private Pilot (cc) HD 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc) 4:30 BBC World News

Tuesday

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Evening sponsored by General Office Supply

PRIME TIME 7:00 Great Performances Harry Connick, Jr. In Concert on Broadway Harry Connick Jr. performs favorites in his New Orleans style. (cc) HD 9:00 ArtZONE The “15 and 1” Photography Exhibit, The Woody Witt Jazz Combo and Don Williams reading his lyric poem “Wolfe.” (cc) HD 2 9:40 Aretha Franklin Presents: Soul Rewind (My Music) The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, presents a collection of rare performances by legendary R&B performers of the classic 1960’s-70’s soul era. (cc) 11:40 Brain Fitness: Peak Performance (cc) HD

LATE NIGHT 1:00 Triangle Fire: American Experience (cc) HD 2:00 Alan K. Simpson (cc) TVPG HD

7:30 Rick Steves’ Viva Espana! Experience the joys of Andalucia, feast on paella and follow the pilgrim trail in northern Spain. (cc) 9:30 John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (My Music) A live reunion of folk singers includes Barry McGuire, Roger McGuinn and The Chad Mitchell Trio. (cc) 11:30 The Who at Kilburn 1977 (cc) HD

LATE NIGHT 1:00 Pioneers of Television Variety (cc) HD 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

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PRIME TIME 7:00 Washington Week (cc) HD 7:30 Need to Know (cc) HD 8:30 Life Lessons from Onslow: A Keeping Up Appearances Special Onslow teaches a “successful relationships” course. Will clips from the show support his views? (cc) TVPG 10:00 Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics - The Sixties (cc)

LATE NIGHT

1:30 Atchafalaya Houseboat (cc) TVPG

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

2:00 This Old House Hour (cc) HD

4:30 BBC World News

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PRIME TIME 7:00 Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics - The Sixties See classic song performances from the Beatles, the Doors, the Rolling Stones, Sly and the Family Stone, the Mamas and the Papas and more. (cc) 9:00 Love Me Tender - The Love Songs of Elvis Ashley Judd narrates the warm story of the tender side of the King of Rock and Roll. (cc) HD 11:00 New Play Piano in a Flash: 3 Steps to Piano Success (cc) HD

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

LATE NIGHT

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

1:00 Powder and the Glory (cc)

4:30 BBC World News

4:30 BBC World News

12:00 Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio (cc)

2:00 Frontline (cc)

Thursday

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

5:30 Daniel O’Donnell at Home in Ireland Daniel sings familiar Irish tunes and American favorites and visits beautiful sites across Ireland. (cc)

PRIME TIME 7:00 Lawrence Welk’s Big Band Splash Lawrence Welk and his orchestra play the music of the Big Band Era and salute legendary friends, including Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Woody Herman, Duke Ellington, Count Basie and others. (cc) HD 9:00 Magic Moments - The Best of 50’s Pop (My Music) The McGuire Sisters, The Lennon Sisters, The Chordettes, The Four Aces and more take the stage. 11:00 American Masters Carole King and James Taylor (cc) HD

LATE NIGHT 1:00 John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (My Music) (cc) 3:00 McLaughlin Group (cc) 3:30 Need to Know(cc) HD

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

4:30 European Journal (cc)

4:30 BBC World News

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MORNING 9:00 America’s Home Cooking: from the Garden (cc) HD

AFTERNOON 12:00 Kickstart Your Health with Dr. Neal Barnard (cc) HD 1:30 Rock, Pop and Doo Wop (My Music) 3:30 Great Performances Harry Connick, Jr. In Concert on Broadway (cc) HD

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Lawrence Welk and his orchestra play the music of the Big Band Era and salute legendary friends, including Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Woody Herman, Duke Ellington, Count Basie and others. - Saturday at 7:00

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Sunday, March 6 - Saturday, March 12 LATE NIGHT 1:00 Mark Twain Part One (cc) TVPG HD 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc) 4:30 BBC World News

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PRIME TIME “Les Misérables” is a worldwide phenomenon that has played in 42 countries and been seen by nearly 60 million people. Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the legendary musical with Les Miserables 25th Anniversary Concert at the O2. - Sunday at 6:30

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Evening sponsored by Happy State Bank

