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On The Cover August 2009 KCSM is celebrating back-to-school. This month we take a hard look at California's budget crisis and the possible solutions in California Schools: America's Futures (Tuesday, 8/25 at 8:00 pm.) We look at the difficulty young people face when they realize that high school is no longer enough - and the struggles they encounter when deciding to attend college in the three-part series The College Track (Tuesday, August 8 at 8pm, 9pm & 10pm.) We also take this opportunity to take a look back at the history of the College of San Mateo, from our inception in 1922 to the present in Voices of CSM (Tueday, 8/18 at 11pm.) We hope the coming school year will be rewarding for both you and your children.

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KCSM TV / FM • 1700 Hillsdale Blvd • San Mateo, CA 94402 Digital 43.1 • Cable 17 (in most areas) • www.kcsm.org Main: (650) 574-6586 •  Membership Questions: (650) 524-6921 Special circumstances July result in program alterations. KCSM is licensed to the San Mateo County Community College District, which operates College of San Mateo, Canada College in Redwood City, and Skyline College in San Bruno. The District and its Colleges are governed by six-member Board of Trustees, five elected at large for four-year terms by the County voters and one elected by students in the District for a one-year term: Helen Hausman, Richard Holober (President), Dave Mandelkern, Patricia Miljanich (Vice President—Clerk), Karen Schwartz, Virginia Medrano Rosales (Student Trustee, 2008-09), Ron Galatolo (District Chancellor), Michael E. Claire (President, College of San Mateo).


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Dear KCSM Members, August is a month of change, whether it is taking that one last summer trip, enjoying barbeques with friends and family, or preparing for a new school year. Many of our members are parents and grandparents who are headed to the store to get back–to–school supplies. We know that this is a hectic time, but remember to focus on the really important things. Getting that backpack ready is a perfect opportunity to have great conversation with your child about their likes and dislikes about school, their friends, and fears.

And with the kids off to school, it is also time to think about yourself. The College of San Mateo, our community college, is also preparing for a new school year. Although this year has been exceedingly difficult because of the state budget cuts, that doesn’t mean that we won’t have something for you.

Have you ever wanted to take an introductory course in Astronomy to know more about the stars in the night sky? In these tough economic times, everyone is looking for ways to "tighten their belt"–why not learn a new software application to help get your finances in order? If you have been thinking about travelling, consider signing up to learn a new language. And even if you are not able to come into the classroom, you can find a multitude of classes available both online and through the college Distance Learning Program. Most community colleges go beyond offering courses for college credit. Many also have a Community Education curriculum geared to meet the community needs. In our college district you can find many online offerings and other courses in classrooms or out in the community. The cost is reasonable, and the class offerings are flexible to fit into a working persons schedule. So consider heading back to school with the kids and have a great time! Sincerely,

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Green your children By James Mason Ball

It’s back to school time again: a perfect opportunity for a refresher course in how to green your children’s school supplies, not to mention your own office supplies. And don’t miss the opportunity to educate your kids by including them in the process of selecting earth-friendly items. There are many ways to choose green while shopping for back to school.

Purchasing the right school supplies are some of the easiest ways to make some environmentally friendly decisions. Many products made from recycled paper and plastics, as well as biodegradable materials, are now readily available at most office supply and retail stores. Buying a reusable PVC-free lunchbox or bag is another excellent choice over using disposable brown paper bags everyday. And don’t forget a reusable, aluminum water bottle instead of constantly buying unnecessary water-filled plastic bottles. While it can be a little more of a challenge to find organic cotton and other sustainable fabric clothing options, more and more retailers are beginning to offer green options. Conventionally grown cotton is responsible for 25% of the world’s insecticides and 10% of the world’s pesticides, dangerous carcinogens that seep into our groundwater and pollute natural wildlife habitats. By choosing to purchase clothing made from organic cotton, wool, hemp, bamboo, silk or ramie you are also choosing to keep dangerous chemicals from polluting our world. A backpack is yet another item that can be found made from organic, sustainable textiles.

When purchasing a new computer, consider a laptop over a desktop. A laptop uses from two to five times less energy than a standard desktop computer, takes up much less space and the amount of materials used in production are also significantly less.

Spend some extra time with your children this year by planning and shopping for their school supplies together. Use this opportunity to educate them on how to be better stewards of our planet. Instill being green as part of their own decision making process as future consumers themselves. And be sure to tell them that you are doing it to ensure a healthy, sustainable future for them.

Your feedback, comments and questions are always welcomed! Email me at g reen@kcsm.net


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The College Track This three-part series is a thoughtful and provocative look at America's commitment to equal access in education. It articulates a new reality: high school is no longer enough. Explore the struggles and barriers faced by many students who hope to be the first in their families to attend college. Narrated by Emmywinning actor Andre Braugher (Homicide, Gideon’s Crossing, Hack.)

Tuesday August 18 Part 1–8pm; Part 2–9pm; Part 3–10pm

Voices of CSM This original KCSM production highlights the major events and changes that have taken place since the first graduating class of San Mateo Junior College in 1922, to life on the campus in the 21st Century. The documentary explores the political climate of the decades, the major social changes that took place, and examines how CSM has grown and evolved throughout the years. Voices of CSM preserves the rich history and tradition of CSM for years to come. Tuesday, August 18 at 11:00 pm

California Schools: America's Fututre In 2007, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced his intention to make 2008 "the year of education in California." Unfortunately, proposed cuts to education are staggering, and it's not the first time California's public schools have been on the brink. Follow the roots of the current crisis, as we try to discover if it is possible that the largest school system in the country— educating one of every eight schoolchildren—is worse off than ever? Solutions are also explored. Tuesday, August 25 at 8:00 pm

What Does Normal Mean? Follow the daily struggles and triumphs of children with disabilities in New Mexico’s public school system. Over the course of one academic year, seven extraordinary children cope with a broad range of disabilities, and show that despite their physical and mental limitations, these children excel as artists, athletes, honor-roll students and public speakers, and illustrate how inclusion succeeds, and how learning environments improve, when everyone work together.

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Saturday 1 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a GARY SPETZ’S PAINTING WILD PLACES! Learn To Paint A Rugged Shore, Part 1 7:30a ONE STROKE PAINTING WITH DONNA DEWBERRY Border Crossings 8:00a JOEL HARPER’S FIRMING AFTER 50 Whether you are a novice or you want to take your workout to the next level, “Joel Harper’s Firming After 50” exercise program is easy–to–follow and perfect for all ages and fitness levels. Celebrity, personal trainer, Joel Harper will help viewers stretch, tone and firm with his no equipment, complete body workout! 9:00a WITH PURPOSE: GOING FROM SUCCESS TO SIGNIFICANCE IN WORK AND LIFE (R 8/4 at 9:30 pm & 8/8 at 3:00 pm) 11:00a HIDDEN WISDOM OF OUR YEARNINGS WITH IRWIN KULA Acclaimed educator, speaker and author Irwin Kula discusses the powerful positive energy of yearnings for happiness, certainty, love and meaningful relationships. Kula maintains an individual can transform their life into one of greater meaning, passion and love by understanding the “hidden wisdom” of their desires. 1:00p ED SLOTT’S STAY RICH FOR LIFE (R 8/10 at 8:00 pm) 2:30p ELVIS LIVES: THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT A quarter century after his death in 1977, Elvis continues to astonish us. Through the magic of modern technology, Elvis is reunited with his original TCB band, his back-up singers and musical director for a unique concert (DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)

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special, featuring Elvis from Hawaii in one of the biggest unday satellite concerts ever, and his supporting musicians and 1:30a THE BIG SQUEEZE singers live on stage together (R 8/4 at 11:30 pm) in Memphis. 2:00a INSIDE JAZZ: EVERYBODY’S 4:00p COUNTRY BLUEGRASS WELCOME HOMECOMING Discover how the jazz tradition Country, bluegrass and is passed from one generation classic gospel legends gather to the next. Go inside a world together in this musical celof jazz performances, lessons, ebration with appearances by and master classes, a world of George Jones, Marty Stuart, teamwork, musicianship, and Vince Gill, Ralph Stanley and love of music, where “older more. cats” make themselves available to the young artists who 5:30p CRAVING HEALTH WITH admire and follow them. DR. RICHARD WEINSTEIN (R 8/5 at 9:30 pm) 3:00a NEWPORT JAZZ FESTIVAL 2006 7:00p HOW TO BEAT THE BOGEY Highlights of performances MAN WITH TRAVIS FOX from the world’s longestGolf pro Travis Fox gives tips running jazz festival captures on how to improve various the sights and sounds of the aspects of your golf game festival—from the music to including getting off the tee, scenes of the audience, food, fairway shots and putting. vendors and backstage life. 8:00p SOULFUL SYMPHONY 4:00a JUBILEE WITH DARIN ATWATER The Grascals The young composer is redefining the Eurocentric 5:00a DISABILITIES TODAY symphonic tradition, blending 5:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE gospel, jazz and hip-hop ESMONDE TECHNIQUE into his compositions and performing them with his own 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT African-American orchestra. 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 10:00p MITZI GAYNOR: RAZZLE DAZZLE! THE SPECIAL 7:00a HEALTH SENSE YEARS Plastic Surgery & Anti-Aging Take a nostalgic trip through 7:30a LIVING SMART Gaynor’s TV years and get Social Security Truth a reflective and entertaining glimpse into the television 8:00a CREATIVE LIVING variety show at its zenith, the groundbreaking perfor8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP mances, glitzy costumes and Easter Mitzi’s triple threat talent. 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER Stillwater Techniques Part 2 11:30p LAST LECTURE: REALLY ACHIEVING YOUR 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS CHILDHOOD DREAMS BROUSE The much-acclaimed talk by Cinchiness Carnegie Mellon Professor Randy Pausch, who passed 10:00a LIDIA’S ITALY: SIMPLE AND away from pancreatic cancer DELICIOUS on July 25, 2008 is upbeat, Famed chef Lidia Bastianich funny, inspiring, moving and prepares delectable appetizers, something everyone should main course and desserts see. Pausch who gave his last inspired by her native land. lecture at the university Sept. Dishes include: Bucatini 18, 2007, talked about his all’Amatriciana, Tuscan-style life lessons learned and gave beans and squash, and Istrian advice on how to achieve crepes filled with chocolate and career and personal goals. hazelnut. (R 8/3 at 8:00 pm)

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August 2009 12:00n MAGNIFICENT MIND AT ANY AGE WITH DR. DANIEL AMEN (R 8/6 at 8:00 pm) 1:30p CHANGE YOUR BRAIN, CHANGE YOUR LIFE (R 8/4 at 8:00 pm)

she says killed her family and the community that sanctioned their murders.

