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Member Magazine

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KQED Perks

All summer long, KQED and AAA are partnering with fun places around the Bay Area to offer savings and benefits to your entire family. Just show your KQED MemberCard during the specified weeks and receive special discounts. If you need a MemberCard, call Member Services at 415.553.2150 or send an email to member@kqed.org and we’ll send you one. A complete Summer Fun Adventures schedule will be posted at kqed.org/fun by June 11, 2012. June 11–17 Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose 180 Woz Way, San Jose 408.298.5437

Show your KQED MemberCard for $1 off each admission. Board the Birdwell Island ferry and journey to the world of Clifford™, America’s beloved big red dog with a heart to match. Inspired by the PBS KIDS series Clifford the Big Red Dog, the exhibit offers paws-on adventures for young children. Clifford will make appearances throughout the summer. Schedule details are at cdm.org.

June 19–24 San Francisco’s Conservatory of Flowers 100 John F. Kennedy Dr. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco 415.831.2090

Show your KQED MemberCard for 1 free kids admission (ages 5–11; kids 4 and under get in free) with each paying adult. Step way back in time as the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park transports visitors to a real-life land of the lost. Its newest exhibit, Plantosaurus Rex, is a living paradise of prehistoric plants with models of the dinosaurs that roamed the earth millions of years ago. On view through October 21, 2012. More information at conservatoryofflowers.org.

June 25–July 1 Asian Art Museum 200 Larkin St., San Francisco 415.581.3500

Show your KQED MemberCard for $2 off an adult admission ticket to the Phantoms of Asia exhibition (normally $12). Life. Death. The cosmos. What’s it all about? In Phantoms of Asia: Contemporary Awakens the Past, bold new art — along with objects from the museum’s own renowned collection — explores spirits, spirituality, cosmic order and the afterlife. More details at asianart.org/phantoms.

Make Father’s Day Memorable

Find a searchable list of all KQED member discounts online at kqed.org/perks. Or download the free iPhone app from iTunes (kqed.org/iphone).

Send your favorite dad to the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix/MotoGP World Championship on Sunday, July 29, 2012, at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey. The Grand Prix starts at 2pm with racing and activities throughout the day. KQED members who buy one general admission ticket get a second ticket for half price (limit two tickets). Offer good for KQED members only. Purchases must be made June 11 through June 22, 2012, only. To take advantage of this deal, call Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca — June 11 through June 22 — at 800.327.7322 and provide your KQED member number.

Photos: (top to bottom) Adventures with Clifford the Big Red Dog was created by Minnesota Children’s Museum together with Scholastic Entertainment, ©2010 Scholastic Entertainment Inc.; courtesy San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers; Poklong Anading, Anonymity, 2008-2011 (ongoing project). ©Poklong Anading, 2011, courtesy Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill, Graz, Austria; courtesy Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.


California State of Mind

Photos: (top to bottom) President John F. Kennedy and Governor Pat Brown during the dedication of the Whiskeytown Dam and Reservoir, San Francisco Library, Historical Photo Collection; filmmaker Sascha Rice, courtesy Elliot Schackne; Governor Pat Brown and his son Governor Jerry Brown, February 1981, Sacramento Bee/Michael Williamson, ©Sacramento Bee/ZUMApress.com.

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California State of Mind: The Legacy of Pat Brown premieres Monday, June 25, at 9pm on KQED 9.

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California has long been a symbol of the American Dream, and the dynamic new documentary California State of Mind: The Legacy of Pat Brown tells an exciting tale of the West as it follows the journey of a man overcoming seemingly insurmountable obstacles to shape the future of modern California. Seven years in the making, the film takes on even greater significance now that his son, Jerry Brown, is governor of California — again. This premiere account of Governor Edmund G. “Pat” Brown’s life is told by his granddaughter, award-winning director Sascha Rice, who provides an inside look into political power and a family dynasty called by some “the West Coast Kennedys.” Grounded in rich archival footage, the film includes a treasure trove of photographs and never-before-seen home movies. But the film is much more than an examination of the past; it invites us to think about pressing social problems with Pat Brown’s special brand of can-do optimism. Sascha Rice explains: “Fifty years later and at the beginning of a new century, California faces many of the same critical issues Pat Brown did when he was governor. Infrastructure is under great stress and neglected. Freeways and roads are congested and crumbling. Universities and the public school system are overcrowded and the quality deteriorating. Water and other environmental resources are shrinking as demand increases and pollution spreads. It’s hard not to feel powerless in the face of such big problems. “The process of making this film has been a fantastic journey to discover how my grandfather built a ‘super state,’ and along the way I uncovered insights into politics, our family and my role in the legacy. My grandfather was an eternal optimist, and he saw California as the pinnacle of the American Dream. While I wrestle with this inherited optimism, my aim is to engage people in history and to inspire particularly youth to be leaders and become involved in their communities around issues of thoughtful growth and the environment.”

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In the turbulent 1960s, an ordinary man rose to face extraordinary challenges.

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“ Government can’t, of course, lift up everybody — we can’t get rid of death, sickness, hatred and worry, bigotry, or any of these things that have existed. But we can provide people with the opportunity; we can equalize the opportunity.”

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We Ask You: What’s Government For? As the presidential race heats up, KQED News wants to know what you think. What do you want your taxes spent on? What do you expect from your elected officials? We invite you to join the conversation. There are several ways you can share your ideas and opinions: • Email us at community@kqed.org • Comment in the online forums at KQEDnews.org and KQED.org/election • Post a comment on Facebook at Facebook.com/kqednews • Tweet us @KQEDnews

Public spending, regulation, the social safety net . . . when it comes to the role of government, we have some deep philosophical differences. Too often we talk past each other. And the shock jocks turn the talking into shouting. It’s high time we moved from diatribe to dialogue.

Summer Arts Festival

Watch new arts programming all summer long. Fridays at 9pm on KQED 9 beginning June 29.

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From a behind-the-scenes profile of actor-playwright John Leguizamo to a look at priceless museum collections and a historic concert by four Cuban music greats, the PBS Arts Summer Festival offers an in-depth look at music, theater, art, architecture and cultural history from across the country and around the world. Award-winning television, film and stage actor Anna Deavere Smith is your weekly host for the festival,

which kicks off on Friday, June 29, with Mariachi High, a film following a year in the life of the champion mariachi ensemble of Zapata High School. This group of teenagers from a small town on the Rio Grande in south Texas, in a part of America that rarely makes headlines, will inspire, surprise and bring you to your feet with their astonishing musical virtuosity and the music they make.

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 June 11, 2012,

to be entered to win The Complete National Geographic — every issue since 1888 on six DVD-ROMs — plus The Photographers, a stunning book providing an inside look at the magazine’s award-winning photographers. For a chance to win even more cool prizes, visit “The Giveaway” (kqed.org/ giveaway) and check out the latest contest.

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Expanding the scope and diversity of the arts on television.


New series from The California Report explores the impact of early childhood education.

What have you heard from the families and educators you’ve interviewed? Many middle-class parents feel like they don’t have good options because their income doesn’t qualify them for state programs, yet they can’t pay for highquality private pre-K programs. Experts say the average parent spends about $7,000 a year on preschool — that is more than average tuition costs at a California state university. This leads many parents to rely on cheaper, unlicensed childcare/development providers. Others rely on relatives or nannies who may not be able to provide an educationally rich environment. Meanwhile, educators agree reforms are needed because there are no standards and accountability within California’s early childhood education system for children 0 through 5 years old.

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Photos: Courtesy Ana Tintocalis/KQED.

Listen to The California Report weekdays at 5:50, 6:50 and 8:50am on KQED 88.5 FM and online at KQED.org/listen.

