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Who’s in the Kitchen Making Chili, Soups and Stews?.............................. 2 America Abroad Examines Terrorist Hideouts.......................................... 15 Let The Morning Express Jumpstart Your Day.......................................... 16 WILL-TV Schedule........................... 4 AM 580 Schedule............................ 14 FM 90.9 Schedule............................ 16
Despite what has been a financially
challenging time for WILL, your public broadcast stations have managed to achieve much during the past year. We launched a new digital FM transmitter, providing enhanced quality FM programming in addition to expanded reach for WILL’s AM programming on a digital multicast FM channel, while at the same time automating much of our on-air radio operations for significant labor savings. Illinois Gardener expanded its reach statewide through syndication on Illinois public television stations in all markets. Memorial Stadium: True Illini Spirit was broadcast in September on WILL, and in Chicago on WTTW. Underwriting and grant support resulted in this program producing net revenue for WILL, with additional support coming from on-air pledges and DVD sales through local retail outlets. We were one of 12 pilot stations selected by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to experiment with ways of deepening our local community impact, and we gained new insight
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Cover photo of excavators Cecilia Ayala and Dan Blount: Gary Andrashko,Illinois State Museum. Cover photos of artifacts: Christopher Valvano.
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by training with the Harwood Institute. We’re focused on creating a public media organization that’s committed to be a catalyst for positive change in our community. I am happy to report that we are already achieving tangible results! With a shift to securing external funding, our Community Engagement Initiative recently received a $120,000 grant from the Adobe Youth Voices Foundation, allowing us to disseminate our Youth Media Workshop model to national leaders and the public broadcast industry. We’ve also been selected to coach other public broadcast stations on methods of elevating their community impact. WILL’s Young Learners Initiative worked with several campus units to implement the Youth Literature Festival, the Health and Wellness Showcase and Rocket Into Space. We collaborated with the Child Care Resource Service (Department of Human and Community Development) on A Place of Our Own and Healthy Habits outreach initiatives, and founded C-U Fit Families as a community action group to help prevent childhood obesity.
We launched a new Web site, and collaborated with the Graduate School of Library and Information Science to develop a system for cataloging and archiving digital media. Students from GSLIS and the College of Media assisted with the Web site and in producing several webbased community engagement projects published on the site, including Voices of Great Schools Together, Central Illinois World War II Stories, and the Youth Media Workshop. With one award already to its credit, the Web site places WILL at the leading edge of online media. All of our activities serve as a powerful public engagement agent for the University of Illinois, contributing to the university’s recent certification in community engagement by the Carnegie Foundation. We will continue to focus on improving our communities by using the tools that we have in new and innovative ways. We work every day to maintain the trust that you have in us, and to demonstrate that we are good stewards of your financial investment. Thank you for your continued support of WILL.
Prairie Fire’s 2009 Season
First Up: A Look at First African-American Town, and Lincoln’s Views on Slavery The 2009 season premiere of
sculptures, monuments and other public artworks dedicated to Abraham Lincoln, including those located on the University of Illinois campus. And we examine Lincoln’s evolving thoughts on slavery and colonization and how race played an increasingly important part in his political development.
Prairie Fire, airing at 7:30 pm Thursday, March 26, tells the story of New Philadelphia, Ill., the first town founded by a free African American in U.S. history. We visit with University of Illinois archaeologists, who are unearthing the remains of this once racially integrated town 85 miles northwest of St. Louis, and learn about its founder, “Free” Frank McWorter. Although the site was designated a National Historic Landmark in January, it’s still largely unknown to the public. Prairie Fire series producer Steve Drake said he understood why after visiting the remote dig site. “I parked on a non-descript dirt road. I never would have guessed that the remains of such an important part of American history were being excavated nearby.” A portable lab, several holes in the ground and a bus lined with shelves filled with artifacts like dolls, bones and crockery were the only clues that history was being unearthed. “It always surprises me how many amazing things you can find here in central Illinois if you know where to look,” Steve said. “That’s one of the things that I love about
Prairie Fire; that we can find out about some of these little-known, out-of-the-way places and help bring them to our viewers.” Steve interviews two descendants of McWorter, siblings Gerald and Sandra McWorter, who talk about New Philadelphia’s role in the Underground Railroad and their pride in their great-great-grandfather. He also talks to U of I archaeologist Christopher Fennell, who is principal investigator at the dig near Barry, Ill. In other stories in the first episode, we meet a photographer who is traveling across America documenting the many
s Frank McWorter, founder of New Philadelphia (Photo courtesy of Sandra McWorter and the Lincoln Presidential Library).
Governor Quinn on Illinois Budget Join WILL-TV and AM 580 for live coverage of Gov-
ernor Pat Quinn’s first budget message to the Illinois General Assembly at noon Wednesday, March 18, including reaction from legislative leaders and analysis from veteran Statehouse reporters. WILL-TV will repeat the address at 10 pm.
In celebration of the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth, every episode in the 2009 Prairie Fire season will include a feature story devoted to Lincoln’s life in central Illinois. This companion series to WILL-TV’s documentary Lincoln: Prelude to the Presidency will explore Lincoln’s formative years riding the Eighth Judicial Circuit as a traveling lawyer and how they shaped the man who became our 16th president. The Lincoln episodes were produced by Alison Davis Wood, who returns as Prairie Fire host this season. Steve said other highlights of the 2009 season include a behind-the-scenes tour of the Exotic Feline Rescue Center in Indiana, where abused or abandoned big cats find a home; we’ll see how a wind farm outside Bloomington is generating alternative energy; we’ll meet a group of enthusiasts who come from across the Midwest to race souped-up riding mowers to satisfy their need for speed; and we’ll visit airbrush artists, blacksmiths, fashion designers, memorabilia collectors, and many other people and places with intriguing central Illinois stories.
Shut-Off Delayed As Patterns went to press, Congress
passed legislation postponing the analog TV shut-off until June 12, 2009, and extending the converter coupon program until July 31, 2009. Some stations have decided to end their analog service on the original date of February 17; however, WILL will continue broadcasting its analog signal. WILL is here to help viewers through the transition. If you still have questions, please give us a call at 217-333-7300. PATTERNS • March 2009
What’s Cooking at WILL? What is it that draws us to those
comfort foods of chili, soup and stew? According to our WILL audience, the attraction is based on equal parts of tradition, creativity and connecting with others. Those were some of the comments submitted with your favorite recipes—the focus of our new Chili, Soups and Stews cooking show debuting at 7 pm Monday, March 9. Jodi Francis of Champaign upholds the tradition of making Hazel’s chili (her mother-in-law’s recipe) every winter while Ericka Crist of Atwood cooks the same minestrone soup with herb garlic garnish she created as a teenager to now feed her own family. Ephie Crain of Tilton knows that her vegetable beef soup is considered a staple of her family’s annual weenie roast. Lisa Braddock of Fisher received a great white chicken chili recipe from a family of campers last summer, thanks to her job as campground host for Utah’s Arches National Park. Even when recipes originated with sources other than family, they perse-
vere. Carol Buss of Urbana lost the magazine long ago, but still makes a hearty oven-baked beef daube stew. Likewise with Reva Egherman of Champaign, who got her recipe for Riddle’s winter-perfect honey lamb stew from a restaurant in St. Louis. Beverly Foote of Charleston used her creativity to turn a casserole recipe into cauliflower and legume soup. Paula Wells of Urbana took five years, along with suggestions from numerous friends and family, to perfect her Chisholm Trail chili. Ruth Raines of Champaign employs the philosophy that soup recipes are refined over the years, based on the discovery that what is left out is as important as what is put in.
That’s especially true in how cooks construct chili. The recipes we received include mainstream variations of beef, tomatoes, chilis and beans, such as the one from Nadine Stewart of Jacksonville, but also include vegetarian varieties like butternut squash chili made by Meredith Schroeer of Normal. Mark Hurts of Tolono goes all out with his chili verde, which features pork, chicken, potatoes and four kinds of peppers. So before we bid farewell to winter, join us to discover who’s in the kitchen with hosts David Inge and Doyle Moore for our live studio program of Chili, Soups and Stews. And stay tuned for details on the companion cookbook so you can add all of the great recipes to your repertoire!
