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Tuesday, October 15 at 8pm Public Television from Indiana University


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Benefits of the Month: October 2013 Vol. 37, No. 8 Viewing Guide Staff Scott Witzke Editor & Graphic 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. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: WTIU, Membership Department Radio and TV Center Indiana University 1229 East 7th Street Bloomington, IN 47405-5501 WTIU is operated by Indiana University’s Radio and Television Services. It is a member station of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations. Key to viewing guide symbol: (r + date) = scheduled repeat broadcast DVS = descriptive video service

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Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra (#170)

4603 Clarendon Road, Suite 036 Indianapolis, IN 46208 (317) 940-9607 icomusic.org Valid for 2-for-1 admission during October 2013, for advance ticket purchases by phone. MemberCard must be shown at pick-up at Will Call. For more information and performance schedule, call or visit icomusic.org. Ryder Film Series (#394)

504 W 4th St. Bloomington, IN (812) 339-2002 theryder.com

Valid for 2-for-1 admission during October 2013. Call or visit theryder.com for dates, times, and availability. Melchior Marionettes Theatre (#245)

West Side of S Van Buren St. Nashville, IN (800) 849-4853 melchiormarionettes.com

Valid for 2-for-1 admission during October 2013. Open on Saturdays for show times at 1 and 3pm. Call or visit melchiormarionettes.com for more information. New Dining Benefits: Datsa Pizza (#57)

907 N Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN (317) 423-3940 Valid for 2-for-1 6-inch sandwich. May not be combined with any other offer. Iozzo’s Garden of Italy (#24)

946 S Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN (317) 974-1100 Valid for 2-for-1 lunch menu item with reservations; 18% gratuity will be added prior to discount. La Guadalupana (#20)

2801 Klondike Rd. West Lafayette, IN (765) 464-8215 Valid for 2-for-1 entrée.

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Weekday Schedule 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 11:00 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30

Starting Monday, October 7

Body Electric 6:00 Body Electric Curious George 6:30 Curious George Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 7:00 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Super Why! 7:30 Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train 8:00 Dinosaur Train (except 10/7) Barney & Friends 8:30 Super Why Martha Speaks 9:00 Sid the Science Kid Sid the Science Kid 9:30 Thomas and Friends Sesame Street 10:00 Sesame Street Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 11:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Wild Kratts 3:00 Word Girl Word Girl 3:30 Martha Speaks Arthur 4:00 Arthur Electric Company/Friday Zone 4:30 Wild Kratts/Friday Zone Monday

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

11:30 Knitting Daily

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting

It’s Sew Easy

Quilting Arts

Sewing with Nancy

12:00 Lidia’s Italy in America

Julia Child

America’s Test Kitchen

Martha Bakes

A Chef’s Life

12:30 Victory Garden

Rough Cut This Old House Woodworking with Tommy Mac Beg 10/8 Woodsmith Shop

Ask This Old House

Hometime

1:00 Nature

Antiques Roadshow

10/2 World NOVA Peace and Other 4th Grade 9/5 America’s Achievements Wildest Refuge 10/9 Land of Kokeshi, Rebounding 10/16 Three Big Ideas 10/23 Shadows of Innocence 10/30 Green Fire

10/4 As Long As I Remember: American Veteranos 10/11 Mariachi High 10/19 Vamos Al Baile 10/26 Wisconsin Supper Clubs

2:00 Body Electric

Body Electric

Body Electric

Body Electric

Body Electric

Best of the Joy of Painting

For Your Home Gary Spetz’s Watercolor Beg 10/17 Travel with Roger and Sarah Bansemer

Charlie Rose

Charlie Rose

2:30 Scrapbook Soup Beads, Baubles & Jewels

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

Charlie Rose

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

Just Seen It

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 Elton John in Concert Saturday, October 5 at 9pm Legendary artist Elton John returns to the stage in this special concert shot in London on September 11th by the BBC. With a hit list spanning five decades, John performs his greatest hits, including “Your Song,” “Candle in the Wind,” “Rocket Man” and more, as well as songs from his new album, Diving Board. With lyrics by Elton’s long-time lyricist Bernie Taupin, it is his first solo studio album in seven years. A PBS-exclusive DVD of the program will be available to viewers who make a qualifying pledge of financial support.

MASTERPIECE CONTEMPORARY: The Paradise Sundays, October 6 – November 17 at 9pm This adaptation of Emile Zola’s beloved French novel is a rags-to-riches story of a young woman seduced by the dangerous charms of the modern world set against the Victorian splendor of a British department store.

FRONTLINE: League of Denial The NFL’s Concussion Crisis Tuesday, October 8 at 9pm The National Football League, a multibillion-dollar commercial juggernaut, presides over America’s indisputable national pastime. But the NFL is under assault as thousands of former players and a host of scientists claim the league has covered up how football inflicted long-term brain injuries on many players. In a special investigation, FRONTLINE joins prize-winning journalists Steve Fainaru and Mark Fainaru-Wada to reveal the hidden story of the NFL and brain injuries.

POV: 56 Up Monday, October 14 at 10pm

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Return to England for the eighth film in a series that’s followed the same group since age seven. It all began 49 years ago when UK-based Granada’s World in Action team interviewed a diverse group of seven-year-old children from all over England, asking them about their lives and their dreams for the future. Michael Apted, a researcher for the original film, has returned to interview the “children” every seven years since. In this latest chapter, more of the original group takes part than ever before.


NOVA: Making Stuff Faster, Wilder, Colder & Safer Wednesdays, October 16 – November 6 at 9pm Civilization is built on the human ability to invent — to create new materials and technologies from the raw materials of the earth. What will the stuff of the future be made of? New York Times technology correspondent and best-selling author David Pogue returns to guide viewers through a new generation of cutting-edge materials that is powering a next wave of scientific and technological innovation in a spectacular four-part NOVA series.

GREAT PERFORMANCES’ 40th Anniversary Celebration Friday, October 18 at 9pm In celebration of the series’ 40th anniversary on PBS, GREAT PERFORMANCES hosted an all-star homecoming at Lincoln Center. Through performance and remembrance, a stellar roster of alumni shared their stories of what GREAT PERFORMANCES and public television have meant to them. Appearances by Julie Andrews, Audra McDonald, Don Henley, Josh Groban, Itzhak Perlman, Peter Martins, Patti Austin & Take 6, Elina Garanca and Michael Bublé.

THE AFRICAN AMERICANS: MANY RIVERS TO CROSS Tuesdays, October 22 - November 26 at 8pm This six-hour series chronicles the full sweep of AfricanAmerican history, from the origins of slavery on the African continent through more than four centuries of remarkable historic events up to the present. Presented and written by Henry Louis Gates, Jr., the series draws on some of America’s top historians and heretofore untapped primary sources, guiding viewers on an engaging journey across two continents to shed new light on the experience of being African American.

WAR OF THE WORLDS: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE Tuesday, October 29 at 9pm On Sunday, October 30, 1938, the night before Halloween, millions of Americans gathered around their radios and heard a news bulletin about strange explosions on Mars, followed by other reports that led them to believe an alien invasion was in progress. Relive the thrill of Orson Welles’ infamous radio dramatization of H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds, 75 years after it set off one of the biggest mass hysteria events in U.S. history.

