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January–February 2013 Volume 04, Number 01

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The Nine Network

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Photo Montage Message From the President

The Wait Is Over Wedding bells are ringing, the in-laws are sniping, servants are scheming and sometimes it’s hard to keep a stiff upper lip. But that’s life at Downton Abbey. Welcome back, Crawley family, to season three on Nine PBS.

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Nine Networking Volcanoes worldwide on Life on Fire. • How will Missouri handle the Affordable Heath Care Act? • Backstage at Stay Tuned. • Success for Nine’s Heroin Response. • Remember to investigate Next Avenue, but don’t tell your kids. • Join Nine’s Living St. Louis at the symphony. • Ryan Seacrest hosts Pioneers of Television. • Meet Nine volunteer Jay Kridel. • Three hours of arts programming every Sunday. • Henry Ford and other titans on American Experience.

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Lengthen, strengthen and unwind with Classical Stretch; swim with the Kratts on Wild Kratts: Lost at Sea.

January Listings January Prime Time Kids and Create Schedules February Listings February Prime Time Repeat Schedule

On the Cover: Downton Abbey cast members (L–R) Brendan Coyle, Shirley MacLaine, Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Dan Stevens and Michelle Dockery. Above: Shirley MacLaine as the Countess of Grantham’s American mother, Martha Levinson. Cover and above photos courtesy of © Carnival Film & Television Limited 2012 for Masterpiece. Nine Network 3655 Olive St. St. Louis, MO 63108 (314) 512-9000 Fax (314) 512-9005 letters@ketc.org 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday–Friday Member Services (314) 512-9199 (800) 729-9966

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Directors of the Arthur and Helen Baer Charitable Foundation Dan Sullivan (L) and Pat Stark (R) are presented with the Nine Network’s Pioneer Spirit Award by President and CEO Jack Galmiche in November.

PBS NewsHour correspondent Hari Sreenivasan (center) at a presidential debate watch party in October at CAM (Contemporary Art Museum).

PBS Kids troubadour Mr. Steve greets fans at St. Louis County Library headquarters in November.

Former state representative Emmy McClelland (L) and former state senator Joan Bray (R) informed the Nine Network’s and KSDK’s joint election coverage on November 6.

A scene from the November debut of Nine’s new local series Stay Tuned.

The Nine Network hosted Evaluation for Social Impact: A St. Louis Summit, which included a discussion featuring (L–R) Starsky Wilson of Deaconess Foundation St. Louis, Sara Olsen of SVT Consulting, Pranav Kothari of Mission Measurement and Debra Natenshon of Center for What Works.

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The groundbreaking for an innovative Public Media Commons in Grand Center on October 20, 2012, celebrated a unique collaboration that will bring together public media, education and the arts.

Vice Chair Patrick Sly Treasurer Steven Frank Secretary Maxine Clark Members Spencer Burke Dan Burkhardt Marianna Deal Michael A. DeHaven Pepe Prince Finn Jeffrey Hall Harvey A. Harris Juanita Hinshaw Janet M. Holloway Edward Koplar Ken Kranzberg Michael J. Lovett Eugene J. Mackey III Kim Olson Randy Schilling Jack Schreiber Hugh Scott III Lewis Shepley Thad Simons David Steward II Dr. Donald Suggs Milton P. Wilkins Jr.

Nine Network Senior Staff President and CEO Jack Galmiche Senior Vice President, COO and CFO Richard E. Skalski Senior Vice President of Community Engagement Amy Shaw Vice President of Programming Patricia Kistler Vice President of Engineering and Operations Chrys Marlow Vice President of Production Patrick Murphy Vice President of Development Dan Shasserre Open to the Public: The public is invited to meetings of the Nine Network board of directors. For information about Nine’s public meetings, call Cathy Peterson at (314) 512-9017.

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Dear Friends, We begin 2013 with the sense of achievement our founders must have felt when they saw their vision for Channel 9 take form nearly 60 years ago. A few years ago, we envisioned an expanded role in our community—a role we believe we were uniquely positioned to take. It was actually our founders’ vision set in a new age. We believed we could apply our resources in better service to the community, building on the trust we have established over the decades to bring our region together on key issues. We knew we couldn’t do it alone. But we also knew that when community organizations work together, their collective impact is far greater than any single organization can achieve alone. Frankly, the work has been challenging. But the results have been compelling. Thousands of St. Louis area residents prevented foreclosure because community nonprofits collaborated with us to connect people at risk to the resources they needed. And today, we are working with area nonprofits to help young people and families combat conditions that affect the future of our entire region. Our community depends on our collective ability to identify solutions and take effective action just as we are doing with American Graduate, Youth at Risk, Heroin Response, and our immigration initiative. Yes, we have taken on some big issues. But our community has a big heart and an amazing spirit. We are not willing to accept the status quo. And we are not willing to foreclose on big ideas.

Our region has many strengths and great potential, particularly in health and healthcare, science and technology, arts and culture, energy and the environment, education and the quality of life in our community. Through our partnerships we have been able to shine a brighter light on our region’s achievements while sparking innovations and addressing critical issues. We realize that to truly invest in our region means that we must make a long-term commitment—together. We recently celebrated the philanthropic spirit of Arthur B. Baer with our annual Pioneer Spirit Award. He was not only a philanthropist; he was a futurist. He invested in what would give our community hope, strength and the means to achieve great things for the future. St. Louis philanthropists have already contributed more than $19 million toward our $25 million campaign to move forward. But, just as it was when we were founded, we need the active support and participation of our entire community to make it happen. Please help us build our capacity to bring St. Louis together for a stronger future by contributing to our Igniting the Spirit of Possibility campaign today. Yours truly,

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The Wait Is Over Downton Abbey Returns

Clockwise from top left: Could love finally arrive for Lady Edith Crawley (Laura Carmichael and Sir Anthony Strallen (Robert Bathurst); Lady Violet Crawley (Maggie Smith, L) chats with her daughter-in-law’s mother, Martha Levinson (Shirley MacLaine); John Bates (Brendan Coyle) in prison; Jim Carter as Mr. Carson. Photos courtesy of ŠCarnival Film & Television Limited 2012 for Masterpiece.

Tune In: Masterpiece: Downton Abbey airs Sundays at 8:00 p.m. beginning January 6. It repeats Tuesdays at 2:00 a.m. beginning January 8 and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. beginning January 12.

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he Great War is over and the long-awaited engagement of Lady Mary and Matthew is on, but all is not tranquil at Downton Abbey as wrenching social changes, romantic intrigues and personal crises grip the majestic English country estate for a third thrilling season. The returning cast includes Hugh Bonneville, Dame Maggie Smith as the Dowager Countess of Grantham, Elizabeth McGovern, Dan Stevens, Michelle Dockery, Jim Carter, Penelope Wilton, Joanne Froggatt, Brendan Coyle and a host of others, joined by Shirley MacLaine (Best Actress Oscar winner for 1983’s Terms of Endearment), who plays Martha Levinson, the very American mother of Cora, Countess of Grantham (McGovern). Years earlier, Cora rescued Downton Abbey with her American wealth by marrying Robert, Earl of Grantham (Bonneville). Now, New World and Old World are about to clash as Cora’s mother locks horns with Robert’s redoubtable mother, Lady Violet, played by Maggie Smith. Among the intertwined storylines of the 18 primary characters populating Downton Abbey, the most central is the one involving Lady Mary (Dockery), the eldest of Lord and Lady Grantham’s daughters, and her distant cousin Matthew Crawley (Stevens), the reluctant heir to the Downton estate. Last season closed with Matthew recovered from his war wounds and ready to tie the knot with Lady Mary. Meanwhile, Mary’s youngest sister, Sybil (Jessica BrownFindlay), has eloped to Ireland with the political-minded chauffeur, Branson (Allen Leech), and is expecting a child. A tantalizing glimpse ahead: head housemaid Anna (Froggatt) and valet Bates (Coyle) face new ordeals in their star-crossed marriage. Downton’s

impeccable butler, Carson (Carter), breaks in a new footman, who happens to be the nephew of the scheming lady’s maid O’Brien (Siobhan Finneran). Following Matthew and Mary’s engagement, Robert sticks to his duty to maintain Downton more firmly than ever—even as other great houses are crippled psychologically and financially in the wake of World War I. Everyone associated with Downton Abbey has been tight-lipped about any more details from season three. In a conversation published in Interview magazine, Dockery said that paparazzi were climbing trees trying to get a glimpse of Lady Mary’s wedding dress as she and Bonneville rode in a carriage with blacked-out windows. Her only description of it: “The dress is so beautiful, and it may not be what people are expecting.” Downton Abbey season two was the most-watched Masterpiece series on record. The series has enchanted— and influenced—viewers the world over. An article in Sydney, Australia’s The Telegraph revealed that a British domestic-training agency reported a leap in requests for butlers from wealthy families living as far away as China, seeking to emulate Lord and Lady Grantham. In 2012, the agency placed 430 butlers, four times the number they placed in 2010. Written and created by Julian Fellowes, seasons one and two of Downton Abbey have together won nine Primetime Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe for Best Miniseries. Season three airs over seven Sundays beginning with a two-hour premiere on January 6 and concluding with a 90-minute finale on February 17. Lest any viewer feels down about Downton’s conclusion, take heart from this news: season four is on the horizon. 

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Nine Networking Backyard Volcanoes When it comes to real estate, the adage is “location, location, location.” For millions of people in the world, the neighborhood includes an active volcano, which is not usually considered a plus on a seller’s disclosure statement. Life on Fire, a six-part series beginning January 2 at 9:00 p.m. (repeats Fridays at 3:00 a.m. beginning January 4), shows the struggles encountered by people living next door to something that can spew lava at any moment.

Missouri’s Medicaid Debate The Nine Network tackles one of the most politically contentious—and consequential—public policy issues in recent years, the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and its potential impact on Missourians. The half-hour special, Health, Money and Politics: Missouri’s Medicaid Debate, will

be broadcast Monday, January 28 at 7:00 p.m. on Nine PBS Producers Jim Kirchherr and AnneMarie Berger examine the political debate as well as the potential shortand long-term impact on the state budget, the economy and access to health care. Health care professionals, politicians and citizens weigh in on the question of whether or not Missouri should expand its Medicaid program as called for in the next phase of the law’s implementation. This special is part of Nine’s ongoing coverage of health issues, which is supported by the non-partisan Regional Health Commission.

Behind the Scenes With Stay Tuned The Nine Network’s new series Stay Tuned is so innovative, it can be hard to describe. The groundbreaking Continued on page 8

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The series crisscrosses the globe exploring the plants, animals and people that have adapted to a precarious environment. In Iceland, the Eyjafjallajokull volcano’s 2010 eruption was considered mild, even though it provoked economic chaos by paralyzing a major air traffic network for days. Much more powerful volcanoes in Iceland are ready to wake up. In the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Colombia, Chile

and Italy, volcanologists are asked to anticipate and warn the populations settled at the feet of volcanoes in zones where lava, ash, gas, bombs and avalanches are likely. In Alaska, scientists piece together how one race of salmon survived the sulphurous effects of an eruption 2,000 years ago. In Nicaragua, parakeets nest on cliffs exposed to toxic gases, towns have grown over the oldest lava flows and vegetation struggles to take hold before the next eruption. Like a phoenix, life near volcanoes is always ready to rise again.

An underwater volcano adds to the Tonga archipelago. It created new land surface, but destroyed vegetation and creatures on a nearby island. Life on Fire explores how living things, including humans, adapt to volcanoes in their midst.

