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Museums Rule!

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KQED Perks

KQED members plus one guest (total of two persons per KQED MemberCard) can enjoy free admission to the Asian Art Museum and China’s Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor’s Legacy on Thursday, March 21, when they present a valid KQED MemberCard and photo ID at the entrance. The museum is open from 10am to 9pm. Admission is granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are timed and based on availability. Due to capacity restrictions, admission is not guaranteed. Asian Art Museum 200 Larkin St. San Francisco asianart.org

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A California-certified green business, the Bay Area’s Gratitude Gourmet is “your sustainable lifestyle destination.” It’s a place to find science and health news and interviews and reviews of inspiring brands and global entrepreneurs. Its chocolate, healthy snacks and groceries can also be delivered to your home or office. Free shipping for KQED members! See the selection at gratitudegourmet.com. Visit kqed.org/perks (or click on Perks in the KQED iPhone or Android app) for details on all available member discounts.

Masterpiece Classic “Mr. Selfridge” airs on eight consecutive Sundays, March 31 through May 19, at 9pm on KQED 9. Call the Midwife (Season 2) also premieres on March 31, at 8pm.

Photo: Jeremy Piven as Harry Selfridge, courtesy ITV for Masterpiece.

Join KQED at the Asian Art Museum on Thursday, March 21, to view its newest exhibition, China’s Terracotta Warriors: The First Emperor’s Legacy, and discover why the terracotta warriors are the Eighth Wonder of the World. Along with more than 100 rare artifacts unearthed from the burial complex of Emperor Qin, known as the First Emperor, the museum presents some of the finest generals, archers and infantrymen from the life-size terracotta army. The exhibition paints the backdrop for the warriors’ creation — the First Emperor’s rise to power, his quest for immortality and his complex legacy. On view February 22 through May 27, 2013.

Photo: (this page, top) Armoured kneeling archer, Qin dynasty (221–206 BCE). China. Terracotta. Excavated from Pit 2, Qin Shihuang tomb complex, 1977. Qin Shihuang Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, Shaanxi. (cover) shown in foreground, Jeremy Piven as Harry Gordon Selfridge, shown in background from left to right, Zoe Tapper as Ellen Love, Frances O’Connor as Rose Selfridge, Gregory Fitoussi as Henri Leclair and Katherine Kelly as Lady Mae, courtesy ITV for Masterpiece.

KQED Member Day at Asian Art Museum View China’s terracotta warriors.


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Jeremy Piven stars as the upstart American who taught the English how to shop in Mr. Selfridge, a new series created by Emmy Award–winning writer Andrew Davies (Pride and Prejudice, Bleak House). Piven recently talked about his first television stint since his Golden Globe and Emmy–award winning role as Ari Gold in Entourage. “I remember exactly where I was when my agent told me about Mr. Selfridge,” he recalls. “I was fascinated and blown away by the story of this true pioneer and a role that’s rare to come by on stage, film or TV.” “He was a pioneer in every sense of the word. You have this American at the turn of the century coming to Britain and having a real sense of what he wants to do — even though it hasn’t been done before.” Flamboyant and visionary Harry Selfridge transformed Chicago’s Marshall Field and Company s into a modern department store before coming to Britain to found Selfridge’s. “It’s a great role and a story many people won’t know. Growing up myself in Chicago and going to Marshall Field’s from the time I was a kid, I had a sense of where this guy came from. But while I’m also an American from Chicago making my way in

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Jeremy Piven is Mr. Selfridge — London’s merchant prince.

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Who Knew Shopping Could Be Like This?

unchartered territory, Harry Selfridge was a showman and liked to be the center of attention, whereas I like to disappear in a room and watch everyone else.” Retail outlets were very different before Selfridge came along and invented the modern department store with his shopping palace on London’s Oxford Street. “In one episode, Harry decides to put the beauty products at the front of his store, so as soon as the customers walked in they would see these perfumes and beauty products. No one was doing this yet in the U.K., though they were dabbling with it in Paris. He was smart enough to take ideas from the trailblazers.” “And what’s so fascinating is that here we are 100 years later and you walk into any store and what he took a chance with and implemented in 1909 is still going strong.” Harry Selfridge appeared to be able to look into the very soul of what women wanted. “He loved, honored, respected and celebrated women wanted them to feel empowered.” But as a married family man, Harry also had an eye for the ladies and in the drama falls for celebrated stage star Ellen Love (Zoë Tapper), among others. “You could look at him and say, ‘How could a man who loved his wife and his family be seduced by these other women?’ Because of his love for the arts and for women he falls for Ellen. He’s so enamored with her and the way she carries herself as an artist. Then you see her rise and fall.” “I’m not saying you’ll understand it morally, but Andrew Davies has written such a beautiful script that you could possibly understand why Selfridge would take the path that he does. And yet it’s still surprising.”

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Museums Rule! KQED Education partners with de Young to create video about museum etiquette. Ever wondered why you’re not allowed to touch most artwork in a museum? Curious why backpacks aren’t allowed? Do you know why flash photography is a no-no? KQED Education, in partnership with the de Young Museum and its teen ambassador program, recently produced a short comic book–style film called Museums Rule!, which addresses art museum rules and why they exist. The teen ambassadors, who are students from San Francisco high schools, brainstormed ideas for the instructional video, then developed student-friendly explanations for each

of the museum’s rules. The script writing, filming and editing was expertly led by college students from the Bay Area Video Coalition’s youth production company, The Factory. Museums Rule! is shown to all students in advance of a school tour of the de Young, but it can be used to prepare students and lifelong learners who plan to visit any arts and culture institution ­— in the Bay Area and beyond. Watch it with your family, then spend a day engaging with art. Visit kqed.org/edspace and search for “museums rule.”

In the heart of Richmond, in a neighborhood primarily known for its chronic poverty and violence, the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts is home to a state-of-the-art facility with rehearsal rooms, a theater and a rich history of dedication to youth performers and teaching artists. It was here, in 2012, that KQED hosted its first annual Music and Dance Institute for Educators. Focusing on using KQED media about local performing artists, teachers explored resources from our Spark series and built their own media collections for use in the classroom. They also spent three inspiring days working directly with teaching artists in residence at the center, learning about improvisational music and percussion from different cultures.

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“I was expecting [the institute] would be similar to the slew of other professional development activities offered to teachers — one short hands-on activity forcing uncomfortable interaction with strangers followed by a long day of lectures,” noted one participant. “The workshop (thankfully) was nothing like I expected, and I got far more out of it than any other institute I’ve attended. “Instead of lectures, the majority of the time was spent creating art, music and dance. I picked up an instrument I haven’t touched in years, experimented with lyrical poetry and sounds, and most importantly, I rediscovered my love of both music and learning.” The next institute will be held in June. To sign up, email ArtsEd@kqed.org.

Photos: courtesy Kristin Farr/KQED.

Teachers Move to a New Beat KQED Education hosts Music and Dance Institute for educators.


Films, Films and More Films KQED sponsors two Bay Area festivals.

Uprising tells the story of the 2011 Egyptian revolution from the perspective of its leadership and key organizers. Watch it at the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival.

Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival Spend time in the wine country watching the best documentaries in the world at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts’ sixth annual Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival, March 21 through 24. See 60 films in four days, including Ken Burns’ new film The Central Park Five and other award-winning films. Get a schedule and tickets at sebastopolfilmfestival. org or by calling 707.829.4797.

Saturday, March 23, 5-6:30pm KQED, 2601 Mariposa St. San Francisco Free! RSVP to KQED.org/events

Join KQED, the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), and filmmaker Grace Lee for a unique food press conference announcing Asian Chops (a working title), a new national television production for PBS.

A co-production of KQED and CAAM, the program journeys across Asian America, using our obsession with food as launching point for a wealth of stories, traditions and unexpected characters. Meet the production team and leading Bay Area culinary voices and chefs as we introduce one of the most innovative Asian American television programs in years. You’ll also learn how you can contribute ideas or stories for this exciting multimedia production.

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Asian Chops Join us for a unique food and media event with filmmaker Grace Lee.

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CAAMFest The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival returns this year as CAAMFest, an 11-day celebration (March 14–24) of film and much more. This year’s program in Berkeley and San Francisco includes everything from feature films and documentaries to live music performances, food salons and interactive workshops. View the complete CAAMFest schedule at caamedia.org/ caamfest.

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friends Sally and Nick — with a little help from the Fish, Thing 1 and Thing 2 — on fun-filled adventures. In this month’s new episodes, the curious team discovers how our bones keep us upright and how to identify all of the planets in our solar system. You can meet the Cat in the Hat in person! KQED and the Cat will be spreading the joy of Dr. Seuss at Bay Area schools, libraries and parks. Check kqed.org/ events to find out where you can join us.

