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July 2012

Public Television from Indiana University


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Weekday Schedule 6:00 Body Electric 6:30 Curious George 7:00 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 7:30 Super Why! 8:00 Dinosaur Train 8:30 Barney & Friends 9:00 Martha Speaks 9:30 Wild Kratts 10:00 Sesame Street 11:00 Sid the Science Kid Monday

11:30 Knitting Daily

3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30

WordGirl Arthur Electric Company Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman (Fridays) The Friday Zone

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

Quilting Arts

Knit and Crochet Sewing with Nancy Now!

America’s Test Kitchen

Chef Jon Besh’s New Orleans Beg 7/26 Clodagh’s Irish Food Trail

Primal Grill

Ask This Old House

Hometime

Julia Child 12:00 Mexico - One Plate at a Time Beg 7/16 Healthful Indian Flavors 12:30 Victory Garden

Woodsmith Shop This Old House

Friday

Antiques Roadshow

Michael Wood’s NOVA Story of England 7/5 Michael 7/25 Homeland: Wood’s Story of Immigration to England America

7/6 Horsemen Commeth 7/13 Solar Car: The Secrets of Ra7 7/20 For Gold and Glory 7/27 NOVA

2:00 Body Electric

Body Electric

Body Electric

Body Electric

Body Electric

2:30 Katie Brown Workshop

Beads, Baubles & Jewels

Best of the Joy of Painting

Crafting at the Paint This Way with Jerry Yarnell Spotted Canary

5:00 Charlie Rose

Charlie Rose

Charlie Rose

Charlie Rose

1:00 Nature 7/9 America’s Wildest Refuge

Moyers and Co.

5:55 WTIU Newsbreak WTIU Newsbreak WTIU Newsbreak WTIU Newsbreak WTIU Newsbreak 6:00 The European Journal

Religion & Ethics Growing Bolder NewsWeekly Beg 7/18 My Generation

The Weekly Special 7/5 Beyond Boundaries 7/12 Evolution of 7/27 IN Focus an Idea 7/19 4-Wheeled Fascination 7/26 From Checkered to Green

The Nightly 6:30 The Nightly Business Report Business Report

The Nightly Business Report

The Nightly The Nightly Business Report Business Report

7:00 PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

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This Month’s Highlights Queen & Country Sundays, July 1-22 at 8pm

In 2012, all eyes are on Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s secondlongest-reigning monarch, as England marks Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee. Join veteran newsman Sir Trevor McDonald as he looks at the traditions and institutions surrounding the monarchy, from Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace through the queen’s royal visits…to some of the greatest historic royal palaces.

Michael Wood’s Story of England Tuesdays, July 3 at 8pm and 9pm; July 10-17 8pm

Visit the village of Kibworth, Leicestershire, with historian Michael Wood as he tells the 2,000-year-old story of how this one settlement throughout English history. Kibworth, located in the heart of England, lived through the Black Death, the English Civil War, the Industrial Revolution and World War II. Intertwining the local and national narratives, Wood presents a moving and informative picture of one local community through time.

A Capitol Fourth (2012) Wednesday, July 4 at 8pm

Celebrate America’s birthday with this Independence Day tradition. Tom Bergeron takes the helm as the new host of the star-spangled affair, which features an inspiring Olympic tribute to Team USA and performances by Megan Hilty, Javier Colon, Kool & the Gang, Kelli O’Hara and the National Symphony Orchestra, topped off by the greatest display of fireworks anywhere in the nation.

John Leguizamo’s Tales From a Ghetto Klown Friday, July 13 at 9pm

Get a behind-the-scenes look at one of the industry’s most versatile actors: John Leguizamo. This profile of the actor/ playwright looks at his unorthodox rise to success while capturing his struggles to mount his latest one-man show.

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IU Arts Festival: Suor Angelica/Gianni Schicchi Sunday, July 15 at 10:30pm

Enjoy Giacomo Puccini’s classic from the 2011 performance from the Indiana University Opera Theater. Additional IU Arts Festival airings include Puccini’s La Boheme on Sunday, July 22 at 11pm and Tchaikovsky’s The Sleeping Beauty on Sunday, July 29 at 10:30pm.

History Detectives

Tuesdays, beginning July 17 at 9pm America’s top gumshoes are back for a 10th season. Wesley Cowan; Gwendolyn Wright; Elyse Luray; Dr. Eduardo Pagan; and Tukufu Zuberi leave no stone unturned as they travel around the country to explore the stories behind local folklore, prominent figures and family legends.

Homeland: Immigration To America Fridays, July 20-27 at 10pm

Probe one of the nation’s most polarizing issues and a key topic in the 2012 election: immigration. The two-part series presents contemporary stories of immigrants — legal and illegal — and those who confront them, help them, employ them and craft legislation that affects them.

Independent Lens: Strong! Thursday, July 26 at 9pm

A formidable figure standing 5’8” tall and weighing more than 300 pounds, Cheryl Haworth struggles to defend her champion status as her lifetime weightlifting career inches towards its inevitable end. Her journey as an elite athlete presents physical and personal challenges, including popular notions of power, strength, beauty and health. By Julie Wyman.

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1 Sunday

11:00 Horsemen Commeth

6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! DVS 8:00 Super Why! DVS 8:30 Dinosaur Train DVS 9:00 Sid the Science Kid 9:30 Martha Speaks DVS 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 WordGirl DVS 11:00 Pedal America DVS 11:30 Growing a Greener World 12:00 MotorWeek 12:30 Aviators 1:00 Horsemen Commeth

2 Monday

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

Follows air show pilots who are members of the world’s only P-51 Mustang formation aerobatic team. (r 7/1 11pm; 7/6 1pm)

2:00 Jewish Soldiers in Blue & Gray

Explores the sacrifices American Jews made for the Union and the Confederacy during the Civil War.

3:00 Queen Victoria’s Empire

Vintage Secaucus. (r 7/2 5am)

7:00 New Tricks 8:00 Queen & Country H

London: Royal City. The tradition of Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace and a visit to Horseguards are showcased. (r 7/2 midnight; 7/3 3am)

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! H

Endeavour. Shaun Evans stars as rookie Constable Morse, who investigates a murder that only he can solve. DVS (r 7/2 1am; 7/3 4am)

In 1784, frontier settlers formed the State of Franklin out of the western portion of North Carolina. (r 7/2 2:30am; 7/3 5:30am; 7/7 2:30am; 7/8 1pm; 7/9 4:30am)

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5 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special H Summer Sun. Take a look back at some of Hoosier’s favorite ways to enjoy the hot Indiana summer. (r 7/6 6pm)

9:00 Antiques Roadshow Atlantic City, NJ - Hour Three.

The Queen and Us. Four guests savor each moment of meeting the Queen during a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace. (r 7/3 1am; 7/4 4am; 7/6 5am; 7/8 4am; 7/8 5pm)

10:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work

3 Tuesday 8:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England H

Romans to Normans. The lost history of Kibworth, including a Roman villa, Vikings and the Norman Conquest, is explored. (r 7/4 2am, 1pm; 7/5 4am; 7/7 3am)

9:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England H

Peasants’ Revolt and the Black Death. Charts events in Kibworth leading to the people’s involvement in the Civil War of Simon de Montfort. (r 7/4 3am; 7/5 5am, 1pm; 7/7 4am)

10:00 FRONTLINE

Fast Times at West Philly High. Students and teachers from a West Philadelphia High School make superhybrid cars for a competition. (r 7/4 1pm; 7/8 2am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

4 Wednesday 8:00 Capitol Fourth H

10:30 Mysterious Lost State of Franklin H

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

Vintage Houston. (r 7/3 2am, 1pm; 7/4 5am; 7/8 6pm)

Head of State. The Queen of England’s role in the elaborate state opening of Parliament in London is showcased.

6:00 Antiques Roadshow

Repeat of 7/1.

