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On The Cover March 2010 With spring just around the corner, this month we are focusing on "How-To" programing. Whether your interests lie indoors or outside in the fresh air, we have a whole host of shows to spark your inner creativity. If you've always wanted to learn to paint, tune into Wyland's Art Studio, Best of the Joy of Painting or Gary Spetz's Painting Wild Places! With Watercolor. If your interest are more crafty, Scrapbook Memories, Sewing With Nancy or Knit & Crochet Today might be the show for you. If your New Years resolution was to improve your health, be sure to watch TVMD, Healthy Minds or Journey to Health: Mind, Body Spirit. Whatever you choose to do, be sure to do it with KCSM as your guide!

Contents 3 ..... Letter To Our Members 4 ..... Program Highlights 6 ..... What's New 7 ..... Primetime Listings (All Programs are Closed Captioned)

The Jazz Center J2 ..... FM 91.1 Program Grid J3 ..... FM Article Happy 100th Birthday, Mary Lou Williams J4—J7 ..... FM Program Listings All jazz, all day, every day. J8 ..... Jazz News International Women's Day Special; FM Construction Update: Thanks to our Vendors and Volunteers

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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, Lately many publications have touted the popularity of backyard vegetable gardens and staycations. In tough economic times, people often turn back to their own resources for a sense of satisfaction, an economic need or a desire to return to a more sustainable lifestyle. Many people harbor a secret (or not so secret) desire to express their inner creativity, but sometimes it's hard to know where to dive in and begin. Whether you are "crafty" or a "do-it-yourselfer" you'll find something of interest on KCSM. This month we have shows ranging from needle and fabric crafts (Quilt In A Day, Sewing With Nancy, Martha's Sewing Room,) to watercolor, oil or acrylic painting (Wyland's Art Studio, Gary Spetz's Painting Wild Places! With Watercolor or Best of the Joy of Painting,) to scrapbooking (Scrapbook Memories.)

Maybe you are the outdoor type and would like to know more about flyfishing (New Flyfisher, Fly Tying), gardening (Garden Smart), or learning a more health way of cooking (Delicious TV: Totally Vegetarian, Bake Decorate Celebrate!, Lidia's Italy, Healthy Flavors or Hey Kids, Let's Cook!) or bargecuing (Barbecue University With Steven Raichlen and Barbecue America.) If your wallet has been hit hard during these hard economic times, you can learn how to fix up your house (Katie Brown Workshop, American Woodshop) or maybe just learn a few small projects. If there's something that you'd like to watch and we aren't airing it, let us know by contacting Dante Betteo, Programming Development Manager (650) 524-6903 or email dante@kcsm.net. Let us help you get creative this spring. After all, as the old saying goes, "Idle hands are the devil's playmate!" Happy projecting! Sincerely,

Sinclair Crockett Business and Fundraising Manager


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Inspector Morse This crime drama features Inspector Morse, the sensentimental detective who solves crimes intuitively, most often alone in his room while sipping his favorite ale and listening to classical music. He, along with his partner, the dependable Sargent Lewis investigate a variety of murderous crimes against the picturesque back-drop of Oxford, England. Every Monday, beginning March 8 at 8:00 pm

Twilight Zone One of television's most rightly revered series focuses on ordinary people who suddenly found themselves in extraordinary, usually supernatural situations. The stories would typically end with an ironic twist that would see the guilty punished. Creator Rod Serling wrote the majority of the scripts which feature such soon-to-be-famous actors as Robert Redford, William Shatner, Burt Reynolds, Robert Duvall, Dennis Hopper, Carol Burnett and many others.

Every Wednesday, beginning March 3 at 8:00 pm

Seneca Falls Travel on a life-changing journey with nine high school girls bound for the birthplace of women's rights in America. Part teenage road trip, part shocking history lesson, the film is, above all, an awakening of young hearts and minds. This one-hour documentary breathes life and relevance into a revolutionary act barely mentioned in history books: America's first women's rights convention, a public protest meeting held in Seneca Falls, New York in 1848. Sunday, March 7 at 10:00 pm

Bracing For A Quake: Survival Guide This earthquake preparedness special presents more than 80 practical tips on how to prepare for and respond to a major quake. Learn how to reduce earthquake hazards in the home and office, what to do on the freeway, shopping or in a crowded pubic place. Also discussed are the pros and cons of earthquake insurance, communication devices, preparing a plan for the family, and what to include in a wellequipped earthquake kit. Tuesday, March 9 at 8:00 pm


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Science Mission 101 This educational competitive reality-style program travels across America looking for the next generation of scientists. Two teams of high schoolers are challenged to unravel the mystery of why only certain strains of the bacterium Salmonella make people sick. They perform their investigations aboard a mobile lab outfitted with the latest high-end equipment, and are evaluated based on cooperation, creativity, interpretation of data, presentation and scientific thought. Wednesday, March 10 at 10:00 pm

Greetings from Asbury Park Angie, 91 lived through three decades of rust, riot and ruin in Asbury Park, the one-time postcard paradise of the Jersey Shore. Now the tiny bungalow that she called home for half her life will be seized by eminent domain. Once reserved for public projects, eminent domain is increasing being employed for private gain. Devastated by the impending loss, and bulldozers at her backdoor, follow her fight to save her little piece of the American Dream. Sunday, March 14 at 10:00 pm

Anuna: Celtic Origins Anuna, the original vocal group in Riverdance, has bridged the gap between classical and popular music with its pure, haunting, emotional and mystical sound. Spanning over 1,000 years of music history, 16 Anuna singers perform an ethereal blend of Irish, British, Middle English, Scots Gaelic, Meadival Irish, Latin and Greek choral music. The Gothic beauty of Cleveland's Trinity Cathedral, combined with dramatic lights, costumes, candles and ritualistic movements provides an atmospheric setting for the concert.

Wednesday, March 17 at 10:00 pm

Escape from Auschwitz: A Portrait of Friendship This is true story of two childhood friends who together survived one of the most horrific atroities in world history—the holocaust. They put a personal face on history as they vividly depict the events of their lives through conversations with each other. These men do not merely represent an important part of world history—they are history—the voices, faces and memories of ife in a WWII concentration camp.

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San Mateo Athletic and Aquatic Center at College of San Mateo Over 24,000 square feet of space dedicated to: Strength Training • Cardiovascular Training • Open Workout Area Spinning Room • Group Exercise Room • Yoga Room • Pilates Room 50 meter Olympic-sized swimming pool and a 25 yard adaptive pool For more information, please visit collegeofsanmateo.edu/athleticclub

Monday 1

12:00n AMERICAN CINEMA Romantic Comedy (R 3/5 at 8:30p; 3/6 at 1:30a)

5:00a CONVERSATION WITH... Michael Pollan Pollan discusses his new book “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” with Michael Shnayerson of Vanity Fair.

1:00p CIAO ITALIA More Piedmont Cooking—Piu Cucina Piemontese

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW 7:30a BUSINESS AND THE LAW 8:00a WAY WE LIVE 8:30a WAY WE LIVE 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT Sexual Health 10:30a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT Reproduction And Contraception 11:00a EXAMINED LIFE: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 11:30a EXAMINED LIFE: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY

1:30p DELICIOUS TV: TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Better Than Classic Lasagna 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p QUILT IN A DAY Star Spangled Banner And Stars And Stripes 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Tutto Pasta 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! O,O.O 4:00p SADDLE CLUB 4:30p KID FITNESS 5:00p CARTOONING WITH BLITZ 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p WORLD BUSINESS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Giant Rock (R 3/2 at 12:30a)

8:00p KINGDOM A mysterious young woman turns up asking to speak to Peter. She is carrying Simon’s child. (R 3/2 at 1:00a) 9:00p SHERLOCK HOLMES The Resident Patient Holmes helps a patient left terrified by strange occurrences relating to his criminal past life. (R 3/2 at 2:00a) 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... HENNING MANKELL’S WALLANDER: THE SECRET In Swedish With English Subtitles A boy’s body is discovered in an abandoned barn, and his murder shocks Kurt, Linda and Stefan. As they delve into the world of child abuse the characters are forced to come to terms with their own experiences and struggle with hidden demons. (R 3/2 at 3:00a)

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7:30a TAKING THE LEAD 8:00a OUR FAMILY OURSELVES 8:30a OUR FAMILY OURSELVES 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a NUTRITION PATHWAYS Metabolism 10:30a NUTRITION PATHWAYS Weight Control: Energy Regulation 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 12:00n DESTINOS 12:30p DESTINOS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Know Your Grains—Sapere Vostri Grani 1:30p DELICIOUS TV: TOTALLY VEGETARIAN No Stress Pasta 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p QUILT IN A DAY Airplane Block And Propeller

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hoods are being threatened as increased drilling and dangerous drilling practices are killing cattle. (R 3/3 at 3:00a) 10:30p PRICE OF COFFEE For over 100 years, coffee has been fundamental to the economy of Nicaragua. But the wars of the late 1970’s and the 1980’s all but destroyed the country’s reputation as a premier producer of quality beans. Follow Nicaragua as they strive to achieve their former place in the hierarchy of coffee producers. (R 3/3 at 3:00a)

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2:30p QUILT IN A DAY Signal Lights (3/7 at 4:00p) 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Italian—Austrian 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Captivating Cookies 4:00p SADDLE CLUB 4:30p KID FITNESS 5:00p CARTOONING WITH BLITZ 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

6:00p JOURNAL 11:00p FAMILY VALUES: AN AMERICAN TRAGEDY 6:30p WORLDFOCUS Nicaraguans strive to achieve their former place in the hierarchy 7:00p JOHN MCLAUGHLIN’S ONE ON of the worldwide coffee market. ONE (R 3/3 at 4:00a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Trees (R 3/4 at 12:30a)

