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On The Cover July 2011 As we look toward celebrating our nation and how we got to where we are, KCSM TV will present several programs that celebrate us! Tim Janis: Beautiful America (Saturday, July 2 at 8:30pm) shows us the beauty of this land that we live in. If you haven't been able to travel, tune in from the comfort of your couch and see some our magnificent sites. Questioning The Constitution (Sunday, July 3 at 8:00pm) looks at the document upon which we are governed, and examines whether or not it can —or should —be updated. Marina at West Point: Unity Through Diversity (Monday, July 4 at 8:30pm) features the West Point Cadets and Glee Club singing some of our most patriotic melodies. Long Shadows: The Legacy of the American Civil War (Sunday, July 17 at 8:00pm) explores the ways in which the American Civil War can still be felt today, nearly 150 years after the last shot was fired. Have a safe and happy 4th of July!

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Highlights Tim Janis: Beautiful America

George Clooney narrates this breathtaking special which celebrates the natural beauty of the United States' National Parks. A montage of stirring imagery such as aerial footage from Acadia, Great Smokey Mountain, Grand Canyon, Mount Rainier and Yosemite are combined with a lush instrumental score performed by composer Tim Janis and his 14-piece concert ensemble. Saturday, July 2 at 8:30 pm

Questioning the Constitution For more than 200 years, the United States Constitution, a document dictating a representative government by the people and for the people has served as the foundation for the country and its citizens. Explore the development and structure of the Constitution, its various interpretations and the debate surrounding its possible reformation. Also addressed are some of the compromises and problematic aspects of the Constitution, including its stance on equal opportunity for women and civil rights for racial and ethnic minorities. Sunday, July 3 at 8:00 pm

Burt Wolf: Taste of Freedom Every year on the 4th of July the USA celebrates Independence Day. Communities from coast to coast commemorate the day in 1776 when the Continental Congress proclaimed America's freedom from British rule. Join Burt Wolf for a fascinating trip to Boston where the American Revolution began, witness the spot where the Declaration of Independence was first read to the citizens of Boston, discover why the town of Gloucester thinks its parade is horrible, and enjoy one of the best firework shows in the world. Monday, July 4 at 8:00 pm

Marina at West Point: Unity Through Diversity The Yugoslavian-born virtuoso artist performs alongside the highly acclaimed West Point Band and West Point Cadet Glee Club. Filmed at West Point's historic Eisenhower Hall, celebrate the strength of America's unique cultural, racial and religious diversity with performances that include stirring arrangements of well-known patriotic melodies "The Stars and Stripes Forever" and "America the Beautiful" in addition to dramatic orchestrations of Marina's original compositions. Monday, July 4 at 8:30 pm


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Clearing the Smoke: The Science of Cannabis

Medical Marijuana laws have been the subject of intense controversy and criticism. While the media has covered the social issues well, there has been little discussion about the science. Discover how cannabis acts on the brain and in the body to treat nausea, pain, epilepsy and potentially even cancer. Extensive interviews with patients, doctors, researchers and skeptics detail the promises and the limitations of medicinal cannabis. Also detailed is the government restrictions and financial difficulties of doing research on the plant. Tuesday, July 5 at 9:00 pm

Growing a Greener World

Combining the expertise and engaging styles of veteran television host and nationally recognized authority on gardening and sustainability, Joe Lamp'l (a.k.a. joe gardener), with the "Most Watched Gardening Personality on the Web," Garden Girl Patti Moreno, each episode contains one compelling feature story and one how-to segment for growing your own food, followed by a segment with chef Nathan Lyon (A Lyon in the Kitchen) who uses fresh-from-the-garden fruit, vegetables or herbs to create simple and delicious dishes.

Saturday, July 9 at 10:30 pm

No Textbook Answer: Communities Confront the Achievement Gap

Follow the story of seven communities around the country that realized that their minority and low-income children were falling significantly behind their white and affluent counterparts in school. Community members began to think about what they could do on their own, as a community, without waiting for a state or federal agency to provide funding to close the gap. Follow the amazing transformation that can be made when communities decide to be the change they've been waiting for. Thursday, July 7 at 8:00 pm

Long Shadows: The Legacy of the American Civil War

The American Civil War was the most cataclysmic event in American history—600,000 deaths, ruined cities, scorched countryside, and social revolution. Explore the ways in which the echoes of the Civil War can still be felt in American society: from politics to economics, from civil rights to foreign policy, from individual to collective memory, from South to North to West. Discover the nature of History in our national and personal lives—the past as prologue. Sunday, July 17 at 8:00 pm


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Friday 1 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a CREATIVE LIVING 7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Come On In! 8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Subtle Screens 8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT

6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p LA PLAZA—MARIA HINOJOSA: ONE-ON-ONE Ray Suarez 7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Sturgeon’s Mill

our most pressing global issues from the environment to the economy and offers scientific and social solutions that are sure to provoke, engage and incite change. (R 7/1 at 5:00a) 8:00a PAINT THIS WITH JERRY YARNELL Starry, Starry Night, Part 2

8:00p NEW RED GREEN SHOW III 8:30a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING The Auto Club WITH GARY AND KATHWREN The men of the Lodge form an JENKINS auto club to make money servicForest Falls ing other people’s vehicles. (R 7/2 at 2:00a) 9:00a ART 2 ART 8:30p YOUTH CINEMA

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9:00p SUN STUDIO SESSIONS 10:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH Singer/songwriter Amy LaVere HOME combines classic country, gypse The Rose Show 10:30a KNITTING DAILY jazz and southern soul. All About Alpacas (R 7/2 at 3:00a) 10:30a B ORGANIC WITH MICHELE BESCHEN 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND 9:30p EBERT PRESENTS AT THE Looking Good That Feels Good JEWELS MOVIES 11:00a AMERICA’S HOME COOKING: 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM ONE SKILLET Serger Pleating And Smocking 10:00p OFFICIAL BEST OF FEST Friendship The film Teeth is about 2:00p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY friendship and dentures. A girl HAUSMANN MIND outgrows her imaginary friend Deconstructed Garment Sewing Diabetes, Obesity And in Celamy. Cardiovascular Risk 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES 10:30p ART THROUGH TIME: A Milestones Or Achievements 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN GLOBAL VIEW FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD Domestic Life Cookie Jar Favorites Strasburg Railroading Art has figured prominently in domestic life, from furniture and 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY tapestries to bowls and baskets. 3:30p CURIOSITY QUEST The Catanzaro In The Chicken Challenge Course (R 7/2 at 4:30a) 1:30p SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS 4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS 11:00p ONE STEP BEYOND Meat Entrees To Know The End 4:30p THE BAY TODAY 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF A man vacations after being PAINTING acquitted of murdering his wife 5:00p EBERT PRESENTS AT THE and sees a horrifying vision of MOVIES 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF his future. (R 7/2 at 5:00a) QUILTING 5:30p BURT WOLF: TRAVELS & Churn Dash & Pinwheel 11:30p THEATER TALK TRADITIONS The Shrine Of Guadalupe 3:00p SIMPLY MING Shaoxing And Figs aturday 6:00p WILD PHOTO ADVENTURES Florida Everglades, Part 2 3:30p BAKE DECORATE 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT CELEBRATE! 6:30p AUTOLINE International 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00p TRAVELSCOPE 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES Fiji—Island Hopping 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH GREEN Food Rescue 7:30p ROAD TRIP 7:30a BETWEEN THE LINES WITH Riverside BARRY KIBRICK 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR Rebecca Costa (Socio-Biologist) KIDS 8:30p TIM JANIS: BEAUTIFUL The Watchman’s Rattle Animals—Vertebrates— AMERICA Rebecca Costa is a SocioAmphibians See Close-up on page 4. Biologist whose expertise is spotting emerging trends and 5:00p PIANO GUY how they relate to human evolution. With her book, The Watch5:30p BIZ KID$ man’s Rattle, Rebecca confronts Building Your Business Online

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10:00p ROADTRIP NATION 1:30p NICK STELLINO COOKING The team visits a Maori WITH FRIENDS museum, Chef Kate Fay, Italian Desserts hip-hop musician Tiki Taane 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM and organic winemakers. (R 7/3 Bias Bindings at 4:00a)

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2:30p PAINT, PAPER AND CRAFTS 10:30p MUSIC VOYAGER Knitting Know How The New Medellin Tour a local hip-hop school and 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY an inventive restaurant in CoSew-Green Makeovers—Part 2 lumbia’s thriving city of Medellin. (R 7/3 at 4:30a) 3:30p KNITTING DAILY Chase The Chill 11:00p OUT OF IRELAND—WEEKLY

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4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Bank Barn & Flying Kite

11:30p INNERVIEWS WITH ERNIE MANOUSE Wynonna 4:30p GARDEN SMART A conversation with the talented and successful country music 5:00p PIANO GUY superstar, Wynonna Judd. (R 5:30p SECOND OPINION 7/3 at 5:30a) Spinal Cord Injury

Sunday 3 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 7:30a HEALING QUEST 8:00a LEADING GEN 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Farm Stand 9:00a MY GENERATION Quiet Heroes 9:30a INSIDE E STREET Walk On The Safe Side 10:00a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP Mortar And Pestle 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP Window Bench 11:00a TRUTH ABOUT MONEY WITH RIC EDELMAN 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA Uruguay, Montevideo 12:00n NEW JEWISH CUISINE WITH JEFF NATHAN Eat Your Vegetables!

