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Solving Crimes in Britain—page 8

Fairytales for Preschoolers—page 9

Chicago’s Forest Preserves—page 15


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6:00

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TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

AM

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Classical Stretch

6:30

Body Electric

7:00

Wai Lana Yoga

7:30

Sit and Be Fit

8:00

Cyberchase

8:30

Ready, Jet, Go!

9:00

Wild Kratts

9:30

Sesame Street

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Sesame Street

Ribert & Robert’s WonderWorld (except 5/13) Splash and Bubbles

Sid the Science Kid Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

Bob the Builder

Curious George

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

Twice as Good

1001 Nights

Doctor Who Classics: Peter Davison

Odd Squad Cyberchase Ready, Jet, Go!

10:00

Dinosaur Train (except 5/29)

10:30

Curious George

Mid-American Gardener

Changing Seas (5/21, 5/28)

11:00

Splash and Bubbles

Garden Smart

Pritzker Military Presents

11:30

Peg + Cat

12:00

PM

12:30

Super Why!

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home British Antiques Roadshow

Thomas & Friends

This Old House

Justice and Law Weekly

Charlie Rose: The Week

1:00

The Best of the Joy of Painting

Sewing with Nancy

Well Read

Quilting Arts

The Beauty of Oil Painting

The American Woodshop

Black America

1:30

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

Fit 2 Stitch

Between the Lines

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

Beads, Baubles, and Jewels

Rough Cut

Closer to Truth

2:00

Painting and Travel

It’s Sew Easy

Martha Bakes

Knit and Crochet Now! Scrapbook Soup

Drexel Interview

2:30

Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul

Ciao Italia

Mexico: One Plate at a Time

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

For Your Home

The Woodwright’s Shop Woodsmith Shop

3:00

Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup

BBQ with Franklin (5/2, 5/9, 5/16)

Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking

Lidia’s Kitchen

New Scandinavian Cooking

3:30

Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen

The Mind of a Chef

Baking with Julia

Simply Ming

America’s Test Kitchen Ask This Old House

4:00

NHK Newsline

4:30

DW News

5:00

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack

To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

This Is America and the World

5:30

Outdoor Wisconsin Washington Week Focus on Europe

Asia Insight

Antiques Roadshow

The Six Queens of Henry VIII (5/20, 5/27)

Charlie Rose

6:30 7:00

MotorWeek

7:30

Autoline This Week

8:00

Wild South America (5/1, 5/8, 5/15)

Antiques Roadshow

Ordinary Lies (5/2, 5/9, 5/16)

The Blue Planet (5/15, 5/22, 5/29)

Dickensian (5/16, 5/23, 5/30)

Ultimate Restorations (5/21, 5/28) Second Opinion

Afterlife (except 5/27)

Masterpiece Mystery! Foyle’s War (except 5/28)

The Kate

Ballyfin: Portrait of an Irish Country House (5/20 only)

Two for the Road (5/24, 5/31)

British Antiques Roadshow

David Holt’s State of Music (5/19, 5/26)

Rick Steves’ Europe

Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour

Theater Talk

10:00

DW News / The Day (except 5/8)

10:30

Tavis Smiley

In the Loop

Austin City Limits

The Red Green Show (except 5/26)

Globe Trekker (except 5/17)

On Story

Mountain Gorilla (5/7, 5/14)

In the Loop

9:30

Growing a Greener World

Father Brown

Born to Explore

Travels with Darley (except 5/17)

8:30

Life on the Line

Articulate with Jim Cotter

Nightly Business Report

6:00

9:00

Born to Explore

Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

Theater Talk (except 5/28)

Doctor Who: Tom Baker Movies

Independent Lens (except 5/28)

Sun Studio Sessions (except 5/27)

Grey Glory (5/28 only)

11:00 Charlie Rose

11:30 Children’s

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General

How-to

Drama

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Cesar Rodriguez - Creative Services Director

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Cover Story

Sybil Berry - Manager, Education and Outreach Services

The Blue Planet

Michael McKenna - Manager, Programming Alisa Clark - Membership Coordinator

• Where to Get Your News • Discovering Your Inner Journalist

WYCC PBS Chicago is located at Kennedy-King College 6258 S. Union Ave., Chicago, IL 60621 Telephone: 773-224-3300 Membership Department: 773-487-1350 http://www.wycc.org

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Celebrate the colorful and flavorful cuisine of Lebanon in Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen, airing Mondays at 3:30 p.m. The New York native shares an authentic array of original recipes, including lamb kebabs.

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FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

Beyond the Beltway with Bruce DuMont

Democracy Now!

Democracy Now!

Democracy Now!

Democracy Now!

Democracy Now!

The Kate (except 5/28)

1:00

Washington Week

Nature’s Miracle Orphans (5/23, 5/30)

Ordinary Lies (except 5/31)

Rick Steves’ Europe

Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour

In the Loop

Austin City Limits

1:30

Black America

2:00

Classic Gospel

12:00 12:30

2:30 3:00 3:30

Masterpiece Mystery! Born to Explore Foyle’s War (except 5/9) (5/8, 5/15, 5/22) Articulate with Jim Cotter Antiques Roadshow

4:00 4:30

Chicago’s True Nature: The Forest Preserves of Cook County (5/9 only)

Theater Talk (5/8, 5/15, 5/22)

British Antiques Roadshow

Globe Trekker (except 5/18)

WYCC Classic Movies

WYCC Classic Movies

Stories of the Mind

Stories of the Mind

Everest: A Climb for Peace (5/13 only)

Scully: The World Show

Theater Talk Independent Lens (except 5/31)

Mountain Gorilla (except 5/25)

Changing Seas (5/25 only)

Reel South (5/3, 5/24)

Father Brown

The Doctor Blake Mysteries (5/5, 5/12)

Great Decisions in Foreign Policy (except 5/7)

MN Originals (5/3 only) Roadtrip Nation

5:00 5:30

The Body Farm (5/3, 5/10)

Travels with Darley

Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking

Business First AM MotorWeek

Children’s

Consuelo Mack WealthTrack

Comedy

General

To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

How-to

This Is America and the World

Drama

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Asia Insight

Local

Pritzker Military Presents

Music Voyager

News/Talk

Travel

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Lisa Charleyboy is Urban Native Girl (airing Tuesdays at 10 p.m. and Sundays at 4:30 p.m.). She is a fashionista, entrepreneur, and urban Indigenous innovator in Canada.

FNX: First Nations Experience gives voice to the stories of Native American and indigenous peoples around the world through documentaries, entertainment, news, family programs, and much more­—24 hours a day on WYCC 20.2. Please visit wycc.org/schedule for the current full schedule.

