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Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers 1966 –1969 PA G E 3

Back-to-school rally PAGE 5

New perspectives PAGE 6

Open newsrooms PAGE 7


KQED Perks

July 30–August 5 Children’s Fairyland 699 Bellevue Ave., Oakland 510.452.2259 fairyland.org

Show your KQED MemberCard to receive $1 off admission. Children’s Fairyland is a magical place featuring rides, theater performances and farm animals, plus 30 storybook sets. Imagine a ten-acre park on the shores of Oakland’s Lake Merritt where children’s literature comes to life and kids can be kids.

August 6–12 Exploratorium Palace of Fine Arts, 3601 Lyon St., San Francisco 415.EXPLORE (397.5673) exploratorium.edu

Show your KQED MemberCard for one free child admission per paying adult. The Exploratorium is one of only two museums in the country to host a full-scale model of the NASA Curiosity. August 1– September 16, 2012, come see the rover replica, with its extendable robotic arm and ChemCam, a laser instrument used to vaporize rock and soil samples.

August 13–19 Lawrence Hall of Science UC Berkeley, 1 Centennial Dr., Berkeley 510.642.5132 lawrencehallofscience.org

MemberCard admits one child or youth free with paying adult. Learn the science behind extreme sports at Tony Hawk | Rad Science. See how skateboard legend Tony Hawk joins forces with physics to make 900-degree revolutions in midair, ride up vertical walls and fly over rails. Explore more than 25 interactive experiences now through September 3, 2012.

August 20–26 CuriOdessy 1651 Coyote Point Dr., San Mateo 650.342.7755 curiodyssey.org

Show your KQED MemberCard for one free child admission per paying adult. CuriOdyssey, a science center for children, provides the tools and experiences for kids to explore and discover the fundamentals of physics, chemistry, biology and geology by engaging them directly with scientific phenomena — animals, air, sound, water, plants, magnetism and more.

Members Picks “ Antiques Roadshow is a place of complete relaxation for me. America’s Test Kitchen is another relaxation show. I rarely miss an episode of NOVA and Saturday nights I often find top-notch films on KQED I’d forgotten about and ought to watch again.” — R ichard B., santa C lara

What do you love to watch and listen to on KQED? Send an email to onq@kqed.org (please put “Member Picks” in the subject line) or write to KQED On Q, 2601 Mariposa St., San Francisco, CA 94110. Please include the city where you live in your correspondence. We will publish that, along with your first name and last initial. Your submission may be edited or abridged for publication.

Photos: (cover) Johnny Rivers presents his hit “Baby I Need Your Lovin’,” courtesy TJL Productions /SOFA Entertainment; (opposite page, top to bottom) Tanglewood at dusk, Stu Rosner; Gustavo Dudamel, Terry Linke; Creedence Clearwater Revival, courtesy TJL Productions /SOFA Entertainment.

Don’t miss these opportunities for more summer fun from KQED and AAA. If you need a KQED MemberCard, call Member Services at 415.553.2150 or send an email to member@kqed.org and we’ll send you one. A complete schedule is online: kqed.org/fun.

Photos: courtesy featured organizations; Artist conception of Mars Curiosity rover landing courtesy of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Door to D Memorable performances inside the studio and under the stars.


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From the late 1940s until the early 1970s, The Ed Sullivan Show brought the greatest musical acts in the world into millions of America’s living rooms every Sunday night. A new My Music special features some of the most memorable performances by superstars of the mid to late ’60s. Step into a musical time machine and take a front-row seat for an amazing lineup of bands — from the Beatles and the Doors to the Mamas & the Papas, the Rolling Stones, Johnny Rivers, the Beach Boys, Tom Jones and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Rock on.

Nestled in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of western Massachusetts, Tanglewood is one of the world’s most beloved music festivals and the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) since 1937. This summer, the BSO, the Boston Pops Orchestra and the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra, along with conductors John Williams, Keith Lockhart and Andris Nelsons, came together for a special performance celebrating Tanglewood’s 75th anniversary. Featured soloists, including pianists Emanuel Ax and Peter Serkin, cellist Yo-Yo Ma, violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, and vocalist James Taylor as well as the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, performed a wide-ranging program that included works by Aaron Copland and Leonard Bernstein.

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Join the festivities. Great Performances “Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration” airs Friday, August 10, at 9pm on KQED 9.

Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers 1966–1969 premieres Saturday, August 11, at 9pm on KQED 9 and airs Saturday, August 18, at 7pm on KQED Plus.

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Great Performances “Vienna Philharmonic Summer Night 2012” airs Friday, August 31, at 9pm on KQED 9.

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Each year the Vienna Philharmonic holds a hugely popular free outdoor evening concert in the gardens of Vienna’s Imperial Schönbrunn Palace. For the fourth annual event, charismatic conductor Gustavo Dudamel leads the orchestra’s exploration of the theme “Dances and Waves.” Exemplified by the works of Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Modest Mussorgsky, Alexander Borodin, Claude Debussy, Richard Strauss, Amilcare Ponchielli, Gerónimo Giménez and Johann Strauss II, the concert is an experience you won’t soon forget.

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KQED Wins Five Northern California Emmy Awards; Recognized for Excellence in Radio

Documentary Journey of the Universe, KQED 9/Northcutt Productions Patsy Northcutt, co-producer/director

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KQED Public Radio staff members and programs have received an impressive list of awards so far this year. Amy Standen was honored with the The James Madison Freedom of Information Award by the Society of Professional Journalists Northern California Chapter. KQED’s partnership with the Center for Investigative Reporting’s California Watch initiative, and specifically the On Shaky Ground multiplatform series, earned the 2011 IRE Medal, the top national award given by Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc. The project also won the top award in the Multiplatform– Medium category.

Historic/Cultural — Program Feature/Segment This is Us “Carol Ruth Silver Freedom Rider,” KQED PlusJohn Gregg, producer; Becca King Reed, director; Steven G. Kern, editor; Simon Gordon, sound Informational/Instructional — Feature/Segment QUEST “Hetch Hetchy Aqueduct: Big Fixes for Big Quakes,” KQED 9 Sheraz Sadiq, segment producer; Michael Goode, associate producer; Linda Peckham, editor; Amy Miller, series producer; Paul Rogers, managing editor Congratulations to Scott Shafer for his recent sweep at the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club. Scott received three awards for outstanding radio feature reporting. And finally, the Radio Television News Directors Association of Northern California honored the following KQED staff members for their work: Lauren Sommer, Amy Standen, Craig Miller, Andrea Kissack and Gabriel Coan for the multipart series 33x20: California’s Clean Power Countdown.

Public/Current/Community Affairs — Program/Special The New Environmentalists, KQED 9/Mill Valley Film Group John Antonelli, Tom Dusenbery, Will Parrinello, producer/directors Historical/Cultural — Program Special San Francisco Symphony at 100, KQED 9/SFS Media/ Janette Gitler Productions John Kieser, executive producer; Janette Gitler, producer; Robert Weiss, coordinating producer; Miles Saunders, writer; Blair Gershkow, editor

Michael Montgomery, Julia McEvoy, Krissy Clark, Gabriel Coan, Ingrid Becker and Stephanie Martin for investigative reporting, On Shaky Ground. Amy Standen for specialty reporting, “QUEST Radio: Science and Health.” Krissy Clark for news writing, “Counting the Homeless.” Scott Shafer for news reporting, “The California Report: Proposition 8.”

Photo: Hetch Hetchy Aqueduct, Michael Goode, KQED.

In addition to honoring five KQED television productions, this year’s Northern California Emmy® Awards also paid special tribute to Belva Davis, the host of KQED Public Television’s This Week in Northern California, celebrating her 28 years in broadcast journalism. Belva has formally announced her plans to retire in November 2012.


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vendors will receive free backpacks and school supplies for their kids. The “tools for school” giveaways will be distributed at the end of the day. This event is sponsored by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and is part of KQED’s American Graduate initiative in Oakland, which seeks to build awareness about the dropout issue by working with students, teachers, parents, businesses and nonprofits through news coverage, reporting, community events and town halls. For more information, please visit kqed.org/americangraduate.

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Saturday, August 18, 2012 Oakland City Hall 1 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza 9am to 4pm — FREE

Join KQED on the steps of Oakland City Hall on August 18 for the Attend and Achieve Back-to-School Rally 2012 — in partnership with Oakland Natives Give Back; Oakland Unified School District; the City of Oakland’s Office of the Mayor and City Administrator; and community organizations. The day will include performers, family-friendly activities, a teen summit and parent workshops. The first 1,000 people to register in the morning and take advantage of a series of life-enrichment workshops and networking opportunities with community organizations and

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Back-to-School Rally Rocks A fun and inspiring event to help families prepare for a new school year.

Live Happily Ever After Now Some say that a new life stage, lying somewhere between “younger” adulthood and “old-old” adulthood is being invented right now. And it doesn’t yet have a name. If you find yourself in this stage of life, you’ve discovered there’s no roadmap ­­— no trusted and credible place to turn

for advice, engagement and inspiration. Until now. PBS has launched a new website called Next Avenue, whose mission is to help people in their 50s and beyond shape the most meaningful and vibrant life possible for themselves. Join us at kqed.org/nextavenue to find out more.