8:00 Antiques Roadshow H

The Moral Crusade/The Scramble for Africa. By 1861 Britain is the world’s most powerful nation, but the death of Prince Albert weakens Victoria. (r 7/2 3am)

5:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work

Amazing fireworks and performances by the nation’s best musical artists highlight the celebration. (r 7/4 9:30pm; 7/5 1am, 2:30am)

9:30 Capitol Fourth

Repeat of 7/4 8 pm.

8:30 Jammin’ at Hippie Jack’s H

Abigail Washburn.

9:00 Globe Trekker H Globe Trekker Special: The Making of Globe Trekker. DVS (r 7/7 11am)

10:00 POV H

The City Dark. A fascinating look at the science of the dark and an exploration of our relationship to the stars. (r 7/6 2am; 7/8 3am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

6 Friday 8:00 Washington Week H

(r 7/8 5am)

8:30 Need to Know H (r 7/8 5:30am)

9:00 Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World H A celebration of the artistic legacy of the Muslim world provides a window into Islamic culture. (r 7/7 1am; 7/9 3am)

10:30 Mysterious Lost State of Franklin

Repeat of 7/1.

11:00 Moyers & Company H

7 Saturday 6:00 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood DVS 6:30 Bob the Builder DVS 7:00 Thomas & Friends DVS 7:30 Caillou 8:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog DVS 8:30 Wild Kratts 9:00 Cyberchase DVS 9:30 DragonflyTV 10:00 The Friday Zone 10:30 Travelscope DVS 11:00 Globe Trekker

Repeat of 7/5. DVS

H= Denotes a program new to WTIU.


12:00 Julia Child

12:30 Victory Garden

(r Mon 12:30pm)

1:00 Woodsmith Shop (r Tue 12:30pm)

1:30 This Old House

2:30 Hometime

3:00 Woodwright’s Shop

5:30 Indiana Week In Review H 6:00 Travelscope 6:30 Joy of Music

Celebration of America.

7:00 Lawrence Welk Show H 8:00 Brit-Wits Viewer Favorite H 8:30 Red Green Show 9:00 Austin City Limits Elvis Costello/The Band of Heathens.

10:00 Song of the Mountains

(r Fri 12:30pm)

Program produced with the IU Kelley School of Business.

Vintage Houston. Repeat of 7/2.

7:00 New Tricks 8:00 Queen & Country H

Royal Visit. The Queen attends the Braemar Gathering in Scotland, and visits Liverpool. (r 7/9 Midnight; 7/10 3am)

Inspector Lewis, Series V: The Soul of Genius. The detectives must solve multiple riddles after an Oxford professor is discovered ritually buried. (r 7/9 1am; 7/10 4am)

Traces the influence of Tennessee Tech tuba professor R. Winston Morris on tuba music worldwide. (r 7/9 2:30am; 7/10 5:30am)

11:00 Solar Car: The Secrets of Ra7

Principa College students enter a race to compete with other solar cars across the Australian outback. (r 7/13 1pm)

8 Sunday

6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! DVS 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train DVS 9:00 Sid the Science Kid 9:30 Martha Speaks DVS 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 WordGirl DVS 11:00 Pedal America DVS 11:30 Tracks Ahead H 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H 1:00 Mysterious Lost State of Franklin

9:00 Antiques Roadshow

Madison, WI - Hour One.

Inside the Firm. The Queen of England’s children discuss the roles they were born into and challenges of royal life. (r 7/10 1am; 7/11 4am; 7/12 5am; 7/15 5pm)

10:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

Endgame: AIDS In Black America. Traces the history of the AIDS epidemic through experiences of individuals in the black community. (r 7/11 1am; 7/15 2am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

11 Wednesday 8:00 Nature

Bears of the Last Frontier: City of Bears. Biologist Chris Morgan experiences close encounters with grizzly bears in the Alaska Peninsula. DVS (r 7/12 1am; 7/13 3am; 7/15 Midnight; 7/16 1pm)

9:00 NOVA

The Fabric of the Cosmos: What Is Space?. Space is a dynamic fabric that can stretch, twist, warp and ripple under the influence of gravity. DVS (r 7/12 2am, 1pm; 7/13 4am; 7/15 1am)

10:00 NOVA

8:00 Antiques Roadshow H Vintage Atlanta. (r 7/10 2am, 1pm; 7/11 5am; 7/14 4am; 7/15 6pm)

The Seeds of Reform. The story of Kibworth moves on to dramatic battles of conscience during the Hundred Years’ War. (r 7/11 3am, 1pm; 7/12 4am)

9:00 FRONTLINE H

10:30 Tuba U: Basso Profundo

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The Walkmen.

The Queen and Us. Repeat of 7/2.

11:30 In the Life H

8:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England H

6:00 Antiques Roadshow

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! H

Hard Ryde, James Leva and Purgatory Mountain/McPeak Brothers.

11:00 Sun Studio Sessions H

10 Tuesday

5:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work

(r Thu 12:30pm)

3:30 McLaughlin Group 4:00 To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 4:30 Inside Indiana Business H

Rodelinda. Sensational in the 2004 Met premiere, Renee Fleming reprises the title role. Harry Bicket conducts.

(r Wed 12:30pm)

2:00 Ask This Old House

DVS

1:30 Great Performances at the Met H

(r Tue Noon)

The Elegant Universe: Einstein’s Dream. This Matrix-like production reveals how string theory describes starts, galaxies and atoms. DVS (r 7/12 3am; 7/13 5am; 7/16 5am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

12 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special Amazing Animals. Stories about animal rescue, veterinary acupuncture, and more. (r 7/13 6pm)

8:30 Jammin at Hippie Jack’s

Abigail Washburn with Bela Fleck.

9:00 Globe Trekker H

London City Guide 1. DVS (r 7/14 11am)

Repeat of 7/1. = WTIU / Indiana University-related programs

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DOCUMENTARIES WITH A POINT OF VIEW The award-winning POV (Point of View) is the longest-running showcase on television to feature the work of America’s best contemporary-issue independent filmmakers.

The City Dark Thursday, July 5 at 10pm

Is darkness becoming extinct? When filmmaker Ian Cheney moves from rural Maine to New York City and discovers streets awash in light and skies devoid of stars, he embarks on a journey to America’s brightest and darkest corners, asking astronomers, cancer researchers and ecologists what is lost in the glare of city lights. Get a fascinating introduction to the science of the dark and an exploration of our relationship to the stars in this film that blends a humorous, searching narrative with poetic footage of the night sky.

Guilty Pleasures Thursday, July 12 at 10pm

Every four seconds, a romance novel published by Harlequin or its British counterpart, Mills & Boon, is sold somewhere in the world. Take an amusing and touching look at this global phenomenon. Ironies abound in the contrasts between the everyday lives of the books’ readers and the fantasy worlds that offer them escape. Guilty Pleasures portrays five romance devotees who must, ultimately, find their dreams in the real world.

The Light in Her Eyes Thursday, July 19 at 10pm

Houda al-Habash, a conservative Muslim preacher, founded a Qur’an school for girls in Damascus, Syria, 30 years ago. Every summer, her female students immerse themselves in a rigorous study of Islam. A surprising cultural shift is underway — women are claiming space within the mosque. View an extraordinary portrait, filmed just before the uprising in Syria erupted, of a leader who challenges the women of her community to live according to Islam without giving up their dreams.

Up Heartbreak Hill Thursday, July 26 at 10pm

Thomas and Tamara are track stars at their rural New Mexico high school. Like many teenagers, they are torn between the lure of brighter futures elsewhere and the ties that bind them to home. For these teens, however, home is an impoverished town on the Navajo reservation, and leaving means separating from family, tradition and the land that has been theirs for generations. Take a moving look at a new generation of Americans struggling to be both Native and modern.

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3:30 McLaughlin Group 4:00 To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 4:30 Inside Indiana Business H

10:00 POV H

Guilty Pleasures. The global popularity of romance novels published by Harlequin and Mills & Boon is explored. (r 7/13 2am; 7/15 4am)

Program produced with the IU Kelley School of Business.