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Tributes In Honor Of Dale Fisher Daniel and Kathleen Shea Marjorie Sheldon Howard H. Witsma Lewis Shepley and Jeff & Jennifer McDonnell Anne and John McDonnell

In Memory Of Jane Abramson Leanne Schneider Mrs. Lois Fischer Jo and Leane Cohen

PNC ARTS ALIVE KEEPING THE ARTS THRIVING We know what art can do, how it changes perspectives, even changes lives. That’s why the PNC Foundation has extended its commitment to the arts by launching PNC Arts Alive in the Greater St. Louis area. This two-year, $1-million initiative will support the visual and performing arts. From classical music to film to dance and theater, we’re committed to keeping the arts alive. To learn more about this initiative, go to pncartsalive.com.

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show is not like any other program on television. Because seeing is believing, Nine recently produced an hour-long backstage look at Stay Tuned, showcasing the technology, people, social media and philosophy that go into making the series unique. It aired as a special in November, but it can still be viewed on Nine’s website at nineNet.org/StayTuned/episodes (scroll down to “behind the scenes of Stay Tuned”). The documentary-style special, hosted by Jim Kirchherr, features commentary by, among others, Nine Network President and CEO Jack Galmiche, Nine Senior Vice President of Community Engagement and Stay Tuned executive producer Amy Shaw, Stay Tuned host Casey Nolen, and Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri in Columbia fellow Kent Collins, one of the collaborators who helped Nine imagine what form this new use of television would take. The special demonstrates how Google+Hangouts, Twitter and Facebook encourage community participation to make Stay Tuned a forum for the exchange of ideas.

Norma Keough Val & Laura Pelizzaro Barbara Ann Reed The Vanhoornbeek Family Lucia Sprague Mark and Deb Miller Walter Cofer Anonymous Mrs. J. Thomas Vigil Joyce and Gus Hermann & Family These tributes were given from October 2012 through November 2012. The Nine Network Tribute Fund offers a unique way to support quality television and remember or honor family and friends. Gifts of all sizes are appreciated. Send your gifts to the Nine Network Tribute Fund, 3655 Olive St., St. Louis, MO 63108-3601, or call the development office at (314) 512-9024. Casey Nolen hosts Stay Tuned.

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Saturdays, 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

The panelists for Heroin Response were: (L–R) Substance Abuse Coordinator for the Department of Corrections Diana Harris, parent Tom Heard and CEO of Bridgeway Behavioral Health Michael Morrison.

“Stay Tuned relies on participation from the entire community to effect change,” says Kirchherr in the program. “We want to have a conversation. We hope you’ll join us.” Adds Shaw, “Wouldn’t it be great that as a result of Stay Tuned, as a result of the mobilization of the community... that good things actually do happen?” Stay Tuned airs on Nine PBS Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. and is repeated Saturdays at 2:00 a.m.

Responding to Heroin In two programs in November— Heroin Response and Stay Tuned—the Nine Network explored the region’s heroin epidemic with the goals of reducing the stigma of heroin addiction, increasing understanding about how the drug lures victims and connecting the community to resources. Nine measured the success of the programs through surveys of in-studio audiences and analysis of social media. The measurements demonstrated a huge impact. From Heroin Response, 88 percent of in-studio viewers stated that they had a better appreciation of how people nineNet.org

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get involved in heroin, 88 percent stated that they better understood how heroin affects their community and a majority of audience members reported an increase in knowledge as to where to go for help. Stay Tuned realized similar success, with 54 percent of viewers reporting a better understanding of why heroin is a public health issue and 73 percent stating that they learned how to recognize signs of heroin use. The phone number of Behavioral Health Response (BHR) appeared on screen during the broadcasts. BHR reported that 60 calls were directly attributed to the town hall broadcast. Approximately 30 of the callers who needed services were identified by BHR as individuals who “would not have reached out that night if not for the program.”

The Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) Saturday Lecture Series is sponsored by the Master of Liberal Arts program and University College. This year’s MLA Lecture Series continues our consideration of values, turning our attention to “tolerance,” and drawing upon perspectives from Classics, Law, Psychology, and Literature to examine this crucial social and political virtue.

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Debating the Altar of Victory: An Early Discourse on the Limits of Tolerance George Pepe, Professor of Classics

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Radical Ideas and Constructive Discourse in Free Speech Theory Greg Magarian, Professor of Law

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The Psychology of Stereotypes, Perception, and Identity Alan J. Lambert, Associate Professor of Psychology

February 23

Before the Beginning: Ideology, Civility, and Israeli Literature Nancy Berg, Professor of Hebrew Language and Literature

Heroin Response and the heroin episode of Stay Tuned were part of Nine’s ongoing health initiative, which is supported by the Regional Health Commission.

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Seacrest Hosts American Idol host Ryan Seacrest will be doing double duty on television in January when that show returns, and Seacrest debuts as host of the third season of Pioneers of Television on Nine PBS. Seacrest narrates four new episodes of Pioneers of Television, which begins Tuesday, January 15 at 7:00 p.m. (it repeats Thursdays at 1:00 a.m. beginning January 17 and Sundays at 7:00 p.m. beginning January 20). More than 100 television stars bring their backstage stories to life in the series, telling tales of America’s favorite programs such as Roots, Dallas, Batman and The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Celebrities featured include Carol Burnett, Lynda Carter, Joan Collins, Diahann Carroll, Richard Chamberlain, Patrick Duffy, Tina Fey, Louis Gossett Jr., Larry Hagman, Cloris Leachman, Joan Rivers, Leslie Uggams, Betty White and, in her final interview, Phyllis Diller. Continued on page 12

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Volunteering Boosts Membership Support Jay Kridel and his wife have been watching Nine since their college days, “even before remotes existed.” They have been members of the Nine Network so long, he can’t remember when they first joined, but supporting his family’s main source for television programs is important enough that Kridel increased his contribution by becoming a Nine volunteer. “Volunteering is a way to give more than just direct financial support since every volunteer hour translates into resources that go directly back into the Nine Network. It is a very effective way to multiply your financial support,” he states. His volunteer career, inspired by the fun he saw volunteers experience during on-air pledge drives, started two years ago when Kridel retired. As a volunteer, the Kirkwood resident enjoys meeting new people, going behind the scenes at events, feeling that he’s part of “the Nine Network family” and always learning “something new about how much Nine Network is involved in and supports the St. Louis community.” He nineNet.org

likes the variety of tasks he’s tackled and appreciates that he has no trouble fitting Nine into his schedule. Kridel shares his time generously with other organizations as well. Among his many volunteer roles, he has been a business advisor in the Management Assistance Center of the United Way of Greater St. Louis, a certified tennis official for the USTA, a special events chair for the Friends of the Kirkwood Public Library and a food deliverer for KirkCare, a Kirkwood area food pantry. Volunteers are always needed and welcome. The next volunteer orientation is Tuesday, January 22 at 6:00 p.m. at the Nine Network, 3655 Olive St. Space is limited so contact volunteer manager Brittany Farmer by January 21 to reserve a seat. Email bfarmer@ketc.org or call (314) 512-9031.

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Business Titans Henry Ford was a farm boy, born during the Civil War, who rose from obscurity to become the most influential American innovator of the 20th century. He’s the subject of Henry Ford, a new American Experience broadcast Tuesday, January 29 at 8:00 p.m. (repeated Thursday, January 31, 2:00 a.m. and Monday, February 4, 9:00 p.m.). Continued on page 14

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PACO PEÑA FLAMENCO VIVO! FEBRUARY 28 7:30 pm

at the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center, UMSL This quintessential Spanish ensemble presents Flamenco Vivo, in a go-for-broke performance by authentic Spanish dancers, singer, and three guitarists, including the renowned Paco Peña! TICKETS: 314.516.4949 or visit www.touhill.org Presented by the St. Louis Classical Guitar Society. Co-sponsored with financial assistance from the Whitaker Foundation, and presented as a Special Project with the St. Louis Regional Arts Commission in Celebration of the Guitar Society’s 50th Anniversary Year (2013).

Travel Seminar in St. Louis Make the most of your vacations. In this two-hour seminar, travel expert Rick Steves presents great ideas on what to see, where to dine, how to pack, when to go and why to explore the roads less traveled.

Sunday, March 17 at 2:00 p.m. The Sheldon Concert Hall 3648 Washington Blvd.

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Nine Networking Ford’s assembly line production method that enabled the company to sell a Model T automobile for as little as $280 and his liberal $5-a-day wage ushered in the modern world, earning Ford reverence from millions of Americans. Yet many of the changes he wrought deeply troubled the carmaker. In frustration, he lashed out at enemies, real and imagined, blamed Jews for the country’s problems, bullied those who worked for him and exhibited great cruelty to his only son. Often, it seemed, he wished to retreat to an idyllic fantasy of the past. American Experience follows Henry Ford with encore broadcasts about two other business titans, Andrew Carnegie on February 5 at 8:00 p.m. (repeats February 7 at 2:00 a.m. and February 11 at 9:00 p.m.) and John D. Rockefeller on February 12 at 7:00 p.m. (repeats February 14 at 1:00 a.m. and February 18 at 9:00 p.m.).

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Nine to Grow On Saturday Stretch Start your weekend with more energy and fewer aches and pains. Former ballerina Miranda Esmonde-White uses her understanding of movement to create a lowimpact stretching and strengthening fitness program for all ages and fitness levels in Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique. The Saturday series begins January 5 at 9:30 a.m. The trademarked Esmonde Technique is a unique fusion of scientific stretching, ballet, yoga, PNF stretching (a manual resistance technique), tai chi, physiotherapy and chiropractic movements that unlock stiff muscles, leaving the participant with a more flexible, relaxed and strengthened body. Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique delivers an effective total-body workout developed more than 10 years ago by Esmonde-White. “I try very hard to make each show unique, entertaining and educational,” Esmonde-White explains. “I am so aware of how important it is to exercise regularly; I believe it keeps you younger both in mind and in body!” Each half-hour episode features Esmonde-White, a former National Ballet of Canada dancer, performing her graceful routine in picturesque locations throughout Mexico. These exercises reach deeply into muscles and ligaments not normally worked in the average fitness program, unlocking rigid muscles one by one.

Miranda Esmonde-White teaches a wide range of stretching techniques in Classical Stretch.

The 30 themed episodes concentrate on either weight loss or pain relief for different body parts. The first programs in January and February work on slenderizing your core, alleviating foot pain, slimming hips and legs, healing feet and calves, strengthening the waist and abdominal muscles, correcting posture, and easing back pain.

Aquatic Kratts The animated alter-egos of animal-loving brothers Chris and Martin Kratt get wet—but not washed up!— in a swimmingly good hour-long special adventure. In Wild Kratts: Lost at Sea (January 21, 4:00 p.m.; repeated January 26, 8:00 a.m.) the brothers, wearing their new Creature Power Suits, get swept up in the jet stream and a sea of plankton while trying to recover their lost shrink ray, and then take on underwater linguistics as they attempt to decode the language of one of the world’s smartest creatures: dolphins. Along the way they explore a coral reef, become buddies with a porcupinefish, and get a language lesson from finned friends. Their amazing animal abilities help them out of several hair-raising scrapes and exciting rescue missions.

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5:00

Rick Steves’ Europe

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Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa

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BBC World News

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Clifford’s Puppy Days

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Curious George

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The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

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Super WHY!