6:00p INSIDE WASHINGTON 6:30p EUROMAXX 7:00p ASIA BIZ FORECAST 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLDEN PARKS Pio Pico 8:00p QUESTIONING THE CONSTITUTION See Close-up on page 4.

9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:30a KNITTING DAILY Charity Projects 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Easy Ruffles 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND Advanced Prostate Cancer And Bone Loss 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Kansas City Barbecue 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Casseroling In Sardegna 1:30p SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS Mexican Made Easy 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Pantographs For Longarm Quilting

9:00p BORN TO BE OUR CHILDREN: ROMANIAN ADOPTION 3:00p SIMPLY MING STORIES Sushi Rice And White Wine College of San Mateo’s student filmmaker Alex King tells a 3:30p BAKE DECORATE chilling story of his own journey CELEBRATE! from a Romanian orphanage to Bug Off! his new life in the San Francisco 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES Bay Area. (R 7/4 at 3:00a) GREEN 11:00p MILLER CENTER FORUMS Green Toys T.R. Reid—A Global Quest For 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR Better, Cheaper, And Fairer KIDS Health Care Animals—Vertebrates—Fish Examine how the health systems of other major industrialized countries compare to the 5:00p PIANO GUY United States’ system in cost, 5:30p BIZ KID$ quality, delivery, and service. Financial Institutions—All The Same?

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12:30p TASTE OF LOUISIANA WITH CHEF JOHN FOLSE & CO.— 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ LOUISIANA COOKING WITH A CHANGE OF HEART 7:00a CREATIVE LIVING Cajun-Fried Alligator Tail/ 7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Labranche Greening Your Garden 1:00p CHEF JOHN BESH’S NEW 8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN ORLEANS HOME Music And Daffodils

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3:00p SIMPLY MING Hoisin And Tomatoes

7:00a CREATIVE LIVING 7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Antique Market

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! For The Birds 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES GREEN Algalita

10:00p INTERNATIONAL MYSTERY DONNA LEON: COMMISSARIO GUIDO BRUNE – VENDETTA 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS In German with English subtitles Animals—Vertebrates— Venice’s Inspector Brunetti must Mammals crack a murderous human-traffic ring run by the cream of Vene5:00p PIANO GUY tian society. (R 7/5 at 4:00a) 5:30p BIZ KID$ How Credit Affects Your Life uesday

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6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p BAY AREA VISTA

8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Kindred Spirits 8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNITTING DAILY Go Global 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Sewing Machine Needles— Needle Specifics

7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Bodie 8:00p AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS Explore the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and other the protected wilderness and recreational areas. (R 7/6 at 2:00a, 7/30 at 9:00p, 7/31 at 3:00a) 9:00p CLEARING THE SMOKE: THE SCIENCE OF CANNABIS See Close-up on page 5. (R 7/6 at 3:00a)

12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND The Science Of Multiple Sclerosis 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Coffeehouse Treats 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Fishing For Tuna In Genova 1:30p SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS Italian

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF 10:00p BAG IT PAINTING “Everyman” Jeb Berrier embarks on a global tour to unravel the 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF complexities of our plastic world. JEWELS QUILTING (R 7/6 at 4:00a) Triangle Boot Camp 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM 11:00p OVERHEARD WITH EVAN Embellishing With Fonts 3:00p SIMPLY MING SMITH Wonton Wrapper/Parsley 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY Robert Kennedy, Jr.— MIND Environmental Activist 3:30p BAKE DECORATE Gaucher Disease: A Mysterious Delve into the work of Robert CELEBRATE! Genetic Disorder F. Kennedy, Jr., who uses his Birds And Butterflies skill as a lawyer to work as a 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES high-powered and high-profile FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED GREEN environmentalist both in the US French Classics Patagonia and abroad. 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR 11:30p INNER COMPASS The Liquid Marriage KIDS The Power Of Writing Animals—Vertebrates— Novelist Wally Lamb tried 1:30p SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS Mammals—Herbivores teaching prisoners to write. Poultry Dinner Their compelling stories are now 5:00p PIANO GUY published. 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30p BIZ KID$ The Art Of Negotiation ednesday 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING 6:00p JOURNAL 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ In A Clutch 6:30p MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

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7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Organic Gardening For The Kitchen 8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Craving Color

8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE The Last Flight A British World War I fighter pilot 8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND lands his Nieuport biplane on BODY a 1959 American airbase after 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX flying through a strange cloud. 8:30p CONNECT

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9:30p NEW MADRID SEISMIC ZONE: RUMBLINGS OF IMMINENCE Nearly 200 years ago, a series of earthquakes emanating from the Midwest rocked North America. It is impossible to predict when another major quake might occur, but we do know that the Midwest is ill prepared and much work needs to be done to avoid a major catastrophe. (R 7/7 at 3:30a)

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10:00p SURVIVAL: LIVES IN THE BALANCE The Struggle To Breathe (Philippines) 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY In the Philippines, every day MIND people are being training to help Living With Migraines parents recognize pneumonia in time to provide life-saving 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN treatment. (R 7/8 at 4:00a) 10:00p GATHERING OF MUSTANGS FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED AND LEGENDS: Asian Take-Out At Home 11:00p BETWEEN THE LINES WITH Over 150,000 spectators BARRY KIBRICK 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY celebrate the P-51 Mustang at Terri Cheney (Attorney) The Huggable Ligurian Food Rickenbacker Airport in ColumDark Side Of Innocence bus, Ohio. (R 7/7 at 4:00a) Terri Cheney wrote the bestsell1:30p SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS ing memoir, Manic, about her From The Sea 11:00p CLOSER TO TRUTH life as a successful Beverly What’s Wrong With Immortal 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF Hills attorney battling bi-polar Souls? PAINTING disorder. Now, she explores Do human beings have imher tumultuous formative years, mortal souls? Science dismisses 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF growing up with the disorder anything nonphysical, and even QUILTING while suffering alone in secrecy some theologians reject imNothing But Triangles and silence. (R 7/8 at 5:00a, 7/9 mortal souls. But if no immortal at 7:30a) souls, what happens to eternal 3:00p SIMPLY MING life? (R 7/7 at 5:00a) Organic Ponzu/Bacon 11:30p OUT OF IRELAND—WEEKLY 11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION WITH JIM 3:30p BAKE DECORATE GLASSMAN CELEBRATE! riday The Great Brain Race: The Simply Asian Globalization Of Higher 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES Education GREEN It’s not just American business 7:00a CREATIVE LIVING Water Treatment that has gone global; American universities have too. In 7:30a FOR YOUR HOME 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR response to the worldwide Taking Green Uptown KIDS demand for American-style Animals—Vertebrates— 8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN higher education, American Mammals—Carnivores HOME universities have expanded into Inspiring Green countries across the globe – 5:00p PIANO GUY opening branches from Cairo to 8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND Canberra. 5:30p BIZ KID$ BODY The World Is A Risky Place 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX hursday 6:00p JOURNAL 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 7:00p NEWSLINE 7:00a CREATIVE LIVING 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Serger Shadow Work

