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Wonder Women Half the Sky, Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide Mon and Tue Oct 1st and 2nd, 9p.m. thirteen.org/halfthesky

“THE ROLE AND RIGHTS OF WOMEN, their freedom and equality and dignity, is the unfinished business of the 21st century,” U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says in Half the Sky, Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, a four-hour television event and transmedia project premiering this month on THIRTEEN. Inspired by the bestselling book by Pulitzer Prize-winning authors Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the series—a special presentation of Independent Lens—examines the oppression of women and girls around the world. Actresses Eva Mendes, Meg Ryan, Gabrielle Union, Diane Lane, America Ferrera, and Olivia Wilde join Kristof as he travels to Asia and Africa to meet courageous individuals in six countries who are living under some of the most difficult circumstances imaginable—and fighting bravely to change them. THIRTEEN spoke with executive producer and director Maro Chermayeff about the groundbreaking series from Show of Force, her company with partner and fellow executive producer Jeff Dupre. Q: Why did you decide to do a series about women’s oppression around the world? A: Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn came to me with fellow executive producers Mikaela Beardsley and Jamie Gordon very early on when the project first landed in the hands of public broadcasting. Pat Harrison, President and CEO of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), has a genuine, longstanding interest in the development of women and girls

on a global level, is deeply committed to the project, and knows my work from past projects. Nick and Sheryl wanted their book to be the beginning of a ripple effect engaging people in the movement to end the oppression of women and girls. They knew the project would have to exist on multiple platforms to reach new audiences, so it isn’t just a four-hour series. It also includes social impact Facebook and mobile games, two linked websites, massive amounts

FRONT COVER: (WOMEN) COURTESY OF JOSH BENNETT; (BACKGROUND SKY) © DEBI BISHOP. THIS SPREAD: (LEFT) COURTESY OF THE SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS; (RIGHT) COURTESY OF JESSICA CHERMAYEFF, JOSH BENNETT, AND JENNI MORELLO

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of educational content we’re doing in partnership with the Independent Television Service (ITVS), and much more. I couldn’t wait to be a part of it. Q: What is the series’ connection to the Women and Girls Lead initiative? A: Women and Girls Lead is a public media outreach and audience engagement campaign launched by ITVS and strongly supported by Pat Harrison. The goal is to focus, educate, and connect people around the world in support of the issues facing women and girls. It includes a collection of approximately 50 independent films made available via public television broadcasts and free community screenings, and Half the Sky is one of the centerpiece films. Women, War & Peace, the wonderful series Abigail Disney was an executive producer of for THIRTEEN, started the train last year, we’re in the middle of that train, and David Sutherland’s Kind Hearted Woman, about an extraordinary Native American woman in North Dakota, will be at the other end. Q: How would your career and body of work be different if you didn’t have a relationship with public television?

A: Well, I certainly wouldn’t be able to get the things that I care about to an audience, because what public television believes is important and what they will back and what they think is substantial and what they will try to bring to their audience is really on another level from what you see elsewhere. I’ve worked quite extensively at HBO, who also does wonderful documentaries. But they don’t do series or events in the same way. PBS allows documentary filmmakers like Ken Burns or David Grubin to take four, six, eight hours to tell a story. When you have that kind of broadcast real estate, the story is able to evolve in a way it can’t in a one- or two-hour film. And on a more personal note, I feel like I’ve grown up at PBS. I’ve worked there for many, many years. I’ve produced and directed Frontier House, Carrier, Circus, and the American Masters’ film Juilliard. So for me, PBS is family. PBS is home. Read the complete interview with Maro Chermayeff and learn more about Half the Sky, Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide at thirteen.org/halfthesky

Half the Sky, Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide is part of the Women and Girls Lead initiative, spearheaded by ITVS in partnership with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and PBS. In addition to ITVS and CPB, major funding to date for Half the Sky, Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide has been provided by IKEA Foundation, Ford Foundation, The Rockefeller Foundation, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Wyncote Foundation, CocaCola fivebytwenty, Vagisil, Nduna Foundation, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Seedlings Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, Nike Foundation, NoVo Foundation, Hanami Fund, Ina Brown Bond, The Sutherland Foundation, Fran Hauser, and Applegate Farms.


