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On The Cover May 2010—The Twilight Zone In 1957 Rod Serling (pictured) created the Twilight Zone series and wrote 92 of the 156 episodes that CBS aired between 1959 and 1964. Besides Serling, the Twilight Zone was a showcase for writers of the fantasy and science fiction genres; Charles Beaumont, Richard Matheson, Reginald Rose, Harlan Ellison and Ray Bradbury to name a few. The series featured established stars such as Ida Lupino, Cliff Robertson, Mickey Rooney, Lee Marvin and Buster Keaton. Actors on their way up also made a stop in Twilight Zone; Martin Landau, Ron Howard, Jack Klugman, Leonard Nimoy, William Shatner and Robert Redford. A testament to the popularity of the original Twilight Zone …is that there were two revivals of the series; on CBS in 1985 and on the UPN network in 2002. There have been comic books, graphic novels, radio shows, and theatrical productions based on the Twilight Zone. The original series is still in syndication. You can watch the original Twilight Zone episodes on KCSM without commercial interruption every Wednesday night at 8:00pm.

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

The Jazz Center J2 ..... FM 91.1 Program Grid J3 ..... FM Article Yes You May! J4—J7 ..... FM Program Listings All jazz, all day, every day. J8 ..... Jazz News Tribute to Ray Smith, Host of the Jazz Decades; Spring Fund Drive (May 4–21); Calling All Volunteers! ON AIR is published monthly by:

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 may 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, Dave Mandelkern (Vice President— Clerk), Patricia Miljanich (President), Karen Schwartz, Virginia Medrano Rosales (Student Trustee, 200910), Ron Galatolo (District Chancellor), Michael E. Claire (President, College of San Mateo).


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Dear KCSM Members, We have been doing some “Spring Cleaning” here at KCSM. We are almost done with supporting spring classes, and have brought you some new programs on the television station. The Radio station is preparing for our spring fundraising drive. Construction on campus is now focused on the new Campus Center building, and many of the fences around the campus have been removed. As we head into the new fiscal year (July) we continue to bring you the programming and service you want and need, while we minimize or eliminate others, thus reducing our financial needs. Many companies have become web based, taking orders, replying to customer concerns, and providing additional services. We know not all of you are comfortable with the web and we will still be here via phone and mail to work with you, but there are systems we can put in place to help us help you more efficiently. We will be asking you to, if possible, contact us and support us over the web.

We are also trying to be “greener”. If you do not want to continue to get the “On-Air” guide, you may opt out of this mailing. You may also opt in to email updates about programming. We promise not to spam you! If we don’t have your email, we will send you postal mail when it your time to renew. The only other postal mail that you will receive will be if there is a special event, or a special need of the station. In television, we have reduced our staff and continue to bring you our theme night programming. The federally mandated digital transition is done and we are multicasting programming for the Bay Area. The CSM students learning broadcasting have produced a show, “The Bay Today” with topics about the peninsula. In addition we have signed and agreement to work with Sezmi TV to give you another way to receive TV signals.

In Radio, we have been working feverishly to digitize the entire library and to add tools for the staff that make it easier to make the great programming you have come to love. This includes the ability to have a playlist that is live and can display in your RDS capable radio. Technically we have improved the capabilities of the systems and there will be new transmission line installed as well. You will see some of these changes soon. Most important to us is that we hear from you about how we are doing. Don’t hesitate to let us know by calling or emailing us!

Sincerely,

Marilyn Lawrence General Manager


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Highlights

The Kingston Trio & Friends Reunion The original members of America's premier folk trio—The Kingston Trio—perform together after nearly 20 years. After attaining worldwide stardom, the trio's original members went their separate ways, not speaking for years. Original band member Bob Shane toured under the groups name successfully for years, then approached the original members to participate in this reunion concert in 1981. Hosted by long–time friend Tommy Smothers. Tuesday, May 4 at 8:00 pm

Big Band Boogie Woogie: Motor City Blues & Boogie One magical evening not long ago, 22 musicians and an ecstatic audience were transported back to a time when big bands ruled the dance halls and the boogie woogie beat was king. This unique concert event is punctuated by insightful commentary from the artists about the music, its history, and gives you the best seat in the house—and the best spot on the dance floor!

Friday, May 7 at 8:30 pm

Art 2 Art This unique instructional painting program features two San Francisco Bay Area artists who show how to paint a single subject utilzing two different techniques. Seasoned painters as well as instructors, Guy Magallanes paints light to dark, one color at a time, while Joyce Faulknor paints dark to light, mixing her colors. Non-painter, beginners and experienced artists will find this an entertaining, informative and fun look at how to painting with watercolor. Every Saturday, beginning May 8 at 9:00 am

Picturing Mary

pictured: rosemary plum

For nearly two millennia, the Virgin Mary has inspired some of the finest achievements in painting, architecture, poetry and music. From tiny keepsakes to giant mosaics, artists including Michelangelo, embrandt and Caravaggio portrayed Mary as a sublime embodiment of womanhood, endowing her with all of humanity's virtues, joys and sorrows. Journey through history, from ancient times to the present, to survey some of the world's most treasured art. Sunday, May 9 at 8:00 pm


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American Sandanista In the 1980's a bloody civil war between the socialistinfluenced Sandinistas and U.S.–backed Contras ravaged Nicaragua. Despite the danger, thousands of Americans disobeyed White House warnings and descended upon the Central American nation, determined to lend their skills and labor to the revolutionary cause. Follow this small group of controversial U.S. engineers who went further than anyone expected, and paid the ultimate price. Tuesday, May 11 at 9:30 pm

pictured: American engineer and volunteer Ben Linder

Avec Eric

photo credit: angie mosier

Get an insider's view of the professional life and lifestyle of master chef Eric Ripert. The Micheline three–star chef shows how to achieve elegant simplicity at home and elevate your food experience. Go behind–the– scenes at his famed New York restaurant Le Bernardin, one of the most heralded kitchens in the U.S. to show the inner workings of a high-end seafood restaurant. Ripert also explores the people, places, cultures and ingredients that influence his signature dishes. Every Sunday, beginning May 23 at 12:00 noon

Between The Lines Explore the Vietnam War through the prism of the surfing sub–culture. Get a unique insight into the dramatic effect that the Vietnam War and draft had on young American men who rode the waves. It's a story of freedom, bravery and life altering personal decisions. The choice that most draft age surfers faced during the Vietnam War era was either go to war or evade the draft—it was one or the other. Delve into the lives of two surfer, Pat Farley and Brant Page who chose oposite paths.

Tuesday, May 25 at 9:00 pm

pictured: pat farley (top); Brant Page (bottom)

D– Day: The Price of Freedom A tribute to the courageous men who began the liberation of France more than 60 years ago. Throughout this moving documentary, former service men share their harrowing tales of survival. Follow five veterans who make an emotional journey to the American Cemetery overlooking Omaha Beach, where each speaks candidly about the unimaginable horror, dispair and fear of the day, and why these aging men remain heroes to the French people.

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Enrich Yourself

Music, fine arts, aquatics, science and many other engaging classes...

...at College of San Mateo during the day, at night and online. Enroll today. Summer session begins June 21.

collegeofsanmateo.edu (650) 574-6165

Saturday 1 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

12:30p CIAO ITALIA Gli Studenti In Cucina—Students In The Kitchen

7:00p TRAVELSCOPE Taiwan—The Natural Side (R 5/2 at 1:00a)

9:00a GARY SPETZ’S PAINTING WILD PLACES! WITH WATERCOLOR

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD 1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY Pyramid MARTINEZ Spanish Classics (Chicken & Figs) 8:00p PEOPLE NEAR HERE The Ice People 1:30p TASTE THIS! A look at the popular winter sport Outdoor Markets of ice fishing and the people who 2:00p NATURAL HEROES think nothing of sitting around in Teachings Of The Tree People sub-zero temperatures on windswept, frozen Lake Champlain 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES and staring into a hole in the ice. Family (R 5/2 at 2:00a) 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD 8:30p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI Railroads In Patagonia The San Diego Zoo’s Wild Animal Park 3:30p SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS Go on safari to discover gigantic BROUSE White Rhinos, hungry Ugandan Amish Village Giraffes and our Mystery Crea4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS ture. (R 5/2 at 2:30a)

9:30a WYLAND’S ART STUDIO

4:30p THE BAY TODAY

10:00a MOMENT OF LUXURY Living With History

5:00p SEASONED TRAVELER Scottish Castles

10:30a HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

5:30p PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE Cortina, Courmayeur And The Dolomite Mountains, Italy

5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 7:30a HEALING QUEST 8:00a JERRY YARNELL SCHOOL OF FINE ART 8:30a GRAND VIEW Yosemite National Park

11:00a CHRISTINA COOKS Red Blooded Nutrition 11:30a DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Fast & Easy, Hot & Spicy (R 5/20 at 1:30p) 12:00n HEALTHY FLAVORS Recipe Makeovers

6:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS WITH PATRICK MCMILLAN Frogs—The Spirit Of Spring (R 5/2 at 12:00a) 6:30p WINGS OVER CANADA God’s River, Manitoba

9:00p GET CURIOUS, NOT FURIOUS! COMMUNICATING YOUR TRUE COLORS Personality expert Mary Miscisin explains “True Colors,” which is comprised of four personality types, and what your color means to your communication style. (R 5/2 at 3:00a) 10:30p SS UNITED STATES: LADY IN WAITING The SS United States, retired in 1969 and lying derelict at a pier in Philadelphia, was once the fastest ocean liner in the world. (PROGRAM DESCRIPTION CONT ON NEXT PAGE)