12:00 Painting the Wyland Way: Live In Studio (cc) HD

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2:00 All Star Bluegrass Celebration 3:30 Rick Steves’ Viva Espana! (cc) HD 5:30 National Geographic Magazine’s Top 10 Photos of 2010 (cc) HD

PRIME TIME 6:30 Les Miserables in Concert The 25th anniversary production of LES MISÉRABLES, with glorious new staging and spectacular re-imagined scenery. (cc) HD 10:30 American Masters Carole King and James Taylor (cc) HD

LATE NIGHT 1:00 Lawrence Welk Show Songs from the Classics (cc) 2:00 Austin City Limits Aimee Mann and Iron & Wine (cc) TVPG HD 3:00 Independent Lens Me Facing Life: Cyntoia’s Story (cc) HD 4:00 Nature Drakensberg: Barrier of Spears (cc) TVPG HD

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7:00 Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Birth of Rock Theater Beethoven’s Last Night Beethoven’s best loved compositions with original music and arrangements. (cc) HD 8:00 Can You Dig It: Exploring and Growing at the Buried City Provides a look at, “The Buried City” near Perryton, the site of the first formal archeological expedition in Texas. (cc) HD 2 8:40 Natural Wonder of Texas: Palo Duro Canyon Perhaps the most significant feature of the Canyon is its impact on our Panhandle heritage. Follow the timeline from the Canyon’s prehistoric origins to its relevance today as a state park. (cc) HD 2 10:00 Best of Laugh-In Rowan and Martin’s Laughin was a comedy-variety program which changed television and became an important training ground for a generation of young writers and comic talent. (cc) HD 11:30 Kickstart Your Health with Dr. Neal Barnard (cc) HD

7:00 Best of Laugh-In The Best of Laugh-In features a cast reunion, highlights from the original telecasts, and never-before-seen bonus material. (cc) TVPG 8:30 American Masters: Carole King and James Taylor In the wake of the turbulent 1960s, a new style of song and songwriter came to the fore. Also features Randy Newman, Jackson Browne, Joni Mitchell and Cat Stevens. (cc) HD 10:30 New Play Piano in a Flash: 3 Steps to Piano Success (cc) HD

LATE NIGHT 12:30 Rick Steves’ Europe with Abandon! (cc) HD 1:00 Antiques Roadshow Palm Springs, Part 1 (cc) HD 2:00 Independent Lens Grey Gardens: from East Hampton to Broadway (cc) TV14 HD 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc) 4:30 BBC World News

Wednesday 9 Evening sponsored by Education Credit Union

PRIME TIME 7:00 John Wooden: Values, Victory, and Peace of Mind This program shares the compelling values-based philosophy of one of the 20th century’s most important sports figures. (cc)

8:30 All Star Bluegrass Celebration Brings together the best and the brightest of America’s most popular and enduring indigenous musical styles. (cc)

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

10:00 Weavers: Wasn’t That A Time Much of what became the folk-music revival of the late 1950s and early 1960s began in the late 1940s with a group called The Weavers. Made up of Lee Hays, Ronnie Gilbert, Fred Hellerman, and Pete Seeger. (cc)

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LATE NIGHT 12:00 National Geographic Magazine’s Top 10 Photos of 2010 (cc) HD 1:00 Cities of Light: The Rise and Fall of Islamic Spain (cc) TVPG HD

4:30 BBC World News

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7:00 Washington Week (cc) HD 7:30 Need to Know (cc) HD 8:30 Behind The Britcom: from Script to Screen Join hosts Moira Brooker and Philip Bretherton from As Time Goes By as they take you inside the hearts and minds of the writers, producers and actors that have brought you many of your favorite British comedies. (cc)

8:00 All Star Bluegrass Celebration Hosts Ricky Skaggs and Bill Monroe welcome Vince Gill, Earl Scruggs, Alison Krauss, Patty Loveless, Travis Tritt and Nickel Creek. 9:30 Natural Wonder of Texas: Palo Duro Canyon Perhaps the most significant feature of the Canyon is its impact on our Panhandle heritage. Follow the timeline from the Canyon’s prehistoric origins to its relevance today as a state park. (cc) HD 2 11:00 Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics - The Sixties (cc)

