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170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting

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Allyson Quibell Editor

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More than half of all Americans use public media every month. That’s 170 million Americans connecting through 368 public television stations, 934 public radio stations, hundreds of online services, and in-person events and activities. Still, public media faces challenging times in these days of economic uncertainty, and, increasingly, there are calls for the elimination of federal funding.

The creation of 170 Million Americans for Public Broadcasting is a collaboration of public radio and television stations, national distributors, producers, viewers, listeners, and others who support a strong public media in the United States. Stay informed and let your voice be heard. 170millionAmericans.org

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Volume 58, Number 2 © 2011 Guide (USPS 010-356, ISSN 1547-8874) is published monthly by KQED Public Media, 2601 Mariposa St., San Francisco, CA 94110-1426; 415.864.2000. © KQED. Periodicals Postage Paid at San Francisco, California, and at additional mailing offices. KQED and The California Report are federally registered trademarks of KQED Public Media.

All month long, show your KQED MemberCard at the Conservatory of Flowers box office and receive one free youth or kid admission with paying adult admission. All aboard for a magical, miniature tour of San Francisco’s famed Golden Gate Park. The Conservatory of Flowers is celebrating the park’s 140th anniversary with its special Garden Railway, now through March 13. Model trains and trolleys wend their way through a mini version of the park, with hundreds of dwarf, living plants used to re-create the gardens and dells, and recycled and repurposed materials used to creatively craft the park’s most beloved landmarks, including the Dutch windmill, bison paddock, Japanese Tea Garden, de Young Museum, California Academy of Sciences, carousel, and more. The Conservatory is open Tuesdays– Sundays from 10am to 4pm. Kids aged four and under get in FREE! For more information, call 415.831.2090 or visit conservatoryofflowers.org.

Connect with KQED 2601 Mariposa St. San Francisco, CA 94110-1426 Program Information Line 415.354.8000. Recorded program schedules and updates for KQED Channel 9, KQED digital channels, and KQED 88.5 FM. KQED Public Television Info Tel 415.553.2135; fax 415.553.2254 Live assistance 9am-5pm, Mon–Fri. After hours, recorded information. KQED Public Television Comments 415.553.2100. Record a statement about KQED Public TV programs. KQED Public Radio Info fm@kqed.org 88.5 FM San Francisco 415.553.2129 89.3 FM Sacramento 916.570.0215 Live assistance and audio and transcript information 9am-5pm, Mon–Fri. After hours, recorded information. Audience Services tv@kqed.org. Send your programming questions anytime. Responses are usually sent within one to two business days. Member Services member@kqed.org; 415.553.2150 9am-5pm, Mon–Fri. After hours, please leave a message. Other KQED Info 415.864.2000, 9am-5pm, Mon–Fri Latest Updates on KQED Public Television Schedule Changes kqed.org/tvchanges Board Meetings KQED Board and committee meetings are always open to the public. For more information, call 415.553.2260.

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Join Nature on a new adventure exploring the diversity of wildlife and habitats of the world’s highest mountain chain. Sunday, February 13, at 8pm on KQED 9.

The Himalayas

Broken Tail: A Tiger’s Last Journey

The Himalayas are defined by superlatives. They defy both description and comprehension while teaching us about the awesome power and grandeur of nature. Born during the ice ages, they form the highest mountain range in the world and stretch across Asia for 2,000 miles. The mountains themselves are considered sacred, and the rivers that spring from them are worshipped as holy. Their imposing beauty may appear cold and forbidding, but the Himalayas are actually rich with a surprising array of plants and animals. Snow leopards, wolves, bears, remarkable monkeys and foxes unlike any others, spiders, snakes, giant bees, and high-flying birds live here, as well as enormous goat-like creatures that may have been the source of the original golden fleece for which Jason and the Argonauts searched. These mountains will simply take your breath away!

Irish cameraman Colin Stafford-Johnson spent almost 600 days filming Broken Tail and his family for some of the finest tiger documentaries ever made. Broken Tail was the most charismatic tiger cub ever seen in Ranthambore, one of India’s best-protected tiger reserves. But suddenly, and without warning, he abandoned his sanctuary and went on the run, moving through farmland and scrub until he was killed by a train nearly 200 miles from its home. To track Broken Tail’s incredible journey, Colin and his soundman Salim retrace the tiger’s path and piece together the cub’s last days—and through his story reveal the fate of India’s few surviving tigers. Follow their journey Sunday, February 20, at 8pm on KQED 9.

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KQED in the Community New faces join Community Advisory Panel

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As was noted in this space last month, KQED Public Media has added five new people to its Community Advisory Panel (CAP). CAP members advise the KQED Board of Directors on the educational and cultural needs of the diverse communities served by KQED, KQEI, KTEH, and KQET. The CAP members also represent the organization in the community, assisting with outreach and communityrelations activities. A complete list of panel members is available at kqed.org/board. This month we asked J. Douglas Hollie our get-to-know-you questions. Why did you want to be part of CAP? To help inform the inner city communities of the positive things that KQED has to offer.

What special qualities/skills/ideas do you bring to the group? Diversity of thought and broad experience working with at-risk youth. What public media program(s) do you try not to miss? Tavis Smiley, History Detectives, Check Please!, Bay Area, Independent Lens, This Old House, and concerts. Who is your favorite Muppet? Cookie Monster. Finish the sentence: “KQED is . . .” a valuable resource for San Francisco Bay Area communities.

KQED Member Raffle 2011— A Chance at a Dream Come True!

Lobby of The Westin Excelsior, Florence.

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Enter this year’s Member Raffle and you could win any of 146 fabulous prizes. The Pinnacle Prize winner chooses $25,000 in cash or a new Toyota Prius. The Super Bonus prize takes you on an unforgettable journey to India and Nepal. Or you could live the legend and find adventure in sophisticated Lima and in the historic Urubamba Valley of Peru. How about five nights in a dramatic over-water suite in Auckland Harbor, New Zealand, and then two nights in a luxury suite in San Francisco? Take an island odyssey to Moorea, Bora Bora, and Tahiti or vacation in Waikiki Beach and Kauai’s Kalapaki Beach in Hawai’i. Enter by March 7, 2011, and you could win the Early Bird Prize, a luxurious five-night stay for two at

The Westin Excelsior, Florence, where you can indulge in pampered relaxation while experiencing centuries of history and unsurpassed culture. The first 50 entrants will receive lunch or dinner for two at one of Pasta Pomodoro’s Bay Area locations. Try a delicious signature dish or enjoy an Italian classic. Watch the mail for your entry form and return it immediately. Donations are not necessary to enter or win. Open to all legal U.S. residents of California or Nevada age 18 or older. For official rules, entry details, and prize descriptions, visit our website at kqed.org/raffle or call 415.553.2150. All entries must be received by August 31, 2011. Void where prohibited.


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out (and cut it down to a publisherfriendly length), she enlisted the help of longtime Bay Area journalist Vicki Haddock. Belva joked that to do this kind of work you need either a co-writer or a therapist. There are many personal stories in the book that she’d never before discussed with anyone, including her family, and she described the process as both “unique and painful.” Her promotional tour kicks off with a City Arts and Lectures conversation on February 1 with PBS NewsHour co-anchor and senior correspondent Judy Woodruff. Then she’s off to the East Coast for speaking engagements from Atlanta to Washington, D.C.