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

5:30 Indiana Week In Review H 6:00 Travelscope 6:30 Joy of Music 7:00 Lawrence Welk Show H 8:00 Brit-Wits Viewer Favorite H 8:30 Red Green Show 9:00 Austin City Limits

13 Friday 8:00 Washington Week H

(r 7/14 1am; 7/15 5am)

8:30 Need to Know H (r 7/14 1:30am; 7/15 5:30am)

9:00 John Leguizamo’s Tales from a Ghetto Klown H A profile of actor and playwright John Leguizamo looks at his unorthodox rise to success. (r 7/14 2am; 7/16 3am)

10:00 Jesse Owens: American Experience

The athlete’s life and his victories in the face of Nazi racism at the 1936 Olympics are explored. DVS (r 7/14 2am; 7/16 3am)

11:00 Moyers & Company H

14 Saturday 6:00 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood DVS 6:30 Bob the Builder DVS 7:00 Thomas & Friends DVS 7:30 Caillou 8:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog DVS 8:30 Wild Kratts 9:00 Cyberchase DVS 9:30 DragonflyTV 10:00 Friday Zone 10:30 Travelscope DVS 11:00 Globe Trekker

London City Guide I. Repeat of 7/12. DVS

12:00 Julia Child

(r Tue Noon)

(r Mon 12:30pm)

Kenny Chesney.

Synder Family, Joe Mullins and The Radio Ramblers/Rigney Family Bluegrass.

10:00 Song of the Mountains

15 Sunday 6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! DVS 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train DVS 9:00 Sid the Science Kid 9:30 Martha Speaks 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 WordGirl DVS 11:00 Pedal America DVS 11:30 Tracks Ahead H 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H 1:00 Pioneers In Aviation

(r Wed 12:30pm) (r Thu 12:30pm)

2:30 Hometime (r Fri 12:30pm)

The Early Years. Details the birth of aviation from the Wright Brothers’ earliest flights to the turbulent 1920s. (r 7/22 1pm; 7/29 1pm) Retraces an auto racing circuit for African-American drivers and mechanics, set against a backdrop of racial unrest in America during the 1920s and 1930s. (r 7/20 1pm)

Follow the ancient trade routes from the Gotthard pass into central Switzerland, along Lake Lucerne. (r 7/22 3pm; 7/29 3pm)

Inside The Firm. Repeat of 7/9.

6:00 Antiques Roadshow

Vintage Atlanta. Repeat of 7/9.

7:00 New Tricks 8:00 Queen & Country H

The Queen’s Possessions. The Queen has some surprising possessions, including Westminster Abbey and the Chapels Royal. (r 7/17 3am)

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! H

Inspector Lewis, Series V: Generation of Vipers. Suspicions abound as Lewis and Hathaway investigate the death of a lovelorn Oxford professor. (r 7/16 1am; 7/17 4am)

10:30 IU Arts Festival

Suor Angelica/Gianni Schicchi.

16 Monday 8:00 Antiques Roadshow H

Vintage San Francisco. (r 7/17 2am, 1pm; 7/18 5am; 7/22 6pm)

9:00 Market Warriors H

(r 7/17 1am; 7/18 4am; 7/19 4am; 7/22 5pm) See article on page 20.

10:00 Antiques Roadshow

Madison, WI - Hour Two.

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

17 Tuesday 8:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England H

The Birth of Modern England. The Grand Union Canal and World War I battlefields are visited. Present day Kibworth is showcased. (r 7/18 2am, 1pm; 7/19 5am)

9:00 History Detectives H

3:00 Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose

(r Tue 12:30pm)

2:00 Ask This Old House

2:00 For Gold and Glory

1:00 Woodsmith Shop 1:30 This Old House

Masters of the Guitar Featuring Muriel Anderson.

Sheds light on the experiences of German-Russian immigrants on the plains of the Midwest.

5:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work

11:00 Woodsongs H

12:30 Victory Garden

4:00 It’s All Earth and Sky H

A Fender Stratocaster may be the guitar that Bob Dylan plugged in at the ‘65 Newport Folk Festival. (r 7/18 3am; 7/21 4am; 7/22 4pm; 7/24 8pm)

10:00 FRONTLINE

(r 7/18 1am; 7/22 2am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

3:00 Woodwright’s Shop DVS = WTIU / Indiana University-related programs

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18 Wednesday 8:00 Nature

Bears of the Last Frontier: The Road North. Black bears are caught in the crossroads of urban development in Anchorage and the wilderness. DVS (r 7/19 1am; 7/20 4am; 7/22 Midnight; 7/23 1pm)

9:00 NOVA

The Fabric of the Cosmos: The Illusion of Time. The ultimate time traveling adventure hurtles us 50 years into the future and back to the Big Bang. DVS (r 7/19 2am, 1pm; 7/20 5am; 7/22 1am)

10:00 NOVA

The Elegant Universe: The String’s The Thing. This Matrix-like production reveals how string theory evolved from a forgotten 200-yearold formula. DVS (r 7/19 3am; 7/23 5am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

19 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special H Circus Circus. Join us as we celebrate Indiana’s surprising circus traditions! (r 7/20 6pm)

8:30 Jammin at Hippie Jack’s H

Mary Gauthier.

9:00 Globe Trekker H Globe Trekker Special: World History-England. A visit to the Royal Pavilion in Brighton and a canal ride up to the Yorkshire Moors are featured. DVS (r 7/21 11am)

10:00 POV H

The Light In Her Eyes. Houda al-Habash challenges the women of her Syrian community to live according to Islam. (r 7/20 2am; 7/22 3am)

11:30 Journal H

20 Friday 8:00 Washington Week H (r 7/21 1am; 7/22 5am)

8:30 Need to Know H

(r 7/21 1:30am; 7/22 5:30am)

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9:00 Homecoming: The Kansas City Symphony Presents Joyce DiDonato H

This performance documentary profiles the young, talented musicians of the Kansas City Symphony. (r 7/21 2am; 7/22 2pm; 7/23 3am)

10:00 Homeland: Immigration to America H Jobs. A look at the spectrum of immigrant jobs and the rules and regulations challenging the country. (r 7/21 3am; 7/23 4am; 7/25 1pm; 7/27 10pm; 7/28 3am; 7/30 4am)

11:00 Moyers & Company H

21 Saturday 6:00 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood DVS 6:30 Bob the Builder DVS 7:00 Thomas & Friends DVS 7:30 Caillou 8:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog DVS 8:30 Wild Kratts 9:00 Cyberchase DVS 9:30 SciGirls 10:00 The Friday Zone 10:30 Travelscope DVS 11:00 Globe Trekker

DVS Repeat of 7/19.

(r Tue Noon)

12:00 Julia Child

8:30 Red Green Show 9:00 Austin City Limits

10:00 Song of the Mountains

The Grascals.

Michael Martin Murphy/The Horse Crazy Cowgirl.

11:00 Woodsongs H

22 Sunday 6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! DVS 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train DVS 9:00 Sid the Science Kid 9:30 Martha Speaks DVS 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 WordGirl DVS 11:00 Pedal America DVS 11:30 Tracks Ahead H 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H 1:00 Pioneers In Aviation

(r Mon 12:30pm)

1:00 Woodsmith Shop (r Tue 12:30pm)

1:30 This Old House (r Wed 12:30pm)

2:00 Ask This Old House (r Thu 12:30pm)

2:30 Hometime

Program produced with the IU Kelley School of Business.

5:30 Indiana Week In Review 6:00 Travelscope 6:30 Joy of Music 7:00 Lawrence Welk Show H 8:00 Brit-Wits Viewer Favorite H

H= Denotes a program new to WTIU.

Repeat of 7/20.

3:00 Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose 4:00 History Detectives Repeat of 7/17.

5:00 Market Warriors Repeat of 7/16. See article on page 20.

6:00 Antiques Roadshow

Vintage San Francisco. Repeat of 7/16.

7:00 New Tricks 8:00 Queen & Country H

(r Fri 12:30pm)

3:00 Woodwright’s Shop DVS 3:30 McLaughlin Group 4:00 To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 4:30 Inside Indiana Business H

The War Years. Documents the 1930s and 1940s, as the clouds of war once again began to gather over Europe. (r 7/29 1pm)

2:00 Homecoming: The Kansas City Symphony Presents Joyce DiDonato

12:30 Victory Garden

Willie Nelson & Asleep at the Wheel.