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“ I love Perspectives from young people. They’re refreshing, lively and surprising.” — M ark T rautw ein , Perspecti ves editor

In early 2012, Annie Hatch, a tenthgrade Humanities teacher at Life Academy in Oakland, contacted KQED Perspectives editor Mark Trautwein. She wondered if KQED would have any interest in her students’ perspectives. “I said absolutely,” recalls Mark. In 2009, he’d worked with a sixth-grade class at The San Francisco School and had been pleased and proud of the results. “I also told her that we had resources online to help teachers shape the project.” The result: Five of the Life Academy students’ Perspectives essays will air over the coming weeks on KQED Public Radio. A total of 15 will live

online — at kqed.org/perspectives — along with essay text and photographs of the authors. With Perspectives essays, kids are writing about something that matters to them. “Life Academy is a very different school in a different community than The San Francisco School,” notes Mark. “In the first set of essays, topics included divorce and family life. These first five from Life Academy include perspectives from a young man on gun violence in Oakland; a girl being bullied because of her hair; and a young woman with three perspectives — as an American, a Latina and a Palestinian.”

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Read On Q and Win! The monthly contest especially for On Q readers from “The Giveaway” — KQED’s blog offers prizes and opportunities to win free tickets to events around the Bay Area. The answer to the monthly question is in On Q. Send your answer to giveaway@kqed.org (please put “On Q” in the subject line) by August 10, 2012,

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Mark sees this project as a representation of what’s best about KQED. “We don’t just broadcast at the public. We’re building a relationship. It’s a two-way street between the station, parents, teachers and students, and everyone is better off from the experience. It’s a flow that connects us to the community in a way that I think is noteworthy.” When kids learn about writing and self-expression, they make a connection between writing and digging down to who they are and exposing a vulnerable part of themselves. “That equals stronger writers and stronger kids,” says Mark. “That’s a skill that can serve in all walks of life.” Mark hopes to create an annual student Perspectives series. “These young people get the experience of writing about something meaningful to them, working with an editor, visiting a radio station, recording their story and hearing it on the radio. Kids don’t often get the opportunity to be listened to for two uninterrupted minutes. That’s some kind of special.”

to be entered to win a cozy KQED throw blanket, an insulated tote bag and a cool ceramic mug that changes color when it’s filled with hot liquid. For a chance to win even more prizes, visit “The Giveaway” (kqed.org/giveaway) and check out the latest contest.

Photos: courtesy Annie Hatch.

Oakland Students Voice Their Perspectives on KQED


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“ These meet-ups gave us the opportunity to foster conversation that rejects diatribe and promotes dialogue.” — R aul Ramier z, KQED P ublic R adio’s director of ne w s and public affairs

What should the news media be covering in your community? Journalists from KQED News and The Bay Citizen, a project of the Center for Investigative Reporting, put that question to residents of five Bay Area cities this spring at a series of events called open newsrooms. Residents and reporters met in a casual atmosphere at coffeehouses and lounges to talk one-on-one about the challenges facing the Bay Area and the state and the nation. Topics included the future of neighborhood parks, development in the East Bay and the struggles of the education system.

Photos (clockwise from top left): Open newsroom attendees had the opportunity to record their comments on a KQED microphone. Jon Brooks, right, the editor of KQED’s “News Fix” blog was among those who talked with Richmond residents at an open newsroom. KQED News reporter Mina Kim, left, spoke with attendees of the Richmond open newsroom. An open newsroom at Actual Cafe in Oakland drew a crowd.

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“Too often, public talk about government and the issues in our communities focuses on our philosophical differences,” notes Raul Ramirez, KQED Public Radio’s director of news and public affairs. “Too often we talk past each other. These meet-ups gave us the opportunity to foster conversation that rejects diatribe and promotes dialogue. It’s a conversation that helps us hear directly from local residents about the challenges they’re facing.” The open newsrooms were held in Oakland, Alameda, Menlo Park, San Jose and Richmond. KQED News is considering holding additional open newsrooms later this year. For updates, head to kqed.org/opennewsrooms.

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Photos: courtesy The Bay Citizen and Ian Hill and Yo Ann Martinez, KQED.

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State of the Re:Union with Al Letson The Community of Comic Books Saturday, August 4, 1pm and Thursday, August 9, 8pm In a series first, State of the Re:Union explores a vast community that’s based around a medium, rather than a geographic location. Despite the outdated stereotype of a solitary nerd holed up in his bedroom, burying himself in a world of fantasy, comic books serve as the connection point for a diverse community of people who are drawn to them for all manner of reasons. And sometimes, comics become the vehicle for people to take action within their community or inspire individuals to make a difference in the wider world.

The Pursuit of Happiness Wednesday, August 22, 8pm Being happy is perhaps the most universal human yearning. But this simple goal often eludes us. Suppose we can understand happiness. Then how do we find it? Three TED speakers offer some big ideas for achieving happiness: limiting our choices, facing our regrets and embracing our diversity. America Abroad The Global Water Challenge Thursday, August 23, 8pm The world’s population is growing, and with it, the demand for water. On this month’s program, America Abroad examines global issues related to water, from dams on the Tigris and Euphrates rivers to droughts and floods in Queensland, Australia. Bullied: Teen Stories from Generation PRX Saturday, August 25, 1pm and Wednesday, August 29, 8pm Bullying isn’t a new story, but lately, it is all over the news. And even though young people are often the targets and the actors in bullying, we rarely get to hear their perspectives in the media. Bullied: Teen Stories from Generation PRX includes stories from teens with firsthand insight on bullying. Join teen hosts Council Brandon and Peython Echelson-Russell for an hour of thought-provoking stories, interviews and teen perspectives on bullying.

Selected Shorts Saturdays, 8pm 8/4 Little Fellows “Ever After,” by Kim Addonizio, performed by Christine Ebersole; “Boys,” by Rick Moody, performed by B.D. Wong; “The Fortunes of Madame Organza,” by Natalie Babbitt, performed by Janel Maloney. 8/11 Latin Beat: Bolano and Writers He Admired “The Shape of the Sword,” by Jorge Luis Borges, translated by David A. Yates, performed by Charles Keating; “On the Honeymoon,” by Javier Marias, translated by Margaret Jull Costa, performed by Ivan Hernandez; “William Burns,” by Roberto Bolano, translated by Chris Andrews, performed by Michael Stuhlbarg. 8/18 An Irish Ear: Colum McCann’s Favorite Stories “Free Fruit for Young Widows,” by Nathan Englander, performed by Michael Cerveris; “(She Owns) Every Thing,” by Anne Enright, performed by Mary-Louise Parker; “The Writers’ Model,” by Molly Giles, performed by Blair Brown. 8/25 Holding Fast “I Am Not a Jew,” by John Biguenet, performed by Denis O’Hare; “Everything in This Country Must,” by Colum McCann, performed by Amy Ryan; “Flying,” by Stephen Dixon, performed by Thomas Gibson. City Arts & Lectures Sundays, 1pm, Tuesdays, 8pm and Wednesdays, 2am 7/29, 7/31 and 8/1 Richard Misrach, a photographer known for his photos of human intervention in landscapes. 8/5, 8/7 and 8/8 Roz Chast, staff cartoonist for The New Yorker. 8/12, 8/14 & 8/15 Colin Powell, statesman and a retired four-star U.S. Army general. 8/19, 8/21 & 8/22 Michael Pollan, author, journalist, activist and professor of journalism at the U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. 8/26, 8/28 & 8/29 Gail Collins, a journalist, op-ed columnist and author, most recognized for her work with The New York Times.

For the most up-to-date program schedule information, check kqed.org/radio.

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Intelligence Squared U.S. No Fracking Way: The Natural Gas Boom Is Doing More Harm Than Good Saturday, August 11, 1pm and Wednesday, August 15, 8pm Natural gas, touted for its environmental, economic and national security benefits, is often thought of as the fuel that will “bridge” our transition from oil and coal to renewables. The ability to extract natural gas from shale formations through a method called hydraulic fracturing has unleashed vast, untapped sources — by some estimates, the United States now sits on a 100-year supply. But possible contamination from toxic chemicals used in the fracking process has been the source of increasing health and environmental concerns. Can natural gas be part of a clean energy solution or is it a dangerous roadblock to a fossil-free future?

TED Radio Hour Hosted by Alison Stewart, each episode will focus around a theme and TED Talks that put ideas about the theme through the paces.

A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor Saturdays, 6pm and Sundays, 11am

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Climate One Richard Muller Wednesday, August 8, 8pm Physicist Richard Muller generated headlines when he said evidence for climate change “is clear and incontrovertible.” Until then he had questioned temperature measurements gathered around the world, which he now says are valid and without bias.

The Moth Radio Hour Hour 601 Thursday, August 16, 8pm and Saturday, August 18, 1pm In this special collaboration with the World Science Festival, an astrophysicist discovers wild parallels in her research and romantic life; a surgeon details his involvement in one of the world’s first-ever hand transplants; and a geneticist is called to testify in a murder case and lays the groundwork for DNA fingerprinting as forensic evidence.