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Dinosaur Train

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Sesame Street

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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Sid the Science Kid

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WordWorld

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Barney & Friends

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Martha Speaks

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Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

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Martha Stewart’s Cooking School (ends 1/14) Sara’s Weeknight Meals (begins 1/21)

Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps America’s Test Kitchen

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Bob the Builder

Lidia’s Italy in America

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

Paint This With Jerry Yarnell

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Charlie Rose Clifford the Big Red Dog

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Cyberchase

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Live From Lincoln Center: New York Philharmonic New Year’s Eve 3:00 Muddy Waters and the Rolling Stones Live 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Wild Kratts Wild Kratts: Lost at Sea (1/21) (p. 16)

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7:00 From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2013 Host Julie Andrews and the Vienna Philharmonic celebrate New Year’s at Vienna’s Musikverein. 8:30 Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy Irving Berlin, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim and other Jewish artists who have found fertile territory in Broadway musicals. 10:00 Globe Trekker A culinary tour around Scandinavia. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

2 Wednesday Evening

7:00 Nature: Broken Tail: A Tiger’s Last Journey Trace the incredible 200-mile journey of a tiger cub who escaped from an Indian tiger reserve. 8:00 Nova: Doomsday Volcanoes Preparing for inevitable disaster when Iceland’s numerous large volcanoes blow up. 9:00 Life on Fire: Icelandic Volcanoes Six-part series about surviving around volcanoes. Tonight: Which Icelandic volcano may awaken next and the likely consequences of an eruption. (p. 7) 10:00 Maurice and Katia Krafft: Lives on Fire  The couple’s passion for volcano research. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2013 2:30 Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Need to Know 8:00 Paul Simon’s Graceland Journey Simon returns to South Africa to reunite with several of the musicians involved in his 1986 Graceland album. 10:00 Austin City Limits: Sonic Youth/ The Black Keys The evolution of electric guitar music. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Afternoon

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Donnybrook (9)

Paul Simon Private Collection by Luise Gubb

Evening 7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Louisa discovers that Edith is to be her obstetrician.

9:30 Classical Stretch  Debut. (p. 16) 10:00 Growing a Greener World 10:30 Christina 11:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 11:30 The Mind of a Chef

Paul Simon’s Graceland Journey Paul Simon returns to South Africa to perform with several of the musicians involved in his Graceland album, today considered one of the most significant recordings of its time, though at its release in 1986, it attracted criticism and controversy. Pictured (L–R): Joseph Shabalala, Miriam Makeba, Okyerema Asante, Simon and Ray Phiri. Friday, January 4, 8:00 p.m.

9:00 Stay Tuned Join this live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) (p. 7) 10:00 The Mind of a Chef Abandoning complex cooking techniques. 10:30 The Mind of a Chef Techniques of professional chefs in professional kitchens. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

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Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) Stay Tuned (9) (p. 7) Globe Trekker Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Mini-farms in small spaces. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Tasting of whole kosher dills. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Backyard chicken dinner. 1:30 Lidia’s Italy in America More Italian-American local sandwiches. 2:00 Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Poached meats. 2:30 Simply Ming Mouth-watering desserts with ganache. 3:00 The Best of the Joy of Painting 3:30 Rick Steves’ Europe Florence, the home of the Renaissance. 4:00 Market Warriors Searching in Ohio for cast iron. 5:00 Woodsmith Shop Roll-top desk. 5:30 Hometime Kitchen lights, fixtures and appliances. 6:00 Ask This Old House Installing a natural gas line. 6:30 This Old House  Tile in the master bath.

Evening

7:00 Call the Midwife Holiday Special The women of Nonnatus House celebrate Christmas with an unexpected guest. 8:15 Movie: The Spirit of St. Louis (1957) Charles Lindbergh (James Stewart) struggles to finance and design an airplane for the first solo transatlantic crossing. (2 hrs, 18 min) 10:35 Movie: Two For the Road (1967) Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney as a couple in a troubled 10-year marriage. (1 hr, 52 min)

Late Night

12:30 Movie: No Time for Sergeants (1958) (1 hr, 59 min) 2:30 Movie: Soldier in the Rain (1963) (1 hr, 28 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 8:30 Super WHY! 9:00 FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman

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Tavis Smiley Nature: Broken Tail: A Tiger’s Last Journey Nova: Doomsday Volcanoes Life on Fire: Icelandic Volcanoes (p. 7) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 Martha Speaks 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Bob the Builder 9:30 Dinosaur Train 10:00 Second Opinion 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

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7:00 Secrets of Highclere Castle Tour the home of Lord and Lady Carnarvon, the real owners of the 1,300-year-old castle used in Downton Abbey. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (1 of 7) As season three begins, the Great War is over and guests descend on Downton Abbey for the wedding of Lady Mary and Matthew, but disasters threaten. (p. 4) 10:00 Mr. Cao Goes to Washington Political rookie Joseph Cao, a VietnameseAmerican Republican, meets racial and partisan politics when he is elected by surprise in a historically African American Democratic district in New Orleans. 11:00 Front Row Center: Beach Boys

Late Night

12:00 Austin City Limits: Sonic Youth/ The Black Keys 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Movie: The Beachcomber (1938) (1 hr, 32 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

7 Monday Evening

7:00 Living St. Louis (9) 7:30 Rick Steves’ Europe Tuscan side trips to Pisa and Lucca. 8:00 Antiques Roadshow A Diego Rivera painting valued at $1 million. 9:00 Market Warriors The target assignment is gold. 10:00 Homeland: Refugees Factors that can lead refugees to stability and success or to isolation, welfare and homelessness. (9) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Secrets of Highclere Castle 2:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (1 of 7) (p. 4) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Evening

8 Tuesday Evening

7:00 History Detectives Four stories of our nation’s beginning include a powder horn traced from a muddy Minnesota field to a military captain in Massachusetts during the American Revolution. 8:00 American Experience: The Abolitionists: 1820s–1838 (1 of 3) The epic struggles of the men and women who fought to end slavery. 9:00 Frontline: The Education of Michelle Rhee Frontline followed the former head of Washington, D.C.’s, public schools during her tumultuous three-year tenure. 10:00 Globe Trekker How the world’s longest-running travel series is made. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Penhale has an unexpected visitor. 9:00 Stay Tuned Politics in 2013, a Beyond November special. (9) (p. 7) 10:00 The Mind of a Chef Theories of food preservation. 10:30 The Mind of a Chef Ingredients and techniques used in Japan. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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Tavis Smiley Nature: Cuba: The Accidental Eden Nova: Decoding Neanderthals Life on Fire: Volcano Doctors (p. 7) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Late Night

Tavis Smiley Antiques Roadshow Market Warriors Homeland: Refugees (9) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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7:00 Nature: Cuba: The Accidental Eden Cuba’s stunning biodiversity is at risk as tourism to the island increases. 8:00 Nova: Decoding Neanderthals Find out what happened when modern humans encountered Neanderthals 60,000 years ago. 9:00 Life on Fire: Volcano Doctors How volcanologists use their tools and knowledge to try to predict eruptions and protect those who live nearby. (p. 7) 10:00 Nature: Cuba: The Accidental Eden Cuba’s priceless natural treasures face an onslaught of tourists. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 History Detectives 2:00 American Experience: The Abolitionists: 1820s–1838 (1 of 3) 3:00 Frontline: The Education of Michelle Rhee 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts The Dog Museum in St. Louis and from Boston, Mariet Antoinette, a play by David Adjmi. (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts Post-Dispatch cartoonists Dan Martin and R.J. Matson. (9) 2:00 Max Raabe & the Palast Orchester: Tonight or Never The baritone creates a modern take on a German musical revue of the ’20s and ’30s. 3:00 Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy From Irving Berlin to today’s Andrew Lippa, the impact of Jewish talents on Broadway. 4:30 Mel Leipzig: Everything Is Paintable Profile of renowned realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years. 5:00 The Lawrence Welk Show: Movie Songwriters 6:00 Nature: Broken Tail: A Tiger’s Last Journey Tracing a tiger cub’s last days.

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American Experience: The Abolitionists This three-part series intertwines stories of anti-slavery crusaders Frederick Douglass (portrayed by Richard Brooks, pictured), William Lloyd Garrison, Angelina Grimke, Harriet Beecher Stowe and John Brown. Tuesdays, 8:00 p.m. beginning January 8

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Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Need to Know 8:00 Foyle’s War: Eagle Day (1 of 2) Foyle uncovers a plot to steal art treasures being moved from the local museum to Wales for safekeeping. 9:00 Foyle’s War: Eagle Day (Conclusion) Murder is linked to an art theft plot. 10:00 Austin City Limits: Jack White Solo performance by Jack White, leader of the White Stripes. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Donnybrook (9) 1:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 2:00 Stay Tuned (9) (p. 7) 3:00 Globe Trekker 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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DCI Banks Stephen Tompkinson (center) (Ballykissangel) stars as Chief Inspector Alan Banks in this dark and compelling new British police drama co-starring Andrea Lowe (L) and, beginning in episode five, Doc Martin actress Caroline Catz (R). Sundays, 9:00 p.m. beginning January 13

Repeats Tuesdays, 3:00 a.m. beginning January 15

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5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 8:30 Super WHY! 9:00 FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman 9:30 Classical Stretch (p. 16) 10:00 Growing a Greener World 10:30 Christina 11:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 11:30 The Mind of a Chef

Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Dandelion salad; asparagus. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Slow-cooker barbecue brisket. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen New season. French-style pork loin. 1:30 Lidia’s Italy in America Spaghetti and meatballs in St. Louis. 2:00 Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Deep fry and pan fry to perfection. 2:30 Simply Ming In the Azores the one-pot meal cozida. 3:00 The Best of the Joy of Painting 3:30 Living St. Louis (9) 4:00 Market Warriors A Herman Miller chair and tramp art. 5:00 Woodsmith Shop Morris chair. 5:30 Hometime Custom carriage-house doors. 6:00 Ask This Old House Repairing a cracked stone walkway. 6:30 This Old House Window seat, stairs and knee walls.

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7:00 Antiques Roadshow A 1967 painting by Alexander Calder. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (1 of 7) Lady Cora’s free-wheeling mother, played by Shirley MacLaine, arrives at Downton for Lady Mary’s wedding. (p. 4) 10:00 Movie: Bedazzled (1967) Dudley Moore as a short order cook who sells his soul to the devil for seven wishes. (1 hr, 47 min) 11:50 Movie: The Spirit of St. Louis (1957) Story of Charles Lindbergh’s solo flight from New York to Paris in 1927. (2 hrs, 18 min)

Late Night

2:10 Movie: Bedazzled (1967) (1 hr, 47 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 Martha Speaks 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Bob the Builder 9:30 Dinosaur Train 10:00 Jeff City Journal A new season begins with new host Scott Harvey reporting from Missouri’s capital. 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

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Afternoon 12:00 1:00 1:30

Moyers & Company Sunday Arts Steampunk Jewelry. (9) Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts Art and music intersect with Sleepy Kitty, Dennis Owsley photos and more. (9) 2:00 PBS Arts: The Barnes Collection Dr. Albert Barnes’ rise from working-class to the top of the modern art world. 3:00 Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists How art can calm, inspire and forge new identities for talented homeless artists. 4:00 History Detectives A bill of sale for a 17-year-old “negro girl.” 5:00 The Lawrence Welk Show: Broadway Musicals 6:00 Nature: Cuba: The Accidental Eden What will happen to Cuba’s biodiversity as tourism increases?

