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Photos pages 2 & 3 (top to bottom): Prohibition, John Binder Collection; New York Daily News; Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division.

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Single-issue campaigns. Ruthless lobbying. Demonization of immigrants. Culture wars. In 2011? Yes. In 1911? Yes. The similarities between politics today and 100 years ago during the battle for Prohibition are startling and, one would hope, instructive. Prohibition, a new three-part, six-hour documentary series by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, tells the true story of the rise, rule, and fall of the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It was called the Noble Experiment, but it was in fact one of America’s most notorious civic failures, an object lesson in the challenge of legislating human behavior. This summer, KQED brought Lynn Novick and author Daniel Okrent (Last Call: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition) to San Francisco for a conversation with educators about civility and democracy. Novick started by noting that she and Ken Burns didn’t know a lot about Prohibition before they started the film. “It was a voyage of discovery for us. ... The unintended consequences of the 18th Amendment and the Volstead Act are stunning to contemplate, and they make Prohibition an utterly relevant, cautionary tale about the dangers of believing there can ever be a quick fix for complex social problems.” As the discussion moved from the similarities between Prohibition and California’s recent marijuana initiative to the urban-rural divide and the rise of tabloids, it was pointed out that San Francisco openly ignored Prohibition, and Okrent added that it wasn’t the only city. Baltimore, Boston, New Orleans, Detroit, and New York openly thumbed their noses at the “drys” too. What did they all have in common? They were all urban, heavily Catholic, port cities. It’s not surprising how little most Prohibition airs October 2, 3, and 4, at 8pm on KQED 9. of us know about Prohibition. Okrent At pbs.org/prohibition you’ll find selections noted that Prohibition is just a paragraph from scripts, video outtakes and transcripts in textbooks. “Why is it diminished?” from interviews, archival footage, photographs, he asked. “People think of it as an and music. There are also educational outreach materials and lesson plans that will aberration, but it is about the relationenable teachers to use Prohibition as a ships between citizens and government historical lens to explore the role of dissent and citizens and citizens.” Now we all and protest in America and the role of civic have a chance to be better informed. engagement in society.

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A new film from Ken Burns and Lynn Novick explores the era of speakeasies, bootleggers, and constitutional chaos.

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Quintessentially Pépin Members of the Essential Pépin crew share some favorite memories:

Is the kitchen the most relaxing place in your home? It probably wouldn’t surprise you to know that it is for chef Jacques Pépin. Cook, relax, and welcome Jacques back in to your kitchen this fall as he prepares more than 125 of his favorite recipes. The new KQED-produced series Essential Pépin includes everything that’s essential to Jacques—his nearly tangible love of food and cooking, his teaching and mentoring, and his family and friends. His daughter Claudine, granddaughter Shorey, best friend of 50 years Jean-Claude, and other guest chefs make appearances and occasionally share cooking duties with the master. In each ingredient-driven episode, the 75-year-old culinary legend provides step-by-step instruction for creating a mouthwatering dish and demonstrates his impeccable technique, from chopping an onion to peeling a softly boiled egg to breaking down a leg of lamb. From easy to elegant, Essential Pépin showcases Jacques’ masterful technique with dishes such as homey Braised Beef in Red Wine, Poached Trout in Vegetable Broth and an uncomplicated Quick Almond Plum Cake. Novice cooks will be encouraged to take their first culinary steps, and seasoned home chefs will be enticed into trying something new.

Photos (l. to r.): Jacques shares a laugh with daughter Claudine and best friend Jean-Claude Szurdak; The KQED crew poses with Jacques and Jean-Claude.

Essential Pépin airs on KQED 9 Saturdays at 10:30am beginning October 15. Visit kqed.org/jacquespepin to watch episodes you missed on television and find recipes from the series. View a slideshow detailing behindthe-scenes activity and a video tribute to Jacques as well as a gallery of his artwork. The Essential Pépin companion book contains more than 700 of Jacques’ all-time favorite recipes, as well as a DVD showcasing his techniques. The book, published by Houghton Mifflin, will be out on October 18, 2011.

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“I have had so many wonderful experiences working with Jacques on his cooking shows. What’s not to love about his world of food, wine, and art? The truth is that Jacques is a very likeable and generous person. Since his family is so clearly important to him, I wanted to share this story. I first met Jacques’ five-year-old granddaughter Shorey in the KQED greenroom on her first day of filming. Clearly, she had heard in advance that I was going to do her makeup and hair. With very little coaching, Shorey followed me into the makeup room, and her eyes focused on all the makeup spread out on the counter. She climbed up onto the makeup chair still smiling with excitement, knowing that she was about to experience something her mother, Claudine, and grandfather had done moments before. After getting Shorey into makeup, hair, and wardrobe, it was time to tape the show. It turned out that Shorey was extremely comfortable in front of the camera. The crew fell in love with her. By the second show, she was quite the pro. This time when she followed me into the makeup room, Jacques was in the makeup chair. I gave Shorey a makeup brush and asked her to help me. She thought that was great fun and so did Jacques, having his face tickled by his granddaughter.” — Jenny Zielon, makeup artist

Photo (left): © 2010 Cristiana Ceppas.

“I thought it was very touching and human of Jacques in this crazy TV celebrity-chef world that he took time to have lunch (and usually a glass of wine) every day with his best friend Jean-Claude. They were always happy to share a meal after a very grueling schedule. Very French of him to always put time aside for friends and family!” — Christi Swett, culinary producer


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Can San Francisco residents still participate? Aboslutely! Visit kqed.org/publicinsight or text “mayor” to 30644 to share your thoughts.

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Why was it important for KQED News to hear from local residents? As an editorial team, we wanted to do something beyond following the campaign

trail and its cycle of speeches and press releases. The mayor’s race presented an opportunity to take the temperature, so to speak, of San Francisco residents. There are a lot of assumptions about who lives in San Francisco and what their priorities are. We needed to hear from the residents themselves about what’s important to them, in their own words. We want to keep hearing from residents all over Northern California—we hope to replicate these outreach efforts in communities across the Bay Area.

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The use of text messaging was innovative. Why did KQED News decide to include that in the project? Text messaging makes it easier for people to communicate with KQED. People no longer have to remember a URL and wait until they’re at a computer to share their insights. They can contact us immediately—as soon as they see a poster or hear the number. Cell phones are increasingly the center of media consumption. It makes sense that we connect with the community in that sphere.

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This was a unique project. How did KQED News go about collecting input from San Francisco residents? Our reporters and producers set up a “mobile listening booth” in high-traffic areas across the city. The goal at these booths was to hear from a cross-section of residents in each district. We created a survey using our Public Insight Network, which allowed residents to go to KQEDnews.org and tell us what they need from the city’s next mayor. We also launched a campaign that gives residents the ability to send us their thoughts from their smartphones via text message. I like to refer to it as our “talk, type, or text” campaign.

What will San Francisco’s next mayor need to do to make the city’s neighborhoods better places to live? KQED News is putting that question to local residents as part of an innovative project covering the San Francisco mayoral race. Reporters and others from KQED are visiting San Francisco neighborhoods and asking residents what it will take for a mayoral candidate to earn their vote. They also want to hear opinions on the biggest challenges facing local communities and the issues the next mayor needs to focus on. In addition to talking with reporters in person, San Franciscans can express their opinions by going to kqednews.org/publicinsight or by texting the word mayor to 30644. (Message and data rates may apply for text messages.) Residents’ input is helping determine how KQED News covers the race. Reporters are taking San Franciscans’ concerns directly to candidates to find out how they will address them if elected mayor. Amanda Stupi, KQED’s Public Insight Network editor, recently answered a few questions about the project.

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Attend a Mayoral Candidate Forum What does San Francisco’s next mayor need to do to make your neighborhood a better place to live? You’ll be able to tell the candidates what you think during the League of Women Voters of San Francisco mayoral candidate forum, set to be held from 6 to 8pm on Wednesday, October 5, at UCSF Mission Bay. The event is free, open to the public, and sponsored in part by KQED News. For more information, visit KQEDnews.org.

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KQED Staff Picks Who better to guide you to your new favorite public media programs and Web content than a KQED staff member? Television I don’t have a TV, but I do watch PBS programs on my computer with Netflix. I love the detailed and completely engrossing characters of Downton Abbey and I love the uncompromising journalistic integrity that Frontline maintains while still being relevant and interesting.

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Podcasts With Radiolab you spend an hour being totally engaged and entertained and you don’t even realize that you’re learning science. Listening to This American Life, I cry at least once a week in my cubicle at work.

Radio I like Forum for its ability to get me fired up in the morning (so aggravatingly and amazingly balanced!) and the hilarious/ cool/interesting guests. (Amy Sedaris episode—best thing ever?) I listen to Fresh Air because Terry Gross asks questions that no one else will ask but

KQED.org The Bay Bridged has great music podcasts that keep me up on local bands and who’s playing around the Bay each month. I regularly send this link to my friends. (kqed.org/arts/programs/baybridged)

KQED Education: Science Resources Generate interest in science and stimulate students’ imagination with KQED’s free, standards-aligned digital media resources for STEM education.

Clue into Climate: Fundamental science concepts presented through the lens of climate science. Saving the Bay: Teach the history and ecology of San Francisco Bay. Jean-Michel Cousteau—Ocean Adventures: Bring the ocean to science teaching with lessons, videos, and games.

QUEST: Resources bring middle and high school curriculum to life. Science Lab: Designed to support multi-media integration in science for pre-K to third grade classrooms.

What is Jacques Pépin’s granddaughter’s name?

Find it all at kqed.org/ScienceEd.

Read On Q and Win! Welcome back to the monthly contest especially for On Q readers from The Giveaway—KQED’s blog offering 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 October 5 to be entered to win

a pair of tickets to see Journey, Saturday, October 15, at Shoreline in Mountain View. For a chance to win more cool prizes, visit The Giveaway (kqed.org/giveaway) and check out the latest contest.

Photos (top to bottom) : Wendy Goodfriend; Rebekka Hu, California Academy of Sciences.

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For more details about the festival, visit bayareascience.org. For details about KQED’s science-related programming and events during the festival, visit kqed.org/sciencefestival.

Each year the 11-day Mill Valley Film Festival welcomes more than 200 filmmakers from around the world. Premieres, gala celebrations, tributes to actors and directors, live music, and seminars are just a few of the reasons Screen International named Mill Valley a Top 10 U.S. film festival. KQED is proud to be a media sponsor. For tickets and more information, visit mvff.com.

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and participating in various events. Notes KQED president John Boland, “Providing science news and information to the public through media and supporting science teachers in the classroom are part of KQED’s mission. We hope the festival will inspire even more people to explore the wonders of science.”

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Discovery Days— Science Carnival Events (All events 11am to 4pm)

The first-ever Bay Area Science Festival is coming to a location near you October 29–November 6. Spearheaded by UCSF, the festival will showcase the region’s world-class science centers, museums, and research institutions, along with a diverse and vast offering of large and small events with renowned scientists and science lovers alike. The ultimate aim of the festival is to inspire people of all ages to discover and explore the world around them. As a media partner, KQED will be show-casing science-related programming

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Check, Please! Bay Area Sundays in October, 6:30pm* Now you can listen to the popular KQED Public Television series on the radio. Join Leslie Sbrocco and Bay Area residents as they discuss their dining experiences in a lively roundtable format. *Pre-empts Cambridge Forum. Radiolab Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich present a first ever “best-of” season. Jad, Robert, and their team have picked five favorite episodes from the first six seasons of Radiolab.

(So-called) Life Wednesday, October 12, 8pm and Saturday, October 15, 1pm Radiolab asks what is natural in a world where biology and engineering intersect. Biotechnology is making it easier and easier to create new forms of life, but what are the consequences when humans play with life? We travel back to the first billion years of life on Earth, take a look at how modern engineers tinker with living things, and meet a woman who could have been two people.

