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WIPB-TV MEMBER’S MAGAZINE | AUGUST 2013


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VOL. 19, ISSUE NO. 8

AUGUST 2013

WIPB-TV MEMBERS’ MAGAZINE On the Air staff Erin Stevens: Marketing Assistant / Editor Angie Rapp: Chief Editor / Art Director Alice J. Van Dyke: WIPB General Manager

On The Air Members’ Magazine is a monthly publication printed by Pengad Inc., 1106 East Seymour St., Muncie, IN 47302, (765) 286.3000. The magazine is mailed to members who have made a $40 or more, tax deductible, yearly contribution to WIPB-TV. Donations are considered non-refundable. Thank-you gifts are ordered and sent upon receipt of full pledge amount. Please allow at least six weeks for delivery. The information printed here, correct at time of publication, is subject to change without notice. © WIPB-TV, 2013. All rights reserved.

1 News

New PBS LearningMedia summer reading educator resources

2 Spotlight

This month’s “don’t miss” programs on 49.1

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5 Television listings Evening and weekend schedule on 49.1 12 49.2 daytime

Schedule for Create and Indiana Channel

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August 2013:

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news news 1

PBS LearningMedia has

This summer, PBS LearningMedia is

These resources target crucial areas of

turning the spotlight on our spectacular

literacy instruction: decoding, vocabulary,

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Limited Edition Downton DVD offer! Exclusive Offer for WIPB Members $200 pledge (or $16/mo. Sustainer) Limited Edition 10-DVD Set includes: • Downton Abbey Season 4 (shipped early Jan. 2014) • Downton Abbey Seasons 1-3 • Secrets of Highclere Castle

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2 spotlight

This Month’s Must-See Programs on 49.1

The March Tuesday, August 27, 9pm Witness the compelling and dramatic story of the 1963 March on Washington, where Dr. Martin Luther King gave his stirring “I Have a Dream” speech. This watershed event in the civil rights movement helped change the face of America. The film reveals the dramatic story behind the event through the remembrances of key players such as Jack O’Dell, Clarence B. Jones, Julian Bond and Andrew Young. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of this momentous event in American history and the entire civil rights movement by tuning in to watch these related programs:

James Baldwin: The Price of a Ticket airing Friday, August 23 at 9pm “A Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement” airing Tuesday, August 27 at 8pm “The Powerbroker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights” airing Tuesday, August 27 at 10pm

’60s Girl Grooves Saturday, August 3, 8pm Join host Mary Wilson of the Supremes as she celebrates the greatest girl groups and solo singers of the 1960s, including archival performances from The Supremes, Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin, Petula Clark, Martha & the Vandellas, Jackie DeShannon and

Elvis, Aloha From Hawaii

Saturday, August 3, 10:30pm & Monday, Aguust 5, 9:30pm Elvis Presley was at the pinnacle of his superstardom when he made television history in 1973 with this live concert special, televised globally via satellite. Now, 40 years later, don’t miss one of the most outstanding concert performances of his career as Elvis sings “Suspicious Minds,” “Hound Dog,” “Blue Suede Shoes,” “My Way,” “I Can’t Stop Loving You” and many more.


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Farm Story with Jerry Apps

Sunday, August 4, 5:30pm & Monday, August 5, 8pm Experience farm life in the 1930s and 40s through the eyes of a boy growing up in Wild Rose, Wisconsin, the archetype of rural America, guided by acclaimed author, teacher and historian Jerry Apps. Like a family photo album, this portrait evokes memories of experiences that created the values of hard work, determination and community.

Inside Foyle’s War

Sunday, August 11, 8:30pm Join host Sam Waterson as we take a look at how this enormously popular award-winning MasterpieceMystery! series caputured loyal fans for over 10 years. This special features exclusive interviews with the series’ stars, writers and directors who keep the mystery alive.

Life of Muhammad

Tuesday, August 20, 8pm Chart the extraordinary story of a man who, in little more than 20 years, changed the world. In a journey both literal and historical, host Rageh Omaar travels to the place of Muhammad’s birth to retrace the footsteps of the prophet, from his humble beginnings in Mecca to his struggles with accepting his prophetic role, from his flight to Medina and the founding of the first Islamic constitution to his subsequent military and political successes and failures — through to his death and his legacy.