Wednesday 3 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Hazelnut Haven

7:00a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Gifts From Your Kitchen

8:00a CHILD DEVELOPMENT: STEPPING STONES

7:30a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS

4:00p SADDLE CLUB

8:30a CHILD DEVELOPMENT: STEPPING STONES

4:30p KID FITNESS

9:00a BODY ELECTRIC

5:00p CARTOONING WITH BLITZ

9:30a SIT AND BE FIT

8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE 8:30p CURIOSITY QUEST Money Get a wealth of information from PFF Bank & Trust about protecting money. (R 3/4 at 1:30a) 9:00p NANOTECHNOLOGY: THE POWER OF SMALL Watching Me, Watching You Explore questions and problems surrounding cheap and assessable surveillance and tracking devices. (R 3/4 at 2:00a)

10:00p CROSS CANADA CENTURY FLIGHT The largest transcontinental 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 10:00a ASTRONOMY: OBSERVATIONS flight of North America by civilian AND THEORIES aircraft is attempted in Canada. 6:00p JOURNAL (R 3/4 at 3:00a) 10:30a ASTRONOMY: OBSERVATIONS 6:30p WORLDFOCUS AND THEORIES 11:00p MASTERS OF TECHNOLOGY 7:00p BAY AREA VISTA Vinton Cerf 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION (R 3/3 at 12:00a) Vinton Cerf is called the father of the Internet, developing 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD and implementing many of the Windmills 12:00n DESTINOS protocols that have led to one of (R 3/3 at 12:30a) the most powerful technologies 12:30p DESTINOS ever invented. Follow the 8:00p LOVE ME TENDER—THE LOVE amazing story of how a few SONGS OF ELVIS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA dozen engineers turned his little Ashley Judd narrates the warm Cooking With Five Ingredients— idea into the Internet. story of the tender side of the Cucinando Con Cinque (R 3/4 at 4:00a) King of Rock and Roll. Ingredienti (R 3/3 at 1:00a) 11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION 1:30p DELICIOUS TV: TOTALLY (R 3/4 at 4:30a) 10:00p SIERRA CLUB CHRONICLES VEGETARIAN Range Wars Rage On Chutney & Herbal Magic! Join two cattle ranching families 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF who have been on the land for PAINTING generations, and whose liveli(DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)


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Thursday 4 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a DOLLAR$ & SENSE 7:30a DOLLAR$ & SENSE 8:00a DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY 8:30a DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a EARTH REVEALED: INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY 10:30a EARTH REVEALED: INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 12:00n DESTINOS 12:30p DESTINOS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Chicken As You Like It—Pollo A Piacere

2:30p QUILT IN A DAY 8:00p VOCES Liberty Star Special Circumstances (R 3/21 at 4:00p) The return of an exiled man 30 years after being tortured reveals a legacy of dictatorship in Chile. 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Serendipitous Celery (R 3/5 at 1:00a) 3:30p BAKE DECORATE 9:00p AS WE FORGIVE CELEBRATE! Two Rwandan women make Down On The Farm peace with those who slaughtered their families during the 4:00p SADDLE CLUB 1994 genocide. (R 3/5 at 2:00a) 4:30p KID FITNESS 10:00p ETERNAL CUBA WITH ENRIQUE CHIAZ This personal memoir and musical journey and celebrates the culture and character of the country. (R 3/5 at 3:00a) 11:00p AFROPOP: THE ULTIMATE CULTURAL EXCHANGE Mix Two female hip-hop disc jockeys express themselves in ways that genuinely baffle their parents. (R 3/5 at 4:00a)

Friday 5 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

1:30p DELICIOUS TV: TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Caribbean Zing

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

7:30a SOMETHING VENTURED

2:30p QUILT IN A DAY Victory Block (R 3/14 at 4:00p) 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Stretch, Stuff, And Roll 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Everything’s Coming Up Daisies

7:00a SOMETHING VENTURED 8:00a WORLD OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a ART OF THE WESTERN WORLD 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION

4:00p SADDLE CLUB

11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION

4:30p KID FITNESS

12:00n DESTINOS

5:00p CARTOONING WITH BLITZ

12:30p DESTINOS

5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

1:00p CIAO ITALIA Dinner Val D’aosta Style—La Cena Val D’aostana

6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Ansel Adams (R 3/5 at 12:30a)

1:30p DELICIOUS TV: TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Soup-A-Licious 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

5:00p CARTOONING WITH BLITZ 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p LA PLAZA—MARIA HINOJOSA: ONE-ON-ONE Maria Elena Salinas (R 3/6 at 12:00a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Oil Islands (R 3/6 at 12:30a) 8:00p RED GREEN SHOW The Chain Letter Harold convinces the guys at the Lodge to make money by sending out lots and lots of chain letters. (R 3/6 at 1:00a) 8:30p AMERICAN CINEMA Romantic Comedy Take a look back on screwball comedies including It Happened One Night and His Girl Friday, and analyze recent interpretations of genre by directors. (R 3/1 at 12:00n; 3/6 at 1:30a) 9:30p YOUTH CINEMA (R 3/6 at 2:30a; 3/14 at 6:00p; 3/15 at 12:00a) 10:00p SHORT LIST Films From England, Brazil, Spain And The Netherlands Full English Breakfast—How bangers and beans built an empire.Men at Work—Meet a calm Brazilian swat team on the job. The Mole and the Fairy—Spanish magical realism in a Madrid apartment. The Bedroom—Dutch animation about Van Gogh’s iconic room. (R 3/6 at 3:00a) 10:30p THEATER TALK A View From The Bridge (R 3/6 at 3:30a)


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11:00p MUSIC SEEN Dance to the electronic pop of The Gaskets and progressive breakbeat of Existor. (R 3/6 at 4:00a)

3:30p SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE Wyatt Earp

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4:30p DESERT SPEAKS Baja Boojums: Bizarre Plants

5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE 7:30a DONNA DEWBERRY SHOW Pillow Talk 8:00a BEST OF SIMPLY PAINTING: ACROSS EUROPE The Fairy Bush 8:30a GRAND VIEW Redwood National Park 9:00a GARY SPETZ’S PAINTING WILD PLACES! WITH WATERCOLOR 9:30a WYLAND’S ART STUDIO Sea Of Cortez 10:00a GARDEN SMART 10:30a HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 11:00a CHRISTINA COOKS I Hate Free Radicals 11:30a DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Fabulous Easy Breakfasts 12:00n HEALTHY FLAVORS Healthy Pasta Pairing 12:30p COASTAL COOKING WITH JOHN SHIELDS Down On The Bayou 1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY MARTINEZ Media Hora 1 1:30p MEXICO—ONE PLATE AT A TIME WITH RICK BAYLESS The Case For Quesadillas 2:00p NATURAL HEROES Brower Youth Awards 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES Old Is New: Digital Scrapbooking And Other New Ideas 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD G Gauge In Mesa

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5:00p SEASONED TRAVELER Michigan Marvels 5:30p PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE Exploring Rugged Northern Corsica, France 6:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS WITH PATRICK MCMILLIAN Bats: The Strange And Secret Lives Of Bats (R 3/7 at 12:00a) 6:30p WINGS OVER CANADA Small Air Strips (R 3/7 at 12:30a) 7:00p TRAVELSCOPE Desert Birds, Bats And Wildflowers (R 3/7 at 1:00a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Old-Fashioned Harvest (R 3/7 at 1:30a) 8:00p RICK STEVES’ EUROPE Three-Part Travel Skills Special Tips on planning a trip, overcoming the language barrier, finding accommodations and staying safe. (R 3/7 at 2:00a) 8:30p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI The Bronx Zoo Encounter the elusive Okapi, one of the world’s smallest monkeys and the Pygmy Marmoset. (R 3/7 at 2:30a) 9:00p WILD! The Secret Of Cats An intimate portrait of nature’s big cats uncovers the secrets of lions, tigers, pumas and more. (R 3/7 at 3:00a) 10:00p FIRST MILLIMETER: HEALING THE EARTH A look at how carbon sequestration in top soil can curb global warming and increase biodiversity. (R 3/7 at 4:00a) 11:00p CHANGING SEAS Corals Of The Deep Off Florida’s Atlantic coast grow the porcelain-white and centuries old corals of the deep sea. (R 3/7 at 5:00a)

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11:30p NATURAL HEROES Power Shift Cameron Diaz hosts this exploration of the abundant possibilities of clean, renewable energy. (R 3/7 at 5:30a)

Sunday 7 5:00a CHANGING SEAS Corals Of The Deep (R 3/6 at 11:00p) 5:30a NATURAL HEROES Power Shift (R 3/6 at 11:30p) 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE 7:30a HEALTHY MINDS PTSD: Helping Our Troops 8:00a CULTIVATING LIFE Pine 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP A Perfect Shower 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S ART Studdler, Royal Flush, Puff’s Leach 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE 10:00a LASSIE’S PET VET 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP Mission Bookcase! 11:00a BARBECUE UNIVERSITY WITH STEVEN RAICHLEN New England 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA 12:00n CHEFCLASS Red Meat Saute 12:30p TOMMY TANG’S EASY THAI COOKING Chinese New Year Celebration In Bangkok 1:00p FORK IN THE ROAD WITH ERIC VILLEGAS Eric’s Texas Chili 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY Amber Waves Of Pasta (Emilia Romagna) 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Window Quilt Valance 2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S WORKSHOP New Beginnings


