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June 2014

Public Television from Indiana University


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June 2014 Vol. 38, No. 4 Viewing Guide Staff Adam Schwartz Scott Witzke Editor Designer WTIU Staff Perry Metz General Manager Phil Meyer Station Manager WTIU/Channel 30 is licensed to Indiana University, which provides general operating support. WTIU (USPS-010149) is published monthly as a service to its contributors by WTIU, Indiana University Television, 1229 East Seventh Street, Bloomington, IN 47405-5501. It is printed by Indiana University Printing Services, with Periodicals Postage paid at Bloomington, Indiana.

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WTIU Receives Numerous National Awards

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Two WTIU-TV productions were recently awarded a bronze award in the 35th Annual Telly Awards. The Weekly Special: Thanksgiving Tidings episode, produced by Sarah Curtiss, and directed by Jay Kincaid, received the bronze award in the TV Program – Cultural category. Spirit of Brown County, produced by Jim Krause, was awarded a bronze award in the TV Programs – Documentary category. The WFIU-WTIU News team also won seven prestigious Edward R. Murrow Awards by the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) for its on-air and online reporting in 2013. The seven awards represent an unprecedented total in a single year for WFIU and WTIU. They also make ours the most-recognized smallmarket broadcast operation this year, and, following WBHM in Birmingham, Alabama, the second-most-decorated radio or TV newsroom in America. Lastly, the WFIU/WTIU News team did very well in this year’s Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) contest, collecting 25 awards.


Weekday Schedule 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:00 10:00 11:00

Curious George Dinosaur Train Super Why Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Sesame Street Peg + Cat

3:00 4:00 4:30

Wild Kratts Arthur The Friday Zone (Fridays only)

Monday

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11:30 Knitting Daily

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

It’s Sew Easy

Quilting Arts

Sewing with Nancy

12:00 Cooking with Julie Taboulie

Julia Child

America’s Test Kitchen

Martha Bakes

Jazzy Vegetarian

12:30 Victory Garden’s Rough Cut This Old House Edible Feast Woodworking with Tommy Mac 1:00 Nature

2:00 Body Electric

Antiques Roadshow

Body Electric

2:30 Scrapbook Soup Beads, Baubles & Jewels

Beg 6/13 Lidia’s Kitchen

Ask This Old House

Hometime

6/4 Wendy Whelan 6/11 Mariachi High 6/18 Light of the Prairie 6/25 Frederick Law Olmstead

NOVA

6/6 Stage Left

Body Electric

Body Electric

Best of the Joy of Painting

Wild Photo Painting and Adventures Travel with Roger and Sarah Bansemer

Charlie Rose

Charlie Rose

6/5 1962 World’s 6/13 I Am Fair 6/12 Into Deep Space

6/20 Beyond Boundaries 6/27 Brooks—The City of 100 Hellos Body Electric

3-5pm See children’s lineup above 5:00 Charlie Rose

Charlie Rose

Moyers and Co. 5:30 Well Read

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

Religion & Ethics Second Opinion Just Seen It Beg 6/25 Start Up NewsWeekly

Indiana Newsdesk

6:30 The Nightly 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 American Pharaoh Monday, June 16, 10pm Follow Bob Bradley, the American coach of the Egyptian National Football team, and the quest to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. This documentary shows the team on and off the pitch, and offers a unique window into events unfolding in Egypt following the historic revolution. Bradley arrived in Cairo in late 2011 and found a country and a team in chaos. The rebuilding of the team offers a powerful metaphor for the rebuilding of Egypt and the country’s journey toward democracy.

American Masters: Tanaquil Le Clercq: Afternoon of a Faun Friday, June 20, 10pm Of all the great ballerinas, Tanaquil Le Clercq may have been the most transcendent, mesmerizing viewers and choreographers alike. Because of her extraordinary movement and unique personality on stage, she became a muse to two of the greatest choreographers in dance, George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins. She had love, fame, adoration, and was the foremost dancer of her day until it suddenly all stopped. At the age of 27, she was struck down by polio and paralyzed. She never danced again. The ballet world has been haunted by her story ever since. The film interweaves breathtaking archival footage with interviews of those who knew Le Clercq, including dancers Jacques D’Amboise and Arthur Mitchell.

Secrets of Underground London Sunday, June 22, 8pm On the surface, London is a buzzing, modern metropolis—but underneath lies a secret, hidden world, all but forgotten by the millions of people above. Explore 2,000 years of subterranean history: a world of ancient caves and perfectly preserved Roman remains; mysterious rivers and gruesome plague pits; impenetrable vaults and top-secret bunkers. Digging deep, the program unearths some of the most extraordinary stories of the darkest part of the city.

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POV: When I Walk Monday, June 23, 10pm Jason DaSilva was 25 years old and a rising independent filmmaker when a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis changed everything—and inspired him to make another film. When I Walk is a candid and brave chronicle of one young man’s struggle to adapt to the harsh realities of MS, while holding on to his personal and creative life. With his body growing weaker, DaSilva’s spirits, and his film, get a boost from his mother’s tough love and the support of Alice Cook, who becomes his wife and filmmaking partner. The result is a life-affirming documentary filled with unexpected moments of joy and humor.

Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour Season 2 Sunday June 29 through July 20, 9pm Shaun Evans returns for a second season as the rookie DC Endeavour Morse. In this season’s episodes: Morse investigates what appears to be a routine suicide until he discovers the dead man’s mysterious final message. At an isolated and dreary school for girls, an elderly man is murdered with a ceremonial dagger. A missing boy, a dead journalist, and an absconder from an open prison draw Morse into a chain of troubling events that could reveal horrors of the past. And the Oxford Strangler strikes again.

Last Tango in Halifax, Season 2 Sunday June 29 through August 3, 8pm In this uplifting comedy-drama, childhood sweethearts Alan and Celia have fallen for each other a second time when they are reunited after nearly six decades. Having come so close to losing each other forever thanks to Alan’s near fatal heart attack, he and Celia decide to have a romantic secret wedding as soon as possible. But how will their daughters react? The uptight Caroline and rebellious Gillian are discovering they actually like each other. However, Gillian’s need to own up to her night with Caroline’s exhusband John could jeopardize the soon-to-be stepsisters’ fledgling friendship.

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Listings are accurate as of time of printing, but are subject to change.

1 Sunday 6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Bob the Builder DVS 7:30 Caillou 8:00 Clifford The Big Red Dog DVS 8:30 Cyberchase DVS 9:00 The Electric Company

9:00 How Sherlock Changed the World

4 Wednesday 8:00 Nature

Watson and Sherlock.

11:00 Stage Left: A Story of Theater in San Francisco H

8:00 Antiques Roadshow

4:00 Violin Masters: Two Gentlemen of Cremona

Richmond, Hour Three. A pressbook from The Bride of Frankenstein and an 1890 Frank Henry Shapleigh oil painting are appraised.

10:00 Independent Lens

Repeat of 6/1.

7:00 Doc Martin Always On My Mind. Phil Pratt accuses the doctor of killing his wife Helen when he comes to their house to treat her.

8:00 Mr. Stink

Chloe befriends an unusual tramp and learns that there is more to him than meets the eye—or nose. (r 6/1 midnight; 6/2 5am; 6/3 3am)

9:00 NOVA

5 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special H (r 6/8 10:30am; 6/8 6:30pm)

8:30 Bluegrass Underground

Wichita, KS – Hour One. A 1949 payroll check made out to baseball rookie Mickey Mantle scores a high-flying value.