First Nations Experience May at-a-glance MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY FNX Documentary

6:00 6:30

SUNDAY FNX Documentary

FNX Documentary

7:00 7:30 8:00

Fish Out of Water (except 5/1)

8:30

Vitality Health

9:00

Wakanheja

9:30

Bizou

10:00

Tiga Talk

10:30

Tansi! Nehiyawetan

11:00

Wapos Bay

11:30

Art Zone

12:00 PM

Finding Our Talk

12:30

Cooking with the Wolfman

1:00

The Creative Native

1:30

First Talk

2:00

Fish Out of Water Vitality Health

Wakanheja

Wakanheja

Lakota Berenstain Bears

Lakota Berenstain Bears

Tiga Talk

Tiga Talk

Yamba’s Playtime

Yamba’s Playtime

Guardians

Guardians

Kagagi: The Raven

Kagagi: The Raven

Finding Our Talk

Finding Our Talk

Cooking with the Wolfman

Cooking with the Wolfman

The Creative Native

The Creative Native

First Talk

First Talk

FNX Documentary

Mirando desde Nuestras Raices: Looking from Our Roots

Seasoned with Spirit

Storytellers in Motion (except 5/7)

FNX Documentary

2:30 3:00

Fish Out of Water Vitality Health

Ravens and Eagles

Samaqan Water Stories

Ravens and Eagles

Samaqan Water Stories

Ravens and Eagles

4:00

Vitality Health

Working It Out Together Native Report (except 5/6) Sivummut: Going Forward Seasoned with Spirit

4:30

From the Spirit

People of the Pines

Urban Native Girl

Making Regalia

FNX Documentary

3:30

Vitality Gardening

5:00

The Creative Native

5:30

Common Ground

Cooking with the Wolfman

6:00

Working It Out Together

Indian Pride

On Native Ground

Indian Pride

Storytellers in Motion

The Other Side

6:30

Sivummut: Going Forward

Aboriginal Adventures

Common Ground

Down the Mighty River

On Native Ground

Indians and Aliens

Native Report

People of the Pines

Making Regalia

People of the Pines

Make Prayers to the Raven

7:00 7:30

Indigenous Focus

First Talk

8:00 FNX Documentary

8:30 9:00

Wapos Bay

Dab Iyiyuu Osiyo: Voices of the Cherokee People

Native Voice TV

Native Report

On Native Ground

Hit the Ice

Aboriginal Adventures

Fish Out of Water

Fish Out of Water

10:00

The Other Side

Urban Native Girl

Moose T.V.

Native Shorts

The Aux

Mixed Blessings

Native Shorts (except 5/7)

10:30

Indians and Aliens

Hit the Ice

Indigenous Focus

Rez Rides (except 5/4)

Champions of the North (5/5 only)

Moose T.V.

The Aux (except 5/7)

FNX Documentary

FNX Documentary

9:30

Fish Out of Water

11:00

FNX Documentary

11:30

Children’s

News/Talk

General

Films/Documentaries

How-to

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Sarah’s Music, airing Sundays at 4:15 p.m., is dedicated to the rich diversity of classical music. Sarah Willis presents concert highlights and goes behind the scenes.

WYCC is proud to present news, perspectives, and entertainment from around the globe to its diverse audience through MHz Worldview, airing 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on digital channel WYCC 20.3. Please visit wycc.org/schedule for the current full schedule.

MHz Worldview May at-a-glance MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

6:00

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

TBA

6:30 7:00

Euronews Live

7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00

TBA

9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00

China Report

11:30

Economy Report

12:00 PM

China Report

12:30

Economy Report

1:00

CNC World News

1:30 2:00

Economy Report DW News / Close Up / Shift

DW News / DocFilm

DW News / DocFilm

DW News / DocFilm

DW News / Europe in Concert

Global Ethics Forum

World Affairs Today

My India

2:30 3:00

DW News

3:30

The Day

DW News / Reporter

DW News / Interview

Eco @ Africa

Euromaxx

4:00

DW News / Reporters

DW News / Treasures of the World

DW News / Treasures of the World

DW News / Kino

DW News / Shift

DW News / Business

DW News / Sarah’s Music

4:30

Global 3000

Made in Germany

Conflict Zone

Quadriga

Focus on Europe

Arts.21

Tomorrow Today

Heavy Water War (5/19, 5/26)

Crime Scene Cleaner

Anno 1790

Tatort: Cologne

Miss Sophie’s Instinct

Agatha Christie’s Family Murder Party (5/7, 5/14)

Heavy Water War (5/19, 5/26)

Crime Scene Cleaner

Anno 1790

5:00 5:30 6:00

France 24 Programming

6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00

The Weissensee Saga

Corp + Anam

A French Village

The Charterhouse of Parma (5/23, 5/30)

Anti-Drug Squad

Don Matteo

8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00

Commander Hamilton (except 5/31)

Paris

Don Matteo

Anti-Drug Squad

10:30 11:00

The Weissensee Saga

Corp + Anam

11:30

Drama

World News/Talk

Sports

Ethnic

Films/Documentaries

Music

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t e n a l P e Th e Bl u Explore a part of our world that was mostly unseen and unknown—until now.

Two-thirds of the Earth is covered by water, yet we know more about far-reaching parts of outer space than we do about the deep blue. The Blue Planet, airing Mondays at 9 p.m. starting May 15, dives below the surface to show what we have been missing. The eight-part series focuses on different aspects of marine life in each episode. From the shallow coastlines to the darkest depths, The Blue Planet reveals the sea and its communities at their most fearsome and alluring. Meet creatures like orca whales, rockhopper penguins, and angler fish as they follow their instincts to survive. The Blue Planet took five years to complete. It went on to win several awards, including Best Documentary Series and Outstanding Cinematography. It was also nominated for five Emmy awards.

The Blue Planet

Open Ocean

Monday, May 15 at 9 p.m. The vast blue expanse dominates our planet but remains largely unexplored and mysterious. The oceans are governed by a complex system of biological and physical forces. This first episode demonstrates the sheer scale, power, and complexity of the “Blue Planet.”

Monday, May 29 at 9 p.m. Endless blue stretches in every direction. The sea bed is a staggering 8 kilometers down and the nearest island is 500 kilometers away. There is nothing but the burning sun above and the blackened abyss below. How, then, does life exist in this void?

The Deep Monday, May 22 at 9 p.m. Hundreds of feet below the surface lies a place of mountain ranges, perpetual night, pressure extremes, cold—and the weirdest life forms on our planet. Take a voyage into the unknown, where constant surprises are in store and a glow in the dark can mean different things.

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Monday

1:00 pm The Best of the Joy of Painting 1:30 pm Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Basket of Plenty—Part 5 2:00 pm Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Inside Passage 2:30 pm Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul Cooking from Le Pelican 3:00 pm Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup Budget-Friendly Bonanza 3:30 pm Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen Garden of Dreams 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm MotorWeek 7:30 pm Autoline This Week 8:00 pm Wild South America Andes The world’s longest mountain range stretches from the Equator almost to Antarctica. In this harsh, unforgiving landscape, wildlife fight for survival in the numbing cold. 9:00 pm Tigers About the House Episode 2 Sumatran tiger cubs Spot and Stripe are now eight weeks old and have started exploring Giles’ home. They have become a big handful and are being fed meat.