What inspired the series’ creation? The national debate about education reform has shifted in recent years to focus on the early grades in public schools. Experts say if a child doesn’t reach reading and math proficiency by the third grade, they will most likely fall behind and stay behind in school for the rest of their academic career. However, there is a lack of quality, in-depth reporting about California’s early childhood education system. The “Baby Steps” series will demystify the system by focusing on how curriculum is changing in the early grades, how federal reforms are prompting statewide change, how budget cuts threaten the promise of early learning, and parents’ experiences as they navigate this massive and complicated system.

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Find more information about Baby Steps at californiareport.org/ specialcoverage.

What can we learn from the series? Through interviews with parents, educators, children and experts, we’ll uncover why an early childhood education could help to close the academic achievement gap in California, curb the high school dropout rate, reduce the amount of money spent on remediation, and help more people secure jobs or enter college. The first part of the “Baby Steps” series was broadcast on April 11, 2012, and focused on the promise and politics of transitional kindergarten. Supporters say a two-year kindergarten experience is now needed to prevent more children from failing in school.

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Inside a transitional kindergarten classroom.

Tell us a little more about “Baby Steps” and what it covers. The series will attempt to explain why early childhood education (child care to third grade) is important, what kind of programs and system currently exist in California, how new and prospective parents are attempting to navigate that system, and what changes are needed to improve quality and access. We’ve developed an online “Early Education Guide” and a special section on The California Report’s website (californiareport.org/specialcoverage) to help listeners track the stories and data and to put essential visual information at their fingertips.

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Can an emphasis on early education help close the achievement gap in California? Would fewer children fail in school if they started their education with two years of kindergarten? KQED education reporter Ana Tintocalis is exploring those questions and others in Baby Steps: California’s Early Learning Challenge, a yearlong occasional radio series and multimedia project for KQED Public Radio’s The California Report. Ana answered a few questions about the series, her reporting and what she’s learned so far.

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California’s Early Learning Challenge

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You Like Us, You Really Really Like Us! Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Pinterest. The words didn’t even exist in our lexicon a decade ago. Now everyone from your cousin to your neighbor to the president of the United States uses at least one of them. KQED is no exception, and there’s a good reason — it’s a great way to keep our members posted on daily happenings and have some fun along the way.

Beginning June 6, we’ll be sharing videos from our archives and beyond. Whether it’s Paul Simon singing the Sesame Street theme or James Baldwin speaking about his 1963 visit to San Francisco or a preview of an upcoming program, there’ll be something for everyone.

Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and post comments so we know how we’re doing.

2011 Member Raffle Winners Congratulations to the winners of the KQED Member Raffle 2011. Among the major prizes awarded were $25,000 in cash and trips to India, Tahiti, Hawaii, Peru, New Zealand, Canada and Italy. There is still time to enter the KQED Member Raffle 2012. See this year’s exciting prizes and the complete rules now at kqed.org/raffle or wait and get details in next month’s On Q. No contribution is necessary to enter or win.

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Honoring Local Heroes and Celebrating LGBT Pride

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Members Picks “ We’re devotees of almost anything British.To that end, we’d love to see more (even reruns) of Outnumbered, Ballykissangel, Larkrise to Candleford, Foyle’s War, Midsummer Murders and As Time Goes By.” — Ge n e M., South sa n fran cisco

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Each year, as part of Heritage Month celebrations, KQED recognizes local heroes who’ve demonstrated leadership and a strong commitment to community service — individuals making a difference. To learn more about the amazing work of the 2012 honorees, join us for our LGBT Pride Celebration airing Sunday, June 24, at 6pm, on KQED 9.

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Photo: Shanti Project retreat at Wildwood Resort, Anonymous.

The new Independent Lens documentary “We Were Here” airs Thursday, June 14, at 10pm on KQED 9.

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KQED’s annual LGBT Pride Month television and radio program guide with a list of community resources is available at kqed.org/heritage.

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† Saturday, June 2, 3pm State of Marrage; Saturday, June 9, 3pm Climate One; Saturday, June 16, 3pm The Computer History Museum Presents; Saturday, June 23, 3pm Intelligence Squared; Sunday, June 24, 3pm The Rise of the Islamists; Saturday, June 30, 3pm Churchill Club


Radiolab Beginning in 2012, Radiolab is transitioning to a 13-week-long season, from May to July. KQED will air 10 new shows, plus three encores to round out the season.

Escape Saturday, June 9, 1pm and Wednesday, June 13 at 8pm The walls are closing in, you’ve got no way out . . . and then, suddenly, you escape! This hour, hear stories about traps, getaways, perpetual cycles and staggering breakthroughs. Guts Saturday, June 16, 1pm and Wednesday, June 20, 8pm This hour Radiolab dives into the messy mystery in the middle of us. What’s going on down there?

Ghost Stories Saturday, June 30, 1pm and Wednesday, July 4, 8pm Ghosts, ghouls, shades from the past — in this episode of Radiolab, real-life people try to pin down, and make peace with, mysterious figures that haunt them, prod them and fade out of existence. Climate One — From the Commonwealth Club Speaking Youth to Power Saturday, June 9, 3pm* *Pre-empts the BBC World Service Three college students discuss how they got involved with environmental issues at a young age and what they are doing now to urge people in power to protect resources

The Computer History Museum Presents Doing Well by Doing Good: A Conversation with Matthew Flannery and John Wood, moderated by KQED’s Dave Iverson Saturday, June 16, 3pm* *Pre-empts the BBC World Service Join an inspiring, educational and thoughtprovoking conversation with two leading social entrepreneurs, Kiva founder Matt Flannery and Room to Read founder John Wood. Intelligence Squared U.S. Ban College Football Thursday, June 21, 8pm and Saturday, June 23, 3pm* *Pre-empts the BBC World Service Corruption and a growing concern about head injuries have put college football in the spotlight. Are football programs’ millions in profits exploitation? Or are they still a celebration of amateur sport? Does football’s inherent danger and violence have any place in institutions of higher learning? Or does it provide young men with educational opportunities they would not otherwise have? For the motion: Buzz Bissinger, Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and author of Friday Night Lights; Malcolm Gladwell, The New Yorker staff writer and author of The Tipping Point. Against the motion: Tim Green, former NFL defensive end and football broadcaster; Jason Whitlock, FOXSports.com national columnist.** Moderator: John Donvan, a correspondent for ABC News Nightline. **Panelists subject to change.

A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor Saturdays, 6pm and Sundays, 11am Selected Shorts Saturdays, 8pm 6/2 Our Own Madness “Adults Alone,” by A.M. Homes, read by Christina Pickles; “The Knocking,” by David Means, read by Isaiah Sheffer. 6/9 Great Expectations “An Amateurs Guide to the Night,” by Mary Robison, read by Patricia Kalember; “Learn a Trade,” by John Updike, read by James Naughton; “Pride and Joy,” by Etgar Keret, read by Robert Sean Leonard. 6/16 What the Blind Can See “Household,” by Yasunari Kawabata, read by Fionnula Flanagan; “Things We Knew When the House Caught Fire,” by David Drury, read by Keith Szarabajka. 6/23 Mysteries and Wonders “The Schartz Metterklume Method,” by Saki, read by Marian Seldes; “Berkeley or Mariana of the Universe,” by Liliana Heker, read by Hope Davis; “Cultural Relativity,” by Charles Johnson, read by Regina King; “New York Day Women,” by Edwidge Danticat, read by Laurine Towler. 6/30 TBA City Arts & Lectures Sundays, 1pm, Tuesdays, 8pm and Wednesdays, 2am 6/3, 6/5 & 6/6 Slavoj Zizek, a philosopher and cultural critic working in the traditions of Hegelianism, Marxism and Lacanian psychoanalysis. 6/10, 6/12 & 6/13 Author Robert Louv. 6/17, 6/19 & 6/20 Robert Reich, political economist, professor, author and political commentator. 6/24, 6/26 & 6/27 Author, conservationist and activist Terry Tempest Williams.