Hearing Voices Old School: Back-to-School Special Thursday, August 30, 8pm

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The Computer History Museum Presents Driving Innovation: Detroit Comes to Silicon Valley — An Evening with Bill Ford Thursday, August 2, 8pm Bill Ford visits the Computer History Museum for a conversation with museum CEO John Hollar about Ford’s dedication to mobility, his lifelong dedication to sustainability and Ford’s evolution from a car company into a 21st-century experience company.

For the motion: Deborah Goldberg, managing attorney at Earthjustice; Katherine Hudson, watershed program director at Riverkeeper. Against the motion: Joe Nocera, op-ed columnist, The New York Times; Susan Tierney, managing principal at Analysis Group and former assistant secretary for policy at the U.S. Department of Energy.* Moderator: John Donvan is an author and correspondent for ABC News. *Panelists subject to change.

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Radiolab Colors Wednesday, August 1, 8pm Radiolab asks how the pigments around us color our thoughts and wonders how much of what we see is on the outside and how much is created in our heads, from Sir Isaac Newton sticking a needle in his eye to a sea creature that sees a rainbow far beyond what humans can experience.

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Radio Specials and Additional Program Highlights

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Public Television The television programs listed here are airing on KQED 9 and KQED Plus (+). KQED 9 is available over the air on DT9.1, 54.2 and 25.1; via most cable systems on Channel 9; on Comcast cable Channel 709; and via satellite on DirecTV (local and HD Channel 9) and DISH network (local Channel 8226 in SD only). KQED Plus is available over the air on Channel 54, DT54.1, 9.2 or 25.2. It is on Comcast cable Channel 10 in most areas* and on DirecTV (Channel 54, SD & HD) and DISH (Channel 54 or 8234) satellite systems. * If you don’t find KQED Plus on Comcast channel 10, visit customer.comcast.com/help-and-support and click on “Get Channel Listings.”

Weekend Movies on KQED 9 August 4 Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974) (pictured) Dial M for Murder (1954)

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History Detectives #1004.

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KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe Naples and Pompeii. | R (+) 8/2 1:30am

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KQED + As Time Goes By #157. | R (+) 8/2 2am

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KQED + Are You Being Served? #141 The Apartment. | R (+) 8/2 2:30am

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KQED + Keeping Up Appearances #112 Register Office. | R (+) 8/2 3am

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QUEST | q | Track Elephant Seals/Life on Mars. Meet scientists tracking elephant seals along San Mateo County’s coast, and search for life on Mars with NASA’s new rover. | R (9) 8/2 1:30am & 2pm; (+) 8/5 3:30pm

Nature Is That Skunk? Intrepid researchers track skunks and uncover how they hunt, forage, mate and raise their young. | R (9) 8/2 2am

The War When Things Get Tough examines the impenetrability force of the German war machine as its forces occupied most of Western Europe. | D | R (9) 8/2 3am

10pm KQED + May to December #137. | R (+) 8/2 4am

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Comcast is eliminating analog television service for Bay Area customers. The transition will happen between mid-August and mid-October 2012. If you have basic cable through Comcast, you might be affected and will need to contact Comcast directly to obtain a digital cable box. Most Comcast customers will not be affected. Visit customer.comcast.com/help-and-support.


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Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories | q | Beaverbrook tells the story of Camp Beaverbook, a much-loved summer camp that operated in Northern California from 1961 to 1985. | R (9) 8/2 5am

11:30 KQED + Outnumbered #116. | R (+) 8/2 5:30am

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KQED + Ask This Old House Preventing Ice Dams; Applying ClosedCell Spray Foam Insulation in an Attic. | R (+) 8/3 1am, 8/5 11:30am

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KQED + Ask This Old House Installing a Solid Oak Front Door; Driving Rebar into the Ground. | R (+) 8/3 1:30am, 8/9 7pm, 8/10 1am

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #606 Rhea’s Market and Deli, Sauce, the girl & the fig. | R (9) 8/3 1:30am, 8/4 1pm

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The War A Deadly Calling examines the reaction to World War II as the public begins to see the toll it’s taking on the troops. | D | R (9) 8/3 3am

KQED + Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series II: The Great and the Good. | D | R (+) 8/3 3am

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Wild Kratts | R (+) 8/29 5:30pm

KQED + Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED 9

KQED + Wild Animal Baby Explorers

7:30

KQED 9

KQED + Caillou

8am

KQED 9

Arthur | D Caillou Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope | H | q | Southern Ethiopia — Tribal Lands and Primeval People. | D

8pm

KQED 9

KQED + Midsomer Murders | H | #409 Dark Autumn, Part 1. | R (+) 8/4 2am, 8/5 5pm

KQED + Curious George

8:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area #508 El Metate, Creola Bistro, Benjarong. | R (9) 8/4 2:30am & 9am

8:30

KQED 9

KQED + The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D

8:49

KQED + Midsomer Murders | H | #410 Dark Autumn, Part 2. | R (+) 8/4 2:49am, 8/5 6pm

9am

KQED 9

9pm

KQED 9

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American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story — Age of Anxiety: 1950–1969. | R (9) 8/4 3am; (+) 8/27 10pm, 8/28 4am

KQED + Sherlock Holmes #307 The Three Gables. | R (+) 8/4 3:38am, 8/5 4pm

10pm KQED 9

The Barnes Collection — PBS Arts | H | explores the quirky, quarrelsome, Dr. Albert C. Barnes and his astounding art collection. | R (9) 8/4 4am

10:30 KQED + ImageMakers | q | Mind Benders. Films include Colour Bleed, West of the Moon and The Eggbreakers. | R (+) 8/4 4:30am 11pm KQED 9

Need to Know | H | R (9) 8/4 5am

KQED + Moyers & Company | H | R (9) 8/5 5pm; (+) 8/4 5am & 4pm, 8/6 mid, 8/7 7pm, 8/8 1am

11:30 KQED 9

Spark | q | San Francisco Ballet’s New Works Festival. | R (9) 8/4 5:30am

Essential Pépin | q | EggCeptional. | D

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #508 El Metate, Creola Bistro, Benjarong.

KQED + Super Why!

9:30

KQED 9

KQED + Dinosaur Train | D

10am KQED 9

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated | H | Gnocchi and Panzanella.

KQED + Ask This Old House #905.

11:30 KQED 9

Essential Pépin | q | Veg-In! |D

KQED + The Electric Company | D

11am KQED 9

Simply Ming | H | Michael Ruhlman and Salt.

KQED + Wild Kratts

10:30 KQED 9

Mexico — One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Sustainable Aquaculture in the Rich Waters of Ensenada.

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Steak Frites.

KQED + Ask This Old House Installing a Battery Backup Sump Pump; Fixing a Rusty Metal Railing.

Afternoon noon KQED 9

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence | H | q | Go Nuts!

KQED + MotorWeek | H | R (9) 4pm

12:30 KQED 9

Lidia’s Italy in America California and New Jersey: From the Garden State to the Golden State.

KQED + The McLaughlin Group | R (9) 8/5 3:30pm

1pm

KQED 9

KQED + The Week in Northern California | q | R (9) 8/5 4pm

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #606 Rhea’s Market and Deli, Sauce, the girl & the fig.

KQED.org

Unforgettable: The Korean War | H | A diverse group of Korean War veterans recall their memories and emotions of the war. | R (9) 8/3 5am

See page 21 for program schedule.

KQED 9

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The Battle of Midway On June 4, 1942, the U.S. and Japanese fleets met for a decisive showdown in the Pacific. | R (9) 8/3 2am, 8/6 11:09pm, 8/7 5:09am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) 8/6 noon

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Early Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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KQED + Outnumbered #115. | R (+) 8/2 5am

Friday 3

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10:30 KQED + May to December #138. | R (+) 8/2 4:30am

11


KQED 9

KQED + Healing Quest #805. Highlights include the organic food controversy, a natural flu fighter and male sexual health.

Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef | H | #323.

2pm

KQED 9

KQED + Equal Time | H | SJSU Admissions Changes. Beginning in fall 2013, San Jose State University will no longer guarantee admission to local area students. Learn how this decision came about.

Gourmet’s Adventures with Ruth Cocinar Mexicano.

2:30

KQED 9

KQED + This is Us Winchester Mystery House.

3pm

KQED 9

KQED + Global Spirit | H | q | Art and the Creative Spirit. Artists discuss the spiritual aspect of the creative process.

New Scandinavian Cooking | H | Fire in the Belly.

Antiques Roadshow Denver, Hour 1 of 3.

4pm

KQED 9

KQED + Moyers & Company | R (9) 8/5 5pm; (+) 8/6 mid, 8/7 7pm, 8/8 1am KQED 9

Hometime| H | Homes for a Home Show.

5pm

KQED 9

This Old House | H | Barrington Project, Part 8 of 10.

KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe | H | Barcelona and Catalunya.

5:30

KQED 9

6pm

Ask This Old House Upgrading a Neglected Urban Patio; Hanging a Heavy Mirror.

