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Celebrating 30 Years of Service in Our Community On Saturday, March 15, KNPB celebrated 30 years of service with our community during our Anniversary Open House. Over 550 people attended throughout the day enjoying character appearances, station tours, behind the scenes pledge broadcasts, anniversary cake, and educational activities for our youngest viewers. Thanks to all who participated.

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If you’d like to schedule a station tour or volunteer your time and talents to KNPB we’re always open to you! Come on in and learn how KNPB Broadcast and Educational Services impact so many in our community and how you can volunteer to be a part of all we do to connect our community. To schedule your appointment, call 775-784-4555.


KNPB Anniversary OPEN HOUSE was a special day filled with friends, fun, and celebration‌

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PBS KIDS has announced the launch of the allnew WILD KRATTS World Adventure App for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Through 30 levels of gameplay, WILD KRATTS World Adventure helps build key skills and encourages science inquiry. Children ages 4 to 8 can tilt and tap their way through games that help them learn how different animals live and adapt to their habitats. o Thanks to everyone wh s! rie sto ir submitted the

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Keep an eye on knpb.org for the announcement of our local winners!

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Molly................................. 5/20


MEMBERCARD BENEFITS The Heiress

2-for-1 tickets May 2-18 Presented by Reno Little Theater 147 E. Pueblo Street, Reno 775-813-8900 www.renolittletheater.org

Two additional HEALTH & WELLNESS providers have joined the KNPB Membercard program! We now have a grand total of 15 providers located in Reno, Carson City, and Incline Village! Reno BJ’s Hair Shop – 775.324.6699

Posh Salon & Spa – 775.826.767

Learn about these 15 redeemable discounts for KNPB MemberCard holders at www.membercard.com/knpb

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DAYTIME PROGRAMMING WEEKDAY MORNINGS MONDAY - FRIDAY 6:00am

Clifford the Big Red Dog

6:30am WordGirl 7:00am Arthur 7:30am

Wild Kratts

8:00am

Curious George

8:30am

Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!

9:00am

Peg + Cat

9:30am

Dinosaur Train

10:00am

Sesame Street

11:00am

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

11:30am

Super Why!

noon

Sid the Science Kid, ex. 5/23

noon National Geographic Bee 2014, 5/23 12:30pm

Thomas & Friends, ex. 5/23

The nation’s brightest young geography geniuses will gather in Washington, D.C., to take part in the annual National Geographic Bee. The fourth-through eighth-graders, ranging in age from 10 to 14, will be competing for the 2014 Bee crown and three college scholarships worth $50,000. Friday, 5/23 at noon

WEEKDAY AFTERNOONS MON. TUES. WED. THUR.

FRI.

1:00pm

California’s Gold

Wild Nevada*

Hometime

Beauty of Oil Painting

Sew It All

1:30pm

California’s Gold

House with A History, * ex. 5/20

Woodsmith Shop

Best of Joy of Painting

Sewing with Nancy

* Produced by

The Work of Art: Artown,* 5/20

2:00pm

2:30pm

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History Detectives, ex. 5/26

Pioneers of Television, 5/6, 5/13

Pacific Heartbeat, 5/26

Great Museums, 5/27

As Time Secrets of Henry Globe Trekker, VIII’s Palace, 5/7 5/8 Goes By Secrets of Poetry Out Loud Chatsworth, 2014, 5/15 5/14 Pacific Heartbeat, Secrets of 5/22, 5/29 Scotland Yard, 5/21 Poetry Out Loud, Keeping Up A Breakfast 2013, 5/15 Appearances Special, 5/28


AFTERNOONS CONT. MONDAY - FRIDAY

3:00pm PBS NewsHour 4:00pm Charlie Rose

Watch Charlie Rose: THE WEEK Saturdays at 5:30pm

5:00pm

MON. NOVA

TUES. Nature

WED. Antiques Roadshow

5/1-5/2

THUR. Variety

FRI. Health

Nazi Mega Weapons (Part 4 of 6)

American Health Journal

The Incredible Journey of Butterflies

Love in the Animal Kingdom

Anaheim (Part 3 of 3)

Nazi Mega Weapons (Part 5 of 6)

American Health Journal

5/12-5/16

Why Sharks Attack

Shark Mountain

Richmond (Part 1 of 3)

Nazi Mega Weapons (Part 6 of 6)

American Health Journal

5/19-5/23

Escape from Nazi Alcatraz

Leave it to Beavers

Richmond (Part 2 of 3)

Day of Days: June 6th, 1944

American Health Journal

5/26-5/30

Return of the Wolves: The Next Chapter

Gathering Swarms

Richmond (Part 3 of 3)

D-Day Uncovered

American Health Journal

5/5-5/9

5:30pm

Second Opinion

MONDAY - FRIDAY

6:00pm

BBC World News

6:30pm

PBS NewsHour

7:30pm

Nightly Business Report

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HIGHLIGHTS

Tuesday, 5/6 at 8pm

Secrets of the Dead The Lost Gardens of Babylon Tuesday, 5/6 at 9pm

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Nazi Mega Weapons Wednesday, 5/7 & 5/14 at 10pm


Coming Back with Wes Moore Tuesdays, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27 at 8pm

Nature Leave it to Beavers Wednesday, 5/14 at 8pm

The Work of Art: Artown Thursday, 5/15 at 8pm & 9:30pm

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HIGHLIGHTS Unsung Heroes: The Story of America’s Female Patriots Thursday, 5/22 at 8pm & 9pm

American Experience Monday, 5/26 at 9pm National Memorial Day Concert Sunday, 5/25 at 8pm & 9:30pm 10 May 2014


Reno Mayoral Debates Thursday, 5/29 at 8pm

50s & 60s Party Songs Saturday, 5/31 at 8pm

The Grateful Dead – Dead Ahead Saturday, 5/31 at 10pm May 2014 11


BE MORE Kurt A. Mische, President & CEO

A Heartfelt Legacy In the early 1980’s, a group of dedicated people from across our community came together to secure a broadcasting license for Reno’s own public television station. Fully aware of how such a station could touch the lives of generations of northern Nevadans, this group invested the countless hours and significant funds that made KNPB a reality on September 26, 1983. The leader of this dedicated group was Joan Bradley, who with her husband William provided the vision, leadership, and dedication to see the mission through. Mrs. Bradley served as the founding Chair of the KNPB Board of Trustees. So it is fitting that we have honored the work and the memory of the Bradleys by naming our legacy society in their honor. On May 6 our annual Joan and William Bradley Legacy Society luncheon honors the Bradleys and all those who have included KNPB in their estate plans, including: David & Sharon Quinn, Gloria Cutler Eakin Trust, James Jurschak & Faith Fessenden, Lois & Len Crocker, Gerald M. Martin, Robert & Sandy Oglesby, Karen J. Swope, Rae Ann Schuster, Ruth & Charles Hopping, Whitman Kearns, Robert R. Little, Gwen & Paul Leonard, Sara M. Nelson, Terry & Linda Oliver, Carol A. Trefethren, Barbara Lee Hunt, Walter Spicer, Ronald & Madelin Ackley, Mary & Eugene Nelson, Hartman-Kanning Endowment Fund, Rose Oyarbide, Carol Colip, Joan D. Breslin,Vicki Rosen & Joyce M. Stoffey, Susan M. Codeglia, Lillian O’Neill, Robert Butler, Irene Maarsingh, Charlotte C. Smith, Janis Mitchell, Myrna Ann “Bunny” Johnson, Sandra S. Bitler, Sue McDowell, Joan Lund, George E. Bates, Bretzlaff Foundation, Susan J. Krump, James Pagliarini & C. Elizabeth Raymond, Sandra & Robert Backus,Theodore Paulson, Jay & Janet Peace, Peter E. Lui & Gloria Fitch, Fred Ihlow & Mary Catherine Beck, Jack & Catherine Flanary, Evelyn Windham, Julie Ching, William Lee Marion, Mark & Susan Herron, William Lee Davidson Marion, Amy MacMullan, Betty Ihfe, Archalee Correll, Mary & Kenneth Aaroe, Eiko & Robert Cutts, Gretchen & Jerry Freyholtz, Rod & Kim Sanford, Jack & Catherine Flanary, David & Michelle Dehls, Connie Mantini, Linda Watson, M.Wayne & Joyce Wilson, Jackie L. Leonard,Trudy Wofsey and Geoff & Sally White. We gratefully consider the loyalty, confidence and commitment expressed by these donors who have given to KNPB in such a personal way. Our sincere thanks to all of those who have made a special place in their estate plans…and their hearts… for KNPB.

“When I look at our stations around the country, there are a handful of stations that are truly extraordinary—I would say almost legendary. And KNPB happens to be one of those.” – Paula Kerger, President & CEO of PBS 12 May 2014


MAY 2014 Programs produced by KNPB

Programming Sponsored by Northern NV Coin

Membership Campaign

Tickets Available

Enjoy our special programming 5/17, 5/24, 5/29-5/31. Please note, program changes are often made after press time. We regret any inconvenience this may cause our viewers.