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KQED is the national presenting station of The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! — one of the most-watched children’s programs in the nation. Watch new episodes on Friday, March 1, at 8:30 and 9am on KQED 9 and at 10:30 and 11am on KQED Plus.

Every year the National Education Association sponsors Read Across America Day to help foster literacy in America and to celebrate the birthday (March 2) of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss. This year’s official Read Across America Day is Friday, March 1, and to celebrate KQED is airing two back-toback episode premieres of the animated PBS series The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Voiced by award-winning actor Martin Short, the Cat in the Hat guides

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Welcome, New Board Members KQED is media you can trust. KQED creates and provides news, information and entertainment that feeds a rigorous civic dialogue, educates lifelong learners and celebrates what makes our community unique. Under the visionary and capable leadership of our president, John Boland, KQED is prepared to grow and transform as our expectations of media grow and transform. KQED is available to everyone, and approximately one of every two Bay Area residents consumes KQED content via television, radio, mobile, social media or the Internet each week. We ask those who value our service and who are in a position to contribute to do so. As a result, we have the largest membership of any institution in the Bay Area and are financially sound despite tough economic times. KQED is well aware of our role and responsibility in ensuring a healthy civic life for all Bay Area residents. Thank you for your tremendous support. The KQED Board of Directors is composed of community leaders representing many skills and sectors of the Bay Area. We are unified by our passion for great media and our conviction that KQED is an essential ingredient of what makes living in the Bay Area so special. With great pleasure I welcome the newest members of the KQED board. With sincere appreciation, Anne Avis Chair, KQED Board of Directors

Nancy B. Serrurier does extensive volunteer work and is currently vice chair of the Board of Trustees of Whitman College. She is formerly served as trustee for Colgate University. Nancy was a founding partner of San Francisco Provisions, a mail-order company featuring Bay Area food and beverages. 6

Alison Rosenthal is an executive in residence at Greylock Partners, working with their current consumer portfolio companies as well as evaluating new opportunities in the consumer space. A lifelong competitive athlete, she’s a former member of the TIBCO women’s professional cycling team.

Ed Prohaska was named the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s chief financial officer in 2002, and in 2007, he was also named vice president of enterprise development. He serves as president of the Board of the California Association of Museums and has been on KQED’s finance committee since 2010.

Ann O’Leary is vice president and director of the Children and Families Program at the Center for the Next Generation, a nonpartisan strategic communications think tank in San Francisco. Ann is also a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress and a lecturer in health law at the University of California at Berkeley School of Law.

Camilla Smith is the vice president of development at the Interfaith Center at the Presidio. In addition to serving on the boards of more than half a dozen other local nonprofits, she edits the newsletter for the Bancroft Library, Bancroftiana.


Esmerelda Montenegro Owen is the curator of marketing and community engagement at the National Steinbeck Center in Salinas and is also a journalism professor at Gavilan College in Gilroy.

Breanna Gilbert is the director of marketing at Planned Parenthood in San Jose and founding member of CreaTV, a public access station serving San Jose. She’s dedicated her volunteer time to community media outlets.

Dr. Beverly Yates founded and directed a primary care, multidoctor clinic using natural medicine to address chronic illness, including diabetes, heart disease and allergies. She’s the founder of NaturalHealthCare.com.

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Shadi Elkarra is a recent graduate of U.C. Berkeley where he was a student liaison to the Dean of Students, president of the Arab Student Union and a staff member of the Berkeley Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Law. He was most recently on staff in the San Francisco Mayor’s Office.

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Joannie Gillespie is a professor of media literacy, digital culture and psychology at Berkeley City College and the University of California at Berkeley. She’s been a KQED docent for the past four years.

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The 24 members of KQED’s Community Advisory Panel are responsible for advising the KQED Board of Directors on the needs of the diverse communities we serve. They also represent the station at community events and help promote KQED’s content to the broader community. We welcome this year’s new CAP members.

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Radiolab Radiolab is a show about curiosity, where sound illuminates ideas and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy and human experience.

Sleep Saturday, March 16, 1pm Birds do it, bees do it . . . yet science still can’t answer the basic question: Why do we sleep? Every creature on the planet sleeps — from giant humpback whales to teeny fruit flies. What does it do for us, and what happens when we go without? Stress Saturday, March 23, 1pm Stress may save your life if you’re being chased by a tiger. But if you’re stuck in traffic, it may be more likely to make you sick. This hour takes a long hard look at the body’s system for getting out of trouble.

A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor Saturdays, 6pm and Sundays, 11am Selected Shorts Saturdays, 8pm 3/2 Flash Forward “Vanilla Bright Like Eminem,” by Michel Faber, performed by Daniel Gerroll; “North Country,” by Roxane Gay, performed by Adepero Oduye. 3/9 Odd Couples “Cathedral,” by Raymond Carver, performed by James Naughton; “I Dated Jane Austen,” by T.C. Boyle, performed by Isaiah Sheffer. (Guest host Cynthia Nixon) City Arts & Lectures Sundays, 1pm, Tuesdays, 8pm and Wednesdays, 2am 3/3, 3/5 & 3/6 Matt Walker. 3/10, 3/12 & 3/13 Author Joyce Carol Oates. 3/17, 3/19 & 3/20 Atul Gawande (encore). 3/24, 3/26 & 3/27 Lera Boroditsky, an assistant professor of psychology at Stanford University and editor-in-chief of Frontiers in Cultural Psychology. 3/31, 4/2 & 4/3 “The House I Live In.”

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The Computer History Museum Presents Citizenville: How to Take the Town Square Digital and Reinvent Government Wednesday, March 6, 8pm KQED’s Forum host Michael Krasny speaks to Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom about Citizenville, his first book, which tells the story of how ordinary citizens can use new digital tools to dissolve political gridlock and transform American democracy.

Intelligence Squared U.S. America Doesn’t Need a Strong Dollar Policy Wednesday, March 20, 8pm It’s often taken for granted that America needs a strong dollar. When the value of the U.S. dollar is strong relative to other currencies, it becomes attractive to investors and allows Americans to buy foreign goods and services cheaply. But in times of recession, are we better off with a weak dollar that stimulates U.S. manufacturing by making our goods cheaper and more competitive? Or will the loss of purchasing power and currency manipulation abroad offset the potential gains? For the motion: Frederic Mishkin, professor, Columbia Business School, and John Taylor, chairman and founder, FX Concepts. Against the motion: Sean Fieler, president, Equinox Partners, L.P., and James Grant, editor and founder, Grant’s Interest Rate Observer. Moderator: John Donvan, author and correspondent for ABC News.

Freakonomics Radio Goes to College Thursday, March 28, 8pm Is a college diploma really worth the paper it’s printed on? In this episode of Freakonomics Radio, host Stephen Dubner breaks down the costs and benefits of going to college, especially during an economy that’s leaving a lot of people unemployed and underemployed. The data say that college graduates make a lot more money in the long run and enjoy a host of other benefits as well. But does that justify the time and money?

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Bliss Saturday, March 30, 1pm This hour we’re searching for platonic ideals, longing for completion, engaged in epic quests for holy grails in science, linguistics and world peace. We’ll meet the dreamers and measure just how impossible their dreams may be. And we’ll join a 19thcentury farmer as he takes the world’s first photograph of a snowflake in an attempt to capture a perpetually fleeting perfection.

Hidden Kitchens The Raw and the Cooked Thursday, March 14, 8pm Entertaining, surprising and soulful, this Kitchen Sisters portrait of American life through food is narrated by Academy Award–winning actress Frances McDormand. Journey into the world of clandestine cooking, kitchen rituals and traditions with this sound-rich special, richly layered with music, interviews and archival audio.

America Abroad Iraq and Afghanistan War Wednesday, March 27, 8pm

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Lucy Saturday, March 9, 1pm Chimps. Bonobos. Humans. We’re all great apes, but that doesn’t mean we’re one happy family. This hour features stories of trying to live together. Is this kind of crossspecies co-habitation an utterly stupid idea? Or might it be our one last hope as more and more humans fill up the planet?

Climate One — From the Commonwealth Club Driving Growth Wednesday, March 13, 8pm A flood of natural gas released by hydraulic fracturing is turning energy markets upside down. How will that impact the way America powers its economy and moves people and goods around? Many countries are investing in clean fuels and putting a price on carbon emissions. Will the United States also start to price fuels to include their full costs? How will that impact the economy? Join us for a conversation with Fred Krupp, president of the Environmental Defense Fund, and Rhonda Zygocki, vice president, policy and planning at Chevron.