Now That’s a Progressive Dinner! Continuing a public televi-
sion tradition of showcasing culinary stars, a new program brings together six of America’s favorite chefs, who pay tribute to our diversity in food and culture. Setting the stage for an hour’s worth of mouthwatering dishes perfect for family and friends, A Moveable Feast at 3 pm Sunday, March 8, begins with all of the chefs sharing the stage in a communal kitchen. In the spirit of a potluck dinner, each chef contributes a single course to the banquet, then “passes the plate” to the next. Leaving the group kitchen, we’re transported to Boston and Ming Tsai’s restaurant, Blue Ginger. Master of East-West cuisine, Tsai prepares ginger syrup, the basis for his golden ginger thaihito and ginger
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margarita. Then Ruth Reichl of Gourmet’s Diary of a Foodie picks up the tongs and presents some quick and tasty appetizers, including shrimp curry in lettuce leaves. Taking a quick drive from Manhattan to Queens, Lidia Bastianich rolls up her sleeves and prepares a delectable
‘primi’ dish—one of her trademark pastas featuring fresh-made pesto. Arriving in Chicago, Rick Bayless creates a memorable Mexican dish—cafe tacuba-style creamy chicken enchiladas—confirming his role in bringing authentic Mexican cuisine to America. Using a recipe flown in from Spain, Jose Andres prepares a zesty dish—pork loin baked in sea salt with sliced Spanish-cured ham. And to end on a sweet note, Christopher Kimball brings the whole group back together for an apple dessert that’s classically American. A Moveable Feast concludes with all six chefs tasting their colleagues’ foods and sharing stories from this unique progressive dinner experience.
A Monarch’s Madness Few actors could follow roles like Magneto in
X-Men and Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings trilogy with King Lear, but Ian McKellen proves himself worthy of the task. Arguably the finest Shakespearean actor of his generation, he re-creates his recent stage performance of the tragic monarch in a special television adaptation for Great Performances, airing at 8 pm Wednesday, March 25. The program includes nearly all the original cast members of the sold-out Royal Shakespeare Company production that premiered in April 2007 and toured internationally before concluding in January 2008. Joining McKellen are Romola Garai (Atonement), Frances Barber and Monica Dolan as King Lear’s daughters, Cordelia, Goneril and Regan, respectively; William Gaunt as his longtime ally Gloucester; Ben Mayjes as Gloucester’s rejected son, Edgar; Philip Winchester as Gloucester’s illegitimate son, Edmund; and Sylvester McCoy as Lear’s Fool.
s Clockwise from above: Romola Garai as Cordelia, Ian McKellen as Lear, Frances Barber and Monica Dolan as Goneril and Regan, and Philip Winchester as Edmund.
Last of the Summer Wine Marathon Features a Special Guest It seems only fitting to honor the world’s longest-
running sitcom with a 2-hour marathon session, so that’s just what we’re doing at 8:30 pm Tuesday, March 10 (repeated 9:20 pm Thursday, March 12), as part of our pledge drive. The bonus? The show’s producer, Alan J.W. Bell, will join us in studio March 10 to share a special behind-the-scenes film never before seen on television! What a great opportunity for all Last of the Summer Wine fans to show your support for this enduring classic! PATTERNS • March 2009
WILL-TV WILL Digital TV Create Daytime Schedule
World Primetime Schedule
Programs provide expert advice on cooking, arts & crafts, gardening, home improvement and travel.
Sundays and Wednesdays
s Darley Newman
Saturday Marathons on Create
Saturdays are filled with a day of how-to programs focusing on a specific theme. Here’s what’s coming up in March.
March 7 O Canada Our favorite globe trotters, Darley Newman, Burt Wolf, George Bauer and Joseph Rosendo will take you across the American boarder to experience the glory of Canada. Your itinerary will include Quebec, Ontario, Vancouver and Toronto.
March 14 Luck O’ the Irish World travelers Rick Steves, Rudy Maxa and Burt Wolf will be showing us the sites of Ireland. For a different perspective, Darley Newman will be taking us on horseback through the Irish Countryside.
March 21 Moment of Luxury Travel around the world with interior designer, Bill Stubbs. You’ll be inspired by the elegant designs and Bill will show you how to recreate them for your home on a much smaller budget.
March 28 Ladies of Leisure Traveling, sewing, cooking, gardening, and crafting—there’s something for everyone in this marathon.
Nightly News Programming 9:00 NewsHour with Jim Lehrer 10:00 Nightly Business Report 10:30 Worldfocus
6:00/Noon Jacques Pepin 6:30/12:30 Lidia’s Italy 7:00/1:00 Healthy Flavors 7:30/1:30 Perfect Day or Sara’s Weeknight Meals 8:00/2:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 8:30/2:30 Art Wolfe 9:00/3:00 Garden Smart 9:30/3:30 Ask This Old House 10:00/4:00 For Your Home 10:30/4:30 Cultivating Life 11:00/5:00 Knit & Crochet Today 11:30/5:30 Gary Spetz’s Painting Wild Places!
Mondays and Fridays
7:00 Varies 7:30 Varies 8:00 American Experience
6:00/Noon Jacques Pepin 6:30/12:30 Lidia’s Italy 7:00/1:00 Spain...On the Road Again 8:00/2:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 8:30/2:30 Art Wolfe or Africa Trek 9:00/3:00 Garden Smart 9:30/3:30 This Old House 10:00/4:00 American Woodshop or Cultivating Life 10:30/4:30 Cultivating Life 11:00/5:00 Sewing with Nancy 11:30/5:30 Donna Dewberry or Everyday Food
Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00/Noon Chefs Story 6:30/12:30 Cook’s Country or Baking With Julie 7:00/1:00 Christina Cooks 7:30/1:30 Endless Feast 8:00/2:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 8:30/2:30 Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions 9:00/3:00 Victory Garden 9:30/3:30 New Yankee Workshop 10:00/4:00 Katie Brown Workshop 10:30/4:30 Moment of Luxury Glass or With Vicki Payne 11:00/5:00 Your Brush with Nature 11:30/5:30 Best of the Joy of Painting
7:00 7:30 8:00 9:00 10:00
NOW on PBS McLaughlin Group Bill Moyers Journal Global Voices Varies
Mondays 7:00 Wild Chronicles 7:30 Wild Chronicles 8:00 Nature
Wednesdays 7:00 8:00
Independent Lens Afropop (3/4) National Debate Series (3/11) Frontline (3/18, 3/25)
Thursdays 7:00 Nova 8:00 Scientific American Frontiers Repeated Saturday at 10 pm.
Fridays 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30
Varies Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness P.O.V.: Traces of the Trade Varies Varies
Saturdays 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Nature History Detectives History Detectives Scientific American Frontiers Repeated from 8 pm Thursday.
Create and World schedules
World presents PBS documentaries, news and public affairs from 6 pm to 6 am on WILL-DT 3. Create airs in two six-hour blocks from 6 am on WILL-DT3. After the analog shut-off, Create and World will be on separate channels.
Locating the digital channels WILL-DT 1 is also on: Comcast: Channel 916 in C-U; Channel 917 in Springfield/Decatur Media Com: Channel 712 in Charleston and Gibson City Create/World are broadcast on WILL-DT 3 and on: Comcast: Channel 219 in C-U; Channel 220 in Springfield/Decatur
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WILL-TV/DTDaytime Monday - Friday
David Thiel, program director Saturday
Maya & Miquel
Body Electric (M, W, F) Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches (T, Th)
Between the Lions
French in Action
Sid the Science Kid
Make Way for Noddy
Sid the Science Kid
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood Mama Mirabelle
Bob the Builder
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Thomas & Friends
Wunderkind Little Amadeus
10:00 This Old House Hour
To the Contrary
10:30 11:00 Illinois Gardener
Barney & Friends
11:30 Victory Garden
Market to Market
It's a Big Big World (Gov. Quinn budget address 3/18)
The McLaughlin Group
A Place of Our Own
12:30 Cook's Country
eligion + Ethics R Newsweekly
New Yankee Workshop
Diary of a Foodie
This Old House Hour
Fetch!/Electric Company (F)
Volvo Ocean Race
Parklands of the Midwest
Cyberchase/Design Squad (F)
BBC World News
Nightly Business Report
Rick Steves’ Europe
Red Green Show
Great Performances at the Met “Thais” (3/28)
America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Heartland/ Hometown Housecall (3/29
WILL-TV WILL-TV/DT Primetime All WILL-TV programs are close captioned for the hearing impaired.