Evening

7:00 Nature: Animal Odd Couples Unlikely cross-species relationships. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (2 of 7) The fate of Downton Abbey hinges on a letter from a dead man. (p. 4) 9:00 DCI Banks: Aftermath Debut. Thrilling crime stories based on the Inspector Banks novels by Peter Robinson. Tonight: Banks investigates after police officers stumble upon the lair of a serial killer. 10:30 P.O.V.: Reportero Follow a veteran reporter in Tijuana and learn why investigative journalism in Mexico can be a life-threatening profession. 11:30 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

Late Night

12:00 Austin City Limits: Jack White 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection

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Evening 7:00 Living St. Louis (9) 7:30 Rick Steves’ Europe In Paris, the Louvre and Napoleon’s Tomb. 8:00 Antiques Roadshow A guest who met the Beatles and walked away with John Lennon’s signature. 9:00 Market Warriors At the Randolph Street Market in Chicago, the pickers search for something from the 1970s. 10:00 The Reagan Presidency (1 of 3) The series focuses on the critical domestic and foreign policy decisions President Ronald Reagan made during his two terms in office. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Nature: Animal Odd Couples 2:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (2 of 7) (p. 4) 3:00 DCI Banks: Aftermath 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

15 Tuesday Evening 7:00 Pioneers of Television: Funny Ladies New season. The first standup comediennes to appear on television and the sitcom stars who followed. (p. 11) 8:00 American Experience: The Abolitionists: 1838–1854 (2 of 3) Frederick Douglass escapes slavery and becomes a powerful orator. 9:00 Frontline: Inside Obama’s Presidency A probing look inside Barack Obama’s first term. 10:00 Globe Trekker Explore the world’s most spectacular volcanoes. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

12:30 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 4:30

Late Night

Tavis Smiley Antiques Roadshow Market Warriors The Reagan Presidency (1 of 3) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

16 Wednesday Evening 7:00 Nature: Cracking the Koala Code Learn what’s necessary to support a healthy population of koalas.

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Stay Tuned (9) (p. 7) Globe Trekker Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Pioneers of Television: Funny Ladies (p. 11) 2:00 American Experience: The Abolitionists: 1838–1854 (2 of 3) 3:00 Frontline: Inside Obama’s Presidency 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 8:30 Super WHY! 9:00 FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman 9:30 Classical Stretch (p. 16) 10:00 Growing a Greener World 10:30 Christina 11:00 Pati’s Mexican Table 11:30 The Mind of a Chef

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Late Night

Tavis Smiley Nature: Cracking the Koala Code Nova: Ice Age Death Trap Life on Fire: The Surprise Salmon (p. 7) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

18 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Need to Know 8:00 Foyle’s War: Fifty Ships (1 of 2) A body is found on a deserted beach. 9:00 Foyle’s War: Fifty Ships (Conclusion) Foyle’s murder investigation puts at risk the donation of American aid during the war. 10:00 Austin City Limits: Rodrigo y Gabriela Mexican guitarists present a fusion of flamenco, jazz and rock. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Donnybrook (9) 1:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9)

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8:00 Nova: Ice Age Death Trap Visit a unique site packed with preserved bones of mammoths, mastodons and other giant extinct beasts. 9:00 Life on Fire: The Surprise Salmon North America’s most active volcanoes poison the rivers in Alaska. (p. 7) 10:00 Nature: Cracking the Koala Code How koalas manage to survive and thrive on a diet poisonous to almost all other herbivores. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

January

2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Movie: Bird of Paradise (1932) (1 hr, 22 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

The Reagan Presidency This three-part series explores the legacy of Ronald Reagan’s (pictured) eight-year presidency through defining events such as the Iran-Contra affair, the end of the Cold War and the invasion of Grenada. Mondays, 10:00 p.m. beginning January 14 Repeats Wednesdays, 3:00 a.m. beginning January 16

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12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Secrets of canning; orange marmalade. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Swiss steak; tasting of tomato paste. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen The ultimate carrot cake. 1:30 Lidia’s Italy in America “Stuffed” recipes. 2:00 Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Pan searing. 2:30 Simply Ming Pan sauces. 3:00 The Best of the Joy of Painting 3:30 Living St. Louis (9) 4:00 Market Warriors The pickers try to sell items bought at a previous flea market. 5:00 Woodsmith Shop Favorite shop tips, tools and techniques. 5:30 Hometime Clay tile roofing on the shed. 6:00 Ask This Old House Installing a ceiling fan and water softener. 6:30 This Old House Plastic drywells to prevent flooding.

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow A book inscribed by Salvador Dali. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (2 of 7) Crises and fateful moments, both above and below stairs. (p. 4) 9:00 Movie: No Way Out (1987) Kevin Costner is caught up in a cover-up after a politician accidentally kills his mistress. (1 hr, 56 min) 11:00 Movie: Platoon (1986) A young recruit in Vietnam confronts the horrors of war. Charlie Sheen, Keith David, Forest Whitaker. (2 hrs)

Late Night

1:00 Movie: A Walk in the Sun (1945) (1 hr, 57 min) 3:00 Movie: A Farewell to Arms (1932) (1 hr, 20 min) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Afternoon 12:00 1:00 1:30

Moyers & Company Sunday Arts Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis. (9) Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts Filmmakers Brad Clement and Charles Guggenheim. (9) 2:00 Great Performances at the Met: L’Elisir d’Amore Anna Netrebko and Matthew Polenzani star in Bartlett Sher’s new production of Donizetti’s comic gem. 4:30 Pioneer Spirit Award Highlights Excerpts from the Nine Network’s annual award presentation, with a special tribute to Arthur Baer. (p. 2)

5:00 The Lawrence Welk Show: 200 Years of American Music 6:00 Nature: Cracking the Koala Code Scientists unravel what a forest needs to support a healthy population of koalas.

Evening

7:00 Pioneers of Television: Funny Ladies A look at legends Phyllis Diller and Lucille Ball, as well as contemporary actresses Tina Fey and Margaret Cho. (p. 11) 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey  (3 of 7) Two social revolutions affect the manor house—the Irish civil war and the fight for women’s suffrage. (p. 4) 9:00 DCI Banks: Playing With Fire Two boats go up in flames in an arson attack, and a body is found in each boat. 10:30 Independent Lens: Soul Food Junkies Soul food’s relevance to black cultural identity. 11:30 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

Late Night

12:00 Austin City Limits: Rodrigo y Gabriela 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Movie: Rain (1932) (1 hr, 32 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

21 Monday Evening

7:00 Living St. Louis (9) 7:30 Rick Steves’ Europe Savor the Parisian cafe scene. 8:00 Antiques Roadshow Antique mourning jewelry. 9:00 Market Warriors The pickers look for anything metal, from a toy to a coffee grinder. 10:00 The Reagan Presidency (2 of 3) A complex portrait of the nation’s 40th president. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Pioneers of Television: Funny Ladies (p.11) 2:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (3 of 7) (p. 4) 3:00 DCI Banks: Playing With Fire 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

22 Tuesday Evening

Great Performances at the Met: L’Elisir d’Amore Anna Netrebko (center) stars as the fickle Adina with Matthew Polenzanias her besotted Nemorino in Bartlett Sher’s new production of one of the great comic gems in opera. Maurizio Benini conducts. Sunday, January 20, 2:00 p.m.

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7:00 Pioneers of Television: Primetime Soaps A look at nighttime soaps, from Peyton Place to Knot’s Landing. (p. 11) 8:00 American Experience: The Abolitionists: 1854–Emancipation and Victory (Conclusion) The battle over admitting new territories; Douglass refuses to join John Brown.

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12:30 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 4:30

Tavis Smiley Antiques Roadshow Market Warriors The Reagan Presidency (2 of 3) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Evening

7:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Life on Camera (1 of 3) This miniseries focuses on three fields that David Attenborough feels have been transformed most profoundly: filmmaking, science and the environment. 8:00 Nova: Rise of the Drones The technologies that make drones so powerful. 9:00 Life on Fire: Phoenix Temple The harsh environment around the Masaya Volcano in Nicaragua. (p. 7) 10:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Life on Camera  (1 of 3) Sir David Attenborough revisits the stories that were featured in his landmark series over the past 60 years. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Pioneers of Television: Primetime Soaps (p. 11) 2:00 American Experience: The Abolitionists: 1854–Emancipation and Victory (Conclusion) 3:00 Frontline: The Untouchables 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

24 Thursday Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Martin interviews for the surgeon’s job in London. 9:00 Stay Tuned Sustainability throughout our region. (9) (p. 7) 10:00 The Mind of a Chef Learn all about miso. 10:30 The Mind of a Chef Flavoring and preserving with smoke. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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5:00 Woodsmith Shop Choosing the right workbench. 5:30 Hometime Finishing touches on the shed’s exterior. 6:00 Ask This Old House Transplanting a rose bush. 6:30 This Old House Wall-mounted faucets.

Evening

Late Night

23 Wednesday

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Life on Camera (1 of 3) 2:00 Nova: Rise of the Drones 3:00 Life on Fire: Phoenix Temple (p. 7) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

25 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Need to Know 8:00 Foyle’s War: Among the Few (1 of 2) Pilots and their girlfriends live fast and die young. 9:00 Foyle’s War: Among the Few (Conclusion) Appearances are deceptive in a story of greed and passion. 10:00 Austin City Limits: Norah Jones/ Kat Edmonson Jazz and pop. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

7:00 Antiques Roadshow A 1983 Helen Frankenthaler lithograph appraised at $15,000. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (3 of 7) A mysterious conspiracy keeps Anna and Bates apart. (p. 4)

9.1

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Donnybrook (9) 1:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 2:00 Stay Tuned (9) (p. 7) 3:00 Globe Trekker 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Emilie Sandy ©BBC 2011

January

9:00 Frontline: The Untouchables Why Wall Street leaders responsible for America’s financial meltdown have escaped prosecution. 10:00 Globe Trekker The historic, religious and political identity of Jerusalem and the West Bank. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 Wild Kratts: Lost at Sea (p. 16) 9:00 FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman 9:30 Classical Stretch (p. 16) 10:00 Growing a Greener World 10:30 Christina 11:00 Joanne Weir’s Cooking With Confidence New season. 11:30 The Mind of a Chef

Sir David Attenborough (pictured) recalls 60 years of making films about Earth in this three-part miniseries. Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m. beginning January 23

Repeats Wednesdays, 10:00 p.m. beginning January 23; Fridays, 1:00 a.m. beginning January 25; and Sundays, 6:00 p.m. beginning January 27

Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Blackberry jam cake; buttermilk pie. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen New season. Smothered pork chops. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Catalan-style beef stew. 1:30 Lidia’s Italy in America Artichoke soup and minestrone. 2:00 Sara’s Weeknight Meals New season. 2:30 Simply Ming More cooking in the Azores. 3:00 The Best of the Joy of Painting 3:30 Living St. Louis (9) 4:00 Market Warriors Anything metal.

9:00 Movie: Two for the Road (1967) The courtship, marriage and infidelity of a young couple in France. Audrey Hepburn, Albert Finney. (1 hr, 52 min) 11:00 Movie: No Way Out (1987) A naval officer could soon become a murder suspect unless he can find the killer. Kevin Costner, Sean Young. (1 hr, 56 min)

Late Night

1:00 Movie: Platoon (1986) (2 hrs) 3:00 Movie: The Immortal Battalion (1944) (1 hr, 28 min) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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27 Sunday Morning 5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 Martha Speaks 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Bob the Builder 9:30 Dinosaur Train 10:00 Jeff City Journal 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

5:00 The Lawrence Welk Show: Nat King Cole 6:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Life on Camera (1 of 3) Attenborough’s 60-year career.