The Diet-Climate Connection Thursday, March 21, 8pm Learn why climate experts increasingly point to our food system as a heavy emitter of greenhouse gases. Visit Frances Moore Lappe, whose classic book Diet for a Small Planet introduced a generation to the link between food and our environment, and take a tour of the White House vegetable garden, a symbol of climate-friendly, locally grown food.

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Inheritance Saturday, March 2, 1pm Once a kid is born, his or her genetic fate is pretty much sealed. Or is it? This hour, we put nature and nurture on a collision course and discover how outside forces can find a way inside us, shaping not just our hearts and minds, but the basic biological blueprint that we pass on to future generations.

Hearing Voices Her Stories: For Women’s History Month Thursday, March 7, 8pm

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John Denver Rocky Mountain High Live in Japan | s | | R (9) 3/5 7:30pm, 3/6 1:30am Super Brain with Dr. Rudy Tanzi | s | R (9) 3/6 9:30pm, 3/7 3:30am, 3/8 8:30pm, 3/9 2:30am; (+) 3/3 7pm, 3/4 1am & 10pm, 3/5 4am, 3/14 7pm, 3/15 1am, 3/16 10pm, 3/17 4am Love for Levon | H | | s | This star-studded oncein-a-lifetime event celebrates the life and music of the legendary Levon Helm. From country to rockabilly to blues to rock, the concert features performances by Gregg Allman, Mavis Staples, Joe Walsh, My Morning Jacket, Roger Waters and many others.

A ’60s Pop Flashback: Hullabaloo (My Music) | H | s | Return to the era of go-go dancers, mod miniskirts and swinging pop-rock sounds with this first-ever retrospective of the 1965-66 primetime series Hullabaloo. | R (9) 9pm, 3/3 1am & 3am, 3/5 9pm, 3/6 3am; (+) 3/3 9pm, 3/4 3am, 3/7 10pm, 3/8 4am, 3/13 8:30pm, 3/14 2:30am

KQED 9

10pm KQED +

Ed Slott’s Retirement Rescue for 2013! | H | s | is a powerful call to action for American consumers concerned about their retirement. | R (9) 3/3 noon; (+) 3/3 4am, 3/5 9pm, 3/6 3am

11pm 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) 3/3 6am

KQED.org

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7pm

Afternoon

Saturday 2 Early

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

KQED Public Television

9pm KQED +

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Sunday 3

2pm

KQED 9

Early mid

KQED 9

Revolutionaries | q | Transforming Music. Meet musician and inventor Tod Machover, the creator of technologies behind Guitar Hero and Rock Band.

KQED +

Austin City Limits Widespread Panic. | R (9) 3/4 mid

1-6am

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

6am-5:30pm 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.

Afternoon noon KQED 9

12

Ed Slott’s Retirement Rescue for 2013! | s | R (+) 3/5 9pm, 3/6 3am

Evening

KQED +

Super Brain with Dr. Rudy Tanzi | s | Cutting-edge neuroscience research is used to show how we all can maximize our brain’s potential | R (9) 3/6 9:30pm, 3/7 3:30am, 3/8 8:30pm, 3/9 2:30am; (+) 3/4 1am & 10pm, 3/5 4am, 3/14 7pm, 3/15 1am, 3/16 10pm, 3/17 4am

9pm

Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan in Session | s | Experience the famed live jam session by two of the greatest musicians ever to have played the blues on electric guitar. | R (9) 3/4 3am, 3/9 8:30pm, 3/10 2:30am

3:13

KQED 9

Saving the Bay | q | s | Harbor of Harbors (1849–1906) follows San Francisco’s rapid and monstrous maturity into a major metropolis following the California Gold Rush. | R (+) 3/9 8:13pm, 3/10 2:13am

4:30

KQED 9

Saving the Bay | q | s | Miracle Workers (1906–1959) begins with the great earthquake and fire of 1906, which accelerated the dispersion of people and industry to the East Bay. | R (+) 3/9 9:30pm, 3/10 3:30am

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. 6am-noon KQED 9

Saving the Bay | q | s | Marvel of Nature (Prehistory–1848). In the first episode, photo-realistic animation illustrates the formation of the Bay following the last Ice Age. | R (+) 3/9 7pm, 3/10 1am

5:30 KQED +

Cherish the Ladies: An Irish Homecoming | H | | s | The critically acclaimed Irish American group headlined an unforgettable night of entertainment at Bucknell University in 2012.

5:43

Saving the Bay | q | s | Bay in the Balance (1906–Present). In the final episode, the very survival of the Bay is threatened by the postwar boom. | R (+) 3/9 10:43pm, 3/10 4:43am

KQED 9

International superstar Andrea Bocelli returns with a concert special of classical favorites, pop standards and Brazilian jazz. Tonight at 7pm on KQED 9.

7pm

KQED 9

KQED 9

Great Performances | H | | s | Andrea Bocelli: Love in Portofino. During this new concert in the breathtaking coastal setting of Portofino, Italy, Bocelli is joined by trumpeter Chris Botti. | R (9) 3/4 1am, 3/6 7:30pm, 3/7 1:30am

KQED +

A ’60s Pop Flashback: Hullabaloo (My Music) | H | | s | Return to the era of go-go dancers, mod miniskirts and swinging pop-rock sounds with this first-ever retrospective of the 1965– 1966 primetime series Hullabaloo. | R (9) 3/5 9pm, 3/6 3am; (+) 3/4 3am, 3/7 10pm, 3/8 4am, 3/13 8:30pm, 3/14 2:30am

10:30 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) 3/4 4:30am

11pm KQED +

Wages of Spin: Dick Clark, American Bandstand and the Payola Scandals is a fascinating look at the evolution of American Bandstand and the creation of an industry mogul. | R (+) 3/4 5am

Photo: a still from Saving the Bay.

The San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge opened for traffic on November 12, 1936.


E vening 7pm

Early mid

KQED 9

Austin City Limits Widespread Panic. Moyers & Company

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

7pm

KQED 9

Magic Moments — The Best of ’50s Pop (My Music) | s | A cavalcade of 1950s pop music recording legends perform their biggest hits: the McGuire Sisters, Debbie Reynolds, Patti Page, the Chordettes, the Crew Cuts and others take the stage. | R (9) 3/15 8:30pm, 3/16 2:30am, 3/20 7:30pm, 3/21 1:30am; (+) 3/6 1am

7:30

KQED 9

John Denver Rocky Mountain High Live in Japan | s | R (9) 3/6 1:30am

9pm

KQED 9

A ’60s Pop Flashback: Hullabaloo (My Music) | s | | R (9) 3/6 3am; (+) 3/7 10pm, 3/8 4am, 3/13 8:30pm, 3/14 2:30am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/5 1am

KQED +

Doc Martin | s | #504 Mother Knows Best. | R (+) 3/5 1am

7:30

Rick Steves’ Europe Marathon | s | Rick shares the latest on sightseeing in the grand cities of Europe and offers a vivid local perspective on locations that are off the beaten path. | R (9) 3/5 1:30am, 3/9 4pm; (+) 3/7 7pm, 3/8 1am, 3/10 8pm, 3/11 2am

KQED 9

8pm KQED + Agatha Christie’s Poirot | s | #602 Murder on the Links. A body is found buried in a new golf bunker in Deauville, France. | R (+) 3/5 2am 10pm KQED +

10:30 KQED 9

Super Brain with Dr. Rudy Tanzi | s | R (9) 3/6 9:30pm, 3/7 3:30am, 3/8 8:30pm, 3/9 2:30am; (+) 3/5 4am, 3/14 7pm, 3/15 1am, 3/16 10pm, 3/17 4am 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) 3/5 4:30am

Early mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED +

This is Us | q | Locals in Space profiles three local residents whose work takes them into space, literally. Meet astronaut Gregory Chamitoff and astronomers Natalie Batalha and Sandra Faber.