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12:00a STORIES FROM THE HEART 3:00p GO PUT YOUR Stories from a diverse group STRENGTHS TO WORK of people reveal the complexMarcus Buckingham, a ity and staggering vulnerability leading authority on employee of the human cardiovascular productivity, leadership and system – from its beginnings management, encourages in the womb to the highest people to get the most out limits of its function. of their lives and careers by listening intently to their pas- 1:00a WILD! Wildlife Filmmakers: The Most sions and yearnings. Dangerous Game 4:30p SIBLING RIVALRY WITH (R 8/22 at 8:00 pm) DR. CHARLES FAY 2:00a GLOBE TREKKER Dr. Charles Fay is a worldGlobe Trekker Special: renowned expert in the Volcanoes, Ring Of Fire areas of parenting, family psychology–and you guessed 3:00a DEADLINES & DOLLARS: it–sibling rivalry! Learn the THE CHALLENGES FACING secrets of turning those ineviLOCAL TV REPORTERS table sibling spats into priceThis insightful documentary less learning opportunities looks at how profit and effor your kids, and re-claiming ficiency have eroded the the peaceful family life every public service mission of local parent deserves. commercial news. 6:00p BLACK WRITERS IN 4:00a KILOWATT OURS: A AMERICA PLAN TO RE-ENERGIZE John A. Williams/Maryse AMERICA Conde Traces the wires from power source to home to 6:30p BEYOND THEOLOGY show where people in the Science And Spirituality Southeast get their electricity and to identify points where 7:00p WORLD BUSINESS conservation and the use of 7:30p INSIDE WASHINGTON renewable sources can help lower energy bills. 8:00p RIC EDELMAN: RESCUE YOUR RETIREMENT 5:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW Financial adviser Ric Edelman discusses retirement planning 5:30a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS and mistakes made by 6:00a PIANO GUY investors. 10:00p RIGHT TO BE WRONG: AN 6:30a CHILD DEVELOPMENT UNEXPECTED JOURNEY 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW THROUGH ISRAEL Stories of ordinary Israelis 7:30a EARTH REVEALED and Palestinians provide a 8:00a EXAMINED LIFE glimpse into life in modern Israel as well as the region’s 8:30a NUTRITION PATHWAYS intense political and cultural conflicts. 9:00a DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY 11:00p IN THE TALL GRASS Follow Rwanda’s search for 9:30a WOODTURNING redemption after genocide WORKSHOP through one survivor’s journey 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX through the historic process by confronting the neighbor 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH (DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)

11:00a SIT AND BE FIT 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTIE 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING FRIENDS 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE HAUSMANN 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 3:00p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 3:30p POCOYO 4:00p CHEFS A’ FIELD: KIDS ON THE FARM 4:30p RIBERT & ROBERT’S WONDERWORLD 5:00p CALIFORNIA’S GOLDEN PARKS Wrigley Botanical Gardens 5:30p WHITE HOUSE CHRONICLE 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p EASY THAI COOKING WITH TOMMY TANG 7:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED The Crunchiest Pork Chops Ever 8:00p LAST LECTURE: REALLY ACHIEVING YOUR CHILDHOOD DREAMS (R 8/1 at 11:30 pm) 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... MAIGRET VERSUS MR. CAVRE In French With English Subtitles A rich Belgium horsebreeder is dogged by rumors that he murdered a young man. Maigret, on is way to investigate, runs in to a former colleague who has turned private investigator. Every where Maigret goes, the P.I. has already been there - is he involved in the murder?


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Ruth Rendell Mysteries he Ruth Rendell Mysteries are a series of made-fortelevision adaptations of the Inspector Wexford mysteries and other novels of psychological suspense by Ruth Rendell.

George Baker portrayed Chief Inspector Reg Wexford of Kingsmarkham (a fictional town in the real English county of Hampshire) with Christopher Ravenscroft as his partner Inspector Mike Burden.

Every Monday at 8:00 pm and 9:00 pm

America's Generation In this 2-episode series, host Chuck Underwood presents the life of two generations—The Boomers and The Silents. Learn about their formative years, the core values that emerged from those years, their adulthood passages, their future and likely legacy. Get a candid appraisal of their strengths and shortcomings, triumphs and defeats and each generation's distinctive contribution to life in America. Thursday, August 6 at 1 am & Sunday August 9 at 2 am

America's Test Kitchen From Cook's Illustrated Cook's Illustrated Editor-in-Chief Christopher Kimball and his team once again help home chefs find success in the kitchen by solving everyday cooking problems, rigorously testing equipment, tasting supermarket ingredients and revealing the secrets to foolproof cooking at home. Every Monday at 7:30 pm

Wild Chronicles This magazine-style show connects viewers to the pulse of the planet, offering rare access to, and in-depth reporting on the state of the natural world. Hosted by longtime National Geographics Explorer host Boyd Matson, reports from the vantage of those who have traversed the Earth's passageways, probed its scientific mysteries and advocate for its protection are presented. Every Tuesday at 5:30 pm


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Ashford & Simpson: The Real Thing Ashford & Simpson are one of the most popular and respected duos in music, renowned for their electrifying concert performances. This intimate concert features the husband and wife duo singing their biggest hits at Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency in New York City. Songs include Solid, Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand), I’m Every Woman, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, and Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing with special guest Freddie Jackson. Friday, August 7 at 8:00 pm

The Legacy of Otis Redding Classic performances with re-mastered sound and video as well as in-depth interviews with those who helped Otis write and create his incredible music paint a portrait of Otis as an amazing singer, artist, songwriter, and family man. The story begins with memories of his first amateur talent contests and concludes with the touching recollections of the final days leading up to the tragic plane crash on December 10, 1967. Saturday, August 8 at 9:00 pm

Sweet Soul: Stax/Volt Revue Live in Norway 1967 Filmed April 7, 1967 in Oslo, Norway, live performance footage from the last leg of the Stax/Volt Revue’s European tour – a rare package tour of artists from the legendary record label encapsulates an era of soul music and the legacy of the powerhouse American record label that celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2007. Saturday, August 15 at 9:30 pm

Boogie & The Blues Diva: 2004 Motor City Blues & Boogie Woogie Festival Enjoy sixty years of American music, beginning with Butch Thompson performing turn of the century ragtime and early boogie woogie. The Chicago Jazz Band recreate performances of blues divas from the 20s and 30s. Alma Smith performs mid-40's blues and boogie woogie. And finally, Jason D. Williams straddles the transition from boogie woogie to the birth of rock 'n' roll in the mid-50s. Friday, August 28 at 10:00 pm


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1:00a 10-J: THE HISTORY OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE In 1913, Congress created the Federal Reserve to bring financial stability to the nation after a number of banking panics. Although much has changed in the decades since the Federal Reserve’s founding, examine how its unique structure is in many ways perhaps more important today than it was nearly a century ago in providing the nation with a stable financial system.

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2:00a CONVERSATION WITH... U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer

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3:00p BIG GREEN RABBIT 3:30p BIZ KID$ 4:00p CHEFS A’ FIELD: KIDS ON THE FARM 4:30p TOY CASTLE 5:00p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Tuolumne Meadows 5:30p WILD CHRONICLES Fishing For Flounder 6:00p JOURNAL 7:00p FOREIGN EXCHANGE

3:00a CONVERSATIONS WITH .... 7:30p VISIONARIES Seascape, How The Oceans A Conversation With George Of The World Suddenly Soros Beckon 4:00a CONVERSATIONS WITH... 8:00p CHANGE YOUR BRAIN, Madeleine Albright CHANGE YOUR LIFE 5:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW Best-selling author, psychiatrist and brain-imaging 5:30a SMART TRAVELS–PACIFIC specialist Daniel G. Amen, RIM WITH RUDY MAXA MD demonstrates how to San Francisco optimize mental performance and overcome self-defeating 6:00a PIANO GUY behaviors like depression, 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING ADD, and anxiety. DONNA ERICKSON (R 8/2 at 1:30 pm) 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW 9:30p WITH PURPOSE: GOING FROM SUCCESS TO 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON SIGNIFICANCE IN WORK AND LIFE 8:00a DONNA DEWBERRY SHOW Over the past 30+ years, 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF psychologist, gerontologist PAINTING and best-selling author of books on aging-related 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER issues, Ken Dychtwald, PhD explores the goals of life’s 9:30a WOODTURNING next stage as he guides us WORKSHOP to rethink the meaning of 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX success, work, relationship, adulthood and retirement. 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH (R 8/1 at 9 am & 8/8 at 3pm) 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT 11:30p THE BIG SQUEEZE Take a joyful leap into the 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC heart of Texas music, and 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED where there’s music there’s WITH DAVE AND CHRISTIE usually some grilling going on. Follow young musicians as 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND they do battle at the statewide accordion throw down. 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING (R 8/2 at 1:30 am) FRIENDS

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Wednesday 5 12:00a THERE IS A BRIDGE This program challenges conventional views of Alzheimer’s sufferers as “unreachable” and explores the deep, complex nature of human identity. 1:00a MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... MAIGRET VERSUS MR. CAVRE In French With English Subtitles (R 8/3 at 10:00 pm) 3:00a EVENING WITH ANDREW YOUNG 4:00a EVENING WITH NIKKI GIOVANNI 5:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW 5:30a SMART TRAVELS–PACIFIC RIM WITH RUDY MAXA Seattle 6:00a PIANO GUY 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING DONNA ERICKSON 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON 8:00a DONNA DEWBERRY SHOW 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER 9:30a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTIE 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING FRIENDS 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE HAUSMANN 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 3:00p BIG GREEN RABBIT 3:30p BIZ KID$