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Belva Davis is a history maker, an award-winning journalist, and a pioneering feminist. You can now add author to that list. From her humble beginnings in the Deep South during the Great Depression, she broke into journalism and made the move from segregated newspaper and radio work to become the first black female television reporter/anchor on the West Coast— hired by CBS affiliate KPIX in 1966. For the past 18 years, she’s been hosting KQED’s weekly news and public affairs program This Week in Northern California. She’s written about it all in her memoir, Never in My Wildest Dreams: A Black Woman’s Life in Journalism (PoliPoint Press, February 2011). Belva admitted that she started writing the book in 2005. And stopped and started and stopped and started. To help finally get her story

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An Extraordinary Life in Extraordinary Times

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This Is KQED Public Media

Find out more about the book at p3books.com. public radio 89.3 FM Sacramento Channel 25 - Monterey

Honoring Black History Month KQED Public Media proudly celebrates the diversity of our community with a special lineup of programs in February honoring Black History Month. See the printable A–Z Listings (at kqed.org/theguide) for starred (H) programs airing on KQED 9. Visit

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kqed.org/heritage to download a schedule of programming across all KQED channels as well as a community resource guide. KQED’s 2011 celebration of Black History Month is made possible by Union Bank.

Do you know about the KQED Curriculum Bank? Search or browse KQED Education’s library of lesson plans, educator guides, and student activities inspired by programming from KQED Public Television, Public Radio, and Interactive. http://uw.kqed.org/edresources 5


KQED Public Radio’s 24-hour international, national, regional, and local news and information service is available on frequencies 88.5 FM in San Francisco, 89.3 FM in Sacramento (KQEI), 88.3 FM in Santa Rosa, and 88.1 FM in Martinez. It is also available on Comcast digital cable channel 960 and live online at kqed.org.

Find out more. Join our network. KQEDnews.org/publicinsight

Real people, real insight, real news You’re an expert on Bay Area life. No journalist or commentator understands your job, your neighborhood, and how you’re impacted by Bay Area news better than you do. Now your expertise can help keep Bay Area residents better informed about what’s happening in their communities through the Public Insight Network at KQED. The network is part of a nationwide project founded by American Public Media that relies on people from all walks of life to help shape news coverage. It blends the public’s knowledge with journalism’s core values: accuracy, integrity, and public service. “The network is an extension of KQED’s commitment to the community,” explains Amanda Stupi, the KQED News Public Insight editor. “I’ve always admired how much KQED’s newsroom respects its audience and the ideas the public pitches. This project galvanizes that commitment.” Stupi recently answered a few questions about the network and explained why you (yes, you!) should be a part of it. What is the Public Insight Network? In the public insight model of journalism, the public directly impacts editorial decisions. The network literally gives the public a seat at the KQED News daily editorial meeting. People in the community will help generate story ideas and deepen reporting on existing stories. How does the network operate? First, people join. The simplest way is to go to KQEDnews.org/publicinsight and fill out the online sign-up form.

I look over every sign-up form and bring back any story ideas I find to the newsroom. I also coordinate with reporters and editors to write short surveys to send to sources. Some are more general, to help gather background information or story ideas. Other times they are more focused, to help us find, say, residents of a certain city or people in a particular industry. After vetting potential sources to ensure journalistic accuracy and integrity, I report to the newsroom on trends I’m noticing. At that point, I or another reporter will contact the people we think can contribute to the story. We will never publish comments without permission, and every journalist with access to the network undergoes training on how to ensure privacy. Why would someone join the network? First, I think everyone wants to ensure that their community—however they define that—is accurately represented. What better way to do that than to be a source? Second, there’s the potential to be quoted on-air in a news story—and that’s just cool. What’s your favorite part of being the Public Insight editor? As a Bay Area native, I take a lot of pride in shaping KQED’s coverage of Northern California. This is a vast place—both in terms of geography and demographics. It’s important to me that KQED’s reporting is accurate and that people see themselves in it.


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Inside Europe It’s Your World Living on Earth (new time)

QUEST Radio Report Mondays 6:33 & 8:33am The Do List Fridays 6:33 & 8:33am

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† Saturday, February 19, 2pm, Health Dialogues. Saturday, February 26, 2pm, State of the Valley Conference 2011. Radio pledge: Thursday, January 20–Tuesday, February 8, 2011.

American RadioWorks Say It Loud: Great Speeches on Civil Rights and African American Identity Wednesday, February 2, 8pm and Saturday, February 5, 1pm Traces the last 50 years of black history through stirring, historically important speeches by African Americans from across the political spectrum.

Joint Venture: Silicon Valley Network— State of the Valley Conference 2011 Thursday, February 24, 8pm and Saturday, February 26, 2pm This year’s conference takes place on February 18 in San Jose and will be accompanied, as always, by publication of the annual Silicon Valley Index, a comprehensive analytical report on the strength of the valley economy and the health of the community. A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor Saturdays, 6pm and Sundays, 11am Selected Shorts Saturdays, 8pm

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Intelligence Squared U.S.—America’s House Divided Is the Two-Party System Making America Ungovernable? Wednesday, February 23, 8pm and Saturday, February 26, 1pm For the Motion: David Brooks and Arianna Huffington. Against the Motion: P.J. O’Rourke.

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Health Dialogues Eating Behaviors Thursday, February 17, 8pm and Saturday, February 19, 2pm Many people have complicated relationships with food. Join Health Dialogues to explore what experts call “disordered eating,” and examine how attitudes about body image affect what we eat.

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Snap Judgment

American RadioWorks State of Siege: Mississippi Whites and the Civil Rights Movement Wednesday, February 16, 8pm and Saturday, February 19, 1pm Brings to light the extraordinary tactics whites in Mississippi used to battle integration and the lasting impact of that battle in American politics today.

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KQED Public Radio 88.5 FM San Francisco and 89.3 FM Sacramento

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The Commonwealth Club Plug Power: Accelerating EVs into the Fast Lane Thursday, February 3, 8pm Join us for a conversation on putting the pedal to the metal in the race to lead personal mobility in the 21st century. State of the Re:Union with Al Letson Who Is This Man? Wednesday, February 9, 8pm and Saturday, February 12, 1pm A rerelease of Letson’s extraordinary profile of Bayard Rustin for Black History Month.

City Arts & Lectures Sundays, 1pm, Tuesdays, 8pm, and Wednesdays, 2am 2/6, 2/8, & 2/9 Maya Rudolph, actress and singer, best known as a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 2000 to 2007. 2/13, 2/15, & 2/16 Salman Rushdie, British Indian novelist and essayist. 2/20, 2/22, & 2/23 Ira Glass, host and producer of the radio and television show This American Life, in conversation with Dave Eggers, writer, editor, and publisher. 2/27, 3/1, & 3/2 Ann Beattie, short-story writer and novelist.

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Complete program repeats on the Life (Comcast 189, Digital 54.3) and World (Comcast 190, Digital 9.3) channels were not available at press time. Although some repeats are listed, many are missing. We apologize for any inconvenience. Check kqed.org/dtv for complete World and Life schedules.