10:00 Globe Trekker 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Evening

12:30 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 4:30

7:00 Pioneers of Television: Primetime Soaps Interviewees in this episode include stars of Dallas, Dynasty and Knot’s Landing. (p. 11) 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (4 of 7) The Crawleys face adversity and newcomers try to fit in downstairs. (p. 4) 9:00 DCI Banks: Friend of the Devil Annie Cabbot and Inspector Banks investigate two different murders with some disturbing similarities. 10:30 Independent Lens: Beauty Is Embarrassing The highs and lows of commercial artist Wayne White, who helped create the children’s show Pee-Wee’s Playhouse. 11:30 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

Late Night

Alex Brenner

12:00 Austin City Limits: Norah Jones/ Kat Edmonson 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Movie: Sundown (1941) (1 hr, 30 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Shakespeare Uncovered In this six-part series, six actors—Ethan Hawke, Jeremy Irons (pictured), Derek Jacobi, Trevor Nunn, Joely Richardson and David Tennant—research the backstories of Shakespeare’s greatest plays through interviews and performances. Sundays, 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. beginning January 27

Afternoon

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts Automatons, Stan Kann and more. (9) 2:00 Shakespeare Uncovered: Macbeth With Ethan Hawke (1 of 6) The story behind the stories of Shakespeare’s greatest plays. Tonight: Ethan Hawke looks at Shakespeare’s insights into the criminal mind. 3:00 Shakespeare Uncovered: The Comedies With Joely Richardson Joely Richardson investigates the heroines in two cross-dressing comedies. 4:00 Rick Steves Special: A Symphonic Journey Steves and the Cascade Symphony Orchestra guide a journey through European history and culture to celebrate music’s power to stir the patriotic soul.

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28 Monday Evening 7:00 Health, Money and Politics: Missouri’s Medicaid Debate Exploring the pros and cons of the Affordable Care Act on Missouri. (9) (p. 7) 7:30 Rick Steves’ Europe The many facets of London. 8:00 Antiques Roadshow A Norman Rockwell collection from a guest who modeled for the artist as a child. 9:00 Market Warriors Searching for unique lighting. 10:00 The Reagan Presidency (Conclusion) Reagan’s successes and failures. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Pioneers of Television: Primetime Soaps (p. 11) 2:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (4 of 7) (p. 4) 3:00 DCI Banks: Friend of the Devil 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

29 Tuesday Evening 7:00 Pioneers of Television: Superheroes Television’s superheroes from the 1950s to the 1980s. (p. 11) 8:00 American Experience: Henry Ford A fascinating portrait of the farm boy who became the 20th century’s most influential American innovator. (p. 13)

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Late Night

Tavis Smiley Antiques Roadshow Market Warriors The Reagan Presidency (Conclusion) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

30 Wednesday Evening 7:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Understanding the Natural World (2 of 3) Memories of the scientists and breakthroughs that shaped Attenborough’s career. 8:00 Nova: Who Killed Lindbergh’s Baby? State-of-the-art forensics and behavioral science techniques re-examine the Lindbergh kidnapping case. 9:00 Life on Fire: Ash Runners On a volcanic island off the coast of Papua New Guinea, a handful of animals have learned to live with the Earth’s moods. (p. 7) 10:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Understanding the Natural World (2 of 3) The impact of science on the filmmaker’s career. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

12:30 1:00 2:00 4:00 4:30

Late Night

Tavis Smiley Pioneers of Television: Superheroes (p. 11) American Experience: Henry Ford (p. 13) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

31 Thursday Evening 7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Martin dislikes Louisa’s midwife. 9:00 Stay Tuned Join this live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) (p. 7) 10:00 The Mind of a Chef A barbecue tour to North Carolina, Texas and Kansas City. 10:30 The Mind of a Chef David Chang cooks and goofs around with friends. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Understanding the Natural World (2 of 3) 2:00 Nova: Who Killed Lindbergh’s Baby? 3:00 Life on Fire: Ash Runners (p. 7) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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January

Prime Time January 7:00

TUE 1

7:30

From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2013

8:30

9:00

9:30

Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy

10:00

10:30

Globe Trekker

Nature: Broken Tail:

Nova: Doomsday Volcanoes

Life on Fire: Icelandic Volcanoes

Maurice and Katia Krafft: Lives on Fire

Donnybrook

Donnybrook… Your Turn

Doc Martin

Stay Tuned

The Mind of a Chef

Washington

Need to Know

Paul Simon’s Graceland Journey

WED 2 A Tiger’s Last Journey thu 3

8:00

fri 4 Week

The Mind of a Chef

Austin City Limits: Sonic Youth/The Black Keys

SAT 5

Call the Midwife Holiday Special

(8:15) Movie: The Spirit of St. Louis

sun 6

Secrets of Highclere Castle

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey

Mr. Cao Goes to Washington

Living St. Louis

Antiques Roadshow

Market Warriors

Homeland: Refugees

History Detectives

American Experience: The Abolitionists: 1820s–1838

Frontline: The Education of Michelle Rhee

Globe Trekker

Nature: Cuba:

Nova: Decoding Neanderthals

Life on Fire: Volcano Doctors

Nature: Cuba: The Accidental Eden

mon 7 TUE 8

Rick Steves’ Europe

WED 9 The Accidental Eden thu 10

(10:35) Movie: Two for the…

Donnybrook

Donnybrook… Your Turn

Doc Martin

Stay Tuned

The Mind of a Chef

Washington

Need to Know

Foyle’s War: Eagle Day

Foyle’s War: Eagle Day

Austin City Limits: Jack White

fri 11 Week

The Mind of a Chef

sat 12

Antiques Roadshow

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey

sun 13

Nature: Animal Odd Couples

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey

DCI Banks: Aftermath

Living St. Louis

Antiques Roadshow

Market Warriors

The Reagan Presidency

Pioneers of Television:

American Experience: The Abolitionists: 1838–1854

Frontline: Inside Obama’s Presidency

Globe Trekker

wed 16

Nature: Cracking the Koala Code

Nova: Ice Age Death Trap

Life on Fire: The Surprise Salmon

Nature: Cracking the Koala Code

thu 17

Donnybrook

Donnybrook… Your Turn

Doc Martin

Stay Tuned

The Mind of a Chef

Washington

Need to Know

Foyle’s War: Fifty Ships

Foyle’s War: Fifty Ships

Austin City Limits: Rodrigo y Gabriela

Antiques Roadshow

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey

Movie: No Way Out

Pioneers of Television:

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey

DCI Banks: Playing With Fire

Living St. Louis

Antiques Roadshow

Market Warriors

mon 14

Rick Steves’ Europe

tue 15 Funny Ladies

fri 18 Week sat 19

sun 20 Funny Ladies mon 21

Rick Steves’ Europe

Independent Lens: Soul Food The Reagan Presidency

Nature: Attenborough’s

Nova: Rise of the Drones

Life on Fire: Phoenix Temple

Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Life on Camera

Donnybrook

Donnybrook… Your Turn

Doc Martin

Stay Tuned

The Mind of a Chef

Washington

Need to Know

Foyle’s War: Among the Few

Foyle’s War: Among the Few

Austin City Limits: Norah Jones/Kat Edmonson

Antiques Roadshow

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey

Movie: Two for the Road

Pioneers of Television:

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey

DCI Banks: Friend of the Devil

Health, Money and Politics:

Antiques Roadshow

Market Warriors

Pioneers of Television:

American Experience: Henry Ford

Nature: Attenborough’s Life

Nova: Who Killed Lindbergh’s Baby?

Life on Fire: Ash Runners

Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Understanding the…

Donnybrook

Doc Martin

Stay Tuned

The Mind of a Chef

sun 27 Primetime Soaps

mon 28 Missouri’s Medicaid Debate tue 29 Superheroes

wed 30 Stories: Understanding the… thu 31

The Mind of a Chef

Globe Trekker

fri 25 Week sat 26

P.O.V.: Reportero

American Experience: The Frontline: The Untouchables Abolitionists: 1854–Emancipation…

wed 23 Life Stories: Life on Camera thu 24

Movie: Bedazzled

Pioneers of Television:

tue 22 Primetime Soaps

7:00

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Donnybrook… Your Turn

7:30

8:00

8:30

9.1

The Mind of a Chef

Independent Lens: Beauty… The Reagan Presidency Globe Trekker

9:00

9:30

10:00

The Mind of a Chef

10:30

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These programs are available on channel 9.4. SUNday

monday

5:00

It’s Sew Easy

Sewing With Nancy (ends 2/4) Lap Quilting With Georgia Bonesteel (begins 2/11)

Thursday

Friday

It’s Sew Easy

Martha’s Sewing Room*

Sewing With Nancy (ends 2/8) Lap Quilting With Georgia Bonesteel (begins 2/15)

Martha’s Sewing Room

5:30

Best of Simply Painting Across Europe

Jerry Yarnell’s School of Fine Art (ends 2/18) Paint This With Jerry Yarnell (begins 2/25)

The Best of the Joy of Painting

Best of Simply Painting Across Europe

The Best of the Joy of Painting*

Jerry Yarnell’s School of Fine Art (ends 2/22) Paint This With Jerry Yarnell (begins 3/1)

6:00

Caprial and John’s Kitchen

Taste of Louisiana With Chef John Folse

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence

Caprial and John’s Kitchen

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence*

Taste of Louisiana With Chef John Folse

6:30

Taste This! (ends 1/13) Cuisine Culture (begins 1/20)

Bake Decorate Celebrate!

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class (ends 1/15) Clodagh’s Irish Food Trails (begins 1/22)

Taste This! (ends 1/16) Cuisine Culture (begins 1/23)

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class (ends 1/10) Clodagh’s Irish Food Trails* (begins 1/17)

Bake Decorate Celebrate!

