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New take on small-town doctor p. 4

Teaching in Room 9 Summertime p. 6

Celebrate Missouri’s bicentennial p. 32



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Contents Jul–Aug 2021 | Volume 12, Number 4

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Message from the President

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Feature

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Happening Now

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Beyond Programming

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From the Archives

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Program Guide

Alicia Keys in L.A. Saturday, August 14, 9:30 pm

The global superstar performs a special concert on location in Los Angeles to ring in 2021.

Team Member Spotlight Lizzy Petersen Grants Manager t Nine PBS: I started January 21, 2020, A just two months before the pandemic! What show(s) on Nine PBS are you watching or recommending ? I love Dr. Sanders on Teaching in Room 9— his gentle lessons on sharing and caring have been a great stress reliever. I also love Art21. The “Borderlands” episode on the artworks that transcend the U.S./ Mexico border was so enlightening. Briefly, what is your responsibility at Nine PBS? As the grants manager, I prepare all the proposals to secure support for Nine PBS’s community impact initiatives. What do you enjoy doing when you're not at work? I am a poet and working to finish my first book. I also direct an after-school student-run literary magazine called OutsideLitMag.com for high school students from Saint Louis Public Schools.

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JSUNLY A P S H OT S

Missouri’s Bicentennial

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August 10, 2021, will mark the 200th anniversary of Missouri’s entry as the 24th state. Here we commemorate the state’s rich history and culture with photos of Nine PBS staff taken at various locations.

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Megan Grisolano, director of communications, poses in 1994 in front of a bear exhibit at the St. Louis Zoo.

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Sonya Stevenson, project manager, at the Rockwoods Reservation in Wildwood with granddaughter, Gracie Moul.

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Brooke Butler, producer, and her daughter, Frankie, in front of the Missouri State Capitol, in Jefferson City in May.

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Paula Vickers, Raymond H. Wittcoff Community Engagement Fellow, at the sunflower field in the Columbia Bottom Conservation Area near Spanish Lake in 2020.

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Veronica Mohesky (right), digital media associate, hits the Missouri Greenway Trail near Jefferson Barracks Park on May 30 with her grandpa, Vernon Mohesky (left), and dad, Doug Mohesky (center).

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H A P P E N I N G NM OAY W

Nine PBS Board of Directors Chair Mark C. Lindgren Vice Chair Cynthia Brinkley Treasurer Mark Krieger Secretary Ashley Kemper Immediate Past Chair David Steward II

The Such Sweet Thunder collaborators accept the Arts and Education Council’s Arts Collaboration Award at the 2021 St. Louis Arts Awards, from left: Tom Ridgely, producing artistic director, St. Louis Shakespeare Festival; Erin Prange, executive director, The Big Muddy Dance Company; Amy Shaw, president and CEO, Nine PBS; and Gene Dobbs Bradford, president and CEO, Jazz St. Louis.

Dear Friends, As we inch our way out of the pandemic and back to all our favorite activities, it’s a time to be hopeful and even a little jubilant. There is nothing more jubilant than a kid in summer, and especially when learning and fun mix. The Teaching in Room 9 Summertime season has been going strong since early June. This free, on-air classroom bridges the gap between in-school and at-home learning. Families and caregivers can feel confident that kids are enriched this summer with lessons linked to educational standards and taught by certified local teachers. We shine a light on what makes this region unique and the robust art scene is one of them. Our prepandemic art collaboration, Such Sweet Thunder, in October 2019 with the St. Louis Shakespeare Festival, Jazz St. Louis, and The Big Muddy Dance Company was honored at the St. Louis Arts Awards in May.

New, unique dramas continue to roll out, as evidenced by this month’s feature story on The Indian Doctor, and Masterpiece announced they will be producing seasons two and three of Sanditon, which I know has a vocal fan following. I hope you will watch! And, if you missed any recent broadcasts or local specials, they can be viewed at ninepbs.org and on the free PBS Video App. Your continued support confirms that Nine PBS is telling authentic stories you want to hear—stories that move us, stories that inspire and motivate us, and stories that bring us together. Thank you!

Members Nicole Adewale Donald Aven Kathy Barney Fred Bendaña Lee Broughton David Conner Jill Falk Christopher Gagliano Harvey A. Harris Dennis Hummel Robert Koplar Todd Korte Mark S. LaVigne Brendan Lind Dennis Lower Thomas C. Melzer Pamela Morris-Thornton Mary Nelson Cynthia Peters James Snowden Chad Stiening James E. Williams, Jr. Emeritus Dan Burkhardt Maxine Clark Pepe Prince Finn Juanita Hinshaw Janet M. Holloway Ken Kranzberg Kim Olson Jack Schreiber Patrick Sly Dr. Donald Suggs Milton P. Wilkins, Jr. Executive Team Dick Skalski, Senior Vice President, Chief Financial and Operations Officer Angela Carr, Vice President and Chief Impact Officer Russ Hitzemann, Vice President and Chief Individual Giving Officer Matt Huelskamp, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Chrys Marlow, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

Amy Shaw President and CEO

Kate Midgett, Senior Director of Organizational Excellence

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JFUELY AT U R E

Character-Driven Charmer

The comedy-drama follows a medical-school graduate, his wife, and mother-in-law (left). Prem (above) finds himself fighting prejudice and incompetence while he tries to win the hearts and minds of the villagers.

Nine PBS welcomes diverse cultures, races, and ethnicities in media, and starting July 8, we begin broadcasting (and livestreaming) The Indian Doctor. The new comedy-drama on Thursday nights follows a high-flying Delhi medical-school graduate, Dr. Prem Sharma (Sanjeev Bhaskar), and his haughty and disgruntled wife, Kamini (Ayesha Dharker).

riches and glamour. They find themselves residing in a small Welsh coal-mining village following the death of the village’s local doctor. Once in Wales, they quickly become embroiled in the lives of the villagers. While Prem strikes up new friendships and settles into life in the Valleys, Kamini wants them to leave as soon as possible.

A reviewer at PasteMagazine.com said you’re dazed into submission by its pure charm. “Period drama? Character-driven cuteness? Subtle (and occasionally not that subtle) ponderings on love, class, grief, race, ethnicity, and culture in a homogeneous, isolated, small-town setting? If you are into any of these things, The Indian Doctor might be your new favorite show,” said Amy Glynn.

The series has won three BAFTA Cymru (British Academy of Film and Television Arts in Wales) Awards, two for best director (fiction) and one for best costume design. The series originally aired on BBC One, which also produced a documentary called The Real Indian Doctors. The film revealed how immigrant doctors who arrived in Wales in the 1950s and '60s from the Indian subcontinent helped to change attitudes towards racism and immigration.

Things don’t go as planned for the couple, who move to the U.K. after being wooed by dreams of

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The comedy-drama is set in the 1960s. “One of the many delights in making the series is the soundtrack,” says Bhaskar. "I'm a big fan of the music of the time and as an ardent Elvis admirer, it was great to hear 'Devil in Disguise' playing in the background of episode three.” The original version of “Tainted Love” by Gloria Jones and Screamin' Jay Hawkins' “I Put a Spell on You” can also be heard. In season one, the storyline revolves around the seemingly friendly coal-mine manager, Richard Sharpe, and the dark secret that he has deliberately ignored safety warnings to further his own career. Evidence to this effect exists in the previous doctor's diaries, and Prem becomes determined to reveal the truth.

Dr. Prem Sharma moves to the U.K. after being wooed by dreams of riches and glamour, but ends up in a Welsh coal-mining village.

Ways to Watch

Prem faces a new adversary in season two: evangelist preacher Herbert Todd. When an outbreak of smallpox threatens to bring catastrophe to the village, Prem finds himself fighting prejudice and incompetence while he tries to win the hearts and minds of the villagers over the bull-headed Todd. Also, Prem nervously awaits the arrival of his dreaded mother-in-law, Pushpa. In season three, set three years after Prem and Kamini's arrival, they have become very much a part of the Trefelin community. But their lives and those of everyone in the village are about to change when the wild and rambunctious sons of the mine owner return to bring the first real taste of the swinging '60s to the small town.

Broadcast premiere on July 8, 8 pm, with encores Sunday afternoons at 1 pm on Nine PBS.

Livestream during broadcast in the Nine PBS viewing area.

ine PBS members can binge-watch the entire N season on Nine Passport.

Doc Martin Series Rebroadcast The original, funny, small-town-doctor story, Doc Martin, will be rebroadcast after The Indian Doctor on Thursday nights. The beloved series follows the celebrated London surgeon, Dr. Martin Ellingham, whose truculence and tactless manner cause mayhem in a small Cornish community.

After retraining as a general practitioner, he gets a job in the beautiful but sleepy village of Portwenn, replacing the deceased local doctor. But, his abrasive personality doesn’t exactly mesh with the pace of life in Cornwall.

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HAPPENING NOW

Head to Camp with

Teaching in Room 9 Summertime

rom left: Emily Gentemann, a fourth-grade teacher at Dewey International Studies, Saint Louis Public Schools; Pablo Ramos, F a STEM elementary educator at Meramec Elementary School, Saint Louis Public Schools (photo of Ramos is courtesy of Patrick Brehm); and Melanie Turnage, instructional coach at Wyland and Marion Elementary Schools, Ritenour School District.

Our Teaching in Room 9 Summertime educators are excited about the ways you can enrich your child’s learning through television. Created to support at-home learning, this free, on-air classroom offers two hours of literacy, math, science, and related arts instruction for kids in prekindergarten through third grade. It is broadcast weekdays on 9.1 from 11:30 am–1:30 pm. The Friday lineup is dedicated to science and is created in partnership with the Institute for School Partnership at Washington University in St. Louis. Teaching in Room 9 Summertime focuses on combating summer learning loss and centers on enrichment. The Nine PBS engagement and learning team cocreated weekly topics with teachers based on a summer camp theme.