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THURSDAY 1

FRIDAY 2

See pages 6-7 for weekday programming 6am-7:30pm

8:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (Repeats Saturday, 5/3 at 5am) 8:30 A CONVERSATION “Phyllis Shafer” For decades, a local artist and professor at Tahoe Community College has won a reputation for painting the American West with “magical realism.” Host Brent Boynton talks with one of our best-known plein air painters about her work, now on display at the Nevada Museum of Art. (Repeats Sunday, 5/4 at 5:30pm) 9:00 CAROL BURNETT: THE MARK TWAIN PRIZE Julie Andrews, Tony Bennett, Tim Conway, Tina Fey and others celebrate comedic icon Carol Burnett. (Repeats Sunday, 5/4 at 1pm) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Monday, 5/5 at 4pm) midnight INDEPENDENT LENS “Revenge of the Electric Car” Follow the race among major car-makers to be the first, the best and to win the hearts and minds of the public around the world. (Repeats Saturday, 5/3 at 3:30am and Sunday, 5/4 at 11pm) 1:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (Repeats Sat. 5/3 at 5:30pm & 5:30am) 2:00 PENNSYLVANIA BALLET AT 50 (Repeats Sunday, 5/4 at 3am, Monday, 5/5 at 5am and Sunday, 5/18 at 4pm) 3:00 CRAFT IN AMERICA “Industry” (Repeats Sunday, 5/4 at 4am) 4:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION (R) “Breaking Barriers” (Part 3 of 4) (Repeats Sunday, 5/4 at 7pm & 5am and Tuesday, 5/6 at 2pm) 5:00 THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR (R)

8:00 AMERICAN MASTERS “Judy Garland: By Myself ” Vaulted screen tests, rehearsal footage and Judy’s voice, telling her story in her own words. (Repeats Sunday, 5/4 at 3pm) 10:00 THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE “Uncustomed Goods, Part 1” After Millie is abducted and released by a crime ring, she is determined to stop human trafficking. (Part 3 of 4) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Friday, 5/2 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR (Repeats Friday, 5/2 at 5am) 2:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION “Breaking Barriers” (Part 3 of 4) (Repeats Friday, 5/2 at 4am, Sunday, 5/4 at 7pm & 5am and Tuesday, 5/6 at 2pm) 3:00 RUBEN SALAZAR: MAN IN THE MIDDLE — A VOCES SPECIAL PRESENTATION 4:00 NATURE “Love in the Animal Kingdom” (Repeats Sunday, 5/4 at 9am and Tuesday, 5/6 at 5pm) 5:00 NOVA “The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies” (Repeats Saturday, 5/3 at 4pm & 1am, Sunday, 5/4 at 10am & Mon., 5/5 at 5pm)

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SATURDAY 3 6:00 DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD 6:30 MARTHA SPEAKS 7:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 7:30 BOB THE BUILDER 8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Anaheim” A jade jewelry collection and an oil painting by French artist Maurice Utrillo are appraised. (Part 2 of 3) (Repeats at 7pm) 9:00 HISTORY DETECTIVES “Grace Kelly Automobile / Illicit P.O.W. Photos / Mystery Motorcycle” 10:00 MOTORWEEK 10:30 THIS OLD HOUSE “Arlington Italianate Project / Italianate Renaissance” 11:00 ASK THIS OLD HOUSE “All About Kitchen Renovations / Chef Michael Symon” 11:30 HOMETIME “Ranch Addition Landscape” noon AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED “Special-Occasion Roasts” 12:30 CHEF JOHN BESH’S FAMILY TABLE “Avocado Salad and Grilled Tomato, SaltBaked Striped Bass and a Blueberry Cobbler” 1:00 MARTHA STEWART’S COOKING SCHOOL “Grains” 1:30 LIDIA’S KITCHEN “Party Favorites” 2:00 JULIA CHILD — COOKING WITH MASTER CHEFS “Jan Birnbaum and Lidia Bastianich— Home-Smoked Salmon and Scrambled Egg Tort and Cappellini Pasta with a Seafood and Tomato Sauce” 2:30 SIMPLY MING “Rocky Mountaineer” 14 May 2014

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WILD NEVADA “Best of Wild Nevada II” EZ TECH UNIVERSITY Join us as we explore the MacBook Pro. We will take a look at the slim and light PC from Apple and review some of its features and apps. 4:00 NOVA (R) “The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies” Journey into the fascinating world of the Monarch butterfly. (Repeats at 1am, Sunday, 5/4 at 10am and Monday, 5/5 at 5pm) 5:00 PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND 5:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (R) (Repeats at 5:30am) 6:00 LAWRENCE WELK SHOW “Music Memories” 7:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Anaheim” (Part 2 of 3) 8:00 KEEPING UP APPEARANCES (Repeats Friday, 5/9 at 2:30pm) 8:30 AS TIME GOES BY (Repeats Friday, 5/9 at 2pm) 9:00 MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! “Endeavour, Series I: Fugue” Constable Endeavour Morse’s love of opera may be the key to stopping a string of Oxford homicides. 10:30 HOUSE WITH A HISTORY “Douglass House” Built in Fallon in the early 1900’s, this home’s architecture remains a mystery to this day. 11:00 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS “Juanes / Jesse & Joy” midnight LIVE FROM THE ARTISTS DEN “Fitz & The Tantrums” 1:00 NOVA (R) “The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies” 2:00 FRONTLINE “Prison State” 3:30 INDEPENDENT LENS (R) “Revenge of the Electric Car” (See Friday, 5/2 at 12am) 5:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (R) 5:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (R)

SUNDAY 4 6:00 SESAME STREET 7:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 7:30 CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT!


8:00 PEG + CAT 8:30 DINOSAUR TRAIN 9:00 NATURE (R) “Love in the Animal Kingdom” (Repeats Tuesday, 5/6 at 5pm) 10:00 NOVA (R) “The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies” (See Saturday, 5/3 at 4pm) 11:00 RICK STEVES’ EUROPE — NEW DAY & TIME! “Burgundy: Profound France”

11:30 MCLAUGHLIN GROUP noon MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” Loxley’s corrupt empire expands, LeClair lands in deep trouble and Harry joins the war effort. (Part 5 of 8) 1:00 CAROL BURNETT: THE MARK TWAIN PRIZE (R) (See Friday, 5/2 at 9pm) 3:00 AMERICAN MASTERS (R) “Judy Garland: By Myself ” (See Thursday, 5/1 at 8pm) 5:00 PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND 5:30 A CONVERSATION (R) “Phyllis Shafer” (See Friday, 5/2 at 8:30pm) 6:00 CALIFORNIA’S GOLD “Teardrops” Step back in time with Huell as he visits a weekend gathering of classic teardrop trailers. (Repeats Monday, 5/5 at 1pm) 6:30 CALIFORNIA’S GOLD “Sequoia Black History” Huell joins the centennial celebration of Colonel Charles Young’s tenure as superintendent at Sequoia National Park. (Repeats Monday, 5/5 at 1:30pm) 7:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION “Breaking Barriers” The story of people of color on American television is traced, including Bill Cosby and Desi Arnaz. (Part 3 of 4) (Repeats at 5am & Tuesday, 5/6 at 2pm)

8:00 CALL THE MIDWIFE Shelagh decides to talk to Dr. Turner about adopting a baby. Patsy struggles to adapt to midwifery. (Part 6 of 8) (Repeats at 12:30am–Joined in Progress and Monday, 5/5 at 3am) 9:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” Members of the staff are dying at the front. Miss Mardle and her lodger fall in love. (Part 6 of 8) (Repeats at 1am, Monday, 5/5 at 4am and Sunday, 5/11 at noon) 10:00 THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE “Uncustomed Goods, Part 2” After Millie is abducted by a crime ring, she is determined to help stop human trafficking. (Part 4 of 4) (Repeats at 2am & Thur. 5/8 at 10pm) 11:00 INDEPENDENT LENS (R) “Revenge of the Electric Car” (See Friday, 5/2 at 12am) 12:30 CALL THE MIDWIFE (R) (Part 6 of 8) (Joined in Progress) 1:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC (R) “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” (Part 6 of 8) 2:00 THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE (R) 3:00 PENNSYLVANIA BALLET AT 50 (R) (Repeats Monday, 5/5 at 5am and Sunday, 5/18 at 4pm) 4:00 CRAFT IN AMERICA (R) “Industry” 5:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION (R) “Breaking Barriers” (Part 3 of 4)

MONDAY 5 See pages 6-7 for weekday programming 6am-7:30pm

8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Anaheim” Highlights include an 18thcentury Chinese cinnabar lacquer box and a collection of wanted posters. (Part 3 of 3) (Repeats at 2am, Wednesday, 5/7 at 5pm and Saturday, 5/10 at 8am and 7pm) 9:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Minneapolis, MN” An 1863 Ulysses S. Grant letter and a 1950 Charles Shulz Li’l Folks original cartoon are appraised. (Part 3 of 3) (Repeats at 1am) 10:00 SECRETS OF HENRY VIII’S PALACE One of the most unique places in the May 2014 15


world, Hampton Court is the ultimate Royal pleasure palace. A true palace of pleasure and now a now thriving tourist location, we scratch beneath the brick and stone to unveil an abundance of art and stories that bring Hampton Court alive. (Repeats Wednesday, 5/7 at 2pm) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Tuesday, 5/6 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Minneapolis, MN” (Part 3 of 3) 2:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Anaheim” (Part 3 of 3) 3:00 CALL THE MIDWIFE (R) (Part 6 of 8) (See Sunday, 5/4 at 8pm) 4:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC (R) “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” (Part 6 of 8) (See Sunday, 5/4 at 9pm) 5:00 PENNSYLVANIA BALLET AT 50 (R) (Repeats Sunday, 5/18 at 4pm)