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

1 Tuesday 8:00 Latino Americans H

Pride and Prejudice. Witness the creation of the proud “Chicano” identity and growing Latino activism. DVS (r 10/2 1am; 10/3 4am; 10/4 2am; 10/6 1pm; 10/7 4am)

9:00 Latino Americans H

Peril and Promise. Examine growing Latino influence on American culture and the debate over undocumented immigrants. DVS (r 10/2 2am; 10/3 5am; 10/4 3am; 10/6 2pm; 10/7 5am)

(r 10/2 3am; 10/6 2am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 State of the University Address H

4 Friday

8:00 Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation H

Asia and Australia. Japanese cranes dance in the snow, pigeons fly through India and geese soar above the Himalayas. DVS (r 10/3 1am; 10/5 midnight; 10/7 1pm)

9:00 NOVA

Inside The Megastorm. Experts, scientists and survivors discuss of Hurricane Sandy and the future of storm protection. (r 10/3 2am; 10/3 1pm; 10/6 1am)

10:00 Quest for the Lost Maya

Archaeological evidence of a previously unknown Mayan society in the Yucatan Peninsula is explored. (r 10/3 3am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

3 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special (r 10/6 10:30am)

8:30 Chef’s Life H

Cracklin’ Kitchen. The restaurant’s “whole animal, no waste” program is christened by using every part of two pigs. (r 10/4 noon; 10/5 6pm)

9:00 Globe Trekker

Around The World Panamericana: Incas & Inquisitions. DVS (r 10/5 11am)

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5:30 Indiana Week In Review H 6:00 Chef’s Life

(r 10/5 1am; 10/6 5am)

8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week H

(r 10/5 1:30am; 10/6 5:30am)

9:00 Great Performances H

Cracklin’ Kitchen

6:30 Joy of Music H Music from Grace Cathedral, San Francisco.

7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show H 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 The Red Green Show 9:00 Elton John In Concert H

8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill H

2 Wednesday

Program from the IU Kelley School of Business.

People from Japan’s Tohoku region rebuild after the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accidents. (r 10/9 1pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

10:00 FRONTLINE H

4:30 Inside Indiana Business H

10:00 Land of Kokeshi, Rebounding H

The Hollow Crown: Henry IV, Part 2. Falstaff is sent to recruit soldiers. Rebel forces are overcome and Prince Hal becomes King Henry V. (r 10/5 2am)

Enjoy a performance by Elton John of his greatest hits and selections from his new album, Diving Board.

11:30 Journal H

5 Saturday 6:00 Bob the Builder DVS 6:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood DVS 7:00 Thomas & Friends DVS 7:30 Caillou H DVS 8:00 Clifford The Big Red Dog DVS 8:30 Wild Kratts 9:00 Cyberchase DVS 9:30 SciGirls 10:00 Friday Zone Bugging Out.

10:30 Expeditions with Patrick McMillan H 11:00 Globe Trekker DVS 12:00 Baking with Julia

(r 10/8 noon)

12:30 The Victory Garden

(r 10/7 12:30pm)

1:00 Woodsmith Shop H (r 10/8 12:30pm)

1:30 This Old House H (r 10/9 12:30pm)

2:00 Ask This Old House H (r 10/10 12:30pm)

2:30 Hometime H (r 10/11 12:30pm)

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

Elton John.

10:30 Pickin’ & Trimmin’ 11:00 Jubilee H

The Best of the 2011 International Newgrass Festival.

6 Sunday 6:00 Sesame Street DVS 7:00 Curious George DVS 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! DVS 8:00 Super Why! DVS 8:30 Dinosaur Train DVS 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood DVS 9:30 Sid The Science Kid DVS 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 The Weekly Special Repeat of 10/3.

11:00 Roadtrip Nation H 11:30 Growing A Greener World 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H 1:00 Latino Americans

Pride and Prejudice/Peril and Promise. Repeat of 10/1. DVS (r 10/7 4am)

H= Denotes a program new to WTIU.


3:00 Mariachi High; PBS Arts

A year in the life of the champion mariachi ensemble at Zapata High School in South Texas. DVS (r 10/11 1pm)

4:00 Vamos Al Baile (Let’s Go to the Dance) H

Little Joe y La Familia, Joel Guzman and other award-winning Mexican-American musicians perform. (r 10/18 1pm)

8 Tuesday 8:00 In Performance at the White House H

9:00 FRONTLINE H

5:00 Genealogy Roadshow

Detroit. (r 10/7 3am)

6:00 Antiques Roadshow

Musica Latina. Gloria Estefan and today’s most-celebrated Latino American performers appear at the White House. (r 10/9 1am; 10/10 4am; 10/14 5am)

Hartford, CT: Hour One. Discover a 1963 poster for a Joan Baez/Bob Dylan concert and 200-year-old Wedgwood pottery buttons.

7:00 Doc Martin H

League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis. An investigation into the NFL and brain injuries reveals the true health risks to football players. (r 10/9 2am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

Haemophobia. Gossip about Martin’s blood phobia seems to have spread around the village like wildfire.

9 Wednesday

8:00 Last Tango In Halifax H Caroline throws herself into her new relationship, upsetting her mother and her estranged husband. (r 10/6 midnight; 10/8 3am) The Paradise, Part One. A young woman gets a job as a shop girl and is seduced by the dangerous charms of the modern world. (r 10/7 1am; 10/8 4am) Newly-qualified midwife Jenny Lee arrives in the East End of London in 1957 to begin her career.

8:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage San Francisco. Great discoveries include a modest-looking Eskimo hunting helmet and a 1385 English silver spoon. (r 10/8 2am; 10/8 1pm; 10/13 6pm)

9:00 Genealogy RoadshowH

Brooklyn Castle. A look at how chess became a Brooklyn public school’s unlikely inspiration for academic success. (r 10/9 4am; 10/13 3am)

The Man Who Saved The World. Follow the drama surrounding the B59 Soviet submarine during a critical point in the Cold War. DVS (r 10/10 3am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

10 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special H

San Francisco. (r 10/8 am; 10/11 3am; 10/13 2am; 10/13 5pm)

10:00 POV H

Megastorm Aftermath. An investigation of Hurricane Sandy focuses on the critical questions raised by the historic storm. (r 10/10 2am; 10/10 1pm; 10/11 5am; 10/13 1am)

10:00 Secrets of the Dead

7 Monday

Flying High. A behind-the-scenes look at how Earthflight was made features drones and cameracarrying birds. DVS (r 10/10 1am; 10/10 5am; 10/11 4am; 10/12 midnight; 10/14 1pm)

9:00 NOVA H

11:00 Call The Midwife

This documentary explores why some companies survive an economic downturn, while others fail. (r 10/16 1pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

11 Friday 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill H

(r 10/12 1am; 10/13 5am)

8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week H

(r 10/12 1:30am; 10/13 5:30am)

9:00 Great Performances H

The Hollow Crown: Henry V. Henry V settles onto the throne. The French Ambassador brings a challenge from the French Dauphin. (r 10/12 2am)

8:00 Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation H

9:00 Masterpiece Classic H

10:00 Three Big Ideas: Principles for Post Recession Success H

(r 10/13 10:30am)

8:30 Chef’s Life H

11:30 Journal H

Tomatoes...You Say Heirloom, I Say Old Timey. Vivian prepares the “ultimate tomato sandwich” for a Southern Foodways Alliance luncheon. (r 10/11 noon; 10/12 6pm)

9:00 Globe Trekker H

Southern Mexico. DVS (r 10/12 11am)

11:30 Journal H

12 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 Friday Zone Artful Learning.

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

12:00 Baking with Julia

(r 10/15 noon)

12:30 The Victory Garden

(r 10/14 12:30pm)

1:00 Woodsmith Shop H (r 10/15 12:30pm)

1:30 This Old House H (r 10/16 12:30pm)

2:00 Ask This Old House H (r 10/17 12:30pm)

2:30 Hometime H (r 10/18 12:30pm)

3:00 The Woodwright’s Shop H DVS

= WTIU / Indiana University-related programs

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3:30 McLaughlin Group H 4:00 To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe H 4:30 Inside Indiana Business H Program from the IU Kelley School of Business.

5:30 Indiana Week In Review H 6:00 Chef’s Life

Tomatoes...You Say Heirloom, I Say Old Timey. Repeat of 10/10.

6:30 Joy of Music H

7:00 Doc Martin H

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

DVS

9:30 SciGirls 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 The Weekly Special

This thrilling, action-packed documentary details the story of the 33rd America’s Cup yacht race.