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1 MONDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Antiques Roadshow: “Salt Lake City, Utah” RE-

6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 PREMIERE History Detectives The diary of a fallen North Vietnamese soldier. REPEATS EARLY

11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS THU 4TH, 1:30PM.

10/04 EARLY THURSDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS THU 4TH, 1PM.

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 History Detectives SEE

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9:00 PREMIERE Half the Sky New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and actresses Diane Lane, America Ferrera, and Olivia Wilde confront prostitution and other issues in Somaliland, India and Kenya. (PART 2 OF 2) REPEATS

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2:00 Half the Sky SEE MON 1ST, 9PM. REPEATS EARLY MON 8TH, 12:30AM. [R]

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5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour

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9:00 PREMIERE Half the Sky This series, based on the bestseller by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, explores the oppression of women worldwide. With Eva Mendes, Meg Ryan, and Gabrielle Union. (PART 1 OF 2) REPEATS EARLY THU 4TH, 2AM AND EARLY MON 8TH, 12:30AM.

11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

10/03 EARLY WEDNESDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS WED 3RD, 1PM.

8:00 PREMIERE NYC-ARTS New York arts and culture with Philippe de Montebello and Paula Zahn. REPEATS SUN 7TH,

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Reel 13 Indies [R] 2:45 Antiques Roadshow SEE MON 1ST, 8PM. [R]

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12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Call the Midwife REPEATS EARLY SAT 6TH, 5AM.

2:00 Masterpiece Classic 5:00 Equitrekking

5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Nature: “Kilauea: Mountain of Fire” The world’s most active volcano. REPEATS EARLY FRI 5TH, 1AM AND SAT 6TH, 5PM.

2 TUESDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today

9:00 PREMIERE PBS NewsHour Debates: A Special Report: “2012 Presidential Debate” Live coverage and analysis, with Jim Lehrer.

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8:30 Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs 9:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: “Sherlock: The Great Game” Sherlock must solve a villain’s dangerous puzzles before people are harmed. REPEATS EARLY SAT 6TH, 2:30AM.


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10:30 PREMIERE In the Life The acclaimed LGBT newsmagazine. 11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS FRI 5TH, 1:30PM.

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Theater Talk 1:30 Austin Film Festival: On Story REPEATS EARLY

2:30 Reel 13 Indies SEE SAT 6TH, 10:50PM. REPEATS EARLY WED 10TH, 1AM. [R]

4:20 Reel 13 Shorts SEE SUN 7TH, 12:35AM. [R]

4:25 Austin Film Festival: On Story [R] 5:00 Globe Trekker [R]

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4:00 Stagestruck: Confessions From Summer Stock 5:00 Call the Midwife SEE

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5 FRIDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Washington Week REPEATS SAT 6TH, 9AM.

8:30 PREMIERE Need to Know With Jeff Greenfield, Maria Hinojosa, Scott Simon, and Ray Suarez. REPEATS SAT 6TH, 9:30AM.

9:00 PREMIERE Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders Music as a force for social change. REPEATS SUN 7TH, 12:30PM.

10:00 SEASON PREMIERE Live From the Artists Den: “Norah Jones” The singerpianist performs at the Green Building in Brooklyn.

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7:00 PREMIERE Voces on PBS: “Escaramuza: Riding From the Heart” Gutsy women rodeo riders.

6:00 Mike Colameco’s Real Food 6:30 Lidia’s Italy in America 7:00 The This Old House Hour 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 As Time Goes By 9:00 PREMIERE Reel 13 Classics: “Dark Victory” (1939) Bette Davis as an heiress with only months to live, embarking on a social whirl. With Humphrey Bogart and George Brent.

REPEATS EARLY MON 8TH, 4:30AM.

8:00 PREMIERE Call the Midwife Jenny Lee settles into her role, with help from Chummy. REPEATS EARLY TUE 9TH, 1AM AND EARLY SAT 13TH, 5AM.

