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MR SELFRIDGE with Jeremy Piven

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Iraq War: 10 Years Later Ten years ago this month, the American-led invasion of Iraq toppled the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein. The war and the men and women who fought it were captured by journalists embedded with the troops. Join Aaron Schachter of PRI’s The World and a distinguished panel who reported from the front lines—including journalists Sebastian Junger and Bob Woodruff, photojournalist Rita Leistner and US Army Col. Richard “Ross” Coffman—as they discuss and debate the role of journalists in war reporting. WGBH studios in Brighton. Fri, 3/15, 7–9pm. Info: wgbh.org/iraqwar Academy of St. Martin in the Fields

Start your weekend off with the renowned Academy of St. Martin in the Fields orchestra. Featuring cellist Alisa Weilerstein and pianist Inon Barnatan, the concert program includes Britten, Haydn and Bach. Fri, 3/8, at 8pm at Mechanics Hall, Worcester. WGBH members receive 50% off up to 2 tickets with code 99.5 (cannot be combined with any other offers, normal service fees apply). Info: musicworcester.org; 508-754-3231

The Elephant Walk Ready for a night out? The Elephant Walk specializes in authentic Cambodian and French cuisine. WGBH members receive 15% off food and beverage at all three locations: Boston, Cambridge and Waltham. (No discounts on meal tax and gratuity. Not FINE DINING valid for parties of 7 or more. Discount may not be combined with other offers.) Info: elephantwalk.com; 617-492-6900

The Glass Menagerie American Repertory Theater presents the Tennessee Williams classic, The Glass Menagerie. The family drama reveals a mother struggling to provide her daughter with a “gentleman caller” while her son dreams of escaping his oppressive life at home. Zachary Quinto stars as son Tom (far right), and Cherry Jones (far left) as matriarch Amanda Wingfield. Runs through 3/17 at Loeb Drama Center, Cambridge. WGBH members get $5 off A and B section tickets. Info: americanrepertorytheater.org; 617-496-8004


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Nick’s hungry tummy is rumbling! But why do our stomachs make noises when we’re hungry? A super shrunken trip into Thing One’s stomach will show the answer! Learn how chewing and stomach juices help break down food, and how the tummy sounds when it is working. When your tummy is empty, the sounds are much louder! There’s only one way to quiet Nick’s rumbly tumbly… get something to eat! Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot about That/Rumbly Tumbly Fri, 3/1 at 8:30am on WGBH 2

Robot Troubles

Sid and Gabriela win a visit to a cutting-edge science museum where guest star Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future) provides the voice of a quirky scientist who has designed robot tour guides of the future. When one of the robots malfunctions, Sid and his new museum friends must think like scientists to save the day! Sid the Science Kid: The Movie Mon, 3/25 at 6:30am on WGBH 2 Tue, 3/26 at 8am on WGBH 44

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the competition continues on WGBH’s awardwinning High School Quiz Show, as teams from across the Commonwealth battle in the final set of first-round playoffs. Hosted by Billy Costa, the WGBH series features questions in subjects including literature, history, science and math, as well as current events and general knowledge. this month, 10 public high schools—from the field of 16 that began the televised competition—go head-tohead to gain a spot in the April quarterfinals. High School Quiz Show Sundays at 6:30pm on WGBH 2 (repeats saturdays at 6pm on WGBH 2) Lincoln-Sudbury vs. Somerville Lexington vs. Needham Sun, 3/3 Sun, 3/24 Chelmsford vs. Wellesley Framingham vs. Wachusett Sun, 3/10 Sun, 3/31 Rockport vs. Sharon Sun, 3/17

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though it takes place less than 100 miles east of Downton Abbey’s Highclere Castle, this gripping British drama that recently hit Us shores is about as far from estate living as you can get: Call the Midwife opens a door into the colorful world of midwifery and family life in 1950s east London. Catch up with this popular drama as WGBH encores season 1 and the celebrated Holiday Special prior to the premiere of season 2 on march 31. season 1 introduces us to the community through the eyes of young nurse Jenny Lee (Jessica Raine) as she arrives at nonnatus House to live and work as a midwife alongside an Order of nuns. At the heart of this world are the sisters of st. raymond nonnatus whose primary work is to help bring safe childbirth to women in the area and to look after their newborns. Call the Midwife on WGBH 2 Holiday Special Season 1, Episodes 1–3 Sun, 3/24 at 8pm Sun, 3/10 at 8pm Season 2, Episode 1 Season 1, Episodes 4–6 Sun, 3/31 at 8pm Sun, 3/17 at 8pm

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Tune in throughout March for a wide range of TV programs, including some very special member favorites! Below are just a few of the highlights. Because schedules still were being refined as we went to press, we are unable to provide tune-in times for most of the following programs. Find when your favorites are airing at wgbh.org/schedule. Or scan the barcode seen here with your smartphone to go directly to the schedules page (requires Microsoft Tag reader app).

Rick Steves’ European Travel Skills

Rick Steves distills 30 years of travel experience into this three-part special. Filmed on his favorite 3,000-mile best-of-Europe loop—Amsterdam, Germany’s Rhineland, Venice, Siena, the Italian Riviera, the Swiss Alps, Paris and London—Steves dispenses practical advice on enjoying a fun, affordable and culturally broadening trip to Europe. He shares the essential skills of smart travel: planning an itinerary, hurdling the language barrier, driving rental cars and catching trains, avoiding scams, eating well, sleeping smart and staying safe—everything you need to know to turn your travel dreams into reality. Rick Steves’ Europe/European Travel Skills on WGBH 2 Wed, 3/27 (Pt. 1) at 7:30pm Thu, 3/28 (Pt. 2) at 7:30pm Sun, 3/31 (Pt. 3) at 11:30am

Delicious Europe

In this delectable member favorite, Rick Steves savors classic European cuisine—from garlicky snails and handmade mozzarella to savory bouillabaisse, hearty wurst and other regional specialties. He also dines on gourmet tapas in Galicia, visits a cozy trattoria in Rome, tastes the catch of the day in Greece and sips wines from ancient vines in Burgundy. Bring your appetite!