Key to Primetime Listings
(DVS) Descriptive Video Service available for the visually impaired through the Illinois Radio Reader. (TV-G) Suitable for all ages. (TV-PG) May contain material unsuitable for younger children. (TV-14) May contain material unsuitable for children under 14 years of age. (TV-MA) Specifically designed to be viewed by adults; unsuitable for children under age 17. (V) Graphic violence. (S) Explicit sexual activity. (L) Crude and indecent language. (HD) Available in high definition on WILL-DT (WS) Wide-screen format available
Friday Night Public Affairs
7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Now on PBS 8:00 Bill Moyers Journal
BritCom Saturday Night
8:00 As Time Goes By 8:30 Keeping Up Appearances 9:00 Are You Being Served 9:30 Ever Decreasing Circles 10:00 YourWeather 10:04 Red Green Show 10:26 Doctor Who 11:10 Doctor Who Confidential Schedule changes 3/14 and 3/21. See listings.
Daytime Specials Budget Address
Daytime programming will vary during the Festival fund drive: March 8, 14, 15, 21 and 22. See listings.
1:00 pm Sewing M: Knit and Crochet Today Tu: Sewing with Nancy W: America Sews Th: Martha’s Sewing Room F: Quilting Arts
1:30 pm Painting M: Best of Joy of Painting Tu: Wyland’s Art Studio W: Your Brush with Nature Th: Painting with Paulson F: Best of Scheewe
2:00 pm How Tos M: Piano Guy Tu: Wai Lana Yoga W: Garden Smart Th: Paint, Paper and Craft F: Katie Brown’s Workshop
Live coverage of Govenor Quinn’s budget message at noon Wednesday, March 18.
Great Performances at the Met presents Thais at 11 am Saturday, March 28.
Weekdays at 1 pm
Moveable Feast (3/9) Journey to Greatness (3/10) Be Well Now (3/11) Daniel Pink (3/12) You: Inner and Outer Beauty (3/13) PATTERNS • MARCH 2009
7:00 Nature (TV-G)(DVS) True Adventures of the Ultimate SpiderHunter. Join arachnid guru Martin Nicholas in finding the world’s most exotic spiders, including a bird-eater in Venezuela. 8:00 Opera Louisiane (TV-G) An accomplished roster of international stars and Louisiana natives celebrates the opening of a new opera company in Louisiana. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Globe Trekker (TV-G) (DVS) Sweden & Denmark. 11:00 Woodsongs (TV-G) Kathy Mattea.
Tribute to a Tenor
7:00 Antiques Roadshow (TV-G) Honolulu, Hawaii. Part 1 (2007). Repeated 7 pm Saturday. 8:00 Chihuly in the Hotshop (TV-G) Get an up-close view of artist Dale Chihuly’s process, from initial design to completed piece, as he creates glass art before a live audience in Tacoma’s Museum of Glass hotshop. 9:00 Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose Join Bangs on a quest for the modernday equivalent of the Kasbah, the walled residential quarters surrounding Moroccan cites. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Last of the Summer Wine 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 NOVA (TV-PG) (DVS) Walk to Beautiful. Follow the stories of five Ethiopian women devastated by a common aftermath of neglected childbirth as they journey to the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital. 8:00 In The Footsteps of Marco Polo (TV-G) Equal parts travelogue, adventure story, history trek and buddy movie, come along on a two-year attempt to retrace Marco Polo’s legendary 25,000-mile trek from Italy to China. 9:30 Geocache (TV-G) A look at the emerging outdoor sport that utilizes global satellite positioning technology, the Internet and hiking skills on a treasure hunt to locate items hidden around the world. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Last of the Summer Wine 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work (TV-PG) The Queen and Us. The story of a Buckingham Palace Garden Party through the eyes of four guests, along with several interesting travel experiences of the Royal family.
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Pavarotti: Salute Petra 7 pm Sunday, March 8 Repeated 8:50 pm March 19.
Marking the first anniversary of his passing, Pavarotti: Salute Petra honors the legendary Italian tenor in concert. Taped October 12, 2008, at the famous historical site of Petra (Jordan), performers include Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo, Cynthia Lawrence, Angela Gheorghiu and Andrea Bocelli. In keeping with Pavarotti’s legacy of generosity, proceeds from the live concert benefited projects in Afghanistan funded by the United Nations Refugee Agency and the United Nations World Food Programme.
Giving New Meaning to
Brainpower In a new public televi-
sion special, New York Times bestselling author Daniel Pink (A Whole New Mind: Why Right Brainers Will Rule the Future) describes the rise of right-brain thinking—artistry, empathy, big-picture thought—in our everyday lives. Drawing on his experience as a volunteer research subject at the National Institutes of Health, he offers a clear explanation of the differences between the two sides of the brain. Using that simple science as metaphor, he reveals why abilities characteristic of the right hemisphere are now the key to professional success and personal fulfillment. Daniel Pink: Living on the Right Side of the Brain 7 pm Tuesday, March 10 Repeated 1 pm Thursday.
Rocketing to worldwide fame in the early 1980s, Andy Summers, Stewart
Copeland and Sting—better known as The Police—revitalized rock ‘n roll with their signature fusion of punk, New Wave and reggae sounds. After a host of hit singles, five smash albums and six Grammy Awards between 1980 and 1984, group members parted ways in 1986. In 2007, Great Performances captured the reunited trio in The Police: Certifiable as they launched the band’s farewell tour from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Stay tuned for more great music from Paul Simon following The Police special. Great Performances The Police: Certifiable 7 pm Wednesday, March 11 Repeated 9 pm Friday; and 10:04 pm Saturday.
8:00 Great Performances (TV-G) Dance In America: Wolf Trap’s Face of America. An inside look at Wolf Trap’s celebration of America’s cultural and natural landscapes with new commissioned works by the country’s top choreographers and musicians. 9:30 Jonathan Green: The Art and Dance (TV-G) Choreographer William Starrett combines music, dance and art to bring Jonathan Green’s paintings of South Carolina’s Gullah culture to the ballet stage. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Last of the Summer Wine 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 Illinois Gardener Repeated 11 am Saturday. 7:30 Prairie Fire 8:00 This Old House Hour (TV-G) 9:00 Soundstage (TV-PG) Seal. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Last of the Summer Wine 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 Public Affairs See page 5. 9:00 Last Ghost of War (TV-PG) (DVS) Meet plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit seeking justice and compensation from U.S. chemical companies charged with introducing Agent Orange into Vietnam’s food chain. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Last of the Summer Wine 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 Antiques Roadshow (TV-G) Honolulu, Hawaii. Part 1 (2007). Repeated from 7 pm Monday. 8:00 BritCom Saturday Night See page 5. 11:30 Austin City Limits (TV-G) Brad Paisley and Dierks Bentley.
2:00 Heart Healthy Yoga: Yoga for the Rest of Us 3:00 Moveable Feast with America’s Favorite Chefs See article page 2. 4:30 Visions: The Great Cities of Europe Experience an overview of London, Amsterdam, the French Riviera and Monaco, Rome, Vienna, Budapest, Prague, Dublin, Florence, Venice and Paris. 6:00 Doctor Who Series The Family of Blood. 7:00 Pavarotti: Salute Petra See article page 6. Repeated 8:50 pm March 19. PATTERNS • MARCH 2009
WILL-TV After learning to play by
Perfecting the Art of
Acoustic Guitar Play Tommy Emmanuel: Center Stage 8:10 pm Thursday, March 12
ear at age 4, guitarist Tommy Emmanuel’s career spans more than four decades. His unique finger style is akin to playing guitar the way a pianist plays piano, using all 10 fingers. A household name in his native Australia, Emmanuel is a two-time Grammy nominee, the only non-American to be inducted into the Thumb Pickers Hall of Fame and ranked in the top three favorite artists among readers of Acoustic Guitar magazine. Tommy Emmanuel: Center Stage was filmed in high definition at the Sierra Nevada Brewery in Chico, Calif., for public television and includes four never-before recorded tracks.
7:55 Yanni Voices: Live from the Forum In Acapulco A new concert featuring Yanni’s orchestra and four extraordinary young vocalists, captured with 12 cameras over four nights at Acapulco’s Forum at Mundo Imperial. 9:45 Chris Botti: Live In Boston Trumpeter Chris Botti brings together Sting, Lucia Micarelli, John Mayer, Josh Groban, Katharine McPhee, Yo-Yo Ma, Steven Tyler and Sy Smith at Symphony Hall in Boston, with Keith Lockhart conducting The Boston Pops. 11:00 Journey to Greatness with Noah benShea International best-selling author Noah benShea shows how lifelong learning and a commitment to self-improvement can renew spirit, re-orient efforts and transform life. Repeated 1 pm Tuesday.