2:00 Great Performances at the Met H

Aida. Radames, a military commander in Egypt, falls in love with Aida, a captured Ethiopian princess.

5:00 Genealogy Roadshow

San Francisco. Repeat of 10/7.

6:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage San Francisco. Repeat of 10/7.

The Paradise, Part Two. Uncover employee secrets after a baby is found in the store and emotions run high. (r 10/14 2am; 10/15 3am)

10:00 Masterpiece Classic

Downton Abbey, Series II Part One. Two years into World War I, Downton Abbey is in turmoil, as Matthew and other young men go to war. (r 10/14 3am; 10/15 4am)

14 Monday 8:00 Antiques Roadshow

Hartford, CT Hour Three. Showcases a 19th-century Duncan Phyfe dressing table and a watercolor signed by Katharine Hepburn. (r 10/15 1pm; 10/16 5am; 10/20 6pm)

9:00 Genealogy Roadshow H

Austin. (r 10/15 1am; 10/16 4am; 10/20 5pm; 10/21 5am)

10:00 POV H

Repeat of 10/10.

11:00 Roadtrip Nation H 11:30 Growing A Greener World 12:00 New Car Preview 2014H 1:00 Wind Gods

Celia and Alan’s relationship falters over Celia’s behavior and the wedding is called off. (r 10/14 1am; 10/15 2am)

9:00 Masterpiece Classic H

Phoenix.

10:00 Song of the Mountains H 11:00 Live from the Artists Den H Adele.

16 Wednesday 8:00 Nature H

8:00 Last Tango In Halifax H

Musical Journey on the Baltic Sea III.

7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show H 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 The Red Green Show 9:00 Austin City Limits H

Old Dogs. Dr. Martin Ellingham is still as clumsy as ever when it comes to forming relationships with women.

56 Up. British people who are interviewed every seven years since 1964 discuss settling into middle age. (r 10/18 3:30am)

15 Tuesday 8:00 Superheroes: A NeverEnding Battle H

Explore the dawn of the comic book genre and trace the evolution of the characters and their ongoing cultural impact worldwide. (r 10/16 1am; 10/20 2am; 10/20 1pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

Saving Otter 501. The Monterey Bay Aquarium’s 501st attempt to save a stranded orphan otter is detailed. (r 10/17 1am; 10/17 5am; 10/19 midnight; 10/21 1pm)

9:00 NOVA H

Making Stuff Faster. David Pogue explores the cuttingedge science powering the next wave of technological innovation. (r 10/17 2am; 10/17 1pm; 10/20 1am)

10:00 Raw to Ready H

Komat’su. (r 10/17 3am; 10/19 4am; 10/20 4pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

17 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special H (r 10/20 10:30am)

8:30 Chef’s Life H

The World Is Your Oyster. Vivian goes to Cedar Island to explore the new culture of farm-raised oysters in the Southeast. (r 10/18 noon; 10/19 6pm)

9:00 Globe Trekker H

Buenos Aires City Guide. DVS (r 10/19 11am)

10:00 Shadows of Innocence: Sexual Assault Among Indiana’s Youth A look at the high rate of sexual assault in Indiana, as well as states with fewer sexual assaults. (r 10/23 1pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

18 Friday 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill H

(r 10/19 1am; 10/20 5am)

8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week H

(r 10/19 1:30am; 10/20 5:30am)

9:00 Great Performances H Great Performances’ 40th Anniversary Celebration. An all-star homecoming features Julie Andrews, Audra McDonald, David Hyde Pierce and other guests. (r 10/19 2am; 10/21 3am)

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10:30 Atchafalaya Houseboa

Follows a couple who left civilization to live in the nation’s largest river swamp in Louisiana. (r 10/19 3:30am; 10/21 4:30am; 10/23 5:30am)

11:00 Moyers & Company

19 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 Friday Zone It’s Alive.

10:30 Expeditions with Patrick McMillan H 11:00 Globe Trekker DVS 12:00 Baking with Julia

(r 10/22 noon)

12:30 The Victory Garden

DVS

9:30 SciGirls 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 The Weekly Special

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11:00 Call The Midwife

Jenny is placed on the district nursing roster and forms a friendship with a gentle old soldier.

21 Monday 8:00 Antiques Roadshow

Truth, Justice, and the American Way (1938-1958). Repeat of 10/15.

Restaurants and stands that serve unique, locally famous sandwiches help preserve America’s charm.

10:00 Independent Lens H

Shows why supper clubs are such a big part of Wisconsin’s food culture. (r 10/25 1pm)

11:30 Journal H

2:00 Sandwiches That You Will Like

3:00 Wisconsin Supper Clubs: An Old Fashioned Experience

4:00 Raw to Ready

Komat’su. Repeat of 10/16.

6:00 Antiques Roadshow

8:00 Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace

One of the most unique places in the world, Hampton Court is the ultimate Royal pleasure palace. (r 10/20 midnight; 10/22 3am; 10/26 4am)

The Waiting Room/Let Me Down Easy. Highland Hospital in Oakland battles its way through seismic shifts in America’s healthcare system. (r 10/23 4am; 10/27 3am)

8:00 African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross H

Hartford, CT Hour Three. Repeat of 10/14. In Loco. Louisa seeks a promotion at the Portwenn School. Bert Large is testing out his culinary skills.

Miami Beach, FL Hour Two. Vintage diamond rings and a necklace and Newcomb College pottery from 1908 are appraised. (r 10/22 1am)

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7:00 Doc Martin H

Miami Beach, FL Hour One. Highlights include a movie poster for The Wild One and a very valuable mobile by Alexander Calder. (r 10/22 2am; 10/22 1pm; 10/27 6pm)

9:00 Antiques Roadshow

5:00 Genealogy Roadshow

Austin. Repeat of 10/14. (r 10/21 5am)

Musical Journey of Germany: Speyer-Heidelberg.

7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show H 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 The Red Green Show

Downton Abbey, Series II Part Two. Downton becomes a convalescent home with Thomas in charge. Lavinia and Richard’s secret comes out. (r 10/21 2am; 10/22 5am)

(r 10/25 12:30pm)

6:30 Joy of Music H

2:30 Hometime H

The World Is Your Oyster. Repeat of 10/17.

The Paradise, Part Three. Learn the causes of Denise and Clara’s intensified rivalry and Katherine’s conflicted feelings. (r 10/21 1am; 10/22 4am)

10:00 Masterpiece Classic

Repeat of 10/17.

(r 10/24 12:30pm)

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

11:00 Roadtrip Nation H 11:30 Growing A Greener World 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H 1:00 Superheroes: A NeverEnding Battle

(r 10/22 12:30pm)

5:30 Indiana Week In Review H 6:00 Chef’s Life

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

1:30 This Old House H

Program from the IU Kelley School of Business.

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1:00 Woodsmith Shop H (r 10/23 12:30pm)

The Lumineers/Shovels & Rope.

10:00 Song of the Mountains H 11:00 Live from the Artists Den H The Fray.

DVS (r 10/21 12:30pm)

2:00 Ask This Old House H

9:00 Masterpiece Classic H

9:00 Austin City Limits H

The Black Atlantic (1500-1800). The earliest Africans, both slave and free, who arrived on American shores are explored. DVS (r 10/23 1am; 10/24 4am; 10/27 5pm; 10/28 3am)

9:00 Held Hostage H

The real and terrifying story of British hostages trapped by Al Qaeda in an Algerian gas plant (r 10/23 2am; 10/24 5am)

10:00 FRONTLINE H

(r 10/23 3am; 10/27 2am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

H= Denotes a program new to WTIU.