Great Performances/Andrea Bocelli: Love in Portofino

International superstar Andrea Bocelli returns to Great Performances to delight fans with a new concert special of classical favorites, pop standards and Brazilian jazz, this time from the breathtaking coastal setting of Portofino, Italy. Bocelli performs some of the world’s most famous love songs, accompanied by Grammy Award winner David Foster as music director and at the keyboard, and trumpeter Chris Botti.

Hootenanny

Hosted by Jack Linkletter, Hootenanny was a musical variety show broadcast on television from April 1963 to September 1964. It featured pop and folk acts, including The Journeymen, The Limeliters, the Chad Mitchell Trio, The Carter Family, Judy Collins, Johnny Cash, the Smothers Brothers and more. This special showcases the best from more than three hours of original material.

Hopeful Aging with Dr. John Zeisel

Dr. John Zeisel takes you on a journey through the aging brain and explores the possibilities for learning and making connections. Zeisel describes proven strategies to help everyone get the most out of their later years with a learning technique called C-MAP that builds a complete and meaningful experience for people as they age. Zeisel also dispels seven myths about those living with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, and shows how learning works in the brain.

Hullabaloo (My Music)

Travel back to the days of go-go dancers, mod mini-skirts and swinging pop-rock sounds with this PBS special. This firstever retrospective of the 1965–66 television prime-time series Hullabaloo is hosted by Peter Noone of Herman’s Hermits. Enjoy joyful pop harmonies of The Four Seasons (“Working My Way Back to You”) and Sonny & Cher (“I Got You Babe”); the folk-rock sounds of The Byrds (“Mr. Tambourine Man”) and The Mamas & The Papas (“California Dreamin’”); the rebellion-fueled rock of The Bobby Fuller Four (“I Fought The Law”) and The Kinks (“You Really Got Me”); and more.

Mythology: Celtic Thunder

Celtic Thunder returns to its roots with Mythology, a show that tells the story of the Celtic people, their legends, their culture and their stories. Filmed at the Helix Theater in Dublin, Mythology features all six Celtic Thunder principals in performances that range from haunting solo numbers such as “Carrickfergus,” “The Isle of Inisfree” and “Scarlet Ribbons” to rousing ensembles like “The Boys Are Back in Town” and “The Rocky Road to Dublin.” Mythology also features original tracks that were written especially for the production, including the opening number “Voices” and “My Land,” the show’s powerful closing anthem.

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Protect Your Memory with Neal Barnard

Five million Americans already have Alzheimer’s disease, and that number is growing rapidly. Have you ever said to yourself, “i know that name…” or “that face is familiar, but i just can’t place it…” or “it’s right on the tip of my tongue…” though you may have heard some doctors say that memory problems are simply genetic, and that nothing can be done about them, Dr. Neal Barnard shows that there is, in fact, a lot you can do to protect your brain and memory. Learn three simple steps you can take to derail the degenerative processes that could otherwise derail you and your memory: skip bad fat. Knock out free radicals. exercise your brain.

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2 Masterpiece Contemporary The Song of Lunch two ex-lovers meet for lunch at their favorite haunt from years before. Will sparks reignite? Will some other explosion ensue? Emma Thompson (Sense and Sensibility) and Alan Rickman (Harry Potter) star in this funny, bittersweet drama adapted from Christopher reid’s captivating poem. 44 Member Favorites 10pm 2 Member Favorites

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the rolling stones’ 1968 legendary concert extravaganza (“the rock and roll Circus”), marks the last performance of the original lineup of what some call the world’s greatest rock and roll band: mick Jagger, Keith richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts. Under the big top and dressed in outrageous circus garb, the stones are joined by an all-star musical cast including Jethro tull, the Who, and the ad hoc, one-timeonly super group the dirty mac featuring John Lennon, Keith richards, eric Clapton and mitch mitchell of the Jimi Hendrix experience. see these superstars at their best.

Shift Happens! Live an Inspired Life with Dr. Robert Holden

Learn six principles and practices relating to identity, happiness, success, relationship, healing and growth from robert Holden, renowned British author and speaker. Holden reveals a program of change and transformation that includes concrete takeaways designed to help you learn how to live an inspired life.

Unleash the Power of the Female Brain with Dr. Daniel Amen

Dr. Daniel Amen is back with a new show on the unique qualities of a woman’s brain. in this program, dr. Amen reveals how to strengthen, optimize and heal the female brain. He explores how to harness its strengths— intuition, multi-tasking, collaboration, empathy, self-control and a little worry—and how to overcome some of its inherent vulnerabilities, including anxiety, depression, taking on too much and being unable to turn your brain off.

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this series reveals the stories of seven extraordinary women who overcame adversity to emerge as triumphant, inspirational icons of the 20th century. they seemed to have it all: glamour, power, wealth and adoration. Madame Chiang Kai Shek, Coco Chanel, Wallis simpson, Grace Kelly, Josephine Baker, Agatha Christie, martha Gelhorn. they were worshipped, loved—and sometimes even feared—by millions the world over. But behind the public success, there was often private heartache and personal tragedy. Featuring archive film, interviews and dramatic re-enactments, this seven-part series reveals the price these women paid for their achievements and how they overcame adversities to emerge as triumphant, inspirational icons of the past century. series continues in April and may. Extraordinary Women: Madame Chiang Kai-Shek Tue, 3/12 at 10pm on WGBH 2 Coco Chanel Tue, 3/19 at 10pm on WGBH 2