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9:00p SUN STUDIO SESSIONS The Watson Twins were born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky and are pure Americana. The Twins have been featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered,” performed on Conan O’Brien and have had their music featured in ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy.” (R 7/9 at 3:00a)

12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND Pseudobulbar Affect: Could This 9:30p EBERT PRESENTS AT THE Be Happening To You? MOVIES 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN 10:00p OFFICIAL BEST OF FEST FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Laughs Holiday Beef Tenderloin Dinner A lonely widower’s love of life is reignited by something a wee bit 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY illegal in the film Dutch Bird. The Lamb And The Chestnut Story 10:30p ART THROUGH TIME: A GLOBAL VIEW 1:30p SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS Writing Cooking Ahead The relationship between text and images can enhance, 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF supplement, complicate and PAINTING manipulate ideas. 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF (R 7/9 at 4:30a) QUILTING 11:00p ONE STEP BEYOND Spring Flowers Tidal Wave 3:00p SIMPLY MING A man does not believe the Soju/Lemons predictions of a woman but finds that they are all coming true. 3:30p BAKE DECORATE (R 7/9 at 5:00a) CELEBRATE! Chocolate And More Chocolate 11:30p THEATER TALK 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES GREEN Backyard Composting

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4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 6:30a Animals—Vertebrates—Reptiles 7:00a 5:00p PIANO GUY 7:30a 5:30p BIZ KID$ Economic Cycles (What Goes Up Must Come Down) 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p LA PLAZA—MARIA HINOJOSA: ONE-ON-ONE Paul Cuadros 7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Golden Gate Bridge

9:00a ART 2 ART 9:30a GARDEN SMART 10:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME The Food Show 10:30a GROWING A GREENER WORLD Echo—Helping Underdeveloped Countries Grow Their Own Food 11:00a MARTIN YAN’S HIDDEN CHINA Yangshuo—The Hidden Gem 11:30a ZONYA’S HEALTH BITES The Ongoing Snack Dilemma 12:00n STRESS FREE COOKING Fabulous Foods For Fitness 12:30p PATI’S MEXICAN TABLE Avocado 1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY MARTINEZ Pasteles 1:30p TASTE THIS! Prime Juice King Of Steaks 2:00p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE HAUSMANN Quilted Welcome Wreath Wall Hanging 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES Playful Projects 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD St Kitts Scenic Railway

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BETWEEN THE LINES WITH BARRY KIBRICK Terri Cheney (Attorney) The Dark Side Of Innocence Terri Cheney wrote the bestselling memoir, Manic, about her life as a successful Beverly Hills attorney battling bi-polar disorder. Now, she explores her tumultuous formative years, growing up with the disorder while suffering alone in secrecy and silence. (R 7/7 at 11:00p, 7/8 at 5:00a)

4:30p THE BAY TODAY 5:00p EBERT PRESENTS AT THE MOVIES 5:30p BURT WOLF: TRAVELS & TRADITIONS Taipei 6:00p WILD PHOTO ADVENTURES Waterfowl, Part 1 6:30p AUTOLINE

7:00p TRAVELSCOPE Alberta, Canada—The Canadian 8:00p NEW RED GREEN SHOW III 8:00a PAINT THIS WITH JERRY Rockies Too Much Information YARNELL Harold gives the guys a bunch Starry, Starry Night, Part 3 7:30p ROAD TRIP of old computers, which Bakersfield changes their lives. Red makes 8:30a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING WITH GARY AND KATHWREN a snowball gun. (R 7/9 at 2:00a) JENKINS 8:30p YOUTH CINEMA Tropical Paradise


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8:30p DESERT SPEAKS The Driest Desert In The World The Pan-American Highway stretches thousands of miles from Alaska to the southern tip of Chile. (R 7/10 at 2:30a) 9:00p GLOBE TREKKER South Atlantic Following in the footsteps of countless explorers, adventurers, naturalists and conservationists, from Captain Cook, Scott, Amundsen, Shackleton and Darwin, explore the South Atlantic’s frozen, wind-swept, white wilderness. (R 7/10 at 3:00a) 10:00p ROADTRIP NATION The team meets celebrity Doug Tamaki, political blogger David Farrar and mountaineer Mark Ingalls. (R 7/10 at 4:00a) 10:30p MUSIC VOYAGER Colombia’s Electro Tropical Beats One of the latest and most exciting trends in Colombian music fuses the traditional rhythms and melodies with electronic beats and modern influences. Explore this cutting-edge Bogota scene, starting with an electrifying live performance in the streets with La Mojarra Electrica. (R 7/10 at 4:30a) 11:00p OUT OF IRELAND—WEEKLY

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6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 7:30a HEALING QUEST 8:00a LEADING GEN 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Kid’s Party 9:00a MY GENERATION Solutions 9:30a INSIDE E STREET Within Our Reach 10:00a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP Hollowing And Slumped Glass

9:00p EMOTION OF MONEY WITH SUSAN MCCARTHY The author identifies seven different types of relationships that people have with their money. (R 7/11 at 3:00a)

11:30a AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN LIVE! 10:30p TEN CRUCIAL DAYS—THE Get foolproof techniques for ROAD TO LIBERTY creating a flavorful, perfectly The Continental Army’s 1776 seared, yet juicy and tender fillet Christmas-night crossing of the mignon, learn the pros and cons Delaware River is recounted. of several corkscrews and wine (R 7/11 at 4:30a) openers, and end with a dark chocolate tasting. 11:00p MILLER CENTER FORUMS (R 7/1 at 4:00a) Isabel Wilkerson—“The Warmth Of Other Suns: The Epic Story 12:30p TASTE OF LOUISIANA WITH Of America’s Great Migration” CHEF JOHN FOLSE & CO.— The 1994 Pulitzer Prize-winner LOUISIANA COOKING WITH A discusses her new book about CHANGE OF HEART America’s Great Migration. Pan Fried Quail/Covey Rise 1:00p CHEF JOHN BESH’S NEW ORLEANS 1:30p NICK STELLINO COOKING WITH FRIENDS Veal, Spaghetti And Meatballs 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Heirloom Sewing With Embroidery 2:30p PAINT, PAPER AND CRAFTS Snap, Shot, Pop 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Applique Know How, Part 1 3:30p KNITTING DAILY Fabulous Felting

11:30p INNERVIEWS WITH ERNIE 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY MANOUSE Quatrefoil & Cups And Saucers Gene Kranz As a NASA flight director and manager, Kranz helped save the 4:30p GARDEN SMART lives of the Apollo 13 astronauts. 5:00p PIANO GUY (R 7/10 at 5:30a) 5:30p SECOND OPINION Dizziness

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8:00p SECRETS OF THE DIVINE: THE ALTARPIECE OF CIUDAD 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Hot Stuff From Basilicata RODRIGO The altarpiece, or ratablo, 1:30p SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS adorned an altar at a cathedral Asian Noodle Dishes in west central Spain. It is considered by scholars to be 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF some of the most beautiful and PAINTING iconographical ambitious paintings of the 15th century. TV Listings continued on page 12 (R 7/11 at 2:00a)


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I'M TALKIN' JAZZ Sunday at 8 am 7/3

Pianist Eric Reed with Clifford Brown, Jr.

7/10 Trumpeter Mark Inuoye with Alisa Clancy 7/17 Vocalist Jackie Ryan with Jess “Chuy” Varela 7/24 Percussionist Ian Dogole with Chris Cortez 7/31 Pianist Denny Zeitlin with Greg Bridge

RIVERWALK JAZZ Sunday at 6 pm 7/3

S’Wonderful: The Gershwin Legacy The music of George Gershwin has “Made in America” stamped all over it. Coming of age in the 1920s and 30s in New York City, Gershwin wrote music for the new generations of Americans—born in the U.S.A. Pianist Dick Hyman joins The Jim Cullum Jazz Band to celebrate the music of George Gershwin.