7:00

Nick Stellino’s Family Kitchen (ends 1/6) Sara’s Weeknight Meals (begins 1/13)

Ciao Italia

Chefs A’Field (ends 2/5) New Scandinavian Cooking (begins 2/12)

Nick Stellino’s Family Kitchen (ends 1/2) Sara’s Weeknight Meals (begins 1/9)

Chefs A’Field (ends 1/31) New Scandinavian Cooking* (begins 2/7)

Ciao Italia

7:30

Art of Food With Wendy Brodie

P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table (ends 1/7) Jazzy Vegetarian (begins 1/14)

Christina Cooks

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Christina Cooks*

P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table (ends 1/11) Jazzy Vegetarian (begins 1/18)

Smart Travels­— Europe With Rudy Maxa

OpenRoad (ends 2/13) Grand View (begins 2/20)

Smart Travels­— Europe With Rudy Maxa*

The Seasoned Traveler

The New Fly Fisher

The Seasoned Traveler*

AM

OpenRoad (ends 2/10)

8:00 Grand View (begins 2/17)

Globe Trekker

Tuesday

Wednesday

Globe Trekker

8:30

The New Fly Fisher

9:00

Ask This Old House

This Old House

Hometime

Ask This Old House

Hometime*

This Old House

9:30

Rough Cut— Woodworking With Tommy Mac

American Woodshop (ends 2/4); Woodturning Workshop (begins 2/11)

Woodsmith Shop

Rough Cut— Woodworking With Tommy Mac

Woodsmith Shop*

American Woodshop (ends 2/1); Woodturning Workshop (begins 2/8)

10:00

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

Growing a Greener World

The Victory Garden

GardenSMART

The Victory Garden*

Growing a Greener World

10:30

Katie Brown Workshop

B Organic With Michele Beschen

For Your Home

Katie Brown Workshop

For Your Home*

B Organic With Michele Beschen

11:00– 4:30

Repeat of Saturday marathon

5:00

Ask This Old House

5:30

Repeat of 5:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m. programming except: 3:00 p.m. Rick Steves’ Europe* This Old House

Hometime

Ask This Old House

Hometime

This Old House

Pati’s Mexican Table (ends 1/9); Martha Stewart’s Cooking School (begins 1/10; ends 2/8); Christina (begins 2/10)

6:00

Mexico—One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless

Simply Ming

Coastal Cooking With John Shields

Mexico—One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless

Coastal Cooking With John Shields

Simply Ming

6:30

Baking With Julia

Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home (ends 1/15; begins 2/26) French Chef Classics (begins 1/22; ends 2/19)

Baking With Julia

Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home (ends 1/17; begins 2/21) French Chef Classics (begins 1/24; ends 2/14)

Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

7:00

Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way

Lidia’s Italy in America

Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way

Lidia’s Italy in America

Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way

Lidia’s Italy in America

7:30

America’s Test Kitchen

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

America’s Test Kitchen

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

America’s Test Kitchen

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

8:00

Cuisine Culture

Clodagh’s Irish Food Trails

Cuisine Culture

Clodagh’s Irish Food Trails

Cuisine Culture

Clodagh’s Irish Food Trails

The Woodwright’s Shop

This Old House

8:30 9:00

Pati’s Mexican Table Ask This Old House

This Old House

9:30

The Woodwright’s Shop

Ask This Old House

Rick Steves’ Europe

10:00

Equitrekking (ends 2/17) Rudy Maxa’s World (begins 2/24)

Travelscope

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Equitrekking (ends 2/20) Rudy Maxa’s World (begins 2/27)

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Travelscope

10:30

Essential Pepin

Lidia’s Italy in America

Essential Pepin

Lidia’s Italy in America

Essential Pepin

Lidia’s Italy in America

11:00

America’s Test Kitchen

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

America’s Test Kitchen

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

America’s Test Kitchen

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

11:30

Mexico­— One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless

Simply Ming

Burt Wolf: What We Eat

Mexico­— One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless

Burt Wolf: What We Eat

Simply Ming

12:00

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence

Taste of Louisiana With Chef John Folse

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence

Taste of Louisiana With Chef John Folse

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence

Taste of Louisiana With Chef John Folse

12:30

Rick Steves’ Europe

1:00– 4:30

Repeat of 7:00 p.m.–10:30 p.m. programming *Regular programming between 5:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on February 14 is preempted for Valentine’s Day-themed programs.

5:30 Caillou

6:00 Anne of Green Gables:The Animated Series

6:30 Peep and the Big Wide World

7:00 The Berenstain Bears

7:30 Maya & Miguel

8:00 Raggs

8:30 Betsy’s Kindergarten Adventures

9:00 Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps

9:30 Nanalan

10:00 George Shrinks 10:30 Biz Kids 11:00 Thomas & Friends 11:30 Caillou

p.m.

12:00 Anne of Green Gables:The Animated Series 12:30 Peep and the Big Wide World

1:00 The Berenstain Bears

1:30 Maya & Miguel

2:00 Raggs

2:30

3:00 Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps

3:30 Nanalan

4:00 George Shrinks

4:30 Biz Kids

5:00 Thomas & Friends

5:30 Caillou

6:00 Anne of Green Gables:The Animated Series

6:30 Peep and the Big Wide World

7:00 The Berenstain Bears

7:30 Maya & Miguel

8:00 Raggs

8:30 Betsy’s Kindergarten Adventures

9:00 Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps

9:30 Nanalan

Betsy’s Kindergarten Adventures

10:00 George Shrinks 10:30 Biz Kids 11:00 Thomas & Friends 11:30 Caillou

PBS NewsHour Inauguration 2013: A Special Report The three-hour, live coverage of the presidential inauguration by the PBS NewsHour team includes the procession from the White House to the Capitol, the president’s and vice president’s swearing-in ceremonies, the inaugural address and the inaugural parade. If you miss the morning’s festivities, watch a recap on PBS NewsHour at 6:00 p.m. on Nine PBS. Monday, January 21, 10:00 a.m.

Intelligence Squared U.S.

Robert Severi

a.m.

5:00 Thomas & Friends

Tune in to Nine World for documentary, news and non-fiction programming including Frontline, Independent Lens, Nova and, in January, the programs listed below. Find Nine World broadcast over the air on 9.3 or on Charter digital 84. Complete listings for Nine World are not available in time to make it into nineMagazine, but they are posted on nineNet.org.

Intelligence Squared U.S. brings together the world’s leading authorities on important issues, such as rationing end of life care and taxing the rich. The series is based on the traditional Oxford-style debate format, with one side proposing and the other side opposing a sharply framed motion. The goals are always to provide a forum for intelligent discussion, grounded in facts and informed by reasoned analysis; to transcend the toxically emotional and the reflexively ideological; and to encourage recognition that the opposing side has intellectually respectable views. Friday, January 4 at 7:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m.; Saturday, January 5 at 1:00 a.m.; Sunday, January 6 at 11:00 a.m., noon, 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m.; and Monday, January 7 at 3:00 a.m., 4:00 a.m., and 10:00 a.m.

a.m.

12:00 Anne of Green Gables:The Animated Series 12:30 Peep and the Big Wide World

1:00 The Berenstain Bears

1:30 Maya & Miguel

2:00 Raggs

2:30

3:00 Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps

3:30 Nanalan

4:00 George Shrinks

4:30 Biz Kids

Betsy’s Kindergarten Adventures

These programs are available daily on channel 9.2 nineNet.org

Saturday Marathons on January 5

Healthy Resolutions

February 2

Big Game Snack Attack

January 12

Professor Martha

February 9

Let the Good Times Roll

January 19

Riding the Rails

February 16

African Roots

January 26

Island Hopping

February 23

Baby Love

These programs are available on channel 9.4.

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Charter Basic and Digital Cable

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9.2

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9.3

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9.4

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Dish Network and Direct TV carry only Nine PBS on, respectively, channel 8596 and 0009 (HD on 887). U-verse carries only Nine PBS on channel 9 or 1009 (HD).

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February Weekdays monday

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

5:00

Rick Steves’ Europe

5:30

Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa

6:00

BBC World News

6:30

Clifford’s Puppy Days

7:00

Curious George

7:30

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!

8:00

Super WHY! (preempted 2/18) Dinosaur Train: Submarine Adventure (2/18)

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Sesame Street

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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Sid the Science Kid

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WordWorld

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Barney & Friends

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friday

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Martha Speaks

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Angelina Ballerina the Next Steps

Thomas & Friends

Caillou

Bob the Builder

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Sara’s Weeknight Meals

America’s Test Kitchen

Lidia’s Italy in America

Cook’s Country From America's Test Kitchen

Paint This With Jerry Yarnell

Charlie Rose

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Clifford the Big Red Dog

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Cyberchase

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WordGirl

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Wild Kratts

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The Electric Company

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Arthur

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PBS NewsHour

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12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Donnybrook (9) 1:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 2:00 Stay Tuned (9) 3:00 Globe Trekker 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

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7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Need to Know 8:00 Foyle’s War: War Games (1 of 2) Divided loyalties lead to revenge and murder. 9:00 Foyle’s War: War Games (Conclusion) A man puts profits before principles in a secret pact with the Nazis. 10:00 Austin City Limits: Bob Mould/Delta Spirit Alternative rock. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Morning

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 8:30 Super WHY! 9:00 FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman 9:30 Classical Stretch (p. 16) 10:00 Growing a Greener World 10:30 Christina 11:00 Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence 11:30 The Mind of a Chef

Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table The rice capital of the world in Arkansas.

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7:00 Antiques Roadshow An Aldro Hibbard oil painting brought in by the mayor of Boston. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (4 of 7) The Crawleys face adversity and newcomers try to fit in downstairs. (p. 4) 9:00 Movie: Once  (2006) An Irish street musician (Glen Hansard) and a Czech immigrant (Marketa Irglova) collaborate on songs that reflect their blossoming love. (1 hr, 25 min) 10:30 Movie: Top Hat (1935) An American dancer (Fred Astaire) falls for a model (Ginger Rogers) whom he initially annoyed. (1 hr, 39 min)

2:00 Shakespeare Uncovered: Richard II With Derek Jacobi Find out why the play Richard II could have cost Shakespeare his life. 3:00 Shakespeare Uncovered: Henry IV & Henry V With Jeremy Irons The appeal of Shakespeare’s “history plays.” 4:00 Space Shuttle Columbia: Mission of Hope The story of a Torah scroll carried by Israeli astronaut Ilan Ramon on the illfated shuttle Columbia. 5:00 The Lawrence Welk Show: Italian Show 6:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Understanding the Natural World Hair-raising attempts to bring science to TV.

Evening

7:00 Pioneers of Television: Superheroes  Survey decades of superheroes, from Superman in the 1950s to The Greatest American Hero in the 1980s. (p. 11) 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey  (5 of 7) Robert and Cora are on the outs. (p. 4) 9:00 DCI Banks: Cold Is the Grave  Banks is asked by his boss to find his missing teenage daughter. 10:30 Independent Lens: The Revisionaries  Controversial battles in Texas over science and history curriculum in textbooks affect the whole nation. 11:30 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

Late Night

1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Movie: The 39 Steps (1935) (1 hr, 26 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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February

12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Tasting of jarred spaghetti sauce. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Vegetable and barley soup. 1:30 Lidia’s Italy in America Lidia visits 9th Street Market in Philadelphia. 2:00 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Burgers and fries. 2:30 Simply Ming Ming heads south to Chattanooga. 3:00 The Best of the Joy of Painting 3:30 Rick Steves’ Europe Florence, Pisa and Lucca. 4:00 Market Warriors The pickers discover unique lighting. 5:00 Woodsmith Shop Book rack and mantel clock. 5:30 Hometime Continuity of outside doors and shutters. 6:00 Ask This Old House Repairing a cracked floor joist. 6:30 This Old House Wallpaper in the powder room.

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow 1970s Beatles memorabilia. 8:00 Market Warriors In Long Beach, the pickers search for tiny Asian decorative items. 9:00 American Experience: Henry Ford Ford’s Model T ushered in the modern world, yet many of the changes he wrought deeply troubled the carmaker. (p. 13) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Pioneers of Television: Superheroes (p. 11) 2:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (5 of 7) (p. 4) 3:00 Space Shuttle Columbia: Mission of Hope 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

12:00 Austin City Limits: Bob Mould/Delta Spirit 1:00 GED Connection

Late Night

12:10 Movie: Bedazzled (1967) (1 hr, 47 min) 2:00 Movie: Meet John Doe (1941) (2 hrs) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

3 Sunday Morning

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 Martha Speaks 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Bob the Builder 9:30 Dinosaur Train 10:00 Jeff City Journal 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

Afternoon

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts Unexpected places to see art. (9)

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Once Professional musicians Glen Hansard (R) (of the band The Frames) and Marketa Irglova (L) play an unnamed guy and girl in love with music and maybe with each other as well. This 2006 independent film was made for $160,000 in 17 days, and won an Academy Award in 2007 for Best Original Song (“Falling Slowly”). Saturday, February 2, 9:00 p.m.

