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ON THE COVER Music Month

This Icon Will Appear Throughout the Magazine to Indicate a Music Show.

Music does more than just entertain, it moves us, it informs us, it inspires us. This June a brings you the very best in televised musical performances. From the classic sounds of Yo-Yo Ma to Josh Groban to Neil Young, you'll have the opportunity to indulge all your musical tastes.

Freedom Songs: The Music of the Civil Rights Movement

They were America's rhythm rebels, and the spirit of what they created then lives on today. From Billie Holiday to Mahalia Jackson and Aretha Franklin, and from Curtis Mayfield and Sly Stone to Gil Scott Heron, Freedom Songs documents how a few daring musical innovators stood at the vortex of two revolutions – one cultural, the other musical – and forever changed America and the world. 22 Wednesday, June 3, 10:30pm LIFE Sunday, June 7, 10pm

Live From Lincoln Center:

Josh Groban, An Evening in New York City: A Soundstage Special Event Josh Groban performs favorites from his best selling albums in an intimate theatre setting in this special event. Taped at Rose Hall at "Jazz at Lincoln Center" in New York City, this stunning performance features special guest appearances and includes "Alla Luce del Sole," "You Are Loved (Don't Give Up)" and "February Song."

Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble Join Cellist Yo-Yo Ma for a celebration of music from the four corners of the Earth. The Silk Road Ensemble, a collective of approximately 60 internationally renowned musicians, composers, arrangers, visual artists and storytellers from more than 20 countries, accompany him and celebrate global connections.

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The Big Band Years

My Music presents a "Big Band" music retrospective featuring the biggest songs that got us through World War II and kick started the baby boom. This warm and nostalgic program compiles the original hit makers and legends that define the era and mixes vintage live, rare, and unreleased footage from the Big Band days. 22 Monday, June 8, 8:10pm LIFE Tuesday, June 2, 6pm 2

Great Performances: Stevie Wonder: Live At Last In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Motown Records, Great Performances presents Stevie Wonder in a tour de force concert performance at London's O2 Arena. This legend has won 22 Grammy awards in his four-decade long career; enjoy Stevie's expert fusion of soul, funk, and R&B styles and some of his favorite hits including "Signed, Sealed, Delivered, (I'm Yours)." 22 Wednesday, June 3, 7pm LIFE Monday, June 8, 8pm

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American Masters: Neil Young: Don't Be Denied

From his first success with Buffalo Springfield to the bipolar opposites of soulful rock with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and the raucous noise of Crazy Horse, Neil Young's career has enjoyed many guises. Neil grants rare and unprecedented access for this insightful documentary. 2 Wednesday, June 10, 8:30pm a •vz June-July 2009


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PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Focusing On The Things We Value

One of the things I am most proud of as President of a is our ability to have a tangible, positive impact on our community. We do this in a variety of ways, but perhaps none of them has been as broad in its reach as the MN Channel, which has allowed us to further the work of many organizations in our community. We created the MN Channel six years ago as a unique place to feature programming that is from or about Minnesota and its close neighbors. Since then, we have created hundreds of new programs, many produced in partnership with Minnesota's finest nonprofit and public service organizations.

What does this mean for you, our members? It means that when you support a , you are also supporting the vital work of a wide variety of organizations in our community. It means that your membership dollars help inform the community at large about important local issues.

Right now, community organizations like a need all the support they can get. So if you can make a gift at this time, to a or any of our MN Channel partners, you will be helping our community get through these rough times. This is at the core of what a is all about: Being of service to others in the community who share our mission; who understand that TV isn't just a distraction; who understand that it can also help educate, inspire and build stronger communities. We thank you for your support, which makes these partnerships possible. Every time you donate, you help strengthen the nonprofit community, and by extension, our community as a whole.

Just in the past few months, the MN Channel has partnered with a wide variety of organizations to address topics including local environmental issues, ending hunger and helping individuals break out of cycles of poverty. James R. Pagliarini

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HIGHLIGHTS JUNE 1 -7

Dr. Wayne Dyer: Excuses Be Gone! Dr. Wayne Dyer presents a brand new program, based on his latest book. In Excuses Be Gone!, his goal is simple: to help viewers learn how to overcome lifetime thinking habits that keep us from maximizing our full potential. The show addresses the powerfully transformative process of changing habituated ways of thinking that limit our beliefs in what we can achieve. Through Dr. Dyer's process of identifying excuses which are self-defeating, he also teaches that we can choose our way of thinking and move into new realms of possibility. 2 Tuesday, June 2, 7pm LIFE Thursday, June 4, 7pm

Britcom Fans! Tune in for a special Britcom event and help keep the laughs coming!

2 Monday, June 1, 10pm

John Denver: The Wildlife Concert This intimate 1995 concert features the songs that made John Denver an American treasure, including "Rocky Mountain High," and "Take Me Home, Country Roads," as well as candid interviews that express Denver's commitment to nature.

2 Monday, June 1, 8:30pm LIFE Friday, June 5, 8:30pm

Rick Steve's European Insights Rick experiences France's beautiful Burgundy region, cruises the shores of Lake Como, and documents some of the unexpected challenges and surprises of producing this popular travel series.

2 Monday, June 1, 11:30pm

Never Stop Singing Minnesota is renowned for its outstanding choral music. Explore that passion with musicians & composers in a co-production with producer Peter Myers.

Paul Simon: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize Join an all-star gathering of musicians at a concert celebrating Paul Simon, the recipient of the first annual Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.

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LIFE Sunday, June 7, 8pm

Lost Twin Cities Learn about the lost buildings and cultures of the Twin Cities area.

2 Monday, June 1, 7pm LIFE Wednesday, June 3, 8:30pm

Magnificent Mind at Any Age with Dr. Daniel Amen

Great Performances: Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood: In Concert from Madison Square Garden Guitar legend Eric Clapton and his longtime friend Steve Winwood reunite for a once in a lifetime concert at New York's Madison Square Garden.

LIFE Tuesday, June 2, 8pm

Explore the many natural ways that we can not only keep our brains healthy as we age, but improve and enhance our brain power.

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(6:00) America’s Home Cooking: Easy Recipes for Thrifty Cooking Heart Healthy Yoga: Yoga for the

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Opium Use: A Immigrant The Seven Voyages of Zheng He Hmong Perspective Stories Revealed

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Rick Steves’ Insider’s Europe

BBC World News

Worldfocus

Charlie Rose

(6:00) Big Band Years

Great Performances: Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood: In Concert

BBC World News

Juan Cole: Internet and War On Terror

Building Our Future

10-J: The History of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

from Madison Square Garden

Tales of the Road: Highway 61 Minnesota Regiments

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Change Your Brain, Change Your Life

Inside The Boardroom: Susan Engel

Paul Simon: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize

Great Performances: Stevie Wonder: Live at Last

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Health Care: US and German Health Care, 2006 Rare Visions Parklands of Models for Change & Roadside... the Midwest

Dr. Wayne Dyer: Excuses Begone

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As Time Goes By My Hero: Top of the Table

Lost Twin Cities

Almanac: Hands- Greatest Generation Film On History Showcase 3

Moody Blues at the Royal Albert Hall

BBC World News World War II Stories: Europe

Charlie Rose

Rare Visions Parklands of & Roadside... the Midwest

Freedom Songs: The Music of the Civil Rights Movement Charlie Rose

Making of Milwaukee

Great Performances: One Night with Rod Stewart

Worldfocus

Worldfocus Rare Visions Taste of the & Roadside... Midwest with

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Charlie Rose

Worldfocus

Out of the Air Into Reducing Our New Energy The Soil Carbon Footprint

Food, Fuel and Crane Song Climate Change

Iron Country: The Mesabi Replaces The Rare Visions Taste of the & Roadside... Midwest with Vermilion As The Great Mining Frontier

Almanac

(8:25) Now On

Great Performances: Stevie Wonder: Live at Last

Washington Week

Moveable Feast with America’s Favorite Chefs

PBS

Bill Moyers Journal

John Denver: The Wildlife Concert

Fri Age Well, Live Well: A Town Hall Forum

Creative Power Shared Values: Joining Forces to End Hunger of Aging Health ...

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Almanac

Worldfocus Rare Visions Taste of the & Roadside... Midwest with

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Nikki Giovanni On Poetry & Truth Urban Youth Poets: Quest for the Voice

3-Minute Egg

En Familia

Vietnamese News

Belahdan

Echo: HIV and AIDS Awareness

Victor Borge: 100 Years of Music & Laughter!

Josh Groban, An Evening In New York City: A Soundstage Special Event

Magnificent Mind at Any Age with Dr. Daniel Amen

Paul Simon: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize

Fillmore: The Last Days

Freedom Songs: The Music of the Civil Rights Movement

Getting There

Land of Lakes Choirboys

Never Stop Singing

Inside The Boardroom: Thia Breen

Roy Orbison & Friends

Living with a Hole In Your Pocket Rhetoric of Political Ads

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Rhapsody in Blue

Bill Cosby Live

FrI jUL 24 8Pm

SaT jUn 27 4Pm & 8Pm

Salute to America!

A Fourth of July Weekend Celebration SUn jUL 5 2Pm

Andrew Litton, conductor and piano

BILL COSBy

SaT jUL 25 8Pm

Andrew Litton, conductor Chad Hoopes, violin

Sarah Hicks, conductor

Orchestra Finals of the Minnesota International Piano-e-Competition

Vivaldi’s Four Seasons

Tom and Dick SARAH HICkS

THU jUL 9 7:30Pm & FrI jUL 10 12 noon & 8Pm

Special guest: The Yo-Yo Man SUn jUL 26 2Pm

Coffee Concert:

Chamber Music with Andrew

Mark Russell Smith, conductor Finalists of the Minnesota International Piano-e-Competition

Chamber Music with Osmo

Andrew Litton, piano Members of the Minnesota Orchestra OSMO VänSkä

A Night in Vienna

tHe 5 BROwnS

A Mendelssohn Salute FrI jUL 31 8Pm AndRew LIttOn

FamILY maTInee ConCerT

Peter and the Wolf

Complete Opera in Concert SaT aUG 1 8Pm PeteR And tHe wOLF

Beethoven’s Fifth SaT jUL 18 8Pm

Osmo Vänskä, conductor

“1964” The Tribute SUn jUL 19 7Pm

“The No. 1 Beatles Show On Earth” Rolling Stone Magazine

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“1964” tHe tRIBute

PIPer jaFFraY jaZZ aT orCHeSTra HaLL

Irvin Mayfield Quintet

with the Minnesota Orchestra THU jUL 23 7:30Pm Andrew Litton, conductor and piano Irvin Mayfield, curator and trumpet

Andrew Litton, conductor Andrew Staupe, piano

Opera Finale: Aida

with the Minnesota Orchestra SaT jUL 18 2Pm Mischa Santora, conductor

The 5 Browns

THU jUL 30 7:30Pm

Favorites from Strauss, Mozart and More! FrI jUL 17 8Pm Andrew Litton, conductor Burt Hara, clarinet | Michael Gast, horn

tHe SMOtHeRS BROtHeRS

SUn jUL 26 7Pm

FrI jUL 17 11am

Osmo Vänskä, clarinet Members of the Minnesota Orchestra

CHAd HOOPeS

The Smothers Brothers Show

IRVIn MAyFIeLd

Andrew Litton, conductor Latonia Moore, soprano (aida) elena Bocharova, mezzo-soprano (amneris) Carl tanner, tenor (radamès) eric Owens, bass (amonasro) Chester Patton, bass-baritone (ramfis) Raymond Aceto, bass (king) Minnesota Chorale

POSt-SOmmERfESt fun!

PRE-SOmmERfESt fun!

U.S. Bank Weekender PoPS

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LAtOnIA MOORe

PIPer jaFFraY jaZZ aT orCHeSTra HaLL

Ramsey Lewis Trio

THU aUG 13 7:30Pm

Irvin Mayfield, curator and co-host Ramsey Lewis, piano and co-host Larry Gray, bass | Leon Joyce, Jr., drums with special guest Bruce Henry, vocals

RAMSey LewIS

music clips online @ minnesotaorchestra.org

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Getting There How do you know when you are financially prepared to retire? Are you confused by Medicare? How do you leverage life experiences and previous careers into civic engagement? These are just some of the questions tackled by host Jan Smaby and her guests as they explore new ways to think about life in Minnesota for those over 50. This series examines everything from fitness and nutrition to technology. Jan welcomes experts in the field and community members to provide

d Sundays, June 7 - July 26 at 7pm

insights and resources.

c Sundays, June 14 - July 26 at 11:30am

Everyday Trauma: Kids’ Mental Wellness Poverty, abuse or neglect – it is what many children in our community face. Lacking mental wellness, children are often misunderstood, labeled and channeled by society into the “cradle to prison” pipeline. Go in-depth and learn about what can truly make a difference in the lives of our future generations.

d Sunday, June 14, 7:30pm c Sunday, June 21, 12pm

In Recognition of National HIV Testing Day we are airing a series of three culturallyspecific programs for Minnesota's African American, Pan-African and Latino communities. All were created in partnership with Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department. Getting Right with AIDS d Sunday, June 21, 9pm

c Sunday, June 7, 1:30pm

Legacy of a Leader: Elmer Andersen Governor, statesman, philanthropist, University Regent, business owner, book collector, family man – and an inspiration to all Minnesotans. After overcoming early hardships, Elmer Andersen lived most of his 94 years in service to his adopted state of Minnesota, and became one of its most legendary, and most appreciated, leaders. Co-produced with the University of Minnesota Libraries.

Kuwu Nguyu: Living Well with AIDS d Sunday, June 21, 9:30pm

c Sunday, June 7, 1:00pm SIDA Sin Miedo – AIDS Without Fear (in Spanish) d Sunday, June 21, 10:00pm

d Sunday, June 14, 8:30pm c Sunday, June 21, 12:30pm

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Masterpiece Mystery!: Wallander

Kenneth Branagh stars as "the Norse Morse," Inspector Kurt Wallander, the scruffy Swedish sleuth created by bestselling author Henning Mankell. In three whodunits, Mankell pits his hero against the creeping malaise affecting contemporary Sweden, where permissiveness and the collapse of the welfare state are slowly undermining the spirit of law and order. A maelstrom of bizarre crimes tax Wallander's wits. As the clues add up, Wallander always seems to be one step behind the killer.