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Emily Gentemann, a fourth-grade teacher at Dewey International Studies, says the camp theme gives students “the feeling and sense of play even though they are learning the whole time.” What’s great about the series, she says, is the “access to a wide variety of content and material that encourage students to stay active and engaged in their learning.” Setting up a tent in the backyard, building a solar s'mores oven, cracking open a coconut, and interviewing friends about their pets are just a few of the things Gentemann has in store for her summer lesson plans. “I am having an absolute blast filming for the summer season!” she says.


HAPPENING NOW

World-class Science Instruction Since the first season of Teaching in Room 9, Nine PBS has teamed up with the Institute for School Partnership (ISP) at Washington University in St. Louis and its STEMpact program. ISP selects and works with science educators and provides instructional coaching for Teaching in Room 9 math teachers. The institute aims to improve equity and educational outcomes by connecting schools with world-class research through innovative programs and partnerships.

Teaching in Room 9 bridges the gap between inschool and at-home learning, says Pablo Ramos, a STEM elementary educator at Meramec Elementary School. Families can feel confident that their kids are “learning and understanding important content through quality lessons with certified teachers, right from the comfort of their own home,” he says, and topics are linked to standards that are commonly aligned through all grade levels. Students are also able to connect topics from Teaching in Room 9 to the culturally responsive PBS KIDS television series they are already familiar with, he says. “Teaching in Room 9 helps enrich student learning by reinforcing standards they learned during the school year and introducing topics that they may learn the next year.” "We know that children spend time in front of screens, and Teaching in Room 9 meets them where they are, in their homes, in the summer months,” says Melanie Turnage, an instructional coach at Wyland and Marion Elementary Schools. “I am excited about exploring science phenomena in the St. Louis region through the eyes of a child. Providing relatable content in the context of our city is a great way to be sure students feel connected to learning.”

“I am excited about exploring science phenomena in the St. Louis region through the eyes of a child. Providing relatable content in the context of our city is a great way to be sure students feel connected to learning.” —MEL ANIE TURNAGE

You can explore and play with a variety of free resources from Nine PBS this summer. Spark curiosity and creativity with hands-on activities, tips, and games around different themes supporting literacy, math, science, and life skills.

Learn

more at pbs.org/parents/summer and ninepbs.org/learningtoolkit.

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HAPPENING NOW

Alcindor Named Moderator of Washington Week Yamiche Alcindor is the new moderator of Washington Week, the Peabody Award-winning weekly PBS news analysis series produced by WETA in Washington, DC. Alcindor is currently the White House correspondent for PBS NewsHour, a position she will retain. She is also a political contributor for NBC News and MSNBC and has worked as a reporter for USA Today and the New York Times.

in 2016. Alcindor served periodically as a guest moderator since Costa’s departure in January 2021. Nine PBS sat down with Yamiche Alcindor while she was in St. Louis in early May to talk about her new role as moderator, the impact she hopes to make on the show, and what it means to follow in the footsteps of Gwen Ifill. Watch at ninepbs.org/ alcindor.

“I am incredibly honored and grateful to take the helm of Washington Week,” Alcindor says. “This show has an amazing legacy, and I am thrilled to step into it. I hope to build on it, to expand it, and to bring this show forward distinctively into these times of challenge and controversy. In doing so, my guiding light will be serving our audiences and not shying away from the hard conversations about power and politics." Alcindor is the ninth moderator in Washington Week’s 54-year history, following Washington Post political reporter Robert Costa, who held the position from 2017 to 2021, and Gwen Ifill, who moderated the program from 1999 until her death Ways

Yamiche Alcindor, moderator of Washington Week, on set in April 2021.

to Watch: Washington Week airs on Fridays at 7:00 pm on Nine PBS and the PBS Video App.

PBS Short Film Festival 2021 Now entering its 10th year, the PBS Short Film Festival is a celebration of independent films and filmmaking. Each year, these digital shorts highlight a range of topics including love, religion, public policy, social justice, and more, amplifying diverse voices and stories from all walks of life. All 25 films will be made available on PBS platforms, YouTube, and social media, culminating in awards for the “Juried Prize” and “Official Selection.” The festival runs July 12–23.

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HAPPENING NOW

Masterpiece Renews Sanditon

Coming Attractions

Voted one of the top 15 shows of 2020 in the U.S. by Vogue and premiering to wide critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic, Sanditon, the fan-favorite drama based on Jane Austen’s final, unfinished novel has been renewed for seasons two and three following its successful run in the U.S. on Masterpiece.

Muhammad Ali, a new four-part documentary directed by acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns, will air in September on Nine PBS. The film follows the life of one of the most consequential men of the 20th century, a three-time heavyweight boxing champion who captivated billions of fans with his combination of speed, agility, and power in the ring, and his charm, wit, and outspokenness outside of it.

After fans were left hanging in suspense by the first season’s finale and clamoring for more, the drama will continue to follow the high-spirited and independent heroine, Charlotte Heywood, as she returns to the picturesque coastal resort of Sanditon. Charlotte’s journey is one thread of an intricate tapestry of compelling stories full of intrigue, excitement, and romance. Against the backdrop of beautiful vistas, familiar faces return, and new inhabitants are introduced—all of whom will be having adventures as joyous and surprising as the seaside town itself.

At the height of his fame, Ali challenged Americans’ racial prejudices, religious biases, and notions about what roles celebrities and athletes play in our society and inspired people all over the world with his message of pride and selfaffirmation.

Muhammad Ali enjoys a spontaneous encounter his fans in Detroit, MI, circa 1977.

All in on the Arts

Sanditon has been renewed for seasons two and three.

PBS is celebrating the resiliency of the arts in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown and its reopening with a multiplatform campaign called #PBSForTheArts. The campaign features a variety of programming across broadcast and digital platforms to showcase the devastating impact of the pandemic to the arts industry.

#PBSForTheArts content is available at pbs.org/arts and streaming on the PBS Video app.

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JB M AUE U AY LY YO G UN ST D PROGRAMMING

Pathways to Work Level Up Youth Conference In 2020, Nine PBS became the new home of the Regional Youth Employment Coalition (RYEC), previously a part of Ready by 21. Coalition members and Nine PBS Engagement Manager Tanisha Joyce planned the 2021 Level Up Youth Conference, held virtually over three days this past May for more than 350 high school students.

Students attended sessions on careers in IT, healthcare, advanced manufacturing, and construction trades, as well as a financial literacy session featuring experts from Bank of America. Sessions showcased the full spectrum of career experiences, hearing from students exploring the fields, apprentices, and midcareer individuals mentoring the next generation.

Most companies [in high-demand, skilled careers] want to teach you “ through their own in-house training program, but the main takeaway that I have seen from various industries and training programs is they want students to come in understanding the basic tools, measuring techniques, and having the desire to learn.” —Derwin Crosby Manufacturing instructor, Clyde C. Miller High School, St. Louis Public Schools, Level Up attendee

Watch

the conference online on ninepbs.org/levelup.

This conference was made possible thanks to Emerson, the James S. McDonnell Foundation, and Spire.

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Nine PBS’s Community Impact Initiative Through American Graduate, Nine PBS has led local and national initiatives around workforce development since 2016, focusing on high-demand skilled careers that require some education after high school, but not a four-year degree. These jobs make up 30% of available jobs in our region, but 60% of companies in highdemand skilled sectors report a shortage of qualified applicants (State of the St. Louis Workforce, 2020).

Entering the initiative’s fourth phase, Nine PBS has chosen the new name, Pathways to Work, to reflect our focus on young and midcareer individuals and core pathways: manufacturing, construction, healthcare, and IT. The goal of this work is to expand the definition of success and economically empower our region.

LEVEL UP POST-EVENT SURVEY RESULTS

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of students surveyed agreed that as a result of the conference they learned new information and skills to help them in their future career.

100%

of educators surveyed reported that as a result of the conference they are more likely to talk to their students and other young people about high-demand skilled career options.

“ Now that I am learning and going through the experience, I feel like

[IT students] should look into different careers in coding, servers, and networks and see what you feel you can apply to your own life or what you find joy in. ” —Michael Owens Ranken Technical Institute graduate, Mastercard OCC network analyst, Level Up attendee

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HEAYO B P PN EN DI N P RGONGO RW AMMING

Much like national signing days for athletes, the RYEC Signing Day event that was part of the Level Up Youth Conference applauded three St. Louisarea students as they announced their job offer, apprenticeship, or advanced technical training in a high-demand skilled career. Short videos of students and their mentors closed out the first and second days of the conference and have been broadcast on Nine PBS.

Signing Day

Ryan Gross, St. Louis Community College and Boeing Pre-Employment Program

Mark Majeski, South

“ Every night Ryan comes home and is a chatterbox

“ One thing that really stands out about Mark

about all of the things he’s learning and all of the opportunities. He has been lucky to find something he’s really challenged by." —Parent David Gross

County Tech Carpentry Program and PARIC Corporation

is his ability to relate with his peers. He does a great job developing those relationships and including students in that group work.” —Mentor Matt Westhoff, South County Technical High School

Jaila Moore, Hazelwood

Center for Advanced Professional Studies and BJC Healthcare Patient Care Technician Program

“ Jaila’s follow-through, her willingness to get the job done, all impressed me. I already see her as a part of BJC Healthcare, walking down the halls of whatever career she chooses to go into.” —Mentor Jennifer Irvin BJC Healthcare

Signing Day was made possible in part thanks to Bank of America, Emerson, the James S. McDonnell Foundation, and Spire.