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March 2010 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY 10:30a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, Cotton Theory Quilting-Reversible BODY, SPIRIT Jackets, Part 2 Managing Your Health 3:30p KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Signal Lights (R 3/3 at 2:30p) 4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Let It Snow 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p TVMD Anger And Health 6:00p YOUTH CINEMA (R 3/8 at 12:00a) 6:30p AMERICAN CINEMA Film Noir (R 3/8 at 12:30a; 3/15 at 12:00n; 3/19 at 8:30p; 3/20 at 1:30a) 7:30p SPOTLIGHT! Cutting For Real: Editing 8:00p SOULFUL SYMPHONY WITH DARIN ATWATER The acclaimed 85-member African-American orchestra performs hit tunes and original compositions. (R 3/8 at 2:00a; 3/25 at 9:00a; 3/26 at 2:00a)

11:00a EXAMINED LIFE: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 11:30a EXAMINED LIFE: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 12:00n AMERICAN CINEMA The Combat Film (R 3/1 at 12:30a; 3/12 at 8:30p; 3/13 at 1:30a) 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Succculent Strawberries— Fragole Succulente

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

7:00a TAKING THE LEAD

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! A Walk In The Garden

5:00p CARTOONING WITH BLITZ

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7:00p WORLD BUSINESS

7:30a BUSINESS AND THE LAW 8:00a WAY WE LIVE 8:30a WAY WE LIVE 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT A Family Affair

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

7:30a TAKING THE LEAD 2:30p QUILT IN A DAY Bride’s Bouquet And Brave World 8:00a OUR FAMILY OURSELVES (R 3/28 at 4:00p) 8:30a OUR FAMILY OURSELVES 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Heavenly Baccala 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC

11:00p CONVERSATION WITH... Greg Mortenson The director of the Central Asia Institute discusses his book about building schools in Pakistan. (R 3/8 at 5:00a)

7:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW

5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

4:00p SADDLE CLUB

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

Tuesday 9

1:30p DELICIOUS TV: TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Tempeh On The Go

10:00p SENECA FALLS See Close-up on page 4. (R 3/8 at 4:00a)

5:00a CONVERSATION WITH... Greg Mortenson (R 3/7 at 11:00p)

10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... MY FRIEND MAIGRET In French With English Subtitles Shortly after boasting of his supposed friendship with Maigret, a beach bum on a tiny island off the Mediterranean coast of France ends up dead, and Maigret's ensuing investigation becomes a kind of a reunion with old acquaintances. (R 3/9 at 3:00a)

4:30p KID FITNESS 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Kern River Preserve (R 3/9 at 12:30a)

9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a NUTRITION PATHWAYS Weight Control: Treatment And Health Effects 10:30a NUTRITION PATHWAYS Vitamins: Water Soluble 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 12:00n DESTINOS 12:30p DESTINOS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Ciao Italia Cook Off!

1:30p DELICIOUS TV: TOTALLY VEGETARIAN 8:00p INSPECTOR MORSE Latin Lover The Dead Of Jericho—Part One Morse has hopes of a blossoming 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF romance with piano teacher PAINTING Anne, but is shattered when she 2:30p QUILT IN A DAY is found murdered. Finishing With Swag Border (R 3/9 at 1:00a) 9:00p SHERLOCK HOLMES The Red Headed League Jabez Wilson approaches Holmes to discuss the mystery surrounding his employment, which pays a very good wage. Holmes investigates and discovers that Moriarty may have a hand in these peculiar dealings.. (R 3/9 at 2:00a)

3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY That’s How The Cookie Crumbles 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! For Kids Only 4:00p SADDLE CLUB 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p CARTOONING WITH BLITZ


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6:00p JOURNAL

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12:30p DESTINOS

7:00p BAY AREA VISTA (R 3/10 at 12:00a)

1:00p CIAO ITALIA Pizza Per Salute—Healthy Pizza

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Pacific Asia Museum (R 3/10 at 12:30a)

1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Everything Eggplant

8:00p BRACING FOR A QUAKE: A SURVIVAL GUIDE See Close-up on page 4. (R 3/10 at 1:00a)

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

9:30p GULLAH Explore culture preserved by the descendants of the original slaves who have never left St. Helena Island, South Carolina where their ancestors endured their servitude. (R 3/10 at 2:30a)

2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Cottage Square 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Everyday Roasted Duck (Lombardy) 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Picnics

10:00p SIERRA CLUB CHRONICLES Rats To Roses This multi-year time arc witnesses the threat and loss of the community gardens in New York—but also the commitment and resilience of community organizers. (R 3/10 at 3:00a)

4:00p SADDLE CLUB

10:30p ABSOLUTELY IRISH! Three generations of musical virtuosos perform beloved jigs, reels and airs and contemporary takes on favorite old tunes. (R 3/10 at 3:30a)

Wednesday 10 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS 7:30a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS 8:00a CHILD DEVELOPMENT: STEPPING STONES 8:30a CHILD DEVELOPMENT: STEPPING STONES 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT

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ogy. Their exciting and collaborative work not only improves the quality of lives around the world, but underscores the need for the U.S. to nurture its home-grown female talent in these maledominated fields. (R 3/11 at 3:30a) 11:00p MASTERS OF TECHNOLOGY Donna Shirley Follow the career of Donna Shirley, one of the few female engineers at NASA, who has pioneered the management of technological innovation through cohesive team efforts. (R 3/11 at 4:00a) 11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION (R 3/11 at 4:30a)

Thursday 11 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

7:00a DOLLAR$ & SENSE

6:00p JOURNAL

7:30a DOLLAR$ & SENSE

6:30p WORLDFOCUS

8:00a DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY

7:00p JOHN MCLAUGHLIN’S ONE ON 8:30a DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY ONE 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT Gold Rush Medicine (R 3/11 at 12:30a) 10:00a EARTH REVEALED: INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY 8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE 8:30p CURIOSITY QUEST Legoland Learn how legos are constructed, venture into the world of model building and enjoy the fascinating rides at Legoland! (R 3/11 at 1:30a)

10:30a EARTH REVEALED: INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY

9:00p NANOTECHNOLOGY: THE POWER OF SMALL Forever Young Explore issues raised by technologies that enable advancements in detecting and treating disease. (R 3/11 at 2:00a)

12:30p DESTINOS

10:00p SCIENCE MISSION 101 See Close-up on page 5. (R 3/11 at 3:00a)

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

10:00a ASTRONOMY: OBSERVATIONS 10:30p BOLD VISIONS: WOMEN IN AND THEORIES SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 10:30a ASTRONOMY: OBSERVATIONS Take a glimpse into the lives of AND THEORIES extraordinary women working in the fields of science and technol11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION (PROGRAM DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)

11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 12:00n DESTINOS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Formaggi E Vini Favoriti— Favorite Cheeses And Wines 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Portobello Paradise

2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Radiant Blue—Part I

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Mary Lou Williams Centenary Celebration Happy 100th Birthday, Mary Lou Williams! The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, under the leadership of Artistic Director for Jazz Dr. Billy Taylor, continues to bring women jazz artists into the spotlight with the annual Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Festival, May 20-22, 2010, now celebrating its 15th year. 2010 marks the 100th Anniversary of Williams’ birth, and in that honor, the 15th Anniversary of the Festival features the compositions and arrangements of Mary Lou Williams. Award-winning vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater and acclaimed drummer Terri Lyne Carrington host the festival which features bassist Esperanza Spalding, pianist Geri Allen, big band DIVA and more. These ticketed events in the Terrace Theater will be recorded for future broadcast on NPR’s JazzSet with Dee Dee Bridgewater. pictured: Mary Lou Williams

Also in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Williams’ birth, the Kennedy Center has created the Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Emerging Artist Workshop, May 20–22, 2010, which provides female jazz artists ages 18 to 35 with an opportunity to explore and develop their artistry under the guidance of leading jazz artists and instructors. This three-day residency, dedicated to the spirit and style of Mary Lou Williams, provides instruction, insight and tools rooted in the foundations of jazz: swing, melody and harmony. Each year will focus on a specific instrument, 2010 highlighting the piano. The workshop culminates in a public performance by the participants on the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage on May 22, 2010. As one of the first women of jazz, Mary Lou Williams began as Pittsburgh’s “little piano girl” and proceeded to become a musical inspiration to the world. She was a pianist, composer and arranger of some of the genre’s greatest tunes—from boogie-woogie and blues to ragtime and swing, to impressionism, bop and beyond. She played alongside some of the greats: Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington and Thelonious Monk. Beyond her performing career, Mary Lou Williams was also a respected teacher, a noted humanitarian and a mentor to many other female artists who came after her. Mary Lou Williams died on May 28, 1981. With the inaugural Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Festival in 1996, Dr. Billy Taylor created the first comprehensive festival of this kind to be presented by a national arts organization. For more information visit www.kennedy-center.org.


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

Vocalist Faith Winthrop with Melanie Berzon

3/14 Saxophonist/Composer Mary Fettig with Chris Cortez 3/21 Pianist/Composer Amina Figarova with Melanie Berzon 3/28 Vocalist Shaynee Rainboldt with Michael Burman

RIVERWALK JAZZ Sunday at 6 pm 3/7

Crazy Rhythm: Red Nichols and His Five Pennies The Five Pennies, The Red Heads and The Charleston Chasers are a handful of small groups cornetist Red Nichols led in New York recording sessions in the 20s. Join The Jim Cullum Jazz Band for a look at Red Nichols (pictured), who helped forge a new sophisticated, big city sound.

3/14 Behind Every Great Man: Lil Hardin and Louis Armstrong

photo courtesy: jimmiejazzarchive.com

An intimate glimpse at the most famous marriage in jazz history. Lil Hardin (pictured) shares stories of her relationship with Louis Armstrong and how their seven years together helped launch him to stardom. The Jim Cullum Jazz Band adds their musical touch with performances from Armstrong’s Hot Fives and Hot Seven repertoire.