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Tuesday

1:00 pm Sewing with Nancy Quick Column Quilts—Part 3 1:30 pm Fit 2 Stitch Capes Fit for Any Fashion 2:00 pm It’s Sew Easy At the Beach 2:30 pm Ciao Italia Beans and Lentils / Fagiolo e Lenticchie 3:00 pm BBQ with Franklin Competition 3:30 pm The Mind of a Chef France

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4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm Antiques Roadshow Salt Lake City, UT—Hour Two 8:00 pm Ordinary Lies Episode 10 Forklift driver Wendy takes drastic measures to make sure her problem goes away. 9:00 pm The Body Farm Episode 5 Eve investigates the death of a prominent human rights lawyer killed in a domestic fire.

3 Wednesday 1:00 pm Well Read Miami Book Fair International—Part 2 1:30 pm Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Nelson Davis: The Wisdom of 1,000 Entrepreneurs 2:00 pm Martha Bakes Never Enough Cookies 2:30 pm Mexico: One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Tijuana Taco Crawl 3:00 pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Maui, Hawaii 3:30 pm Baking with Julia Charlotte Akoto 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm This Is America and the World 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm Born to Explore Tanzania: Summit on Mt. Kilimanjaro 7:30 pm Music Voyager Israel: Voices from the Desert 8:00 pm Rick Steves’ Europe Granada, Cordoba, and Spain’s Costa del Sol 8:30 pm Travels with Darley Illinois: Route 66 & Midewin 9:00 pm Globe Trekker Food Hour: Provence, France

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Thursday

1:00 pm Quilting Arts Quilts from Start to Finish 1:30 pm Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Farmer’s Wife Table Runner 2:00 pm Knit and Crochet Now! Vested Interest 2:30 pm Sara’s Weeknight Meals Mid-East Meets West 3:00 pm Lidia’s Kitchen Vegetable Favorites

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3:30 pm Simply Ming Hawai’i: Roy Yamaguchi and Alan Wong 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Focus on Europe 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm In the Loop 7:30 pm British Antiques Roadshow Towneley Hall 1 8:00 pm Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour Girl 9:30 pm Theater Talk

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Dennis Wholey MYSTERY! ENDEAVOUR MASTERPIECE

Girl Morse and Thursday investigate burgled gas meters, the sudden death of a young secretarial student, and a string of Post Office robberies.

Friday

1:00 pm The Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins 1:30 pm Beads, Baubles, and Jewels Beading Fitness Routine 2:00 pm Scrapbook Soup 3D Projects 2:30 pm For Your Home Backyard Living Spaces 3:00 pm New Scandinavian Cooking Fisherman’s Harbor 3:30 pm America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Baked Alaska Showstopper 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Asia Insight 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm The Red Green Show Guinness World Records 7:30 pm Bluegrass Underground Quebe Sisters 8:00 pm Austin City Limits Natalia Lafourcade / Grupo Fantasma 9:00 pm The Kate Darlene Love

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Saturday

10:30 am Mid-American Gardener 11:00 am Garden Smart 11:30 am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home No Passport Necessary 12:00 pm British Antiques Roadshow Towneley Hall 1 12:30 pm This Old House 1:00 pm The American Woodshop Garden Fan Trellis and Garden Gates 1:30 pm Rough Cut: Woodworking with Tommy Mac Fall Front Desk with Steve Brown 2:00 pm The Woodwright’s Shop Bowl Carving with Peter Follansbee 2:30 pm Woodsmith Shop Tambour Tool Cabinet 3:00 pm Born to Explore Scotland: Vikings, Puffins & Ponies 3:30 pm Ask This Old House

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4:00 pm Outdoor Wisconsin Dan Small reviews a Walleye Survey that was undertaken by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and talks to DNR Naturalist Randy Hetzel about Deer Mouse. 4:30 pm Washington Week 5:00 pm Antiques Roadshow Salt Lake City, UT—Hour Two 6:00 pm Making Tracks The Sunlander: Trains of Tropical Queensland 7:00 pm Father Brown The Rod of Asclepius A routine operation inexplicably goes wrong when Mrs. Garrity dies on the operating table. Nurse Fletcher comes to the conclusion that it was actually murder. 8:00 pm Afterlife Mind the Bugs Don’t Bite Alison is reenacting the same madness her mother experienced before her death and is on the verge of a complete breakdown. 9:00 pm The Doctor Blake Mysteries For Whom the Bell Tolls A fireman falls from the Ballarat Fire Station bell tower. What appears to be a suicide turns into a murder investigation of his colleagues. 10:00 pm Doctor Who: Tom Baker Movies The Deadly Assassin

MAKING TRACKS

The Sunlander: Trains of Tropical Queensland The trains that run between Brisbane and Cairns cut through rainforest and mountains, over flooding rivers and crocodile-infested swamps.

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10:30 am Start Up Red or Oyster White? 11:00 am Pritzker Military Presents 12:00 pm Charlie Rose: The Week 12:30 pm Justice and Law Weekly 1:00 pm Black America Black Women, Beauty, and Power with Vanessa De Luca 1:30 pm Closer to Truth What Is Causation? 2:00 pm Drexel Interview Camille Paglia and Laura Beth Nielsen—Part 1 2:30 pm Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Learning About Advanced Breast Cancer 3:00 pm Life on the Line Out of the Rubble 3:30 pm Growing a Greener World 4:00 pm The Crowd & The Cloud Viral vs. Virus 5:00 pm Second Opinion Tourette Syndrome 5:30 pm Articulate with Jim Cotter The Ghetto Potter 6:00 pm On Story Groundhog Day: Deconstructing the Comedy Classic 6:30 pm In the Loop 7:00 pm Mountain Gorilla Last Stand of the Silverback King Titus, the world’s best loved and best known silverback, finally meets his match—his own son, Rano. But just how far will Rano go to take his father’s crown? 8:00 pm Masterpiece Mystery! Foyle’s War The Eternity Ring 9:30 pm Theater Talk 10:00 pm Independent Lens The Last Laugh

Monday

1:00 pm The Best of the Joy of Painting 1:30 pm Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Backwater Swamps—Part 1 2:00 pm Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Sea Turtle 2:30 pm Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul Chef in Training 3:00 pm Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup Potluck 3:30 pm Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen It’s Taboulie Time 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm MotorWeek 7:30 pm Autoline This Week

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! FOYLE’S WAR

The Eternity Ring MI5 asks Foyle to investigate the possibility of a Russian spy network in the heart of London. Foyle learns that his former driver has been working for one of the suspects.

Weekdays 12 Noon

Super Why!

Four fairytale friends transform into reading-powered superheroes. The “Super Readers” jump into books to find answers to everyday preschool challenges.