KQED + Love Me Tender — The Love Songs of Elvis Ashley Judd narrates the warm story of the tender side of the King of Rock and Roll. KQED 9

John Portman: A Life of Building | H | examines the work and legacy of one of the world’s most daring and influential architects.

E v ening 7pm

7:30

8pm

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Check, Please! Bay Area #201 Memphis Minnie’s, Ovation at the Opera, Cafe Gratitude. | R (9) 8/5 1am & 4:30pm

KQED + The Lawrence Welk Show Tribute to Jerome Kern. | R (+) 8/5 1am KQED 9

KQED 9

KQED + Antiques Roadshow Atlantic City, Hour 3 of 3. | R (+) 8/5 2am

9pm

KQED + Priceless Antiques Roadshow #107. | R (+) 8/5 3am

9:30

KQED + Priceless Antiques Roadshow #108. | R (+) 8/5 3:30am

9:57

KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | We’re Desperate (Get Used to It). | R (9) 8/5 1:30am Thunderbolt and Lightfoot | H | (1974) A bank robber gets his old gang back together to organize a daring new heist. Stars Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges. | R (9) 8/5 2am

Dial M for Murder (1954) Alfred Hitchcock mixes mystery and romance in this threecornered love affair that leads to murder. | R (9) 8/5 4am

10pm KQED + Antiques Roadshow Vintage Houston. | R (+) 8/5 4am 11pm KQED + Globe Trekker | H | Globe Trekker Special: Volcanoes, Ring of Fire. | D | R (+) 8/5 5am

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KQED 9

MotorWeek | H |

4:30

8pm

Revolutionaries | q | Sir Maurice Wilkes: The Man and His Machine. The inventor of the EDSAC, Maurice Wilkes, is remembered by Dr. David Hartley of the University of Cambridge.

KQED + Austin City Limits The Head and the Heart/Gomez. | R (9) 8/6 mid

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am

KQED 9

Raggs | q | R (+) 8/10 7am

KQED + Zoboomafoo | D

6:30

KQED 9

KQED + Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED 9

KQED + Bob the Builder | D KQED 9

Caillou

KQED + Caillou | R (9) 8/7 7:30am

8am

KQED 9

KQED + Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

8:30

KQED 9

KQED + Clifford the Big Red Dog | D

9am

KQED 9

KQED + Martha Speaks | D

9:30

KQED 9

KQED + Arthur | D

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D Super Why! Dinosaur Train | D Clifford the Big Red Dog | D | R (+) 8/7 8:30am

12:30 KQED + Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidences | H | q | Market to Table. 1pm

KQED + Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #705. All Spice, Sorella di Zza’s, Hillstone.

1:30

KQED + Mexico — One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Confessions of a Carnita-Vore.

2pm

KQED 9

KQED + Essential Pépin | q | Ocean Options. | D

2:30

KQED + Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Great Hotels of the World, Part 2.

3pm

KQED 9

KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe Normandy: War-Torn Yet Full of Life.

3:30

KQED 9

KQED + QUEST | q |Track Elephant Seals/Life on Mars. Search for life on Mars with NASA’s new rover.

4pm

KQED 9

KQED + Sherlock Holmes #307 The Three Gables.

4:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #201 Memphis Minnie’s, Ovation at the Opera, Cafe Gratitude.

5pm

KQED 9

Moyers & Company | R (+) 8/6 mid, 8/7 7pm, 8/8 1am

KQED + Midsomer Murders #409 Dark Autumn, Part 1.

Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

KQED + The Electric Company | D Nature Supersize Crocs. World-renowned herpetologist Romulus Whitaker attempts to discover the last of these leviathans.

KQED + Ask This Old House #906.

11:30 KQED + Ask This Old House Preventing Ice Dams; Applying ClosedCell Spray Foam Insulation in an Attic.

Gaslight (1944) A Scotland Yard detective figures out why a schizoid Victorian is trying to drive his wife mad.

KQED + Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Not Just for Kids.

Curious George

KQED + Wild Kratts

11am KQED 9

Arthur | D

10:30 KQED 9

noon KQED 9

Wild Kratts

7:30

10am KQED 9

Afternoon

Golf’s Grand Design | H | focuses on golf course architecture from the 1880s through today. | D

Inside Washington | H |

The McLaughlin Group | H |

The Week in Northern California | q |

Photo: Marilyn Monroe on the beach, © Sam Shaw.

1:30


KQED 9

Joann Sfar Draws from Memory | q | is an engaging look at the artist who has published 150 graphic novels, including “Little Vampire.”

KQED + Midsomer Murders #410 Dark Autumn, Part 2.

8pm

9pm

American Masters Marilyn Monroe: Still Life tells Monroe’s story through interviews with photographers and especially through the photos themselves. | R (9) 8/6 2am

KQED + NOVA The Elegant Universe: Einstein’s Dream reveals how string theory describes stars, galaxies and atoms. | D | R (+) 8/6 2am KQED 9

The War Pride of Our Nation examines the invasion of Europe as a million and a half Allied troops landed in France in 1944. | D | R (9) 8/6 3am

KQED + NOVA The Elegant Universe: The String’s the Thing. See the serendipitous steps that led from a forgotten mathematical formula to the first glimmerings of strings. | D | R (+) 8/6 3am

11pm KQED + Homeland: Immigration in America | H | Refugees offers contemporary stories of new immigrants and the challenges they face. | R (+) 8/6 5am In the Life | H | R (9) 8/6 5:30am

Early Austin City Limits The Head and the Heart/Gomez.

KQED + Moyers & Company | R (+) 8/7 7pm, 8/8 1am

6am-7pm

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

See page 21 for program schedule.

Ev ening 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/7 1am

KQED + Moyers & Company | R (+) 8/8 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Spark | q | Howard Wiley, Adela Akers, Marc Bamuthi Joseph. | R (9) 8/8 1:30am, 8/10 11:30pm, 8/11 5:30am

8pm

KQED 9

History Detectives | H | #1005. | R (9) 8/8 2am

KQED + NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos “What Is Space?” Series host Brian Greene (pictured) reveals space as a dynamic fabric that can stretch, twist, warp and ripple under the influence of gravity. | D | R (+) 8/8 2am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos “The Illusion of Time.” Take the ultimate time-travel adventure, hurtling 50 years into the future before stepping into a wormhole to travel back to the past. | D | R (+) 8/8 3am

Ev ening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Revolutionaries | q |The Facebook Effect is a conversation with Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, author David Kirkpatrick and NPR’s Guy Raz. | R (+) 8/7 1am

7:30

KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Lost and Found. | R (9) 8/7 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Market Warriors | H | Antiquing in Brimfield, MA. | R (9) 8/7 2am

KQED + Catholicism | H | Our Tainted Nature’s Solitary Boast: Mary, the Mother of God. | R (+) 8/7 2am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + Catholicism | H | The Indispensable Men: Peter, Paul and the Missionary Adventure. | R (+) 8/7 3am

The War FUBAR examines the fight in Europe and Japan as soldiers continued to die on both sides of the world. | D | R (9) 8/7 3am

10pm KQED + He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley reveals the intensity of Presley’s love for gospel music. | R (+) 8/7 4am 11pm KQED + Adventists | H | offers a look into the realities of Seventh-day Adventism. | D | R (+) 8/7 5am 11:09 KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

The Battle of Midway | R (9) 8/7 5:09am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/8 1am

The War The Ghost Front. By December 1944, Americans are weary of the war they have been fighting for three long years. | D | R (9) 8/8 3am

10pm KQED + World Peace and Other 4thGrade Achievements | H | Teacher John Hunter’s World Peace Game is a handson political simulation exercise for students. | R (+) 8/8 4am 11pm KQED + POV | H | The Light in Her Eyes. Houda al-Habash challenges the women of her Syrian community to live according to Islam. | R (+) 8/8 5am 11:01 KQED 9

The Men Who Sailed the Liberty Ships pays homage to the merchant seamen of World War II, civilians who volunteered to sail the prefabricated cargo vessels known as “liberties.” | R (9) 8/8 5:01am

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Photo: NOVA “Fabric of Cosmos” host Brian Green, courtesy WGBH.