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The Space Age: NASA’s Story | H | Triumph and Tragedy. With repeated triumphs and new challenges comes increasing risk, until loss breaks the pattern. The white-knuckle suspense thriller of Apollo 13’s famous neardisaster is only a triumphant prelude to darker moments ahead. | R (9/HD) 2/2 3am; (Life) 2/2 8pm, 2/3 2am; (World) 2/5 5pm, 2/6 10pm, 2/7 4am

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Frontline | H | TBA. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/2 4am

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Pioneers of Television Crime Dramas. | HD | RR 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/2 2am & 5am, 2/5 7pm, 2/6 1am & 10:30pm, 2/7 4:30am

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Charlie Rose | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/1 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/1 5:30am 1:30

Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | HD |

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Antiques Roadshow San Diego, Hour 2 of 3. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/5 3pm; (Life) 2/6 11am

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Packard—An American Classic Car | R (9/HD) 2/5 6pm

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The Greely Expedition: American Experience | D | HD |

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Chautauqua: An American Narrative | HD |

E vening 7:30pm Spark | q | ShadowLight Theatre, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Brenda Wong Aoki. Meet artists who are continuing the storytelling tradition, fusing ancient and contemporary techniques and content. | R (9/HD) 2/2 1:30am, 2/4 11:30pm, 2/5 5:30am; (Life) 2/5 2pm 8:00

Pioneers of Television | H | Crime Dramas takes a look at The Rockford Files, Dragnet, Columbo, Mission: Impossible, and other crime shows including the innovative crime drama Mannix, which starred Mike Connors and Gail Fisher (pictured). | HD | R (9/HD) 11pm, 2/2 2am & 5am, 2/5 7pm, 2/6 1am & 10:30pm, 2/7 4:30am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/2 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/2 5:30am 1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule. Evening 7:30pm QUEST | q | From Salt Ponds to Wetlands/Watching the Brain at Work. Visit the largest wetlands restoration project ever attempted in the West, and learn how Stanford scientists are using technology to watch the brain at work. | HD | | R (9/HD) 2/3 1:30am 8:00

Nova scienceNOW | H | How Does the Brain Work? Can new science help us understand how the brain allows us to think, act, feel, and behave? | HD | R (9/HD) 11pm, 2/3 2am & 5am; (World) 2/5 11pm, 2/6 5am

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Nova | H | Making Stuff: Cleaner explores how materials used to make fuel cells, quantum computers, and more are shaping the future. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/3 3am; (World) 2/5 10pm, 2/6 4am

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Next Frontier: Engineering the Golden Age of Green | H | focuses on renewable, clean energy technologies that can improve our future and help our economy. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/3 4am; (World) 2/6 11pm, 2/7 5am

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Nova scienceNOW How Does the Brain Work? | D | HD | RR 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/3 2am & 5am; (World) 2/5 11pm, 2/6 5am

February 5 The Pink Panther (1964) The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976) February 12 City Slickers (1991) February 19 The Color Purple (1985) February 26 Topkapi (1964) House of Games (1987)

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/3 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/3 5:30am 1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule. Evening 7:30pm Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #309 Chez Maman, Half Moon Bay Brewing Company, Kirala. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/4 1:30am, 2/5 1pm

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Masters of the Arctic Ice Journey to the top of the world to witness firsthand how the planet’s changing climate is affecting the creatures that inhabit the icy Arctic. | R (9/HD) 2/4 3am, 2/6 6pm Niagara Falls offers stunning views and profiles of some of the quirky visitors and workers at this spectacular waterfall. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/4 4am Bear Island | RR 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/4 2am & 5am, 2/6 7pm, 2/7 1am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/4 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/4 5:30am 1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule. 7:30pm This Week in Northern California | H | q | HD | R (9/HD) 2/5 1:30am & 7am, 2/6 4pm; (World) 2/5 9:30am & 7pm, 2/6 1am, 11am, & 6pm 8:00

Washington Week | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/5 2am & 6:30am; (World) 2/5 9am & 6:30pm, 2/6 10:30am & 4:30pm

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #401 Mescolanza Restaurant, Basque Cultural Center, Alexander’s Steakhouse. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/5 2:30am & 9am

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American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story—A Rising Power: 1923–1937 introduces the four brothers, their new motion picture company, and their unique hard-boiled, hard-times cinema ethos. | R (9/HD) 2/5 3am

Roadtrip Nation | q | #606. Meet with “godfather of skating” David Miles Jr. in Golden Gate Park. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/6 mid; (Life) 2/6 2:30pm

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Cooking Odyssey | H | Paros.| HD |

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #401 Mescolanza Restaurant, Basque Cultural Center, Alexander’s Steakhouse.| HD |

6:00am Clifford the Big Red Dog | D |

Simply Ming Maitake Mushrooms and Italian Basil. | HD | R (Life) 2/24 3pm

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10:00 Martin Yan’s Hidden China A Rock Legend. | HD | 10:30 Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home | q | Soufflés. 11:00 America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated | H | Italian Comfort Classics. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/24 1pm 11:30 Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Two Perfect Pies. | HD | afte r noon noon

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class | q | Beet Gorgonzola Salad and Veal Chops. | HD | R (Life) 2/7 6pm

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #309 Chez Maman, Half Moon Bay Brewing Company, Kirala. | HD |

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Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/6 4:30pm, 2/7 7:30pm, 2/8 1:30am; (Life) 2/5 5:30pm, 2/6 5:30pm

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Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | Layered Elegance. | D | HD |

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Avec Eric | H | q | Dinner Social. | HD |

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Antiques Roadshow San Diego, Hour 2 of 3. | HD | R (Life) 2/6 11am

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10:00 Dinosaur Train | D | HD | 10:30 The Electric Company | D | HD | 11:00 Nature Born Wild: The First Days of Life follows the birth and the dangerous first day of a marmoset, a moose, an elephant, and a gorilla. | D | HD | aft ernoon noon

Ultimate Killers Speed and Strength features animals with the highest attack velocity and those with ultimate strength.

12:51pm Ultimate Killers Chemical Killers and Packhunters sets out to find the animals who could kill a human being the fastest and which are the most successful pack-hunters.

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This Week in Northern California | q | HD | R (World) 2/6 6pm

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Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | HD | R (9/HD) 2/7 7:30pm, 2/8 1:30am; (Life) 2/6 5:30pm

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America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Two Ways with Pork. | HD |

8:00pm The Pink Panther (1964) The first film in the Pink Panther series introduces the mishap-prone snoop Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Peter Sellers) to the world. Written and directed by Blake Edwards, featuring a score by Henry Mancini. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/6 2am

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #402 Shanghai Dumpling King, Caesar’s Italian Restaurant, Farmerbrown. | HD |

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Masters of the Arctic Ice | RR 2/3 9pm

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Bear Island | RR 2/3 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/7 1am

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This Old House | H | HD |

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Ask This Old House | H | HD |

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Packard—An American Classic Car

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Pioneers of Television Crime Dramas. | HD | RR 2/1 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/6 1am & 10:30pm, 2/7 4:30am

Washington Week | HD | R (World) 2/5 9am & 6:30pm, 2/6 10:30am & 4:30pm

Curious George | D |

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The McLaughlin Group | R (World) 2/6 5:30pm

Spark | q |ShadowLight Theatre, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Brenda Wong Aoki. | RR 2/1 7:30pm | R (9/HD) 2/5 5:30am; (Life) 2/5 2pm

6:30

Wild Kratts | HD |

9:00

3:30

Hometime Sculpture Studio Extension —Wrap-Up. | R (Life) 2/6 3:30pm, 2/12 9am

6:00am The McLaughlin Group | H | R (9/HD) 2/6 3:30pm; (World) 2/5 11am & 6pm, 2/6 10am, 1pm, & 5:30pm

8:30

Inside Washington | H | R (World) 2/6 5pm

4:30

1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule.

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

3:00

ImageMakers | q | You Sexy Thing features the short films Pierre, a Hole with a View; Mickey and Maria; and The Aviatrix. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/5 5am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/5 5:30am

WordWorld | D | HD |

8:00

Yellowstone: Land to Life The sweeping geologic story of Yellowstone explores the bonds between the landscape and biology. | HD |

11:00

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) 2/7 noon; (World) 2/5 2am

Raggs | q | D |

7:30

2:32

Rough Cut—Woodworking with Tommy Mac | H | Chippendale Footstool. | HD |

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Sid the Science Kid | HD |

7:00

Ultimate Killers Defenders and Maneaters. Find out which animals are considered most dangerous to humans and which are most likely to eat humans.

4:00

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Need to Know | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/5 4am; (World) 2/5 7:30am, 2/6 6am & 3pm, 2/7 mid, 8am, & 11am

Saturday 5

Roadtrip Nation | q |#606. | HD | RR 2/5 7:30am | R (Life) 2/6 2:30pm

12:30am The Artist Toolbox Isabel and Ruben Toledo. | HD |

12:30pm Lidia’s Italy | H | The Lamb and the Chestnut Story.