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8:00 pm Wild South America Amazon Jungles The diversity of life is so great that in just two square miles, scientists have counted 3,000 varieties of plants, 530 types of birds, and 11 species of monkey. 9:00 pm Chicago’s True Nature: The Forest Preserves of Cook County See and learn about the benefits of nature, the impact of open land to our quality of life, and what lies ahead in the next century for one of the oldest and largest Forest Preserve systems.

WYCC PBS Chicago is committed to sharing educational content for the entire family. WYCC KIDS AND FAMILY provides learning experiences outside of the classroom with fun activities, events, recipes, and tips for parents. WYCC also supports lifelong learning through the wide variety of programming we air on topics ranging from science to art to history and much more. THOMAS & FRIENDS Weekdays 12:30PM Generations of children have been taken on adventures along the railways on the Island of Sodor. Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends create a strong community spirit through good manners and hard work.

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9 Tuesday 1:00 pm Sewing with Nancy Magic Patterns—Part 1 1:30 pm Fit 2 Stitch Zippers Here, There, Everywhere 2:00 pm It’s Sew Easy Get Comfortable 2:30 pm Ciao Italia Squash Gnocchi / Gnocchi di Zucca Gialla 3:00 pm BBQ with Franklin Pickin’ Beef 3:30 pm The Mind of a Chef Traditions 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm Antiques Roadshow Salt Lake City, UT—Hour Three 8:00 pm Ordinary Lies Episode 11 Fletch and his wife Caz are the rocksolid office couple, but then Caz oversteps the mark. 9:00 pm The Body Farm Episode 6 The team investigates the death of a man in an apparent robbery at a classic car garage.

Sundays 7PM starting May 21 Oxford University professor Marcus du Sautoy traces mankind’s journey from counting on our knuckles to developing units of measurement for time, length, mass, brightness, current, temperature, and moles. DICKENSIAN Tuesdays 9PM starting May 16 See Charles Dickens’ stories in a new light in this drama that brings together some of his most iconic characters, including the Havishams and the Cratchits. Their lives intertwine in nineteenth-century London.

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Salt Lake City, UT—Hour Three

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10 Wednesday 1:00 pm Well Read Elizabeth Strout: My Name Is Lucy Barton 1:30 pm Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Gillian Hadfield, PhD: Rules for a Flat World 2:00 pm Martha Bakes Pizza Dough 2:30 pm Mexico: One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Cooking on the Sea of Cortez 3:00 pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Anchorage, Alaska 3:30 pm Baking with Julia Marion Cunningham 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm This Is America and the World 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm Born to Explore Morocco: The Last Nomads 7:30 pm Music Voyager Israel: Songs from the Holy Land 8:00 pm Rick Steves’ Europe Andalucía, Gibraltar, and Tangier 8:30 pm Travels with Darley Illinois: Ottawa & Beyond 9:00 pm Globe Trekker Tough Boats: The Nile, Egypt

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Thursday

1:00 pm Quilting Arts Tradition with a Twist 1:30 pm Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Cross Road to Grandma’s House 2:00 pm Knit and Crochet Now! Mosaic Stitch Scarves 2:30 pm Sara’s Weeknight Meals Sam’s Simple Sauté 3:00 pm Lidia’s Kitchen Cheese 3:30 pm Simply Ming Robert Sisca 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Focus on Europe 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm In the Loop 7:30 pm British Antiques Roadshow Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 8:00 pm Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour Fugue A string of homicides continues with no end in sight. The entire police department is working around the clock, but Morse’s love of opera may be the key to stopping the killing. 9:30 pm Theater Talk

2:00 pm Scrapbook Soup Add-Ons 2:30 pm For Your Home What’s Cooking 3:00 pm New Scandinavian Cooking Hiker’s Food 3:30 pm America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Italian Chicken 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Asia Insight 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm The Red Green Show The Auto Club 7:30 pm Bluegrass Underground Railroad Earth 8:00 pm Austin City Limits Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters 9:00 pm The Kate Kiefer Sutherland

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Saturday

10:30 am Mid-American Gardener 11:00 am Garden Smart 11:30 am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Super Foods; Super Recipes 12:00 pm British Antiques Roadshow Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 12:30 pm This Old House 1:00 pm The American Woodshop Shop Tool Tray Bench for the Organized Work Space 1:30 pm Rough Cut: Woodworking with Tommy Mac Dog House with Al D’Attanasio 2:00 pm The Woodwright’s Shop Hollows & Rounds 2:30 pm Woodsmith Shop Layout & Measuring Tips & Tricks 3:00 pm Born to Explore Indonesia: Orangutans—People of the Forest 3:30 pm Ask This Old House

12 Friday 1:00 pm The Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins 1:30 pm Beads, Baubles, and Jewels Leatherworking

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4:00 pm Outdoor Wisconsin Dan Small gets an overview from fair director Andrew Perkins. Then Jeff Kelm fishes for bass with guide Andrew Ragas. Emmy Fink goes kayaking with the Tichigan Lake ‘Yakers. 4:30 pm Washington Week 5:00 pm Antiques Roadshow Chicago, IL—Hour Two 6:00 pm Making Tracks The Ghan: Through the Heart of Australia Travel nearly 3,000 kilometers from the bottom end of Australia to the very top, through the stunning red heart of this amazing continent. 7:00 pm Father Brown The Missing Man Milly is upset as her mother marries her father’s brother. However, she’s elated when the ceremony is interrupted by the return of her presumed dead RAF pilot father. 8:00 pm Afterlife Things Forgotten Robert is now able to make the final preparations for his own death. But there is still one person who doesn’t know about his tumor: Alison. 9:00 pm The Doctor Blake Mysteries The Visible World Blake takes a pistol to the Ballarat observatory to meet Major Alderton, who tries to blackmail him into returning to the army for service in the growing Indo-China war. 10:00 pm Doctor Who: Tom Baker Movies The Face of Evil

14 Sunday 10:30 am Start Up Reel in the Dust Bunnies 11:00 am Pritzker Military Presents 12:00 pm Charlie Rose: The Week 12:30 pm Justice and Law Weekly 1:00 pm Black America Social Media with Marcus Mabry 1:30 pm Closer to Truth Can Dualism Explain Consciousness? 2:00 pm Drexel Interview Camille Paglia and Laura Beth Nielsen—Part 2 2:30 pm Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Managing Female Stress Urinary Incontinence 3:00 pm Life on the Line End It Now 3:30 pm Growing a Greener World

4:00 pm The Crowd & The Cloud Citizens4Earth 5:00 pm Second Opinion Broken Heart Syndrome 5:30 pm Articulate with Jim Cotter Sugar Tongue Slim 6:00 pm On Story Planet of the Apes: Reimagining a Sci-Fi Franchise 6:30 pm In the Loop 7:00 pm Mountain Gorilla Safe in Our Hands See what the future holds for the remaining few hundred Mountain Gorillas. What is being done to try and make sure humans and gorillas can both continue to coexist? 8:00 pm Masterpiece Mystery! Foyle’s War The Cage An injured man drags himself to a hospital, only to die shortly after being found. Foyle discovers a military facility full of secrets that could threaten British Intelligence. 9:30 pm Theater Talk 10:00 pm Independent Lens National Bird

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Monday

1:00 pm The Best of the Joy of Painting 1:30 pm Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Backwater Swamps—Part 2 2:00 pm Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Todd’s General Store 2:30 pm Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul Autumn Leaves 3:00 pm Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup Chef’s Favorite 3:30 pm Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen Meet Me at the Market 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm MotorWeek 7:30 pm Autoline This Week 8:00 pm Wild South America Penguin Shores From the Falklands to the tropical Galapagos, the cold coastal currents create one of the richest marine ecosystems on Earth, with the highest densities of seabirds ever seen. 9:00 pm The Blue Planet The Blue Planet The oceans are an integral part of our lives. Their influence dominates the world’s weather systems. They support an enormous range of life, from whales to plankton.

