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Photo Montage Message From the President American Graduate Ray Suarez of PBS NewsHour hosts American Graduate Community Town Hall at the Nine Network, and later, Nine broadcasts the seven-hour American Graduate Day.

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Step aside, youngsters, and learn what you don’t know about romance. Veteran actors Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid show how it’s done, portraying seniors who find love late in life on the new series Last Tango in Halifax.

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Nine Networking PBS Arts Fall Festival returns. • PBS NewsHour adds weekend coverage. • Find out if it’s valuable at Nine’s Trash or Treasure event. • Meet entrepreneurs who’ve made it on the new series Start Up. • American Experience turns 25. • Meet volunteer Judy Woolsey. • Nine airs an interfaith concert from The Sheldon. • Nine Academy teaches UMSL students. • COCA campers learn TV production at Nine Academy.  ine to Grow On N Chef Vivian Howard shares her recipe for happy family life and restaurant success on A Chef’s Life.

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On the Cover: Ray Suarez of PBS NewsHour hosts Nine’s broadcast of American Graduate Community Town Hall. Above: The studio immediately before the start of Nine’s first American Graduate broadcast in 2011, the Emmy-winning American Graduate Teacher Town Hall.

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Build-A-Bear Workshop’s 2013 Huggable Heroes and their parents visited the Nine Center in July. While in St. Louis, the young volunteers learned tips for telling their stories in a seminar taught by Nine’s President and CEO Jack Galmiche, producer Margaret Enright and Director of Digital Strategy Ed Reggi.

At Shock City Studios south of downtown, Cardinal Ritter College Prep interns (L–R) Ayesha Ewing, Cecret Matthews and Alexandra Whitley record an American Graduate theme song they wrote with Grammy-winner Alonzo Lee.

Students from Wyman Center and the Cultural Leadership youth organization participate in an American Graduate community conversation in advance of the town hall broadcast on September 16.

Nine Network videographer Scot Page captures a future art lover while taping footage for the Regional Arts Commission’s Art Is Everywhere campaign.

Four-time James Beard Award-finalist chef Gerard Craft (far right) of Craft Restaurants Ltd. leads food preparation in the Nine Network prop storage room for a Magnificent Missouri benefit dinner.

Violinist David Garrett discusses the benefits of a Nine Network membership with Mary Ann Carson during a pledge break in Nine’s studio in August.

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Nine Network Board of Directors Chair Patrick Sly Vice Chair Maxine Clark Treasurer Steven Frank

Jack Galmiche (R), president and CEO of the Nine Network, with Ray Wittcoff, one of the original founders of KETC and honorary chair of the Igniting the Spirit of Possibility Campaign, with his wife, Roma Wittcoff, a former board member.

Secretary David Steward II 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 Jeffrey McDonnell Kim Olson Randy Schilling Jack Schreiber Hugh Scott III Lewis Shepley Thad Simons 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

Dear Friends, I am pleased to report that in the “home stretch” of our Igniting the Spirit of Possibility campaign we have raised nearly $22 million, putting us at approximately 92 percent of our goal. Several additional aspects of the campaign represent achievements I want to share with you. Even with the campaign still underway, we have begun to realize new possibilities as a public media organization. With contributions from many new and longstanding funders, we are already making a difference in important initiatives related to the education and welfare of our children, to the overall health of our community, to our environment, to entrepreneurship, and to the vitality of the arts in our region. The concept is simple: Apply our capabilities and position of trust in collaboration with our community to address important issues as we shine a light on our region’s achievements. It would appear to be an idea whose time had come. But it is actually an idea proposed by our founders that is just now coming to full fruition. Ray Wittcoff, our last living founder, paid us a visit in July. Throughout his life he has been known for innovative thinking, determination and a strong desire to strengthen civic life. He also has been known for his remarkable ability to bring community partners to the table.

We’re all fortunate that Ray Wittcoff brought his talents and skills to the goal of creating what would become the Nine Network of Public Media. And we are fortunate that he has been willing to serve as honorary chair of our Igniting the Spirit of Possibility campaign. Ray Wittcoff epitomizes the spirit of possibility. Some say we’re no longer a traditional public television station. And they’re right. But they’re only half right. We are moving forward, while remaining true to our founding principles of service to this community. And, as Ray Wittcoff would say, we have the idea that we can always do better. Our very purpose is to serve the people of the St. Louis region. And the purpose of our Igniting the Spirit of Possibility campaign is to increase our capacity to do just that. Please make an additional contribution that will help us build our capacity for the future. Yours truly,

Jack Galmiche President and CEO Nine Network of Public Media

We think of Ray Wittcoff when community partners come to our table to work on positive outcomes for our community.

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American Graduate Community Town Hall Working Together for Actionable Solutions

For more than two years, the Nine Network of Public Media has been leading a local and national initiative to help young people achieve high school graduation and future success. The American Graduate initiative has involved 75 public media organizations and more than 800 community partner organizations nationwide — more than 50 in St. Louis alone. On Monday, September 16 at 7:00 p.m., the Nine Network will kick off a national series of town halls informed by community conversations being held across the country. The American Graduate Community Town Hall at Nine will be moderated by PBS NewsHour senior correspondent Ray Suarez. The hour-long live broadcast will bring together a broad spectrum of the community to discuss challenges students face and how we can work together to drive actionable solutions. Participants will include parents, students, business leaders, educators and community leaders. Registration to be part of the studio audience is at nineNet.org/TownHall. Viewers will be encouraged to join the conversation via Twitter at #AmGradSTL. The town hall can also be viewed online at nineNet.org and will be rebroadcast on Nine World on September 18 at 8:00 p.m., September 21 at 7:00 p.m. and September 22 at 10:00 a.m. On Saturday, September 28, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., the Nine Network will present American Graduate Day, a seven-hour national broadcast to engage the entire country around improving graduation rates. The broadcast will include nineNet.org

celebrity guests, compelling stories from students, information about volunteer opportunities and town hall segments. On October 28 and November 4 at 10:00 p.m. on Nine PBS, a two-hour Independent Lens documentary, The Graduates, explores the roots of the Latino dropout crisis and the ongoing effort to increase graduation rates. Also, the United Way, the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Wyman Center and Washington University will be presenting a series of related events in September and October. A full schedule will be available at nineNet.org/AmericanGraduate. American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen is a nationwide public media initiative led by the Nine Network and funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Ray Suarez Signs New Book at Central Library The Nine Network is hosting a free book-signing event for the public in the Great Hall of the newly renovated Central Library in downtown St. Louis Sunday, September 15, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. No reservations are required. Free parking is along Olive and Locust. Details are at nineNet.org. Ray Suarez’s new book, Latino Americans, is a companion to an upcoming three-part series airing Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. beginning September 17. nineMagazine | July–August 2013

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(L–R) Anne Reid, Derek Jacobi, Nicola Walker and Sarah Lancashire star in Last Tango in Halifax.

The Age of Love Young love has no age limit in the new comedy drama Last Tango in Halifax. ally Wainwright’s mother inspired her, and as a result, Wainwright now has a hit TV series. In real life, Wainwright’s widowed, 75-year-old mom, Dorothy, reunited with her childhood beau, Alec, after he found her on the Internet. Their romance and subsequent marriage enchanted Wainwright, who saw in their harmonious and serendipitous relationship the basis for a television series. Last Tango in Halifax, writer Wainwright’s six-part series that followed, stars legendary actor Derek Jacobi (I Claudius, The King’s Speech, The Borgias, My Week With Marilyn) and Anne Reid (Upstairs Downstairs) as childhood sweethearts Alan Buttershaw and Celia Dawson, both widowed and in their 70s. It debuted in 2012 in Great Britain and comes to Nine PBS on September 8. The series is an uplifting comedy drama about romance and second chances. Full of zesty humor, great characters and glorious dialogue, it’s about timeless love in a very modern setting. 6

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Characters Alan and Celia fall for each other all over again when they are reunited on Facebook after nearly 60 years. As their lives collide for a second time, the couple lament over what might have been as they begin a life-affirming journey of what can still happen. Their relationship is a celebratory tale of the power of love at any age. At this point series creator Wainwright found it necessary to diverge from her family’s story and add a dose of dramatic conflict to the tale. The plot focuses on family, so Wainwright gave the family some baggage. Alan and Celia both have grown daughters, whose dysfunctional lives bring drama at every turn. Celia’s daughter Caroline (Sarah Lancashire), a career-focused head teacher, is worried that her mom is rushing into things with Alan. But with her adulterous husband, John (Tony Gardner), back on the scene having left his alcoholic mistress Judith, and with relationship issues of her own, she’s happy to let things run their course. nineNet.org


Tune In: Chaotic, independent Gillian (Nicola Walker) works hard on the family farm as well as in the local supermarket. Impetuous in her relationships, she’s currently dealing with the advances of her younger lover Paul and the accusations of her brother-in-law Robbie (Dean Andrews), who’s convinced she was involved in the death of her husband. Neither daughter would ever dream of getting in the way of their parents’ happiness. But somehow they just can’t help themselves. “Last Tango could have patronized its aged protagonists or targeted only an ageing audience. But it triumphed because it wasn’t about old people or even elderly romance, but love. This (sentimental) 30-year-old loved every minute,” writes reviewer Simon Usborne in The Independent. The premiere of Last Tango in Halifax ranked within BBC One’s top 10 highest-rated drama series in 2012. Actress Reid says in an interview in RadioTimes, “I knew it was nineNet.org

Last Tango in Halifax airs Sundays at 7:00 p.m. beginning September 8. It is rebroadcast Tuesdays at 1:00 a.m. beginning September 10 and Thursdays at 10:00 p.m. beginning September 12. Full episodes will be available for viewing for a limited time after each broadcast on nineNet.org.

good but I didn’t know that it was going to be so phenomenally successful.” She adds, "And it has been. I have never been in anything in my life that appeals to everybody. It appeals to old people, young people, all classes, everybody. People come up to me now with a big smile, and I know what they’re going to say. It’s like having friends all over the place! It’s lovely.” Executive producer Nicole Shindler says, “‘What if’ is a question that haunts all of us, but in the hands of Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid, and the larger cast of Last Tango in Halifax, it becomes a hugely thoughtful and funny look at love and loss and hope. Making the series was a complete joy for all of us involved.”

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Nine Networking analyzing the latest national and international news. The series airs both days at 6:00 p.m. on Nine PBS.

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PBS NewsHour Weekend will present the same trustworthy information, but with a unique approach. “We have an opportunity to experiment a bit more on the weekend program as we bring the NewsHour to the next step of its evolution,” Sreenivasan says. The weekend edition asks the audience to provide input on upcoming episodes.

PBS Arts Fall Festival Returns

Patti Austin with Take 6, Met Opera star Elina Garanca and Michael Bublé are among the guest stars.

PBS and the Nine Network present arts programming year-round, but the annual PBS Arts Fall Festival still manages to ratchet up the level of excitement with its annual concentration of new and deliberately spectacular arts specials.

On Sunday, October 27 at 2:00 p.m., the PBS Arts Fall Festival continues with the premiere of A Raisin in the Sun Revisited: The Raisin Cycle at Center Stage. This film features scenes from Baltimore’s Center Stage performance of Pulitzer Prize-winning Clybourne Park and Beneatha’s Place, two plays inspired by Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun, and clips from film and television productions of A Raisin in the Sun. In addition, it examines the Raisin in the Sun backstory, and the tangled emotions that still muddy our thinking about property, race, gentrification and neighborhood.

This year, the seven-week PBS Arts Fall Festival’s offerings celebrate music and Broadway classics, including Nashville 2.0, a tribute to legendary country stars; a star-studded version of Stephen Sondheim’s musical Company; and Barbra Streisand: Back to Brooklyn, the superstar’s first Brooklyn concert since her childhood years. The weekly specials kick off on Friday, October 18 at 9:00 p.m. (repeats Sunday, October 20 at 2:00 p.m.) with Great Performances’ 40th Anniversary Celebration. The all-star homecoming at Lincoln Center features alumni sharing their personal stories of what Great Performances means to them as America’s only ongoing primetime stage for the performing arts. Julie Andrews, Audra McDonald, Don Henley, David Hyde Pierce, Josh Groban, Itzhak Perlman, New York City Ballet’s Peter Martins, 8

PBS NewsHour Adds Weekend Coverage Hari Sreenivasan, correspondent and director of digital partnerships for PBS NewsHour, is ready to add more to his already impressive list of responsibilities. Beginning September 7, Sreenivasan will extend the impact of PBS NewsHour to Saturday and Sunday when he debuts as anchor of PBS NewsHour Weekend, a new program summarizing and

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Jessica Frances Dukes (L) and Kim Bey in a scene from Beneatha’s Place, part of the PBS Arts Fall Festival.