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The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976) Former Chief Inspector Charles Dreyfus (Herbert Lom), driven to a nervous breakdown by working with Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Peter Sellars), escapes from the asylum. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/6 4am

KQED.org

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Sunday 6

KQED Public Radio

Friday 4

This Week in Northern California | q | HD | R (9/HD) 2/6 4pm; (World) 2/5 9:30am & 7pm, 2/6 1am, 11am, & 6pm

7:00

KQED Public Television

10:00

Bear Island Veteran tracker Vern Beier explores brown bears in the dark forests of Chichagof Island, Alaska. | R (9/HD) 11pm, 2/4 2am & 5am, 2/6 7pm, 2/7 1am

February 2011

8:00

8:00pm Nature Clever Monkeys examines monkey culture, how they teach their young and how they communicate with one another. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/7 2am; (World) 2/12 9pm, 2/13 3am

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Masterpiece Mystery! Poirot: Mrs. McGinty’s Dead. The Belgian sleuth teams up with a famed crime novelist to save an innocent man accused of murder. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/7 3am; (Life) 2/12 9pm, 2/13 3am

10:30

Pioneers of Television Crime Dramas. | HD | RR 2/1 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/7 4:30am

11:30

In the Life | H | R (9/HD) 2/7 5:30am

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Austin City Limits Dave Matthews Band. | HD |

1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. Evening 7:30pm Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | HD | R (9/HD) 2/8 1:30am 8:00

Antiques Roadshow | H | San Diego, Hour 3 of 3. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/8 2am, 2/12 3pm; (Life) 2/13 11am

9:00

Reagan: American Experience Lifeguard, Part 1 of 2 follows Ronald Reagan from his youth in the American heartland to the triumph of his “revolution” in 1981. | D | R (9/HD) 2/8 3am

11:00

Nancy Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime | H | In an extended interview with Judy Woodruff, Nancy Reagan reflects on her childhood, her life as an actress, her marriage to Ronald Reagan, their lifelong romance, and her role as his most trusted adviser. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/8 5am

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1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule. Evening 7:30pm Spark | q | David Grisman, SFJazz Collective, Elderhostel lends an ear to the richness of original American music as it is created in the Bay Area. | R (9/HD) 2/9 1:30am, 2/11 11:30pm, 2/12 5:30am; (Life) 2/12 2pm

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Pioneers of Television | H | Local Kids’ TV. In the early years of television, local kids’ programs shaped the childhoods of millions of American children. | HD | | R (9/HD) 2/9 2am, 2/12 10:50pm, 2/13 4:50am The Space Age: NASA’s Story | H | Life and Death in Space. After visiting the moon, humanity seeks to explore deep space and learn to live beyond Earth. | R (9/HD) 2/9 3am; (Life) 2/9 8pm, 2/10 2am; (World) 2/12 5pm, 2/13 10pm, 2/14 4am Frontline | H | TBA. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/9 4am Independent Lens | H | When I Rise. Racial controversy surrounds a gifted music student as she struggles to succeed in the world of opera. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/9 5am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/9 2am

mid

Charlie Rose | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/11 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/9 5:30am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/11 5:30am

1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule.

1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule.

E vening

Evening

7:30pm QUEST | q | Decoding Synthetic Biology/ Wetlands Time Machine. Find out what leading synthetic biologists are building with biological tools, and discover how historical ecologists are re-creating San Francisco Bay wetlands that existed decades ago. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/10 1:30am

7:30pm This Week in Northern California | H | q | HD | R (9/HD) 2/12 1:30am & 7am, 2/13 4pm; (World) 2/12 9:30am & 7pm, 2/13 1am, 11am, & 6pm

8:00

Nova scienceNOW | H | How Smart Are Animals? How well can we understand what’s going on in the brains of nonhuman animals? Do our pets—like dogs—have the same feelings we do? How smart are animals really? | D | HD | R (9/HD) 11pm, 2/10 2am & 5am, 2/13 7pm, 2/14 1am; (World) 2/12 11pm, 2/13 5am

9:00

Nova | H | Making Stuff: Smarter. Explore the wild ideas that have turned into cutting-edge materials and hightech breakthroughs. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/10 3am; (World) 2/12 10pm, 2/13 4am

10:00 Nova | H | Smartest Machine on Earth. Enter an IBM lab where scientists are working to perfect a machine that can answer any question. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/10 4am; (World) 2/13 11pm, 2/14 5am 8:00

Washington Week | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/12 2am & 6:30am; (World) 2/12 9am & 6:30pm, 2/13 10:30am & 4:30pm

8:30

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #201 Memphis Minnie’s, Ovation at the Opera, Café Gratitude. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/12 2:30am & 9am

9:00

American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story—War and Peace: 1937–1949. The studio becomes home to celebrated stars and faces the twin catastrophes of the Depression and World War II. | R (9/HD) 2/12 3am & 9:53pm, 2/13 3:53am

E vening

10:00

7:30pm Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #403 Coco 500, Crogan’s Montclair, Red Jade. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/11 1:30am, 2/12 1pm

Need to Know | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/12 4am; (World) 2/12 7:30am, 2/13 6am & 3pm, 2/14 mid, 8am, & 11am

11:00

ImageMakers | q | From the Mouths of Babes. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/12 5am

8:00

Wyatt Earp: American Experience Earp was a caricature of the Western lawman who was transformed into a folk hero after his death. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/11 2am, 2/12 7pm, 2/13 1am

11:30

Spark | q | David Grisman, SFJazz Collective, Elderhostel. | RR 2/8 7:30pm | R (9/HD) 2/12 5:30am; (Life) 2/12 2pm

9:00

Buffalo Bill: American Experience William Cody’s legendary exploits helped create the myth of the American West that endures today. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/11 3am

Ea rly

11:00

Charlie Rose | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/8 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/8 5:30am

8:00

Wednesday 9

Nova scienceNOW How Smart Are Animals? | D | HD | RR 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/10 2am & 5am, 2/13 7pm, 2/14 1am; (World) 2/12 11pm, 2/13 5am

Thursday 10 E ar ly mid

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/10 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/10 5:30am 1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule.

10:00 Kit Carson: American Experience Rich archival materials shows how Carson helped spur a migration that would change the West forever. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/11 4am 11:30 ImageMakers | q | Stand by Me. | HD | | R (9/HD) 2/11 5:30am

Saturday 12 mid

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) 2/14 noon; (World) 2/12 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/12 5:30am 1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule. 6:00am The McLaughlin Group | H | R (9/HD) 2/13 3:30pm; (World) 2/12 11am & 6pm, 2/13 10am, 1pm, & 5:30pm

Photo: Courtesy of Laura Willcox/WGBH.