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DOCTOR WHO: TOM BAKER MOVIES The Face of Evil

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1:00 pm Sewing with Nancy Magic Patterns—Part 2 1:30 pm Fit 2 Stitch Three Patterns, One Wardrobe 2:00 pm It’s Sew Easy Dress for the Weather: Layering 2:30 pm Ciao Italia Ciaramicola 3:00 pm BBQ with Franklin Leftovers

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DICKENSIAN

Episode 1 Amelia and Arthur Havisham gather to hear the reading of their father’s will. 3:30 pm The Mind of a Chef Locality 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm Antiques Roadshow Virginia Beach, VA—Hour One 8:00 pm Ordinary Lies Episode 12 Jenna’s life is turned upside down when her ex-con sister comes back on the scene. 9:00 pm Dickensian Episode 1

17 Wednesday 1:00 pm Well Read Timothy Egan: The Immortal Irishman 1:30 pm Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Dr. Deepak Chopra: You Are the Universe 2:00 pm Martha Bakes One-Bowl Desserts 2:30 pm Mexico: One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Presenting: World-Class Wines of Baja 3:00 pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking The Big Island, Hawaii 3:30 pm Baking with Julia Johanna Killeen 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm This Is America and the World 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report

DAVID HOLT’S STATE OF MUSIC Steep Canyon Rangers

6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm Born to Explore Chile: Flowering of the Llamas 7:30 pm Music Voyager Israel: Tel Aviv—Rocking Israel 8:00 pm Rick Steves’ Europe Oslo 8:30 pm Chicago’s True Nature: The Forest Preserves of Cook County See and learn about the benefits of nature, the impact of open land to our quality of life, and what lies ahead in the next century for one of the oldest and largest Forest Preserve systems.

18 Thursday 1:00 pm Quilting Arts Back to Basics 1:30 pm Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting A Formal Affair 2:00 pm Knit and Crochet Now! Artsy Afghans 2:30 pm Sara’s Weeknight Meals Trip to Spain 3:00 pm Lidia’s Kitchen My Favorite Braises 3:30 pm Simply Ming Jason Bond 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Focus on Europe 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm In the Loop 7:30 pm British Antiques Roadshow Retrospective 8:00 pm Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour Rocket A royal visit to a family-owned munitions factory begins as a proud occasion for the people of Oxford, but the joyous day ends with murder. 9:30 pm Theater Talk

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Friday

1:00 pm The Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins 1:30 pm Beads, Baubles, and Jewels Heirloom Cabochons 2:00 pm Scrapbook Soup Meeting of Art and Craft 2:30 pm For Your Home Crafty Ideas 3:00 pm New Scandinavian Cooking Bergen Food Renaissance 3:30 pm America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Autumn Desserts 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Asia Insight 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm The Red Green Show Too Much Information 7:30 pm David Holt’s State of Music Steep Canyon Rangers

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8:00 pm Austin City Limits Gary Clark, Jr. / Courtney Barnett 9:00 pm The Kate Mary Lambert

20 Saturday 10:30 am Mid-American Gardener 11:00 am Garden Smart 11:30 am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Leaders in the Field 12:00 pm British Antiques Roadshow Retrospective 12:30 pm This Old House 1:00 pm The American Woodshop Intarsia Flying Eagle Scrollsaw Folk Art with Scorched Wood Accents 1:30 pm Rough Cut: Woodworking with Tommy Mac Master Showcase with Tom McLaughlin 2:00 pm The Woodwright’s Shop Welsh Stick Chair 2:30 pm Woodsmith Shop Classic Sideboard 3:00 pm Born to Explore Canada: The Mighty Polar Bear Migration 3:30 pm Ask This Old House 4:00 pm Outdoor Wisconsin Dan Small drives a compact tractor in Washington County. Emmy Fink tours the Hidden Valley Mushroom Farm near Wisconsin Dells. Jeff Kelm explores the Northern Highlands Trail. 4:30 pm Washington Week 5:00 pm Antiques Roadshow Chicago, IL—Hour Three 6:00 pm The Six Queens of Henry VIII Episode 1 The teenage king falls in love with the beautiful princess Katherine of Aragon. When a younger rival appears, Katherine is cruelly rejected. But she refuses to go without a fight. 7:00 pm Father Brown The Resurrectionists A road accident ends with a motorcyclist, Alexander, being decapitated. Later, Alexander’s grave is found dug up—the coffin lies open and the body has vanished. 8:00 pm Afterlife A Name Written in Water Robert has collapsed and is in the intensive care unit, his heart having stopped momentarily the night before, precisely when Alison was visited by his spirit. 9:00 pm Ballyfin: Portrait of an Irish Country House 10:00 pm Doctor Who: Tom Baker Movies The Robots of Death

2:00 pm Drexel Interview Jennifer Shahade 2:30 pm Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Understanding Organ Donation & Transplantation 3:00 pm Life on the Line Baby Blue 3:30 pm Growing a Greener World 4:00 pm Ultimate Restorations Cangarda: The Last American Steam Yacht The last existing American stream yacht was nothing more than an eyesore stuck in the mud of the Boston harbor until Bob McNeil came to its rescue. 5:00 pm Second Opinion Down Syndrome 5:30 pm Articulate with Jim Cotter The Charming Incongruities of Kevin Barnes 6:00 pm On Story Dead Poets Society: Deconstructing the Acclaimed Classic 6:30 pm In the Loop 7:00 pm Precision: The Measure of All Things Time and Distance Hear the story of how a journey across France gave birth to the meter. Scientists today are continuing to redefine the measurement of time and length. 8:00 pm Masterpiece Mystery! Foyle’s War Sunflower Foyle is tasked with protecting a Nazi officer turned MI5 informant. As Foyle nears a solution to the case, the unfathomable truth of “Operation Sunflower” is revealed. 9:30 pm Theater Talk 10:00 pm Independent Lens The Prison in Twelve Landscapes

22 Monday 1:00 pm The Best of the Joy of Painting 1:30 pm Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Backwater Swamps—Part 3 2:00 pm Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Castillo de San Marcos 2:30 pm Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul La Cocina Ole

21 Sunday 10:30 am Changing Seas Living Fossils 11:00 am Pritzker Military Presents 12:00 pm Charlie Rose: The Week 12:30 pm Justice and Law Weekly 1:00 pm Black America #Blackperspectivesmatter with Tonya Pinkins 1:30 pm Closer to Truth Is Consciousness Ultimate Reality?