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Evening

7:00 Pioneers of Television: Miniseries Stars of landmark miniseries comment on some of the top-rated programs in television history. (p. 11) 8:00 American Experience: Andrew Carnegie The life of Andrew Carnegie, a self-made man who became the king of the steel industry, as well as a philanthropist. (p. 13) 10:00 Globe Trekker Endangered primates in Borneo, Madagascar, Tanzania and more. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 Market Warriors 3:00 Breakfast Special 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Nova: Building Pharaoh’s Chariot Join archaeologists, engineers, woodworkers and horse trainers as they build and test two chariots to determine whether the vehicles gave ancient Egyptians a revolutionary advantage in warfare. Wednesday, February 6, 8:00 p.m.

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Repeats Friday, February 8, 2:00 a.m.

Evening

7:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Our Fragile Planet Attenborough’s reflections on the dramatic impact human beings have had on the natural world. 8:00 Nova: Building Pharaoh’s Chariot Follow a team of experts who build and test two accurate replicas of Egyptian royal chariots. 9:00 Life on Fire: Pioneers of the Deep How sooty terns and Alvin shrimp have learned to cope with conditions in the Tongan archipelago. (p. 7) 10:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Our Fragile Planet Attenborough tells personal stories of the pioneering conservationists in whose footsteps he has followed. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

2:00 Stay Tuned (9) 3:00 Globe Trekker 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 8:00  8:30 Super WHY! 9:00 FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman 9:30 Classical Stretch (p. 16) 10:00 Growing a Greener World 10:30 Christina 11:00 Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence 11:30 The Mind of a Chef

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Our Fragile Planet 2:00 Nova: Building Pharaoh’s Chariot 3:00 Life on Fire: Pioneers of the Deep (p. 7) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Pioneers of Television: Miniseries (p. 11) 2:00 American Experience: Andrew Carnegie (p. 13) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

7 Thursday Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Martin proves to himself that his blood phobia is completely cured. 9:00 Stay Tuned Join this live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) (p. 7)

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10:00 In the Americas With David Yetman: Day of the Dead: A Mexican Celebration The ancient tradition celebrates visits from deceased ancestors. 10:30 In the Americas With David Yetman: In the Mouth of the Amazon Homes of the river people in Belem, Brazil. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

8 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Need to Know 8:00 Foyle’s War: The Funk Hole (1 of 2) Foyle finds himself accused of a serious offense. 9:00 Foyle’s War: The Funk Hole (Conclusion) An accusation against Foyle complicates his hunt for a murderer at a sinister hotel. 10:00 Austin City Limits: Tim McGraw Hits and new songs from the country superstar. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Donnybrook (9) 1:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9)

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Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Strawberries, blackberries and blueberries. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen French onion soup in a slow cooker. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Tips for storing and handling fresh herbs. 1:30 Lidia’s Italy in America Mozzarella sticks and veal saltimbocca. 2:00 Sara’s Weeknight Meals A visit to Philadelphia’s Italian Market. 2:30 Simply Ming The spirit and spiciness of San Antonio. 3:00 The Best of the Joy of Painting 3:30 Rick Steves’ Europe Cruising the Seine River through Paris. 4:00 Market Warriors Testing one picker’s expertise in Asian art.

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7:00 Antiques Roadshow An impressive George Gershwin collection. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (5 of 7) Robert and Cora are not speaking, and the servants are shunning Matthew’s mother. (p. 4) 9:00 Movie: An Affair to Remember (1957) A playboy and night club singer (Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr) have a shipboard romance and agree to meet in six months. (1 hr, 55 min) 11:00 Movie: Once (2006) A musician’s chance meeting with a girl helps both overcome romantic and musical roadblocks. (1 hr, 25 min)

7:00 Pioneers of Television: Miniseries  Discussions with key players of landmark miniseries, including Roots, Rich Man, Poor Man and The Thorn Birds. (p. 11) 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey  (6 of 7) A yearly cricket match with the village sees old scores settled and new plots hatched. (p. 4) 10:00 DCI Banks: Strange Affair  When Banks receives a disturbing message from his brother, he drops everything to find him. 11:30 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

Late Night

12:30 Movie: Hawaii (1966) (2 hrs, 51 min) 3:20 Movie: The Flying Deuces (1939) (1 hr, 8 min) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

10 Sunday Morning

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 Martha Speaks 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Bob the Builder 9:30 Dinosaur Train 10:00 Jeff City Journal 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

Afternoon

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts Paper marbling, scrimshaw art, mosaics, Third Degree Glass. (9) 2:00 Shakespeare Uncovered: Hamlet With David Tennant Actors who have portrayed Hamlet compare notes on the iconic role. 3:00 Shakespeare Uncovered: The Tempest With Trevor Nunn The famed director gets creative ideas from actress Helen Mirren. 4:00 Lifecasters Follow three artists whose creative success came later in life. 5:00 The Lawrence Welk Show: Love Songs 6:00 Nature: Attenborough’s Life Stories: Our Fragile Planet How humans impact nature.

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Late Night

12:00 Austin City Limits: Tim McGraw 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Movie: Beat the Devil (1953) (1 hr, 29 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Evening

7:00 Nature: Cold Warriors: Wolves and Buffalo Witness the life-and-death relationship of wolves and buffalo in Canada’s Wood Buffalo National Park. 8:00 Nova: Earth From Space See the astonishing beauty of Earth from views compiled from satellites. 10:00 Nature: Cold Warriors: Wolves and Buffalo The relationship between wolves and buffalo, as captured by a filmmaker who has followed them for 20 years. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 American Experience: John D. Rockefeller (p. 13) 3:00 Frontline 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow Folk art carvings. 8:00 Market Warriors The pickers find miniature furniture. 9:00 American Experience: Andrew Carnegie Carnegie preached the obligation of the wealthy to return their money to the societies where they made it. (p. 13) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Pioneers of Television: Miniseries (p. 11) 2:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (6 of 7) (p. 4) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

12 Tuesday Evening

7:00 American Experience: John D. Rockefeller Learn why John D. Rockefeller Jr. gave away half his fortune. (p. 13) 9:00 Frontline 10:00 Globe Trekker New Britain Island, the largest in the Bismarck Archipelago of Papua New Guinea. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 Market Warriors 3:00 Lifecasters 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Evening

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Evening

February

5:00 Woodsmith Shop The editors share five transformative tools. 5:30 Hometime State-of-the-art filtration. 6:00 Ask This Old House Installing a toilet and patching a lawn. 6:30 This Old House Granite posts set off the landscape.

Lifecasters Three Americans—including former MC5 guitarist and punk pioneer Wayne Kramer (pictured)—reveal how they reached their goals a bit later in life, told in stories by three separate filmmaker teams. Sunday, February 10, 4:00 p.m.

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14 Thursday Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin As Martin is driving out of Portwenn for London, Louisa goes into premature labor. 9:00 Stay Tuned Join this live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) (p. 7) 10:00 In the Americas With David Yetman: The Pride of Guatemala: Tikal of the Mayas Archaeologists explain the unfolding story of the Mayan city of Tikal. 10:30 In the Americas With David Yetman: The Working Coast of British Columbia The Georgia Straits. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Nature: Cold Warriors: Wolves and Buffalo 2:00 Nova: Earth From Space 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

15 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Need to Know 8:00 Foyle’s War: The French Drop (1 of 2) Foyle gets caught up in the rivalry between two spy agencies. 9:00 Foyle’s War: The French Drop (Conclusion) The rivalry between agencies affects Doyle’s murder investigation. 10:00 Austin City Limits: Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes/tUnE-yArDs Experimental alternative pop. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Donnybrook (9) 1:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 2:00 Stay Tuned (9) 3:00 Globe Trekker 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

16 Saturday Morning

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 8:00  8:30 Super WHY! 9:00 FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman 9:30 Classical Stretch (p. 16) 10:00 Growing a Greener World 10:30 Christina

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Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Cookies and gingerbread. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Making fresh pasta without a machine. 1:30 Lidia’s Italy in America Lidia goes clamming and crabbing. 2:00 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Sticky buns without yeast; baked risotto. 2:30 Simply Ming Reconstituting dried ingredients. 3:00 The Best of the Joy of Painting 3:30 Rick Steves’ Europe The uniquely Parisian “joie de vivre.” 4:00 Market Warriors A crocodile suitcase and a Chinese screen. 5:00 Woodsmith Shop Modular wine server. 5:30 Hometime Energy-saving features for plumbing systems. 6:00 Ask This Old House Hanging a flat panel TV. 6:30 This Old House Converting a 1935 English-style cottage into a residence for aging parents.

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow Over 130 years’ worth of arms and militaria. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (6 of 7) A yearly cricket match with the village sees old scores settled and new plots hatched. (p. 4) 10:00 Movie: Top Hat (1935) When Fred Astaire’s tap dancing disturbs the guest in the room below, she goes up to complain. (1 hr, 39 min) 11:40 Movie: An Affair to Remember (1957) When two people meet on a long cruise, romance and complications follow. (1 hr, 55 min)

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts Eugene Field House Toy Museum, Misselhorn Museum, Space Museum. (9) 2:00 Live From Lincoln Center: Ring Them Bells! A Kander & Ebb Celebration With Rob Fisher, Joel Grey & Chita Rivera Songs written by the duo behind Cabaret, Chicago and “New York, New York.” 3:30 Out of Order Political experts and observers discuss partisan gridlock, gerrymandering and the decline in civil discourse. 4:00 American Masters: Cab Calloway: Sketches The life of this pioneering jazz legend. 5:00 The Lawrence Welk Show: Mardi Gras 6:00 American Masters: Johnny Carson Carson was voted in a 2007 poll the greatest icon in the history of television.

Evening

8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey  (Conclusion) The Crawleys head to a Scottish hunting lodge, while the downstairs staff stays behind. (p. 4) 10:00 DCI Banks: Dry Bones That Dream  Banks and Morton try to unravel the increasingly puzzling murder of a local accountant. 11:30 The Black Kungfu Experience Meet kungfu’s black pioneers.

17 Sunday Morning

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 Martha Speaks 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Bob the Builder 9:30 Dinosaur Train 10:00 Jeff City Journal 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

Late Night

12:30 Austin City Limits: Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeroes/tUnE-yArDs 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 GED Connection 3:00 Movie: Indiscretion of an American Wife (1953) (1 hr, 3 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

18 Monday

Late Night

1:35 Movie: Love Affair (1939) (1 hr, 27 min) 3:05 Movie: Pot o’ Gold (1941) (1 hr, 25 min) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Afternoon

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow Brookgreen Gardens and early 20thcentury female sculptors. 8:00 Market Warriors The pickers seek military objects in Greenwich, New York. 9:00 American Experience: John D. Rockefeller How John D. Rockefeller Jr. dedicated his life to changing his family image from despotic to benevolent. (p. 13) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boynton House: The Next Hundred Years 2:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (Conclusion) (p. 4) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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3:00 Globe Trekker 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

23 Saturday Morning

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 American Experience: Silicon Valley (p. 13) 2:30 Rudy Maxa’s World 3:00 Frontline 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Marty Nott

21 Thursday

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boynton House: The Next Hundred Years Many Frank Lloyd Wright houses turn out to be fixer uppers. Follow the two-year restoration of this one in Rochester, New York, which required the talents of 150 people dealing with everything from insect infestation to 253 deteriorating art glass panels. Tuesday, February 19, 1:00 a.m.