7:00 Chili, Soups and Stews See article page 2. Repeated 11:30 am Saturday; 2 pm Sunday; and 9 am Saturday, March 21. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Be Well Now! Based on her national bestseller, Nancy Snyderman, MD, explains the life-extending, health-improving medical truths and debunks the myths in this new special. Repeated 10 am Saturday; 1 pm Wednesday; and 8:50 pm Wednesday, March 18. 11:30 Charlie Rose
Much More Than
a One and a Two!
This compilation of outstanding musical produc-
tion numbers from public television specials produced during the past 10 years salutes the beloved members of the Lawrence Welk Musical Family. Eighteen solo and group artists are spotlighted in short biographies, illustrated by their personal collections of photographs. Featured are Anacani, Bobby Burgess, Jo Ann Castle, Henry Cuesta, Dick Dale, Ken Delo, Arthur Duncan, Ralna English, Joe Feeney, Myron Floren, Guy Hovis, Jack Imel, Lennon Sisters, Mary Lou Metzger, Tom Netherton, Bob Ralston, Jimmy Roberts and Norma Zimmer.
Welk Stars: Through the Years 6 pm Saturday, March 14
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A Most Memorable Evening
Renée Fleming, one of the world’s leading sopranos, headlines the opening night gala of the Metropolitan Opera’s 125th anniversary season, featuring fully staged excerpts from three of her favorite operas. Joined by tenor Ramon Vargas, baritones Thomas Hampson and Dwayne Croft and bass Robert Lloyd, Fleming appears in the second act of Verdi’s La Traviata, the third act of Massenet’s Manon and the final scene from Strauss’ Capriccio. Music director James Levine and maestros Marco Armiliato and Patrick Summers share the podium for this special event.
Great Performances at the Met The Metropolitan Opera Opening Night Gala Starring Renée Fleming 7 pm Sunday, March 15
Revisit Lincoln and Ten Sisters Documentaries If you missed the February debut of our
new documentary, Lincoln: Prelude to the Presidency, you can still discover the numerous ways that Lincoln’s time on the Illinois Eighth Judicial Circuit shaped him as our 16th President. This WILL-produced documentary features interviews with Lincoln scholars Doris Kearns Goodwin, Edna Greene Medford and Orville Vernon Burton, as well as reenactments of various cases Lincoln tried. You also have a chance to meet producer Alison Davis Wood and see the documentary on the big screen this month. Lincoln: Prelude to the Presidency and Looking for Lincoln, produced by WNET, will be shown during Lincolnfest’s Free Family Matinee, beginning at 1 pm Saturday, March 14, at the Virginia Theatre in Champaign. Alison Davis Wood hosts.
adoptive homes. Ten Sisters: A True Story recounts the legal proceeding that separated the daughters of Glen and Ruth Waggoner from each other and their parents. Lincoln: Prelude to the Presidency 7 pm Monday, March 16 Ten Sisters: A True Story 8:10 pm Monday, March 16
The 10 Waggoner sisters of Illinois’ Paradise Township, grew up caring for one another in their rural two-room home when their parents remained too distracted by financial troubles and disagreements to nurture them. Everything changed in March 1942 when the sisters became wards of the state and were placed in orphanages, foster and PATTERNS • MARCH 2009
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Taped before an audience of 2,500 enthusiastic fans in November 2008, Daniel
O’Donnell’s Hope and Praise concert is an uplifting mix of multi-denominational hymns, gospel and pop songs featuring an orchestra, a 24-member young adult choir, a 12-member children’s choir, Daniel’s band and Mary Duff.
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Three Roman Catholic clergymen from Northern Ireland—brothers Eugene and Martin O’Hagan and their friend David Delargy—are trained vocalists brought together by their faith and passion for music. Performing at Armagh, one of Ireland’s most prestigious cathedrals, The Priests are accompanied by a full orchestra and choir and joined by legendary flutist Sir James Galway and Moya Brennan of Clannad.
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Experience the land of saints and scholars in high definition, set to a soundtrack that includes traditional jigs and reels, as well as modern Celtic rock. Visions of Ireland reveals the country’s timeless country glens, abundant fishing ports, the famous golf courses of counties Kerry and Cork and more.
Daniel O’Donnell Hope and Praise 7 pm Tuesday, March 17 Repeated 3 pm Saturday.
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7:00 Daniel Pink: Living on the Right Side of the Brain (TV-PG) See article page 6. Repeated 1 pm Thursday. 8:30 Last of the Summer Wine Marathon See article page 3. Repeated 9:20 pm Thursday. 10:28 Your Weather 10:32 Eckhart Tolle: Awakening in the Now The first broadcast featuring excerpts from a rare public lecture presented in 2007 by Eckhart Tolle in Los Angeles. Repeated 10:40 pm Sunday.
7:00 Great Performances (TV-G) The Police Certifiable. See article page 7. Repeated 9 pm Friday; and 10:04 pm Saturday. 8:20 Paul Simon: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song (TV-G) Simon received this newly-created award in recognition of popular music’s impact on the world’s culture at a gala concert in Washington, DC’s Warner Theatre, featuring appearances by his friends and fellow musicians. Repeated 9 pm Friday, March 20. 9:40 You: Inner and Outer Beauty with Dr. Michael Roizen Beauty, including that of heart, brain and soul, influences how you feel about yourself and your overall feelings of happiness and satisfaction. Repeated 1 pm Friday. 11:00 Charlie Rose
7:00 Alison Krauss: A Hundred Miles Or More (TV-PG) Join Krauss performing with members of her band, Union Station, and special guest musicians, including Brad Paisley, James Taylor, John Waite, Tony Rice, Sam Bush and Stuart Duncan. Repeated 9:30 pm Sunday.
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8:10 Tommy Emmanuel: Center Stage See article page 8. 9:20 Last of the Summer Wine Marathon See article page 3. 11:20 Charlie Rose
7:00 Public Affairs See page 5. 9:00 Great Performances (TV-G) The Police: Certifiable. See article page 7. Repeated from 7 pm Wednesday. 10:20 Your Weather 10:25 Rock, Rhythm & Doo Wop (TV-G) This program features over 200 performers from rock and roll, rhythm and blues and doo wop music, including Little Richard, Jay Black and The Americans, Little Anthony & The Imperials, Lenny Welch and more.
9 am Heart Healthy Yoga: Yoga for the Rest of Us 10:00 Be Well Now! Repeated from 10:02 pm Monday. 11:30 Chilis, Soups and Stews 2:30 pm Rick Steves’ Romantic Europe 4:30 Rick Steves’ Iran (TV-G) (DVS) Join Rick Steves as he explores Iran’s artistic and cultural heritage, splendid monuments, bustling cities, historic capital and countryside villages. 6:00 Welk Stars: Through The Years See article page 8. 8:00 As Time Goes By Reunion Special (TV-PG) Dame Judi Dench and Geoffrey Palmer bring their beloved television characters, Jean Pargetter and Lionel Hardcastle, back to life as they anticipate additions to their extended family. Repeated 9:30 pm Monday. 10:00 Your Weather
Handel’s Alexander’s Feast Saturday, March 21, 2009 7:30 pm BACH initiates a yearlong celebration of the music of G.F. Handel with this richly scored setting of John Dryden’s “Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day” for chorus and orchestra. Smith Memorial Hall, 805 S. Mathews Ave., Urbana, $18/$15/$10 Purchase tickets online, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 217-378-6802. www.baroqueartists.org 10:04 Great Performances (TV-G) The Police: Certifiable. See article page 7. Repeated from 7 pm Wednesday. 11:33 Chris Botti: Live in Boston Repeated from 9:45 Sunday.
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2:00 Chili, Soups and Stews 5:00 Rick Steves’ Romantic Europe 7:00 Great Performances (TV-G) At The Met - The Metropolitan Opera Opening Night Gala Starring Renee Fleming See article page 9. 9:30 Alison Krauss: A Hundred Miles Or More (TV-PG) Repeated from 7 pm Thursday. 10:35 Your Weather 10:40 Eckhart Tolle: Awakening in the Now Repeated from 10:32 Tuesday.
16Monday 7:00 Lincoln: Prelude to the Presidency (TV-G) See article page 9. 8:15 Ten Sisters - A True Story (TV-PG) (DVS) See article page 9. 9:30 As Time Goes By Reunion Special (TV-PG) Repeated from 8 pm Saturday. 11:30 Charlie Rose
7:00 Daniel O’Donnell Hope and Praise See article page 10. Repeated 3 pm Saturday. 8:50 Priests In Concert at Armagh Cathedral (TV-G) See article page 10. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Visions of Ireland (TV-G) See article page 10. 11:30 Charlie Rose
7:00 Welk Stars: Through The Years Repeated from 6 pm Saturday. 8:50 Be Well Now! Repeated from 10:02 pm Tuesday, March 9.