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2:00a CROSSING THE LINE: MULTIRACIAL COMEDIANS The timeliness of multiracial 4:30p TOY CASTLE comedians’ roles as cross-racial mediators is 5:00p ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV underscored as they provide insight into controversies 5:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND over how comedians express 6:00p JOURNAL race (i.e., Michael Richards’ use of the N-word, Rosie O’ 6:30p WORLDFOCUS Donnell’s slurs), and other debated meanings of race 7:00p CALIFORNIA’S WATER Using Water Wisely in an increasingly diverse society. Exploring these ques7:30p BALANCING YOUR LIFE tions exposes the very nature Janet Gurwitch/Ping Sun of where pain and laughter come from in a racially divided 8:00p FIGHT ALZHEIMER’S world. EARLY: 6 STEPS TO KEEP YOUR BRAIN YOUNG WITH 3:00a IN MARJORIE’S WAKE DR. MAJID FOTUHI Examines how the St. Johns If you are one of the 80 million River of Florida has shaped baby-boomer Americans conculture-literature, art and cerned about your memory, music over time. the good news is that you can take specific actions to 4:00a JANIS IAN LIVE FROM improve your brain’s health GRAND CENTER and minimize your chance of Legendary Grammy Awarddeveloping Alzheimer’s. winning singer songwriter Janis Ian performs songs from 9:30p CRAVING HEALTH WITH her 40-year career. DR. RICHARD WEINSTEIN Discover the real cause of 5:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW stress and its relationship to inflammation and the adrenal 5:30a SMART TRAVELS–PACIFIC RIM WITH RUDY MAXA hormone cortisol, and ways Vancouver & Victoria, British designed to address the root Columbia cause of stress and stop the symptoms. (R 8/1 at 5:30 pm) 6:00a PIANO GUY 11:00p GREAT CONVERSATIONS 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING Malcolm Gladwell And Daniel DONNA ERICKSON Pink 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW

Thursday 6 12:00a WILD! The Secret Of Cats (R 8/29 at 9:00 pm)

1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE HAUSMANN 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 3:00p BIG GREEN RABBIT 3:30p BIZ KID$ 4:00p CHEFS A’ FIELD: KIDS ON THE FARM 4:30p TOY CASTLE 5:00p P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Inspiring Green 5:30p IT’S AN AGE THING Senior Housing 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW 7:30p EUROPEAN JOURNAL 8:00p MAGNIFICENT MIND AT ANY AGE WITH DR. DANIEL AMEN Explore natural ways that we can keep our brains healthy as we age and enhance our brain power. (R 8/2 at 12:00n)

9:30p ULTRAMIND SOLUTION: DEFEAT DEPRESSION, OVERCOME ANXIETY AND SHARPEN YOUR MIND WITH MARK HYMAN, M.D. Dr. Mark Hyman shares a revolutionary new method for 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON treating this invisible epidemic 8:00a DONNA DEWBERRY SHOW of “broken brains” that affect 1 out of every 4 of us, and tells 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF how, by healing our bodies, PAINTING we can heal our brains automatically. 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER 11:00p MUSIC OF MOZART: 9:30a WOODTURNING MALCOLM BILSON WORKSHOP IN CONCERT AND 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX CONVERSATION Malcolm Bilson celebrates 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH Mozart’s 250th birthday with a special concert on 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT the fortepiano, the type of 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC instrument Mozart used when composing. 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTIE

1:00a AMERICA’S GENERATIONS: THE BOOMERS Generational speaker Chuck Underwood presents the story of America’s revolutionary generation, the Boomers”, who came of age empowered and engaged during a golden era for kids, launched six major social revolutions, struggled with marriage and parenting, excelled in the workplace, and are now about to lead America. Underwood 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND helps us to understand the Boomer Nation we’ll now 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING become. “  FRIENDS


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Liquid Stage: The Lure of Surf Go on a spiritual exploration into the heart and soul of the centuries-old Hawaiian sport of surfing. Guided by some of the most influential individuals in the history of the sport, follow surfings evolution, from its Polynesian origins to its familiar presence on the beaches of Southern California and the world. Celebrate surfers' lifestyles, innovations and beliefs to understand surfers' unique relationship with the sea.

Friday, August 21 at 8:00 pm

Leyendas...The Legends of Cuban Music An homage to the pioneers of Cuban music’s infections sounds and irresistible rhythms. One-on-one interviews, colorful anecdotes and archival images, underscored by the sensuous cadence of Cuban music depicts the genre's “Golden Age” of the 1940s and 50s. Living legends offer insights into the lives of past singers and paint a rich portrait of Cuban life, at a time when its cities and towns bustled with music and laughter. Friday, August 21 at 10:00 pm

Torturing Democracy This documentary chronicles how U.S. detention and interrogation policies in the Administration's war on terror descended into "at a minimum, cruel and unusual treatment and, at worst, torture" in the words of the former general counsel of the US Navy. Follow the fierce struggles waged by these military and administration insiders - whose belief in the country's traditions and values led them to the highest acts of patriotism. They were unable, in the end, to overcome formidable resistance from the most powerful figures in the Pentagon and the White House. That makes it even more important that their stories be told.

Tuesday, August 25 at 9:00 pm

Hemingway in Cuba The story of Ernest Hemingway's 30-year love affair with the West Indies republic is recounted. Cuba captured Ernest Hemingway's fertile imagination and inspired him to create now-legendary fictional characters. Travel to Cuba to Hemingway's old haunts —many of which remain unchanged—and explore his real-life adventures in Cuba, from his passion for marlin fishing and safari hunting, as well as the influence of his wives and lovers on his life and work. Thursday, August 27 at 10:00 pm


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The Best of Red Skelton Celebrate America's Clown Prince of Comedy and one of the longest running television variety series. The Red Skelton Show, one of the first variety shows to make the successful transition from radio to TV, and was a staple of family viewing for two decades. Classic Skelton slapstick routines and characters in full color, along with hilarious guest appearances are featured. Sunday, August 9 at 9:30 pm

Take Charge of Your Money Now! Classic performances with re-mastered sound and video as well as in-depth interviews with those who helped Otis write and create his incredible music paint a portrait of Otis as an amazing singer, artist, songwriter, and family man. The story begins with memories of his first amateur talent contests and concludes with the touching recollections of the final days leading up to the tragic plane crash on December 10, 1967. Tueday, August 11 at 8:00 pm

Imagining Robert: My Brother, Madness and Survival: A Memoir Follow the story of two brothers, one who has suffered the horrors and sadness of mental illness for 38 years and the other, a prize-winning novelist who has been his brother’s primary caretaker to discover the reality for families that cope, over the course of a lifetime, with a condition for which in most cases, there is no solution. Wednesday, August 19 at 10:00 pm

2009 Spotlight! High School Festival Awards KCSM recognizes the Bay Area high school film makers who participated in the 2009 Spotlight Film Festival. Prizes and awards are given in the categories of best story or script, sound, editing, lighting, cinematography, animation, directing and special effects. One winner will also walk away with the prize for "Best of Show". Winning films will be featured as well. Friday, August 28 at 8:00 pm


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10:30p THE ARTIST’S WAY AT WORK WITH MARK BRYAN Stories of innovation and creativity from author Mark Bryan’s best-selling book of the same name reveal the keys to accessing and applying creativity to achieve goals and lead more fulfilling lives.

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12:00a SHOW OF COURAGE Follow a group of breast 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER cancer patients who are Arkansas Fly Fishing dealing with their diagnoses 8:30a JERRY YARNELL SCHOOL in a very public way: beneath 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS OF FINE ART bright lights, on a runway, in a BROUSE Sedona Canyon, Part 2 special fashion show staged Ground Tie by oncology nurses whose 9:00a SIT AND BE FIT SPECIAL 10:00a ASHFORD & SIMPSON: sole purpose is to celebrate THE REAL THING life and to raise spirits, not 10:00a RIC EDELMAN: RESCUE (R 8/7 at 8:00 pm) money. YOUR RETIREMENT See Close-up on page 9. (R 8/2 at 8:00 pm) 1:00a STORIES FROM THE 11:30a ROBERT MIRABAL–MUSIC HEART 12:00n FIGHT ALZHEIMER’S FROM A PAINTED CAVE Through fascinating stories EARLY: 6 STEPS TO KEEP (R 8/14 at 9:30 pm) of a diverse group of people, YOUR BRAIN YOUNG WITH DR. MAJID FOTUHI KEEP discover the complexity and 1:00p BRAVA ITALIA YOUR BRAIN YOUNG WITH staggering vulnerability of the The Proud Tradition DR. MAJID FOTUHI human cardiovascular. (R 8/5 at 8:00 pm) 2:30p CELTIC THUNDER–TAKE 2:00a AMERICA’S ME HOME 1:30p ULTRAMIND SOLUTION: GENERATIONS: THE (Rtonight at 8:00 pm) DEFEAT DEPRESSION, SILENTS OVERCOME ANXIETY AND Chuck Underwood presents 4:00p GLEN CAMPBELL IN SHARPEN YOUR MIND the story of America’s most CONCERT WTH MARK HYMAN, M.D. overlooked and underappreciThe pop superstar performs (R 8/6 at 9:30 pm) ated generation, "the Silents." his greatest hits in a rousing Born between the late 1920s concert, accompanied 3:00p WITH PURPOSE: GOING and the onset of World War by the South Dakota FROM SUCCESS TO II, they came of age and Symphony Orchestra and his SIGNIFICANCE IN WORK molded lifelong core values own ensemble, and shares AND LIFE (R 8/1 at 9 am & during a period of suffocating the stories behind the songs, 8/4 at 9:30 pm) conformity and yet profound revealing his deep-rooted love change. of music. 5:00p GREAT BIG SEA IN CONCERT 3:00a RAILROAD EMPIRE 5:30p CREATIVE LIVING (R 8/7 at 9:30 pm) This KCSM original produc6:00p BLACK WRITERS IN tion follows the history of the 6:30p ENJOYING WINE WITH AMERICA transcontinental railroad. MARK PHILLIPS E. Lynn Harris/Sapphire Begun in 1855 and completed Get strategies for confidently in 1869, the railroad transselecting and enjoying wine. 6:30p BEYOND THEOLOGY formed the Golden State from With a humorous and Evolving With The Bible a sleepy outpost into one of entertaining approach, host the world’s most powerful 7:00p WORLD BUSINESS Mark Phillips helps novices economies. Explore this vital navigate wine's mysteries and moment in California’s history 7:30p INSIDE WASHINGTON rituals, while also encouraging and its impact on the develop- 8:00p CELTIC THUNDER–TAKE them to trust their palettes. ment of a nation. ME HOME 8:00p LATIN MUSIC LEGENDS New songs and audience 4:00a JUBILEE Celebrate Latino artists who favorites, showcase a more Pine Mountain Railroad have had major hit songs in mature, dynamic group. the USA. 5:00a DISABILITIES TODAY 9:30p THE BEST OF RED 9:00p THE LEGACY OF OTIS 5:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE SKELTON REDDING ESMONDE TECHNIQUE See Close-up on page 13. See Close-up on page 9. 8:00a PASSPORT & PALETTE Kenn Backhaus/Painting Outdoors/Charming Forge