LATE NIGHT

10:30 Rick Steves’ Viva Espana! (cc) HD

1:00 McLaughlin Group (cc)

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

LATE NIGHT

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

12:30 Great Performances Billy Joel at Shea Stadium (cc) HD

2:00 Independent Lens Grey Gardens: from East Hampton to Broadway (cc) TVPG HD

4:30 BBC World News

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1:30 European Journal (cc)

2:30 This Old House Hour (cc) HD 3:30 Charlie Rose (cc)

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4:30 BBC World News

7:00 Great Performances Billy Joel at Shea Stadium Shortly before the demolition of New York City’s Shea Stadium in July 2008, superstar Billy Joel performed two farewell concerts at the historic arena. (cc) HD

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MORNING 9:00 Brain Fitness: Peak Performance (cc) HD 10:30 Eat & Cook Healthy! With Dr. John La Puma (cc) TVPG HD

12:00 America’s Home Cooking: Chocolate (cc) HD

10:30 Suze Orman’s Money Class HD

3:00 Car Care for Everyone with Pat Goss (cc) HD

LATE NIGHT

4:30 Lawrence Welk’s Big Band Splash HD

12:00 Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Birth of Rock Theater (cc) HD

PRIME TIME

2:00 Illicit: The Dark Trade (cc) TVPG HD

3:30 Need to Know (cc) HD 4:30 European Journal (cc)

9:00 Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio Crosby, Stills and Nash, Grace Slick, Bob Weir and legendary disc jockeys discuss rock radio. (cc)

1:00 NOVA Car of the Future (cc) HD

3:00 Washington Week (cc) HD

AFTERNOON

6:30 Daniel O’Donnell at Home in Ireland Daniel sings familiar Irish tunes and American favorites and visits beautiful sites across Ireland. (cc)

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc) (cc) Closed Captioned • HD High Definition • 2 Local Production

Visit an area of land near Perryton known as The Buried City. Can You Dig It?: Exploring and Growing at the Buried City offers a real world model of the importance of preserving the past in order to know more about the future. A KACV original production. - Monday at 8:00

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Sunday, March 13 - Saturday, March 19 1:00 Mark Twain, Part Two (cc) TVPG 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc) 4:30 BBC World News

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Jerusalem: Center of the World draws on religious texts, the science of archaeology and oral traditions passed on through millennia to try to determine why this small city has occupied the minds of so many for so long. - Monday at 8:00

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AFTERNOON 12:00 Can You Dig It?: Exploring and Growing at the Buried City (cc) HD 2 12:40 New Play in a Flash: 3 Steps to Piano Success Scott “The Piano Guy” Houston inspires beginners to enjoy happy, fulfilling music-making. (cc) HD 2:40 Great Performances Billy Joel at Shea Stadium (cc) HD 4:40 John Wooden: Values, Victory, and Peace of Mind (cc)

PRIME TIME 6:10 Suze Orman’s Money Class HD 8:10 Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Birth of Rock Theater Beethoven’s Last Night Beethoven’s best loved compositions with original music and arrangements. (cc) HD 9:10 Best of Laugh-In Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In changed television and became an important training ground for a generation of young writers and comic talent. The Best of Laugh-In features a cast reunion, highlights from the original telecasts and never-before-seen bonus material. (cc) TVPG HD

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10:40 American Masters Carole King and James Taylor (cc) HD

LATE NIGHT 1:00 Lawrence Welk Show U.S. Tour (cc)

7:00 The Street Stops Here Bob Hurley, Sr. inspired teen athletes and became the nation’s best high school basketball coach. (cc) TVPG-L HD 8:30 Independent Lens Art & Copy Reveals the work and wisdom of some of the most influential advertising creatives of our time. (cc) TVPG HD 10:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

2:00 Austin City Limits Bettye Lavette and Pinetop Perkins (cc) TVPG HD

11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc)

3:00 Independent Lens Grey Gardens: from East Hampton to Broadway (cc) TV14 HD

LATE NIGHT

4:00 NOVA Car of the Future (cc) HD

1:00 Jerusalem: Center of the World (cc) TVPG HD

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PRIME TIME 7:00 Antiques Roadshow Palm Springs, Part 2 Discoveries include a dress that was sewn onto Marilyn Monroe for her role in “Some Like It Hot.” (cc) HD 8:00 Jerusalem: Center of the World A concise history of the Holy City at the center of Christianity, Islam and Judaism is presented. (cc) TVPG HD 10:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc) 11:30 BBC World News