Contributed by Lizzy Petersen, Grants Manager, Nine PBS.

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LY F R O M T H E A R C HJI U VE S

Photo of the St. Francis River courtesy of Aaron Mittel.

Atypical River in Southeastern Missouri Challenges Paddlers August 10 will mark the 200th anniversary of Missouri’s entry as the 24th state to enter the United States. Nine PBS has told myriad stories about the state’s cultures, geographies, and industries. We continue these stories through Living St. Louis and feature-length specials. Back in 1988, we aired a special on whitewater paddling on the St. Francis River in southeastern Missouri. Down the St. Francis featured interviews with enthusiasts of the sport, which hold the annual Missouri Whitewater Championships, now in its 54th year, on the river. It’s a river that is atypical for this part of the country. With its granite rocks and trees, you might think you are on the banks of a river in Wyoming, Montana, or Colorado. It’s beautiful and large enough for whitewater kayaking and canoeing, but “it’s not a river for dawdlers,” said a paddler. It’s considered an excellent training river. When it rains, water drains off the St. Francois Mountains in the Ozarks into the river, which

can rise 10–25 feet. In fact, expert paddlers are said to have learned the sport on the St. Francis River. The Missouri Whitewater Championships is one of the largest races in the country. There are plenty gradients, drops, eddies, and rocks to provide competitors with variety. The participants must negotiate gates in consecutive order. The goal is to be “fast and clean,” with points deducted for touching poles and gates. The competition combines finesse and skill. Finishers mention the pride, accomplishment, exhilaration, and camaraderie of participating in the championships. Clinics are available to learn and practice maneuvers, like the low brace, forward sweep, and ferry. Safety is also a priority; paddlers learn fail-safe techniques and the kayak roll, a complete rollover maneuver that takes you from upright to capsized back to upright. All walks of life participate in the sport, from construction works to lawyers and nurses. “I have been doing it so long, it’s a part of me,” said one contestant. It’s a “love-hate thing,” said another.

out the original program at ninepbs.org/archives. Learn more about events surrounding the bicentennial at missouri2021.org.

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On view through August 22

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Winged Isis pectoral (detail); Nubian, Napatan Period, reign of Amaninatakelebte, 538–519 BC; gold; 2 11/16 x 6 11/16 inches; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Harvard University—Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition 20.276; Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston This exhibition was organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. It is presented in St. Louis by the Betsy and Winged Isis pectoral (detail); Nubian, Napatan Period, reign of Amaninatakelebte, 538–519 BC; gold; 2 11/16 x Thomas Patterson Foundation with support from TiffanyUniversity—Boston & Co. 6 11/16 inches; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Harvard Museum of Fine Arts Expedition

20.276; Photograph Exhibition Organizer © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

This exhibition was organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. It is presented in St. Louis by the Betsy and Thomas Patterson Foundation with support from Tiffany & Co. Exhibition Organizer


Our Region’s Largest Classroom! A new season, based on the fun of summer camp, focuses on combating summer learning loss and centers on enrichment.

On Teaching in Room 9, a team of educators from across the region teach 30-minute classes in literacy, math, science, and the related arts for students in prekindergarten through third grade. The curriculum is informed by area education leaders and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Through these on-air lessons and the online toolkit for caregivers, Nine PBS is making an impact on our region’s early learners, today and for years to come.

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BBC World News

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Wild Kratts

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Hero Elementary

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Xavier Riddle

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Clifford the Big Red Dog

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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Elinor Wonders Why

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Sesame Street

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Pinkalicious & Peterrific

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Donnybrook Next Up (9)

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Ken Burns’ The Tenth Inning (2 of 2)

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Great Old Amusement Parks

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BBC World News

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Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

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Washington Week

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Xavier Riddle

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Odd Squad

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Arthur

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The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot about That!

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BBC World News America

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Food Is Love (9)

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BBC World News

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Escape to the Chateau Follow U.K. residents, Dick and Angel Strawbridge, as they leave their two-bedroom flat in Southend for a beautiful 45-room chateau in northern France. The only problem is it doesn't have electricity, water, or proper plumbing.

› Friday, July 2, 8:45 pm, with encores Sundays at noon

2:00 Frontline: Germany's Neo-Nazis and the Far Right

3:00 Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire

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Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

3:30 Food Is Love (9)

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Donkey Hodie

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Smart Travels

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MotorWeek

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Living St. Louis (9)

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Best of the Joy of Painting

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American Woodshop

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Food Is Love (9)

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Donnybrook Next Up (9)

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My World Too

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Poldark, Season 5

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American Masters: Flannery

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Norman Lear: American Masters

9:00 Movie: The Accidental Tourist (1988)

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America's Forests with Chuck Leavell

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A Capitol Fourth

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A Capitol Fourth Encore

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MORNING

5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30

Rick Steves' Europe Travelscope Molly of Denali Wild Kratts

7:00

Hero Elementary

7:30

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

8:00

Curious George

8:30 9:00 9:30

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Donkey Hodie Elinor Wonders Why

10:00

Baking with Julia

10:30

Lidia's Kitchen

11:00 11:30

Pati's Mexican Table Simply Ming AFTERNOON

12:00 Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television 12:30 Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen

1:00

America's Test Kitchen

1:30

Cook's Country

2:00

Kitchen Queens: New Orleans

2:30

Jamie's Ultimate Veg

11:00

Death in Paradise

AFTERNOON

12:15

Father Brown

1:00

Escape to the Chateau

2:00 Beecham House

3:00 Smart Travel

10:00

3:30 Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

12:00

A Capitol Fourth Encore

4:30

Travelscope

1:30

Norman Lear: American Masters

3:00

Smart Travel

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

SUN | JUL 4 MORNING

5:00 Rick Steves' Europe

5:30 In the Americas with David Yetman

6:00 Molly of Denali

6:30

7:00 Hero Elementary

EVENING

Movie: The Accidental Tourist (1988) LATE NIGHT

Wild Kratts

7:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

8:00

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MON | JUL 5 EVENING

7:00

Living St. Louis (9)

7:30

Antiques Roadshow Recut

8:00

Antiques Roadshow

9:00

POV: The Neutral Ground

10:30

To be announced

11:00

BBC World News

11:30

Amanpour and Company LATE NIGHT

Together

12:30

NHK Newsline

1:00

The Tenth Inning

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

TUE | JUL 6 EVENING

7:00

Finding Your Roots

8:00

The Latino Experience (1 of 3)

9:00

Frontline: Boeing's Fatal Flaw

10:00

Building the American Dream

11:00

BBC World News

11:30

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NHK Newsline

1:00

Antiques Roadshow

2:00

Living St. Louis (9)

2:30

Food Is Love (9)

3:00

Smart Travels

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

WED | JUL 7 EVENING

7:00

Nature: Wild Florida

8:00

Nova: Cuba's Cancer Hope

9:00

Wonders of Mexico (2 of 3)

10:00

Pacific Heartbeat

11:00

BBC World News

11:30

Amanpour and Company


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LATE NIGHT 12:30 NHK Newsline

SAT | JUL 10

1:00

America's Test Kitchen

1:30

Cook's Country

5:00 Rick Steves' Europe

2:00

Kitchen Queens: New Orleans

2:30

Jamie's Ultimate Veg

MORNING

1:00

Finding Your Roots

2:00

The Latino Experience

5:30 Travelscope

3:00

Smart Travel

6:00 Molly of Denali

3:00

Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

6:30

Wild Kratts

3:30

Food Is Love (9)

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

7:00 Hero Elementary

4:00

MotorWeek

4:30

Travelscope

7:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

4:30

American Woodshop

8:00

Curious George

8:30

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

5:00 This Old House: Scandinavian Modern

EVENING

9:00 Donkey Hodie 9:30

THU | JUL 8

7:00

Donnybrook (9)

7:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

10:00 Baking with Julia

8:00

The Indian Doctor Premiere

10:30

Lidia's Kitchen

8:45

Doc Martin, Season 1

11:00

Pati's Mexican Table

9:30

Pride and Prejudice

11:30

Simply Ming

10:30

Variety Studio: Actors on Actors

11:00

BBC World News

11:30 Amanpour and Company LATE NIGHT 12:30 NHK Newsline

1:00

Nature: Wild Florida

2:00

Nova: Cuba's Cancer Hope

3:00

Smart Travel

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

Elinor Wonders Why

AFTERNOON 12:00 Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

5:30

Ask This Old House Summer Special

6:00

PBS NewsHour Weekend

6:30

Garden Smart EVENING

7:00

Antiques Roadshow

8:00

Death in Paradise

9:00

Movie: The Magnificent Seven (1960)

11:15

Austin City Limits

12:30 Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen

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FRI | JUL 9 EVENING

7:00

Washington Week

7:30

Donnybrook (9)

8:00

Father Brown

8:45

Escape to the Chateau

9:30

Beecham House on Masterpiece

10:30

Food Is Love (9)

11:00

BBC World News

11:30 Amanpour and Company LATE NIGHT 12:30 NHK Newsline

1:00

Donnybrook (9)

1:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

2:00

Frontline

3:00

Smart Travels

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

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Unforgotten on Masterpiece The series returns with all-new episodes. In season four, Cassie and Sunny investigate a cold case with alarming links to the police force. Can the force ever really be trusted, and will Cassie and Sunny find themselves on the wrong side of the law?