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10:00 FRONTLINE “Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria” A look the alarming rise of untreatable infections in hospitals, communities and across the globe. (Repeats at 3am & Sat., 5/10 at 2am) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Wednesday, 5/7 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION (R) 2:00 SECRETS OF THE DEAD (R) 3:00 FRONTLINE (R) 4:00 INDEPENDENT LENS “A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at the New York Times / Lies” (Repeats Friday, 5/9 at 12am, Saturday, 5/10 at 3am and Sunday, 5/11 at 11pm) 5:30 KATMAI: ALASKA’S WILD PENINSULA (Repeats Saturday, 5/10 at 4:30am and Tuesday, 5/20 at 5:30am)

WEDNESDAY 7 8:00 NATURE

See pages 6-7 for weekday programming 6am-7:30pm

8:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION “Acting Funny” The backstage techniques of Robin Williams, Tina Fey and more great comedic actors are revealed. (Part 4 of 4) (Repeats at 1am, Wednesday, 5/7 at 5am, Thursday, 5/8 at 2am, Friday, 5/9 at 4am, Sunday, 5/11 at 7pm & 5am and Tuesday, 5/13 at 2pm) 9:00 SECRETS OF THE DEAD “The Lost Gardens of Babylon” The existence, location and construction of the spectacular Hanging Gardens of Babylon are detailed. (Repeats at 2am & Wed. 5/7 at 4am) 16 May 2014

“Shark Mountain” Underwater filmmakers take a dive of a lifetime to learn about the location’s fantastic creatures. (Repeats at 1am, Thursday, 5/8 at 3am, Sun., 5/11 at 9am & Tues. 5/13 at 5pm) 9:00 NOVA “Why Sharks Attack” Leading shark experts research the science behind the great white’s hunting instincts. (Repeats at 2am, Thursday, 5/8 at 4am, Saturday, 5/10 at 4pm & 1am, Sunday, 5/11 at 10am and Monday, 5/12 at 5pm) 10:00 NAZI MEGA WEAPONS “Jet Fighter Me262” The most technologically advanced plane of World War II, the Messerschmitt Me262, is explored. (Part 5 of 6) (Repeats at 3am and Thursday, 5/8 at 5pm & 5am)


11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Thursday, 5/8 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 NATURE (R) 2:00 NOVA (R) 3:00 NAZI MEGA WEAPONS (R) 4:00 SECRETS OF THE DEAD (R) “The Lost Gardens of Babylon” (See Tuesday, 5/6 at 9pm) 5:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION (R) “Acting Funny” (Part 4 of 4) (See Tuesday, 5/6 at 8pm)

THURSDAY 8 8:00 POETRY OUT LOUD 2014 Each year, the Nevada Arts Council partners with The National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation to organize competitive poetry recitation in Nevada high schools. KNPB takes you to the state finals, held in Reno this March. This program gives you the highlights, both from the competition and from the competitors. (Repeats Thursday, 5/15 at 2pm and Friday, 5/16 at 10:30pm) 8:30 POETRY OUT LOUD 2013 At the Eighth Annual Nevada State Poetry Out Loud Finals, Nevada high school students compete to determine the state champion, who will go on to compete in the National Finals. (Repeats Thursday, 5/15 at 2:30pm) 9:00 EAGLES OF MERCY The story of two American medics from the 101st Airborne who parachuted into Normandy. (Repeats Thursday, 5/22 at 10pm and Saturday, 5/24 at 4pm) 10:00 THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE (R) “Uncustomed Goods, Part 2” (Part 4 of 4) (See Sunday 5/4 at 10pm) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Friday, 5/9 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR (Repeats Friday, 5/9 at 5am) 2:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION (R) “Acting Funny” (Part 4 of 4) (See Tuesday, 5/6 at 8pm)

3:00 NATURE (R) “Shark Mountain” (See Wednesday, 5/7 at 8pm) 4:00 NOVA (R) “Why Sharks Attack” (See Wednesday, 5/7 at 9pm) 5:00 NAZI MEGA WEAPONS (R) “Jet Fighter Me262” (Part 5 of 6) (See Wednesday, 5/7 at 10pm)

FRIDAY 9 8:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (Repeats Saturday, 5/10 at 5am) 8:30 A CONVERSATION “Victor Hwang” Host Brent Boynton talks with the author of The Rainforest: The Secret to Building the Next Silicon Valley about the changes he hopes to bring to northern Nevada. (Repeats Sunday, 5/11 at 5:30pm) 9:00 SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE WITH YO-YO MA: LIVE FROM TANGLEWOOD

A behind-the-scenes journey with cellist Yo-Yo Ma showcases performances from his latest tour. (Repeats at 2am & Sunday, 5/11 at 3am)

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10:00 JAKE SHIMABUKURO: LIFE ON FOUR STRINGS A portrait of an inspiring and inventive musician known for his virtuoso skills on the ukulele. (Repeats at 3am & Sunday, 5/11 at 4am) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Monday, 5/12 at 4pm) midnight INDEPENDENT LENS (R) “A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at the New York Times / Lies” The shocking story of Jayson Blair, the most infamous serial plagiarist of our time, and how he unleashed the massive scandal that rocked The New York Times. (Repeats Saturday, 5/10 at 3am and Sunday, 5/11 at 11pm) 1:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (Repeats Saturday, 5/10 at 5:30pm & 5:30am) 2:00 SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE WITH YO-YO MA: LIVE FROM TANGLEWOOD (R) 3:00 JAKE SHIMABUKURO: LIFE ON FOUR STRINGS (R) 4:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION (R) “Acting Funny” (Part 4 of 4) (See Tuesday, 5/6 at 8pm) 5:00 THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR (R)

SATURDAY 10 6:00 DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD 6:30 MARTHA SPEAKS 7:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 7:30 BOB THE BUILDER 8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Anaheim” (Part 3 of 3) (See Monday, 5/5 at 8pm)

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9:00 HISTORY DETECTIVES “Lou Gehrig Autograph / Cleveland Electric Car / Philadelphia Freedom Paper” 10:00 MOTORWEEK 10:30 THIS OLD HOUSE “Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013 / Sandy and the Jersey Shore” 11:00 ASK THIS OLD HOUSE “Replacing An Old Door / Hot Water Without Waiting” 11:30 HOMETIME “Creekside Home Drywall” noon AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED “Let’s Start with Soup” 12:30 CHEF JOHN BESH’S FAMILY TABLE “Fried Eggplant Salad, Pan-Roasted Grouper with Shellfish Tomato Sauce and Lemon Ice Box Pie” 1:00 MARTHA STEWART’S COOKING SCHOOL “Sauces” 1:30 LIDIA’S KITCHEN “Chicken Three Ways” 2:00 JULIA CHILD – COOKING WITH MASTER CHEFS “Andre Soltner — Tarte Flambee, Alsatian Meat Stew and a Classic Tarte Citron” 2:30 SIMPLY MING “Calgary” 3:00 WILD NEVADA “Las Vegas to Laughlin” 3:30 EZ TECH UNIVERSITY Re-discover some of the settings and apps built right into your Android: music apps, Wi-Fi settings and apps to manage your apps! 4:00 NOVA (R) “Why Sharks Attack” (See Wednesday, 5/7 at 9pm) 5:00 PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND

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5:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (R) (Repeats at 5:30am) 6:00 LAWRENCE WELK SHOW “Mother’s Day” 7:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Anaheim” (Part 3 of 3) (See Monday, 5/5 at 8pm) 8:00 KEEPING UP APPEARANCES (Repeats Friday, 5/16 at 2:30pm) 8:30 AS TIME GOES BY (Repeats Friday, 5/16 at 2pm) 9:00 MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! “Endeavour, Series I: Rocket” A royal visit to a family-owned munitions factory ends with murder and Morse must find the culprit. 10:30 HOUSE WITH A HISTORY “Sparks Mansion” Once the home of a prominent Nevada Governor; it has since been moved from its original location to where it sits today. 11:00 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS “Jack White” midnight LIVE FROM THE ARTISTS DEN “5th Anniversary Special” 1:00 NOVA (R) “Why Sharks Attack” (See Wednesday, 5/7 at 9pm) 2:00 FRONTLINE (R) “Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria” (See Tuesday, 5/6 at 10pm) 3:00 INDEPENDENT LENS (R) “A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at the New York Times / Lies” (See Friday, 5/9 at 12am) 4:30 KATMAI: ALASKA’S WILD PENINSULA (R) (Repeats Tuesday, 5/20 at 5:30am) 5:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (R) 5:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (R)

SUNDAY 11 6:00 SESAME STREET 7:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 7:30 CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT! 8:00 PEG + CAT 8:30 DINOSAUR TRAIN 9:00 NATURE (R) “Shark Mountain” (See Wednesday, 5/7 at 8pm)