This is one of several special science-related programs airing on KQED Public Radio and Television this month. See page 7 for information about KQED’s involvement in the first-ever Bay Area Science Festival.

League of Women Voters— San Francisco Mayoral Candidate Forum Thursday, October 6, 8pm Recorded live on October 5, 2011 at UCSF Mission Bay. Mayoral candidates will answer questions from journalists and community members about their plans if elected mayor of San Francisco. Freakonomics Radio Hosted by Stephen J. Dubner. Prepare to be enlightened, engaged, perhaps enraged and definitely surprised. The Upside of Quitting Thursday, October 13, 8pm You know the bromide: winners never quit and quitters never win. To which Freakonomics Radio responds, “Are you sure?” Sometimes quitting is strategic, and sometimes it’s the best thing you can do. It’s all about opportunity cost, but when do you quit one thing and start another? We will take a look at a broad survey of quitting data and speak with an aspiring baseball player and a prostitute about quitting after years of hard work, preparation, and chasing big earnings. We’ll talk with people on the verge of quitting—and some who couldn’t be happier that they already have.

The Computer History Museum Presents: Revolutionaries Worm: The First Digital World War Thursday, October 27, 8pm and Saturday, November 12, 1pm John Markoff of The New York Times moderates a conversation about the Conficker computer worm and the wages of this digital war, with author Bowden and T.J. Camapana, senior program manager for Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit. Campana is responsible for investigating cybercrime issues related to malware, botnets, hacking, and other criminal and security incidents involving Microsoft technologies, properties and services. A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor Saturdays, 6pm and Sundays, 11am Selected Shorts Saturdays, 8pm TBA City Arts & Lectures Sundays, 1pm, Tuesdays, 8pm, and Wednesdays, 2am 10/2, 10/4, & 10/5 Theoretical physicist and string theorist Brian Greene. 10/9, 10/11, & 10/12 Musician Bob Mould and Shepard Fairey, a contemporary artist, graphic designer, and illustrator who emerged from the skateboarding scene. 10/16, 10/18, & 10/19 Andy Borowitz, a comedian and satirist who won the first National Press Club Award for humor. 10/23, 10/25, & 10/26 Guitarist, singer, and composer Ry Cooder. 10/30, 11/1, & 11/2 Opera soprano Renée Fleming.

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Where Am I Wednesday, October 5, 8pm and Saturday, October 8, 1pm Radiolab examines the bond between brain and body and looks at what happens when it breaks. Author and neurologist Oliver Sacks tries to find himself using magnets, we talk to a neuroscientist who uses an optical illusion to solve a century-old mystery that haunts some amputees, and pilots describe surviving out-of-body experiences while flying fighter jets.

Zoos Wednesday, October 26, 8pm and Saturday, October 29, 1pm In a cruel trick of evolution, humans can stand just three feet from a ferocious animal and still be perfectly safe. This hour, Radiolab goes to the zoo to ask what’s with our need to get close to “wildness”? We examine where we stand in this paradox—starting with the Romans and ending in the wilds of Belize staring into the eyes of a wild jaguar.

Bronx, New York Thursday, October 20, 8pm The Bronx has long been a symbol of America’s failings. It’s still the poorest urban congressional district in the nation, and for many who live in New York’s other boroughs, the Bronx is usually a place to avoid. But despite the area’s troubles, some have stayed and put down roots, intent on surviving and making their borough better. This episode looks at the holdouts and the dreamers who’ve committed their lives to building community in the Bronx.

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Hour 405 Saturday, October 1, 9pm The Moth’s founder, George Dawes Green, details the fireworks when his mother learns the grounds of her family plantation are slated to be turned into a golf course; and a guard at Sing Sing is intrigued by a prisoner’s unusual and mysterious tattoo.

State of the Re:Union with Al Letson Al Letson travels the country to find compelling stories of community, and tells them with honesty, perspective, and deep curiosity.

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The Moth Radio Hour The Peabody Award–winning program features our most beloved tales and the stories behind the stories.

Stress Wednesday, October 19, 8pm and Saturday, October 22, 1pm This hour of Radiolab takes a long hard look at the body’s system for getting out of trouble. Stanford University neurologist (and part-time “baboonologist”) Dr. Robert Sapolsky takes us through what happens in our insides when we stand in the wrong line at the supermarket and offers a few coping strategies: gnawing on wood, beating the crap out of somebody, and having friends. Plus: the story of a singer who lost her voice and an author stuck in a body that never grew up.

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American RadioWorks Who Needs an English Major? The Future of Liberal Arts Education Saturday, October 1, 1pm Advocates of liberal arts programs say their graduates are among the most likely to become leaders and that a healthy democracy depends on citizens with a broad education. This program examines how America’s liberal arts programs are responding to the demands of the 21st century.

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Sara’s Weeknight Meals | H | #201.

KQED is proud to present the eighth season of Roadtrip Nation, which follows two groups of twenty-somethings as they cross the nation trying to answer the age-old question: What do I want to do with my life? KQED 9

Roadtrip Nation | H | q | #801. | R (9) 10/2 mid; (+) 10/5 7:30pm, 10/6 1:30am, 10/8 2pm

KQED + Journey for Good: Tanzania | H | Six women travel across the world to Tanzania to embark on a life-changing journey. | D | R (9) 6pm

3pm

KQED 9

KQED + Rachel’s Favorite Food for Living | H | Sunday Lunch.

Antiques Roadshow Raleigh, Hour 1 of 3.

Journey for Good: Tanzania | H | Six women travel across the world to Tanzania to embark on a life-changing journey. |D

KQED + Hayloft Gang: The Story of the National Barn Dance | H | tells the story of a changing America through the lens of one of early radio’s most popular programs. | D KQED 9

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

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

Ebert Presents At the Movies | H | R (9) 11:30pm, 10/2 1am, 5:30am, & 4:30pm, 10/3 7:30pm, 10/4 1:30am

KQED + The Lawrence Welk Show | H | Salute to the U.S.A. | R (+) 10/2 1am

7:30

KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Lost and Found. | R (9) 10/2 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

The Thin Man (1934) (B&W) William Powell and Myrna Loy star as Nick and Nora Charles, a former detective and his glamorous wife who set out to solve the murder of an inventor. | R (9) 10/2 2am

Roadtrip Nation | q | #801. | R (+) 10/5 7:30pm, 10/6 1:30am, 10/8 2pm

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Austin City Limits | H | Mumford and Sons/Flogging Molly. | R (+) 10/7 11pm, 10/8 5am

12:30 KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #608. | R (9) 5:30pm; (+) 1pm

1-6am

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

6am

KQED 9

Raggs | q |

KQED + Zoboomafoo | D

6:30

KQED 9

KQED + Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED 9

KQED + Bob the Builder | D

7:30

KQED 9

KQED + Caillou | R (9) 10/4 7:30am, 10/9 7:30am

8am

KQED 9

KQED + Clifford’s Puppy Days | D | R (9) 10/28 10am

8:30

KQED 9

KQED + Clifford the Big Red Dog | D

9am

KQED 9

KQED + Martha Speaks | D

9:30

KQED 9

KQED + Arthur | D | R (9) 10/3 7am, 10/8 7am

10am KQED 9

Arthur | D Caillou

Curious George | D

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | D Super Why! Dinosaur Train | D

Clifford the Big Red Dog | D | R (+) 10/4 8:30am

KQED + Wild Kratts | R (9) 10/4 6:30am, 10/9 6:30am

10:30 KQED 9

Wild Kratts

Clifford’s Puppy Days | D | R (+) 10/13 8am

KQED + The Electric Company | D

11am KQED 9

Nature Cuba: The Accidental Eden. The rise in tourism may greatly affect the small island’s stunning biodiversity and wild landscapes. | D

KQED + Antiques Roadshow Louisville, Hour 3 of 3. | R (+) 10/2 2am

9pm

KQED + Priceless Antiques Roadshow | H | #122. | R (+) 10/2 3am

9:30

KQED + Priceless Antiques Roadshow | H | #123. | R (+) 10/2 3:30am

11:30 KQED + Ask This Old House #919.

9:33

KQED 9

noon KQED 9

After the Thin Man | H | (1936) (B&W) finds Nick and Nora Charles back in San Francisco after solving Nick’s last case in New York. | R (9) 10/2 3:33am

10pm KQED + Antiques Roadshow Hartford, Hour 1 of 3. | R (+) 10/2 4am & 6pm

KQED + This Old House Auburndale Project, Part 16 of 16. | R (+) 10/4 7pm, 10/5 1am

Afternoon Great Performances at the Met | H | Capriccio. Renée Fleming stars in Richard Strauss’s meditation on art and life, conducted by Andrew Davis.

KQED.org

6:30

Early

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

1:30

2:30

Ask This Old House #914.

Ebert Presents At the Movies | R (9) 10/2 1am, 5:30am, & 4:30pm, 10/3 7:30pm, 10/4 1:30am

Sunday 2

Ask This Old House #913.

KQED 9

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

12:30 KQED 9

Hometime | H |

KQED + Ask This Old House #917.

11:30 KQED 9

MotorWeek | H |

5pm

Afternoon

11pm KQED + Globe Trekker | H | Globe Trekker Food Hour: Morocco. | R (+) 10/2 5am

KQED Public Television

Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | Chockfull of Surprises. | D

KQED + The Electric Company | D

11am KQED 9

KQED + America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Chewy Brownies and Chocolate Cupcakes.

KQED Public Radio

3:30

Kimchi Chronicles | H | The Seafood Chronicles.

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KQED 9

KQED + Keeping Up Appearances #118 Iron Age Remains. | R (+) 10/3 2am, 10/12 9pm, 10/13 3am

8:30

KQED + Last of the Summer Wine #2304. | R (+) 10/3 2:30am

9pm

KQED + Masterpiece The Wind in the Willows. Matt Lucas and Bob Hoskins star in this magical tale of animals who behave like country gentleman. | D | R (+) 10/3 3am, 10/10 10pm, 10/11 4am

12:30 KQED + Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class | q | Beet Gorgonzola Salad & Veal Chops. 1pm

KQED + Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #608. | R (9) 5:30pm

1:30

KQED + Gourmet’s Adventures with Ruth Enrica Rocca’s Venice.

2pm

KQED + Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | Game Day Pressure. | D

2:30

KQED 9

A Harpist’s Legacy: Ann Hobson Pilot and the Sound of Change | H | profiles the inspirational life and distinguished career of the revered harpist.

KQED + Burt Wolf: What We Eat Domesticated Bliss: The Story of Livestock in America.

9:41

KQED 9

KQED 9

KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe South England; Dover to Lands’ End.

3:30

KQED 9

KQED + QUEST | q | Monitoring Marine Protected Areas. Marine protected areas have been established off the California coast to protect fragile marine ecosystems. Are they working?

11pm KQED + Surviving the Tsunami: A Nova Special Presentation | D | R (+) 10/3 5am

4pm

KQED 9

Monday 3

KQED + Foyle’s War #107 Eagle Day, Part 1.

4:30

KQED 9

KQED 9

Inside Washington | H |

The McLaughlin Group | H |

This Week in Northern California | q |

Ebert Presents At the Movies | R (9) 10/3 7:30pm, 10/4 1:30am America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated OldFashioned Fruit Desserts.

KQED + Foyle’s War #108 Eagle Day, Part 2.

5:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #608.

6pm

KQED 9

Surviving the Tsunami: A Nova Special Presentation Video footage and the stories of survivors reveal the destruction of the 2011 tsunami in Japan. | D | R (+) 11pm, 10/3 5am

10:30 KQED + ImageMakers | q | An Arrow Through the Heart. | R (+) 10/3 4:30am

11:24 KQED 9

KQED 9

KQED + Life on Mars #104.