9:00 SEASON PREMIERE Masterpiece Classic: “Upstairs Downstairs, Series II—A Faraway Country About Which We Know Nothing” A new maid adjusts to life in service. REPEATS EARLY

REPEATS EARLY SUN 7TH, 12:40AM.

10:50 PREMIERE Reel 13 Indies: “Owning Mahowny” (2003) Philip Seymour Hoffman as a bank manager with a gambling habit. REPEATS EARLY SUN 7TH, 2:30AM AND EARLY WED 10TH, 1AM.

REPEATS SUN 7TH, 1:30PM.

11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

6:00 PREMIERE Moyers & Company Conversations about life and American democracy, with Bill Moyers.

10/07 EARLY SUNDAY AM 12:35 PREMIERE Reel 13 Shorts REPEATS EARLY

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EVENING AND NIGHT 10:00 Broadway: The American Musical: “Give My Regards to Broadway (1893-1927)” From The Ziegfeld Follies to Show Boat. Julie Andrews hosts.

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11:00 PREMIERE POV: “Give Up Tomorrow” Corruption in the Philippines' judicial system. REPEATS EARLY SAT 13TH, 2:30AM.

10/08 EARLY MONDAY AM 12:30 Half the Sky SEE MON 1ST, 9PM. [R]

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4:30 Voces on PBS SEE SUN 7TH, 7PM. [R]

8 MONDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Antiques Roadshow: “Milwaukee, Wisconsin”

2:00 Masterpiece Classic SEE SUN 7TH, 9PM. REPEATS EARLY SAT 13TH, 4AM. [R]

3:00 Broadway: The American Musical SEE

9 TUESDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 PREMIERE History Detectives Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) helps investigate a World War Iera poster. REPEATS EARLY THU 11TH, 1AM AND SAT 13TH, 3PM.

9:00 PREMIERE Frontline: “The Choice 2012” The presidential candidates— patterns, prospects, and voting trends. REPEATS EARLY THU 11TH, 2AM.

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9:00 PREMIERE Market Warriors Pasadena’s Rose Bowl flea market. REPEATS

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9:00 PREMIERE NOVA: “Secrets of the Viking Sword” A revolutionary weapon. REPEATS EARLY FRI 12TH, 2AM AND EARLY MON 15TH, 3:30AM.

10:00 PREMIERE NOVA scienceNOW: “What Makes Us Human?” The evolution of human language and other human traits. REPEATS EARLY FRI 12TH, 3AM; SAT 13TH, 1PM; AND EARLY MON 15TH, 2:30AM.

11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS THU 11TH, 1:30PM.

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6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 SEASON PREMIERE Nature: “Siberian Tiger Quest” Conservation ecologist Chris Morgan embarks on a journey to find and film the Siberian tiger living in Russia’s far eastern forests. REPEATS EARLY FRI 12TH,

10/10 EARLY WEDNESDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS WED 10TH, 1PM.

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 History Detectives

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8:00 PREMIERE NYC-ARTS With Philippe de Montebello and Paula Zahn. REPEATS

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8:30 PREMIERE Treasures of New York: “Roosevelt House” Home to Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt for 24 years, this restored double townhouse on East 65th Street is now the home of Hunter College's Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute. REPEATS EARLY SAT 13TH, 2AM; EARLY MON 15TH, 1AM; AND TUE 30TH, 9:30PM.

12 FRIDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Washington Week REPEATS SAT 13TH, 9AM.

8:30 PREMIERE Need to Know With Jeff Greenfield, Maria Hinojosa, Scott Simon, and Ray Suarez. REPEATS SAT 13TH, 9:30AM.

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9:00 American Masters: “Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel” The author of Gone With the Wind. REPEATS SUN 14TH, 2:30PM AND EARLY MON 15TH, 1:30AM.