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3:00p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 3:30p POCOYO 4:00p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI 4:30p TOY CASTLE 5:00p CALIFORNIA’S GOLDEN PARKS San Simeon

Tuesday 11 12:00a MILLER CENTER FORUMS Intelligence Analysis And Dissemination 1:00a THERE IS A BRIDGE (R8/5 at 12:00 am) 2:00a CONVERSATION WITH... Senator David Boren

5:30p WHITE HOUSE CHRONICLE 3:00a CONVERSATIONS WITH .... Bill Mckibben 6:00p JOURNAL 4:00a CONVERSATIONS WITH... 6:30p WORLDFOCUS Henry Louis Gates 7:00p EASY THAI COOKING WITH 5:00a AFRICA TREK TOMMY TANG Valley Of The Dead 7:30p AMERICA’S TEST AFRICA TREK 5:30a SMART TRAVELS–PACIFIC KITCHEN FROM COOK’S Masai Country RIM WITH RUDY MAXA ILLUSTRATED Sydney Perfecting Pasta Sauces SMART TRAVELS–PACIFIC RIM WITH RUDY MAXA 6:00a PIANO GUY 8:00p ED SLOTT’S STAY RICH Hong Kong FOR LIFE 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING Tax expert Ed Slott with PIANO GUY DONNA ERICKSON advice for creating, managing DONNA’S DAY STARRING and keeping family wealth in 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW DONNA ERICKSON turbulent times. 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON (R 8/1 at 1:00 pm) THE GRAND VIEW

4:00a LAKE ERIE: OHIO’S GREAT LAKE Explore Lake Erie’s impact on the American “north coast” and the area’s contribution to the nation’s history and progress. 5:00a 5:30a 6:00a 6:30a 7:00a

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Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Annals of Jazz with Richard Hadlock on August 2nd at 7pm Dear Listeners, August 3rd is a special date for me. It was on August 3rd, 1959, that I managed to get through my first radio broadcast, a program I called "The Annals of Jazz." Armed with a fourth-class "restricted operations" license, I apprehensively launched my show on the two-day-old FM station, KJAZ. Pat Henry, already a widely known disc jockey, operated KJAZ out of two closet-size rooms in Berkeley. He was attempting to do what most broadcasting insiders considered impossible -- to establish and maintain an all-jazz station in the San Francisco Bay market area. It worked far better, for more than 30 years, than anyone dared predict. Pat kept his dream alive partly by trading records, equipment, travel, clothes, booze, -anything -- for commercial air time. All of us on that opening-day staff -- Wally Ray, Jeannie Blevins, Jerry Dean, Pat, myself and a few others --were expected to sell time for money or, if necessary, those oft- bartered goodies. I was not very good at the game and rarely made back daily bridge toll and parking expense. I did get a few LPs from the Yerba Buena Record Shop! In his hard-sell presentation, Pat liked to point proudly to the affluence of our 1959 FM listenership: "31% earn $7,000 or more annually; 18% earn $10,000 or more annually." (!) Among the imaginative programming ideas as KJAZ began was a lineup of weekend hosts from around the country, including Professor S.I. Hayakawa, Father Norman O'Connor, jazz writers Russ Wilson and Brick Garrigues, and DJ Leigh Kamman of KSTP, Minneapolis. In addition, there were jazz discussions, jazz news segments, a Sunday gospel show and the popular "Dinner Jazz." I think back to the pioneers of Bay Area radio jazz I have known -- folks such as Jimmy Lyons, Vivian Boarman, Phil Elwood and Pat Henry – and I remember that every one of them was a devoted jazz fan eager to share their love of music with a wide audience. They inspired me to try the same trick. And the story continues today, with all the dedicated jazz hosts on KCSM. Their support and enthusiasm cause me to think of carrying on The Annals for another 50 years! ( Well, .... ) I will be airing a special program on August 2nd, the eve of my 50th. It will honor many of those who have helped keep jazz radio alive through the years. Bless them all! I want to thank all ye faithful for these rewarding decades. There are a few among you who were listening in the KJAZ days, more who stayed the course over the 18 KQED years and many still with us after 22 years at KCSM. But even if you are a first-time listener, it is because of your support that The Annals of Jazz is alive and still kicking! Love, Richard


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I'M TALKIN' JAZZ Sunday at 8 am 8/2

Trumpeter Ellen Seeling & Saxophonist Jean Fineberg with Melanie Berzon

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Vocalist Bill Henderson with Lee Thomas

8/16 Pianist Dred Scott and Bassist Ben Rubin with Chris Cortez 8/23 Saxophonist Joshua Redman with Michael Burman 8/30 Pianist Myra Milford and Trumpeter Christy Dana with Melanie Berzon

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Turk & Lu: West Coast Classic Jazz in Concert

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From Duke Ellington to Artie Shaw: Songwriting Bandleaders of the 30s The music of Artie Shaw (pictured), Duke Ellington, and others gets the royal treatment from The Jim Cullum Jazz Band and Riverwalk’s ‘Queen of Swing,’ Rebecca Kilgore.

8/16 Chicago Reeds: The Music of Jimmy Noone, Frank Teschemacher & Benny Goodman 8/23 In the Footsteps of Giants: Trumpet Dynamo Bria Skonberg 8/30 ‘T’ is for Texas, Trombone & Teagarden The Jim Cullum Jazz Band celebrates the playing of trombonist Jack Teagarden (pictured), a self-taught musician from a small town in Texas who got his start playing for ranchers and oil-field roughnecks on the back roads of his native state; Tegarden re-invented the sound of jazz trombone in the ‘big city’ jazz scene of New York in the 1930s.

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in the moment with jim bennett Sunday at 8 pm 8/2

Art Lande Tonight, former bay area resident, pianist/drummer/spoken word artist/ composer/educator and mean anagramist Art Lande (pictured) is heard in duet performances with saxophonist Peter Sommer, recorded May 20th, 2007 at the Jazzschool in Berkeley.

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The Montclair Women’s Big Band The Monclair Women's Big Band (pictured) under the direction of Ellen Seeling, celebrating International Women's Day, in collaboration, for the very first time, with vocalist Denise Perrier, at the Jazzschool in Berkeley, March 8th, 2009. Recording Engineer: Lee Brenkman.

8/16 Frank Jackson

Bay area pianist and vocalist Frank Jackson (pictured) is heard in an 83rd birthday celebration at Yoshi's in San Francisco on December 10th, 2008, with Al Obidinski, Akira Tana and Noel Jewkes. Recording Engineer: Keith Yansurak.

8/23 Kenny Marsh and Julia Dollison Vocalists Kerry Marsh and Julia Dollison (pictured) perform music from their new project Sing the Music Of Maria Schneider, accompanied by pianist Geoffrey Keezer, at the Jazzschool in Berkeley on March 14th, 2008. Recording Engineer: Lee Brenkman.

8/30 The Billy Higgins Legacy Band The Billy Higgins Legacy Band, featuring Azar Lawrence (pictured) and Henry “the Skipper” Franklin recorded at the Palette Art Café, on June 2nd, 2009 at the 11th annual Healdsburg Jazz Festival, with Craig Handy, Kito Gamble and Myron Cohen. Special thanks to Artistic Director Jessica Felix and recording engineer Lee Brenkman.

THE JAZZ DECADES WITH RAY SMITH Sunday at 11 pm 8/2

Irving Mills' Hotsy Totsy Gang "Barbaric" Erskine Hawkins' Harlem Favorites

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Cecil Scott's Bright Boys Benny Goodman's Billboard Winners 1939

8/16 Artie Shaw on Parade of Spotlight Bands 1941 Ragtime, Hot Dance and Swing in Sweden 1937-1947 8/23 Bob Wilber's Famous Jazz Band Alex Jackson's Plantation Orchestra 8/30 Sam Lanin "Do Something" Horace Henderson's "Rhythm Crazy"

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8/10 Red Norvo

Red Norvo (pictured) is the lesser known of the two early pioneers of the vibraphone in jazz (the other is Lionel Hampton). This show looks at the multi-faceted musical career of Norvo, from his earliest experiments with avantgarde jazz, to his big bands with wife/singer Mildred Bailey, to his critically acclaimed trio with bassist Charles Mingus and guitarist Tal Farlow.

8/17 Pianist Sun Ra 8/24 Duke Ellington, Overview Part 1 8/31 Paul Desmond Alto saxophonist Paul Desmond's (pictured) (1924-1977) airy tone was just one aspect of his great artistry. He was a wholly original improviser, whose unfailing lyricism, clear logic, and advanced harmonic sense produced some of the finest solos on record, many of which were recorded during his long association with pianist Dave Brubeck. Their chemistry led to enormous success during the 50s and 60s, including one of the most popular jazz recordings of all-time, Desmond's Take Five.

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER Tuesday at 9 pm 8/4

Louis Hayes Quintet Louis Hayes’ (pictured) sense of rhythm has been the choice of the Jazz elite – Cannonball Adderley, Oscar Peterson and Woody Shaw all sought his irresistible swing. At the Stanley Kaplan Penthouse, he heads his own quintet with Eric Alexander on saxophone, Peter Bernstein on guitar, Richard Wyands on piano, and John Weber on the bass.

8/11 KC and the Count 8/18 Jazz Guitar: Django Reinhardt/Charlie Christian 8/25 Rosa Passos and Bossa Nova: Still New In 1958 the world was seduced by the Bossa Nova of Joäo Gilberto and Antonio Carlos Jobim. The romance continues today with Rosa Passos (pictured.) Her perfect pitch and delicate rhythms grace the stage of Allen Room as she pays homage to the legacy of her homeland.

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Hank Jones with guest host Bill Charlap Legendary pianist Hank Jones (pictured) was one of McPartland's first guests when she began Piano Jazz thirty years ago. To celebrate the show's milestone anniversary, McPartland asked another of her favorite pianists, Bill Charlap, to take a turn on the host's bench to catch up with Jones. The two sparkle on such duets as Oh Look at Me Now and Billy Strayhorn's Lotus Blossom.