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9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Illinois Lawmakers: Gov. Quinn Budget Address 11:30 Charlie Rose
7:00 Illinois Gardener 7:30 3 Mo’ Divas From Puccini to Proud Mary, Jamet Pittman, Laurice Lanier and Nova Payton offer amazing individual and group performances. 8:50 Pavarotti: Salute Petra Repeated from 7 pm Sunday, March 8. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 You: Inner and Outer Beauty with Dr. Michael Roizen Repeated from 9:40 Wednesday, March 11. 11:30 Charlie Rose
7:00 Public Affairs See page 5. 9:00 Paul Simon: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song (TV-G) Repeated from 8:20 pm Wednesday. 10:20 Your Weather 10:25 3 Mo’ Divas Repeated from 7:30 Thursday. 11:30 Charlie Rose
9:00 Chili, Soups and Stews Noon Moveable Feast with America’s Favorite Chefs Repeated from 3 pm Sunday, March 8. 1:30 Visions: The Great Cities of Europe Repeated from 4:30 pm Sunday, March 8. 3:00 Daniel O’Donnell Hope and Praise Repeated from 7 pm Tuesday, March 17. 5:00 Welk Stars: Through The Years Repeated from 6 pm Saturday, March 14.
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7:00 Viewer’s Choice 10:00 Your Weather
3:00 Masterpiece Classic (TV-PG) David Copperfield. Part 1 of 2. The acclaimed 2000 adaptation of Charles Dickens’ beloved novel boasts an all-star cast headed by Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter). 4:30 Masterpiece Classic (TV-PG) David Copperfield. Part 2 of 2. 7:00 Viewer’s Choice 9:58 Your Weather
7:00 Antiques Roadshow (TV-G) Wichita, Kan. Part 3 of 3. Repeated 7 pm Saturday. 8:00 Sister Aimee: American Experience (TV-PG)(DVS) A revealing portrait of Aimee Semple McPherson, a controversial evangelist who brought conservative Protestantism into mainstream culture and politics. 9:00 Powder & The Glory (DVS) The story of competing companies formed by immigrants Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein that defined a new business segment and created what is now the $150 billion global health and beauty industry. 10:28 Your Weather 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 NOVA (DVS) Extreme Ice. Join a photojournalist and a scientific team as they deploy time-lapse cameras in remote locations to create a photo archive of melting graciers in the hopes of understanding how they drive rising sea levels.
April 3 — Der Rosenkavalier Sinfonia presents a concert version of Richard Strauss’s colorful opera Der Rosenkavalier. Featuring over 20 vocalists and a large orchestra, this legendary work will be preformed for the first time in Central Illinois.
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8:00 Frontline Sick Around the World A look at what the United States could learn from the health care systems of Japan, Germany, Taiwan, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. 9:00 Betty Ford: The Real Deal Drawing from a 2002 interview, historian Michael Beschloss paints an intimate portrait of the former First Lady, including her advocacy for equal rights and founding the treatment center that bears her name. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Last of the Summer Wine 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 Great Performances (TV-G) King Lear. See article page 3. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Last of the Summer Wine 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 Illinois Gardener 7:30 Prairie Fire Season premiere includes New Philadelphia/Lincoln Photographer/Lincoln: On Slavery. See article page 1. 8:00 This Old House Hour (TV-G) 9:00 Gershwin at One Symphony Place 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Last of the Summer Wine 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 Public Affairs See page 5. 9:00 Independent Lens (TV-PG) Arusi Persian Wedding. Iranian American filmmaker Marjan Tehrani chronicles her
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brother’s return to Iran during the start of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, as he travels with his American wife to have a traditional Persian wedding and explore his lost heritage. Your Weather Last of the Summer Wine Are You Being Served? Charlie Rose
7:00 Antiques Roadshow (TV-G) Wichita, Kan. Part 3 of 3. Repeated from 7 pm Monday. 8:00 BritCom Saturday Night See page 5. 11:30 Austin City Limits Corinne Bailey Rae/KT Tunstall.
7:00 Nature (DVS) Kilauea: Mountain of Fire. Join filmmaker Paul Atkins on Hawaii’s Big Island as he captures the Kilauea volcano, which has created 544 acres of new land and consumed 200 homes since 1983. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic (TV-PG) Little Dorrit. This lavish new adaptation follows the Dorrit family and the rich array of characters they encounter on their way from rags to riches and back again. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Globe Trekker (TV-G) (DVS) Food Hour: Southern India. 11:00 Woodsongs (TV-G) Del McCoury Band.
10:02 Last of the Summer Wine 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 NOVA Last Extinction. Discover the story behind the May 2008 headlines when a team of scientists announced newfound evidence of an impact from space that contributed to the extinction of more than 34 types of prehistoric animals. 8:00 Frontline Sick Around America. An examination of the best and worst of U.S. healthcare through the experiences of ordinary Americans. 9:00 Journey to Planet Earth (TV-PG) The State of the Planet’s Oceans. The latest installment in this series investigates issues affecting marine preserves, fisheries and coastal ecosystems in the United States and elsewhere. 9:58 Your Weather 10:02 Last of the Summer Wine 10:32 Are You Being Served? 11:03 Charlie Rose
7:00 Antiques Roadshow (TV-G) Chattanooga, Tenn. Part 1 of 3. Repeated 7 pm Saturday. 8:00 Live from Lincoln Center Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. 9:58 Your Weather PATTERNS • MARCH 2009 13
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WILL-AM Join us at the Beef House in Covington, Ind., on March 10 for our AM 580 All Day Agricultural Outlook Meeting. This year might be our strongest lineup ever.
AM 580 Agricultural Director Dave Dickey said, “With the high degree of uncertainty about what producers will plant due to fluctuations in input costs, our lineup of analysts will offer up-to-the-minute information to help manage risk and increase onfarm profitability.” Presenters include: Glen Ring of Glen Ring Enterprises from Cedar Falls, Iowa, who will provide us with his unique technical analysis for 2009; ADM chief economist Parry Dickson from ADM in Decatur, who will brief us through world market fundamentals; Bob Boesdorfer,
senior vice president – commercial and agribusiness banking, First Midwest Bank, who will discuss production costs and farm revenue from the banking and producer perspectives; Murray Wise, chief executive officer and chairman of the Westchester Group in Naples, Fla., who will provide expertise on land values; AM 580 chief meteorologist Ed Kieser who will give us the latest on agricultural weather; and University of Illinois economist Gary Schnitzkey, who will walk us through 2009 crop insurance options.
We’ll also have futures and basis analysis panels for both corn and soybeans. Registration at the Beef House in Covington begins at 8:15 a.m. Eastern time (7:15 a.m. Central) with the first panel scheduled for 8:45 a.m. Eastern (7:45 a.m. Central). Cost is $16, which includes a light continental breakfast and a lunch buffet. Full details are on our web site, willag.org.
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Tackling More Issues Saturdays at 6 March 7 is another episode of Side-
topic of whether major reductions in carbon emissions are worth the money. Peter Huber, Bjorn Lomborg and Philip Stott come out in favor of the idea, while Daniel Kammen, Oliver Tickell and Adam Werbach speak against it.
track, AM 580’s monthly news/features magazine hosted by Jason Croft. Sidetrack brings you the stories you might have otherwise missed. Sometimes offbeat, sometimes unusual, but never dull, it’s a fresh look at the what’s going on in our backyard and around the world. The issues at the center of America’s consciousness take center stage on the rest of March Saturdays. The mountains and caves of the tribal regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan are the stomping ground of terrorists— where the plots are hatched that threaten America’s security. On March 14 at 6 pm, America Abroad: Terror, Tribes and the Taliban explores the deteriorating
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conditions on the ground there, and the inability of Kabul and Islamabad to tame the badlands along their border. NPR’s Intelligence Squared, which brings Oxford-style debating to America, at 6 pm March 21 tackles the
In line with its tradition of offering award-winning radio programming, a new Stanley Foundation series takes an in-depth look at the rapidly changing global order and what it means for the United States. The March 28 installment at 6 pm, India Rising, examines the effect of the Mumbai attacks on India’s economy, its internationalism, its pluralism and its openness. This nuclear-armed nation, the world’s biggest democracy, now faces a historic challenge—one that will test its mettle and shape its evolving world role. PATTERNS • MARCH 2009 15
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6 am The Morning Express with Vic Di Geronimo Everything you need to start your day, in one handy place! • Great classical music and companionship all morning long • A complete weather forecast at the top of each hour • NPR news headlines at 7:01, 8:01, 9:01 • Frequent time and weather checks each hour • School closings (when occurring) at 6:30, 7:04 and 7:30, and as confirmed (with a complete listing also available on will.illinois.edu) • Garrison Keillor’s The Writer’s Almanac at 7:45
10:01 am NPR News Headlines 10:06 am Mid-Morning Classics with Jeff Esworthy Noon Live and Local with Kevin Kelly Kevin’s new lunchtime get-together features music and a daily serving of news about and interviews with area music-makers.