9:00 PREMIERE PBS NewsHour Debates: A Special Report: “2012 Vice Presidential Debate” Live coverage and analysis. 11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

10:00 PREMIERE Live From the Artists Den: “The Wallflowers” The band performs at Bimbo’s 365 Club in San Francisco. REPEATS

11:05 PREMIERE Reel 13 Indies: “Diggers” (2006) A coming-of-age story about Long Island clam diggers. With Paul Rudd. REPEATS EARLY SUN 14TH, 2:45AM AND EARLY WED 17TH, 1AM.

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2:00 NOVA SEE WED 10TH,

2:00 Treasures of New York SEE THU 11TH, 8:30PM.

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12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Nature SEE WED 10TH,

10/12 EARLY FRIDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

6:00 Mike Colameco’s Real Food 6:30 Lidia’s Italy in America 7:00 The This Old House Hour 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 As Time Goes By 9:00 PREMIERE Reel 13 Classics: “The Searchers” (1956) John Wayne as a Confederate veteran searching for a kidnapped girl. REPEATS EARLY SUN 14TH,

10/14 EARLY SUNDAY AM 12:35 PREMIERE Reel 13 Shorts REPEATS EARLY

10/13 EARLY SATURDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS MON 15TH, 1PM. 12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Theater Talk 1:30 Austin Film Festival: On Story. REPEATS EARLY

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2:45 Reel 13 Indies SEE SAT 13TH, 11:05PM. REPEATS EARLY WED 17TH, 1AM. [R]

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4:25 Austin Film Festival: On Story [R] 4:55 Globe Trekker [R]

14 SUNDAY 6:00 PREMIERE Moyers & Company 7:00 PREMIERE Voces on PBS: “Unfinished Spaces” The rehabilitation of Castro’s


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EVENING AND NIGHT dream project, the Cuban National Arts Schools. REPEATS EARLY TUE 16TH, 4AM.

8:00 PREMIERE Call the Midwife Jenny expands her nursing service. REPEATS EARLY TUE 16TH, 1AM AND EARLY SAT 20TH, 5AM.

9:00 PREMIERE Masterpiece Classic: “Upstairs Downstairs, Series II—The Love That Pays the Price” Lady Agnes catches the eye of an American millionaire.

6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Antiques Roadshow: “Milwaukee, Wisconsin” REPEATS EARLY WED 17TH, 2:35AM.

9:00 PREMIERE Market Warriors A Marilyn Monroe thermometer. REPEATS EARLY WED 17TH, 3:32AM.

10:00 Moyers & Company

9:00 PREMIERE PBS NewsHour Debates: A Special Report: “2012 Presidential Debate” Live coverage and analysis, with CNN's Candy Crowley. 11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS WED 17TH, 1:30PM.

10/17 EARLY WEDNESDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

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10:00 Broadway: The American Musical Syncopated City (1919-1933)” Whoopee and other Jazz Age musicals. (PART 2 OF 6) REPEATS EARLY TUE 16TH, 3AM AND SUN 21ST, 12:30PM.

2:35 Antiques Roadshow 10/16 EARLY TUESDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

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10/15 EARLY MONDAY AM 12:00 Live From the Artists Den SEE FRI 12TH, 10PM. [R] 1:00 Treasures of New York

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15 MONDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider.

17 WEDNESDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Nature: “Wolverine: Chasing the Phantom” The resourceful carnivore. REPEATS EARLY FRI 19TH, 1AM

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2:30 NOVA scienceNOW 3:30 NOVA SEE WED 9TH,

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3:35 Market Warriors SEE

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11:00 PREMIERE POV: “El Velador (The Night Watchman)” Guarding the extravagant mausoleums of Mexican drug lords. REPEATS

1:30 American Masters SEE

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5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 PREMIERE Race 2012 America’s complex racial landscape is examined through the lens of the 2012 election. REPEATS EARLY THU 18TH, 1AM.

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9:00 PREMIERE NOVA: “Forensics on Trial” Questioning forensic evidence. REPEATS EARLY FRI 19TH, 2AM; SAT 20TH, 3PM; AND EARLY MON 22ND, 3:30AM.