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M ay 2 0 1 0 A Norwegian cruise line plans to refit her as a modern-day stateof-the-art cruise ship. (R 5/2 at 4:30a) 11:30p NATURAL HEROES Big Apples, Big Ideas The future looks grim in Washington, where apple growers by the thousands are going out of business. (R 5/2 at 5:30a)

Sunday 2 5:30a NATURAL HEROES Big Apples, Big Ideas (R 5/1 at 11:30p) 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 A Cabin Feel 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE American Gothic 10:00a LASSIE’S PET VET 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP Shaker Inspired Work Tables

4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Flip Flops

7:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW

5:00p PIANO GUY

8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Financial Planning For Singles

5:30p TVMD Future Medicine 6:00p YOUTH CINEMA 6:30p AMERICAN CINEMA The Studio System A survey of Hollywood’s industrial past during the era of contract players and directors, studio police forces, and colorful movie moguls and looks at the filmmaking environment of today. (R 5/3 at 12:30a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Masonic Cave 8:00p BUILDING ALASKA Travel down Alaska’s railroads, bridges and highways, which made a once impassable environment accessible for all. (R 5/3 at 2:00a) 9:30p WHERE THE EARTH MEETS THE SKY: THE GLASSWORKS OF JOSH SIMPSON This revealing, behind-thescenes profile of Josh Simpson, one of America’s leading glass artists, introduces not simply the artist and his work, but also his inspirations and techniques. (R 5/3 at 3:30a)

11:00a MONEYTRACK Insider’s Story

7:30a BUSINESS AND THE LAW

8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT SPECIAL 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Chain 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Ribbon Techniques 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Southern India: The Spice Of Life 1:00p CIAO ITALIA A Gift Of Risotto—Un Regallodi Risotto 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Everything Eggplant 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Buggy Days Baby Quilt

10:30p GREAT DECISIONS IN FOREIGN POLICY 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY Justified Force? Preventing 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA 3:30p BAKE DECORATE Genocide In The 21st Century CELEBRATE! Explore the international toolbox 12:00n CHEFCLASS Baby Showers for preventing genocide, including Pan-Frying the Responsibility to Protect. 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 12:30p TOMMY TANG’S LET’S GET (R 5/3 at 4:30a) COOKING 4:30p BIZ KID$ 11:00p LA PLAZA 1:00p FORK IN THE ROAD WITH ERIC Conversations With Ilan Stavans: 5:00p PIANO GUY VILLEGAS Rocio Saenz 5:30p SADDLE CLUB Grilled Pork Tenderloin (R 5/3 at 5:00a) 6:00p JOURNAL 11:30p LEADING GEN Judy Twine discusses surviving a traumatic childhood and her work 6:30p WORLD BUSINESS 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM as a makeup artist in Hollywood. 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE Specialty Stabilizers—More Than (R 5/3 at 5:30a; 5/9 at 8:00a) REVELATIONS Just Embroidery 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY Simmering Chicken In Beer

2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S WORKSHOP Stripping... Fabric 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Pattern Fitting With Confidence, Part 2 3:30p KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Kaledidoscope Quilt (Part 1)

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5:00a LA PLAZA Conversations With Ilan Stavans: Rocio Saenz (R 5/2 at 11:00p) 5:30a LEADING GEN (R 5/2 at 11:30p; 5/9 at 8:00a) 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Little Hollywood Cars 8:00p INSPECTOR MORSE Last Seen Wearing—Part One When a schoolgirl from a wealthy family is missing morse is convinced she has been murdered and his investigations reveal that there is more going on at her school than meets the eye. (R 5/4 at 1:00a)


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9:00p SHERLOCK HOLMES The Three Gables After losing his lover, a diplomat writes a manuscript of his life story and then dies mysteriously. (R 5/4 at 2:00a)

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3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... Football MAIGRET AND THE WINE MERCHANT 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS In French With English Subtitles A successful business man is 4:30p BIZ KID$ murdered after spending the afternoon in a hotel with his sec- 5:00p PIANO GUY retary. During the investigation, Maigret discovers the seemingly 5:30p SADDLE CLUB shy and needy man was really 6:00p JOURNAL dominating with a penchant to denigrate and humiliate people. 6:30p BAY AREA VISTA (R 5/4 at 3:00a) 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS

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5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Parisian Luxury Back Home 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Retirement Planning For Government Workers 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Pendants 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Shaped Bias 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE New Zealand: The Rugged Land 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Gourmet Meat Dishes—Carne Di Buongustaio 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Portobello Paradise 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

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7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Zamboni 8:00p KINGSTON TRIO—WHEREVER WE MAY GO See Close-Up on page 4. (R 5/5 at 1:00a) 9:30p STAY RICH FOREVER & EVER WITH ED SLOTT For over 20-years, retirement expert and tax advisor Ed Slott, CPA shares strategies that can be implemented immediately to safeguard more of their retirement savings-for themselves and their beneficiaries. (R 5/5 at 2:30a; 5/20 at 8:00p; 5/21 at 1:00a)

10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Crystal Vision 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Perfect Placement Of Embroidery 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Bread: The Foundation Of A Meal 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Delicious Kiwi—Kiwi Delizioso 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Polenta Perfection 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Embroidery Makes The Quilt 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Lion And Tigers And Bears 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 4:30p BIZ KID$

5:00p PIANO GUY 11:30p VALENTIA: MEXICANAMERICANS IN WORLD WAR II 5:30p SADDLE CLUB Veterans from all branches of 6:00p JOURNAL our armed forces discuss their experiences, creating an oral 6:30p JOHN MCLAUGHLIN’S ONE ON history. (R 5/5 at 4:30a) ONE

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7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS

5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Will Rogers

5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE Perchance To Dream A man with a heart condition is afraid to fall asleep.

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY A Day In The Country: From Old England To New England 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Tightwad Budgeting 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX

8:30p CURIOSITY QUEST Metro Link Trains Find out how those humongous steel trains are operated and maintained by train engineers. (R 5/6 at 1:30a) 9:00p QUEST: INVESTIGATING OUR WORLD Summer: Getting The Bugs Out New England is home to 16,000 known species of insects and summertime is the peak of their (PROGRAM DESCRIPTION CONT ON NEXT PAGE)


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M ay 2 0 1 0 activity, where their lives are very 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN short and terribly dangerous. New Pasta Favorites (R 5/6 at 2:00a) 10:00p FUTURE OF NEWS (R 5/6 at 3:00a)

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

10:30p RIVERWEBS Take a close look at an international group of river ecologists who share a story of tragedy, growth, and recovery. Across Eastern and Western cultures, an international group of river ecologists – and unlikely circle of friends – shows us a very human side of science, while demonstrating how the process of discovery works. (R 5/6 at 3:30a)

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11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION WITH JIM GLASSMAN Natural Gas Nation A panel discussion with worldrenowned experts on oil and gas about the economic, environmental and national security issues. (R 5/6 at 4:30a)

Thursday 6 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Texas-Style Luxuries 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Financial Anxiety 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a FRENCH IN ACTION 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Quilt 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Hidden Hong Kong 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Dinner Is Ready—La Cena E Pronta

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philosophies of resource exploitation, treaties, land ownership, and reservations. (R 5/7 at 3:30a)

11:30p INDIAN BOARDING SCHOOLS: KEEPING THE CULTURE ALIVE Beyond The Mesas FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF Follow the stories of the federal QUILTING government’s efforts to assimilate Diamond Leaves and acculturate Hopis. With the forced removal and experiences LIDIA’S ITALY of Hopi children in off-reservation boarding schools, enlightened BAKE DECORATE Hopi leadership sought a peaceCELEBRATE! ful middle ground that would Castles preserve the best of their culture HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS and combine it with the best of the white man’s culture. BIZ KID$ (R 5/7 at 4:30a) PIANO GUY

5:30p SADDLE CLUB 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Vernal Pools 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 5/7 at 1:00a; 5/21 at 8:30p; 5/22 at 1:30a) 9:30p CROSSING LINES An Indian American woman struggles to stay connected to India after the loss of her father. (R 5/7 at 2:30a)

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5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY The Latin Tradition Of Handmade Luxury 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Deployment And Money 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY

11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 10:00p SOUTHERN ACCENTS Vintage And Reproductions Head to Atlanta, Georgia as we speak with President and 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Mrs. Carter at the Jimmy Twin Needle Applique Carter Presidential Library and Museum; visit James K. Polk 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED Home-Columbia, TN and Andrew WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY Johnson-Greenville, TN. 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A (R 5/7 at 3:00a) FOODIE 10:30p WAASA INAABIDAA—WE North Carolina: BBQ And Beyond LOOK IN ALL DIRECTIONS 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Gakina-Awiiya—“We Are All Cooking Live With Sal Related” Scognamilla Explore the Ojibwe relationship with the natural environment 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY before European contact, and VEGETARIAN how the land and lives of Ojibwe Beans And Greens people were dramatically altered when this delicate balance 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF clashed with the Euro-American PAINTING (PROGRAM DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)


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6:30p LA PLAZA -- MARIA HINOJOSA: ONE-ON-ONE Janet Murguia 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Beaches

8:30a GRAND VIEW Crater Lake National Park 9:00a ART 2 ART 9:30a WYLAND’S ART STUDIO Pelican Flight 10:00a MOMENT OF LUXURY America’s Castles: The First Gilded Age

8:00p RED GREEN SHOW The Statue Red knocks over a historic statue 10:30a HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! downtown and must replace it. He also builds a boat launcher. 11:00a CHRISTINA COOKS (R 5/8 at 1:00a) Probiotics And You 8:30p BIG BAND BOOGIE WOOGIE: 11:30a DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY MOTOR CITY BLUES & VEGETARIAN BOOGIE WOOGIE FESTIVAL Not So Ordinary Soup & Salad See Close-Up on page 4. (R 5/8 at 1:30a) 12:00n HEALTHY FLAVORS Healthy Park Food 9:30p DAVE KOZ AT THE MOVIES The world-renowned adult pop 12:30p CIAO ITALIA artist turns to one of his favorite Pasta Alla Nonna— pastimes for inspiration, capturing Grandmother’s Pasta lush, inspired collection timeless 1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY movie themes. MARTINEZ (R 5/8 at 2:30a; 5/30 at 9:30p; Sweet Endings 5/31 at 3:30a) 1:30p TASTE THIS! 10:30p THEATER TALK Williamsburg Brooklyn (R 5/8 at 3:30a) 11:00p DESERT ISLAND JAZZ Joel Selvin San Francisco Chronicle Music Critic Joel Selvin talks about being in a musical band entirely composed of literary writers. He describes his process in writing stories and biographies of musical artists, and how he got started in the newspaper business.