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BALLYFIN: PORTRAIT OF AN IRISH COUNTRY HOUSE

In 1823, an Anglo-Irish aristocrat built a magnificent mansion. For 100 years, it was a family home. In 2002, a businessman and art collector stepped in and has undertaken a restoration.

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Chicago’s True Nature: The Forest Preserves of Cook County The Forest Preserves of Cook County celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2015. See the sights and sounds within this system, which includes 70,000 acres of prairies, wetlands, marshes, and forests.

Monday, May 8 9PM • Wednesday, May 17 8:30PM • Sunday, May 28 10PM 3:00 pm Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup Party Foods 3:30 pm Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen Eggplant Extravaganza 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm MotorWeek 7:30 pm Autoline This Week 8:00 pm Nature’s Miracle Orphans Episode 1 9:00 pm The Blue Planet The Deep Fish with grotesquely cavernous mouths and cruel teeth lurk one kilometer below the surface. Any light is living light. All manner of primitive creatures crawl across the ooze.

23 Tuesday 1:00 pm Sewing with Nancy No-Hassle Triangles Quilt Blocks—Part 1 1:30 pm Fit 2 Stitch The Wrap Dress 2:00 pm It’s Sew Easy Keep Your Valuables Safe 2:30 pm Ciao Italia Sunday / La Domenica 3:00 pm Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen Garden of Dreams 3:30 pm The Mind of a Chef Documentation 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

NATURE’S MIRACLE ORPHANS Episode 1 Danny the koala needs around-the-clock care. Neil the wallaby may die from stress without a companion. Newbie the three-toed sloth battles with pneumonia. 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm Antiques Roadshow Virginia Beach, VA—Hour Two 8:00 pm By Any Means Episode 1 An innocent family is terrorized and their father murdered in cold blood. Ruthless criminal Nick Mason is behind it. But this “Teflon Man” walks free from his trial. 9:00 pm Dickensian Episode 2 The news of Jacob Marley’s murder filters through the Christmas Day celebrations.

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4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Focus on Europe 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm In the Loop 7:30 pm British Antiques Roadshow Royal Ballet School 8:00 pm Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour Home While studying for his upcoming sergeant’s exam, Morse investigates the hit-and-run death of an eminent Oxford professor. The pressure mounts with his father’s illness. 9:30 pm Theater Talk

26 Friday TWO FOR THE ROAD Journey to the End of the World

24 Wednesday 1:00 pm Well Read Ethan Canin: A Doubter’s Almanac 1:30 pm Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Dr. Judith Orloff: The Empath’s Survival Guide 2:00 pm Martha Bakes Layered Yeast Dough 2:30 pm Mexico: One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Eat Like a Local in Los Cabos 3:00 pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Nashville, Tennessee 3:30 pm Baking with Julia Leslie Mackie 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm This Is America and the World 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm Born to Explore South Africa: Saving the Mighty Rhino 7:30 pm Two for the Road Journey to the End of the World 8:00 pm Rick Steves’ Europe Norway’s West: Fjords, Mountains, and Bergen 8:30 pm Travels with Darley Guadeloupe Islands Caribbean Adventures 9:00 pm Globe Trekker Nigeria

1:00 pm The Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins 1:30 pm Beads, Baubles, and Jewels Bead Weaving 2:00 pm Scrapbook Soup It’s All in the Details 2:30 pm For Your Home Garage Apartment—Part 1 3:00 pm New Scandinavian Cooking Mountain Riches 3:30 pm America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Chinese Takeout, Revised 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Asia Insight 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm W1A Episode 1 7:30 pm David Holt’s State of Music Glencon Mill: Alice Gerrad, Rayna Gellert, Laurelyn Dossett 8:00 pm Austin City Limits Tedeschi Trucks Band 9:00 pm The Kate Maurice Hines

25 Thursday 1:00 pm Quilting Arts Collage with Fabric and Paper 1:30 pm Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Twilight in the Garden 2:00 pm Knit and Crochet Now! Dolly Long Legs 2:30 pm Sara’s Weeknight Meals Takeout Chinese at Home 3:00 pm Lidia’s Kitchen The Tomato 3:30 pm Simply Ming Louis DiBiccari 4:00 pm NHK Newsline

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W1A Episode 1 Ian Fletcher starts a new chapter in his life as head of values at the BBC. Nigel Trescott complains that Cornwall, and the Cornish, are shamefully underrepresented.

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Saturday

10:30 am Mid-American Gardener 11:00 am Garden Smart 11:30 am P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Facts of Life 12:00 pm British Antiques Roadshow Royal Ballet School 12:30 pm This Old House 1:00 pm The American Woodshop Shaker-Inspired Wall Rack 1:30 pm Rough Cut: Woodworking with Tommy Mac Patio Prep Station 2:00 pm The Woodwright’s Shop Welsh Stick Chair II 2:30 pm Woodsmith Shop Wide-Screen TV Cabinet 3:00 pm Born to Explore Tanzania: Summit on Mt. Kilimanjaro 3:30 pm Ask This Old House 4:00 pm Outdoor Wisconsin Dan Small fishes with Dumper Dan Sportfishing Charters of Sheboygan. Emmy Fink talks with members of the Nature Hill Middle School Ecology Club. Jeff Kelm visits Yerkes Observatory. 4:30 pm Washington Week 5:00 pm Antiques Roadshow Corpus Christi, TX—Hour One 6:00 pm The Six Queens of Henry VIII Epsiode 2 Henry’s obsession with Anne Boleyn soon darkens into jealousy. When rumors emerge that she has committed adultery and incest, she is condemned to death and beheaded. 7:00 pm Father Brown The Sins of the Father Robert Twyman received a letter urging confession of something he refuses to talk about. If he doesn’t confess, the letter claims his son will be murdered tonight. 8:00 pm Wallander Sidetracked

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2:30 p.m. Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul 3:00 p.m. Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup 3:30 p.m. Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen

TUESDAYS 2:30 p.m. Ciao Italia 3:00 p.m. BBQ with Franklin (May 2, 9 & 16) 3:30 p.m. The Mind of a Chef

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WEDNESDAYS 1937

2:00 p.m. Martha Bakes 2:30 p.m. Mexico: One Plate atInstitute a Time with Rick Bayless Washburne Culinary 3:00 p.m. Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking 3:30 p.m. Baking with Julia

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WALLANDER Sidetracked What connects the shocking suicide of a young woman and the vicious murder of a government minister? Wallander uncovers wrongdoing and corruption.