Traveller. In Perth, Australia, Queen Elizabeth is on tour before opening the Heads of Government Meeting. (r 7/24 3am)

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! H

Inspector Lewis, Series V: Fearful Symmetry. Lewis is drawn into a darker side of Oxford while investigating the death of a suburban babysitter. (r 7/23 1am; 7/24 4am)


11:00 IU Arts Festival La Boheme.

26 Thursday 8:00 IN Focus H

23 Monday

(r 7/27 6pm)

8:30 Jammin at Hippie Jack’s H

8:00 Antiques Roadshow H

Vintage Pittsburgh. (r 7/24 2am, 1pm; 7/25 5am; 7/29 6pm)

9:00 Market Warriors H

(r 7/24 1am; 7/25 4am; 7/28 4am; 7/29 5pm)

10:00 Antiques Roadshow

Madison, WI - Hour Three.

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

24 Tuesday 8:00 History Detectives H

(r 7/25 2am; 7/26 4am; 7/29 4pm)

9:00 History Detectives H

(r 7/25 3am; 7/26 5am)

(r 7/25 1am; 7/29 2am)

10:00 FRONTLINE

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

25 Wednesday 8:00 Nature

Bears of the Last Frontier: Arctic Wanderers. Polar bears are observed waiting for the opportunity to hunt on sea ice in the far north of Alaska. DVS (r 7/26 1am; 7/29 Midnight; 7/30 5am, 1pm)

9:00 NOVA

The Fabric of the Cosmos: Quantum Leap. A wild ride into the realm of quantum physics, which governs the universe on the tiniest of scales. DVS (r 7/26 2am, 1pm; 7/27 4am; 7/29 1am)

10:00 NOVA

The Fabric of the Cosmos: Universe or Multiverse? Cutting-edge theories that suggest our universe may not be the only universe are explored. DVS (r 7/26 3am; 7/27 5am, 1pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

Repeat of 7/26. DVS

(r Tue Noon)

12:00 Julia Child

12:30 Victory Garden

Paul Thorn.

Strong! World champion 300-pound U.S. Olympic weightlifter Cheryl Hayworth prepares for Beijing in 2008. DVS (r 7/27 2am; 7/29 3am)

9:00 Independent Lens H

10:00 POV H

11:00 Globe Trekker

Up Heartbreak Hill. Two teens struggle with the lure of a brighter future and in their town on a Navajo reservation. (r 7/27 3am; 7/29 4am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

27 Friday 8:00 Washington Week H

(r Wed 12:30pm)

2:00 Ask This Old House (r Thu 12:30pm)

2:30 Hometime (r Fri 12:30pm)

3:00 Woodwright’s Shop DVS 3:30 McLaughlin Group 4:00 To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 4:30 Inside Indiana Business H 5:30 Indiana Week In Review 6:00 Travelscope 6:30 Joy of Music H

Musical Journey of Italy: Florence & Prato.

7:00 Lawrence Welk Show H 8:00 Brit-Wits Viewer Favorite H 8:30 Red Green Show

(r 7/28 1am; 7/29 5am)

(r 7/28 1:30am; 7/29 5:30am)

9:00 Havana, Havana! H

10:00 Homeland: Immigration to America H

(r Tue 12:30pm)

1:30 This Old House

Program produced with the IU Kelley School of Business.

8:30 Need to Know H This music documentary highlights how the Cuban musical expression is evolving in the 21st century. (r 7/28 2am; 7/30 3am)

(r Mon 12:30pm)

1:00 Woodsmith Shop

The Folk Art Convention.

9:00 Austin City Limits

M. Ward/Okkervil River.

Jubal’s Kin and Chuck Odum/ Christmas.

10:00 Song of the Mountains

Enforcement. Explores how communities and the nation struggle to enforce inconsistent immigration policies. (r 7/28 3am; 7/30 4am; 8/1 1pm)

11:00 Woodsongs H

28 Saturday

6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! DVS 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train DVS 9:00 Sid the Science Kid DVS 9:30 Martha Speaks DVS 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 WordGirl DVS 11:00 Pedal America DVS 11:30 Tracks Ahead H 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H

11:00 Moyers & Company H

6:00 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood DVS 6:30 Bob the Builder DVS 7:00 Thomas & Friends DVS 7:30 Caillou 8:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog DVS 8:30 Wild Kratts 9:00 Cyberchase DVS 9:30 SciGirls 10:00 The Friday Zone 10:30 Travelscope DVS

John Gorka & Eliza Gilkyson Plus Blitz The Ambassadors.

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W IU

New Programs Debut

wfiu.org Fiesta! Thursdays at 8pm

Chamber Music from Spoleto Festival USA Thursdays at 10pm

Fiesta! is devoted to the hidden pleasures and magical rhythms of concert music from Latin America, Spain, and Portugal. Each hour presents music from the 16th to the 21st centuries, providing a platform for the sound, culture, and history of classical music in Latin America—a genre that does not typically receive much exposure.

Miles Hoffman, music commentator for NPR’s Morning Edition, welcomes you to a new series of chamber music concerts from the Spoleto Festival USA. The series presents world class performances from the intimate setting of the historic Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, South Carolina.

Tune in each week for the music of Haydn, The series also offers little-known treasures from Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, and others. the Latin American Baroque era, and celebrates Geoff Nuttall, Spoleto Festival artistic director, the classical guitar through the music of Agustin provides lively commentary from the stage. Barrios, Antonio Lauro, and Leo Brouwer. Each one-hour concert features vibrant young stars, including cellist Alisa Weilerstein and The host is Uruguayan-born composer, pianist Inon Barnatan, performing with veteran musician, performer Elbio Barilari. artists such as flutist Tara Helen O’Connor, clarinetist Todd Palmer, pianist Pedja Muzijevic, and the St. Lawrence String Quartet.

Elbio Barilari.

Alisa Weilerstein.

1:00 Pioneers In Aviation: The Race to the Moon

The Race to the Moon. Post-war America is locked in an ideological struggle with the Soviet Union in the 1950s and 1960s.

2:00 Wings Over Indiana H 3:00 Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose

Egypt. Set off for an adventure on the great Nile River to uncover ancient history, myths and culture.

4:00 History Detectives

Repeat of 7/24.

5:00 Market Warriors Repeat of 7/23. See article on page 20.

The series also features the music of composer-in-residence Osvaldo Golijov, a rare opportunity to hear the music of a living composer interpreted by leading musicians.

8:00 Secrets of the Manor House

A look at the British titled class in Edwardian times and the servants working in their estates. (r 7/30 Midnight; 7/31 3am)

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! H

Inspector Lewis, Series V: The Indelible Stain. Lewis investigates the strangling of a controversial American academic after a lecture at Oxford. DVS (r 7/30 1am; 7/31 4am)

10:30 IU Arts Festival H

8:00 Antiques Roadshow H

(r 7/31 1am)

Denver, CO - Hour One. (r 7/31 1pm)

10:00 Antiques Roadshow 11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

31 Tuesday 8:00 History Detectives H 9:00 The War

H= Denotes a program new to WTIU.

Philadelphia, PA - Hour 3.

9:00 Market Warriors H

The Sleeping Beauty.