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America Abroad The Rise of the Islamists Sunday, June 24, 3pm* *Pre-empts the BBC World Service Across the Arab world, the new power brokers are Islamist movements with a sweeping electoral mandate. After a century underground and decades of repression by secular rulers, they now have the opportunity to transform the region’s politics and culture. But it’s still not clear, even in their home countries, what the Islamists want to do with

Churchill Club Vision for a New Energy Future: A Candid Conversation with Peter Voser, CEO of Shell Thursday, June 28, 8pm and Saturday, June 30, 3pm* *Pre-empts the BBC World Service Join us for this rare chance to hear Peter Voser, CEO of a company that over the past four decades has invested billions of dollars into scenario planning, research and deep thinking about the energy of the future. In conversation with Forbes publisher Rich Karlgaard.

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When Brains Attack! Saturday, June 23, 1pm and Wednesday, June 27, 8pm Hear strange stories of brains that lead their owners astray, knock them off balance and, sometimes, propel them to do amazing things.

Hearing Voices Stories of Transformation: Character and Change Thursday, June 14, 8pm Jay Allison hosts this program featuring two audio diaries of people documenting their own personal transformations.

their power, how they will pursue their plans, what their rule will mean for other Arabs and Muslims who do not share their views, and how these changes will impact relations between Arab countries and the world around them. This episode of America Abroad takes you through Egypt and North Africa for a tour of Islamist groups, their leaders, their rivals and the shifting politics and culture of the Middle East.

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The Bad Show Saturday, June 2, 1pm and Wednesday, June 6, 8pm Cruelty, violence, badness. This episode of Radiolab wrestles with the dark side of human nature and asks whether it’s something we can ever really understand — or fully escape.

for future generations. Audience participation includes questions from students at several Bay Area high and middle schools. Join the conversation with Middlebury College student Abigail Borah, Contra Costa College student Tania Pulido and Stanford undergrad Adarsha Shivakumar.

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States of Marriage: The Debate Over Gay Rights Saturday, June 2, 3pm* and Thursday, June 7, 8pm *Pre-empts the BBC World Service This hour-long news documentary examines the last decade of significant change in marriage rights for same-sex couples. It covers the politics, legalities and advocacy efforts in various states, with particular attention on Vermont, Massachusetts, California, Iowa and Maine.

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Public Television 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 10, visit customer.comcast.com/help-and-support and click on “Get Channel Listings.”

Friday Night Movies on KQED 9 June 15 Bullitt (1968) (pictured) June 22 Key Largo (1948)

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Il Volo Takes Flight Italian teen vocal group Il Volo captivates a live audience at the Detroit Opera House. | R (9) 3:30am, 6/2 9am, 6/3 1pm, 6/5 7:30pm, 6/6 1:30am

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Brain Fitness 2: Sight and Sound. Learn how to get the most from your senses as you age. | R (9) 6/2 1:30pm, 6/7 2:30pm

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Shelter Me features uplifting stories about shelter pets and their new homes. | R (+) 6/19 10:38pm, 6/20 4:38am

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The Search for Sherlock Holmes Actor David Hayman uncovers the secret to the famous fictional detective’s lasting popularity.

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7am

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Dr. Wayne Dyer — Wishes Fulfilled | s | Dr. Wayne Dyer presents the five steps to living from your “highest self” and thereby attracting your deepest desires. | R (9) 2:30pm, 6/3 6am, 6/5 9pm, 6/6 3am, 6/9 8:30pm, 6/10 2:30am

5pm

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Big Band Vocalists | s |

KQED 9

Under the Streetlamp | H | s | Cast members of The Jersey Boys deliver the sounds of the 1960s in an electrifying evening of unforgettable hits. | R (+) 6/6 10:30pm, 6/7 4:30am

EVENING

2:30-5:30 KQED 9

Dr. Wayne Dyer — Wishes Fulfilled | s | presents the five steps to living from your “highest self” and thereby attracting your deepest desires. | R (9) 6/3 6am, 6/5 9pm, 6/6 3am, 6/9 8:30pm, 6/10 2:30am 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) 6/6 9pm, 6/7 3am & 1pm; (+) 6/3 7pm, 6/4 1am, 6/5 9pm, 6/6 3am

7:30

KQED 9

Kathy Smith’s Ageless Energy | H | s | redefines the concept of fitness for women and men 50 and older, in both inspirational and practical terms. | R (+) 6/3 3:30pm, 6/5 10:30pm, 6/6 4:30am

5:30

9am

KQED 9

Il Volo Takes Flight | s | | R (9) 6/3 1pm, 6/5 7:30pm, 6/6 1:30am

7pm

KQED 9

British Beat (My Music) | s | features rare, full-length archival performance films mixed with new live performances recorded throughout the United Kingdom. | R (9) 9pm, 6/3 1am, 3am & 9:30pm, 6/6 1pm, 6/9 5pm

KQED +

Magic Moments — The Best of ’50s Pop (My Music) | s | A cavalcade of 1950s pop music recording legends, including Debbie Reynolds, Patti Page, the Crew Cuts and Don Cherry, perform their biggest hits. | R (+) 6/3 1am, 9am & 5pm, 6/4 7pm, 6/5 1am, 6/8 10pm, 6/9 4am & 5pm

9pm

KQED 9

British Beat (My Music) | s | R (9) 6/3 1am, 3am & 9:30pm, 6/6 1pm, 6/9 5pm

KQED +

3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman, M.D. | s | R (+) 6/3 3am, 6/5 7pm, 6/6 1am

10am KQED +

10:30 KQED 9

3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman, M.D. | s | offers a healthy, effective and scientifically proven plan for shedding weight quickly and reclaiming the vitality and good health we all deserve. | R (+) 9pm, 6/3 3am, 6/5 7pm, 6/6 1am Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | | R (9) 6/6 9pm, 6/7 3am & 1pm; (+) 3:30pm, 6/3 7pm, 6/4 1am, 6/5 9pm, 6/6 3am

Aft er noon noon KQED 9

QUEST | q | Fatal Attraction: Birds and Wind Turbines/Fur Seal Pup Rescue. Discover what’s being done to bird-proof Bay Area wind farms that put golden eagles and other birds in peril. | R (9) 6/2 4:30am ImageMakers | q | Mind Benders includes the films Colour Bleed, West of the Moon and The Eggbreakers. | R (9) 6/2 5am; (+) 6/21 10:30pm, 6/22 4:30am

Ed Slott’s Retirement Rescue! | s | is a powerful call to action for American consumers concerned about their retirement.

KQED +

America’s Generations with Chuck Underwood | H | s | helps us understand the differences among the five living American generations (with special emphasis on the baby boomers, gen Xers and the millennials) and how that plays out for government, consumers and families. Under the Streetlamp | H | s | Cast members of the Tony Award–winning smash hit The Jersey Boys (the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons) deliver the sounds of the 1960s in an electrifying evening of unforgettable hits. | R (9) 5:30pm; (+) 6/6 10:30pm, 6/7 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

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Quest: Beyond the Stars | H | s | Stunning images from the Hubble telescope and other NASA archives are used as a backdrop to classical pieces inspired by the cosmos. The music is performed by Quest, an instrumental orchestra ensemble from across Europe. | R (9) 6/3 5am, 6/4 11pm, 6/5 5am Globe Trekker| H | s | Globe Trekker Food Hour: Morocco. | D | R (+) 6/3 5am

KQED.org

11:30 KQED 9

Big Band Vocalists | s | looks back at the best “crooners” and “canaries” of the 1940s, featuring the greatest vocalists of the period when they started their careers performing with orchestras and dance bands. Hosted by Nick Clooney and Peter Marshall. | R (+) 6/2 4am & 5pm

KQED +

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

Photo: Midsomer Murders stars John Nettles as Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby, All3Media International.