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This Week in Northern California | q | HD | R (9/HD) 2/13 4pm; (World) 2/12 9:30am & 7pm, 2/13 1am, 11am, & 6pm

mid

Roadtrip Nation | q | #607. Meet filmmaker Celine Cousteau in Santa Fe and author Gwendolyn Zepeda in Houston. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/13 mid; (Life) 2/13 2:30pm

12:30am The Artist Toolbox Tom Skerritt. | HD | 1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

8:00

Raggs | q | D |

Antiques Roadshow | H | Des Moines, Hour 1 of 3. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/15 2am, 2/19 3pm; (Life) 2/20 11am

9:00

Reagan: American Experience An American Crusade, Part 2 of 2 focuses on Reagan’s battle with the Soviet Union and his resolve to end the Cold War. | D | R (9/HD) 2/15 3am

11:30

ImageMakers | q | Chance Encounters. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/15 5:30am

WordWorld | D | | HD |

8:00

9:00

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

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

8:30

Curious George | D |

9:00

Curious George | D |

Simply Ming Chinese Mustard and Crème Fraîche. | HD | R (Life) 2/25 3pm

9:30

Caillou

Martin Yan’s Hidden China The Wind and Water of Quilin. | HD |

10:00

Dinosaur Train | D | HD |

10:30

The Electric Company | D | HD |

11:00

Great Performances at the Met | H | Boris Godunov. Valery Gergiev conducts Mussorgsky’s epic that captures the suffering and ambition of a nation. | HD | R (Life) 2/14 7pm, 2/15 1am

11:00

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated | H | Fall Favorites. | HD |

11:30

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Family Supper. | HD |

aft e r n o o n noon

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class | q | Asparagus Puffs (Gougeres) and Lamb Skewers with Fava Salad. | HD |

12:30pm Lidia’s Italy | H | Hot Stuff from Basilicata. 1:00

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #403 Coco 500, Crogan’s Montclair, Red Jade. | HD |

1:30

Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/13 4:30pm, 2/14 7:30pm, 2/15 1:30am; (Life) 2/12 5:30pm, 2/13 5:30pm

2:00

Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | The Egg First! | D | | HD |

2:30

Avec Eric | q | A Dream Dinner. | HD |

3:00

Antiques Roadshow San Diego, Hour 3 of 3. | HD | R (Life) 2/13 11am

4:00

Rough Cut—Woodworking with Tommy Mac | H | Bread Box. | HD |

4:30

Hometime Stone Cottage—Retractable Screens.

5:00

This Old House | H | HD |

5:30

Ask This Old House | H | HD |

6:00

Time Team America New Philadelphia, Illinois. Walk the streets of the first American town founded by former slaves and search for the schoolhouse. | HD | R (World) 2/19 3pm

7:00

Wyatt Earp: American Experience | D | HD | RR 2/10 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/13 1am

Evening

American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story—War and Peace: 1937–1949. | RR 2/11 9pm | R (9/HD) 2/13 3:53am

10:50

Pioneers of Television Local Kids’ TV. | HD | RR 2/8 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/13 4:50am

Ea rly mid

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/15 2am

Aft e r noon

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/15 5:30am

2:30pm ImageMakers | q | Intelligent Design. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/20 11:30pm, 2/21 5:30am

1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule.

3:00

Inside Washington | H | R (World) 2/13 5pm

3:30

The McLaughlin Group | R (World) 2/13 5:30pm

4:00

This Week in Northern California | q | | HD | R (World) 2/13 6pm

4:30

Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | HD | R (9/HD) 2/14 7:30pm, 2/15 1:30am; (Life) 2/13 5:30pm

5:00

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated The Cookie Jar. | HD |

5:30

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #501 Turk & Larkin, Brown Sugar, 2223 Restaurant. | HD |

6:00

Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories | q | Runners’ High. When teenagers from West Oakland sign up to train for a marathon, they begin the journey of a lifetime.

7:00

Nova scienceNOW How Smart Are Animals? | D | HD | RR 2/9 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/14 1am

Evening 7:30pm Spark | q | Bruce Beasley, BUMP, John Abduljaami, ©rude tells the stories of artists who call West Oakland home. | R (9/HD) 2/16 1:30am, 2/18 11:30pm, 2/19 5:30am; (Life) 2/19 2pm 8:00

Pioneers of Television Late Night profiles the talent and shows that pioneered the late-night format. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/16 2am, 2/20 7pm & 10:30pm, 2/21 1am & 4:30am

9:00

Apollo Wives The wives of Apollo astronauts reveal their own personal stories and reminisce about the space age. | R (9/HD) 2/16 3am

10:00

Frontline | H | TBA. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/16 4am

11:00

Independent Lens Adjust Your Color: The Truth of Petey Greene. Don Cheadle narrates a look at how radio’s first shock jock battled the system and his own demons. | R (9/HD) 2/16 5am

Evening 8:00pm Nature | H | The Himalayas explores the diversity of wildlife and habitats of this mountain chain, including the snow leopard. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/14 2am, 2/20 11am; (World) 2/19 9pm, 2/20 3am 9:00

Masterpiece Classic | H | Any Human Heart, Part 1 of 3. A man, at various times writer, lover, art dealer, and spy, makes his way through the 20th century. Matthew MacFadyen, Gillian Anderson, Hayley Atwell, Kim Cattrall, and Jim Broadbent star. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/14 3am; (Life) 2/19 9pm, 2/20 3am

10:30

Bill Cosby: The Mark Twain Prize An A-list cast of comedians—including Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock—salutes Bill Cosby, the 12th recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. | HD | | R (9/HD) 2/14 4:30am, 2/17 9pm, 2/18 3am; (Life) 2/20 8pm, 2/21 2am

8:00pm City Slickers (1991) | H | In this comedy, a man (Billy Crystal) going through a mid-life crisis finds renewal and purpose on a cattle-driving vacation. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/13 2am 9:53

Tuesday 15

KQED.org KQED.org

7:30

KQED Public Public Radio Radio KQED

Sid the Science Kid | HD |

7:00

Cooking Odyssey | H | Naxos. | HD |

Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home | q | Winter Vegetables.

Evening

6:30

Travelscope South Africa.

10:30

Austin City Limits Pearl Jam. | HD |

1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. 7:30pm Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | HD | R (9/HD) 2/15 1:30am

8:30

10:00

mid

6:00am Clifford the Big Red Dog | D |

8:00

9:30

Phoot: Courtesy of Erinn Chalene Cosby.

Roadtrip Nation | q | #607. | HD | RR 2/12 7:30am | R (Life) 2/13 2:30pm

KQED Public Public Television Television KQED

7:30

Washington Week | HD | R (World) 2/12 9am & 6:30pm, 2/13 10:30am & 4:30pm

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Charlie Rose | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/16 2am

mid

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/16 5:30am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/18 5:30am

1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule.

1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule.

Evening

E vening

7:30pm QUEST | q | Nature-Deficit Disorder/Ugo Conti’s Spider Boat. Learn about local efforts to get kids to play outdoors, and discover a spider-like sea craft that could change ocean travel. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/17 1:30am

7:30pm This Week in Northern California | H | q | HD | R (9/HD) 2/19 1:30am & 7am, 2/20 4pm; (World) 2/19 9:30am & 7pm, 2/20 1am, 11am, & 6pm

8:00

9:00

10:00

11:00

Nova scienceNOW | H | Where Did We Come From? A chemist’s landmark discovery has yielded a new kind of “recipe” for natural processes to assemble and create the building blocks of life. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/17 2am Nova | H | Crash of Flight 447. Pilots and safety experts examine how this state-of-the-art airliner (flying from Rio de Janeiro to Paris) vanished without a trace. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/17 3am; (World) 2/19 10pm, 2/20 4am Nova The Deadliest Plane Crash investigates the collision of two Boeing 747 airliners on an airport runway in the Canary Islands that killed 583 people. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/17 4am; (World) 2/19 11pm, 2/20 5am Digital Media: New Learners of the 21st Century | H | examines how mobile devices and digital media can empower young people to direct their own learning. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/17 5am

Thursday 17 E arly mid

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/17 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/17 5:30am

8:00

Washington Week | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/19 2am & 6:30am; (World) 2/19 9am & 6:30pm, 2/20 10:30am & 4:30pm

8:30

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #203 Miller’s East Coast West Delicatessen, Picante, Da Flora. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/19 2:30am & 9am

9:00

American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story—Age of Anxiety: 1950–1969. The studio fights television with new technology and new stars. | R (9/HD) 2/19 3am & 10:39pm, 2/20 4:39am

10:00

Need to Know | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/19 4am; (World) 2/19 7:30am, 2/20 6am & 3pm, 2/21 mid, 8am, & 11am

11:00

ImageMakers | q | Bleed to Love Her. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/19 5am

11:30

Spark | q | Bruce Beasley, BUMP, John Abduljaami, ©rude. | RR 2/15 7:30pm | R (9/HD) 2/19 5:30am; (Life) 2/19 2pm

Saturday 19 mid

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/19 5:30am 1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule.