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44 To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 8am 44 Moneytrack (d) 8:30 44 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 9am 44 Need to Know 9:30 44 Greater Boston 10am 2 High School Quiz Show (See 3/3 at 6:30pm) 44 Inside Washington 10:30 44 McLaughlin Group 11am 2 Member Favorites 44 Member Favorites 5:30 2 Antiques Roadshow Spokane, WA (Pt. 2) enchanting finds include a collection of pottery, a landscape painting and a railroad pocket watch. 6:30 2 High School Quiz Show Chelmsford vs. Wellesley 7pm 2 Member Favorites 8pm 2 Call the Midwife Season 1, Episode 1 see East of Highclere Castle, page 9 9pm 2 Call the Midwife Season 1, Episode 2 As Jenny Lee settles into her role, there is a new arrival at nonnatus House: Chummy. A welcome pair of extra hands, Chummy sets about showing 7:30


her worth, but her overwhelming desire to please and her inability to ride a bike prove obstacles in gaining the respect of sister evangelina. 10pm 2 Call the Midwife Season 1, Episode 3 Jenny is placed on the district nursing roster for a few weeks, to extend her experience of community practice. during her rounds, she attends to Joe, a gentle old soldier, and a friendship forms. 11pm 2 Member Favorites

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Saturday 16 2 Member Favorites 44 Member Favorites 12pm 2 The Mind of a Chef Chef david Chang prepares eggs with his chef pals Wylie dufresne, daniel Patterson and rene redzepi. 12:30 2 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Remembering Julia A tribute to Julia Child features broccoli and goat cheese souffléed omelet, and chicken cassoulet. 1pm 2 The French Chef Whole Fish Story 1:30 2 Lidia’s Italy in America New England’s Italy Calamari Fra diavolo over linguine, salt cod, potato and string bean salad and zuppa inglese are prepared. 2pm 2 Simply Ming Modern Azorean Cuisine meals that reflect Azorean culinary traditions with a modern twist are made with local ingredients. 2:30 2 Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Eggs martha shows how to prepare eggs properly every time, with easy-tomaster techniques and tips. 3pm 2 America’s Test Kitchen Ultimate Italian Learn the secrets of homemade pasta from the pros in new York City. ragu alla Bolognese is created. 3:30 2 Cook’s Country Dixie Chicken A recipe for the best moravian chicken pie and a classic recipe for chicken and slicks are shared. 4pm 2 Member Favorites 6pm 2 High School Quiz Show (See 3/10 at 6:30pm) 6:30 2 Member Favorites 8pm 2 Keeping Up Appearances Season 3 Program 7 8:30 2 As Time Goes By Series 7 Episode 4 11am

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Kitchen Table Talk

even as opportunities for women have greatly expanded, many women still struggle with old models of what it means to be female. in this documentary, producer Jennifer Fox (left in photo) lays bare her own turbulent life to penetrate what it means to be a free woman today. As her drama of work and relationships unfolds over four years, Fox travels to more than 17 countries to understand how diverse women define their lives when there is no map. Listen to women talk about concerns across race, class and nationality around kitchen tables from south Africa to russia, india and Pakistan. America ReFramed/Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman Sun, 3/17 (Pt. 1) & Sun 3/24 (Pt. 2) at 8pm on WGBH World visit worldcompass.org for a complete listing of programs. see page 1 for ways to tune in WGBH World.

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From Broken Arrow to Broadway

On a journey that began in the small town of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Kristin Chenoweth sang gospel music and studied opera on her way to her Broadway debut. effortlessly able to transition between stage, television and film, this tony and emmy Award winner has appeared in blockbuster television programs such as The Good Wife, Glee, The West Wing and Pushing Daisies, and starred in celebrated Broadway productions of You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown and Wicked. Her “American songbook” concert at Lincoln Center includes some of her most celebrated work, creating a night at once intimate and archetypally all-American. Live from Lincoln Center/ Kristin Chenoweth: The Dames of Broadway…All of ’Em!!! Sun, 3/24 at 7pm on WGBH 2

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180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School gives space and breadth to our nation’s education reform debate, offering a close-up look at a school that meets the needs of its most challenged students in new and sometimes non-traditional ways. You’ll see a tireless team of teachers and school leaders dealing with the usual antics of teenagers and the changing tides of a fast-moving administration as it responds to pressures from outside partners, politicians and forces in the community. A surprising and dramatic end to the school year sheds light on both the extraordinary challenges and opportunities faced by today’s public schools. Also join tavis smiley in Education Under Arrest, as he looks at the connection between the juvenile justice system and the dropout rate among American teens, and examines efforts by educators, law enforcement professionals, judges, youth advocates and at-risk teens themselves to end this link. 180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School Mon, 3/25 (Pt. 1) & Tue, 3/26 (Pt. 2) at 9pm on WGBH 2 Tavis Smiley Reports/Education Under Arrest Tue, 3/26 at 8pm on WGBH 2

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44 Moneytrack (d) 44 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 9am 44 Need to Know 9:30 44 Greater Boston 10am 2 High School Quiz Show (See 3/17 at 6:30pm) 44 Inside Washington 10:30 44 McLaughlin Group 11am 2 Member Favorites 44 Member Favorites 5:30 2 Antiques Roadshow Spokane, WA (Pt. 3) A desk and chair used at the Us House of representatives from 1857 to 1873 is appraised. 6pm 44 Extraordinary Women Coco Chanel (See 3/19 at 10pm) 6:30 2 High School Quiz Show Lexington vs. Needham 7pm 2 Live from Lincoln Center Kristin Chenoweth: The Dames of Broadway…All of ’Em!!! see From Broken Arrow to Broadway, page 14 44 Member Favorites 8pm 2 Call the Midwife Holiday Special in this special, newly married Chummy and nurse Jenny Lee are hard at work during their first Christmas in nonnatus House. As nurses and nuns minister to an abandoned newborn and search for the mother, and Jenny tries to find the children of an elderly vagrant, Chummy plans an ambitious nativity play. in true Chummy fashion, mishaps ensue. see East of Highclere Castle, page 9 9:30 2 Member Favorites 8am 8:30

host mark L. Walberg and militaria appraiser Christopher mitchell as they discuss an important 19th-century blockade rifle. Other discoveries on this episode include an 1884 Courier & ives print, a Pennsylvania folk art whirligig and a 1936 first edition of Gone With the Wind. 44 Midsomer Murders Dark Autumn (Pt. 2)