3/21 Keeping it Hot: The Jim Cullum Jazz Band with Trumpeter Bria Skonberg & Clarinetist Dave Bennett

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3/28 Not Just Another Pretty Face: ‘Girl Singers’ of the Big Band Era

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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Visit our website at www.kcsm.org; then click on the Jazz 91 Playlist link. Go directly to the playlist at www.jazzlist.org Tune into JazzTV on Digital Channel 43.3 Tune into Comcast Digital Channel 962.


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in the moment with jim bennett Sunday at 8 pm 3/7

Montclair Women’s Big Band To celebrate International Women's Day and Women's History Month, a compilation of 2 performances featuring the Montclair Women's Big Band, under the direction of Ellen Seeling, recorded October 24th, 2007 at Yoshi's in Oakland and March 8th, 2009 at the Jazzschool in Berkeley. Denise Perrier and Vicki Randle are featured on vocals. Recorded by Jim Bennett and Lee Brenkman.

3/14 Whitney James, Part 1 Part one of the CD release party with vocalist Whitney James (pictured) for her highly praised and played debut, The Nature Of Love, recorded at the Side Door Cabaret of the Palladium Theatre in St. Petersburg, Florida on January 8th, 2010. With Joshua Wolff, Mark Feinman, Alejandro Arenas and Jeremy Powell. Presented by the Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association.

3/21 Whitney James, Part 2 Part two of the CD release party with vocalist Whitney James.

3/28 Lynne Arriale Part 2 of the first public duet performance of two highly regarded musicians and educators in Jazz, pianist Lynne Arriale and alto saxophonist Bunky Green, recorded at the Springs Theatre in Tampa, Florida on October 25th, 2009.

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

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3/14 Walter Donaldson, Prince of Tin Pan Alley 3/21 Wild Bill Davison in Copenhagen Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra Debut on Victor 1926 Big Joe Turner's Blues 3/28 Walter Donaldson The Quintessential Melody Maker Part two of two parts

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JAZZ PROFILES WITH NANCY WILSON Monday at 9 pm 3/1

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Blues singer Jimmy Witherspoon (pictured) had a deep, smoky voice and recorded dozens of albums and fronted bands and orchestras. Throughout his career, "Spoon" managed to span the worlds of blues, R&B and jazz with his deep baritone and unique style. His collaborators ranged from Count Basie to Eric Burdon, Gerry Mulligan to Van Morrison, and T-Bone Walker to Robben Ford.

3/15 Pianist Tommy Flanagan 3/22 Harry "Sweets" Edison Swinging and singing: both describe the unmistakable sound of Harry "Sweets" Edison (pictured, 1919-1999), one of the most important stylists in the history of jazz trumpet. Sweets plays with a simplicity born of sophisticated artistry. It propelled him to the Count Basie Band, which he joined in 1937, thereafter becoming one of its most frequently featured soloists. Celebrate Edison's spare style that blends subtle humor, impeccable timing and the sweetly muted tone that gave him his nickname.

3/29 Jackie McLean Alto saxophonist Jackie McLean (pictured) was one of the giants of jazz. His spare, sugar-free sound backed everyone from Charlie Parker to Miles Davis. In tribute to McLean, we'll listen again to this Jazz Profiles episode where McLean talks candidly about his life and times.

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER WITH WENDELL PIERCE Tuesday at 9 pm 3/2

New Orleans Jazz Orchestra The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra stops in on its northern cousin in a visit to the House of Swing. NOJO artistic director and trumpeter Irvin Mayfield (pictured) gives us a taste of the bayou with his 21-piece orchestra and original tunes Ballad of the Long Hot Night, Beat, Whoopin’ and Hollerin’ and more.

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Cyrus Chestnut, Russell Malone and Christian McBride

3/16 Joey DeFrancesco Trio 3/23 Deep in the Shed: Marcus Roberts Take solace in the blues! Hammond B3 specialist Joey DeFrancesco (pictured) and his trio are joined by a three hard-driving tenor sax players—Vincent Herring, John Nugent and the late David “Fathead” Newman, in one of his last performances. They’ll burn up classics like Deep Blues, My One and Only Love and Speak Low.

3/30 American Icons: Dave Brubeck and Ramsey Lewis

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PIANO JAZZ WITH MARIAN MCPARTLAND Wednesday at 9 pm

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Steve Kuhn Pianist Steve Kuhn (pictured) is a highly accomplished player, a creative composer and a longtime friend of McPartland. In his youth, Kuhn played with Coleman Hawkins, Stan Getz and John Coltrane. Over the years, he’s honed a unique style built on melodic variation, rhythmic sparkle and his ceaseless imagination. He joins McPartland for Walkin and Too Late Now.

3/10 Remembering The Late Stacey Rowles 3/17 Loston Harris with guest host Michael Feinstein 3/24 Remembering Jimmy McPartland Jimmy McPartland (pictured with wife, Marian) was one of the great cornet players from the early jazz era and late husband of Marian McPartland. In this program, Piano Jazz celebrates the jazz legend with excerpts from a special centennial concert at the Danny Kaye Playhouse at the 2007 JVC Jazz Festival. Tunes include Struttin’ With Some Barbeque, St. James Infirmary and Basin St. Blues.

3/31 Guitarist Bill Frisell

JAZZSET WITH DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER Thursday at 9 pm 3/4

Dee Dee Bridgewater at the Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Festival Sexy, spunky, sublime, inspired: the new CD To Billie With Love from Dee Dee comes out March 2. Dee Dee (pictured) is onstage at the Kennedy Center on JazzSet.

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3/11 Pianist James Williams (1951-2004) Remembered 3/18 Women Play Drums: Sherrie Maricle and Cindy Blackman Maricle leads her Five Play quintet, and Blackman's (pictured) Quartet features J.D. Allen on sax—both at the Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Festival at the Kennedy Center.

3/25 Bassist/Vocalist Esperanza Spalding at Newport


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Monday, March 8th is International Womens' Day and KCSM-FM will celebrate by featuring Jazz women musicians, composers, arrangers, producers and vocalists all day and night long. From foremothers Marian McPartland, Vi Redd and Clora Bryant to current movers and shakers Melissa Morgan, Tineke Postma and Roberta Gambarini. Join Alicia Lopez, Alisa Clancy, Chris Cortez, Jesse “Chuy” Varela, Jayne Sanchez, Nancy Wilson and Dave Ramirez for our 17th Annual International Womens' Day Celebration. Tune in for 24 hours of Women in Jazz, Monday, March 8.

FM S tudio C onstruction U pdate

Construction crews are working all around KCSM. The bathrooms are being remodeled, landscaping is being planted outside the building and some walls in the FM area are coming down. Construction for KCSM FM is minimal, but the results will allow KCSM to have two control rooms. This won’t change the great jazz that you hear, but it will make it much easier and more efficient to run the station with such a small staff. We will also gain some ability to record artists in the control rooms during interviews and guest appearances. Our hopes are pictured: jazz 91 cd library expansion in progress to have our first of two control rooms ready by June 2010—stay tuned!

T hank Y ou P ledge V olunteers A great big Thank You to all of our wonderful volunteers who gave up their time, many traveling great distances (in the pouring rain!) to answer phones during our Winter Fund Drive. Without each and every one of you, we wouldn't be able to do what we do, which is continue to bring great jazz 24/7, 365 days a year!

Thank you to these very generous sponsors who donate products to make our pledge drives successful! Please support these vendors who support your Jazz Station! Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria San Mateo

B Street & Vine San Mateo

City Baking Company South San Francisco

Candis Company/Jazz Caterers Belmont

CreoLa A New Orleans Bistro San Carlos

Jeremiah’s Pick Coffee San Francisco

Subway

Laurelwood Shopping Center, San Mateo

The Office City Redwood City

Whole Foods Market San Mateo

Windy City Pizza & Barbeque

Borel Shopping Center, San Mateo


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3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Notto Risotto (Lombardy)

7:00a SOMETHING VENTURED

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Teacher Gifts

8:00a WORLD OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

8:30p AMERICAN CINEMA The Combat Film Examine the role of the combat film in filing a social and political need. (R 3/1 at 12:30a; 3/8 at 12:00n; 3/13 at 1:30a)

7:30a SOMETHING VENTURED

4:00p SADDLE CLUB

9:00a BODY ELECTRIC

4:30p BIZ KID$

9:30a SIT AND BE FIT

5:00p MARK KISTLER’S IMAGINATION STATION

10:00a ART OF THE WESTERN WORLD

5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION

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10:00p SHORT LIST Films From The USA, Canada, France And The Netherlands 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION JOURNAL Sunshine—A Native American rediscovers a precious relative. 12:00n DESTINOS WORLDFOCUS Darts in the Snow—Hilarious Montreal animation about winter 12:30p DESTINOS SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW frolics. The White Wolf—Two 1:00p CIAO ITALIA brothers discover courage CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Zuppe In Dieci Minuti -Ten-Minute and trust in a French forest. Getty Garden Soups Conversion—A Navajo family and (R 3/12 at 12:30a) its day of reckoning. Boom—A 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VOCES Dutch tree brims with unexpected VEGETARIAN Tito Puente: The King Of Latin life. Polenta Perfection Music (R 3/13 at 3:00a) Bill Cosby, Marc Anthony 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF 10:30p THEATER TALK and more pay homage to the PAINTING Time Stands Still bandleader, percussionist and (R 3/13 at 3:30a) composer. 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF (R 3/12 at 1:00a) QUILTING 11:00p MUSIC SEEN Radiant Blue—Part II Enjoy Bluegrass and acoustic VEILED VOICES jams featuring Jackass Flats, The Investigate the world of Muslim 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Whiskey Rebellion and Special women religious leaders through You Say Tomato, I Say Apple Ed and the Shortbus. the eyes of these three women in (Trentino Alto Adige) (R 3/13 at 4:00a) Lebanon, Syria, and Egypt, who are redefining the role of females 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! as leaders in the Islamic religion. Ice Cream Party (R 3/12 at 2:00a)