23 Wednesday 8:00 Nature

Animal Odd Couples. Unlikely crossspecies relationships, such as a chimp bottlefeeding a tiger cub, are examined. DVS (r 10/24 1am; 10/25 3am; 10/26 midnight; 10/28 1pm)

9:00 NOVA H

Making Stuff Wilder. Explore bold innovations inspired by the Earth’s greatest inventor, life itself. (r 10/24 2am; 10/24 1pm; 10/25 4am; 10/27 1am)

10:00 Raw to Ready H

Bentley. (r 10/24 3am; 10/25 5am; 10/27 4pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

24 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special (r 10/27 10:30am)

8:30 Chef’s Life H

Muscadine Time. Vivian picks muscadine grapes at a small local vineyard and makes a pizza with mulled muscadines. (r 10/25 noon; 10/26 6pm)

9:00 Globe Trekker

Around The World Pacific Journeys: Santiago to Pitcairn. DVS (r 10/26 11am)

10:00 Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time H

10:00 Craft In America H Forge. Exceptional artists who work with the forging of metal magically transformed by fire are showcased. (r 10/26 3am; 10/28 5am)

11:00 Moyers & Company

6:00 Barney & Friends DVS 6:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps H 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 Friday Zone Halloween Spooks.

10:30 Expeditions with Patrick McMillan H 11:00 Globe Trekker DVS 12:00 Baking with Julia

(r 10/29 noon)

DVS (r 10/28 12:30pm)

(r 10/26 1am; 10/27 5am)

DVS

9:30 SciGirls 10:00 Biz Kid$ 10:30 The Weekly Special Repeat of 10/24.

11:00 Roadtrip Nation H 11:30 Growing A Greener World 12:00 MotorWeek H 12:30 Aviators H 1:00 Superheroes: A NeverEnding Battle H

(r 10/29 12:30pm)

(r 10/31 12:30pm)

9:00 Raisin in the Sun Revisited: The Raisin Cycle at Center Stage H

(r 11/1 12:30pm)

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

4:00 Raw to Ready

5:00 African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross

The Black Atlantic (1500-1800). Repeat of 10/22. DVS (r 10/28 3am)

6:00 Antiques Roadshow

Miami Beach, FL: Hour One. Repeat of 10/21.

7:00 Doc Martin H

6:30 Joy of Music H

Musical Visit to Carcassone.

Vampire Weekend/Grizzly Bear.

Women who have lived at least half a century prepare recipes that remind them of their family.

Bentley, Repeat of 10/23.

Muscadine Time. Repeat of 10/24.

7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show H 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 8:30 The Red Green Show 9:00 Austin City Limits H

A quirky Tlingit businessman decides to spend a summer smoking fish at his family’s camp in Alaska. DVS (r 11/1 1pm)

3:00 Kitchen Conversations H

(r 10/30 12:30pm)

2:00 Ask This Old House H 2:30 Hometime H

Great Power, Great Responsibility (1959-1977). Repeat of 10/15.

2:00 Smokin’ Fish

1:30 This Old House H

5:30 Indiana Week In Review H 6:00 Chef’s Life

(r 10/26 1:30am; 10/27 5:30am)

The 1959 play A Raisin in the Sun is explored and the prequel Clybourne Park is highlighted. (r 10/26 2am; 10/28 4am)

1:00 Woodsmith Shop H

Program from the IU Kelley School of Business.

25 Friday 8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week H

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

12:30 The Victory Garden

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

27 Sunday

26 Saturday

The life of the famed father of conservationism Aldo Leopold and his land ethic idea are explored. (r 10/30 1pm)

8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill H

10:00 Song of the Mountains H 11:00 Live from the Artists Den H Death Cab for Cutie.

Blood Is Thicker. Bert Large has been hiding a secret from his son Al that threatens to jeopardize their relationship.

8:00 Secrets of the Tower of London H

Go behind the ancient walls of this nearly 1,000-year-old formidable fortress in the city of London. (r 10/27 midnight; 10/29 3am)

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9:00 Masterpiece Classic H

W IU Highlights wfiu.org

The Paradise, Part Four. Find out why Katherine meddles with Moray’s efforts to buy the other shops on the street. (r 10/28 1am; 10/29 4am)

10:00 Masterpiece Classic

WFIU Fund Drive 2013

WFIU’s annual Fund Drive runs from October 25th to November 5th, and we have an array of special Fund Drive programming in store. Here are some highlights.

11:00 Call The Midwife

On the October 25th edition of Afterglow, WFIU Jazz Director David Brent Johnson presents “Bennett, Brubeck and You.” He’ll play selections from a featured Fund Drive CD: a 1962 Washington D.C. concert featuring Tony Bennett and Dave Brubeck.

Downton Abbey, Series II Part Three. Isobel and Cora lock horns over control of Downton’s medical role. Mrs. Bird starts a soup kitchen. (r 10/28 2am; 10/29 5am) A baby girl, recently delivered by Jenny, is snatched from her baby carriage, causing great anguish.

28 Monday 8:00 Antiques Roadshow

Tony Bennett and Dave Brubeck

On Saturday the 26th at 1 p.m., WFIU debuts a special Fund Drive documentary profiling one of the 20th-century’s greatest operatic voices. Tito Gobbi, Master Singer – A Centenary Celebration features interviews with acclaimed singers, conductors, opera managers, and others along with archival recordings of Gobbi himself singing excerpts from operas by Mozart, Verdi, Puccini, and Berg.

Miami Beach, FL Hour Three. Great finds include a Qing Dynasty vase and an oil painting by Victorian artist John George Brown. (r 10/29 2am; 10/29 1pm; 11/3 6pm)

9:00 Antiques Roadshow

Dallas, TX Hour Two. An 18thcentury miniature desk has drawers stuffed with 300 years of family documents and history. (r 10/29 1am; 10/30 5am)

10:00 Independent Lens H

Tito Gobbi

For the Sunday, October 27 installment of Harmonia, host Angela Mariani presents “Early Music for All Seasons.” This fundraising edition will explore units of time, and ask you to take some time to support WFIU. th

On Monday the 28 at 10 p.m., tune in for a program of music from Indiana organists, in support of the home for organ music on the radio, Pipedreams. th

For the Fund Drive edition of Ether Game, what could be more appropriate than a show titled “Dollars and Sense”? Money can’t buy us love, but it can buy us some more Ether Game as we raise support for WFIU’s game show of musical fun and frustration. That’s Tuesday the 29th at 8 p.m.

The Graduates. An intimate look at how students and teachers are faring in a stressed public education system. (r 10/30 4am)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

29 Tuesday 8:00 African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross H

The Age of Slavery (1800-1860). A look at how black lives changed dramatically in the aftermath of the American Revolution. DVS (r 10/30 1am; 10/31 4am; 11/3 5pm)

9:00 War of the Worlds: American Experience H

Orson Welles’ 1938 War of the Worlds radio broadcast and the mass hysteria it caused are explored. DVS (r 10/30 2am; 10/31 5am; 11/3 2pm)

10:00 FRONTLINE H

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H= Denotes a program new to WTIU.

(r 10/30 3am)


11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

WTIU and the Indiana University Alumni Association present

30 Wednesday 8:00 Nature

Wolverine: Chasing The Phantom. Explore the secretive world of an efficient and resourceful carnivore as it roams the frozen north. DVS (r 10/31 1am; 11/1 3am; 11/4 1pm)

9:00 NOVA H

OXFORD • ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE Inspired By

DOWNTON Abbey August 30 to September 7, 2014

Making Stuff Colder. See if cold holds the key to a new generation of science and technology that will improve our lives. (r 10/31 2am; 10/31 1pm; 11/1 4am)

David Pogue.