6am-7pm

History Detectives | H | #910. | R (9) 10/3 1am

KQED + As Time Goes By #119. | R (+) 10/3 1am

7:30

KQED + May to December #104 Anything You Can Do. | R (+) 10/3 1:30am

KQED + Masterpiece Classic Mansfield Park. In one of Austen’s most complex plots, Billie Piper (Doctor Who, The Ruby in the Smoke) stars as Fanny Price, who goes to live with prosperous relatives at Mansfield Park. | D | R (+) 10/4 3:30am

10pm KQED 9

Tuesday 4 Early Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

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

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

1-6am

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

12:30 KQED + BBC World News

7pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/4 1am

6am-7pm

KQED + Lark Rise to Candleford #115. | R (+) 10/4 1am

Evening

7:30

KQED 9

Ebert Presents At the Movies | R (9) 10/4 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Prohibition | H | A Nation of Scofflaws examines the problems of enforcement during Prohibition as millions of people become lawbreakers. | D | R (9) 10pm, 10/4 2am & 4am, 10/9 3pm

Prohibition A Nation of Scofflaws. | D | R (9) 10/4 2am & 4am, 10/9 3pm

11pm KQED + Great Museums An Acquiring Mind: Philippe de Montebello and the Metropolitan Museum of Art examines the prolific tenure of New York Metropolitan Museum of Art’s longest-serving director. | R (+) 10/4 5am

Evening

E vening KQED 9

Soundstage Tim McGraw.

mid

KQED + Antiques Roadshow Hartford, Hour 1 of 3.

7pm

ImageMakers | q | A Higher Power. | R (9) 10/3 5:24am

E arly

1-6am

9:30

Prohibition A Nation of Drunkards. | D | R (9) 10/3 2am & 3:41am, 10/9 1pm

3pm

5pm

12

Prohibition | H | A Nation of Drunkards. Widespread consumption ignites the temperance campaign, and in 1917 alcohol is outlawed nationally. See page 3 for more information. | D | R (9) 9:41pm, 10/3 2am & 3:41am, 10/9 1pm

8pm

KQED + Masterpiece Classic Persuasion. Sally Hawkins is Anne Elliot, destined for spinsterhood at age 27 after being persuaded eight years earlier to refuse the proposal of dashing Captain Wentworth (Rupert Penry-Jones). | D | R (+) 10/4 2am

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + This Old House Auburndale Project, Part 16 of 16. | R (+) 10/5 1am

7:30

KQED 9

KQED + Ask This Old House #918. | R (+) 10/5 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/5 1am

Spark | q | Youth Speaks, East Palo Alto Mural Art Project, Destiny Arts Youth Performance Company. | R (9) 10/5 1:30am, 10/7 11:30pm, 10/8 5:30am

Prohibition | H | A Nation of Hypocrites. By criminalizing the sale of alcohol, the law gave savvy gangsters a way to make huge profits. | D | R (9) 10pm, 10/5 2am & 4am, 10/9 5pm

Photo: Sense and Sensibility, Hattie Morahan as Elinor Dashwood and Charity Wakefield as Marianne Dashwood, ©BBC 2007 for MASTERPIECE.

noon KQED + America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Classic Beef Braises.


9:30

KQED + Masterpiece Classic Sense and Sensibility, Part 1. Sisters Elinor and Marianne Dashwood enter the marriage market virtually penniless. But then three handsome and apparently wellheeled men come courting.| D | R (+) 10/5 2am

Prohibition A Nation of Hypocrites. | D | R (9) 10/5 2am & 4am, 10/9 5pm

11pm KQED + Great Museums New Orleans: A Living Museum of Music looks at the vibrant culture of New Orleans through the eyes of native musicians, dancers, and street performers. | R (+) 10/5 5am

Wednesday 5

KQED + Roadtrip Nation | H | q | #801. | R (+) 10/6 1:30am, 10/8 2pm

8pm

KQED 9

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

KQED 9

Nova Building the Great Cathedrals. Hands-on experiments reveal architectural secrets used to erect these soaring, glass-filled walls. | D | R (9) 10/6 3am, 10/9 noon & 10:30pm, 10/10 4:30am

KQED + Keeping Up Appearances #117 Retirement. | R (+) 10/6 3am

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

9:30

KQED + Last of the Summer Wine #2305. | R (+) 10/6 3:30am

10pm KQED 9

KQED + This is Us | q | #305 features three profiles of World War II veterans. | R (+) 10/6 1am, 10/8 2:30pm

Early

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/6 1am

Nova Quest for Solomon’s Mines. Groundbreaking expeditions in the pockmarked desert of Jordan illuminate the legend of Solomon. | D | R (9) 10/6 4am, 10/9 11am

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

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

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Empire of the Eye: The Magic of Illusion Al Roker guides us on a journey into the secrets of illusion. | R (+) 10/7 1am & 10pm, 10/8 4am, 10/9 11pm, 10/10 5am

7:30

KQED 9

8pm

KQED + New Tricks | H | #505 Couldn’t Organize One. | R (+) 10/7 2am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + Inspector Morse #309 Death of the Self, Part 1. Morse and Lewis are sent to Italy to investigate the murder of an Englishwoman. | R (+) 10/7 3am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/7 1am

Santana. The Hits. Montreux | H | s | Carlos Santana brings together his unique blend of styles and sounds to deliver a blistering performance at the 2011 Montreux Jazz Festival. | R (9) 10/7 1:30am

Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 10/7 3am

10pm KQED + Inspector Morse #310 Death of the Self, Part 2. | R (+) 10/7 4am 11pm KQED + Independent Lens Adjust Your Color: The Truth of Petey Greene. Don Cheadle narrates a look at how radio’s first shock jock battled the system and his own demons. | R (+) 10/7 5am

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

KQED + Are You Being Served? #101. Are You Being Served? It’s back! Watch the episode that kicked off the popular British series in 1972. | R (+) 10/6 4am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

Evening

Thursday 6

KQED + May to December #105 They Didn’t Believe Me. | R (+) 10/6 2:30am

9pm

Discovering Secrets of the Vatican | R (9) 10/6 2am & 5am

KQED + Daylight: The Most Beautiful Train in the World Crew members and passengers recall the famous train that ran between Los Angeles and San Francisco. | R (+) 10/6 5am

8:30

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

KQED 9

6am-7pm

1-6am

7pm

11pm KQED 9

KQED + As Time Goes By #120. | R (+) 10/6 2am

12:30 KQED + BBC World News

E vening

10:30 KQED + Reggie Perrin #101. | R (+) 10/6 4:30am

8pm

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

Discovering Secrets of the Vatican reveals facts and secrets about the small sovereign city-state’s government, culture, and history. | R (9) 11pm, 10/6 2am & 5am

The Britcom block expands and moves to Wednesday night on KQED Plus.

E arly

QUEST | q | Mt. Umunhum/Asteroid Hunters/Fox. Trek 3,486 feet up Mt. Umunhum in Silicon Valley; hunt for asteroids; and meet the elusive North American gray fox. | R (9) 10/6 1:30am; (+) 10/9 3:30pm

KQED Public Television

Photo: Are You Being Served?, ©BBC 1975.

10pm KQED 9

KQED 9

KQED Public Radio

KQED + Masterpiece Classic Sense and Sensibility, Part 2. Bachelors Edward Ferrars and John Willoughby seem to have spurned the Dashwood sisters while another suitor has disappeared on a mysterious mission. | D | R (+) 10/5 3:30am

7:30

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8pm

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Friday 7

KQED 9

KQED + Wild Animal Baby Explorers |D

7:30

KQED 9

12:30 KQED + BBC World News

1-6am

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

KQED + Caillou | R (9) 10/10 7:30am, 10/15 7:30am

8am

KQED 9

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

KQED + Curious George | R (9) 10/9 8am

8:30

KQED 9

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

9am

KQED 9

Early Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H |

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Agatha Christie’s Poirot #109 The King of Clubs. A beautiful actress is accused of murdering a film studio owner. | R (+) 10/8 1am, 10/23 6pm

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

7:30

KQED 9

This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 10/8 1:30am; (+) 10/8 1pm

8pm

KQED 9

Washington Week | H | | R (9) 10/8 2am

KQED + Foyle’s War #201 Fifty Ships, Part 1. | R (+) 10/8 2am, 10/9 4pm

8:30

9pm

KQED 9

Best of KQED | s | Programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 10/8 2:30am

KQED + Foyle’s War #202 Fifty Ships, Part 2. | R (+) 10/8 3am, 10/9 5pm

10pm KQED + Empire of the Eye: The Magic of Illusion | R (+) 10/8 4am, 10/9 11pm, 10/10 5am 11pm KQED 9

Need to Know | H | | R (9) 10/8 5am

KQED + Austin City Limits | H | Mumford and Sons/Flogging Molly. | R (+) 10/8 5am

11:30 KQED 9

Spark | q | Youth Speaks, East Palo Alto Mural Art Project, Destiny Arts Youth Performance Company. | R (9) 10/8 5:30am

Early mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | | R (9) 10/10 2pm

Charlie Rose | H | | R (9) 10/10 noon

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

Travelscope | H | q | Taiwan— Forgotten People

Cuisine Culture | H | Thomas Henkelmann, Connecticut.

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #609. | R (9) 1pm, 10/9 12:30am; (+) 4:30pm, 10/9 1pm

KQED + Super Why! | D

9:30

KQED 9

KQED + Dinosaur Train | D

10am KQED 9

Kimchi Chronicles | H | The Bean Chronicles.

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

KQED + The Electric Company | D

11am KQED 9

noon KQED 9

KQED + Thomas and Friends | D

5pm

KQED 9

KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe French Riviera: Uniquely Chic.

5:30

KQED 9

KQED + California’s Gold | H | California Restaurants.

6pm

KQED 9

KQED + America’s Ballroom Challenge 2008 American Smooth. Tonight, the contestants compete in four dances—the waltz, the tango, the foxtrot, and the Viennese waltz.

Hometime | H |

This Old House TBA. | H | | R (+) 10/9 11am, 10/11 7pm, 10/12 1am

Ask This Old House | H | Transplanting Trees; Hooking Up Plumbing to a Washing Machine. | R (+) 10/9 11:30am, 10/11 7:30pm, 10/12 1:30am

Original Minds | H | Five teenagers stigmatized by being in special ed discover that they are smarter than they thought. |D

Evening

7:30

KQED 9

ImageMakers When Sparks Fly. | R (9) 10/9 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

The Music Man | H | (1962) A con man comes to a Midwestern town with a scam using a boy’s marching band program, but things don’t go according to plan. | R (9) 10/9 2am

KQED + Antiques Roadshow Las Vegas, Hour 1 of 3. | R (+) 10/9 2am

9pm

KQED + Priceless Antiques Roadshow | H | #124. | R (+) 10/9 3am

9:30

KQED + Priceless Antiques Roadshow | H | #125. | R (+) 10/9 3:30am

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

12:30 KQED 9

Lidia’s Italy in America | H | New England: Spicy and Sweet in New England.

KQED + The McLaughlin Group | H |

1pm

KQED 9

KQED + This Week in Northern California | q |

1:30

KQED 9

KQED + Healing Quest Eco-Fashion/ Greening Your Home/Deepak Chopra on Healing the Planet.

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #609. | R (9) 10/9 12:30am; (+) 4:30pm, 10/9 1pm

Vine Talk | H | Savoring Sonoma Coast Chardonnays.