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Ed Slott’s Retirement Rescue for 2013! | s | | R (+) 3/6 3am

11pm 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) 3/6 5am Globe Trekker Panama and Colombia visits the Panama Canal, Bogota’s police museum, the Caribbean coast and the city of Cartagena. | D | R (+) 3/6 5am

Wednesday 6 E arly mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED +

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

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED +

KQED 9

Super Brain with Dr. Rudy Tanzi | s | R (9) 3/7 3:30am, 3/8 8:30pm, 3/9 2:30am; (+) 3/14 7pm, 3/15 1am, 3/16 10pm, 3/17 4am

KQED 9

KQED +

The Doors Live at the Bowl ’68 | s | R (+) 3/7 1am & 3:30am; (9) 3/14 7:30pm, 3/15 1:30am, 3/16 10pm, 3/17 4am

11pm KQED +

The Who Live in Texas ’75 | s | R (+) 3/7 2:30am & 5am; (9) 3/14 9pm, 3/15 3am

11:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Lost and Found. | R (9) 3/7 5:30am, 3/18 7:30pm, 3/19 1:30am

Thursday 7 Early mid

KQED 9

Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED +

ImageMakers Innocence Lost. You try to teach your child to live in this world, but there are some things no amount of training can prepare them for.

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

Great Performances | s | Andrea Bocelli: Love in Portofino. | R (9) 3/7 1:30am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/8 1am

KQED +

Rick Steves’ Europe Marathon | s | R (9) 3/9 4pm; (+) 3/8 1am, 3/10 8pm, 3/11 2am

7:30

KQED 9

The Tenors: Lead with Your Heart | s | The Tenors perform all new music from their album Lead with Your Heart in this dazzling show. | R (9) 3/8 1:30am, 3/10 7pm, 3/11 1am; (+) 3/9 5:30pm, 3/12 7pm, 3/13 1am

9pm

KQED 9

Joe Bonamassa: An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House | H | s | The blues rock guitarist and singer performs an acoustic concert in the iconic Vienna Opera House. | R (9) 3/8 3am, 3/9 7pm, 3/10 1am; (+) 3/13 7pm, 3/14 1am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/7 1am The Doors Live at the Bowl ’68 | H | s | On July 5, 1968, the Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. Now, the original film footage from the concert has been digitally scanned and restored. | R (+) 9:30pm, 3/7 1am & 3:30am; (9) 3/14 7:30pm, 3/15 1:30am, 3/16 10pm, 3/17 4am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

KQED.org

7:30

9:30

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Tuesday 5

KQED +

KQED +

The Who Live in Texas ‘75 | H | s | Filmed at the Summit arena in Houston, TX, on November 20, 1975, this program captures the Who at the peak of their incendiary performance career. Originally only available as a bootleg, the original video footage has been restored and the sound remixed by longtime Who collaborator Jon Astley. | R (9) 3/14 9pm, 3/15 3am; (+) 11pm, 3/7 2:30am & 5am

KQED Public Television

KQED +

Evening

8:30 KQED + Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/6 1am

KQED Public Radio

KQED +

KQED 9

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10pm KQED +

10:30-mid KQED 9

A ’60s Pop Flashback: Hullabaloo (My Music) | s | | R (+) 3/8 4am, 3/13 8:30pm, 3/14 2:30am

Saturday 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) 3/8 4:30am

KQED +

Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED + 1-6am

Friday 8 Early mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED +

QUEST | q | Hog Wild/Amateur Astronomers.

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

mid

KQED 9

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/9 1am

8:30

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

Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan in Session | s | | R (9) 3/10 2:30am

9:30 KQED +

Saving the Bay | q | s | Miracle Workers (1906–1959). begins with the great earthquake and fire of 1906, which accelerated the dispersion of people and industry to the East Bay. | R (+) 3/10 3:30am

10pm KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 3/10 4am

10:43 KQED +

Saving the Bay | q | s | Bay in the Balance (1906– Present). In the final episode, the very survival of the Bay is threatened by the postwar boom. | R (+) 3/10 4:43am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) 3/11 noon

6am-10am KQED 9

6am-5:30pm 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.

KQED 9

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

Sunday 10

10am KQED 9

Simply Ming | H | Poaching with Guest Jasper White.

KQED +

Washington Week | H | | R (9) 3/9 2am

10:30 KQED 9

Essential Pépin | q | Classic Conclusions. | D

Austin City Limits Robert Earl Keen/Hayes Carll. | R (9) 3/11 mid

KQED +

11am KQED 9

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated | H | Big, Bold Chicken Braises.

12:30 KQED 9

Hetty Wainthropp Investigates | s | #109 Family Values. | R (+) 3/9 2am

On Story #102. The minds behind Star Trek, Transformers and Watchmen discuss creating fantastical worlds.

1-6am

8:30

Super Brain with Dr. Rudy Tanzi | s | R (9) 3/9 2:30am; (+) 3/14 7pm, 3/15 1am, 3/16 10pm, 3/17 4am

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

KQED +

New Tricks | s | #307 Ice Cream Wars. | R (+) 3/9 1am

7:30

This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 3/9 1:30am; (+) 3/9 12:30am

8pm

KQED 9

KQED 9

KQED 9

9pm KQED +

Masterpiece Mystery! | s | Miss Marple, Series V: The Blue Geranium. Miss Marple meets with her old friend Sir Henry Clithering, asking him for help with a troubling case. | D | R (+) 3/9 3am

10:30 KQED 9

Need to Know | H | R (9) 3/9 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

Live from the Artists Den Adele. The British sensation performs at the Santa Monica Bay Woman’s Club. | R (9) 3/9 5am

KQED +

11:30am-4pm KQED 9

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

Afternoon 4-7pm KQED 9

Rick Steves’ Europe Marathon | s | R (+) 3/10 8pm, 3/11 2am

5:30 KQED +

The Tenors: Lead with Your Heart | s | The Tenors perform all new music from their album Lead with Your Heart in this dazzling show. | R (9) 3/10 7pm, 3/11 1am; (+) 3/12 7pm, 3/13 1am

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

Moyers & Company | H | | R (+) 3/9 5am, 3/11 mid KQED +

14

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

Saving the Bay | q | s | Harbor of Harbors (1849–1906) follows San Francisco’s rapid and monstrous maturity into a major metropolis following the California Gold Rush. | R (+) 3/10 2:13am

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. Download our On Q iPad app for up-to-date schedules.

Evening 7pm

8:13 KQED +

E arly

Joe Bonamassa: An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House | s | R (9) 3/10 1am; (+) 3/13 7pm, 3/14 1am Saving the Bay | q | s | Marvel of Nature (Prehistory–1848). In the first episode, photo-realistic animation illustrates the formation of the Bay following the last Ice Age. | R (+) 3/10 1am

Early mid

KQED 9

6am-7pm KQED 9

KQED +

ImageMakers | q | Color My World.

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.

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

The Tenors: Lead with Your Heart | s | R (9) 3/11 1am; (+) 3/12 7pm, 3/13 1am

KQED +

Earth Songs | s | Filmed over two years in some of the most pristine and beautiful places on the planet, this program is inspired by the celebrated National Geographic and BBC documentaries of recent years. | R (+) 3/11 1am

8pm KQED +

Rick Steves’ Europe Marathon | s | R (+) 3/11 2am


KQED 9

10pm KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 3/11 4am Vatican City and the Papacy with Burt Wolf | s | When Pope John Paul II passed away, Burt was given extraordinary access to the Vatican. | R (+) 3/11 5am, 3/31 7pm

Monday 11 Early mid

KQED 9

KQED +

Moyers & Company

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/12 1am

KQED +

Doc Martin | s | #505 Remember Me. | R (+) 3/12 1am

7:30

Shift Happens! Live an Inspired Life with Dr. Robert Holden | H | s | Renowned British author, speaker and sought-after coach Dr. Robert Holden offers viewers a program of change and transformation, of hope and personal evolution. | R (9) 3/12 1:30am; (+) 3/16 7pm, 3/17 1am

KQED 9

8pm KQED +

KQED 9

10pm KQED +

Great Performances | s | The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour. The 1967 film was arguably ahead of its time, with its mostly improvised and loosely plotted script providing a charming comic showcase for the Fab Four and their idiosyncratic sense of humor. | R (9) 3/12 3am, 3/16 7pm, 3/17 1am; (+) 3/12 8:30pm, 3/13 2:30am

Early mid

KQED 9

Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED +

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #503 Lahore Karahi, Patio Filipino, Sam’s Grill.

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Tuesday 12 E arly mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

KQED +

Tavis Smiley | H |

Evening

12:30 KQED +

This is Us | q | Santa Cruz History includes profiles of Jack O’Neill and Susana Arias.