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10:00p MANHOOD & VIOLENCE: FATAL PERILE 4:30p BIZ KID$ Profiles a group of violent men who participated in an intense, 5:00p MARK KISTLER’S emotional group therapy, and IMAGINATION STATION the resulting re-arrest rate for the programs graduates. 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! (R 3/12 at 3:00a) 6:00p JOURNAL 11:00p AFROPOP: THE ULTIMATE 6:30p WORLDFOCUS CULTURAL EXCHANGE We Will Not Die Like Dogs 7:00p LA PLAZA—MARIA HINOJOSA: Take a unique and poignant look ONE-ON-ONE at the African response to the Ana Castillo continent’s deadliest epidemic. (R 3/13 at 12:00a) AIDS activists from the African countries of Nigeria, Uganda, 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Burkina Faso and Zambia are Costa Mesa profiled. (R 3/13 at 12:30a) (R 3/12 at 4:00a) 8:00p RED GREEN SHOW The Women’s Circle The men learn that the women have formed a Women’s Circle where they meet and discuss 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF their lives. PAINTING (R 3/13 at 1:00a) 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

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5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE 7:30a DONNA DEWBERRY SHOW Girlie Style 8:00a BEST OF SIMPLY PAINTING: ACROSS EUROPE Chateau Balerory 8:30a GRAND VIEW Devils Postpile National Monument 9:00a GARY SPETZ’S PAINTING WILD PLACES! WITH WATERCOLOR 9:30a WYLAND’S ART STUDIO Sea Turtle 10:00a GARDEN SMART


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10:30a HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 11:00a CHRISTINA COOKS Happy Food 11:30a DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Vegetarian Holidays 12:00n HEALTHY FLAVORS You Say Tomato 12:30p COASTAL COOKING WITH JOHN SHIELDS Clambake 1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY MARTINEZ At The Beach 1:30p MEXICO—ONE PLATE AT A TIME WITH RICK BAYLESS Confessions Of A Carnita-Vore 2:00p NATURAL HEROES The Good Fight 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES Decorative Edges: The Revival Of Edging 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD Ohio Central Railroad 3:30p SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE American Gothic

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8:30p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo Amazing anacondas, rainforest Ocelots and our Mystery Creature are found amongst the fall colors. (R 3/14 at 2:30a)

6:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS WITH PATRICK MCMILLIAN Dominica Rainforests: Eden Rediscovered (R 3/14 at 12:00a) 6:30p WINGS OVER CANADA Rare Earth (R 3/14 at 12:30a) 7:00p TRAVELSCOPE Ontario, Canada’s Far North (R 3/14 at 1:00a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD John Muir (R 3/14 at 1:30a)

8:00a CULTIVATING LIFE Apple 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Farm Stand 9:00a FLY TYING: THE ANGLER’S ART Stoat’s Tail, Poly Royal, Maggot, Six-Pack

9:00p WILD! Warthog Follow the fortunes of a family of 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS warthogs, as the dangers multiply BROUSE when they leave their burrow Standing With The Farrier and the females must defend their young from such predators 10:00a LASSIE’S PET VET as leopards, jackals, eagles and 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP hyenas. Dining Room Side Board (R 3/14 at 3:00a) 10:00p TURNING THE TIDE Scientists & citizens discover a rich variety of plants & animals in New Jersey’s urban wetlands. (R 3/14 at 4:00a) 10:30p OAK OPENINGS REGION: DISCOVERING OUR NATURAL HERITAGE Citizens work to create a network of natural spaces to connect a 130 square-mile ecosystem in Ohio. (R 3/14 at 4:30a)

11:00p CHANGING SEAS Farming The Sea An ever-growing demand for 4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS fresh seafood has pushed wild 4:30p EXPERIENCE AMERICA stocks around the world to Premiere Edition--Louisiana Back the brink. Follow experts who Roads And Bayous produce fish for food production and to replenish depleted wild 5:00p SEASONED TRAVELER populations. New York State: From End To (R 3/14 at 5:00a) End 5:30p PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE Undiscovered Nepal

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11:30p NATURAL HEROES Fruit Tree Tour Earth educators teach students about sustainable ecology throughout the entire state of California. . (R 3/14 5:30a)

11:00a BARBECUE UNIVERSITY WITH STEVEN RAICHLEN Louisiana And The Gulf Coast 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA 12:00n CHEFCLASS Pasta Techniques 12:30p TOMMY TANG’S EASY THAI COOKING The Ancient Art Of Celadon Pottery/Chiang Mai 1:00p FORK IN THE ROAD WITH ERIC VILLEGAS Michigan Style Red Beans & Rice 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY Fontina Hot & Cold (Valle D’aosta) 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Pintucks In The Round 2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S WORKSHOP Warm Welcomes 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Decorative Stitch Thread Painting, Part 1 3:30p KNIT & CROCHET TODAY

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4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Victory Block (R 3/21 at 4:00p)

5:00a CHANGING SEAS Farming The Sea (R 3/13 at 11:00p)

4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Birthday Stars

5:30a NATURAL HEROES Fruit Tree Tour (R 3/13 at 11:30a)

5:00p PIANO GUY

6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

6:00p YOUTH CINEMA (R 3/5 at 9:30a; 3/6 at 2:30a; 3/15 at 12:00a)

8:00p PEOPLE NEAR HERE 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA Orville’s Picnic 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE Follow the story of a country ESMONDE TECHNIQUE store owner and his crusade to enshrine the memory of the 7:30a HEALTHY MINDS legendary guitar designer-builder Jane Pauley: Bipolar Disorder Orville Gibson. (R 3/14 at 2:00a)

5:30p TVMD Love And Health

6:30p AMERICAN CINEMA Film In The Television Age (R 3/15 at 12:30a; 3/22 at 12:00n; 3/26 at 8:30p; 3/27 at 1:30a)


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2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

8:00p FROST/NIXON: THE ORIGINAL WATERGATE The British journalist questions the ex-president about the hotel break-ins and subsequent scandal. (R 3/15 at 2:00a; 3/23 at 10:00p; 3/24 at 3:00a)

2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Sun And Moons With Jane Sassaman

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Sunday Dinner In Emilia Romagna (Emilia Romagna)

8:00a OUR FAMILY OURSELVES

10:00p GREETINGS FROM ASBURY PARK See Close-up on page 5. (R 3/15 at 4:00a)

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Popcorn Treats

9:00a BODY ELECTRIC

4:00p SADDLE CLUB

11:00p CONVERSATION WITH... U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer Justice Breyer discusses his book “Active Liberty” with NBC News Correspondent Pete Williams. (R 3/15 at 5:00a)

4:30p BIZ KID$

10:00a NUTRITION PATHWAYS Vitamins: Fat Soluble

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6:30p WORLDFOCUS

5:00a CONVERSATION WITH... U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer (R 3/14 at 11:00p)

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Upper Newport Bay (R 3/16 at 12:30a)

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW 7:30a BUSINESS AND THE LAW 8:00a WAY WE LIVE 8:30a WAY WE LIVE 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT 10:30a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT 11:00a EXAMINED LIFE: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 11:30a EXAMINED LIFE: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 12:00n AMERICAN CINEMA Film Noir (R 3/7 at 6:30p; 3/8 at 12:30a; 3/19 at 8:30p; 3/20 at 1:30a) 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Le Torte Cioccolate—Chocolate Cakes 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN New Pasta Favorites

5:00p MARK KISTLER’S IMAGINATION STATION 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 6:00p JOURNAL 7:00p WORLD BUSINESS

8:00p INSPECTOR MORSE The Dead Of Jericho—Part Two When the evidence points to suicide, Morse has his own reasons for believing it to be murder. (R 3/16 at 1:00a) 9:00p SHERLOCK HOLMES The Final Problem Holmes and his arch rival Moriarty come to their final reckoning at the Reichenbach Falls. (R 3/ 16 at 2:00a) 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... SCENE OF THE CRIME: DEATH ON ICE In German With English Subtitles When a local celebrity, former pro skater and now competition judge is found dead of hypothermia on the local rink, Ballauf and Schenk enter the world of junior competitive skating—cutthroat competition, bitter rivalries, crushing disappointments, stage mothers, performance enhancing drugs—all against a background of broken family relationships. (R 3/16 at 3:00a)

Tuesday 16 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

7:00a TAKING THE LEAD 7:30a TAKING THE LEAD 8:30a OUR FAMILY OURSELVES 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT

10:30a NUTRITION PATHWAYS Major Minerals And Water 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 12:00n DESTINOS 12:30p DESTINOS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Pasta Ripiena—Stuffed Pasta 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Beans And Greens 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Basketweave Baby Quilt 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Umbria Family Jewels (Umbria) 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Birds And Butterflies 4:00p SADDLE CLUB 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p MARK KISTLER’S IMAGINATION STATION 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p BAY AREA VISTA (R 3/17 at 12:00a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Newport Boats (R 3/17 at 12:30a) 8:00p BRAIN IN LOVE WITH DR. DANIEL AMEN (R 3/17 at 1:00a) Award winning psychiatrist, brain imaging researcher, and multiple bestselling author Dr. Daniel (PROGRAM DESCRIPTION CONT ON NEXT PAGE)