10:00 PREMIERE NOVA scienceNOW: “Can Science Stop Crime?” Scientists use technology to catch criminals. REPEATS EARLY FRI 19TH, 3AM; SAT 20TH, 1PM; AND EARLY MON 22ND, 2:30AM.

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10/18 EARLY THURSDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

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8:30 Treasures of New York: “Pratt Institute” Pete Hamill hosts this inside view of the venerable Brooklyn institution founded in 1887. REPEATS EARLY MON

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2:00 Frontline 4:00 POV SEE SUN 14TH, 11PM. [R]

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18 THURSDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 PREMIERE NYC-ARTS With Philippe de Montebello and Paula Zahn. REPEATS

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10/19 EARLY FRIDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS FRI 19TH, 1PM.

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Nature SEE WED 17TH, 8PM. REPEATS SAT 20TH, 5PM.

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9:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: “Inspector Lewis, Series IV: Old, Unhappy, Far Off Things” Murder at an Oxford reunion. REPEATS EARLY

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10:30 PREMIERE Lincoln Center Dialogue Two university presidents—John Sexton of New York University and Drew Faust of Harvard— discuss a defining moment for their institutions. 11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

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EVENING AND NIGHT 6:00 NJ Today 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Washington Week REPEATS SAT 20TH, 9AM.

8:30 PREMIERE Need to Know REPEATS SAT 20TH, 9:30AM.

9:00 Treasures of New York: “Art Underground” Paula Zahn hosts. REPEATS SUN 21ST, 2:30PM AND EARLY MON 22ND, 1AM.

10:00 PREMIERE Live From the Artists Den: “Rufus Wainwright” Wainwright pays tribute to his late mother, Kate McGarrigle.

8:30 As Time Goes By 9:00 PREMIERE Reel 13 Classics: “The Unforgiven” (1960) A Texas woman and her son fight Kiowa Indians over an adopted daughter. With Burt Lancaster, Audrey Hepburn and Lillian Gish. REPEATS EARLY SUN 21ST, 1:15AM.

11:10 PREMIERE Reel 13 Indies: “Animal Kingdom” (2010) A 17-year-old boy’s bid for survival in a family of criminals. REPEATS EARLY SUN 21ST, 3:25AM AND EARLY WED 24TH, 1AM.

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4:00 Masterpiece Classic

EARLY TUE 23RD, 4AM.

SEE SUN 14TH, 9PM. [R]

5:00 Call the Midwife SEE

8:00 PREMIERE Call the Midwife A kidnapping.

EARLY SUN 14TH, 8PM. [R]

REPEATS EARLY TUE 23RD, 1AM AND EARLY SAT 27TH, 5AM.

6:00 Mike Colameco’s Real Food 6:30 Lidia’s Italy in America 7:00 The This Old House Hour 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances

10/22 EARLY MONDAY AM 12:00 Live From the Artists Den SEE FRI 19TH, 10PM. [R] 1:00 Treasures of New York

3:25 Reel 13 Indies SEE

6:00 PREMIERE Moyers & Company 7:00 PREMIERE Voces on PBS: “Lemon” A performer faces his demons while working on a show. REPEATS

20 SATURDAY

REPEATS EARLY FRI 26TH, 4AM.

[R]

EARLY WED 24TH, 1AM. [R]

12NOON. [R]

11:00 PREMIERE POV: “Sun Kissed” A Navajo couple's children have a rare genetic disorder that makes sunlight fatal.

2:30 NOVA scienceNOW

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Theater Talk 1:30 Austin Film Festival: On Story REPEATS EARLY

2:30 Masterpiece Mystery!

12:30PM.

SAT 20TH, 9PM. [R]

MON 22ND, 1PM.

2:00 Treasures of New York REPEATS SUN 21ST,

(PART 3 OF 6) REPEATS EARLY TUE 23RD, 3AM AND SUN 28TH,

1:15 Reel 13 Classics SEE 10/20 EARLY SATURDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

SUN 21ST, 5:30AM.