KQED 9

KQED + Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #609. | R (9) 10/9 12:30am; (+) 10/9 1pm

KQED + The Lawrence Welk Show | H | Salute to Our Senior Citizens. | R (+) 10/9 1am

2:30

Wild Kratts | R (9) 10/11 5:30pm, 10/18 6:30am, 10/23 6:30am; (+) 10/11 4pm

KQED 9

KQED + Roadtrip Nation | q | #801.

KQED 9

4:30

MotorWeek | H |

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class | q | Summer Bean Pasta and Italian Bread Salad.

KQED + Zoboomafoo | D

KQED + Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Beef Meets Grill.

Afternoon

Raggs | q |

6:30

KQED 9

KQED 9

KQED 9

4pm

7pm

2pm

KQED 9

KQED + America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Italian Comfort Classics.

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated French Classics. | R (9) 10/31 1pm

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

6am

3:30

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen | H | Southern Classics.

KQED + Globe Trekker | H | Turkey 2. | R (+) 11pm, 10/9 5am

11:30 KQED 9

KQED + Rachel’s Favorite Food for Living | H | Fish.

Mexico—One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless | H | Cooking on the Sea of Cortez.

KQED + Wild Kratts | R (9) 10/10 6:30am, 10/15 6:30am

10:30 KQED 9

3pm

Caillou

Saturday 8

14

Arthur | D

7am

Sara’s Weeknight Meals | H | #202. Roadtrip Nation | H | q | #802. | R (9) 10/9 mid; (+) 10/12 7:30pm, 10/13 1:30am

KQED + This is Us | q | #305.

3pm

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow Raleigh, Hour 2 of 3.

Ebert Presents At the Movies | H | R (9) 11:31pm, 10/9 1am & 5:31am, 10/10 7:30pm, 10/11 1:30am

10pm KQED + Antiques Roadshow Hartford, Hour 2 of 3. | R (+) 10/9 4am & 6pm 10:33 KQED 9

Andy Williams: Moon River and Me features great musical performances from Willams’s classic television series. | R (9) 10/9 4:33am


KQED 9

11:31 KQED 9

KQED + Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #609.

1:30

KQED + Gourmet’s Adventures with Ruth Cocinar Mexicano.

2pm

KQED + Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | Light and Luscious. | D

2:30

KQED + Burt Wolf: What We Eat Time to Play Ketchup: The Story of the Tomato. | R (+) 10/23 2:30pm

Ebert Presents At the Movies | R (9) 10/9 1am & 5:31am, 10/10 7:30pm, 10/11 1:30am

Sunday 9 E arly mid

KQED 9

KQED + Austin City Limits | H | Raphael Saadiq/Black Joe Lewis. | R (9) 10/10 mid Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #609. | R (+) 1pm

1-6am

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

6am

KQED 9

Raggs | q |

KQED + Zoboomafoo | D

6:30

KQED 9

Wild Kratts

KQED + Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED 9

KQED + Bob the Builder | D

7:30

KQED 9

KQED + Caillou | R (9) 10/11 7:30am, 10/16 7:30am

8am

KQED 9

KQED + Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

8:30

KQED 9

Arthur | D Caillou

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

KQED + Clifford the Big Red Dog | D

9am

KQED 9

KQED + Martha Speaks | D | R (+) 10/12 5pm

9:30

KQED 9

KQED + Arthur | D | R (9) 10/10 7am, 10/15 7am

3:30

KQED + QUEST | q | Mt. Umunhum/ Asteroid Hunters/Fox includes a trek 3,486 feet up Mt. Umunhum in Silicon Valley.

4pm

KQED + Foyle’s War #201 Fifty Ships, Part 1.

5pm

KQED 9

KQED + Foyle’s War #202 Fifty Ships, Part 2.

6pm

KQED + Antiques Roadshow Hartford, Hour 2 of 3.

Nova Quest for Solomon’s Mines. | D

noon KQED 9

Nova Building the Great Cathedrals. | D | R (9) 10:30pm, 10/10 4:30am

12:30 KQED + Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class | q | Asparagus Puffs (Gougeres) and Lamb Skewers with Fava Salad. | R (+) 10/23 12:30pm

KQED 9

KQED + Life on Mars #105.

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Lark Rise to Candleford #116. | R (+) 10/11 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Ebert Presents At the Movies | R (9) 10/11 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow Raleigh, Hour 3 of 3. | R (9) 10/11 2am, 10/15 3pm

KQED + William and Mary | H | #101. Widowed father of two William Shawcross (Martin Clunes) falls for midwife Mary (Julie Graham) as soon as he sees her picture at an up-market dating agency. But their first date doesn’t go entirely according to plan. | R (+) 10/11 2am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + Doc Martin #101 Going Bodmin. | R (+) 10/11 3am

Prohibition A Nation of Hypocrites. | D

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/11 1am

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Behind the Britcom: From Script to Screen is hosted by Moira Brooker and Philip Bretherton from As Time Goes By. | R (+) 10/10 1am

8pm

KQED 9

8:30

KQED + Keeping Up Appearances #130 Indoor/Outdoor Buffet. | R (+) 10/10 2:30am

9pm

KQED 9

Growing Hope Against Hunger | H | During a food drive, Sesame Street’s Elmo learns how the struggle with hunger affects a new friend. D | R (9) 10/10 1am

Nature The Desert Lions unravels the secrets of lions in the Namib Desert on Africa’s wild Skeleton Coast. | R (9) 10/10 2am, 10/16 11am

Masterpiece Mystery! | H | Inspector Lewis, Series IV: The Gift of Promise. What seems to be a blackmail plot gone wrong turns into a case that is much more sinister. | D | R (9) 10/10 3am

KQED + The Rape of Europa Learn about the heroic art historians and curators who fought to rescue millions of lost treasures stolen by the Nazis during World War II. | R (+) 10/10 3am

10:30 KQED 9

Nova Building the Great Cathedrals. | D | R (9) 10/10 4:30am

11pm KQED + Empire of the Eye: The Magic of Illusion | R (+) 10/10 5am 11:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Imagine a World Without Me. | R (9) 10/10 5:30am

10pm KQED 9

Ingrid Bergman follows the actress from her early years in Stockholm, through Hollywood stardom and exile, to her last film. | R (9) 10/11 3am, 10/16 7pm, 10/17 1am

The War of 1812 | H | Leading historians, battle reenactors, and historic images help bring the defining conflict to life. | D | R (9) 10/11 4am

KQED + Masterpiece The Wind in the Willows. | D | R (+) 10/11 4am

11:30 KQED + ImageMakers Amazing Animation. | R (+) 10/11 5:30am

KQED.org

KQED + America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Two Ways with Pork. | R (+) 10/23 noon

Austin City Limits Raphael Saadiq/Black Joe Lewis.

mid

E vening

KQED + This Old House | H | TBA. | R (+) 10/11 7pm, 10/12 1am

Afternoon

Early

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Clifford’s Puppy Days | D | R (+) 10/20 8am

11:30 KQED + Ask This Old House | H | Transplanting Trees; Hooking Up Plumbing to a Washing Machine. | R (+) 10/11 7:30pm, 10/12 1:30am

KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe Heart of England and South Wales. | R (+) 10/23 3pm

Dinosaur Train | D

KQED + The Electric Company | D | R (+) 10/10 5:30pm

11am KQED 9

KQED + Wild Kratts | R (9) 10/11 6:30am, 10/16 6:30am

10:30 KQED 9

KQED 9

Super Why!

Clifford the Big Red Dog | D | R (+) 10/11 8:30am

Prohibition A Nation of Scofflaws. | D

3pm

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12:30 KQED 9

10am KQED 9

Photo: William and Mary, ITV Studios.

Roadtrip Nation | q | #802. | R (+) 10/12 7:30pm, 10/13 1:30am

Prohibition A Nation of Drunkards. | D

KQED Public Radio

1pm

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11pm KQED + Globe Trekker Turkey 2. | R (+) 10/9 5am

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8pm

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

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

9pm

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KQED 9

KQED + This Old House TBA. | R (+) 10/12 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/12 1am

Spark | q | Headlands Center for the Arts, Creative Growth Art Center, Artship. | R (9) 10/12 1:30am

KQED + Ask This Old House Transplanting Trees; Hooking Up Plumbing to a Washing Machine. | R (+) 10/12 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Make ’Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America Nerds, Jerks, & Oddballs: Would Ya Hit a Guy with Glasses?/Breadwinners and Homemakers: Honey, I’m Home! The domestic farce may be the most American of comic concepts. Groundbreaking sitcoms like The Dick Van Dyke Show reflected the ongoing changes at home and in the workplace. | R (9) 10/12 2am

Frontline | H | TBA. | R (9) 10/12 4am

KQED + Women, War and Peace | H | I Came to Testify tells the story of a group of Bosnian women who affected international laws about sexual violence in war. | R (9) 11pm, 10/12 5am; (+) 10/12 4am

11pm KQED 9

9:30

KQED + Last of the Summer Wine #2306. | R (+) 10/13 3:30am

10pm KQED 9

KQED + History Detectives | H | #912. | R (+) 10/12 3am

10pm KQED 9

E vening 7pm

KQED + Doc Martin’s Islands of Britain The North. Exploring the remote Scottish islands, Martin Clunes travels to Muckle Flugga and Forvik in the Shetlands. | R (+) 10/12 2am

Women, War and Peace | H | I Came to Testify. | R (9) 10/12 5am; (+) 10/12 4am

KQED + Hotspots | H | #101. This twopart documentary is a sobering look at conservation biology and areas around the world that are at risk. | R (+) 10/12 5am

Wednesday 12 E arly Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

12:30 KQED + BBC World News

Ferrets: The Pursuit of Excellence Visit Ohio’s annual Ferret Buckeye Bash, the largest and most popular ferret show in the country. | R (9) 10/13 4am

KQED + Are You Being Served? #102 Dear Sexy Knickers. | R (+) 10/13 4am

10:30 KQED + Reggie Perrin #102. | R (+) 10/13 4:30am 11pm KQED 9

Independent Lens Helvetica. Historians and designers discuss this popular font. | R (9) 10/13 5am

KQED + Dabbawallas Each day 4,000 dabbawallas (box persons) deliver 100,000 lunches to time-crunched city workers in Bombay, India. | R (+) 10/13 5am

Thursday 13 Early Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

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

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/13 1am

7pm-mid KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 10/14 1am

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + This is Us | q | The Genius Behind Apple takes an in-depth look at Steve Wozniak and Guy Kawasaki, best-selling author and former Macintosh marketing guru. | R (+) 10/13 1am

7:30

KQED 9

QUEST | q | Millie HughesFulford/Hog Wild. Meet Millie Hughes-Fulford, the first woman scientist to travel into space; track wild pigs; and explore marine biology with Dan Costa. | R (9) 10/13 1:30am, 10/14 1:30pm

KQED + Roadtrip Nation | H | q | #802. | R (+) 10/13 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

KQED + As Time Goes By #121. | R (+) 10/13 2am

8:30

KQED + May to December #106 There’s a Small Hotel. | R (+) 10/13 2:30am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + Keeping Up Appearances #118 Iron Age Remains. | R (+) 10/13 3am

7pm

KQED 9

7:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | H | q | #610. | R (9) 10/14 1:30am, 1pm, & 8:30pm, 10/15 2:30am, 9am & 1pm, 10/16 12:30am & 5:30pm

8pm

KQED 9

Muhammad: Legacy of a Prophet tells the story of the seventh-century prophet who changed world history in 23 years and continues to shape the lives of more than 1.2 billion people. | R (9) 10/14 2am

10pm KQED 9

Independent Lens | H | Wham! Bam! Islam! A Kuwaiti psychologist launches a comic series with 99 superheroes based on the 99 virtues of Allah. | R (9) 10/14 4am

11pm KQED 9

By the People: What’s Next California? | H | In June 2011, a diverse group of more than 400 Californians came together for a discussion moderated by PBS NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff. | R (9) 10/14 5am, 10/16 2pm; (+) 10/30 6pm

Through a Dog’s Eyes Jennifer Arnold of Canine Assistants trains dogs to assist people with a variety of disabilities. | R (9) 10/13 2am

Nova Dogs Decoded. Genetic discoveries shed light on the origin of dogs as well as on the evolution of human culture. | D | R (9) 10/13 3am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/14 1am

Photo: Make ’Em Laugh, Dick Van Dyke, Morey Amsterdam, and Carl Reiner, Photofest.