10:00 NOVA (R) “Why Sharks Attack” (See Wednesday, 5/7 at 9pm) 11:00 RICK STEVES’ EUROPE “France’s Dordogne” 11:30 MCLAUGHLIN GROUP noon MASTERPIECE CLASSIC (R) “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” (Part 6 of 8) (See Sunday, 5/4 at 9pm) 1:00 CONQUISTADORS WITH MICHAEL WOOD

“The Fall of the Aztecs” The story of the conquest in 1519-21 of the Aztec empire in Mexico by Hernan Cortes is detailed. (Part 1 of 4) 2:00 CONQUISTADORS WITH MICHAEL WOOD “The Conquest of the Incas” Conquistador Francisco Pizarro, exploring south of the equator, uncovers the empire of the Incas. (Part 2 of 4) 3:00 CONQUISTADORS WITH MICHAEL WOOD “The Search for El Dorado” Part three begins in Quito, Ecuador, and relates the amazing story of the 16-month Spanish expedition (1541-42), led by Gonzalo Pizarro, to find El Dorado, the mythical land of gold. (Part 3 of 4) 4:00 CONQUISTADORS WITH MICHAEL WOOD “All The World Is Human” In the last segment, the story shifts to the North American continent. In April 1528, 400 conquistadors, dreaming of gold, land in Florida to begin the exploration and conquest of what is now the southern United States. (Part 4 of 4) 5:00 PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND 5:30 A CONVERSATION (R) “Victor Hwang” (See Fri., 5/9 at 8:30pm) 6:00 CALIFORNIA’S GOLD “Masonic Cave” Huell visits the town of Volcano to discover the mysterious cave in this mountain community. (Repeats Monday, 5/12 at 1pm) May 2014 19


6:30 CALIFORNIA’S GOLD “Catalina Cubs” The Chicago Cubs baseball team came to Catalina Island for spring training through the late 1940s. (Repeats Monday, 5/12 at 1:30pm) 7:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION (R) “Acting Funny” (Part 4 of 4) (See Tuesday, 5/6 at 8pm) 8:00 CALL THE MIDWIFE Sister Julienne calms an anxious new mother who has put her baby in grave danger. (Part 7 of 8) (Repeats at 12:30am–Joined in Progress and Monday, 5/12 at 3am) 9:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC

“Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” Harry’s secret service contact does him a favor and Mae and Loxley cross swords. (Part 7 of 8) (Repeats at 1am, Monday, 5/12 at 4am and Sunday, 5/18 at noon) 10:00 SECRETS OF CHATSWORTH Chatsworth Estate has been home to the distinguished Cavendish family for over five centuries. (Repeats at 2am, Monday, 5/12 at 5am, Wednesday, 5/14 at 2pm & 5am and Thursday, 5/15 at 2am) 11:00 INDEPENDENT LENS (R) “A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at the New York Times / Lies” (See Friday, 5/9 at 12am) 12:30 CALL THE MIDWIFE (R) (Part 7 of 8) (Joined in Progress) 1:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC (R) “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” (Part 7 of 8) 2:00 SECRETS OF CHATSWORTH (R) 3:00 THE SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE WITH YO-YO MA: LIVE FROM TANGLEWOOD (R) (See Friday, 5/9 at 9pm) 4:00 JAKE SHIMABUKURO: LIFE ON FOUR STRINGS (R) (See Friday, 5/9 at 10pm) 20 May 2014

5:00 PIONEERS OF TELEVISION (R) “Acting Funny” (Part 4 of 4) (See Tuesday, 5/6 at 8pm)

MONDAY 12 See pages 6-7 for weekday programming 6am-7:30pm

8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Richmond” Amazing items include an Albert Neuhuys watercolor and a 1982 UNC championship signed basketball. (Part 1 of 3) (Repeats at 2am, Wednesday, 5/14 at 5pm and Saturday, 5/17 at 8am & 7pm) 9:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Cats & Dogs” Appraisals featuring felines and canines include an original Hush Puppy mascot and dog portraits. (Repeats at 1am) 10:00 WORK OF ART Work of Art profiles photographer Jeff Ross, who is dedicated to helping bring to light those people who the world otherwise ignores. His exhibits include photographs of disabled workers at High Sierra Industries, residents of Catholic Charities, and patients at Renown Rehabilitation Hospital. 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Tuesday, 5/13 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Cats & Dogs” 2:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Richmond” (Part 1 of 3) 3:00 CALL THE MIDWIFE (R) (Part 7 of 8) (See Sunday, 5/11 at 8pm) 4:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC (R) “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” (Part 7 of 8) (See Sunday, 5/11 at 9pm) 5:00 SECRETS OF CHATSWORTH (R) (See Sunday, 5/11 at 10pm)

TUESDAY 13 8:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE “Coming Back” Former combat veteran Wes Moore explores the difficulty with the process of coming back from war. (Part 1 of 3) (Repeats at 1am,Wednesday, 5/14 at 4am and Thursday, 5/15 at 3am)


9:00 FRONTLINE “The United States of Secrets” The history of the National Security Agency’s unprecedented surveillance program is investigated. (Part 1 of 2) (Repeats at 3am & Sat., 5/17 at 2am) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Wednesday, 5/14 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE (R) 2:00 TBA 3:00 FRONTLINE (R) 5:00 TBA 5:30 RIBBON OF SAND (Repeats Saturday, 5/17 at 4am)

WEDNESDAY 14 8:00 NATURE

“Leave it to Beavers” Scientists regard beavers as tools for reversing the effects of global warming and water shortages. (Repeats at 1am, Thursday, 5/15 at 4am, Sun., 5/18 at 9am & Tues., 5/20 at 5pm) 9:00 NOVA “Escape from Nazi Alcatraz” Aerospace engineers and carpenters test a plan to escape a Nazi war camp using a twoman glider. (Repeats at 2am, Thursday, 5/15 at 5am, Saturday, 5/17 at 4pm & 1:30am–Joined in Progress, Sunday, 5/18 at 10am and Monday, 5/19 at 5pm) 10:00 NAZI MEGA WEAPONS “Fortress Berlin” In April of 1945 Hitler was 10 meters underground in the center of Berlin as the Russians advanced. (Part 6 of 6) (Repeats at 3am, Thursday, 5/15 at 5pm and Friday, 5/16 at 4am) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Thursday, 5/15 at 4pm)

TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 NATURE (R) 2:00 NOVA (R) 3:00 NAZI MEGA WEAPONS (R) 4:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE (R) “Coming Back” (Part 1 of 3) (See Tuesday, 5/13 at 8pm) 5:00 SECRETS OF CHATSWORTH (R) (See Sunday, 5/11 at 10pm) midnight

THURSDAY 15 8:00 THE WORK OF ART: ARTOWN This behind the scenes look at Reno’s annual art festival examines its history and impact. The documentary highlights diverse groups making a difference within our community: a church helping businesses revitalize a neighborhood, a program utilizing art to improve the quality of life for seniors suffering from dementia, Burning Man adding cultural and artistic diversity, and more. (Repeats at 9:30pm, Sunday, 5/18 at 6:30pm and Tuesday, 5/20 at 1:30pm) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Friday, 5/16 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR (Repeats Friday, 5/16 at 5am) 2:00 SECRETS OF CHATSWORTH (R) (See Sunday, 5/11 at 10pm) 3:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE (R) “Coming Back” (Part 1 of 3) (See Tuesday, 5/13 at 8pm) 4:00 NATURE (R) “Leave it to Beavers” (See Wednesday, 5/14 at 8pm) 5:00 NOVA (R) “Escape from Nazi Alcatraz” (See Wednesday, 5/14 at 9pm) May 2014 21


FRIDAY 16

INDEPENDENT LENS (R) “Let the Fire Burn” The clash between Philadelphia police and the radical urban group MOVE in 1985 is chronicled. (Repeats Sunday, 5/18 at 11pm) 1:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (Repeats Sat. 5/17 at 5:30pm & 5:30am) 2:00 AMERICAN MASTERS (R) 3:30 I CREATE (Repeats Saturday, 5/17 at 4:30am and Sunday, 5/18 at 5:30am) 4:00 NAZI MEGA WEAPONS (R) “Fortress Berlin” (Part 6 of 6) (See Wednesday, 5/14 at 10pm) 5:00 THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR (R) midnight

8:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (Repeats Saturday, 5/17 at 5am) 8:30 A CONVERSATION “Norm Dianda” This month Norman Dianda celebrates his 75th birthday and Q&D Construction’s 50th anniversary. Host Brent Boynton interviews Norm and others about his years as a construction magnate and as a community benefactor. (Repeats Sunday, 5/18 at 5:30pm) 9:00 AMERICAN MASTERS “Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton As Himself ” The life of legendary writer, actor, journalist and risk-taker George Plimpton is showcased. (Repeats at 2am and Sunday, 5/18 at 4am) 10:30 POETRY OUT LOUD 2014 (R) (See Thursday, 5/8 at 8pm) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Monday, 5/19 at 4pm)

SATURDAY 17 6:00 DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD 6:30 MARTHA SPEAKS 7:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 7:30 BOB THE BUILDER 8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Richmond” (Part 1 of 3) (See Monday, 5/12 at 8pm)