Monday: Chicago Symphony Orchestra 3/2
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Leonard Slatkin, Miguel HarthBedoya,Georg Solti, cond; Cho-Liang Lin, violin; Yo-Yo Ma, cello; The Silk Road Ensemble. BRUCH, ZHOU LONG, BEETHOVEN Manfred Honeck, cond; John Sharp, cello SAINT-SAENS, R. STRAUSS, BRAHMS Charles Dutoit, cond; Lang Lang, piano SIBELIUS, CHOPIN, MUSSORGSKY/ RAVEL, RACHMANINOFF James Levine, cond SCHUBERT, BARTOK, MENDELSSOHN Charles Dutoit, cond HAYDN, RAVEL, DEBUSSY, HOLST
Tuesday: Chicago Ensembles 3/3 3/10 3/17
1:01 pm NPR News Headlines
Civic Orchestra of Chicago Alan Gilbert, cond RAVEL, MUSSORGSKY Chicago Chamber Musicians R. STRAUSS, FAURE Civic Orchestra of Chicago Cliff Colnot, cond All-BEETHOVEN program Chicago Chamber Musicians ROUSSEL, SCHUBERT, PONCHIELLI uSPECIAL: Carolan’s Dream. From our “Music You Can Use” series, a St. Pat’s compendium of the Baroqueinfluenced works of the blind harper, without interruption. A great soundtrack for your party, or for a contemplative evening alone!
1:06 pm Afternoon Classics
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Julie Amacher, Valerie Kahler and others keep you company throughout the afternoon and early evening with music and occasional news updates, including NPR headlines at a minute past 1 pm, 4 pm and 7 pm.
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Wednesday: Beethoven Festival Concerts 3/4 3/11 3/18 3/25
Elena Bashkirova, piano; Karl-Heinz Steffens, clarinet; Guy Braunstein & Michael Barenboim, violins; Amihai Grosz, viola; Kyril Zlotnikov, cello; Robert Holl, bass BEETHOVEN, HINDEMITH, BRAHMS, R. SCHUMANN Gewandhaus Quartet All-BEETHOVEN program New York Philharmonic Orchestra Lorin Maazel, cond BRUCKNER: Sym No 8 National Orchestra of France Kurt Masur, cond BEETHOVEN: Sym Nos 1, 2 & 3 Eroica
Thursday: New Jersey Symphony Orchestra 3/5 3/12 3/19 3/26
Hannu Lintu, cond; Kyoko Takezawa, violin BEETHOVEN, SIBELIUS Neeme Jarvi, cond BACH/BUSONI, HAYDN, SHOSTAKOVICH Kwame Ryan, cond Karen Gomyo, violin DVORAK, RACHMANINOFF Gilbert Varga, cond; Haochen Zhang, piano TCHAIKOVSKY, BARTOK
10:01 pm NPR News Headlines 10:06 pm (M-Th) Night Music Ward Jacobson, Bob Christiansen, Alison Young or John Zech keep you company through the wee hours.
Friday evening 3:59 pm Living Music Weekend To guide your choices, a calendar of weekend musical events in our area, presented by Roger Cooper.
4:01 pm NPR News Headlines 4:06 pm Broadway Revisited The American musical theater, explored by Art Hilgart. 3/6 Fred Astaire and Irving Berlin. Between 1935 and 1948, Irving Berlin wrote the scores for six Fred Astaire pictures. Today we sample all of them! 3/13 Pal Joey. The Rodgers & Hart show that led the way to modern musicals. 3/20 Oscar and Anita. Oscar Peterson and Anita O’Day sing Broadway. 3/27 The Lion Sings. The MGM musicals of Arthur Freed.
5:06 pm Fascinatin’ Rhythm Michael Lasser examines the history of American popular song. 3/6 Some Forgotten Females. Tin Pan Alley had women songwriters from its earliest days; here’s a chance to rediscover some forgotten writers of some remembered songs. 3/13 Ned Harrigan. This is the Harrigan that George M. Cohan wrote about; he helped to define the American musical in the 1880s and lift the Irish beyond stereotype. 3/20 Five Kinds of Songs. Making something out of something else: sentimental ballads, artistic songs, march songs, waltz songs, and ragtime songs. 3/27 Fred Fisher. You may never have heard of him, but you probably know Chicago, Oh, You Beautiful Doll, For Me and My Gal, and dozens more of his compositions.
6 pm The Song Is You
7 pm Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz Great playing, great conversation! 3/6 Joanne Brackeen. A virtuoso pianist and master composer, she has been a trailblazer for women in jazz. 3/13 Jesse Green. This pianist, composer and arranger’s father was trombonist Urbie Green and his mother, Kathy Preston, was a big band singer. 3/20 Kate McGarry. A singer/songwriter who has traveled many musical paths, exploring everything from Celtic music to swing and various genres in between. 3/27 Christopher Ziemba. An amazing young pianist and composer, currently honing his craft at the Eastman School of Music.
8 pm Riverwalk Jazz The Jim Cullum Jazz Band plays classic jazz. David Holt co-hosts with Jim. 3/6 Steppin’ Out with The Jim Cullum Jazz Band & Friends. Clarinetist Kenny Davern joins a session featuring high energy songs from the 20s and classic Ellington compositions. 3/13 Empress of the Blues: The Life & Music of Bessie Smith. Born in a ramshackle cabin, she danced on street corners for tips. Ma Rainey discovered her there; the rest is history. 3/20 The Rhythmakers: A Gathering of Jazz Titans. Trumpeter Duke Heitger and guitarist Clint Baker help celebrate Eddie Condon’s multiracial recording group. 3/27 A Night at Bricktop’s: Jazz in 1930s Montmartre. Ada ‘Bricktop’ Smith was the red-headed American chanteuse who taught Paris how to Charleston. Music from the bohemian jazz scene there in the ’30s includes repertoire from Django Reinhardt, Satchmo and Cole Porter.
Midnight Bluegrass Breakdown Nashville’s Dave Higgs presents bluegrass music, often with live performances in the mix.
1 am The Bluegrass Review More bluegrass music, interviews and features, with host Phil Nusbaum providing an historical perspective.
2 am The Folk Sampler From the foothills of the Ozarks, Mike Flynn presents folk, traditional, bluegrass and blues.
3 am The Art of the Song Exploring creativity in songwriting and other arts.
4 am Celtic Connections From Carbondale, Brian Crow plays music of Ireland, Scotland, Wales and Brittany.
9 pm Rhythm, Sweet & Hot Rare and wonderful recordings from the ’20s through the ’50s, primarily from 78s.
10 pm Radio Deluxe Jazz singer/guitarist John Pizzarelli and his vocalist wife, Jessica Molaskey, host a two-hour weekly music party from their “deluxe living room!” Snappy patter, classics from the American Popular Songbook, and a lot of fun! Catch it Sundays from 4 to 6 pm as well!
Bonnie Grice talks with all sorts of people about the sorts of music that influenced them. 3/6 Elizabeth Streb. A huge name in the world of experimental dance with her dance company SLAM joins us for an hour to play music that influenced her through the years. 3/13 Giancarlo Impiglia. More than a celebrated painter and graphic artist, he’s a true renaissance man, who shares some of his musical passions, from Pavarotti to Led Zep. 3/20 Bill Charlap. The jazz pianist’s mother is singer Sandy Stewart; his father was famed Broadway composer Moose Charlap, who wrote the music for Mary Martin’s Peter Pan. 3/27 James Villas. Winner of the James Beard Award, the elegant author looks at food and music during our hour with him.