“I’m hoping to pull the audience into the ways we create content, and help us spread the word about it as well,” Sreenivasan says. “I hope to have ‘anchor’ hour, a bit like office hours that your professors kept in college. I’ll be open to viewers across different social media platforms and having a conversation about aspects of the stories we are planning in the coming weekend and then taking some of these questions into our editorial meeting.”

Hari Sreenivasan anchors the new weekend edition of PBS NewsHour.

PBS NewsHour Weekend differs from its parent show in more ways than one. “It’s a half-hour versus a whole one,” Sreenivasan says. “We have a new set, a new city and new opportunities for viewers to engage while still keeping the depth and context that viewers have come to love and trust.” Located in New York, this new extension also allows PBS NewsHour to become more accessible. “We’re committed to being available anywhere, anytime,” Sreenivasan nineNet.org


says. “That means online and on air, weekdays and weekends.” Sreenivasan has a long history with the television industry, having worked previously for CBS News. Yet, PBS NewsHour and the new PBS NewsHour Weekend possess a quality that other opportunities did not. “We’re the only place on television where informed individuals can disagree agreeably about matters that matter, night after night,” says Sreenivasan. —Katie Greathouse

Trash or Treasure Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but ask an appraiser if you want to know cash value. At the 4th Annual Trash or Treasure event on Saturday, September 28, some of St. Louis’ most knowledgeable experts in art, collectibles, furniture, jewelry, musical instruments and more will be on hand to evaluate items for Nine Network members. Trash or Treasure will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St. Louis Science Center. Attendees may bring as many items as they like for $25 per item, and must bring at least one item to enter the event. If you are a sustaining member, or become one with a minimum $10 automatically contributed monthly donation to Nine, you may bring up to six items. Tickets to Trash or Treasure are available at the door and in advance at (314) 512-9199 or 1-800-729-9966.

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The Nine Network and the National Churchill Museum Present

“Winston Churchill’s Epic ‘Iron Curtain Speech’: History Alive Today” The Day the Whole World Turned to Missouri And Its Impact on Our Lives Today Nine PBS Showings Sunday, September 1, at 4:30 p.m. and Friday, September 20, at 9:30 p.m. SEE WHERE IT ALL BEGAN! Visit the National Churchill Museum on the campus of Westminster College in Fulton, MO www.nationalchurchillmuseum.org

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Gary Bredow profiles entrepreneurs in Start Up.

Starting New Businesses In a recent poll, nearly 50 percent of Americans said they dreamed of starting their own business. Just what does it take to realize that dream? Start Up, a fast-paced, new, 13-part series, answers the call. It airs Saturdays at 4:00 p.m. beginning September 7 on Nine PBS. Host Gary Bredow travels nationwide interviewing over 40 successful, fascinating entrepreneurs from Milwaukee “Gouda Girls” food truck owners to a Chicago clothing company for kids. The series offers an up-close and personal look into the world of the modern American entrepreneur. As complicated as starting a business may seem, the goal is to demystify the process by sharing the real life experiences of average Americans who are taking control of their own destiny while creating jobs for others. The Start Up series complements the Nine Network’s ongoing Ignite Innovation initiative, which was launched to boost awareness of resources for the region’s entrepreneurs. In April, Nine broadcast a live Ignite Innovation town hall, and every Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. Nine hosts 1 Million Cups of Coffee, a free weekly meeting that gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to present ideas and network with nineNet.org


other innovators. (The presentations are streamed on nineNet.org/1mc.) Nine also partners with the St. Louis County Economic Council on the St. Louis Startup Challenge to encourage new entrepreneurs.

American Experience at 25 In 1988, the documentary The Great San Francisco Earthquake shook up the PBS schedule as the first offering from the new history series American Experience. Over 25 years, American Experience has been television’s most-watched history series, bringing to life the incredible characters and epic stories that shape America’s past and present. Since its debut, the series has: produced 287 films; won over 290 awards, including 30 Emmys and 16 George Foster Peabody Awards; and been called “the most consistently enriching program on television” (Chicago Tribune).

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To kick off its 25th anniversary season on October 29 at 8:00 p.m. (repeats October 31 at 2:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m.), American Experience will present War of the Worlds, about 23-year-old Orson Welles’ infamous 1938 radio broadcast that either delighted or terrified audiences with its coverage of hostile aliens invading Earth. Continued on page 13

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From Police Force to Volunteer Force Judy Woolsey is deeply invested in her relationship with the Nine Network. Along with watching Nine for as long as she can remember and being an active member for five years, she is also a dedicated volunteer. Woolsey, of Maryland Heights, had always wanted to volunteer at Nine and after researching the volunteer program on Nine’s website, she immediately took the steps to join. Drawn to the countless opportunities available through the volunteer program, she began last February. “Volunteers are provided with training and support to ensure the best possible service to Nine Network members and viewers,” she says. “I am so thankful for the opportunity to give back not only as a member, but as a customer service volunteer NineNetwork PfautchAd-2013.pdf in Member Services.”

Outside of volunteering, Woolsey has a private pilot’s license and enjoys traveling, gardening and reading. Professionally, she has spent most of her life communicating with the public. She spent 34 years as a police officer in Bridgeton. For 21 of those years Woolsey was a D.A.R.E. officer, educating elementary schoolchildren about resisting peer pressure and raising awareness about substance abuse. She also served as the community relations officer. Both positions taught Woolsey how to deal with inquiries from the public—perfect experience when she takes calls from viewers in her position at Nine. “I use the skills I developed all those years as a way to give back to the Nine Network,” she says. “I love my volunteer position; it’s a fun challenge to find the answers to people’s problems.”

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Volunteer Judy Woolsey answers viewers phone calls and more.

“The quality of programming provided by the Nine Network is an educational and entertainment oasis in today’s complicated world of media. The values and integrity of Nine’s programming content are very important to me, and I am very proud to be serving in the role of volunteer.” In fact, Woolsey encouraged her own children to watch Nine. “When my Continued on page 14

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kids were little Sesame Street had just started,” she says. “We were a Nine family.” To discover a volunteer opportunity that interests you, come to the next volunteer orientation session on Tuesday, September 24 at 6:00 p.m. at the Nine Network, 3655 Olive St. Contact volunteer manager Brittany Farmer by September 23 to reserve a seat. Email bfarmer@ketc.org or call (314) 512-9031. —Katie Greathouse

The Arts and Faith Interfaith Memorial in Music, the third annual celebration of the world’s religions through music at The Sheldon Concert Hall, will be broadcast Wednesday, October 9 at 9:00 p.m. (repeats Friday, October 11 at 3:00 a.m.; Thursday, October 24 at 10:00 p.m. and Sunday, October 27 at 3:00 p.m.) on Nine PBS. The hourlong event features sacred music from Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Mormon and Christian traditions, as well as performances by soprano Christine Brewer, pianist Peter Martin, violinist David Halen, singer Charles Glenn, St. Louis County Police Pipe and Drums, and St. Louis Children’s Choirs.

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This fall, the Nine Network’s Nine Academy will help Pierre Laclede Honors College students at the University of Missouri-St. Louis take historic preservation to a new level. In a project in partnership with UMSL, Nine and the Landmarks Association of St. Louis, the students will explore the two fundamental elements that make a neighborhood: buildings and people. The students will take a semester-long course in which they will document the character of various St. Louis neighborhoods by collecting oral histories of residents most familiar with every home, business, structure and street where they live. Then, under the guidance of Nine Academy nineNet.org


instructor Mike Pagano, the students will create their own three-minute historical documentary. “We will provide cameras, equipment and training in how to set up shots and edit,” says Pagano. “The videos will be screened in December at the Missouri History Museum and later used as reference tools by the Landmarks Association.”

COCA Kids Camp For a week last July, the Nine Network’s Nine Academy welcomed nine summer campers from COCA (Center of Creative Arts) for what instructor Mike Pagano calls a “fast-paced crash course in television production.” The middle-school students collaborated to produce a 25-minute newsmagazine they titled The Coming Generation: Youth and the Changing World. They developed a concept and theme, then went out with cameras to record introductions, shoot footage and interview siblings, parents and

Be there or be square. Nine Academy instructor Mike Pagano (far left) and campers from COCA.

nearby Nine Network interns for stories. Segments looked at topics such as how Barbie dolls influence body image and whether New York City’s anti-Big Gulp law is reasonable. In post-camp surveys, the students gave the class rave reviews and reflected on how much they learned. “I think the most challenging part was when we had to make our interview questions,” writes Amelia Brown. “Thinking about a topic is one thing, but trying to make questions about a topic is another thing.” Their film debuted at a private screening for family and friends. nineNet.org

Opens Oct. 5! Forest Park (314) 746-4599 mohistory.org The 1968 Exhibit is a traveling exhibit organized by the Minnesota History Center in partnership with the Atlanta History Center, the Chicago History Museum, and the Oakland Museum of California. The exhibit is supported by major grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

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The Nine Network of Public Media gratefully acknowledges the following individuals, foundations and businesses for their leadership gifts of $1,000 and above for annual operating support and our capacity campaign, Igniting the Spirit of Possibility.

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Anonymous (2) American Direct Marketing Resources Anheuser-Busch Arthur & Helen Baer Foundation Richard A. Baker Foundation Mary-Randolph Ballinger The Boeing Company The Employees Community Fund of Boeing St. Louis Brown Shoe Company Charitable Trust Spencer & Phoebe Burke Dan & Connie Burkhardt The Citi Foundation Ms. Maxine Clark & Mr. Robert Fox Deer Creek Foundation Victor & Selene DeLiniere Charitable Foundation Edward Jones Emerson Energizer Charitable Trust Steve & Mary Frank The Funders’ Network Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Harry Edison Foundation Ms. Juanita Hinshaw and Mr. Ted Harrison Incarnate Word Foundation Interco Charitable Trust Mr. & Mrs. Henry O. Johnston Mary Ranken Jordan & Ettie A. Jordan Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth S. Kranzberg Mr. Mike Lovett James S. McDonnell Family Foundation Jeff & Jennifer McDonnell Missouri Foundation for Health Newman's Own Foundation Norman J. Stupp Foundation Olson Family Fund of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Pershing Charitable Trust Peters Family Fund

PNC Bank Emily Rauh Pulitzer Regional Arts Commission Regional Health Commission June M. Saxton Mr. & Mrs. Hugh Scott III Silk Foundation Patrick & Peggy Sly St. Louis County Economic Council St. Louis County Children's Service Fund The Trio Foundation of St. Louis William A. Kerr Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Wittcoff Edward H. & Rosemary Young Fund of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation

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Ms. Kelly Brendel Mr. & Mrs. H. Pharr Brightman Ms. Allison Burgess & Mr. Roger Kepner Donald & Claudia Busiek Mary Jo Cannon Dr. & Mrs. Lewis Chartock Mr. Samuel B. Clark Ms. Ann M. Corrigan Mrs. E. Cosbey Dr. David Costigan Mrs. Henry Day Wanda & Michael DeHaven Mrs. George B. Desloge, George and Mary Rose Desloge Family Fund of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Mrs. Betty Donahoe Mr. & Mrs. Quintus L. Drennan Jr. James & Lionelle Elsesser Mr. & Mrs. Fred Epstein Max & Melba Erlich Charitable Foundation Essman Family Charitable Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Leon Felman Dr. LeRoy L. Fink Dr. & Mrs. Gregory K. Finn Mr. Macquorn R. Forrester Mr. Chris Friedman Ms. Venita Georgieff Ms. Bettie L. Gershman John & Dora Gianoulakis Mrs. Joseph F. Gleason Mr. & Mrs. Marvin B. Goldman Jill Goodman Frank Goudsmit & Michelle Zielinski Mrs. Sharon Greenberg Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Hall Robert H. & Katherine P. Harper Harvey & Judy Harris Mr. & Mrs. Ray Hartmann Mrs. Patricia G. Hecker, Hecker Family Charitable Foundation of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Suzie & Ted Heimburger

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The Nine Network is one of the most watched public television stations in the country and has become a national leader in community engagement. The mutual commitment we have shared with our community of supporters for more than 55 years has helped us strengthen our region with exceptional programming for all ages and new ways of engaging people in the civic life of our community.