Cook & Belle’s Playhouse

Thursdays at 9pm & Saturdays at 10pm For over 15 years, the musical duo Cook and Belle have been entertaining audiences across the nation with their music. Join hosts Bret Cook and Michelle Belle as they interview and perform with some of their favorite musical artists. This month they welcome the soulful, piano-driven, electic sounds of Sarah Scarborough and her blended pop, jazz, blues and country sound.


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Body Electric Wild Kratts

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Peep and the Big Wide World (a)

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Martha Speaks

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Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!

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SuperWHY! Dinosaur Train

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Sesame Street Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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Sid the Science Kid Barney and Friends

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Sewing with Nancy

It’s Sew Easy

Quilting Arts

Knit and Crochet Now (b)

Love of Quilting

America’s Test Kitchen Color World w/ Gary Spetz

Besh’s Family Table Landscapes Through Time

Lidia’s Italy in America

Simply Ming (c)

Yarnell School of Fine Art

Best of The Joy of Painting v

Martha’s Cooking School Schwee Art Workshop

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Exhale: Core Fusion (d)

Sit and Be Fit

Healthy Body Healthy Mind

Classical Stretch

Garden Smart

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Under the Radar MI

Smith’s Garden Home

Beads, Baubles and Jewels

Rough Cut

Growing a Greener World

America’s Heartland

Inside E Street

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WordWorld

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Cyberchase

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Arthur

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WorldGirl

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Wild Kratts

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Electric Company

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Out of Ireland

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Well Read

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Nightly Business Report

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PBS Newshour

daytime program exceptions a

Fridays at 7:00am: SIGNING TIME!

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Beginning Thursday, August 8 @ 12:30pm KNITTING DAILY replaces KNIT AND CROCHET NOW.

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Beginning Thursday, August 8 @ 1pm MEXICO--ONE PLATE AT A TIME replaces SIMPLY MING.

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Beginning Monday, August 12 @ 2pm WAI LANA YOGA replaces EXHALE: CORE FUSION.

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6:00 Bob the Builder 6:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Thomas & Friends 9:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps 10:00 DragonflyTV “Investigate” 10:30 The Jazzy Vegetarian “5-Ingredients Or Less” 11:00 Heartland Highways 11:30 America’s Home Cooking: Dinner for Two 2:30 The Hunter-Farmer Healthy Weight Solution with Mark Liponis, 4:00 Doo Wop Love Songs 6:00 Rock, Pop and Doo Wop 8:00 ’60s Girl Grooves See Spotlight, pg. 3 10:00 Cook & Belle’s Playhouse v Cook and Belle welcome Texas native, Danny Frazier, to the playhouse. Known for his raspy, deep rooted, soulful country voice, he’s grown from his days playing and singing in the church. 10:30 Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii See Spotlight, pg. 3 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 12:00 Nature See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill “Revealing The Leopard” 1:00 NOVA 8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week “Who Killed Lindbergh’s Baby?” 9:00 Great Performances “Vienna Philharmonic Summer Night 2:00 Frontline “Life and Death In Assisted Living” Concert 2013” 10:30 Architect Robert A.M. Stern: 3:00 POV “Neurotypical” Presence of the Past Explore how architect, Stern bridges the 4:00 Ride Along The Lincoln Highway very divide in modern architecture that 5:00 Cook & Belle’s Playhouse v Featuring Danny Frazier” he has to define -- that between the 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week modernists and the traditionalists. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 6:00 Sesame Street 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 7:00 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week About That! 2:00 Great Performances “Vienna Philharmonic Summer Night 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train Concert 2013” 3:30 Architect Robert A.M. Stern: 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:30 Sid The Science Kid Presence of the Past 10:00 Martha Speaks 4:00 Nazi Mega Weapons 10:30 Arthur “V2” 11:00 Wild Kratts 5:00 PBS NewsHour 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 The This Old House Hour 9:00 Cook & Belle’s Playhouse v Cook and Belle welcome Texas native, Danny Frazier, to the playhouse. Known for his raspy, deep rooted, soulful country voice, he’s grown from his days playing and singing in the church. 9:30 Music Voyager “Florida: The Other Hollywood” Explore the rich coastal sounds, cuisine and personalities of a different breed of Hollywood. 10:00 Age of Champions Follow five competitors as they sprint, leap and swim in the National Senior Olympics. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Tea Lands of China 3:00 Great Old Amusement Parks 4:00 Music Voyager “Florida: The Other Hollywood” 4:30 Cook & Belle’s Playhouse v Featuring Danny Frazier 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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listings 5 11:30 WordGirl 12:00 Cyberchase 12:30 The Electric Company 1:00 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 1:30 Easy Yoga for Arthritis with Peggy Cappy 2:30 Love, Laugh & Eat with John Tickell, M.D. 4:00 Daniel O’Donnell from the Heartland 5:30 Farm Story with Jerry Apps See Spotlight, pg. 3 7:00 Jimmy Dean Show - Country Classics 8:30 Downton Abbey Revisited Savor great moments from the series’ first two seasons, along with cast interviews, rare behind-the-scenes footage and a sneak peek at what’s in store for the Crawleys as they enter the Roaring Twenties. 10:00 Call The Midwife The winds of change are blowing through Poplar, as old buildings are demolished to make new way for new flats, a situation that reaches crisis point when the convent comes under threat. 11:00 Moyers & Company 12:00 Queen Victoria’s Empire “Engines of Change/Passage to India” 2:00 Call The Midwife 3:00 Great Performances “Vienna Philharmonic Summer Night Concert 2013” 4:30 Architect Robert A.M. Stern: Presence of the Past 5:00 Great Old Amusement Parks