7/10 Louis Armstrong: Memories & Reflections 7/17 Riverboats, Roustabouts and Jazz: Life on the Mississippi Music and stories of the mighty Mississippi as Vernel Bagneris brings the romance of the Steamboat Era to life through scene’s from Mark Twain’s Life on the Mississippi. The Jim Cullum Jazz Band sets the mood and performs jazz tunes inspired by America’s ‘great river.’ PICTURED: steamboat j.s., named for steamboat entrepreneur john strekfus. courtesy: manuscripts department, howardtilton memorial library, tulane university

7/24 Ev’rything I Love: The Songs of Cole Porter Live from San Francisco’s historic Filoli Gardens, The Jim Cullum Jazz Band is joined by London-based jazz vocalist Nina Ferro for a concert spotlighting the swinging music and witty lyrics of the immortal Cole Porter.

7/31 Jimmy McPartland: Hot Jazz & Good Times

THE ANNALS OF JAZZ WITH RICHARD HADLOCK Sundays at 7 pm

The sound of surprise describes both jazz itself and the enduring premise of "The Annals of Jazz." Since 1959, host Richard Hadlock has been improvising on historical themes and bringing forth worthy performers—from Armstrong to Zorn. Each Sunday, we may find Annals in Europe, Asia, Latin America or Back of Town anywhere.


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Big Money in Gumbo A special flag waver of a show (including Fireworks!) with Big Money in Gumbo (pictured), recorded July 4th 2010 at a birthday celebration for Louis Armstrong, at Yoshi's in Oakland. With our very own Mal Sharpe, Bob Scott, Lady Mem'fis, Richard Mayers, Jim Gammon, Dwayne Ramsey, Charlie Hickox and Denny Geyer. Recording engineer: Jim Gammon; music editor and stereo fireworks: John Rieger; house sound and flashing firecracker lights: Dan Petitt.

7/10 Esencia

A phenomenal but short-lived all-star Latin jazz big band from the Late 70s, Esencia (pictured) recorded on September 26th, 2010, at the Jazzschool in Berkeley. Featuring Al Bent, Mark Levine, Mary Fettig, Jorge Ellington, Paul Van Wageningen, David Belove, Omar Ledezma, Edgardo Cambon, Todd Dickow, Ron Cuhna, Chuck Mackinnon and Tammy Ellis.

7/17 The Ron Miles-Rudy Royston-Gary Versace Trio The Ron Miles (pictured)-Rudy Royston-Gary Versace Trio recorded March 3rd, 2011 at the Jazzschool in Berkeley.

7/24 TBD-a quartet TBD (pictured) a quartet, recorded at the Jazzschool in Berkeley on April 30th, 2011, featuring Mario Guarneri, Erik Jekabson, Akira Tana and John Wiitala.

7/31 Marty Morell's tribute to Bill Evans Part two of Marty Morell's (pictured) tribute to Bill Evans with his Trio featuring Per Danielsson and Richard Drexler, recorded March 27th, 2011 at the Mainstage Theatre in the Hillborough Community College Performing Arts Building in Tampa, Florida.

THE JAZZ DECADES WITH RAY SMITH Sunday at 11 pm 7/3

The Crawford Ferguson Night Owls, Don Redman, Horace Heidt

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JAZZ PROFILES WITH NANCY WILSON Monday at 9 pm 7/4

Count Basie: The Man and His Music (Part 1)

This first installment traces Basie's (pictured) early years; his childhood, pilgrimage to Harlem, and early life as a traveling musician. Part one ends with Basie's arrival in Kansas City, and his encounter with the Benny Moten Band.

7/11 Count Basie: The Man and His Music (Part 2)

The story covers a period that marks the both the pinnacle of success for Basie's Kansas City style and also some setbacks, including the death of tenor man Herschel Evans, the recording ban of the early 1940s, and the advent of World War II.

7/18 Count Basie: The Man and his Music (part 3) Notwithstanding their earlier success, Basie's band was not immune to the post-WW II collapse of the swing bands. The '50s prove to be grand for Basie as singer Joe Williams comes aboard and they hit the charts with "Every Day I Have the Blues." The story concludes with the chronicle of another reunion with Norman Granz - one that leads to the famous "piano battle" with Oscar Peterson.

7/25 Willie "The Lion" Smith Willie "The Lion" Smith (pictured) musician's musician whose original approach to the keyboard has made him the envy of virtually every pianist in jazz. He was part of the Harlem stride scene perfected by pianists James P. Johnson and Thomas Fats Waller. This show features rare tape of Smith talking and playing.

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER WITH WENDELL PIERCE Tuesday at 9 pm 7/5

An Evening with Roy Haynes

At the age of 85, drummer Roy Haynes (pictured) hasn’t lost any of his percussive force. He has made his marks – playing with Charlie Parker, Pat Metheny, the Allman Brothers and even as DJ on the video game Grand Theft Auto IV. Now, Haynes brings his vibrant Fountain of Youth Band to Rose Theater.

7/12 Brazilian Rhythms – Today and Tomorrow Awilda Rivera Hosts 7/19 Todo Tango: Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra w/ Arturo O'Farrill 7/26 The Singers Command the Band Be brash! Jump in and join us when Freddy Cole and Ernestine Anderson (pictured) romp through Chattanooga Choo-Choo, Take the A Train and In the Mood with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis. Guaranteed to cure the blues! Awilda Rivera hosts.


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7/13 Esperanza Spalding Bassist and singer Esperanza Spalding (pictured) took the jazz world by storm with her grooving bass lines and neosoul inspired vocals, and she has since broken into the mainstream with a surprise win for Best New Artist at the 2011 Grammys. She shows off her dual talents on Lionel Hampton's "Midnight Sun" and joins in with her pianist, Leo Genovese, to sing a tune that seems to be her motto - "Jazz Ain't Nothing But Soul."

7/20 Remembering Joe Morello: The Hickory House Trio Reunion Drummer Joe Morello was known for his pioneering work with Dave Brubeck, but in the early 1950s he performed with Marian McPartland and bassist Bill Crow in the Hickory House Trio. In 1991, the trio (pictured) reunited for a special Piano Jazz session to share music and memories from their days on New York's 52nd Street jazz scene. Tunes include "Skylark, "Falling in Love with Love, and "Things Ain't What They Used to Be. Morello passed away earlier this year at age 82.

7/27 From the Archives: Trumpeter Roy Eldridge

JAZZSET WITH DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER Thursday at 9 pm 7/7

Catherine Russell Sings, Virginia Mayhew Plays Music of Mary Lou Williams Cat (pictured) has the voice, beat and interpretation that are spot on for the blues. Saxophonist Virginia explores the more modern sounds, which can be sampled on her new album Mary Lou Williams - The Next Hundred Years.

7/14 Accordianist Richard Galliano and Pianist Chucho Valdes at North Sea 7/21 Amina Figarova at Newport

Imagine Amina's (pictured) excitement as this creative and determined pianist, originally from Azerbijan, makes it to Newport to play her own music with her fine Dutch band.

7/28 Arturo O'Farrill and His Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra

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WRAPPIN’ IT UP: TAKE 101 By Alisa Clancy, Operations Director and Weekday Host of A Morning Cup of Jazz

There’s an anatomy to every pledge drive and the 101 refers not to our local highway but to the number of pledges I’ve driven through. Let’s see, this Spring Drive was 11+ hours a day over 18 days, that’s about 198 hours, and it always comes down to the nail-biting, teeth-gnashing, carnival barking, three or four hours at the end—and you know, I love that ride! Note: Unlike my husband, I adore thrill rides.

PICTURED: Alisa Clancy (Far right), Chris Phillips (Far Left)

There’s the early optimism at 6am, “Hmmmm, we could make it by 10am,” I say to Chris Phillips. “Yeah, when pigs fly,” is his nudgy smiling response. If Chris Phillips wasn’t employed here at KCSM he’d have them rolling in the aisles at The Punch Line…seriously, he’s that funny! Whoa, then it hits, the flip-flop at 7:15, “What, no phone calls that break!” Cue the band in my head… Let me just break into the tune a little bit and remind them of the challenge…curb the music, we have work to do! Ah, hell, I didn’t mean to play that tune, it’s too slow! This is a morning show, damnit! “Should we do the sing-along, Chris?” I ask. “Yeah," he responds, "Tell ‘um we’ll even get our general manager, Marilyn, singing in here for a $1000 pledge.” (Strangely, Marilyn doesn’t seem keen on this strategy). “Don’t worry,” Chris says, “We’ll get ‘um on the backside of the hour” (that’s radio speak for pledges that usually come in during the last 15 minutes of each hour). And, there you are, right on time, 7:50am…call after call after call. “Too many to thank this break, Chris, let’s play music over the top of the hour. More up-tempo blues, party tunes. No, we played too much of that Ray Charles yesterday.” After nearly three weeks of pledge (was it really?) there are still rabbits to come out of those hats aren’t there? In the words of Anita O’Day, Thanks for the Boogie Ride!