How to Survive a Plague. Two grassroots coalitions fought to turn AIDS from a death sentence into a manageable condition. DVS (r 6/4 4am; 6/8 3am)

11:30 Journal H

3 Tuesday

D-Day’s Sunken Secrets. Dive teams and underwater robots discover Allied crafts that sank during the invasion of Normandy. (r 6/5 2am; 6/6 3:30am; 6/8 1am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

9:00 Antiques Roadshow

6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend H 6:30 The Weekly Special

Vintage Phoenix. Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus, the original 1897 letter to The Sun, is appraised. (r 6/3 2am; 6/3 1pm; 6/8 5pm)

In the early 17th century, the two greatest violin makers worked in the same small Italian town. DVS

5:00 Antiques Roadshow

This brisk and eyebrow-raising documentary celebrates the unique theater community in the Bay Area. (r 6/6 1pm; 6/8 3pm)

2 Monday

3:00 D-Day 360

LiDAR technology is used to recreate the landscape of the D-Day invasion during World War II. (r 6/3 1am; 6/3 8pm; 6/4 1am)

Outback Pelicans. One hundred thousand pelicans arrive in the largest lake in Australia, which is created every ten years by rain. DVS (r 6/5 1am; 6/7 midnight; 6/9 1pm)

Favorite Artists. (r 6/1 6:30pm)

People discuss important items recovered from 9/11, the Oklahoma City bombing and the Vietnam War. DVS (r 6/4 3am; 6/5 5am; 6/8 2pm; 6/9 3am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

DVS

Explore key battles and the immense implications of the Civil War’s staggering death toll. DVS (r 6/2 3am)

The effect of fictional detective Sherlock Holmes on real-life criminal investigations is explored. (r 6/2 1am; 6/3 4am)

9:30 DragonflyTV 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 The Weekly Special 11:00 Art Through Time: A Global View 11:30 Growing A Greener World H 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H 1:00 Death and the Civil War: American Experience

10:00 Objects and Memory

Old Crow Medicine Show. The atomic-powered string band performs original bluegrass songs, including the hit “Wagon Wheel.”

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour, Series I: Girl. Rookie Constable Endeavour Morse investigates the sudden death of a young secretarial student. DVS (r 6/6 2am)

10:30 Globe Trekker H

Around The World: Across America: Route 66 & Beyond. Justine Shapiro follows the Blue Ridge Parkway to Nashville and Memphis and takes Route 66 to Arizona. DVS (r 6/7 11am)

8:00 D-Day 360

Repeat of 6/1. (r 6/4 1am)

9:00 Hallowed Grounds A look at military cemeteries around the world where American military men and women are buried. (r 6/4 2am; 6/5 4am; 6/7 4am; 6/8 1pm)

11:30 Journal H

6 Friday 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill H

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H= Denotes a program new to WTIU.

(r 6/7 1am; 6/8 5am)


3:30 McLaughlin Group H 4:00 Indiana Newsdesk

8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week H

Repeat of 6/6.

(r 6/7 1:30am; 6/8 5:30am)

4:30 Inside Indiana Business H

9:00 Music Makes A City The inspiring story of how the Louisville Orchestra found international acclaim in the 1940s. (r 6/7 2am; 6/8 4pm; 6/9 5am; 6/11 4am)

Program from the IU Kelley School of Business.

5:30 Indiana Week In Review H 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend H 6:30 Joy of Music

10:00 Mariachi High – PBS Arts

A year in the life of the champion mariachi ensemble at Zapata High School in South Texas. DVS (r 6/7 3am; 6/9 4am; 6/11 5am; 6/11 1pm)

11:00 Moyers & Company 11:30 Journal H

Around The World: Across America: Route 66 & Beyond. DVS Repeat of 6/5.

12:00 In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs

(r 6/10 noon)

12:30 Victory Garden’s EdibleFEAST H

(r 6/9 12:30pm)

1:00 Rough Cut – Woodworking with Tommy Mac (r 6/10 12:30pm)

1:30 This Old House (r 6/11 12:30pm)

Jim Lauderdale/The Grascals/The Spinney Brothers.

11:00 Live from the Artists Den H

6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Thomas & Friends DVS 7:30 Caillou 8:00 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot about That! DVS 8:30 Sid The Science Kid 9:00 WordGirl H DVS 9:30 DragonflyTV 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 The Weekly Special Repeat of 6/5. (r 6/8 6:30pm)

11:00 Art Through Time: A Global View 11:30 Growing a Greener World H 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H 1:00 Hallowed Grounds

(r 6/12 12:30pm)

(r 6/13 12:30pm)

3:00 The Woodwright’s Shop DVS

Fifth Anniversary Special.

8 Sunday

2:00 Ask This Old House 2:30 Hometime

The Driving Test. Tim McGraw.

The Family Way. The doctor is puzzled when his parents, whom he hasn’t spoken to in years, make a surprise visit.

9:00 Austin City Limits

Salute to New York City.

10:00 Jubilee H

Repeat of 6/5.

7:00 Doc Martin

8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 The Red Green Show H

6:00 Barney & Friends DVS 6:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps DVS 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! DVS 8:00 Peg + Cat DVS 8:30 Dinosaur Train DVS 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood DVS 9:30 Super Why! DVS 10:00 The Friday Zone At Jellystone Park.

6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend H 6:30 The Weekly Special

Sights and Sounds on the Danube.

Vintage Phoenix. Repeat of 6/2.

7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show H

7 Saturday

10:30 Expeditions with Patrick McMillan H 11:00 Globe Trekker

5:00 Antiques Roadshow

Doc Martin.

8:00 Secrets of the Manor House

9:00 The Making of a Lady

Repeat of 6/3. DVS (r 6/9 3am)

3:00 Stage Left: A Story of Theater in San Francisco

A poor woman accepts an unromantic marriage proposal and soon finds that her life is in danger. (r 6/9 1am; 6/10 4am)

10:30 Ribbon of Sand

Meryl Streep narrates an examination of the unique ecosystem of the Cape Lookout National Seashore. (r 6/9 2:30am; 6/10 5:30am; 6/23 5:30am; 6/29 4:30am)

11:00 I Am H

An Indian filmmaker travels across India to meet with parents of gay and lesbian South Asians. (r 6/13 1pm; 6/22 3pm)

9 Monday 8:00 Antiques Roadshow

Repeat of 6/3.

2:00 Objects and Memory

A look at the British titled class in Edwardian times and the servants working in their estates. DVS (r 6/8 midnight; 6/10 3am)

Repeat of 6/1.

4:00 Music Makes a City Repeat of 6/6. (r 6/9 5am; 6/11 4am)

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Vintage San Francisco. Remarkable discoveries include a modest-looking Eskimo hunting helmet and a 1385 English silver spoon. (r 6/10 1pm; 6/12 5am; 6/15 5pm)

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Enlightenment.

Truth. Joy.

9:00 Brazil with Michael Palin H

Out of Africa. Palin visits one of the region’s massive beaches before heading to the monster sand dunes of the Lençóis Maranhenses National Park. (r 6/10 1am; 6/15 3am; 6/15 1pm)

Michael Palin.

10:00 Brazil with Michael Palin H

Into Amazonia. Palin’s travels include the magnificent Manaus Opera House, the Xingu River, and the capital city of Brasilia. (r 6/10 2am; 6/15 4am; 6/15 2pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

10 Tuesday 8:00 Secrets of the Dead

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Lost in the Amazon. In 1925, adventurer Col. Percy Fawcett disappeared while searching for a city of gold in Brazil. DVS (r 6/11 1am; 6/12 4am)

9:00 Brazil with Michael Palin H

The Road to Rio. Palin’s travels include the state of Minas Gerais with its giant mines and the city of Rio de Janeiro. (r 6/11 2am; 6/15 3pm; 6/16 3am)

10:00 Brazil with Michael Palin H

The Deep South. Visits include the beautiful town of Parati, the city of Sao Paolo, and the wetlands of the Pantanal. (r 6/11 3am; 6/15 4pm; 6/16 4am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H


11 Wednesday 8:00 Nature

Fortress of the Bears. The Tongass National Forest in Alaska supports the largest concentration of bears in the world. DVS (r 6/12 1am; 6/14 4am; 6/14 midnight; 6/16 1pm)

9:00 NOVA

Earth from Space. NOVA takes data from earthobserving satellites and transforms it into dazzling visual sequences. (r 6/12 2am; 6/13 3:30am; 6/15 1am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

12 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special Evansville, Indiana. (r 6/15 10:30am; 6/15 6:30pm)

8:30 Bluegrass Underground

Andrew Bird. The singer-violinist and multiinstrumentalist performs indie-folk rock with guest Tift Merritt.