LATE NIGHT 12:00 Nature Silence of the Bees, Part 2 (cc) HD

11:30 BBC World News

12:00 Antiques Roadshow Palm Springs, Part 2 (cc) HD

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc) 4:30 BBC World News

Wednesday 16 PRIME TIME 7:00 Nature Silence of the Bees Scientists race to discover the cause of the ecological disaster of recent massive bee dieoffs. (cc) HD 8:00 NOVA Alien from Earth The discovery of tiny and bizarre human fossil bones in an Indonesian cave site has sparked debate. (cc) TVPG HD

9:00 Eden at the End of the World Tracks several species that call the extreme wilderness environment of Patagonia their home. (cc) TVPG HD 10:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

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7:00 Washington Week (cc) HD

7:00 Lawrence Welk Show Tribute to Jerome Kern “I Won’t Dance,” “You Couldn’t Be Cuter,” “Old Man River” and “Pick Yourself Up” are performed. (cc)

7:30 Need to Know (cc) HD 9:00 As Time Goes By (cc)

11:30 BBC World News

LATE NIGHT 12:00 The Street Stops Here (cc) TVPG-L HD 1:30 Independent Lens Art & Copy (cc) TVPG HD 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

9:30 Last of the Summer Wine Elegy for Small Creature and Track Bike (cc) 10:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc) 11:30 BBC World News

LATE NIGHT

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

12:00 Austin City Limits Bettye Lavette and Pinetop Perkins (cc) TVPG HD

4:30 BBC World News

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8:30 European Journal (cc)

11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc)

Thursday

Friday

1:00 Overheard with Evan Smith Amanda Hesser - Food Writer (cc) TVPG

8:00 Classic Gospel Beloved songs include “The Old Rugged Cross,” “At Calvary” and “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.” (cc) 9:00 Are You Being Served? New Look 9:30 Are You Being Served? No Sale 10:00 Austin City Limits Patty Griffin and Friends (cc) TVPG HD 11:00 Independent Lens Art & Copy (cc) TVPG HD

7:00 Austin City Limits Bettye Lavette and Pinetop Perkins The R and B veteran sings songs from “The Scene of the Crime.” The pianist performs blues classics. (cc) TVPG HD

1:30 Texas Parks and Wildlife (cc) TVPG HD

LATE NIGHT

2:00 This Old House Hour (cc) HD

1:30 European Journal (cc)

8:00 Overheard with Evan Smith Guest is food writer, Amanda Hesser (cc) TVPG

4:30 BBC World News

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

12:30 Need to Know (cc) HD 2:00 Nature Drakensberg: Barrier of Spears (cc) TVPG HD 3:00 Washington Week (cc) HD 3:30 Need to Know (cc) HD 4:30 European Journal (cc)

8:30 Texas Parks and Wildlife (cc) TVPG HD 9:00 This Old House Hour (cc) HD 10:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc) 11:30 BBC World News

LATE NIGHT 12:00 Nature Silence of the Bees (cc) HD 1:00 NOVA Alien from Earth (cc) TVPG HD 2:00 Eden at the End of the World (cc) TVPG HD 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc) 4:30 BBC World News

The Street Stops Here is a portrait of the nation’s best high school basketball coach, Bob Hurley Sr., and his career-long struggle to inspire and motivate those around him in order to keep the doors of an inner-city Catholic school open. - Tuesday at 7:00

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Sunday, March 20 - Saturday, March 26 11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc) 11:30 BBC World News

LATE NIGHT 12:00 Nature Crash: A Tale of Two Species (cc) HD

Chicago Symphony Orchestra Conductor Emeritus Pierre Boulez leads the Windy City’s internationally renowned orchestra in Gustav Mahler’s “Symphony No. 7” on Great Performances. - Sunday at 8:00