2 Sunday, June 14, 9pm www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/mystery

Fillmore: The Last Days

Nature: Killers in Eden

A gritty, behind-the-scenes look at the last days of the Fillmore West, the storied San Francisco venue which was an integral part of the West Coast music scene of the '60s. This is a fascinating moment in rock history and a showcase for great performances by iconic artists who epitomized "the San Francisco Sound."

This is the extraordinary story of interspecies cooperation between killer whales and whalers in Australia as they joined in hunts for migrating baleen whales, a partnership that lasted nearly 100 years.

2 Sunday, June 14, 7pm LIFE Wednesday, June 17, 4pm

Only in the Castro with Trevor Hailey A lighthearted film that follows renown walking tour guide Trevor Hailey as she takes San Francisco visitors on a hilarious half hour romp through the backstreets and back stories of the world's most celebrated gay neighborhood.

2 Sunday, June 14, 11:30pm

Magic Moments - The Best Of 50's Pop Go back to the 1950s pop days with Patti Page, Perry Como, Debbie Reynolds, and

2 Wednesday, June 10, 10pm

Pat Boone.

LIFE Monday, June 8, 6pm

Roy Orbison & Friends: A Black and White Night

Globe Trekker: Gl obe Trekker Special: Volcanoes, Ring of Fire

The Trekkers explore the world's most spectacular volcanoes, traveling from Pompeii, Stromboli and Santorini in Italy and Greece to Krakatoa and Mt. Fuji in Indonesia and Japan.

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This triumphant performance for Roy Orbison is buoyed by a remarkable cast of "A-list" Roy Orbison fans who signed on as his accompanists including Elvis Costello, k.d. lang, Bonnie Raitt, Bruce Springsteen, and Tom Waits. 2 Wednesday, June 10, 11:30pm

The Big Show: People Will Talk A medical professor (Cary Grant) marries a student (Jeanne Crain) pregnant by another man.

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Soundstage: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Live from Gatorville The band performs songs from their three decade career, including rarely played gems, influential covers, and songs from Petty's solo album, Highway Companion.

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Charlie Rose

Worldfocus

Conflict Resolution: Swedish & Norwegian Experience

On The Frontline: Troop A In Iraq

Genocide Again: Darfur

Hope for Human Album Trafficking Victims

Taste of the Midwest

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Thomas Friedman On Globalization

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News and Audience Responsibilities

Fresh Duluth

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Bold Experiment: Do The Media Understand Met Council at 40 Poverty?

Worldfocus Album

Taste of the Midwest

American Masters: Neil Young: Don’t Be Denied

Fillmore: The Last Days

Roy Orbison & Friends

Victor Borge: 100 Years of Music & Laughter!

Josh Groban, An Evening In New York City: A Soundstage Special Event

BBC World News

Worldfocus

Return of the Sacred Pole

Almanac: HandsOn History

In Julia’s Kitchen

World War II Stories: Pacific

Making of Milwaukee

Album

Timewatch: The First Blitz

MI-5: A Prayer for My Daughter

As Time Goes My Hero By

Globe Trekker: Globe Trekker

New Scandinavian Burt Wolf: Travels Travelscope Cooking & Traditions

Deep Dish with William Arntz

Home Or High Stewards of the Last of the Rainwater Basins Water Land

Almanac

Washington Week

Now On PBS Made In Spain

Ciao Italia

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

Food Trip with Todd English

La Vida No Es Justa

Journeyman

Drug Courts: Drugs & Alcohol: Justice That Heals Immigrant Persp.

Home Or High Water

Special: Volcanoes, Ring of Fire

Charlie Rose

Worldfocus Album

Taste of the Midwest

Bill Moyers Journal

Red Green Show

Red Green Show

Eastenders

Eastenders

Rick Steves’ Europe

Make:

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Parenting: Ready, Set Go

Parenting: Ready, Set Go

Almanac

Album

American Masters: Neil

Soundstage: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

The Big Show: People Will Talk

Iron Mining Began (1889-1901)

Young: Don’t Be Denied

Worldfocus

P.O.V.: The Education of Shelby Knox

Nordic Making An Roots Primer Opera

Stage Directions: 60 Years with the Black Hills Playhouse

Nature: Killers In Eden

Lark Rise to Candleford

How Art Made The World:

Globe Trekker: Globe Trekker

Getting There

BBC World News

3-Minute Egg

En Familia

Vietnamese News

Masterpiece Mystery!: Wallander : One Step

Behind

Special: Volcanoes, Ring of Fire

Everyday Trauma: Understanding Legacy of a Kids’ Mental... Mental Illness... Leader

Taste of the Midwest

Iron Country: The Mesabi: How

America’s Home Cooking: Easy Recipes for Thrifty Cooking

More Human Than Human

Charlie Rose

Greatest Generation Showcase 2: The War

Sara’s Weeknight Daisy Cooks! Meals

Antiques Roadshow: Grand

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John Denver: The Wildlife Concert

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Beyond Diplomacy

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This Old House Hour: Weston

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Great Performances: Stevie Wonder: Live at Last

Road Ensemble

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Magic Moments - The Best of 50’s Pop

Live from Lincoln Center: Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk

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(10:10) Paul Simon: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize

Belahdan

Taste of the Midwest

P.O.V. Echo: Folic Acid and Prenatal Care

Anyone and Everyone

Only in the Castro

Austin City Limits: Bloc Party/ Ghostland Observatory

Legends & Lyrics: Kenny Loggins, Richard Marx, 3 Doors Down

Soundstage: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus:

Safe at Home

Call to Justice

Reflections On Meth Addiction

When I Think of Home

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Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions Cruising France Burt starts his trip in Paris, cruises to Beaune for their famous wine auction and visits Lyon, the silk capital of Europe.

LIFE Thursday, June 11, 9pm

Sara's Weeknight Meals: Burgers Why save burgers for cookouts? Everyone loves them! Sara shows you three winning recipes.

Austin City Limits Bloc Party/Ghostland Observatory England's Bloc Party takes the stage with its grooving, politically charged post punk and Austin electro rock duo Ghostland Observatory debuts with a kinetic performance.

LIFE Sunday, June 14, 9pm

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Jon Van Amber wins a Silver Telly for MAKE: The Telly Awards is the premier award honoring the very best local, regional, and cable television commercials and programs. This year, the Silver Telly Council has awarded graphic designer Jon Van Amber with their highest honor – a Silver Telly – for his work on a's new series, MAKE:. The Telly Awards received over 13,000 entries annually from the finest ad agencies, production companies, TV stations, cable companies, interactive agencies and corporations in the world. Jon says, "It is remarkable to receive this award and to be recognized among such talented company."

a''s Depression: Out of the Shadows wins a Peabody award The Peabody Award, the world's oldest prize in electronic media, annually honors distinguished achievement in a variety of fields, from radio to television to the web. This year, a was the recipient of one of these prestigious awards for our 2008 documentary Depression: Out of the Shadows. The documentary, co-produced with WGBH Boston, originally aired in May 2008 to great critical acclaim. The Wall Street Journal called it, "A treasure for its information and explanation, this documentary is that rare thing – powerful television that can also work some good in the world." Producer, writer and director Larkin McPhee says, “By the year 2020, depression will be the second most common health problem in the world, and yet people are ashamed to talk about it. This award is a great honor, and truly bolsters the film’s mission to raise awareness of a debilitating, often deadly disease, that is, in fact, highly treatable." Gerry Richman, Executive Vice President of National Productions at a says, "We are extremely gratified to receive this prestigious award. It's a terrific credit to Larkin McPhee and the talented staff who made this such a powerful and truly life-changing program." 12

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Need Help With DTV? If you need help preparing for the shutdown of analog broadcasting on

June 12, 2009 be aware of the following resources: • You can call the FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC, for TTY service call 1-888-TELL-FCC. • You can call the Minnesota Broadcaster's Association at 1-800-245-5838. • Or you can log on to tpt.org/dtv.

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HIGHLIGHTS JUN E 1 5 -2 1

Frontline:

Breaking the Bank The bets were huge and risky – billions of dollars on the housing market. The upside was undeniable – superbanks reaped billions of dollars, dominated the landscape and gobbled up competitors. Then the bottom dropped out. The massive losses on Wall Street nearly broke the banks. In the worst crisis in decades, brand name banks are on the brink of failure. Now as the federal government contemplates what could become a massive nationalization of the industry, Frontline goes behind closed doors to tell the inside story of how things went so wrong, so fast. 2 Tuesday, June 16, 9pm www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline Bank of America CEO, Ken Lewis

America at a Crossroads: The Mosque in Morgantown

Follow former Wall Street Journal reporter Asra Nomani as she struggles to reclaim her hometown mosque from men she sees as extremists. This is a story of competing paths to social change, American identity and the nature of religion itself.

2 Sunday, June 21, 10:30pm

Barry Manilow: Songs from the Seventies Singer and songwriter Barry Manilow revisits the 70s in this new television special featuring him in concert, performing and sharing his personal experiences with the audience.

2 Saturday, June 20, 10:40pm

Independent Lens:

Great Performances: Chess in Concert

Marjan Tehrani chronicles an Iranian American's return to Iran as he travels with his American wife to have a traditional Persian wedding and explore his lost heritage.

Set during the Cold War intrigue of an international chess tournament, this musical dramatizes the romantic checkmate between an American chess champion, his lover, and a Russian opponent secretly planning to defect to the West. Pop superstar Josh Groban headlines.

Arusi Persian Wedding

2 Sunday, June 21, 11:30pm

Attack! In Pursuit of Africa's Maneaters: Africa's Giants

2 Wednesday, June 17, 8pm LIFE Sunday, June 21, 4pm

Examines the elephant, rhino, buffalo and hippo. They appear to be gentle, mildmannered vegetarians but actually kill more people in Africa than the better known carnivores.

2 Tuesday, June 16, 8pm

Daisy Cooks! With Daisy Martinez Partytime

Daisy shows you how to throw a party with Guacamole and Crab Ceviche, Steamed Clams and Almond Rum Ice Cream.

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Bob Hope: Hollywood's Brightest Star This is an affectionate portrait of one of America's most beloved entertainers, whose career spanned from Vaudeville and Broadway, to radio, film and television.

2 Wednesday, June 17, 7pm

Emile Norman: By His Own Design A portrait of the self-taught California artist Emile Norman, who, at age 89, continues to work with the same passion for life, art, nature and freedom.

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Rick Steves’ Europe

Colman McCarthy: Peace & Poverty

Democracy In South Africa

French Perspective: Prospects for Germans from Russia: Children of Album Transatlantic Relations the Steppe, Child

Nova: Bone Diggers

Attack! In Pursuit of Africa’s Maneaters: Africa’s Giants

Frontline: Breaking The Bank

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

In Julia’s Kitchen

Smart Travels BBC World - Europe News

Supernova

11:00

Food Trip with Made In Spain Todd English

Ciao Italia

As Time Goes By

10:30

Ride Along The Lincoln Highway

Charlie Rose

As Time Goes By

Supernova Charlie Rose

11:30

Nova: Marathon Challenge Worldfocus Taste of the Midwest

MI-5: A Prayer for My Daughter

Daisy Cooks!

New Scandinavian Burt Wolf: Travels Travelscope Cooking & Traditions

BBC World News

Engineering MN’s Future: Betty Shanahan

Minnesota Workforce

Leading Women: Inside The Boardroom: Reatha Reatha Clark King Clark King

Robert Pastor’s Views On NAFTA

Bob Hope: Hollywood’s Brightest Star

Great Performances: Chess In Concert

Ciao Italia

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

Food Trip with Made In Spain Todd English

Rick Steves’ Europe

Cass Gilbert

On Air - 40 Years of Radio Talking Book

Greatest Generation Film Showcase

Front

World War II Stories: Home

Making of Milwaukee

Album

This Old House Hour: Weston Project

Timewatch: The Secrets of

MI-5: Love and Death

As Time Goes By

Supernova

Globe Trekker: Greece

In Julia’s Kitchen

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Daisy Cooks!

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Equine Forestry

History of MN Mosquito Control

Return of the Wood Duck

Deep Dish

Iron Country: The Mesabi’s Earliest Album Mining Towns/Incorporated Villages

Dakota Life

Washington Week

Bill Moyers Journal

Red Green Show

Red Green Show

Eastenders

Food Trip with Made In Spain Todd English

Rick Steves’ Europe

Make:

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Vanishing Graduates Cikala Maka & MN’s Future Anishnabe

Long-Term Care Financing Solutions

Parenting: Ready, Set Go

Parenting: Almanac Ready, Set Go

Antiques Roadshow: Hartford, CT

The Big Show: Lolita

Lark Rise to Candleford

Big Band Years

Herd About The Prairie

Prairie Quilts

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Almanac

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History Detectives

Ciao Italia

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

Artwear In Motion

Hadrian’s Wall

Supernova Smart Travels BBC World - Europe News

New Scandinavian Burt Wolf: Travels Travelscope Cooking & Traditions

Now On PBS

Worldfocus Album

Dakota Life

Independent Lens: Ask Not

Charlie Rose

Worldfocus Dakota Life

Worldfocus

Eastenders

Worldfocus Album

Dakota Life

(10:40) Barry Manilow: Songs from the Seventies

3-Minute Egg

Kinpride

Independent Lens: Ask Not

Emile Norman: By His Own Design

Vietnamese News

Echo: Roadway Safety

Nature: Murder in the Troop

Lark Rise to Candleford

How Art Made The World: The Day

Globe Trekker: Greece

Austin City Limits: Norah

Legends & Lyrics: Regie Hamm, Mindy Smith, Leigh Nash

Browne

Getting There

Echo: Preventing Colon Cancer

Getting Right with Aids

AIDS Without Fear

Not Incarceration

Pictures Were Born

Minnesota’s Lakes at Risk

Masterpiece Mystery!: Poirot: Cat Among The

Belahdan

Pigeons Jones

Living Well with Aids

America at a Crossroads: The Mosque In Morgantown

Independent Lens

Soundstage: Jackson

Lending A Hand Angela Davis: Education

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History Detectives – 7th Season Premiere The History Detectives are back for their seventh season! Hosts and historians Gwen Wright, Tukufu Zuberi, Elyse Luray, Wes Cowan and new guest host, Eduardo Pagan discover the history hidden right in front of our eyes. The season's first episode includes Thomas Edison's psychic investigations, a secret World War II training program, and the story of Pancho Villa's raid on the border town of Columbus, New Mexico. 2 Monday, June 22, 8pm LIFE Tuesday, June 23, 4pm www.pbs.org/opb/historydetectives New Host Eduardo Pagan investigates Pancho Villa

In the Life:

Women Through the Lens Commemorating Women's History Month, In the Life focuses its lens on the representation of LGBT women in television and cinema.