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery!

Endeavour, Series I: Fugue. Constable Endeavour Morse’s love of opera may be the key to stopping a string of Oxford homicides. DVS (r 6/13 2am)

10:30 Globe Trekker H

Around The World – Panamericana: Conquistadors & Aztecs. A Mexican Silver Mine, colonial Chihuahua, and the colonial Silver Road to Mexico City are explored. DVS (r 6/14 11am)

11:30 Journal H

13 Friday 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill H

(r 6/14 1am; 6/15 5am)

8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week H

(r 6/14 1:30am; 6/15 5:30am)

9:00 Great Performances

Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration. The Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Pops, and others perform in the scenic Berkshires region. (r 6/14 2am)

11:00 Moyers & Company 11:30 Journal H

6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend H 6:30 Joy of Music H

Elbe River II.

7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show H My Blue Heaven.

8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 The Red Green Show

14 Saturday

6:00 Barney & Friends DVS 6:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps DVS 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot about That! DVS 8:00 Peg + Cat DVS 8:30 Dinosaur Train DVS 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood DVS 9:30 Super Why! DVS 10:00 The Friday Zone

10:00 Jubilee H

Icy Weather.

10:30 Expeditions with Patrick McMillan H 11:00 Globe Trekker

Around The World – Panamericana: Conquistadors & Aztecs. Repeat of 6/12.

(r 6/17 noon)

12:00 In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs

The Lumineers/Shovels & Rope.

The Darrell Webb Band/Newtown/ Jesse McReynolds & The Virginia Boys Reunion.

11:00 Front and Center H

Jack Johnson.

15 Sunday 6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Thomas & Friends DVS 7:30 Caillou 8:00 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! DVS 8:30 Sid the Science Kid 9:00 WordGirl DVS 9:30 DragonflyTV 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 The Weekly Special Repeat of 6/12. (r 6/15 6:30pm)

(r 6/17 12:30pm)

11:00 Art Through Time: A Global View 11:30 Growing A Greener World H 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H 1:00 Brazil with Michael Palin

(r 6/18 12:30pm)

12:30 Victory Garden’s EdibleFEAST H

The Satellite Dish.

9:00 Austin City Limits

(r 6/16 12:30pm)

1:00 Rough Cut – Woodworking with Tommy Mac 1:30 This Old House 2:00 Ask This Old House (r 6/19 12:30pm)

2:30 Hometime (r 6/20 12:30pm)

3:00 The Woodwright’s Shop DVS 3:30 McLaughlin Group H 4:00 Indiana Newsdesk

Repeat of 6/13.

4:30 Inside Indiana Business H Program from the IU Kelley School of Business.

5:30 Indiana Week In Review H

Out of Africa. Repeat of 6/9.

2:00 Brazil with Michael Palin Into Amazonia. Repeat of 6/9.

3:00 Brazil with Michael Palin The Road to Rio. Repeat of 6/10. (r 6/16 3am)

4:00 Brazil with Michael Palin

The Deep South. Repeat of 6/10. (r 6/16 4am)

5:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage San Francisco. Repeat of 6/9.

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6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend H 6:30 The Weekly Special

7:00 Doc Martin

Out of the Woods. Soon to be married Mark Mylow gets lost in the woods with his best man and receives an adder bite.

A look at London’s police force sheds light on what it takes to become a modern-day Sherlock Holmes. (r 6/16 12:30am; 6/17 3am)

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! H

Evansville, Indiana. Repeat of 6/12.

8:00 Secrets of Scotland Yard

10:00 American Pharaoh H

The Escape Artist, Part One. Star defense lawyer Will Burton takes the case of an unsavory suspect accused of a torture killing. (r 6/16 1:30am; 6/17 4am)

An American coaches the Egyptian national soccer team as it attempts to qualify for the World Cup. (r 6/17 1am; 6/18 4am; 6/22 4am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

8:00 Into the Wild: Edison, Ford & Friends H

Insight into famous friends Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, John Burroughs, and Harvey Firestone.

8:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts H

A preview of Ken Burns’ film The Roosevelts features interviews and behind-the-scenes material. (r 6/18 1am; 6/18 1:30am; 6/20 5:30am; 6/22 10:30pm; 6/23 2:30am; 6/24 5:30am; 6/27 3:30am)

Chronicles the journey of the courageous band of civil rights activists in the Deep South in 1961. DVS (r 6/18 2am; 6/19 4am; 6/22 2am; 6/22 1pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

10:30 Independent Lens H

The New Black. A look at how an African American community in Maryland grapples with same-sex marriage issues. (r 6/16 5am; 6/17 2am)

16 Monday 8:00 Antiques Roadshow H

Vintage Providence. A Maurice Brazil Prendergast color monotype and an Edward Farmer jade and gold box are showcased. (r 6/17 1pm; 6/22 5pm)

9:00 Antiques Roadshow

Vintage Houston. Pulse-quickening discoveries include a 19th-century Chinese jade scepter and a 1912 Titanic menu. (r 6/18 5am)

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8:00 The Weekly Special H (r 6/22 10:30am; 6/22 6:30pm)

8:30 Bluegrass Underground

17 Tuesday

9:00 Freedom Riders: American Experience

David Tennant as Will Burton.

19 Thursday

18 Wednesday

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery!

Endeavour, Series I: Rocket. A royal visit to a family-owned munitions factory ends with murder. Morse must find the culprit. DVS (r 6/20 2am)

10:30 Globe Trekker H

Around The World – Panamericana: Conquistadors & Incas. In Peru, one of the world’s largest gold mines and the volcano El Misti are visited. DVS (r 6/21 11am)

11:30 Journal H

20 Friday 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill H

8:00 Nature

Infamous Stringdusters The groove-friendly Infamous Stringdusters blend virtuosity and innovation to the delight of fans.

Great Zebra Exodus. Over 20,000 zebras make their epic migration across the Kalahari’s Makgadikgadi Pans in Africa. DVS (r 6/19 1am; 6/20 3:30am; 6/21 midnight; 6/23 1pm)

(r 6/21 1am; 6/22 5am)

8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week H

(r 6/21 1:30am; 6/22 5:30am)

9:00 Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America H A profile of the founder of American landscape architecture and the nation’s foremost park maker. (r 6/21 2am; 6/22 4pm; 6/23 3am; 6/25 1pm)

9:00 NOVA

At the Edge of Space. The shimmering aurora, meteors, and other phenomena are explored in the earth-space boundary zone. (r 6/19 2am; 6/19 1pm; 6/20 4:30am; 6/22 1am)

Frederick Law Olmsted.

10:00 Hawking

The life of Stephen Hawking, one of the most remarkable minds of the modern age, is chronicled. (r 6/19 3am; 6/24 2am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

10:00 American Masters H

Tanaquil Lec Clercq: Afternoon of a Faun. The passionate ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq was struck down at the height of her career by polio. (r 6/21 3am; 6/23 4am)

H= Denotes a program new to WTIU.


11:30 Journal H

21 Saturday 6:00 Barney & Friends DVS 6:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps DVS 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! DVS 8:00 Peg + Cat DVS 8:30 Dinosaur Train DVS 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood DVS 9:30 Super Why! DVS 10:00 The Friday Zone Keeps On Truckin’.

10:30 Expeditions with Patrick McMillan H 11:00 Globe Trekker

Around The World – Panamericana: Conquistadors & Incas. DVS Repeat of 6/19.

12:00 In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs

(r 6/24 noon)

(r 6/23 12:30pm)

12:30 Victory Garden’s EdibleFEAST

1:00 Rough Cut – Woodworking with Tommy Mac

8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 The Red Green Show

22 Sunday

(r 6/27 12:30pm)

4:30 Inside Indiana Business H

Sights and Sounds of Zurich.