Ev e n i n g

6:30

7:30pm Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #404 Borobudur Restaurant, Alegria’s, Poggio. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/18 1:30am, 2/19 1pm

Washington Week | HD | R (World) 2/19 9am & 6:30pm, 2/20 10:30am & 4:30pm

7:00

This Week in Northern California | q | HD | R (9/HD) 2/20 4pm; (World) 2/19 9:30am & 7pm, 2/20 1am, 11am, & 6pm

9:00

10:30

Bill Cosby: The Mark Twain Prize | HD | R (9/HD) 2/18 3am; (Life) 2/20 8pm, 2/21 2am Great Performances Stevie Wonder: Live at Last. A London performance celebrating the 50th anniversary of Motown Records. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/18 4:30am; (Life) 2/21 9pm, 2/22 3am

11:30

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Old-Fashioned Pork. | HD |

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Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class | q | Cherry Tomato Pizza and Fennel Arugula Salad. | HD |

12:30pm Lidia’s Italy | H | Strumming the Pasta. 1:00

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #404 Borobudur Restaurant, Alegria’s, Poggio. | HD |

1:30

Roger Ebert Presents at the Movies | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/20 4:30pm, 2/21 7:30pm, 2/22 1:30am; (Life) 2/19 5:30pm, 2/20 5:30pm

2:00

Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | Fast Proof. | D | HD |

2:30

Avec Eric | q | Building Flavor. | HD |

3:00

Antiques Roadshow Des Moines, Hour 1 of 3. | HD | R (Life) 2/20 11am

4:00

Rough Cut—Woodworking with Tommy Mac | H | Trellis. | HD |

4:30

Hometime | q | Stone Cottage— Sod and Stone.

5:00

This Old House | H | q | HD |

5:30

Ask This Old House | H | q | HD |

6:00

American Masters Marvin Gaye: What’s Going On. The Motown star created his own intimate style, but his glamorous career was tainted by torment. | HD | R (Life) 2/19 7pm, 2/20 1am, 2/21 7pm, 2/22 1am

7:00

American Masters Sam Cooke: Crossing Over. Cooke’s blend of gospel and pop altered the course of popular music and race relations in America. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/20 1am; (Life) 2/21 8pm, 2/22 2am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) 2/21 noon; (World) 2/19 2am

6:00am The McLaughlin Group | H | R (9/HD) 2/20 3:30pm; (World) 2/19 11am & 6pm, 2/20 10am, 1pm, & 5:30pm

Secrets of the Dead Slave Ship Mutiny. Archaeologists, historians, and slave descendents investigate the 1766 Meermin shipwreck. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/18 2am

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated | H | Seafood in a Skillet. | HD |

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1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule.

8:00

E vening 8:00pm The Color Purple (1985) | H | is the award-winning film adaptation of Alice Walker’s novel. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/20 2am 10:39

American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story—Age of Anxiety: 1950–1969. | RR 2/18 9pm | R (9/HD) 2/20 4:39am

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Roadtrip Nation | q | #608. | HD | RR 2/19 7:30am | R (Life) 2/20 2:30pm

Roadtrip Nation | q | #608. The team heads north to Chicago and interviews chef Homaru Cantu and goes to a White Sox baseball game. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/20 mid; (Life) 2/20 2:30pm

12:30am The Artist Toolbox Zang Toi. | HD |

8:00

Travelscope New Brunswick.

6:30

Sid the Science Kid | D | HD |

8:30

Cooking Odyssey | H | Tzia. | HD |

7:00

Raggs | q | D |

9:00

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #203 Miller’s East Coast West Delicatessen, Picante, Da Flora. | HD |

7:30

WordWorld | D | HD |

8:00

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | D | HD |

Simply Ming Organic Ponzu and Jamon de Fermin. | HD | R (Life) 2/28 3pm

8:30

Curious George | D |

Martin Yan’s Hidden China Yangshuo—The Hidden Gem. | HD |

9:00

Curious George | D | HD |

9:30

Caillou

10:00

Dinosaur Train | D | HD |

10:30

The Electric Company | D | HD |

7:30

9:30 10:00 10:30

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Charlie Rose | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/18 2am

11:00

Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home | q | Charcuterie: Sausage and Paté.

1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. 6:00am Clifford the Big Red Dog | D |


Nature The Himalayas. | D | HD | RR 2/13 8pm

a fte r n o o n noon

1:00pm Live from Lincoln Center | H | The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: Beethoven and Brahms. Brahms’s string Sextet no. 1 and Beethoven’s “Archduke” piano trio are performed in the new Alice Tully Hall. | HD | Inside Washington | H | R (World) 2/20 5pm

3:30

The McLaughlin Group | R (World) 2/20 5:30pm

4:00

This Week in Northern California | q | HD | R (World) 2/20 6pm

4:30

Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | HD | R (9/HD) 2/21 7:30pm, 2/22 1:30am; (Life) 2/20 5:30pm America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Saucy Italian Favorites. | HD |

5:30

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #502 Pomelo, Deedee’s, Farina. | HD |

Masterpiece Classic | H | Any Human Heart, Part 2 of 3. | HD | RR 2/13 9pm | R (9/HD) 2/21 3am; (Life) 2/26 9pm, 2/27 3am

10:30

Pioneers of Television Late Night. | HD | RR 2/15 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/21 1am & 4:30am

11:30

ImageMakers Intelligent Design. | HD | | R (9/HD) 2/21 5:30am

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Photos (top to bottom): Nanak Dhingra; courtesy of ©Flip Schulke/CORBIS.

6:30

7:00

Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories | q | A Day Late in Oakland is a compelling film about Chauncey Bailey, the Oakland journalist who was gunned down on his walk to work in August 2007, and the evolution of Your Black Muslim Bakery, the organization implicated in the killing.

Austin City Limits The New Orleans Social Club. | HD |

1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

11:00

Independent Lens | H | William S. Burroughs: A Man Within. The influential artist’s friends and colleagues remember the public persona and the private man. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/23 5am

Wednesday 23 Ea rly mid

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/23 2am

E vening

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/23 5:30am

7:30pm Roger Ebert Presents at the Movies | HD | R (9/HD) 2/22 1:30am

1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule.

8:00

10:30

Black History Month Celebration | H | q | KQED proudly celebrates individuals whose work has helped to create a better Bay Area for all. Nominated by the community, these local heroes’ accomplishments are the centerpiece of our annual of Black History Month celebration. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/22 7:30pm; (Life) 2/26 2pm, 2/27 6:30pm

Frontline | H | TBA. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/23 4am

Monday 21

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6:00

10:00

Antiques Roadshow | H | Des Moines, Hour 2 of 3. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/22 2am, 2/26 3pm; (Life) 2/27 11am Roads to Memphis: American Experience tells the wildly disparate, yet fatefully entwined stories of an assassin, James Earl Ray, and his target, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., against the backdrop of the seething and turbulent forces in American society that led these two men to their violent and tragic collision in Memphis, Tenn., on April 4, 1968. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/22 3am, 2/27 1:30pm Assassination of Abraham Lincoln: American Experience recounts the death of America’s first assassinated president and the manhunt for John Wilkes Booth. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/22 4:30am, 2/27 noon

Evening 7:30pm QUEST | q | Under the Microscope: Science Struggles in Schools. California schools rank among the lowest-scoring in science achievement in the United States, even as the state’s economy depends increasingly on technology. How bad is the problem? | HD | 8:00