KQED 9

KQED Public Television

8:30

KQED + Midsomer Murders | H | s | #501 Tainted Fruit, Part 1. At the center of Midsomer Murders investigations is Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby, played by actor John Nettles (pictured). | R (+) 6/2 2am

Brain Fitness 2: Sight and Sound | s | R (9) 6/7 2:30pm

12:30 KQED +

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KQED 9

KQED Public Radio

New episodes of Midsomer Murders air this month on KQED Plus.

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Revolutionaries The Facebook Effect. Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, is in conversation with author David Kirkpatrick and NPR’s Guy Raz.

KQED +

Zoboomafoo | D

6:30

KQED +

Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED +

Use Your Brain to Change Your Age with Dr. Daniel Amen | s | shares simple steps to boost your brain and help you live longer and look younger. | R (9) 6/4 1pm, 6/8 8:30pm, 6/9 2:30am

9am

KQED 9

Suze Orman’s Money Class | s | reveals Suze’s expert take on the actions people need to take in light of the new economy. | R (9) 6/5 1pm

KQED +

Magic Moments — The Best of ’50s Pop (My Music) | s | | R (+) 5pm, 6/4 7pm, 6/5 1am, 6/8 10pm, 6/9 4am & 5pm

KQED +

KQED 9

Israel Inside | H | s | explores the birth, growth and influence of much of the innovation taking place in Israel, through the eyes of its everyday citizens.

3:30

KQED +

Kathy Smith’s Ageless Energy | H | s | redefines the concept of fitness for women and men 50 and older, in both inspirational and practical terms. | R (+) 6/5 10:30pm, 6/6 4:30am

Dr. Wayne Dyer — Wishes Fulfilled | H | s | R (9) 6/5 9pm, 6/6 3am, 6/9 8:30pm, 6/10 2:30am

11am KQED 9

2:30

Austin City Limits The National/Band of Horses. Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

Rick Steves’ Hidden Europe | s | This thrilling special reveals a dozen of Steves’ favorite overlooked European destinations. Road to Perfect Health with Brenda Watson | s | shows us how all health ailments can be linked to an imbalance in the digestive system. | R (+) 10pm, 6/4 4am

4pm-9:30pm KQED 9

5pm

KQED +

12

KQED 9

Il Volo Takes Flight | s | | R (9) 6/5 7:30pm, 6/6 1:30am

KQED +

Easy Yoga for Easing Pain | s | Peggy Cappy focuses on easing pain through yoga.

Downton Abbey, Season 2 Marathon | s | Watch it again or get hooked for the first time. The Emmy Award–winning series features an all-star cast, including Hugh Bonneville, Dame Maggie Smith and Elizabeth McGovern. | R (9) 6/4 mid Magic Moments — The Best of ’50s Pop (My Music) | s | | R (+) 6/4 7pm, 6/5 1am, 6/8 10pm, 6/9 4am & 5pm

E V E NI NG 7pm

KQED +

Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | | R (9) 6/6 9pm, 6/7 3am & 1pm; (+) 6/4 1am, 6/5 9pm, 6/6 3am

8:30

KQED +

Sinatra Sings | s | Narrated by his daughter Tina Sinatra, this program captures Frank Sinatra at his irresistible best with unforgettable performances. | R (+) 6/4 2:30am

9:30

KQED 9

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Downton Abbey, Season 2 Marathon Moyers & Company Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. ImageMakers | q | Marriage is a Sentence. | R (+) 6/25 11:30pm, 6/26 5:30am See page 21 for program schedule.

EVEN I NG 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/5 1am

KQED +

Magic Moments — The Best of ’50s Pop (My Music) | H | | s | R (+) 6/5 1am, 6/8 10pm, 6/9 4am & 5pm

7:30

KQED 9

Quantum Activist | H | s | This program bridges the gap between science and religion, presenting the ideas and work of Amit Goswami, Ph.D. | R (9) 6/5 1:30am, 6/7 9:30pm, 6/8 3:30am & 1pm, 6/9 3pm; (+) 6/6 8:30pm, 6/7 2:30am

9pm

KQED +

Alfie Boe: Live from the Royal Festival Hall, London | H | s | Filmed live during Alfie Boe’s sold-out tour, the much-loved tenor and star of Les Miserables showcases his mesmerizing voice. | R (9) 6/12 9pm, 6/13 3am; (+) 6/5 3am, 6/9 7pm, 6/10 1am

9:30

KQED 9

Il Divo: Live in London | s | The operatic pop group Il Divo performs hits and new material at an intimate concert. | R (9) 6/5 3:30am, 6/9 7pm, 6/10 1am; (+) 6/6 7pm, 6/7 1am, 6/9 8:30pm, 6/10 2:30am

British Beat (My Music) | s | R (9) 6/6 1pm, 6/9 5pm

10pm KQED +

Road to Perfect Health with Brenda Watson | H | s | R (+) 6/4 4am

10:30 KQED +

11:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Marriage is a Sentence. | R (9) 6/4 5:30am; (+) 6/25 11:30pm, 6/26 5:30am

Secrets of Longevity with Dr. Joseph Maroon | s | | R (+) 6/5 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

Quest: Beyond the Stars | R (9) 6/5 5am

A ftern oon 1pm

Secrets of Longevity with Dr. Joseph Maroon | H | s | The neurosurgeon and bestselling author explains how to unlock the power of our genes to enable a long healthy life. | R (+) 6/4 10:30pm, 6/5 4:30am

Photos: (l. to r.) The housemaids of Downton Abbey: Shown from l. to r., Joanne Frogatt as Anna Smith and Amy Nuttall as Ethel, courtesy 2011 Carnival Film and Television Limited for MASTERPIECE; Dame Maggie Smith as the Dowager Countess, courtesy ©Carnival Film & Television Limited 2011 for MASTERPIECE.

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

1-6am

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

1-6am

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

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

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/6 1am

KQED +

3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman, M.D. | s | | R (+) 6/6 1am

7:30

KQED 9

9pm-mid KQED 9

10:30 KQED +

7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/8 1am

KQED +

Doc Martin #505 Remember Me. | R (+) 6/8 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Dr. Wayne Dyer — Wishes Fulfilled | s | R (9) 6/6 3am, 6/9 8:30pm, 6/10 2:30am Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | | R (9) 6/6 9pm, 6/7 3am & 1pm; (+) 6/6 3am Kathy Smith’s Ageless Energy | H | s | R (+) 6/6 4:30am

Wednesday 6 mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

1-6am 6am-7pm E V E NI N G KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/7 1am

KQED +

Il Divo: Live in London | s | The operatic pop group performs at an intimate concert. | R (9) 6/9 7pm, 6/10 1am; (+) 6/7 1am, 6/9 8:30pm, 6/10 2:30am

7:30

8:30

9pm

KQED 9

KQED +

KQED 9

KQED +

Quantum Activist | H | s | bridges the gap between science and religion, presenting the ideas and work of Amit Goswami, Ph.D. | R (9) 6/7 9:30pm, 6/8 3:30am & 1pm, 6/9 3pm; (+) 6/7 2:30am

Under the Streetlamp | s | | R (+) 6/7 4:30am

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.

Doc Martin | s | #507 Cats and Sharks. | R (+) 6/8 3am

9:30

KQED 9

Quantum Activist | s | R (9) 6/8 3:30am & 1pm, 6/9 3pm

10pm KQED +

Doc Martin | s | #508 Ever After. | R (+) 6/8 4am

11pm KQED +

Front Row Center | H | Cheap Trick. | R (+) 6/8 5am

11:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Boys and Their Pets. | R (9) 6/8 5:30am

mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

1-6am

6am-7pm

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

After n oo n

See page 21 for program schedule.