Thank You! Gayla & Richard Heppe Mrs. Wells A. Hobler Debra Hollingsworth & Mark Stacye Jerry, Patti, Bob & Patty Holschen Lotsie & Rick Holton Mr.• & Mrs. W. R. Horlacher Jr. Mrs. Claire M. Jacobs The Janklow Family Ms. Pat Jankowski Dr. & Mrs. James G. Janney Mrs. Bettie S. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. D. Scott Johnson Karen S. Kalish, Estelle W. & Karen S. Kalish Foundation of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Dr. Richard Katz & Dr. Stacey Smith Quinn Kiley Robert & Patricia Kistler Mr. Norman H. Klayman Marianne Knaup* Robert & Caralmae Knickmeyer Mr. David Krausch Larry Kuhlman Mr. & Mrs. Richard Layne Mr. & Mrs. Ned Lemkemeier Marvin & Charlotte Liefer

Carol & Stephen H. Loeb Philanthropic Fund Mr. & Mrs. Eugene J. Mackey III Ms. Phyllis Maritz Jane McCammon Tom & Linda McCrackin Sherry McCrory Mrs. Sanford N. McDonnell Mrs. Mary C. McManus Constance & John McPheeters Tim and Wanda Michels Mr. & Mrs. John C. Miller, John C. & Bette B. Miller Charitable Foundation of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Ms. Virginia Moellenhoff Susan Mulcahy Helen & Robert Mustell Philip & Sima Needleman Ms. Ruth A. Nevils David Norman, M.D. Old Enterprise Foundation Ray & Grace Pettyjohn Gordon & Susie Philpott Drs. William & Barbara Pickard Bill & Jane Pohlman

Cheryl D. Polk Mrs. Ellen Post Dan & Anne Prebish Mr. David M. Reissig Bruce & Jane Robert John & Elizabeth Samet Tom & Mary Pat Santel Susan M. Saxton Mr. & Mrs. Michael M. Scharf Mrs. William C. Schock Jack A. & Sheryl A. Schreiber Kenneth & Patricia Schutte Mr. Russell K. Scott Marian Senger Mrs. Warren Shapleigh Bob & Amy Shaw Dr. & Mrs. Richard C. Shaw Mrs. William H. Sheffield Martin Shrader & Jean Cody Ms. Jennifer Shylanski Richard & Shirley Skalski Florence N. Davis Family Advised Fund, Dorothy D. Smith David & Dot Soldavini Richard & Phyllis Steckel Mr. & Mrs. David I. Steinberg

David & Thelma Steward William W. & Mary Stewart Stupp Bros. Bridge & Iron Co. Foundation John Sweet & John Forti, John H. K. Sweet Charitable Fund of the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Timothy J. Tegeler Ms. Marilyn Teitelbaum Tomara Corporation Ms. Sarah Trulaske Genevieve Turner Mrs. Henry Uhlemeyer Emily & Steven Walton Terry & Phyllis Weiss Barbara L. Wells Mrs. Marjorie Whitcraft Mr. & Mrs. Milton P. Wilkins Bruce & Trish Williams Mr. & Mrs. James R. Williamson Mr. & Mrs. Robert Zwart

MOST 529 Plan Paducah Convention and Visitors Bureau Pairings Catering PNC Bank Primary Network Saint Louis Art Museum The Sheldon Concert Hall Shen Yun Sorkins Directories South County Urological, Inc. St. Louis Altenheim St. Louis Art Fair St. Louis Beacon

St. Louis Business Journal Women’s Conference St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Classical Guitar Society St. Louis Community College St. Louis RCGA St. Louis Science Center St. Louis Speakers Series St. Louis Symphony Valenti’s Catering Wildflowers, LLC With Love Catering World Chess Hall of Fame

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Fazio’s Frets and Friends The Gatesworth Grand Center, Inc. Kodner Gallery LoRusso’s Catering The Magic House McCarthy Building Co. Mercy Mercy Children’s Hospital Midwest Valet Parking Missouri Baptist Medical Center Missouri History Museum Mizzou International Composers Festival Monsanto

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Nine to Grow On

Real Food and Family Drama Chef Vivian Howard and her husband, Ben Knight, worked for some of the best chefs in New York City. She made a name for herself in the Manhattan restaurant world and with her own gourmet soup delivery service. Acclaim and potential investors poured in, but it was the offer from her own parents that called to her the loudest. They would help her build a restaurant—but with one catch. She had to open it back home in Eastern North Carolina, a place to which she swore she would never return.

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A unique new series tells what happened next. A Chef’s Life, broadcast Sundays at 6:30 p.m. beginning September 15, is a half-hour, characterdriven documentary and cooking series that takes viewers inside the life of Howard and Knight after they left the big city to open a fine dining restaurant in rural North Carolina. It was, says Howard, “totally out of place in our small town.” And so the Chef & the Farmer, located in Kinston, in Lenoir County, North Carolina, was born. Six years in, Howard and her restaurant have won numerous accolades, including her selection as a James Beard semifinalist, but the challenges continue. As the series

opens, Howard and Knight are juggling the restaurant, raising twins and anxiously building their own home— right next door to her parents. In that relationship, as well as in the food she prepares, Howard’s found a recipe for success. “Aside from discovering that I actually like spending time with my family,” she says, “I’ve also learned that the food I grew up with has a story.” Cynthia Hill, the filmmaker behind A Chef’s Life, grew up with Howard and persuaded her to allow a camera crew to chronicle her move back home. Each episode follows Howard out of the kitchen and into cornfields, strawberry patches and hog farms as she hunts down the ingredients that inspire her seasonal menus. A celebration of true farm to table food, the 13-week series combines the action and drama of a high-pressure business with the joys and stresses of family life. Find a sneak peek of A Chef’s Life online at ninenet.org/achefslife.

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Listings Key (9) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nine Network production. (p. ) . . . . . . . . . Page number of related article(s). For September program grid, see page 28. For repeated programs, see page 40. For the latest program changes, visit the Nine Network’s website at nineNet.org

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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September Weekdays Monday

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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!

8:30

Dinosaur Train

9:00

Sesame Street

10:00

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

10:30

Sid the Science Kid

11:00

WordWorld

11:30

Barney & Friends

12:00

Martha Speaks

12:30

1:00

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo

Thomas & Friends

Caillou

Bob the Builder

America’s Test Kitchen

Mexico—One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless (9/4) Great American Seafood Cook-Off (9/11) Ketchup: King of Condiments (9/18) For Your Home (9/25)

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

Beauty of Oil Painting With Gary and Kathwren Jenkins

Charlie Rose

2:30

Clifford the Big Red Dog

3:00

Cyberchase

3:30

WordGirl

4:00

Wild Kratts

4:30

Electric Company

5:00

Arthur

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Nightly Business Report

6:00

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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 Travelscope 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

Afternoon

Angelina Ballerina the Next Steps

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12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts A former tattoo artist’s confections at I Scream Cakes on Cherokee. (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts (9) 2:00 Great Performances at the Met: Francesca da Rimini A rare revival of Zandonai’s masterpiece with Eva-Marie Westbroek. 4:30 Winston Churchill’s Epic Iron Curtain Speech: History Alive Today Churchill’s renowned “Iron Curtain” speech in Fulton, Missouri, and how it’s impacted the area and world since. 5:00 Churchill: Destiny (1 of 3) Churchill’s early life: his aristocratic birth, battlefield experience and political rise. 6:00 Churchill: The Lion’s Roar (2 of 3) Examine Churchill’s leadership of Britain during World War II.

Evening

7:00 Churchill: The Last Prize (Conclusion) Trace Churchill’s departure from and return to political life. 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Silk Martha defends a vulnerable teenager and, reluctantly, a police officer accused of racism.

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Taking the phrase “bird’s-eye view” literally and to new heights, this six-part miniseries soars over six continents with feathered fowl friends, including snow geese, pelicans, hummingbirds, fish eagles, flamingos, cape gannets, macaws and more.

Late Night

12:00 Live From the Artists Den: Imagine Dragons 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Churchill: Destiny (1 of 3) 3:30 Churchill: The Lion’s Roar (2 of 3) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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7:00 Antiques Roadshow Appetizing antiques and delectable collectibles for and about eating. 8:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Scripture of Nature (1851–1890) (1 of 6) Ken Burns explores the beauty and history of America’s parks. Tonight: Yosemite, Yellowstone and the radical idea of creating national parks. 10:00 The Queen’s Palaces: Buckingham Palace How England’s most spectacular palace emerged from a swampy backwater. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Churchill: The Last Prize (Conclusion) 2:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Silk

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

3 Tuesday Evening

7:00 Nature: The Private Life of Deer Enter the hidden world of white-tailed deer outfitted with night-vision cameras and GPS tracking equipment. 8:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Last Refuge (1890–1915) (2 of 6) Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir champion parks, but lose a battle with Yosemite’s Hetch Hetchy dam. 10:30 Before There Were Parks: Yellowstone and Glacier Through Native Eyes Why Glacier and Yellowstone parks are so important to American Indians. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Nature: The Private Life of Deer 2:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Last Refuge (1890–1915) (2 of 6) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m. beginning September 4 Repeats Wednesdays, 10:00 p.m. beginning September 4 and Fridays, 1:00 a.m. beginning September 6

10:00 Side by Side: The Science, Art and Impact of Digital Cinema Keanu Reeves produced and hosts this analysis of digital and photochemical film creation. 11:00 Fixing Juvie Justice How the restorative justice principles of the Maori people of New Zealand work on the mean streets of Baltimore.

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: Going Home (1920–1933) (4 of 6) The future of the Great Smoky Mountains becomes caught in a race with the lumbermen’s saws. 10:00 Expeditions With Patrick McMillan McMillan explores the bizarre mating rituals of many creatures across the continent. 10:30 Katmai: Alaska’s Wild Peninsula Visit a wilderness of volcanoes, vast tundra and the greatest concentration of brown bears on Earth. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: North America (1 of 6) 2:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Empire of Grandeur (1915–1919) (3 of 6) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Scripture of Nature (1851–1890) (1 of 6) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

4 Wednesday Evening

7:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: North America (1 of 6) State-of-the-art technology shows the world from a bird’s-eye view. Tonight: fly over the Great Plains, Grand Canyon and Alaska with snow geese, pelicans and bald eagles.

6 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Charlie Rose—The Week Join Charlie Rose for highlights from his nightly program. 8:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: Great Nature (1933–1945) (5 of 6) In the midst of an economic catastrophe, the national parks provide a source of much-needed peace. 10:00 Nature: The Private Life of Deer See deer as intelligent, affectionate family members. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation

8:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Empire of Grandeur (1915–1919) (3 of 6) In John Muir’s absence, a new leader steps forward on behalf of America’s remaining pristine places. 10:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: North America (1 of 6) What happens when snow geese, pelicans and bald eagles encounter bears, dolphins, bison and spawning fish. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Donnybrook (9) 1:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 2:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: Going Home (1920–1933) (4 of 6) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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10:00 Movie: Fiddler on the Roof (1971) A poor Jewish peasant (Chaim Topol) struggles with allowing a matchmaker (Molly Pecon) to find suitable husbands for his five daughters. (3 hrs, 1 min)

Late Night

1:00 The Queen’s Palaces: Buckingham Palace 2:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: Great Nature (1933–1945) (5 of 6) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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 10:00 New Scandinavian Cooking 10:30 Cooking With Julie Taboulie 11:00 Chef John Besh’s Family Table 11:30 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Tailgate party in your backyard. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Slow-cooker meatballs and marinara. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Raspberry sorbet; tasting of hot sauces. 1:30 Mexico—One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless Rick visits with four top chefs in Oaxaca City. 2:00 Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo Walk through Napoleon’s wine tunnels. 2:30 Cooking With Nick Stellino Pork chops with apple and whiskey sauce. 3:00 Landscapes Through Time With David Dunlop French and American Impressionism. 3:30 Great American Seafood Cook-Off Highlights from the annual contest. 4:00 Start Up New series looks at modern American entrepreneurs. First: a Milwaukee food truck, a Detroit pickle company and a Pittsburgh zombie store. (p. 10) 4:30 Woodsmith Shop Roll-top desk. 5:00 Hometime Outdoor stone island with a built-in gas grill. 5:30 Ask This Old House Properly mulching garden beds. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend Debut. PBS NewsHour expands its news coverage. (p. 8) 6:30 This Old House Architectural accents and tile in the bath.

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow Toy coffee service made of 18th-century British porcelain. 8:00 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Morning of Creation (1946–1980) (Conclusion) America’s “last frontier” becomes a testing ground for the future of the park idea.