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Beyond the Beltway with Bruce DuMont Mondays at 12 midnight

National Perspectives

9:30 pm W1A Episode 1 Ian Fletcher starts a new chapter in his life as head of values at the BBC. Nigel Trescott complains that Cornwall, and the Cornish, are shamefully underrepresented. 10:00 pm Doctor Who: Tom Baker Movies The Talons of Weng-Chaing—Part 1

28 Sunday 10:30 am Changing Seas Biggest Fish in the Sea 11:00 am Pritzker Military Presents 12:00 pm Charlie Rose: The Week 12:30 pm Justice and Law Weekly 1:00 pm Black America Documenting Our Existence in Photography with Deborah Willis 1:30 pm Closer to Truth Death Disrupted? 2:00 pm Drexel Interview Edward G. Rendell with Richardson Dilworth 2:30 pm Healthy Body, Healthy Mind MDS: A Disease of Abnormal Blood Cell Levels 3:00 pm Life on the Line Armed for the Challenge 3:30 pm Growing a Greener World 4:00 pm Ultimate Restorations The Lysander: Canada’s Unsung Hero 5:00 pm Second Opinion Mystery Diagnosis IV 5:30 pm Articulate with Jim Cotter Scents and Sensibility 6:00 pm On Story Tommy Lee Jones: Bringing the Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada to Life 6:30 pm In the Loop

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Local Viewpoint

7:00 pm Precision: The Measure of All Things Mass and Moles In a vault beneath Paris lives the most important lump of metal in the world: Le Grand K. It’s the world’s master kilogram, the weight on which every other weight is based. 8:00 pm Eye on the Sixties: The Iconic Photography of Rowland Scherman The famed photojournalist reveals candid and insightful anecdotes from his storied career, reflects on his life and his legacy, and muses about his medium’s relevance in the digital age. 9:30 pm Pedro E. Guerrero: Portrait of an Image Maker He was the photographer for three of America’s most famous artists: architect Frank Lloyd Wright and sculptors Louise Nevelson and Alexander Calder. 10:00 pm Chicago’s True Nature: The Forest Preserves of Cook County See and learn about the benefits of nature, the impact of open land to our quality of life, and what lies ahead in the next century for one of the oldest and largest Forest Preserve systems.

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ULTIMATE RESTORATIONS

The Lysander: Canada’s Unsung Hero At the Vintage Wings Museum, restorers reconstruct this priceless spy plane, from the fabric-covered fuselage to the machine guns in its wheel spats, so it can once again demonstrate the unique landing and take-off capabilities that saved hundreds of lives.


2:00 pm It’s Sew Easy Traveling with Pets and Kids 2:30 pm Ciao Italia Festival of the Candles / La Festa dei Ceri 3:00 pm Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen It’s Taboulie Time 3:30 pm The Mind of a Chef Faviken 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm Antiques Roadshow Virginia Beach, VA—Hour Three 8:00 pm By Any Means Episode 2 9:00 pm Dickensian Episode 3 Bucket goes to see his old enemy Fagin, convinced he is involved in Marley’s murder.

BY ANY MEANS

Episode 2 A young girl is murdered in what is apparently an open-and-shut case. Helen works to prove that an innocent man has been set up by a disgruntled former policeman.

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Monday

1:00 pm The Best of the Joy of Painting 1:30 pm Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Backwater Swamps—Part 4 2:00 pm Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Hackberry on Rt. 66 2:30 pm Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul Cooking for the President 3:00 pm Delicious TV’s Vegan Mashup The Mediterranean Round-Up 3:30 pm Julie Taboulie’s Lebanese Kitchen Street Food Star: Shawarma 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report 6:00 pm Charlie Rose 7:00 pm MotorWeek 7:30 pm Autoline This Week 8:00 pm Nature’s Miracle Orphans Episode 2 Stacy is a baby wombat with a big personality. Al is a laidback anteater who needs to learn the knack of dealing with aggressive jungle ants. 9:00 pm The Blue Planet Open Ocean Half-moon fish pick off parasites from the bizarre sun-fish; loggerhead turtles nibble particles on a log; sardine, yellow-tails, and trigger-fish shelter under the flotsam.

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31 Wednesday 1:00 pm Well Read Eric Winer: The Georgraphy of Genius 1:30 pm Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Leonard Mlodinow, PhD: How Your Unconscious Mind Rules Your Behavior 2:00 pm Martha Bakes Pastry Cream 2:30 pm Mexico: One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless From Lobster to Chocolate Clams: A Delicious Feast in Magdalena Bay 3:00 pm Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Miami 1: Fruit and Spice Park 3:30 pm Baking with Julia David Ogonowski 4:00 pm NHK Newsline 4:30 pm DW News 5:00 pm This Is America and the World 5:30 pm Nightly Business Report Host 6:00 pm Charlie Rose Jane Goodall 7:00 pm Born to Explore England: The Queen’s Swan 7:30 pm Two for the Road Adventure in Antarctica 8:00 pm Rick Steves’ Europe Stockholm 8:30 pm Travels with Darley Maryland’s Eastern Shore 9:00 pm Globe Trekker Top 10 South American Adventures

Sewing with Nancy No-Hassle Triangles Quilt Blocks—Part 2 Fit 2 Stitch Sewing Myths

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WYCC PBS Chicago programming is supported in part by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, an agency of the State of Illinois.

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stationbreak Where to Get Your News News sources have become an important topic, with the phrase “fake news” being used often. WYCC PBS Chicago offers a variety of news programs that offer both local and global perspectives. NHK Newsline, airing weeksdays at 4 p.m., shares the latest from Asia and the rest of the world. The program is based in Japan, but their correspondents travel the globe to bring viewers news about what is happening now. DW News, airing weekdays at 4:30 p.m. and 10 p.m., has reports and interviews on a number of topics, including politics, business, sports, and culture. This program focuses mainly on Europe, but also touches on Asia, Africa, and other places where events are taking place.

This Is America and the World, airing Wednesdays at 5 p.m., focuses on international affairs. The show is produced in Washington, D.C., and New York City. It explores the cultural, political, and social lives of people around the world. In the Loop, airing Thursdays at 7 p.m. and Sundays at 6:30 p.m., is a WYCC original news program with a dynamic forum for discussion on current news issues. It provides a fresh perspective on trending topics and goes in-depth with thoughtful dialogues. Please see the listings for more information and additional news programs.

Discovering Your Inner Journalist There are English classes at the City Colleges of Chicago that prepare students for journalism and other forms of communications writing. Students learn how to write, edit, print, and circulate newspapers. They also have the opportunity to get real-world experience by writing for the school newspaper. Courses also explore the impact of journalism on today’s world. Please see the CCC Course Catalog for additional courses: http://www.ccc.edu/Pages/ course-catalog.aspx To enroll today or find more information on classes offered by each of the seven City Colleges, please visit

www.ccc.edu or call 773-COLLEGE (773-265-5343).