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9:00 HISTORY DETECTIVES “Superman Sketch” 10:00 MOTORWEEK 10:30 THIS OLD HOUSE “Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013 / Drastic Measures” 11:00 ASK THIS OLD HOUSE “Building A Garden Bed In New Mexico / Repairing A Leaky Toliet” 11:30 HOMETIME “Creekside Home Spaces” noon AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED “It’s Pasta Night!” 12:30 MARTHA BAKES — NEW SEASON! “Old Fashioned Fruit Desserts” 1:00 MARTHA STEWART’S COOKING SCHOOL “Pork” 1:30 LIDIA’S KITCHEN “Michelangelo’s Favorite Pasta” 2:00 JULIA CHILD – COOKING WITH MASTER CHEFS “Nancy Silverton — Rustic bread, foccacia pizza dough and olive bread” 2:30 SIMPLY MING “Ellie Krieger and Better Burgers” 3:00 WILD NEVADA “Ghost Towns and Craters” 3:30 EZ TECH UNIVERSITY Join us as we take a look at Skype.What is it, and how do you use it? We’ll also have an app for those of you wanting to take a vacation with a twist. 4:00 NOVA (R) “Escape from Nazi Alcatraz” (See Wednesday, 5/14 at 9pm) 5:00 PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND 5:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (R) (Repeats at 5:30am) 6:00 LAWRENCE WELK SHOW “Salute to the Armed Forces” 7:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Richmond” (Part 1 of 3) (See Monday, 5/12 at 8pm) 8:00 KEEPING UP APPEARANCES (Repeats Friday, 5/23 at 2:30pm) 8:30 AS TIME GOES BY (Repeats Friday, 5/23 at 2pm) 9:00 MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! “Endeavour, Series I: Home” While

studying for his sergeant’s exam, Morse investigates the hit-and-run death of a professor. 10:30 HOUSE WITH A HISTORY

“Bliss Mansion” The Bliss Mansion in Carson City, Nevada remains a testimony to lumber tycoon Duane Bliss. Built in 1879, it was, for a time, the largest residence in the state – nearly 8,000 square feet, including a third floor ballroom complete with a stage. 11:00 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS “Vampire Weekend/Grizzly Bear” midnight BRIT FLOYD: LIVE AT RED ROCKS (Repeats Saturday, 5/24 at 10:30pm) 1:30 NOVA (R) “Escape from Nazi Alcatraz” (Joined in Progress) (See Wednesday, 5/14 at 9pm) 2:00 FRONTLINE (R) “The United States of Secrets” (Part 1 of 2) (See Tuesday, 5/13 at 9pm) 4:00 RIBBON OF SAND (R) 4:30 I CREATE (R) (Repeats Sunday, 5/18 at 5:30am) 5:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (R) 5:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (R)

SUNDAY 18 6:00 SESAME STREET 7:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 7:30 CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT! 8:00 PEG + CAT 8:30 DINOSAUR TRAIN 9:00 NATURE (R) “Leave It to Beavers” (See Wednesday, 5/14 at 8pm) 10:00 NOVA (R) “Escape from Nazi Alcatraz” (See Wednesday, 5/14 at 9pm) 11:00 RICK STEVES’ EUROPE “Barcelona and Catalunya” May 2014 23


11:30 MCLAUGHLIN GROUP noon MASTERPIECE CLASSIC (R) “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” (Part 7 of 8) (See Sunday, 5/11 at 9pm) 1:00 GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET “Rusalka” Renee Fleming returns to one of her signature roles in Dvorak’s soulful fairy-tale opera. 4:00 PENNSYLVANIA BALLET AT 50 (R) The anniversary of the Pennsylvania Ballet in Philadelphia is celebrated. 5:00 PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND 5:30 A CONVERSATION (R) “Norm Dianda” (See Friday, 5/16 at 8:30pm) 6:00 CALIFORNIA’S GOLD “L.A. Air Raid” Huell visits the Fort MacArthur Museum in San Pedro to relive the Great Los Angeles Air Raid of February 1942. (Repeats Monday, 5/19 at 1pm) 6:30 THE WORK OF ART: ARTOWN (R) (See Thursday, 5/15 at 8pm) 8:00 CALL THE MIDWIFE As preparations are made for Chummy to nurse her dying mother at home, Jenny feels drawn to help. (Part 8 of 8) (Repeats at 12:30am–Joined in Progress and 1am and Monday, 5/19 at 3am) 9:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” Justice is served, and so is romance as soldiers return and others leave for the front. (Part 8 of 8) (Repeats at 2am, Monday, 5/19 at 4am and Sunday, 5/25 at noon) 11:00 INDEPENDENT LENS (R) “Let the Fire Burn” (See Friday, 5/16 at 12am) 12:30 CALL THE MIDWIFE (R) (Part 8 of 8) (Joined in Progress) 1:00 CALL THE MIDWIFE (R) (Part 8 of 8) 24 May 2014

2:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC (R) “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” (Part 8 of 8) 4:00 AMERICAN MASTERS (R) “Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton As Himself ” (See Friday, 5/16 at 9pm) 5:30 I CREATE (R)

MONDAY 19 See pages 6-7 for weekday programming 6am-7:30pm

8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Richmond” Fascinating finds include a 1765 Thomas Pitts silver epergne and a Leveille-Rousseau perfume bottle. (Part 2 of 3) (Repeats at 2am,Wednesday, 5/21 at 5pm and Saturday, 5/24 at 8am and 7pm) 9:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Greatest Gifts” Items that guests received as presents include a Louis Comfort Tiffany necklace and a Fender bass. (Repeat at 1am & Thursday, 5/22 at 2am) 10:00 SECRETS OF SCOTLAND YARD

A look at London’s police force sheds light on what it takes to become a modern-day Sherlock Holmes. (Repeats Wednesday, 5/21 at 2pm) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Tuesday, 5/20 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Greatest Gifts” 2:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Richmond” (Part 2 of 3) 3:00 CALL THE MIDWIFE (R) (Part 8 of 8) (See Sunday, 5/18 at 8pm) 4:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC (R) “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” (Part 8 of 8) (See Sunday, 5/18 at 9pm)


TUESDAY 20

WEDNESDAY 21

8:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE

8:00 NATURE “The Gathering Swarms” The planet’s most extraordinary swarms, including 17-year cicadas and a locust swarm, are explored. (Repeats at 1am & 5am, Sunday, 5/25 at 9am and Tuesday, 5/27 at 5pm) 9:00 NOVA “Bombing Hitler’s Dams” In 1943 a squad of Lancaster bombers destroyed dams in Germany with a revolutionary bouncing bomb. NOVA recreates the extreme engineering challenges faced by Wallis and the pilots with the aid of six spectacular experiments. (Repeats at 2am, Thursday, 5/22 at 4am and Saturday, 5/24 at 1am) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Thursday, 5/22 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 NATURE (R) 2:00 NOVA (R) 4:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE (R) “Fitting In” (Part 2 of 4) (See Tuesday, 5/20 at 8pm) 5:00 NATURE (R)

“Fitting In” Wes Moore focuses on the idea of fitting in at home when soldiers are fundamentally changed by war. (Part 2 of 4) (Repeats at 1am,Wednesday, 5/21 at 4am and Saturday, 5/24 at 4am) 9:00 ESCAPE FROM A NAZI DEATH CAMP October 14th 2013 marked the 70th anniversary of an event that shook the Nazi party to its core. In east Poland, at the remote Nazi death camp of Sobibor, 300 Jewish prisoners staged a bloody break out. To mark the anniversary, we travel back to Sobibor with the last remaining survivors to reveal their extraordinary story of courage, desperation and determination. (Repeats at 2am, Thursday, 5/22 at 3am, Friday, 5/23 at 4am and Sunday, 5/25 at 5am) 10:00 FRONTLINE “The United States of Secrets” The role of Silicon Valley in the National Security Agency’s surveillance program is explored. (Part 2 of 2) (Repeats at 3am & Sat., 5/24 at 3am) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Wednesday, 5/21 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE (R) 2:00 ESCAPE FROM A NAZI DEATH CAMP (R) 3:00 FRONTLINE (R) 4:00 INDEPENDENT LENS “God Loves Uganda” (Repeats Friday, 5/23 at 12am and Sunday, 5/25 at 11pm) 5:30 KATMAI: ALASKA’S WILD PENINSULA (R)

THURSDAY 22 8:00 UNSUNG HEROES: THE STORY OF AMERICA’S FEMALE PATRIOTS

Brave women who fought in the American Revolution, the Civil War and Afghanistan are highlighted. (Part 1 of 2) 9:00 UNSUNG HEROES: THE STORY OF AMERICA’S FEMALE PATRIOTS Heroic female patriots who have shattered the brass ceiling through valiant deeds are showcased. (Part 2 of 2) May 2014 25


10:00 EAGLES OF MERCY (R) (See Thursday, 5/8 at 9pm) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Friday, 5/23 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR (Repeats Friday, 5/23 at 5am) 2:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Greatest Gifts” (See Monday, 5/19 at 9pm) 3:00 ESCAPE FROM A NAZI DEATH CAMP (R) (See Tuesday, 5/20 at 9pm) 4:00 NOVA (R) “Bombing Hitler’s Dams” (See Wednesday, 5/21 at 9pm)