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Attend a free screening of the new Pearl Jam documentary. Tuesday, October 18, 8pm at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco. kqed.org/pearljam

Saturday 15

Early

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

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

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 + Best of KQED Plus | s | Programs selected for this time slot will be announced at least a day or two ahead of broadcast. Check kqed.org/ tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 10/15 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/15 1am

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | | R (9) 10/17 2pm

Charlie Rose | H | | R (9) 10/17 noon

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

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

6am

Raggs | q |

KQED 9

6am-mid KQED +

6:30

KQED 9

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

7am

KQED 9

Arthur | D

This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 10/15 1:30am, 10/16 4pm

7:30

KQED 9

Caillou

8am

KQED 9

Travelscope | H | q | Greece—Cruising the Isles.

Washington Week | H | | R (9) 10/15 2am

8:30

KQED 9

Cuisine Culture | H | Carol Duval Leroy, Vertus, France.

8pm

KQED 9

KQED + Foyle’s War | s | #203 Among the Few, Part 1. | R (9) 10/15 2am

9am

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #610. | R (9) 1pm, 10/16 12:30am & 5:30pm

8:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #610. | R (9) 10/15 2:30am, 9am, & 1pm, 10/16 12:30am & 5:30pm

9:30

KQED 9

Mexico—One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless | H | Presenting: World-Class Wines of Baja.

9pm

KQED 9

PBS Arts from Minnesota: Gilbert and Sullivan’s H.M.S Pinafore | H | A new production of the beloved H.M.S. Pinafore is infused with fresh musical arrangements. | R (9) 10/15 3am

10am KQED 9

Kimchi Chronicles | H | The Beef Chronicles.

10:30 KQED 9

Essential Pépin | H | Savory Staples. | D | R (+) 10/23 2pm

11am KQED 9

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen | H | Retro Desserts.

9pm

KQED + Foyle’s War | s | #204 Among the Few, Part 2.

11:30 KQED 9

Need to Know | H | | R (9) 10/15 5:30am

11:30 KQED 9

1pm

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #610. | R (9) 10/16 12:30am & 5:30pm

1:30

KQED 9

Vine Talk | H | Checking Out Chiantis from Tuscany.

2pm

KQED 9

Sara’s Weeknight Meals | H | #203.

2:30

KQED 9

Roadtrip Nation | H | q | #803. | R (9) 10/16 mid; (+) 10/19 7:30pm, 10/20 1:30am

3pm

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow Raleigh, Hour 3 of 3.

4pm

KQED 9

MotorWeek | H |

4:30

KQED 9

Hometime | H |

5pm

KQED 9

This Old House TBA. | H | | R (+) 10/18 7pm, 10/19 1am

5:30

KQED 9

Ask This Old House | H | Repairing a Shower Valve; Rebuilding a Wobbly Stair Banister. | R (+) 10/18 7:30pm, 10/19 1:30am

6pm

KQED 9

Get Off Your Knees: The John Robinson Story A congenital amputee overcomes challenges to live the life of his dreams.

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

Ebert Presents At the Movies | H | R (9) 11:33pm, 10/16 1am, 5:33am, & 4:30pm

7:30

KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | My First Crush. | R (9) 10/16 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

A Shot in the Dark (1964). Peter Sellers and Elke Sommer star in this sequel to The Pink Panther. | R (9) 10/16 2am

9:45

KQED 9

Annie Get Your Gun | H | (1950) tells the story of sharpshooter Annie Oakley (Betty Hutton), her rise to fame, and her relationship with her love/ professional rival, Frank Butler (Howard Keel). | R (9) 10/16 3:45am

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Coffeehouse Treats.

A fternoon noon KQED 9

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class | q | Brick-Cooked Chicken and Grilled Potato Salad.

11:33 KQED 9

Ebert Presents At the Movies | R (9) 10/16 1am, 5:33am, & 4:30pm

KQED.org

10pm KQED + Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (+) 10/15 4am

Lidia’s Italy in America | H | New Orleans: The Sicilian Quarter.

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Photo: Pearl Jam (l. to r.): Mike McCready, Eddie Vedder, Jeff Ament, Matt Cameron, and Stone Gossard, courtesy Danny Clinch.

12:30 KQED + BBC World News

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12:30 KQED 9

KQED Public Television

Friday 14

KQED Public Radio

Read a Q&A with the members of Pearl Jam. kqed.org/onq-exclusives

On Q October 2011

The first-ever PBS Arts Fall Festival kicks off October 14 at 9pm on KQED 9 and continues Fridays through December 2011. Watch full-length performances, artist and performer profiles, behind-the-scenes documenatries, and mini-films about the art scene in cities across the country, including Seattle, San Francisco, Cleveland, Chicago, and more. This month features a performance of Gilbert & Sullivan’s H.M.S. Pinafore from Minneapolis’s Guthrie Theater, followed by an American Masters portrait of the seminal Seattle band Pearl Jam (pictured), and a Great Performances production of the Miami City Ballet dancing a trio of signature works by George Balanchine and Twyla Tharp.

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Early Roadtrip Nation | q | #803. | R (+) 10/19 7:30pm, 10/20 1:30am

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Austin City Limits | H | Widespread Panic. | R (9) 10/17 mid; (+) 10/21 11pm, 10/22 5am

12:30 KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #610. | R (9) 5:30pm

1-6am

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

6am

KQED 9

6am-mid KQED +

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #610.

6pm

KQED 9

The Way Bobby Sees It Bobby McMullen, a blind mountain biker, races the most demanding downhill course in the country. | D

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

7pm

KQED 9

Ingrid Bergman | R (9) 10/17 1am

8pm

KQED 9

Nature Parrots in the Land of Oz. Rare and bizarre, colorful and intelligent, they are the most exotic birds on the island continent. | R (9) 10/17 2am, 10/23 11am

9pm

KQED 9

Masterpiece Mystery! | H | Case Histories, Part 1. Jason Isaacs is private investigator Jackson Brodie, a tough former soldier and policeman coming to the rescue of Edinburgh’s bereaved, lost, and dysfunctional. | R (9) 10/17 3am

6:30

KQED 9

Wild Kratts

7am

KQED 9

Arthur | D

7:30

KQED 9

Caillou

8am

KQED 9

Curious George

8:30

KQED 9

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

9am

KQED 9

Super Why!

mid

KQED 9

9:30

KQED 9

Dinosaur Train | D | R (9) 10/19 9:30am, 10/27 9:30am; (+) 10/19 11:30am, 10/27 11:30am, 10/29 9:30am

KQED + Life on Mars #106.

E arly Austin City Limits Widespread Panic. | R (+) 10/21 11pm, 10/22 5am

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Nature The Desert Lions.

Evening

11am KQED 9

KQED 9

Monday 17

Clifford’s Puppy Days | D | R (+) 10/27 8am

10:30 KQED 9

1pm

ImageMakers | q | All American Shorts I. | R (9) 10/17 4:58am

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

Clifford the Big Red Dog | D | R (+) 10/18 8:30am

noon KQED 9

10:58 KQED 9

1-6am

10am KQED 9

Right to Risk: A 15-Day Journey Through Arizona’s Grand Canyon Individuals with disabilities overcome challenges rafting down 225 miles of the Colorado River. | D Rolling Three Californians in wheelchairs shoot video diaries that capture their struggles and triumphs. | D

KQED celebrates Disability Culture with special television programs in October. Visit kqed.org/heritage to download a list of programming on all KQED channels. 2pm

KQED 9

By the People: What’s Next California? | R (+) 10/30 6pm

3pm

KQED 9

Inside Washington | H |

3:30

KQED 9

The McLaughlin Group | H |

4pm

KQED 9

This Week in Northern California | q |

4:30

KQED 9

Ebert Presents At the Movies

5pm

KQED 9

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated OldFashioned Sunday Dinners.

10pm KQED + George Carlin: The Mark Twain Prize Entertainers honor the late George Carlin, recipient of the 11th Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. | R (+) 10/18 4am 11:30 KQED 9

E vening

Raggs | q |

A fternoon

18

5:30

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Lark Rise to Candleford #117. | R (+) 10/18 1am

7:30

KQED 9

The New Environmentalists | H | q | features inspiring portraits of passionate and dedicated activists from around the world. | R (9) 10/18 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow Atlantic City, Hour 1 of 3. | R (9) 10/18 2am

KQED + William and Mary | H | #102. | R (+) 10/18 2am, 10/20 7pm, 10/21 1am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + Doc Martin #102 Gentlemen Prefer. | R (+) 10/18 3am

10pm KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/18 1am

Antiques Roadshow Salt Lake City, Hour 3 of 3. | R (9) 10/18 3am

Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories | H | q | The Wavy Gravy: Saint Misbehavin’ tells the story of activist, clown, Woodstock MC, and frozen dessert Wavy Gravy. | R (9) 10/18 4am, 10/23 5:30pm

ImageMakers | q | Suburban Strange. | R (9) 10/18 5:30am

KQED + ImageMakers | q | Marriage Is a Sentence. | R (+) 10/18 5:30am

Tuesday 18 Early Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + This Old House | H | TBA. | R (+) 10/19 1am

7:30

KQED 9

KQED + Ask This Old House | H | Repairing a Shower Valve; Rebuilding a Wobbly Stair Banister. | R (+) 10/19 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

KQED + Doc Martin’s Islands of Britain The West explores the island of Piel, the Outer Hebrides in Scotland, the Isle of Man, and Rathlin Island. | R (+) 10/19 2am, 10/21 10pm, 10/22 4am

9pm

KQED + Nova Engineering Ground Zero follows the five-year construction of the Freedom Tower and the World Trade Center Memorial. | D | R (+) 10/19 3am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/19 1am

Spark | q | 205 Ledoh, AXIS Dance Company, Belva Stone. | R (9) 10/19 1:30am, 10/21 11:30pm, 10/22 5:30am

Make ’Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America The Knockabouts: Slip on a Banana Peel/The Groundbreakers: When I’m Bad, I’m Better. | R (9) 10/19 2am

Photo: Truly CA “The Wavy Gravy: Saint Misbehavin’”, courtesy Lisa Law/Ripple Effect Films.