7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show H Summer Sounds.

10:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts

Repeat of 6/17. (r 6/23 2:30am; 6/24 5:30am; 6/27 3:30am)

11:00 The Campaign H

The campaign to defeat California’s Proposition 8 and to defend same-sex marriage is chronicled. (r 6/27 1pm; 6/29 3pm)

Alison and Huong get married.

23 Monday 8:00 Antiques Roadshow H

Repeat of 6/18. DVS

3:00 I Am

Repeat of 6/8.

4:00 Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America Repeat of 6/20. (r 6/23 3am; 6/25 1pm) Vintage Providence. Repeat of 6/16.

6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend H 6:30 The Weekly Special

Vintage Atlanta. Documents related to golfer Bobby Jones and an 1841 letter by Abraham Lincoln are appraised. (r 6/24 1am)

10:00 POV H

Repeat of 6/19.

7:00 Doc Martin

Vintage Tampa. A fork from the Hindenburg and a Louis Comfort Tiffany lamp and Rose Helmut shade are highlighted. (r 6/24 1pm; 6/29 5pm)

9:00 Antiques Roadshow

5:00 Antiques Roadshow

Repeat of 6/20.

5:30 Indiana Week In Review H 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend H 6:30 Joy of Music H

The Escape Artist, Part Two. With the tables turned, attorney Will Burton battles for justice while trying to save his own skin. (r 6/23 1am; 6/24 4am)

Repeat of 6/19. (r 6/22 6:30pm)

11:00 Art Through Time: A Global View H 11:30 Growing A Greener World H 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H 1:00 Freedom Riders: American Experience

(r 6/26 12:30pm)

Program from the IU Kelley School of Business.

6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Thomas & Friends DVS 7:30 Caillou 8:00 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot about That! DVS 8:30 Sid The Science Kid DVS 9:00 WordGirl DVS 9:30 DragonflyTV 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 The Weekly Special

3:00 The Woodwright’s Shop DVS 3:30 McLaughlin Group H 4:00 Indiana Newsdesk

Sierra Hull/Balsam Range.

Train.

(r 6/25 12:30pm)

2:30 Hometime

Raphael Saadiq/Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears.

11:00 Front and Center H

2:00 Ask This Old House

9:00 Austin City Limits

10:00 Jubilee H

(r 6/24 12:30pm)

1:30 This Old House

Father and Son Banquet.

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! H

When I Walk. A chronicle of a brave young man’s struggle to adapt to the harsh realities of multiple sclerosis. (r 6/25 4am; 6/29 3am)

Erotomania. Graham Orchard, a Salvation Army member, arrives in Portwenn to trace a missing woman.

11:30 Journal H

8:00 Secrets of Underground London H

A look at the natural and manmade wonders beneath London features the lost river fleet and more. (r 6/22 midnight; 6/24 3am)

24 Tuesday 8:00 The March The 1963 March on Washington D.C., a watershed moment in the civil rights movement, is explored. (r 6/25 1am; 6/30 5am)

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9:00 Freedom Summer: American Experience H

W IU Highlights

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Exploring Music Joins WFIU’s Evening Lineup Bill McGlaughlin, the beloved longtime host of Saint Paul Sunday, has returned to WFIU with a new series: Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin, airing Sunday through Thursday nights at 7. The program continues to be heard weekdays at noon on our digital-only WFIU2.

Over 700 student volunteers joined organizers to combat white supremacy in Mississippi in 1964. (r 6/25 2am; 6/26 4am; 6/29 1pm; 6/30 3am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

25 Wednesday 8:00 Nature H

Bill McGlaughlin.

The series delves into a wide assortment of topics in the world of classical music. Each week’s five episodes build off a single theme—ranging from composer biographies to explorations of various cultures, musical styles, and time periods—allowing for a greater deal of depth than would be impossible in a once-a-week program. Recently, McGlaughlin has devoted a week to profiling musical works inspired by Shakespeare, to celebrating great African-American composers, and to discovering and deciphering messages hidden within pieces of classical music.

Jazz at Lincoln Center Friday, June 27, 11pm

Musical prodigy Stevie Wonder was recording albums at age 12, and his melodies have inspired artists of all genres and generations. In this celebration of twenty years Stevie Wonder. of Jazz at Lincoln Center broadcasts, the Stevie Wonder songbook is interpreted by the group The New York Times described as the “superbrain for what serious jazz sounds like now”—the SFJAZZ Collective. The Collective is an all-star award-winning jazz ensemble comprising eight of the finest performers/composers at work in jazz today: saxophonists Antonio Hart, Mark Turner, and Miguel Zenón, pianist Edward Simon, vibraphonist Stefon Harris, trumpeter Avishai Cohen, bassist Matt Penman, trombonist Robin Eubanks, and drummer Eric Harland.

Fabulous Frogs. Sir David Attenborough sheds new light on the weird and wonderful world of frogs. (r 6/26 1am; 6/27 4am; 6/28 midnight; 6/30 1pm)

9:00 NOVA

Deadliest Earthquakes. Follow a team of American geologists as they first enter Haiti in the immediate aftermath of the tragedy. DVS (r 6/26 2am; 6/26 1pm; 6/27 5am; 6/29 1am)

10:00 Surviving the Tsunami: A NOVA Special Presentation

Video footage and the stories of survivors reveal the destruction of the 2011 tsunami in Japan. DVS (r 6/26 3am; 6/29 2am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

26 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special (r 6/29 10:30am; 6/29 6:30pm)

8:30 Bluegrass Underground

Johnnyswim. The powerful duo deliver artistically rendered folk-pop songs and a modern, sensual sound.

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery!

Endeavour, Series I: Home While studying for his sergeant’s exam, Morse investigates the hitand-run death of a professor. DVS (r 6/27 2am)

10:30 Globe Trekker H

Around The World – Pacific Journeys: Santiago to Pitcairn Visits to Santiago de Chile, the Polynesian paradise of Tahiti, and Pitcairn Island. DVS (r 6/28 11am)

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5:30 Indiana Week in Review H 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend H 6:30 Joy of Music

8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill H

(r 6/28 1am; 6/29 5am)

8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week H

(r 6/28 1:30am; 6/29 5:30am)

9:00 Great Performances at the Met H La Bohème. Anita Hartig stars as the frail Mimi in Puccini’s moving story of young love. (r 6/28 2am)

11:30 Journal H

28 Saturday 6:00 Barney & Friends DVS 6:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps DVS 7:00 Curious George DVS 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! DVS 8:00 Peg + Cat DVS 8:30 Dinosaur Train DVS 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood DVS 9:30 Super Why! DVS 10:00 The Friday Zone Goes To The Birds.

10:30 Expeditions with Patrick McMillan H 11:00 Globe Trekker DVS 12:00 In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs

(r 7/1 noon)

12:30 Victory Garden’s EdibleFEAST

(r 6/30 12:30pm)

1:00 Rough Cut – Woodworking with Tommy Mac (r 7/1 12:30pm)

1:30 This Old House (r 7/2 12:30pm)

2:00 Ask This Old House (r 7/3 12:30pm)

4:30 Inside Indiana Business H Program from the IU Kelley School of Business.

The New Doctor.

9:00 Austin City Limits

10:00 Jubilee H

The Josh Williams Band/Charlie Sizemore Band.

11:00 Front and Center H

Repeat of 6/26. (r 6/29 6:30pm)

11:00 Art Through Time: A Global View H 11:30 Growing A Greener World H 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Start Up 1:00 Freedom Summer: American Experience

Repeat of 6/24. (r 6/30 3am)

3:00 The Campaign

Freddie and Stuart host a wake and are joined by their elderly friends for an awkward evening. (r 6/30 2:30am; 7/1 4:30am)

Ian McKellen as Freddie and Derek Jacobi as Stuart.