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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 Travelscope 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

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September

American Masters: Billie Jean King In the series’ first profile of a sports figure, Billie Jean King (pictured) recalls her battle of the sexes tennis match against Bobby Riggs and the launch of the Women’s Tennis Association. This 90-minute profile includes perspectives from Rosie Casals, Chris Evert, Venus Williams, Gloria Steinem, Riggs’ son Larry and others.

Afternoon

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts The "Screwed Cube" exhibit at the Regional Arts Commission. (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts (9) 2:00 Great Performances at the Met: Giulio Cesare David Daniels and Natalie Dessay star in David McVicar’s new production of Handel’s opera. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 Invisible Women: Forgotten Artists of Florence Women artists who once painted in Florence, Italy.

Evening

7:00 Last Tango in Halifax (1 of 6) Childhood sweethearts Alan and Celia, both widowed and in their 70s, are reunited after nearly 60 years. (p. 6) 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Silk Martha takes on the biggest case of her life. 10:00 P.O.V.: Neurotypical Explore autism from the point of view of three autistic people: a 4-year-old child, a teenager and an adult. 11:00 Is School Enough? A new approach to reshape education breaks out of the classroom and connects students to the wider world.

9 Monday Evening

7:00 Living St. Louis (9) 7:30 British Antiques Roadshow 8:00 Antiques Roadshow Coleman recreational and military lanterns and stoves. 9:00 Antiques Roadshow Art Nouveau works by glassmaker Frederick Carder, co-founder of the Steuben Glass Company. 10:00 The Queen’s Palaces: Windsor Castle A visit to the world’s largest and oldest inhabited castle. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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

Late Night

Tavis Smiley Last Tango in Halifax (1 of 6) (p. 6) Masterpiece Mystery!: Silk Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Late Night

12:00 Infinity Hall Live: Fountains of Wayne 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Morning of Creation (1946–1980) (Conclusion) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Tuesday, September 10, 7:00 p.m. Repeats Thursday, September 12, 1:00 a.m. and Monday September 16, 2:30 a.m.

10 Tuesday Evening

7:00 American Masters: Billie Jean King Tennis star Billie Jean King tells her story in the series’ first profile of a sports figure.

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Late Night

Tavis Smiley Antiques Roadshow Antiques Roadshow The Queen’s Palaces: Windsor Castle Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

11 Wednesday Evening

7:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Africa (2 of 6) Soar with Africa’s birds to see the most animal-packed continent with fresh eyes. 8:00 Nova: Ground Zero Supertower Return to Ground Zero to witness the final chapter in an epic story of engineering and innovation. 9:00 Brains on Trial With Alan Alda: Determining Guilt (1 of 2) Using a fictional crime, this program probes the brains of the defendant, witnesses, jury and judge. Tonight: the conceivable effects of neuroscience on criminal law and courtroom procedure. 10:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Africa (2 of 6) Fly and arrow-dive with cape gannets among sharks, dolphins, whales and the great sardine run. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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Tavis Smiley American Masters: Billie Jean King Frontline: The Suicide Plan Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

12 Thursday Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Martin and Louisa are finally going on their first date, but the doctor manages to ruin the moment. 9:00 Stay Tuned Live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) 10:00 Last Tango in Halifax (1 of 6) Celia’s and Alan’s daughters argue over a parking spot and are then introduced to each other by their parents. (p. 6) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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3:00 Landscapes Through Time With David Dunlop Artist Joseph Mallord William Turner. 3:30 Living St. Louis (9) 4:00 Start Up Pizza tour operators in Chicago, purveyors of kids’ clothing in Pittsburgh and a Milwaukee hotelier. (p. 10) 4:30 Woodsmith Shop Heirloom Morris chair. 5:00 Hometime Visit with a kitchen cabinet designer. 5:30 Ask This Old House Using hand planes. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 This Old House Window seat; granite steps.

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Africa (2 of 6) 2:00 Nova: Ground Zero Supertower 3:00 Brains on Trial With Alan Alda: Determining Guilt (1 of 2) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

13 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Charlie Rose—The Week 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Russian House A Russian POW is on the run, which puts Foyle in grave danger as never before. 9:30 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: Killing Time Foyle and Sam Stewart see a swell of prejudice as black American GIs fight a war against intolerance. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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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

14 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 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 10:00 New Scandinavian Cooking 10:30 Cooking With Julie Taboulie 11:00 Chef John Besh’s Family Table 11:30 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table The bounty of the second growing season. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Honey fried chicken; Amish potato salad. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Crab cakes; grill-smoked salmon. 1:30 Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking Debut. Follow Australian celebrity chef Pete Evans on a series of pop-up cooking events in America. 2:00 Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo Balsamic vinegars and sparkling wines. 2:30 Cooking With Nick Stellino Mango and ginger sauce.

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September

8:30 Frontline: The Suicide Plan  The shadow world of assisted suicide, where the lines between legality and criminality are blurred. 10:00 Globe Trekker Ian Wright travels from Istanbul to Vienna. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Brains on Trial With Alan Alda A convenience store robbery that goes terribly wrong leads 18-year-old Jimmy Moran to stand trial. Using this fictional crime, host Alan Alda (pictured) explores how neuroscience could or should be used in the courtroom to determine whether a witness lies, testimony is reliable or a jury is biased. Wednesday, September 11 and 18, 9:00 p.m. Repeats Friday, September 13 and 20, 3:00 a.m.

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow A 1920s Buddy “L” toy sand and gravel truck. 8:00 Death in Paradise A woman is found murdered in her bed with 30 coins in her mouth and Dwayne is an initial suspect. 9:00 Movie: The Birdcage (1996) A gay cabaret owner (Robin Williams) and his partner pose as a straight couple to impress the traditional parents of their son’s fiancee (Calista Flockhart). (1 hr, 59 min)

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11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

Afternoon

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts The works of 93-year-old Leslie Laskey at the Bruno David Gallery. (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts (9) 2:00 The Shaw Festival: Behind the Curtain A behind-the-scenes look at getting the play from the page to the stage at Ontario’s Shaw Festival. 3:00 David Phelps Classic The Grammy-winning tenor sings classical, patriotic and inspirational selections. 4:00 Sisters Go into the lives of five American nuns. 5:00 Lark Rise to Candleford Debut. A teenage girl leaves the small hamlet of Lark Rise to start a new life in the neighboring market town of Candleford. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 A Chef’s Life Debut. Inside the life of a North Carolina restaurateur. (p. 18)

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September 9.1

11:00 Movie: The Sunshine Boys (1975) A once-famous comedy duo must reunite for a final show after 20 years of hating each other. Walter Matthau, George Burns. (1 hr, 51 min)

American Graduate Community Town Hall Live from the Nine Network, Ray Suarez (pictured) moderates a discussion among community members about how to implement solutions to the dropout crisis.

Evening

Lark Rise to Candleford In 1880s Oxfordshire, Laura Timmins (Olivia Hallinan, pictured) boldly chooses to leave home in tradition-bound Lark Rise to seize a job opportunity in the post office of bustling Candleford, a town eagerly poised to welcome the 20th century. This gentle period series, adapted from the novels by Flora Thompson, also stars Brendan Colyle (Downton Abbey). Sundays, 5:00 p.m. beginning September 15

15 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 Travelscope 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

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7:00 Last Tango in Halifax (2 of 6) Gillian and Caroline have problems with their respective children and partners. (p. 6) 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Eternity Ring Foyle investigates the possibility of a Russian spy network in the heart of London. 9:30 The Bletchley Circle (1 of 3) Four women—former World War II codebreakers—cleverly deduce how a serial killer is finding his victims. 10:30 P.O.V.: The Law in These Parts Examine the system of military administration used by Israel since the Six-Day War of 1967.

Late Night

12:00 Infinity Hall Live: Ben Taylor 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 American Masters: Billie Jean King 4:00 Sisters

16 Monday Evening

7:00 American Graduate Community Town Hall Ray Suarez hosts this conversation at Nine’s studio exploring with parents, students, educators and community leaders how to improve high school graduation rates. (9) (p. 5) 8:00 Antiques Roadshow The Gilmore Car Museum’s collection of more than 1,500 hood ornaments. 9:00 Antiques Roadshow Wooden fish decoys by master carver Oscar Peterson. 10:00 The Queen’s Palaces: Palace of Holyroodhouse The history of the palace in Edinburgh. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Last Tango in Halifax (2 of 6) (p. 6) 2:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Eternity Ring 3:30 The Bletchley Circle (1 of 3) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

17 Tuesday Evening

7:00 Latino Americans: Foreigners in Their Own Land/Empire of Dreams The rich and varied history of Latinos in the U.S. Tonight: the first Spanish explorations in North America and the MexicanAmerican War; how Latino immigration from 1880 to the 1940s reshaped the American population. (p. 5) 9:00 Frontline: Egypt in Crisis The rise and rapid fall of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood. 10:00 Globe Trekker From Washington, D.C., along the Blue Ridge Parkway, Tennessee, Arkansas and Route 66 from Oklahoma to Arizona. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 Antiques Roadshow 3:00 The Queen’s Palaces: Palace of Holyroodhouse 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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7:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Europe (3 of 6) Rise over Western Europe with cranes and geese, and see where birds gather by the millions to breed. 8:00 Nova: Why Ships Sink (Conclusion) Twenty million passengers embark on cruises each year in deluxe “floating cities.” Are we really safe at sea—or are we on the brink of a 21st-century Titanic? 9:00 Brains on Trial With Alan Alda: Deciding Punishment (Conclusion) How neuroscience is influencing the sentencing of defendants— especially young defendants. 10:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Europe (3 of 6) Fly with the birds over Venice, Rome, the Rock of Gibraltar, the Loire Valley and Edinburgh. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Latino Americans: Foreigners in Their Own Land/Empire of Dreams (p. 5) 3:00 Frontline: Egypt in Crisis 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

19 Thursday Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Al Large takes action to save his father’s restaurant from financial ruin. 9:00 Stay Tuned Live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) 10:00 Last Tango in Halifax (2 of 6) Gillian’s son is arrested for assaulting his mother’s young lover. (p. 6) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Europe (3 of 6) 2:00 Nova: Why Ships Sink 3:00 Brains on Trial With Alan Alda: Deciding Punishment (Conclusion) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

20 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Charlie Rose—The Week 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Eternity Ring Foyle learns that his former driver, Sam, has been working for one of the possible suspects.

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8:00 Death in Paradise A plantation owner is discovered with a machete in his back. 9:00 Movie: Wait Until Dark (1967) A blind woman (Audrey Hepburn) becomes the victim of three thugs trying to find missing heroin. Alan Arkin, Richard Crenna. (1 hr, 49 min) 11:00 Movie: The Birdcage (1996) Robin Williams stars as a gay cabaret owner who, along with his partner (Nathan Lane), goes to great lengths to impress the parents of his son’s fiancee. (1 hr, 51 min)

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

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Movie: Fiddler on the Roof (1971) (3 hrs, 1 min) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Morning

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 10:00 New Scandinavian Cooking 10:30 Cooking With Julie Taboulie 11:00 Chef John Besh’s Family Table 11:30 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

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

Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Butternut squash gratin. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Parmesan-crusted asparagus. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Grilled beef satay. 1:30 Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking 2:00 Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo Wine label designers; organic winemaking. 2:30 Cooking With Nick Stellino Pasta with sausage and butternut squash. 3:00 Landscapes Through Time With David Dunlop The majestic white cliffs of Normandy. 3:30 Ketchup: King of Condiments Lighthearted history of ketchup. 4:00 Start Up A paraglider in Pittsburgh, clothing retailers in Chicago and a vegetable grower in Indianapolis. (p. 10) 4:30 Woodsmith Shop Faster, safer and more accurate. 5:00 Hometime Finishing the cabinets and countertops. 5:30 Ask This Old House Installing a ceiling fan and water softener. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 This Old House Plastic drywells to prevent flooding.

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow A 1932 original Dick Tracy comic strip.