E V E NI N G 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/9 1am

KQED +

Agatha Christie’s Poirot | s | #108 The Incredible Theft. | R (+) 6/9 1am

7:30

KQED 9

This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 6/9 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Washington Week | H | | R (9) 6/9 2am

KQED +

Midsomer Murders | H | s | #503 Ring Out Your Dead, Part 1. | R (+) 6/9 2am

8:30

KQED 9

Use Your Brain to Change Your Age with Dr. Daniel Amen | s | shares simple steps to boost your brain and help you live longer and look younger. | R (9) 6/9 2:30am

9pm

KQED +

6am-3pm KQED 9

6am-5pm KQED +

Oscar Hammerstein II — Out of My Dreams | s | | R (9) 6/7 3am & 1pm Chris Isaak Live! Beyond the Sun | s | R (9) 6/7 1:30am & 4:30am

PBS NewsHour

Midsomer Murders | H | s | #504 Ring Out Your Dead, Part 2. | R (+) 6/9 3am

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

3pm

KQED 9

Quantum Activist | s |

5pm

KQED 9

British Beat (My Music) | s |

KQED +

Magic Moments — The Best of ’50s Pop (My Music) | s |

EVE NI N G 7pm

KQED 9

Il Divo: Live in London | H | | s | R (9) 6/10 1am; (+) 8:30pm, 6/10 2:30am

KQED +

Alfie Boe: Live from the Royal Festival Hall, London | s | R (9) 6/12 9pm, 6/13 3am; (+) 6/10 1am

8:30

KQED 9

Dr. Wayne Dyer — Wishes Fulfilled | s | R (9) 6/10 2:30am

KQED +

Il Divo: Live in London | s | R (9) 6/10 1am; (+) 6/10 2:30am

10pm KQED +

Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 6/10 4am

11:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | A Higher Power. | R (9) 6/10 5:30am

KQED.org

10:30 KQED 9

Chris Isaak Live! Beyond the Sun | H | s | Bay Area native Chris Isaak performs tracks from his latest release Beyond the Sun, featuring songs by Sun Records recording artists. | R (9) 10:30pm, 6/7 1:30am & 4:30am

KQED +

1-6am

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

7pm

EARLY

KQED +

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Saturday 9

Trains Around North America | H | s | traces America’s railroad history, telling the unforgettable stories of 17 historic and scenic tourist railroads. | R (9) 6/8 1:30am

9pm

EARLY

Anyone and Everyone tells poignant and often heartbreaking stories of families across the country who have a gay child. | R (9) 6/9 5am

Charlie Rose | H | | R (9) 6/11 noon

Doc Martin | s | #506 Don’t Let Go. | R (+) 6/8 2am

Friday 8

11pm KQED 9

KQED 9

KQED +

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

Need to Know | H | R (9) 6/9 4:30am

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KQED Public Television

9pm KQED +

Il Volo Takes Flight | s | | R (9) 6/6 1:30am

E V E NI N G

Magic Moments — The Best of ’50s Pop (My Music) | s | | R (+) 6/9 4am & 5pm

KQED Public Radio

E V E N IN G

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Revolutionaries | q | Reality Is Broken is a conversation with Dr. Jane McGonigal, author of Games Make Us Better and They Can Change the World.

mid-5:12am KQED 9 KQED +

Austin City Limits The Steve Miller Band/Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

Moyers & Company | H | | R (+) 6/12 7pm, 6/13 1am

1-6am KQED +

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

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

5:12

Downton Abbey: Behind the Drama | s |

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. 6am-4pm KQED 9

6am-mid KQED +

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

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Downton Abbey, Season 2 Marathon | s | R (9) 6/11 mid

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Downton Abbey: Behind the Drama | H | s | Go behind the scenes of the first two seasons of the wildly popular drama, relive pivotal moments and get insights into the characters from actors and writer Julian Fellowes. | R (9) 6/11 5:12am Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

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Downton Abbey, Season 2 Marathon | s |

See page 21 for program schedule.

E V E N IN G 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/12 1am

KQED +

Revolutionaries | q | A Computer Called Watson features Dr. David Ferrucci, IBM fellow and principal investigator of the Watson/Jeopardy project. | R (+) 6/12 1am

New episodes of ImageMakers air on Monday nights in June on KQED 9. 7:30

KQED 9

ImageMakers | H | q | Modern Times includes the short films Das Tub, Watching and Above the Knee. | R (9) 6/12 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow Philadelphia, Hour 2 of 3. | R (9) 6/12 2am

KQED +

The War A Necessary War. This seven-part documentary series, directed and produced by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, explores the history and horror of World War II from an American perspective by following the fortunes of so-called ordinary men and women who become caught up in one of the greatest cataclysms in human history. | D | R (+) 6/12 2am

Every picture tells a story, but in Fake or Fortune? valuable paintings are about to be treated as crime scenes! Premieres tonight at 9pm on KQED 9. 9pm

KQED 9

Fake or Fortune? | H | Monet, Monet, Monet. An art collector tries to get the publishers of the official Monet register to accept his painting. | R (9) 6/12 3am, 6/17 11pm, 6/18 5am

10pm KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow Philadelphia, Hour 1 of 3. | R (9) 6/12 4am

10:30 KQED +

American Road to Victory The Americans on D-Day. Battlefield historian Ellwood von Seibold tours D-Day landings. | D | R (+) 6/12 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

Place to Live: The Story of Triangle Square explores the issue of being a gay senior citizen trying to survive on limited resources in America. | R (9) 6/12 5am

11:30 KQED +

ImageMakers | q | In Sickness and in Health. | R (+) 6/12 5:30am

Tuesday 12 EARLY mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

EVE N IN G 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/13 1am

KQED +

Moyers & Company | R (+) 6/13 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow | s | Roadshow Remembers. | R (9) 6/13 1:30am; (+) 6/30 8pm

Prepare for a rollercoaster ride of emotions following the life-and-death struggle to save irresistibly cute orangutan orphans in Borneo. Beginning tonight at 8pm on KQED Plus. 8pm

KQED +

Orangutan Diary | H | #101. After months of planning, a handful of rescued orangutans are flying to freedom. | R (+) 6/13 2am

8:50

KQED +

Orangutan Diary | H | #102. The team races to save several orangutans at risk. | R (+) 6/13 2:50am

9pm

KQED 9

Alfie Boe: Live from the Royal Festival Hall, London | H | s | The much-loved tenor and star of Les Miserables showcases his mesmerizing voice. | R (9) 6/13 3am

Photo: The War, Belgium, January 1945, courtesy National Archives.

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Ferrets: The Pursuit of Excellence Ohio’s annual Ferret Buckeye Bash is the largest and most popular ferret show in the country. | R (+) 6/13 3:40am

Above Yellowstone This aerial tour of the park showcases the Lamar Valley and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. | R (+) 6/13 4:37am

11pm KQED +

Back to the Garden: Flower Power Comes Full Circle | H | A group of back-to-theland hippies, isolated from mainstream culture, tell their moving stores. | D | R (+) 6/13 5am

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10pm KQED 9

Are You Being Served? #134 The Club. | R (+) 6/14 4am

10:30 KQED +

Mr. Bean #104 Mr. Bean Goes to Town. | R (+) 6/14 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

Out in the Silence A samesex wedding announcement in a small-town newspaper ignites a firestorm of controversy. | D | R (9) 6/14 5am

KQED +

Outnumbered #103. | R (+) 6/14 5am

11:30 KQED +

Outnumbered #104. | R (+) 6/14 5:30am

Thursday 14 EARLY

7:30

KQED 9

QUEST | q | Climate Change Special explores the environmental changes taking place throughout the state and what this may mean for our future. | R (9) 6/14 1:30am & 2pm

KQED +

Rick Steves’ Europe Galicia and the Camino de Santiago. | R (+) 6/14 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Nature Moment of Impact: Hunters and Herds. This landmark two-part series takes an innovative look inside the biomechanics of animals. It begins with focusing on creatures of the savannahs and grasslands. | D | R (9) 6/14 2am, 6/17 11am

KQED +

As Time Goes By #151. | R (+) 6/14 2am

8:30

KQED +

May to December #135 Son of My Father. | R (+) 6/14 2:30am

9pm

KQED 9

Nature Moment of Impact: Jungle looks at the incredible bioengineering of jungle residents. | D | R (9) 6/14 3am

KQED +

Keeping Up Appearances #107 Emmet Arrives. | R (+) 6/14 3am

EARLY Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

1-6am

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.