FRIDAY 23 8:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (Repeats Saturday, 5/24 at 5am) 8:30 A CONVERSATION “College” The choices are daunting:

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public university or private, community college or military school. Paying for it can be equally daunting. Host Brent Boynton talks with students still early in their college careers about how they made their choices—and payments. (Repeats Sunday, 5/25 at 5:30pm) 9:00 IN PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE “Women of Soul” Aretha Franklin, Janelle Monae, Jill Scott and others perform songs by remarkable women of soul. (Repeats at 2am & Sunday, 5/25 at 3am) 10:00 IN PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE “Memphis Soul” The memorable soul sounds of Al Green, Mavis Staples, Otis Redding and more artists are honored. (Repeats at 3am & Sunday, 5/25 at 4am) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Monday, 5/26 at 4pm) midnight INDEPENDENT LENS (R) “God Loves Uganda” A look at how the American Evangelical movement is influencing Uganda’s laws against homosexuality. (Repeats Sunday, 5/25 at 11pm) 1:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (Repeats Saturday, 5/24 at 5:30pm & 5:30am) 2:00 IN PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE (R) “Women of Soul” 3:00 IN PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE (R) “Memphis Soul” 4:00 ESCAPE FROM A NAZI DEATH CAMP (R) (See Tuesday, 5/20 at 9pm) 5:00 THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR (R)

SATURDAY 24 6:00 DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD 6:30 MARTHA SPEAKS


7:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 7:30 BOB THE BUILDER 8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Richmond” (Part 2 of 3) (See Monday, 5/19 at 8pm) 9:00 HISTORY DETECTIVES “3-D Cuban Missile Crisis / Amos ‘n’ Andy Record / Women’s Suffrage Painting” 10:00 MOTORWEEK 10:30 THIS OLD HOUSE “Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013 / Getting to Work” 11:00 ASK THIS OLD HOUSE “Replacing A Kitchen Faucet with A Hands Free Model / Installing A Channel Drain to Divert Rainwater” 11:30 HOMETIME “Creekside Home Floors” noon AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED “Oatmeal Muffins and Granola” 12:30 MARTHA BAKES “Breakfast” 1:00 MARTHA STEWART’S COOKING SCHOOL “Potatoes” 1:30 LIDIA’S KITCHEN “Good Enough for Grandma” 2:00 JULIA CHILD – COOKING WITH MASTER CHEFS “Jacques Pepin — Braised Sweetbreads in Puff Pastry with a Black Truffle and Madeira Sauce” 2:30 SIMPLY MING “Einat Admony & Purees” 3:00 WILD NEVADA “Southern Sand Dunes” 3:30 EZ TECH UNIVERSITY Get a firsthand view of the latest Consumer Electronics gadgets. We sent our crew out to the 2014 International Consumer Electronics show. 4:00 EAGLES OF MERCY (R) (See Thursday, 5/8 at 9pm) 5:00 PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND 5:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (R) 6:00 LAWRENCE WELK SHOW “Concert in the Park” 7:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Richmond” (Part 2 of 3) (See Monday, 5/19 at 8pm) 8:00 KEEPING UP APPEARANCES (Repeats Friday, 5/30 at 2:30pm) 8:30 AS TIME GOES BY (Repeats Friday, 5/30 at 2pm)

9:00 MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! “Poirot X: Murder on the Orient Express” When a passenger is found brutally murdered on the train, the sleuth is called upon to investigate. 10:30 BRIT FLOYD: LIVE AT RED ROCKS (R) Renowned for their notefor-note perfection, impeccable harmonies, staging, lasers, Floydian animations and props, this 12-piece band creates a genuine reincarnation of the live Pink Floyd experience. AUSTIN CITY LIMITS “Mumford and Sons/Flogging Molly” 1:00 NOVA (R) “Bombing Hitler’s Dams” (See Wednesday, 5/21 at 9pm) 3:00 FRONTLINE (R) “The United States of Secrets” (Part 2 of 2) (See Tuesday, 5/20 at 10pm) 4:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE (R) “Fitting In” (Part 2 of 4) (See Tuesday, 5/20 at 8pm) 5:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (R) 5:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (R) midnight

SUNDAY 25 6:00 SESAME STREET 7:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 7:30 CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT! 8:00 PEG + CAT 8:30 DINOSAUR TRAIN 9:00 NATURE (R) “The Gathering Swarms” (See Wednesday, 5/21 at 8pm) 10:00 RETURN OF THE WOLVES: THE NEXT CHAPTER Peter Coyote narrates an exploration of the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone and Idaho. May 2014 27


11:00 RICK STEVES’ EUROPE “Little Europe: San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City, Liechtenstein, and The world’s smallest country, Italy’s last independent hill town and glamorous views of Monaco” 11:30 MCLAUGHLIN GROUP noon MASTERPIECE CLASSIC (R) “Mr. Selfridge, Season 2” (Part 8 of 8) (See Sunday, 5/18 at 9pm) 2:00 DICK WINTERS: “HANG TOUGH” Damian Lewis narrates this look at respected World War II combat leader Major Richard D. Winters. 3:00 MEN WHO SAILED THE LIBERTY SHIPS Vivid firsthand accounts and archival footage illuminates the spirit of America’s Merchant Marines. 4:00 DAY OF DAYS: JUNE 6, 1944 Four D-Day veterans share their experiences at the Museum of World War II in Natick, Massachusetts. 5:00 PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND 5:30 A CONVERSATION (R) “College” (See Friday, 5/23 at 8:30pm) 6:00 CALIFORNIA’S GOLD “Skunk Train” Following the coastal “Redwood Route” as it has since 1885, the Skunk Train takes Huell on an inspiring ride through ageless redwoods and over spectacular mountains. (Repeats Monday, 5/26 at 1pm) 6:30 CALIFORNIA’S GOLD “Circus Trees” Bonfante Gardens is home to the last remaining trees created and woven by an extraordinary man. (Repeats Monday, 5/26 at 1:30pm) 7:00 THE MORMON TABERNACLE CHOIR SALUTES OUR ARMED FORCES This concert pays tribute to the men and women who have served the United States in times of war. 8:00 NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise co-host the 25th anniversary broadcast of the National Memorial Day Concert, a night of remembrance 28 May 2014

honoring the service and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform, their families and all those who have given their lives for our country. They are joined by an all-star line-up with the National Symphony Orchestra. (Repeats at 9:30pm, 12:30am–Joined in Progress, 1:30am and Monday, 5/26 at 3am & 4:30am)

11:00 INDEPENDENT LENS (R) “God Loves Uganda” (See Friday, 5/23 at 12am) 12:30 NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT (R) (Joined in Progress) 1:30 NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT (R) 3:00 IN PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE (R) “Women of Soul” (See Friday, 5/23 at 9pm) 4:00 IN PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE (R) “Memphis Soul” (See Friday, 5/23 at 10pm) 5:00 ESCAPE FROM A NAZI DEATH CAMP (R) (See Tuesday, 5/20 at 9pm)

MONDAY 26 8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Richmond” A “Bride of Frankenstein” pressbook and an 1890 Frank Henry Shapleigh oil painting are appraised. (Part 3 of 3) (Repeats Wednesday, 5/28 at 5pm and Thursday, 5/29 at 2am) 9:00 DEATH AND THE CIVIL WAR: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE Key battles and the immense implications of the Civil War’s staggering death toll are explored. (Repeats at 1am, Tuesday, 5/27 at 4am and Friday, 5/30 at 2am) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Tuesday, 5/27 at 4pm)


TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 DEATH AND THE CIVIL WAR: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE (R) 3:00 NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT (R) (See Sunday, 5/25 at 8pm) 4:30 NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT (R) (See Sunday, 5/25 at 8pm) midnight

TUESDAY 27 See pages 6-7 for weekday programming 6am-7:30pm

8:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE “Moving Forward” The drive that veterans often have of finding a new mission after returning from war is showcased. (Part 3 of 3) (Repeats at 1am,Wednesday, 5/28 at 4am and Saturday, 5/31 at 4am) 9:00 D-DAY UNCOVERED LiDAR technology is used to re-create the landscape of the D-Day invasion during World War II. (Repeats at 2am, Wednesday, 5/28 at 5am, Thursday, 5/29 at 5pm and Friday, 5/30 at 4am) 10:00 FRONTLINE “To Catch A Trader” Billionaire Steven A. Cohen and the largest insider trading scandal in US history are investigated. (Repeats at 3am & Sat., 5/31 at 3am) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Wednesday, 5/28 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE (R) 2:00 D-DAY UNCOVERED (R) 3:00 FRONTLINE (R) 4:00 DEATH AND THE CIVIL WAR: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE (R) (See Monday, 5/26 at 9pm)

WEDNESDAY 28 8:00 NATURE “American Eagle” The drama of the bald eagle’s nest is captured by Emmy-winning cinematographer Neil Rettig. (Repeats at 1am & Thur., 5/29 at 3am) 9:00 NOVA “D-Day’s Sunken Secrets” Dive teams

and underwater robots discover Allied crafts that sank during the invasion of Normandy. (Repeats at 2am, Thursday, 5/29 at 4am and Saturday, 5/31 at 1am) 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Thursday, 5/29 at 4pm) midnight TAVIS SMILEY 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 NATURE (R) 2:00 NOVA (R) 4:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE (R) “Moving Forward” (Part 3 of 3) (See Tuesday, 5/27 at 8pm) 5:00 D-DAY UNCOVERED (R) (See Tuesday, 5/27 at 9pm)

THURSDAY 29 8:00 RENO MAYORAL DEBATES Where do the candidates stand on the biggest issues to the biggest Little City? Brent Boynton and Anjeanette Damon host two back-to-back debates, asking questions of the top candidates for Reno mayor as judged by three objective criteria. 10:00 HEALING A.D.D. WITH DR. DANIEL AMEN, M.D. AND TANA AMEN, R.N.