› Sunday, July 11, 8 pm

AFTERNOON

LATE NIGHT

12:15 Father Brown

12:00

Escape to the Chateau

1:00 Escape to the Chateau

1:00

The Indian Doctor

2:00

Beecham House

1:45

Doc Martin

3:00

Smart Travels

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30 Travelscope

SUN | JUL 11

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7:00 St. Louis Stories: The Jewish Americans (9)

2:30 Pride and Prejudice

8:00

3:30 Great Performances: Gloria Estefan: Sangre Yoruba

9:00 Songs for St. Louis: A Concert in the Commons (9)

5:00 Eyes on the Prize

10:00

POV: Landfall

6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend

11:30

Amanpour and Company

6:30

America's Forests with Chuck Leavell EVENING

MORNING

7:00 Tales from the Royal Bedchamber

5:00

Rick Steves' Europe

8:00

5:30

In the Americas with David Yetman

9:00 Professor T

6:00

Molly of Denali

6:30

Wild Kratts

7:00

Hero Elementary

7:30

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

8:00

MON | JUL 12

Antiques Roadshow

LATE NIGHT 12:30

Unforgotten on Masterpiece

NHK Newsline

1:00 Great Performances: Gloria Estefan: Sangre Yoruba

2:30

Beyond the Canvas

3:00

Smart Travels

LATE NIGHT

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

12:00

Tales from the Royal Bedchamber

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

1:00

Unforgotten

4:30

Travelscope

Curious George

2:00 Professor T

8:30

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

3:00 Smart Travels

9:00

Donkey Hodie

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

9:30

Living St. Louis (9)

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

10:00

Food Is Love (9)

7:00

Finding Your Roots

4:30

Travelscope

10:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

8:00

The Latino Experience (2 of 3)

11:00

My World Too

9:00

Frontline: The Power of the Fed

11:30

Rick Steves' Europe

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TUE | JUL 13 EVENING

10:00

Downing of a Flag (1 of 2)

11:00

BBC World News

11:30

Amanpour and Company


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St. Louis Stories: The Jewish Americans Since 1807, American Jews in St. Louis have helped shape the culture and civic life of our region. Their names grace department stores, buildings, and landmarks, attesting to the significant role Jewish St. Louisans have played in the region’s development. This 2008 documentary traces the 200-year history of Jewish Americans in St. Louis, with a new introduction from Nine PBS Executive Producer Jim Kirchherr.

› Monday, July 12, 7 pm

LATE NIGHT 12:30

NHK Newsline

1:00 Antiques Roadshow

2:00 St. Louis Stories: The Jewish Americans

3:00

Smart Travels

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

THU | JUL 15

NHK Newsline

7:00 Donnybrook (9)

1:00

Donnybrook (9)

7:30 Donnybrook Next Up (9)

1:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

8:00

The Indian Doctor

2:00

Frontline

Doc Martin

3:00

Smart Travels

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

EVENING

LATE NIGHT 12:30

8:45

Americans in St. Louis have helped shape 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 9:30 Pride and Prejudice 4:30 Travelscope 10:30 Variety Studio: Actors on Actors ture and civic life of our region since 1807. 11:00

BBC World News

11:30 Amanpour and Company WEDand | JUL 14 iscover celebrate the many dimensions LATE NIGHT EVENING f Jewish life in St. Louis in this hour-long 12:30 NHK Newsline 7:00 Nature: Super Hummingbirds 1:00 Nature: Super Hummingbirds 8:00 Channel Nova: Meteor9Strike documentary.

SAT | JUL 17 MORNING

5:00

Rick Steves' Europe

Wonders of Mexico (3 of 3)

2:00 Nova: Meteor Strike

5:30

Travelscope

10:00

Painting Santa Fe

3:00 Smart Travels

6:00

Molly of Denali

11:00

BBC World News

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

6:30

Wild Kratts

Amanpour and Company

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

7:00

Hero Elementary

LATE NIGHT

4:30

Travelscope

7:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

8:00

Curious George

8:30

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

9:00

Donkey Hodie

9:30

Elinor Wonders Why

9:00

11:30 12:30

NHK Newsline

1:00

Finding Your Roots

2:00

The Latino Experience

3:00

Smart Travels

FRI | JUL 16 EVENING

7:00 Washington Week

t. Louis Jewish Americans 3:30 Stories: Best of the JoyThe of Painting 7:30 Donnybrook (9) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Tuesday, April 8, 7:00 p.m. 8:00 Father Brown 4:30 Travelscope 8:45 Escape to the Chateau broadcast Sunday, April 13, 4:00 p.m. 9:30 Beecham House on Masterpiece 10:30

10:00

Baking with Julia

10:30

Lidia's Kitchen

11:00

Pati's Mexican Table

11:30

Simply Ming

Food Is Love (9)

BBC World News add your own threads to the fabric of the Jewish 11:30 Amanpour and Company ce! Visit www.ketc.org and share your stories! 11:00

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Classical Tahoe Classical Tahoe captures live performances by video of the U.S.'s leading classical musicians during a three-week festival of orchestra concerts on the campus of Sierra Nevada University in Incline Village, NV.

› Sunday, July 18, 4 pm

AFTERNOON 12:00 Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television 12:30 Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen

Lucy Worsley's Royal Palace Secrets

5:00 Rick Steves' Europe

1:00

Unforgotten

5:30 In the Americas with David Yetman

2:00

Professor T

6:00 Molly of Denali

3:00

Smart Travels

6:30

Wild Kratts

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

7:00 Hero Elementary

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

MORNING

1:00

America's Test Kitchen

1:30

Cook's Country

2:00

Kitchen Queens: New Orleans

2:30

Jamie's Ultimate Veg

7:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

3:00 St. Louis Stories: The Jewish Americans (9)

8:00

Curious George

8:30

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

4:00

MotorWeek

9:00 Donkey Hodie

4:30

American Woodshop

5:00

This Old House

9:30 St. Louis Stories: The Jewish Americans (9)

5:30

Ask This Old House

10:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

6:00

PBS NewsHour Weekend

11:30

Rick Steves' Europe

6:30

Garden Smart

AFTERNOON

EVENING

12:00

Escape to the Chateau

7:00

Antiques Roadshow

1:00

The Indian Doctor

8:00

Death in Paradise

1:45

Doc Martin

9:00

Movie: No Way Out (1987)

2:30

Pride and Prejudice

Austin City Limits

3:30

Articulate with Jim Cotter

LATE NIGHT

4:00

Classical Tahoe

12:00

Father Brown

5:00 Eyes on the Prize

12:45

Escape to the Chateau

6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend

1:30

Beecham House

6:30

2:30

Food Is Love (9)

3:00

Smart Travels

7:00 Lucy Worsley's Royal Palace Secrets

Best of the Joy of Painting

8:00

9:00 Professor T

3:30

America's Forests with Chuck Leavell EVENING Unforgotten on Masterpiece

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

10:00 Movie: No Way Out (1987)

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MON | JUL 19 EVENING

7:00

Living St. Louis (9)

7:30

Antiques Roadshow Recut

8:00

Antiques Roadshow

9:00

Soul of Ferguson Revue (9)

10:00

POV: Stateless

11:30

Amanpour and Company LATE NIGHT

12:30

NHK Newsline

1:00

POV: 306 Hollywood

3:00

Smart Travels

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope


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Icon: Music through the Lens Revel in the eye-opening, thrilling world of live music photography through the experiences of the men and women who have documented popular music in images, from the earliest darkrooms to the fast-evolving digital landscapes of the present day.

›W ednesday, July 21, 9 pm

TUE | JUL 20 EVENING

LATE NIGHT 12:30

NHK Newsline In Their Own Words: Pope Francis

7:00

In Their Own Words: Pope Francis

1:00

8:00

The Latino Experience (3 of 3)

FRI | JUL 23 EVENING

7:00

Washington Week

2:00 The Latino Experience

7:30

Donnybrook (9)

3:00 Smart Travels

Father Brown

Frontline: Leaving Afganistan

8:00

10:00

Downing of a Flag (2 of 2)

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

8:45 Escape to the Chateau

11:00

BBC World News

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

9:30

4:30

Travelscope

10:30

Food Is Love (9)

11:00

BBC World News

11:30

Amanpour and Company

9:00

11:30 Amanpour and Company LATE NIGHT 12:30 NHK Newsline

THU | JUL 22

1:00

Antiques Roadshow

2:00

Living St. Louis (9)

2:30

Food Is Love (9)

3:00

Smart Travels

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

10:30

WED | JUL 21 EVENING

LATE NIGHT

EVENING 7:00 Donnybrook (9)

12:30

NHK Newsline

7:30 Donnybrook Next Up (9)

1:00

Donnybrook (9)

8:00

The Indian Doctor

1:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

8:45

Doc Martin

2:00

Frontline

9:30

Pride and Prejudice

3:00

Smart Travels

Antiques Roadshow Recut

3:30

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

11:00

BBC World News

4:30

Travelscope

11:30

Amanpour and Company

LATE NIGHT 12:30

NHK Newsline Nature: The Serengeti Rules

7:00

8:00 Nova: Asteroid: Doomsday or Payday?

1:00

9:00 Icon: Music through the Lens Premiere

Nature: The Serengeti Rules

Beecham House on Masterpiece

SAT | JUL 24 MORNING

5:00

Rick Steves' Europe

2:00 Nova: Asteroid: Doomsday or Payday?