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Farm Story with Jerry Apps See Spotlight, pg. 3 9:30 Elvis, Aloha from Hawaii See Spotlight, pg. 3 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Flea Market Documentary 2:00 Antiques Roadshow 3:00 Queen Victoria’s Empire “Engines of Change/Passage to India” 5:00 PBS NewsHour

tuesday6 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance”

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8:00 Gloria Estefan: The Standards 9:30 Burt Bacharach’s Best 8:00 Il Volo We Are Love 11:00 Charlie Rose The three, young Italian tenors, Piero 12:00 Tavis Smiley Barone (19), Ignazio Boschetto(18) and 12:30 Nightly Business Report Gianluca Ginoble (17) are back to win 1:00 The This Old House Hour the hearts of PBS viewers nationwide. 2:00 Flea Market Documentary 9:30 David Garrett: Music - Live In 3:00 Nature Concert “Radioactive Wolves” 11:00 Charlie Rose 4:00 NOVA 12:00 Tavis Smiley “Lizard Kings” 12:30 Nightly Business Report 5:00 PBS NewsHour 1:00 Secrets of the Dead “The Man Who Saved The World” 2:00 Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Go to War See “daytime-at-a-glance” 3:00 History Detectives 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill “3-D Cuban Missile Crisis/Amos ‘n’ Andy 8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week Record/Women’s Suffrage Painting” 9:00 Alfie Boe - Storyteller at the 4:00 Age of Champions Royal Albert Hall 5:00 PBS NewsHour 10:00 Emeli Sande: Live at the Royal Albert Hall 11:00 Charlie Rose 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 12:00 Tavis Smiley See “daytime-at-a-glance” 12:30 Nightly Business Report 8:00 Smarter Brains 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill Dr. Michael Merzenich helps us uncover 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week the shocking truth of how the 2:00 Note By Note (The Making of actions in our daily lives impact just how Steinway L1037) smart we really are. 3:00 William Kentridge: Anything Is 9:30 Hugh Laurie - Live on the Queen Possible Mary 4:00 Secrets of the Dead Hugh Laurie will mark the climax of “The Man Who Saved The World” his personal musical odyssey with a 5:00 PBS NewsHour tribute to the man who is his greatest inspiration, Longhair. Witness this once in a life time performance. 6:00 Bob the Builder 10:30 Rick Steves’ Delicious Europe 6:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood America’s favorite travel guide savors 7:00 Curious George classic European cuisine - from garlicky 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot snails and handmade mozzarella to About That! savory bouillabaisse, hearty wurst and 8:00 Super Why! other regional specialties. 8:30 Dinosaur Train 11:00 Charlie Rose 9:00 Thomas & Friends 12:00 Tavis Smiley 9:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next 12:30 Nightly Business Report Steps 1:00 Nature 10:00 DragonflyTV “Radioactive Wolves” 10:30 The Jazzy Vegetarian 2:00 NOVA “Easy Paella Dinner” “Lizard Kings” 11:00 Heartland Highways 3:00 Eat, Fast and Live Longer with 11:30 America’s Home Cooking: from Michael Mosley the Garden 4:00 Secrets of the Dead 2:30 Younger You with Dr. Howard “The Man Who Saved The World” Murad 5:00 PBS NewsHour 4:00 Smarter Brains 5:30 Rick Steves’ Hidden Europe - Create Version 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 7:30 70s & 80s Soul Rewind See “daytime-at-a-glance” 9:30 Jimmy Dean Show - Country Classics