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2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 10:00p CROSS CANADA CENTURY FLIGHT 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF The largest transcontinental QUILTING flight of North America by civilian Garden Fresh aircraft is attempted in Canada. 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN (R 7/14 at 4:00a) 3:00p SIMPLY MING FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Coconut Milk/Cranberries White Chicken Chili And Corn 11:00p CLOSER TO TRUTH Bread Does God Have A Nature? 3:30p BAKE DECORATE What does it mean for God to CELEBRATE! 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY have a “nature”? Will contradicA Touch Of Lace For Whom The Bell Tolls tions emerge that deny God? (R 7/14 at 5:00a) 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES 1:30p SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS GREEN Sea Fare 11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION WITH JIM Sport Turf GLASSMAN 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF The Principal Factor: How 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR PAINTING Leadership Can Turn Around KIDS Failing Schools 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF Plants—True Plants—Flowers Training principals in private QUILTING 5:00p PIANO GUY sector management techniques Rosie’s Quilt catches on with education 5:30p BIZ KID$ 3:00p SIMPLY MING reformers. Hidden Careers Sesame Seeds/Butter 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND Innovations In Liver Transplantation

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9:30a INSIDE E STREET Take Me Out... 10:00a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP Toy Lawnmower

10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP 8:30p DESERT SPEAKS Two Drawer Utility Chest Ancient Andean Civilizations 11:00a TRUTH ABOUT MONEY WITH La Paz, Bolivia is one of the RIC EDELMAN highest cities in the world and the home many religious beliefs. 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA (R 7/17 at 2:30a) Canada—Calgary & Banff 9:00p GLOBE TREKKER 12:00n NEW JEWISH CUISINE WITH The Netherlands JEFF NATHAN Cycle through the Netherlands New Sephardic Cuisine and learn about Dutch resistance to Spanish rule, enjoy 12:30p TASTE OF LOUISIANA WITH modern art in The Hague, disCHEF JOHN FOLSE & CO.— cover the history of the tulip in LOUISIANA COOKING WITH A Leiden and explore a wind farm CHANGE OF HEART in Friesland. (R 7/17 at 3:00a) Louisiana Mallards/Canard Sauvage 10:00p ROADTRIP NATION The team meets a helicopter 1:00p CHEF JOHN BESH’S NEW pilot, a sustainable energy ORLEANS company founder and a bungy jumping legend. (R 7/17 at 1:30p NICK STELLINO COOKING 4:00a) WITH FRIENDS Pork Dishes 10:30p MUSIC VOYAGER Heartbeat Of Vallenato 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Journey through Colombia, Serging For Babies from the ranches and farmlands 2:30p PAINT, PAPER AND CRAFTS of Valledupar through the Dazzled Diva Duds Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range and on to the 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Caribbean coast to see the Applique Know How, Part 2 country’s amazing geographical, cultural and musical diversity. (R 3:30p KNITTING DAILY 7/17 at 4:30a) Oh-So-Fine 11:00p OUT OF IRELAND—WEEKLY 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Gothic Barn 11:30p INNERVIEWS WITH ERNIE MANOUSE 4:30p GARDEN SMART Rev Run A conversation with one the 5:00p PIANO GUY founders of the legendary, 5:30p SECOND OPINION chart-topping hip-hop group Stroke Intervention Run-D.M.C. (R 7/17 at 5:30a)

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6:00p INSIDE WASHINGTON

6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

7:00p ASIA BIZ FORECAST

6:30a WAI LANA YOGA

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLDEN PARKS John Muir Home

7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 7:30a HEALING QUEST 8:00a LEADING GEN 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Pay It Forward 9:00a MY GENERATION Surviving Shaky Times

6:30p EUROMAXX

8:00p LONG SHADOWS: THE LEGACY OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR See Close-up on page 5. (R 7/18 at 2:00a)

9:30p LADIES & GENTLEMEN: THE ROLLING STONES This concert film captures the Rolling Stones at the height of their creative prowess in 1972. (R 7/18 at 3:30a, 7/24 at 8:00p, 7/25 at 2:00a) 11:00p MILLER CENTER FORUMS David Hayes—“Gulf Oil Spill” The Deputy Secretary of the Interior talks federal-statecorporate responsibility during a crisis.

Monday 18 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a CREATIVE LIVING 7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Vacation Home Makeover 8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Enclosure 8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNITTING DAILY Fashion Forward 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Twin Needle Scallops 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND Anaphylaxis: Allergies That Can Kill 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Pizza Party 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Apples: Salad, Soup, Dessert 1:30p HEALTHY FLAVORS Healthy Pasta Pairing 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Quilting For Dimension 3:00p SIMPLY MING Panko/Dijon Mustard


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3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Elegance In Black And White

8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY

11:00p OVERHEARD WITH EVAN SMITH

4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES GREEN Storm Water

9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT

11:30p INNER COMPASS Feasting At A Food Pantry Sara Miles, of St. Gregory’s Food Pantry in San Francisco, shares thoughts from her memoirs.

10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR 10:30a KNITTING DAILY KIDS Knit & Purl Magic Plants—True Plants—Trees And Bushes 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p BIZ KID$ Are You Financially Literate?

11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Wing Needle Techniques

6:00p JOURNAL

12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND Relieving Low Back Pain

6:30p WORLD BUSINESS 7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Weedpatch

Wednesday 20 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a CREATIVE LIVING 7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Renovate Don’t Relocate: Kitchen Makeover, Pt. 1

8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN HOME FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Framing The View Old-Fashioned Breakfast Cakes

1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY 8:00p ONE STEP BEYOND The Rock Of Assisi Cain’s Guest 1:30p HEALTHY FLAVORS The couple from New York did You Say Tomato not listen when they rented the old sea captain’s house. (R 7/19 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF at 2:00a) PAINTING Mountain River 8:30p JOHN DENVER: A SONG’S BEST FRIEND 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF Rare footage from concert QUILTING performances of this acclaimed Antique Influences songwriter, performer and humanitarian. (R 7/19 at 2:30a) 3:00p SIMPLY MING Organic Soy Sauce/Lemons 10:00p INTERNATIONAL MYSTERY DETECTIVE INSPECTOR 3:30p BAKE DECORATE IRENE HUSS: THE GLASS CELEBRATE! DEVIL Princesses And Fairies In Swedish with English subtitles In a small village, three 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES members of a family are brutally GREEN murdered in their homes, and Fishing For Energy their blood used to draw 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR upside-down pentagrams on KIDS the walls. Irene pursues a lead Peru from a local minister who’s been investigating a Satanist movemnet. But are the culprits 5:00p PIANO GUY really members of a satanic 5:30p BIZ KID$ cult? (R 7/19 at 4:00a) Wheel Of Misfortune

8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY

Tuesday 19

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING Purple Splendor

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a CREATIVE LIVING 7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Gardening Solutions 8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Shape And Form

6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p BAY AREA VISTA 7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Lighthouses

9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNITTING DAILY All In The Finish 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Chain 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Fabric Manipulation 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND Treating Insomnia: Getting A Good Night’s Sleep 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Bistro Steak Dinner 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Deliciously Vegetarian 1:30p HEALTHY FLAVORS Healthy Light Poolside Meals

2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Quilting With Your Embroidery Machine

8:00p AMERICA’S HOME COOKING: 3:00p SIMPLY MING ONE SKILLET Organic Teriyaki/Cream Recipes include steak pizzaiola, 3:30p BAKE DECORATE skillet Reubens, spaghetti with CELEBRATE! clams and apple skillet cobbler. Fun And Whimsical Cupcakes (R 7/2 at 11:00a, 7/20 at 2:00a)


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4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS Italy

