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Jean Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures A generation ago, Jacques Cousteau revealed the oceans' mysteries to millions of landlocked PBS television viewers and inspired a groundswell of public awareness of the unique problems faced by the world's marine environments. Now, 30 years later, Jacques' son Jean-Michel Cousteau and his team of "oceanauts" have set sail to explore dangerous and spectacular locales across the globe in this three-part special. Sea Ghosts: 2 Wednesday, April 8, 7pm Killer Whales, Parts 1 & 2: 2 Wednesday, April 22, 8pm Sea Ghosts: LIFE Friday, April 10, 4pm

American Masters Glass: A Portrait

of Philip in Twelve Parts

An eventful year in the career and personal life of distinquished composer Philip Glass.

2 Wednesday, April 8, 8pm LIFE Sunday, April 12, 4pm

Frontline: Black Money

Linguists

Examines the world of international bribery and reveals the shadowy dealings of multinational companies.

Follow scientists racing to document languages on the verge of extinction.

2 Thursday, April 9, 11pm

2 Tuesday, April 7, 9pm

History Project: Digging For Jesus Explore ten top archaeological digs that take us closer to revealing more about the man from Galilee.

2 Thursday, April 9, 8pm

Independent Lens: Recycle

Andrew Jackson: Good, Evil and the Presidency

This biography of America's seventh president explores whether Americans should celebrate Jackson or apologize for him.

2 Monday, April 6, 8pm LIFE Thursday, April 9, 3pm

Frontline: The Soldier's Heart Tells the stories of soldiers who have come home from Iraq haunted by their experiences and asks whether the government is doing enough to help.

2 Tuesday, April 7, 8pm 10

Ride shotgun with ex-Mujahideen fighter Abu Amar as he scours the streets to earn a meager living and struggles with his faith and the social realities of life in the Middle East.

2 Sunday, April 5, 10:30pm LIFE Saturday, April 11, 11pm

NOVA: Doctors' Diaries This is the last installment in the series that began in 1987 and followed seven students starting out at Harvard Medical School. Now, we return one last time and see what kind of doctors and people they have become. Part One: 2 Tuesday, April 7, 7pm Part Two: 2 Tuesday, April 14, 7pm Part One: LIFE Wednesday, April 8, 3pm Part Two: LIFE Wednesday, April 15, 3pm

Independent Lens: Milking the Rhino Examines the deepening conflict between humans and animals in an ever-shrinking world and how poachers can be turned into preservationists.

2 Sunday, April 12, 10:30pm LIFE Saturday, April 18, 10pm a •vz April-May 2009

tpt Magazine - April | May 2009  

Twin Cities Public Television magazine. April and May 2009 program guide.

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