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Evening

9:30 Winston Churchill’s Epic Iron Curtain Speech: History Alive Today  The story of how Great Britain’s prime minister came to deliver his most famous speech in Fulton, Missouri. 10:00 Churchill: Destiny (1 of 3) Follow Churchill’s journey from young Conservative star to leading liberal social reformer. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

September

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Latino Americans Actor Benjamin Bratt (pictured) illuminates the contributions of Latinos who have helped shape North America and have become the largest minority group in the U.S. This three-part series features interviews with Rita Moreno, Gloria Estefan and more. Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m. beginning September 17 Repeats Thursdays, 1:00 a.m. beginning September 19 and Mondays, 2:30 a.m. beginning September 23

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Travelscope Religion & Ethics Newsweekly Donnybrook (9) The McLaughlin Group

Afternoon

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts  The restoration of two, 500-year-old paintings, followed over several years at the Saint Louis Art Museum. (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts (9) 2:00 The Hollow Crown: Richard II Henry Bolingbroke (Rory Kinnear) usurps the throne from Richard II (Ben Whishaw). 5:00 Lark Rise to Candleford The town is gossiping about Mrs. Macey, whose husband has escaped from jail. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 A Chef’s Life Coconut cornbread strawberry shortcake. (p. 18)

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The Hollow Crown This ambitious four-part miniseries compiles four of Shakespeare’s plays— Richard II, Henry IV, Parts I & II, and Henry V—into a single chronological narrative. The all-star cast includes Jeremy Irons, Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) (pictured with Joe Armstrong), Patrick Stewart, Julie Walters, John Hurt and David Suchet (Poirot).

Evening

7:00 Last Tango in Halifax (3 of 6) Celia and Alan decide to wed in an eerie medieval hall. (p. 6) 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Cage Foyle discovers a mysterious military facility that could threaten British intelligence. 9:30 The Bletchley Circle (2 of 3) The pursuit of the killer becomes dangerous for the women. 10:30 P.O.V.: 5 Broken Cameras Oscar-nominated firsthand account of life and nonviolent resistance in a West Bank village where Israel is building a security fence.

Late Night

12:00 Infinity Hall Live: The Bacon Brothers 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Latino Americans: Foreigners in Their Own Land/Empire of Dreams (p. 5) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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24 Tuesday Evening

7:00 Latino Americans: War and Peace/ The New Latinos Latino Americans serve their country in World War II, yet still face discrimination at home; after the war, swelling numbers of immigrants from Puerto Rico, Cuba and the Dominican Republic seek economic opportunities. (p. 5) 9:00 Frontline: Life and Death in Assisted Living  Fatal lapses in care and quest for profits at the country’s largest senior care company. 10:00 Globe Trekker The artwork at the Prado in Madrid and the Roman aqueducts of Segovia. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

7:00 Living St. Louis (9) 7:30 British Antiques Roadshow 8:00 Antiques Roadshow A look at Delft tiles through the centuries. 9:00 Genealogy Roadshow New series. Follow participants on a journey that combines history and science to verify family lore. Tonight: Nashville. 10:00 Secrets of Highclere Castle Find out what life is like in the fairytale castle that is the setting for Downton Abbey. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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Late Night

Late Night

Tavis Smiley Antiques Roadshow Genealogy Roadshow Secrets of Highclere Castle Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

25 Wednesday

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Tavis Smiley Last Tango in Halifax (3 of 6) (p. 6) Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Cage The Bletchley Circle (2 of 3) Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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7:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: South America (4 of 6) View South America through the eyes of condors, macaws, petrels, hummingbirds and vultures.

8:00 Nova: Secrets of the Viking Sword How Viking sword makers designed and built the ultimate weapon of their era— the feared Ulfberht sword. 9:00 Skeletons of the Sahara Travel to the Sahara with scientist Paul Sereno to excavate an ancient human cemetery. 10:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: South America (4 of 6) Petrels in Patagonia shadow killer whales; hummingbirds feed at Iguassu Falls. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Latino Americans: War and Peace/ The New Latinos (p. 5) 3:00 Frontline: Life and Death in Assisted Living 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

26 Thursday Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Martin offends the local vicar just three hours before his and Louisa’s wedding. 9:00 Stay Tuned Live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) 10:00 Last Tango in Halifax (3 of 6) A storm during the marriage ceremony leaves Celia and Alan locked inside an ancient hall. (p. 6) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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27 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Charlie Rose—The Week 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Cage Sam’s jumbled efforts to help her husband campaign for Parliament draw surprising results. 9:30 Great Romances of the 20th Century: Laurence Olivier & Vivien Leigh 10:00 Churchill: The Lion’s Roar (2 of 3) The important relationship between Churchill and President Roosevelt. 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

28 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 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 10:00 For Your Home 10:30 Cooking With Julie Taboulie 11:00 American Graduate Day An all-day broadcast and national collaboration dedicated to engage our country around the dropout crisis. Each half hour will feature national and local segments about keeping kids on track and in school. (p. 5)

Afternoon

6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 This Old House Wall-mounted lavatory faucets.

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow Rare Stickley music cabinet designed by Harvey Ellis. 8:00 Death in Paradise Poole suspects murder in the death of a young novice nun.

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9:00 Movie: The Sand Pebbles (1966) A naval engineer (Steve McQueen) who works better with machines than people struggles with relationships on the USS San Pablo. (2 hrs, 59 min)

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2:30 Latino Americans: War and Peace/ The New Latinos (p. 5) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

30 Monday

Late Night

Movie: Wait Until Dark (1967) (1 hr, 49 min) Movie: The Sunshine Boys (1975) (1 hr, 51 min) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Evening

7:00 Living St. Louis (9) 7:30 British Antiques Roadshow 8:00 Antiques Roadshow A 1963 poster for a Joan Baez/Bob Dylan concert. 9:00 Genealogy Roadshow Family lore in Detroit.

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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 Travelscope 10:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 11:00 Donnybrook (9) 11:30 The McLaughlin Group

Afternoon

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts  St. Louis Art Works helps teens learn the business of art. (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts (9) 2:00 The Hollow Crown: Henry IV, Part 1 Prince Hal joins his father, King Henry, to defeat rebels at the Battle of Shrewsbury. 4:30 Invisible Women: Forgotten Artists of Florence Masterful paintings by female artists seldom seen by the general public. 5:00 Lark Rise to Candleford Friends of Old Amos are afraid his fiancee is just marrying him for his money. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 A Chef’s Life Southern grits four ways. (p. 18)

Courtesy of David Bean

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: South America ( 4 of 6) 2:00 Nova: Secrets of the Viking Sword 3:00 Skeletons of the Sahara 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

September

Genealogy Roadshow In this new, four-part series, experts in genealogy, history and DNA dig up the family trees of participants from Nashville, Austin, Detroit and San Francisco who want to explore unverified genealogical claims passed down through family history.

Evening

7:00 Last Tango in Halifax (4 of 6) The police search for Celia and Alan, who are locked inside the hall. (p. 6) 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: Sunflower Foyle is tasked with protecting a Nazi officer turned MI5 informant. 9:30 The Bletchley Circle (Conclusion) See where the killer’s obsession with Susan—and her determination to find him—leads. 10:30 P.O.V.: Best Kept Secret A public school for severely autistic minority boys and their options for independent living.

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Late Night

Infinity Hall Live: Rubblebucket GED Connection GED Connection GED Connection

Mondays, 9:00 p.m. beginning September 23 Repeats Wednesdays, 2:00 a.m. beginning September 25

10:00 Secrets of Althorp: The Spencers Take a tour of Althorp with Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer, brother of Princess Diana. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Last Tango in Halifax (4 of 6) (p. 6) 2:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: Sunflower 3:30 The Bletchley Circle (Conclusion) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Scripture of Nature (1851–1890)

The Queen’s Palaces: Buckingham Palace

Nature: The Private Life of Deer

The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Last Refuge (1890–1915)

Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation:

The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Empire of Grandeur (1915–1919)

Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: North America

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The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: Going Home (1920–1933)

Expeditions With Patrick McMillan

Washington Week

Charlie Rose— The Week

The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: Great Nature (1933–1945)

Nature: The Private Life of Deer

Before There Were Parks

Katmai: Alaska’s Wild Peninsula

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The National Parks: America’s Best Idea: The Morning of Creation (1946–1980)

Movie: Fiddler on the Roof

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Last Tango in Halifax

Masterpiece Mystery!: Silk

P.O.V.: Neurotypical

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Living St. Louis

British Antiques Roadshow

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American Masters: Billie Jean King

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Antiques Roadshow

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The Queen’s Palaces: Windsor Castle

Frontline: The Suicide Plan

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Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation:

Nova: Ground Zero Skyscraper

Brains on Trial With Alan Alda: Determining Guilt

Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Africa

Donnybrook

Donnybrook… Your Turn

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Last Tango in Halifax

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Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Russian House

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Antiques Roadshow

Death in Paradise

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Last Tango in Halifax

Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Eternity Ring

American Graduate Community Town Hall

Antiques Roadshow

Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: Killing Time

Movie: The Birdcage The Bletchley Circle

P.O.V.: The Law in These Parts

Antiques Roadshow

The Queen’s Palaces: Palace of Holyroodhouse

Latino Americans: Foreigners in Their Own Land/Empire of Dreams

Frontline: Egypt in Crisis

Globe Trekker

Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation:

Nova: Why Ships Sink

Brains on Trial With Alan Alda: Deciding Punishment

Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Europe

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Donnybrook… Your Turn

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Last Tango in Halifax

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Washington Week

Charlie Rose— The Week

Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Eternity Ring

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Latino Americans: War and Peace/The New Latinos

Frontline: Life and Death in Assisted Living

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Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation:

Nova: Secrets of the Viking Sword

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Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: South America

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Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The Cage

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8:00 Raggs

8:30 Betsy’s Kindergarten Adventures

9:00 Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps

9:30 Nanalan

Tune in to Nine World for documentary, news and non-fiction programming including Frontline, Independent Lens, Nova and, in September, 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.

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Voces on PBS This five-part series showcases Latino artists, athletes and performers who reflect their culture while defying all expectations. From the housing projects of Brooklyn to a Mexican wrestling ring, from the ranches of California to the crumbling beauty of Castro’s Cuba, the programs shine a light on the unexpected.

10:00 Dragonfly TV 10:30 Biz Kids 11:00 Thomas & Friends 11:30 Caillou

Friday, September 20 at 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m. and midnight; Saturday, September 21 at 1:00 a.m., 7:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.; Wednesday – Friday, September 25 – 27 at 4:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.; Monday, September 30 at 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.; and Tuesday, October 1 at 1:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

1:00 The Berenstain Bears

1:30 Maya & Miguel

2:00 Raggs

2:30 Betsy’s Kindergarten Adventures

3:00 Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps

3:30 Nanalan

4:00 Dragonfly TV

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

10:00 Dragonfly TV 10:30 Biz Kids 11:00 Thomas & Friends

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Naturally Obsessed: The Making of a Scientist Mixing humor and heartbreak, this special delves into the lab of charismatic professor Dr. Lawrence Shapiro, who heads the Columbia University Medical Center’s Molecular Biology laboratory. Shot over three years, it follows three irrepressible graduate students as they pursue a Ph.D. and race to publish their scientific findings. Their challenge: to decipher the structure and mechanism of a tiny protein that controls the burning and storage of fat. Thursday, September 12 at 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.; Friday, September 13 at 1:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.; Saturday, September 14 at 4:00 a.m.; Sunday, September 15 at 10:00 a.m.; and Thursday, September 19 at 4:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

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12:00 Anne of Green Gables:The Animated Series

11:30 Caillou 12:30 Peep and the Big Wide World

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12:00 Anne of Green Gables:The Animated Series

1:00 The Berenstain Bears

1:30 Maya & Miguel

2:00 Raggs

2:30 Betsy’s Kindergarten Adventures

3:00 Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps

3:30 Nanalan

4:00 Dragonfly TV

4:30 Biz Kids

These programs are available daily on channel 9.2 nineNet.org

Saturday Marathons on September 7

Martha Bakes

September 14

In the Salad Bowl

September 21

Wheatless Weekend

September 28

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5:00 AM

Sewing With Nancy

Knit and Crochet Today

Quilting Arts

Sewing With

Quilting Arts

Knit and Crochet Today

5:30

Scheewe Art Workshop

Paint This With Jerry Yarnell

The Best of the Joy of Painting

Scheewe Art Workshop

The Best of the Joy of Painting

Paint This With Jerry Yarnell

6:00

Pati’s Mexican Table

Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen (ends 9/23) Taste of Louisiana With Chef John Folse (begins 9/30)

Coastal Cooking With John Shields (ends 9/3) Taste This! (begins 9/10)

Pati’s Mexican Table

Coastal Cooking With John Shields (ends 9/5) Taste This! (begins 9/12)

Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen (ends 9/27) Taste of Louisiana With Chef John Folse (begins 10/4)