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

5:00p PIANO GUY

7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Kitchen Makeover, Pt. II

5:30p BIZ KID$ More Bang For Your Buck 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p MCLAUGHLIN GROUP 7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLDEN FAIRS 8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE Elegy Running out of fuel, three astronauts land their spaceship on a remote asteroid and find that it is already occupied. 8:30p CONNECT 9:00p AUTOLINE 9:30p DESERT ISLAND JAZZ Taped live at KCSM’s sister radio station Jazz 91.1, host Alisa Clancy takes the viewer on a probing quest through the lives and career paths of her guests, as the viewing audience gets a glimpse of the behind-the-scenes of a live radio program. Ms. Clancy describes it as “slightly voyeuristic.” (R 7/21 at 3:30a, 7/25 at 8:30p, 7/26 at 2:30a, 7/28 at 12:00a)

7:00a CREATIVE LIVING

8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Entry 8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNITTING DAILY Natural Fibers 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Do It Yourself Beads 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Banded Trims 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND Post- Stroke Spasticity

5:30p BIZ KID$ Where Is My Allowance? 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW 7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Mt. San Jacinto 8:00p GREENING OF ERITREA: SEAWATER BRING HOPE TO AFRICA’S COAST Take a rare look at a Third World country as it struggles to attain a better life for its people. Rich with the sights and sounds of this young East African nation, explore the history of the country against the backdrop of a unique technology – one that has the potential to turn desert coastlines around the world into lush green fields. (R 7/22 at 2:00a) 8:30p HOW TO LIVE FOREVER Dr. Gary Null shares crucial health information for living a long, happy and energetic life. (R 7/22 at 2:30a)

10:00p SURVIVAL: LIVES IN THE BALANCE The Plant That Cures Malaria 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN (Uganda) FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED In Uganda, a community of Lightening Up Chocolate farmers work produces the main Desserts ingredient for a drug that cures Malaria. (R 7/22 at 4:00a) 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY The Delights Of Braising 11:00p BETWEEN THE LINES WITH BARRY KIBRICK 1:30p HEALTHY FLAVORS Leonard Mlodinow (Physicist) On The Road/Day Trip The Grand Design 11:00p CLOSER TO TRUTH Leonard Mlodinow and legendAre There Things Not Physical? 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF ary physicist Stephen Hawking PAINTING Is the natural, physical world allquestion the conventional Arctic Beauty there-is? Or is there something concepts of reality with mind more-a supernatural existence? 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF boggling theories that challenge (R 7/21 at 5:00a) QUILTING the deepest notions of our The Great Cover Up existence. (R 7/22 at 5:00a, 7/23 11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION WITH JIM at 7:30a) GLASSMAN 3:00p SIMPLY MING Thomas Sowell: A Conversation Maitake Mushrooms/ 11:30p OUT OF IRELAND—WEEKLY With One Of America Worcestershire Sauce Thomas Sowell is considered one of America’s leading conriday 3:30p BAKE DECORATE servatives. He analyzes political, CELEBRATE! economic and foreign policy Geometric Designs 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ via his nationally syndicated column. His most recent book, 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES 7:00a CREATIVE LIVING his 46th, is titled Dismantling GREEN America, and in it he gives a 7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Green Your Home stark warning about the direction Glad You Asked! 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR of the country. He and Jim 8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN KIDS discuss the current state of HOME Canada America and how we got here. Focal Point 5:00p PIANO GUY

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8:00p RED GREEN SHOW Foster Child Red learns that the Lodge has a foster child who’s coming to spend the weekend with him. (R 7/23 at 2:00a)

9:00a ART 2 ART

10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH

8:30p YOUTH CINEMA

9:30a GARDEN SMART

10:30a KNITTING DAILY Fiber Tech

9:00p SUN STUDIO SESSIONS Teeny Tucker Teeny discusses her evolution as a blues singer and performs “Ain’t That the Blues” and more songs. (R 7/23 at 3:00a)

10:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Exhibit The Season

9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX

11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Charms 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Raw Edge Applique With Quilting

9:30p JIMI HENDRIX: LIVE AT WOODSTOCK Jimi Hendrix’s performance at Woodstock stands as the 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY definitive record of one of his MIND most celebrated performances. Breakthroughs In Advanced Re-edited and uninterrupted Prostate Cancer sequences include Purple 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN Haze, Voodoo Chil and the Star FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Spangled Banner and more. Fish On The Grill (R 7/12 at 8:00p, 7/13 at 2:00a, 7/23 at 3:30a) 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Everyday Roasted Duck 10:30p ART THROUGH TIME: A (Lombardy) GLOBAL VIEW The Natural World 1:30p HEALTHY FLAVORS Examine how people throughout Cooking For One history have worked with and against nature to produce art. 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF (R 7/23 at 4:30a) PAINTING Winter Cabin 11:00p ONE STEP BEYOND Dead Mans Tale 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF A prisoner wounded in a jailQUILTING break has a startling clairvoyant Three Dimensional Leaves vision. (R 7/23 at 5:00a) 3:00p SIMPLY MING 11:30p THEATER TALK 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! aturday Candy Anyone?

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10:30a GROWING A GREENER WORLD More Ways To Create An EcoFriendly Landscape At Home 11:00a MARTIN YAN’S HIDDEN CHINA Yunnan—South Of The Clouds 11:30a ZONYA’S HEALTH BITES Omega-3: The Super-Hero Fat 12:00n STRESS FREE COOKING Buon Appetito! 12:30p PATI’S MEXICAN TABLE Convent Food 1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY MARTINEZ Mexico Magico 1:30p TASTE THIS! A Tour Of The San Genaro Feast In NYC 2:00p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE HAUSMANN Layered Designs 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES One Theme 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD Maine Narrow Gauge

4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES GREEN Waste Reduction

6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

3:30p CURIOSITY QUEST Cranberries

6:30a WAI LANA YOGA

4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS

4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS USA

7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH

4:30p THE BAY TODAY

7:30a BETWEEN THE LINES WITH BARRY KIBRICK Leonard Mlodinow (Physicist) The Grand Design Leonard Mlodinow and legendary physicist Stephen Hawking question the conventional concepts of reality with mind boggling theories that challenge the deepest notions of our existence. (R 7/21 at 11:00p, 7/22 at 5:00a)

5:00p EBERT PRESENTS AT THE MOVIES

5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p BIZ KID$ Escape The Box 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p LA PLAZA—MARIA HINOJOSA: ONE-ON-ONE Maricel Presilla 7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Wooden Boots

5:30p BURT WOLF: TRAVELS & TRADITIONS The History Of Shopping 6:00p WILD PHOTO ADVENTURES Behind The Scenes 6:30p AUTOLINE

7:00p TRAVELSCOPE Chile—The Driest Place On 8:00a PAINT THIS WITH JERRY Earth YARNELL Study—Reminders Of The Past, 7:30p ROAD TRIP Part 2 Liquid Art


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10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP Colonial Door Casings With Broken Arch Pediments

9:00p GLOBE TREKKER Globe Trekker Food Hour: Morocco Begin this culinary adventure with lunch at the camel market in Casablanca, learn to cook “harira” (the soup that breaks the Ramadan fast) in the imperial city of Fes, and scour the markets in Marrakesh for ingredients to make the classic “tagine.” (R 7/24 at 3:00a)

11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA Germany—Frankfurt, Bamberg, & Nurnberg

10:00p ROADTRIP NATION Three young Australian women head to the US to begin a road trip and meet the band Switchfoot. (R 7/24 at 4:00a) 10:30p MUSIC VOYAGER Afro-Colombian Grooves From Cartagena’s gorgeous old city to the rough and tumble streets and beaches of La Boquilla, see the beauty, rhythms and culture of this colorful city. Colombia’s beautiful Caribbean coast gave rise to cumbia, the iconic Colombian rhythm now popular in nearly every corner of Latin America. (R 7/24 at 4:30a) 11:00p OUT OF IRELAND—WEEKLY

11:00a TRUTH ABOUT MONEY WITH RIC EDELMAN

12:00n NEW JEWISH CUISINE WITH JEFF NATHAN Matzah Meals

11:00p MILLER CENTER FORUMS Anthony Cordesman—“Progress And Grand Strategy In The 12:30p TASTE OF LOUISIANA WITH Afghan War” CHEF JOHN FOLSE & CO.— Cordesman’s most recent pubLOUISIANA COOKING WITH A lications include “Saudi Arabia: CHANGE OF HEART National Security in a Troubled Medallions Of Venison/Giles Region.” Island 1:00p CHEF JOHN BESH’S NEW ORLEANS