Nova scienceNOW | H | What’s the Next Big Thing? What are the technologies most likely to revolutionize life in the future? | D | HD | R (9/HD) 11pm, 2/24 2am & 5am

9:00

Nova | H | Venom: Nature’s Killer. Scientists track down and capture the planet’s most deadly creatures to study their toxic venom. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/24 3am; (World) 2/26 10pm, 2/27 4am

10:00

How Much Is Your Dead Body Worth? Investigate the gruesome and lucrative body parts trade, in which a whole body can bring in $5,000. | R (9/HD) 2/24 4am; (World) 2/26 11pm, 2/27 5am

11:00

Nova scienceNOW What’s the Next Big Thing? | D | HD | RR 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/24 2am & 5am

Tuesday 22 E ar ly mid

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/22 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/22 5:30am 1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule. E vening 7:30pm Black History Month Celebration | q | HD | RR 2/20 6pm | R (Life) 2/26 2pm, 2/27 6:30pm 8:00

Pioneers of Television Late Night. | HD | RR 2/15 8pm | R (9/HD) 10:30pm, 2/21 1am & 4:30am

9:00

Jack Benny: Comedy in Bloom Narrated by Tom Smothers, this biography features classic clips from Benny’s award-winning television program, rare photos, home movie, and talk show footage. | R (9/HD) 2/23 2am, 2/27 10:30pm, 2/28 4:30am Pioneers of Television Sitcoms profiles the legends and shows that pioneered the sitcom format. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/23 3am, 2/24 11pm, 2/25 5am, 2/27 7pm, 2/28 1am

KQED.org

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9:00

KQED Public Radio

3:00

8:00pm Nature | H | Broken Tail: A Tiger’s Last Journey. The story of the life and death of a charismatic tiger cub reveals the fate of tigers in India. See page 3 for more information. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/21 2am, 2/27 11am; (World) 2/26 9pm, 2/27 3am

KQED Public Television

In Performance at the White House A Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement. President Obama hosts popular musicians performing music that galvanized the Civil Rights Movement. | HD | R (Life) 2/20 10:33pm

evening

February 2011

11:00

Thursday 24 Ea rly mid

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/24 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/24 5:30am 1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule. Evening 7:30pm Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #405 Indian Palace, Thanh Long, Oliveto Café and Restaurant. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/25 1:30am, 2/26 1pm

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11:00

Secrets of the Dead Battle for the Bible. In the 15th and 16th centuries, men set out to bring the scriptures to people in their own language. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/25 2am Dead Sea Scrolls: Voices in the Desert joins scientists from around the world as they unlock secrets that have lay hidden in the desert for 2,000 years. | R (9/HD) 2/25 3am Lost Treasures of the Ancient World | H | Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. | R (9/HD) 2/25 3:52am Pioneers of Television Sitcoms. | HD | RR 2/22 9pm | R (9/HD) 2/25 5am, 2/27 7pm, 2/28 1am

Friday 25 E arly mid

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) noon; (World) 2/25 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/25 5:30am

7:00

7:30

7:30pm This Week in Northern California | H | q | HD | R (9/HD) 2/26 1:30am & 7am, 2/27 4pm; (World) 2/26 9:30am & 7pm, 2/27 1am, 11am, & 6pm 8:00

Washington Week | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/26 2am & 6:30am; (World) 2/26 9am & 6:30pm, 2/27 10:30am & 4:30pm

Travelscope Thailand—Bangkok and the River Kwai.

8:30

Cooking Odyssey | H | Athens. | HD |

9:00

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #204 Pasta Moon, Town Hall, Suppenkuche. | HD |

9:30

Simply Ming Spring Roll Wrappers and Pesto. | HD |

10:00

Martin Yan’s Hidden China For All the Teas in Western China. | HD |

10:30

Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home | q | Comfort Food: Poached Chicken, Chicken Pot Pie, and Apple Tart Dessert.

11:00

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated | H | Coffee Break Sweets. | HD |

11:30

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Southern Comfort Food. | HD |

E vening 8:00pm Topkapi (1964) | H | A small-time con-man with passport problems gets mixed up with a gang of world-class jewelry thieves plotting to rob the Topkapi museum in Istanbul. | R (9/HD) 2/27 2am 10:05

House of Games (1987) A twist-laden tale of a psychiatrist (Lindsay Crouse) trying to help her patient, a compulsive gambler (Mike Nussbaum). Directed by David Mamet. | R (9/HD) 2/27 4:05am

Sunday 27 Ea rly mid

Roadtrip Nation | q | #609. | HD | RR 2/26 7:30am | R (Life) 2/27 2:30pm

12:30am The Artist Toolbox Sam Gilliam. | HD | 1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. 6:00am Clifford the Big Red Dog | D | 6:30

Sid the Science Kid | D | HD |

7:00

Raggs | q |

7:30

WordWorld | D | HD |

8:00

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | D | HD |

8:30

Curious George | D | HD |

aft e r noon

9:00

Curious George | D | HD |

noon

9:30

Caillou | R (9/HD) 2/28 7:30am

10:00

Dinosaur Train | D | HD |

10:30

The Electric Company | D | HD | R (Kids) 2/28 6:30pm & 11pm

11:00

Nature Broken Tail: A Tiger’s Last Journey. | D | HD | RR 2/20 8pm

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class | q | Ricotta Mint Ravioli and Lemon Salad. | HD |

12:30pm Lidia’s Italy | H | For Whom the Bell Tolls.

8:30

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #204 Pasta Moon, Town Hall, Suppenkuche. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/26 2:30am & 9am

1:00

9:00

American Masters You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story—Starting Over: 1970–1990. Woodstock signals a new era while new talent and management spark a return to taking chances and setting trends. | R (9/HD) 2/26 3am

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #405 Indian Palace, Thanh Long, Oliveto Café and Restaurant. | HD |

1:30

Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/27 4:30pm, 2/28 7:30pm; (Life) 2/26 5:30pm, 2/27 5:30pm

noon

2:00

Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | Brussel Sprout Love. | D | HD |

1:30pm Roads to Memphis: American Experience | D | HD | RR 2/21 9pm

Need to Know | H | HD | R (9/HD) 2/26 4am; (World) 2/26 7:30am, 2/27 6am & 3pm, 2/28 mid, 8am, & 11am

2:30

Avec Eric | q | Star Ingredients. | HD |

3:00

3:00

Antiques Roadshow Des Moines, Hour 2 of 3. | HD | R (Life) 2/27 11am

Inside Washington | H | R (World) 2/27 5pm

3:30

11:00

ImageMakers | q | Imagine a World Without Me. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/26 5am

4:00

The New Yankee Workshop Finish and Install.

The McLaughlin Group | R (World) 2/27 5:30pm

4:00

11:30

Spark | q | San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Creative Growth Art Center, Lorraine Hansberry Theatre, ODC. | R (9/HD) 2/26 5:30am

4:30

Hometime | H | Stone Cottage— Finishing the Trim.