EVE N IN G 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/16 1am

KQED +

Agatha Christie’s Poirot | s | #109 The King of Clubs. | R (+) 6/16 1am

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #511 Pagolac, Della Santina, Zazie. | R (9) 6/15 1:30am

7:30

KQED 9

This Week in Northern California | H | R (9) 6/16 1:30am, 6/17 4pm

Ask This Old House #922. | R (+) 6/15 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Washington Week | H | R (9) 6/16 2am

KQED +

Midsomer Murders | H | | s | #505 Murder on St. Malley’s Day, Part 1. | R (+) 6/16 2am

8:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #501 Turk & Larkin, Brown Sugar, 2223 Restaurant. | R (9) 6/16 2:30am

9pm

KQED 9

Bullitt (1968) Steve McQueen stars as a San Francisco police detective who won’t let go of a mob corruption case. | R (9) 6/16 3am

KQED +

Midsomer Murders | H | s | #506 Murder on St. Malley’s Day, Part 2. | R (+) 6/16 3am

7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/15 1am

KQED +

Ask This Old House #921. | R (+) 6/15 1am

7:30

KQED 9

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British actor/comedian Tony Robinson (Blackadder) hosts a lively, quirky travelogue through Australia. The six-hour series begins tonight at 8pm on KQED 9. 8pm

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Tony Robinson — Down Under | H | Race to the End of the World. Tony gets an aboriginal perspective on white settlement in Australia. | R (9) 6/15 2am

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New Tricks | H | #801 Old Fossils. | R (+) 6/15 2am

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Tony Robinson — Down Under | H | Against the Odds. The colony started with a bang, but from that point it was a bitter struggle for survival. | R (9) 6/15 2:53am

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Masterpiece Mystery! Foyle’s War, Series V — Plan of Attack. Foyle has resigned as detective, but returns when his replacement is killed outside the station. | R (+) 6/15 3am

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Need to Know | H | R (9) 6/16 5am

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ImageMakers | q | That’s My Boy. | R (9) 6/16 5:30am

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This is Us | q | #213. | R (+) 6/14 1am

Life Before the Lifeboat features intimate conversations between AIDS expert Dr. Paul Volberding and courageous San Francisco leaders from the earliest days of the epidemic. | R (9) 6/15 5:30am

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Front Row Center | H | O.A.R. | R (+) 6/15 5am

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/14 1am

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ImageMakers | q | Color My World. Three short films reveal the diversity and creativity of animation from around the world. | R (9) 6/29 11pm, 6/30 5am; (+) 6/15 4:30am

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Independent Lens | H | We Were Here takes a deep and reflective look at the arrival and impact of AIDS in San Francisco in the early 1980s. | R (9) 6/15 4am

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NOVA Crash of Flight 447. Pilots and safety experts examine how this state-of-theart airliner vanished without a trace. | D | R (9) 6/14 4am

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Last of the Summer Wine #2309 Why Is Barry at an Angle? | R (+) 6/14 3:30am

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Wild Kratts

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Arthur | D

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Caillou | D

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Curious George | D

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Younger Next Year: The New Science of Aging | s | aims to create greater awareness and understanding of health issues, exercise and lifestyle choices that affect aging.

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Austin City Limits Rosanne Cash/Brandi Carlile.

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

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Moyers & Company | H | | R (+) 6/19 7pm, 6/20 1am

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Super Why!

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Dinosaur Train | D

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

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Clifford the Big Red Dog | D | R (+) 6/19 8:30am

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Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

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Nature Moment of Impact: Hunters and Herds. | D

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/19 1am

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Revolutionaries | q | Idea Man features Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, in conversation with journalist Jose Antonio Vargas. | R (+) 6/19 1am

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ImageMakers | H | q | Love Comes Crashing Down includes the films Sorry Destiny, Separations Agency, The Screamers, Crazy Glue and Connection. | R (9) 6/19 1:30am

8pm

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Antiques Roadshow | H | Vintage Phoenix. | R (9) 6/19 2am

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The War When Things Get Tough examines the impenetrable force of the German war machine as they occupied most of Western Europe. | D | R (+) 6/19 2am

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Fake or Fortune? | H | Lost Picture. A fisherman stumbles upon a pile of pictures and learns one is a valuable work by Winslow Homer. | R (9) 6/19 3am, 6/24 11pm, 6/25 5am

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Great Performances at the Met | H | Ernani. Angela Meade takes center stage in Verdi’s thrilling gem. Marcello Giordani is her mismatched lover.

2:30

Not in Our School: Palo Alto Palo Alto’s Not in Our School month has become a model for engaging students in discussion and action against intolerance and bullying. | R (9) 6/29 10pm, 6/30 4am

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Inside Washington | H |

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The McLaughlin Group | H |

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This Week in Northern California | q |

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

5pm

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Moyers & Company | R (+) 6/18 mid, 6/19 7pm, 6/20 1am

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Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories | q | Emile Norman: By His Own Design. Famed artist Emile Norman works through decades of a changing art scene and turbulent times for a gay man in America.

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 6/17 1am

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Revolutionaries | q | Steve Jobs: The Authorized Biography. Steve Jobs’s biographer, Walter Isaacson, is in conversation with Computer History Museum CEO John Hollar.

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Raggs | q | R (+) 6/22 7am

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Antiques Roadshow Atlantic City, Hour 1 of 3. | R (9) 6/19 4am

KQED +

American Road to Victory The Americans on Hell’s Highway. On September 17, 1944, two American airborne divisions parachuted in daylight to fight the Germans. | D | R (+) 6/19 4am

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Austin City Limits Rosanne Cash/Brandi Carlile. | R (9) 6/18 mid Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

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Out in America Inspiring stories from urban and rural America are told through the lens of prominent LGBT figures. | R (9) 6/18 1am King Henry VIII — Mind of a Tyrant tells the real story of King Henry’s futile six-year struggle to annul his marriage to Katherine of Aragon. | R (9) 6/18 2am Masterpiece Mystery! Miss Marple, Series V: The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side. Miss Marple (Julia McKenzie) investigates the murder of a guest at a benefit thrown by a recently relocated Hollywood star. | D | R (9) 6/18 3am ImageMakers | q | The Golden Years. Three short films take a poignant look at growing old. | R (9) 6/18 4:30am Fake or Fortune? Monet, Monet, Monet. | R (9) 6/18 5am

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National Geographic Television’s Top Ten Photos of 2011 | H | reveals the best photographs from the magazine, covering a broad range of subject matter. | R (9) 6/19 5am Unforgettable: The Korean War A diverse group of Korean War veterans recall their memories and emotions of the war. | R (+) 6/19 5am

Tuesday 19 EARLY mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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

6am-7pm

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/20 1am

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/21 1am

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Moyers & Company | R (+) 6/20 1am

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This is Us | q | #214. | R (+) 6/21 1am

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Spark | q | Fletcher Benton, Mel Ramos, Terry Riley. | R (9) 6/20 1:30am, 6/22 11:30pm, 6/23 5:30am