11:00 Age of Champions H

Senior citizens, including a 100year-old tennis champion, compete at the National Senior Games. (r 7/4 1pm)

30 Monday 8:00 Antiques Roadshow H

Repeat of 6/22.

4:00 The Cardboard Bernini

Vintage Columbus. Highlights include a trio of Albert Cheuret art deco clocks and a valuable Thomas Jefferson letter. (r 7/1 2am; 7/1 1pm; 7/6 5pm)

The work and life of artist James Grashow is explored as he builds a giant cardboard fountain. (r 7/2 1pm)

Vintage Tampa. Repeat of 6/23.

10:00 POV H

5:00 Antiques Roadshow

Endeavour, Season 2: Trove. A dead man’s mysterious final message leads Morse to believe the death was not a routine suicide. (r 6/30 1am; 7/1 3am)

10:30 Vicious H

JJ Grey & Mofro.

6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Thomas & Friends DVS 7:30 Caillou H DVS 8:00 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! DVS 8:30 Sid The Science Kid DVS 9:00 WordGirl DVS 9:30 DragonflyTV 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 The Weekly Special

Alan and Celia seize the day, and Gillian spirals into a dark place as skeletons surface. (r 6/29 midnight; 7/1 5am)

9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! H

29 Sunday

(r 7/4 12:30pm)

Repeat of 6/27.

Broadway Musicals.

8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 The Red Green Show H

On The Edge – Part 1. Martin fails to restart his relationship with Louisa. Her father Terry plans to smuggle explosives.

8:00 Last Tango in Halifax H

Musical Visit to Carcassone.

7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show H

Wilco.

2:30 Hometime 3:00 The Woodwright’s Shop DVS 3:30 McLaughlin Group H 4:00 Indiana Newsdesk

7:00 Doc Martin

6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend H 6:30 The Weekly Special Repeat of 6/26.

9:00 Antiques Roadshow

Vintage Pittsburgh. A gold, silver, and ruby bracelet and a handsome Victorian sideboard are appraised. (r 7/1 1am) American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs. A profile of Grace Lee Boggs, a 98 year-old Chinese-American philosopher and activist in Detroit.

11:30 Journal H

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A to Z The 1962 World’s Fair: When Seattle Invented the Future 6/5 1pm Age of Champions 6/29 11pm American Masters Tanaquil Le Clercq: Afternoon of a Faun 6/20 10pm; 6/21 3am; 6/23 4am American Pharaoh 6/16 10pm; 6/17 1am; 6/18 4am; 6/22 4am America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated 6/18 noon; 6/25 noon Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps Sat 6:30am Antiques Roadshow Vintage Phoenix 6/2 8pm; 6/3 2am, 1pm; 6/8 5pm Wichita – Hour One 6/2 9pm Vintage San Francisco 6/9 8pm; 6/10 1pm; 6/12 5am; 6/15 5pm Vintage Providence 6/16 8pm; 6/17 1pm; 6/22 5pm Vintage Houston 6/16 9pm; 6/18 5am Vintage Tampa 6/23 8pm; 6/24 1pm; 6/29 5pm Vintage Atlanta 6/23 9pm; 6/24 1am Vintage Columbus 6/30 8pm Vintage Pittsburgh 6/30 9pm; 6/1 5pm Arthur Weekdays 4pm Art Through Time: A Global View Sun 11am Ask This Old House Sat 2pm; Thu 12:30pm Austin City Limits Sat 9pm Aviators Sun 12:30pm Barney & Friends Sat 6am Beads, Baubles and Jewels Tue 2:30pm Best of the Joy of Painting Wed 2:30pm

Beyond Boundaries 6/15 11:30pm; 6/20 1pm Biz Kid$ Sun 10am Bluegrass Underground Thu 8:30pm Bob the Builder 6/1 7am Body Electric Weekdays 6am; 2pm Brazil with Michael Palin Out of Africa 6/9 9pm; 6/10 1am; 6/15 3am, 1pm Into Amazonia 6/9 10pm; 6/10 2am; 6/15 4am, 2pm The Road to Rio 6/10 9pm; 6/11 2am; 6/15 3pm; 6/16 3am The Deep South 6/10 10pm; 6/11 3am; 6/15 4pm; 6/16 4am Brooks – The City of 100 Hellos 6/16 midnight; 6/20 1:30pm Caillou Sun 7:30am The Campaign 6/22 11pm; 6/27 1pm; 6/29 3pm The Cardboard Bernini 6/29 4pm Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Sat 7:30am; Sun 8am Charlie Rose Mon – Thu 5pm; Tue – Sat midnight Charlie Rose: The Week Fri 8:30pm; Sat 1:30am; Sun 5:30am Clifford The Big Red Dog 6/1 8am Coming Back with Wes Moore 6/1 4am Cooking with Julie Taboulie Mon noon Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen 6/4 noon; 6/11 noon Curious George Weekdays 6:30am, 7am; Sat 7am Cyberchase 6/1 8:30am

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Weekdays 9am, 9:30am; Sat 9am D-Day 360 6/1 3pm; 6/3 1am, 8pm; 6/4 1am Death and the Civil War: American Experience 6/1 1pm; 6/2 3am Dinosaur Train Weekdays 7:30am, 8am; Sat 8:30am Doc Martin Sat 7pm DragonflyTV Sun 9:30am The Electric Company 6/1 9am European Journal Mon 6pm Expeditions with Patrick McMillan Sat 10:30am Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Tue 11:30am Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America 6/20 9pm; 6/21 2am; 6/22 4pm; 6/23 3am; 6/25 1pm Freedom Riders: American Experience 6/17 9pm; 6/18 2am; 6/19 4am; 6/22 2am, 1pm Freedom Summer: American Experience 6/24 9pm; 6/25 2am; 6/26 4am; 6/29 1pm; 6/30 3am The Friday Zone Fri 4:30pm; Sat 10am Front and Center Jack Johnson 6/14 11pm Train 6/21 11pm JJ Grey & Mofro 6/28 11pm FRONTLINE 6/1 3am Globe Trekker Thu 10:30pm; Sat 11am Great Performances Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration – PBS Arts 6/13 9pm; 6/14 2am

Great Performances at the Met La Bohème 6/27 9pm; 6/28 2am Growing a Greener World Sun 11:30am Hallowed Grounds 6/3 9pm; 6/4 2am; 6/5 4am; 6/7 4am; 6/8 1pm Hawking 6/18 10pm; 6/19 3am; 6/24 2am Hometime Fri 12:30pm; Sat 2:30pm How Sherlock Changed The World 6/1 9pm; 6/2 1am; 6/3 4am I Am 6/8 11pm; 6/13 1pm; 6/22 3pm Independent Lens How to Survive a Plague 6/2 10pm; 6/4 4am; 6/8 3am The New Black 6/15 10:30pm; 6/16 5am; 6/17 2am Indiana Newsdesk Fri 6pm; Sat 4pm Indiana Week in Review Sat 5:30pm In Julia’s Kitchen with Master Chefs Tue noon; Sat noon Inside Indiana Business Sat 4:30pm Into Deep Space: The Birth of the Alma Observatory 6/12 1pm Into the Wild: Edison, Ford & Friends 6/17 8pm It’s Sew Easy Wed 11:30am The Jazzy Vegetarian 6/6 noon Journal Weekdays 11:30pm; Joy of Music Sat 6:30pm Jubilee Sat 10pm Just Seen It Thu 6pm Katmai: Alaska’s Wild Peninsula 6/8 4:30am