2 Wednesday, June 24, 11pm

Globe Trekker Special: Great Natural Wonders

Join the Globe Trekkers as they explore some of the world's great natural wonders including glaciers in Patagonia, Victoria Falls and the Amazon rainforest.

Music Instinct: Science and Song This documentary provides a groundbreaking exploration into how and why the human organism is moved by music.

2 Wednesday, June 24, 8pm LIFE Thursday, June 25, 3pm

2 Thursday, June 25, 11pm LIFE Sunday, June 28, 8pm

Smart Travels Europe with Rudy Maxa: Hill Towns of Tuscany and Umbria

The Stax Records Story

Explore the Stax label, its visionaries and most of all, its music, from "Soul Man" and "Dock of the Bay" to "Midnight Hour" and "Respect Yourself;" the Stax Records story is entwined with the civil rights movement of the 1960s.

History Project: Hitler's Atlantic Wall Tells the remarkable story of the German Atlantic line of defense during the Second World War.

2 Thursday, June 25, 8pm LIFE Friday, June 28, 4pm 18

The great apes – which include chimps, orangutans, gorillas and bonobos – seem to have rich emotional lives similar to our own. But just how smart are these animals?

2 Tuesday, June 23, 7pm LIFE Wednesday, June 24, 3pm

Great Performances: Respect Yourself:

2 Saturday, June 27, 9:40pm LIFE Sunday, June 28, 11pm

NOVA: Ape Genius

Make 'em Laugh: The Funny Business of America: Nerds, Jerks & Oddballs

Castles, vineyards, walled cities and a fierce medieval rivalry that lingers today – we're out for an adventure in the Italian hill towns. LIFE Monday, June 22, 9:30pm

Take a look at the pioneering women in comedy like Phyllis Diller, truly zany characters (like Andy Kaufman and Robin Williams), superstar nerd Woody Allen and jerk Steve Martin.

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22 Mon

23 Tue

24 Wed

Ciao Italia

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

26 Fri

9:00

9:30

Make ‘em Laugh: Nerds, Jerks

Food Trip with Todd English

Rick Steves’ Europe

Made In Spain

& Oddballs

10:00

As Time Goes By

Smart Travels BBC World - Europe News

10:30

Supernova

11:00

11:30

Nova: Bone Diggers

Charlie Rose

Worldfocus

Modern Justice / Past Practice: 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Forum

Global Justice & Human Rights Blueprint for Action: Trials Immigration

Album

Nova: Ape Genius

Frontline/World

P.O.V.: New Muslim Cool

MI-5: Love and Death

In Julia’s Kitchen

Sara’s Weeknight Daisy Cooks! Meals

New Scandinavian Burt Wolf: Travels Travelscope Cooking & Traditions

Engineering, MN’s Future: George Buckley

Professions As Vocation: Identity and Careerism

Sandwiches That You Will Like

Music Instinct: Science and Song

Ciao Italia

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

Food Trip with Todd English

North to the Mandan Nation

Almanac: Hands- Minnesota at 150: Real and On History Imagined: Environment

In Julia’s Kitchen

Made In Spain

History Project: Hitler’s Atlantic

This Old House Hour: Weston

Thu

8:30

Why Policy Matters

Project

25

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History Detectives

Wall

Sara’s Weeknight Daisy Cooks! Meals

Inside The Boardroom: Jill

Lajdziak

Rick Steves’ Europe

Supernova BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Worldfocus

Building at a Crossroads

Album

Dakota Life

As Time Goes By

In The Life

In The Life

Smart Travels BBC World - Europe News

Supernova Charlie Rose

World War II Stories: Legacy

Making of Milwaukee

MI-5: Persephone

As Time Goes By

Supernova

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

New Scandinavian Burt Wolf: Travels Travelscope Cooking & Traditions

Dakota Life

Worldfocus Dakota Life Globe Trekker: Great Natural Wonders

Worldfocus

Last 6%: Treasuring Greening of Our Open Spaces Minnesota

Green Cities: Bonanza Farms: Leading The Way Prairie Giants...

Wild and Free Horses, One Man’s Vision

Iron Country: Mines and Mining Album Centers on the Mesabi (1892-1925)

Dakota Life

Almanac

Washington Week

Now On PBS

Bill Moyers Journal

Red Green Show

Red Green Show

Eastenders

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Ciao Italia

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

Food Trip with Todd English

Made In Spain

Rick Steves’ Europe

Make:

Coming Home

Joining Forces

Health, Care and You

Health, Care... in Spanish

Health, Care... in Hmong

Health, Care... Almanac in Somali

Antiques Roadshow: Hartford, CT

The Big Show: On The Town

Eastenders

Worldfocus Album

Dakota Life

(9:40) Great Performances: Respect Yourself: The Stax

Records Story

27 Sat

28 Sun

Lark Rise to Candleford

Magic Moments - The Best of 50’s Pop

Oceti Sakowin: The People of the Seven Council Fires

Power of the Arts

Nature: Encountering Sea Monsters

Lark Rise to Candleford

How Art Made The World: The Art

Globe Trekker: Globe Trekker

of Persuasion

Getting There

Ming In Minneapolis

Special: Great Natural Wonders

Food, Fuel and Echo: Preventing Colon Cancer Climate Change

3-Minute Egg

Kinpride

P.O.V.: New Muslim Cool

Independent Lens

Vietnamese News

Echo: Roadway Safety

Masterpiece Mystery!: Poirot: Mrs. McGinty’s

Dead

Belahdan

Out & Proud In Chicago

Austin City Limits: Bettye Lavette/Pinetop Perkins

Legends & Lyrics: Michael Martin Murphey, Pam Tillis, Ron Sexsmith

Sweet Soul: Stax/Volt Revue - Live In Norway

Terrorists On Trial After Guantanamo

Civil Rights Across Generations

Criminal Records, Race and Justice

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In The Footsteps of Marco Polo

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Follow the remarkable, two year, 25,000 mile attempt to retrace Marco Polo's legendary trek from Venice, Italy to China. This illuminating epic follows two friends from Queens, New York – one photographer and one visual artist and ex-Marine – as they complete the journey by land and by sea, a feat in which all others have fallen short. Equal parts travelogue, 2:04:13 PM adventure story, history trek and buddy movie, In the Footsteps of Marco Polo finds these present day explorers surviving deadly skirmishes and capture in Afghanistan, crossing its forgotten ancient passageway to China (the First Westerners in a generation to do so), encountering the stinging sands of the Taklamakan and Gobi deserts in a Silk Road camel caravan, and living among cultures, including the expert horsemen of Mongolia. Along the way, they interweave their own feats with Marco Polo's account of his own travels and life. 2 Tuesday, June 30, 9pm www.thirteen.org/marcopolo

NOVA ScienceNow 4th Season Premiere Season four starts with a bang as we look into the engineering of artificial diamonds; solving the post 9/11 anthrax attacks and a controversial computer pitch correction software that turns sour notes into sweet ones.

2 Tuesday, June 30, 8pm

Make 'em Laugh: The Funny Business of America Breadwinners and Homemakers: Honey, I'm Home! The domestic farce may be the most American of comic concepts; explore how sitcoms continue to be a consistent and hilarious barometer of American gender roles and attitudes toward racism and politics.

2 Monday, June 29, 9pm

NOVA: Musical Minds www.minnesotaonline.org

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Through the remarkable case studies from neurologist Dr. Oliver Sacks' latest book, Musicophilia, NOVA investigates the extraordinary impact music can have on the human brain.

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Ciao Italia

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Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

8:30

9:00

10:30

Supernova

Food Trip with Todd English

Rick Steves’ Europe

Charlie Rose

Made In Spain

People Speak: America Debates It’s Role in the World

Nova: Musical Minds

Nova ScienceNow

Sara’s Weeknight Simply Ming Meals

American Dream Adding Value Under Fire

10:00

Make ‘em Laugh: Breadwinners and As Time Goes By Homemakers: Honey, I’m Home!

In The Shadow Holocaust of the Acropolis Aftermath

In Julia’s Kitchen

9:30

History Detectives

Smart Travels - BBC World Europe News

Importance of Women in the Developing World

Global Health & Security

In The Footsteps of Marco Polo

Supernova

New Scandinavian Burt Wolf: Travels Travelscope Cooking & Traditions

Duluth Harbor: Working Waterfront

Restoring Hope One Car at a Time

BBC World News Lake Street

11:00

11:30

Nova: Ape Genius

Worldfocus Album

Dakota Life

MI-5: Persephone

Charlie Rose

Worldfocus Album

Dakota Life

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Rick Steves' Europe

Three‑Part Travel Skills Special Rick's expertise is showing you how to travel smoothly and affordably. This special parlays his 25 years of travel experience into practical tips on: planning a trip, overcoming the language barrier, getting around, finding accommodations, staying safe, and more.  Shot on location in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Venice, the Rhine, and the Swiss Alps, the show covers Rick's favorite 3000‑mile European loop while providing viewers with essential travel skills. LIFE Monday, June 29, 9pm

New Scandinavian Cooking with Tina Nordstrom Against the beautiful backdrop of the Gota Canal, Tina prepares a Swedish crayfish party. LIFE Tuesday, June 30, 8:30pm

Simply Ming

Food Trip with Todd English

Asian Mole

My Favorite Things

Ming makes a rich, tangy sauce, versatile enough for many meals. LIFE Tuesday, June 30, 8pm

Join Todd English as he shares his favorite people, places, and flavors from the food trips he's taken near and far. LIFE Monday, June 29, 8pm

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Masterpiece Mystery!:

Miss Marple: A Pocket Full Of Rye When Miss Marple learns of the deaths of businessman Rex Fortescue, his young wife, Adele, and their housemaid, Gladys, the circumstances vividly recall the nursery rhyme “Sing a Song of Sixpence.” Since Miss Marple had trained Gladys herself, she has a personal reason to investigate. Will her reasoning and deduction make sense of the rhyme and at last reveal the culprit? 2 Sunday, July 5, 9pm LIFE Monday, July 6, 3pm www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/mystery

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: Live in Barcelona Captures Springsteen and the E Street Band performing a dream set-list of new songs, classic hits, audience favorites, and seldom-heard rarities.

Nature: The Vanishing Lions We hear from lion experts, farmers and Masai herdsmen as they explore solutions to the problems of saving lions and living with them.

2 Sunday, July 5, 7pm

2 Saturday, July 4, 11:30pm

Great Performances: Garrison Keillor's Capitol Fourth The 29th annual broadcast of A Capitol Fourth airs live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. The star spangled party features special performances by some of the country's best known and award winning musical artists.

2 Saturday, July 4, 8pm

American Masters: Garrison Keillor:

The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes

This revealing documentary goes behind the scenes of America's foremost humorist and commentator, Garrison Keillor.

2 Wednesday, July 1, 8pm

Independence Day Special: A Prairie Home Companion

Garrison Keillor and the Prairie Home Companion regulars bring you a special Independence Day broadcast featuring special guests the Wailin' Jennys and Meryl Streep.

2 Saturday, July 4, 9:30pm

Minnesota: A History of the Land: Ordering the Land

Witness 16,000 years of Minnesota's fascinating early history; its unique place in North America is revealed through stateof-the-art animations and graphics. Part one of a five-part series.

PBS Previews:

The National Parks: America's Best Idea Get a sneak preview of the new Ken Burns six-part documentary, The National Parks: America's Best Idea; filmed over the course of more than six years at some of nature's most spectacular locales - from Yellowstone to the Grand Canyon.

2 Wednesday, July 1, 9:30pm

2 Wednesday, July 1, 7pm

Ken Burns American Stories: Brooklyn Bridge

This Ken Burns documentary examines the great Brooklyn Bridge; from spectacular feat of engineering to an honored symbol in American culture.

2 Thursday, July 2, 8pm 22

Cinematographer Buddy Squires, director Ken Burns and writer/producer Dayton Duncan

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Ciao Italia

Food Trip with Todd English

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

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5

Sun

Made In Spain

Rick Steves’ Europe

10: 00

10: 30

National Parks

As Time Goes By

Supernova

Europe with Rudy Maxa

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

11: 00

1 1 :3 0

Make ‘em Laugh: Breadwinners and Homemakers

Worldfocus

Our Statehouse: A Capitol Idea

Album

This Old House Hour:

Ken Burns American Stories:

MI-5: Outsiders

As Time Goes By

Supernova

Globe Trekker: Morocco

Julia Child Cooking

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Simply Ming

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Nature in the Balance: Co2

Single Stream Recycling

Our Environment and Our Health

Birds of Wisconsin

Iron Country: Giant Corporations...the Range

Album

Dakota Life

Washington Week

Now On PBS

Bill Moyers Journal

Red Green Show

Red Green Show

Eastenders

Eastenders

Food Trip with Todd English

Chefs A’field: Rick Steves’ Culinary Adventures Europe

Make:

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Tobacco Vs. Minnesota:

Almanac

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

Brooklyn Bridge

New Scandinavian Burt Wolf: Cooking

Travelscope

Worldfocus

Healthcare and Innovation

Antiques Roadshow

Capitol Fourth

Great Performances: Garrison Keillor’s Independence Day Special: A Prairie Home Companion

Lark Rise to Candleford

Lost Twin Cities

Rick Steves’ European Insights

Independent Lens: An Unreasonable Man

Musical Bridges: Nour

CIA and the Cinema: A Strange Bond

3-Minute Egg

Kinpride

Vietnamese News

Nature: The Vanishing Lions

Lark Rise to Candleford

Masterpiece Mystery!: Miss Marple:

How Art Made the World:

Globe Trekker: Morocco

Once Upon A Time

Getting There

Never Stop Singing

Shaping Your Community

House

Restoring Hope Parkinson's in Minnesota One Car at a Time

Dakota Life Bruce Springsteen

Echo: Folic Acid and Prenatal Care

American Masters: Garrison Keillor:

A Pocket Full of Rye

Austin City Limits: Crowded

Album

Belahdan

Dakota Life

Worldfocus

Quality in Early Care & Education Hartford, CT

4

Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes

9: 30

PBS Previews:

Back on the Mississippi

Ciao Italia

Fri

9: 00

Almanac: Hands- Minnesota at 150: Real and Hill's Folly: James J. Hill... On History Imagined: Health and Wellness

Almanac

3

8 :3 0

American Masters:

Weston Project

2

8 :0 0

Minnesota: A History of the Land :Ordering The Land

The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes

Legends & Lyrics: Susan Tedschi, Kip Winger, James Slater

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band: Live In Barcelona

Moving The Debate On Health Care Reform

Beliefs About Poverty

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Ciao Italia:

Sicilian Meatballs Get the secrets to perfect meatballs with two recipes: Cheesy Meatballs and Sicilian Meatballs. LIFE Wednesday, July 1, 7pm

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions Great Hotels of the World

Burt shows you some of his favorite hotels and shares why he considers them the best. LIFE Thursday, July 2, 9pm

Austin City Limits: Crowded House Reunited after 12 years, New Zealand favorite Crowded House makes its first television appearance since the mid 90s. LIFE Sunday, July 5, 9pm www.tpt.org • a

Chefs A'field: Portland, Oregon ‑ Berries

Focusing on organic and locally produced cuisine; recipes include Sauteed Summer Squash with Wild Salmon and Summer Salad with Shallots and Berries. LIFE Friday, July 3, 8:30pm

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Ascent of Money Bestselling author, economist, historian, and Harvard professor Niall Ferguson traces the evolution of money and demonstrates that financial history is the essential back-story behind all history. “Everyone needs to understand the complex history of money and our relationship to it,” he says. “By learning how societies have continually created and survived financial crises, we can find solid solutions to today’s worldwide economic emergency.” In this four-part series, Ferguson traverses historic financial hot spots around the world and delves further into the market meltdown. 2 Wednesday, July 8, 9pm LIFE Thursday, July 9, 4pm www.pbs.org/wnet/ascentofmoney

Time Team America: Fort Raleigh

P.O.V.: Life Support Music

Untangle the mystery of the first English settlement in America, where 116 settlers vanished from Roanoke Island more than 400 years ago.