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Benise: Live in China | H | s | Benise, with his Spanish guitar and a multicultural dance troupe, travels across China on an unprecedented and epic adventure. | R (9) 6/21 1:30am

Witness the clash of personalities and cultures that drove the 64-year reign of England’s Queen Victoria. The four-hour series begins tonight at 8pm on KQED 9. 8pm

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Rick Steves’ Europe Basque Country. | R (+) 6/21 1:30am

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As Time Goes By #152. | R (+) 6/21 2am

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May to December | H | #136 Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White. | R (+) 6/21 2:30am

9pm-mid 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) 6/21 3am Keeping Up Appearances #108 Driving Miss Fortescue. | R (+) 6/21 3am

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Orangutan Diary | H | #103. The confiscation team sets off on their most demanding rescue yet. | R (+) 6/20 2am

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Orangutan Diary | H | #104. Some of the youngest apes are in danger as malaria hits the clinic. | R (+) 6/20 2:51am

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Through a Dog’s Eyes Jennifer Arnold of Canine Assistants trains dogs to help people who have a variety of disabilities. | R (+) 6/20 3:40am

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FRONTLINE | H | TBA. | R (9) 6/20 4am

Are You Being Served? #135 Do You Take This Man? | R (+) 6/21 4am

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Shelter Me features uplifting stories about shelter pets and their new homes. | R (+) 6/20 4:38am

Mr. Bean #105 The Trouble with Mr. Bean. | R (+) 6/21 4:31am

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Outnumbered #105. | R (+) 6/21 5am

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Outnumbered #106. | R (+) 6/21 5:30am

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Pickin’ & Trimmin’ In a small-town North Carolina barbershop, Lawrence Anthony and David Shirley have been cutting hair and playing music for more than 40 years. | R (+) 6/20 5:37am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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Last of the Summer Wine #2310 The Coming of the Beast. | R (+) 6/21 3:30am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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Tony Robinson — Down Under | H | Eureka looks at early inland explorers and gold prospectors. | R (9) 6/22 2:51am

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Masterpiece Mystery! Foyle’s War, Series V — Broken Souls. Foyle is learning chess from Dr. Josef Novak when a colleague of the psychiatrist is murdered. | R (+) 6/22 3am

A new season of POV begins tonight at 10pm on KQED 9. 10pm KQED 9

POV | H | My Reincarnation is the story of exiled Tibetan Buddhist master Chogyal Namkhai Norbu and his Western-born son, Yeshi. | R (9) 6/22 4am

10:30 KQED +

ImageMakers | q | Mind Benders includes the films Colour Bleed, West of the Moon and The Eggbreakers. | R (+) 6/22 4:30am

11pm KQED +

Front Row Center | H | Ben Harper and Relentless7. | R (+) 6/22 5am

11:30 KQED 9

Mustang — Journey of Transformation Richard Gere narrates the remarkable story of the restoration of a 15thcentury Tibetan culture. | R (9) 6/22 5:30am

Friday 22 EARLY mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

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6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/23 1am

KQED +

Agatha Christie’s Poirot #110 The Dream. | R (+) 6/23 1am

7:30

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This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 6/23 1:30am, 6/24 4pm

7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/22 1am

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Ask This Old House #923. | R (+) 6/22 1am

Washington Week | H | R (9) 6/23 2am

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #512 Tropisueño, Bobo’s, Pisces California. | R (9) 6/22 1:30am

Midsomer Murders | H | #507 Market for Murder, Part 1. | R (+) 6/23 2am

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #502 Pomelo, Deedee’s, Farina. | R (9) 6/23 2:30am

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Key Largo (1948) Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall and Lionel Barrymore star as people being held captive by a tough gangster (Willam G. Robinson) in a seedy Florida hotel during a storm. | R (9) 6/23 3am

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Ask This Old House #924. | R (+) 6/22 1:30am

8pm

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Tony Robinson — Down Under | H | The People Are Revolting visits Port Arthur to explore what it was like for the convicts who were incarcerated there. | R (9) 6/22 2am

KQED.org

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KQED +

New Tricks | H | #802 End of the Line. | R (+) 6/22 2am

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

11:37 KQED +

The Grove| q | tells the story of the creation of the National AIDS Memorial, a seven-acre grove hidden in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. | D | R (9) 6/20 5am

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Queen Victoria’s Empire Engines of Change/Passage to India explores urban migration and other changes brought to Britain by the industrial revolution. | R (9) 6/20 2am

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Midsomer Murders | H | #508 Market for Murder, Part 2. | R (+) 6/23 3am

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Wild Kratts

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Arthur | D

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Caillou | D

Sherlock Holmes #301 The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax. Lady Frances is caught between an old family quarrel with her brother and a sinister horseman. | R (+) 6/23 4am

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Curious George | D

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

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Super Why! | D

9:30

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Dinosaur Train | D

Need to Know | H | | R (9) 6/23 5am

10am KQED 9

Clifford the Big Red Dog | D | R (+) 6/26 8:30am

Moyers & Company | H | R (9) 6/24 5pm; (+) 6/23 5am, 6/25 mid, 6/26 7pm, 6/27 1am

10:30 KQED 9

Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

11am KQED 9

Clay Aiken — Tried and True: Live! The singer performs romantic hits of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.

Spark | q | Fletcher Benton, Mel Ramos, Terry Riley. | R (9) 6/23 5:30am

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Charlie Rose | H | | R (9) 6/25 noon

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

Sunday 24

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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.

Masterpiece Mystery! Miss Marple, Series V: The Secret of Chimneys. A coded message is discovered in the pocket of a dead count. | D | R (9) 6/25 3am

10:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Love Is Complicated. Two films take on the Hollywood myth of “happily ever after.” | R (9) 6/25 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

Fake or Fortune? Lost Picture. | R (9) 6/25 5am

Monday 25 EARLY mid

KQED 9

Austin City Limits Lyle Lovett/Bob Schneider.

KQED +

Moyers & Company | R (+) 6/26 7pm, 6/27 1am

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/26 1am

KQED +

Revolutionaries | q | The Man Who Invented the Computer. Author Jane Smiley discusses her book The Man Who Invented the Computer. | R (+) 6/26 1am, 6/30 3pm

7:30

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ImageMakers | q | My First Crush. | R (9) 6/26 1:30am

KQED 9

Inside Washington | H |

3:30

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McLaughlin Group | H |

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This Week in Northern California | q |

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Antiques Roadshow | H | Vintage Secaucus. | R (9) 6/26 2am

4:30

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

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Moyers & Company | R (+) 6/25 mid, 6/26 7pm, 6/27 1am

The War A Deadly Calling examines the reaction to the war as the public begins to see the toll it’s taking on the troops. | D | R (+) 6/26 2am

KQED’s LGBT Pride Month celebration is made possible by Union Bank. A program and resource guide is available at kqed.org/heritage. 6pm

KQED 9

Revolutionaries | q | IBM Centennial. Samuel J. Palmisano explains the importance and meaning of IBM’s centennial as a corporation. Austin City Limits Lyle Lovett/Bob Schneider. | R (9) 6/25 mid

Finding Your Roots John Legend, Wanda Sykes and Margarett Cooper. The stars discover the extraordinary stories of the free black ancestors they never knew about.

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American Masters Jerome Robbins: Something to Dance About. This first and only documentary on Robbins features excerpts from his personal journals, archival performance footage and never-before-seen rehearsal recordings.