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Embellishing Collars And Hems

7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Welcome To The Dream Home

2:30p PAINT, PAPER AND CRAFTS Clay Deco

8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Structure

3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Applique Know How, Part 3 3:30p KNITTING DAILY Wraps And Scarves 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Corn And Beans & Hens And Chicks

Sunday 24

6:00p INSIDE WASHINGTON

6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

6:30p EUROMAXX

6:30a WAI LANA YOGA

7:00p ASIA BIZ FORECAST

7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLDEN PARKS Yuba Gold Fields

8:00a LEADING GEN 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Early Earners 9:00a MY GENERATION Hope 9:30a INSIDE E STREET Aging Inmate$ 10:00a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP Green Wood Goblet

Monday 25

1:30p NICK STELLINO COOKING WITH FRIENDS Cajun Chicken & Salad

11:30p INNERVIEWS WITH ERNIE MANOUSE Patricia Neal 4:30p GARDEN SMART A conversation with awardwinning actress and star of “The 5:00p PIANO GUY Homecoming” and “The Subject Was Roses.” (R 7/24 at 5:30a) 5:30p SECOND OPINION COPD

7:30a HEALING QUEST

9:30p PAUL MCCARTNEY: RED SQUARE For decades, the seminal rock music of the Beatles was banned by the Soviet government – decried as the epitome of Western decadence and propaganda. Yet, the music of the Beatles could not be completely stifled. (R 7/25 at 3:30a, 7/27 at 9:30p, 7/28 at 3:30a)

8:00p LADIES & GENTLEMEN: THE ROLLING STONES This concert film captures the Rolling Stones at the height of their creative prowess in 1972. (R 7/17 at 9:30p, 7/18 at 3:30a, 7/25 at 2:00a)

7:00a CREATIVE LIVING

8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNITTING DAILY Wild About Wool 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Recycled Components 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Sewing Machine Needles— Beautiful Seams 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND Type 2 Diabetes: New Hope New Treatments 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Indian Favorites Simplified 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Notto Risotto (Lombardy) 1:30p HEALTHY FLAVORS Diabetic Meals For The Whole Family


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2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Fabric 101

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

6:30p BAY AREA VISTA

7:00a CREATIVE LIVING

7:00p NEWSLINE

3:00p SIMPLY MING

7:30a FOR YOUR HOME A Space Of His Own

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Mule Days

8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Color

8:00p LEGACY OF JIM CROCE When Jim Croce died in a plane crash at the age of 30, he had been recognized as one of the most promising artists of his era. Revisit his enduring legacy and some of Croce’s classic songs. (R 7/27 at 2:00a, 7/29 at 9:30p, 7/30 at 3:30a)

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Fashion 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES GREEN Polystyrene 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS Australia 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p BIZ KID$ 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLD BUSINESS 7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Paradise 8:00p ONE STEP BEYOND Encounter After disappearing over the northwest, a pilot reappears over a thousand miles away, claiming to have been kidnapped. (R 7/26 at 2:00a)

8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT

A World Without Taxes

9:00p NO TEXTBOOK ANSWER— COMMUNITIES CONFRONT THE ACHIEVEMENT GAP 10:30a KNITTING DAILY Follow the story of seven Crazy For Cotton communities around the country 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND that realized that their minority JEWELS and low-income children were Rings falling significantly behind their white and affluent counterparts 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM in school. So each community Bias And Bridges came together to talk about the “Achievement Gap” and what 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY they could do on their own, as MIND a community, without waiting Understanding Ulcerative Colitis for a state or federal agency to provide funding to close the gap. 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN (R 7/7 at 8:00pm, 7/8 at 2:00a, FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED 7/27 at 3:00a) Grilled Cornish Hens 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH

1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY You Say Tomato, I Say Apple 8:30p DESERT ISLAND JAZZ (Trentino Alto Adige) Taped live at KCSM’s sister radio station Jazz 91.1, host 1:30p HEALTHY FLAVORS Alisa Clancy takes the viewer A Day Of Weight Loss on a probing quest through the lives and career paths of 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF her guests, as the viewing PAINTING audience gets a glimpse of the Black Seascape behind-the-scenes of a live radio program. Ms. Clancy describes 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING it as “slightly voyeuristic.” (R Cottage Baskets 7/20 at 9:30p, 7/21 at 3:30a, 7/26 at 2:30a, 7/28 at 12:00a) 3:00p SIMPLY MING 10:00pINTERNATIONAL MYSTERY VAN VEETEREN TERRA: THE 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! SWALLOW, THE CAT, THE 3D ROSE & DEATH In Swedish with English subtitles 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES Muenster comes across the GREEN body of a young woman in Pests In The Environment her home and surprises the murderer who is still on the 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR premises. Though the murderer KIDS escapes, a rare book is found at Japan the scene with a dedication by 5:00p PIANO GUY the killer. (R 7/26 at 4:00a) 5:30p BIZ KID$

9:30p SINGING REVOLUTION Song was the weapon of choice when Estonians sought to free themselves from Soviet occupation. (R 7/27 at 3:30a) 10:30p ON THE LINE Follow a Latina journalist as she patrols the U.S.-Mexican border with the Minutemen Civil Defense Corps, the controversial self-described neighborhood watch group whose mission is to secure the border. (R 7/27 at 4:30a) 11:00p OVERHEARD WITH EVAN SMITH 11:30p INNER COMPASS Speaking Of Faith After graduating from seminary, Krista Tippett created her own public radio interview show.

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J u ly 2 0 1 1 7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Be Our Guest 8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Texture, Pattern And Rhythm 8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNITTING DAILY Creative Scarves 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Bezels 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Bias Bindings 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND Stopping A Stroke: Limiting The Damage Done

7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLDEN FAIRS 8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE Mirror Image A woman waiting in a bus station begins to experience strange things.  8:30p CONNECT 9:00p AUTOLINE 9:30p PAUL MCCARTNEY: RED SQUARE For decades, the seminal rock music of the Beatles was banned by the Soviet government – decried as the epitome of Western decadence and propaganda. Yet, the music of the Beatles could not be completely stifled. (R 7/24 at 9:30p, 7/25 at 3:30a, 7/28 at 3:30a)

11:00p CLOSER TO TRUTH How Free Is God? God is supposed to be allpowerful and all-knowing. What 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN does it mean for God to be FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED perfectly free? (R 7/28 at 5:00a) Easy Skillet Suppers 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Sunday Dinner In Emilia Romagna (Emilia Romagna) 1:30p HEALTHY FLAVORS Healthy Entertaining 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING Daisy Delight

2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Amish Buggy Wheels 3:00p SIMPLY MING 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Brownies 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES GREEN Green Surfboards 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS China 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p BIZ KID$ Debt: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION WITH JIM GLASSMAN George Shultz: The Case For Nuclear Zero George Shultz served in four Administrations, serving as an economic advisor to three Presidents. Still actively analyzing policy at the age of 90, he has focused much of his recent efforts on reducing the spread of nuclear weapons. Jim talks with him about his support for eliminating nuclear weapons, and the current state of American politics

Thursday 28 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a CREATIVE LIVING 7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Project Runway 8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Abundance 8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH

10:30a KNITTING DAILY New England Knits 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Cabochons 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Heirloom Sewing With Embroidery 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY MIND The Dangers Of Neutropenia 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Four-Cheese Lasagna 1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Umbria Family Jewels (Umbria) 1:30p HEALTHY FLAVORS Recipe Makeovers 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING Winter Solitude 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Serge Your Quilt 3:00p SIMPLY MING 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Your House Or Mine 4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES GREEN Rubber Bark 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS Russia 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p BIZ KID$ Your First Big Purchase 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW 7:00p NEWSLINE 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Snow And Ice 8:00p GOLDEN GAME: BASEBALL IN SACRAMENTO Discover Sacramento’s 150-year baseball history: its early teams and ballparks, the players, important victories, unresolved controversies and unforgettable moments. (R 7/29 at 2:00a)


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8:30p PREVENTING AND REVERSING DIABETES NATURALLY Dr. Gary Null and top experts show powerful, natural approaches to help stay free of Diabetes. (R 7/29 at 2:30a) 10:00p SURVIVAL: LIVES IN THE BALANCE Fit For Life (Bangladesh) Two women give birth in different villages, one with medical professionals and one without. (R 7/29 at 4:00a)

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1:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Stuff It Your Way (Umbria) 1:30p HEALTHY FLAVORS Healthy Park Food 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING Peaceful Haven 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Christmas Memories 3:00p SIMPLY MING Chocolate Mousse

11:00p BETWEEN THE LINES WITH BARRY KIBRICK Esmeraldo Santiago (Author) Conquistadora Esmeralda Santiago's first novel, this is an accurate, thrilling history of a SpanishAmerican territory on the verge of a historical moment reflected in all of America at the time. (R 7/29 at 5:00a, 7/30 at 7:30a)

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Chocolate

11:30p OUT OF IRELAND—WEEKLY

5:00p PIANO GUY

Friday 29

5:30p BIZ KID$ What’s Up With The Stock Market?