KQED +

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Joe Bonamassa: An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House | H | s | The blues rock guitarist and singer performs an acoustic concert in the iconic Vienna Opera House. | R (+) 3/14 1am

7:30

Protect Your Memory with Dr. Neal Barnard | H | s | Dr. Neal Barnard details the groundbreaking research that can help protect your brain and memory. | R (9) 3/14 1:30am; (+) 3/16 8:30pm, 3/17 2:30am

7pm

KQED 9

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/13 1am

KQED +

The Tenors: Lead with Your Heart | R (+) 3/13 1am

7:30

Unleash the Power of the Female Brain with Dr. Amen | s | Best-selling author and brain expert Dr. Daniel Amen offers insight on the unique characteristics and needs of the female brain. | R (9) 3/13 1:30am; (+) 3/14 9pm, 3/15 3am

KQED 9

8:30 KQED +

9:30

KQED 9

Great Performances | s | The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour. Released in 1967, the film was arguably ahead of its time, with its mostly improvised and loosely plotted script providing a charming comic showcase for the Fab Four and their idiosyncratic sense of humor. | R (9) 3/16 7pm, 3/17 1am; (+) 3/13 2:30am 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) 3/13 3:30am

10pm KQED +

Great Performances | s | Magical Mystery Tour Revisited tells the behind-the-scenes story of the making of the 1967 film. | R (9) 3/16 8:30pm, 3/17 2:30am; (+) 3/13 4am

11pm KQED +

Globe Trekker Globe Trekker Special: World History — England features a visit to the Royal Pavilion in Brighton and a canal ride up to the Yorkshire Moors. | D | R (+) 3/13 5am

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/14 1am

8:30 KQED +

A ’60s Pop Flashback: Hullabaloo (My Music) | s | | R (+) 3/14 2:30am

9pm

KQED 9

American Masters | s | Harper Lee: Hey, Boo explores the phenomenon behind To Kill a Mockingbird and the mysterious life of its Pulitzer Prize–winning author, including why she never published again. | R (9) 3/14 3am, 3/16 5pm

10:30 KQED +

Best of KQED Plus | s | Fundraising programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 3/14 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

Audrey Hepburn Remembered Hear from the star herself about her career, and about the family and friendships that were her priority. | R (9) 3/14 5am

KQED.org

Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 3/12 4am

ImageMakers In Sickness and in Health. | R (9) 3/12 5:30am

Wednesday 13

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9pm

Agatha Christie’s Poirot | s | #603 Hickory Dickory Dock. Miss Lemon’s mind appears to be elsewhere when a letter typed by the secretary for Poirot is littered with mistakes. | R (+) 3/12 2am

11:30 KQED 9

Great Performances Magical Mystery Tour Revisited tells the behind-the-scenes story of the making of the 1967 film. | R (9) 3/12 4:30am, 3/16 8:30pm, 3/17 2:30am; (+) 3/12 10pm, 3/13 4am

KQED Public Television

Austin City Limits Robert Earl Keen/Hayes Carll.

10:30 KQED 9

KQED Public Radio

11pm KQED +

Secrets of Highclere Castle | s | See how life was — and is — lived in Highclere Castle, the stand-in for the fictional Downton Abbey. | R (9) 3/11 2:30am

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Early

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

mid

KQED +

Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED +

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KQED 9

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6am-7pm

mid

KQED +

Tavis Smiley | H |

KQED +

Tavis Smiley | H |

ImageMakers | q | Last Flight. What will you be thinking about in the last moments of your life?

12:30 KQED +

Body’s Secret Army This eye-opening journey takes us deep inside the human body to explore the immune system. | D

12:30 KQED +

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

1-6am

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

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

1-6am

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

6-10am KQED 9

See page 25 for program schedule.

6am-7pm E vening

KQED +

Super Brain with Dr. Rudy Tanzi | s | R (+) 3/15 1am, 3/16 10pm, 3/17 4am

KQED +

New Tricks | s | #308 Congratulations. | R (+) 3/16 1am

7:30

The Doors Live at the Bowl ’68 | H | s | On July 5, 1968, the Doors took to the stage of the Hollywood Bowl for a concert that has since passed into legend. | R (9) 3/15 1:30am, 3/16 10pm, 3/17 4am

7:30

KQED 9

This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 3/16 1:30am; (+) 3/16 12:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Washington Week | H | | R (9) 3/16 2am

KQED 9

KQED 9

10pm KQED 9

11pm KQED +

KQED 9

See page 25 for program schedule.

7pm

KQED +

16

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/15 1am

9pm

KQED 9

Early Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

Evening 7pm

Saturday 16

The Who Live in Texas ’75 | H | s | Filmed at the Summit arena in Houston on November 20, 1975, this program captures the Who at the peak of their incendiary performance career. | R (9) 3/15 3am

KQED 9

Jews and Baseball Yogi Berra, Sandy Koufax and more greats are featured in this look at Jewish Americans and baseball. | R (+) 3/15 5am

6am-7pm KQED +

Simply Ming | H | Wine and Tapas. Essential Pépin | q | Easy and Elegant Seafood. | D

11am KQED 9

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated | H | Spicy Fall Sweets.

11:30am-5pm KQED 9

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Magic Moments — The Best of ’50s Pop (My Music) | s | | R (9) 3/16 2:30am, 3/20 7:30pm, 3/21 1:30am

Afternoon

9pm KQED +

Masterpiece Mystery! |s | Miss Marple, Series V: The Secret of Chimneys. A lavish weekend party sees Miss Marple accompany Lady Virginia Revel to her family home of Chimneys. In the middle of the night, the sound of a gunshot is heard from a secret passageway in the house and Count Ludwig von Stainach is found dead. | D | R (+) 3/16 3am

10:30 KQED 9

Need to Know | H | | R (9) 3/16 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Mind Benders. Films include Colour Bleed, West of the Moon and The Eggbreakers. | R (9) 3/16 5am

KQED +

Moyers & Company | H | | R (+) 3/16 5am, 3/18 mid

11:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Psycho Killer. Films include Interview and The Piano Tuner. | R (9) 3/16 5:30am

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

10:30 KQED 9

Hetty Wainthropp Investigates | s | #110 Digging for Dirt. | R (+) 3/16 2am

KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Fund-raising 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.

10am KQED 9

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Unleash the Power of the Female Brain with Dr. Amen | s | Best-selling author and brain expert Dr. Daniel Amen offers insight on the unique characteristics and needs of the female brain along with a practical, prescriptive program targeted specifically for women to help them thrive. | R (+) 3/15 3am Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 3/15 4am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/16 1am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) 3/18 noon

5pm

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Best of KQED Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. American Masters | s | Harper Lee: Hey, Boo.

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

Great Performances | s | The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour. | R (9) 3/17 1am

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Shift Happens! Live an Inspired Life with Dr. Robert Holden | H | s | Renowned British author, speaker and sought-after coach Dr. Robert Holden offers viewers a program of change and transformation, of hope and personal evolution. | R (+) 3/17 1am

8:30

Great Performances | s | Magical Mystery Tour Revisited. | R (9) 3/17 2:30am

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Protect Your Memory with Dr. Neal Barnard | H | s | | R (+) 3/17 2:30am

10pm KQED 9

The Doors Live at the Bowl ’68 | s | R (9) 3/17 4am

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Super Brain with Dr. Rudy Tanzi | s | R (+) 3/17 4am

11:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers My First Crush. | R (9) 3/17 5:30am


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ImageMakers | q | Modern Times. Films include Das Tub, Watching and Above the Knee.

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On Story #103. Comedy in film is discussed with Harold Ramis, Judd Apatow, Buck Henry and Jon Lucas.

mid

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

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

KQED 9

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Moyers & Company

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

E vening 7pm

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Downton Abbey Season 3 Marathon | s | The Great War is over and the long-awaited engagement of Lady Mary and Matthew is on, but all is not tranquil at Downton Abbey as wrenching social changes, romantic intrigues and personal crises grip the majestic English country estate. Shirley MacLaine joins the muchloved cast, which includes Dame Maggie Smith, Elizabeth McGovern, Hugh Bonneville, Dan Stevens and Michelle Dockery.

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/19 1am

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Doc Martin #506 Don’t Let Go. | R (+) 3/19 1am

7:30

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ImageMakers | q | Lost and Found. | R (9) 3/19 1:30am

8pm

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Antiques Roadshow Spokane, Hour 3 of 3. | R (9) 3/19 2am

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Agatha Christie’s Poirot #604 Dumb Witness. Mystical premonitions, a family inheritance and suspicious murders ruin Poirot’s recreational plans. | R (+) 3/19 2am

9pm

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Market Warriors Antiquing in New York, NY. | R (9) 3/19 3am

10pm KQED 9

Sound Tracks: Music Without Borders | q | Hear the stories behind music and its creators. | R (9) 3/19 4am

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Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide #101 follows six actress-advocates as they travel to six countries and meet inspiring, courageous individuals who are confronting oppression and developing real, meaningful solutions through health care, education and economic empowerment for women and girls. | D | R (+) 3/19 4am

Tuesday 19 Early mid

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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Tavis Smiley | s |

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This is Us | q | California History. Features profiles of eighth-generation Californian Greg Smesstad and Buffalo Soldier expert Anthony Powell.