9pm

LGBT Pride Celebration | H | q | KQED proudly celebrates individuals whose work has helped to create a better Bay Area for all. An evening honoring local heroes is the centerpiece of our annual LGBT Pride Month celebration. | R (9) 6/27 11pm, 6/28 5am

In the turbulent 1960s, an ordinary man rose to face extraordinary challenges. Watch tonight at 9pm on KQED 9. 9pm

KQED 9

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American Road to Victory The Americans in the Bulge. Learn how the gallant actions of the U.S. forces surprised the Nazi’s in their plan to destroy Allied armies. | D | R (+) 6/26 4am

10:30 KQED 9

Stonewall Uprising: American Experience explores the violent protests and street demonstrations that launched a worldwide movement in 1969. | D | R (9) 6/26 4:30am

11:30 KQED +

ImageMakers Marriage Is a Sentence. | q | R (+) 6/26 5:30am

EV E NI N G 7pm

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Not in Our Town, Northern California: When Hate Happens Here features stories of how communities from Shasta County to the Bay Area are responding to hate crimes. | R (9) 6/25 1am

8pm

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Edward & Wallis — A Story of Love and Destiny is the real history of a man born to be king who resigned his British crown for a woman’s love. | R (9) 6/25 2am

California State of Mind: The Legacy of Pat Brown | H | q | A dynamic American dream story unfolds in this unique portrait of Governor Edmund G. “Pat” Brown. See page 3 for more information. | R (9) 6/26 3am


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PBS NewsHour

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

1-6am

See page 21 for program schedule.

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Keeping Up Appearances #109 Candlelight Supper. | R (+) 6/28 3am

9:30

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Last of the Summer Wine #2401 A Brief Excursion in the Fast Lane. | R (+) 6/28 3:30am

10pm KQED 9

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NOVA Hunting the Edge of Space — The Ever Expanding Universe looks at how the telescope revolutionized human thought across science, philosophy and religion. | R (9) 6/28 4am

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/27 1am

7pm

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/28 1am

KQED +

KQED +

Moyers & Company | R (+) 6/27 1am

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Are You Being Served? #136 Shedding the Load. | R (+) 6/28 4am

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Spark | q | Yoshi’s, Jose Ortiz, Diamano Coura Dance Company. | R (9) 6/27 1:30am & 2pm, 6/29 11:30pm, 6/30 5:30am

This is Us | H | q | San Francisco Icons. | R (+) 6/28 1am, 6/30 2:30pm

10:30 KQED +

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QUEST Born Too Soon: Preterm Births on the Rise/Scary Tsunamis. Bay Area researchers work to explain the high rate of preterm babies in the United States, and investigate if California is at risk of being hit by a massive tsunami. | R (9) 6/28 1:30am & 2pm

Mr. Bean #106 Mr. Bean Rides Again. | R (+) 6/28 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

LGBT Pride Celebration | q | | R (9) 6/28 5am

KQED 9

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Queen Victoria’s Empire The Moral Crusade/The Scramble for Africa. By 1861, Britain is the world’s most powerful nation, but the death of Prince Albert weakens Victoria. | R (9) 6/27 2am Orangutan Diary | H | #105. The team uses boats, planes and helicopters to try to get 25 orangutans deep in the heart of Borneo. | R (+) 6/27 2am

Join British actor Martin Clunes (Doc Martin, Reggie Perrin) as he travels the world to unravel the true story of how man and horse first got together and what the horse has done for humans through the ages. 8:50

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Martin Clunes: Horse Power The Servant and the Symbol. Martin travels to Britain, Italy, Las Vegas, South Dakota and Central Asia. | R (+) 6/27 3:36am FRONTLINE | H | TBA. | R (9) 6/27 4am

10:30 KQED +

Under Our Skin: A Health Care Nightmare This gripping tale of microbes, medicine and money exposes the hidden story of Lyme disease. | R (+) 6/27 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

Claiming the Title: Gay Olympics on Trial In 1982, an athletic group’s Gay Olympics plan ultimately became a battle at the U.S. Supreme Court. | R (9) 6/27 5am

11:30 KQED 9

In the Life | H | R (9) 6/27 5:30am

Rick Steves’ Europe Helsinki and Tallinn: Baltic Sisters. | R (+) 6/28 1:30am

KQED 9

Nature A Murder of Crows. A look at one of the most intelligent animals features captivating footage and insight from crow experts. | D | R (9) 6/28 2am

KQED +

As Time Goes By #153. | R (+) 6/28 2am

8:30

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Are You Being Served? #137 A Bliss Girl. | R (+) 6/28 2:30am

9pm

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NOVA Hunting the Edge of Space — The Mystery of the Milky Way. This two-part program begins with an examination of how the telescope has fundamentally changed our understanding of our place in the universe. | R (9) 6/28 3am

11:30 KQED +

Outnumbered #108. | R (+) 6/28 5:30am

Thursday 28 EARLY mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

PBS NewsHour

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 21 for program schedule.

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KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 6/29 1am

KQED +

Ask This Old House #925. | R (+) 6/29 1am

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #601 Don Pico’s Bistro, Lovejoy’s Tea Room, Saha. | R (9) 6/29 1:30am

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Outnumbered #107. | R (+) 6/28 5am

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New Tricks | H | #803 Lost in Translation. | R (+) 6/29 2am

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Tony Robinson — Down Under | H | Still Stroppy Beggars. Tony looks at the legacy of 222 years of British settlement and goes on a legal fox hunt. | R (9) 6/29 2:53am

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Masterpiece Mystery! Foyle’s War, Series V — All Clear. Foyle digs into one of the dirtiest secrets of the war and reveals truths the Allies want kept hidden. | R (+) 6/29 3am

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POV | H | Granito: How to Nail a Dictator tells the story of how a 1983 documentary film influenced the indictment of a former Guatemalan dictator. | R (9) 6/29 4am ImageMakers | q | The Company of Men. Films include Break a Leg and The Candidate. | R (+) 6/29 4:30am Front Row Center | H | Richard Marx: A Night Out with Friends. | R (+) 6/29 5am Reporter Zero: Randy Shilts San Francisco Chronicle reporter Randy Shilts doggedly covered the unfolding AIDS crisis and the critical moment in LGBT history. | R (9) 6/29 5:30am

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Agatha Christie’s Poirot #507 The Dead Man’s Mirror. | R (+) 6/30 1am

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This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 6/30 1:30am; (+) 6/30 1pm

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Washington Week | H | R (9) 6/30 2am

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Midsomer Murders | H | #509 Worm in the Bud, Part 1. | R (+) 6/30 2am

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Check, Please! Bay Area #503 Lahore Karahi, Patio Filipino, Sam’s Grill. | R (9) 6/30 2:30am

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

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Dinosaur Train | D Wild Kratts The Electric Company | D

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Not in Our School: Palo Alto | R (9) 6/30 4am

This Old House Barrington Project, Part 10 of 10.

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Ask This Old House #907.

Sherlock Holmes #302 The Problem of Thor Bridge. A dejected wife is gunned down in cold blood after arranging to meet her children’s governess. | R (+) 6/30 4am

ImageMakers | q | Color My World. Three short films reveal the diversity and creativity of animation from around the world. | R (9) 6/30 5am

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Mariachi High — PBS Arts | H | follows a year in the life of the champion mariachi ensemble at Zapata High School in south Texas. See page 4 for more information. | R (9) 6/30 3am

Moyers & Company | H | | R (+) 6/30 5am & 4pm Spark | q | Yoshi’s, Jose Ortiz, Diamano Coura Dance Company. | R (9) 6/30 5:30am

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Healing Quest #801.

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Anza Expedition | H | tells the story of the Juan Bautista de Anza expedition, which founded the California cities of San Francisco in 1776 and San Jose in 1777.

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This is Us | q | San Francisco Icons.

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California’s Green | H | Bluebirds. Huell visits a group of bluebird enthusiasts, who are helping western bluebirds make a recovery.

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Elvis Lives: The 25th Anniversary Concert | H | Elvis is reunited with his original TCB Band, backup singers and musical director through the magic of modern technology.

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Priceless Antiques Roadshow #133.

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Priceless Antiques Roadshow #134.

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

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