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10:00p 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 3/17 at 3:00a)

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1:00p CIAO ITALIA Pasta Alla Nonna— Grandmother’s Pasta 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Vegetarian Holidays

7:00p JOHN MCLAUGHLIN’S ONE ON 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING ONE 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD QUILTING Randsburg Spice Island Compass—Part I (R 3/18 at 12:30a) 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY 8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF Milano Classico (Lombardy) PAINTING 8:30p CURIOSITY QUEST 3:30p BAKE DECORATE Habitat 4 Humanity/Diabetes 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF CELEBRATE! Walk PAINTING Chocolate And More Chocolate Whether you are a child or an adult, explore various organiza6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 4:00p SADDLE CLUB tions where you can make a 7:00a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS 4:30p BIZ KID$ difference. (R 3/18 at 1:30a) 7:30a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS 5:00p MARK KISTLER’S 9:00p NANOTECHNOLOGY: THE IMAGINATION STATION 8:00a CHILD DEVELOPMENT: POWER OF SMALL STEPPING STONES 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! Clean, Green And Unseen Questions about the environmen- 6:00p JOURNAL 8:30a CHILD DEVELOPMENT: tal impact of particles that enable STEPPING STONES new technologies are examined. 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC (R 3/18 at 2:00a) 7:00p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00p ANUNA: CELTIC ORIGINS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD See Close-up on page 5. 10:00a ASTRONOMY: OBSERVATIONS Persimmons AND THEORIES (R 3/19 at 12:30a) 10:30a ASTRONOMY: OBSERVATIONS 8:00p VOCES AND THEORIES Soy Andina 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF An immigrant folk dancer from PAINTING 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION the Andes and a modern dancer from Queens journey to Peru to 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION dance. PAINTING 12:00n DESTINOS (R 3/19 at 1:00a) 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 12:30p DESTINOS 9:00p ANYONE AND EVERYONE 7:00a DOLLAR$ & SENSE Poignant and often heartbreaking 1:00p CIAO ITALIA stories of families across the Gli Studenti In Cucina—Students 7:30a DOLLAR$ & SENSE country all connected by a In The Kitchen common thread – a gay child, 8:00a DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY and their often difficult journey 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY 8:30a DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY from coming out to acceptance. VEGETARIAN (R 3/19 at 2:00a) Fabulous Easy Breakfasts 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 10:30p BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT E STREET BAND: LIVE IN PAINTING BARCELONA 10:00a EARTH REVEALED: The Boss and his band perform 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY “Born to Run,” “Thunder Road,” QUILTING The Rising” and other hits in Quilting At Windmills With John 10:30a EARTH REVEALED: Spain. Flynn INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY (R 3/19 at 3:30a) 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION Stuff It Your Way (Umbria) 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 3:30p BAKE DECORATE 12:00n DESTINOS CELEBRATE! 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF Simply Asian PAINTING 12:30p DESTINOS 4:00p SADDLE CLUB 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 4:30p BIZ KID$

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March 2010 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a SOMETHING VENTURED 7:30a SOMETHING VENTURED 8:00a WORLD OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a ART OF THE WESTERN WORLD 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 12:00n DESTINOS 12:30p DESTINOS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Ciao Italia Cooking Live With Sara Moulton 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Soup And Salad Pizzas 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Spice Island Compass—Part II 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Weeknight Stovetop Chicken (Le Marche) 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! A Slice Of Americana 4:00p SADDLE CLUB 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p MARK KISTLER’S IMAGINATION STATION

8:30p AMERICAN CINEMA Film Noir These cynical and pessimistic films from the 1930s and ‘40 touched a nerve in Americans, and historians link the genre’s overriding paranoia to Cold War-related angst over the nuclear threat and the Hollywood blacklist. (R 3/7 at 6:30p; 3/8 at 12:30a; 3/15 at 12:00n; 3/20 at 1:30a) 9:30p YOUTH CINEMA (R 3/20 at 2:30a; 3/28 at 6:00p; 3/29 at 12:00a) 10:00p SHORT LIST Films From Italy, Japan, Brazil, Germany And The USA Dear Son—A son understands his father’s post mortem message. The Naked Ape—An ape’s POV on the theory of evolution. Tyger—Brazilian animation based on Blake’s famous poem. A Simple Mission—The Good Fairy meets Jacob the Peasant in this German comedy. Card Trick—Royal flush decks the king in this U.S. computer animation. (R 3/20 at 3:00a) 10:30p THEATER TALK (R 3/20 at 3:30a) 11:00p MUSIC SEEN (R 3/20 at 4:00a)

Saturday 20 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

6:30a WAI LANA YOGA

6:00p JOURNAL

7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE

10:30a HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 11:00a CHRISTINA COOKS Eat Your Carrots... 11:30a DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Soup And Salad Pizzas 12:00n DIET FREE WITH ZONYA FOCO, RD 1:30p MEXICO—ONE PLATE AT A TIME WITH RICK BAYLESS Tacos Hola! 2:00p NATURAL HEROES Oil + Water 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES Favorite Childhood Memories 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD Maine Narrow Gauge 3:30p SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE Ioway Indians 4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS 4:30p EXPERIENCE AMERICA A Bi-Coastal Fourth Of July 5:00p SEASONED TRAVELER Quebec: C’est Magnifique 5:30p PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE Off The Beaten Path In The Canary Islands, Spain 6:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS WITH PATRICK MCMILLIAN Appalachian Foothills: On The Trail Of Oconee Bell (R 3/21 at 12:00a) 6:30p WINGS OVER CANADA Abbotsford Air Show (R 3/21 at 12:30a) 7:00p TRAVELSCOPE Custer Country, Montana (R 3/21 at 1:00a)

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Tuolumne Meadows 7:30a DONNA DEWBERRY SHOW (R 3/21 at 1:30a) Seasonal Secrets 7:00p LA PLAZA—MARIA HINOJOSA: 8:00p PEOPLE NEAR HERE ONE-ON-ONE 8:00a BEST OF SIMPLY PAINTING: Stuffed! Paul Cuadros ACROSS EUROPE Ever wonder how all those dead (R 3/20 at 12:00a) Atlantic Ocean Scene animals on display at the nature museums look so lifelike? Meet 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD 8:30a GRAND VIEW a fellow who makes them come Petroglyphs Golden Gate National Recreation alive again through the age old (R 3/20 at 12:30a) Area and mysterious art of taxidermy. 8:00p RED GREEN SHOW (R 3/21 at 2:00a) 9:00a GARY SPETZ’S PAINTING Ranger Harold WILD PLACES! WITH 8:30p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI Harold fills in for Ranger Gord WATERCOLOR The Los Angeles Zoo while he’s sick, leaving Uncle Discover Australia’s down under Red alone and lonely at the 9:30a WYLAND’S ART STUDIO wonder, the koala, colossal Lodge. Classic Seascape Komodo Dragons and our (R 3/20 at 1:00a) Mystery Creature. 10:00a MOMENT OF LUXURY (R 3/21 at 2:30a) Parisian Luxury Back Home 6:30p WORLDFOCUS


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1:00p FORK IN THE ROAD WITH ERIC 9:00p WILD! VILLEGAS Return Of The Prime Predators Salmon Gravlax & Meatballs An experimental wildlife preserve is set among the wine estates 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY and sheep farms of South Africa. From Wine To Chocolate (Valle (R 3/21 at 3:00a) D’aosta) 10:00p VISIONS OF FRANCE: THE 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM RIVIERA Pinstitching Techniques See the sun-splashed Mediterranean wonderland known as the 2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S Cote d’Azur for unprecedented WORKSHOP access to this playground of the High, But Not Dry rich and famous, from the sparkling cobalt waters of fashionable 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY beach resorts to rugged Alpine Decorative Stitch Thread retreats. Painting, Part 2 (R 3/21 at 4:00a) 3:30p KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:30p NATURAL HEROES Coffee To Go: A Fair Trade Story 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Liberty Star Coffee lovers and coffee farmers (R 3/5 at 2:30p) discuss the differences between Free Trade and Fair Trade. 4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF (R 3/21 at 5:30a) QUILTING Mother May I

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5:30a NATURAL HEROES Coffee To Go: A Fair Trade Story (R 3/21 at 5:30a) 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE 7:30a HEALTHY MINDS Chemical Dependency 8:00a CULTIVATING LIFE Salt 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Kid’s Party 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER Wyoming Nymphing 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE Stopping 10:00a LASSIE’S PET VET

5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p TVMD Mold 6:00p YOUTH CINEMA (R 3/12 at 9:30a; 3/13 at 2:30a; 3/22 at 12:00a) 6:30p AMERICAN CINEMA The Film School Generation (R 3/22 at 12:30p; 3/29 at 12:00p) 7:30p SPOTLIGHT! An Indie Spirit

11:00p CONVERSATION WITH... Senator David Boren Boren’s new book “A Letter to America” examines the roles of the United States in world politics. (R 3/22 at 5:00a)

Monday 22 5:00a CONVERSATION WITH... Senator David Boren (R 3/21 at 11:00p) 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW 7:30a BUSINESS AND THE LAW 8:00a WAY WE LIVE 8:30a WAY WE LIVE 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT 10:30a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT 11:00a EXAMINED LIFE: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 11:30a EXAMINED LIFE: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 12:00n AMERICAN CINEMA Film In The Television Age (R 3/14 at 6:30p; 3/15 at 12:30a; 3/26 at 8:30p; 3/27 at 1:30a)