10:00 Broadway: The American Musical: “I Got Plenty o’ Nuttin’ (19301942)” From Anything Goes to Porgy and Bess.

9:00 PREMIERE Masterpiece Classic: “Upstairs Downstairs, Series II—A Perfect Specimen of Womanhood” Blanche faces a former lover when a scandalous novel is published. REPEATS EARLY TUE 23RD, 2AM AND EARLY SAT 27TH, 4AM.

22 MONDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Antiques Roadshow: “Milwaukee, Wisconsin” 9:00 PREMIERE PBS NewsHour Debates: A Special Report: “2012— Presidential Debate” Live coverage and analysis. 11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS TUE 23RD, 1:30PM.

10/23 EARLY TUESDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS TUE 23RD, 1PM.

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato


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EVENING AND NIGHT 1:00 Call the Midwife SEE

24 WEDNESDAY

SUN 21ST, 8PM. REPEATS EARLY SAT 27TH, 5AM. [R]

2:00 Masterpiece Classic SEE SUN 21ST, 9PM. REPEATS EARLY SAT 27TH, 4AM. [R]

3:00 Broadway: The American Musical SEE SUN 21ST, 10PM. REPEATS SUN 28TH, 12:30PM. [R]

4:00 Voces on PBS SEE SUN 21ST, 7PM. [R]

5:00 Equitrekking

23 TUESDAY

SEE TUE 23RD, 9PM. REPEATS

5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 PREMIERE Nature: “Magic of the Snowy Owl” Observing the “snowy” in its tundra home on the North Slope of Alaska. REPEATS EARLY FRI 26TH, 1AM; SAT 27TH, 5PM; AND EARLY MON 29TH, 4:30AM.

5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 PREMIERE Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go to War Focuses on John F. Kennedy, Fidel Castro and Nikita Khrushchev during 1962 crisis. REPEATS EARLY THU 25TH, 1AM AND EARLY MON 29TH, 2:30AM.

9:00 PREMIERE Secrets of the Dead: “The Man Who Saved the World” The drama surrounding the B-59 Soviet submarine during the Cold War. REPEATS EARLY

2:00 Secrets of the Dead EARLY MON 29TH, 3:30AM. [R]

3:00 Frontline 4:00 Globe Trekker [R] 5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe

25 THURSDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 PREMIERE NYC-ARTS With Philippe de Montebello and Paula Zahn. REPEATS SUN 28TH, 12NOON.

8:30 PREMIERE MetroFocus Interviews and reports from the community on topics including transportation and more. With Rafael Pi Roman. REPEATS EARLY TUE 30TH, 5AM

9:00 NOVA: “Iceman Murder Mystery” Scientists study a mummified corpse found in a glacier in the Italian Alps. REPEATS EARLY

AND EARLY THU 1ST, 3:30AM.

FRI 26TH, 2AM AND SUN 28TH

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: “Inspector Lewis, Series IV: Wild Justice” A bishop is murdered. REPEATS EARLY

7PM.

SAT 27TH, 2:30AM.

10:00 PREMIERE NOVA scienceNOW: “How Smart Can We Get?” The genius brain. REPEATS EARLY FRI 26TH,

WED 24TH, 1:30PM.

THU 25TH, 1:30PM.

10/24 EARLY WEDNESDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

10/25 EARLY THURSDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

10:30 PREMIERE Lincoln Center Dialogue Museum shop talk with Michael Govan, and Wallis Annenberg, of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; and Tom Campbell, Director and CEO of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

WED 24TH, 1PM.

THU 25TH, 1PM.

FRI 26TH, 1:30PM.

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Reel 13 Indies SEE

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go to War SEE

10/26 EARLY FRIDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

THU 25TH, 2AM AND EARLY MON 29TH, 3:30AM.

10:00 Frontline Episode TBA 11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

SAT 20TH, 11:10PM. [R]

3:00 Arts & the Mind [R] 5:00 Equitrekking [R]

3AM AND SAT 27TH, 1PM.

11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

TUE 23RD, 8PM. REPEATS EARLY MON 29TH, 2:30AM. [R]

FRI 26TH, 1PM.