The myths and misconceptions of Attention Deficit Disorder and the hallmark symptoms, 7 different types of A.D.D., and clear methods for healing A.D.D. are discussed. (Repeats Saturday, 5/31 at 1pm) midnight CHARLIE ROSE (Repeats Friday, 5/30 at 4pm) 1:00 THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR (Repeats Friday, 5/30 at 5am) 2:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW (R) “Richmond” (Part 3 of 3) (See Monday, 5/26 at 8pm) May 2014 29


3:00 NATURE (R) “American Eagle” (See Wednesday, 5/28 at 8pm) 4:00 NOVA (R) “D-Day’s Sunken Secrets” (See Wednesday, 5/28 at 9pm)

FRIDAY 30 8:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (Repeats at 1am & Sat. 5/31 at 5am) 8:30 A CONVERSATION Wouldn’t you like to develop your own product and create your own successful business? Reno entrepreneur Joe Dutra lives that dream through the Kimmie Candy Company, which exports sweet Nevada confections to the rest of the nation and beyond. Host Brent Boynton tours the factory and talks with Dutra about his progression from California farmer to one of the best-known stars of candy and entrepreneurship circles. 9:00 JESSE COOK LIVE AT THE BATHURST THEATRE Jesse Cook’s evocative music will transport you from Spain to Morocco; from France to Columbia and from Africa back home again with more stops in between. Amidst these signature works that explores culture and music, Jesse paces this elegant show with poignant and lyrical works that highlight the diverse strengths of a band that has long been dedicated to his artistic vision. 10:30 JOURNEY 2014: DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’ In March of 2009, the rock band Journey introduced Arnel Pineda as their new lead singer to a crowd of nearly 30,000 at the SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds. Songs from the concert include Faithfully, Anyway You Want It, and the seminal Don’t Stop Believing. (Repeats Saturday, 5/31 at 12am) 30 May 2014

11:30 CHARLIE ROSE 12:30 TAVIS SMILEY 1:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (R) 1:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (Repeats Saturday, 5/31 at 5:30pm & 5:30am) 2:00 DEATH AND THE CIVIL WAR: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE (R) (See Monday, 5/26 at 9pm) 4:00 D-DAY UNCOVERED (R) (See Tuesday, 5/27 at 9pm) 5:00 THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR (R)

SATURDAY 31 6:00 DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD 6:30 MARTHA SPEAKS 7:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 7:30 BOB THE BUILDER 8:00 SUZE ORMAN’S FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS FOR YOU Suze Orman provides advice to help individual viewers “find financial solutions for you.” Suze’s advice is based not just on numbers, but on a critical understanding of ourselves and our emotional needs. The special’s central theme is that our financial decision-making should be guided by an understanding of “the goal of money.” (Repeats at 3pm) 10:00 JOY BAUER’S FOOD REMEDIES Joy Bauer explores and explains serious health issues in a fun and friendly format — all with a step-by-step action plan. Bauer has been a nutritionist for more than two decades and helped her patients learn the proper foods to eat to lose weight and gain health. And perhaps most importantly, she motivates people to take the first steps towards better health through what they eat.


11:30 30 DAYS TO A YOUNGER HEART WITH DR. STEVEN MASLEY, M.D.

Steven Masley, M.D. shares three simple steps that will help reverse the onset of aging and heart disease. His 3 step Heart Tune-Up program is a guide to making lifestyle changes that significantly reduce the likelihood of developing cardiovascular disease. He specifically discusses the impact food, nutrients, and exercise have on making a measurable difference in the reduction of arterial plaque. 1:00 HEALING A.D.D. WITH DR. DANIEL AMEN, M.D. AND TANA AMEN, R.N. (R) (See Thursday, 5/29 at 10pm) 3:00 SUZE ORMAN’S FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS FOR YOU (R) (See today at 8am) 5:00 PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND 5:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (R) (Repeats at 5:30am) 6:00 THE BIG BAND YEARS Nick Clooney and Peter Marshall host a nostalgic look at hit makers and songs of the 1930s and 40s. Vintage live, rare, and unreleased footage from the Big Band days are featured. 8:00 50S & 60S PARTY SONGS (MY MUSIC) My Music presents original archival performances from the 1950s and 1960s that had American teens dancing. Featuring dance and party tunes from rock pioneers including Bill Haley and Little Richard to frat rock bands The Kingsmen and Tommy James and The Shondells, with Motown masters and more. 10:00 THE GRATEFUL DEAD – DEAD AHEAD The luminous performances on Dead Ahead, filmed in October 1980, captured the Dead at a moment of transformation, when the band took a reckoning of their history through the lens of a marathon run of shows. Recorded at Radio City Music Hall the

performances on Dead Ahead marked the culmination of a month long musical odyssey. midnight JOURNEY 2014: DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’ (R) (See Friday, 5/30 at 10:30pm)

1:00 NOVA (R) “D-Day’s Sunken Secrets” (See Wednesday, 5/28 at 9pm) 3:00 FRONTLINE (R) “To Catch A Trader” (See Tuesday, 5/27 at 10pm) 4:00 COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE (R) “Moving Forward” (Part 3 of 3) (See Tuesday, 5/27 at 8pm) 5:00 WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL (R) 5:30 CHARLIE ROSE: THE WEEK (R)

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KNPB Create offers lifestyle programming in 5 genres: Cooking, Arts & Crafts, Gardening, Home Improvement & Travel

Watch over the air on 5.2. KNPB Create has moved to Channel 184 on Charter Digital Cable To see the entire lineup go to knpb.org/whats-on

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Contact Corporate Support and connect your business to KNPB CREATE. Staci Nauman Director of Corporate Support 775.682.7804 stacin@knpb.org Theresa Cooke Corporate Account Executive 775.682.7786 theresac@knpb.org 32 May 2014


PROGRAMS BY SUBJECT CHILDREN’S Arthur, Weekdays at 7am Bob the Builder, Saturdays at 7:30am Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Weekdays at 8:30am, Sundays at 7:30am Clifford the Big Red Dog, Weekdays at 6am Curious George, Weekdays at 8am, Weekends at 7am Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Weekdays at 11am, Saturdays at 6am Dinosaur Train, Weekdays at 9:30am, Sundays at 8:30am Martha Speaks, Saturdays at 6:30am National Geographic Bee 2014, 5/23 at noon Peg + Cat, Weekdays at 9am, Sundays at 8am Sesame Street, Weekdays at 10am, Sundays at 6am Sid the Science Kid, Weekdays at noon, ex. 5/23 Super Why!, Weekdays at 11:30am Thomas & Friends, Weekdays at 12:30pm, ex. 5/23 Wild Kratts, Weekdays at 7:30am WordGirl, Weekdays at 6:30am

COMEDY As Times Goes By, Saturdays at 8:30pm, ex. 5/31 Keeping Up Appearances, Saturdays at 8pm, ex. 5/31

DOCUMENTARY American Masters, 5/1 at 8pm, 5/16 at 9pm A Breakfast Special, 5/28 at 2:30pm The Civil War: The Untold Story, Carol Burnett: The Market Twain Prize, 5/2 at 9pm Coming Back with Wes Moore, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27 at 8pm Craft in America, 5/2 at 3am Day of Days: June 6th, 1944, 5/22 at 5pm, 5/25 at 4pm Death and the Civil War: American Experience, 5/26 at 9pm D-Day Uncovered, 5/27 at 9pm Dick Winters: “Hang Tough,” 5/25 at 2pm Eagles of Mercy, 5/8 at 9pm Escape from A Nazi Death Camp, 5/20 at 9pm Great Museums, 5/27 at 2pm History Detectives, Mondays at 2pm, Saturdays at 9am, ex. 5/31 I Create, 5/16 at 3:30am Independent Lens, 5/2 at 12am, 5/6 at 4am, 5/9 at 12am, 5/16 at 12am, 5/20 at 4am, 5/23 at 12am Men Who Sailed the Liberty Ships, 5/25 at 3pm Nazi Mega Weapons, 5/7, 5/14 at 10pm Pioneers of Television, 5/1 at 2am, 5/4 at 7pm, 5/6 at 8pm Ruben Salazar: Man in The Middle – A Voces Special Presentation, 5/1 at 3am Secrets of Chatsworth, 5/11 at 10pm Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace, 5/5 at 10pm

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Secrets of Scotland Yard, 5/19 at 10pm Unsung Heroes: the Story of America’s Female Patriots, 5/22 at 8pm & 9pm