This documentary is a stirring family saga and a portrait of creative struggle in the face of overwhelming tragedy.

2 Wednesday, July 8, 8pm

2 Sunday, July 12, 10:30pm LIFE Thursday, July 18, 10pm

Nature: Arctic Bears Polar bears are living on borrowed time, as winters have become increasingly warmer, the ice is disappearing and raising a family becomes much more difficult.

2 Sunday, July 12, 7pm

Savage Planet: Volcanic Killers This first of the Savage Planet series examines the hidden dangers of volcanoes, crater lakes, and volcanic mudflows.

2 Thursday, July 9, 8pm LIFE Friday, July 10, 4pm

The Big Show: Anchors Aweigh Two sailors (Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly) on leave in Hollywood help an actress (Kathryn Grayson) get her big break.

Destination: World Coral Reef Adventure Actor Liam Neeson narrates this once in a lifetime journey across the South Pacific for a spectacular adventure to explore and assess the health of the world's major coral reefs.

2 Tuesday, July 7, 9pm

Masterpiece Mystery!:

Miss Marple: Murder Is Easy A woman on a train tells Miss Marple about a series of perfect murders in her village. When the woman later falls to her death, the grey haired sleuth vows to get to the bottom of the mysterious string of "accidents."

2 Sunday, July 12, 9pm LIFE Monday, July 13, 3pm 24

2 Saturday, July 11, 9:30pm

Nova: Secrets of the Samurai Sword Travel deep into Japan's ancient foundries and witness the art and science behind making what many call the perfect sword.

2 Tuesday, July 7, 7pm LIFE Wednesday, July 8, 3pm

Africa Trek: The Rainbow Nation Explore South Africa – the "Rainbow Nation" – and see its amazing animals in Kruger National Park. LIFE Thursday, July 9, 9pm

Food Trip with Todd English Italy: Tuscany by Vintage Car Todd tours Tuscany in a 1961 Alpha Romeo and his journey is all about food, people and fun. LIFE Monday, July 6, 8pm

Independent Lens: The World According

to Sesame Street

Go behind the scenes of the world's most popular children's television program. LIFE Saturday, July 11, 11pm a •vz June-July 2009


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Food Trip with Chefs A’field: Todd English

Rick Steves’ Europe

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Kofi Annan Speaks in Minnesota

Triumphs of the Human Spirit: Life as a Refugee

Somalia: A Viable State

Conversations at St. John’s: Teaching Album The Homeless and Rural Poor In India

Nova: Secrets of the Samurai

Nova ScienceNow

Destination: World: Coral Reef

(9:45) Destination: Red Green World: The Alps Show

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

Julia Child Cooking

Sara’s Weeknight Simply Ming Meals

Discovering Fluid Power

Fluid Power: A Immigration: Minnesota’s Agenda Force for Change

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Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

Travelscope

BBC World News

As Time Goes By

Red Green Show

Food Trip with Chefs A’field: Todd English

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Rick Steves’ Europe

Smart Travels Europe

This Old House Hour: Weston

MI-5: Celebrity

As Time Goes By

Red Green Show

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Savage Planet: Volcanic Killers

Sara’s Weeknight Simply Ming Meals

New Scandinavian Africa Trek Cooking

Red River Divide

More Precious Than Gold

Almanac

Washington Week

Now On PBS

Worldfocus

Travelscope

Worldfocus

Bill Moyers Journal

Red Green Show Red Green Show BBC World News

Ciao Italia

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

Food Trip with Chefs A’field Todd English

Rick Steves’ Europe

Smart Travels Europe

Joining Forces

Joining Forces

How Alcohol... Getting Right Am. Indian with AIDS

Living Well with AIDS

Save A Life: Heart Almanac Care and You

Worldfocus

Islands

Worldfocus Album

Dakota Life

Eastenders

Eastenders Worldfocus

Album

American Masters: Bob Newhart: Unbuttoned

Lark Rise to Candleford

Dr. Wayne Dyer: Excuses Begone

Budapest to Berlin: On Tour with the SPCO

Old Minnesota: Song of the North Star

3-Minute Egg

Nature: Arctic Bears

Lark Rise to Candleford

Masterpiece Mystery!: Miss Marple, Murder Is Easy

How Art Made The World: To

Globe Trekker: Spanish Islands

Austin City Limits: Paolo Nutini/

Getting There On The Road Together

News and Audience Responsibilities

Living with a Hole In Your Pocket Watergate Revisited: Lawyer Ethics

Dakota Life

Globe Trekker: Spanish

Charlie Rose

Antiques Roadshow: Bismarck,

Dakota Life

Make ‘em Laugh: The Funny Business of America

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Lake Minnetonka’s Iron Country: Immigrant Labor, Future Unions and Range Politics

Dakota Life

MI-5: Outsiders

Inside The Boardroom: Ann Fudge Smart Investments in Minnesota Album Students

Time Team America: Fort Raleigh, Ascent of Money

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Nova: Musical Minds

Charlie Rose

Prairie Churches

Death and Back

Sun

New Scandinavian Africa Trek Cooking

North Carolina

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Pearl Harbor Survivors

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Smart Travels Europe

James J. Hill: Almanac: Hands- Minnesota at 150: Real and Empire Builder On History Imagined: Arts and Culture

Julia Child Cooking

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Ciao Italia

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Red Green Show

Ciao Italia

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As Time Goes By

Minnesota: A History of the Land: Changes in the Land/1870s-1900

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Philadelphia, PA

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Dakota Life

The Big Show: Anchors Aweigh Independent Lens: The World According to Sesame Street

Grupo Fantasma

Kinpride

Vietnamese News

Belahdan

Echo: Seasonal and Pandemic Flu Differences

P.O.V.: Life Support Music

Legends & Lyrics: Charlie

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Soundstage: Onerepublic Justice Matters

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Destination: World Mystery of the Nile A team of explorers sets off to become the first to navigate the Blue Nile from source to sea. The epic 3,260 mile descent down the world's greatest and deadliest river has eluded humankind for centuries – until now. The 16 foot rafts crash through the rapids in Ethiopia's desert canyons and battle through some of the world's most extreme whitewater rapids. During the arduous, four month journey, the team faces challenges from crocodile attacks to armed bandits and arrests. Through breathtaking cinematography, Mystery of the Nile reveals a region that includes abundant treasures from Tississat Falls and the wonders of Egypt as well as the forgotten black pyramids of Meroe and12th century churches that were carved into sheer rock. 2 Tuesday, July 14, 9pm

NOVA: Secrets of the Parthenon With unprecedented access, NOVA presents the official restoration of the Parthenon, which reaches far beyond the challenges and controversies of conserving one of the world's best known buildings and examines how the ancient Athenians built their great temple.

2 Tuesday, July 14, 7pm LIFE Wednesday, July 15, 3pm

Make 'em Laugh: The Funny Business of America The Groundbreakers: When I'm Bad, I'm Better The most audacious comedians – from pioneers like Mae West to George Carlin – bring the biggest and most dangerous laughs to the American public.

2 Monday, July 13, 9pm

Masterpiece Mystery!: Miss Marple: They Do It with Mirrors During rehearsal for an amateur show, the power goes out, commotion ensues, and a murder takes place elsewhere in the house. As witness to the confusion, Miss Marple must decipher the conjuring trick played by the killer.

P.O.V.: The Reckoning: The Battle for the International Criminal Court

Minnesota: A History of the Land Out of the Ashes/1900-1940s

Never before seen historic footage brings to life the beginnings of conservation in Minnesota.

2 Wednesday, July 15, 7pm

Craft in America: Memory Takes you on a personal tour through craft's history in America.

LIFE Sunday, July 19, 7pm

2 Sunday, July 19, 9pm LIFE Monday, July 20, 3pm

Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Follows dynamic ICC Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo and his team as they prosecute perpetrators of crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide.

Chef Keller makes several mouth watering main dishes: Sweet Bell Peppers Stuffed with Rice and Vegetables, Eggplant and Zucchini Pie and Lamb Burger Provencal.

2 Sunday, July 19, 10:30pm

LIFE Friday, July 17, 7:30pm

MI-5: Frequently Asked Questions MI-5's suspicions are aroused when a known mercenary is seen visiting a top-secret, old Soviet arms dump.

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P.O.V.: Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars A tableau of tragedy transformed by one band's inspiring determination to sing and be heard.

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Ciao Italia

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

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Red Green Show

Food Trip with Todd English

Rick Steves’ Europe

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Chefs A’field

Smart Travels - Europe

Sun

Worldfocus

Nova ScienceNow

As Time Goes By

Red Green Show

MI-5: Celebrity

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Julia Child Cooking

Sara’s Weeknight Simply Ming Meals

Immigration: Minnesota’s

Minnesota: A History of the Land: Out of the Ashes/1900-1940s

South Carolina

Travelscope

Workforce & Culture

Alvarado

Inside The Boardroom: Linda

Old Red Trail

Time Team America: Topper,

Ascent of Money

As Time Goes By

Red Green Show

Food Trip with Todd English

Rick Steves’ Europe

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Ciao Italia

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

Down On Skid Row

Almanac: Hands- Minnesota at 150: Real and On History Imagined: Innovation

Chefs A’field

Savage Planet: Storms of the

Century

Sara’s Weeknight Simply Ming Meals

Lewis and Clark: Pathways

Barn Again!

Almanac

Washington Week

Ciao Italia

of the Nile

New Scandinavian Africa Trek Cooking

Finding The Passion to Lead

Julia Child Cooking

Destination: World: Mystery

Hubert Keller: Food Trip with Secrets of a Chef Todd English

Smart Travels - Europe

Farmhouses in the Heartland: The Death of the Dream

La Crosse

MI-5: Frequently Asked Questions As Time Goes By

New Scandinavian Africa Trek Cooking

Travelscope

BBC World News

Red Green Show

Dakota Life

Worldfocus Album

Wisconsin Hometown Stories:

11 :3 0

Sword

Nova: Secrets of the Parthenon

Dakota Life

Make ‘em Laugh: The Funny Business of America Worldfocus Album

Dakota Life

Globe Trekker: Pakistan

Charlie Rose

Worldfocus

Winnipeg In Bloom

Iron Country: Depression, War,

Album

Dakota Life

Now On PBS

Bill Moyers Journal

Red Green Show

Red Green Show

Eastenders

Eastenders

Chefs A’field

Rick Steves’ Europe

Smart Travels - Europe

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Saving Children

Stop Sexual Violence

Almanac

Broken Trusts Broken Childhoods

and Taconite

Worldfocus Album

Antiques Roadshow: Bismarck, The Big Show: Waking Ned Devine

(9:35) The Big Show: How I Won The War

Lark Rise to Candleford

Daniel O’Donnell Hope and Praise

P.O.V.: Life Support Music

Prairie Days I

Brule, Live at Mt. Rushmore: A Concert for Reconciliation

Nature: Superfish

Lark Rise to Candleford

Craft In America: Memory

Globe Trekker: Pakistan

Austin City Limits: Jakob Dylan/Carrie Rodriguez

Getting There Rose Ensemble

Echo: West Nile and Lyme Disease

Depalma On North America As Minnesota’s Role in the Global A Nation Economy

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Children’s Risks & Children’s Rights

Sat

10: 30

As Time Goes By

Muslims In MN: How Are We Doing?

Fri

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10: 00

Make ‘em Laugh: The Funny Business of America

Conversations at St. John’s: Lech Armenians and Turkey’s Walesa Speaks Lingering Past

This Old House Hour: Weston

Thu

8 :3 0

Moussaoui Case Revisited

Project

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History Detectives

3-Minute Egg

Kinpride

Vietnamese News

Masterpiece Mystery!: Miss Marple: They Do It

with Mirrors

Belahdan

Dakota Life

P.O.V. Echo: Preventing Colon Cancer

P.O.V.: The Reckoning: The Battle for the International Criminal Court

Legends & Lyrics: Ed Bruce, Gordon Kennedy, Angela Kaset

Soundstage: Sugarland Inequality Matters

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to the contrary

Sunday, June 21: Appalachia

AT A TIME

Appalachia: A History of Mountains and People

12:30 victory garden

A four-part series about the deep and surprising history of Appalachia.