Repeats Sunday, February 24, 2:00 p.m.

19 Tuesday Evening

7:00 American Experience: Silicon Valley Learn about the pioneering scientists who transformed rural Santa Clara County into the hub of technological ingenuity we now know as Silicon Valley. (p. 13) 8:30 Rudy Maxa’s World 9:00 Frontline 10:00 Globe Trekker Brazil. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 Market Warriors 3:00 The Black Kungfu Experience 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

20 Wednesday Evening

7:00 Nature: A Murder of Crows Why crows are considered some of the most intelligent animals in the world.

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Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Martin doubts the competency of the GP who is to replace him. 9:00 Stay Tuned Join this live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) (p. 7) 10:00 In the Americas With David Yetman: Brazil: The Diamond Range Tour the Chapada Diamantina, an increasingly popular recreational region. 10:30 In the Americas With David Yetman: Peru: A Train to the Clouds Ride the train from Lima, Peru, climbing nearly 16,000 feet in the Andes. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Nova: Ancient Computer 2:00 Nova: Earth From Space 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

22 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Need to Know 8:00 Foyle’s War: Enemy Fire (1 of 2) Sabotage, murder and adultery at an RAF hospital. 9:00 Foyle’s War: Enemy Fire (Conclusion) Foyle comes face to face with the physical and emotional consequences of war. 10:00 Austin City Limits: Gary Clark Jr./ Alabama Shakes Modern blues and soul. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Donnybrook (9) 1:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 2:00 Stay Tuned (9)

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 8:00  8:30 Super WHY! 9:00 FETCH! With Ruff Ruffman 9:30 Classical Stretch (p. 16) 10:00 Growing a Greener World 10:30 Christina 11:00 Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence 11:30 The Mind of a Chef

Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Moravian chicken pie. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Shepherd’s pie; corned beef and cabbage. 1:30 Lidia’s Italy in America Sweet treats to end any meal. 2:00 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Angry chicken; Pad Thai. 2:30 Simply Ming Traditional dishes in the Azores. 3:00 The Best of the Joy of Painting 3:30 Rick Steves’ Europe In London, the shop where the queen shops. 4:00 Market Warriors One picker’s change of mind may cost that person the win. 5:00 Woodsmith Shop Contoured keepsake box. 5:30 Hometime Plans for new home construction. 6:00 Ask This Old House Maintaining kitchen appliances. 6:30 This Old House Work starts on a barrier-free entry.

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow A Joseph Henry Sharp oil painting valued at $400,000. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (Conclusion) New romances flare up and a crisis unfolds. (p. 4) 10:00 Movie: Hawaii (1966) A missionary and his bride go to Hawaii to convert the natives. Julie Andrews, Max Von Sydow. (2 hrs, 51 min)

Late Night

12:50 Movie: Algiers (1938) (1 hr, 38 min) 2:30 Movie: Made for Each Other (1939) (1 hr, 26 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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February

8:00 Nova: Ancient Computer Follow the ingenious sleuthing that decoded a 2,000-year-old Greek computer. 9:00 Nova: Earth From Space See the astonishing beauty and complexity of our dynamic planet, as data from satellites is transformed into dazzling visual sequences. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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3:00 American Masters: Sister Rosetta Tharpe: The Godmother of Rock and Roll The influence of this gospel singer and guitar virtuoso who introduced spiritual passion into the secular world of rock and roll. 4:00 An Evening With Berry Gordy Gwen Ifill interviews the founder of Motown Records, the most successful African American-owned enterprise in the United States. 5:00 The Lawrence Welk Show: Salute to New York City 6:00 Nature: A Murder of Crows Crows, who are able to use tools as only elephants and chimpanzees do.

Morning

5:00 Rick Steves’ Europe 5:30 Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa 6:00 Globe Trekker 7:00 Arthur 7:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog 8:00 Martha Speaks 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Dinosaur Train: Submarine Adventure Four undersea stories. 10:00 Jeff City Journal 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

7:00 Nova: Ancient Computer  A lump of metal found in a 2,000-year-old shipwreck turns out to be a sophisticated astronomical calculator. 8:00 Masterpiece Contemporary: Page Eight  An aging spy (Bill Nighy) stumbles on an international scandal that could bring down the British government. Also starring Michael Gambon, Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz. 10:00 DCI Banks: Innocent Graves  The course of an investigation distances Banks from Helen. 11:30 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations

Late Night

Makers

12:00 Austin City Limits: Gary Clark, Jr./ Alabama Shakes 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Movie: The Man on the Eiffel Tower (1949) (1 hr, 30 min) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

When Kathrine Switzer (pictured) ran in the 1967 Boston Marathon, a race official attacked her for joining the all-male event. Meryl Streep narrates this three-hour film that tells how Switzer and other women, from Phyllis Schlafly to Hillary Clinton, have reshaped cultural landscape over the last 50 years. Tuesday, February 26, 7:00 p.m.

Repeats Thursday, February 28, 1:00 a.m.

Afternoon

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts Cuba murals, City Garden, Laumeier Sculpture Park. (9) 2:00 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boynton House: The Next Hundred Years Restoration of a Frank Lloyd Wright house in Rochester.

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25 Monday Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow An 1860 letter signed by Abraham Lincoln. 8:00 Market Warriors Antique toys in Oronoco, Minnesota. 9:00 American Experience: Silicon Valley The radical innovations that made possible everything from the Apollo space program to smart phones. (p. 13) 10:30 Rudy Maxa’s World 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Nova: Ancient Computer 2:00 Masterpiece Contemporary: Page Eight 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

26 Tuesday Evening

7:00 Makers: Women Who Make America How women, including Gloria Steinem, Ellen DeGeneres and Ruth Bader Ginsberg have helped shape America.

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Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 Market Warriors 3:00 Breakfast Special 2: Revenge of the Omelets 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Evening

Makers: Women Who Make America

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7:00 Nature: Echo: An Elephant to Remember Enjoy a look back at elephant matriarch Echo, the subject of several films. 8:00 Battle for the Elephants The criminal network behind ivory’s supply and demand. 9:00 Nova: Japan’s Killer Quake A unique look at the science behind Japan’s catastrophic 2011 earthquake. 10:00 Battle for the Elephants  Elephants today face market forces driving the value of tusks to levels once reserved for gold. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Makers: Women Who Make America 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Martin’s Aunt Ruth comes to town, and seems as cantankerous as her nephew. 9:00 Stay Tuned Join this live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) (p. 7) 10:00 In the Americas With David Yetman: Hawaii’s Big Island: The Volcanos’ Gifts Observing new lands emerge from the ocean. 10:30 In the Americas With David Yetman: Chiloe and Chilotes: Proud Islanders of Chile Traditions that extend back well before the arrival of Europeans. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Nature: Echo: An Elephant to Remember 2:00 Battle for the Elephants 3:00 Nova: Japan’s Killer Quake 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Repeat Schedule Program title in bold Original broadcast listed first • Repeat broadcast in italic Affair to Remember 2/9, 9:00 pm • 2/16, 11:40 pm American Experience Tuesdays, 8:00 pm (begins 1/8) (2/12, 19, 7:00 pm) (preempted 2/26) • Wednesdays, 2:00 am (begins 1/10) (2/14, 21, 7:00 pm) (preempted 2/28); Mondays, 9:00 pm (begins 2/4)

Frontline Tuesdays, 9:00 pm (preempted 1/1, 29, 2/5, 26) • T hursdays, 3:00 am (preempted 1/3, 31, 2/7, 28) Globe Trekker Tuesdays, 10:00 pm • S aturdays, 3:00 am; Saturdays, Sundays, 6:00 am Hawaii 2/10, 12:30 am • 2 /23, 10:00 pm

America’s Test Kitchen Tuesdays, 1:00 pm • Saturdays, 1:00 pm

History Detectives 1/8, 7:00 pm • 1 /10, 1:00 am; 1/13, 4:00 pm

Antiques Roadshow Mondays, 8:00 pm (7:00 pm begins 2/4) • Wednesdays, 1:00 am (preempted 1/2); Saturdays, 7:00 pm (preempted 1/5)

Homeland: Refugees 1/7, 10:00 pm • 1 /9, 3:00 am

Austin City Limits Fridays, 10:00 pm • Sundays, midnight (2/18, 12:30 am) Battle for the Elephants 2/27, 8:00 pm • 2/27, 10:00 pm; 3/1, 2:00 am Bedazzled 1/12, 10:00 pm • 1/13, 2:10 am; 2/3, 12:10 am Black Kungfu Experience 2/17, 11:30 pm • 2/20, 3:00 am Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy 1/1, 8:30 pm • 1/3, 2:30 am; 1/6, 3:00 pm Charlie Rose Monday–Friday, 11:30 pm • Tuesday–Friday, Monday, 1:30 pm Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Thursdays, 1:00 pm • Saturdays, 12:30 pm DCI Banks Sundays, 9:00 pm (begins 1/13) (10:00 pm begins 2/10) • Tuesdays, 3:00 am (begins 1/15) (ends 1/28) Dinosaur Train: Submarine Adventure 2/18, 8:00 am • 2/24, 9:00 am Donnybrook Thursdays, 7:00 pm • Saturdays, 1:00 am; Sundays, 11:00 am Donnybrook...Your Turn Thursdays, 7:30 pm • Saturdays, 1:30 am Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boynton House: The Next Hundred Years 2/19, 1:00 am • 2/24, 2:00 pm From Vienna: The New Year’s Celebration 2013 1/1, 7:00 pm • 1/3, 1:00 am

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Lidia’s Italy in America Wednesdays, 1:00 pm • S aturdays, 1:30 pm Lifecasters 2/10, 4:00 pm • 2 /13, 3:00 am Life on Fire Wednesdays, 9:00 pm (ends 2/6) Fridays, 3:00 am (ends 2/8) Living St. Louis Mondays, 7:00 pm (preempted 1/28–2/25) • S aturdays, 3:30 pm (preempted 1/5, 2/2–3/2) Makers: Women Who Make America 2/26, 7:00 pm • 2 /28, 1:00 am Market Warriors Mondays, 9:00 pm (8:00 pm begins 2/4) •W  ednesdays, 2:00 am (preempted 1/2); Saturdays, 4:00 pm Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Mondays, 1:00 pm (ends 1/14) • S aturdays, 2:00 pm (ends 1/19) Masterpiece Sundays, 8:00 pm • T uesdays, 2:00 am; Saturdays, 8:00 pm (begins 1/12) (ends 2/23) Mind of a Chef 1/3, 10, 17, 24, 10:00 pm • 1 /12, 26, 2/9, 23, 11:30 am 1/3, 10, 17, 10:30 pm • 1 /19, 2/2, 16, 11:30 am Nature Wednesdays, 7:00 pm •W  ednesdays, 10:00 pm (preempted 1/2, 2/20, 27); Fridays, 1:00 am (preempted 2/22); Sundays, 6:00 pm (preempted 2/17) 1/13, 7:00 pm • 1/15, 1:00 am Nova Wednesdays, 8:00 pm (2/27, 9:00 pm) • F ridays, 2:00 am (2/22, 1:00 am; 3/1, 3:00 am); 2/24, 7:00 pm; 2/26, 1:00 am 2/20, 9:00 pm • 2 /22, 2:00 am

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