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We visit the campus of the Warren Performing Arts Center in Indianapolis to hear performers from Chicago (including Gabriel Cabrezas) and Bloomington, Indiana. From one of the world’s leading opera houses, in Houston, Texas, young singers and instrumentalists from Chicago and elsewhere perform the finale from Hansel and Gretel. From Saenger Auditorium in charming Mobile, Alabama, a show including Mobile’s Singing Children, a 42-member chorus aged 9-17.
Noon Afternoon at the Opera: Live from the Met!
s Sonny Rollins (8 pm, 3/21)
5 am Classical Music Gillian Martin helps you wake up, or go to sleep, depending.
7 am The Morning Show Vincent Trauth is your Saturday morning companion, offering classical music, weather, the occasional interview, NPR news headlines at 7:01 and Garrison Keillor’s almanac at 8:01 am.
9:01 am NPR News Headlines 9:06 am Classics By Request John Frayne plays requests at this time each Saturday morning. Submit requests at classreq@illinois. edu or (217) 265-5084.
10 am Classics of the Phonograph John Frayne’s weekly exploration of classical music from the pre-digital recording era. 3/7 Scheherazade. Favorite pin-up of the LP era! 3/14 The Allure of the Celtic Twilight. Stanford, Harty, Bax and Bantock. 3/21 Mravinsky & the Leningrad Philharmonic. Greatness behind the Curtain. 3/28 Vladimir Ashkenazy. The pianist turns conductor.
11 am From the Top A live performance program featuring America’s best young classical musicians! Pianist Chris O’Riley hosts. Each show repeats Sunday at 6 pm. 3/7 Guest artist Hilary Hahn plays with a number of talented young musicians and meets her number one fan.
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Margaret Juntwaite hosts, John Frayne provides the extras. 3/7 MADAME BUTTERFLY (Puccini). Patrick Summers, cond, with Cristina GallardoDomas, Maria Zifchak, Marcello Giordani and Dwayne Croft. 3/14 RUSALKA (Dvorak). Jiri Belohlavek, cond, with Renee Fleming, Christine Goerke, Stephanie Blythe, Aleksandrs Antonenko and Kristinn Sigmundsson. 3/21 THE SLEEPWALKER [LA SONNAMBULA] (Bellini). Evelino Pido, cond, with Natalie Dessay, Juan Diego Florez and Michele Pertusi. 3/28 THE RHINE GOLD [DAS RHEINGOLD] (Wagner). James Levine, cond, with Wendy Bryn Harmer, Yvonne Naef, Jill Grove, Kim Begley and James Morris.
4:01 pm NPR News Headlines 4:06 pm Footlight Parade Bill Rudman presents musical theater from Broadway to Hollywood. 3/7 The Toasts of Broadway. Songs written to toast someone or something, ranging from Rent’s “La Vie Boheme” to “The Drinking Song” from The Student Prince. 3/14 Spotlight on The Fantasticks. An hour celebrating an American classic that ran more than 17,000 performances, with fascinating observations by the show’s coauthor Tom Jones. 3/21 A Salute to Spring. We welcome the season that wins popularity contests hands down: spring songs performed by Julie Andrews, Al Jolson, Bobby Short and many more. 3/28 1959 on Stage. The best of the year including the Tony Award-winning Sound of Music and the Pulitzer Prize-winning Fiorello!
5 pm A Prairie Home Companion Garrison Keillor and friends present music, skits, and the latest news from Lake Wobegon. Each week’s program airs again at 2 pm Sunday on FM 90.9!
7 pm E-Town A variety show recorded live in front of an audience, featuring top bluegrass, folk and country artists, as well as conversation about our communities and our world. 3/7 @ Red Rocks I: Mavis Staples; Michael Franti & Spearhead. 3/14 @ Red Rocks II: Michael Franti & Spearhead; John Butler Trio. 3/21 Richie Havens; Angel Taylor. 3/28 Eliza Gilkyson; Matt Costa.
8 pm American Routes A program of and about all the roots and branches of American music, with host Nick Spitzer. 3/7 Herbie Hancock & the Neville Brothers. Hancock’s release River: the Joni Letters was only the second jazz recording ever to win the Grammy for Record of the Year. 3/14 James Blood Ulmer & Tracy Nelson. Elemental blues, jazz and country from two performers with deep roots and cosmic connections. 3/21 Sonny Rollins & Bob French. Saxophone colossus Rollins has been igniting the jazz scene ever since he was a kid, hanging out with his mentor Thelonious Monk. 3/28 America’s Hippie Heritage. Along with their spiritual forefathers the beatniks and folkies, hippies latched on to the great music before them and created their own versions.
10 pm The Saturday Special A month of concert documentaries. 3/7 Stevie Ray Vaughan and Friends: Pride and Joy. Stevie Ray jams with Bonnie Raitt, Jeff Beck, Albert and B. B. King in this program hosted by Ray Benson of Asleep at the Wheel. 3/14 Elvis: The ’68 Comeback Radio Special. Material from unedited live shows, backstage rehearsals, and some of the rawest, most captivating performances by the King ever captured. 3/21 Waylon Jennings: Never Say Die. The story behind his final concert at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, with musical highlights from that night. 3/28 My Own Peculiar Way: The Songs of Willie Nelson. Rich, colorful stories from Willie and his friends and family focusing on how his life intertwines with his bestknown songs.
11 pm The World Music Hour Dan Storper and Rosalie Howarth take you through music of many different cultures.
Midnight Blues Before Sunrise Where every month is Black History Month! Steve Cushing explores African-American music on the best blues show on the radio!
WILL-FM 90.9 and HD1
s Roy Harris (7 pm, 3/22)
5 am Classical Music Gillian Martin selects classical music for your Sunday morning, with NPR news headlines at 7:01 am and Garrison Keillor’s daily almanac at 8:01 am.
9 am Sunday Baroque Suzanne Bona provides relaxing early music by the likes of Bach, Handel and Vivaldi, at this new time. You’ll also hear NPR news headlines at 9:01 am and 12:01 pm.
1 pm The Thistle and Shamrock Fiona Ritchie hosts this program from Scotland, featuring traditional and contemporary music from Scotland, Ireland and elsewhere. 3/1 Welsh Momentum. From traditional harp music to genre-bending blends of Latin, funk and Afrobeat, with Drymbago, Mim Twm Llai, Gwenan Gibbard and Crasdant. 3/8 New Traditions. Music from traditional roots absorbs new influences and styles from the Celtic heartlands and around the world. 3/15 Irish Classics. A nostalgic browse through Irish classics of the ’70s and ’80s by the Bothy Band, Kevin Burke and Paul Brady. 3/22 Solas. Seamus Egan and Win Horan chat about their roles in shaping this influential Irish-American band and share loads of their music. 3/29 Bass Rock. Contributions by acoustic and electric bass to Celtic music are
Kevin Burke (1 pm, 3/15)
Gwenan Gibbard (1 pm, 3/1)
subtle, imaginative and, with players like Brittany’s Alain Genty, firmly in the foreground.
2 pm A Prairie Home Companion Garrison Keillor and friends with skits, music, comedy and the news from Lake Wobegon!
4 pm Radio Deluxe
Singer/guitarist John Pizzarelli and his singing wife, Jessica Molaskey, host a two-hour weekly music party from their “deluxe living room!” Snappy patter, classics from the American Popular Songbook, interesting guests, and a lot of fun!
6 pm From the Top A rebroadcast of NPR’s young classical musician showcase. (See Saturdays 11am listings.)
7 pm Prairie Performances with Roger Cooper A newly-expanded weekly program of regional concert broadcasts, interviews, reviews and previews. 3/1 Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra (1/31/09) Schumann & Syme Steven Larsen, cond; David Syme, piano BOLCOM, R. SCHUMANN, BRAHMS 3/8 International Women’s Day Special: The Women on the Prairie!
3/15 3/22 3/29
The U of I Women’s Glee Club, Amasong, Marilyn Horne, Ani Aznavoorian, Charlotte Mattax, Ollie Watts Davis, Karen Lynne Deal and others. Sinfonia da Camera (2/4/09) English Garden Ian Hobson, cond; Csaba Erdelyi , viola ELGAR, WALTON, VAUGHAN WILLIAMS Illinois Symphony Orchestra (2/6,7/09) Lincoln Bicentennial Karen Lynne Deal, cond UNGAR, HARRIS, DVORAK Prairie Ensemble (2/14/09) The Ultimate Valentine’s Date Kevin Kelly, cond; Stefan Milenkovich, violin; Ani Aznavoorian, cello; Rohan De Silva, piano MENDELSSOHN, NIELSEN, SUK, BEETHOVEN
10:01 pm NPR News Headlines 10:06 pm Harmonia Angela Mariani presents an hour of Baroque and early music. For this month’s program listings, visit will.illinois.edu and click on Schedules, WILLFM, Sunday and Harmonia.