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Inside the Modeling World

Go behind the pretty face of the modeling industry by following two people whose lives intersect because of it. Ashley is a deeply conflicted American model scout, and 13-year-old Nadya, plucked from a remote siberian village and promised a lucrative career in Japan, is her latest discovery. As the young girl searches for glamour and an escape from poverty, she confronts the harsh realities of a culture that worships youth—and an industry that makes perpetual childhood a globally traded commodity. P.O.V./Girl Model Thu, 3/28 at 9pm on WGBH 2

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PBS NewsHour History Detectives 7pm Greater Boston Antiques Roadshow UK Coughton Court 1 7:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe Venice and Its Lagoon sample the sumptuous art treasures of venice, explore its back-street wonders and cruise its lagoon, before stopping in fiery murano for glass, pastel Burano for lace and murky torcello for a sense of where venice was born. 44 America’s Test Kitchen Spicy Fall Sweets test cook Julia Collin davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best pumpkin bread, while tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of molasses. 8pm 2 Tavis Smiley Reports Education Under Arrest see High School: Take 2, page 14 44 Antiques Roadshow Myrtle Beach, SC (Pt. 3) (See 3/25 at 8pm) 9pm 2 180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School (Pt. 2) see High School: Take 2, page 14 6pm

sit back and enjoy an evening of programs about award-winning authors Philip Roth and Graham Greene. in candid interviews, roth discusses intimate aspects of his life and art, as he has never done before: his distinctly unliterary upbringing in newark, new Jersey; his writing process; his first marriage; the inspiration behind his most famous novels and many controversies. With 31 books to his credit, including Goodbye, Columbus; Portnoy’s Complaint; Sabbath’s Theater; American Pastoral and The Human Stain, roth practically invented the genre of factual-fictional autobiography and commands ownership of the Jewish American novel. then turn your attention to author Graham Greene, a British spy, doubting Catholic and manic-depressive who wrote critically acclaimed best-sellers, including The Quiet American, Brighton Rock, The End of the Affair and The Third Man. the documentary about Greene weaves his novels and movies into the story of his life, revealing an extraordinary man who traveled the globe to escape the boredom of ordinary existence. Actor Bill nighy provides Greene’s voice. American Masters/Philip Roth: Unmasked Fri, 3/29 at 9pm on WGBH 2 Dangerous Edge: A Life of Graham Greene Fri, 3/29 at 10:30pm on WGBH 2

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wgbh learningtours presents Join A Celtic Sojourn host Brian O’Donovan and singer Robbie O’Connell for a convivial jaunt through the heart of Ireland, beginning at Athlone, where we will explore the lakes and legends of the Shannon region. Stunning scenery, rich history and nightly traditional Irish music sessions will warm your heart and soul.

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Not Just Any Castle…

Highclere Castle might be famous for being the backdrop to the world’s most successful costume drama, but behind the doors of this fairy-tale manor still lives a real Lord and Lady. it’s been the seat of the Carnarvon family for the last 300 years and it’s steeped in history. Highclere has been host to an ensemble of illustrious former inhabitants, from a fabulously wealthy heiress who saved the day to an adventurer, maverick and reallife indiana Jones who made one of the most important archeological discoveries in the world. this is the behind-the-scenes story of the one of the england’s most spectacular country houses. Secrets of Highclere Castle Sun, 3/31 at 7pm on WGBH 2

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44 Top Hat Dale Tremont (Ginger Rogers) is attracted to a dancer (Fred Astaire) but mistakenly believes he is her best friend’s husband. 5pm 2 This Old House Hour 6pm 2 High School Quiz Show (See 3/30 at 4pm) 6:15 44 Suspicion Alfred Hitchcock directed this thriller about a woman (Joan Fontaine) who suspects that her husband (Cedric Hardwicke) is plotting to murder her. 6:30 2 Call the Midwife Holiday Special (See 3/24 at 8pm) 8pm 2 Keeping Up Appearances Season 4, Program 1 44 The Spirit of St. Louis Charles Lindbergh (James Stewart) attempts to become the first man to fly nonstop across the Atlantic to Paris in 1927. 8:30 2 As Time Goes By Series 7 Episode 5 9pm 2 Vicar of Dibley Easter Special 1996 9:38 2 Antiques Roadshow UK Norwich 1

Meet Mr. Selfridge

This month, WGBH’s Masterpiece brings you the all-new Mr. Selfridge, a stunning dramatization of the real-life story of Harry Gordon Selfridge, the flamboyant and visionary American founder of the famous London department store that revolutionized the modern shopping experience. The eight-part drama is set in London in 1909, a time when women were reveling in a new sense of freedom and modernity. Harry wants to indulge, empower and celebrate these women by opening the doors of his lavish department store on London’s famous Oxford Street. Pioneering and reckless, and with an almost manic energy, Harry creates a theater of retail where any topic or trend that is new, exciting, entertaining— or just plain eccentric—is showcased. Jeremy Piven takes on the role as Mr. Selfridge following a successful eight-season run on the hit drama Entourage, for which he won three Emmys and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of movie agent Ari Gold. Joining Piven is Katherine Kelly (Coronation Street) as the confident and alluring socialite Lady Mae, whose connections prove vital for Harry as he builds his empire. Created by Andrew Davies (Little Dorrit). The series continues through April and May. Masterpiece Classic/Mr. Selfridge, Season 1, Episode 1 (of 8) Sun, 3/31 at 9pm on WGBH 2