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11:00 Emeli Sande: Live at the Royal Albert Hall 12:00 Nature “Radioactive Wolves” 1:00 NOVA “Lizard Kings” 2:00 POV “Last Train Home” 3:30 Architect Robert A.M. Stern: Presence of the Past 4:00 Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go to War 5:00 Pedro E. Guerrero, Portrait of An Image Maker 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week

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6:00 Sesame Street 7:00 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:30 Sid The Science Kid 10:00 Martha Speaks 10:30 Arthur 11:00 Wild Kratts 11:30 WordGirl 12:00 Cyberchase 12:30 The Electric Company 1:00 Easy Yoga for Easing Pain 2:00 Drop 7 Foods, Feel Better Fast with JJ Virgin 3:30 Grand Canyon Serenade 4:30 Sarah Brightman: Dreamchaser In Concert 6:00 Alfie Boe - Storyteller at the Royal Albert Hall 7:00 Burt Bacharach’s Best 8:30 Inside Foyle’s War See Spotlight, pg. 3 10:00 Downton Abbey Revisited Savor great moments from the series’ first two seasons, along with cast interviews, rare behind-the-scenes footage and a sneak peek at what’s in store for the Crawleys as they enter the Roaring Twenties. 11:30 Unlocking The Secrets of Our Cells - The Nobel Prize 12:00 Queen Victoria’s Empire “The Moral Crusade/The Scramble for Africa” 2:00 Lafayette: The Lost Hero 3:00 Note By Note (The Making of Steinway L1037) 4:00 William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible


9:00 NOVA 5:00 History Detectives “MiGs” “3-D Cuban Missile Crisis/Amos ‘n’ Andy NOVA gets up close and personal with Record/Women’s Suffrage Painting” the shape shifting and decptive powers of the cuttlefish. 10:00 The Truth About Exercise with 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Michael Mosley See “daytime-at-a-glance” With recent advances in genetic testing 8:00 Antiques Roadshow technology and brain stimulation 9:00 Antiques Roadshow techniques, scientists are uncovering the 10:00 POV new and surprising truths about what “The City Dark” Filmmaker Ian Cheney moves to New exercise is really doing to our bodies, and why we all respond to it differently. York City and discovers skies devoid of stars, he embarks on a journey to 11:00 Charlie Rose America’s brightest and darkest corners, 12:00 Tavis Smiley asking astronomers, cancer researchers 12:30 Nightly Business Report and ecologists what is lost in the glare 1:00 Nature “Outback Pelicans” of city lights. 2:00 NOVA 11:00 Charlie Rose “MiGs” 12:00 Tavis Smiley 3:00 The Truth About Exercise with 12:30 Nightly Business Report Michael Mosley 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 4:00 After Newtown: Guns In America 2:00 Queen Victoria’s Empire “The Moral Crusade/The Scramble for 5:00 PBS NewsHour Africa” 4:00 Lafayette: The Lost Hero 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 5:00 PBS NewsHour See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 The This Old House Hour 9:00 Eating Alabama 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. A filmmaker turns the camera on himself See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 After Newtown: Guns In America as he and his wife upend their lives in pursuit of local food, discovering 9:00 Fixing Juvie Justice along the way stories about community, 10:00 Frontline sustainability, and identity. 11:00 Charlie Rose 10:00 Undaunted: The Forgotten Giants 12:00 Tavis Smiley of the Allegheny Observatory 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 After Newtown: Guns In America Experience the true but largely forgotten story of the scientific pioneers behind 2:00 Fixing Juvie Justice early aviation and the founding of 3:00 Frontline astrophysics. 4:00 POV 11:00 Charlie Rose “The City Dark” Filmmaker Ian Cheney moves to New 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report York City and discovers skies devoid of stars, he embarks on a journey to 1:00 The This Old House Hour America’s brightest and darkest corners, 2:00 After Newtown: Guns In America asking astronomers, cancer researchers 3:00 Fixing Juvie Justice and ecologists what is lost in the glare 4:00 Nature “Outback Pelicans” of city lights. 5:00 PBS NewsHour 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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listings 7 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Great Performances “Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration - PBS Arts” 4:00 The Truth About Exercise with Michael Mosley 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 Bob the Builder 6:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Thomas & Friends 9:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps 10:00 DragonflyTV 10:30 The Jazzy Vegetarian 11:00 Heartland Highways 11:30 Inspiration with Lance Heft 12:00 Knit and Crochet Now! 12:30 The Victory Garden 1:00 It’s Sew Easy 1:30 Crafting at the Spotted Canary 2:00 Expeditions with Patrick McMillan 2:30 Hometime 3:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table 3:30 MotorWeek 4:00 Second Opinion 4:30 Between The Lines with Barry Kibrick 5:00 Autoline 5:30 The Woodwright’s Shop 6:00 Woodsmith Shop 6:30 Best of the Joy of Painting 7:00 Woodsongs 8:00 Elderly Instruments: All Things Strings Go behind the scenes with the quirky and knowledgeable staff of Elderly. 9:00 Live from the Artists Den “Soundgarden” 10:00 Cook & Belle’s Playhouse v Welcome local legend, Carl Storie, to the 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. playhouse. Storie’s rich R & B throwback See “daytime-at-a-glance” See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill sound, infectious stage presence, and his 8:00 Nature hit song “Dancin’ Shoes” are featured in 8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week “Outback Pelicans” this week’s episode. Once every 10 years, rains flood into 9:00 Great Performances 10:30 Red Green Show “Tanglewood 75th Anniversary dried-up river beds and head inland to “New Yorkshire Puddings” Celebration - PBS Arts” create the largest lake in Australia. 11:00 Charlie Rose 100,000 pelicans arrive for the event.