8/12 Pianist Michel Petrucciani 8/19 Pianist Jeremy Siskind 8/26 Dave Samuels Vibes player Dave Samuels (pictured) is one of the best mallet players on the scene today. A versatile musician, Samuels has played with everyone from Stan Getz to Frank Zappa. Samuels brought along pianist Alain Mallet to perform Picture Frame, an original tune from his recent Latin Grammy-winning album with his group, the Caribbean Jazz Project. Samuels and Mallet end the hour with All the Things You Are.

JAZZSET WITH DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER Thursday at 9 pm 8/6

Frank Wess and Terell Stafford at the KC Jazz Club Trumpeter Stafford is a member of both of these quintets -his own group and NEA Jazz Master Wess's band. Terell's warm sound is one reason he is so in demand, and featured on the ballad My Old Flame. A Wess highlight is Ellington's Cottontail.

8/13 Holland, Rubalcaba, Potter and Harland at the Newport Jazz Festival 8/20 Sheila Jordan and Sophie Milman at the Kennedy Center Two vocalists get personal. Veteran Sheila Jordan sings her life story in bebop. Only in her twenties, Sophie Milman has lived in Russia, Israel and Canada—and loves to sing the classics.

8/27 Jazz Is Family at the Kennedy Center Jazz Club: Gerald Clayton Trio and Oliver Lake Quintet

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Hey Jazz Fans! Thanks for helping KCSM JAZZ 91 end its fiscal year in the black. Rest assured that for the forseeable future jazz radio will continue right here in Bay Area. A special thanks to Yoshi's Jazz House and the great pianists - Taylor Eigsti, Jon Jang, and Dr. Denny Zeitlin - for being there for us in our time of need. The struggle is not over but it’s comforting to know that jazz fans will step up to the plate and do their part to preserve America's indigenous music. Give yourselves a pat on the back and a big round of applause!

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Are you interested in the latest news and information from Jazz 91? Our web team is hard at work bringing the latest online technology to our web site in order to build the Jazz community and provide a richer experience for our listeners. We recently launched the Jazz91 Twitter, which we will use to keep you informed about what is going on at our station. http://twitter.com/kcsmjazz91 Our Jazz91 Facebook encourages communication between our on-air staff, musicians and fans of Jazz. Having reached over 1,000 members, it’s become a great resource for us that can keep our community connected. http://facebook.com/kcsmjazz91 By the time you reach this guide, we will have added several more features. For starters, we will have a Jazz 91 Blog, where you will be able to find out what our DJ’s are up to, read their stories and hear their opinions. http://kcsm.org/interact/jazz91 We are extremely excited about our brand new Jazz91 Forum! It’s a place with a positive atmosphere that allows you and other Jazz fans to have your say. We want to hear from you. What could we do to improve the station? You can chat with us and each other. We feel this will be a really important tool that will help our community grow and come together to talk Jazz. http://kcsm.org/interact/forum

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August 2009 8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING 11:00p ULTIMATE RESOURCE WITH GARY AND Follow the largest movement KATHWREN JENKINS out of poverty human history, and discover the individuals 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF and families whose entreprePAINTING neurial spirits have flourished within free, competitive 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S economies. ART 9:30a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP

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12:00a GET CARTER: FROM JFK TO THE ROLLING STONES 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH He was a Secret Service Agent while John F. Kennedy 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT was President. He was on Mick Jagger’s legal team 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC and toured with the Rolling 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED Stones. He helped pave the WITH DAVE AND CHRISTIE way for Fred Smith to turn the idea of Federal Express into 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND a reality. Discover Bill Carter and the incredible life that he 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING says he never planned. FRIENDS 1:00a MHZ WORLDVIEW 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE PRESENTS... HAUSMANN HOMICIDE SQUAD: THE 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND DOVES MAN JEWELS In Italian With English Subtitles 2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF (R 8/10 at 10:00 pm) PAINTING 3:00a EVENING WITH EARL 3:00p BIG GREEN RABBIT GRAVES 3:30p BIZ KID$ 4:00a EVENING WITH STEPHEN LEACOCK 4:00p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI 5:00a AFRICA TREK Ethiopia–Tribal Realm, 4:30p TOY CASTLE Christian Empire 5:00p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD 5:30a SMART TRAVELS–PACIFIC Swimsuits RIM WITH RUDY MAXA Queensland, Australia 5:30p WILD CHRONICLES Living With Us 6:00a PIANO GUY 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING DONNA ERICKSON 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX

7:00p FOREIGN EXCHANGE

7:00a THE GRAND VIEW

7:30p VISIONARIES Getting Ready–A Prison Program That Works

7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON

8:00p TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR MONEY NOW! See Close-up on page 13.

8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING WITH GARY AND KATHWREN JENKINS 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

11:00a SIT AND BE FIT 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTIE 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING FRIENDS 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE HAUSMANN 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 3:00p BIG GREEN RABBIT 3:30p BIZ KID$ 4:00p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI 4:30p TOY CASTLE 5:00p ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 5:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p CALIFORNIA’S WATER We All Live In A Watershed 7:30p BALANCING YOUR LIFE Celia Masyczek/Ritsouko Kamaki 8:00p NATALIE MACMASTER: BRINGING IT HOME The mesmerizing Celtic fiddler renowned for her feverish step dancing is joined by a 5-piece band. 9:30p AGELESS SKIN: SECRETS FROM DR. DENESE Dr. Denese, the founder of the Manhattan Anti-Aging Clinic, shares her comprehensive eight-week plan for repairing and rejuvenating aging skin. 11:00p GREAT CONVERSATIONS Elizabeth Gilbert And ZZ Packer

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9:30p SAVE MONEY NOW! 12:00a WILD! 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S In these difficult financial Warthog ART times, get dozens of simple The dangers multiply when and specific ways to save a family of warthogs leaves 9:30a WOODTURNING hundreds, if not thousands of its burrow in Nakuru National WORKSHOP dollars in your daily life. park, Kenya. 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH


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1:00a BUYER BE FAIR: THE PROMISE OF PRODUCT CERTIFICATION (R8/7 at 12:00 am) 2:00a CRUISER HOUSTON: OF PRIDE AND PURPOSE (R8/7 at 1:00 am) 3:00a I’M NOT NUTS: LIVING WITH FOOD ALLERGIES In recent years the word “allergy” has become a catch-all phrase. The term “food allergy” is misinterpreted as anything from a stomach ache to a rash, most often confused with a food intolerance. What many people do not understand is that food allergies are serious and can be life-threatening. Discover the misinformation people commonly have about food allergies, and learn how food allergies are something a person can live with. 4:00a ULTIMATE RESOURCE (R 8/11 at 11:00 pm) 5:00a AFRICA TREK Children Of The Blue Nile 5:30a SMART TRAVELS–PACIFIC RIM WITH RUDY MAXA New Zealand’s South Island 6:00a PIANO GUY 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING DONNA ERICKSON 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON 8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING WITH GARY AND KATHWREN JENKINS 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S ART 9:30a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC 12:00n SIMPLE WISDOM WITH IRWIN KULA 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND

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12:00a TATTOO ON MY HEART: THE WARRIORS OF WOUNDED KNEE 1973 Commemorates the 30th anniversary of the dramatic siege, through the words of the American Indian men and women who struggled for survival inside the bunkers and ravines of South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation.

5:00p P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Conservation Gardens

1:00a GET CARTER: FROM JFK TO THE ROLLING STONES (R8/12 at 12:00 am)

2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 3:00p BIG GREEN RABBIT 3:30p BIZ KID$ 4:00p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI

2:00a CLASSICAL DISCOVERY: EUNTAEK KIM AND KENTUCKY’S YOUNG MUSICIANS PERFORM 6:00p JOURNAL Seventeen year-old pianist Euntaek Kim in a moving 6:30p WORLDFOCUS performance of one of Schumann’s most favored solo 7:00p SCULLY/THE WORLD piano works: Carnaval. Also SHOW included are Euntaek Kim’s 7:30p EUROPEAN JOURNAL participation in the Gheens Great Expectations project at 8:00p VISIONS OF FRANCE: THE the Kentucky Center. RIVIERA See the sun-splashed 3:00a HEALING WITHIN Mediterranean wonderland Stress causes illness – includknown as the Cote d’Azur for ing such severe illnesses as unprecedented access to this cancer and heart disease. To playground of the rich and fight against these illnesses, famous, from the sparkling cardiologists and cancer specobalt waters of fashionable cialists have reached the same beach resorts to rugged solution: you have to beat Alpine retreats. stress, so they set up rehab programs based on exercise, 9:30p VISIONS OF GERMANY: diet and meditation. BAVARIA Discover the diversity of 4:00a GREAT CONVERSATIONS Germany’s southeastern Elizabeth Gilbert And ZZ region–from the old world Packer charm of castles, fortresses (R 8/12 at 11:00 pm) and gardens, to the bucolic 5:00a AFRICA TREK countryside for a journey Bewitching Sudan filled with royal intrigue, Alpine majesty, and charming 5:30a SMART TRAVELS–PACIFIC villages where the past has a RIM WITH RUDY MAXA constant presence. New Zealand’s North Island 11:00p THE PRIZE 6:00a PIANO GUY Follow one mother’s journey to the roof of the world to 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING DONNA ERICKSON raise awareness of the alarming rise in teen suicide 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW and depression. Monica Kalozdi dedicates her attempt 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON to reach the summit of Mt. 5:30p IT’S AN AGE THING Remaining Independent In Your Own Home

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master’s career with some of his finest performances caught on tape.

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a spiritual catalyst igniting the rise of two worldwide denominations, discover why his name has all but been removed from their histories.