6:00 Antiques Roadshow 7:00 New Tricks

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30 Monday

A Necessary War. The impact of America’s entrance into World War II on lives across the country is explored. DVS

11:30 Journal H


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A to Z America’s Test Kitchen Wed Noon America’s Wildest Refuge 7/9 1pm Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Secaucus 7/1 6pm; 7/2 5am Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Houston 7/2 8pm; 7/3 2am, 1pm; 7/4 5am; 7/8 6pm Antiques Roadshow: Atlantic City, NJ Hour Three 7/2 9pm Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Atlanta 7/9 8pm; 7/10 2am, 1pm; 7/11 5am; 7/14 4am; 7/15 6pm Antiques Roadshow: Madison, WI - Hour One 7/9 9pm Antiques Roadshow: Vintage San Francisco 7/16 8pm; 7/17 2am, 1pm; 7/18 5am; 7/22 6pm Antiques Roadshow: Madison, WI - Hour Two 7/16 10pm Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Pittsburgh 7/23 8pm; 7/24 2am, 1pm; 7/25 5am; 7/29 6pm Antiques Roadshow: Madison, WI - Hour Three 7/23 10pm Antiques Roadshow: Philadelphia, PA Hour 3 7/30 8pm Antiques Roadshow: Denver, CO - Hour One 7/30 10pm; 7/31 1pm Antiques Roadshow: Philadelphia, PA Hour 3 7/31 2am Arthur Weekdays 3:30pm Ask This Old House Thu 12:30pm; Sat 2pm Atchafalaya Houseboat 7/30 2:30am; 7/31 5:30am Austin City Limits Sat 9pm

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Aviators Sun 12:30pm Barney & Friends Weekdays 8:30am Beads, Baubles and Jewels Tue 2:30pm Best of the Joy of Painting Wed 2:30pm Beyond Boundaries 7/5 6pm Biz Kid$ Sun 10am Bob the Builder Sat 6:30am Body Electric Weekdays 6am and 2pm Brit-Wits Viewer Favorite Sat 8pm Caillou Sat 7:30am Capitol Fourth 7/4 8pm, 9:30pm; 7/5 1am, 2:30am Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Weekdays 7am; Sun 7:30am Charlie Rose Mon-Thu 5pm; Tue-Sat Midnight Chef John Besh’s New Orleans Thu Noon (except 7/26) Clifford the Big Red Dog Sat 8am Clodagh’s Irish Food Trails 7/26 Noon Crafting at the Spotted Canary Fri 2:30pm Crown Of The Continent Alaska’s Wrangell - St. Elias National Park 7/20 3:30am; 7/22 4:30am Curious George Weekdays 6:30am; Sun 7am Cyberchase Sat 9pm Dinosaur Train Weekdays 8am; Sun 8:30am DragonflyTV Sat 9:30am Electric Company Weekdays 4pm European Journal Mon 6pm Evolution of an Idea 7/12 6pm Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman Mon - Thu 4:30pm Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Tue 11:30am For Gold and Glory 7/15 2pm; 7/20 1pm

Four-Wheeled Fascination: A Roller Derby Story 7/19 6pm The Friday Zone Fri 4:30pm; Sat 10am From Checkered to Green 7/26 6pm FRONTLINE Tue 10pm (except 7/31); Wed 1am; Sun 2am Games of the North 7/23 12:30am and 2:30am; 7/24 5:30am Globe Trekker Thu 9pm (except 7/26); Sat 11am Great Performances: The Met: Rodelinda 7/8 1:30pm Growing A Greener World 7/1 11:30am Growing Bolder 7/4 6pm; 7/11 6pm Havana, Havana! 7/27 9pm; 7/28 2am; 7/30 3am Healthful Indian Flavors 7/16 Noon; 7/23 Noon; 7/30 Noon History Detectives 7/17 9pm; 7/18 3am; 7/21 4am; 7/22 4pm; 7/24 8pm, 9pm; 7/25 2am, 3am; 7/26 4am, 5am; 7/29 4pm; 7/31 8pm; Homecoming: The Kansas City Symphony Presents Joyce DiDonato 7/20 9pm; 7/21 2am; 7/22 2pm; 7/23 3am Homeland: Immigration To America 7/20 10pm; 7/21 3am; 7/23 4am; 7/25 1pm; 7/27 10pm; 7/28 3am; 7/30 4am Hometime Fri 12:30pm; Sat 2:30pm Horsemen Commeth 7/1 1pm and 11pm; 7/6 1pm IN Focus 7/26 8pm; 7/27 6pm In The Life 7/7 11:30pm Independent Lens: Strong! 7/26 9pm; 7/27 2am; 7/29 3am

Indiana Week in Review Sat 5:30pm Inside Indiana Business Sat 4:30pm Islamic Art: Mirror Of The Invisible World 7/6 9pm; 7/7 1am; 7/9 3am It’s All Earth and Sky 7/15 4pm IU Arts Festival: Suor Angelica/Gianni Schicchi 7/15 10:30pm IU Arts Festival: La Boheme 7/22 11pm IU Arts Festival: Sleeping Beauty 7/29 10:30pm Jammin Hippie Jack’s Thu 8:30pm Jesse Owens: American Experience 7/13 10pm; 7/14 3am; 7/16 4am Jewish Soldiers in Blue & Gray 7/1 2pm John Leguizamo’s Tales From A Ghetto Klown 7/13 9pm; 7/14 2am; 7/16 3am Journal Mon - Thu 11:30pm Joy of Music Sat 6:30pm Julia Child Tue Noon; Sat Noon Katie Brown Workshop Mon 2:30pm Knit and Crochet Now! 6/21 11:30am; 6/28 11:30am Knitting Daily Mon 11:30am Lawrence Welk Show Sat 7pm Market Warriors 7/16 9pm; 7/17 1am; 7/18 4am; 7/19 4am; 7/22 5pm; 7/23 9pm; 7/24 1am; 7/25 4am; 7/28 4am; 7/29 5pm; 7/30 9pm; 7/31 1am Martha Speaks Weekdays 9am; Sun 9:30am Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour 7/1 9pm; 7/2 1am; 7/3 4am


Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V: The Soul Of Genius 7/8 9pm; 7/9 1am; 7/10 4am Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V: Generation Of Viper 7/15 9pm; 7/16 1am; 7/17 4am Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V: Fearful Symmetry 7/22 9pm; 7/23 1am; 7/24 4am Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V: The Indelible Stain 7/29 9pm; 7/30 1am; 7/31 4am McLaughlin Group Sat 3:30am Mexico — One Plate A Time With Rick Bayless 7/2 Noon; 7/9 Noon Michael Wood’s Story Of England: Romans To Normans 7/3 8pm; 7/4 2am, 1pm; 7/5 4am; 7/7 3am Michael Wood’s Story Of England: Peasants’ Revolt And The Black Death 7/3 9pm; 7/4 3am; 7/5 5am, 1pm; 7/7 4am Michael Wood’s Story Of England: The Seeds Of Reform 7/10 8pm; 7/11 3am, 1pm; 7/12 4am Michael Wood’s Story Of England: The Birth Of Modern England 7/17 8pm; 7/18 2am, 1pm; 7/19 5am Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Sat 6am Monarchy: The Royal Family Work-Head Of State 7/1 5pm Monarchy: The Royal Family Work-The Queen And Us 7/2 10pm; 7/3 1am; 7/4 4am; 7/6 5am; 7/8 4am; 7/8 5pm

Monarchy: The Royal Family Work-Inside The Firm 7/9 10pm; 7/10 1am; 7/11 4am; 7/12 5am; 7/15 5pm Morristown: Where America Survived 7/1 4:30am MotorWeek Sun Noon Moyers & Company Fri 5pm and 11pm My Generation 7/18 6pm; 7/25 6pm Mysterious Lost State of Franklin 7/1 10:30pm; 7/2 2:30am; 7/3 5:30am; 7/6 10:30pm; 7/7 2:30am; 7/8 1pm; 7/9 4:30am Nature: Parrots In The Land of Oz 7/6 3am; 7/8 Midnight Nature: Cloud: Challenge Of The Stallions 7/1 Midnight; 7/2 1pm Nature: Bears Of The Last Frontier: City Of Bears 7/11 8pm; 7/12 1am; 7/13 3am; 7/15 Midnight; 7/16 1pm Nature: Bears Of The Last Frontier: The Road North 7/18 8pm; 7/19 1am; 7/20 4am; 7/22 Midnight; 7/23 1pm Nature: Bears Of The Last Frontier: Arctic Wanderers 7/25 8pm; 7/26 1am; 7/29 Midnight; 7/30 5am, 1pm Need To Know Fri 8:30pm; Sat 1:30am (except 7/7); Sun 5:30am New Tricks Sun 7pm Nightly Business Report Weekdays 6:30pm NOVA: The Elegant Universe: Einstein’s Dream 7/11 10pm; 7/12 3am; 7/13 5am; 7/16 5am NOVA: The Elegant Universe: The String’s the Thing 7/18 10pm; 7/19 3am; 7/23 5am NOVA: Hubble’s Amazing Rescue 7/6 4am; 7/8 1am; 7/9 5am