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Cooking With Julie Taboulie

Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen

P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table

Cooking With Julie Taboulie

P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table

Barbecue University With Steven Raichlen

Ciao Italia

New Scandinavian Cooking (ends 9/17) The Jazzy Vegetarian (begins 9/24)

Clodagh’s Irish Food Trails

New Scandinavian Cooking (ends 9/12) The Jazzy Vegetarian (begins 9/19)

Ciao Italia

Nick Stellino Cooking With Friends

Christina

Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu

Christina

Nick Stellino Cooking With Friends

Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa

Wild Photo Adventures

Smart Travels— Europe With Rudy Maxa

Travel With Kids

In the Americas With David Yetman

Travel With Kids

7:00 Clodagh’s Irish Food Trails

7:30

Healthful Indian Flavors With Alamelu

8:00

Wild Photo Adventures Globe Trekker

Globe Trekker

8:30

In the Americas With David Yetman

9:00

Ask This Old House

This Old House

Hometime

Ask This Old House

Hometime

This Old House

9:30

The Woodwright’s Shop

American Woodshop

Woodsmith Shop

The Woodwright’s Shop

Woodsmith Shop

American Woodshop

10:00

Growing a Greener World

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

The Victory Garden

GardenSMART

The Victory Garden

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

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

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

5:30

Hometime

Ask This Old House

Hometime

This Old House

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Simply Ming

Martha Stewart’s Cooking School (ends 9/4) Martha Bakes (begins 9/5)

6:00

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class (ends 9/15) Mexico­— One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless (begins 9/22)

Simply Ming

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class (ends 9/11) Mexico—One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless (begins 9/18)

6:30

Baking With Julia

Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way

Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Baking With Julia

Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way

7:00

Essential Pepin

Lidia’s Italy in America

Essential Pepin

Lidia’s Italy in America

Essential Pepin

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

Chef John Besh’s New Orleans

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence

Chef John Besh’s New Orleans

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence

Chef John Besh’s New Orleans

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence

Hometime

This Old House

8:30 9:00

Martha Stewart’s Cooking School (ends 9/4) Martha Bakes (begins 9/5) Ask This Old House

This Old House

Hometime

Ask This Old House

Rick Steves’ Europe

9:30 10:00

Rudy Maxa’s World

Travelscope

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Rudy Maxa’s World

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

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class (ends 9/15) Mexico—One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless (begins 9/22)

Simply Ming

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class (ends 9/11) Mexico—One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless (begins 9/18)

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Simply Ming

12:00

Pati’s Mexican Table

Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen (ends 9/23) Taste of Louisiana With Chef John Folse (begins 9/30)

Coastal Cooking With John Shields

Pati’s Mexican Table

Coastal Cooking With John Shields

Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen

12:30

Rick Steves’ Europe

1:00– 4:30

Repeat of 7:00 p.m.–10:30 p.m. programming

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5:00

Rick Steves’ Europe

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Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa

6:00

BBC World News

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Clifford’s Puppy Days (ends 10/4) Arthur (begins 10/7)

7:00

Curious George (preempted 10/28, 31) Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest (10/28, 31)

7:30

The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! (preempted 10/28, 31)

8:00

Super WHY! (ends 10/4) Peg + Cat (begins 10/7)

8:30

Dinosaur Train (preempted 10/7) Peg + Cat (10/7)

9:00

Sesame Street

10:00

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

10:30

Sid the Science Kid (ends 10/4) Super WHY! (begins 10/7)

7:00 Latino Americans: Prejudice and Pride/ Peril and Promise The proud “Chicano” identity and growing Latino activism; growing influence on American culture and the debate over undocumented immigrants. 9:00 Frontline 10:00 Globe Trekker The Aztecs, conquistadors and revolutions in Mexico. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

11:00

Word World (ends 10/4) Sid the Science Kid (begins 10/7)

11:30

Barney & Friends (ends 10/4) Thomas & Friends (begins 10/7)

12:00

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friday

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

Martha Speaks (ends 10/4) Barney & Friends (begins 10/7)

12:30

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

Angelina Ballerina the Next Steps (ends 10/1) Caillou (begins 10/8)

1:00

Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo

America’s Test Kitchen

Thomas & Friends (ends 10/2) Caillou (begins 10/9)

Caillou

Bob the Builder (ends 10/4) Caillou (begins 10/11)

For Your Home

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

Beauty of Oil Painting With Gary and Kathwren Jenkins

1:30

Charlie Rose

2:30

Clifford the Big Red Dog

3:00

Cyberchase (ends 10/4) Clifford’s Puppy Days (begins 10/7)

3:30

WordGirl (ends 10/4) Martha Speaks (begins 10/7)

4:00

Wild Kratts (ends 10/4) WordGirl (begins 10/7)

4:30

The Electric Company (ends 10/4) Wild Kratts (begins 10/7)

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Arthur

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Nightly Business Report

6:00

PBS NewsHour

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Tavis Smiley Antiques Roadshow Genealogy Roadshow Secrets of Althorp—The Spencers Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

2 Wednesday Evening

7:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Asia and Australia (5 of 6) Japanese cranes dance in the snow; swallows and swifts visit the Forbidden City. 8:00 Nova: Inside the Megastorm Gain insight into Hurricane Sandy, its impact and the future of storm protection. 9:00 Quest for the Lost Maya Archaeological evidence of a previously unknown Mayan society in the Yucatan Peninsula of southern Mexico. 10:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Asia and Australia (5 of 6) Giant flocks gather in Australia; geese fly miles above the Himalayas.

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11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Latino Americans: Prejudice and Pride/ Peril and Promise 3:00 Frontline 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Nova: Inside the Megastorm Quest for the Lost Maya Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

4 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Charlie Rose—The Week 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: Sunflower America and Britain struggle over extradition of a Nazi officer turned MI5 informant. 9:30 Great Romances of the 20th Century: Richard Burton & Elizabeth Taylor 10:00 Churchill: The Last Prize (Conclusion) Churchill’s departure from and return to political life. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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Evening

7:00 DonnyBash The panelists have this week’s discussion before a live audience at The Sheldon. (9)

Late Night

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

Peg + Cat Set against a graph paper background, this new animated series follows spirited Peg and her sidekick, Cat, as they discover the usefulness of math skills on their adventures to places like distant planets, pirate islands and ancient worlds. Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m. beginning October 7; Saturdays and Sundays, 7:00 a.m. beginning October 12

8:00 Doc Martin After Martin calls off the wedding, Louisa leaves the village and Martin begins to question why he stays. 9:00 Stay Tuned Live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) 10:00 Last Tango in Halifax (4 of 6) Fears for their parents help forge a bond between Caroline and Gillian. (p. 6) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Asia and Australia (5 of 6)

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4:30 Woodsmith Shop Classic sideboard with tapered legs. 5:00 Hometime Installing kitchen lights and appliances. 5:30 Ask This Old House Installing a toilet; patching a lawn. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 This Old House Finishing the Scandinavian modern interior.

Evening

7:00 Elton John in Concert Elton John’s greatest hits plus songs from his newest CD, Diving Board, are included in this concert shot in London on September 11. (PB) 8:30 Great Romances of the 20th Century: Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall 9:00 Movie: Raising Arizona (1987) Quirky Coen brothers comedy with Nicholas Cage and Holly Hunter as a childless couple who kidnap and misplace a baby. (1 hr, 32 min) 10:30 Movie: Splendor in the Grass (1961) Natalie Wood and Warren Beatty star as teens whose unfulfilled desires ruin their love and lives. (2 hrs, 4 min)

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

Late Night

Movie: Smash-Up, the Story of a Woman (1947) (1 hr, 43 min) Movie: My Dear Secretary (1948) (1 hr, 34 min) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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 10:00 For Your Home 10:30 Cooking With Julie Taboulie 11:00 Chef John Besh’s Family Table 11:30 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Creating a festive dinner table. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Brisket; roasted salt-and-vinegar potatoes. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Indian flatbread; Indian-style spinach. 1:30 Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking 2:00 Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo Eggplant caponata; risotto; Sicilian sweets. 2:30 Cooking With Nick Stellino Seafood made simple. 3:00 Landscapes Through Time With David Dunlop American Impressionists. 3:30 Living St. Louis (9) 4:00 Start Up A Brooklyn B&B, dulce de leche from Pittsburgh and indoor biking in Milwaukee. (p. 10)

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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 Travelscope 10:30 DonnyBash (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 (9) 2:00 The Hollow Crown: Henry IV, Part 2 As Hal (Tom Hiddleston) is crowned the new king, Falstaff has expectations of high office, but is rebuffed. 4:30 Great Romances of the 20th Century: Howard Hughes & Ava Gardner 5:00 Lark Rise to Candleford (4 of 10) A strange man arrives in town looking for his estranged daughters. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 A Chef’s Life Using the whole animal, with no waste. (p. 18)

Evening

7:00 Last Tango in Halifax (5 of 6) Caroline’s new relationship causes a string of events. (p. 6)

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Did the National Football League hide evidence that playing football caused early onset dementia, catastrophic brain damage, death and other devastating consequences for some of the sport’s all-time greats? Frontline joins prize-winning journalists Steve Fainaru and Mark Fainaru-Wada of ESPN to investigate in this two-part documentary. Tuesday, October 8 and 15, 9:00 p.m. Repeats Thursday, October 10 and 17, 3:00 a.m.

8:00 Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise (1 of 8) Adaptation of Emile Zola’s rags to riches story of a young woman seduced by the dangerous charms of the modern world. Tonight: Denise Lovett seeks a position as a salesgirl at The Paradise department store. Joanna Vanderham and Sarah Lancashire (Last Tango in Halifax) star. 10:00 Independent Lens: Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey How Filipino Arnel Pineda was discovered on YouTube and chosen by the rock band Journey as their frontman. 11:30 Independent Lens: Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey The program that just aired is repeated.

Late Night

1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Latino Americans: Prejudice and Pride/ Peril and Promise 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

7 Monday Evening

7:00 Living St. Louis (9) 7:30 British Antiques Roadshow 8:00 Antiques Roadshow A visit to the American Clock and Watch Museum in Bristol, Connecticut.

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10:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Flying High (Conclusion) See how paragliders, drones and camera-carrying birds helped make this series. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 In Performance at the White House: Musica Latina 2:00 Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle: Truth, Justice and the American Way (1938–1958) (1 of 3) 3:00 Frontline: League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis (1 of 2) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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

Late Night

Tavis Smiley Last Tango in Halifax (5 of 6) (p. 6) Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise (1 of 8) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

8 Tuesday

Late Night

Evening

7:00 In Performance at the White House: Musica Latina Join President and Michelle Obama for a concert in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, featuring Marc Anthony, Gloria Estefan, Jose Feliciano, Los Lobos and others. 8:00 Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle: Truth, Justice and the American Way (1938–1958) (1 of 3) The first documentary miniseries to trace the development of comic book heroes and their powerful legacy. Tonight: the fortunes of superheroes from the Depression through Superman’s television debut. 9:00 Frontline: League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis (1 of 2) Uncover the hidden story of the NFL and brain injuries. 10:00 Globe Trekker Brianna travels to Peru, home of the legendary Incas. 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 Genealogy Roadshow Great Plains: America’s Lingering Wild (1 of 2) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

9 Wednesday Evening

7:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Flying High (Conclusion) Behind-the-scenes look at how Earthflight was made. 8:00 Nova: Megastorm Aftermath One year after Hurricane Sandy, Nova offers a fresh investigation of the critical questions raised by this historic storm. 9:00 Interfaith Memorial in Music The third annual celebration of the world’s religions features sacred music from Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Mormon and Christian traditions. (9) (p. 14)

10 Thursday Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Louisa is pregnant, but doesn’t want Martin to be involved. 9:00 Stay Tuned (9) Live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) 10:00 Last Tango in Halifax (5 of 6) Caroline tells John that the “someone” she is seeing is a woman. (p. 6) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Flying High (Conclusion) 2:00 Nova: Megastorm Aftermath 3:00 Interfaith Memorial in Music (9) (p. 14) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

11 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Charlie Rose—The Week 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The German Woman (1 of 2) A beautiful Austrian woman is found murdered with a swastika painted on a nearby tree. 9:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The German Woman (Conclusion) Foyle realizes the seemingly peaceful Sussex town harbors any number of suspects. 10:00 Battle of Britain: The Real Story A fresh analysis of the Battle of Britain examines the ways in which both Germany and Britain used their resources. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

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

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Frontline: League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis

9:00 Genealogy Roadshow Exploring family trees in San Francisco. 10:00 Great Plains: America’s Lingering Wild (1 of 2) Documentary that examines the remaining “wildness” in the states that compose the Great Plains. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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

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5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30

Rick Steves’ Europe Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Super WHY! Thomas & Friends Classical Stretch For Your Home Cooking With Julie Taboulie Chef John Besh’s Family Table Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table How to start tomato plants early. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Slow-cooker minestrone. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Turkey burgers; tasting of cheddar cheese. 1:30 Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking 2:00 Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo Funghi bruschetta. 2:30 Cooking With Nick Stellino Butternut squash soup; pea soup. 3:00 Landscapes Through Time With David Dunlop Evolution of the paintings of George Inness. 3:30 Living St. Louis (9) 4:00 Start Up (p. 10) 4:30 Woodsmith Shop Wide-screen TV cabinet. 5:00 Hometime Pre-built walls. 5:30 Ask This Old House Replacing an old door. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 This Old House The experts focus on New Jersey shore restorations after Hurricane Sandy.