10:06 2 Antiques Roadshow Myrtle Beach, SC (Pt. 3) (See 3/25 at 8pm) 11pm 2 Basic Black 44 High School Quiz Show (See 3/24 at 6:30pm) 11:30 2 Ask This Old House Restoring Terrazzo Floors/ Repairing a Cracked Floor Joist 44 Member Favorites

44 The Victory Garden Soft Visit the Filoli gardens in California to learn how plant choices are used to soften design. 11:30 2 Rick Steves’ Europe European Travel Skills (Pt. 3) See Rick Steves’ European Travel Skills, page 10 44 Theater Talk 12pm 2 Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge Japan: Hokkaido and Honshu Art discovers red-crested cranes, Mt. Fuji and Koyosan, and takes a dip in Nagano’s hot springs. 44 The Lawrence Welk Show Easter This show from 1979 features “Easter Parade,” “Tiptoe Through The Tulips” and “Love Lifted Me.” 12:30 2 Basic Black 1pm 2 Neighborhood Kitchens Orinoco (See 3/29 at 10:30pm) 44 MotorWeek Chevrolet Camaro1LE The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro 1LE, 2013 BMW Alpina B7 and tire problems are highlighted. 1:30 2 Nature River of No Return (See 3/27 at 8pm) 44 Saving the Ocean Swordfish! (Pt. 1)

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Programs, repeats and Overnights on 2 and 44 Arts & Drama American Masters Philip Roth: Unmasked Fri (3/29) 9pm on 2, sat (3/30) 2am, 3pm on 44, sun (3/31) 11pm on 2 Woody Guthrie: Ain’t Got No Home sat (3/16) 2am on 44, mon (3/18) 3am on 44 Austin City Limits Bonnie Raitt/Mavis Staples sun (3/31) 12am on 44 Robert Earl Keen/Hayes Carll sun (3/10) 12am on 44 The Civil Wars/Punch Brothers sun (3/24) 12am on 44 The National/Band of Horses sun (3/17) 12am on 44 Widespread Panic sun (3/3) 12am on 44 Dangerous Edge: A Life of Graham Greene Fri (3/29) 10:30pm on 2, sat (3/30) 3:30am on 44 From Dust to Dreams: Opening Night at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts sat (3/23) 2am on 44 Great Performances Magical Mystery Tour Revisited sat (3/9) 2am on 44; 5am on 2, mon (3/11) 3am on 44 The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour sat (3/9) 3am on 44, mon (3/11) 4am on 44 Otello sat (3/31)

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Best of Britain As Time Goes By sat (3/16) 8:30pm on 2, sat (3/30) 8:30pm on 2 Call the Midwife thu (3/7) 1am on 2, sun (3/10) 8pm, 9pm, 10pm on 2, mon (3/11) 12am, 1am, 2am on 44; 4am, 5am on 2, tue (3/12) 3am, 4am, 5am on 44, thu (3/14) 1am on 2, sun (3/17) 8pm, 9pm, 10pm on 2, mon (3/18) 12am, 1am, 2am on 44; 4am, 5am on 2, tue (3/19) 3am, 4am, 5am on 44, thu (3/21) 1am on 2, sun (3/31) 8pm on 2 Call the Midwife Holiday Special sun (3/24) 8pm on 2, mon (3/25) 1:30pm on 44, tue (3/26) 9pm on 44, sat (3/30) 6:30pm on 2

DCI Banks Aftermath mon (3/11) 9pm on 44, tue (3/12) 2am on 2 Friend of the Devil mon (3/25) 9pm on 44, tue (3/26) 2am on 2 Innocent Graves mon (3/4) 9pm on 44, tue (3/5) 2am on 2 Playing with Fire mon (3/18) 9pm on 44, tue (3/19) 2am on 2 Doc Martin Wed (3/6) 9pm on 44, thu (3/7) 2am on 2, Wed (3/13) 9pm on 44, thu (3/14) 2am on 2, Wed (3/20) 9pm on 44, thu (3/21) 2am on 2, Wed (3/27) 9pm on 44, thu (3/28) 2am on 2 Keeping Up Appearances sat (3/16) 8pm on 2, sat (3/30) 8pm on 2 Lark Rise to Candleford Wed (3/27) 8pm on 44, thu (3/28) 1am on 2 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge sun (3/31) 9pm on 2 Masterpiece Contemporary The Song of Lunch sun (3/3) 9pm on 2, mon (3/25) 1:30am on 44, tue (3/26) 5am on 44 Midsomer Murders Dark Autumn (Pt. 1) mon (3/18) 8pm on 44, tue (3/19) 1am on 2 Dark Autumn (Pt. 2) mon (3/25) 8pm on 44, tue (3/26) 1am on 2 Who Killed Cock Robin? (Pt. 1) mon (3/4) 8pm on 44, tue (3/5) 1am on 2 Who Killed Cock Robin? (Pt. 2) mon (3/11) 8pm on 44, tue (3/12) 1am on 2 Secrets of Highclere Castle sun (3/31) 7pm on 2 Vicar of Dibley sat (3/16) 9pm on 2, sat (3/30) 9pm on 2 Waking the Dead Care (Pt. 1) Wed (3/27) 10pm on 44, thu (3/28) 3am on 2