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

6:00p JOURNAL

7:00a CREATIVE LIVING

6:30p LA PLAZA—MARIA HINOJOSA: ONE-ON-ONE Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez

7:30a FOR YOUR HOME Media Chic

(in

4:00p CURIOSITY QUEST GOES GREEN Green Your Yard 4:30p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS India

most areas)

10:30p ART THROUGH TIME: A GLOBAL VIEW The Urban Experience Explore how cities have been shaped by the creative visions of architects, sculptors and planners. (R 7/30 at 4:30a) 11:00p ONE STEP BEYOND Anniversary Of A Murder English actor Ronald Howard, the son of Leslie Howard, finds himself accountable after the death of a friend in a skiing accident. (R 7/30 at 5:00a) 11:30p THEATER TALK

Saturday 30 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 7:30a BETWEEN THE LINES WITH BARRY KIBRICK Esmeraldo Santiago (Author) Conquistadora Esmeralda Santiago was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico before journeying to New York City. In her first novel, this is an accurate, thrilling history of a Spanish-American territory on the verge of a historical moment reflected in all of America at the time. (R 7/28 at 11:00p, 7/29 at 5:00a)

8:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Whimsy

7:00p NEWSLINE

8:30a POWER YOGA: MIND AND BODY

8:00p RED GREEN SHOW What A Dump The Lodge proposes itself to the 8:30a BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING WITH GARY AND KATHWREN city of Toronto as an ideal place JENKINS to dump garbage. The Little Visitor (R 7/30 at 2:00a) 9:00a ART 2 ART 8:30p YOUTH CINEMA

9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNITTING DAILY Think Thin 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Hardware

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Coloma

9:00p SUN STUDIO SESSIONS Truth & Salvage Co. The harmony-laden roots rock band performs “Pure Mountain Angel,” “Old Piano” and more songs. (R 7/30 at 3:00a)

8:00a JERRY YARNELL SCHOOL OF FINE ART Creek Runs Through It, Part 1

9:30a GARDEN SMART 10:00a P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME Entertaining Outdoors

10:30a GROWING A GREENER WORLD 9:30p LEGACY OF JIM CROCE Phipps Conservatory—The When Jim Croce died in a plane Greenest Conservatory 12:00n HEALTHY BODY HEALTHY crash at the age of 30, he had MIND been recognized as one of the 11:00a MARTIN YAN’S HIDDEN Cushing’s Disease: Unraveling most promising artists of his era. CHINA A Medical Revisit his enduring legacy and Mythical Shangri-La some of Croce’s classic songs. 12:30p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN (R 7/26 at 8:00p, 7/27 at 2:00a, 11:30a ZONYA’S HEALTH BITES FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED Overcoming Morning Madness 7/30 at 3:30a) Shrimp Two Ways 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Serging For Babies


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J u ly 2 0 1 1 12:00n STRESS FREE COOKING Recipes Worth Sharing 12:30p PATI’S MEXICAN TABLE Hibiscus Flower 1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY MARTINEZ A Trip To Cuba

10:30p WILD PHOTO ADVENTURES Spring Wildflowers Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner explores the Great Smoky Mountains to photograph spring wildflowers with nature photographer Kevin Adams. (R 7/31 at 4:30a)

1:30p TASTE THIS! 11:00p OUT OF IRELAND—WEEKLY Greek Delights Not So Far From Home 11:30p INNERVIEWS WITH ERNIE MANOUSE 2:00p AMERICA SEWS WITH SUE Pat Benatar HAUSMANN “Hit Me with Your Best Shot” Applique The Easy Way and other big hits made Benatar a top selling female recording 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES artist. (R 7/31 at 5:30a) Digital Templates

2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Stabilizing For Surface Embroidery 2:30p PAINT, PAPER AND CRAFTS Vintage Scrapbooking 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Magical Serger Techniques, Part 1 3:30p KNITTING DAILY Knit Tricks And Fixes 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Gambrel Roof Barn 4:30p GARDEN SMART 5:00p PIANO GUY

3:00p TRACKS AHEAD Japan’s Meitetsu Railroad

Sunday 31

5:30p SECOND OPINION Female Sexual Dysfunction

3:30p CURIOSITY QUEST Karate

6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

6:00p INSIDE WASHINGTON

6:30a WAI LANA YOGA

6:30p EUROMAXX

7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH

7:00p ASIA BIZ FORECAST

7:30a HEALING QUEST

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLDEN PARKS Joshua Tree

4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS 4:30p THE BAY TODAY 5:00p EBERT PRESENTS AT THE MOVIES 5:30p BURT WOLF: TRAVELS & TRADITIONS The Future Of Shopping 6:00p WILD PHOTO ADVENTURES The Best Of Season 1 6:30p AUTOLINE 7:00p TRAVELSCOPE West Virginia—Wild And Wonderful 7:30p ROAD TRIP Central Coast

8:00a LEADING GEN 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Down Home Dining 9:00a MY GENERATION Music 9:30a INSIDE E STREET Medicaid Misery 10:00a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP Norfolk Island Pine Bowl 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP Shaker Inspired Work Tables

8:00p LEWIS AND CLARK: CROSSING THE CENTURIES George Kennedy narrates a look at the legacy of this 1804 trip from Missouri to the Oregon Coast. 9:00p AIRPLAY: THE RISE AND FALL OF ROCK RADIO Follow the history of rock radio—from the AM deejays to the FM pioneers who fanned the flames of the ‘60s, to the silencing of rock radio by the government and big-business interests, to its promise of rebirth on satellite radio.

11:00a TRUTH ABOUT MONEY WITH RIC EDELMAN 8:30p DESERT SPEAKS The Lost Palm Weavers Of 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA Sonora 10:30p ABOUT BENJAMIN The Carolinas—Charlotte And Join the search in for the In honor of the 300th birthday The Low Country descendants of Opata palm of one of America’s founding weavers and explore the surviv- 12:00n NEW JEWISH CUISINE WITH fathers, discover the man behind ing tradition. (R 7/31 at 2:30a) JEFF NATHAN the countless achievements in Cooking With Herbs science, art, medicine, educa9:00p AMERICA’S NATIONAL tion and politics. PARKS 12:30p TASTE OF LOUISIANA WITH Explore the Grand Canyon, CHEF JOHN FOLSE & CO.— 11:00p MILLER CENTER FORUMS Yellowstone and other the LOUISIANA COOKING WITH A Scott Atran—“Talking To The protected wilderness and recreCHANGE OF HEART Enemy: Faith, Brotherhood, and ational areas. (R 7/5 at 8:00p, Teal Duck/Buckley’s Camp the (Un) Making of Terrorists” 7/6 at 2:00a, 7/31 at 3:00a) The leading expert on suicide 1:00p CHEF JOHN BESH’S NEW terrorism and al Qaeda is also a 10:00p ROADTRIP NATION ORLEANS presidential scholar in sociology. In California, the team meets with the “godfather of skating” 1:30p NICK STELLINO COOKING David Miles, Jr. in Golden Gate WITH FRIENDS Park. (R 7/31 at 4:00a) Family Favorites


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