1:00 cultivating life

2 Sunday, June 21, 1pm - 5pm

Sunday, June 28: The Primates

1:30 rick steve's

Nature: Murder in the Troop

europe

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July: ART WOLFe's travels to the edge

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NOVA: The Last Great Ape 2 Sunday, June 28, 2pm

Gorillas 2 Sunday, June 28, 3pm

Journey of Man 2 Sunday, June 28, 4pm

2 Sunday, July 5, 4pm

Forgotten Ellis Island 2 Sunday, July 5, 5pm

Sunday, July 12: Laughter is the Best Medicine Rita Rudner: Live From Las Vegas 2 Sunday, July 12, 1pm

Bob Hope: Hollywood's Brightest Star 2 Sunday, July 12, 2pm

Kennedy Center Presents The Mark Twain Prize: Neil Simon 2 Sunday, July 12, 3pm

American Masters: Bob Newhart: Unbuttoned 2 Sunday, July 12, 4:30pm

Sunday, July 19: Chill Out Gates of The Arctic: Alaska's Brooks Range

2 Sunday, July 12, 1pm

Emperors of the Ice 2 Sunday, July 19, 2pm

Masters of the Arctic Ice 2 Sunday, July 19, 3pm

Nature: Penguins of the Antarctic 2 Sunday, July 19, 4pm

Peace: The Handraised Polar Bear 2 Sunday, July 19, 5pm

Sunday, July 26: So You Think Sunday, July 5: The Red, White You Can Dance? and Blue America's Ballroom Challenge Ken Burns American Stories: The Statue of Liberty

2 Sunday, July 26, 1- 5pm

2 Sunday, July 5, 2pm

Ken Burns American Stories: Brooklyn Bridge 2 Sunday, July 5, 3pm

American Flag: Two Centuries of Concord & Conflict

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American Masters: Cary Grant: A Class Apart Elegant. Witty. Stylish. A totally original talent. "Everyone wants to be Cary Grant... even I want to be Cary Grant," he was fond of saying. He worked with such directors as George Cukor, Alfred Hitchcock and Howard Hawks in such films as Bringing Up Baby, The Philadelphia Story, North By Northwest and Notorious opposite every top Hollywood female star, including Grace Kelly, Katherine Hepburn, Ingrid Bergman, Sophia Loren and Audrey Hepburn. He remains one of the most adored actors in film history – whose greatest role was probably himself. Explore the life of this icon, from his dismal childhood in England to vaudeville to Hollywood. 2 Saturday, July 25, 8pm www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters

NOVA ScienceNOW Explore a wide range of fascinating topics; a ground-breaking theory on the extinction of the dinosaurs; the beauty – and dangers – of the northern lights; drugs to treat muscular dystrophy and a profile of rocket scientist and astronaut Franklin Chang-Diaz.

2 Tuesday, July 21, 8pm

Masterpiece Mystery!: Miss Marple, Why Didn't They Ask Evans?

P.O.V.: The Betrayal (Nerakhoon) Weaving ancient prophecy with personal testimony and stunning imagery, this is a story of survival through war and the resilient bonds of family.

2 Sunday, July 26, 10:30pm

Make 'em Laugh: The Funny Business of America

Wiseguys and Smart Alecks: Never Give A Sucker an Even Break

Devil's Brigade Witness Modern Special Forces troops from both the United States military and the Canadian Armed Forces as they train using the same methods and equipment as the First Special Service Force of the 1940s. Parts one and two of four.

2 Tuesday, July 21, 9pm

The Big Show: Gigot A mute janitor (Jackie Gleason) befriends a Paris streetwalker (Katherine Kath) and her daughter.

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The last words of a dying man lead sole witness Bobby Attfield to team with beautiful socialite Frankie Derwent to find out if foul play was involved. Miss Marple joins them as they land in a hotbed of homicide and intrigue.

2 Sunday, July 26, 9pm LIFE Monday, July 27, 3pm

Minnesota: : A History of the Land Second Nature/1945 and Beyond Unique historic footage and photographs depict the momentous changes brought to Minnesota during and after World War II.

2 Wednesday, July 22, 7pm

Julia Child - Cooking with Master Chefs: Robert Del Grande

America loves the wiseguy who defies convention, from W.C. Fields to Larry David, they manage to perturb everyone and always get the last – and

Robert Del Grande prepares Sea Scallops with Wild Mushrooms, Fresh Corn Pudding,

funniest – word.

and Filets of Beef in a Pasilla Chile Sauce.

2 Monday, July 20, 9pm

LIFE Thursday, July 23, 7pm

Nature: Silence of the Bees From the beginning, honeybees have played a key role in human survival. But the bees are disappearing. Massive die offs are now the subject of international emergency research as scientists race to discover the cause of this ecological disaster.

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PA

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Ciao Italia

Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Julia Child Cooking

Sara’s Weeknight Simply Ming Meals

Fri

Hubert Keller: Food Trip with Secrets of a Chef Todd English

Honor Most Proud

Almanac: Hands- Minnesota at 150: Real and On History Imagined: Education

Savage Planet: Deadly Skies

Julia Child Cooking

Sara’s Weeknight Simply Ming Meals

Sat

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BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Smart Travels - Europe Coexistence

Red Green Show BBC World News

1 1 :3 0

Worldfocus Album

Devil’s Brigade Travelscope

11: 00

Nova: Secrets of the Parthenon

Dakota Life

MI-5: Frequently Asked Questions

Charlie Rose

Worldfocus

Inside The Boardroom: Martha

Opportunity for All: Closing The Gap

Album

Ascent of Money

As Time Goes By

Red Green Show

Make ‘em Laugh: The Funny Business of America

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Rogers

Rick Steves’ Europe

Smart Travels - Europe

Dakota Life

Worldfocus

Vietnam Survivor Stories

Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Janesville

Album

MI-5: The Suffering of Strangers

As Time Goes By

Red Green Show

Globe Trekker: Globe Trekker Special: Best American Water Treks 1

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

New Scandinavian Africa Trek Cooking

Travelscope

Parklands of the Midwest

Worldfocus

Soaring South Dakota

More Soaring American South Dakota Chestnut

Outdoor Recreation In Decline

Iron Country: Its Geologic Past, Geography, and Prehistory

Album

Parklands of the Midwest

Almanac

Washington Week

Now On PBS

Bill Moyers Journal

Red Green Show

Red Green Show

Eastenders

Eastenders

Chefs A’field

Rick Steves’ Europe

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Ciao Italia

Hubert Keller: Food Trip with Secrets of a Chef Todd English

Caregiving: Making Lending A A Difference Hand

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Ciao Italia

This Old House Hour: Weston

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Time Team America: New

Philadelphia, Illinois

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Rick Steves’ Europe

New Scandinavian Africa Trek Cooking

Immigration: Homeland Security

10: 00

Red Green Show

Nova ScienceNow

Project

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Chefs A’field

9: 30

As Time Goes By

Nova: Kings of Camouflage

Second Nature/1945 and Beyond

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Food Trip with Todd English

9: 00

Make ‘em Laugh: The Funny Business of America

Interfaith Bridges to Holy Land Peace

Minnesota: A History of the Land:

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Footsteps: A Journey In Faith

Minnovation: The Geek and the Weatherman

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8 :0 0

History Detectives

Pets in the Crossfire of Family Violence

Smart Travels - Europe

Health Leadership: Action Steps

Almanac

Worldfocus Album

Parklands of the Midwest

Antiques Roadshow: Bismarck, ND American Masters: Cary Grant: A Class Apart

The Big Show: Gigot

Red Green Show

Lark Rise to Candleford

John Denver: The Wildlife Concert

Roy Orbison & Friends

P.O.V.: The Reckoning: The Battle for the

P.O.V.

Amiri Baraka: The Power of the Word

Rose Ensemble

Kinpride

Vietnamese News

Nature: Silence of the Bees

Lark Rise to Candleford

Craft In America: Landscape

Globe Trekker: Globe Trekker Austin City Limits: Lucinda Special: Best American Water Treks 1 Williams/Old Crow Medicine Show

Legends & Lyrics: Shawn

Colvin, John Hiatt, Jessi Colter

Cutie

Getting There

Echo: West Nile and Lyme Disease Genocide Again: Darfur

Political Conventions & Campaign Civility

Rhetoric of Political Ads

Safe at Home

Old Log Theatre Celebrates 65 Yrs.

3-Minute Egg

International Criminal Court

Masterpiece Mystery!: Miss Marple: Why Didn’t

They Ask Evans?

East Africa

Belahdan

Echo: Preventing Colon Cancer

P.O.V.: The Betrayal (Nerakhoon) Soundstage: Death Cab for

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HIGHLIGHTS JULY 2 7 -3 1

Amazon: Super River Explore the life story of the river with the world's most diverse ecosystem. Of all the super rivers on earth, the Amazon is by far the greatest – more than 4,000 miles long and up to 10 miles wide in places. It almost splits a continent in half and contains a fifth of all the river water on the planet. The incredible array of wildlife seen in the Amazon includes more than 3,000 species of fish and unique large animals including the sloth, jaguar, capybara and tapir. Featuring stunning aerial pictures, the best of wildlife photography and original visual effects, this is a comprehensive look at the incredible inhabitants and fascinating history of the world's largest river.

2 Thursday, July 30, 9pm

Make 'em Laugh: The Funny Business of America Satire and Parody: Sock It To Me?

From Johnny Carson to Jon Stewart to the "Saturday Night Live" gang, revel in the anarchic tradition of mocking American life, politics and preoccupations.

2 Monday, July 27, 9pm

Time Team America: Range Creek

Venture into remote red rock canyons where the Fremont Indians lived 1,000 years ago in a rugged, unforgiving landscape.

Tommy Tang's Let's Get Cooking Tommy visits Hanoi's most well-known market and makes Crab Cakes with Tamarind Glaze. LIFE Friday, July 31, 8pm

2 Wednesday, July 29, 8pm LIFE Wednesday, July 30, 3pm

Chefclass: Grilling

Focus on grilling, the ultimate high flavor, low fat way of cooking; recipes include Grilled Shrimp and Shiitake Mushrooms with Basil Tomato Sauce.

LIFE Tuesday, July 28, 7:30pm

Travelscope: Thailand, Bangkok and the River Kwai Begin your Thailand adventure in its bustling capital, Bangkok, with visits to

Nova: AstroSpies

markets, palaces and temples.

Probe the untold story of the elite corps of clandestine astronauts who trained for service in military space stations.

LIFE Thursday, July 30, 9:30pm

2 Tuesday, July 28, 7pm

Simply Ming:

Roasted Garlic Asian Pesto Ming combines his own ingredients to create a master recipe to be used for several unique recipes.

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History Detectives

Fortune

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28 Tue

Ciao Italia

Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

31 Fri

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Smart Travels Europe

Devil’s Brigade

Simply Ming

New Scandinavian Africa Trek Cooking

Opportunity for All: Integrating Society Red Green Show

Travelscope

BBC World News

11: 00

Worldfocus Album

Charlie Rose

Worldfocus

Inside The Boardroom: Xerox CEO

Whistleblowing or Leaking? Album

Time Team America: Range Creek,

Ascent of Money

As Time Goes By

Red Green Show

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Utah

Parklands of the Midwest

Make ‘em Laugh: The Funny Business of America

Hubert Keller: Tommy Tang’s Chefs A’field Secrets of a Chef Let’s Get Cooking

Rick Steves’ Europe

Lost Bird of Wounded Knee

Almanac: Hands- Iron Range: A People’s History On History

Korea: Survivor Stories

Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Green Bay

Album

Amazon: Super River

As Time Goes By

Red Green Show

Globe Trekker: Ice Trekking

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

This Old House Hour: Weston

Savage Planet: Extremes

Julia Child Cooking

Simply Ming

Chefclass

New Scandinavian Africa Trek Cooking

Smart Travels Europe

Parklands of the Midwest

MI-5: The Suffering of Strangers

Old to New: Remodel, Restore, Revitalize

Anne Mulcahy

1 1 :3 0

Nova: Kings of Camouflage

Ciao Italia

Project

Thu

Rick Steves’ Europe

Nova ScienceNow Chefclass

10: 30

Red Green Show

Nova: AstroSpies Julia Child Cooking

10: 00

As Time Goes By

China & The US: An Evolving Relationship

The Northern Forest

30

Chefs A’field

9: 30

China & The US: An Evolving Relationship

Minnesota: A History of the Land:

Wed

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Make ‘em Laugh: The Funny Business of America

Your Role in Foreign Policy

Roads, Rails and Urban Change

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Tommy Tang’s Let’s Get Cooking

8 :3 0

Travelscope

Worldfocus Parklands of the Midwest

The Alps

Worldfocus

Sustain MN - Local Ecotourism Cooks, Local Foods

Energy: Powering North Dakota’s Economy

Energizing The Future: The Quiet Crisis

Iron Country: Historic Indian

Album

Taste of the Midwest

Almanac

Washington Week

Bill Moyers Journal

Red Green Show

Red Green Show

Eastenders

Eastenders

Rick Steves’ Europe

BBC World News

Charlie Rose

Ciao Italia

Now On PBS

Hubert Keller: Tommy Tang’s Chefs A’field Secrets of a Chef Let’s Get Cooking

Prostitution: Myths of Beyond The Myths Addiction

On The Road Together

Sexy Without Sex

Smart Travels Europe

People and the Fur Trade

Khat in the Somali No Fear CPR: Take Almanac Community Action, Save Lives

Worldfocus Album

Taste of the Midwest

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S ummer is here! One of the best ways to enjoy warm and sunny days is with your family, good friends, and of course, good barbeque.

Steven Raichlen, award-winning author, journalist, cooking teacher, and host of a LIFE's Barbecue University shares with us a great recipe for Dry-Rub Ribs. Enjoy!