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/20 1am Revolutionaries | q | Steve Jobs: The Authorized Biography features Steve Jobs’ biographer, Walter Isaacson, in conversation with Computer History Museum CEO John Hollar. | R (9) 3/24 mid; (+) 3/20 1am, 3/23 3pm

In honor of Women’s History Month, Spark features Bay Area women who work in the performing and visual arts. A Heritage Month program guide and community resource list is available to view and download at kqed.org/heritage. 7:30

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Spark | q | Erika Chong Shuch, Jesus Aguilar, Kathy Aoki, M dot Strange. | R (9) 3/20 1:30am, 3/22 11:30pm, 3/23 5:30am

8pm

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Nature Victoria Falls. Cutting across the Zambezi River, the largest waterfall in the world is a place of epic proportions. | R (9) 3/20 2am, 3/24 11am

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KQED.org

From England to the Mediterranean, Poirot (David Suchet) pits his wits against killers and kidnappers, poisoners and potters, and thieves and traitors in a compelling compendium of crime.

Secrets of the Manor House looks at the British titled class in Edwardian times and the servants working in their estates. | D | R (+) 3/20 2am

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Photo: ITV Global Entertainment.

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Austin City Limits The National/Band of Horses.

PBS Arts from Cleveland: Women Who Rock showcases performances by and interviews with Bonnie Raitt, Cyndi Lauper and other women musicians. | R (9) 3/19 5am

KQED Public Television

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Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 3/18 1am

Austin City Limits The National/Band of Horses. | R (9) 3/18 mid

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. Download our On Q iPad app for up-to-date schedules. 6am-mid KQED +

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Niagara Falls features stunning views plus profiles of quirky visitors and workers from the nation’s first great symbol. | R (9) 3/20 3am Time Team Special Edition Accompany a team of archaeologists on an expedition to Jamestown and to Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace. | R (+) 3/20 3am

10pm KQED 9

FRONTLINE | H | TBA. | R (9) 3/20 4am

11pm KQED 9

Uniform Betrayal: Rape in the Military | H | The issue of sexual assault and rape in the military is explored through the eyes of survivors. | R (9) 3/20 5am

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Global Spirit The Spiritual Quest. Phil Cousineau hosts a discussion of the spiritual quest as a personal and religious phenomenon. | R (+) 3/20 5am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #504 Memo’s Mexican Cuisine, Souls Restaurant, Flea Street Café.

1-6am

6am-7pm

Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule. See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/21 1am Best of KQED Plus | s | Fundraising programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 3/21 1am Magic Moments — The Best of ’50s Pop (My Music) | s | | R (9) 3/21 1:30am Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 3/21 3:30am

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KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED +

ImageMakers | q | School Days. Films include First Match and Public.

10:30 KQED 9

1-6am

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

ImageMakers | q | Love Is Complicated. | R (9) 3/23 4:30am

KQED +

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes #117. | R (+) 3/23 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

Need to Know | H | R (9) 3/23 5am; (+) 3/23 1:30pm

KQED +

Moyers & Company | H | R (9) 3/24 5pm; (+) 3/23 5am & 4pm, 3/25 mid

11:30 KQED 9

Spark | q | Erika Chong Shuch, Jesus Aguilar, Kathy Aoki, M dot Strange. | R (9) 3/23 5:30am

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/22 1am Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 3/22 1am Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 3/22 1:30am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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The War Against Microbes is an eye-opening journey through the important advances in our understanding of infectious diseases. | R (+) 3/23 5pm

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

E vening 7pm

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/23 1am

KQED +

New Tricks #401 Casualty. | R (+) 3/23 1am

7:30

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This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 3/23 1:30am, 3/24 4pm; (+) 3/23 12:30am & 1pm

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Washington Week | H | | R (9) 3/23 2am

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Masterpiece Mystery! Miss Marple, Series V: The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side. A local fan consumes a poisoned daiquiri at a benefit thrown by a recently relocated Hollywood star. | D | R (+) 3/23 3am

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Hetty Wainthropp Investigates #111 Mind over Muscle. | R (+) 3/23 2am Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #611 Cafe Aquarius, Tanguito, Vega. | R (9) 3/23 2:30am Tina Fey: The Mark Twain Prize Steve Carell, Jimmy Fallon, Jon Hamm, Steve Martin and others pay tribute to the humor of Tina Fey. | R (9) 3/23 3am

Saturday 23 Early mid

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) 3/25 noon

KQED +

Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED +

This Week in Northern California | q | R (9) 1:30am, 3/24 4pm; (+) 1pm

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

6am

Raggs | q |

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Zoboomafoo | D

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

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Thomas and Friends | D

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood |D

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Bob the Builder | D

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Caillou

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Curious George | D

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Travelscope | q | Gathering in Scotland. | D

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

8:30

Martha Stewart’s Cooking School | H | Rice.

KQED 9

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood |D

9am

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #601 Don Pico’s Bistro, Lovejoy’s Tea Room, Saha.

KQED 9

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Caillou

9:30

The Mind of a Chef | H | Japan.

KQED 9

KQED +

Zoboomafoo | D

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Simply Ming | H | On the Road in San Antonio with Diana Barrios Trevino.

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Arthur | D

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America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated | H | Company’s Coming.

KQED +

This Old House | H | Cambridge 2012/Hearthstone, Waterfall Island Top.

11:30 KQED 9

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Tropical Barbecue.

KQED +

Ask This Old House Transplanting a Mature Rose Bush/Replacing Old Outdoor Lighting.

Afternoon Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence | H | q | Spiced Up.

KQED +

MotorWeek | H | Audi RS 5. | R (9) 4pm

12:30 KQED 9

Lidia’s Italy in America | H | St. Louis’ Little Italy.

KQED +

The McLaughlin Group | H | | R (9) 3/24 3:30pm

1pm

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #5120 Tropisueño, Bobo’s, Pisces California.

KQED 9

KQED + 1:30

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This Week in Northern California | q | R (9) 3/24 4pm Martha Stewart’s Cooking School | H | Frying.

KQED +

Need to Know

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Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef Spotlight on Crusts. | D

KQED +

Roadtrip Nation | q | Tempe, AZ/Albuquerque, NM.

2:30

Sara’s Weeknight Meals | H | Remembering Julia.

KQED 9

This is Us | q | Remarkable Women includes profiles artist Annie Morhauser and biologist Alacia Welch.

3pm

Antiques Roadshow Spokane, Hour 1 of 3.

KQED 9

KQED +

Revolutionaries | q | Steve Jobs: The Authorized Biography. | R (9) 3/24 mid

4pm

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MotorWeek | H | Audi RS 5.

KQED +

Moyers & Company | R (9) 3/24 5pm; (+) 3/25 mid

4:30

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Hometime | H | Timber Shed Doors.

5pm

KQED 9

This Old House | H | Cambridge 2012/Rounding the Corner.

KQED +

The War Against Microbes

5:30

Ask This Old House | H | #1122.

KQED 9

KQED +

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Rick Steves’ Europe Belgium: Bruges and Brussels.

6:30 KQED +

Rick Steves’ Europe Andalucia, Gibraltar and Tangier.

E vening 7pm

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #506 Incontro Ristorante, Aunti April’s, Butterfly. | R (9) 3/24 1am

KQED +

The Lawrence Welk Show Big Band. | R (+) 3/24 1am

7:30

ImageMakers | q | Imagine a World Without Me. | R (9) 3/24 1:30am

KQED 9

Dance the night away with two Fred Astaire classics — beginning at 8pm on KQED 9. 8pm

KQED 9

Top Hat (1935) An American dancer comes to Britain and falls for a model. Stars Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. | R (9) 3/24 2am

Sunday 24 Early mid

KQED 9

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

KQED +

Austin City Limits The Civil Wars/Punch Brothers. | R (9) 3/25 mid

1-6am

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

6am

Raggs | q | R (+) 3/29 6:30am

KQED 9

6am-mid KQED +

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

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

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KQED 9

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood |D

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Caillou

8am

KQED 9

Curious George | D

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

KQED +

Antiques Roadshow Boston, Hour 3 of 3. | R (+) 3/24 2am

9am

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Super Why! | D

9pm KQED +

British Antiques Roadshow | H | #312 East Kirkby 2. | R (+) 3/24 3am

9:30

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Dinosaur Train | D

10am KQED 9

Clifford the Big Red Dog | D

10:30 KQED 9

Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

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Nature Victoria Falls.