11:06 pm The Romantic Hours Music, poetry and romance, seamlessly woven by Mona Golabek.
Midnight Classical Music Scott Blankenship eases you into the new week. PATTERNS • MARCH 2009 19
Inside WILL Community Foundation Supports Illinois Radio Reader Illinois Radio Reader (IRR) Director Deane Geiken accepted a grant of $2,450
Photo: Michael Owen Thomas
from Joan Dixon of the Community Foundation of East Central Illinois in January. This important grant award will be used to replace old subcarrier radios that use the analog TV signal. With the new receivers, users will continue receiving the IRR digital programming on the FM subcarrier signal.
6INTAGE 6INYL 3ALE
Set for May 16 from 8 am to 6 pm in the former Baskin’s clothing store at Lin-
coln Square Village, the 2009 Vintage Vinyl sale will offer hundreds of LPs, CDs, audio equipment and much more at garage sale prices. The proceeds directly fund WILL’s Illinois Radio Reader Service in bringing news, information and entertainment to east central Illinois residents who are visually impaired.
Boston and Beyond!
The premium sale, with a $5 admission fee, runs from 8 to 11 am. There’s no fee from 11 am to 3 pm. Doors close from 3-4 to prepare for the half-price sale, which runs from 4 to 6 pm.
Learn more about WILL’s New England/Nova Scotia Tour
Beginning March 16 until April 10, donations of recordings and equipment are being accepted at the local Busey Bank offices in Champaign, Urbana and Savoy. Please be sure that donations are in sturdy containers or boxes. On April 13, we’ll begin accepting donations at the sale site from 9 am to 4 pm. The Vintage Vinyl sale reserves the right to refuse any items deemed unsaleable or unsuitable for the sale. For more information or to volunteer, call Deane Geiken at 217-333-6503.
Last chance to enter! Kids, don’t forget to enter your stories in the Youth
Literature Festival Writing Contest. Spokesperson Jolette Law, coach of the Illinois women’s basketball team, encourages you to “Make a slam dunk with your writing!” Students in grades K-5 are eligible, but entries must be postmarked by March 9. The contest is sponsored by WILL Public Media, the College of Education and the University Library at the University of Illinois. For entry forms and rules, please visit the YLF Web site at youthlitfest.ed.uiuc.edu/contest or call 217-244-0708.
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about WILL’s New England Tour coming up in September? Join us for wine and cheese and answers to your questions. Photo: Michael Owen Thomas
Do you have questions
Sunday, March 8 3:30 pm Campbell Hall 300 N. Goodwin, Urbana Call 217-333-7300 to register.
to these Program Underwriters
WILL thanks these businesses for providing valuable underwriting on WILL AM-FM-TV.
For more information about how your business can benefit from underwriting, please call at (217) 333-1070.
Chili, Soups & Stews Thanks for Helping Cook Up Another Tasty Production! A new installment of WILL-TV’s popular local cooking show series will debut March 9. AM 580’s David Inge and WILL Chef in Residence Doyle Moore will once again host an array of central Illinois cooks live in our studio, this time sharing their favorite recipes for Chili, Soups and Stews with our viewers. Along with the show, WILL has published a cookbook of these recipes, submitted by viewers all across central Illinois and made possible by businesses who helped support and underwrite printing costs. We thank these businesses for helping fund the production of great local programs on WILL. • The Beckman Café is located on the west side of the first-floor Beckman Institute Atrium on the University of Illinois campus. Open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm with a selection of coffees, espresso drinks, bottled beverages, bagels and sweets, The Café serves lunch from 11 am to 2 pm and is planning to once again offer half-entrees and more dessert items for sale. • Common Ground Food Co-op is a cooperatively owned grocery store that promotes local and organic production, fosters conscious consumerism and builds community. Though it is community-owned, membership is not required to shop in the store! The Common Ground Food Co-op is now located in Lincoln Square Village. • World Harvest International and Gourmet Foods is located at 519 East University Avenue in Champaign and brings you great foods from around the world. Offering the area’s largest selection of cheeses, olives, olive oils and butters, they also have many varieties of fresh baked bread, treats such as baklava, harissa and freshly made hummus, and falafel.
AAA Storage Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum ADM Investor Services— Tabor Grain AG Edwards AgriGold Hybrids Allerton Park ALTO Vineyards Ameren The Andersons Archer Daniels Midland art mart Associated Antique Dealers Auditory Care Center Bah Humbug Productions Baroque Artists of Champaign- Urbana (BACH) The Beef House Bevande Coffee Shop Bevier Café and Spice Box The Blindman Bloomington Auction Gallery Bodywork Associates Brown Bag Deli Busey Bank C-U Craft League Carle Cancer Center Carle Spine Institute The Center for Advanced Study Central Illinois Antique Dealers Central Illinois Regional Airport Champaign Cycle Champaign-Danville Overhead Doors Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District Champaign-Urbana Symphony Chevy’s Fresh Mex Restaurant The Chorale Christie Clinic City of Urbana Farmer’s Market Clark Lindsey Village College of Education College Illinois Columbia Street Roastery Commerce Bank Common Ground Food Co-op Community Blood Services of Illinois Community Shares Illinois Corkscrew Wine Emporium Corley Photography Country Arbors Nursery Country Financial Crossroad Global Handcrafts Danville Symphony Decatur Earthmover Credit Union East Central Illinois Building & Construction Trades Council Eastern Rug Gallery Eberhardt Village Eco Water Treatments English Hedgerow Esquire Lounge Farm Credit Services of Illinois The Finn Group First Midwest Flooring Surfaces Friar Tuck’s Furniture Lounge Grainfield Marketing The Great Impasta Hendrick House Hickory Point Bank & Trust IBEW Local 601 IGA Supermarkets
Illinois Farm Bureau Illinois State Bar Association Illinois State University School of Music Illinois Symphony Orchestra Infant-Parent Institute Jane Addams Book Shop Kennedy’s at Stone Creek Kirkland Fine Arts Center Kraft Foods Krannert Art Museum Krannert Center for the Performing Arts Landscape Recycling Center LeRoy Veterinary Clinic Lincoln Square Village Meijer The Meredith Foundation Mervis Family Foundation Mid-Central Illinois Regional Council of Carpenters Minneci’s Ristorante Monticello Chamber of Commerce The Music Shoppe Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Owens Funeral Home Parkland College Theatre Patterson Office Supplies John T. Phipps Law Offices, P.C Prairie Ensemble Prairie Village Private Client Group at National City Bank Prospect Bank Radio Maria Ramada Hotel Ratio Architects RE/MAX Realty Associates Rental City Risk Management Commodities St. John’s Catholic Newman Center St. Joseph Apothecary Sangamon Auditorium Schnuck’s Supermarkets The Sea Boat Sew Sassy Silver Creek/Courier Cafe SIU School of Law Sinfonia da Camera State Farm Insurance Steamatic of C-U Stewart-Peterson Strategic Farm Marketing Strawberry Fields Supervalu Sweeney Brothers Rug Gallery Target Tate & Lyle Ten Thousand Villages That’s Rentertainment Thrifty Nickel TK Service Center Trophy Time U of I College of Law U of I Employees Credit Union University of Illinois Mike Weaver Ballroom Dance Worden-Martin Subaru World Gourmet Foods World Harvest International & Gourmet Foods The Yoga Institute
Cirque Ă&#x2030;loize: Nebbia
Angela Hewitt, piano
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
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Sinfonia da Camera: Classics and Contemporaries
Dessert and Conversation: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Maxwell Street Klezmer Band
Mark Morris Dance Group
Aswat: Celebrating the Golden Age of Arab Music
Jupiter String Quartet, Cleveland Quartet Award Winner Prelude: Jupiter String Quartet
Juan De Marcos and the Afro-Cuban All Stars
Anna Deavere Smith: Snapshots: Glimpses of America in Change TPO Company Demonstrations
u Join us for Power Hour at 7 am Wednesday, April 15, on AM 580. u On FM, an Easter weekend Saturday Special, Johnny Cash: Amazing Grace, explores the gospel roots of the Man in Black, April 11 at 10 pm.
u On WILL-TV, We Shall Remain spans 300 years of American history from the
perspective of its indigenous people. Composer Philip Glass is profiled by American Masters. And Jean-Michel Cousteau takes us on an ocean adventure to meet killer whales.
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