Food & Wine America’s Test Kitchen sat (3/16) 3pm on 2, mon (3/25) 7:30pm on 44, tue (3/26) 7:30pm on 44, Wed (3/27) 7:30pm on 44, thu (3/28) 7:30pm on 44, sat (3/30) 3pm on 2 Ciao Italia sun (3/31) 2pm on 44 Cook’s Country sat (3/16) 3:30pm on 2, sat (3/30) 3:30pm on 2 Cuisine Culture sun (3/31) 3pm on 44 Essential Pepin sun (3/31) 4:30pm on 44 The French Chef sat (3/16) 1pm on 2, sat (3/30) 1pm on 2 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef sun (3/31) 4pm on 44 Kimchi Chronicles The Beef Chronicles sun (3/31) 3:30pm on 44 Lidia’s Italy in America sat (3/16) 1:30pm on 2, sat (3/30) 1:30pm on 2, sun (3/31) 5pm on 44 Martha Stewart’s Cooking School sat (3/16) 2:30pm on 2, sat (3/30) 2:30pm on 2, sun (3/31) 2:30pm on 44 The Mind of a Chef sat (3/16) 12pm on 2, thu (3/28) 10:30pm on 2, sat (3/30) 12pm on 2 Neighborhood Kitchens Fri (3/1) 7:30pm on 44, mon (3/25) 3pm on 44, tue (3/26) 10:30pm on 44, Fri (3/29) 7:30pm on 44, sat (3/30) 4pm on 2, sun (3/31) 1pm on 2

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Sara’s Weeknight Meals sat (3/16) 12:30pm on 2, sat (3/30) 12:30pm on 2 Simply Ming sat (3/16) 2pm on 2, sat (3/30) 2pm on 2, sun (3/31) 5:30pm on 44

History Antiques Roadshow sun (3/3) 6am on 44; 5:30pm on 2, tue (3/5) 2am on 44; 5am on 2, Wed (3/6) 5am on 44, Fri (3/8) 2am on 44; 5am on 2, sun (3/10) 4am, 6am on 44; 5:30pm on 2, tue (3/12) 2am on 44; 5am on 2, Wed (3/13) 5am on 44, sun (3/17) 6am on 44; 5:30pm on 2, tue (3/19) 2am on 44; 5am on 2, Wed (3/20) 5am on 44, sun (3/24) 5:30pm on 2, mon (3/25) 8pm on 2, tue (3/26) 3am, 8pm on 44, Wed (3/27) 5am on 44, Fri (3/29) 1:30pm on 44, sat (3/30) 11am, 10:06pm on 2, sun (3/31) 6am on 44; 5:30pm on 2 Antiques Roadshow UK Fri (3/1) 7pm on 44, mon (3/25) 7pm on 44, tue (3/26) 7pm on 44, Wed (3/27) 7pm on 44, thu (3/28) 7pm on 44, Fri (3/29) 7pm on 44, sat (3/30) 9:38pm on 2 Extraordinary Women tue (3/12) 10pm on 2, sun (3/17) 6pm on 44, tue (3/19) 10pm on 2, sun (3/24) 6pm on 44, mon (3/25) 4am on 2 Fort Niagara: The Struggle for a Continent sun (3/3) 4:30am on 44, sat (3/30) 4:30am on 44 History Detectives Fri (3/1) 6pm on 44, mon (3/25) 6pm on 44, tue (3/26) 6pm on 44, Wed (3/27) 6pm on 44, thu (3/28) 6pm on 44, Fri (3/29) 6pm on 44, sat (3/30) 11am on 44 Makers: Women Who Make America mon (3/4) 12am on 44, tue (3/5) 3am on 44 Market Warriors sat (3/2) 4am on 44, mon (3/4) 5am on 44, tue (3/5) 1am on 44; 4am on 2, thu (3/7) 4am on 44, Fri (3/8) 5am on 44, mon (3/11) 5am on 44, tue (3/12) 1am on 44; 4am on 2, mon (3/18) 5am on 44, tue (3/19) 1am on 44; 4am on 2, mon (3/25) 5am on 44 Secrets of the Dead The World’s Biggest Bomb thu (3/21) 3am on 44, sat (3/23) 4am on 44, sun (3/24) 4am on 44, Wed (3/27) 4am on 44 Storm That Swept Mexico Wed (3/13) 1am on 44; 4am on 2, thu (3/14) 4am on 44, Fri (3/15) 2am on 44, sun (3/17) 3am on 44 Time Team Special Edition Wed (3/20) 1am on 44; 4am on 2, thu (3/21) 4am on 44, Fri (3/22) 2am on 44

Home, Living & Travel Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge Antarctica and the Falkland Islands Fri (3/29) 4pm on 44 Australia: Arnhemland and the Kimberley Wed (3/27) 4pm on 44 Ethiopia: The Omo Valley mon (3/25) 4pm on 44 Japan: Hokkaido and Honshu tue (3/26) 4pm on 44, sun (3/31) 12pm on 2 Mali: Sahel to the Sahara thu (3/28) 4pm on 44 The Southern Ocean: South Georgia Island Fri (3/1) 4pm on 44

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89.7 WGBH, Boston Public Radio Welcome Back, María By Phil Redo Managing Director of 89.7 WGBH, Boston Public Radio

We are pleased to welcome María Hinojosa, longtime host of WGBH TV’s María Hinojosa: One-on-One, back to our airwaves. Her weekly NPR show, Latino USA, now airs every Sunday night at 6pm on Boston Public Radio. This isn’t the first time María has added her voice to 89.7. We turned to her this past fall, when the presidential election was heating up, and asked her to join Morning Edition host Bob Seay to talk about the fastest growing population group in our country: Latinos. She spoke about the impact the election might have on Latino voters and the influence they eventually had on election results. She continues to join Bob each Monday. For 25 years, María has helped tell untold stories and brought to light unsung heroes in this country and around the world. She has served as a senior correspondent for PBS’s Now, a reporter for NPR and a correspondent for CNN. Several years ago, María launched The Futuro Media Group (producers of Latino USA) with the mission to produce multi-platform, community-based journalism that respects and celebrates the cultural richness of the American experience. And in mid-January of this year, she hosted a conversation on the reality of domestic workers at an event held in WGBH’s own Yawkey Theater.