2:00p NATURAL HEROES The Sea And Me

11:30p SUN STUDIO SESSIONS Catherine Feeny is a singersongwriter whose single “Mr. Blue” reached #1 on the US iTunes Charts. (R 5/8 at 4:30a)

4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS

2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES Green And Hybrid 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD Panama Canal Railway 3:30p SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE Garst Farm 4:30p THE BAY TODAY 5:00p SEASONED TRAVELER A Tale Of Two Cities

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6:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS WITH PATRICK MCMILLAN Stevens Creek—The Jewel Of The Piedmont (R 5/9 at 12:00a) 6:30p WINGS OVER CANADA Young Eagles 7:00p TRAVELSCOPE Ottawa, Canada (R 5/9 at 1:00a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD California/China Connection 8:00p PEOPLE NEAR HERE The Bread Man A young baker makes real crusty country french bread (and other savory delights) from scratch each day in his handcrafted wood-fired oven deep in the Adirondack mountains. (R 5/9 at 2:00a) 8:30p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI Mega Creatures Discover African Elephants, Hippos, Rhinos, Reticulated Giraffes, Black Rhinos and many more. (R 5/9 at 2:30a) 9:00p VIRTUAL SILENCE & SOLITUDE: YELLOWSTONE’S WINTER WILDERNESS Yellowstone National Park is visited by millions of people, yet winter in Yellowstone is something few people ever experience. Take a mystical tour of winter in Yellowstone National Park to discover a world unlike any other, a landscape of majestic beauty, bitter cold, and extreme danger, where endurance is the game and survival is the prize. (R 5/9 at 3:00a) 10:00p ABSOLUTELY IRISH! Three generations of musical virtuosos perform beloved jigs, reels and airs and contemporary takes on favorite old tunes. (R 5/9 at 4:00a) 11:30p NATURAL HEROES Oceans Of Conservation The Titan people of New Guinea struggle as the global marketplace affects their fishing industry. (R 5/9 at 5:30a)

Sunday 9 5:30a NATURAL HEROES Oceans Of Conservation (R 5/8 at 11:30p)

5:30p PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE Magical Southern Corsica, France 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT


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9:30p LIVING COURAGEOUSLY: THE 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH SPIRIT OF WOMEN 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY Celebrate the courage of 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP three women whose lives 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND Mom have been transformed by JEWELS challenging—even devastating— Beading 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER circumstances. 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS 10:00p OUTLAW LEWIS REDMOND Re-Corded Scallops BROUSE This true story of an American Ioway Indians 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED Robin-Hood, ‘Major’ Lewis WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 10:00a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP Redmond, the character of Southwest Sandblasted Vessel history and folklore was the 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A most famous outlaw of his day, FOODIE 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP outshining contemporaries Jesse Bloggers: Confessions Of The Decorative Picture Frames And James and Billy-the-Kid. Discover Food-Obsessed Mirrors this forgotten renegade, triangulating the real Lewis Redmond 1:00p CIAO ITALIA 11:00a MONEYTRACK between the distortions of hero Healthful Salads—Insalate Interview With John Bogle worship, tabloid fascination, and Salutari the savage depictions of the man 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA in Northern newspapers. 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY 12:00n CHEFCLASS (R 5/10 at 4:00a) VEGETARIAN Soups Fabulous Easy Breakfasts 10:30p GREAT DECISIONS IN 12:30p TOMMY TANG’S LET’S GET FOREIGN POLICY 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF COOKING Moscow’s Long Reach PAINTING Russia’s cherished “sphere of 1:00p FORK IN THE ROAD WITH ERIC 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF influence” has long frustrated VILLEGAS QUILTING proponents of western goals in Tilapia A La Plancha Hand Applique Techniques Eastern and Central Europe. How far does the Moscow’s hand 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY extend into the region? Terre E Mare (Le Marche) (R 5/10 at 4:30a) 3:30p BAKE DECORATE 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM CELEBRATE! 11:00p UNCONQUERED SEMINOLES Bias Strip Lattice Coffee Lovers Alert Trace the history and identity of 2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S Florida’s resilient Seminole tribe, 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS WORKSHOP one deeply rooted in a pattern of Fantastic Fabric Uses obstacle and challenge, survival 4:30p BIZ KID$ and success. (R 5/10 at 5:00a) 5:00p PIANO GUY 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Magical Fabric Yo-Yos, Part 1 11:30p LEADING GEN A man donates part of his liver to 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 3:30p KNIT & CROCHET TODAY his brother – and barely survives; 6:00p JOURNAL an 85-year-old Holocaust survivor 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY describes her will and struggle 6:30p WORLD BUSINESS Kaledidoscope Quilt (Part 2) to survive, her success and 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE achievements. 4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF REVELATIONS (R 5/10 at 5:30a; 5/16 at 8:00a) QUILTING Longarm Basics 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Giant Rock 5:00p PIANO GUY 8:00a LEADING GEN (R 5/2 at 11:30p; 5/3 at 5:30a)

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5:30p TVMD Functional Foods 6:00p LANGUAGE OF PHOTOGRAPHY Introduction (R 5/10 at 12:00a) 6:30p MUSIC VOYAGER Mumbai (R 5/10 at 12:30a) 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS

5:00a UNCONQUERED SEMINOLES 5:30a LEADING GEN (R 5/9 at 11:30p; 5/16 at 8:00a) 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a BUSINESS AND THE LAW 7:30a BUSINESS AND THE LAW 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Diversity In The Financial Sector

8:00p INSPECTOR MORSE Last Seen Wearing—Part Two Morse continues his investigation, but before he can unravel the mystery, the headmaster turns up dead. (R 5/11 at 1:00a) 9:00p SHERLOCK HOLMES The Dying Detective Adelaide Savage is worried about her husband’s habit of smoking opium to help him write poetry. (R 5/11 at 2:00a)


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10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... SCENE OF THE CRIME: LA FLEUR DU MAL In German With English Subtitles For Inspector Max Ballauf, the day begins with a big scare, and goes downhill from there. After opening a package that squirts a possibly lethal fluid in his face, his ex-girlfriends are being murdered, one by one. (R 5/11 at 3:00a)

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4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS At Home 4:30p BIZ KID$ What Is A Biz Kid? 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB Over The Bit 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p BAY AREA VISTA 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS

5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Windmills

5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

8:00p STEPH OLSEN: THE POWER OF MONEY Financial planner Steph Olsen shares her message of financial freedom and good money habits. She unlocks the mystery behind the American dollar, while relaying helpful information about the role money plays in everyday lives and suggests ways to harness its power. (R 5/12 at 1:00a)

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Secrets And Sources Of An Interior Designer 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Annuities 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Clay 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Embellishing Jeans 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY

9:30p AMERICAN SANDINISTA See Close-Up on page 5. (R 5/12 at 2:30a) 10:00p FIGHTING FOR LIFE This powerful, sobering and emotional portrait of American military medicine follows military doctors, nurses and medics working with skill, compassion and dedication amidst the vortex of the Iraq War; and the wounded soldiers and marines reacting with courage, dignity and determination to survive and to heal. (R 5/12 at 3:00a)

11:30p THOUSAND SUNS: FOOD, ECOLOGY AND RELIGION IN THE 21ST CENTURY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A One of the world’s last bastions FOODIE of biological and cultural Baja: The New Provence diversity—the Gamo Highlands of 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Ethiopia is isolated in the African Fresh Puddings—Buddini Freschi Rift Valley and is sustained by a social system whose animist 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY orientation has ensured the VEGETARIAN survival of 54 tribal groups. Vegetarian Holidays (R 5/12 at 4:30a) 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Autopilot Paper Piecing 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! O,O.O

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7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Behind The Scenes At A Designer Showroom 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Teen Entrepreneurs 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Trends 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Bovine Rhapsody 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Linguine With Clams, Two Ways—Linguine Al Vongole, Due Maniere 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 Kalamkari Strippy 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Gifts From Your Kitchen 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p JOHN MCLAUGHLIN’S ONE ON ONE

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7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Trees

5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

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Yes You May! By Claire Greene Pledge Drive Producer