NOVA: Hunting The Edge of Space - The Ever Expanding Universe 7/1 1am NOVA: The Fabric Of The Cosmos: What is Space? 7/11 9pm; 7/12 2am, 1pm; 7/13 4am; 7/15 1am NOVA: The Fabric of the Cosmos: The Illusion of Time 7/18 9pm; 7/19 2am, 1pm; 7/20 5am; 7/22 1am NOVA: The Fabric of the Cosmos: Quantum Leap 7/25 9pm; 7/26 2am, 1pm; 7/27 4am; 7/29 1am NOVA: The Fabric of the Cosmos: Universe Or Multiverse? 7/25 10pm, 7/26 3am; 7/27 5am, 1pm One Voice 7/1 5am Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Thu 2:30pm PBS NewsHour Weekdays 7pm Pedal America Sun 11am Pickin’ & Trimmin’ 7/30 12:30am Pioneers In Aviation 7/15 1pm; 7/22 1pm; 7/29 1pm POV: Granito: How to Nail a Dictator 7/1 3am POV: The City Dark 7/5 10pm; 7/6 2am; 7/8 3am POV: Guilty Pleasures 7/12 10pm; 7/13 2am; 7/15 4am POV: The Light In Her Eyes 7/19 10pm; 7/20 2am; 7/22 3am POV: Up Heartbreak Hill 7/26 10pm; 7/27 3am; 7/29 4am Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen Fri Noon Queen & Country Monday Midnight (except 7/16; 7/23 and 7/30); Sun 8pm (except 7/29); Tue 3am (except 7/31)

Queen Victoria’s Empire: The Moral Crusade/ The Scramble For Africa 7/1 3pm; 7/2 3am Quilt in a Day Wed 11:30am Red Green Show Sat 8:30pm Religion & Ethics Newsweekly Tue 6pm Ribbon of Sand 7/16 2:30am; 7/17 5:30am Richard Bangs’ Adventures With Purpose 7/15 3pm; 7/22 3pm; 7/29 3pm SciGirls 7/21 9:30am; 7/28 9:30am Secrets of the Manor House 7/29 8pm; 7/31 3am Sesame Street Weekdays 10am, Sun 6am Sewing with Nancy Fri 11:30am Sid the Science Kid Weekdays 11am; Sun 9am Solar Car: The Secrets of Ra7 7/8 11pm 7/13 1pm Song of the Mountains Sat 10pm Sun Studio Sessions: The Walkmen 7/7 11pm Super Why! Weekdays 7:30am; Sun 8am Tavis Smiley Mon - Thu 11pm (except 7/19, 7/31) This Old House Wed 12:30pm; Sat 1:30pm This Old House Hour Fri 1am; Sat 5am Thomas & Friends Sat 7am To The Contrary With Bonnie Erbe Sat 4pm Tracks Ahead Sun 11:30am Travelscope Sat 10:30am, 6pm Tuba U: Basso Profundo 7/8 10:30pm; 7/9 2:30am; 7/10 5:30am

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A to Z continued Victory Garden Sat and Mon 12:30pm The War: A Necessary War 7/31 9pm Washington Week Fri 8pm; Sat 1am (except 7/7); Sun 5am The Weekly Special Thu 8pm (except 7/26); Fri 6pm (except 7/27) When the Curtain Falls 7/16 12:30am Wild Kratts Weekdays 9:30am; Sat 8:30am Wings Over Indiana 7/29 2pm Woodsmith Shop Sat 1am; Tue 12:30pm Woodsongs Sat 11pm (except 7/7) Woodwright’s Shop Sat 3pm WordGirl Weekdays 3pm

TIU World (Ch. 30.2) Evening Programming 10:00 PBS NewsHour 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Nightly Business Report 1 Sunday 6:00 Searching for Roots in Canton 7:00 Thick Dark Fog 8:00 Global Voices 9:00 Hard Problems 10:00 Global Voices 11:30 Last Harvest: The Yemenis of the San Joaquin 2 Monday 6:00 Nature Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions 7:00 For Love of Liberty: The Story of America’s Black Patriots 9:00 IN Focus 9:30 Haunting of Hannah House 3 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts 7:00 Forgotten War: The Struggle for North America 8:00 Story of India 9:00 Liberty Or Death 4 Wednesday 6:00 FRONTLINE 7:00 Mysterious Lost State of Franklin

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7:30 POV Granito 9:00 FRONTLINE 5 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 Across Indiana 7:00 NOVA Hubble’s Amazing Rescue 8:00 Phoenix Mars Mission: Ashes to Ice 9:00 Barbara Morgan: No Limits 6 Friday 6:00 Rock Prophecies 7:00 In The Life 7:30 Basic Black 8:00 Fats Domino - Walkin’ Back to New Orleans 9:00 Rock Prophecies

14 Saturday 6:00 Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack 6:30 European Journal 7:00 Moyers & Company 8:00 Washington Week 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Need to Know 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 11:00 Queen & Country 15 Sunday 6:00 Survival: Lives in the Balance 7:00 Survival: Lives in the Balance 8:00 Underdog Plaza 9:00 Afropop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange 10:00 Global Voices 11:00 Global Voices

7 Saturday 6:00 Consuelo Mack 6:30 European Journal 7:00 Moyers & Company 8:00 Washington Week 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Need to Know 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 11:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 8 Sunday 6:00 Barbara Morgan: No Limits 7:00 Racing To Bermuda 8:00 POV Racing Dreams 9:30 Claiming The Title: Gay Olympics On Trial 10:00 Global Voices 9 Monday 6:00 Nature Parrots in the Land of Oz 7:00 For Love of Liberty: The Story of America’s Black Patriots 9:00 Nature Parrots in the Land of Oz 10 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts 7:00 Independent Lens Journals of a Wily School 8:00 Story of India 9:00 New Recruits 11 Wednesday 6:00 Global Voices 7:00 POV The City Dark 8:00 FRONTLINE Endgame: AIDS In Black America 12 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 Across Indiana 7:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos: What Is Space? 8:00 NOVA The Elegant Universe: Einstein’s Dream 9:00 Human Spark 13 Friday 6:00 Hope Givers

7:00 Survival: Lives in the Balance 8:00 Survival: Lives in the Balance 9:00 Hope Givers

16 Monday 6:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier: City of Bears 7:00 Sweet Tornado: Margo Jones and the American Theater 8:00 Stagestruck: Confessions from Summer Stock 9:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier: City of Bears 17 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts 7:00 In The Footsteps of Marco Polo 8:30 Beijing Taxi 9:48 You Are Getting Sleepy 18 Wednesday 6:00 FRONTLINE 7:00 American Masters Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel 8:00 POV Guilty Pleasures 9:00 FRONTLINE 19 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 Across Indiana 7:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos: The Illusion of Time 8:00 NOVA The Elegant Universe: The String’s the Thing 9:00 Human Spark 20 Friday 6:00 New Recruits 7:00 Survival: Lives in the Balance 8:00 Survival: Lives in the Balance 9:00 New Recruits

21 Saturday 6:00 Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack 6:30 European Journal 7:00 Moyers & Company 8:00 Washington Week 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Need to Know 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 11:00 Queen & Country 22 Sunday 6:00 Survival: Lives in the Balance 7:00 Survival: Lives in the Balance 8:00 Jim Thorpe: World’s Greatest Athlete 9:00 Racing The Rez 10:00 Global Voices 11:00 Global Voices 23 Monday 6:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier: The Road North 7:00 Wallace Stegner 8:00 Five Rivers Five Voices 9:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier: The Road North 24 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts 7:00 Playing for the World: 1904 Indian Girls’ Basketball 8:00 Racing The Rez 9:00 History Detectives 25 Wednesday 6:00 FRONTLINE 7:00 In The Life 7:30 POV The Light In Her Eyes 9:00 FRONTLINE 26 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 Across Indiana 7:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos: Quantum Leap 8:00 NOVA The Elegant Universe: Welcome to the 11th Dimension 9:00 Human Spark 27 Friday 6:00 The Doha Debates 7:00 Intelligence Squared U.S. 8:00 Intelligence Squared U.S. 9:00 The Doha Debates 28 Saturday 6:00 Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack 6:30 European Journal 7:00 Moyers & Company 8:00 Washington Week 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Need to Know 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work 11:00 Queen & Country

Due to printing and mailing deadlines, program schedules are subject to change.