Memphis Dry Rub Ribs Serves 4

* 2 racks baby back ribs (4 to 5 pounds) * 2 cups hickory chips or chunks, soaked in cold water For the mop sauce: (optional) * 2 cups distilled white vinegar * 1/2 cup water * 1/2 cup Dijon mustard * 1 tablespoon salt

For the rub: * 2 tablespoons paprika * 1 tablespoon black pepper * 1 tablespoon dark brown sugar * 1-1/2 teaspoons salt * 1-1/2 teaspoons celery salt * 1 teaspoon garlic powder * 1 teaspoon dry mustard * 1 teaspoon cumin * 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

1. Wash the ribs and blot dry. Remove the thin papery skin on the back of each rack of ribs. (Pull it off in a sheet with your fingers, using a corner of a dish towel to gain a secure grip.) 2. Combine the ingredients for the rub in bowl and mix. Rub 2/3 of this mixture on the ribs on both sides. Transfer the ribs to a roasting pan and let marinate for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight. 3. Set up the grill for indirect grilling and preheat to medium (about 350 degrees). Place a drip pan in the center. If using a gas grill, place all the chips in the smoker box or smoker pouch and preheat the grill to high. When smoke appears, lower the heat to medium. If using a charcoal grill, toss the wood chips on the coals. 4. Place the ribs on the grill over the drip pan and cover the grill. Cook the ribs until cooked, 1-1/4 to 1-1/2 hours. Start basting with mop sauce after 30 minutes, basting every 20 minutes. If using a charcoal grill, replenish the coals after 1 hour. The ribs are done when the meat is very tender and it has shrunk back from the ends of the bones. 5. Transfer the ribs to a cutting board or platter. Mop one final time with mop sauce and sprinkle with the remaining rub. Serve with your favorite barbecue sauce on the side.

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Excerpted from BBQ USA: 425 FIERY RECIPES FROM ALL ACROSS AMERICA And can be found at: www.bbqu.net

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Below you will find programs listed alphabetically for three channels: a 2, a LIFE, a MN for the evening hours (7pm – midnight). Shows with an (*) will repeat during those hours this month; check tpt.org for repeat dates and times.

A-C 10-J: THE HISTORY OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF KANSAS CITY Tue 6/2 10pm (MN)

3-MINUTE EGG Saturdays 9pm (MN)

ADDING VALUE Tue 6/30 7:30pm (MN)

ADIGA IYO DARYEELKA CAAFIMAADKAAGA / HEALTH, CARE AND YOU Fri 6/26 9:30pm (MN)

AFRICA TREK

Tue & Thu 9pm, starting 7/7 (Life)

AGE WELL, LIVE WELL: A TOWN HALL FORUM Fri 6/5 7pm (MN)

ALBUM

Mon-Fri 11pm, starting 6/8 (MN)

ALMANAC

Fridays 7pm (2) *

ALMANAC: HANDS-ON HISTORY Wednesdays 7:30pm (MN)

AMAZON: SUPER RIVER Thu 7/30 9pm (2)

AMERICA AT A CROSSROADS The Mosque In Morgantown Sun 6/21 10:30pm (2)

AMERICA'S HOME COOKING: EASY RECIPES FOR THRIFTY COOKING Sat 6/13 7pm (Life)

AMERICAN CHESTNUT Thu 7/23 8:30pm (MN)

AMERICAN DREAM UNDER FIRE Tue 6/30 7pm (MN)

AMERICAN MASTERS Neil Young: Don't Be Denied Wed 6/10 8:30pm (2) * Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes Wed 7/1 8pm (2) * Bob Newhart: Unbuttoned Sat 7/11 8pm (2) Cary Grant: A Class Apart Sat 7/25 8pm (2) AMIRI BARAKA: THE POWER OF THE WORD Sat 7/25 7pm (MN)

ANGELA DAVIS: EDUCATION NOT INCARCERATION Sun 6/21 11pm (MN)

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW Mondays 7pm (2) *

ANYONE AND EVERYONE Sun 6/14 10:30pm (2)

ARMENIANS AND TURKEY'S LINGERING PAST Mon 7/13 9pm (MN)

ARTWEAR IN MOTION Sat 6/20 7:30pm (MN)

AS TIME GOES BY Mon, Tue & Fri 10pm (2)

ASCENT OF MONEY Wednesdays 7/8-7/29 9pm (2)

ATTACK! IN PURSUIT OF AFRICA'S MANEATERS Africa's Giants Tue 6/16 8pm (2) AUSTIN CITY LIMITS Sundays 9pm, starting 6/14 (Life)

BACK ON THE MISSISSIPPI Wed 7/1 9pm (MN)

BARN AGAIN!

Thu 7/16 8pm (MN)

BARRY MANILOW: SONGS FROM THE SEVENTIES Sat 6/20 10:40pm (2)

BBC WORLD NEWS Mon-Fri 10pm (Life)

BELAHDAN

Saturdays 10:30pm (MN)

BELIEFS ABOUT POVERTY Sun 7/5 11pm (MN)

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PROGRAM INDEX

BEYOND DIPLOMACY

COEXISTENCE

Mon 6/8 9pm (MN)

Mon 7/20 9:30pm (MN)

Mon 6/8 8:10pm (2) *

Mon 6/15 7pm (MN)

BIG BAND YEARS The Big Show People Will Talk Sat 6/13 8pm (2) Lolita Sat 6/20 8pm (2) On The Town Sat 6/27 8pm (2) Anchors Aweigh Sat 7/11 9:30pm (2) Waking Ned Devine Sat 7/18 8pm (2) How I Won The War Sat 7/18 9:35pm (2) Gigot Sat 7/25 9:30pm (2) BILL MOYERS JOURNAL Fridays 9pm (2)

BIRDS OF WISCONSIN

COLMAN MCCARTHY: PEACE & POVERTY COMING HOME: SUPPORTING YOUR SOLDIER Fri 6/26 7pm (MN)

CONFLICT RESOLUTION: SWEDISH & NORWEGIAN EXPERIENCE Mon 6/8 7pm (MN)

CONVERSATIONS AT ST. JOHNS Teaching the Homeless and Rural Poor in India Mon 7/6 10pm (MN) CONVERSATIONS AT ST. JOHN'S: LECH WALESA SPEAKS

Thu 7/2 9pm (MN)

Mon 7/13 8pm (MN)

Mon 6/22 10pm (MN)

Sundays 7pm, starting 7/19 (Life)

Wed 6/17 7pm (2) *

Thu 6/4 9pm (MN)

Tue 6/9 9:30pm (MN)

Fri 6/5 8pm (MN)

BLUEPRINT FOR ACTION: IMMIGRATION BOB HOPE: HOLLYWOOD'S BRIGHTEST STAR A BOLD EXPERIMENT: MET COUNCIL AT 40 BONANZA FARMS: PRAIRIE GIANTS OF THE NORTHERN PLAINS Thu 6/25 8:30pm (MN)

BROKEN TRUSTS BROKEN CHILDHOODS Fri 7/17 8pm (MN)

CRAFT IN AMERICA CRANE SONG

THE CREATIVE POWER OF AGING CRIMINAL RECORDS, RACE AND JUSTICE Sun 6/28 11pm (MN)

D-J

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE E STREET BAND: LIVE IN BARCELONA

DANIEL O'DONNELL HOPE AND PRAISE

Sat 7/4 11:30pm (2) *

Sat 7/18 8pm (Life)

BRULE, LIVE AT MT. RUSHMORE: A CONCERT FOR RECONCILIATION OF THE CULTURES Sat 7/18 8pm (MN)

BUDAPEST TO BERLIN: ON TOUR WITH THE SPCO

DAISY COOKS! WITH DAISY MARTINEZ Tue & Thu 8pm, starting 6/11 8pm (Life)

DAKOTA LIFE

Mon-Fri 11:30pm, starting 6/16 (MN)

DEEP DISH

Sat 7/11 7pm (MN)

Thu 6/18 9pm (MN)

Tue 6/23 10pm (MN)

Thu 6/11 7pm (MN)

Tue 6/2 8pm (MN)

Mon 6/15 8pm (MN)

Tue & Thu 9pm, starting 6/11 (Life)

Sun 7/19 9pm (MN) *

BUILDING AT A CROSSROADS BUILDING OUR FUTURE BURT WOLF: TRAVELS & TRADITIONS CALL TO JUSTICE Sun 6/14 11pm (MN)

CAPITOL FOURTH Sat 7/4 8pm (2)

CAREGIVING: MAKING A DIFFERENCE Fri 7/24 7pm (MN)

CASS GILBERT: STANDING THE TEST OF TIME Wed 6/17 7pm (MN)

CHANGE YOUR BRAIN, CHANGE YOUR LIFE Tue 6/2 10pm (2)

CHARLIE ROSE

DEEP DISH WITH WILLIAM ARNTZ DEMOCRACY IN SOUTH AFRICA DEPALMA ON NORTH AMERICA AS A NATION DESTINATION: WORLD Coral Reef Adventure Tue 7/7 9pm (2) The Alps Tue 7/7 9:45pm (2) Mystery of the Nile Tue 7/14 9pm (2) DEVIL'S BRIGADE Tue 7/21 9pm (2) Tue 7/28 9pm (2)

DISCOVERING FLUID POWER Tue 7/7 7pm (MN)

DO THE MEDIA UNDERSTAND POVERTY? Tue 6/9 10pm (MN)

Mon-Fri 10:30pm (Life)

CHEFCLASS

DOWN ON SKID ROW, A TAPE'S ROLLING! SPECIAL

Tue & Thu 7:30pm starting 7/28 (Life)

Wed 7/15 7pm (MN)

CHEFS A' FIELD: CULINARY ADVENTURES THAT BEGIN ON THE FARM Mon, Wed & Fri 8:30pm, starting 7/3 (Life)

CHILDREN'S RISKS & CHILDREN'S RIGHTS

DR. WAYNE DYER: EXCUSES BEGONE! Tue 6/2 7pm (2) *

DRUG COURTS: JUSTICE THAT HEALS

Fri 6/12 8pm (MN)

Fri 7/17 7pm (MN)

CHINA & THE US: AN EVOLVING RELATIONSHIP

DRUGS & ALCOHOL: IMMIGRANT PERSPECTIVES

Mon 7/27 8 & 9pm (MN)

Fri 6/12 8:30pm (MN)

Sat 7/4 8pm (MN)

Tue 6/30 8pm (MN)

Mon, Wed & Fri 7pm, starting 6/12 (Life)

Sun 7/26 9:30pm (MN)

CIA AND THE CINEMA: A STRANGE BOND

CIAO ITALIA

CIKALA MAKA ANISHNABE /BECOMING MEDIAWISE Fri 6/19 7:30pm (MN)

CIVIL RIGHTS ACROSS GENERATIONS Sun 6/28 10pm (MN)

DULUTH HARBOR: WORKING WATERFRONT EAST AFRICA: NEW FACES NEW EXPERIENCES EASTENDERS Fridays 11pm (2) *

ECHO HIV and AIDS Awareness Sat 6/6 11pm (MN) Folic Acid and Prenatal Care Sat 6/13 11pm (MN) *

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Preventing Colon Cancer Sun 6/21 8pm (MN) * Roadway Safety Sat 6/20 11pm (MN) * Seasonal and Pandemic Flu Differences Sat 7/11 11pm (MN)

109a West Nile and Lyme Disease Sun 7/19 8pm (MN) *

ECOTOURISM

Thu 7/30 7:30pm (MN)

EMILE NORMAN: BY HIS OWN DESIGN

Sat 6/27 9:40pm (2)

IN THE LIFE Women through the Lens Wed 6/24 11pm (2) Revising Gender Wed 6/24 11:30pm (2) IN THE SHADOW OF THE ACROPOLIS

Sat 7/4 9:30pm (2)

Mon 6/29 7pm (MN)

Respect Yourself: The Stax Records Story Garrison Keillor's Independence Day Special: A Prairie Home Companion at Tanglewood GREATEST GENERATION FILM SHOWCASE Wed 6/17 8pm (MN)

GREATEST GENERATION FILM SHOWCASE 3 Wed 6/3 8pm (MN)

INDEPENDENT LENS Ask Not Wed 6/17 11pm (2) * Arusi Persian Wedding Sun 6/21 11:30pm (2) A Son's Sacrifice Sat 6/27 11:30pm (Life) An Unreasonable Man Sat 7/4 10pm (Life) The World According to Sesame Street

Sat 6/20 11pm (Life)

GREATEST GENERATION SHOWCASE 2: THE WAR

Sat 6/6 9:30pm (MN) Sat 6/13 9:30pm (MN)

Wed 6/10 8pm (MN)

Sat 7/11 11pm (Life)

Thu 6/25 8pm (MN)

Sun 7/19 11pm (MN)

EN FAMILIA

ENERGIZING THE FUTURE: THE QUIET CRISIS Thu 7/30 9pm (MN)

ENERGY: POWERING NORTH DAKOTA'S ECONOMY Thu 7/30 8pm (MN)

ENGINEERING MN'S FUTURE: Betty Shanahan Tue 6/16 7pm (MN) George Buckley Tue 6/23 7pm (MN) EQUINE FORESTRY

GREEN CITIES: LEADING THE WAY GREENING OF MINNESOTA Environmental Success Stories Thu 6/25 7:30pm (MN)

HEALTH CARE: MODELS FOR CHANGE Mon 6/1 9:30pm (MN)

HEALTH LEADERSHIP: ACTION STEPS Fri 7/24 9pm (MN)

HEALTH, CARE AND YOU

Thu 6/18 7pm (MN)

Fri 6/26 8pm (MN)

Sun 6/14 7:30pm (MN) *

Fri 7/3 8pm (MN)

EVERYDAY TRAUMA: KIDS' MENTAL WELLNESS

HEALTHCARE AND INNOVATION

FARMHOUSES IN THE HEARTLAND: THE DEATH OF THE DREAM

HEART HEALTHY YOGA: YOGA FOR THE REST OF US

Wed 7/15 9pm (MN)

Mon 6/1 9pm (Life)

FILLMORE: THE LAST DAYS Sun 6/7 8:30pm (Life) *

FINDING THE PASSION TO LEAD

HERD ABOUT THE PRAIRIE: A VIRTUAL ART STAMPEDE Sat 6/20 7pm (MN)

Tue 7/14 7pm (MN)

FLUID POWER: A FORCE FOR CHANGE

HILL'S FOLLY: JAMES J. HILL AND THE BUILDING OF THE STONE ARCH BRIDGE

Tue 7/7 7:30pm (MN)

Wed 7/1 7pm (MN)

Mon, Wed & Fri 8pm, starting 6/12 (Life)

Mondays 8pm, starting 6/15 (2)

FOOD TRIP WITH TODD ENGLISH FOOD, FUEL AND CLIMATE CHANGE Thu 6/4 8:30pm (MN) *

FOOTSTEPS: A JOURNEY IN FAITH Mon 7/20 7pm (MN)