5:30

Travelscope

3:00 Smart Travels

6:00

Molly of Denali

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

10:00

Great Performances: Roots of Latin

6:30

Wild Kratts

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

11:00

BBC World News

7:00

Hero Elementary

4:30

Travelscope

7:30

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

11:30 Amanpour and Company

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TUE | JUL 27

8:00

Curious George

8:30

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

10:00 Food Is Love (9)

9:00

Donkey Hodie

10:30 Donnybrook Next Up (9)

7:00

9:30

Elinor Wonders Why

11:30

8:00 American Masters: Buddy Guy: The Blues Chase the Blues Away

9:30 Independent Lens: Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World

9:30 Living St. Louis (9)

Rick Steves' Europe AFTERNOON

10:00

Baking with Julia

10:30

Lidia's Kitchen

12:00 Escape to the Chateau

11:00

Pati's Mexican Table

11:30

Simply Ming AFTERNOON

12:00 Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television 12:30 Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen

1:00

America's Test Kitchen

1:30

Cook's Country

2:00

Kitchen Queens: New Orleans

2:30

Jamie's Ultimate Veg

3:00

Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire

3:30

Food Is Love (9)

4:00

MotorWeek

5:00

This Old House

5:30

Ask This Old House

6:00

PBS NewsHour Weekend

6:30

Garden Smart EVENING

7:00

Antiques Roadshow

8:00

Death in Paradise

9:00

Movie: Some Like It Hot (1959)

11:15

Austin City Limits LATE NIGHT

1:00

The Indian Doctor

1:45

Doc Martin

2:30 Pride and Prejudice

3:30 Articulate with Jim Cotter

EVENING

11:00

BBC World News

11:30

Amanpour and Company LATE NIGHT

12:30

NHK Newsline

5:00 Eyes on the Prize

1:00

Antiques Roadshow

6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend

2:00

Living St. Louis (9)

6:30 America's Forests with Chuck Leavell

2:30

Food Is Love (9)

3:00

Smart Travels

7:00 Secrets of Royal Travel

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

8:00

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

4:00

Classical Tahoe

EVENING

Unforgotten on Masterpiece

9:00 Professor T

10:00 Movie: Some Like It Hot (1959) LATE NIGHT 12:00 Secrets of Royal Travel Unforgotten

WED | JUL 28 EVENING

1:00

7:00

Nature: Super Cats: Extreme Lives

2:00 Professor T

8:00

Nova: Creatures of Light

3:00 Smart Travels

9:00

Icon: Music through the Lens (2 of 6)

3:30 Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

10:00

Classic Albums: Queen: A Night at the Opera (PB)

4:30

Travelscope

11:00

BBC World News

11:30

Amanpour and Company

MON | JUL 26 EVENING

12:15

Father Brown

1:00

Escape to the Chateau

7:00 Living St. Louis (9)

2:00

Beecham House on Masterpiece

7:30 Antiques Roadshow Recut

3:00

Smart Travels

8:00

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

9:00 In Their Own Words: Pope Francis

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

10:00 POV

4:30

Travelscope

11:30

Antiques Roadshow

Amanpour and Company

LATE NIGHT 12:30

NHK Newsline

1:00

In Their Own Words: Chuck Berry

2:00

American Masters: Buddy Guy

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

THU | JUL 29

LATE NIGHT

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5:00

Rick Steves' Europe

5:30

In the Americas with David Yetman

6:00

Molly of Denali

6:30

Wild Kratts

7:00

Hero Elementary

7:30

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

8:00

Curious George

8:30

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

9:00

Donkey Hodie

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EVENING

12:30

NHK Newsline

7:00

Donnybrook (9)

1:00

Icon: Music Through the Lens

7:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

2:00 Great Performances

8:00

The Indian Doctor

3:00 Smart Travels

8:45 Doc Martin

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

9:30

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

10:30

Antiques Roadshow Recut

4:30

Travelscope

11:00

BBC World News

11:30

Amanpour and Company

Pride and Prejudice

LATE NIGHT 12:30

NHK Newsline

1:00

Nature: Super Cats

2:00

Nova: Creatures of Light

3:00

Smart Travels


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In Their Own Words: Chuck Berry Through interviews, archives, and animated content, this series explores the lives and minds of some of the world’s most compelling people. This episode is a riveting ride with St. Louis native Chuck Berry. (Pictured is his grandson on stage at Blueberry Hill in St Louis.)

› T uesday, July 27, 7 pm

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

FRI | JUL 30

SAT | JUL 31

2:00

Kitchen Queens: New Orleans

2:30

Jamie's Ultimate Veg

5:00 Rick Steves' Europe

3:00

Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire

5:30 Travelscope

3:30

Food Is Love (9)

6:00 Molly of Denali

4:00

MotorWeek

6:30

Wild Kratts

5:00

This Old House

7:00 Hero Elementary

5:30

Ask This Old House

7:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

6:00

PBS NewsHour Weekend

6:30

Garden Smart

9:00 Donkey Hodie

7:00

Antiques Roadshow

9:30

8:00

Death in Paradise

9:00

Movie: WarGames (1983)

MORNING

EVENING

7:00

Washington Week

7:30

Donnybrook (9)

8:00

Father Brown

8:00

Curious George

8:45

Escape to the Chateau

8:30

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

9:30

Beecham House on Masterpiece

10:30

Food Is Love (9)

11:00

BBC World News

10:00 Baking with Julia

10:30

Lidia's Kitchen

11:00

11:00

Pati's Mexican Table

11:30

Simply Ming

12:00

Father Brown

AFTERNOON

12:45

Escape to the Chateau

12:00 Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

1:30

Beecham House

2:30

Food Is Love (9)

12:30 Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen

3:00

Smart Travel

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

1:00

America's Test Kitchen

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

1:30

Cook's Country

4:30

Travelscope

11:30 Amanpour and Company LATE NIGHT 12:30 NHK Newsline

1:00

Donnybrook (9)

1:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

2:00

Downing of a Flag

3:00

Smart Travels

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

Elinor Wonders Why

EVENING

Austin City Limits LATE NIGHT

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Primetime 7:00

7:30

THU 1

Donnybrook

Donnybrook Next Up

FRI 2

Washington Week

Donnybrook

SAT 3

Antiques Roadshow

SUN 4 MON 5

8:00

8:30

Roadshow Recut

9:30

10:00

The Tenth Inning Father Brown

10:30

Great Old Amusement Park

(8:45) Escape to Chateau

Death in Paradise

A Capitol Fourth Living St. Louis

9:00

Beecham House

Food Is Love

Movie: The Accidental Tourist A Capitol Fourth Encore

Antiques Roadshow

The Accidental Tourist To be announced

POV: The Neutral Ground

TUE 6

Finding Your Roots

The Latino Experience

Frontline

Building the American Dream

WED 7

Nature: Wild Florida

Nova: Cuba's Cancer Hope

Wonders of Mexico

Pacific Heartbeat

THU 8

Donnybrook

Donnybrook Next Up

The Indian Doctor

FRI 9

Washington Week

Donnybrook

Father Brown

(8:45) Doc Martin (8:45) Escape to Chateau

Pride and Prejudice

Variety Studio

Beecham House

Food Is Love

SAT 10

Antiques Roadshow

Death in Paradise

SUN 11

Tales from the Royal…

Unforgotten

Professor T

Movie: The Magnificent Seven

MON 12

St. Louis Stories: Jewish Americans

Antiques Roadshow

Songs for St. Louis

POV: Landfall

TUE 13

Finding Your Roots

The Latino Experience

Frontline

Downing of a Flag

WED 14

Nature: Super Hummingbirds

Nova: Meteor Strike

Wonders of Mexico

Painting Santa Fe

THU 15

Donnybrook

Donnybrook Next Up

The Indian Doctor

(8:45) Doc Martin

Pride and Prejudice

Variety Studio

FRI 16

Washington Week

Donnybrook

Father Brown

(8:45) Escape to Chateau

Beecham House

Food Is Love

SAT 17 SUN 18 MON 19

Movie: The Magnificent Seven

Antiques Roadshow

Death in Paradise

Lucy Worsley's Royal Palace

Unforgotten

Professor T

Movie: No Way Out

Antiques Roadshow

Soul of Ferguson Revue

POV: Stateless

Living St. Louis

Roadshow Recut

Movie: No Way Out

TUE 20

In Their Own Words

The Latino Experience

Frontline

Downing of a Flag

WED 21

Nature: Serengeti Rules

Nova: Asteroid

Icon: Music through the Lens

Great Performances: Roots of Latin

THU 22

Donnybrook

Donnybrook Next Up

The Indian Doctor

(8:45) Doc Martin

Pride and Prejudice

Roadshow Recut

FRI 23

Washington Week

Donnybrook

Father Brown

(8:45) Escape to the Chateau

Beecham House

Food Is Love

SAT 24

Antiques Roadshow

Death in Paradise

SUN 25

Secrets of Royal Travel

Unforgotten

Professor T

Movie: Some Like It Hot

Antiques Roadshow

To be announced

POV

MON 26

Living St. Louis

Roadshow Recut

TUE 27

In Their Own Words

WED 28

Nature: Super Cats

Movie: Some Like It Hot

American Masters: Buddy Guy Nova: Creatures of Light

Independent Lens: Rumble

Icon: Music through the Lens

Classic Albums: Queen

THU 29

Donnybrook

Donnybrook Next Up

The Indian Doctor

(8:45) Doc Martin

Pride and Prejudice

Roadshow Recut

FRI 30

Washington Week

Donnybrook

Father Brown

(8:45) Escape to Chateau

Beecham House

Food Is Love

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Antiques Roadshow

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Movie: WarGames


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Channel 9.3 and Spectrum 185 | July programming features a collection of films about democracy and race in the U.S.

JUL–AUG SCHEDULE MON -FRI

SAT-SUN

7:00

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

Sid the Science Kid

7:30

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

8:00

Sesame Street

Donkey Hodie

8:30

Elinor Wonders Why

Elinor Wonders Why

9:00

Clifford the Big Dog (Reboot)

Sesame Street

9:30

Dinosaur Train

Super WHY!

10:00

Let's Go Luna!