Spring has sprung at Jazz 91 and we’ve got great music to go along with all the colors and energy of this sweetly scented season. We began with Jazz Appreciation Month in April and now we’re moving into May and some serious fund drive fun. The last fund drive of our fiscal year starts on May 4th and we’re working on lots of good ideas to get you excited about becoming members and contributing to the station. We’ve got a great line-up of program specials in the works that covers a lot of jazz ground. They run the gambit from celebrating the 91st anniversary of the keeper of the Purple Grotto, Al “Jazzbo” Collins; Stevie Wonder’s 60th birthday; specials on great women in jazz like Nina, Billie, Ella and Marylou Williams; to the 100th anniversary of Artie Shaw. Like I said, we’re looking to cover a lot of ground and there’s more in the line-up that we’ll just keep as a surprise for now. pictured: Kathleen Lawton with the Jazz Oasis T-shirt

So the programming end of the membership drive is coming together and we’re working on some interesting thank you gifts so please tell all your friends to tune in and check it out. Because this is the last drive of our fiscal year we get to end it as soon as we reach our goal. We estimate that to be around $300,000. Right now the drive is scheduled to run May 4 – 21 but if we can get to the goal earlier than the 21st, we’ll stop. Wouldn’t that be great?! So stay tuned, get psyched, pledge in advance at www.kcsm.org and call all your friends and tell them to join in the fun and when they ask you, “May I call in now and join?” You can answer them with a resounding, “Yes you may!” Thanks for spreading the word and for all you do to keep Jazz 91 alive and well!


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I'M TALKIN' JAZZ Sunday at 8 am 5/2

Vocalist Pamela Rose, Engineer Leslie Ann Jones with Melanie Berzon

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Drummer Billy Cobham with Chris Cortez

5/16 Bassist Dave Holland with Clifford Brown Jr. 5/23 Violinist Mads Tolling with Melanie Berzon 5/30 Pianist Ahmad Jamal with Chris Cortez

RIVERWALK JAZZ Sunday at 6 pm 5/2

New Orleans Jazz Pioneers & Their Legacy

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After Hours: A Night with Living Legend Dick Hyman

5/16 Swinging on a V-Disc: Jazz in WWII A strike by the musicians’ union in the middle of World War II reduced new recordings by jazz artists. Troops overseas felt the pinch and special releases called Victory Discs or V-Discs filled the need. It’s the story of V-Discs and the musicians who made them, with The Jim Cullum Jazz Band and their guests.

5/23 A Triple Crown of Tunesmiths: Youmans, Barris & Green The Jim Cullum Jazz Band welcomes Broadway’s Carol Woods, New Orleans’ Topsy Chapman and piano legend Dick Hyman to honor a trio of top composers of jazz standards—Vincent Youmans Time on My Hands, Harry Barris Mississippi Mud (pictured) and Johnny Green Body and Soul.

5/30 Reluctant Genius of Jazz: Artie Shaw at 100

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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Ray Anderson Trombonist and educator Ray Anderson (pictured) with the University Of South Florida Jazz Ensemble as part of the School Of Music and College of the Arts Monday Night Jazz Series, at the USF campus in Tampa. Ray and this big band directed by Tom Brantley perform arrangements by Ray, George Gruntz and Jim McNeely. Recorded by Jim Bennett on March 30th, 2009.

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Duck Baker and Mimi Fox

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An exciting double bill of fabulous playing from two masters of the jazz guitar, Duck Baker and Mimi Fox (pictured), recorded at the new Freight And Salvage Coffee House, in Berkeley, on December 8th, 2009. Jazz standards and originals by Duck and Mimi make up this free-flowing performance of solos and great duets.

5/ 16 Denise Moore and Then Some

Vocalist Denise Moore (pictured) and Then Some explore the History of Jazz in Part One of a musical journey, recorded February 25th, 2010 at the Side Door Cabaret of the Palladium Theatre in St. Petersburg, Florida. With Billy Marcus, David Pate, Alejandro Arenas and Stephen Bucholtz.

5/ 23 Todd Sickafoose's Tiny Resistors

Bassist, pianist and composer Todd Sickafoose's (pictured) Tiny Resistors, recorded at the Jazzschool in Berkeley, on February 12th, 2010. With Ben Goldberg, Ara Anderson, Jason Lewis and John Gove. Recording engineer: Lee Brenkman.

5/ 30 Quartet San Francisco Quartet San Francisco (pictured) recorded at the Jazzschool in Berkeley on November 7th, 2009. With Jeremy Cohen, Alisa Rose, Keith Lawrence and Michelle Djokic. Recording engineer: Lee Brenkman.

THE JAZZ DECADES WITH RAY SMITH Sunday at 11 pm

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Clarence Williams featuring James P. Johnson, Ed Allen, and Cecil Scott Bob Wilbur, Artie Shaw with his “new” band.

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New Happy Times Orchestra, Benny Goodman, Fess Williams and more.

5/16 Jazz Trumpets over Paris: Phillipe Brun, Alix, Combelle, Aime Barelli, Jazz De Paris, Fred Adison, Alex Renard, Andre Ekyan and more. 5/23 Artie Shaw, Belle Baker, Earl Hines, Jimmie Noone, Ken Collier. 5/30 Bunney Berrigan and His Orchestra at the Manhatten Center. Dave Carey and his Jazz Band at The Royal Festival Hall.


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The Jazz Center

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Organist Jimmy Smith

A critic once described organist Jimmy Smith (pictured) as an "excitement merchant" creating a lush, soul-stirring sound that brings audiences to their feet. This tribute explores Smith's early days in Philadelphia and shows how he brought the Hammond organ to the forefront of jazz. We'll also explore his work with trios and big bands, and his work with jazz greats such as Wes Montgomery and Oliver Nelson. Interviewees include Jimmy Smith, Shirley Scott, Mark Whitfield and Kenny Burrell.

5/10 Saxophonist Stanley Turrentine

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5/17 Vocalist Al Hibbler 5/24 Trumpeter/Vocalist Doc Cheatham Doc Cheatham (pictured) was a part of virtually all of jazz's history from his own early groups in the mid 1920s to the McKinney Cotton Pickers and Cab Calloway's band in the 30s, and on into the 70s with numerous other bands. Late in life, Doc emerged from his role as an ensemble player and blossomed into an expressive soloist in small group settings. His articulation and clarity on the trumpet were the pillars of his style.

5/31 Pianist Ellis Larkins

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JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER WITH WENDELL PIERCE Tuesday at 9 pm 5/4

Barry Harris Meets Hank Jones The piano grandmasters, Barry Harris (pictured) and Hank Jones meet onstage for the first time. Jones goes solo on Polka Dots and Moonbeams. Harris joins Jones for Satin Doll. Bassist Ray Drummond and drummer Lewis Nash complete a two-piano quartet with I'll Remember April and Corcovado for an incredible jazz event. Wynton Marsalis hosts. photo credit: SUSAN reeves

5/11 Mary Lou Williams Centennial Pianist and composer Mary Lou Williams (pictured) was always ahead of her era. In a fifty-year career, she changed with the times, but always kept her soulful style. A century after her birth, pianists Geri Allen, Geoffrey Keezer and Dan Nimmer join the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra to honor the perpetually contemporary First Lady of Jazz.

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Carol Welsman With Guest Host Jon Weber Carol Welsman (pictured) is a dynamic singer, pianist and arranger who has a won a closetful of awards in her native Canada. She swings on Latin grooves and her own arrangements, singing in Spanish, Italian, French and Portuguese with flawless pronunciation. She joins guest host Jon Weber for a set including the Peggy Lee tune I Like Men, and One Note Samba.

5/12 Celebrating 100 years Of Mary Lou Williams 5/19 Kurt Elling

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5/26 Christian Sands With Guest Host Christian McBride Talented young pianist Christian Sands (pictured) turns 21 this month, and Piano Jazz marks the occasion with this new session. Sands presents a fresh look at the entire language of jazz, from swing to Brazilian and Afro-Cuban rhythms. A student at the Manhattan School of Music, Sands already has three solo albums, a Grammy Awards show appearance and a duet with the late Oscar Peterson under his belt. He gets together with guest host Christian McBride for duets on Lonesome Lover, and Kelly's Blues.

JAZZSET WITH DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER Thursday at 9 pm 5/6

Jonathan Batiste Band at the KC Jazz Club New Orleans prodigy and Cassandra Wilson's pianist Jonathan Batiste (pictured) and his hot new big band drove through a raging February snowstorm to get to the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, and onto this JazzSet.

5/13 Mary Lou Williams Trio at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1976 5/20 Jazz Goes to College 5/27 James Carter at Newport The swaggering, staggering, sweet sax man leads his organ trio on the Harbor Stage at Newport.

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On Friday, February 26th, Ray Smith (pictured) host of the The Jazz Decades which airs Sunday nights at 11pm, passed away at the age of 87. Because of the archives, the show will continue on KCSM for a while, but we’ll all miss our colleague and friend Ray Smith, our guide through the Jazz Decades. Learn more about the life and career of Ray Smith and post your comments and remembrances at www.wgbh.org.

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We begin our final end–of–the–fiscal–year push for financial support when we begin our Spring Fund drive which starts on May 4th and ends on May 21st. However, you can help us end the drive early by showing your support today. Visit w w w. k c s m . o rg / p l e d g e and make your donation.