8:00p STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN LIVE: PLAY HARD 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Stevie Ray Vaughan’s uniquely Due Casseruole Classiche—Two eclectic and fiery style sounded Classic Casserole like no other guitarist, regardless of genre – a leading light in 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY American blues. Follow the guitar VEGETARIAN master’s career with some of Tempeh Cabbage Spectacular his finest performances caught on tape. 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF (R 3/22 at 2:00a) PAINTING

9:30p THE BEST OF RED SKELTON Celebrate America’s Clown Prince of Comedy and one of the longest running television variety 11:00a BARBECUE UNIVERSITY WITH series. “The Red Skelton Show,” STEVEN RAICHLEN was one of the first variety Texas And Oklahoma shows to make the successful 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA transition from radio to TV. For two decades, Skelton’s slapstick 12:00n CHEFCLASS routines and characters in full Braising color, along with hilarious guests ruled the airwaves. 12:30p TOMMY TANG’S LET’S GET (R 3/22 at 3:30a) COOKING Beijing 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP A Comfortable Rocking Chair

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2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Desert Stars 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Braising Beef With Beer (Trentino Alto Adige) 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Deliciously Decadent Desserts 4:00p SADDLE CLUB 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p MARK KISTLER’S IMAGINATION STATION


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March 2010 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 6:00p JOURNAL

10:00a NUTRITION PATHWAYS Trace Minerals

6:30p WORLDFOCUS

10:30a NUTRITION PATHWAYS Physical Activity: Fitness Basics

7:00p WORLD BUSINESS

11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Pear Fair (R 3/23 at 12:30a)

11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION

8:00p INSPECTOR MORSE The Silent World Of Nicholas Quinn—Part One Morse and Lewis solve the murder of a deaf examination syndicate official who stumbles upon a scheme to sell examination questions. (R 3/23 at 1:00a)

12:30p DESTINOS

9:00p SHERLOCK HOLMES The Disappearance Of Lady Frances Carfax Lady Frances Carfax is caught between an old family quarrel with her brother and a sinister horseman who seems to haunt her life. Holmes senses danger but before he can reach her she disappears. (R 3/23 at 2:00a) 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... INSPECTOR COLIANDRO: CHINESE REVENGE In Italian With English Subtitles A Chinese child vanishes, leaving behind a dragon key ring. Urged on by his sweet but insistent niece, Inspector Coliandro, theoretically on leave to look after the little girl, begins an investigation of his own and uncovers a child trafficking network, once again winning his superiors’ begrudging praise. (R 3/23 at 3:00a)

Tuesday 23 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a TAKING THE LEAD 7:30a TAKING THE LEAD 8:00a OUR FAMILY OURSELVES 8:30a OUR FAMILY OURSELVES 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT

12:00n DESTINOS

10:00p FROST/NIXON: THE ORIGINAL WATERGATE The British journalist questions the ex-president about the hotel break-ins and subsequent scandal. (R 3/14 at 8:00p; 3/15 at 2:00a; 3/24 at 3:00a)

Wednesday 24

5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF 1:00p CIAO ITALIA PAINTING Insalate D’estate—Summer Salads 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY PAINTING VEGETARIAN Spice Sensational 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF 7:00a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS PAINTING 7:30a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING 8:00a CHILD DEVELOPMENT: Petite Baskets STEPPING STONES 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Flora And Fauna (Le Marche)

8:30a CHILD DEVELOPMENT: STEPPING STONES

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Pets

9:00a BODY ELECTRIC

4:00p SADDLE CLUB

10:00a ASTRONOMY: OBSERVATIONS AND THEORIES

4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p MARK KISTLER’S IMAGINATION STATION 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p BAY AREA VISTA (R 3/24 at 12:00a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD White Sea Bass (R 3/24 at 12:30a) 8:00p TOMMY EMMANUEL—CENTER STAGE Recognized as the elite of the elite and arguably the greatest living acoustic guitar player, twotime Grammy nominee Tommy Emmanuel has mesmerized both fellow musicians and audiences alike with a professional career that spans over four decades. Recorded live over three nights at the Sierra Nevada Brewery. (R 3/24 at 1:00a)

9:30a SIT AND BE FIT

10:30a ASTRONOMY: OBSERVATIONS AND THEORIES 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 12:00n DESTINOS 12:30p DESTINOS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Funghi—Mushrooms 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Fantastic Fennel 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Digital Thread Painting With Sylvain Bergeron 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Amber Waves Of Pasta (Emilia Romagna)

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! 9:30p ALL IN THE SAME BOAT: A Touch Of Lace STORIES OF BREAST CANCER 4:00p SADDLE CLUB SURVIVORS An extraordinary team of breast 4:30p BIZ KID$ cancer survivors train for for an exciting dragon boat race. 5:00p MARK KISTLER’S (R 3/24 at 2:30a) IMAGINATION STATION


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5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

12:30p DESTINOS

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

6:00p JOURNAL

1:00p CIAO ITALIA Cena Di Domenica—Sunday Dinner

7:00a SOMETHING VENTURED

6:30p WORLDFOCUS

7:30a SOMETHING VENTURED

7:00p JOHN MCLAUGHLIN’S ONE ON 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY ONE VEGETARIAN Burger 911 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Barack Obama’s California 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF College Days PAINTING (R 3/25 at 12:30a) 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF 8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE QUILTING Longarm Mastery With Marilyn 8:30p CURIOSITY QUEST Badger Tiger Rescue On this adventure into the 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY world of big cats, meet Michael Fontina Hot & Cold (Valle Jackson’s tiger, Thriller, as Tippy D’Aosta) Hendren takes us on an excursion through her Tiger infested 3:30p BAKE DECORATE rescue facility. CELEBRATE! (R 3/25 at 1:30a) Planes, Trains And Cars

8:00a WORLD OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

9:00p RICK STEVES’ ROMANTICS’ EUROPE The travel guru visits spots in Barcelona, Prague and Lascaux Caves in France’s Dordogne valley. (R 3/25 at 2:00a)

4:00p SADDLE CLUB 4:30p BIZ KID$

1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN It’s All Greek To Me

5:00p MARK KISTLER’S IMAGINATION STATION

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

11:00p GEOCACHE Look at this sport which combines global satellite technology with a low-stakes treasure hunt. (R 3/25 at 4:00a)

6:00p JOURNAL

2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Binding—The Perfect Finish

7:00p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW

3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY From Wine To Chocolate (Valle D’aosta)

11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION (R 3/25 at 4:30a)

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Smartsville (R 3/26 at 12:30a)

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

8:00p VOCES Dream Havana Discover the story of two writers, one who stayed to face the hardships of Cuba and the other who escaped. (R 3/26 at 1:00a)

4:00p SADDLE CLUB

11:00p VISIONING TIBET A San Francisco doctor attempts to save an entire country from preventable blindness. (R 3/26 at 4:00a)

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Places I’ve Wanted To Go (R 3/27 at 12:30a)

Thursday 25 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a DOLLAR$ & SENSE 7:30a DOLLAR$ & SENSE 8:00a DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY 8:30a DISCOVERING PSYCHOLOGY 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a EARTH REVEALED: INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY 10:30a EARTH REVEALED: INTRODUCTORY GEOLOGY 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 12:00n DESTINOS

6:30p WORLDFOCUS

9:00a BODY ELECTRIC 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a ART OF THE WESTERN WORLD 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 12:00n DESTINOS 12:30p DESTINOS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Mangiare E Piselli—Eat Peas

4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p MARK KISTLER’S IMAGINATION STATION

5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 9:00p SOULFUL SYMPHONY WITH 6:00p JOURNAL DARIN ATWATER The acclaimed 85-member 6:30p WORLDFOCUS African-American orchestra performs hit tunes and original 7:00p LA PLAZA—MARIA HINOJOSA: compositions. ONE-ON-ONE (R 3/7 at 8:00a; 3/8 at 2:00a; 3/26 Cristian Samper at 2:00a) (R 3/27 at 12:00a)

Friday 26 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

8:00p RED GREEN SHOW The Sinkhole The Lodge leans over as it sinks into the ground. Red customizes his car with old kitchen fixtures. (R 3/27 at 1:00a)


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March 2010 8:30p AMERICAN CINEMA Film In The Television Age Television first arrived in American homes just as the Hollywood studio system was collapsing. As the new medium took hold, so did a new era of motion picture entertainment. (R /314 at 6:30p; 3/15 at 12:30a; 3/22 at 12:00n; 3/27 at 1:30a) 9:30p YOUTH CINEMA (R 3/27 at 2:30a)

11:00a CHRISTINA COOKS A Balancing Act 11:30a DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Tempeh Cabbage Spectacular 12:00n HEALTHY FLAVORS On The Road/Day Trip 12:30p CIAO ITALIA Pizza Per Salute—Healthy Pizza

1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY MARTINEZ 10:00p SHORT LIST One Pot Meal (Caldo Gallego) Films From England And Lithuania 1:30p MEXICO—ONE PLATE AT A 19 Peel Street—A baby’s TIME WITH RICK BAYLESS imagination is awakened in A Whole New Enchilada the London night. The Life of 2:00p NATURAL HEROES Elves—Documents a Lithuanian Global Oneness stepmother raising dwarf children into old age. 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES (R 3/27 at 3:00a) Favorite Vacations 10:30p THEATER TALK 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD (R 3/27 at 3:30a) Japan’s Meitetsu Railroad 11:00p MUSIC SEEN 3:30p SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS Experience musical gymnastics BROUSE for the body and soul with RatMormon Trail tlemouth and ambient grooves from ILAD. 4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS (R 3/27 at 4:00a) 4:30p EXPERIENCE AMERICA The Ultimate Road Trip