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10:30 Ocean Keeper The film journeys through the The 11:00 Austin City Limits Amagansett Life-Saving Station’s “Alejandro Escovedo/Trombone Shorty” extraordinary 100-year-plus history and 12:00 Nature arrives at its present day incarnation on “Outback Pelicans” Atlantic Avenue. 1:00 NOVA 11:00 Moyers & Company “MiGs” 12:00 Churchill 2:00 Frontline “Destiny” 3:00 POV 1:00 Lady Vanishes: Masterpiece “The City Dark” Mystery! 4:00 After Newtown: Guns In America 2:30 Ocean Keeper 5:00 EcoSense for Living 3:00 Great Performances “Green Jobs” “Tanglewood 75th Anniversary 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week Celebration - PBS Arts” 5:00 History Detectives

3:00 Life of Muhammad “The Holy Peace” 4:00 Eating Alabama 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Nature “Birds of the Gods” Living in the depths of the New Guinean Rainforest are birds of unimaginable color and beauty called Birds of Paradise. 9:00 NOVA “Making Stuff Stronger” From steel to Kevlar and spider silk to carbon nanotubes, host David Pogue 6:00 Sesame Street looks at the ways in which science and 7:00 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood nature work to make strong stuff. 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot 10:00 NOVA See “daytime-at-a-glance” About That! “Making Stuff Smaller” 8:00 Antiques Roadshow 8:00 Super Why! Host David Pogue profiles the latest in 9:00 Antiques Roadshow 8:30 Dinosaur Train 10:00 POV high-powered nano-circuits and 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood micro-robots. “The Law In These Parts” 9:30 Sid The Science Kid Israeli filmmaker Ra’anan Alexandrowicz 11:00 Charlie Rose 10:00 Martha Speaks 12:00 Tavis Smiley examines the system of military 10:30 Arthur 12:30 Nightly Business Report administration used by Israel since the 11:00 Wild Kratts Six Day War of 1967 -- featuring the 1:00 Nature 11:30 WordGirl “Birds of the Gods” system’s leading creators. 12:00 Cyberchase 2:00 NOVA 11:30 Architect Michael Graves: A 12:30 The Electric Company “Making Stuff Stronger” Grand Tour 1:00 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 3:00 NOVA 12:00 Tavis Smiley 1:30 Indiana Week In Review 12:30 Nightly Business Report “Making Stuff Smaller” 2:00 Travel with Kids 4:00 Elderly Instruments: All Things 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:30 Great Getaways Strings 2:00 Churchill 3:00 Biz Kid$ 5:00 PBS NewsHour “Destiny” 3:30 Curiosity Quest Goes Green 3:00 Lady Vanishes: Masterpiece 4:00 Martha Bakes Mystery! 4:30 America’s Test Kitchen from 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 4:30 Ocean Keeper Cook’s Illustrated See “daytime-at-a-glance” 5:00 PBS NewsHour 5:00 This Old House 8:00 The This Old House Hour 5:30 Beads, Baubles and Jewels 9:00 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boynton 6:00 Classic Gospel 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. House: The Next Hundred Years 7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show Take an exclusive look inside the See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Churchill painstaking process of restoring and 8:00 Life of Muhammad “Destiny” rehabilitating a historic home. See Spotlight, pg. 3 Discover the story of Churchill’s early 10:00 Intelligence Squared 9:00 Life of Muhammad life-- his aristocratic birth, his search for See Spotlight, pg. 3 “Should Genetically Engineered Babies glory on the battlefield, his rise up the 10:00 Life of Muhammad Be Prohibited?” political ladder and his fall from it See Spotlight, pg. 3 Imagine a world free of genetic diseases, 9:00 Lady Vanishes: Masterpiece where parents control their offspring’s 11:00 Charlie Rose Mystery! height, eye color and intelligence. 12:00 Tavis Smiley A young socialite suspects foul play 12:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose when a young woman inexplicably 12:00 Tavis Smiley 1:00 Life of Muhammad disappears from a train, in a new “The Seeker” 12:30 Nightly Business Report adaptation of the classic thriller based 2:00 Life of Muhammad 1:00 The This Old House Hour on Ethel Lina White’s 1936 novel The 2:00 Hot Dog Program “The Holy Wars” Wheel Spins.