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ENGLISH 150 – College Newspaper News reporting and writing, feature writing, and makeup and editorial work. Students will carry out all the tasks involved in the writing, publication, and distribution of the college newspaper. ENGLISH 151 – News Reporting and Writing Survey of journalism, including news reporting and writing, feature writing, makeup and editorial work, and business and advertising problems. ENGLISH 152 – Introduction to Mass Communication Scope of modern journalism and dominant theories of communication; influences of the media in today’s society. ENGLISH 153 – Journalism Survey of print journalism, including news, editorial and feature writing, newspaper organization, copy editing, printing technology, and circulation. HUMANITIES 203 – Arts of Contemporary America Analysis and evaluation of major art forms of today: film, television, poster art, journalism, poetry, fiction, painting, and music.

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ONE-MINUTE BIOGRAPHY with

Rowland Scherman

Rowland Scherman started his photography career in 1961, when he became the first photographer for the Peace Corps. President John F. Kennedy, who signed an executive order to establish the Peace Corps, was photographed by Scherman when meeting with volunteers that year. Scherman became a freelance photographer in 1963. He evolved into a photojournalist, with his images appearing in a number of high-profile magazines, including Life, National Geographic, Time, and Playboy. His photographs captured some of the most important moments of the 1960s. Scherman traveled with Bobby Kennedy during his presidential campaign. He was also at the Beatles’ first concert in the United States and photographed Woodstock. His camera clicked through the March on Washington. Today, Scherman lives on Cape Cod and still takes photographs. Hear directly from Scherman during Eye on the Sixties: The Iconic Photography of Rowland Scherman, airing Sunday, May 28 at 8 p.m. on WYCC PBS Chicago.

WYCC PBS Chicago offers teachers of different grade levels an excellent selection of highinterest, educationally rich programs for students, along with accompanying resources— absolutely free! Here are some of this month’s highlights categorized by content area.

FINE ARTS/MATHEMATICS Program: Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer: Inside Passage Focus: Painting, Symmetry Grades: 7–9 Airing: Monday, May 1 at 2 p.m. Overview: This program brings viewers out of the art studio and into the natural world. Roger’s experience in videography translates from the canvas to the screen with his instructional skills about painting and art. Sarah conducts thoughtful interviews as they take the back roads, discovering out-of-the-way places and famous landmarks. Free Additional Resources: In this episode, Sarah tours Totem Bite State Park. In this PBS LearningMedia lesson, students will create a colored pencil drawing utilizing symmetry and forms characteristic of Northwest Coast art and write a critique of their work. While WYCC is the place to see and hear musical performances from popular and up-and-coming This lesson from PBS LearningMedia asks students to use two websites to frame and respond to critical artists every Friday evening, you can also tune questions about the ownership and authenticity of Alaska Native artifacts and symbols. in to WKKC—the official radio station of the City Colleges of Chicago—on 89.3fm or streaming online 24 hours a day at wkkc.fm.

SOCIAL STUDIES

Program: Charlie Rose Focus: Current Events, History Grades: 4–12 Airing: Weeknights at 6 p.m. Overview: Since 1991, Charlie Rose has engaged the world’s best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists, and newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. Free Additional Resources: At charlierose.com, you can search by person, topic, or year to locate an interview that matches your curriculum. Students might watch and respond in an exit slip or essay format. Students might choose an individual from your current unit of study and research their background and opinions of events of the time. Students could then reenact a Charlie Rose-style discussion as the historical figure. Perhaps they would recreate a conversation between Lincoln and Douglas, or world leaders during World War II. Another student could play the role of interviewer and moderator.

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Education and Outreach at Connect with WYCC on Social Media WYCC PBS Chicago has many ways for viewers to interact and connect with us. Let us know what programs you enjoy and would like to see more of, get behind-the-scenes looks at our original programming, and learn more about the topics covered on different shows. We also share news and events from the Chicago area.

Diverse Programming on FNX WYCC PBS Chicago has a great lineup of children’s programming every morning, but there are also children’s programs airing daily on FNX. Kids can be entertained while also learning about other cultures that they might not have experience with otherwise. They might even see some familiar faces, like in Lakota Berenstain Bears, which helps teach children the Lakota language.

One Summer Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has brought together government institutions, community-based organizations, and companies for the One Summer Chicago program. These participating organizations are offering more than 31,000 job and internship opportunities to Chicago youth between the ages of 14 and 24 this summer. Learn more about how to apply and other resources at http://www.onesummerchicago.org/.

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May 2017

GENE SISKEL FILM CENTER 164 N. State St. • (312) 846-2600 MemberCard #511 Offer: May 2017 Valid for 2 for 1 admission to any movie screening during the month; limit 1 discount per visit; call (312) 846-2800 or visit siskelfilmcenter.org for schedule.

Helpful Information for Using Your MemberCard • Unless otherwise stated, all local MemberCard benefits are 2 for 1 for a single use only. For dining benefits, order two or more entrees and the least expensive is deducted from your check. (Some restrictions may apply.) • For dining benefits, simply present your MemberCard when paying your check and the business will mark out its number. For non-dining benefits, notify the business upon making your reservation that you will be using your MemberCard. • New TravelCards are available to order! For a shipping and handling fee of $6.75, you can enjoy your MemberCard’s 2 for 1 savings at more than 11,000 locations all across the U.S. and in Canada.

For additional support, please contact us. MemberCard Customer Service: 888-727-4411 MemberCard Hotline: 800-423-7645 WYCC Membership Service: 773-487-1350

2 for 1 entrees at hundreds of area restaurants • Deleece Restaurant • Khyber Pass • Kitsch’n on Roscoe • Oceanique • Symphony’s Cafe • Taboun Grill • Udupi Palace Indian Restaurant 2 for 1

2 for 1 accommodations

• American Country Farm Bed & Breakfast • Apple Tree Inn • Canyon Road Inn Bed & Breakfast • Feathered Star Bed and Breakfast • The Dorsey • Inn at Black Star Farms • The Little Cottage

2 for 1 golfing greens fees

• Evanston Wilmette Community Golf Course • Flagg Creek Golf Course • Fountain Hills Golf Club • Libertyville Golf Course • Silver Lake Country Club • Tuckaway Golf Club • Walnut Greens Golf Course

at performances and attractions • Chicago Children’s Museum • Chicago Symphony Orchestra • Clarke House Museum • Gene Siskel Film Center 15%–20% discounts at local and online merchants • Harris Theater for Music • Barnes & Noble.com • Sears and Dance • The Home Depot • Travelocity • Theatre of Western Springs • iTunes • Walmart • UP Comedy Club • Restaurant.com

membercard.com/wycc To become a member: Call our 24-hour toll-free pledge line at 1-888-993-WYCC (9922) or go online at wycc.org


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