Saturday 27 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE 7:30a DONNA DEWBERRY SHOW Crafty Notions 8:00a BEST OF SIMPLY PAINTING: ACROSS EUROPE Portlaoise 8:30a GRAND VIEW Yellowstone National Park 9:00a GARY SPETZ’S PAINTING WILD PLACES! WITH WATERCOLOR 9:30a WYLAND’S ART STUDIO Sea Otter 10:00a MOMENT OF LUXURY A Day In The Country: From Old England To New England 10:30a HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

5:00p SEASONED TRAVELER Slovenia

first zoo, The Philadelphia Zoo. Here we’ll reveal acrobatic Giant River Otters, fleet Cheetahs and our Mystery Creature. (R 3/28 at 2:30a) 9:00p WILD! The Nature Of Aggression Fighting seems to be a part of human nature, but what about in the rest of the animal kingdom. Understanding aggressive behavior in wildlife may help us understand our own inclination toward conflict. (R 3/28 at 3:00a) 10:00p KNUT AND FRIENDS Follow this heartwarming and emotional story of Knut the polar bear and his extraordinary young life. (R 3/28 at 4:00a) 11:30p NATURAL HEROES Edward Abbey: A Voice In The Wilderness This author is noted for his advocacy of environmental issues and criticism of public land policies. (R 3/28 at 5:30a)

Sunday 28 5:30a NATURAL HEROES Edward Abbey: A Voice In The Wilderness (R 3/27 at 11:30a)

5:30p PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE Discovering The “Sud Tirol”, Italy

6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

6:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS WITH PATRICK MCMILLIAN Backyard Wilderness—Spring Island’s Model Community (R 3/28 at 12:00a)

7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH: THE ESMONDE TECHNIQUE

6:30p WINGS OVER CANADA Campbell River (R 3/28 at 12:30a) 7:00p TRAVELSCOPE Brittany, France (R 3/28 at 1:00a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Desert Tower (R 3/28 at 1:30a) 8:00p PEOPLE NEAR HERE The Wood Works Adirondack craftspeople who have elevated the traditional Adirondack furniture styles to new heights. (R 3/28 at 2:00a) 8:30p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI The Philadelphia Zoo Travel with Jim and his Wild Zoofari Explorers to America’s (DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)

6:30a WAI LANA YOGA

7:30a HEALTHY MINDS William Cope Moyers—Broken: My Story Of Addiction 8:00a CULTIVATING LIFE Fall 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Pay It Forward 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER Largemouth On Top 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE Giving To The Bit 10:00a LASSIE’S PET VET 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP Custom Band Saw Jewelry Boxes 11:00a BARBECUE UNIVERSITY WITH STEVEN RAICHLEN The Pacific Rim 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA


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12:00n CHEFCLASS Cooking With Rice

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(in

stirring book about Mexican migration to the states. Martinez, an award-winner journalist, reads from his work and discusses the process of writing “Crossing Over.” (R 3/29 at 5:00a)

12:30p TOMMY TANG’S LET’S GET COOKING Beijing

1:00p FORK IN THE ROAD WITH ERIC VILLEGAS 11:30p LEADING GEN Great Lakes Risotto Bored with retirement, two older men open an art gallery 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY that becomes a national award The Umbrian Twist (Umbria) winner. (R 3/29 at 5:30a) 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Serger Techniques 2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S WORKSHOP An End Is Only The Start Of Something New 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Amish Quilts, Part 1 3:30p KNIT & CROCHET TODAY

Monday 29

5:00a LA PLAZA Conversations With Ilan Stavans: Ruben Martinez (R 3/28 at 11:00p) 5:30a LEADING GEN

6:00a 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Bride’s Bouquet And Brave World 7:00a (R 3/8 at 2:30p) 7:30a 4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF 8:00a QUILTING Quilting Log Cabin Quilts 8:30a

MORNING CUP OF JAZZ BUSINESS AND THE LAW BUSINESS AND THE LAW WAY WE LIVE WAY WE LIVE

5:00p PIANO GUY

9:00a BODY ELECTRIC

5:30p TVMD Hormone Replacement Therapy

9:30a SIT AND BE FIT

6:00p YOUTH CINEMA (R 3/19 at 9:30p; 3/20 at 2:30a; 3/29 at 12:00a) 6:30p AMERICAN CINEMA The Edge Of Hollywood (R 3/29 at 12:30a) 7:30p SPOTLIGHT! Location, Location, Location! 8:00p 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 3/29 at 2:00a)

10:00a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT 10:30a JOURNEY TO HEALTH: MIND, BODY, SPIRIT 11:00a EXAMINED LIFE: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 11:30a EXAMINED LIFE: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 12:00n AMERICAN CINEMA The Film School Generation (R 3/21 at 6:30p; 3/22 at 12:30a) 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Dolce Celeste—Heavenly Desserts 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Fast & Easy, Hot & Spicy

9:30p GET OFF YOUR KNEES: THE JOHN ROBINS A congenital amputee uses talent 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING and faith to overcome challenges and live the life of his dreams. 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF (R 3/29 at 3:30a) QUILTING Nouveaux Bargello 11:00p LA PLAZA Conversations With Ilan Stavans: 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Ruben Martinez The Umbrian Twist (Umbria) Ilan Stavans speaks with the author of “Crossing Over,” the (DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)

most areas)

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Princesses And Fairies 4:00p SADDLE CLUB 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p WORLD BUSINESS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Hmong (R 3/30 at 12:30a) 8:00p INSPECTOR MORSE The Silent World Of Nicholas Quinn—Part Two As the investigation proceeds, Morse is repeatedly drawn to a woman who he fears may be mixed up in it all. (R 3/30 at 1:00a) 9:00p SHERLOCK HOLMES The Problem Of Thor Bridge Maria Gibson, a dejected wife, arranges to meet her children’s governess Grace Dunbar at Thor Bridge but is gunned down in cold blood. (R 3/30 at 2:00a) 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... HENNING MANKELL’S WALLANDER: BEFORE THE FROST In Swedish With English Subtitles Kurt Wallander and Linda face a religious fanatic intent on carrying out his personal version of God’s will, at a brutal cost. After years of alcohol abuse Kurt is sober, but can Linda trust him to help solve the case before more people are harmed. (R 3/29 at 3:00a)

Tuesday 30 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a TAKING THE LEAD 7:30a TAKING THE LEAD 8:00a OUR FAMILY OURSELVES 8:30a OUR FAMILY OURSELVES 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC


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March 2010 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a NUTRITION PATHWAYS Physical Activity: Beyond Fitness 10:30a NUTRITION PATHWAYS Life Cycle: Pregnancy 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION 12:00n DESTINOS 12:30p DESTINOS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Cavolini De Bruxelles—Brussels Sprouts 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Not So Ordinary Soup & Salad

lives during a time when millions were murdered before they eyes of an indifferent world. (R 3/31 at 3:00a)

Wednesday 31 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Flip A Coin

7:30a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Fun And Whimsical Cupcakes 4:00p SADDLE CLUB 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLDFOCUS 7:00p BAY AREA VISTA (R 3/31 at 12:00a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Glacier (R 3/31 at 12:30a & 7:30p)

7:00a IT’S STRICTLY BUSINESS 8:00a CHILD DEVELOPMENT: STEPPING STONES 8:30a CHILD DEVELOPMENT: STEPPING STONES

8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE 8:30p CURIOSITY QUEST Water Bottling Ever wonder where bottled water comes from? Tour a water bottling company to get a refreshing view of the industry that wants to quench your thirst. 9:00p ETHANOL MAZE Navigate the complex questions surrounding the ethanol industry: the effect ethanol production has on food prices, the energy expended to manufacture it and if ethanol is a short-term energy solution that could create additional long-term problems.

10:00p FUTURE OF NEWS Global News 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT Ann Curry and Charles Sennott discuss the changing media 10:00a ASTRONOMY: OBSERVATIONS landscape and what it means AND THEORIES for news. 10:30a ASTRONOMY: OBSERVATIONS 10:30p THROUGH MY EYES: THE AND THEORIES CHARLIE KELMAN A sax-playing surgeon reinvented 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION cataract surgery and found success and fame with his flashy 11:30a FRENCH IN ACTION style. 12:00n DESTINOS 11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION 12:30p DESTINOS 9:00a BODY ELECTRIC

1:00p CIAO ITALIA Meringhe—Meringues

1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY 8:00p PASSOVER CELEBRATION VEGETARIAN Featuring traditional music of Bloodroot the Haggadah from around the 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF world, this program illuminates PAINTING the traditions that set the Jewish holiday of Passover apart from all 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF other nights of the year. QUILTING (R 3/31 at 1:00a) Twice Quilted 9:00p ESCAPE FROM AUSCHWITZ: A 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY PORTRAIT OF FRIENDSHIP Yodeling In The Alto Piano See Close-up on page 5. (Trentino Alto Adige) (R 3/31 at 2:00a) 3:30p BAKE DECORATE 10:00p DESPERATE HOURS CELEBRATE! Follow the little-known Holocaust Geometric Designs stories of small groups of Turkish Muslims, Jews and Christians 4:00p SADDLE CLUB who worked together to save 4:30p BIZ KID$ (DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)

5:30p HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

6:00p JOURNAL 11:00p INSULAR EMPIRE: AMERICA IN 6:30p WORLDFOCUS THE MARIANA ISLANDS The US military is planning a 7:00p JOHN MCLAUGHLIN’S ONE ON massive buildup of these small ONE islands, with no input from the 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD people. Pt. Fermin Lighthouse Lens (R 3/31 at 4:00a)

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Breaking The Bread (Umbria)

5:00p PIANO GUY


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