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow A rare pre-WWI German toy wagon. 8:00 Death in Paradise One member of a group of pirate treasure hunters is brutally murdered. 9:00 Movie: East of Eden (1955) Two brothers vie for their father’s love. From John Steinbeck’s novel. James Dean, Julie Harris, Raymond Massey. (1 hr, 55 min) 11:00 Movie: Raising Arizona (1987) Nicolas Cage, Holly Hunter and John Goodman star as inept baby kidnappers in this Coen brothers comedy. (1 hr, 32 min)

2:30 4:00 4:30

Movie: His Girl Friday (1940) (1 hr, 32 min) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

13 Sunday Morning

5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30

Rick Steves’ Europe Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Super WHY! Sid the Science Kid Bob the Builder Travelscope Religion & Ethics Newsweekly Donnybrook (9) The McLaughlin Group

Living St. Louis Special: The Planets In 1914, the solar system was known to have seven planets (not including Earth), so that’s the number of movements in Gustav Holst’s famous composition, The Planets. Leonard Slatkin (pictured) conducts the St. Louis Symphony’s January 2013 performance, and talks about it in an interview.

Afternoon

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts (9) 2:00 The Hollow Crown: Henry V England prepares for war and Henry rallies his forces for battle at Agincourt. 4:30 Great Romances of the 20th Century: Orson Welles & Rita Hayworth 5:00 Lark Rise to Candleford (5 of 10) In a surprise visit, the post office inspector unearths irregularities in the way Dorcas runs the post office. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 A Chef’s Life The ultimate tomato sandwich. (p. 18)

Evening

7:00 Last Tango in Halifax (Conclusion) Family disputes and a medical crisis affect the wedding plans. (p. 6) 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise (2 of 8) The reputation of The Paradise is at stake, and Denise decides to help discover the truth behind the scandal. 9:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (1 of 7) As the second season begins, it is two years into World War I, and Downton Abbey is in turmoil as Matthew and other young men go to war—or avoid it. 11:00 P.O.V.: Ping Pong Follow eight elderly players from as far away as Great Britain, Germany and the U.S. as they compete in the Over 80 World Table Tennis Championships in China’s Inner Mongolia.

Late Night

12:00 P.O.V.: The World Before Her 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Independent Lens: Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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12:30 Movie: Penny Serenade (1941) (1 hr, 57 min)

Monday, October 14, 7:00 p.m. Repeats Saturday, October 19, 3:00 p.m.

14 Monday Evening

7:00 Living St. Louis Special: The Planets The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra performs Gustav Holst’s The Planets. (9) 8:00 Antiques Roadshow Vintage jewelry by 20th-century designer Suzanne Belperron. 9:00 Genealogy Roadshow Tracing family history in Austin. 10:00 Great Plains: America’s Lingering Wild (Conclusion) See the geographic expanse and diverse beauty that mark the Great Plains. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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Tavis Smiley Last Tango in Halifax (Conclusion) (p. 6) Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise (2 of 8) Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (1 of 7)

15 Tuesday Evening

7:00 Pioneers of Television: Superheroes Decades of superheroes, from Superman in the 1950s to The Greatest American Hero in the 1980s.

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Tavis Smiley Antiques Roadshow Genealogy Roadshow Great Plains: America’s Lingering Wild (Conclusion) Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

16 Wednesday Evening

7:00 Nature: Saving Otter 501 For decades, marine biologists have worked unceasingly to bring sea otters back from the brink of extinction. 8:00 Nova: Making Stuff Wilder In a new series of Making Stuff episodes, David Pogue explores how technology makes materials “more.” 9:00 Raw to Ready: Bentley This four-part series ventures inside America’s factories to marvel at the versatility of basic materials—such as rayon fiber—which can be both delicate enough for lingerie and used to assemble jets. 10:00 Nature: Saving Otter 501 The story of the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s 501st attempt to save an orphan otter. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Pioneers of Television: Superheroes 2:00 Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle: Great Power, Great Responsibility (1959–1977) (2 of 3) 3:00 Frontline: League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis (Conclusion) 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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

Late Night

Tavis Smiley Nature: Saving Otter 501 Nova: Making Stuff Wilder Raw to Ready: Bentley Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Al Large goes to lengths to convince Pauline he is good enough for her.

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7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Charlie Rose—The Week 8:00 Inside Foyle’s War Go behind the scenes into the world of the stylish, World War II-era mystery series. 9:00 Great Performances’ 40th Anniversary Celebration Julie Andrews, Peter Martins and more join this all-star homecoming on the stage at Lincoln Center. (p. 8) 10:30 Great Romances of the 20th Century: Orson Welles & Rita Hayworth 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

7:00 Antiques Roadshow A watercolor signed by film legend Katharine Hepburn. 8:00 Death in Paradise A singer on a party boat collapses while on stage, having been poisoned. 9:00 Movie: Separate Tables (1958) Life at a lonely resort hotel picks up when a beautiful woman (Rita Hayworth) arrives to visit her ex-husband (Burt Lancaster). Deborah Kerr, David Niven, Rod Taylor. (1 hr, 39 min)

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

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5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30

Rick Steves’ Europe Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Super WHY! Thomas & Friends Classical Stretch For Your Home Martha Bakes Chef John Besh’s Family Table Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Afternoon

17 Thursday

2:00 Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo Truffles and eggs. 2:30 Cooking With Nick Stellino Steak with vodka martini sauce. 3:00 Living St. Louis Special: The Planets A performance of Gustav Holst’s The Planets and an interview with conductor Leonard Slatkin. (9) 4:00 Start Up (p. 10) 4:30 Woodsmith Shop Craftsman bookcase. 5:00 Hometime Integrating dormers into the roof’s design. 5:30 Ask This Old House A leaky toilet with worn-out flange. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 This Old House Two houses are going up and one’s coming down.

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Downsizing recipes to serve two. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Tasting of ice cream cones. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Vegetarian chili and stew. 1:30 Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking

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9:00 Stay Tuned Live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) 10:00 Last Tango in Halifax  (Conclusion) Celia is very rude to Kate, but later apologizes. (p. 6) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

October

8:00 Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle: Great Power, Great Responsibility (1959–1977) (2 of 3) Spider-Man, the Hulk and others are the first to have “problems” with which an adult audience can identify, and contemporary social issues make their way into comic books. 9:00 Frontline: League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis (Conclusion) Details of how the league denied and worked to refute scientific evidence that the violent collisions of the game are linked to long-term brain injuries. 10:00 Globe Trekker Night life in Acapulco and the annual surfing festival in Puerto Escondido. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Nature: Saving Otter 501 In secret roof tanks atop the Monterey Bay Aquarium, marine biologists attempt to save orphaned otter pups and teach them everything they need to know to live in the wild. Meet the beneficiary of their 501st attempt, a newborn found crying on the beach. Wednesday, October 16, 7:00 p.m. Repeats Wednesday, October 16, 10:00 p.m. and Friday, October 18, 1:00 a.m.

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Rick Steves’ Europe Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Super WHY! Sid the Science Kid Bob the Builder Travelscope Religion & Ethics Newsweekly Donnybrook (9) The McLaughlin Group

Afternoon

12:00 Moyers & Company 1:00 Sunday Arts (9) 1:30 Living St. Louis: Best of the Arts (9) 2:00 Great Performances’ 40th Anniversary Celebration Julie Andrews, Audra McDonald, Josh Groban, Itzhak Perlman and more celebrate the series. (p. 8) 3:30 Emeli Sande: Live at the Royal Albert Hall Enjoy the electrifying voice of the Scottish singer/songwriter in this concert special. 4:15 Alfie Boe: Storyteller at the Royal Albert Hall The Tony Award-winner performs a wide variety of selections from his repertoire. 5:00 Lark Rise to Candleford (6 of 10) Robert gives a homeless family shelter for the night, but they leave their little daughter behind. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 A Chef’s Life Vivian visits an oyster farm and hosts an oyster roast. (p. 18)

Evening

7:00 Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace Through the rooms of Hampton Court, trace King Henry VIII’s decline from fit young warrior to bloated womanizer. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise (3 of 8) A baby found in ladies’ wear is used to increase sales, and Denise comes up with an idea for the children’s department. 9:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (2 of 7) The manor is turned into a convalescent home with Thomas in charge. 10:00 P.O.V.: Brooklyn Castle The story of five aspiring young chess players from a Brooklyn public school that serves mostly minority students from families living below the poverty line.

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10:40 Movie: East of Eden (1955) James Dean’s first starring role; Jo Van Fleet won an Oscar for the role of his mother. (1 hr, 55 min)

Emeli Sande: Live at the Royal Albert Hall The Scottish singer and songwriter performs her hit singles, including “Daddy,” “My Kind of Love,” “Heaven,” “Beneath Your Beautiful” and “Next to Me,” in this concert filmed in 2012 at the Royal Albert Hall. Sunday, October 20, 3:30 p.m. 11:30 Key West: Bohemia in the Tropics Trace the development of the island’s reputation in popular culture and how that image has continued to draw millions of visitors.

Late Night

12:00 Infinity Hall Live: Barenaked Ladies 1:00 GED Connection 1:30 GED Connection 2:00 GED Connection 2:30 Great Plains: America’s Lingering Wild (1 of 2) 3:30 Great Plains: America’s Lingering Wild (Conclusion) 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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22 Tuesday Evening

7:00 The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross (1 of 6) Henry Louis Gates Jr. chronicles the full sweep of African-American history, from the origins of slavery on the African continent through more than four centuries of historic events. 8:00 Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle: A Hero Can Be Anyone (1978–Present) (Conclusion) Christopher Reeve’s Superman, Batman becomes the Dark Knight and Watchmen brings new sophistication to comic book narratives. 9:00 Frontline 10:00 Globe Trekker Buenos Aires city guide. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

7:00 Living St. Louis (9) 7:30 British Antiques Roadshow 8:00 Antiques Roadshow A 1940s mobile by Alexander Calder. 9:00 Antiques Roadshow Correspondence from Winston Churchill. 10:00 Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace Go beneath the brick and stone of the palace to uncover an abundance of art and stories that bring Hampton Court alive. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Evening

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Late Night

Tavis Smiley Antiques Roadshow Antiques Roadshow Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

23 Wednesday 7:00 Nature: Animal Odd Couples Cross-species relationships and what they suggest about animal emotions. 8:00 Nova: Making Stuff Faster David Pogue goes to unexpected places to try to find out if there are physical limits to how fast we can go. 9:00 Raw to Ready: Komat’su

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24 Thursday Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Doc is shocked to learn Louisa has again applied to be head teacher. 9:00 Stay Tuned Live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) 10:00 Interfaith Memorial in Music Rebroadcast of the ecumenical concert at The Sheldon Concert Hall. (9) (p. 14) 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 Nature: Animal Odd Couples Nova: Making Stuff Faster Raw to Ready: Komat’su Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

25 Friday Evening

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Charlie Rose—The Week 8:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The White Feather (1 of 2) A young girl is arrested on a sabotage charge. 9:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The White Feather (Conclusion) Investigating the case brings Foyle in contact with a group of English Nazi sympathizers. 10:00 Hitler on Trial The story of the young lawyer who put Adolf Hitler in the witness box in an attempt to expose his hypocrisy and commitment to violence. 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

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Rick Steves’ Europe Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Super WHY! Thomas and Friends Classical Stretch For Your Home Martha Bakes Chef John Besh’s Family Table Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00

Rick Steves’ Europe Smart Travels—Europe With Rudy Maxa Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Super WHY! Sid the Science Kid Bob the Builder Travelscope

Afternoon

12:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Decorating inside with clementines. 12:30 Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Cornmeal pancakes; English muffin bread. 1:00 America’s Test Kitchen Chocolate truffles; French apple cake. 1:30 Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking 2:00 Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo Bread and tomato soup; de Medici cookies. 2:30 Cooking With Nick Stellino Flavorful shrimp recipes. 3:00 Landscapes Through Time With David Dunlop The works of John Frederick Kensett. 3:30 Living St. Louis 4:00 Start Up (p. 10) 4:30 Woodsmith Shop The versatile router. 5:00 Hometime Copper and clay in a durable roof system. 5:30 Ask This Old House Hands-free kitchen faucet. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 This Old House A new first floor is framed.