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On Q October 2011

KQED + Women, War and Peace | H | Pray the Devil Back to Hell tells the story of the Liberian women who took on dictator Charles Taylor’s regime and won peace in 2003. | R (9) 11pm, 10/19 5am; (+) 10/19 4am

11pm KQED 9

Women, War and Peace | H | Pray the Devil Back to Hell. | R (9) 10/19 5am; (+) 10/19 4am

KQED + Hotspots | H | #102. | R (+) 10/19 5am

Wednesday 19 E arly KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

E vening KQED 9

KQED + This is Us | q | History includes a profile of Eddie Prewitt, who, along with his father, helped supervise the building of Pinnacles National Park. | R (+) 10/20 1am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/20 1am

QUEST | q | Concussions. | R (9) 10/20 1:30am, 10/21 1:30pm; (+) 10/23 3:30pm

7:30

KQED 9

KQED + Roadtrip Nation | H | q | #803. | R (+) 10/20 1:30am

New seasons of Nature and NOVA begin tonight! KQED 9

KQED + Keeping Up Appearances #119 Country B.B.Q. | R (+) 10/20 3am

9:30

KQED + Last of the Summer Wine #2307. | R (+) 10/20 3:30am

10pm KQED + Are You Being Served? #103 Our Figures Are Slipping. | R (+) 10/20 4am 10:30 KQED + Reggie Perrin #103. | R (+) 10/20 4:30am 11pm KQED 9

KQED + As Time Goes By #122. | R (+) 10/20 2am

8:30

KQED + May to December #107 What Kind of Fool Am I? | R (+) 10/20 2:30am

KQED + Craft in America | H | Family. explores the creative home environments and personal dynamics of four families. | D | R (+) 10/20 5am

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10pm KQED + Inspector Morse #102 The Dead of Jericho, Part 2. | R (+) 10/21 4am 11pm KQED + CSI on Trial | H | Nebraska’s foremost CSI falls under suspicion of faking evidence. | R (+) 10/21 5am

Friday 21 Early

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H |

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Agatha Christie’s Poirot #110 The Dream. When an elderly tycoon is found dead with a gun in his hand, Poirot thinks that foul play is afoot. | R (+) 10/22 1am

7:30

KQED 9

This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 10/22 1:30am, 10/23 4pm

8pm

KQED 9

Washington Week | H | | R (9) 10/22 2am

KQED + Foyle’s War #205 War Games, Part 1. Divided loyalties lead to revenge and murder when a businessman makes a secret pact with the Nazis. | R (+) 10/22 2am, 10/23 4pm

8:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #611. | R (9) 10/22 2:30am, 10/23 12:30am & 5pm; (+) 10/23 1pm

9pm

KQED 9

PBS Arts from Seattle: American Masters “Pearl Jam Twenty” | H | Director Cameron Crow’s portrait of the groundbreaking rock band features live performances and interviews. | R (9) 10/22 3am

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

Evening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + William and Mary #102. | R (+) 10/21 1am

7:30

KQED 9

8pm-mid KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/21 1am

Check, Please! Bay Area | H | s | q | #611. | R (9) 10/21 1:30am, 1pm & 8:30pm, 10/22 2:30am, 10/23 12:30am & 5pm; (+) 10/23 1pm Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 10/21 2am

KQED + New Tricks | H | #506 Magic, Majestic. | R (+) 10/21 2am

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

E arly

KQED + Inspector Morse #101 The Dead of Jericho, Part 1. Morse has hopes of a blossoming romance with piano teacher Anne, but is shattered when she is found dead. | R (+) 10/21 3am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/22 1am

KQED.org

Nature | H | Radioactive Wolves. Scientists examine wildlife thriving in Chernobyl’s dead zone 25 years after the nuclear disaster. | D | R (9) 10/20 2am, 10/23 8pm, 10/24 2am

Phoenix Mars Mission: Onto to Ice follows the first successful landing on Mars’s polar region. | R (9) 10/20 5am

9pm

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7pm

8pm

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

Nova | H | Finding Life Beyond Earth. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of alien worlds as scientists try to answer one of life’s greatest questions: Are we alone in the universe? | R (9) 10/20 3am

9pm

KQED Public Television

Photo: Nova “Finding Life Beyond Earth,” view of Hawaii’s Keck Observatory at sunset, courtesy WGBH.

Frontline | H | TBA. | R (9) 10/19 4am

KQED Public Radio

10pm KQED 9

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KQED + Foyle’s War #206 War Games, Part 2. | R (+) 10/22 3am, 10/23 5pm

10pm KQED + Doc Martin’s Islands of Britain The West. | R (+) 10/22 4am 11pm KQED + Austin City Limits Widespread Panic. | R (+) 10/22 5am Spark | q | 205 Ledoh, AXIS Dance Company, Belva Stone. | R (9) 10/22 5:30am

11:30 KQED 9

Saturday 22 Early mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | | R (9) 10/24 2pm

Charlie Rose | H | | R (9) 10/24 noon

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

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

6am-10:30am KQED 9

6am-mid KQED +

10:30 KQED 9 11am-mid KQED 9

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

Best of KQED Plus | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. Essential Pépin | H | q | Fabulous Fins. | D | R (+) 10/30 2pm Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules.

Sunday 23

8am

KQED 9

KQED + Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

8:30

KQED 9

KQED + Clifford the Big Red Dog | D

9am

KQED 9

KQED + Martha Speaks | D

9:30

KQED 9

KQED + Arthur | D | R (9) 10/24 7am

10am KQED 9

20

Roadtrip Nation | H | q | #804. | R (+) 10/26 7:30pm, 10/27 1:30am, 10/29 2pm

KQED 9

KQED + Austin City Limits | H | The Decemberists/Gillian Welch and David Rawlings. | R (+) 10/28 11pm, 10/29 5am

Clifford the Big Red Dog | D | R (+) 10/25 8:30am

KQED + This Old House | H | TBA. | R (+) 10/25 7pm, 10/26 1am, 10/29 11am

noon KQED 9

1pm

KQED + Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #611. | R (9) 5pm

1:30

KQED + Gourmet’s Adventures with Ruth | H | Peggy Markel’s Morocco.

2pm

KQED + Essential Pépin | q | Savory Staples. | D

2:30

KQED + Burt Wolf: What We Eat Time to Play Ketchup: The Story of the Tomato.

3pm

KQED 9

KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe Heart of England and South Wales. KQED + QUEST Concussions.

4pm

KQED 9

KQED + Foyle’s War #205 War Games, Part 1.

4:30

KQED 9

Ebert Presents At the Movies | H | R (9) 10/24 7:30pm, 10/25 1:30am

5pm

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #611.

KQED + Foyle’s War #206 War Games, Part 2.

7am

KQED 9

Raggs | q | Wild Kratts Arthur | D

KQED + Bob the Builder | D

7:30

KQED 9

KQED + Caillou | R (9) 10/25 7:30am, 10/30 7:30am; (+) 10/26 1:30pm, 10/31 9am

Caillou

KQED + Antiques Roadshow Relative Riches. | R (+) 10/24 1am

8pm

KQED 9

KQED + The Best of Laugh-In From 1968 to 1973 this comedyvariety show changed television and captured the flamboyance of the era. | R (+) 10/24 2am, 10/26 11pm, 10/27 5am

9pm

KQED 9

Masterpiece Mystery! | H | Case Histories, Part 2. The only witness to a drowning in the Firth of Forth, PI Jackson Brodie is on a desperate search for the victim’s identity when he meets a crime novelist caught in a road rage incident. | R (9) 10/24 3am

9pm

KQED +

The Trials of J. Robert Oppenheimer: American Experience is a complex and revealing portrait of the American scientist known as “The Father of the Atomic Bomb.” | D | R (+) 10/24 3am

Inside Washington | H |

KQED 9

KQED + Thomas and Friends | D

KQED 9

Nature Radioactive Wolves. | D | R (9) 10/24 2am

12:30 KQED + Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class | q | Asparagus Puffs (Gougeres) and Lamb Skewers with Fava Salad.

KQED 9

Independent Lens The Eyes of Me. Four blind teenagers struggle to fit in, prepare for college, and live independently. | D | R (9) 10/24 1am

7pm

KQED + America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Two Ways with Pork.

3:30

Evening

Great Performances at the Met Carmen. Richard Eyre directs this new production of Bizet’s drama about sex, violence, racism, and freedom.

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

6:30

Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories The Wavy Gravy: Saint Misbehavin’.

Afternoon

1-6am

KQED + Zoboomafoo | D

KQED + Agatha Christie’s Poirot #109 The King of Clubs.

Nature Parrots in the Land of Oz.

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #611. | R (9) 5pm; (+) 1pm

KQED 9

6pm

Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

12:30 KQED 9

KQED 9

Dinosaur Train

6am

5:30

11:30 KQED + Ask This Old House | H | Replacing a Corroded Fitting on a Water Heater; Installing a Vented Range Kitchen Hood. | R (+) 10/25 7:30pm, 10/26 1:30am, 10/29 11:30am

Early mid

Super Why!

KQED + The Electric Company | D | R (+) 10/24 5:30pm, 10/29 10:30am

11am KQED 9

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

KQED + Wild Kratts | R (9) 10/25 6:30am, 10/30 6:30am

10:30 KQED 9

Curious George

The McLaughlin Group | H | This Week in Northern California | q |

11pm KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | That’s My Boy. | R (9) 10/24 5am

KQED + Frankenstein: Theater of the Mind | H | It’s radio you can see, complete with actors, music, and a crew of sound effects technicians, creating it all right before your eyes. | R (+) 10/24 5am

11:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Not the Same Old Song and Dance. | R (9) 10/24 5:30am

Photo: Jason Isaacs as Jackson Brodie in Masterpiece Mystery “Case Histories,” courtesy © Steffan Hill 2010/BBC/Ruby Films.

9pm


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Wednesday 26

E arly

E arly

Early

Austin City Limits Pearl Jam.

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Life on Mars #107.

1-6am

6am-7pm

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

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/25 1am

12:30 KQED + BBC World News

1-6am

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

1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

KQED + Lark Rise to Candleford #118. | R (+) 10/25 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Ebert Presents At the Movies | R (9) 10/25 1:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow Atlantic City, Hour 2 of 3. | R (9) 10/25 2am

KQED + William and Mary | H | #103. | R (+) 10/25 2am, 10/27 7pm, 10/28 1am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + Doc Martin #103 Sh*T Happens. | R (+) 10/25 3am

10pm KQED 9

KQED + African American Lives A Way Out of No Way traces guests’ lineages back through the late 1800s to the Civil War. | R (+) 10/25 5am

11:30 KQED 9

KQED 9

KQED + This Old House TBA. | R (+) 10/26 1am, 10/29 11am

7:30

KQED 9

KQED + Ask This Old House Replacing a Corroded Fitting on a Water Heater; Installing a Vented Range Kitchen Hood. | R (+) 10/26 1:30am, 10/29 11:30am

8pm

KQED 9

Jeep: Steel Soldier | H | recalls how the small wartime Jeep carried soldiers and supplies and became an American icon. | R (9) 10/25 5:30am

9pm

Make ’Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America Wiseguys and Smart-Alecks: Never Give a Sucker an Even Break/Satire and Parody: Sock It to Me? looks at classic and contemporary smart-alecks. | R (9) 10/26 2am

KQED + Nova Smartest Machine on Earth. Enter an IBM lab where scientists are working to perfect a machine that can answer any question. | D | R (+) 10/26 3am

KQED 9

KQED + This is Us | q | Winchester Mystery House This episode visits the Winchester Mystery House and profiles a show business animal trainer, a top jock, and a toothpick impresario. | R (+) 10/27 1am, 10/29 2:30pm

7:30

KQED 9

KQED + Roadtrip Nation | H | q | #804. | R (+) 10/27 1:30am, 10/29 2pm

8pm

KQED 9

KQED + As Time Goes By #123. | R (+) 10/27 2am

8:30

KQED + May to December #108. I Remember It Well. | R (+) 10/27 2:30am

9pm

KQED 9

KQED + Keeping Up Appearances #120 Travel Brochures. | R (+) 10/27 3am

9:30

KQED + Last of the Summer Wine #2308. | R (+) 10/27 3:30am

Frontline | H | TBA. | R (9) 10/26 4am

KQED + Women, War and Peace | H | Peace Unveiled follows three women in Afghanistan who are making sure women are a part of the Taliban peace talks. | R (9) 11pm, 10/26 5am; (+) 10/26 4am

11pm KQED 9

7pm

Spark | q | Philip Kan Gotanda, Janice Garrett, Jess Curtis/ Gravity. | R (9) 10/26 1:30am, 10/28 11:30pm, 10/29 5:30am