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Priceless Antiques Roadshow #112. | R (+) 3/24 3:30am Royal Wedding (1951) A brother and sister dance team (Fred Astaire and Jane Powell) travel to London to perform at the same time that Queen Elizabeth II is getting married. | R (9) 3/24 3:41am Midsomer Murders #407 Who Killed Cock Robin? Part 1. After a horse whisperer disappears, Barnaby comes face to face with a longstanding adversary. | R (+) 3/24 4am Midsomer Murders #408 Who Killed Cock Robin? Part 2. | R (+) 3/24 4:48am More Funny Ladies of British Comedy Penelope Keith hosts a look at some of the funniest moments from the great women of British comedy. | R (9) 3/24 5:15am

Afternoon noon KQED 9

Virtuoso: The Olga Samaroff Story | H | The true, yet untold story of one of America’s great female concert pianists of the early 20th century.

1pm

KQED 9

Grace Kelly: The American Princess presents an intimate perspective on the life of the actress-turned-princess.

2pm

KQED 9

Marilyn Monroe: Beyond the Legend features highlights from Monroe’s greatest moments on film as well as home movies and archival footage.

3pm

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Inside Washington | H |

3:30

KQED 9

The McLaughlin Group

4pm

KQED 9

This Week in Northern California | q |

4:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #712 Roti Indian, Chop Bar, Park Tavern.

5pm

KQED 9

Moyers & Company | R (+) 3/25 mid

6pm

KQED 9

Lifecasters | H | explores dramatic stories of compelling people whose life experiences defy categorization. | D

KQED.org

Travelscope | q | Papua New Guinea — Cultural Encounters in an Ancient World. | D

Life Is a Banquet: The Rosalind Russell Story is an insightful and warm profile narrated by Kathleen Turner.

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Essential Pépin | q | Cattle Call. | D

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Voces on PBS Escaramuza: Riding from the Heart. A gutsy team of women rodeo riders vie to represent the United States at the National Charro Championships. | D | R (9) 3/25 1am Live from Lincoln Center | H | Kristin Chenoweth: The Dames of Broadway . . . All of ’Em!!! Enjoy a concert of beloved Broadway songs by Emmy- and Tony-winner Kristin Chenoweth. | R (9) 3/25 2am Masterpiece Mystery! Miss Marple, Series IV: They Do It with Mirrors. During rehearsal for an amateur show, the power goes out, commotion ensues and a murder takes place. | D | R (9) 3/25 3am POV | H | Girl Model lifts the veil on the international modeling industry, revealing a world of deceit, exploitation and lost innocence. | R (9) 3/25 4:30am

7:30

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ImageMakers | q | When Sparks Fly. | R (9) 3/26 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow | H | Myrtle Beach, Hour 3 of 3. | R (9) 3/26 2am

KQED +

8:52 KQED +

Agatha Christie’s Poirot #202 Peril at End House, Part 2. | R (+) 3/26 2:52am

9pm

Shirley Temple: America’s Little Darling The magic of Shirley Temple comes through in this documentary, which not only examines the actress’ career, but also brings insight to how a golden-haired tyke could somehow soothe a nation and a world. | R (9) 3/26 3am, 3/31 7pm

KQED 9

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Monday 25 Early mid

KQED 9

Austin City Limits The Civil Wars/Punch Brothers.

KQED +

Moyers & Company

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/26 1am

KQED +

Doc Martin #507 Cats and Sharks. | R (+) 3/26 1am

Agatha Christie’s Poirot #201 Peril at End House, Part 1. Poirot meets Nick Buckley, who has three near fatal accidents that may in fact be murder attempts. | R (+) 3/26 2am

KQED +

180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School | H | #101. This two-part program takes you on a uniquely intimate journey through a year in the lives of students, teachers and school leaders in one Washington, D.C., public high school. | R (9) 3/26 4am Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide #102. | D | R (+) 3/26 4am

Tuesday 26 Early mid

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

KQED +

Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED +

This is Us | q | Performing Arts features Opera San Jose founder Irene Dalis and Karen Gabey, principal dancer, San Jose Ballet.

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/27 1am

KQED +

Revolutionaries | q | An Evening with Marissa Mayer. Interviewed by NPR’s Laura Sydell when she was still with Google, Mayer talks about her education, being hired as Google’s first female engineer and much more. | R (9) 3/31 mid; (+) 3/27 1am

7:30

Spark | q | Wayne Thiebaud, Vienna Teng, Janice Garrett includes a visit with singersongwriter Vienna Teng and choreographer Janice Garrett. | R (9) 3/27 1:30am

KQED 9

Head back to the Wild West — beginning at 8pm on KQED 9. 8pm

KQED 9

Jesse James: American Experience The story of Jesse James remains one of America’s most cherished tales ... and one of its most fictitious. James, so the legend goes, was a Western outlaw, though, in fact, he never went West; America’s Robin Hood, though he robbed from the poor as well as the rich; a gunfighter, though his victims were almost always unarmed. | D | R (9) 3/27 2am

Photo: Model casting, courtesy A. Sabin.

Girl Model was an Official Selection of the 2011 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam and the Toronto International Film Festival.


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Nova Separating Twins tells the incredible story of twin girls born joined at the head as they prepare for separation surgery. | D | R (+) 3/27 3am 180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School | H | #102. This is part two of a uniquely intimate journey through a year in the lives of students, teachers and school leaders in one Washington, D.C., public high school. | R (9) 3/27 4am Tavis Smiley Reports | H | Education Under Arrest looks at the efforts by those on the front lines of juvenile justice reform. | R (+) 3/27 4am

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Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #505 Chez Spencer, Broken Record, Marnee Thai. | R (+) 3/31 1pm

12:30 KQED +

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

ImageMakers | q | We’re Desperate (Get Used to It). Films include Checkmate, Northeast Front and A Doctor’s Job.

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

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See page 25 for program schedule.

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Global Spirit Forgiveness and Healing. This episode explores forgiveness and healing on a personal and societal level. | R (+) 3/27 5am 8pm

9pm

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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. | R (+) 3/28 1am

7pm-mid KQED +

QUEST | q | How Edison Got His Groove Back/Science Flexes Its Muscles. Discover how researchers are recovering 100-year-old sound recordings and learn about the technology race to detect performanceenhancing drugs. | R (9) 3/28 1:30am, 3/31 5pm; (+) 3/29 12:30am, 3/30 5pm Nature Braving Iraq follows the effort to restore the Mesopotamian Marshes, a wildlife habitat destroyed by Saddam Hussein. | D | R (9) 3/28 2am, 3/31 11am

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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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QUEST | q | How Edison Got His Groove Back/Science Flexes Its Muscles. Discover how researchers are recovering 100-year-old sound recordings and learn about the technology race to detect performanceenhancing drugs. | R (9) 3/31 5pm; (+) 3/30 5pm

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NOVA Hunting the Elements. Enter the world of weird, extreme chemistry on a quest to unlock the secrets of the elements. | R (9) 3/28 3am Joy of Sox | H | Weird Science and the Power of Intention. Fan energy at Boston Red Sox games is measured to prove that positive emotions are contagious. | R (9) 3/28 5am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/29 1am

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/28 1am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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Billy the Kid: American Experience sheds light on the true story behind the hardscrabble outlaw who earned a deadly reputation. | D | R (9) 3/27 3am

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NOVA Cracking Your Genetic Code. What will it mean when most of us can have the information in our DNA available for analysis? | R (+) 3/27 2am

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Nightly Business Report | R (9) 3/30 1am

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New Tricks #402 God’s Waiting Room. | R (+) 3/30 1am

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This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 3/30 1:30am, 3/31 4pm; (+) 3/30 12:30am & 1pm

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Washington Week | H | | R (9) 3/30 2am Hetty Wainthropp Investigates #112 Blood Relations. | R (+) 3/30 2am, 3/31 5pm Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #612 Helmand Palace, El Huarache Loco, Izzy’s. | R (9) 3/30 2:30am America in Primetime Independent Woman. Television show writers and actors discuss a character archetype that has remained a staple of primetime. | D | R (9) 3/30 3am Masterpiece Mystery! Miss Marple, Series IV: A Pocket Full of Rye. Murders are being committed by a killer obsessed with the nursery rhyme “Sing a Song of Sixpence.” | D American Masters | H | Philip Roth: Unmasked. In candid interviews, author Philip Roth discusses intimate aspects of his life and art as he has never done before: his unliterary upbringing in Newark, NJ, his writing process, the inspiration behind his most famous novels and the many controversies he stirred throughout his career. | R (9) 3/30 4am Adventures of Sherlock Holmes #118. | R (+) 3/30 4:30am

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Moyers & Company | H | | R (+) 3/30 5am & 4pm

11:30 KQED 9

Need to Know | H | R (9) 3/30 5:30am; (+) 3/30 1:30pm

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5:30 KQED +

Travelscope | q | Italy: Friuli Venezia Giulia — Italy’s Hidden Region. | D

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Rick Steves’ Europe Provence: Legendary Light, Wind and Wine.