10pm KQED + NOVA The Elegant Universe: Welcome to the 11th Dimension. Versions of string theory unite into M-theory, a development requiring 11 dimensions. | D | R (+) 8/6 4am

11:30 KQED 9

KQED 9

KQED Public Television

Katherine Jenkins Concert Live from the O2 | H | The Welsh mezzo soprano performs opera and pop standards and contemporary songs. | R (9) 8/6 1am

KQED + NOVA scienceNOW Can We Make It to Mars? | D | R (+) 8/6 1am KQED 9

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

Friday 10 Early KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

E vening KQED 9

KQED + This is Us | q | Heroic Aviators. Meet heroic aviators — past and present. | R (+) 8/9 1am

7:30

KQED 9

8pm

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/9 1am

QUEST | q |140th Anniversary of the Hayward Earthquake/The Physics of Sailing. | R (9) 8/9 1:30am & 2pm

KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe Italy’s Amalfi Coast. | R (+) 8/9 1:30am KQED 9

Bombing of Germany: American Experience The United States’ bombing campaign during World War II claimed the lives of half a million German civilians. | D | R (9) 8/9 2am

KQED + As Time Goes By #158. | R (+) 8/9 2am

8:30

KQED + Are You Being Served? #142 Mrs. Slocombe, Senior Person. | R (+) 8/9 2:30am

9pm

KQED 9

9:01

9:31

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Ev ening

7pm

The War A World Without War. By 1945, people understand all too well that there will be more bad news before the war can end. | D | R (9) 8/9 3am

KQED + Keeping Up Appearances #114 Toystore. | R (+) 8/9 3:01am KQED + Last of the Summer Wine #2406 In Search of Childlike Joy and Lotus Position. | R (+) 8/9 3:31am

10:01 KQED + The Thin Blue Line #105 Night Shift. | R (+) 8/9 4:01am

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Ask This Old House Installing a Solid Oak Front Door; Driving Rebar into the Ground. | R (+) 8/10 1am

7:30

11pm KQED + Outnumbered #118. | R (+) 8/9 5am

Good guys chasing the bad guys. Tonight and Thursday on KQED 9.

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/10 1am

Check, Please! Bay Area #608 Dosa, Sapore Italiano Ristorante, Gather. | R (9) 8/10 1:30am

KQED + Ask This Old House Upgrading Electrical Service; Attracting Butterflies to Gardens. | R (+) 8/10 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Nazi Hunt: Elusive Justice explores how government failures provoked individuals to conduct manhunts for Nazi criminals. | D | R (9) 8/10 2am

KQED + New Tricks | H #808 Only the Brave. | R (+) 8/10 2am

9pm

KQED + Masterpiece Mystery! Inspector Lewis, Series II: Allegory of Love. | D | R (+) 8/10 3am

10pm KQED 9

POV | H | Short Cuts (2012) presents three short documentaries, including an Oscar nominee and a Student Academy Award winner. | R (9) 8/10 4am

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Doc Martin #106 Haemophobia. | R (+) 8/11 1am

7:30

KQED 9

The Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 8/11 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Washington Week | H | R (9) 8/11 2am

11pm KQED 9

American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story — Starting Over: 1970–1990. | R (9) 8/10 5am; (+) 8/27 11pm, 8/28 5am

KQED + Infinity Hall Live | H | Tim Reynolds & TR3. | R (+) 8/10 5am

KQED + Foyle’s War #301 The French Drop, Part 1. Investigating a suspicious death, Foyle gets caught up in the rivalry between the established spy agency MI5 and the newly created Special Operations Executive. | R (+) 8/11 2am

8:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #509 Addis, Woodhouse Fish Co., Panama Hotel & Restaurant. | R (9) 8/11 2:30am

9pm

KQED 9

Great Performances | H | Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration — PBS Arts. The Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Pops and more perform. See page 3 for more information. | R (9) 8/11 3am

KQED + Foyle’s War #302 The French Drop, Part 2. | R (+) 8/11 3am

10pm KQED + Sherlock Holmes #308 The Dying Detective. | R (+) 8/11 4am 11pm KQED 9

Nazi Hunters | H | Goering — The Star Exhibit details the pursuit and capture of Hitler’s deputy and founder of the Gestapo — Hermann Goering. | R (9) 8/9 5:10am

11:30 KQED + Outnumbered #119. | R (+) 8/9 5:30am

Need to Know | H | R (9) 8/11 5am

KQED + Moyers & Company | H | R (+) 8/11 5am, 8/13 mid

11:30 KQED 9 11:10 KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/11 1am

It’s 1941, and as World War II rages over Europe, Christopher Foyle fights his own battles against murder, mystery and betrayal on the south coast of England. Watch Fridays beginning at 8pm on KQED Plus.

10:30 KQED + ImageMakers | q | Last Flight. What will you be thinking about in the last moments of your life? | R (+) 8/10 4:30am

10:30 KQED + Mr. Bean #112 Tee Off, Mr. Bean. | R (+) 8/9 4:30am

14

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

Spark | q | Howard Wiley, Adela Akers, Marc Bamuthi Joseph. | R (9) 8/11 5:30am


5:30

E arly Charlie Rose | H | R (9) 8/13 noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-10am KQED 9

7pm

Simply Ming | H | Samson Chan and Shellfish.

10:30 KQED 9

Essential Pépin | q | Fine Finishes. | D

11am KQED 9

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Shrimp in a Skillet.

11:30 KQED 9

Julia Child Memories: Bon Appetit! | s | This retrospective includes some of the most memorable episodes from Julia Child’s classic cooking series. | R (9) 8/12 8:30pm, 8/13 2:30am, 8/14 1pm, 8/18 8am, 8/21 7:30pm, 8/22 1:30am; (+) 8/15 8:30pm, 8/16 2:30am

8:30

KQED 9

Dr. Fuhrman’s Immunity Solution! | H | s | shows how we can become almost totally resistant to colds and infections. | R (9) 8/12 1am & 10am, 8/13 1pm, 8/15 7:30pm, 8/16 1:30am; (+) 10pm, 8/12 4am, 8/13 8:30pm, 8/14 2:30am, 8/23 7pm, 8/24 1am

KQED + Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | is an entertaining look at the innovative genius who created musical theater as we know it today. | R (9) 8/13 9:30pm, 8/14 3:30am, 8/17 8:30pm, 8/18 2:30am & 5:30pm, 8/19 7pm, 8/20 1am; (+) 8/12 1am & 8:30pm, 8/13 2:30am, 8/15 7pm, 8/16 1am KQED + Great Performances | H | s | Jackie Evancho: Music of the Movies. The little girl with a big voice sings great songs from the silver screen. | R (9) 8/19 8:30pm, 8/20 2:30am, 8/22 7:30pm, 8/23 1:30am; (+) 8/12 2:30am, 8/13 7pm, 8/14 1am

KQED 9

KQED + Austin City Limits Fleet Foxes/Joanna Newsom. | R (9) 8/13 mid

1-6am

6am-10am KQED 9

The End of Illness with Dr. David B. Agus | H | s | challenges long-held wisdoms and dismantles misperceptions about what “health” means.

10am KQED 9

3pm

KQED 9

The Happiness Advantage with Shawn Achor | H | s | shows us how to use scientific research on happiness to find success.

4pm

KQED + Brain Fitness Frontiers | s | tests the impact of virtual reality in changing memories and dealing with pain. | R (+) 8/19 10:30pm, 8/20 4:30am, 8/23 9pm, 8/24 3am

4:30

KQED 9

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Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers 1966–1969 (My Music) | H | s | presents an amazing lineup of performers. See page 3 for more information. | R (9) 8/12 3am & 5pm, 8/14 10pm, 8/15 4am & 1pm; (+) 8/18 7pm, 8/19 1am, 8/21 8:30pm, 8/22 2:30am

10pm KQED + Dr. Fuhrman’s Immunity Solution! | H | s | shows how to become almost totally resistant to colds and infections. | R (9) 8/12 1am & 10am, 8/13 1pm, 8/15 7:30pm, 8/16 1:30am; (+) 8/12 4am, 8/13 8:30pm, 8/14 2:30am, 8/23 7pm, 8/24 1am 11pm KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/12 5am

The Inner Game of Tennis | H | s | Relaxed concentration is the base building block from which self-confidence and the ability to win grows.

12:30pm-5pm

KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

5pm

KQED 9

Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers 1966–1969 (My Music) | s | R (9) 8/14 10pm, 8/15 4am & 1pm; (+) 8/18 7pm, 8/19 1am, 8/21 8:30pm, 8/22 2:30am

KQED + Use Your Brain to Change Your Age with Dr. Daniel Amen | s | Learn how to look and feel younger every day by boosting the physical power of your brain. | R (9) 8/17 1pm; (+) 8/16 8:30pm, 8/17 2:30am

Ev ening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Ageless Skin: Secrets from Dr. Denese | s | The founder of the Manhattan Anti-Aging Clinic shares her comprehensive eight-week plan for repairing and rejuvenating aging skin. | R (+) 8/13 1am

Orangutan Diary | H | s | A dedicated team of vets and caregivers rescue and nurse back to health approximately 600 vulnerable orangutans. | R (9) 8/13 1am; (+) 8/21 7pm, 8/22 1am

KQED.org

Ageless Skin: Secrets from Dr. Denese | s | The founder of the Manhattan Anti-Aging Clinic shares her comprehensive eight-week plan for repairing and rejuvenating aging skin. | R (+) 8/12 7pm, 8/13 1am

KQED 9

Dr. Fuhrman’s Immunity Solution! | s | R (9) 8/13 1pm, 8/15 7:30pm, 8/16 1:30am; (+) 8/13 8:30pm, 8/14 2:30am, 8/23 7pm, 8/24 1am

Afternoon

Take a front-row seat for some good old-fashioned rock ’n’ roll. Tonight at 9pm on KQED 9. 9pm

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

KQED 9

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-5pm KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

Afternoon 1:30

Revolutionaries | q | Worm: The First Digital World War features T.J. Campana, senior program manager of Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit.

mid

Ev ening

6am-4pm KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. 10am KQED 9

Pegi and Neil Young’s Concert for the Bridge School | H | s | Celebrate 25 years of concerts that benefit programs for children with speech and physical impairments. | R (9) 8/15 9:30pm, 8/16 3:30am

Early

KQED Public Television

Best of KQED | s | Fundraising programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

KQED 9

Sunday 12

KQED Public Radio

KQED often leaves time slots open to repeat programs that are the most popular during on-air fundraising. We do this purposely to ensure the least possible number of fundraising days. Thank you for your continuing support.