KQED + Doc Martin’s Islands of Britain The South explores Guernsey in the Channel Islands, Sark Island, Michael’s Mount, and the Scilly Isles. | R (+) 10/26 2am, 10/28 10pm, 10/29 4am

10pm KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/26 1am

10pm KQED 9

Women, War and Peace | H | Peace Unveiled. | R (9) 10/26 5am; (+) 10/26 4am

QUEST | q | Airborne Wind Energy, Sea Urchins. Explore high-altitude wind energy, a 100-year-old California wildlife study, and sea urchins as “canaries” in the Pacific Ocean’s coal mine. | R (9) 10/27 1:30am, 10/28 1:30pm; (+) 10/30 3:30pm

Nature Invasion of the Giant Pythons. Predatory pythons slithered into the wilderness of Florida’s Everglades National Park and thrived. | D | R (9) 10/27 2am, 10/30 11am

Nova | H | Iceman Murder Mystery. Scientists investigate Otzi the Iceman, the mummified corpse found in a glacier in the Italian Alps. | R (9) 10/27 3am

Secrets of the Dead Aztec Massacre. Forensic and archaeological techniques explain how these Spanish colonists met their gruesome end. | D | R (9) 10/27 4am

KQED + Are You Being Served? #104 Camping In. | R (+) 10/27 4am

10:30 KQED + Reggie Perrin #104. | R (+) 10/27 4:30am KQED.org

KQED + Frontline | H | My Father, My Brother, and Me. Jouirnalist Dave Iverson, the Friday host of KQED Public Radio’s Forum, explores the scientific and ethical debate surrounding the disease he has—Parkinson’s. | D | R (+) 10/26 5am

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/27 1am

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Indian Motorcycle Memories | H | traces the history of the Indian Motorcycle Company from its humble beginnings, its phenomenal worldwide success, through its unexpected troubles after World War I. | R (9) 10/25 5am

Evening

7pm

Packard—An American Classic Car chronicles the history of this classic automobile. | R (9) 10/25 4am

KQED + African American Lives The Road Home. Genealogy and DNA are used to trace celebrities’ roots through American history and back to Africa. | R (+) 10/25 4am

11pm KQED 9

Antiques Roadshow Milwaukee, Hour 1 of 3. | R (9) 10/25 3am

Evening

KQED Public Television

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

KQED Public Radio

KQED 9

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

12:30 KQED + BBC World News

E vening 7pm

Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

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21


Long Distance Warrior | H | tells the story of MCI founder Bill McGowan, whose fight against AT&T helped usher in the Information Age. | R (9) 10/27 5am

KQED + The Best of Laugh-In | R (+) 10/27 5am

Thursday 27 Early Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H |

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am 6am-7pm

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

10pm KQED + Inspector Morse #104 The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn, Part 2. | R (+) 10/28 4am 11pm KQED + Independent Lens | H | Lives Worth Living. This look at the disability rights movement focuses on one man’s struggle after a spinal cord injury. | R (9) 10/30 6pm; (+) 10/28 5am

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + William and Mary | H | #103. | R (+) 10/28 1am

7:30

KQED 9

8pm-mid KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/28 1am

Check, Please! Bay Area | H | q | #612. | R (9) 10/28 1:30am, 1pm, & 8:30pm, 10/29 2:30am, 10/30 5:30pm; (+) 10/29 4:30pm, 10/30 1pm Best of KQED | s | Check kqed.org/tvchanges or call 415.354.8000 for finalized schedules. | R (9) 10/28 2am

KQED + New Tricks | H | #507 Communal Living. | R (9) 10/28 2am

9pm

KQED + Inspector Morse #103 The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn, Part 1. Morse and Lewis solve the murder of a deaf examination syndicate official who stumbles upon a scheme to sell examination questions. | R (+) 10/28 3am

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

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | R (9) 2pm

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am

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

6am-7pm

See page 25 for program schedule.

KQED + Foyle’s War #208 The Funk Hole, Part 2. | R (+) 10/29 3am, 10/30 5pm

7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Agatha Christie’s Poirot #506 The Chocolate Box. | R (+) 10/29 1am

7:30

KQED 9

Nightly Business Report | R (9) 10/29 1am

This Week in Northern California | H | q | R (9) 10/29 1:30am, 10/30 4pm; (+) 10/29 1pm

8pm

KQED 9

KQED + Foyle’s War #207 The Funk Hole, Part 1. Foyle is accused of a serious offense which complicates his hunt for a murderer at a sinister hotel. | R (+) 10/29 2am, 10/30 4pm

8:30

KQED 9

The New Environmentalists share a common goal—safeguarding Earth’s natural resources from exploitation and pollution while fighting for justice in their communities. The latest episode from the Emmy Award–winning series, produced by the Mill Valley Film Group and presented by KQED, features inspiring portraits of six passionate and dedicated activists. Working around the globe, these are true environmental heroes who have placed themselves squarely in harm’s way to battle intimidating adversaries while building strong grassroots support. Hear their stories and see how ordinary people are effecting extraordinary change. One of the featured activists is Ursula Sladek (pictured), who was instrumental in forming Parents for a Nuclear-Free Future after the Chernobyl disaster. When the power companies were unresponsive to their efforts to implement practices that would conserve energy, they decided to take over the grid. A thousand citizen-members now use their private property and renewable sources (solar, hydro, and wind) to generate and supply power to more than a quarter of a million Germans.

PBS Arts from Miami: Great Performances “Miami City Ballet Dances Balanchine and Tharp” | H | spotlights one of America’s finest regional ballet companies. | R (9) 10/29 3am

10:30 KQED 9

Need to Know | H | | R (9) 10/29 4:30am

11pm KQED 9

ImageMakers | q | Living in Dangerous Times. | R (9) 10/29 5am

Evening

Monday, October 17, 7:30pm KQED 9

22

KQED 9

10pm KQED + Doc Martin’s Islands of Britain The South. | R (+) 10/29 4am

Friday 28

E vening

9pm

Washington Week | H | | R (9) 10/29 2am

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #612. | R (9) 10/29 2:30am, 10/30 5:30pm; (+) 10/29 4:30pm, 10/30 1pm

KQED + Austin City Limits The Decemberists/Gillian Welch and David Rawlings. | R (+) 10/29 5am

11:30 KQED 9

Spark | q | Philip Kan Gotanda, Janice Garrett, Jess Curtis/ Gravity. | R (9) 10/29 5:30am

Saturday 29 Early mid

KQED 9

KQED + Tavis Smiley | H | | R (9) 10/31 2pm

Charlie Rose | H | | R (9) 10/31 noon

12:30 KQED + BBC World News 1-6am 6am-10:30am KQED 9

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

6am

KQED + Zoboomafoo | D

6:30

KQED + Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED + Wild Animal Baby Explorers |D

7:30

KQED + Caillou | R (9) 10/31 7:30am

Photo: Ursula Sladek, Schnonau, Germany, courtesy Goldman Environmental Prize.

11pm KQED 9


KQED + Curious George | D

8:30

KQED + The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | D | q | R (9) 10/31 8:30am & 4:58pm; (+) 10/31 10:30am & 3pm

9am 9:30

KQED + Super Why! | R (9) 10/31 9am; (+) 10/31 11am

Essential Pépin | H | q | Sweets for My Sweet. | D

KQED + The Electric Company | D

11am-2pm KQED 9

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

11am KQED + This Old House TBA.

A fternoon

KQED + Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen Everybody Loves Chocolate.

mid

KQED 9

4:30

KQED + Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #612. | R (9) 10/30 5:30pm; (+) 10/30 1pm

KQED + Austin City Limits | H | Steve Miller Band/Preservation Hall Jazz Band. | R (9) 10/31 mid

1-6am

5pm

KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe Poland Rediscovered: Krakow, Auschwitz, and Warsaw.

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

6am

KQED 9

Raggs | q |

5:30

KQED + California’s Gold See’s Candy.

KQED + Zoboomafoo | D

KQED + America’s Ballroom Challenge 2008 American Rhythm. Go onto the dance floor and behind the scenes as ballroom dancing’s elite go toe-to-toe.

6:30

KQED 9

6pm

KQED + Thomas and Friends | D

7am

KQED 9

KQED + Bob the Builder | D

7:30

KQED 9

KQED + Caillou

8am

KQED 9

KQED + Clifford’s Puppy Days | D

8:30

KQED 9

Evening 7pm

8pm

KQED + The Lawrence Welk Show Halloween Party. | R (+) 10/30 1am KQED 9

noon KQED + MotorWeek | H | 12:30 KQED + The McLaughlin Group | H | | R (9) 10/30 3:30pm 1pm

Photo: The Dirty Dozen, courtesy MGM.

1:30

KQED + This Week in Northern California | q | R (9) 10/30 4pm KQED + Healing Quest Feminine Power for the Planet/Natural Sinus Support for Children/ Staying Young.

2-8pm KQED 9

Rick Steves’ Europe Marathon | H | Rick shares the latest on sightseeing in the grand cities of Europe and offers a vivid local perspective on offthe-beaten path locations. | R (9) 10/30 mid

KQED + Roadtrip Nation | q | #804.

2:30

KQED + This is Us | q | Winchester Mystery House.

3pm

KQED + Rachel’s Favorite Food for Living | H | Childhood Memories.

9pm

Steve McQueen: Man on the Edge A fatherless reform school kid, Steve McQueen joined the Marines, but was never far from trouble—until he found acting. | R (9) 10/30 2am & 7pm, 10/31 1am

KQED + Antiques Roadshow Jackpot! Revisit some spectacular windfalls. | R (+) 10/30 2am KQED 9

The Dirty Dozen (1967) A U.S. Army major (Lee Marvin, right) is assigned a dozen convicted murderers to train and lead them into a mass assassination mission of German officers in World War II.

KQED + Priceless Antiques Roadshow | H | #130. | R (+) 10/30 3am

9:30

KQED + Priceless Antiques Roadshow | H | #131. | R (+) 10/30 3:30am

10pm KQED + Antiques Roadshow Roadshow Remembers. Take a trip down memory lane filled with unbelievable objects, unforgettable stories and amazing prices. | R (+), 10/30 4am & 7pm, 10/31 1am 11pm KQED + Globe Trekker | H | Ukraine. | D | R (+) 10/30 5am 11:30 KQED 9

Ebert Presents At the Movies | H | R (9) 10/30 4:30pm, 10/31 7:30pm

Rick Steves’ Europe Marathon

Wild Kratts Arthur | D Caillou | R (+) 10/31 9am Curious George | D The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | q | D

KQED + Clifford the Big Red Dog | D

9am

KQED 9

KQED + Martha Speaks | D

9:30

KQED 9

KQED + Arthur | D | R (9) 10/31 7am

10am KQED 9

Clifford the Big Red Dog | D

Clifford’s Puppy Days | D | R (9) 10/31 10am

KQED + The Electric Company | D

11am KQED 9

Dinosaur Train | D

KQED + Wild Kratts | R (9) 10/31 5:30pm; (+) 10/31 4pm

10:30 KQED 9

Super Why!

Nature Invasion of the Giant Pythons. | D

KQED + This Old House TBA. | H |

11:30 KQED + Ask This Old House | H | Pruning an Overgrown Hedge; Installing a Kitchen Tile Backsplash. A fternoon noon KQED 9

The Music’s Gonna Get You Through At his New Orleans camp, Blues artist Henry Butler encourages visually impaired teens through music. | D

KQED + America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated The Cookie Jar.

12:30 KQED + Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class | q | Cherry Tomato Pizza and Fennel Arugula Salad. KQED 9

KQED + Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #612. | R (9) 5:30pm

1:30

KQED + Gourmet’s Adventures with Ruth #107 Yara Roberts’ Brazil.

The Byron Janis Story recounts the unusual and inspiring life of one of the great concert pianists of the 20th century.