FREEDOM SONGS: THE MUSIC OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT Wed 6/3 10:30pm (2) *

FRENCH PERSPECTIVE: PROSPECTS FOR TRANSATLANTIC RELATIONS Mon 6/15 9pm (MN)

FRESH DULUTH Tue 6/9 9pm (MN)

FRONTLINE Breaking the Bank Tue 6/16 9pm (2) FRONTLINE/WORLD

HISTORY DETECTIVES HISTORY OF MINNESOTA MOSQUITO CONTROL Thu 6/18 7:30pm (MN)

HISTORY PROJECT Hitler's Atlantic Wall Thu 6/25 8pm (2) HOLOCAUST AFTERMATH: ACROSS GENERATIONS Mon 6/29 7:31pm (MN)

HOME OR HIGH WATER Clean Up Thu 6/11 9:30pm (MN) Preparation Thu 6/11 9pm (MN) HONOR MOST PROUD Wed 7/22 7pm (MN)

HOPE FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS Mon 6/8 10:30pm (MN)

Tue 6/23 8pm (2)

GENOCIDE AGAIN: DARFUR

HOW ALCOHOL CAME TO THE AMERICAN INDIAN

Mon 6/8 10pm (MN) *

Fri 7/10 8pm (MN)

GERMANS FROM RUSSIA: CHILDREN OF THE STEPPE, CHILDREN OF THE PRAIRIE Mon 6/15 10pm (MN)

GETTING RIGHT WITH AIDS Friday 7/10 8:30pm (MN)

GETTING THERE

Sundays 7pm, starting 6/7 (MN)

GLOBAL HEALTH & SECURITY Mon 6/29 9:30pm (MN)

GLOBAL JUSTICE & HUMAN RIGHTS TRIALS Mon 6/22 9pm (MN)

GLOBE TREKKER Thursday 11pm (2) *

GREAT PERFORMANCES Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood: In Concert from Madison Square Garden Tue 6/2 8pm (Life) Stevie Wonder: Live at Last Wed 6/3 7pm (2) * Chess in Concert Wed 6/17 8pm (2) *

www.tpt.org • a

INEQUALITY MATTERS INSIDE THE BOARDROOM Ann Fudge Tue 7/7 9pm (MN) Jill Lajdziak Tue 6/23 9pm (MN) Linda Alvarado Tue 7/14 9pm (MN) Martha Rogers Tue 7/21 9pm (MN) Reatha Clark King Tue 6/16 9pm (MN) Susan Engel Tue 6/2 9pm (MN) Thia Breen Sun 6/7 9pm (MN) * Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy Tue 7/28 9pm (MN) INTERFAITH BRIDGES TO HOLY LAND PEACE Mon 7/20 8pm (MN)

IRON COUNTRY Thursdays 10pm (MN)

IRON RANGE: A PEOPLE'S HISTORY Wed 7/29 8pm (MN)

JAMES J. HILL: EMPIRE BUILDER Wed 7/8 7pm (MN)

JOANNE WEIR'S COOKING CLASS Mon, Wed & Fri 7:30pm, starting 6/12 (Life)

JOHN DENVER: THE WILDLIFE CONCERT Mon 6/1 8:30pm (2)*

JOINING FORCES Home Again Fri 6/26 7:30pm (MN) On The Mend Fri 7/10 7pm (MN) Grey Matters Fri 7/10 7:30pm (MN) JOINING FORCES TO END HUNGER Fri 6/5 9pm (MN)

JOSH GROBAN, AN EVENING IN NEW YORK CITY: A SOUNDSTAGE SPECIAL EVENT Sun 6/7 8:30pm (2) *

JOURNEYMAN

Fri 6/12 7:30pm (MN)

JUAN COLE: INTERNET AND WAR ON TERROR Tue 6/2 7pm (MN)

JULIA CHILD - COOKING WITH MASTER CHEFS Thursdays 7pm, starting 7/2 (Life)

JUSTICE MATTERS Sun 7/12 11pm (MN)

HOW ART MADE THE WORLD Sundays 6/14-7/12 7pm (Life)

HUBERT KELLER: SECRETS OF A CHEF Mon, Wed & Fri, starting 7/17 7:30pm (Life)

K-M

IMMIGRANT STORIES REVEALED Mon 6/1 7:30pm (MN)

IMMIGRATION Minnesota's Agenda Tue 7/7 8pm (MN) Minnesota's Workforce & Culture Tue 7/14 8pm (MN)

Homeland Security Tue 7/21 8pm (MN) IMPORTANCE OF WOMEN IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD

KEN BURNS AMERICAN STORIES Brooklyn Bridge Thu 7/2 8pm (2) KEV NOJ QAB NYOB ZOO THIAB KOJ/ HEALTH, CARE AND YOU Fri 6/26 9pm (MN)

KHAT IN THE SOMALI COMMUNITY Fri 7/31 9pm (MN)

Mon 6/29 10pm (MN)

KINPRIDE

Tue & Thu 7pm, starting 6/11 (Life)

KOFI ANNAN SPEAKS IN MINNESOTA

Tue 6/30 9pm (2)

KOREA: SURVIVOR STORIES

IN JULIA'S KITCHEN WITH MASTER CHEFS IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF MARCO POLO

Saturdays 9:30pm, starting 6/20 (MN) Mon 7/6 7pm (MN)

Wed 7/29 9pm (MN)

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KUWU NGUYU: LIVING WELL WITH AIDS Friday 7/10 9pm (MN)

LA SALUD, SU CUIDADO Y USTED/ HEALTH, CARE AND YOU Fri 6/26 8:30pm (MN)

LA VIDA NO ES JUSTA Fri 6/12 7pm (MN)

LAKE MINNETONKA'S FUTURE Thu 7/9 9:30pm (MN)

LAKE STREET

Wed 6/3 7pm (MN)

MINNESOTA WORKFORCE: FACES OF THE FUTURE Tue 6/16 8pm (MN)

MINNESOTA'S LAKES AT RISK Sun 6/21 7:30pm (MN)

MINNESOTA'S ROLE IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY Sun 7/19 10pm (MN)

MINNESOTA: A HISTORY OF THE LAND Wednesdays 7pm, starting 7/1 (2)

Tue 6/30 10pm (MN)

MINNOVATION: THE GEEK AND THE WEATHERMAN

Sun 6/7 7:30pm (MN)

Tue 7/21 7pm (MN)

LAND OF LAKES CHOIRBOYS BACKSTAGE LARK RISE TO CANDLEFORD Sundays 8pm, starting 6/14 (2) *

THE LAST 6%: TREASURING OUR OPEN SPACES

MODERN JUSTICE / PAST PRACTICE 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Forum Mon 6/22 8pm (MN)

MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD

Thu 6/25 7pm (MN)

Thu 7/9 8pm (MN)

Thu 6/11 8:30pm (MN)

Thu 7/23 8pm (MN)

Tue 6/16 8:30pm (MN)

Mon 7/13 7pm (MN)

LAST OF THE RAINWATER BASINS LEADING WOMEN: REATHA CLARK KING LEGACY OF A LEADER: ELMER ANDERSEN Sun 6/14 8:30pm (MN) *

LEGENDS & LYRICS Sundays 10pm, starting 6/14 (Life)

LENDING A HAND: THE WAKANHEZA PROJECT

MORE SOARING SOUTH DAKOTA MOUSSAOUI CASE REVISITED MOVEABLE FEAST WITH AMERICA'S FAVORITE CHEFS Fri 6/5 7pm (Life)

MOVING THE DEBATE ON HEALTH CARE REFORM Sun 7/5 10pm (MN)

MUSIC INSTINCT: SCIENCE AND SONG

Sun 6/21 10:30pm (MN) *

Wed 6/24 8pm (2)

Thu 7/16 7pm (MN)

Sat 7/4 7pm (MN)

LEWIS AND CLARK: PATHWAYS LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble Tue 6/9 7pm (2)

LIVING WITH A HOLE IN YOUR POCKET Sun 6/7 10pm (MN)*

LONG-TERM CARE FINANCING SOLUTIONS Fri 6/19 8pm (MN) *

MUSICAL BRIDGES: NOUR MUSLIMS IN MN: HOW ARE WE DOING? Mon 7/13 10pm (MN)

MY HERO Top of the Table Mon 6/1 10:30pm (2) Believe Thu 6/11 10:30pm (2) MYTHS OF ADDICTION Fri 7/31 7:30pm (MN)

LOST BIRD OF WOUNDED KNEE Wed 7/29 7pm (MN)

LOST TWIN CITIES Mon 6/1 7pm (2) *

MADE IN SPAIN

Mon, Wed & Fri 8:30pm, starting 6/12 (Life)

MAGNIFICENT MIND AT ANY AGE WITH DR. DANIEL AMEN Sun 6/7 10pm (2)

MAKE 'EM LAUGH: THE FUNNY BUSINESS OF AMERICA Nerds, Jerks & Oddballs: Would Ya Hit a Guy with Glasses? Mon 6/22 9pm (2) Breadwinners and Homemakers: Honey, I'm Home! Mon 6/29 9pm (2) * The Knockabouts: Slip on a Banana Peel Mon 7/6 9pm (2) *

The Groundbreakers: When I'm Bad, I'm Better Mon 7/13 9pm (2) * Wiseguys and Smart-Alecks: Never Give a Sucker an Even Break Mon 7/20 9pm (2) * Satire and Parody: Sock It to Me? Mon 7/27 9pm (2) *

MAKE:

Fridays 6/12-7/3 9:30pm (Life)

MAKING AN OPERA - THE GRAPES OF WRATH Sat 6/13 7:30pm (MN)

MAKING OF MILWAUKEE Wednesdays 6/3-6/24 10pm (MN)

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY!

Sundays 9pm, starting 6/14 (2)

MI-5

Thursdays 6/11-7/9 9pm (2) *

MING IN MINNEAPOLIS Sat 6/27 8:30pm (MN)

MINNESOTA AT 150: REAL AND IMAGINED Wednesdays 8pm, starting 6/24 (MN)

MINNESOTA REGIMENTS

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N-R NATURE Sundays 7pm, starting 6/14 (2)

NATURE IN THE BALANCE: CO2 SEQUESTRATION Thu 7/2 7pm (MN)

NEVER STOP SINGING Sun 6/7 8pm (MN) *

NEW ENERGY Thu 6/4 8pm (MN)

NEW SCANDINAVIAN COOKING WITH CLAUS MEYER Tue & Thu 8:30pm, starting 7/2 (Life)

NEW SCANDINAVIAN COOKING WITH TINA NORDSTROM Tue & Thu 6/11-6/30 8:30pm (Life)

NEWS AND AUDIENCE RESPONSIBILITIES Tue 6/9 8pm (MN) *

NIKKI GIOVANNI ON POETRY & TRUTH Sat 6/6 7pm (MN)

NO FEAR CPR: TAKE ACTION, SAVE LIVES Fri 7/31 9:30pm (MN)

NORDIC ROOTS PRIMER Sat 6/13 7pm (MN)

NORTH TO THE MANDAN NATION Wed 6/24 7pm (MN)

NOVA Marathon Challenge Mon 6/15 11pm (2) Bone Diggers Tue 6/16 7pm (2) * Ape Genius Tue 6/23 7pm (2) * Musical Minds Tue 6/30 7pm (2) * Secrets of the Samurai Sword Tue 7/7 7pm (2) * Secrets of the Parthenon Tue 7/14 7pm (2) * Kings of Camouflage Tue 7/21 7pm (2) * Astrospies Tue 7/28 7pm (2) NOVA SCIENCENOW

NOW ON PBS Fridays 8:30pm (2)

OCETI SAKOWIN: THE PEOPLE OF THE SEVEN COUNCIL FIRES Sat 6/27 7pm (MN)

OLD LOG THEATRE CELEBRATES 65 YEARS Sat 7/25 8:30pm (MN)

OLD MINNESOTA: SONG OF THE NORTH STAR Sat 7/11 8pm (MN)

THE OLD RED TRAIL Tue 7/14 10pm (MN)

OLD TO NEW: REMODEL, RESTORE, REVITALIZE Tue 7/28 8pm (MN)

ON AIR - 40 YEARS OF RADIO TALKING BOOK Wed 6/17 7:30pm (MN)

ON THE FRONTLINE: TROOP A IN IRAQ Mon 6/8 8pm (MN)

ON THE ROAD TOGETHER: TEEN DRIVING Sun 7/12 7:30pm (MN) *

ONLY IN THE CASTRO WITH TREVOR HAILEY Sun 6/14 11:30pm (2)

OPIUM USE: A HMONG PERSPECTIVE Mon 6/1 7pm (MN)

OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL Closing the Gap Tue 7/21 10pm (MN) Integrating Society Tue 7/27 10pm (MN) OUR ENVIRONMENT AND OUR HEALTH Thu 7/2 8pm (MN)

OUR STATEHOUSE: A CAPITOL IDEA Wed 7/1 10pm (MN)

OUTDOOR RECREATION IN DECLINE Thursday 7/23 9pm (MN)

OUT & PROUD IN CHICAGO Sun 6/28 10:30pm (2)

OUT OF THE AIR INTO THE SOIL: LAND PRACTICES THAT REDUCE ATMOSPHERIC CARBON Thu 6/4 7pm (MN)

P.O.V. The Education of Shelby Knox Sat 6/13 10pm (Life) Omar & Pete Sat 6/13 11:30pm (Life) New Muslim Cool Tue 6/23 9pm (2) * Life Support Music Sun 7/12 10:30pm (2) * Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars Sat 7/18 11:30pm (Life)

The Reckoning: The Battle for the International Criminal Court Sun 7/19 10:30pm (2) * The Judge and the General Sat 7/25 11:30pm (Life) The Betrayal (Nerakhoon) Sun 7/26 10:30pm (2) PARENTING: READY, SET GO Bedtime Fri 6/12 9pm (MN) Reading Fri 6/12 9:30pm (MN) Love & Limits Fri 6/19 9pm (MN) Food Feuds Fri 6/19 9:30pm (MN) PARKINSON'S IN MINNESOTA Sun 7/5 9pm (MN) *