This Week in Northern California | q | HD | R (World) 2/27 6pm

4:30

5:00

This Old House | H | HD |

Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | HD | R (9/HD) 2/28 7:30pm; (Life) 2/27 5:30pm

10:00

Saturday 26

5:30

Ask This Old House | H | HD |

6:00

Good Evening Ev’rybody: In Celebration of Louis Armstrong presents rare concert footage of Louis Armstrong and other musical greats at the 1970 Newport Jazz Festival. | HD |

7:00

Shirley Temple: America’s Little Darling The magic of Shirley Temple comes through in this documentary, which not only examines the actress’s career, but also brings insight to how a golden-haired tyke could somehow soothe a nation and a world. | R (9/HD) 2/27 1am, 2/28 9pm

E arly mid

Charlie Rose | H | R (9/HD) 2/28 noon; (World) 2/26 2am

1:00am Nightly Business Report | HD | R (World) 2/26 5:30am 1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule. 6:00am The McLaughlin Group | H | R (9/HD) 2/27 3:30pm; (World) 2/26 11am & 6pm, 2/27 10am, 1pm, & 5:30pm 6:30

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Roadtrip Nation | q | #609. The team meets an a capella musical director and musician, an inventor and futurist, and a sailor. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/27 mid; (Life) 2/27 2:30pm

8:00

1:30-6amRepeats the previous night’s 7:30pm to midnight schedule. Ev e n i n g

This Week in Northern California | q | HD | R (9/HD) 2/27 4pm; (World) 2/26 9:30am & 7pm, 2/27 1am, 11am, & 6pm

Washington Week | HD | R (World) 2/26 9am & 6:30pm, 2/27 10:30am & 4:30pm

afternoon Assassination of Abraham Lincoln: American Experience | HD | RR 2/21 10:30pm

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America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Meat and Potatoes for Company. | HD |

5:30

The Fillmore This installment of KQED’s acclaimed Neighborhoods series chronicles the rise and fall of San Francisco’s premiere Black community.

7:00

Pioneers of Television Sitcoms. | HD | | RR 2/22 9pm | R (9/HD) 2/28 1am

E ve n i n g

9:00

Masterpiece Classic | H | Any Human Heart, Part 3 of 3. | HD | RR 2/13 9pm | R (9/HD) 2/28 3am

10:30

Jack Benny: Comedy in Bloom | RR 2/22 8pm | R (9/HD) 2/28 4:30am

11:30

ImageMakers | q | Life Is Full of Surprises. | HD | R (9/HD) 2/28 5:30am

Monday 28 Ea r ly mid

Austin City Limits Allen Toussaint. | HD |

1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. Ev e n i n g 7:30pm Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies | HD | 8:00

Antiques Roadshow | H | Des Moines, Hour 3 of 3. | HD | R (9/HD) 11pm

9:00

Shirley Temple: America’s Little Darling | RR 2/26 7pm

10:00

Triangle Fire: American Experience | H | reveals how public outrage following a deadly factory fire in 1911 led to workplace safety laws. | HD |

11:00

Antiques Roadshow Des Moines, Hour 3 of 3. | HD |

Weekday Daytime Schedule on KQED 9 Comcast 9 & 709, Digital 9.1, 25.1, & 54.2

Monday–Friday 6am-7:30pm Mo r ning 6:00 Mon–Fri 6:30 Mon–Fri 7:00 Mon–Fri 7:30 Mon–Fri 8:00 Mon–Fri 8:30 Mon–Fri 9:00 Mon–Fri 9:30 Mon–Fri 10:00 Mon–Fri

11:00 Mon–Fri 11:30 Mon–Fri Aft e rnoon noon Mon–Fri 1:00 Mon–Thu Fri 1:30 Mon–Thu Fri 2:00 Mon–Fri 2:30 Mon–Fri 3:00 Mon–Fri 4:00 Mon–Fri 4:30 Mon–Fri 5:00 Mon–Fri

Clifford the Big Red Dog Sid the Science Kid Raggs | D | Caillou Curious George | D | The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Super Why! Dinosaur Train Sesame Street (except Thu 2/10 Colonial Williamsburg Fieldtrips) WordWorld Caillou

Charlie Rose America’s Test Kitchen Check, Please! Bay Area Julia Child Healing Quest Tavis Smiley BBC World News PBS NewsHour The Electric Company Wild Kratts The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! BBC World News

5:30 Mon–Fri E ar ly E vening 6:00 Mon–Fri PBS NewsHour 7:00 Mon–Fri Nightly Business Report

More Quality Programming

Comcast 10, Digital 9.2 Brilliantly British comedies, mysteries, and dramas as well as local news and information programs from KTEH San Jose.

KQED.org

8:00pm Nature Clash: Encounters of Bears and Wolves. Strengths are tested and risks weighed when two great predators come face-to-face in Yellowstone. | D | HD | R (9/HD) 2/28 2am

As a prolific songwriter and producer David Foster has generated some of the world’s best-known popular music and collaborated with a veritable “who’s who” of superstars. This follow-up concert to the 2008 Great Performances Hitman: David Foster and Friends is an all-star celebration featuring even more chart-topping stars and music from the 14-time Grammy Award–winner’s extensive career catalog.

KQED Public Radio

5:00

Great Performances: The Hitman Returns: David Foster and Friends

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Masterpiece Classic: Emma In this fiercely funny new version of the Jane Austen novel, rich, beautiful, and hopelessly self-deluded Emma Woodhouse (Romola Garai, pictured) can’t help meddling in the romantic life of others while neglecting her own. When the decidedly less privileged Harriet Smith arrives, Emma meddles with fate to find her a match until her flawless intuition is called into question. Emma nonetheless continues to cheerfully contemplate superior men— and meets one of her own in the handsome, gleaming Frank Churchill. But after being so busy managing everyone else’s heart, does Emma know her own? The first of three parts airs Wednesday, February 2, at 8pm on KTEH. Visit kteh.org/dtv for a complete KTEH broadcast schedule.

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Monday–Friday

Monday–Friday

M or n i n g 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 Passport to Adventure 10:30 Travelscope 11:00 California’s Gold 11:30 Baking with Julia

Mo r ning

Eve ry Morning 5:00 The Electric Company 5:30 Wild Kratts 6:00 Zula Patrol 6:30 Maya and Miguel 7:00 Curiosity Quest 7:30 The Electric Company 8:00 Angelina Ballerina 8:30 Anne of Green Gables—Animated Series 9:00 Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman 9:30 Clifford’s Puppy Days 10:00 Raggs 10:30 Between the Lions 11:00 Martha Speaks 11:30 Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman

Afte rn o o n / e v e n i n g noon Tommy Tang’s Thai 12:30 Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen 1:00 Los Niños en Su Casa 1:30 A Place of Our Own 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) Performing Arts/Special Presentations (Tue–Fri) Repeats of KQED 9 Prime-Time Programming Saturday Evening 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:30 11:00

Music Specials Austin City Limits Masterpiece ImageMakers Specials

Sunday Evening 7-11 Prime-Time Specials

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7:00

Best of World (Science, Nature, History, Public Affairs)

Aft e r noon/evening 1:00 BBC World News (Live) 1:30 Tavis Smiley 2:00 NHK Newsline 2:30 Journal 3:00 BBC World News (Live) 3:30 Nightly Business Report (Live) 4:00 PBS NewsHour (Live) 5:00 BBC News 5:30 PBS NewsHour 6:30 Tavis Smiley 7:00 PBS NewsHour pr i me- t im e 8:00 Charlie Rose (Live) 9:00 (Mon–Fri) BBC World News (Live) 9:30 (Mon–Fri) Tavis Smiley 10:00 PBS NewsHour 11:00 NHK Newsline 11:30 Nightly Business Report The complete World channel schedule is available online. kqed.org/tv

E very Aft ernoon noon WordGirl 12:30 Arthur 1:00 Clifford’s Puppy Days 1:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 2:00 Martha Speaks 2:30 Between the Lions 3:00 Wild Kratts 3:30 Arthur 4:00 Anne of Green Gables—Animated Series 4:30 Angelina Ballerina 5:00 WordGirl 5:30 Cyberchase Eve ry E vening 6:00 Curiosity Quest 6:30 The Electric Company 7:00 Wild Kratts 7:30 Martha Speaks 8:00 Arthur 8:30 Maya and Miguel 9:00 WordGirl 9:30 Cyberchase 10:00 Curiosity Quest 10:30 Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman 11:00 The Electric Company 11:30 Wild Kratts

The complete and overnight Kids channel schedules are available online. kqed.org/tv

February 2011- KQED Guide  

KQED's member magazine for February 2011

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