Clifford (Reboot)

10:30

Nature Cat

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

11:00

Nature Cat

Dinosaur Train

11:30

Xavier Riddle

Let's Go Luna!

12:00

Molly of Denali

Martha Speaks

12:30

Hero Elementary

Nature Cat

1:00

Cyberchase

Cyberchase

1:30

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

WordGirl

2:00

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

Hero Elementary

2:30

Elinor Wonders Why

Xavier Riddle

3:00

Donkey Hodie

Molly of Denali

3:30

Curious George

Arthur

4:00

Curious George

Odd Squad

4:30

Xavier Riddle

Wild Kratts

5:00

Molly of Denali

Curious George

5:30

Hero Elementary

Curious George

6:00

Wild Kratts

6:30

Wild Kratts

7:00

Odd Squad

7:30

Odd Squad

8:00

Arthur

8:30

Arthur

9:00

Clifford the Big Dog (Reboot)

Sesame Street

9:30

Dinosaur Train

Super WHY!

10:00

Let's Go Luna!

Clifford (Reboot)

America ReFramed: Island Soldier The death of Sapuro “Sapp” Nena in Afghanistan makes waves through a community where nearly everyone is connected to the U.S. military. Known as a "recruiter's paradise," Micronesia, a U.S. territory in the Pacific Ocean, contributes a disproportionate number of soldiers to the American armed forces, who cannot receive benefits. Yet, scores of young men leave their families behind in pursuit of the American Dream.

PM

Tuesday, July 13, 7 pm

America ReFramed: Moroni for President Frustrated about the lack of progress on the Navajo reservation, Moroni Benally, a witty academic LGBTQ candidate with radical ideas, hopes to defeat the incumbent president. Fraught with challenges, Moroni soon discovers that theory and a platform does not necessarily prepare you for the daily dirt of politics and the unpredictability of voters' choices.

PBS KIDS Family Night FRI–SUN 6:30–9:00 PM

Tuesday, July 27, 7 pm

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TUE

WE D

THU

FRI

S AT

SUN

7:00

This Old House

American Woodshop

This Old House

Classic Woodworking

This Old House

Ask This Old House

Classical Stretch

7:30

Ask This Old House

Woodsmith Shop

Ask This Old House

Woodsmith Shop

Ask This Old House

This Old House

Classical Stretch

8:00

Dining with the Chef

Ciao Italia

Primal Grill

Ciao Italia

Primal Grill

Garden Home

Christina Cooks

8:30

Fit to Eat

New Scandinavian Cooking; Food Flirts 7/13

America’s Test Kitchen

New Scandinavian Cooking; Food Flirts 7/8

America’s Test Kitchen

Growing a Greener World

The Jazzy Vegetarian

9:00

Hometown Georgia; Let’s Go Minn. 7/19

Two for the Road

9:30

Seeing the USA

Travelscope

Afro-Latino Canvasing the World Fly Brother; Travels 7/29 Curious Traveler

Travelscope

Cycle around Japan

Trails to Oishii Tokyo

Places to Love

Journeys in Japan

10:00

Rick Steves’ Europe

Garden Home

10:30

Best of Joy of Painting

Garden Smart

11:00

Essential Pepin

Ciao Italia

Primal Grill

Ciao Italia

Primal Grill

11:30

To Dine For

Noon

Best of Sewing

Quilting Arts

Knit & Crochet Now

Quilting Arts

Best of Sewing

12.30

Paint This

Painting and Travel

Painting with Wilson

Painting with Paulson

Paint This

1:00

This Old House

American Woodshop

This Old House

Classic Woodworking

This Old House

1:30

Ask This Old House

Woodsmith Shop

Ask This Old House

Woodsmith Shop

Ask This Old House

2:00

Best of Sewing

Quilting Arts

Knit & Crochet Now

Quilting Arts

Best of Sewing

This Old House

2:30

America’s Test Kitchen

Cook’s Country

America’s Test Kitchen

Cook’s Country

America’s Test Kitchen

Ask This Old House

3:00

Essential Pepin

Ciao Italia

Primal Grill

Ciao Italia

Primal Grill

America’s Test Kitchen

Scandinavian Cooking; America’s Test Kitchen Scandinavian Cooking; America’s Test Kitchen Food Flirts 7/13 Food Flirts 7/8

SH OW C ASE

SH OWC A S E

Scandinavian Cooking; America’s Test Kitchen Scandinavian Cooking; America’s Test Kitchen Food Flirts 7/13 Food Flirts 7/8

Cook’s Country

Afro-Latino Canvasing the World Fly Brother; Travels 7/29

Cycle around Japan

Garden Home

Plates & Places; Kitchen Queens 7/18

Places to Love

Garden to Table

Simply Ming

3:30

Fit to Eat

4:00

Hometown Georgia; Let’s Go Minn. 7/19

Two for the Road

4:30

Seeing the USA

Travelscope

Curious Traveler

Travelscope

5:00

Rick Steves’ Europe

Moveable Feast; tasteMAKERS 7/11

5:30

Plates and Places; Kitchen Queens 7/10

Lidia’s Kitchen

6:00

Simply Ming

Sara’s Weeknight Meals Field Trip with Curtis

6:30

Cook’s Country

George Hirsch

7:00

America’s Test Kitchen

Milk Street

Project Fire

Simply Ming

Project Fire

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Cook’s Country

Pati’s Mexican Table

Cook’s Country

Pati’s Mexican Table

George Hirsch

Lidia’s Kitchen

Milk Street

America’s Test Kitchen

No Passport Required; Great Estates 7/17

No Passport Required; Great Estates 7/18

Plates and Places; Kitchen Queens 7/12

7:30 8–8:30

S H OWCA S E

Best of Joy of Painting

9:00

Rick Steves’ Europe

Rail Adventures; Rick Steves 7/24

9:30

Seeing the USA

Travelscope

10:00

Born to Explore

Two for the Road

10:30

America’s Test Kitchen

Cook’s Country

S HOW CASE S

Curious Traveler

Travelscope

Afro-Latino Canvasing the World Fly Brother; Travels 7/29 America’s Test Kitchen

Cook’s Country

S H OW C A S E

Changes weekly

Essential Pepin

To Dine For

Baking with Julia; Ciao Italia 7/10

New Scandinavian Cooking; Food Flirts 7/18

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CHANNELS

over the air

SPECTRUM digital cable

9.1

709

9.2

710

9.3

185

9.4

184

AUGUST PROGRAM LISTINGS

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Weekdays MON

TUE

WED

THU

FRI

Rick Steves’ Europe

5:30

Classical Stretch

6:00

BBC World News

6:30

Wild Kratts

7:00

Hero Elementary

7:30

Xavier Riddle

8:00

Clifford the Big Red Dog

8:30

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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SUN | AUG 1 MORNING 5:00

Rick Steves' Europe

5:30

In the Americas with David Yetman

6:00

Molly of Denali

6:30

Wild Kratts

7:00

Hero Elementary

9:00

Donkey Hodie

9:30

Elinor Wonders Why

10:00

Sesame Street

7:30

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

10:30

Pinkalicious & Peterrific

8:00

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

11:00

Dinosaur Train

9:00

Donkey Hodie

9:30

Living St. Louis (9)

Teaching in Room 9 Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

11:30

PreK-K (Reading and Math)

PreK-K (Science)

12:00

1st and 2nd (Reading and Math)

1st (Science)

12:30

3rd (Reading and Math)

2nd (Science)

1:00

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LISTINGS KEY

5:00

Letters and Sounds

Related Arts Friends and Art Feelings

1:30

Let's Go Luna

2:00

Nature Cat

Movement

2:30

Wild Kratts

3:00

Molly of Denali

3:30

Xavier Riddle

4:00

Odd Squad

4:30

Arthur

5:00

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot about That!

5:30

BBC World News America

6:00

PBS NewsHour

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3rd (Science)

10:00

Food Is Love (9)

10:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

11:00

History with David Rubenstein

11:30

Rick Steves' Europe AFTERNOON

12:00

Escape to the Chateau

1:00

Indian Doctor

1:45

Doc Martin

2:30

Pride and Prejudice

3:30

Articulate with Jim Cotter

4:00

Classical Tahoe

5:00

Eyes on the Prize

6:00

PBS NewsHour Weekend

6:30

America's Forests with Chuck Leavell EVENING

7:00

Secrets of Royal Travel

8:00

Unforgotten on Masterpiece

9:00

Professor T

10:00

Movie: Thelma & Louise (1991)


AUGUST

Jesse Owens: American Experience The most famous athlete of his time, his stunning triumph at the 1936 Olympic Games captivated the world even as it infuriated the Nazis. But when the four-time Olympic gold medalist returned home, he could not even ride in the front of a bus. This is an encore presentation of the story of the 22-year-old son of a sharecropper who triumphed over adversity to become a hero and world champion.