DRAMA The Bletchley Circle, ends 5/4 at 10pm Call the Midwife, Sundays at 8pm, ends 5/18 Masterpiece Classic, Sundays at noon and Sundays at 9pm, ex. 5/25 Masterpiece Mystery!, Saturdays at 9pm, ex. 5/31

HEALTH 30 Days to A Younger Heart, 5/31 at 11:30am American Health Journal, Fridays at 5pm Joy Bauer’s Food Remedies, 5/31 at 10am Healing A.D.D. with Dr. Daniel Amen, M.D. and Tana Amen, R.N., 5/29 at 10pm Second Opinion, Fridays at 5:30pm

HOW-TO’S Antiques Roadshow, 5/3 at 8am, Mondays at 8pm & 9pm, ex. 5/26 at 8pm only America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated, Saturdays at noon, ex. 5/31 Ask This Old House, Saturdays at 11am, ex. 5/31 The Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins, Thursdays at 1pm Best of the Joy of Painting, Thursdays at 1:30pm Chef John Besh’s Family Table, 5/3, 5/10 at 12:30pm *EZ Tech University Saturdays at 3:30pm, ends 5/24 Hometime, Saturdays at 11:30am, ex. 5/31 Wednesdays at 1pm Julia Child: Cooking with Master Chefs, Saturdays at 2pm, ex. 5/31 Lidia’s Kitchen, Saturdays at 1:30pm, ex. 5/31 Martha Bakes – NEW SEASON! 5/17, 5/24 at 12:30pm Martha Stewart’s Cooking School, Saturdays at 1pm, ex. 5/31 Motorweek, Saturdays at 10am ex. 5/31 Sew It All, Fridays at 1pm Sewing with Nancy, Fridays at 1:30pm Simply Ming, Saturdays at 2:30pm, ex. 5/31 Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You, 5/31 at 8am This Old House, Saturdays at 10:30am, ex. 5/31 This Old House Hour, Thursdays at 1am Woodsmith Shop, Wednesdays at 1:30pm

MUSIC / PERFORMANCE 50s & 60s Party Songs, 5/31 at 8pm The Big Band Years, 5/31 at 6pm Brit Floyd: Live at Red Rocks, 5/17 at 12am, 5/24 at 10:30pm


First air date is listed, please see listings for repeat programming information. Austin City Limits, 5/3, 5/10, 5/17 at 11pm, 5/24 at 12am The Grateful Dead – Dead Ahead, 5/31 at 10pm Great Performances at the Met, 5/18 at 1pm Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings, 5/9 at 10pm Jesse Cook Live at the Bathurst Theatre, 5/30 at 9pm Journey 2014: Don’t Stop Believin’, 5/30 at 10:30pm In Performance at the White House, 5/23 at 9pm & 10pm Lawrence Welk Show, Saturdays at 6pm Live from the Artist’s Den, Saturdays 5/3, 5/10 at 12am The Mormon Tabernacle Choir Salutes Our Armed Forces, 5/25 at 7pm National Memorial Day Concert, 5/25 at 8pm & 9:30pm Pennsylvania Ballet at 50, 5/2 at 2am, 5/18 at 4pm Silk Road: Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma: Live from Tanglewood, 5/9 at 9pm

NEVADA & THE WEST *A Conversation, Fridays at 8:30pm, Sundays at 5:30pm California’s Gold, Sundays at 6pm & 6:30pm, ex. 5/18 at 6pm only *House with a History, Tuesdays at 1:30pm, Saturdays at 10:30pm, ex. 5/24, 5/31 *Poetry Out Loud 2013, 5/8 at 8:30pm *Poetry Out Loud 2014, 5/8 at 8pm *Reno Mayoral Debates, 5/29 at 8pm *Wild Nevada, Tuesdays at 1pm, Sat. at 3pm, ex. 5/31 *The Work of Art, 5/12 at 10pm *The Work of Art: Artown, 5/15 at 8pm & 9:30pm

NEWS & INFORMATION BBC World News, Weeknights at 6pm Charlie Rose, Weeknights at 11pm, ex. 5/29 at 12am, 5/30 at 11:30pm Repeats weekdays at 4pm Charlie Rose: The Week, Fridays at 1:30am, Saturdays at 5:30pm & 5:30am Frontline, 5/3 at 2am, Tuesdays at 10pm, ex. 5/13 at 9pm McLaughlin Group, Sundays at 11:30am PBS NewsHour, Weekdays at 3pm & 6:30pm PBS NewsHour Weekend, Weekends at 5pm Nightly Business Report, Weeknights at 7:30pm Tavis Smiley, Monday - Thursday at 12am & 12:30am, ex. 5/29, Friday, 5/30 at 12:30am Washington Week with Gwen Ifill, Fridays at 8pm

SCIENCE & NATURE Katmai: Alaska’s Wild Peninsula, 5/6 at 5:30am

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Nature, 5/1 at 4am, Wednesdays at 8pm NOVA, 5/1 at 5am,Wednesdays at 9pm Return of the Wolves: The Next Chapter, 5/25 at 10am Ribbon of Sand, 5/13 at 5:30am Secrets of the Dead, 5/6 at 9pm

TRAVELS & EXPLORATIONS Conquistadors with Michael Wood, 5/11 at 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm GlobeTrekker, Thursdays, 5/1, 5/8 at 2pm Pacific Heartbeat, 5/22, 5/26, 5/29 at 2pm Rick Steves’ Europe — NEW DAY & TIME Sundays at 11am

COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD MEETINGS The KNPB Community Advisory Board Meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month. These meetings begin at 2pm and are held at KNPB 1670 North Virginia Street in Reno, Nevada and are open to the public. Information is available at knpb.org or by calling 784.4555. May 15 at 2pm in the KNPB Community Room.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mendy Elliott, Chair Rodney Sanford, Vice Chair Mark Herron, Treasurer   Chuck Alvey, Secretary Gail Sande, Past Chair Be-Be Adams John Owens Kathie Bartlett Dr. Maria Sheehan Greg Brower Michael Thomas Lisa Carano Lori Tuntland Tim Crowley Sue Wagner David Dehls Mike Draper EMERITUS Heidi Foster BOARD Martin Gastanaga Bill Bradley Nora James Scott Craigie M. Donald Kowitz Mark Knobel Matthew LaBranch Eric Lackshin HONORARY Genie Mack LIFETIME Bernice Mathews MEMBERS Kurt A. Mische Greg Mosier Joan Bradley (1927-2004) L. Mark Newman Robert Pearce (1922-2010) Terry Oliver Dick Schuster (1927-2005) The KNPB Board of Trustees will meet May 8 at 4:30pm in the KNPB Community Room. Call 784-4555 for more information.

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AARP Abbi Agency Asian Noodles Audi Reno Tahoe Bender Group Better Business Bureau Bidart & Ross Bill Pearce Motors Boys & Girls Club Cabinet & Lighting Capital Public Radio Carson Mall Carson Tahoe Health Casa de Vida The Chamber Charlene Greenlund - Coldwell Banker Select Real Estate Cherry Bomb Catering City National Bank Clark Pest Control Consign Furniture Dentistry for Kids Digiprint Dolan Auto Group DynaGraphic Printing Edge Merchant Services E.L. Cord Foundations Episcopal Diocese of Nevada The Gem Gallery Gene Gardella - Allstate Agent Generation Boomer Gilson AutoBody The Glenn Group Great Basin FCU Greg’s Garage

Hanifin’s Antiques Heritage Bank Hinman & Associates Insurance Hollylocks Hot August Nights Hot Pot Fondue IGT Interstate U-Stor IQ Systems JLH Inc. Lotus Radio - 94.5 ESPN Lotus Radio - 104.5 KDOT Lotus Radio - 1450 KHIT Lotus Radio - 105.7 KOZZ May Museum Mac-O-Rama Mass Media Mercedes Benz of Reno Miller and Trujillo Pediatric Dentistry Milne Towing Nevada Museum of Art Nevada State Bank Nevada State Museum Nevada State Treasurer Noble Studios Northern Nevada Business      Weekly Northern Nevada Coin Nothing To It NV Energy Pangborn & Co. Ltd. Playful Potter Promenade on the River ProSpinal Inc Quality Floors 4 Less

R & R Partners Regina Lockwood - Realtor Reno Aces Baseball Club Reno Fam on the Go Reno Gazette Journal Reno News & Review Reno Type Reno Vulcanizing Works Renown Health Sage Financial Advisors Saint Mary’s Hospital Senior Spectrum Newspapers Sew-N-Such Sierra Nevada Kids Directory SJS Jewelry House The Sleep Shop Somerset Golf & Country Club Southgate Coins Sparks Tribune Squeeze In Sunflower Preschool LTD Tanner’s Marketplace Thompson Broadcast &    Production Media TMCC United FCU University of Nevada, Reno US Bank Foundations USA Fit Kids Utah Shakespeare Festival Van Allen Plumbing Western Nevada Supply Whispering Vine Wine Co. Wilks Broadcast “The X” WIN Windy Moon Quilts

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KNPB Congratulates Gail Sande for receiving the 2014 National Advocacy Award presented by the Association of Public Television Stations. She was honored for helping further Public Television’s legislative goals during her terms as a member of the APTS Board of Trustees. We are grateful for Gail’s contributions on behalf of Public Television, KNPB and our community. Photo courtesy Phil Humnicky May 2014 37


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