6:30 KQED +

Rick Steves’ Europe Oslo.

Evening 7pm KQED +

The Lawrence Welk Show Easter. | R (+) 3/31 1am

8pm KQED +

Antiques Roadshow Myrtle Beach, Hour 1 of 3. | R (+) 3/31 2am & 6pm

Curious George | D

9pm KQED +

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

British Antiques Roadshow | H | #313 Exmouth. | R (+) 3/31 3am

9:30 KQED +

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood |D

Priceless Antiques Roadshow #113. | R (+) 3/31 3:30am

10pm KQED +

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Caillou

9:30 KQED +

Zoboomafoo | D

10am KQED 9

Simply Ming | H | Fish Broth.

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Midsomer Murders #409 Dark Autumn, Part 1. The death of a village postman leads the team to a twisted murderer scarred by childhood memories. | R (+) 3/31 4am & 3pm

Wild Kratts

10:48 KQED +

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Essential Pépin | q | Fruit Fête. | D

Midsomer Murders #410 Dark Autumn, Part 2. | R (+) 3/31 4:48am & 3:48pm

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Arthur | D

11am KQED 9

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated | H | Breakfast Standbys.

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Zoboomafoo | D

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Thomas and Friends | D

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Bob the Builder | D

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This Old House | H | Cambridge 2012/Secondary Spaces. Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. Ask This Old House Restoring Terrazzo Floors/ Repairing a Cracked Floor Joist.

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Revolutionaries | q | An Evening with Marissa Mayer.

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Austin City Limits Bonnie Raitt/ Mavis Staples.

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6am

Raggs | D

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

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Thomas and Friends | D

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Bob the Builder | D

MotorWeek | H | Chevrolet Camaro 1LE.

7:30

Caillou

The McLaughlin Group | H | | R (9) 3/31 3:30pm

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Curious George

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Afternoon

1pm KQED +

This Week in Northern California | q | R (9) 3/31 4pm

1:30 KQED +

Need to Know

2pm KQED +

Roadtrip Nation | q | Albuquerque, NM/Chicago, IL.

2:30 KQED +

This is Us | q | Female Astronomers profiles female astronomers living in Northern California.

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

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood | D

9am

Super Why! | D

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Dinosaur Train | D

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Zoboomafoo | D

Revolutionaries | q | IBM Centennial. Hear about the importance and meaning of IBM’s centennial as a corporation from Samuel J. Palmisano.

10am KQED 9

Clifford the Big Red Dog | D

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Wild Kratts

10:30 KQED 9

Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

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The Electric Company | D

4pm KQED +

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Nature Braving Iraq. | D

Moyers & Company

5pm KQED +

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QUEST | q | How Edison Got His Groove Back/Science Flexes Its Muscles. | R (9) 3/31 5pm

Burt Wolf: Taste of Freedom Easter.

11:30 KQED +

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Pasta, Please.

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3pm The Spirit of St. Louis | H | (1957) Charles Lindbergh (James Stewart) attempts to become the first man to fly nonstop across the Atlantic to Paris in 1927. Also features Patricia Smith and Murray Hamilton.

KQED 9

Inside Washington | H |

KQED +

Midsomer Murders #409 Dark Autumn, Part 1.

3:30

The McLaughlin Group

KQED 9

3:48 KQED +

Midsomer Murders #410 Dark Autumn, Part 2.

4pm

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This Week in Northern California | q |

KQED +

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Dinner at the Diner.

4:30

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

12:30 KQED +

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence | q | You Say Tomato.

5pm

KQED 9

QUEST How Edison Got His Groove Back/Science Flexes Its Muscles.

1pm KQED +

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #505 Chez Spencer, Broken Record, Marnee Thai.

KQED +

Hetty Wainthropp Investigates #112 Blood Relations.

1:30 KQED +

Mexico — One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless Chiles Rellenos: The Stuff of Passion.

5:30

Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories | q | Child of Giants: My Journey with Maynard Dixon and Dorothea Lange. The sons of photographer Dorothea Lange and painter Maynard Dixon struggle to find their own paths.

2pm KQED +

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Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | Crock of Flavor. | D Serving America: Memories of Peace Corps | H | Personal stories from volunteers and archival film highlight the early years of the Peace Corps. Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions | H | Luzern for Fun and Profit.

6pm KQED +

Antiques Roadshow Myrtle Beach, Hour 1 of 3.

8pm

KQED 9

Call the Midwife (Season 2 ) | H | #201. Nonnatus House opens its doors to warmly welcome you back into 1950s East End London and continues to follow a community of exceptional midwives and nursing nuns.

KQED +

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

9pm

Masterpiece Classic | H | Mr. Selfridge. Jeremy Piven (Entourage) stars as Harry Gordon Selfridge, an American wheeler-dealer American who shows early 1900s Londoners how to shop.

KQED 9

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Marie Antoinette examines the life this controversial monarch, from her childhood to her final hours. | D

11pm KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Marriage Is a Sentence.

KQED +

The Black Kungfu Experience shares the compelling stories of kungfu’s African American pioneers, including Ron van Clief.

11:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | The Company of Men.

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

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Shirley Temple: America’s Little Darling Vatican City and the Papacy with Burt Wolf

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Afternoon /Early evening noon Mon–Fri Charlie Rose 1:00 Mon–Fri Check, Please! Bay Area + 1:30 Mon–Fri America’s Test Kitchen + 2:00 Mon Jacques Pépin + Tue–Thu Julia Child + Fri Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home + 2:30 Mon–Fri BBC World News America (Live) + 3:00 Mon–Fri PBS NewsHour 4:00 Mon–Fri BBC World News America 4:30 Mon–Fri Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:00 Mon–Fri The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 5:30 Mon–Fri Wild Kratts 6:00 Mon–Fri PBS NewsHour

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M orning 6:00 Mon–Fri Zoboomafoo 6:30 Mon–Fri Raggs 7:00 Mon–Fri Sesame Street 8:00 Mon–Fri WordWorld 8:30 Mon–Fri Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:00 Mon–Fri Caillou 9:30 Mon–Fri Sid the Science Kid (except Fri 3/29 Sid the Science Kid: The Movie) 10:00 Mon–Fri Curious George 10:30 Mon–Fri The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 11:00 Mon–Fri Clifford’s Puppy Days (except Fri 3/1 The Cat in the Hat) 11:30 Mon–Fri Clifford the Big Red Dog Afternoon /Early evening noon Mon–Fri Sesame Street 1:00 Mon–Fri Barney and Friends (except Mon 3/25 Shalom Sesame) 1:30 Mon–Fri Caillou 2:00 Mon–Fri Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 2:30 Mon–Fri Thomas and Friends 3:00 Mon–Fri The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 3:30 Mon–Fri Zoboomafoo 4:00 Mon–Fri Wild Kratts 4:30 Mon–Fri Arthur 5:00 Mon–Fri Martha Speaks 5:30 Mon–Fri The Electric Company 6:00 Mon–Fri Wild Kratts 6:30 Mon–Fri Nightly Business Report

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

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

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Afternoon/Evening noon Garden Smart 12:30 Victory Garden 1:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 1:30 Growing a Greener World 2:00 America’s Heartland 2:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope 3:00 Travels to the Edge with Art Wolfe 3:30 Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions 4:00 Smart Travels with Rudy Maxa 4:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:00 Equitrekking Adventures 5:30 Spark 6:00 Jacques Pépin 6:30 Check, Please! Bay Area 7:00 Music Specials 8:00 Austin City Limits 9:00 Masterpiece 10:30 ImageMakers 11:00 Specials

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Morning mid-6am Best of World 6:00 Moyers & Company 7:00 Need to Know 7:30 QUEST 8:00 Religion and Ethics Newsweekly 8:30 WealthTrack 9:00 The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 The McLaughlin Group 10:30 Washington Week 11:00 This Week in Northern California 11:30 Moyers & Company

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

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

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