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato


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8PM. REPEATS SAT 27TH, 5PM AND

1:00 Nature SEE WED 24TH,

2:00 Erma Bombeck: Legacy of Laughter

EARLY MON 29TH, 4:30AM.

REPEATS EARLY SUN 28TH,

2:00 NOVA SEE WED 24TH,

5:30AM. [R]

28 SUNDAY 6:00 PREMIERE Moyers & Company 7:00 NOVA SEE WED 24TH,

9PM. REPEATS SUN 28TH, 7PM.

2:30 Masterpiece Mystery!

3:00 NOVA scienceNOW

SEE THU 25TH, 9PM. [R]

9PM. [R]

SEE WED 24TH, 10PM. REPEATS

4:00 Masterpiece Classic-

SAT 27TH, 1PM.

SEE SUN 21ST, 9PM. [R]

4:00 POV SEE SUN 21ST, 11PM.

5:00 Call the Midwife SEE

8:00 PREMIERE Call the Midwife Jenny cares for a cancer patient. REPEATS

[R]

SUN 21ST, 8PM.[R]

EARLY TUE 30TH, 1AM AND

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe

26 FRIDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Washington Week REPEATS SAT 27TH, 9AM. 8:30 PREMIERE Need to Know REPEATS SAT 27TH, 9:30AM.

9:00 PREMIERE John Portman: A Life of Building The influential architect.

EARLY SAT 3RD, 5AM.

27 SATURDAY 6:00 Mike Colameco’s Real Food 6:30 Lidia’s Italy in America 7:00 The This Old House Hour 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 As Time Goes By 9:00 PREMIERE Reel 13 Classics: “Rain Man” (1988) A wheeler-dealer (Tom Cruise) meets his brother (Dustin Hoffman), an autistic-savant and heir to $3 million. REPEATS EARLY

9:00 PREMIERE Masterpiece Classic: “Upstairs Downstairs, Series II—All The Things You Are” Harry takes up boxing in order to impress Beryl. REPEATS EARLY TUE 30TH, 2AM.

10:00 Broadway: The American Musical: “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’ (1943-1960)” Rodgers and Hammerstein's hit shows. (PART 4 OF 6) REPEATS EARLY TUE 30TH, 3AM AND SUN 4TH, 12:30PM.

11:00 PREMIERE POV: “Nostalgia for the Light” Chile’s Atacama Desert.

REPEATS SUN 28TH, 2:30PM;

SUN 28TH, 1AM.

EARLY MON 29TH, 1:30AM; AND

11:20 Reel 13 Indies: “Heartlands” (2002) Michael Sheen as a man whose wife is cheating on him. REPEATS EARLY SUN 28TH,

10/29 EARLY MONDAY AM 12:30 Live From the Artists Den SEE FRI 26TH, 10PM. [R] 1:30 John Portman: A Life of Building SEE FRI 26TH,

3:20AM AND EARLY WED 31ST,

9PM. REPEATS EARLY TUE 30TH,

EARLY TUE 30TH, 4AM.

10:00 PREMIERE Live From the Artists Den: “Mayer Hawthorne” Hawthorne and his band, The County, perform at the Park Plaza in Los Angeles.

1AM.

4AM. [R]

2:30 Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go to War SEE TUE 23RD, 8PM. [R]

11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

10/28 EARLY SUNDAY AM 12:55 PREMIERE Reel 13 Shorts REPEATS EARLY

MON 29TH, 1:30PM.

SUN 28TH, 4:55AM. [R]

SEE TUE 23RD, 9PM. [R]

REPEATS EARLY MON 29TH, 12:30AM.

1:00 Reel 13 Classics SEE

4:30 Nature SEE WED 24TH,

SAT 27TH, 9PM. [R]

8PM. [R]

10/27 EARLY SATURDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

3:20 Reel 13 Indies SEE

MON 29TH, 1PM.

SAT 27TH, 11:20PM. REPEATS

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Theater Talk 1:30 Austin Film Festival: On Story REPEATS EARLY

EARLY WED 31ST, 1AM. [R]

SUN 28TH, 5AM.