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We are looking for volunteers to help us during the Fund Drive. We are looking for individuals to volunteer their time to help take pledges over the phone. We also need help from restaurants, caterers and bakeries. Donate pastries, donuts, bagels, other breakfast foods or a full lunch to feed our hard–working volunteers and on–air staff. In addition to our gratitude you will be thanked live on air, in our printed guide and on our website. If you are interested in volunteering your time or service to help keep great jazz flowin' over the air, visit www.kcsm.org/springdrive

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M ay 2 0 1 0 8:30p CURIOSITY QUEST Knott’s Berry Farm Find out how roller coasters work and how they are tested for safety. (R 5/13 at 1:30a)

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9:00p QUEST: INVESTIGATING OUR WORLD Aquaculture: Down On The Salmon Farm Largescale farms growing Atlantic salmon along the Maine coast provide an affordable alternative to wild salmon. This industry may be creating more problems than it’s solving, but science may help find solutions. (R 5/13 at 2:00a)

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10:00p FUTURE OF NEWS (R 5/13 at 3:00a) 10:30p SCIENCE OF MIRACLES: 50 YEARS OF ORGAN TRANSPLANTS Take a look at the entire 50 year history of human organ transplant; from the earliest attempts at transplant, the many failures and ground-breaking discoveries, to the undying hopes, clear vision and the dedicated medical pioneers who turned something “impossible” into an everyday event. (R 5/13 at 3:30a) 11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION WITH JIM GLASSMAN The Fallout From The Financial Crisis A one-on-one interview with Robert Samuelson regarding the financial crisis and what Samuelson calls a “massive candor gap” by the U.S. government on the consequences of huge federal spending and enormous deficits. If there is no honest accounting today, there may be much more draconian—and painful— measures in the future. (R 5/13 at 4:30a)

Thursday 13 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Living With History 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Responsible Lending

9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Metals And Wire 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Memory Makeovers 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Trompe L’oeil: The Art Of Culinary Deception

on the legendary firewalkers of Beqa Island. (R 5/14 at 2:30a) 10:00p SOUTHERN ACCENTS Visit the Frank Lloyd Wright Home in Florence, AL; Flat Rock Playhouse—Flat Rock, NC; Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts- Gatlinburg, TN. (R 5/14 at 3:00a) 10:30p WAASA INAABIDAA—WE LOOK IN ALL DIRECTIONS Gwayakochigewin—“Doing Things The Right Way” Take a journey from pre-European contact to contemporary times, to understand the essence of traditional Ojibwe decisionmaking, and the responsibilities of doing things the right way for the good of all Ojibwe people. (R 5/14 at 3:30a)

1:00p CIAO ITALIA Antipasti Party- Festa Di Antipasti 11:30p INDIAN BOARDING SCHOOLS: KEEPING THE CULTURE ALIVE Beautiful Resistance 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY From 1879, and as late as the VEGETARIAN 1950s, America attempted to Tempeh Cabbage Spectacular destroy Native Culture through 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF the Boarding School system, PAINTING where the educational dictum was “Kill the Indian to save the 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF man”. Discover the story of conQUILTING temporary Native artists and their My Style Pillows courageous efforts to keep their culture alive by communicating 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY their stories, myths and evolving 3:30p BAKE DECORATE emotions and lifestyles through CELEBRATE! their art. (R 5/14 at 4:30a) Captivating Cookies 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Mammoths 8:00p BRACING FOR A QUAKE: A SURVIVAL GUIDE Get more than 80 practical tips on how to prepare for and respond to a major quake. Learn how to reduce hazards in your home and office, and what to do on the freeway, shopping or in a crowded public place. (R 5/14 at 1:00a) 9:30p FIJI FIREWALKERS Explore Fiji’s people, land and culture, with a special emphasis (PROGRAM DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)

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5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY America’s Castles: The First Gilded Age 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Avoiding Foreclosure 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Color Story


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11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Picot Embellishment 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE The Open Flame 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Quick Tarts—Le Torte Rapide 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Spice Sensational 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Longarm Quilting Artists 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY

6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p LA PLAZA -- MARIA HINOJOSA: ONE-ON-ONE Judy Reyes 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Scotia

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11:00p DESERT ISLAND JAZZ Paul Horn Flutist Paul Horn tells about meditation and healing through music. He describes how traveling the world inspires his music, and doing a recording in the Taj Mahal. 11:30p SUN STUDIO SESSIONS A performance by Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers, a prolific touring act based in Massachusetts. (R 5/15 at 4:30a)

Saturday 15 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! 6:30a Everything’s Coming Up Daisies 7:00a 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 7:30a 4:30p BIZ KID$ 8:00a 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB

WAI LANA YOGA CLASSICAL STRETCH HEALING QUEST JERRY YARNELL SCHOOL OF FINE ART

8:30a GRAND VIEW Death Valley National Park 9:00a ART 2 ART 9:30a WYLAND’S ART STUDIO Sea Change 10:00a MOMENT OF LUXURY Northwest Style: Fresh And Natural 10:30a HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

8:00p RED GREEN SHOW 11:00a CHRISTINA COOKS False Idol Demystifying Minerals Red converts a furnace into a dry cleaning machine and Harold 11:30a DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN tries out for a Canadian reality Bloodroot show. (R 5/15 at 1:00a) 12:00n HEALTHY FLAVORS Grilling 8:30p GOOD OL’ GIRLS A two-act musical revue --- a 12:30p CIAO ITALIA rowdy romp---sometimes sassy, Ciao Italia Cooking Live With sometimes poignant, but always Sara Moulton authentically Southern. Based on novels and stories by popular 1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY southern writers Lee Smith and MARTINEZ Jill McCorkle, the show is packed Fast & Fresh 2—Swordfish with music from songwriters 1:30p TASTE THIS! Matraca Berg and Marshall The Coffee Show Chapman. (R 5/15 at 1:30a) 2:00p NATURAL HEROES Ray Bandar, A Life With Skulls 10:30p THEATER TALK (R 5/15 at 3:30a) 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES Favorite Holidays

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3:00p TRACKS AHEAD Los Angeles Rail Transit 3:30p BIZ KID$ 4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS 4:30p THE BAY TODAY 5:00p SEASONED TRAVELER Puerto Rico 5:30p PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE Trekking In Nepal 6:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS WITH PATRICK MCMILLAN Caves—Expeditions Goes Underground (R 5/16 at 12:00a) 6:30p WINGS OVER CANADA Innovative Wings 7:00p TRAVELSCOPE Valencia, Spain (R 5/16 at 1:00a) 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Songbird Of Manzanar 8:00p PEOPLE NEAR HERE Salute The Sky The true story of an Adirondacker who jumped into enemy lines with the 101st Airborne Division during the Normandy Invasion of June 6, 1944. John Bacon’s story is a remarkable tale of survival against all the odds and of how World War II changed his life forever. (R 5/16 at 2:00a) 8:30p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI Baby Animals Uganda Giraffes, Golden Lion Tamarins, White Cheeked Gibbons, Asian Elephants and Red Kangaroos. (R 5/16 at 2:30a) 9:00p BIG CYPRESS SWAMP: THE WESTERN EVERGLADES The history of this unique region, its animal inhabitants and its gorgeous landscapes are revealed. (R 5/16 at 3:00a) 10:00p RICK STEVES’ IRAN Explore the country’s rich artistic and cultural heritage, bustling cities and countryside villages. (R 5/16 at 4:00a) 11:30p NATURAL HEROES Traveling Our Natural World New Zealanders turn to the wilderness to fathom their deep, personal connection with the land. (R 5/16 at 5:30a)


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Sunday 16 5:30a NATURAL HEROES Traveling Our Natural World (R 5/15 at 11:30p) 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 7:30a HEALING QUEST 8:00a LEADING GEN (R 5/9 at 11:30p; 5/10 at 5:30a) 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Mother’s Day 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE Mormon Trail 10:00a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP Preparing Bowl Blanks 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP Spice Cabinets 11:00a MONEYTRACK Investment Clubs 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA 12:00n CHEFCLASS Hot Smoking 12:30p TOMMY TANG’S LET’S GET COOKING 1:00p FORK IN THE ROAD WITH ERIC VILLEGAS Skewered Chicken/Peanut Sauce 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY Grazing In Abruzzo (Abruzzo) 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Spaghetti Bias Shaping 2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S WORKSHOP Still A Family Show 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Magical Fabric Yo-Yos, Part 2

6:00p LANGUAGE OF PHOTOGRAPHY The Language Of The Lens (R 5/17 at 12:00a) 6:30p MUSIC VOYAGER Rajasthan (R 5/17 at 12:30a) 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD L.A. Air Raid

8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Foreclosure Counseling 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY

11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS 8:00p VISIONS OF FRANCE: THE Findings RIVIERA See the sun-splashed Mediter11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM ranean wonderland known as the Welting Cord Application Cote d’Azur for unprecedented access to this playground of the 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY rich and famous, from the sparkling cobalt waters of fashionable 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A beach resorts to rugged Alpine FOODIE retreats. (R 5/17 at 2:00a) France: The New Guarde 9:30p RED GREEN TEST DRIVE 1:00p CIAO ITALIA A preview of the new season Trendy Tiramisu—Tiramisu Di of The Red Green Show XI is Moda showcased. (R 5/17 at 3:30a) 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY 10:30p GREAT DECISIONS IN VEGETARIAN FOREIGN POLICY Fantastic Fennel Power, Politics And The Persian Gulf 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF Withdrawal from Iraq. Unrest in PAINTING Iran. Unease in the Gulf Arab states. What challenges does the 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF U.S. face in this volatile region? QUILTING (R 5/17 at 4:30a) Printed Labels 11:00p TRACKS ACROSS THE SKY Examine the destruction a devastating tornado had on Pennsylvania’s Kinzua Viaduct railroad bridge. (R 5/17 at 5:00a)