KQED.org

1pm

Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ

2pm

Early

KQED Public Television

11:30 KQED + Ask This Old House Replacing a Corroded Fitting on a Water Heater; Installing a Vented Range Kitchen Hood.

Sunday 30

KQED Public Radio

10:30 KQED 9

KQED + America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Fall Favorites.

4pm

KQED + Dinosaur Train | D

10am KQED + Wild Kratts | R (9) 10/31 6:30am

3:30

On Q October 2011

8am

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KQED 9

Portraits of Emotion | H | follows four years in the life of a young artistic prodigy who is diagnosed with autism. | D

KQED + Essential Pépin | q | Fabulous Fins. | D

2:30

KQED + Burt Wolf: What We Eat This Spud’s for You: How the Potato Changed the World.

3pm

KQED 9

KQED + Rick Steves’ Europe Caesar’s Rome.

3:30

KQED 9

KQED + QUEST | q | Airborne Wind Energy, Sea Urchins includes an exploration of high-altitude wind energy,

4pm

KQED 9

KQED + Foyle’s War #207 The Funk Hole, Part 1.

4:30

KQED 9

Ebert Presents At the Movies | R (9) 10/31 7:30pm

5pm

KQED 9

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated Tostadas and Empanadas.

KQED + Foyle’s War #208 The Funk Hole, Part 2.

5:30

KQED 9

Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #612.

6pm

KQED 9

Independent Lens | H | Lives Worth Living. A look at the disability rights movement focuses on one man’s struggle after a spinal cord injury.

KQED + By the People: What’s Next California? A discussion moderated by Judy Woodruff.

8pm

9pm

KQED + Victor Borge: 100 Years of Music and Laughter! is narrated by comic Rita Rudner and features some of Borge’s funniest and most memorable skits. | R (+) 10/31 2am KQED 9

Inside Washington | H |

The McLaughlin Group | H |

This Week in Northern California | q |

E vening 7pm

KQED 9

KQED + Antiques Roadshow Roadshow Remembers. | R (+) 10/31 1am

8pm

KQED 9

Steve McQueen: Man on the Edge | R (9) 10/31 1am

America in Primetime | H | Man of the House. In the first of a four-part series focusing on key television character archetypes, learn how the man of the house has evolved from king of the castle in early sitcoms to a more intricate, conflicted figure in modern television programs. | R (9) 10/31 2am & 10:30pm

Masterpiece Mystery! | H | Case Histories, Part 3. Jackson is injured in a train wreck and acquires a teenage sidekick who saves his life and insists that he return the favor by finding her missing employer. | R (9) 10/31 3am

KQED + President’s Photographer: Fifty Years Inside the Oval Office follows chief White House photographer Pete Souza from Air Force One to the heart of the West Wing. | R (+) 10/31 3am

10pm KQED + National Geographic Magazine’s Top 10 Photos of 2010 Editors and photographers reveal the stories behind the magazine’s most amazing photos of the year. | R (+) 10/31 4am 11pm KQED 9

ImageMakers Boys Will Be Boys. | R (9) 10/31 5am

KQED + Dracula: Theater of the Mind | H | In this 1940s-style radio drama produced for television, follow the story of a small band of mortals who faced the most powerful vampire of them all. | R (+) 10/31 5am

11:30 KQED 9

In the Life | H | R (9) 10/31 5:30am

Monday 31 Early Austin City Limits Steve Miller Band/Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

mid

KQED 9

KQED + Life on Mars #108.

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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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KQED + Lark Rise to Candleford #119.

7:30

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Ebert Presents At the Movies

8pm

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Antiques Roadshow Unique Antiques showcases the most outlandish, kitschy, and downright morbidly fascinating antiques of a decade.

KQED + William and Mary | H | #104.

Nightly Business Report

Will Ferrell joins Tina Fey, George Carlin, and Richard Pryor as a recipient of the Kennedy Center’s annual prize for American Humor. 9pm

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KQED + Doc Martin #104 The Portwenn Effect.

Will Ferrell: The Mark Twain Prize | H | A lineup of the biggest names in comedy salute Will Ferrel as he receives the Kennedy Center’s 14th Annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.

10pm KQED + African American Lives We Come from People. Depression-era records unearth the extraordinary life of Morgan Freeman’s great-grandmother. 10:30 KQED 9

America in Primetime Man of the House.

11pm KQED + African American Lives The Past Is Another Country presents fascinating discoveries about the lineages of professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Peter Gomes. 11:30 KQED 9

ImageMakers Alone Again (Naturally).

Ray Romano (right) and producer Phil Rosenthal (center) from the hit television series Everybody Loves Raymond, which is featured in the new four-part PBS program America in Primetime.

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The Power of Philanthropy Join Silicon Valley Community Foundation on Tuesday, October 4, for its annual regional meeting at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose. The keynote speaker will be former vice president Al Gore. Seating is limited for this free public event. For more information, please visit the foundation’s website: siliconvalleycf.org.

The Children’s Creativity Museum (formerly Zeum) is a hands-on, multimedia arts and technology experience for kids ages 3 to 12. KQED is proud to help sponsor Opening Weekend, October 15 and 16. Join us for FREE admission and carousel rides from 10am to 4pm!

Afternoon /Early evening noon Mon–Fri Charlie Rose 1:00 Mon–Thu America’s Test Kitchen (except 10/20 & 10/27 Best of KQED) Fri Check, Please! Bay Area (except 10/7 Best of KQED) 1:30 Mon–Thu Julia Child (except 10/20 & 10/27 Best of KQED) Fri QUEST (except 10/7 Best of KQED) 2:00 Mon–Fri Tavis Smiley (except 10/7, 10/20, & 10/27 Best of KQED) 2:30 Mon–Fri BBC World News America (except 10/7, 10/20, & 10/27 Best of KQED) 3:00 Mon–Fri PBS NewsHour 4:00 Mon–Fri BBC World News America 4:30 Mon–Fri Curious George 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

Weekdays 6am-7pm on KQED Plus Comcast 10; Channels 54, 54.1, 9.2, and 25.2 M orning 6:00 Mon–Fri 6:30 Mon–Fri 7:00 Mon–Fri 8:00 Mon–Fri 8:30 Mon–Fri 9:00 Mon–Fri 9:30 Mon–Fri 10:00 Mon–Fri 10:30 Mon–Fri 11:00 Mon–Fri 11:30 Mon–Fri

Zoboomafoo Thomas and Friends Sesame Street Clifford’s Puppy Days Clifford the Big Red Dog Caillou WordWorld Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Super Why! Dinosaur Train

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

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Raggs Wild Kratts Arthur Caillou Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Super Why! Dinosaur Train Clifford the Big Red Dog (except 10/13 Colonial Williamsburg Fieldtrips & 10/31 Clifford’s Puppy Days) Clifford’s Puppy Days Sesame Street

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Coming Soon: Children’s Creativity Museum

M orning 6:00 Mon–Fri 6:30 Mon–Fri 7:00 Mon–Fri 7:30 Mon–Fri 8:00 Mon–Fri 8:30 Mon–Fri 9:00 Mon–Fri 9:30 Mon–Fri 10:00 Mon–Fri

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

Morning 6:00 Wai Lana Yoga 6:30 Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches 7:00 Power Yoga 7:30 Stretch and Be Fit 8:00 Classic Stretch 8:30 Motorweek 9:00 Hometime 9:30 This Old House 10:00 Ask This Old House 10:30 The New Yankee Workshop 11:00 American Woodshop 11:30 Woodsmith Shop

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 Classic Stretch 8:30 Growing a Greener World 9:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 9:30 Victory Garden 10:00 Garden Smart 10:30 Check, Please! Bay Area 11:00 Antiques Roadshow

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

Afternoon /E vening 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 Travelscope 3:00 Wonders of the West 3:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions 4:00 Smart Travels with Rudy Maxa 4:30 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:00 Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge 5:30 Ebert Presents At the Movies 6:00 Jacques Pépin 6:30 Check, Please! Bay Area 7:00 Music Specials 8:00 Austin City Limits (pictured above) 9:00 Masterpiece 10:30 ImageMakers 11:00 Specials

Afternoon /evening noon The Leading Generation 12:30 b Organic 1:00 Growing Bolder 1:30 Healing Quest 2:00 My Generation 2:30 Roadtrip Nation 3:00 Motorweek 3:30 Hometime 4:00 This Old House 4:30 Ask This Old House 5:00 Victory Garden 5:30 Ebert Presents At the Movies 6:00 Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick 6:30 Spark 7-mid Arts Programming

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Photos (l. to r.): Austin City Limits: Them Crooked Vultures, Josh Homme from Queens of the Stone Age, Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters and John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin, courtesy Scott Newton/KLRU; Washington Week host Gwen Ifill, Cable Risdon.

Comcast 189, Channel 54.3 The very best of KQED prime-time programs as well as arts and entertainment, food, gardening, how-to, and travel.


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American Masters: Woody Allen

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Comcast 190, Channel 9.3 Thought-provoking television—public affairs, local and world events, nature, history, and science.

Comcast 192, Channel 54.4 Quality children’s programming that kids will love and parents and caregivers will appreciate.

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

evening 6:00 McLaughlin Group 6 :30 Washington Week 7 :00 This Week in Northern California 7:30 QUEST 8:00 Globe Trekker 9:00 Nature 10:00 Nova 11:00 Specials

Sunday

Afternoon noon QUEST 12:30 Inside Washington 1:00 McLaughlin Group 1:30 John McLaughlin’s One on One 2:00 To the Contrary 2:30 QUEST 3:00 Need to Know 3:30 Ideas in Action 4:00 BBC Newsnight 4:30 Washington Week 5:00 Inside Washington 5:30 McLaughlin Group

Afternoon noon Inside Washington 12:30 Maria Hinojosa: One-on-One 1:00 Natural Heroes 1:30 QUEST 3-6 Specials

evening 6:00 This Week in Northern California 6:30 QUEST 7:00 Globe Trekker 8-mid Special Presentations The complete World channel schedule is available online. kqed.org/tv

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

Every Afternoon noon Anne of Green Gables— Animated Series 12:30 Arthur (pictured above) 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 Dragonfly TV 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

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

The overnight Kids channel schedule is available online. kqed.org/tv

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Morning 6:00 John McLaughlin’s One on One 6:30 This America with Dennis Wholey 7:00 Religion and Ethics Newsweekly 7:30 Need to Know 8:00 Ideas in Action 8:30 Inside Washington 9:00 Washington Week (pictured above) 9:30 This Week in Northern California 10:00 BBC Newsnight 10:30 To the Contrary 11:00 McLaughlin Group 11:30 John McLaughlin’s One on One

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Morning 6:00 Need to Know 6:30 Natural Heroes 7:00 QUEST 7:30 BBC Newsnight 8:00 World Business 8:30 WealthTrack 9:00 The Truth About Money 9:30 Inside Washington 10:00 McLaughlin Group 10:30 Washington Week 11:00 This Week in Northern California 11:30 BBC Newsnight

evening 6:30 NHK Newsline 7:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Charlie Rose (Live) 9:00 BBC World News (Live) 9:30 Tavis Smiley 10:00 PBS NewsHour 11:00 NHK Newsline 11:30 Nightly Business Report

Photos (top to bottom): American Masters: Woody Allen, © MGM/Brian Hamill; Arthur, WGBH/ 2000 CINAR.

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Iconic writer, director, actor, comedian, and musician Woody Allen allowed his life and creative process to be documented on-camera for the first time. Robert Weide followed the notoriously private Allen over a year and a half to create the ultimate film biography. “The prolific nature of Woody’s output has provided me with an embarrassment of riches,” says Weide. “In fact, Woody will have made three features just in the time it’s taken me to make this one documentary.”

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