What’s on 89.7 WGBH BBC World Update/Marketplace Report Morning Edition/Marketplace Report The Xconomy Report (Fri) The Diane Rehm Show The Takeaway Boston Public Radio Tell Me More The World All Things Considered Marketplace All Things Considered PBS NewsHour The World Boston Public Radio (Mon–Wed) Innovation Hub (Thu) Eric in the Evening (Fri) Radio Lab (Thu) The Story (Wed) TED Radio Hour (Thu) Public Radio Remix (Mon–Thu) Jazz with Bob Parlocha (Fri)

24 Schedules, program info, playlists: wgbh.org/897

Exploring Latino USA

Latino USA is the longest-running Latino-focused program on the radio. The program gives voice to Latino experiences on topics ranging from policy, economics and education to food, holidays and theater. Recent stories have included profiles on Telmary Diaz (Cuban Hip Hop), Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor (Sonia’s Beloved World); investigations into the booming immigrant population in Arkansas (Noticiando: ArkansasImmigration); and a look at the new Latino reality TV program set in New York City (Looking Toward Washington Heights). Listen to these and other past programs online at futuromediagroup.org/lusa/archives

Online: wgbh.org/radio On-air: 89.7 HD1 Boston

Monday–Friday 5am 6am 7:50am 10am 11am 12pm 2pm 3pm 4pm 6pm 6:30pm 7pm 8pm 9pm 10pm 11pm 12am

She has reported hundreds of important stories: from the immigrant work camps in New Orleans and Louisiana after Katrina, to teen girl victims of sexual harassment on the job, to Emmy Award-winning stories of the poor in Alabama. María has won top honors in American journalism, including four Emmys, the John Chancellor Award, the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Reporting on the Disadvantaged, the Studs Terkel Community Media Award and the Edward R. Murrow Award from the Overseas Press Club for best documentary for her groundbreaking Child Brides: Stolen Lives. As WGBH Radio continues to expand our unique radio offerings, we are very pleased that María Hinojosa is part of our lineup. Welcome back, María!

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this week, State of the Re-Union visits a tiny town in the Appalachian foothills of Ohio where, for a century, residents have shared the common bond of identifying as African American despite the fact that they look white. racial lines have been blurred to invisibility, and people inside the same family can vehemently disagree about whether they are black or white. As a result, everyone’s choosing: Am i black? Am i mixed race? Or, am i white? Adding to the confusion, there’s a movement afoot to recognize their native American heritage. Learn more about the debate on tonight’s show. Sun, 3/3 at 7pm

Free night? Free nightS!

Join WGBH for the eighth annual St. Patrick’s Day Celtic Sojourn with Brian O’donovan for one night only, at sanders theatre in Cambridge. this year, the concert will explore irish music, dance and song with a wide array of performances from regional, national and international talent. “st. Patrick’s day lends itself to a good old-fashioned variety show” says O’donovan. “Our concert will reach from the very traditional, old-style music— often described as ‘pure drop,’ to the more contemporary end, what’s being played today. We will also journey out on Celtic music’s branches and look at its close relationship with America, Appalachia, scotland and many other places all while enjoying each other’s company in the beautiful confines of sanders theatre.” Sat, 3/16 at 8pm Sanders Theatre, Cambridge Eric in the Evening

Birthday Boys

What do the late Wes montgomery, Ornette Coleman, the late tommy Flanagan and Charles Lloyd have in common? they all have march birthdays. eric will explore the lives and sounds of these jazz greats in tonight’s program. Sun, 3/24 at 9pm

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Classical new england Bach Month Is Back!

not a week goes by on Classical new england when you don’t hear a work or two by Johann sebastian Bach, either as part of our weekday programming, or perhaps on The Bach Hour or Baroque in Boston on sundays. And that’s as it should be: no composer, classical or otherwise, has exerted a more powerful impact on music and culture than Bach. small wonder that composer max reger called him “the beginning and end of all music.” And from the beginning to the end of the composer’s birthday month of march, Classical new england will be celebrating Bach’s genius on the air, in our studios, on the road, and in the community.

The Bach Hour

every week throughout the year Classical new england brings you The Bach Hour, the acclaimed program that continues a 40-year Boston radio tradition of exploring Bach’s sacred works and instrumental masterpieces. For Bach month, host Brian McCreath’s programming includes a four-part series (beginning February 24) featuring the rarely heard Missae breves (short masses). On march 24, John eliot Gardiner leads his monteverdi Choir and english Baroque soloists in the vividly descriptive Cantata no. 182, Himmelskönig sei willkommen, written for Palm sunday. Bringing Bach month to an exuberant conclusion on march 31, matthew Halls (music director designate of the Oregon Bach Festival) conducts his retrospect ensemble in a stunning performance of the joyful Easter Oratorio.

Find a complete schedule online at classicalnewengland.org/bach

On the Air Bach Minutes

each weekday during Bach month, Classical new england’s managing director Benjamin K. Roe takes you inside the stories that surround the composer and his music in The Bach Minute every weekday morning at 7:30am and afternoon at 5:30pm. From the fascinating trajectory of Bach’s life to his music’s ongoing influence in today’s culture, each Bach Minute vignette opens a new window onto the composer’s art, life and creativity. Mon–Fri at 7:30am & 5:30pm

What’s on Classical new england Monday–Friday 5am 10am 2pm 7pm 9pm

Classical Music with Laura Carlo 8:30am Keith’s Classical Corner Classical Music with Alan McLellan 12pm Café Europa Classical Music with Cathy Fuller Fridays: 4pm Drive Time Live Performance Today with Fred Child Classical Music with James David Jacobs Fridays: 9pm Concierto