PARKLANDS OF THE MIDWEST WITH DAN KAERCHER Illinois & Indiana Mon 6/1 11:30pm (MN) * Michigan & Ohio Tue 6/2 11:30pm (MN) * Nebraska & Iowa Wed 7/22 11:30pm (MN) North Dakota & South Dakota Thu 7/23 11:30pm (MN) Kansas & Missouri Fri 7/24 11:30pm (MN) Minnesota/Wisconsin Mon 7/27 11:30pm (MN) PAUL SIMON: THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS GERSHWIN PRIZE FOR POPULAR SONG Wed 6/3 9pm (2) *

PBS PREVIEWS: THE NATIONAL PARKS: AMERICA'S BEST IDEA Wed 7/1 9:30pm (2) * PEARL HARBOR SURVIVORS Wed 7/8 9pm (MN)

THE PEOPLE SPEAK: AMERICA DEBATES IT'S ROLE IN THE WORLD Mon 6/29 8pm (MN)

PETS IN THE CROSSFIRE OF FAMILY VIOLENCE Fri 7/24 8pm (MN)

Tuesdays 8pm, starting 6/30 (2)

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POLITICAL CONVENTIONS & CAMPAIGN CIVILITY

SAVAGE PLANET

TOBACCO VS. MINNESOTA: CLEARING THE AIR

Thursdays 8pm, starting 7/9 (2)

Fri 7/3 9:30pm (MN)

Fri 7/10 9:30pm (MN)

Mon, Wed & Fri 8pm, starting 7/27 (Life)

Sun 7/26 10pm (MN)

SAVE A LIFE: HEART CARE AND YOU

Sat 6/27 8pm (MN)

SAVING CHILDREN: THE SEX ABUSE TRAGEDY

Wed 7/8 10pm (MN)

THE SEVEN VOYAGES OF ZHENG HE

Sat 7/18 7pm (MN)

SEXY WITHOUT SEX

Sat 6/20 8pm (MN)

THE POWER OF THE ARTS PRAIRIE CHURCHES PRAIRIE DAYS I PRAIRIE QUILTS PROFESSIONS AS VOCATION: THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY AND CAREERISM

Fri 7/17 9pm (MN)

Mon 6/1 8pm (MN)

TOMMY TANG'S LET'S GET COOKING TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS: LIVE FROM GATORVILLE - PT 2 Sat 6/13 11pm (2) *

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Capitol Report Getting There

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Angela Davis: Education Not Incarceration

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Power of the Ming In 3-Minute Arts Minneapolis Egg

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Lost Bird of Wounded Knee

Carnegie Hall Capitol Report Getting There

Nightly P. Allen Smith’s Victory Business Report Garden Home Garden

Civil Rights Across Generations

Criminal Records, Race and Outdoor Justice Wisconsin

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People Speak: America Debates It’s Role Global Health Importance of Women in in the World & Security the Developing World

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Shaping Your Com. Tobacco Vs. MN: for a Lifetime Clearing The Air

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Echo: Preventing Colon Cancer

CIA and the Cinema: A Strange Bond

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Echo: Folic Acid and Prenatal Care

Native Report Native Report

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Chefs A’field

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Getting There Getting There

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Super Why!

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Beliefs About Poverty

Sara’s Weeknight Simply Ming Meals

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

Simple Living

Moving The Debate On Health Care Reform

Barney & Friends

Ciao Italia

Immigration: Minnesota’s

Inside The Boardroom: Ann Fudge

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Antiques Roadshow FYI

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Julia Child Cooking

Smart Investments In Minnesota Album Students Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Minnesota at 150: Real and Imagined: Arts and Culture

Pearl Harbor Survivors

Prairie Churches

Desert Speaks

Katie Brown Workshop

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Class

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

More Precious Than Gold

Ciao Italia

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Simply Ming

Food Trip with Todd English

Lake Minnetonka’s Iron Country: Immigrant Labor, Future Unions and Range Politics

Sid The Science Kid

Super Why!

How Alcohol Am. Indian

Getting Right Living Well with AIDS with AIDS

Save A Life: Heart Care and You

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Wordgirl

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Wishbone

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3-Minute Egg

Kinpride

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Echo: Seasonal and Pandemic Flu Differences

Native Report Native Report

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Victory Garden

Ciao Italia

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Food Trip with Todd English

Chefs A’field

Smart Travels Tavis Smiley - Europe

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

Clifford The Big Dragon Tales Red Dog

Wordworld

Barney & Friends

Rick Steves’ Europe

News and Audience Responsibilities

Living with a Hole In Your Pocket

Watergate Revisited: Lawyer Ethics

Justice Matters

Capitol Report

Getting There

Desert Speaks

Simple Living

Sara’s Weeknight Simply Ming Meals

New Scandinavian Africa Trek Cooking

Travelscope

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Venture North

Chefs A’field:

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Smart Travels Tavis Smiley - Europe

Old Red Trail

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Sara’s Weeknight Simply Ming Meals

New Scandinavian Africa Trek Cooking

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Conversations at St. John’s: Lech Walesa Speaks Desert Speaks

Workforce & Culture

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Armenians and Turkey’s Lingering Muslims In MN: How Are We Past Doing?

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Smart Garden Home

Immigration: Minnesota’s

Ciao Italia

Inside The Boardroom: Linda

Alvarado

P. Allen Smith’s Antiques Garden Home Roadshow FYI

Minnesota at 150: Real and Imagined: Innovation

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Iron Country: Giant Corporations Industrialize The Range

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Last of the Last of the Great Scenic Railway Journeys: Celebrating North America: Summer Wine Summer Wine Parts 1 and 2

Charlie Rose Nature in the Balance

Last of the Last of the This Old House Hour: Weston Summer Wine Summer Wine Project

Single Stream Our Environment and Our Recycling Health

Birds of Wisconsin

Rebels and Redcoats: How Britain Lost America: The Shot Heard Around The World/American Crisis

(2:40) Rebels and Redcoats: How Britain Lost America: 3,2,1 Fireworks The War Moves South/The World Turned Upside Down

Quality In Early Care & Education

Healthcare and Innovation

Shaping Your Tobacco Vs. MN: Com. for a Lifetime Clearing The Air

Almanac

Terrorists On Trial After Guantanamo

Winslow Homer: Society and Solitude

Currier & Ives

Theater Talk

Capitol Fourth

Musical Bridges: Nour

CIA and the Cinema: A Strange Bond

3-Minute Egg

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Last of the Summer Wine

Never Stop Singing

Restoring Hope Parkinson’s In Minnesota One Car...

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Triumphs of the Human Spirit: Life As A Refugee

Charlie Rose

Last of the Summer Wine

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Fluid Power: A Force for Change

Charlie Rose James J. Hill: Empire Builder

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Minnesota at 150: Real and Imagined: Arts and Culture Last of the Summer Wine

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More Precious Than Gold

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Ken Burns American Stories: The Shakers: Hands to Work...

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How Alcohol Am. Indian

Pearl Harbor Survivors

Last of the This Old House Hour: Weston Summer Wine Project

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Prairie Churches

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Currier & Ives

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Great Performances: Cyrano De Bergerac

Budapest to Berlin: On Tour with the SPCO

Old Minnesota: Song of the North Star

3-Minute Egg

Kinpride

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Charlie Rose

Last of the Summer Wine

Last of the Masterpiece Mystery!: Miss Marple, Murder Is Summer Wine Easy

Charlie Rose

Last of the Summer Wine

Finding The Passion to Lead

Immigration: Minnesota’s Workforce & Culture

Charlie Rose

Last of the Summer Wine

Down On Skid Row, A Tape’s...

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Almanac: Hands- Minnesota at 150: Real and On History Imagined: Innovation

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Farmhouses in the Heartland: The Death of the Dream

Outdoor Wisconsin

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Echo: Seasonal and Pandemic

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Living with a Hole In Your Pocket Watergate Revisited: Lawyer Ethics

Last of the Nova: Secrets of the Parthenon Summer Wine

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Conversations at St. John’s: Armenians and Turkey’s Lech Walesa Speaks Lingering Past

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Smart Investments In Minnesota Students

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Carnegie Hall

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Capitol Report

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Almanac

Last of the Summer Wine

Native Report

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Save A Life: Heart Care and You

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Eastenders

News and Audience Responsibilities

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Never Stop Singing

Together

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Eastenders

Getting There On The Road

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Nightly Business P. Allen Smith’s Victory Report Garden Home Garden

Forgotten Ellis Island

The Statue of Liberty

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Lake Minnetonka’s Iron Country: Immigrant Labor, Album Future Unions and Range Politics

Ken Burns American Stories:

Outdoor Wisconsin

the American Sound

Last of the Nova: Secrets of the Samurai Sword Nova ScienceNow: Summer Wine

Charlie Rose

Joining Forces

Moving The Debate On Health Care Reform

Outdoor Wisconsin

Keeping Score: Copland and

Last of the Antiques Roadshow: Philadelphia, History Detectives Summer Wine PA

Immigration: Minnesota’s Last of the Summer Wine

Almanac: HandsOn History

Last of the Masterpiece Mystery!: Miss Marple: A Pocket Summer Wine Full of Rye

Somalia: A Viable State

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Restoring Hope Lake Street One Car at a Time

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Justice Matters

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Muslims In MN: How Are We Doing?

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Depalma On North America As A Nation

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Iron Country: Its Geologic Past, Geography, and Prehistory

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Old Log Theatre 3-Minute Egg Celebrates 65 yrs.

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Echo: Preventing Colon Cancer

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Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef

Tommy Tang’s Let’s Chefs A’field Get Cooking

Echo: West Nile and Lyme

Genocide Again: Darfur

East Africa: New Faces ...

Political Conventions & Campaign Rhetoric of Political Ads Civility

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China & The US: An Evolving Relationship

China & The US: An Evolving Relationship

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Old to New: Remodel, Restore, Revitalize

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Iron Range: A People’s History

Korea: Survivor Stories

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Energizing The Future: The Quiet Crisis

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Carnegie Hall

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Echo: West Nile and Lyme Disease

Depalma on North America as a Nation

Minnesota’s Role in the Global Economy

Inequality Matters

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Footsteps: A Journey In Faith

Interfaith Bridges to Holy Land Peace

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Immigration: Homeland

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Opportunity for All: Closing The Gap

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Ascent of Money

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Nightly P. Allen Smith’s Antiques Business Report Garden Home Roadshow FYI

Honor Most Almanac: Minnesota at 150: Real and Proud Hands-On ... Imagined: Education

Vietnam Survivor Stories

Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Janesville

Album

Parklands of the Midwest

Charlie Rose

Last of the Last of the Summer Wine Summer Wine

This Old House Hour: Weston Project

Savage Planet: Deadly

BBC World News

Nightly P. Allen Smith’s Katie Brown Business Report Garden Home Workshop

Soaring South Dakota

More Soaring South Dakota

Gates of the Arctic: Alaska’s Brooks Range

Minnovation: The Geek and the Weatherman Charlie Rose

Last of the Summer Wine

Security

Last of the Summer Wine

Outdoor Wisconsin

Venture North

Iron Country: Its Geologic Album Past, Geography, and Prehistory

Parklands of the Midwest

Emperors of the Ice

Masters of the Arctic Ice

Peace: The Handraised Polar Bear

Eastenders

Eastenders

Caregiving Lending A Hand

Pets in the Crossfire of Family Violence

Health Leadership: Action Steps

Almanac

Album

Parklands of the Midwest

Depalma On North America As A Nation

Great Museums Specials: The Smithsonian National Zoo

PBS Previews: The Theater Talk National Parks

Great Performances at the Met: La Sonnambula

Carnegie Hall

Amiri Baraka: The Power of the Word

Rose Ensemble

OldLogTheatre 3-Minute Egg Celebrates65yrs.

Vietnamese News

Getting There

Charlie Rose

Last of the Summer Wine

Last of the Masterpiece Mystery!: Miss Marple: Why Didn’t They Summer Wine Ask Evans?

Safe at Home Echo: West Nile and Lyme Disease

Genocide Again: Darfur

Kinpride

Last of the Summer Wine

Your Role In Foreign Policy

China & The US: An Evolving China & The US: An Evolving Relationship Relationship

Charlie Rose

Last of the Summer Wine

Roads, Rails and Urban Change

Old to New: Remodel, Restore, Revitalize

Charlie Rose

Last of the Summer Wine

Lost Bird of Almanac: Wounded... Hands-On ...

Iron Range: A People’s History

Korea: Survivor Stories

Charlie Rose

Last of the Summer Wine

Sustain MN

Ecotourism

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Last of the Summer Wine

Last of the Summer Wine

Energy: Powering North Dakota’s Economy

Native Report

Carnegie Hall

BBC World News

Native Report

Nightly Business P. Allen Smith’s Victory Garden Report Garden Home

Rhetoric of Political Ads

Outdoor Wisconsin

Venture North

BBC World News

Nightly Business P. Allen Smith’s Simple Living Report Garden Home

Opportunity for All: Integrating Society

Album

Parklands of the Midwest

Nova: AstroSpies

Nova ScienceNow

BBC World News

Nightly Business P. Allen Smith’s Garden Smart Report Garden Home

Inside The Boardroom: Xerox Ceo Anne

Whistleblowing or Leaking?

Album

Parklands of the Midwest

BBC World News

Nightly Business P. Allen Smith’s Antiques Report Garden Home Roadshow FYI

Wisconsin Hometown Stories: Green Bay

Album

Parklands of the Midwest

This Old House Hour: Weston Project

Savage Planet: Extremes

BBC World News

Nightly Business P. Allen Smith’s Katie Brown Report Garden Home Workshop

Energizing The Future: The Quiet Crisis

Iron Country: Historic Indian Album

Mulcahy

Last of the Time Team America: Range Creek, Utah Ascent of Money Summer Wine

Last of the Summer Wine

Lawrence Welk Show:

Echo: Preventing Colon Cancer Capitol Report

Antiques Roadshow: Fame and Fortune History Detectives

Venture North

Tribute to the Big Bands

Belahdan

East Africa: New Faces Political Conventions & New Experiences Campaign Civility

Charlie Rose

Outdoor Wisconsin

Venture North

Outdoor Recreation In Decline

Getting There

American Chestnut

Skies

Outdoor Wisconsin

People and the Fur Trade

Taste of the Midwest

Outdoor Wisconsin

Outdoor Wisconsin

Outdoor Wisconsin

Outdoor Wisconsin

Venture North

Venture North

Venture North

Venture North

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tpt Magazine - June | July 2009  

Twin Cities Public Television magazine. June and July 2009 program guide.

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