9:30p ROBERT MIRABAL–MUSIC FROM A PAINTED CAVE Flutist Robert Mirabal 4:00a THE PRIZE 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S performs music that springs (R 8/13 at 11:00 pm) ART from the lively and haunting 5:00a DISABILITIES TODAY chants of his Native American 9:30a WOODTURNING ancestors, painted with a WORKSHOP 5:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE contemporary brush. ESMONDE TECHNIQUE 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 11:00p REFUSE TO CHOOSE WITH 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH BARBARA SHER! Acclaimed author and life 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT transformation coach Barbara 7:00a GARY SPETZ’S PAINTING Sher provides insight into 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC WILD PLACES! WITH a new emerging personalWATERCOLOR 12:00n SIMPLE WISDOM WITH ity type she calls scanners. Learn To Paint Placid Waters IRWIN KULA These are people who cannot choose only one activity, 7:30a ONE STROKE PAINTING 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND career or hobby for the rest WITH DONNA DEWBERRY of their lives; instead they Metals Of Honor 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING choose to do everything they FRIENDS love. Discover the many dif- 8:00a PASSPORT & PALETTE Joe Anna Arnett/Garden 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE ferent kinds of ‘scanners’ and Painting 2/Santa Fe, NM HAUSMANN what makes them tick. 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS

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1:00a TATTOO ON MY HEART: THE WARRIORS OF WOUNDED KNEE 1973 (R8/14 at 12:00 am)

3:00p SHEIRA & LOLI’S DITTYDOODLE WORKS 3:30p RAGGS 4:00p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI 4:30p SADDLE CLUB 5:00p AFRICA TREK Masai Country 5:30p CALIFORNIA’S COMMUNITIES Liberty Station 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p WORLD BUSINESS 7:30p ART WOLFE’S TRAVELS TO THE EDGE Peru: Manu 8:00p STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN LIVE: PLAY HARD & FLOOR IT! Stevie Ray Vaughan’s uniquely eclectic and fiery style sounded like no other guitarist, regardless of genre – a leading light in American blues. Follow the guitar (DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)

2:00a CHILDREN OF THE CONGO: FROM WARS TO WITCHES Over five million people have died during the past decade as a result of the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Few people are aware of the unimaginable scale of human suffering, death, and destruction that has occurred in this vast country deep in the heart of Africa. In the aftermath of this brutal war, children have endured the brunt of the suffering. Follow the plight of thousands of street children living in Kinshasa and the wide-spread accusations of child witchcraft, torture and child prostitution.

8:30a JERRY YARNELL SCHOOL OF FINE ART Sedona Canyon, Part 3 9:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING Indian Summer 9:30a MIMI’S ART STUDIO Early Morning Fishing, Watercolor 10:00a ANUNA: CELTIC ORIGINS Discover Anúna — the original vocal group in Riverdance — who has bridged the gap between classical and popular music with its pure, haunting, emotional, mystical and unusual sound. 12:00n AMERICA’S HOME COOKING: ONE SKILLET Whether slow-simmered or quickly sauteed, these hearty soups, stews and cheesy casseroles move from the stove to the table in one pan.

3:00p TURNING SETBACKS INTO COMEBACKS WITH WILLIE JOLLEY 3:00a FRISBEE: THE LIFE & Jolley shares his techniques DEATH OF A HIPPIE for overcoming life’s PREACHER challenges, and delivers Lonnie Frisbee, a seeker anecdotes, humorous insights turned Jesus freak evangelist, and stories that encourage compelled thousands toward viewers to focus and take the Christian faith during the positive action. As Jolley puts 1960s. Even though he was it, “A setback is nothing but a (DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN) setup for a comeback!”


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3:30p KNITTING DAILY Simple Style 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Signal Lights 4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Wool Applique Stitches 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p CREATIVE LIVING

6:30a WAI LANA YOGA

6:00p BLACK WRITERS IN AMERICA Tim Reid/Junot Diaz

7:00a HEALTH SENSE Menopause

6:30p BEYOND THEOLOGY A Spirituality Of Co-Creation

7:30a LIVING SMART Effective Living

7:00p WORLD BUSINESS

6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

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8:00p PINK FLOYD DARK SIDE 8:30a KATIE BROWN OF THE MOON LIVE: WORKSHOP PULSE Family The progressive rock heroes’ captivating 1994 concert 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER filmed during the Division Bell Red Fish Fly Fishing tour features the band in their 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS highest form with amazing BROUSE effects and flawless sound. Head Down 9:30p SWEET SOUL: STAX/VOLT 10:00a AMERICAN WOODSHOP REVUE–LIVE Plant And Candle Stands See Close-up on page 9.

7:30p INSIDE WASHINGTON 8:00p VISIONS OF ITALY: THE GREAT CITIES Take an aerial tour of Italy, focusing on Rome, Florence and Naples. Sites include Pompeii, Vatican City, Mount Vesuvius, Palatine Hill, Vomero Hill, Castel del Ovo, and the Basilica di San Miniato al Monte.

9:30p VISIONS OF SCOTLAND From the elegant capital city of Edinburgh to the heather-clad 10:30a WOODTURNING hills of the Highlands, from the 11:00p CELTIC THUNDER–TAKE WORKSHOP low-lying borderlands beloved ME HOME Hollowing And Slumped Glass by Robert Burns and Sir (R 8/9 at 8:00 pm) Walter Scott to the mysterious 11:00a PRIMAL GRILL WITH deeps of Loch Ness and the STEVEN RAICHLEN unday lush greens at St. Andrews Fish Without Fear golf course, and from the wild 12:30a IT’S AN AGE THING western Hebrides islands to 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA Remaining Independent In the hardy fishing ports facing Kansas City-Bbq Capital Your Own Home the North Sea, this is a thrilling 12:00n MARTIN YAN’S CHINA 1:00a ARMENIANS: A STORY OF tour of Scotland’s historic and Pingyao Treasures SURVIVAL picturesque destinations filled (R8/10 at 12:00 am) with architectural marvels and 12:30p EASY THAI COOKING WITH landscapes of incomparable TOMMY TANG 2:00a CHINA’S THREE GORGES splendor. DAM: A FLOOD OF 1:00p FOOD TRIP WITH TODD CONTROVERSY 11:00p LESSONS FOR LIFE ENGLISH Explore the increasing conflict Follow the poignant and Food Mavens Of New York between China’s economic enlightening journey of a and social development, the 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY group of high school teachers, limits of its natural resources Eggplant And Tuna Alla lawmakers and dignitaries to and energy and the global Siciliana Germany, Poland and Israel as impact of China’s Three they research the Holocaust. 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Gorges Dam. Fabric Manipulation 3:00a AMERICAN SOUTHWEST: onday 2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S ARE WE RUNNING DRY? WORKSHOP 12:00a TRANSFORMED BY FLAME: Providing a definitive look at Goats And Hookers THE GLASS ART OF how the water crisis affects FRABEL 2007 the American Southwest 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Discover the history of glass states, this program educates Sew Boutique For Kids, Part 2

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and glass art through Hans 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING FRIENDS Godo Frabel, one of the uesday founding fathers of flamework 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE 12:00a MILLER CENTER FORUMS glass art, and Havey Littleton, HAUSMANN one of the founders of furnace The Great Inflation And Its Aftermath: The Past An glass art. 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 1:00a TRANSFORMED BY 1:00a WILD! FLAME: THE GLASS ART Warthog 2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF OF FRABEL 2007 (R8/13 at 12:00 am) PAINTING (R8/17 at 12:00 am) 2:00a GLOBE TREKKER 3:00p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 2:00a COMMUNITY BUILDER: Globe Trekker Special: Great THE LIFE & LEGACY OF 3:30p POCOYO Natural Wonders J.C. NICHOLS 4:00p JIM KNOX’S WILD 3:00a FARMBOY Discover Kansas City’s most ZOOFARI The heartfelt and engaging famous land developer, Jess story of a Depression era Clyde Nichols, who built a 4:30p TOY CASTLE family farm known as Sungrand local community...and nygables and its long range changed America forever. 5:00p CALIFORNIA’S GOLDEN influence on the American PARKS 3:00a CONVERSATION WITH... dinner table and global Carpinteria State Beach James A. Baker III agriculture. 5:30p WHITE HOUSE CHRONICLE 4:00a CONVERSATIONS WITH... 4:00a THE MOTHERHOOD Robert Kagan 6:00p JOURNAL MANIFESTO Take a look at the challenges 5:00a RICK STEVES’ EUROPE 6:30p WORLDFOCUS facing working mothers in Portugal’s Heartland America and get a variety of 7:00p EASY THAI COOKING WITH ideas for solving them. 5:30a SMART TRAVELS–PACIFIC TOMMY TANG RIM WITH RUDY MAXA 5:00a AFRICA TREK 7:30p AMERICA’S TEST Mexico City And Ixtapa Destination Galilee KITCHEN FROM COOK’S 6:00a PIANO GUY ILLUSTRATED 5:30a SMART TRAVELS–PACIFIC Easy Apple Desserts RIM WITH RUDY MAXA 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING Guadalajara & Puerto Vallarta 8:00p RUTH RENDELL DONNA ERICKSON MYSTERIES 6:00a PIANO GUY 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW A Dark Blue Perfume This love story centers around 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING Mark Richardson who returns DONNA ERICKSON to his home town in search of 8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW a new life. (R 8/19 at 3:00 am) WITH GARY AND KATHWREN JENKINS 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON 9:00p RUTH RENDELL MYSTERIES 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF 8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING Front Seat PAINTING WITH GARY AND This dark comedy-drama KATHWREN JENKINS 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S focuses on a newly retired ART couple who return to their 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF home town of Westingsea. PAINTING 9:30a WOODTURNING (R 8/19 at 4:00 am) WORKSHOP 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW ART 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX PRESENTS... 9:30a WOODTURNING VARG VEUM: SLEEPING 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH WORKSHOP BEAUTY 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT In Norwegian With English 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX Subtitles 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC After extricating a young girl 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH from a life of prostitution, 12:00n SIMPLE WISDOM WITH 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT private investigator becomes IRWIN KULA ensnared in a tangle of paren11:30a BODY ELECTRIC 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND tal neglect, love gone wrong murder, and the city's most 12:00n SIMPLE WISDOM WITH 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING dangerous dope dealers. IRWIN KULA FRIENDS 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE HAUSMANN

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12:00a ULTIMATE RESOURCE (R 8/11 at 11:00 pm)

3:00p SHEIRA & LOLI’S DITTYDOODLE WORKS

1:00a MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... VARG VEUM: SLEEPING BEAUTY In Norwegian With English Subtitles (R 8/17 at 10:00 pm)

3:30p RAGGS

3:00a RUTH RENDELL MYSTERIES A Dark Blue Perfume (R 8/17 at 8:00 pm)

6:00p JOURNAL

4:00a RUTH RENDELL MYSTERIES Front Seat (R 8/17 at 9:00 pm) 5:00a RICK STEVES’ EUROPE Paris: Grand & Intimate 5:30a TRAVELSCOPE Manzanillo, Mexico & The Costa Alegre 6:00a PIANO GUY 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING DONNA ERICKSON 7:00a 7:30a 8:00a 8:30a

4:00p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI 4:30p TOY CASTLE 5:00p ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 5:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p CALIFORNIA’S WATER Desalting Water 7:30p BALANCING YOUR LIFE Elizabeth Murray 8:00p ALIVE FROM POPTECH Discover what happens when some of the world’s most remarkable thinkers, scientists and technologists come together to examine the frontiers of human knowledge, exploration and experience.