Bach Month on The Bach Hour

2/24–3/17: the four Missae breves, BWv 233–236 in performances by Cantus Cölln and conductor Konrad Junghänel 3/24: Cantata no. 182 Himmelskönig sei willkommen, performed by soprano malin Hartelius, alto nathalie stutzmann, tenor James Gilchrist, bass Peter Harvey, the monteverdi Choir & english Baroque soloists and conductor John eliot Gardiner 3/31: Easter Oratorio, BWv 249, performed by soprano Carolyn Sampson, countertenor Lestyn davies, tenor James Gilchrist, bass Peter Harvey, the retrospect ensemble and conductor matthew Halls Sundays at 6am and 5pm

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New England Summer Festivals Classical Music with Ray Brown 9am Classics For Kids Classical Music with Cheryl Willoughby Live from Fraser In Performance with Cathy Fuller Boston Symphony Orchestra BSO on Record

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in Our studios

Keyboard Journeys with “The Unicorn of Instruments” Bach month also will be occasion for us to trace Bach’s music through his keyboard compositions in two very special concerts in our Fraser Performance studio. On thursday, march 7, we’re presenting Bach’s Keyboard Journeys, an exploration of some of his most expressive— and personal—musical statements. the Fraser Performance studio will be filled with the sounds of not only our Hamburg steinway, but also a fortepiano, harpsichord and “the unicorn of instruments:” the lautenwerck, or lute-harpsichord. Bach adored the sound of this unusual instrument, wrote works for it, and even had two in his personal collection at the time of his death. But

On the road The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields

Our month-long Bach celebration includes a Classical new england road trip to acoustically renowned mechanics Hall in Worcester for a live broadcast featuring the Academy of st. martin in the Fields, one of the finest chamber orchestras in the world. the english orchestra, renowned for its polished and refined sound, is touring the Us with a program that begins with Bach. Pianist inon Barnatan will be the soloist in the intensely dramatic Keyboard Concerto in d minor. Cellist Alisa Weilerstein also will be part of the festivities as the featured soloist in Haydn’s elegantly aristocratic Cello Concerto no. 1. Cathy Fuller hosts. Fri, 3/8 at 7pm on Classical New England

in the Community Bach around the Clock

For the first time ever, we’ll be sharing our love of Bach with the entire community via a new initiative: Bach around the Clock: A Bach Birthday Celebration from Sunup to Sundown. Bálint Karosi, winner of the 16th international Bach Competition in Leipzig, Germany, directs the music program at Boston’s First Lutheran Church. For five years Karosi has been at the helm of a special Bach birthday program with the Boston chapter of the American Guild of Organists, held in the magnificent acoustics of the church in Boston’s Back Bay.

none survived the ravages of time and changing tastes. in recent years, however, keyboard artisans have built reproductions of this enchanting instrument, which you’ll hear performed by the expert hands of Boston keyboard artist Peter sykes. We’ll be back in Fraser on Bach’s birthday (march 21) for another not-to-be-missed live event: a complete performance of “the most ambitious and important keyboard piece written before Beethoven:” The Goldberg Variations. Pianist randall Hodgkinson of new england Conservatory will join host Cathy Fuller for an epic journey through the unforgettable aria and its 30 variations that have been likened to “fractal structures in the natural world: ocean waves, rock formations, trees and honeycombs.” Keyboard Journeys Thu, 3/7 at 7pm WGBH Fraser Performance Studio Goldberg Variations Thu, 3/21 at 7pm WGBH Fraser Performance Studio

this year, we’ve joined forces to present a special free community event and live webcast. From 6am to 6pm (one sweep of the clock!), Classical new england hosts will be on site to share the glorious music of Bach, reminding us of the universal appeal of his timeless music. From student ensembles to world-class artists, it truly will be a day of Bach for all, including a special event for kids. And if you get hungry during the day, not to worry: First Lutheran will even be serving a “Bach’s Lunch” for visitors! in addition to the live webcast on classicalnewengland.org, we’ll also be broadcasting highlights all day on march 21, what would have been Bach’s 328th birthday! Sat, 3/16, from 6am to 6pm First Lutheran Church in Boston

St. Matthew Passion

Our Bach month also features a special Palm sunday broadcast of a piece that’s been called “the pinnacle of Bach’s sacred music”: The St. Matthew Passion. Conductor Harry Christophers leads the Handel and Haydn society chorus and orchestra in a performance captured at symphony Hall in Boston. soloists include Joshua ellicott in the role of the evangelist, matthew Brook in the role of Christ, soprano Gillian Keith, mezzo-soprano monica Groop, tenor Jeremy Budd and baritone stephan Loges. Brian mcCreath hosts. Sun, 3/24 at 3pm (Palm Sunday) on Classical New England Fri, 3/29 at 7pm (Good Friday) on Classical New England

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WCAI, Cape and Islands NPR Station A Big Boost for WCAI

By Mindy Todd, WCAI’s Managing Director for Editorial and Host WGBH and WCAI have been working for years to improve the strength, coverage and reliability of WCAI’s 90.1 signal, and this month our efforts will bear crystal clear, far-reaching results. Thanks to the installation of a more powerful and more reliable transmitter, WCAI’s award-winning, locally focused programming will reach 200,000 new listeners on Cape Cod, Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, the South Coast and parts of coastal Rhode Island. The Federal Communications Commission-approved power boost is expected to take effect by mid-March. “We are extremely proud of the local service we offer and we’re happy it will soon be available to those who have not been able to hear us,” says Phil Redo, managing director of WGBH. “And those who have had to put up with spotty coverage can expect improved reception.” WCAI currently broadcasts at 1,200 watts and reaches approximately 275,000 listeners. The new transmitter and antennae, located on a Martha’s Vineyard tower, are licensed to broadcast at 12,500 watts, giving WCAI the potential to reach as many as 470,000 listeners, including every community on Cape Cod and all of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.

What’s on WCAI

Online: capeandislands.org On-air: 90.1 Martha’s Vineyard, 91.1 Nantucket, 94.3 Brewster, 89.7 HD3 Boston

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