29 Sunday 6:00 The Doha Debates 7:00 Intelligence Squared U.S. 8:00 Hairworld: The Pursuit of Excellence 9:00 Synchronized Swimming: The Pursuit of Excellence 10:00 Global Voices 11:00 Global Voices

9:00 Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen 9:30 Joanne Weir Cooking Confidence 10:00 Woodwright’s Shop 10:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 11:00 Burt Wolf: Travels & Tradition 11:30 Essential Pepin

30 Monday 6:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier: Arctic Wanderers 7:00 Homeland: Immigration to America 8:00 Homeland: Immigration to America 9:00 IN Focus 9:30 Unique Exchange

Wednesdays and Sundays 6:00 Ask This Old House 6:30 Joanne Weir Cooking Confidence 7:00 Tommy Tang’s Easy Thai Cooking 7:30 Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way 8:00 Sun Essential Pepin (Wed Lidia’s Italy in America) 8:30 Sun America’s Test Kitchen (Wed Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen) 9:00 Sun Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen (Wed Barbecue University) 9:30 Joanne Weir Cooking Confidence 10:00 Ask This Old House 10:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 11:00 Equitrekking 11:30 Sun Essential Pepin (Wed Lidia’s Italy in America)

31 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts 7:00 Barnstorming 8:00 Legend of Pancho Barnes and the Happy Bottom Riding Club 9:00 History Detectives

TIU Family (Ch. 30.3) Monday-Friday Noon Super Why! 12:30 Barney & Friends 1:00 Caillou 1:30 Sid the Science Kid 2:00 Dinosaur Train 2:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 3:00 Curious George 3:30 Martha Speaks 4:00 Arthur 4:30 WordGirl 5:00 Wild Kratts 5:30 Electric Company Evening Schedule Mondays and Fridays 6:00 This Old House 6:30 Joanne Weir Cooking Confidence 7:00 Simply Ming 7:30 Hubert Keller Secrets of a Chef 8:00 Lidia’s Italy in America 8:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen 9:00 Barbecue University 9:30 Joanne Weir Cooking Confidence 10:00 This Old House 10:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 11:00 Travelscope 11:30 Lidia’s Italy in America Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 Woodwright’s Shop 6:30 Joanne Weir Cooking Confidence 7:00 Kim Chi Chronicles 7:30 Julia and Jacques Cooking 8:00 Essential Pepin 8:30 America’s Test Kitchen

7 Saturday 6:00 P Allen Smith’s Garden To Table 6:30 Chefs A’ Field 7:00 Barbecue University 7:30 Baking With Julia 8:00 New Scandinavian Cooking with Tina Nordstrom 8:30 Chef John Besh’s New Orleans 9:00 Christina Cooks 9:30 Chefs A’ Field 10:00 P Allen Smith’s Garden To Table 10:30 Christina Cooks 11:00 Ciao Italia 11:30 P Allen Smith’s Garden Home 14 Saturday 6:00 Simply Ming 6:30 Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen 7:00 Barbecue University 7:30 New Scandinavian Cooking with Andreas Viestad 8:00 Christina Cooks 8:30 Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way 9:00 Barbecue University 9:30 Pati’s Mexican Table 10:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 10:30 Ciao Italia 11:00 Barbecue University 11:30 Pati’s Mexican Table 21 Saturday 6:00 Victory Garden

6:30 Katie Brown Workshop 7:00 Perfect Day 7:30 Cooks Country from America’s Test Kitchen 8:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 8:30 Katie Brown Workshop 9:00 Jazzy Vegetarian 9:30 Katie Brown Workshop 10:00 Coastal Cooking with John Shields 10:30 Mexico – One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless 11:00 Katie Brown Workshop 11:30 Katie Brown Workshop 28 Saturday 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Globe Trekker 8:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 8:30 Rudy Maxa’s World 9:00 Cuisine Culture 9:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 10:00 Katie Brown Workshop 10:30 Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa 11:00 America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated 11:30 Cuisine Culture

TIU ESPANOL (Ch. 30.4) Sundays 8:00 Cuentame Como Paso 9:00 Great Performances 11:00 Estudio Billboard Mondays 8:00 Wild at Heart 9:00 Miniseries 10:00 Red Band Society 11:00 Long-Lasting Youth Tuesdays 8:00 Comisario Rex 9:00 Miniseries 10:00 Aguila Roja 11:00 Botines Wednesdays 8:00 Alarm for Cobra 9:00 Miniseries 10:00 No Mataras 11:00 Intelligence Thursdays 8:00 Sea Patrol 9:00 Miniseries 10:00 Piratas 11:00 Mek 8

WTIU is a Media Sponsor for Summer Music 2012. Highlights include: Summer Band Wednesday, July 11 & 18 8pm MAC lawn Enjoy a summer evening with these free band concerts featuring marches, popular favorites, solos, and light classics. Pipe Organ Encounter Film Presentation Phantom of the Opera Tuesday, July 24 8pm Auer Hall Featuring an improvised organ accompaniment by Dorothy Papadakos. More information at music.indiana.edu/ summer

Fridays 8:00 Cuentame Como Paso 9:00 El Barco 10:00 Jorge Gestoso Investiga 11:00 Tratame Bien Saturdays 8:00 X Force Beg 7/21 Desafio En Himalaya 9:00 No Mataras 10:00 Alarm for Cobra 11:00 Piratas

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WTIU Corporate Supporters Lisa Baker, D.D.S. Dr. Judson Brewer, Obstetrics & Gynecology Brown County Winery Bunger & Robertson Coghlan Orthodontics, P.C. IU-Bloomington Continuing Studies

WTIU Underwriters Air Tech Heating & Air Conditioning Anderson Medical Products Angles Café & Gift Shop Bell Trace Bell Trace Rehabilitation Bicycle Garage, Inc. Black Film Center/Archive Bloomingfoods Market & Deli Bounds & McPike Flooring Cardinal Stage Company Children’s Village Columbus Optical Curry Auto Center Dermatology Center of Southern Indiana Designscape Horticultural Services, Inc. The District FARMbloomington The Foot and Ankle Center Furniture First Goode Integrative Health Care Grant Street Inn Greene & Schultz, Trial Lawyers, P.C. Hatfield Hall Performing Arts The Herald-Times Hoosiers for Higher Education Dr. Howard and Associates Eye Care In A Yarn Basket The Indiana Daily Student Indiana Memorial Union Biddle Conference Center

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Indiana University Arts Week Indiana University Auditorium Indiana University Campus Bus Services Indiana University College of Arts & Sciences Indiana University Credit Union Indiana University Credit Union —Investment Services Indiana University Division of Continuing Studies—IUB Indiana University Jacobs School of Music IU Cinema ISU Insurance Services | The May Agency Ivy Arts for Kids Ivy Tech Community College— Gayle & Bill Cook Center for Entrepreneurship Joie De Vivre | Medical Mallor | Grodner, Attorneys Mann Plumbing, Inc. Meadowood Monroe County Historical Society Monroe County YMCA Oliver Winery Owen County Community Foundation Premier Ortho Pynco, Inc. Quality Surfaces, Inc. Richard Jones— Wells Fargo Advisors Ron Plecher—REMAX Rotary International, District 6580 Smithville Southern Indiana Pediatrics Spalding | Law L.L.C. St. Mark’s Nursery School and Kindergarten Stonebridge Health Campus Traditions Catering WonderLab