9:00p CURE Get a dramatic insider’s view into the search for eradicating THE GRAND VIEW heart disease—a disease previPAINTING WITH PAULSON ously thought to be incurable. BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING 10:00p IMAGINING ROBERT: MY WITH GARY AND BROTHER, MADNESS AND KATHWREN JENKINS SURVIVAL: A MEMOIR (R 8/21 at 3:00 am) BEST OF THE JOY OF See Close-up on page 13. PAINTING

9:00p COLLEGE TRACK College–What Do You Expect? Discover why setting high expectations for all students is important, particularly for young people who do not come from a college-bound culture. (R 8/20 at 2:00 am) See Close-up on page 5.

9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S 11:00p GREAT CONVERSATIONS Michael Kinsley And James ART Surowiecki 9:30a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP hursday

10:00p COLLEGE TRACK Getting Through Examine how high expectations and rigorous academic preparation can help underserved students overcome hurdles and succeed in college. (R 8/20 at 3:00 am) See Close-up on page 5.

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11:00p VOICES OF CSM (R 8/20 at 4:00 am) See Close-up on page 5.

10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX

10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT 12:00n SIMPLE WISDOM WITH IRWIN KULA 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING FRIENDS 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE HAUSMANN 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS

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6:00p JOURNAL

5:00a RICK STEVES’ EUROPE South England; Dover To Lands’ End

7:00p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW

6:30p WORLDFOCUS

7:30p EUROPEAN JOURNAL

5:30a TRAVELSCOPE Flathead Valley, Montana

6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING DONNA ERICKSON 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON 8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING WITH GARY AND KATHWREN JENKINS

8:00p ISLAM VS. ISLAMISTS: VOICES FROM MUSLIM 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF CENTER 6:00a PIANO GUY PAINTING Follow-Up Discussion Looks at the moderate Muslim 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S DONNA ERICKSON voices that are being disparART aged in their own religion. 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW 9:30a WOODSMITH SHOP 9:30p WHOSE CHILDREN ARE 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON THESE? 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX Get a gripping view into 8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH the world of three Muslim WITH GARY AND teenagers affected by post KATHWREN JENKINS 9/11 domestic anti-terrorism 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF security measures. 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC PAINTING 10:00p TOUCH OF BEIJING 12:00n SIMPLE WISDOM WITH 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S Actor Jackie Chan hosts IRWIN KULA ART an-depth look at the city that 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND hosted the 2008 Summer 9:30a WOODTURNING Olympic Games. WORKSHOP 1:00p QUILT IN A DAY 11:00p WHAT COLOR IS THE 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX NEWS?: THE COVERAGE 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE HAUSMANN OF RACE IN AMERICA 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH Journalists from all over the 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT country come together to JEWELS discuss a series of hypotheti11:30a BODY ELECTRIC cal situations involving race, 2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING and the debate surrounding 12:00n SIMPLE WISDOM WITH how and why news events are IRWIN KULA 3:00p SHEIRA & LOLI’S reported. DITTYDOODLE WORKS 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 3:30p RAGGS riday 1:00p KAYE’S QUILTING FRIENDS 4:00p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI 12:00a ALIVE FROM POPTECH 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE (R 8/19 at 8:00 pm) 4:30p SADDLE CLUB HAUSMANN 1:00a CURE 5:00p AFRICA TREK 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND (R 8/19 at 9:00 pm) JEWELS 5:30p CALIFORNIA’S 2:00a ALIVE FROM POPTECH COMMUNITIES 2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF (R 8/19 at 8:00 pm) Las Brisas PAINTING 3:00a IMAGINING ROBERT: MY 6:00p JOURNAL 3:00p SHEIRA & LOLI’S BROTHER, MADNESS AND DITTYDOODLE WORKS 6:30p WORLDFOCUS SURVIVAL: A MEMOIR (R 8/19 at 10:00 pm) 3:30p RAGGS 7:00p WORLD BUSINESS See Close-up on page 13. 4:00p JIM KNOX’S WILD 4:00a GREAT CONVERSATIONS 7:30p ART WOLFE’S TRAVELS ZOOFARI TO THE EDGE Michael Kinsley And James Kenya: Masai Mara And El Surowiecki 4:30p BIZ KID$ Karama 5:00a RICK STEVES’ EUROPE 5:00p P. ALLEN SMITH’S Heart Of England And South 8:00p LIQUID STAGE: THE LURE GARDEN HOME OF SURFING Wales Wisdom And Beauty (R 8/23 at 1:00 am) See Close-up on page 12. 5:30a TRAVELSCOPE 5:30p IT’S AN AGE THING New Brunswick, Canada Multiple Generations Living Together 6:00a PIANO GUY

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9:00p TORTURING DEMOCRACY 5:30a TRAVELSCOPE (R 8/27 at 2:00 am) Santa Ynez Valley, California See Close-up on page 12. 7:00p EASY THAI COOKING WITH 6:00a PIANO GUY TOMMY TANG 10:30p FORSAKEN FIELDS 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING 7:30p AMERICA’S TEST Emmy award-winning journalist DONNA ERICKSON KITCHEN FROM COOK’S Jan Yanehiro honors the ILLUSTRATED Japanese-Americans who 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW One Great Thanksgiving helped build California agriculture and explores the racism 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON 8:00p RUTH RENDELL and intolerance that gripped MYSTERIES 8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING the country after the bombing Bribery And Corruption, Part 1 WITH GARY AND of Pearl Harbor in 1941. Nicholas Hawthorne has KATHWREN JENKINS a secret crush on his boss 11:00p IN THE CHECKLIST OF LIFE Julius Sorensen’s wife. After 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF People plan their daily lives, PAINTING Nicholas is laid off, he spots careers, vacations and retirehis former boss with another ments with great precision, but 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S woman, and then his wife many stop there, leaving loved ART turns up dead. ones to make the difficult ar(R 8/26 at 3:00 am) rangements after a death. Get 9:30a WOODSMITH SHOP advice on how one can ensure 9:00p RUTH RENDELL 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH that their financial and personal MYSTERIES affairs are in order. Bribery And Corruption, Part 2 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT Nicholas learns his father had an affair with Sorenson’s wife, 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC ednesday as police continue to search 12:00n SIMPLE WISDOM WITH 12:00a FINAL HOURS: AMELIA for her killer. IRWIN KULA EARHART’S LAST FLIGHT (R 8/26 at 4:00 am) (R 8/23 at 9:00 pm) 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW 1:00a MHZ WORLDVIEW 1:00p QUILT IN A DAY PRESENTS... PRESENTS... THE TRICKSTERS 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE THE TRICKSTERS In Swedish With English HAUSMANN In Swedish With English Subtitles Subtitles A farmer is kicked to death by 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND (R 8/24 at 10:00 pm) his favorite horse - which the JEWELS horse breeder says is impos3:00a RUTH RENDELL MYSTERIES sible. Further investigation 2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF Bribery And Corruption, Part 1 PAINTING leads to a mysterious woman, (R 8/24 at 8:00 pm) and an emptied bank account. 3:00p SHEIRA & LOLI’S 4:00a RUTH RENDELL MYSTERIES DITTYDOODLE WORKS Bribery And Corruption, Part 2 uesday (R 8/24 at 9:00 pm) 3:30p RAGGS 12:00a MILLER CENTER FORUMS 4:00p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI 5:00a RICK STEVES’ EUROPE An Open, Civilized World Scotland’s Islands And 4:30p TOY CASTLE Highlands 1:00a PRANGE & PEARL HARBOR: A MAGNIFICENT 5:00p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD 5:30a TRAVELSCOPE OBSESSION Water Car Newfoundland–Winter/Summer (R 8/23 at 8:00 pm) 5:30p WILD CHRONICLES 6:00a PIANO GUY 2:00a FINAL HOURS: AMELIA Rescue EARHART’S LAST FLIGHT 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING (R 8/23 at 9:00 pm) 6:00p JOURNAL DONNA ERICKSON 6:30p WORLDFOCUS

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9:00p AFRAID OF PEOPLE Follows the lives of several extraordinary people who have been diagnosed with 8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING social anxiety disorder, the WITH GARY AND challenges they face, and KATHWREN JENKINS treatment available. Narrated 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF by Donny Osmond. PAINTING 10:00p RIGHT TO RISK: A 15 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER DAY JOURNEY THROUGH ARIZONA’S GRAND 9:30a WOODSMITH SHOP CANYON Eight individuals with 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX disabilities and their guides face the daunting challenges 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH of rafting down 225 miles 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT of the Colorado River amid the wilderness of the Grand 11:30a BODY ELECTRIC Canyon. As they proceed downriver, the adventure 12:00n SIMPLE WISDOM WITH IRWIN KULA becomes a life-affirming journey and an opportunity for 12:30p AMERICA’S HEARTLAND reflection. 1:00p QUILT IN A DAY 11:00p GREAT CONVERSATIONS John Updike And Robert 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE Siegel HAUSMANN

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5:30p IT’S AN AGE THING Retirement Communities 2:00a TORTURING DEMOCRACY SEEMORE’S PLAYHOUSE 6:00p JOURNAL (R 8/25 at 9:00 pm) See Close-up on page 12. TOY CASTLE 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 3:30a FORSAKEN FIELDS ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:00p SCULLY/THE WORLD (R8/25 at 10:30p) SHOW AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 4:00a IN THE CHECKLIST OF 7:30p EUROPEAN JOURNAL LIFE JOURNAL (R8/25 at 11:00 pm) 8:00p INSIDE THE HERMIT WORLDFOCUS KINGDOM 5:00a RICK STEVES’ EUROPE The Hermit Kingdom is a Surprising Bulgaria CALIFORNIA’S WATER term often used by North Sacramento Valley–Working Koreans to describe their 5:30a TRAVELSCOPE Together Churchill’s Beluga Whales nation. Its current isolation is And Polar Bears BALANCING YOUR LIFE no accident, but a tradition Maria Blanco/Lynn Reiser going back hundreds, perhaps 6:00a PIANO GUY thousands of years. From the AMERICAN VALUES: U.S. perspective its leader, AMERICAN WILDERNESS 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING Kim Jong-Il, is a dangerous DONNA ERICKSON From the Arctic to the Evernuclear-armed loose cannon; glades, wilderness is a haven 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW the Bush administration confor animals, a source of clean siders the country part of the water and air and a challeng- 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON “axis of evil.” Take a rare look ing place which can inspire at North Korea, tracing the 8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING profound personal growth. current crisis to its historical WITH GARY AND Meet a variety of citizens who roots as told by people who KATHWREN JENKINS share a deep love of nature. lived through its terrors. 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

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August 2009 9:00p BRIDGE TO CUBA Politics had kept the American and Cuban people apart for more than four decades. But now a compassion for those in need and a love of the ea is changing that as Cuban and United States citizens forge friendships despite the obstacles imposed by their governments.