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3:00 POV “The Law In These Parts” 4:30 Sidelined: Concussions In Sports 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 9:00 American Masters “James Baldwin: The Price of a Ticket” The life of the late writer and civil-rights activist are recounted -- what it is to be born black, impoverished, gifted and gay in a world that has yet to understand “all men are brothers.” He tells his story in this emotional portrait. 10:30 Lost Years of Zora Neale Hurston The story of writer, folklorist and anthropologist a controversial figure of the Harlem Renaissance. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 American Masters “James Baldwin: The Price of a Ticket” 3:30 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boynton House: The Next Hundred Years 4:30 EcoSense for Living “Environmental Body Makeover” 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 Bob the Builder 6:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Thomas & Friends 9:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps 10:00 DragonflyTV 10:30 The Jazzy Vegetarian 11:00 Heartland Highways 11:30 Inspiration with Lance Heft 12:00 Knit and Crochet Now! 12:30 The Victory Garden 1:00 It’s Sew Easy 1:30 Crafting at the Spotted Canary 2:00 Expeditions with Patrick McMillan 2:30 Hometime 3:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table

3:30 MotorWeek 4:00 Second Opinion 4:30 Between The Lines with Barry Kibrick 5:00 Autoline 5:30 The Woodwright’s Shop 6:00 Woodsmith Shop 6:30 Best of the Joy of Painting 7:00 Woodsongs 8:00 Everglades Of The North: The Story Of The Grand Kankakee Mar 9:00 Live from the Artists Den “The Killers” 10:00 Cook & Belle’s Playhouse v Seth Cook, a rising soulful, country rock artist and guitarist that has entertained crowds around the nation is featured in this week’s episode. 10:30 Red Green Show “Exit Stag Right” Red and the boys plan a surprise stag for Harold. 11:00 Austin City Limits “Wilco” 12:00 Nature “Birds of the Gods” 1:00 NOVA “Making Stuff Stronger” 2:00 NOVA “Making Stuff Smaller” 3:00 POV “The Law In These Parts” 4:30 Land of Kokeshi, Rebounding 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week

sunday25

6:00 Sesame Street 7:00 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:30 Sid The Science Kid 10:00 Martha Speaks 10:30 Arthur 11:00 Wild Kratts 11:30 WordGirl 12:00 Cyberchase 12:30 The Electric Company 1:00 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 1:30 Indiana Week In Review 2:00 Travel with Kids 2:30 Great Getaways 3:00 Biz Kid$ 3:30 Curiosity Quest Goes Green 4:00 Martha Bakes

listings 9 4:30 America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated 5:00 This Old House 5:30 Beads, Baubles and Jewels 6:00 Classic Gospel 7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show 8:00 Churchill “The Lion’s Roar” Focus on the 10 years between 1929 and 1939, which have become widely known as the “Wilderness Years” during which Churchill was variously described as a “maverick”, a “spent force” and a “fanatic.” 9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! “Silk” Enter this legal drama following the rivalries, passions and intrigues of criminal law. 11:00 Moyers & Company 12:00 Churchill “The Lion’s Roar” 1:00 Masterpiece Mystery! “Silk” 3:00 American Masters “James Baldwin: The Price of a Ticket” 4:30 The Mysterious Lost State of Franklin 5:00 History Detectives