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AFTERNOON 12:00 Best of the Joy of Painting Trace of Spring (cc) 12:30 Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art Study Painting III (cc) 1:00 Katie Brown Workshop Under The Tuscan Sun (cc) HD 1:30 Scrapbook Memories Decorative Edges: The Revival of Edging (cc) 2:00 Mark Twain Part One (cc) TVPG 4:00 Brain Injury Dialogs (cc) HD 5:00 America’s Heartland (cc) 5:30 Rick Steves’ Europe Greece’s Peloponnese (cc) HD 6:00 Sherlock Holmes The Man with the Twisted Lip A suburban husband fails to return from the city. It seems his daily routine isn’t what it appears. (cc)

PRIME TIME 7:00 Nature Crash: A Tale of Two Species The story of the fabric of life and how every species is interconnected, each one important. (cc) HD 8:00 Great Performances Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Pierre Boulez Conducts The Windy City’s internationally renowned orchestra performs Gustav Mahler’s “Symphony No. 7.” (cc) HD

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9:30 The Aviators Women in Aviation (cc) HD

1:00 Great Performances Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Pierre Boulez Conducts (cc) HD 2:30 The Aviators (cc) HD Women in Aviation (cc) HD 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

10:00 Global Voices Paper Words/Point of Entry (cc) TVPG

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc) 4:30 BBC World News

11:00 Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack (cc)

Tuesday

11:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly (cc)

PRIME TIME

LATE NIGHT 12:00 Lawrence Welk Show Tribute to Jerome Kern (cc) 1:00 Classic Gospel (cc) 2:00 Austin City Limits Patty Griffin and Friends (cc) TVPG HD 3:00 Independent Lens Art & Copy (cc) TVPG HD 4:30 Yellowstone: Land to Life (cc) HD

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PRIME TIME 7:00 Antiques Roadshow Palm Springs, Part 3 A 1956 signed photo of a guest with baseball greats Jackie Robinson and Roy Campanella is featured. (cc) HD 8:00 A Class Apart: American Experience The story of MexicanAmerican lawyers who took a small-town murder case to the Supreme Court. (cc) TVPG-L HD 9:00 Way of the Warrior Examines the bravery of Native American veterans who valiantly served in the United States military. (cc) TVPG HD 10:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

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7:00 Who Does She Think She Is? This film follows four diverse female artists as they navigate the economic, psychological and spiritual challenges of making work outside the elite art world. (cc) HD 8:00 Globe Trekker Madrid City Guide The art at the Prado, El Rastro the city’s flea market and Spanish Civil War landmarks are visited. (cc) 9:00 Frontline The Suicide Tourist A revealing look inside Dignitas, a non-profit in Switzerland that helps people end their own lives. (cc) TVPG 10:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc) 11:30 BBC World News

LATE NIGHT 12:00 Antiques Roadshow Palm Springs, Part 3 (cc) HD 1:00 A Class Apart: American Experience (cc) TVPG-L HD 2:00 Way of the Warrior (cc) TVPG HD 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

4:30 BBC World News

8:30 Texas Parks and Wildlife (cc) TVPG HD

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9:00 This Old House Hour (cc) HD

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10:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

7:00 400 Years of the Telescope Focuses on the telescope’s impact on astronomy and the three historical periods in its development. (cc) HD

11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc) 11:30 BBC World News

LATE NIGHT 12:00 400 Years of the Telescope (cc) HD

8:00 NOVA Hunting The Edge of Space - The Mystery of the Milky Way Examine how the telescope has fundamentally changed our understanding of our place in the universe. (cc) HD

1:00 NOVA Hunting the Edge of Space - The Mystery of the Milky Way (cc) HD

9:00 NOVA Hunting the Edge of Space - The Ever Expanding Universe A look at how the telescope revolutionized human thought across science, philosophy and religion. (cc) HD

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

10:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

2:00 NOVA Hunting the Edge of Space - The Ever Expanding Universe (cc) HD 4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc) 4:30 BBC World News

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7:00 Lawrence Welk Show 25th Anniversary Show (cc) 8:00 Classic Gospel John Starnes performs “Let’s All Go Down To The River.” Anthony Burger’s piano work dazzles. (cc) 9:00 Are You Being Served? Top Hat and Tails 9:30 Are You Being Served? Forward, Mr. Grainger 10:00 Austin City Limits Foo Fighters The Grammy winners rock the stage with songs from their album, “Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace.” (cc) TVPG HD 11:00 Independent Lens Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai Maathai lead rural Kenyan women to plant trees to address the problems from a degraded environment. (cc) TVPG HD