10:00 Raw to Ready H

Mack Truck. (r 10/31 3am; 11/1 5am; 11/3 4pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

Hurry! Early bird pricing

Approximately $3,495 per person, double occupancy (land pricing only)

31 Thursday 8:00 The Weekly Special H (r 11/3 10:30am)

8:30 Chef’s Life H

A Road Trip for Rice. Vivian travels to Columbia, South Carolina and learns about Carolina heirloom rice growing. (r 11/1 noon; 11/2 6pm)

9:00 Globe Trekker

Around The World Pacific Journeys: Tonga to New Caledonia. DVS (r 11/2 11am)

10:00 Seeking The Greatest Good H

American forester and politician Gifford Pinchot’s “practical conservation” philosophy is explored. (r 11/6 1pm)

11:00 Tavis Smiley H 11:30 Journal H

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A to Z

African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross The Black Atlantic (1500-1800) 10/22 8pm; 10/23 1am; 10/24 4am; 10/27 5pm; 10/28 3am The Age of Slavery (1800-1860) 10/29 8pm; 10/30 1am; 10/31 4am America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Wed Noon Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps Saturday 6:30am (except 10/5) Antiques Roadshow Vintage San Francisco 10/7 8pm; 10/8 2am, 1pm; 10/13 6pm Hartford - Hour Three 10/14 8pm; 10/15 1pm; 10/16 5am; 10/20 6pm Miami Beach - Hour One 10/21 8pm; 10/22 2am, 1pm; 10/27 6pm Miami Beach - Hour Two 10/21 9pm; 10/22 1am Miami Beach - Hour Three 10/28 8pm; 10/29 2am, 1pm Dallas - Hour Two 10/28 9pm; 10/29 1am; 10/30 5am; 10/1 1pm; 10/6 6pm Arthur Weekdays 4pm As Long As I Remember: American Veteranos 10/4 1pm Ask This Old House Thu 12:30pm; Sat 2pm Atchafalaya Houseboat 10/18 10:30pm; 10/19 3:30am; 10/21 4:30am; 10/23 5:30am Austin City Limits 10/12 9pm; 10/19 9pm; 10/26 9pm Aviators 10/6 12:30pm; 10/20 12:30pm; 10/27 12:30pm Baking with Julia Tue & Sat noon Barney & Friends 10/1-10/4 8:30am; Sat 6am (except 10/5) Beads, Baubles and Jewels Tue 2:30pm

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Best of the Joy of Painting 10/2 2:30pm; 10/9 2:30pm; 10/16 2:30pm Biz Kid$ Sun 10am The Bletchley Circle 10/1 4:30am Bob The Builder 10/5 6am; Sun 7am (except 10/6) Body Electric Weekdays 6am, 2pm Caillou 10/5 7:30am; Sun 7:30am (except 10/6) Call The Midwife 10/4 4am; 10/6 11pm; 10/11 2am; 10/14 midnight; 10/18 2am; 10/20 11pm; 10/25 2am; 10/27 11pm Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Weekdays 7am; 10/6 7:30am; Sat 7:30am (except 10/5) Charlie Rose Tue-Sat midnight; Mon-Thu 5pm Charlie Rose: The Week Sat 1:30am; Sun 5:30am; Fri 8:30pm Chef ’s Life Thu 10/3 8:30pm; Fri noon; Sat 6pm Clifford The Big Red Dog 10/5 8am; Sun 8am (except 10/6) Craft In America: Forge 10/25 10pm; 10/26 3am; 10/28 5am Curious George Weekdays 6:30am; 10/6 7am; Sat 7am (except 10/5) Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest 10/28 6:30am; 10/31 6:30am Cyberchase 10/5 9am; Sun 8:30am (except 10/6) Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Weekdays 11am; 10/6 9am; Sat 9am Dinosaur Train Weekdays 8am; 10/6 8:30am; Sat 8:30am (except 10/5) Doc Martin Sat 7pm Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation Asia and Australia 10/2 8pm; 10/3 1am; 10/6 midnight; 10/7 1pm

Flying High 10/9 8pm; 10/10 1am, 5am; 10/11 4am; 10/13 midnight; 10/14 1pm The Electric Company 10/1 4:30pm; 10/2 4:30pm; 10/3 4:30pm; 10/13 9am; 10/20 9am; 10/27 9am Elton John In Concert 10/5 9pm European Journal Mon 6pm Evolution of An Idea 10/2 12:30am Expeditions with Patrick McMillan Sat 10:30am Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Tue 11:30am For Your Home Fri 2:30pm Friday Zone Sat 10am; Fri 4:30pm FRONTLINE 10/1 10pm; 10/2 3am; 10/6 2am; 10/22 10pm; 10/23 3am; 10/27 2am; 10/29 10pm; 10/30 3am League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis 10/8 9pm; 10/9 2am Gary Spetz’s Watercolor Quest 10/3 2:30pm; 10/10 2:30pm Genealogy Roadshow Detroit 10/1 1am; 10/4 5am; 10/6 5pm; 10/7 3am San Francisco 10/7 9pm; 10/8 1am; 10/11 3am; 10/13 2am, 5pm Austin 10/14 9pm; 10/15 1am; 10/16 4am; 10/20 5pm; 10/21 5am Globe Trekker Thu 9pm; Sat 11am Great Performances The Hollow Crown: Henry IV, Part 2 10/4 9pm; 10/5 2am The Hollow Crown: Henry V 10/11 9pm; 10/12 2am Great Performances at the Met: Aida 10/13 2pm Great Performances’ 40th Anniversary Celebration 10/18 9pm; 10/19 2am; 10/21 3am

Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time 10/24 10pm; 10/30 1pm Growing A Greener World Sun 11:30am Growing Bolder Wed 6pm Held Hostage 10/22 9pm; 10/23 2am; 10/24 5am Hometime Fri 12:30pm; Sat 2:30pm In Performance at the White House: Musica Latina 10/8 8pm; 10/9 1am; 10/10 4am; 10/14 5am Independent Lens 10/2 4am; 10/6 3am The Waiting Room/Let Me Down Easy 10/21 10pm; 10/23 4am; 10/27 3am The Graduates 10/28 10pm; 10/30 4am Indiana Newsdesk Fri 6pm Indiana Week In Review Sat 5:30pm Inside Indiana Business Sat 4:30pm It’s Sew Easy Wed 11:30am Journal Mon-Thu 11:30pm Joy of Music Sun 6:30pm Jubilee 10/5 11pm Just Seen It Thu 6pm Keeping Up Appearances Sat 8pm Kitchen Conversations 10/27 3pm Knitting Daily Mon 11:30am Land of Kokeshi, Rebounding 10/3 10pm; 10/9 1pm Last Tango In Halifax 10/1 2am; 10/6 8pm; 10/7 midnight; 10/8 3am; 10/13 8pm; 10/14 1am; 10/15 2am Latino Americans 10/1 8pm; 10/2 1am; 10/3 4am; 10/4 2am; 10/6 1pm; 10/7 4am The Lawrence Welk Show Sat 7pm Lidia’s Italy In America 10/7 noon; 10/14 noon; 10/21 noon; 10/28 noon


Live from the Artists Den 10/12 11pm; 10/19 11pm; 10/26 11pm Mariachi High - PBS Arts 10/6 3pm; 10/11 1pm Martha Bakes 10/3 noon; 10/10 noon; 10/17 noon Martha Speaks Weekdays 10/1-10/4 9am; 10/7-10/31 3:30pm Martha Stewart’s Cooking School 10/24 noon; 10/31 noon Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey, Series II Part One 10/13 10pm; 10/14 3am; 10/15 4am Downton Abbey, Series II Part Two 10/20 10pm; 10/21 2am; 10/22 5am Downton Abbey, Series II Part Three 10/27 10pm; 10/28 2am; 10/29 5am The Paradise, Part One 10/6 9pm; 10/7 1am; 10/8 4am The Paradise, Part Two 10/13 9pm; 10/14 2am; 10/15 3am The Paradise, Part Three 10/20 9pm; 10/21 1am; 10/22 4am The Paradise, Part Four 10/27 9pm; 10/28 1am; 10/29 4am Masterpiece Mystery! 10/1 3am McLaughlin Group Sat 3:30pm MotorWeek 10/6 noon; 10/20 noon; 10/27 noon Moyers & Company Fri 5pm, 11pm (except 10/4, 10/11) Nature Saving Otter 501 10/16 8pm; 10/17 1am, 5am; 10/20 midnight; 10/21 1pm Animal Odd Couples 10/23 8pm; 10/24 1am; 10/25 3am; 10/27 midnight; 10/28 1pm Wolverine: Chasing The Phantom 10/30 8pm; 10/31 1am New Car Preview 2014 10/13 noon Nightly Business Report Weekdays 6:30pm