monday26

6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Antiques Roadshow 9:00 Antiques Roadshow 10:00 POV “5 Broken Cameras” This deeply personal first-hand account chronicles the life and nonviolent resistance in Bil’in, a West Bank village where Israel is building a security fence. 11:30 Natural Heroes “Second Nature: The Biomimicry Evolution” 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 Churchill “The Lion’s Roar” 3:00 Masterpiece Mystery! “Silk” 5:00 PBS NewsHour

tuesday27 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance”

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10 listings 8:00 In Performance at the White House “A Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement” 9:00 The March See Spotlight, pg. 3 10:00 Independent Lens “The Powerbroker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights” 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 In Performance at the White House “A Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement” 2:00 The March 3:00 Independent Lens “The Powerbroker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights” 4:00 The Campaign 5:00 PBS NewsHour

wednesday28

6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Nature “Cracking The Koala Code” Examine the day-to-day dramas of an extended family of koalas. 9:00 NOVA “Making Stuff Cleaner” Batteries grown from viruses, plastics made of sugar and solar cells that cook up hydrogen are just the beginning of a new generation of clean materials. 10:00 NOVA “Making Stuff Smarter” Host David Pogue looks into the growing number of smart materials that can respond, change and even learn- -from an airplane wing that changes shape as it flies to clothing that can monitor its wearer’s heart rate. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Nature “Cracking The Koala Code” 2:00 NOVA “Making Stuff Cleaner” 3:00 NOVA “Making Stuff Smarter”

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4:00 In Performance at the White House “A Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement” 5:00 PBS NewsHour

thursday29

6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 The This Old House Hour 9:00 Age of Champions Follow five competitors as they sprint, leap and swim in the National Senior Olympics. 10:00 Building The Dream Recount the journey of an idea for a national monument honoring Martin Luther King Jr. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Independent Lens “The Powerbroker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights” 3:00 Nature “Cracking The Koala Code” 4:00 NOVA “Making Stuff Cleaner” 5:00 PBS NewsHour

friday30

6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 9:00 Side By Side, The Science, Art and Impact of Digital Cinema Investigate the history, process and workflow of both digital and photochemical film creation. 10:00 Live from Lincoln Center “Audra McDonald In Concert: Go Back Home” 11:30 Brain Emergency 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Side By Side, The Science, Art and Impact of Digital Cinema 3:00 Live from Lincoln Center “Audra McDonald In Concert: Go Back Home” 4:30 Brain Emergency 5:00 PBS NewsHour

saturday31

6:00 Bob the Builder 6:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 7:00 Curious George 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 8:00 Super Why! 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Thomas & Friends 9:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps 10:00 DragonflyTV 10:30 The Jazzy Vegetarian 11:00 Heartland Highways 11:30 Well Read 12:00 Knit and Crochet Now! 12:30 The Victory Garden 1:00 It’s Sew Easy 1:30 Crafting at the Spotted Canary 2:00 Expeditions with Patrick McMillan 2:30 Hometime 3:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table 3:30 MotorWeek 4:00 Second Opinion 4:30 Between The Lines with Barry Kibrick 5:00 Autoline 5:30 The Woodwright’s Shop 6:00 Woodsmith Shop 6:30 Best of the Joy of Painting 7:00 Woodsongs 8:00 Fort Peck Dam This one-hour documentary chronicles the Fort Peck Dam, which was bold in design, daring in execution, and far- reaching in its effects from the time of the Great Depression until now. 9:00 Live from the Artists Den “Ed Sheeran” 10:00 Cook & Belle’s Playhouse v See Spotlight, pg. 3 10:30 Red Green Show “Mad You Say?” 11:00 Austin City Limits “Mumford and Sons/Flogging Molly” 12:00 Nature “Cracking The Koala Code” 1:00 NOVA “Making Stuff Cleaner” 2:00 NOVA “Making Stuff Smarter” 3:00 POV “5 Broken Cameras” 4:30 Sisters 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week