6pm

KQED + Under the Streetlamp | s | Cast members of the Tony Award–winning smash hit The Jersey Boys deliver an electrifying evening.

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8:30

KQED 9

Julia Child Memories: Bon Appetit! | s | R (9) 8/13 2:30am, 8/14 1pm, 8/18 8am, 8/21 7:30pm, 8/22 1:30am; (+) 8/15 8:30pm, 8/16 2:30am

KQED + Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | R (9) 8/13 9:30pm, 8/14 3:30am, 8/17 8:30pm, 8/18 2:30am & 5:30pm, 8/19 7pm, 8/20 1am; (+) 8/13 2:30am, 8/15 7pm, 8/16 1am

10pm KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 8/13 4am 10:30 KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/13 4:30am

Monday 13 Early Austin City Limits Fleet Foxes/Joanna Newsom.

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Moyers & Company

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Great Performances Jackie Evancho: Music of the Movies. | s | R (9) 8/19 8:30pm, 8/20 2:30am, 8/22 7:30pm, 8/23 1:30am; (+) 8/14 1am

7:30

16

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/14 1am

Whole Foods Allergy Cookbook with Cybele Pascal | H | s | Get recipes that eliminate the top eight food allergens without sacrificing nutrition, variety or flavor. | R (9) 8/14 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

8:30

KQED + Dr. Fuhrman’s Immunity Solution! | s | R (9) 8/15 7:30pm, 8/16 1:30am; (+) 8/14 2:30am, 8/23 7pm, 8/24 1am

9:30

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow | s | Vintage San Francisco. | R (9) 8/14 2am

Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | is an entertaining look at the innovative genius who created musical theater as we know it today. | R (9) 8/14 3:30am, 8/17 8:30pm, 8/18 2:30am & 5:30pm, 8/19 7pm, 8/20 1am; (+) 8/15 7pm, 8/16 1am

KQED often leaves time slots open to repeat programs that are the most popular during on-air fundraising. We do this purposely to ensure the least possible number of fundraising days. Thank you for your continuing support. 10:30 KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Fundraising programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 8/14 4:30am 11pm KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/14 5am

Tuesday 14

Wednesday 15 Early KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | R (9) 8/17 8:30pm, 8/18 2:30am & 5:30pm, 8/19 7pm, 8/20 1am; (+) 8/16 1am

7:30

KQED 9

E arly KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

Ev ening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Doo Wop Love Songs (My Music) | s | America’s favorite malt shop memories are back with this collection for lovers only. | R (9) 8/18 7pm, 8/19 1am, 8/23 7:30pm, 8/24 1:30am; (+) 8/15 1am KQED 9

Dr. Fuhrman’s Immunity Solution! | s | R (9) 8/16 1:30am; (+) 8/23 7pm, 8/24 1am

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Julia Child. Relive some of her best chef moments tonight at 8:30pm on KQED Plus or later this week on KQED 9. 8:30

KQED + Julia Child Memories: Bon Appetit! | s | This retrospective includes some of the most memorable episodes from Julia Child’s classic cooking series. | R (9) 8/18 8am, 8/21 7:30pm, 8/22 1:30am; (+) 8/16 2:30am

9:30

KQED 9

Pegi and Neil Young’s Concert for the Bridge School | s | R (9) 8/16 3:30am

10:30 KQED 9

Benise: The Spanish Guitar | s | The flamenco guitarist’s soaring music and lavish sets will transport you to exotic places. | R (9) 8/16 4:30am, 8/18 4pm

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/15 1am

ADD & Mastering It! | H | s | In this ADD & Loving It?! sequel, hosts Patrick McKenna and Rick Green show how in addition to managing this disorder, you can turn it to your advantage. | R (9) 8/15 1:30am, 8/16 1pm, 8/18 2:30pm, 8/22 9pm, 8/23 3am; (+) 8/16 7pm, 8/17 1am, 8/19 9pm, 8/20 3am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + Dr. Wayne Dyer — Wishes Fulfilled | s | Dr. Wayne Dyer presents his five steps to living from your “highest self” and thereby attracting your deepest desires. | R (+) 8/15 3am

10pm KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/16 1am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

7:30

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

Earth Songs | H | s | was filmed over two years in some of the most pristine and beautiful places on the planet and features a musical score by Grammy Award–winning artists. | R (9) 8/15 3am; (+) 8/19 6pm

Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers 1966–1969 (My Music) | s | R (9) 8/15 4am & 1pm; (+) 8/18 7pm, 8/19 1am, 8/21 8:30pm, 8/22 2:30am

KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Fundraising programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 8/16 4:30am


Friday 17

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KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

6am-7pm

6am-7pm

8:30

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/17 1am

Check Please! Bay Area Special | H | q | s | R (9) 8/17 1:30am Andrea Bocelli Live in Central Park | s | Beloved tenor Andrea Bocelli performs a free concert on Central Park’s Great Lawn, accompanied by the New York Philharmonic. | R (9) 8/17 2am

KQED + Use Your Brain to Change Your Age with Dr. Daniel Amen | s | R (9) 8/17 1pm; (+) 8/17 2:30am

10:30 KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Fundraising programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 8/17 4:30am

KQED 9

See page 21 for program schedule.

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-8am

KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Doc Martin | s | #201 Old Dogs. | R (+) 8/18 1am

6am-5:30pm

7:30

KQED 9

The Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 8/18 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Washington Week | H | R (9) 8/18 2am

KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

8am

KQED 9

KQED + Foyle’s War | H | s | #303 Enemy Fire, Part 1. | R (+) 8/18 2am

8:30

KQED 9

9pm

KQED + Foyle’s War | H | s | #304 Enemy Fire, Part 2. | R (+) 8/18 3am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/18 1am

Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | R (9) 8/18 2:30am & 5:30pm, 8/19 7pm, 8/20 1am

10am KQED 9

Simply Ming | H | Charles Phan and Wok-Stirring.

10:30 KQED 9

Essential Pépin | q | Special Spuds. | D

11am KQED 9

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Deep-Dish Pizza.

11:30am-2:30pm

KQED often leaves time slots open to repeat programs that are the most popular during on-air fundraising. We do this purposely to ensure the least possible number of fundraising days. Thank you for your continuing support. 10pm KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Fundraising programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/18 4am

Julia Child Memories: Bon Appetit! | s | R (9) 8/21 7:30pm, 8/22 1:30am

KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

Afternoon 2:30pm KQED 9 ADD & Mastering It! | s | | R (9) 8/22 9pm, 8/23 3am; (+) 8/19 9pm, 8/20 3am 4pm

KQED 9

Benise: The Spanish Guitar |s|

5:30

KQED 9

Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | R (9) 8/19 7pm, 8/20 1am

KQED + The Best of Laugh-In | s | The NBC comedy-variety program changed television as it became an important training ground for a generation of young writers and comic talent. | R (+) 8/22 9pm, 8/23 3am

KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 8/18 4am

Ev ening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers 1966–1969 (My Music) | H | s | See page 3 for more information. | R (+) 8/19 1am, 8/21 8:30pm, 8/22 2:30am

9pm

KQED 9

Doo Wop Love Songs (My Music) | s | America’s favorite malt shop memories are back with this collection of hits. | R (9) 8/19 1am, 8/23 7:30pm, 8/24 1:30am

KQED.org

Leonard Cohen Live in London | s | For more than four decades, Leonard Cohen has been one of the most important and influential songwriters of our time. | R (9) 8/19 3am

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/17 5:30am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) 8/20 noon

mid

KQED Public Television

KQED + ADD & Mastering It! | s | Hosts Patrick McKenna and Rick Green show how in addition to managing this disorder, you can turn it to your advantage.. | R (9) 8/18 2:30pm, 8/22 9pm, 8/23 3am; (+) 8/17 1am, 8/19 9pm, 8/20 3am

KQED 9

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

Ev ening

8pm

KQED + PBS NewsHour

See page 21 for program schedule.

KQED 9

KQED 9

1-6am

7pm

7:30

KQED 9

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

E vening

Early Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED Public Radio

Photo: Soprano Pretty Yende joins tenor Andrea Bocelli in a free concert on Central Park’s Great Lawn, courtesy 2011 WNET/Joseph Sinnott.