3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY

11:30p LEADING GEN A retiree who spends too much money and saves too little starts a new career, a woman finds joy in adopting a child; immigrants from Korea maintain a hard-work ethic in America despite their success. (R 5/17 at 5:30a; 5/23 at 8:00a)

4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Down On The Farm 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLD BUSINESS

3:30p KNIT & CROCHET TODAY

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7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS

4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Kreative Kaledidoscope Quilts

5:00a TRACKS ACROSS THE SKY (R 5/16 at 11:00p)

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Hops

4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Seams Too Easy Quilt

5:30a LEADING GEN (R 5/16 at 11:30p; 5/23 at 8:00a)

8:00p TOUCHING EVIL D. I. Creegan is faced with a tough first case, when three children are abducted. He soon has a suspect Ronald Hinks, a scientist for a Swiss pharmaceutical company, but very little evidence to secure a conviction. Desperate to find the

5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p TVMD Vaccines

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Northwest Style: Fresh And Natural

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1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Burger 911

8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON One-On-One Economic Special

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

8:30a POWER YOGA

9:00p SHERLOCK HOLMES 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF The Golden Pince-Nez QUILTING Holmes investigates when the A Peek At The Past secretary to Professor Coram is found dead clutching a pince-nez. 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY (R 5/18 at 2:00a) 3:30p BAKE DECORATE 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... CELEBRATE! INSPECTOR COLIANDRO: THE A Walk In The Garden PISTOL In Italian With English Subtitles 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS A young Slavic woman steals 4:30p BIZ KID$ Coliandro's pistol while he is trying to arrest her for theft. As 5:00p PIANO GUY he searches for his pistol, he uncovers an alliance between the 5:30p SADDLE CLUB merciless "Balkans Mafia" and the Neapolitan Camorra. 6:00p JOURNAL (R 5/18 at 3:00a) 6:30p BAY AREA VISTA

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7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS

5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Tidepools

5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

8:00p NEW SCIENCE OF LEARNING: BRAIN FITNESS FOR KIDS Neuroscience breakthroughs have led to a new understanding of the brain’s learning capabilities. (R 5/19 at 1:00a; 5/28 at 8:30p; 5/29 at 1:30a)

6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Palm Beach Classic 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON Rebuilding Your Savings 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Soft And Silky 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Twin Needle Free-Motion Quilting 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE The Anglers

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9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Seed Beads 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Quick Solutions To Easier Stabilizing 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE The Inventors 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Peaches N’ Cream—Pesche E Panna 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN It’s All Greek To Me 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Lets Make Cake

9:30p SCTV GOLDEN CLASSICS Hilarious skits from the legendary 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY sketch comedy TV series, 3:30p BAKE DECORATE starring John Candy and Martin CELEBRATE! Short. (R 5/19 at 2:30a; 5/30 at For Kids Only 8:00p; 5/31 at 2:00a) 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 11:00p AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN LIVE! 4:30p BIZ KID$ Get foolproof techniques for creating a flavorful, perfectly 5:00p PIANO GUY seared, yet juicy and tender fillet mignon, learn the pros and cons 5:30p SADDLE CLUB of several corkscrews and wine 6:00p JOURNAL openers, and end with a dark chocolate tasting. 6:30p JOHN MCLAUGHLIN’S ONE ON (R 5/19 at 4:00a) ONE

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7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS

5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Swimsuits

5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE And When The Sky Was Opened The crew of an experimental spaceship begin disappearing one by one after returning to Earth.

1:00p CIAO ITALIA 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ Bread And Cheese Casseroles— 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV Timballi Di Pane E Formaggio 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Modern Meets Incan


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1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Fast & Easy, Hot & Spicy

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2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

9:00p QUEST: INVESTIGATING OUR 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING WORLD Blended Borders Archaeology Teams of archaeologists use 3:00p LIDIA’S ITALY the latest techniques to unearth pieces of northern New England’s 3:30p BAKE DECORATE past. (R 5/20 at 2:00a) CELEBRATE! Picnics 10:00p FUTURE OF NEWS (R 5/20 at 3:00a) 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 10:30p CG RYCHE: ECHOES OF SILENCE Showcases multicultural drumming from around the world and a powerhouse performance from CG’s band. (R 5/20 at 3:30a; 5/25 at 8:00p; 5/26 at 1:00a) 11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION WITH JIM GLASSMAN (R 5/20 at 4:30a)

Thursday 20 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Western Life 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Stringing 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Cover Stitch Pintucks By Serger 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Chile: Mestizo 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Cooking Live With Brandon Boudet

4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Ships In A Bottle

5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a ANIMAL ATTRACTIONS TV 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Celebrations 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Brown, The New Black

11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Blanket Stitch By Serger 8:00p STAY RICH FOREVER & EVER WITH ED SLOTT (R 5/4 at 9:30p; 5/5 at 2:30a; 5/21 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY at 1:00a) 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A 10:00p SOUTHERN ACCENTS FOODIE Tour the Prichard’s Distillery in Anatomy Of A Meal: Paul Kelso, TN; Hot Diggity DogsBartolotta Nashville, TN; Lane Packing Company (peaches)-Fort Valley, 1:00p CIAO ITALIA GA. (R 5/21 at 3:00a) How Do You Make Homemade Wine?—Come Si Fa Vino 10:30p WAASA INAABIDAA—WE LOOK IN ALL DIRECTIONS 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY Gaa Miinigooyang—“That Which VEGETARIAN Is Given To Us” Not So Ordinary Soup & Salad Discover the traditional Ojibwe survival system and stunning 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF dramatic sequences of the four PAINTING seasons’ traditional economic cycle. From the damaging effects 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING of treaties and land loss on the Star Of Bethlehem—Part 1 very survival of the Ojibwe; many of today’s Ojibwe people are ex- 3:00p CHRISTINA COOKS periencing a renewed economic The Story Of Obesity sovereignty through new sources of financial stability including 3:30p BAKE DECORATE gaming, tribal businesses, and CELEBRATE! individual entrepreneurship. Teacher Gifts (R 5/21 at 3:30a) 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 11:30p BEST FRIENDS: THE POWER 4:30p BIZ KID$ OF SISTERHOOD Celebrate the uniquely powerful 5:00p PIANO GUY bond between women friends who, despite embarking on 5:30p SADDLE CLUB separate paths, have maintained friendships based on mutual 6:00p JOURNAL respect and encouragement. (R 5/21 at 4:30a)


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10:00a MOMENT OF LUXURY Palm Beach Classic 10:30a HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK! 11:00a CHRISTINA COOKS All About Alliums 11:30a DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN O-Me-Ga! It’s Tofu!

8:00p RED GREEN SHOW Harold`s One And Only Red thinks Harold is spending too 12:00n HEALTHY FLAVORS Healthy Light Poolside Meals much time with his girlfriend and gets them to take a week off. 12:30p CIAO ITALIA (R 5/22 at 1:00a) Due Casseruole Classiche—Two Classic Casserole 8:30p PAUL MCCARTNEY: RED SQUARE 1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY (R 5/6 at 8:00p; 5/7 at 1:00a; 5/22 MARTINEZ at 1:30a) Paella 10:00p HEAVY SEDATION 1:30p TASTE THIS! My Righteous Hand The Cheese Adventure After being fired for whistle blowing, a financial analyst finds 2:00p NATURAL HEROES the greatest challenge of his life. Cascade Of Light (R 5/22 at 3:00a) 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES 10:30p THEATER TALK Favorite Machines (R 5/22 at 3:30a) 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD 11:00p DESERT ISLAND JAZZ Railtown 1897 Bob Dorough 3:30p BIZ KID$ Jazz pianist/composer/singer Bob Dorough describes how he started composing a song about 4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS math, leading to the making of 4:30p THE BAY TODAY the educational musical “Schoolhouse Rock” TV show. 5:00p SEASONED TRAVELER Retiring To Panama 11:30p SUN STUDIO SESSIONS British singer-songwriter Thea 5:30p PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE Gilmore showcases her insightful Life On A Working Ranch In The lyrics and warm delivery. American West (R 5/22 at 4:30a) 6:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS WITH PATRICK MCMILLAN Tortoises—Arid-Land Architects (R 5/23 at 12:00a) 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF 6:30p WINGS OVER CANADA PAINTING Lac St. Jean, Quebec 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF 7:00p TRAVELSCOPE PAINTING South Africa (R 5/23 at 1:00a) 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT

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6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 7:30a HEALING QUEST 8:00a JERRY YARNELL SCHOOL OF FINE ART 8:30a GRAND VIEW Pinnacles National Monument 9:00a ART 2 ART 9:30a WYLAND’S ART STUDIO Sea Turtle Silhouette

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Wild Horse Sanctuary 8:00p PEOPLE NEAR HERE Orville’s Picnic Follow the story of a country store owner and his crusade to enshrine the memory of the legendary guitar designer-builder Orville Gibson. (R 5/23 at 2:00a) 8:30p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI Marine Mammals And Friends Take the plunge with Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins, Sea Lions, Polar Bears and Southern Sea Otters. (R 5/23 at 2:30a)