› Tuesday, August 3, 8 pm

LATE NIGHT

10:00 This Light of Mine

Secrets of Royal Travel

11:00

BBC World News

1:15

Unforgotten

11:30

Amanpour and Company

2:15

Professor T

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

12:30

NHK Newsline

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

1:00

Antiques Roadshow

4:30

Travelscope

12:15

MON | AUG 2 EVENING

7:00 7:30 8:00 9:00

Living St. Louis (9) Antiques Roadshow Recut Antiques Roadshow In Their Own Words: Chuck Berry

EVENING 7:00

Donnybrook (9)

7:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

8:00

Indian Doctor

8:45 Doc Martin

2:00 Living St. Louis (9)

9:30

2:30 Food Is Love (9)

10:30

Antiques Roadshow Recut

3:00 Samantha Brown's Places to Love

11:00

BBC World News

3:30 Best of the Joy of Painting

11:30

Amanpour and Company

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

LATE NIGHT

WED | AUG 4

LATE NIGHT 12:30

NHK Newsline

1:00

Nature: Super Cats

2:00

Nova: Emperor's Ghost Army

3:00

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

NHK Newsline

8:00

4:30

Travelscope

9:00 Icon: Music through the Lens

POV: Pier Kids

11:30

Amanpour and Company

EVENING

LATE NIGHT

Nova: Emperor's Ghost Army

1:00

Icon: Music through the Lens

2:00

Live from the Artists Den

3:00

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

10:00 Classic Albums: Fleetwood Mac: Rumours (PB)

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

TUE | AUG 3 EVENING

11:00 11:30 12:30

FRI | AUG 6 EVENING

BBC World News Amanpour and Company

7:00

Washington Week

LATE NIGHT

7:30

Donnybrook (9)

NHK Newsline

8:00

Father Brown

Finding Your Roots

8:45 Escape to the Chateau 9:30

1:00

2:00 Jesse Owens: American Experience

3:00 Samantha Brown's Places to Love

10:30

Food Is Love (9) BBC World News Amanpour and Company

7:00

Finding Your Roots

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

11:00

8:00

Jesse Owens: American Experience

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

11:30

9:00

The Fight: American Experience

4:30

Travelscope

Pride and Prejudice

7:00 Nature: Super Cats: Cats in Every Corner

10:00

12:30

THU | AUG 5

Beecham House on Masterpiece

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Show Me the Music: A Celebration of the Missouri Bicentennial This all-star concert representing a range of genres was captured live at The Sheldon in May 2021. It includes performances by bluegrass star Rhonda Vincent and her band, The Rage, jazz pianist Peter Martin with an ensemble of top jazz musicians from St. Louis and Kansas City, blues and R&B vocalist Anita Jackson, Missouri fiddler Howard Marshall, ragtime pianist Royce Martin, and the ZouM faculty ensemble from the University of Missouri.

› Monday, August 9, 7 pm; August 10, 10 pm

LATE NIGHT

2:30 Jamie's Ultimate Veg

10:00

Food Is Love (9)

12:30

NHK Newsline

3:00 Steven Raichlen’s Project Fire

10:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

1:00

Donnybrook (9)

3:30 Food Is Love (9)

11:00

History with David Rubenstein

1:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

4:00

MotorWeek

11:30

Rick Steves' Europe

2:00

This Light of Mine

4:30

American Woodshop

3:00

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

5:00 This Old House

12:00

Escape to the Chateau

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

5:30 Ask This Old House

1:00

Indian Doctor

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend

1:45

Doc Martin

4:30

Travelscope

6:30 Garden Smart

2:30

Pride and Prejudice

3:30

Pride and Prejudice

7:00 Antiques Roadshow

4:30

Articulate with Jim Cotter

8:00

5:00

Eyes on the Prize

9:00 Movie: The Killing Fields (1984)

6:00

PBS NewsHour Weekend

LATE NIGHT

7:00

In Their Own Words: Princess Diana

12:30

Father Brown

8:00

Unforgotten on Masterpiece

Escape to the Chateau

9:00

Professor T

EVENING

SAT | AUG 7 MORNING

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5:00

Rick Steves' Europe

5:30

Travelscope

6:00

Molly of Denali

6:30

Wild Kratts

7:00

Hero Elementary

7:30

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

8:00

Curious George

8:30

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

9:00

Donkey Hodie

9:30

Elinor Wonders Why

11:30

1:15

Death in Paradise

EVENING

Austin City Limits

2:00 Beecham House

3:00 Samantha Brown's Places to Love

3:30 Best of the Joy of Painting

12:30

In Their Own Words

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

1:30

Unforgotten

4:30

Travelscope

2:30

Professor T

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

10:00

Baking with Julia

10:30

Lidia's Kitchen

11:00

Pati's Mexican Table

11:30

Simply Ming

AFTERNOON

5:30 In the Americas with David Yetman

12:00 Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television

6:00 Molly of Denali

6:30

12:30

Maria's Portuguese Table

7:00 Hero Elementary

1:00

America's Test Kitchen

1:30

Cook's Country

2:00

Kitchen Queens: New Orleans

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AFTERNOON

SUN | AUG 8 MORNING

5:00 Rick Steves' Europe

Movie: The Killing Fields (1984) LATE NIGHT

MON | AUG 9 EVENING

7:00 Show Me the Music: A Celebration of the Missouri Bicentennial

7:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

8:00

Antiques Roadshow

8:00

Curious George

9:00

Antiques Roadshow

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood

10:00

POV: Minding the Gap

11:30

Amanpour and Company

8:30

Wild Kratts

10:00

9:00 Donkey Hodie

9:30

Living St. Louis (9)


AUGUST

LATE NIGHT

3:30 Best of the Joy of Painting

12:30

NHK Newsline

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

1:00

Icon: Music through the Lens

4:30

Travelscope

2:00

Live from the Artists Den

3:00

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

WED | AUG 11

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

TUE | AUG 10

THU | AUG 12 EVENING

7:00

Donnybrook (9)

7:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

8:00

Missouri! A Bicentennial Celebration

7:00 Nature: Super Cats: Science and Secrets

9:00

Doc Martin

9:45

Pride and Prejudice

8:00

11:00

BBC World News

9:00 Icon: Music through the Lens

11:30

Amanpour and Company

EVENING

Nova: Operation Lighthouse Rescue

10:00 Classic Albums

LATE NIGHT

EVENING

11:00

BBC World News

12:30

NHK Newsline

Finding Your Roots

11:30

Amanpour and Company

1:00

Nature: Super Cats

LATE NIGHT

2:00

Nova: Operation Lighthouse Rescue

10:00 Show Me the Music: A Celebration of the Missouri Bicentennial

12:30

NHK Newsline

3:00

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

1:00

Frontline

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

11:00

BBC World News

3:00 Samantha Brown's Places to Love

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

11:30

Amanpour and Company

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:30

Travelscope

LATE NIGHT

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

12:30

NHK Newsline

4:30

Travelscope

1:00

Antiques Roadshow

2:00

Show Me the Music

3:00

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

7:00 8:00

Frontline

FRI | AUG 13 EVENING

7:00

Washington Week

7:30

Donnybrook (9)

8:00

Father Brown

8:45 Escape to the Chateau

9:30

In Their Own Words

10:30

Missouri! A Bicentennial Celebration

11:30

BBC World News LATE NIGHT

12:00

Amanpour and Company

1:00

Donnybrook (9)

1:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

2:00

Show Me the Music

3:00

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

SAT | AUG 14 MORNING

5:00

Rick Steves' Europe

5:30

Travelscope

6:00

Molly of Denali

Missouri! A Bicentennial Celebration

6:30

Wild Kratts

7:00

Hero Elementary

Enjoy this warm tribute to the Show-Me State and its people. This historical documentary is a sweeping snapshot of Missouri’s statehood, from its early territory days to the pivotal role it played during the Civil War. Missouri’s extraordinary story and role in national history is told through historians, rich narration, and abundant archival images.

7:30

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

8:00

Longevity Paradox (PB)

9:30

Food as Medicine (PB)

11:00

How to Be a Breadhead (PB)

› Thursday, August 12, 8 pm; August 13, 10:30 pm

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AFTERNOON

11:00

Dear Jerry: Celebrating the Music of Jerry Garcia (PB)

6:00

Molly of Denali

6:30

Wild Kratts

LATE NIGHT

7:00

Hero Elementary

Brain Fitness (PB)

7:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

12:30

America's Test Kitchen: 20th Anniversary Special (PB)

2:00

Change Your Brain, Heal Your Mind (PB)

12:30

2:30 Aging Backwards 2 (PB)

4:00

Sinatra in Concert (PB)

3:30 Forever Painless (PB)

5:30

Aging Backwards 2 (PB)

6:30

Straight No Chaser (PB)

8:00

9:30

EVENING

SUN | AUG 15

Candy Men: The Story of Switzer's Licorice (PB) (9)

5:00 Rick Steves' Europe

Alicia Keys in L.A. (PB)

5:30 In the Americas with David Yetman

MORNING

8:00

Rick Steves' Island Hopping Europe (PB)

8:30

Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide (PB)

10:30 The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross (PB) AFTERNOON 6:30

All Creatures Great and Small: Between the Pages (PB) EVENING

8:00

Unforgotten on Masterpiece (PB)

9:00

Professor T (PB)

10:00

Change Your Brain, Heal Your Mind (PB) LATE NIGHT

12:00

Longevity Paradox (PB)

1:30

Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide (PB)

3:30

Candy Men: The Story of Switzer's Licorice (PB) (9)

MON | AUG 16 EVENING 7:00

This Land Is Your Land (My Music) (PB)

8:30

The Bee Gees: One Night Only (PB)

10:00

Show Me 66: Main Street Through Missouri (PB)

11:30

Straight No Chaser (PB) LATE NIGHT

1:00

BBC World News

1:30

Amanpour and Company

2:30

NHK Newsline

3:00

3 Steps to Pain-Free Living (PB)

TUE | AUG 17 EVENING 7:00

Henry Louis Gates, Jr.: Uncovering America (PB)

8:30 Mary Chapin Carpenter: One Night Lonely 10:00

Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide (PB) LATE NIGHT

12:00

Aging Backwards 2 (PB)

1:00

BBC World News

1:30

Amanpour and Company

2:30

NHK Newsline

3:00

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WED | AUG 18 EVENING

7:00

Ken Burns: The National Parks (PB)

9:00

Icon: Music through the Lens

10:00

Icon: Music through the Lens

11:00

Deepak Chopra: TThe Spiritual Laws of Success (PB)