NOVA Inside The Megastorm 10/2 9pm; 10/3 2am, 1pm; 10/6 1am Megastorm Aftermath 10/9 9pm; 10/10 2am, 1pm; 10/11 5am; 10/13 1am Making Stuff Faster 10/16 9pm; 10/17 2am, 1pm; 10/20 1am Making Stuff Wilder 10/23 9pm; 10/24 2am, 1pm; 10/25 4am; 10/27 1am Making Stuff Colder 10/30 9pm; 10/31 2am, 1pm Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer 10/17 2:30pm; 10/24 2:30pm; 10/31 2:30pm PBS NewsHour Weekdays 7pm Peg + Cat Sat 8am (except 10/5); Weekdays 7:30am starting 10/7. Pickin’ & Trimmin’ 10/5 10:30pm Pioneers of Television 10/17 4am POV Brooklyn Castle 10/7 10pm; 10/9 4am; 10/13 3am 56 Up 10/14 10pm; 10/18 3:30am Quest for the Lost Maya 10/2 10pm; 10/3 3am Quilting Arts Thu 11:30am Raisin in the Sun Revisited: The Raisin Cycle at Center Stage 10/25 9pm; 10/26 2am; 10/28 4am Raw to Ready Wed 10pm; Thu 3am; Sat 4am; Sun 4pm beginning 10/16 The Red Green Show Sat 8:30pm Religion & Ethics Newsweekly Tue 6pm Ribbon of Sand 10/2 5:30am; 10/6 4:30am; 10/9 5:30am; 10/13 4:30am Roadtrip Nation 10/6 11am; 10/13 11am; 10/20 11am; 10/27 11am

Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac 10/1 12:30pm Sandwiches That You Will Like 10/20 2pm SciGirls 10/5 9:30am; 10/13 9:30am; 10/20 9:30am; 10/27 9:30am Scrapbook Soup Mon 2:30pm Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace 10/20 8pm; 10/21 midnight; 10/22 3am; 10/26 4am Secrets of the Dead The Man Who Saved The World 10/9 10pm; 10/10 3am Secrets of the Tower of London 10/27 8pm; 10/28 midnight; 10/29 3am Seeking The Greatest Good 10/31 10pm Sesame Street Sun 6am (except 10/27); Weekdays 10am Sewing with Nancy Fri 11:30am Shadows of Innocence: Sexual Assault Among Indiana’s Youth 10/17 10pm; 10/23 1pm Sid The Science Kid 10/1-10/4 9:30am; 10/6 9:30am; Weekdays 10/7-10/31 9am Sky Island 10/1 5:30am; 10/5 4:30am; 10/12 4:30am; 10/18 3am; 10/27 4:30am Smokin’ Fish 10/27 2pm Song of the Mountains 10/12 10pm; 10/19 10pm; 10/26 10pm State of the University Address 2013-2014 10/1 11:30pm Super Why! 10/1-10/4 7:30am; 10/6 8am; Weekdays 8:30am 10/7-10/31; Sat 9:30am (except 10/5)

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

Superheroes: A NeverEnding Battle 10/15 8pm; 10/16 1am; 10/20 2am, 1pm; 10/27 1pm Tavis Smiley Tue-Thu 11pm; 10/28 11pm; This Old House Wed 12:30pm; Sat 1:30pm The This Old House Hour Fri 1am; Sat 5am Thomas & Friends 10/5 7am; Weekdays 9:30am Three Big Ideas: Principles for PostRecession Success 10/10 10pm; 10/16 1pm To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe Saturday 4pm Vamos Al Baile (Let’s Go to the Dance) 10/6 4pm; 10/18 1pm The Victory Garden Mon & Sat 12:30pm War of the Worlds: American Experience 10/29 9pm; 10/30 2am; 10/31 5am Washington Week with Gwen Ifill Sat 1am; Sun 5am; Fri 8pm We’re Different, My Baby 10/15 12:30am The Weekly Special Thu 8pm; Sun 10:30am Wild Kratts 10/1-10/4 3pm; 10/5 8:30am; Mon-Thu 4:30pm Wind Gods 10/13 1pm Wisconsin Supper Clubs: An Old Fashioned Experience 10/20 3pm; 10/25 1pm Woodsmith Shop Sat 1pm; Tue 12:30pm (except 10/1) The Woodwright’s Shop Sat 3pm WordGirl 10/1-10/4 3:30pm; Weekdays 3pm World Peace and Other 4th Grade Achievements 10/2 1pm

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7 Monday 6:00 28th Annual Imagen Awards 7:00 Latino Americans War and Peace/The New Latinos 9:00 28th Annual Imagen Awards

TIU World (Ch. 30.2) Evening Programming 10:00 PBS NewsHour 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Nightly Business Report 1 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts Chief Justice Randall Shepard 7:00 State of the University Address 2013-2014 8:00 America Reframed The New Public 2 Wednesday 6:00 FRONTLINE 7:00 Take 2 7:30 Independent Lens Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey 9:00 FRONTLINE 3 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 Indiana Expeditions 7:00 NOVA Inside The Megastorm 8:00 Skeletons of the Sahara 9:00 Life On Fire Icelandic Volcanoes 4 Friday 6:00 Cuba Mia: Portrait of An All-Woman Orchestra 7:00 Visa Dream 7:30 American Masters Cachao: Uno Mas 9:00 Cuba Mia: Portrait of An All-Woman Orchestra 5 Saturday 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Indiana Newsdesk 7:00 Moyers & Company 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 America Reframed The New Public 6 Sunday 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 The Weekly Special 7:00 Voces On PBS Lemon 8:00 Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation Asia and Australia 9:00 Journey of the Broad- Winged Hawk 10:00 Global Voices The Lost Dream 11:00 2501 Migrants: A Journey

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8 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts Yao & Lin vs. State of Indiana 7:00 Global Voices The Lost Dream 8:00 America Reframed Code of the West 9:30 Death of the Old West

15 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts Lyles vs. State of Indiana 7:00 Global Voices Garbage Dreams 8:00 America Reframed Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea 9:30 Knee Deep 16 Wednesday 6:00 Visa Dream 6:30 POV 56 Up 9:00 FRONTLINE Never Forget to Lie

9 Wednesday 6:00 FRONTLINE Outlawed In Pakistan 7:00 Images of Tony Gleaton 7:30 POV Brooklyn Castle 9:00 FRONTLINE Outlawed In Pakistan 10 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 Indiana Expeditions 7:00 NOVA Megastorm Aftermath 8:00 Secrets of the Dead The Man Who Saved The World 9:00 Life On Fire Volcano Doctors 11 Friday 6:00 FRONTLINE Football High 7:00 FRONTLINE League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis 9:00 FRONTLINE Football High 12 Saturday 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Indiana Newsdesk 7:00 Moyers & Company 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 America Reframed Code of the West 13 Sunday 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 The Weekly Special 7:00 Cruz Reynoso: Sowing The Seeds of Justice 8:00 Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation Flying High 9:00 Crane Song 10:00 Global Voices Garbage Dreams 11:00 Global Voices Sentenced Home 14 Monday 6:00 Immigrant Nation! The Battle for the Dream

7:00 Latino Americans Pride and Prejudice/Peril and Promise 9:00 Immigrant Nation! The Battle for the Dream

17 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 Indiana Expeditions 7:00 NOVA Ground Zero Supertower 8:00 Raw to Ready Komat’su 9:00 Life On Fire The Surprise Salmon 18 Friday 6:00 Independent Lens Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines 7:00 Superheroes: A Never- Ending Battle Truth, Justice, and the American Way (1938- 1958) 8:00 Superheroes: A Never- Ending Battle Great Power, Great Responsibility (1959- 1977) 9:00 Independent Lens Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines 19 Saturday 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Indiana Newsdesk 7:00 Moyers & Company 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 America Reframed Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea 20 Sunday 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 The Weekly Special 7:00 Immigrant Nation! The Battle for the Dream 8:00 Nature Saving Otter 501