Evening

7:00 Antiques Roadshow A George Ohr vase with a surprising secret. 8:00 Death in Paradise The death of an English tourist initially seems to be a robbery gone wrong, but suspicions turn to her husband and her sister. 9:00 Movie: Strangers on a Train (1951) Alfred Hitchcock directs Farley Granger and Robert Walker as a tennis star and a psychopath whose paths cross. (1 hr, 41 min) 10:45 Movie: Separate Tables (1958) The romantic lives of guests at a seaside resort intersect in this drama that won Oscars for David Niven and Wendy Hiller. (1 hr, 39 min)

12:25 2:30

Late Night

Movie: Splendor in the Grass (1961) (2 hrs, 4 min) Movie: The Bat (1959) (1 hr, 21 min)

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Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross (1 of 6) 2:00 Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle: A Hero Can Be Anyone (1978–Present) (Conclusion) 3:00 Frontline 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

4:00 Movie: The Vampire Bat (1933) (1 hr, 3 min)

The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross In this six-hour series Henry Louis Gates Jr. (pictured) chronicles the full sweep of African-American history, from the origins of slavery on the African continent to the present. Among those interviewed are Kathleen Cleaver, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Rep. John Lewis, civil rights activist Diane Nash and more. Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m. beginning October 22 Repeats Thursdays, 1:00 a.m. beginning October 24

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 (9)

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October

10:00 Nature: Animal Odd Couples Nature explores why animals of one species form special bonds with animals of another species. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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2:00 A Raisin in the Sun Revisited: The Raisin Cycle at Centerstage The backstage challenges of mounting simultaneously two plays based on Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun. (p. 8) 3:00 Interfaith Memorial in Music Performances by soprano Christine Brewer, pianist Peter Martin, violinist David Halen, St. Louis County Police Pipe and Drums, and others. (9) ( p. 14) 4:00 Last Will. & Testament Investigate a great literary mystery: who wrote the works of William Shakespeare? 5:00 Lark Rise to Candleford (7 of 10) Adelaide thinks Tim is spending too much time with Dorcas. 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend (p. 8) 6:30 A Chef’s Life Making wine and pizza with the native muscadine grapes. (p. 18)

P.O.V.: 56 Up Every seven years since 1964, when they were 7 years old, 14 Britons have discussed life with director Michael Apted (Coal Miner’s Daughter). The participants in the original documentary, Seven Up!, are now 56 and, despite individual experiences, the childhood dreamers are facing middle age with aplomb.

Evening

7:00 Secrets of the Tower of London In what used to be a royal castle, prison and armory are secret rooms and 1,000 years of intrigue at the Tower of London. 8:00 Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise (4 of 8) Denise’s appointment as temporary head of ladies’ wear causes jealousy between Denise and Clara. 9:00 Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (3 of 7) Matthew and William embark on a perilous patrol behind German lines. 10:00 P.O.V.: 56 Up The most recent in a documentary series following a group of British 7-year-olds from 1964 to today.

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

Late Night

Infinity Hall Live: Tommy Emmanuel GED Connection GED Connection GED Connection Sandwiches That You Will Like A Hot Dog Program Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

28 Monday Evening

7:00 Living St. Louis (9) 7:30 British Antiques Roadshow 8:00 Antiques Roadshow A rare Qing Dynasty vase. 9:00 Antiques Roadshow A private collection of more than 1,000 marionettes. 10:00 Independent Lens: The Graduates (1 of 2) The roots of the Latino dropout crisis and the ongoing effort to increase graduation rates. (p. 5) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

Sunday, October 27, 10:00 p.m.

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

29 Tuesday Evening

7:00 The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross (2 of 6) Henry Louis Gates Jr. sheds new light on the experience of being African American. 8:00 American Experience: War of the Worlds Examine the elements that created one of the biggest mass hysteria events in U.S. history. (p. 11) 9:00 Frontline 10:00 Globe Trekker Easter Island, Tahiti and Pitcairn Island. 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 Antiques Roadshow Secrets of the Tower of London Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

30 Wednesday Evening

7:00 Nature: Wolverine: Chasing the Phantom Enter the secretive world of the largest and least-known member of the weasel family. 8:00 Nova: Making Stuff Colder Cold has always been the enemy of life, but now it may hold the key to a new generation of science and technology that will improve our lives. 9:00 Raw to Ready: Bombardier

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

Tavis Smiley Secrets of the Tower of London Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise (4 of 8) Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey (3 of 7)

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10:00 Nature: Wolverine: Chasing the Phantom To endure an environment of scarcity, the wolverine is one of the most efficient and resourceful carnivores on Earth. 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

Late Night

12:30 Tavis Smiley 1:00 The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross (2 of 6) 2:00 American Experience: War of the Worlds (p. 11) 3:00 Frontline 4:00 Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations 4:30 Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

31 Thursday Evening

7:00 Donnybrook (9) 7:30 Donnybrook…Your Turn (9) 8:00 Doc Martin Martin has finally conquered his blood phobia and applies for a surgeon’s job in London. 9:00 Stay Tuned Live, social media-enabled discussion. (9) 10:00 American Experience: War of the Worlds This dramatization brings to life the people who listened to Orson Welles’ radio broadcast and thought it was either awfully good fun or the end of the world. (p. 11) 11:00 BBC World News 11:30 Charlie Rose

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

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Tavis Smiley Nature: Wolverine: Chasing the Phantom Nova: Making Stuff Colder Raw to Ready: Bombardier Rare Visions & Roadside Revelations Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

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Quest for the Lost Maya

Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Asia and Australia

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Last Tango in Halifax

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Last Tango in Halifax Living St. Louis

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Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: Sunflower Great Romances of the 20th Century...

Great Romances of the 20th Century...

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Antiques Roadshow

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Churchill: The Last Prize

Movie: Raising Arizona

Movie: Splendor in the Grass

Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise

Independent Lens: Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey Genealogy Roadshow

Great Plains: America’s Lingering Wild

In Performance at the White House:

Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle: Truth, Frontline: League of Denial: Justice and the American Way (1938–1958) The NFL’s Concussion Crisis

Globe Trekker

Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation:

Nova: Megastorm Aftermath

Interfaith Memorial in Music

Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation: Flying High

Donnybrook

Donnybrook… Your Turn

Doc Martin

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Last Tango in Halifax

Washington Week

Charlie Rose— The Week

Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The German Woman

Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The German Woman

Battle of Britain: The Real Story

tues 8 Musica Latina wed 9 Flying High

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Elton John in Concert

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Latino Americans: Prejudice and Pride/Peril and Promise

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Antiques Roadshow

Death in Paradise

Movie: East of Eden

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Last Tango in Halifax

Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey

mon 14

Living St. Louis Special: The Planets

Antiques Roadshow

Genealogy Roadshow

Great Plains: America’s Lingering Wild

tues 15

Pioneers of Television: Superheroes

Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle: Great Power, Great Responsibility (1959–1977)

Frontline: League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis

Globe Trekker

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Nature: Saving Otter 501

Nova: Making Stuff Wilder

Raw to Ready: Bentley

Nature: Saving Otter 501

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Donnybrook

Donnybrook… Your Turn

Doc Martin

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Last Tango in Halifax

Washington Week

Charlie Rose— The Week

Inside Foyle’s War

Great Performances’ 40th Anniversary Celebration

Great Romances of the 20th Century...

Antiques Roadshow

Death in Paradise

Movie: Separate Tables

(10:40) Movie: East of Eden

Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace

Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey

P.O.V.: Brooklyn Castle

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Living St. Louis

Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow

Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace

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African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross

Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle: A Hero Can Be Anyone (1978–Present)

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Globe Trekker

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Nature: Animal Odd Couples

Nova: Making Stuff Faster

Raw to Ready: Komat’su

Nature: Animal Odd Couples

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Donnybrook

Donnybrook… Your Turn

Doc Martin

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Interfaith Memorial in Music

Washington Week

Charlie Rose— The Week

Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The White Feather

Masterpiece Mystery!: Foyle’s War: The White Feather

Hitler on Trial

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Antiques Roadshow

Death in Paradise

Movie: Strangers on a Train

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Secrets of the Tower of London

Masterpiece Classic: The Paradise

Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey

P.O.V.: 56 Up

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Living St. Louis

Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow

Independent Lens: The Graduates

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African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross

American Experience: War of the Worlds

Frontline

Globe Trekker

wed 30

Nature: Wolverine: Chasing the Phantom

Nova: Making Stuff Colder

Raw to Ready: Bombardier

Nature: Wolverine: Chasing the Phantom

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Repeat Schedule Program title in bold Original broadcast listed first • Repeat broadcast in italic

Genealogy Roadshow 9/23, 30, 10/7, 14, 9:00 pm • 9/25, 10/2, 9, 16, 2:00 am

Nova Wednesdays, 8:00 pm (preempted 9/2) • Fridays, 2:00 am (preempted 9/6)

African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross Tuesdays, 7:00 pm (begins 10/22) • Thursdays, 1:00 am (begins 10/24)

Globe Trekker Tuesdays, 10:00 pm (preempted 9/3) • Saturdays, 3:00 am (preempted 9/7); Saturdays, Sundays, 6:00 am (ends 10/6)

Pioneers of Television 10/15, 7:00 pm • 10/17, 1:00 am

American Experience: War of the Worlds 10/29, 8:00 pm • 10/31, 2:00 am, 10:00 pm American Masters: Billie Jean King 9/10, 7:00 pm • 9/12, 1:00 am; 9/16, 2:30 am America’s Test Kitchen Tuesdays, 1:00 pm • Saturdays, 1:00 pm (preempted 9/28) Antiques Roadshow Mondays, 8:00 pm (9/2, 7:00 pm) • Wednesdays, 1:00 am; Saturdays, 7:00 pm (preempted 9/5, 14, 21) 9/9, 16, 10/21, 28, 9:00 pm • 9/11, 18, 10/23, 30, 2:00 am; 9/14, 21, 7:00 pm Birdcage 9/14, 9:00 pm • 9/21, 11:00 pm Bletchley Circle 9/15, 22, 29, 9:30 pm • 9/17, 25, 10/1, 3:30 am Brains on Trial With Alan Alda 9/11, 18, 9:00 pm • 9/13, 20, 3:00 am Charlie Rose Monday–Friday, 11:30 pm • Tuesday–Friday, Monday, 1:30 pm Churchill 9/1, 5:00 pm • 9/2, 2:30 am; 9/20, 10:00 pm 9/1, 6:00 pm • 9/2, 3:30 am; 9/27, 10:00 pm 9/1, 7:00 pm • 9/3, 1:00 am; 10/4, 10:00 pm Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen Thursdays, 1:00 pm • Saturdays, 12:30 pm (preempted 9/28) Curious George: A Halloween Boo-Fest 10/28, 7:00 am • 10/31, 7:00 am Donnybrook Thursdays, 7:00 pm • Saturdays, 1:00 am; Sundays, 11:00 am (10/6, 10:30 am) Donnybrook...Your Turn Thursdays, 7:30 pm • Saturdays, 1:30 am Earthflight, a Nature Special Presentation Wednesdays, 7:00 pm (ends 10/9) • Wednesday, 10:00 pm (ends 10/9); Fridays, 1:00 am (ends 10/11) East of Eden 10/12, 9:00 pm • 10/19, 10:40 pm Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo Mondays, 1:00 pm • Saturdays, 2:00 pm (preempted 9/28) Fiddler on the Roof 9/7, 10:00 pm • 9/22, 1:00 am Frontline Tuesdays, 9:00 pm (9/10, 8:30 pm) (preempted 9/3) • Thursdays, 3:00 am (9/12, 2:30 am) (preempted 9/5)

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Separate Tables 10/19, 9:00 pm • 10/26, 10:45 pm

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Skeletons of the Sahara 9/25, 9:00 pm • 9/27, 3:00 am

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