LATE NIGHT

1:00

BBC World News

1:30

Amanpour and Company

2:30

NHK Newsline

3:00

Deepak Chopra: The Spiritual Laws of Success (PB)

THU | AUG 19 EVENING

7:00

Donnybrook (9)

7:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

8:00 John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (PB)

LATE NIGHT

10:00

Pink Floyd: Live in Venice (PB)

11:30

Mary Chapin Carpenter: One Night Lonely (PB)

12:00

Aging Backwards 2 (PB)

1:00

BBC World News

LATE NIGHT

1:30

Amanpour and Company

2:30

NHK Newsline

1:00

BBC World News

1:30

Amanpour and Company

2:30

NHK Newsline

3:00

3:00

Change Your Brain, Heal Your Mind (PB)

FRI | AUG 20

John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (PB)

SAT | AUG 21 MORNING 5:00

Rick Steves' Europe

5:30

Travelscope

6:00

Molly of Denali

7:30 Great Performances Andrea Bocelli: Believe (PB)

6:30

Wild Kratts

9:00 Candy Men: The Story of Switzer's Licorice (PB) (9)

7:00

Hero Elementary

7:30

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

EVENING

7:00 Washington Week

10:30

Dear Jerry: Celebrating the Music of Jerry Garcia (PB)

8:00

Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide (PB)

10:00

3 Steps to Pain-Free Living (PB) AFTERNOON

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The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross (PB) EVENING

8:00

This Land Is Your Land (PB)

9:30

The Bee Gees: One Night Only (PB)

11:00

Pink Floyd: Live in Venice (PB) LATE NIGHT

12:30

American Masters: Ballerina Boys (PB)

2:00

Ultimate Pet Health Guide (PB)

3:30

America's Test Kitchen: 20th Anniversary Special (PB)

SUN | AUG 22 MORNING

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Rick Steves' Europe

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In the Americas with David Yetman

6:00

Molly of Denali

6:30

Wild Kratts

7:00

Hero Elementary

7:30

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

8:00

Discovering Your Warrior Spirit (PB)

9:30

Change Your Brain, Heal Your Mind (PB)

11:30

Deepak Chopra: The Spiritual Laws of Success (PB) AFTERNOON

1:30

3 Steps to Pain-Free Living (PB)

3:00

Longevity Paradox (PB)

4:30

Rick Steves' Hunger and Hope (PB)

6:00

John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (PB)

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TUE | AUG 24 EVENING

7:00

Native America

8:00

Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things (PB)

10:00

Underground Railroad: The William Still Story (PB)

11:30

Forever Painless (PB) LATE NIGHT

1:00

BBC World News

1:30

Amanpour and Company

2:30

NHK Newsline

3:00

5 Day Rapid Reset (PB)

WED | AUG 25 EVENING

7:00 Expedition with Steve Backshall: Unpacked

8:00

Brain Fitness (PB)

9:30

Rick Steves' Fascism in Europe (PB)

11:00

Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide (PB) LATE NIGHT

1:00

BBC World News

1:30

Amanpour and Company

2:30

NHK Newsline

3:00

Rick Steves' Europe Awaits (PB)

THU | AUG 26 EVENING

7:00

Donnybrook (9)

7:30

Donnybrook Next Up (9)

8:00

Straight No Chaser (PB)

9:30

Dolly Parton: I Will Always Love You (PB)

11:00

Ken Burns: The National Parks (PB) LATE NIGHT

EVENING Agatha and the Midnight Murders (PB)

10:00

Downton Abbey Returns! (PB)

7:00 Great Performances Andrea Bocelli: Believe (PB)

11:30

Marian Anderson: Once in a Hundred Years (PB)

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1:00

Master Your Future (PB)

2:30

The Bee Gees: One Night Only (PB)

4:00

Easy Yoga: The Secret to Strength and Balance (PB)

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BBC World News

1:30

Amanpour and Company

2:30

NHK Newsline

3:00 It's What's Happening, Baby: The 60s (PB)

EVENING

8:30

FRI | AUG 27 EVENING

Straight No Chaser (PB)

7:00

Washington Week

LATE NIGHT

7:30

Liza with a Z (PB)

12:00

Mindfulness Goes Mainstream (PB)

1:00

BBC World News

9:00

Country Music: Live at the Ryman (PB)

1:30

Amanpour and Company

2:30

NHK Newsline

11:00

Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things (PB)

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BBC World News

1:30

Amanpour and Company

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3 Steps to Pain-Free Living (PB)

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SUN | AUG 29

LATE NIGHT

EVENING

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7:00

Living St. Louis (9)

5:30 In the Americas with David Yetman

8:00

Antiques Roadshow

6:00 Molly of Denali

9:00

Antiques Roadshow

6:30

Wild Kratts

10:00

POV: The Song of the Butterflies

7:00 Hero Elementary

11:00

BBC World News

11:30

Amanpour and Company

SAT | AUG 28 MORNING

7:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum

5:00

Rick Steves' Europe

8:00

5:30

Travelscope

6:00

Molly of Denali

9:00 Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide (PB)

6:30

Wild Kratts

7:00

Hero Elementary

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Mindfulness Goes Mainstream (PB)

12:30 Show Me 66: Main Street through Missouri (PB)

9:00

Forever Painless (PB)

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Longevity Paradox (PB)

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5:30 Salute to Budapest and Vienna (PB)

10:30

LATE NIGHT

Easy Yoga for Diabetes (PB)

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12:30

NHK Newsline

1:00 Lucy Worsley's Royal Myths and Secrets

2:00

In Their Own Words

3:00

Samantha Brown's Places to Love

3:30

Best of the Joy of Painting

4:00

Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

4:30

Travelscope

TUE | AUG 31

12:00

How to Be a Breadhead (PB)

1:30

Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide (PB)

7:00 Lucy Worsley's Royal Myths and Secrets

7:00

Native America

Rick Steves' Europe Awaits (PB)

8:00

8:00

Generation 9/11

Dolly Parton: I Will Always Love You (PB)

10:00 Liza with a Z (PB)

10:00

To be announced

11:30 Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement Guide (PB)

11:00

To be announced

3:30

5:30

EVENING

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EVENING

Classical Rewind (PB)

8:30

Wicked in Concert (PB)

LATE NIGHT

It's What's Happening, Baby: The 60s (PB)

10:30

Deepak Chopra: The Spiritual Laws of Success (PB)

1:30 Country Music: Live at the Ryman (PB)

3:30 Dolly Parton: I Will Always Love You (PB)

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Food Fix (PB)

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Rick Steves' Island Hopping Europe (PB)

Downton Abbey Returns! (PB)

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EVENING

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Living St. Louis (9)

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Dr. Fuhrman's Food as Medicine

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9:30

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Professor T

10:30

Movie: Thelma & Louise

Antiques Roadshow

POV: Pier Kids

TUE 3

Finding Your Roots

Jesse Owens: American Experience

The Fight: American Experience

This Light of Mine

WED 4

Nature: Super Cats

Nova: Emperor's Ghost Army

Icon: Music through the Lens

Classic Albums: Rumours

THU 5

Donnybrook

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The Indian Doctor

(8:45) Doc Martin

Pride and Prejudice

Roadshow Recut

FRI 6

Washington Week

Donnybrook

Father Brown

(8:45) Escape to the Chateau

Beecham House

Food Is Love

SAT 7

Antiques Roadshow

Death in Paradise

SUN 8

In Their Own Words

Unforgotten

Professor T

Movie: The Killing Fields

MON 9

Show Me the Music

Antiques Roadshow

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TUE 10

Finding Your Roots

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Nature: Super Cats

Frontline

THU 12

Donnybrook

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Nova: Operation Lighthouse Rescue Missouri! A Bicentennial Celebration

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Washington Week

Donnybrook

Father Brown

SAT 14

(6:30) Straight No Chaser

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(6:30) All Creatures Great and Small Special

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Unforgotten

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In Their Own Words Alicia Keys in L.A.

Change Your Brain, Heal Your Mind

Professor T

Suze Orman's Ultimate Retirement

The National Parks

Icon: Music through the Lens

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John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind Great Performances: Andrea Bocelli

(noon) Many Rivers to Cross

Candy Men: The Story of Switzer's Licorice

Expedition with Steve Backshall

THU 26

Donnybrook

FRI 27

Washington Week

SAT 28

Brain Fitness

Rick Steves’ Fascism in Europe

Straight No Chaser

Dolly Parton: I Will Always Love You Country Music: Live at the Ryman

Classical Rewind

Living St. Louis

To be announced

Native America

Rick Steves’ Europe Awaits Underground Railroad: The William Still Story

Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things

Liza with a Z

Lucy Worsley's Royal Myths

Downton Abbey Returns!

Straight No Chaser

Donnybrook Next Up

The Music of Jerry Garcia

The Bee Gees: One Night Only

Agatha and the Midnight Murders

Great Performances: Andrea Bocelli

WED 25

Icon: Music through the Lens Pink Floyd: Live in Venice

This Land Is Your Land

(6:00) John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind

Native America

TUE 31

(8:45) Escape to the Chateau

Candy Men: The Story of Switzer's Licorice

TUE 24

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(9:45) Pride and Prejudice

Mary Chapin Carpenter

Washington Week

SUN 29

Doc Martin

Uncovering America Special

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MON 23

Classic Albums

Show Me 66

Donnybrook

SUN 22

Icon: Music through the Lens

The Bee Gees: One Night Only

THU 19

SAT 21

Show Me the Music

This Land Is Your Land

WED 18

Movie: The Killing Fields

It's What's Happening, Baby: The 60s Wicked in Concert Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow

Generation 9/11

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