WTIU Event Support Red Green’s Wit and Wisdom Tour Bakery Girl Curry Auto Center Goods for Cooks JB Salvage, Inc. Mike Allen, Attorney at Law

WTIU Production Support Elinor Ostrom: Celebration of a Nobel Life Greene & Schultz, Trial Lawyers, P.C. Indiana University Division of Continuing Studies—IUB

In Harmony: The European Union Youth Orchestra In Concert Indiana University West European Union Center Indiana University Jacobs School of Music ——————————————–——

Our Town: Columbus

Columbus Area Visitors Center JCB ——————————————–——

Make Your Own Kind of Music: The IU Singing Hoosiers

Brabson Library and Educational Foundation Al Cobine Recognition Endowment Fund ——————————————–——

Wilderness Plots in Concert

English Department at Indiana University ——————————————–——

Hoosier Hospitality: Craft Beer

Best Beers, Inc. Bloomington Convention & Visitors Bureau ——————————————–——

Saving Places: Preserving Indiana’s Architectural Heritage

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Overnight Schedule Tuesday-Saturday 12:00 Charlie Rose 1 Sunday 12:00 Nature Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions 1:00 NOVA Hunting The Edge of Space 2:00 FRONTLINE Dollars and Dentists 3:00 POV Granito 4:30 Morristown: Where America Survived 5:00 One Voice 2 Monday 12:00 Queen & Country 1:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour 2:30 Mysterious Lost State of Franklin 3:00 Queen Victoria’s Empire 5:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Secaucus 3 Tuesday 1:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work 2:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Houston 3:00 Queen & Country 4:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour 5:30 Mysterious Lost State of Franklin 4 Wednesday 1:00 FRONTLINE Fast Times at West Philly High 2:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 3:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 4:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work 5:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Houston 5 Thursday 1:00 Capitol Fourth 2:30 Capitol Fourth 4:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 5:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England

2:30 Mysterious Lost State of Franklin 3:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 4:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 5:00 This Old House Hour 8 Sunday 12:00 Nature Parrots in the Land of Oz 1:00 NOVA Hubble’s Amazing Rescue 2:00 FRONTLINE Fast Times at West Philly High 3:00 POV The City Dark 4:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work 5:00 Washington Week 5:30 Need to Know 9 Monday 12:00 Queen & Country 1:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V 2:30 Tuba U: Basso Profundo 3:00 Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World 4:30 Mysterious Lost State of Franklin 5:00 NOVA Hubble’s Amazing Rescue 10 Tuesday 1:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work 2:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Atlanta 3:00 Queen & Country 4:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V 5:30 Tuba U: Basso Profundo 11 Wednesday 1:00 FRONTLINE Endgame: AIDS In Black America 3:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 4:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work 5:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Atlanta

6 Friday 1:00 This Old House Hour 2:00 POV The City Dark 3:00 Nature Parrots in the Land of Oz 4:00 NOVA Hubble’s Amazing Rescue 5:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work

12 Thursday 1:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier 2:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos 3:00 NOVA The Elegant Universe 4:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 5:00 Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work

7 Saturday 1:00 Islamic Art: Mirror of the Invisible World

13 Friday 1:00 This Old House Hour 2:00 POV Guilty Pleasures

3:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier 4:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos 5:00 NOVA The Elegant Universe 14 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week 1:30 Need to Know 2:00 John Leguizamo’s Tales from a Ghetto Klown 3:00 Jesse Owens: American Experience 4:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Atlanta 5:00 This Old House Hour 15 Sunday 12:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier: City of Bears 1:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos 2:00 FRONTLINE Endgame: AIDS In Black America 4:00 POV Guilty Pleasures 5:00 Washington Week 5:30 Need to Know 16 Monday 12:30 When the Curtain Falls 1:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V 2:30 Ribbon of Sand 3:00 John Leguizamo’s Tales from a Ghetto Klown 4:00 Jesse Owens: American Experience 5:00 NOVA The Elegant Universe

3:00 NOVA The Elegant Universe 4:00 Market Warriors 5:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 20 Friday 1:00 This Old House Hour 2:00 POV The Light In Her Eyes 3:30 Crown of the Continent 4:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier 5:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos 21 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week 1:30 Need to Know 2:00 Homecoming: The Kansas City Symphony Presents Joyce DiDonato 3:00 Homeland: Immigration to America 4:00 History Detectives 5:00 This Old House Hour 22 Sunday 12:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier 1:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos 2:00 FRONTLINE 3:00 POV The Light In Her Eyes 4:30 Crown of the Continent 5:00 Washington Week 5:30 Need to Know

17 Tuesday 1:00 Market Warriors 2:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage San Francisco 3:00 Queen & Country 4:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V 5:30 Ribbon of Sand

23 Monday 12:30 Games of the North 1:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V 2:30 Games of the North 3:00 Homecoming: The Kansas City Symphony Presents Joyce DiDonata 4:00 Homeland: Immigration to America 5:00 NOVA The Elegant Universe

18 Wednesday 1:00 FRONTLINE 2:00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 3:00 History Detectives 4:00 Market Warriors 5:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage San Francisco

24 Tuesday 1:00 Market Warriors 2:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Pittsburgh 3:00 Queen & Country 4:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V 5:30 Games of the North

19 Thursday 1:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier 2:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos

25 Wednesday 1:00 FRONTLINE 2:00 History Detectives 3:00 History Detectives 4:00 Market Warriors

5:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Pittsburgh 26 Thursday 1:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier 2:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos 3:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos 4:00 History Detectives 5:00 History Detectives 27 Friday 1:00 This Old House Hour 2:00 Independent Lens Strong 3:00 POV Up Heartbreak Hill 4:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos 5:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos 28 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week 1:30 Need to Know 2:00 Havana, Havana! 3:00 Homeland: Immigration to America 4:00 Market Warriors 5:00 This Old House Hour 29 Sunday 12:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier 1:00 NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos 2:00 FRONTLINE 3:00 Independent Lens Strong 4:00 POV Up Heartbreak Hill 5:00 Washington Week 5:30 Need to Know 30 Monday 12:30 Pickin’ & Trimmin’ 1:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V 2:30 Atchafalaya Houseboat 3:00 Havana, Havana! 4:00 Homeland: Immigration to America 5:00 Nature Bears of the Last Frontier 31 Tuesday 1:00 Market Warriors 2:00 Antiques Roadshow Philadelphia, Pa Hour 3 3:00 Secrets of the Manor House 4:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series V 5:30 Atchafalaya Houseboat

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Starting on Monday, July 16 at 9pm, treasure hunters embark on an antiques adventure in Market Warriors, a new series from the producers of Antiques Roadshow, the hit PBS series and forerunner of television’s antiques and collectibles genre. In Market Warriors, four pickers travel to different markets across the country to purchase items with a set amount of money, and use their knowledge and skills to see who can make the most profit at auction. Fred Willard (Best in Show, A Mighty Wind) is Market Warrior’s’ offscreen host, offering wry commentary throughout the show. Over the course of the season, viewers will get to know the pickers, enjoy an up-close look at the fierce competition in each episode and obstacles they face in the marketplace each week, and make their best guesses about who will come out ahead at the end of each episode.

Meet the Pickers (l to r):

John Bruno is an industry veteran: an antiques and collectibles dealer and collector for 40 years, and an appraiser for more than 25 years. John runs one of the largest antiques show promotion/ management organizations in the Northeast. Miller Gaffney’s eye for antiques and collecting was honed over the years at places such as Sotheby’s Institute of Art. She is a licensed appraiser and the proprietor of an art advisory service that she founded in 2006. Bob Richter is a lifelong collector with the sensibility of an interior designer. Bob lives in New York City, where he is a regular at local flea markets and furniture shops. Kevin Bruneau has owned and operated an antiques business for more than two decades and is fluent in the world of buying and selling antiques and collectibles in the online marketplace.

July 2012 – TV Guide  

Viewing Guide for WTIU – Public Television Serving South Central Indiana

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