9:00 Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions 10:00 Global Voices When Hari Got Married 11:00 Global Voices China Blue 21 Monday 6:00 Local USA Through The Past 6:30 Summer Hill 7:00 Amish: American Experience 9:00 Local USA Through The Past 9:30 Summer Hill 22 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts Indiana Kentucky Electric vs. Save The Valley 7:00 Global Voices When Hari Got Married 8:00 America Reframed America Dreams Deferred 23 Wednesday 6:00 FRONTLINE 7:00 Living Courageously: The Spirit of Women 7:30 Independent Lens The Waiting Room/Let Me Down Easy 9:00 FRONTLINE 24 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 Indiana Expeditions 7:00 NOVA Making Stuff Wilder. 8:00 Raw to Ready Bentley 9:00 Life On Fire Phoenix Temple 25 Friday 6:00 Independent Lens Wham! Bam! Islam! 7:00 Superheroes: A Never- Ending Battle A Hero Can Be Anyone (1978-Present) 8:00 Pioneers of Television Superheroes 9:00 Independent Lens Wham! Bam! Islam! 26 Saturday 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Indiana Newsdesk 7:00 Moyers & Company 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 America Reframed America Dreams Deferred 27 Sunday 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 The Weekly Special 7:00 Local USA Through The Past

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


7:30 Summer Hill 8:00 Nature Animal Odd Couples 9:00 African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross The Black Atlantic (1500- 1800) 10:00 Global Voices Unmistaken Child

2:00 Super Why 2:30 Dinosaur Train 3:00 Peg + Cat 3:30 Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! except 10/7 4:00 Curious George 4:30 Arthur except 10/28 5:00 WordGirl 5:30 Wild Kratts

28 Monday 6:00 Local USA Sense of Place 6:30 Local USA Sense of Place 7:00 Homeland: Immigration to America Jobs 8:00 Homeland: Immigration to America Enforcement 9:00 Local USA Sense of Place 9:30 Local USA Sense of Place

Mondays and Fridays 6:00 This Old House 6:30 Martha Bakes Cooking with Nick Stellino begins 10/7 7:00 Simply Ming 7:30 Jacques Pépin – More Fast Food My Way French Chef Classic begins 10/7 Julia and Jaques Cooking at Home begins 10/28 8:00 Lidia’s Italy in America 8:30 Cook’s Country 9:00 Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence 9:30 Martha Bakes Cooking with Nick Stellino begins 10/7 10:00 This Old House 10:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 11:00 Travelscope 11:30 Lidia’s Italy in America

29 Tuesday 6:00 Indiana Courts Wells vs. State 7:00 Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time 8:00 America Reframed 9:30 Dreamers Theater 30 Wednesday 6:00 FRONTLINE 7:00 Room to Breathe 8:00 Independent Lens The Graduates 9:00 FRONTLINE 31 Thursday 6:00 The Weekly Special 6:30 Indiana Expeditions 7:00 NOVA Making Stuff Colder 8:00 Raw to Ready Mack Truck 9:00 Life On Fire Ash Runners

TIU Family (Ch. 30.3) Monday–Friday Noon WordWorld Sid the Science Kid begins 10/7 12:30 Barney & Friends Thomas and Friends begins 10/7 1:00 Caillou Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood begins 10/7 1:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Caillou begins 10/7

Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:00 Hometime 6:30 Martha Bakes Cooking with Nick Stellino begins 10/8 7:00 Sara’s Weeknight Meals 7:30 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef 8:00 Essential Pépin 8:30 America’s Test Kitchen 9:00 Chef John Besh’s New Orleans Martha Stewart’s Cooking School begins 10/17 9:30 Martha Bakes Cooking with Nick Stellino begins 10/8 10:00 Hometime 10:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 11:00 Burt Wolf: Travels & Tradition 11:30 Essential Pépin Wednesdays and Sundays 6:00 Ask This Old House 6:30 Martha Bakes Cooking with Nick Stellino begins 10/6 7:00 Mexico: One Plate at a Time 7:30 Baking With Julia 8:00 Sun Esential Pépin Wed Lidia’s Italy in America 8:30 Sun America’s Test Kitchen Wed Cook’s Country 9:00 Sun Chef John Besh’s New Orleans Martha Stewart’s Cooking School begins 10/20 Wed Joanne Weir’s Cooking with Confidence

9:30 Martha Bakes Cooking with Nick Stellino begins 10/6 10:00 Ask This Old House 10:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 11:00 Rudy Maxa’s World 11:30 Sun Esential Pépin Wed Lidia’s Italy in America 5 Saturday 6:00 Mexico – One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless 6:30 In The Americas with David Yetman 7:00 Travelscope 7:30 Pati’s Mexican Table 8:00 Smart Travels - Pacific Rim with Rudy Maxa 8:30 Christina Cooks 9:00 Seasoned Traveler 9:30 Mexico – One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless 10:00 Smart Travels - Pacific Rim with Rudy Maxa 10:30 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef 11:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 11:30 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef 12 Saturday 6:00 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions 6:30 Ciao Italia 7:00 Travel with Kids 201 7:30 Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence 8:00 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions 8:30 Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends 9:00 Travelscope 9:30 Jazzy Vegetarian 10:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 10:30 Color World with Gary Spetz 11:00 Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends 11:30 Ciao Italia 19 Saturday 6:00 Victory Garden 6:30 Make: Wearable Technology 7:00 Growing A Greener World 7:30 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 8:00 American Woodshop 8:30 Katie Brown Workshop 9:00 For Your Home 9:30 Katie Brown Workshop 10:00 B Organic with Michele Beschen 10:30 Around The House with Matt and Shari 11:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 11:30 Katie Brown Workshop 26 Saturday 6:00 Katie Brown Workshop 6:30 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

7:00 Christina Cooks 7:30 New Scandinavian Cooking with Claus Meyer 8:00 Katie Brown Workshop 8:30 Jazzy Vegetarian 9:00 Chefs A’field: Culinary Adventures That Begin On The Farm 9:30 Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence 10:00 Katie Brown Workshop 10:30 Cooking with Nick Stellino 11:00 Katie Brown Workshop 11:30 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table

TIU ESPANOL (Ch. 30.4) Sundays 8:00 Cuéntame Cómo Pasó 9:00 Great Performances 10:30 American Graduates Quiero Ser 10/27 11:00 Estudio Billboard Mondays 8:00 Wild at Heart 9:00 Mini Series 10:00 Doctor’s Diaries 11:00 Punta Escarlata Tuesdays 8:00 Comisario Rex 9:00 Mini Series 10:00 El Barco Fear of Loving begins 10/22 11:00 Sea Patrol Wednesdays 8:00 Alarm for Cobra 9:00 Mini Series 10:00 Scent of Love 11:00 Dance Academy Long Lasting Youth begins 10/16 Thursdays 8:00 Sea Patrol 9:00 Mini Series 10:00 The Family Grand Hotel begins 10/31 11:00 Aguila Roja Fridays 8:00 Cuéntame Cómo Pasó 9:00 De Buena Fuente 10:00 Latino Americans 11:00 De Buena Fuente Saturdays 8:00 The Family 9:00 Scent of Love 10:00 Alarm for Cobra 11:00 Good and Evil Mek 8 begins 10/19