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9:00p JOHN GRAY: VENUS ON FIRE, MARS ON ICE The bestselling relationship author discusses how the often frustrating differences between men and women can be used to stimulate healthy hormones. (R 5/23 at 3:00a) 10:30p DESERT REEF The fossilized ocean reef in New Mexico’s Guadalupe Mountains tells a story of a changing planet. (R 5/23 at 4:30a) 11:30p NATURAL HEROES Mama Earth: Ecoecon 101 Another gloom and doom film? No! This film revels in innovation, invention and creativity. (R 5/23 at 5:30a)

Sunday 23 5:30a NATURAL HEROES Mama Earth: Ecoecon 101 (R 5/22 at 11:30p) 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 7:30a HEALING QUEST 8:00a LEADING GEN (R 5/16 at 11:30p; 5/17 at 5:30a) 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Books 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE John Wayne 10:00a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP Banksia Pod Box 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP Queen Anne Lowboy 11:00a MONEYTRACK From Wall Street To Your Street 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA Japan, Kanazawa City 12:00n AVEC ERIC Building Flavor 12:30p TOMMY TANG’S LET’S GET COOKING 1:00p FORK IN THE ROAD WITH ERIC VILLEGAS Pork Rib With Peach Glaze 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY Rolling Out A Genovese Buffet (Liguria)


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M ay 2 0 1 0 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Tucking Techniques 2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S WORKSHOP Something Old, Something New 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY Magical Fabric Yo-Yos , Part 3 3:30p KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY Machine Quilting (Part 1) 4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Embroidered Wall Flowers With Susan Fears 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p TVMD Allergies 6:00p LANGUAGE OF PHOTOGRAPHY Decoding Images (R 5/24 at 12:00a) 6:30p MUSIC VOYAGER Delhi (R 5/24 at 12:30a) 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Muybridge 8:00p RAILROAD EMPIRE The transcontinental railroad, begun in 1855 and completed in 1869, transformed the Golden State from sleepy outpost into one of the world’s most powerful economies. Explore this vital moment in California’s history and its impact on the development of a nation. (R 5/24 at 2:00a) 9:30p WE HEARD THE BELLS: THE INFLUENZA Of 1918 Explore the personal and family experiences of a diverse group of Americans who experienced the 1918 pandemic and the lessons to be learned from those experiences. They help us explore the key questions raised by the 1918 flu pandemic and the continuing search for answers that can help people worldwide weather the current H1N1 pandemic. (R 5/24 at 3:30a)

1:00p CIAO ITALIA Yet more resources throughout Fantastic Pasta Casseroles—Le history have been devoted to Casseruole Favolos military efforts than to bring about peace. (R 5/24 at 4:30a) 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN 11:00p ARABS, JEWS, AND THE Bloodroot NEWS Explore how the 2006 war 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF between Israel and Hezbollah PAINTING has bitterly divided Arab and Jewish communities in the United 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF States by focusing on the proQUILTING longed, public, and unresolved Star Of Bethlehem—Part 2 conflict between these communities in the Detroit, MI area. 3:00p CHRISTINA COOKS (R 5/24 at 5:00a) Looking Good For Life 11:30p LEADING GEN 80 year old Roy Daniels, widower and father of three adopted children, shares his views on camaraderie and playing on a softball team; Sheila Zacker, age 57, a single mom, talks about her life with adopted daughter, Julia, and how they live with very little income. (R 5/24 at 5:30a; 5/30 at 8:00a)

Monday 24 5:00a ARABS, JEWS, AND THE NEWS (R 5/23 at 11:00p) 5:30a LEADING GEN (R 5/23 at 11:30p; 5/30 at 8:00a) 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a LASSIE’S PET VET 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY Kips Bay Showhouse 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Elegance 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Madeira Applique

12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 10:30p GREAT DECISIONS IN FOREIGN POLICY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A Peace Building And Statecraft FOODIE Even the famed military philosoFine Fast Food pher Sun Tzu acknowledged that “to subdue the enemy without fighting is the height of skill.” (PROGRAM DESCRIPTION CONT IN NEXT COLUMN)

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Ice Cream Party 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p WORLD BUSINESS 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Sea Caves 8:00p TOUCHING EVIL The situation with the missing children is made worse when the team begins to question Creegan’s approach. He is grateful when a breakthrough comes from an unlikely quarter, but the pressure is on to find the boys before it is too late and with only circumstantial evidence against Hinks it becomes difficult to prove that the abductors are his work. (R 5/25 at 1:00a) 9:00p SHERLOCK HOLMES The Red Circle Holmes investigates when Signor Zamba is murdered by a member of the notorious “Red Circle.” (R 5/25 at 2:00a) 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... HENNING MANKELL'S WALLANDER: THE BROTHERS In Swedish With English Subtitles A couple is found murdered in their stately home. Who killed them and why? It's looking more and more like revenge for a 20–year–old transgression. (R 5/25 at 3:00a)


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7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Ladybugs 8:00p CG RYCHE: ECHOES OF SILENCE Showcases multicultural drumming from around the world and a powerhouse performance from CG’s band. (R 5/19 at 10:30p; 5/20 at 3:30a; 5/26 at 1:00a) 9:00p BETWEEN THE LINES See Close-Up on page 5. (R 5/26 at 2:00a) 10:00p RICK STEVES’ MEDITERRANEAN MOSAIC A visit to Greece, Turkey and Croatia highlights the ruins of Olympia and Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar. (R 5/26 at 3:00a; 5/29 at 9:00p; 5/30 at 3:00a)

Wednesday 26 5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a LASSIE’S PET VET 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON 8:30a POWER YOGA

1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN O-Me-Ga! It’s Tofu!

9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH

2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Baby Needs A Quilt

11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Jewelry With Meaning

3:00p CHRISTINA COOKS It’s A Guy Thing

11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Easy Ruffles

3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Popcorn Treats

12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY

4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p BAY AREA VISTA 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS

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9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY

12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Aromas: Fragrance And Taste 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Fish In Salt—Pesce In Sale

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2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Curved Paper Piecing— Grandmother’s Daisy Garland 3:00p CHRISTINA COOKS Bone Meals 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Birds And Butterflies 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p JOHN MCLAUGHLIN’S ONE ON ONE 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Aztec Wigwam 8:00p TWILIGHT ZONE What You Need A salesman has the ability to sell his customers exactly what they need. 8:30p CURIOSITY QUEST Rescue Dogs Find out how dogs are trained to find and rescue injured people during natural disasters. (R 5/27 at 1:30a) 9:00p QUEST: INVESTIGATING OUR WORLD The Scientist What’s it really like to be a modern scientist? From nanoscientists at the University of New Hampshire, to field biologists who study the largest animals on earth, get an in-depth look at two groups of scientists at work. (R 5/27 at 2:00a) 10:00p FUTURE OF NEWS (R 5/27 at 3:00a) 10:30p PHOENIX MARS MISSION: ONTO THE ICE Get a behind the scenes look at the international team of scientists as they work to land on Mars. (R 5/27 at 3:30a) 11:30p IDEAS IN ACTION WITH JIM GLASSMAN (R 5/27 at 4:30a)

1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Appetize Me

Thursday 27

2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING

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M ay 2 0 1 0 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a LASSIE’S PET VET 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON 8:30a POWER YOGA 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Color 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Embellishing With Fonts 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Vietnam: The Taste Of Simplicity 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Piedmont Cooking—Cucina Piemontese 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Everything’s Coming Up Mushrooms 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Shadow Play 3:00p CHRISTINA COOKS High Protein 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Simply Asian 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS 7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Things Beside The Road

8:00p VISIONS OF ITALY— SOUTHERN STYLE Stunning aerial footage along with an informative and poetic narrative celebrate southern Italy’s considerable charms. See small villages that in many ways remain unchanged by time. Also visit the romantic Amalfi Coast, the bustling international seaport of Naples; the majesty of Vesuvius; the ruins of Pompeii; and the Colosseum as well as extraordinary sights that don’t make most itineraries. (R 5/28 at 1:00a)

Friday 28

9:30p LEGACY OF ACHIEVEMENT: THE ITALIAN AMERICANS Emigrants from Italy brought a strong sense of family, responsibility and loyalty, but over time, their assimilation into American culture caused certain traditions to lapse. Follow Italian heritage initiatives at two New Jersey universities, where third- and fourth-generation Italians are reclaiming their heritage. (R 5/28 at 2:30a)

8:30a POWER YOGA

10:00p SOUTHERN ACCENTS Colts Chocolates-Nashville, TN; Arnolds Restaurant-Nashville, TN; Huntsville Botanical Gardens-Huntsville, AL; Firehouse Inn-Rutherfordton, NC. (R 5/28 at 3:00a) 10:30p WAASA INAABIDAA—WE LOOK IN ALL DIRECTIONS Bimaadiziwin—“A Healthy Way Of Life” Examine the Ojibwe’s holistic approach to good health and the role of traditional medicine and spiritual healers. Also chronicled is the devastating impact on Ojibwe health brought by European-born epidemics, a shrinking land-base, and government policies of assimilation and acculturation. (R 5/28 at 3:30a) 11:30p GREENING OF ERITREA: SEAWATER BRINGS 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 5/28 at 4:30a)

5:00a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 5:30a BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ 7:00a LASSIE’S PET VET 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN BOSTON 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Natural And Organic 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Sewing Machine Needles— Needle Specifics 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Drinks: The Golden Age Of Spirits 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Ciao Italia Cook Off! 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Comfort Food 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF PAINTING 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF QUILTING Travel ‘N Style 3:00p CHRISTINA COOKS Dare To Dump Dairy 3:30p BAKE DECORATE CELEBRATE! Chocolate And More Chocolate 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS 4:30p BIZ KID$ 5:00p PIANO GUY 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 6:00p JOURNAL 6:30p LA PLAZA -- MARIA HINOJOSA: ONE-ON-ONE Guido Minaya


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7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE REVELATIONS

8:00a JERRY YARNELL SCHOOL OF FINE ART

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Noriega’s

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Cotton

8:30a GRAND VIEW Sequoia National Park

8:00p RED GREEN SHOW The Grapes Of Wrath The men use the next door neighbor’s grapes to make their own wine. Red makes a flintlock musket. (R 5/29 at 3:30a)

9:00a ART 2 ART

8:30p NEW SCIENCE OF LEARNING: BRAIN FITNESS FOR KIDS (R 5/18 at 8:00p; 5/19 at 1:00a; 5/29 at 1:30a)

10:30a HEY KIDS, LET’S COOK!