LATE NIGHT

11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc)

7:00 Washington Week (cc) HD

11:30 BBC World News

7:30 Need to Know (cc) HD

12:00 Washington Week (cc) HD

LATE NIGHT

8:30 European Journal (cc)

12:30 Need to Know (cc) HD

12:00 Who Does She Think She Is? (cc) HD

9:00 As Time Goes By

1:30 European Journal (cc)

1:00 Globe Trekker Madrid City Guide (cc)

9:30 Last of the Summer Wine The Crowcroft Challenge (cc)

2:00 Nature Crash: A Tale of Two Species (cc) HD

2:00 Frontline (cc)

10:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc)

3:00 Washington Week (cc) HD

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

11:30 BBC World News

LATE NIGHT

4:30 BBC World News

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3:30 Need to Know (cc) HD 4:30 European Journal (cc)

12:00 Austin City Limits Patty Griffin and Friends (cc) TVPG HD 1:00 Overheard with Evan Smith (cc) TVPG

7:00 Austin City Limits Patty Griffin and Friends The songwriter sings original and classic gospel numbers with Emmylou Harris and Shawn Colvin. (cc) TVPG HD

1:30 Texas Parks and Wildlife (cc) TVPG HD

8:00 Overheard with Evan Smith Howard Dean - Former Governor of Vermont and Former Chair of the DNC (cc) TVPG

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

2:00 This Old House Hour (cc) HD 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

4:30 BBC World News

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From Galileo to today’s quests to discover new worlds in the universe, KACV presents three programs about our fascination with the heavens. Watch 400 Years of the Telescope Wednesday at 7:00 and two episodes of NOVA at 8:00 and 9:00.

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Sunday, March 27 - Saturday, April 2 9:30 artZONE The “15 and 1” Photography Exhibit, The Woody Witt Jazz Combo and Don Williams reading his lyric poem “Wolfe.” (cc) HD 2 10:00 Charlie Rose (cc) HD 11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc)

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AFTERNOON 12:00 Best of the Joy of Painting Ebb Tide (cc) 12:30 Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art Study Painting IV (cc)

10:00 Global Voices My Country, My Country A sobering look at Iraq after the US-led invasion focuses on the 2005 national elections. (cc) TVPG

1:00 Katie Brown Workshop Kids Day (cc) HD

11:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly (cc)

1:30 Scrapbook Memories Favorite Childhood Memories (cc)

LATE NIGHT

2:00 Mark Twain Part Two (cc) TVPG

12:00 Lawrence Welk Show 25th Anniversary Show (cc) 1:00 Classic Gospel (cc)

4:00 400 Years of the Telescope (cc) HD

2:00 Austin City Limits Foo Fighters (cc) TVPG HD

5:00 America’s Heartland (cc) HD

3:00 Independent Lens Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai (cc) TVPG HD

5:30 Rick Steves’ Europe Copenhagen (cc) HD 6:00 Sherlock Holmes The Priory School The nine-year-old son of the wealthy Duke of Holdernesse has been abducted at the exclusive school. (cc)

PRIME TIME 7:00 Nature Outback Pelicans (cc) TVPG HD 8:00 Masterpiece Classic The 39 Steps A mining engineer is caught in a conspiracy after the death of a British spy found in his apartment. (cc) TVPG HD

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9:30 The Aviators Quesnel Air Show, Pilot Profile: John Lovelace (cc) HD

4:00 Ferrets: The Pursuit of Excellence (cc) TVPG HD 5:00 McLaughlin Group (cc)

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PRIME TIME 7:00 Antiques Roadshow Dallas, Part 1 Jaw-dropping finds include an 1847 painting by James Henry Beard entitled “The Illustrious Guest.” (cc) HD 8:00 Dolley Madison: American Experience Eve Best stars as the “first First Lady” who created a political and social style for the country. (cc) HD

12:00 Nature Outback Pelicans (cc) TVPG HD 1:00 Masterpiece Classic The 39 Steps (cc) TVPG HD 2:30 The Aviators Quesnel Air Show, Pilot Profile: John Lovelace (cc) HD 3:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc) 4:30 BBC World News