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Overnight Schedule Tuesday - Saturday 12:00 Charlie Rose 1 Tuesday 1:00 Genealogy Roadshow Detroit 2:00 Last Tango In Halifax 3:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Foyle’s War, Series VII: Sunflower 4:30 The Bletchley Circle 5:30 Sky Island 2 Wednesday 1:00 Latino Americans Pride andPrejudice/ Peril and Promise 3:00 FRONTLINE 4:00 Independent Lens Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey 5:30 Ribbon of Sand 3 Thursday 1:00 Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation Asia and Australia 2:00 NOVA Inside The Megastorm 3:00 Quest for the Lost Maya 4:00 Latino Americans Pride andPrejudice/ Peril and Promise 4 Friday 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Latino Americans Pride andPrejudice/ Peril and Promise 4:00 Call The Midwife 5:00 Genealogy Roadshow Detroit 5 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Great Performances The Hollow Crown: Henry IV, Part 2 4:30 Sky Island 5:00 The This Old House 6 Sunday 1:00 NOVA Inside The Megastorm 2:00 FRONTLINE 3:00 Independent Lens Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey 4:30 Ribbon of Sand 5:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 7 Monday 1:00 Masterpiece Classic The Paradise, Part One 3:00 Genealogy Roadshow Detroit

4:00 Latino Americans Pride andPrejudice/ Peril and Promise

8 Tuesday 1:00 Genealogy Roadshow San Francisco 2:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage San Francisco 3:00 Last Tango In Halifax 4:00 Masterpiece Classic The Paradise, Part One 9 Wednesday 1:00 In Performance at the White House Musica Latina 2:00 FRONTLINE League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis 4:00 POV Brooklyn Castle 5:30 Ribbon of Sand 10 Thursday 1:00 Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation Flying High 2:00 NOVA Megastorm Aftermath 3:00 Secrets of the Dead The Man Who Saved The World 4:00 In Performance at the White House Musica Latina 5:00 Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation Flying High 11 Friday 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Call The Midwife 3:00 Genealogy Roadshow San Francisco 4:00 Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation Flying High 5:00 NOVA Megastorm Aftermath 12 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Great Performances The Hollow Crown: Henry V 4:30 Sky Island 5:00 The This Old House Hour 13 Sunday 1:00 NOVA Megastorm Aftermath 2:00 Genealogy Roadshow San Francisco 3:00 POV Brooklyn Castle 4:30 Ribbon of Sand 5:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week

14 Monday 1:00 Last Tango In Halifax 2:00 Masterpiece Classic The Paradise, Part Two 3:00 Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey, Series II - Part One 5:00 In Performance at the White House Musica Latina 15 Tuesday 1:00 Genealogy Roadshow Austin 2:00 Last Tango In Halifax 3:00 Masterpiece Classic The Paradise, Part Two 4:00 Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey, Series II - Part One 16 Wednesday 1:00 Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle 4:00 Genealogy Roadshow Austin 5:00 Antiques Roadshow Hartford, CT - Hour Three 17 Thursday 1:00 Nature Saving Otter 501 2:00 NOVA Making Stuff Faster 3:00 Raw to Ready Komat’su 4:00 Pioneers of Television Superheroes 5:00 Nature Saving Otter 501 18 Friday 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Call The Midwife 3:00 Sky Island 3:30 POV 56 Up 19 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Great Performances Great Performances’ 40th Anniversary Celebration 3:30 Atchafalaya Houseboat 4:00 Raw to Ready Komat’su 5:00 The This Old House Hour 20 Sunday 1:00 NOVA Making Stuff Faster 2:00 Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle 5:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week

21 Monday 1:00 Masterpiece Classic The Paradise, Part Three 2:00 Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey, Series II - Part Two 3:00 Great Performances Great Performances’ 40th Anniversary Celebration 4:30 Atchafalaya Houseboat 5:00 Genealogy Roadshow Austin 22 Tuesday 1:00 Antiques Roadshow Miami Beach, FL - Hour Two 2:00 Antiques Roadshow Miami Beach, FL - Hour One 3:00 Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace 4:00 Masterpiece Classic The Paradise, Part Three 5:00 Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey, Series II - Part Two 23 Wednesday 1:00 African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross The Black Atlantic (1500-1800) 2:00 Siege in the Sahara 3:00 FRONTLINE 4:00 Independent Lens The Waiting Room/ Let Me Down Easy 5:30 Atchafalaya Houseboat 24 Thursday 1:00 Nature Animal Odd Couples 2:00 NOVA Making Stuff Wilder 3:00 Raw to Ready Bentley 4:00 African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross The Black Atlantic (1500-1800) 5:00 Siege in the Sahara 25 Friday 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Call The Midwife 3:00 Nature Animal Odd Couples 4:00 NOVA Making Stuff Wilder 5:00 Raw to Ready Bentley 26 Saturday 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Raisin in the Sun Revisited: The Raisin Cycle at Center Stage 3:00 Craft In America Forge 4:00 Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace

5:00 The This Old House Hour 27 Sunday 1:00 NOVA Making Stuff Wilder 2:00 FRONTLINE 3:00 Independent Lens The Waiting Room/ Let Me Down Easy 4:30 Sky Island 5:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 28 Monday 1:00 Masterpiece Classic The Paradise, Part Four 2:00 Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey, Series II - Part Three 3:00 African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross The Black Atlantic (1500-1800) 4:00 Raisin in the Sun Revisited: The Raisin Cycle at Center Stage 5:00 Craft In America Forge 29 Tuesday 1:00 Antiques Roadshow Dallas, TX - Hour Two 2:00 Antiques Roadshow Miami Beach, FL - Hour Three 3:00 Secrets of the Tower of London 4:00 Masterpiece Classic The Paradise, Part Four 5:00 Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey, Series II - Part Three 30 Wednesday 1:00 African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross The Age of Slavery (1800-1860) 2:00 War of the Worlds: American Experience 3:00 FRONTLINE 4:00 Independent Lens The Graduates 5:00 Antiques Roadshow Dallas, TX - Hour Two 31 Thursday 1:00 Nature Wolverine: Chasing The Phantom 2:00 NOVA Making Stuff Colder. 3:00 Raw to Ready Mack Truck 4:00 African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross The Age of Slavery (1800-1860) 5:00 War of the Worlds: American Experience

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A NEVER-ENDING BATTLE Tuesday, October 15 at 8pm The first documentary miniseries to examine the dawn of the comic book genre and its powerful legacy also traces the evolution of the characters who leapt from the pages over the last 75 years and their ongoing cultural impact worldwide. The “disposable diversions” were created in large part by the children of immigrants whose fierce loyalty to a new homeland laid the foundation of a multibillion-dollar industry that became an influential part of our national identity. Truth, Justice, and the American Way (1938-1958) During the Depression, the popularity of dozens of superhero characters opens the door for a new generation of artists and writers. World War II creates a patriotic fervor for star-spangled adventurers to represent the American spirit at war and on the home front, but in the 1950s, superheroes are caught in the fire of government scrutiny and regulation. With the thrilling new medium of television, America’s first and greatest superhero leads the entire comic book industry to renewed strength. Repeats 10/20 at 1pm. Great Power, Great Responsibility (1959-1977) In the 1960s, a new breed of superhero emerges, inspired by the age of atomic energy and space

travel and, in turn, inspiring the pop culture and pop artists of the time. Spider-Man, the Hulk and others are the first to have “problems” with which an adult audience can identify, and contemporary social issues make their way into comic books. Black powerhouses appear on the scene, and the pages of “Green Lantern/ Green Arrow” explode with relevant storylines as comic books are forced to confront the reality of an increasingly complex world. Repeats 10/27 at 1pm. A Hero Can Be Anyone (1978-Present) Superheroes are enthusiastically embraced in all forms of media and by all demographics. In 1986, Batman is overhauled as The Dark Knight to reflect the nocturnal underside of his character, and Watchmen brings new sophistication to comic book narratives, illuminating a violent and politicized world. In the new millennium, superheroes have taken over popular culture with feature films, television shows and video games complementing a new generation of web-based comics that bring superhero adventures to every corner of the world. Repeats 11/3 at 1pm.

October 2013 – TV Guide  

Viewing Guide for WTIU – Public Television Serving South Central Indiana