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Keeping Up Appearances Sat 8pm Knitting Daily Mon 11:30am Last Tango in Halifax 6/29 8pm; 6/30 midnight The Lawrence Welk Show Sat 7pm Lidia’s Kitchen 6/13 noon; 6/20 noon; 6/27 noon Light of the Prairie: Stained Glass in South Dakota 6/18 1pm Live from the Artists Den 5th Anniversary Special 6/7 11pm The Making of a Lady 6/8 9pm; 6/9 1am; 6/10 4am The March 6/24 8pm; 6/25 1am; 6/30 5am Mariachi High – PBS Arts 6/6 10pm; 6/7 3am; 6/9 4am; 6/11 5am, 1pm Martha Bakes Thu noon Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour, Series I: Girl 6/5 9pm; 6/6 2am Endeavour, Series I: Fugue 6/12 9pm; 6/13 2am Endeavour, Series I: Rocket 6/19 9pm; 6/20 2am The Escape Artist, Part One 6/15 9pm; 6/16 1:30am; 6/17 4am The Escape Artist, Part Two 6/22 9pm; 6/23 1am; 6/24 4am Endeavour, Series I: Home 6/26 9pm; 6/27 2am Endeavour, Season 2: Trove 6/29 9pm; 6/30 1am McLaughlin Group Sat 3:30pm MotorWeek Sun noon Moyers & Company Fri 5pm, 11pm

Mr. Stink 6/1 8pm; 6/2 midnight, 5am; 6/3 3am Music Makes a City 6/6 9pm; 6/7 2am; 6/8 4pm; 6/9 5am; 6/11 4am Nature American Eagle 6/1 midnight; 6/2 1pm Outback Pelicans 6/4 8pm; 6/5 1am; 6/8 midnight; 6/9 1pm Fortress of the Bears 6/11 8pm; 6/12 1am; 6/14 4am; 6/15 midnight; 6/16 1pm Great Zebra Exodus 6/18 8pm; 6/19 1am; 6/20 3:30am; 6/22 midnight; 6/23 1pm Fabulous Frogs 6/25 8pm; 6/26 1am; 6/27 4am; 6/29 midnight; 6/30 1pm Nightly Business Report Weekdays 6:30pm NOVA Deadliest Earthquakes 6/25 9pm; 6/26 2am, 1pm; 6/27 5am; 6/29 1am Earth from Space 6/11 9pm; 6/12 2am; 6/13 3:30am; 6/15 1am At the Edge of Space 6/18 9pm; 6/19 2am, 1pm; 6/20 4:30am; 6/22 1am; 6/1 1am; 6/4 9pm; 6/5 2am; 6/6 3:30am; 6/8 1am Objects and Memory 6/3 10pm; 6/4 3am; 6/5 5am; 6/8 2pm; 6/9 3am Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Thu 2:30pm PBS NewsHour Weekdays 7pm PBS NewsHour Weekend Sat and Sun 6pm PBS Previews: The Roosevelts 6/17 8:30pm; 6/18 1am, 1:30am; 6/20 5:30am; 6/22 10:30pm; 6/23 2:30am; 6/24 5:30am; 6/27 3:30am

Peg + Cat Weekdays 11am; Sat 8am POV When I Walk 6/23 10pm; 6/25 4am; 6/29 3am American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs 6/30 10pm Quilting Arts Thu 11:30am The Red Green Show Sat 8:30pm Religion & Ethics Newsweekly Tuesday 6pm Ribbon of Sand 6/4 5:30am; 6/6 5:30am; 6/8 10:30pm; 6/9 2:30am; 6/10 5:30am; 6/23 5:30am; 6/29 4:30am Rough Cut – Woodworking with Tommy Mac Tue 12:30pm; Sat 1pm Scrapbook Soup Mon 2:30pm Second Opinion 6/4 6pm; 6/11 6pm; 6/18 6pm Secrets of Scotland Yard 6/15 8pm; 6/16 12:30am; 6/17 3am Secrets of the Dead Lost in the Amazon 6/10 8pm; 6/11 1am; 6/12 4am Secrets of the Manor House 6/8 8pm; 6/9 midnight; 6/10 3am Secrets of Underground London 6/22 8pm; 6/23 midnight; 6/24 3am Sesame Street Weekdays 10am; Sun 6am Sewing with Nancy Fri 11:30am Sid the Science Kid Sun 8:30am (except 6/1) Sky Island 6/13 5:30am; 6/17 5:30am; 6/21 4:30am; 6/25 5:30am; 6/28 4:30am

Stage Left: A Story of Theater in San Francisco 6/1 11pm; 6/6 1pm; 6/8 3pm Start Up 6/25 6pm; 6/29 12:30pm Super Why! Weekdays 8:30am; Sat 9:30am Surviving the Tsunami: A NOVA Special Presentation 6/25 10pm; 6/26 3am; 6/29 2am Tavis Smiley 6/3 11pm; 6/4 11pm; 6/9 11pm; 6/10 11pm; 6/11 11pm; 6/16 11pm; 6/17 11pm; 6/18 11pm; 6/24 11pm; 6/25 11pm This Old House Wed 12:30pm; Sat 1:30pm The This Old House Hour Fri 1am; Sat 5am Thomas & Friends Sun 7am (except 6/1) Vicious 6/29 10:30pm; 6/30 2:30am Victory Garden’s Edible Feast Sat 12:30pm; Mon 12:30pm Violin Masters: Two Gentlemen of Cremona 6/1 4pm Washington Week with Gwen Ifill Sun 5am; Fri 8pm; Sat 1am The Weekly Special Thu 8pm; Sun 10:30am, 6:30pm Well Read Fri 5:30pm Wendy Whelan – Moments of Grace 6/4 1pm Wild Kratts Mon – Fri 3pm, 3:30pm Wild Photo Adventures Fri 2:30pm The Woodwright’s Shop Sat 3pm WordGirl Sun 9am (except 6/1)

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TIU World (Ch. 30.2) Evening Programming 10:00 PBS NewsHour 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Nightly Business Report 1 Sunday 6:30 Gathering of Heroes 7:00 Great Conversations Malcolm Gladwell and Daniel Pink 8:00 Jerzy Popieluszko: Messenger of the Truth 9:30 Australian Story On the Precipice 10:00 Global Voices Miss Nikki and the Tiger Girls 11:00 Cuba Mia: Portrait of An All-Woman Orchestra 2 Monday 6:00 Local USA Living the Dream 6:30 I Am 7:30 Beyond Boundaries 8:00 Stage Left: A Story of Theater in San Francisco 9:00 Violin Masters: Two Gentlemen of Cremona 3 Tuesday 7:00 Global Voices Miss Nikki and the Tiger Girls 8:00 America Reframed 9:30 Australian Story On the Precipice 4 Wednesday 6:00 The Grove 7:00 Independent Lens We Were Here 8:30 The Day It Snowed In Miami 5 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special Favorite Artists 6:30 Fleeced: Speaking Out on Senior Financial Abuse 7:00 Diplomacy in a Dangerous World: A Conversation with Richard Lugar and Sam Nunn 8:00 Lee and Richard Hamilton: Conversations with a Politician and a Pastor 8:30 Lee and Richard Hamilton: Conversations with a Politician and a Pastor 9:00 Lee and Richard Hamilton: Conversations with a Politician and a Pastor 9:30 All That Remains 6 Friday 6:00 Day of Days: June 6, 1944 7:00 Eagles of Mercy 8:00 Dick Winters: “Hang Tough” 9:00 Day of Days: June 6, 1944

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7 Saturday 6:00 Global 3000 6:30 LinkAsia 7:00 Moyers & Company 7:30 Asia This Week 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 9:30 European Journal 10:00 America Reframed

8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 9:30 European Journal 10:00 America Reframed The Pruitt-Igoe Myth