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August 2013 monday

tuesday

wednesday

thursday

friday

6:00am 12:00pm

Knit and Crochet Now

Ouilting Arts

Sewing with Nancy

Quilting Arts

Knit and Crochet

6:30am 12:30pm

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

Best of The Joy of Painting v

Schwee Art Workshop

Best of The Joy of Painting v

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

7:00am

1:00pm

Primal Grill

Coastal Cooking

Pati’s Mexican Table

Coastal Cooking

Primal Grill

7:30am

1:30pm

Barbecue University

P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table

Cooking with Julie Taboulie

P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table

Barbecue Univeristy

8:00am

2:00pm

Ciao Italia

New Scandinavian Cooking

Clodagh’s Irish Food Trails

New Scandinavian Cooking

Ciao Italia

8:30am

2:30pm

Cooking with Friends

Christiana Cooks

Healthful Indian Flavors (d)

Christina Cooks

Cooking with Friends

9:00am

3:00pm

Globe Trekker

Smart Travels Europe with Rudy

Wild Photo Adventures

Smart Travels Europe with Rudy

Pedal America (b)(c)

In the Americas with David Yetman (e)

Pedal America

Ask This Old House

Hometime

This Old House American Woodshop

Globe Trekker

9:30am

3:30pm

10:00am

4:00pm

This Old House

Hometime

10:30am

4:30pm

American Woodshop

Woodsmith Shop

Woodright’s Shop

Woodsmith Shop

11:00am

5:00pm

Victory Garden

Garden Smart

Victory Garden

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

For Your Home

Katie Brown Workshop

For Your Home

B Organic with Michele Beschen (f)

11:30am

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home B Organic with 5:30pm Michele Beschen (a)

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saturday and sunday marathons

tuesday

4PM 4:30 5:00 6:00

Across Indiana Indiana Week in Review Inside Indiana Business Indiana Courts

4PM 4:30 5:00 6:00

The Weekly Special Across Indiana Varied Programming Inside Indiana Business

4PM 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00

GED Connection GED Connection Indiana Week In Review Various Programming The Weekly Special

wednesday

August 3 & 4 - Around the World in a Day The fearless Globe Trekker team is at it again! Ian Wright and the rest of the gang will keep the pages in your passport filled as we go continent hopping – from The Americas to Europe to Asia. Ancient cultures and the human spirit are all yours to experience and treasure when you go globe trekking!

August 10 & 11 - Kitchen Makeover

It’s time for your kitchen to cook up a new look. From cabinets to countertops, we’re making changes that run the gamut of possibilities for a modern kitchen. Vicki and Sloan Payne add lightness and beauty to a kitchen with a stained-glass window. P. Allen Smith brings the outdoors inside with a kitchen open to the elements, while Matt and Shari of “Around the House” provides ample storage space for the bustling kitchen. Your kitchen will be fabulous after its facelift.

thursday

exceptions

a Monday 8/5 and 8/9 @ 11:30am & 5:30pm WINEMAKERS b Tuesday 8/20 @ 9:30am & 3:30pm HOMETIME. c Tuesday 8/27 @9:30a & 3:30pm TRAVEL WITH KIDS. d Wednesday 8/7 @ 8:30am & 2:30pm RACHEL’S FAVORITE FOOD FOR LIVING e Wednesday 8/14 @ 9:30am &3:30pm GRANNIES ON SAFARI f Friday 8/2 and 8/9 @11:30am & 5:30pm WINEMAKERS

August 17 & 18 - Take it Outside There’s more room out than there is in… So take the fun outside! Enjoy a meal prepared on the beach by Rick Bayless. Then go on a picnic with Katie Brown and Pati Jinich. John Shields takes us on a clambake. It’s summertime, and why should you stay cooped up in the house? Laugh and enjoy yourself with family and friends in the hot weather.

August 24 & 25 - Beauty and the Beach There’s nothing better than a gorgeous beach in an exotic locale. Take a dip in these blue lagoons across the globe: Mozambique, Africa; Sydney, Australia; and Fiji Island amidst an unforgettable landscape. Rudy Maxa and Joseph Rosendo join you on this wet and wild trip!

August 31 & September 1 - Last of the Summer Fun The unofficial end to summer is upon us. Grillmaster Steven Raichlen has fantastic grilling tips just in time for your Labor Day barbecue. The grill is fired up with succulent seafood, racks of ribs and pork that’s just waiting to be pulled! Invite your friends and family over for the last of the summer fun!


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