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11:00p JIM WILSON AND FRIENDS: A PLACE IN MY HEART AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE An entertaining hour of Celtic/ HAUSMANN pop music featuring pianist Jim Wilson and musical BEADS, BAUBLES AND guests Irish-flute player, Eric JEWELS Rigler, Los Angeles-based string ensemble Bella Musica, BEST OF THE JOY OF and Italian classical-pop rePAINTING cording artist Romina Arena. SHEIRA & LOLI’S DITTYDOODLE WORKS

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3:00a RIGHT TO RISK: A 15 DAY JOURNEY THROUGH ARIZONA’S GRAND CANYON (R 8/26 at 10:00 pm)

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6:00p JOURNAL 7:00p WORLD BUSINESS 7:30p ART WOLFE’S TRAVELS TO THE EDGE Patagonia: Mt. Fitz Roy 8:00p 2009 SPOTLIGHT! HIGH SCHOOL FESTIVAL AWARDS (R 8/30 at 1:00 am) See Close-up on page 13.

9:00p HOLLYWOOD: RICHMOND’S GARDEN CEMETERY 6:30a DONNA’S DAY STARRING Richmond’s Hollywood DONNA ERICKSON Cemetery, so named because of the proliferation of holly 7:00a THE GRAND VIEW trees on its grounds, is a 7:30a PAINTING WITH PAULSON park-like green space with winding roads and paths, 8:00a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING indigenous trees and shrubWITH GARY AND bery, and a commanding KATHWREN JENKINS view of the James River. It is also a historical treasure: 8:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF the final resting place for PAINTING two U.S. presidents, the 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER only Confederate president, several Confederate generals, 9:30a WOODSMITH SHOP a Supreme Court justice, and numerous writers and local 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX celebrities. 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH 6:00a PIANO GUY

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4:00a JIM WILSON AND FRIENDS: A PLACE IN MY HEART (R 8/28 at 11:00 pm)

8:00p WILD! The Secret Of Cats 5:00a DISABILITIES TODAY An intimate portrait of nature’s big cats uncovers the secrets 5:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE 10:00a GARDEN SMART ESMONDE TECHNIQUE of lions, tigers, pumas and Plant Propagation more. 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 10:30a P. ALLEN SMITH’S 9:00p GLOBE TREKKER 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA GARDEN HOME Spanish Islands Garden Home Lifestyle Discover the ancient caves 7:00a HEALTH SENSE Arthritis of the Canary Islands and 11:00a CHRISTINA COOKS the Tiede volcano and swim It’s A Guy Thing 7:30a LIVING SMART alongside a whale. Healing Men 11:30a DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY 10:00p SWISS RAIL JOURNEYS VEGETARIAN 8:00a CREATIVE LIVING Jungfrau Railways, Pt. 2 Comfort Food The Jungfrau travels to Lau- 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP 12:00n ZONYA’S HEALTH BITES terbrunnen and the summit Veggies Sucker-Proofing Your Pantry station. 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER 12:30p SARA’S WEEKNIGHT 11:00p MOUNTAIN TOP REMOVAL World Record Fly Fishing MEALS Throughout the southern Shop And Serve 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS Appalachia Mountains, top BROUSE removal coal mining is on the 1:00p NEW SCANDINAVIAN Backing rise, and the process literally COOKING WITH CLAUS changes the geology of the MEYER 10:00a AMERICAN WOODSHOP region. Citizens negatively Waters Of Shells Coat Hall Tree With Built In impacted by the resulting Bench 1:30p MEXICO–ONE PLATE AT A flooding, pollution, and TIME WITH RICK BAYLESS destruction of their homes are 10:30a WOODTURNING Ice Cream Social Skills fighting back to oppose big WORKSHOP coals impact on their lives and Green Wood Goblet 2:00p REAL FAMILIES, REAL communities. ANSWERS 11:00a PRIMAL GRILL WITH STEVEN RAICHLEN 2:30p HEARTBEAT TO unday Shoulders And Butts HEARTBEAT: WOMEN AND HEART DISEASE 12:00a TWO RIVERS 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA RECONCILIATION Coast-To-Coast BBQ 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD Some 10 years ago, almost Japan’s Meitetsu Railroad 12:00n MARTIN YAN’S CHINA by accident, a handful of Secrets Of Xian whites and Native Americans 3:30p LAND OF THE DRAGON in the Northwest began Partying With The Miao 12:30p EASY THAI COOKING WITH meeting together to find out TOMMY TANG 4:00p SWISS RAIL JOURNEYS why relationships between Bernina Express them are virtually nonexistent 1:00p FOOD TRIP WITH TODD ENGLISH outside of the courtroom. 5:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS Tucson: La Comida Mexicana Follow their discoveries, as WITH PATRICK MCMILLAN they grappled with the radical Low-Country Character– differences between the two 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY Preserving Spring Island Stack Those Cannoli cultures. 5:30p PASSPORT & PALETTE 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM 1:00a 2009 SPOTLIGHT! HIGH Joe Anna Arnett/Garden Raw Edge Applique With SCHOOL FESTIVAL Painting 1/Neons-Sur-Creuse Quilting (R 8/28 at 8:00 pm) 6:00p FARMERS’ ALMANAC TV 2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S Paul Bunyun, Organic Seed 2:00a HOLLYWOOD: WORKSHOP RICHMOND’S GARDEN Cultivation And Savory Lamb New Beginnings CEMETERY Stew (R 8/28 at 9:00 pm) 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY 6:30p EQUITREKKING Cosmopolitan Sewing, Part 2 3:00a BOOGIE & THE BLUES Hawaii’s Big Island DIVA: 2004 MOTOR CITY 3:30p KNITTING DAILY BOOGIE WOOGIE & BLUES 7:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS Socks Innovations FESTIVAL WITH PATRICK MCMILLAN 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY (R 8/28 at 10:00 pm) California’s White Mountains– Liberty Star Ancient History See Close-up on page 9. 9:30a LOVE TO PAINT WITH MIMI Winslow Homer

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August 2009 4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Fabric Bowls With Joyce Drexler 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p CREATIVE LIVING 6:00p GREAT DECISIONS Media In The Middle East 6:30p BEYOND THEOLOGY Mysticism And The Perennial Philosophy 7:00p WORLD BUSINESS 7:30p INSIDE WASHINGTON

11:00p CULTURE OF HATE: WHO ARE WE? An in-depth portrait of San Diego’s “white power” kids, distilled from more than 100 hours of interviews. These firsthand accounts reach far beyond the “killer kid” or skinhead personas so often portrayed to reveal an unprecedented glimpse into the lives of these troubled youths.

Monday 31 12:00a WATER’S EDGE: PROFITS AND POLICY BEHIND THE RISING CATASTROPHE OF FLOODS Who makes money from floods? Who benefits from building in harm’s way? And why are flood disasters growing with no end in sight? Follow this well-researched critique of the systematic failures behind the deadliest and costliest disasters.

8:00p DESEGREGATION: A DREAM DELAYED Follow an investigation into the failure of school desegregation in Louisiana, the venue of the oldest federal desegregation lawsuit in United States history. Explore the complex and multi-layered reasons behind the long-delayed melding of races and cultures in public schools including its 1:00a WILD! recent conclusions. The Nature Of Aggression 9:00p BLACK/WHITE & BROWN: 2:00a GLOBE TREKKER BROWN VERSUS THE Spanish Islands BOARD OF EDUCATION OF (R 8/29 at 9:00 pm) TOPEKA On May 17, 1954, the U.S. 3:00a SWISS RAIL JOURNEYS Supreme Court issued its Jungfrau Railways, Pt. 2 ruling in the case of Brown (R 8/29 at 10:00 pm) vs. the Board of Education 4:00a MOUNTAIN TOP REMOVAL of Topeka, Kansas. This (R 8/29 at 11:00 pm) momentous Supreme Court decision focused 5:00a RICK STEVES’ EUROPE national attention on the Eastern Turkey practice of maintaining racially segregated public schools. 5:30a TRAVELSCOPE The documentary presents The Islands Of Malaysia the stories of the individuals, 6:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW events and circumstances that converged as the wheels 6:30a BUSINESS AND THE LAW of the legal system were set in motion. 7:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 10:00p HERITAGE OR HATE? Examine the bitter debate surrounding the use of the Confederate flag in communities throughout the South, seen through the eyes of preservationists of Southern heritage and culture and those, including many African Americans, who believe the Confederate flag symbolizes racist attitudes.

7:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 8:00a DESTINOS 8:30a DESTINOS 9:00a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT 9:30a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT 10:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 10:30a CLASSICAL STRETCH 11:00a SIT AND BE FIT

11:30a BODY ELECTRIC 12:00n EARTH REVEALED 12:30p EARTH REVEALED 1:00p QUILT IN A DAY 1:30p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE HAUSMANN 2:00p BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 2:30p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 3:00p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 3:30p POCOYO 4:00p SEEMORE’S PLAYHOUSE 4:30p TOY CASTLE 5:00p CALIFORNIA’S GOLDEN PARKS Ahjumawi 5:30p WHITE HOUSE CHRONICLE 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p EASY THAI COOKING WITH TOMMY TANG 7:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Soups Of The Day 8:00p RUTH RENDELL MYSTERIES May And June–Part One The funeral of William Symonds unites his wife Jane and her unmarried sister Mary after years of estrangement. 9:00p RUTH RENDELL MYSTERIES May And June–Part Two Can May really ‘bury the hatchet’ or does she have something more sinister in mind for June. 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... SCENE OF THE CRIME: ODIN'S REVENGE In German With English Subtitles Someone is hunting down skinheads, shooting one after another without leaving any traces. The investigation leads to a possible revenge motive, or is someone trying to put the police on the wrong track?


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