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

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KQED + ’60s Pop, Rock & Soul (My Music) | s | This concert spectacular features hits and favorites of the AM radio era. | R (+) 8/19 3am & 7pm, 8/20 1am, 8/22 7pm, 8/23 1am

10:30 KQED 9

9pm

KQED + ADD & Mastering It! | s | | R (9) 8/22 9pm, 8/23 3am; (+) 8/20 3am

10pm KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | R (9) 8/19 4:30am

11pm KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | | R (+) 8/19 5am

Sunday 19 Early mid

KQED 9

Revolutionaries | q | The Startup Game. Hear author and venture capital pioneer Bill Draper in conversation with KQED’s Dave Iverson.

6am-7pm KQED 9

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. Best of KQED | s | Fundraising programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

6am-6pm KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. 6pm

KQED + Earth Songs | s | features an enchanting musical score by Grammy Award–winning artists. KQED 9

KQED + ’60s Pop, Rock & Soul (My Music) | s | R (+) 8/20 1am, 8/22 7pm, 8/23 1am

8:30

KQED 9

KQED + Nature Dogs That Changed the World, Part 2 — Dogs by Design. As we transform the many breeds of dogs, we change our relationship with them and theirs with us. | R (+) 8/21 3am

Monday 20

11pm KQED 9

Austin City Limits Allen Toussaint.

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Moyers & Company

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

Ev ening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Revolutionaries | q | Reality Is Broken is a conversation with Dr. Jane McGonigal, author of Games Make Us Better and They Can Change the World. | R (+) 8/21 1am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/21 1am

Antiques Roadshow Phoenix, Hour 1 of 3. | R (9) 8/21 4am

KQED + Journey of the Universe | q | Author and evolutionary philosopher Brian Thomas Swimme and historian of religions Mary Evelyn Tucker share their infectious curiosity about our role as humans in this awe-inspiring universe. | R (+) 8/21 4am

E arly

Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | R (9) 8/20 1am

Great Performances | H | s | Jackie Evancho: Music of the Movies. The little girl with a big voice sings great songs from the silver screen. | R (9) 8/20 2:30am, 8/22 7:30pm, 8/23 1:30am

11:30 KQED 9

E v ening 7pm

KQED 9

10pm KQED 9

Love Your Way to Happiness with Dr. Michael Brown | s | Dr. Brown shares his powerful message of “active loving” to achieve true happiness and fulfillment in life. | R (9) 8/20 5:30am

Market Warriors Antiquing in Philadelphia, PA. | R (9) 8/21 3am

9pm

10:30 KQED + Brain Fitness Frontiers | s | | R (+) 8/20 4:30am, 8/23 9pm, 8/24 3am

KQED + Austin City Limits Allen Toussaint. | R (9) 8/20 mid

1-6am

Arthur Hanlon and Friends: Encanto del Caribe | s | Pianist/composer Arthur Hanlon and guests Marc Anthony, Cheo Feliciano, Bernie Williams, Laura Pausini, Natalia Jiménez and Ana Isabelle perform a mix of Latin standards and original material in English and Italian. | R (9) 8/20 4am

8pm KQED + Nature Dogs That Changed the World, Part 1 — The Rise of the Dog. Examine the evolution of dogs from their wolf ancestors and learn how they infiltrated human society. | R (+) 8/21 2am

Global Spirit | H | q | The Shaman, the Spirit Healer and the Earth. A Mayan spirit healer and an Eskimo-Kalaalit shaman from Greenland share their ancient wisdom. | R (9) 8/21 5am

KQED + Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers Life’s Really Big Questions. Big questions don’t have easy answers — that’s what makes them big — but it’s fun asking them anyway. | D | R (+) 8/21 5am

Tuesday 21 Early Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

7:30

KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | When Sparks Fly. | R (9) 8/21 1:30am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

8pm

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow Tucson, Hour 3 of 3. | R (9) 8/21 2am

See page 21 for program schedule.

Ev ening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Orangutan Diary | H | s | Deep in the Borneo rain forest, a dedicated team of vets and caregivers rescues and nurses back to health 600 vulnerable orangutans. | R (+) 8/22 1am

7:30

KQED 9

8:30

KQED + Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers 1966–1969 (My Music) | s | R (+) 8/22 2:30am

9:30

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/22 1am

Julia Child Memories: Bon Appetit! | s | R (9) 8/22 1:30am

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/22 3:30am

10:30 KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 8/22 4:30am 18

Photo: Jackie Evancho, courtesy Keith Munyan; Keith Munyan Photography.

9pm


Early Charlie Rose | H | R (9) 8/27 noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-10am KQED 9

9:30

KQED 9

E arly Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

6am-7pm

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. See page 21 for program schedule.

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + ’60s Pop, Rock & Soul (My Music) | s | R (+) 8/23 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Great Performances Jackie Evancho: Music of the Movies. | s | R (9) 8/23 1:30am

9pm

KQED 9

ADD & Mastering It! | s | | R (9) 8/23 3am

KQED + The Best of Laugh-In | s | | R (+) 8/23 3am

10:30 KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/23 1am

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/23 4:30am

KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | | R (+) 8/23 4:30am

10:30 KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 8/24 4:30am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

6am-7pm

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

E arly

KQED 9

KQED + Dr. Fuhrman’s Immunity Solution! | s | R (+) 8/24 1am

7:30

KQED 9

9pm

KQED + Brain Fitness Frontiers | s | | R (+) 8/24 3am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/24 1am

Doo Wop Love Songs (My Music) | s | R (9) 8/24 1:30am

Simply Ming | H | Andre Chiang and Cooking with Our Senses.

10:30 KQED 9

Essential Pépin | q | Economical Offal. | D

11am KQED 9

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated All-American Fruit Desserts.

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

Ev ening

11:30am-mid

KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

Sunday 26 Early Revolutionaries | q | Challenge and Promise of Artificial Intelligence features Google’s research director, Peter Norvig, in conversation with Microsoft Research engineer Eric Horvitz.

mid

KQED 9

The Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 8/25 1:30am

Washington Week | H | R (9) 8/25 2am

KQED + Austin City Limits Florence + The Machine/Lykke Li. | R (9) 8/27 mid

1-6am

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Doc Martin | s | #202 In Loco. | R (+) 8/25 1am

7:30

KQED 9

8pm

KQED 9

KQED + Foyle’s War | s | #305 They Fought in the Fields, Part 1. | R (+) 8/25 2am

6am-mid

8:30

KQED 9

9pm

KQED + Foyle’s War | s | #306 They Fought in the Fields, Part 2. | R (+) 8/25 3am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 8/25 1am

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/25 2:30am

10pm KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 8/25 4am

KQED 9

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. KQED.org

7pm

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

See page 21 for program schedule.

E v ening

10am KQED 9

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Thursday 23 E arly

6am-mid KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

Photo: Nature “Dogs That Changed the World,” Hunting dogs in Papua, New Guinea, courtesy Colin Rogal ©EBC.

E v ening

Best of KQED | s | Fundraising programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/24 3:30am

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. KQED Public Television

Wednesday 22

KQED Public Radio

KQED often leaves time slots open to repeat programs that are the most popular during on-air fundraising. We do this purposely to ensure the least possible number of fundraising days. Thank you for your continuing support.

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Monday 27 Early mid

KQED 9

Austin City Limits Florence + The Machine/Lykke Li.

KQED + Moyers & Company | H | R (+) 8/28 7pm, 8/29 1am

1-6am

6am-7pm

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

Evening 7pm

8pm-mid KQED 9

8pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

Watch PBS’s coverage of the Republican National Convention this week from 5pm to 8pm on KQED 9.

9pm

E vening 7pm

KQED + Revolutionaries | q | Steve Jobs: The Authorized Biography. | R (+) 8/28 1am Antiques Roadshow Tucson, Hour 1 of 3. | R (9) 8/28 2am

8pm

KQED 9

KQED + American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story — A Rising Power: 1923–1937 introduces the four brothers and their unique hard-boiled, hard-times cinema ethos. | R (+) 8/28 2am Antiques Roadshow Denver, Hour 2 of 3. | R (9) 8/28 3am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story — War and Peace: 1937–1949. | R (+) 8/28 3am

10pm KQED 9

KQED + American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story — Age of Anxiety: 1950–1969. | R (+) 8/28 4am

11pm KQED 9

Shirley Temple: America’s Little Darling examines the actress’s career and also brings insight to how a golden-haired tyke could somehow soothe a nation and a world. | R (9) 8/28 4am

Global Spirit | H | q | The Mystical Experience. Guests discuss some of the common attributes of those who yearn for a direct experience of God. | R (9) 8/28 5am

KQED + American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story — Starting Over: 1970–1990. | R (+) 8/28 5am

20

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/29 2am

KQED + NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos “Quantum Leap” takes a wild ride into the realm of quantum physics, which governs the universe on the tiniest of scales. | D | R (+) 8/29 2am KQED + NOVA The Fabric of the Cosmos “Universe or Multiverse?” introduces cutting-edge theories that suggest our universe may not be the only universe. | D | R (+) 8/29 3am

10pm KQED + Inside Fenway Park: An Icon at 100 celebrates the centennial of the oldest ballpark in America — Boston’s most popular attraction. | R (+) 8/29 4am 11pm KQED + Signs of the Time | H | explores the origins of baseball’s hand signals and the pioneers responsible for this innovation. | R (+) 8/29 5am