8 Sunday 6:30 Australian Story On the Precipice 7:00 Great Conversations Elizabeth Gilbert and ZZ Packer 8:00 Nature Outback Pelicans 9:00 AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange The Deported 10:00 Global Voices In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee 11:00 Simple Piece of Paper 9 Monday 6:00 Local USA Hunger in America 6:30 Local USA Drive like a Girl 7:00 Slavery by Another Name 8:30 One Night in March 9:00 Local USA Hunger in America 9:30 Local USA Drive like A Girl 10 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts State of Indiana vs. IBM 7:00 Global Voices In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee 8:00 America Reframed The Pruitt-Igoe Myth 9:30 New Metropolis The New Neighbors 11 Wednesday 6:00 Independent Lens Love Free or Die 7:00 Independent Lens Two Spirits 8:00 The Campaign 9:00 Independent Lens Love Free or Die 12 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 The Four Seasons of Goose Pond 7:00 NOVA Earth from Space 9:00 John Glenn: A Life of Service 13 Friday 6:00 West Encounters East 7:00 Brazil with Michael Palin Out of Africa 8:00 Brazil with Michael Palin Into Amazonia 9:00 West Encounters East 14 Saturday 6:00 Global 3000 6:30 LinkAsia 7:00 Moyers & Company 7:30 Asia This Week

15 Sunday 6:30 New Metropolis The New Neighbors 7:00 Great Conversations Congressman John Lewis 8:00 Nature Fortress of the Bears 9:00 Civil War: The Untold Story Bloody Shiloh 10:00 Global Voices I Will Be Murdered 11:00 Global Voices Ninos De La Memoria 16 Monday 6:00 Local USA Immigration: Home 6:30 Local USA Hunger in America 7:00 Independent Lens The Powerbroker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights 8:00 The March 9:00 Local USA Immigration: Home 9:30 Local USA Hunger in America 17 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts Anthony Dye vs. State of Indiana 7:00 Global Voices I Will Be Murdered 8:00 America Reframed My Brooklyn/Fate of a Salesman 18 Wednesday 6:00 Anyone and Everyone 7:00 The Grove 8:00 Independent Lens The New Black 9:00 Anyone and Everyone 19 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special Evansville, Indiana 6:30 Indiana Prepares 7:00 NOVA At the Edge of Space 8:00 Hawking 9:00 Secrets of the Dead Slave Ship Mutiny 20 Friday 6:00 American Pharaoh 7:00 Brazil with Michael Palin The Road to Rio 8:00 Brazil with Michael Palin The Deep South 9:00 American Pharaoh 21 Saturday 6:00 Global 3000 6:30 LinkAsia 7:00 Moyers & Company 7:30 Asia This Week 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 8:30 McLaughlin Group

9:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 9:30 European Journal 10:00 America Reframed My Brooklyn/Fate of a Salesman 22 Sunday 7:00 Great Conversations Richard Ellis and Jeff Corwin 8:00 Nature Great Zebra Exodus 9:00 Civil War: The Untold Story A Beacon of Hope 10:00 Global Voices The Fighting Spirit 11:00 Global Voices Tales of the Waria 23 Monday 6:00 Local USA Immigration: on the Border 6:30 Local USA Immigration: Home 7:00 Freedom Riders: American Experience 9:00 Local USA Immigration: on the Border 9:30 Local USA Immigration: Home 24 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts State of Indiana vs. Steven Hollin 7:00 Global Voices The Fighting Spirit 8:00 America Reframed Broken Heart Land 25 Wednesday 6:00 Healed: Music, Medicine and Life with MS 7:00 Australian Story On the Precipice 7:30 POV When I Walk 9:00 Healed: Music, Medicine and Life with MS 26 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 When Every River Turned Against Us 7:00 NOVA Deadliest Earthquakes 8:00 Surviving The Tsunami: A NOVA Special Presentation 9:00 Secrets of the Dead Lost Ships of Rome 27 Friday 6:00 To Breathe as One 7:00 Conducting Hope 8:00 Singing Revolution 9:00 To Breathe as One 28 Saturday 6:00 Global 3000 6:30 LinkAsia 7:00 Moyers & Company 7:30 Asia This Week 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 9:30 European Journal 10:00 America Reframed Broken Heart Land

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29 Sunday 7:00 Great Conversations Billy Collins and Garrison Keillor 8:00 Nature Fabulous Frogs 9:00 Civil War: The Untold Story River of Death 10:00 Global Voices Before The Spring, After the Fall 11:00 Global Voices Waiting for the Revolution 30 Monday 6:00 Local USA Caring at the End 6:30 Local USA Immigration: on the Border 7:00 Freedom Summer: American Experience 9:00 Local USA Caring at the End 9:30 Local USA Immigration: on the Border

TIU Family (Ch. 30.3) Monday–Friday Noon Dinosaur Train 12:30 Dinosaur Train 1:00 Super Why! 1:30 Thomas & Friends 2:00 Peg + Cat 2:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot about That! 3:00 Curious George 3:30 Curious George 4:00 Arthur 4:30 Arthur 5:00 Wild Kratts 5:30 Wild Kratts The Friday Zone (Fridays) Mondays and Fridays 6:00 This Old House 6:30 Pati’s Mexican Table Neven Maguire: Home Chef (starts 6/6) 7:00 Simply Ming 7:30 Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home French Chef Classics (starts 6/16) 8:00 Lidia’s Kitchen 8:30 Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen 9:00 A Chef’s Life Kevin Dundon’s Modern Irish Food 9:30 Pati’s Mexican Table Neven Maguire: Home Chef (starts 6/6) 10:00 This Old House 10:30 Rick Steves’ Europe

11:00 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope 11:30 Lidia’s Kitchen

11:30 Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Reservations for Two

Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 Woodwright’s Shop 6:30 Pati’s Mexican Table Neven Maguire: Home Chef (starts 6/10) 7:00 Sara’s Weeknight Meals 7:30 Baking with Julia 8:00 Lidia’s Italy in America 8:30 America’s Test Kitchen 9:00 Cooking with Nick Stellino 9:30 Pati’s Mexican Table Neven Maguire: Home Chef (starts 6/10) 10:00 Woodwright’s Shop 10:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 11:00 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions 11:30 Lidia’s Italy in America

14 Saturday 6:00 A Chef’s Life Tomatoes: You Say Heirloom, I Say Old Timey 6:30 Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen Extreme Grilling 7:00 Chefs A’ Field: Culinary Adventures that Begin on the Farm New York, New York: Greenmarket 7:30 Christina 8:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Tomato Festival 8:30 Katie Brown Workshop Take the Party Outside 9:00 Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class Chicken Ragout & Stewed Grape Panna Cotta 9:30 Caprial and John’s Kitchen: Cooking for Family and Friends Hand-Picked Sweet Corn 10:00 Christina Cooks Men and a Good Tomato 10:30 A Chef’s Life Sweet Corn & Expensive Tea 11:00 Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class Tomato Basil Fettuccine & Grilled Corn Salad 11:30 Caprial and John’s Kitchen: Cooking for Family and Friends U-Pick Tomatoes

Wednesdays and Sundays 6:00 Ask This Old House 6:30 Pati’s Mexican Table Neven Maguire: Home Chef (starts 6/8) 7:00 Mexico: One Plate at a Time Pati’s Mexican Table (starts 6/18) 7:30 Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way 8:00 Lidia’s Kitchen Sun: Lidia’s Italy in America 8:30 Sun: America’s Test Kitchen Wed: Cook’s Country 9:00 Wed: Kevin Dundon’s Modern Irish Food Sun: Cooking with Nick Stellino 9:30 Pati’s Mexican Table Neven Maguire: Home Chef (starts 6/8) 10:00 Ask This Old House 10:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 11:00 Rudy Maxa’s World 11:30 Wed: Lidia’s Kitchen Sun: Lidia’s Italy in America 7 Saturday 6:00 Katie Brown Workshop Wedding 6:30 Rachel’s Favorite Food for Living Romance 7:00 Christina Cooks Aphrodisiacs 7:30 Travelscope Fiji – Island Hopping 8:00 Baking with Julia 8:30 Baking with Julia 9:00 Bake Decorate Celebrate! Love, Marriage, Baby Carriage 9:30 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Dinner for Two 10:00 Smart Travels: Europe with Rudy Maxa Paris 10:30 Christina Cooks Dinner and a Movie 11:00 Katie Brown Workshop Who Needs a Wedding Planner?