3:30 Secrets of the Dead

29 MONDAY

4:55 Reel 13 Shorts SEE EARLY SUN 28TH, 12:55AM. [R]

5:00 Austin Film Festival: On Story [R]

5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider.


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EVENING AND NIGHT 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Antiques Roadshow: “Unique Antiques” Outlandish collectibles. REPEATS EARLY WED 31ST, 2:35AM.

9:00 PREMIERE Market Warriors Mission Oak furniture in Texas. REPEATS EARLY WED 31ST, 3:32AM. (PART 1 OF 2)

10:00 PREMIERE Independent Lens: “Love Free or Die” Bishop Gene Robinson of New Hampshire is the first openly gay person to become a bishop in the historic traditions of Christendom. REPEATS EARLY

4:00 Lords of the Gourds 5:00 MetroFocus SEE THU 25TH, 8:30PM. REPEATS EARLY THU 1ST, 3:30AM. [R]

30 TUESDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today With Mike Schneider. 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 PREMIERE Ellen DeGeneres: The Mark Twain Prize The coveted American humor prize.

WED 31ST, 4:30AM.

REPEATS EARLY THU 1ST, 1AM.

11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

9:30 Treasures of New York

TUE 30TH, 1:30PM.

SEE WED 11TH, 8:30PM. [R]

10/30 EARLY TUESDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

4:30 Independent Lens SEE MON 29TH, 10PM. [R]

31 WEDNESDAY 5:30 BBC World News America 6:00 NJ Today 6:30 Nightly Business Report 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Nature: “Raccoon Nation” Urban raccoons. 9:00 NOVA: “Ghosts of Machu Picchu” The Lost City of the Incas. 10:00 PREMIERE NOVA scienceNOW: “Can I Eat That?” What makes food appealing? 11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

10:00 Frontline Episode TBA 11:00 Charlie Rose REPEATS

THU 1ST, 1:30PM.

WED 31ST, 1:30PM.

11/01 EARLY THURSDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

TUE 30TH, 1PM.

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Call the Midwife SEE

10/31 EARLY WEDNESDAY AM 12:00 Tavis Smiley REPEATS

SUN 28TH, 8PM. REPEATS EARLY

2:00 Masterpiece Classic

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Reel 13 Indies SEE SAT

SEE SUN 28TH, 9PM. [R]

27TH, 11:20PM. [R]

3:00 Broadway: The American Musical SEE SUN

2:35 Antiques Roadshow

2:30 Frontline 3:30 MetroFocus

SEE MON 29TH, 8PM. [R]

THU 25TH, 8:30PM. [R]

28TH, 10PM. REPEATS SUN 4TH,

3:35 Market Warriors SEE

12:30PM. [R]

MON 29TH, 9PM. [R]

4:00 Globe Trekker [R] 5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe

SAT 3RD, 5AM. [R]

WED 31ST, 1PM.

THU 1ST, 1PM.

12:30 One-on-One With Steve Adubato 1:00 Ellen DeGeneres: The Mark Twain Prize SEE TUE 30TH, 8PM. [R]

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12:00 NYC-ARTS [R] 12:30 Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders [R] (7TH) Broadway: The American Musical [R] (14TH, 21ST, 28TH) 1:30 Live From the Artists Den [R] (7TH) Broadway or Bust [R](14TH,

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The Heart of the Matter 2:00 Intelligence Squared Debates: “Are Super Pacs Destroying America?” (6TH) Arts and the Mind

21ST, 28TH)

2:30 Inside Israel (7TH) American Masters: “Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel” [R] (14TH) Treasures of New York: “Art Underground”[R] (21ST) John Portman: A Life of Building (28TH) 3:30 Pati’s Mexican Table 4:00 Martha Stewart’s Cooking School 4:30 Chef John Besh’s New Orleans 5:00 Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen 5:30 Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

(13TH, 20TH)

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4:00 Globe Trekker 5:00 Nature [R]

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