8:00p PEOPLE NEAR HERE The Underwater Farmers Life with a family who has figured a way to uses the crystal clear water flowing out of the ground in the back yard to energize their house as well as to feed secret ponds where they raise trophy size Salmon and Trout from eggs. (R 5/30 at 2:00a)

10:00p HEAVY SEDATION Mended Vows Incorporated/Love At Second Thought Mended Vows Incorporated: A deranged woman jumps into the backseat of the car stopped at a red light, and, at gunpoint, she glue’s the driver’s hands to the steering wheel, and then takes him on the ride of his life. Love at Second Thought: Love at first sight is easy. But when a couple on their first date drink a magical tea that lets them see past their infatuation, they both get second thoughts about love. (R 5/29 at 3:00a)

11:30a DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY VEGETARIAN Appetize Me

10:30p THEATER TALK (R 5/29 at 3:30a) 11:00p DESERT ISLAND JAZZ Allen Smith Trumpet player Allen Smith recounts being a school principal by day, and jazz artist by night. He tells the story of how he gradually gained acceptance as an African-American band player, and shares with the audience memorabilia from all the artists he was worked with. 11:30p SUN STUDIO SESSIONS Great songs and a robust online presence and has helped Five Times August build a growing following. (R 5/29 at 4:30a)

Saturday 29 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 7:30a HEALING QUEST

9:30a WYLAND’S ART STUDIO Florida’s Manatee 10:00a MOMENT OF LUXURY Modern Meets Incan 11:00a CHRISTINA COOKS Cleaning Up Our Act

12:00n GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Southern India: The Spice Of Life (R 5/3 at 12:30p) 12:30p CIAO ITALIA Insalate D’estate—Summer Salads 1:00p DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY MARTINEZ In Praise Of Beans 1:30p TASTE THIS! Professional Chefs In The Workplace 2:00p NATURAL HEROES The Story Of Stuff 2:30p SCRAPBOOK MEMORIES Favorite Photos 3:00p TRACKS AHEAD Entertrainment Junction 3:30p BIZ KID$ 4:00p TEEN KIDS NEWS 4:30p THE BAY TODAY 5:00p SEASONED TRAVELER Peru 5:30p PASSPORT TO ADVENTURE Buenos Aires And Bariloche, Argentina 6:00p BEST OF EXPEDITIONS WITH PATRICK MCMILLAN The Valdivian Rainforest (Part 1)—The World Turned Upside Down (R 5/30 at 12:00a) 6:30p WINGS OVER CANADA The Slocan Valley 7:00p TRAVELSCOPE New Brunswick (R 5/20 at 1:00a)

8:30p JIM KNOX’S WILD ZOOFARI The Oregon Zoo Meet spectacular Steller’s Sea Lions and the largest Asian Elephant in North America. (R 5/30 at 2:30a) 9:00p RICK STEVES’ MEDITERRANEAN MOSAIC (R 5/25 at 10:00p; 5/26 at 3:00a; 5/30 at 3:00a) 11:00p TURNING THE TIDE Discover the hidden beauty of New Jersey’s tidal areas, once scarred by landfills and toxic waste sites, these regions have evolved from polluted eyesores into diverse habitats for wildlife. Follow scientists, senior citizens and young children as they discover these urban wetlands’ rich variety of plants and animals. (R 5/30 at 5:00a) 11:30p NATURAL HEROES A School In The Woods As more children are growing up in an urban environment, there is less connection to our natural world, so outdoor learning centers are providing exceptional learning experiences and to inspire lifelong environmental and community stewardship. (R 5/30 at 5:30a)

Sunday 30 5:00a TURNING THE TIDE (R 5/29 at 11:00p) 5:30a NATURAL HEROES A School In The Woods (R 5/29 at 11:30p) 6:00a SIT AND BE FIT 6:30a WAI LANA YOGA 7:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH 7:30a HEALING QUEST 8:00a LEADING GEN (R 5/23 at 11:30p; 5/24 at 5:30a) 8:30a KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP Dressing Up The Ordinary


M ay 2 0 1 0 9:00a NEW FLYFISHER 9:30a SADDLE UP WITH DENNIS BROUSE Amana Colonies 10:00a WOODTURNING WORKSHOP Segmented Vessel, Part 1

8:00p SCTV GOLDEN CLASSICS Re-discover hilarious skits from the legendary sketch comedy TV series, starring John Candy and Martin Short. (R 5/18 at 9:30p; 5/19 at 2:30a; 5/31 at 2:00a)

23 12:00n MARRIAGE UNCENSORED WITH DAVE AND CHRISTY 12:30p GOURMET’S DIARY OF A FOODIE Hawaii’s Big Island: Food Lover’s Paradise

9:30p DAVE KOZ AT THE MOVIES (R 5/7 at 9:30p; 5/8 at 2:30a; 5/31 1:00p CIAO ITALIA Cooking Live With Robert Irvine at 3:30a) 1:30p DELICIOUS TV’S TOTALLY 10:30p GREAT DECISIONS IN 11:00a MONEYTRACK VEGETARIAN FOREIGN POLICY Sandwich Generation Street & Fair Food Revisited The Dark Side Of Globalization Learn how drug cartels, human 11:30a BARBECUE AMERICA 2:00p BEST OF THE JOY OF traffickers and online scam artists France, Provence PAINTING benefit from a “flattened” world. 12:00n AVEC ERIC (R 5/31 at 4:30a) 2:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF Star Ingredients QUILTING 11:00p GHOSTS OF ELITCH THEATRE Daisy Doodle 12:30p TOMMY TANG’S LET’S GET The Elitch Theater in Denver COOKING Colorado has seen some of the 3:00p CHRISTINA COOKS world’s most famous performers Diet Dilemma 1:00p FORK IN THE ROAD WITH ERIC on its stage, and has been listed VILLEGAS 3:30p BAKE DECORATE as a National Treasure. It is BBQ Beef Ribs CELEBRATE! being renovated – which is good, A Slice Of Americana because no one really knows 1:30p LIDIA’S ITALY why the building is still standing, Gnocchi Sardinian Style and some believe it’s the ghost of 4:00p HANDS ON CRAFTS FOR KIDS (Sardegna) Mary Elitch keeping up. 4:30p BIZ KID$ (R 5/31 at 5:00a) 2:00p MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM 5:00p PIANO GUY Quilting Techniques 11:30p LEADING GEN An 86 year-old barber explains 5:30p SADDLE CLUB 2:30p LINDA MACPHEE’S why he never wants to retire, so WORKSHOP 6:00p JOURNAL he works all day – and dances Helping Those In Need almost all night. A volunteer 6:30p WORLD BUSINESS 3:00p SEWING WITH NANCY discusses his happiness as a Jackets On The Cutting Edge, volunteer to help the homeless. 7:00p D-DAY: THE PRICE OF Part 1 (R 5/31 at 5:30a) FREEDOM See Close-Up on page 5. 3:30p KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 8:00p TOUCHING EVIL 4:00p QUILT IN A DAY DI Dave Creegan is forced to Machine Quilting (Part 2) draw on his own near death 5:00a GHOSTS OF ELITCH THEATRE experience when three hospital (R 5/30 at 11:00p) 4:30p FONS & PORTER’S LOVE OF patients are murdered one night. QUILTING 5:30a LEADING GEN Why they were chosen and Cutting Mat Bag (R 5/30 at 11:30p) by whom is not evident until a 5:00p PIANO GUY bizarre message comes to light 6:00a MORNING CUP OF JAZZ and Creegan realizes that he and 5:30p TVMD the killer have something very 7:00a LASSIE’S PET VET Cancer special in common. 7:30a MOMENT OF LUXURY 6:00p LANGUAGE OF 9:00p SHERLOCK HOLMES PHOTOGRAPHY 8:00a MONEYWISE WITH KELVIN The Mazarin Stone Storytelling BOSTON While Sherlock Holmes is in the (R 5/31 at 12:00a) Highlands, Mycroft is called in to 8:30a POWER YOGA recover the Mazarin stone. 6:30p MUSIC VOYAGER Beyond Bob Marley 9:00a STRETCH AND FLEX 10:00p MHZ WORLDVIEW PRESENTS... (R 5/31 at 12:30a) TBA 9:30a SIT AND BE FIT 7:00p RARE VISIONS & ROADSIDE 10:00a CLASSICAL STRETCH REVELATIONS 10:30a AMERICAN WOODSHOP Tennessee Inspired Cedar Chest

Monday 31

7:30p CALIFORNIA’S GOLD Skunk Train

10:30a KNIT & CROCHET TODAY 11:00a BEADS, BAUBLES AND JEWELS Romance 11:30a MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM Serger Shadow Work


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