21 Saturday 6:00—Midnight Eat! Drink! Italy! with Vic Rallo Marathon 28 Saturday 6:00 America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Short Ribs and Chops Hit the Grill 6:30 Christina Cooks All Hands on Deck 7:00 Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen Smoke Screen 7:30 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Fire Up the Grill 8:00 Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen Texas and Oklahoma 8:30 Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen 9:00 Taste This! Grilling on the 16th Floor 9:30 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Sizzlin Celebrations 10:00 America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Spicing Up the Grill

10:30 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Girls at the Grill with Elizabeth Karmel 11:00 Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Backyard Barbecue 11:30 Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen Louisiana and the Gulf Coast

TIU ESPANOL (Ch. 30.4) Saturdays 8:00 Fear of Loving 9:00 Doctor’s Diary 10:00 Red Band Society 11:00 El Aguila Roja Sundays 8:00 Cuéntame Cómo Pasó 9:00 Estelares 10:00 Estelares 11:00 Estudio Billboard Mondays 8:00 Wild at Heart 9:00 Estelares 10:00 El Barco Pillars of the Earth (begins 6/9) 11:00 Good and Evil Tuesdays 8:00 The Family 9:00 Estelares 10:00 Fear of Loving 11:00 Sea Patrol Mek 8 (begins 6/10) 11:30 Mek 8 (begins 6/10) Wednesdays 8:00 Red Band Society 9:00 Estelares 10:00 Long Lasting Youth 11:00 El Aguila Rosa Thursdays 8:00 Sea Patrol 9:00 Estelares 10:00 Grand Hotel 11:00 Punta Escarlata Fridays 8:00 Cuentame Como Paso 9:00 Dance Academy Desafio Vertical (begins 6/20) 9:30 Heroes Con Trayectorias (6/6, 6/13) 10:00 Jorge Gestoso Investiga 11:00 Scent of Love

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Tuesday – Saturday 12:00 Charlie Rose

3:00 Mariachi High – PBS Arts 4:00 Hallowed Grounds 5:00 The This Old House Hour

1 Sunday 1:00 NOVA D-Day’s Sunken Secrets 3:00 FRONTLINE To Catch a Trader 4:00 Coming Back with Wes Moore Moving Forward 5:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week

8 Sunday 1:00 NOVA D-Day’s Sunken Secrets 3:00 Independent Lens How to Survive a Plague 4:30 Katmai: Alaska’s Wild Peninsula 5:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week

2 Monday 1:00 How Sherlock Changed the World 3:00 Death and the Civil War: American Experience 5:00 Mr. Stink

9 Monday 1:00 The Making of a Lady 2:30 Ribbon of Sand 3:00 Objects and Memory 4:00 Mariachi High – PBS Arts 5:00 Music Makes A City

3 Tuesday 1:00 D-Day 360 2:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Phoenix 3:00 Mr. Stink 4:00 How Sherlock Changed the World

10 Tuesday 1:00 Brazil with Michael Palin Out of Africa 2:00 Brazil with Michael Palin Into Amazonia 3:00 Secrets of the Manor House 4:00 The Making of a Lady 5:30 Ribbon of Sand

Overnight Schedule

4 Wednesday 1:00 D-Day 360 2:00 Hallowed Grounds 3:00 Objects and Memory 4:00 Independent Lens How to Survive a Plague 5:30 Ribbon of Sand 5 Thursday 1:00 Nature Outback Pelicans 2:00 NOVA D-Day’s Sunken Secrets 4:00 Hallowed Grounds 5:00 Objects and Memory

11 Wednesday 1:00 Secrets of the Dead Lost in the Amazon 2:00 Brazil with Michael Palin The Road to Rio 3:00 Brazil with Michael Palin The Deep South 4:00 Music Makes A City 5:00 Mariachi High – PBS Arts

6 Friday 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour, Series I: Girl 3:30 NOVA D-Day’s Sunken Secrets 5:30 Ribbon of Sand

12 Thursday 1:00 Nature Fortress of the Bears 2:00 NOVA Earth from Space 4:00 Secrets of the Dead Lost in the Amazon 5:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage San Francisco

7 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Music Makes A City

13 Friday 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour, Series I: Fugue

3:30 NOVA Earth from Space 5:30 Sky Island

14 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Great Performances Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration – PBS Arts 4:00 Nature Fortress of the Bears 5:00 The This Old House Hour 15 Sunday 1:00 NOVA Earth from Space 3:00 Brazil with Michael Palin Out of Africa 4:00 Brazil with Michael Palin Into Amazonia 5:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 16 Monday 1:30 Masterpiece Mystery! The Escape Artist, Part One 3:00 Brazil with Michael Palin The Road to Rio 4:00 Brazil with Michael Palin The Deep South 5:00 Independent Lens The New Black 17 Tuesday 1:00 American Pharaoh 2:00 Independent Lens The New Black 3:00 Secrets of Scotland Yard 4:00 Masterpiece Mystery! The Escape Artist, Part One 5:30 Sky Island 18 Wednesday 1:00 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts 1:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts 2:00 Freedom Riders: American Experience 4:00 American Pharaoh 5:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Houston 19 Thursday 1:00 Nature Great Zebra Exodus

2:00 NOVA At The Edge of Space 3:00 Hawking 4:00 Freedom Riders: American Experience 20 Friday 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour, Series I: Rocket 3:30 Nature Great Zebra Exodus 4:30 NOVA At The Edge of Space 5:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts 21 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America 3:00 American Masters Tanaquil Leclercq: Afternoon of a Faun 4:30 Sky Island 5:00 The This Old House Hour 22 Sunday 1:00 NOVA At the Edge of Space 2:00 Freedom Riders: American Experience 4:00 American Pharaoh 5:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 23 Monday 1:00 Masterpiece Mystery! The Escape Artist, Part Two 2:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts 3:00 Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America 4:00 American Masters Tanaquil Leclercq: Afternoon of a Faun 5:30 Ribbon of Sand 24 Tuesday 1:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage Atlanta 2:00 Hawking 3:00 Secrets of Underground London 4:00 Masterpiece Mystery! The Escape Artist, Part Two 5:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts

25 Wednesday 1:00 The March 2:00 Freedom Summer: American Experience 4:00 POV When I Walk 5:30 Sky Island 26 Thursday 1:00 Nature Fabulous Frogs 2:00 NOVA Deadliest Earthquakes 3:00 Surviving the Tsunami: A NOVA Special Presentation 4:00 Freedom Summer: American Experience 27 Friday 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour, Series I: Home 3:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts 4:00 Nature Fabulous Frogs 5:00 NOVA Deadliest Earthquakes 28 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Great Performances at the Met La Boheme 4:30 Sky Island 5:00 The This Old House Hour 29 Sunday 1:00 NOVA Deadliest Earthquakes 2:00 Surviving The Tsunami: A NOVA Special Presentation 3:00 POV When I Walk 4:30 Ribbon of Sand 5:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 30 Monday 1:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Endeavour, Season 2: Trove 2:30 Vicious 3:00 Freedom Summer: American Experience 5:00 The March

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Freedom Summer: American Experience Tuesday, June 24, 9pm

In the hot and deadly summer of 1964, the nation could not turn away from Mississippi. Over 10 memorable weeks known as Freedom Summer, more than 700 student volunteers joined with organizers and local African Americans in a historic effort to shatter the foundations of white supremacy in one of the nation’s most segregated states. Working together, they canvassed for voter registration, created Freedom Schools and established the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party with the goal of challenging the segregationist state Democratic Party at the national convention in Atlantic City. Freedom Summer was marked by sustained and deadly violence, including the notorious murders of three civil rights workers, countless beatings, the burning of 35 churches and the bombing of 70 homes and community centers.

Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Stanley Nelson (Freedom Riders, The Murder of Emmett Till), Freedom Summer highlights an overlooked but essential element of the civil rights movement: the patient and long-term efforts by outside activists and local citizens in Mississippi to organize communities and register black voters—even in the face of intimidation, physical violence and death.

June 2014 – TV Guide  

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