Thursday 30 Early KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

Ev ening 7pm

KQED + Ask This Old House Installing New Vinyl Trim; Installing a New Dishwasher. | R (+) 8/31 1am

7:30

KQED + Ask This Old House Planting a Garden Using Native Species; Replacing a Door with a Window. | R (+) 8/31 1:30am

8pm-mid KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED 9

KQED + PBS NewsHour

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalizedschedules. | R (9) 8/31 2am

KQED + New Tricks #809 Half Life. | R (+) 8/31 2am

Morse and Lewis return in classic episodes that haven’t aired on KQED in almost a decade. Watch tonight at 9pm on KQED Plus. 9pm

E arly mid

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

Wednesday 29

KQED + Inspector Morse #501 Absolute Conviction, Part 1. An investigation of the affairs of three people in prison for fraud is interrupted when one of them is murdered. | R (+) 8/31 3am

10pm KQED + Inspector Morse #502 Absolute Conviction, Part 2. | R (+) 8/31 4am

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

11pm KQED + Infinity Hall Live | H | Keb’ Mo’. | R (+) 8/31 5am

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

Friday 31 Early

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8pm

KQED + This is Us | q | #305 profiles three World War II veterans. | R (+) 8/30 1am KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe Milan and Lake Como. | R (+) 8/30 1:30am KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 8/30 1:30am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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KQED + PBS NewsHour

1-6am

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

Ev ening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Doc Martin #203 Blood Is Thicker.

Nightly Business Report

KQED + As Time Goes By #159. | R (+) 8/30 2am

7:30

KQED 9

The Week in Northern California | H | q |

8:30

KQED + Are You Being Served? #143 The Hero. | R (+) 8/30 2:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Washington Week | H |

KQED + Foyle’s War | H #307 A War of Nerves, Part 1. An unexploded bomb at a shipyard leads to a startling discovery in a tale of greed and politics.

8:30

KQED 9

9pm

KQED + Keeping Up Appearances #115 Three Piece Suite. | R (+) 8/30 3am

9:30

KQED + Last of the Summer Wine #2407 A Chaise Lounge Too Far. | R (+) 8/30 3:30am

Tuesday 28 Early

KQED + Moyers & Company | R (+) 8/29 1am

10pm KQED + The Thin Blue Line #106 Kids Today. | R (+) 8/30 4am 10:30 KQED + Mr. Bean #113 Goodnight Mr. Bean. | R (+) 8/30 4:30am 11pm KQED + Outnumbered | H #120 Christmas Special 2009. | R (+) 8/30 5am

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Great Performances | H | Vienna Philharmonic Summer Night 2012 includes music by Tchaikovsky and Mussorgsky. See page 3 for additional information.

KQED + Foyle’s War #308 A War of Nerves, Part 2.

10pm KQED + Sherlock Holmes #309 The Golden Pince-Nez. Need to Know | H |

10:58 KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | All American Shorts I.

11pm KQED + Moyers & Company | H |

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Zoboomafoo Thomas and Friends Raggs Sesame Street Clifford the Big Red Dog Caillou (except Mon 8/6 Barney and Friends) WordWorld Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Super Why! Dinosaur Train

Afternoon /early e vening noon Mon–Fri Sesame Street 1:00 Mon–Fri Barney and Friends 1:30 Mon–Fri Caillou 2:00 Mon–Fri Thomas and Friends 2:30 Mon–Fri Sid the Science Kid 3:00 Mon–Fri The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 3:30 Mon–Fri Zoboomafoo 4:00 Mon–Fri Wild Kratts 4:30 Mon–Fri Arthur 5:00 Mon–Fri Martha Speaks 5:30 Mon–Fri Wild Kratts 6:00 Mon–Fri The Electric Company 6:30 Mon–Fri Nightly Business Report

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Morning 6:00 Wai Lana Yoga 6:30 Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches 7:00 Power Yoga 7:30 Sit and Be Fit 8:00 Classical Stretch 8:30 Burt Wolf’s Travels & Traditions 9:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 9:30 Smart Travels with Rudy Maxa 10:00 California’s Gold 10:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Tavelscope 11:00 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef 11:30 Baking with Julia

Morning 6:00 Wai Lana Yoga 6:30 Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches 7:00 Power Yoga 7:30 Stretch and Be Fit 8:00 Classical Stretch 8:30 MotorWeek 9:00 Hometime 9:30 This Old House 10:00 Ask This Old House 10:30 Rough Cut 11:00 Woodwright’s Shop 11:30 American Woodshop

M orning 6:00 Wai Lana Yoga 6:30 Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches 7:00 Power Yoga 7:30 Stretch and Be Fit 8:00 Classical Stretch 8:30 Growing a Greener World 9:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 9:30 Victory Garden 10:00 Garden Smart 10:30 Check, Please! Bay Area 11:00 Antiques Roadshow

Afternoon/e v ening noon Ciao Italia 12:30 Primal Grill 1:00 Ask This Old House 1:30 Katie Brown’s Workshop 2:00 Arts and Crafts (includes knitting, painting and sewing programs) 3:00 Simply Ming 3:30 Delicious TV’s Totally Vegetarian 4:00 Nick Stellino’s Family Table 4:30 Lidia Bastianich 5:00 Julia Child 5:30 Jacques Pépin 6:00 Joanne Weir 6:30 America’s Test Kitchen 7-11 (Mon) Arts Programming (Tue–Fri) Repeats of KQED 9 Prime-Time Programming

Afternoon /Ev ening noon Garden Smart 12:30 Victory Garden 1:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 1:30 Growing a Greener World 2:00 America’s Heartland 2:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope 3:00 Passport to Adventure 3:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions 4:00 Smart Travels with Rudy Maxa 4:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:00 Pedal America (pictured) 5:30 Spark 6:00 Jacques Pépin 6:30 Check, Please! Bay Area 7:00 Music Specials 8:00 Austin City Limits 9:00 Masterpiece 10:30 ImageMakers 11:00 Specials

Afternoon /ev ening noon The Leading Generation 12:30 b Organic 1:00 Growing Bolder 1:30 Healing Quest 2:00 My Generation 2:30 Natural Healing 3:00 MotorWeek 3:30 Hometime 4:00 This Old House 4:30 Ask This Old House 5:00 Victory Garden 5:30 Theatre Talk 6:00 Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick 6:30 Spark 7:00 Austin City Limits 8-mid Arts Programming The complete Life channel schedule is available online. kqed.org/tv

Photo: Pedal America’s Ira David (with co-host Kati Lightholder) hails Austin, Texas, as a bicycle-friendly city, courtesy Out-Write Media, WTTW.

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This moving, intimate, funny and true-to-life series based on the best-selling memoirs of the late Jennifer Worth tells colorful stories of midwifery and families in London’s East End in the 1950s.

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Saturday Morning 6:00 Global 3000 6:30 European Journal 7:00 Religion and Ethics Newsweekly 7:30 Moyers & Company 8:30 Inside Washington 9:00 Washington Week 9:30 This Week in Northern California 10:00 BBC Newsnight 10:30 To the Contrary 11:00 The McLaughlin Group 11:30 Need to Know

Morning 6:00 Need to Know 6:30 Natural Heroes 7:00 QUEST 7:30 Moyers & Company 8:30 WealthTrack 9:00 The Truth About Money 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 The McLaughlin Group 10:30 Washington Week 11:00 This Week in Northern California 11:30 Moyers & Company Afternoon 12:30 Inside Washington 1:00 The McLaughlin Group 1:30 John McLaughlin’s One on One 2:00 LinkAsia (new) 2:30 QUEST 3:00 Need to Know 3:30 Moyers & Company 4:30 Washington Week 5:00 Inside Washington 5:30 The McLaughlin Group e v ening 6:00 This Week in Northern California 6:30 QUEST 7:00 Revolutionaries 8:00 Moyers & Company 9–mid Special Presentations The complete World channel schedule is available online. kqed.org/tv

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Morning Curiosity Quest Wild Kratts Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman Maya and Miguel Martha Speaks The Electric Company Angelina Ballerina Anne of Green Gables— Animated Series (pictured) WordGirl Martha Speaks Raggs Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman The Electric Company Angelina Ballerina

Ev ery Afternoon noon Anne of Green Gables— Animated Series 12:30 Arthur 1:00 Clifford’s Puppy Days 1:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 2:00 Martha Speaks 2:30 Wild Kratts 3:00 Arthur 3:30 Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman 4:00 Design Squad 4:30 Curiosity Quest 5:00 WordGirl 5:30 Cyberchase Ev ery 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30

Ev ening Clifford the Big Red Dog Clifford’s Puppy Days Wild Kratts Martha Speaks Arthur Maya and Miguel WordGirl Cyberchase The Electric Company Dragonfly TV Curiosity Quest Wild Kratts

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Ev ery 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30

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Afternoon noon Democracy Now 1:00 Journal 1:30 Tavis Smiley 2:00 NHK Newsline 2:30 Charlie Rose 3:30 Nightly Business Report (Live) 4:00 PBS NewsHour 5:00 BBC World News (Live) 5:30 PBS NewsHour

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