Tuesday

10:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc)

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

11:30 BBC World News

4:30 BBC World News

Wednesday 30 PRIME TIME

11:30 BBC World News

Masterpiece Classic: 39 Steps presents an adaptation of the popular John Buchan novel. On the eve of World War I, a mining engineer is caught up in a conspiracy following the death of a British spy. – Sunday at 8:00

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

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7:00 Nature Birds of the Gods Scientists undertake a grueling expedition to film the elusive birds in the New Guinean Rainforest. (cc) TVPG HD 8:00 NOVA The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies Journey into the fascinating world of the Monarch butterfly and explore its migratory odyssey. (cc) HD

7:00 Secrets of the Dead Herculaneum Uncovered Geo-archeologists chip away at soft rock to examine this city buried by a volcanic eruption. (cc) TVPG

12:00 Secrets of the Dead Herculaneum Uncovered (cc) TVPG

8:00 Globe Trekker South Africa 2 Explore the beaches of Cape Town, go on safari at Kruger National Park and visit Johannesburg. (cc)

3:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc) 11:30 BBC World News

LATE NIGHT 12:00 Antiques Roadshow Dallas, Part 1 (cc) HD 1:00 Dolley Madison: American Experience (cc) HD 2:30 artZONE (cc) HD 2

1:00 Globe Trekker South Africa 2 (cc) 2:00 Frontline (cc)

Friday

1

PRIME TIME Washington Week (cc) HD Need to Know (cc) HD European Journal (cc)

10:00 Charlie Rose (cc) 11:00 Tavis Smiley (cc)

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7:00 Lawrence Welk Show Easter (Joann Castle Interview) (cc)

10:00 Austin City Limits Jimmy Cliff (cc) TVPG HD 11:00 Independent Lens Pushing the Elephant When civil war came to Rose’s Congolese village, she was separated from her five-year-old daughter. Rose managed to escape with nine of her 10 children and was eventually resettled in Phoenix. More than a decade later, mother and daughter are reunited in the U.S. (cc) TVPG HD

LATE NIGHT

LATE NIGHT

12:30 Need to Know (cc) HD

1:00 Tricks of the Trade - Outsmarting Investment Fraud (cc) HD

4:30 BBC World News

PRIME TIME

11:30 BBC World News

12:00 Austin City Limits Foo Fighters (cc) TVPG HD

4:00 Nightly Business Report (cc)

2

2:00 Journey to Planet Earth 8:00 Classic Gospel (cc) Plan B: Mobilizing to Save Civilization (cc) TVPG HD 9:00 Are You Being Served? Fire Practice 3:30 Charlie Rose (cc) 9:30 Are You Being Served? 4:30 BBC World News Fifty Years On

9:30 Last of the Summer Wine Must Be Good Dancer (cc)

LATE NIGHT

10:00 Charlie Rose (cc)

1:00 NOVA The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies (cc) HD

9:00 As Time Goes By (cc)

11:30 BBC World News

Thusday

Saturday

12:00 Nature Birds of the Gods (cc) TVPG HD

7:00 9:00 Journey to Planet Earth Plan B: Mobilizing to Save 7:30 Civilization (cc) TVPG HD 8:30 10:30 Charlie Rose (cc)

PRIME TIME

9:00 Frontline Money and March Madness An inside look at the multi-billion dollar business of the NCAA and its brand of amateur college sports. (cc)

4:30 BBC World News

LATE NIGHT

2:00 This Old House Hour (cc) HD

1:30 European Journal (cc) 2:00 Nature Outback Pelicans (cc) HD 3:00 Washington Week (cc) HD 3:30 Need to Know (cc) HD 4:30 European Journal (cc)

PRIME TIME 7:00 Austin City Limits Foo Fighters The Grammy winners rock the stage with songs from their album, “Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace.” (cc) TVPG HD 8:00 Tricks of the Trade – Outsmarting Investment Fraud Learn how to protect yourself and loved ones from investment scams. (cc) HD 9:00 This Old House Hour (cc) HD

Tricks of the Trade: Outsmarting Investment Fraud reveals the five most common persuasion tactics of con artists and the underlying psychologies of financial scams. – Thursday at 7:00

(cc) Closed Captioned • HD High Definition • 2 Local Production

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