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WIPB-TV MEMBER’S MAGAZINE | FEBRUARY 2014

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VOL. 20, ISSUE NO. 2

FEBRUARY 2014

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

On The Air Members’ Magazine is a monthly publication printed by Hudson Printing, 1201 E. 5th St., Suite 1018, Anderson, IN 46012 765-642-9988. 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, 2014. All rights reserved.

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Thanks and gratitude for your support I’d like to express my deep appreciation for the outpouring of support WIPB received at the end of 2013. I’m proud to announce WIPB Members and Mutual Bank provided 4,566 meals to Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana. We set a higher goal this year and exceeded it, raising nearly 1,000 more meals than last year — thanks to YOU. And, while we’ve made great progress in membership support duing the fist half of the fiscal year, we still have a long way to go to meet our $90,000 programming dues increase. This year, more than ever, your support makes a difference. I’m happy to announce a new partnership with Hudson Printing that will save WIPB nearly $8,400 this fiscal year! Located in Anderson, Hudson Printing has produced high quality printed

materials for more than 40 years and produces a wide variety of materials from calendars and pocket folders to annual reports and large format posters. More information can be found online at www. hudson-print.com. Thank you again for your outpouring of generosity. Together, we continue to make a difference — not just for WIPB — but also for our community. Most Sincerely,

Alice J. Van Dyke, General Manager P.S. Mark your calendar for Spring TeleSale, online March 25 – April 5 and on-air April 3-5! If your business would like to donate merchandise, visit www. telesale.com.

Ball State Basketball on WIPB BSU at CMU - Feb. 19, 7pm Wm’s Basketball at EMU - Feb. 23, 2pm WIPB’s coverage of BSU basketball continues with bi-weekly coaches shows: THE JAMES WHITFORD SHOW and OFF THE COURT WITH BRADY SALLEE and two offerings from Ball State Sports Link: OUT OF THE SHADOWS and DRIVEN airing throughout February! BSU Basketbal Presented by: Central Indiana Orthopedics, P.C.; Family Vision Care; Consumer Security & Audio Systems, Inc.; DeFur Voran; MITS; Leland C. Wilhoite, D.D.S.; Rock Tenn; A Rental Service Company and Verallia North America.


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Masterpiece “Downton Abbey” Season 4

Sundays at 9pm Season 4 of the international hit finds aristocrats coping with last season’s shocking finale. Change is in the air as three generations of the Crawley family have conflicting interests in the estate. Paul Giamatti makes an appearance alongside the beloved returning ensemble, including Dame Maggie Smith, Elizabeth McGovern, Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, Jim Carter, Joanne Froggatt, guest star Shirley MacLaine and others.

The Amish Shunned: American Experience Tuesday, February 4 at 8pm Filmed over the course of 12 months, THE AMISH: SHUNNED follows seven former members of the Amish community as they reflect on their decisions to leave one of the most closed and tightly knit communities in the United States. Estranged from family, the ex-Amish find themselves struggling to understand and make their way in modern America. Interwoven through the stories are the voices of Amish men and women who remain staunchly loyal to their traditions and faith.

Super Skyscrapers

Wednesdays at10pm As urban space shrinks, we build higher and faster than ever before, creating a new generation of skyscrapers. Super skyscrapers are pushing the limits of engineering, technology and design to become greener, stronger, smarter and more luxurious than their predecessors. This four-part series follows the creation of four extraordinary buildings, showcasing how they will revolutionize the way we live, work and protect ourselves from potential threats.

Wellness Matters “Pediatric Dental Health” v Tuesday, February 11 at 6pm According to the American Dental Association, a healthy smile is important to a child’s self esteem. With proper care, a balanced diet and regular dental visits, their teeth can remain healthy and strong for a lifetime. This month host Glenn Augustine and a panel of local experts will discuss when children should have their first dental visit, ways to prevent cavities, proper brushing and flossing techniques, thumbsucking, dental sealants and more. Call 800-252-9472 with your dental questions during the live program.


news 3 spotlight Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson

Thursday, February 13 & 20 at 9pm A This film chronicles the life and career of boxer Jack Johnson, the first African-American heavyweight champion and one of the greatest fighters of the 20th century. Johnson ultimately lost his title in a bout in Cuba in 1915, after fleeing the United States following his federal conviction for allegedly violating the Mann Act.

Murder on the Home Front

Sunday, February 16 at 10pm Home Office Pathologist Dr. Lennox Collins, on his first murder case, and his newly recruited assistant Molly Cooper clash with the police over just who the main suspect is. Employing groundbreaking forensic techniques, can Lennox and Molly save a seemingly innocent man from the gallows and prove there may be more to these murders than meets the eye?

Great Performances “Sting: The Last Ship” Friday, February 21 at 9pm Rock ‘n’ roll Renaissance man Sting has embarked on a new venture, The Last Ship, a musical play for which he has written original music and lyrics. Exploring a range of universal themes, The Last Ship dramatizes the impact of the demise of the shipbuilding industry in Sting’s home town of Wallsend, England, which for so long had dominated and shaped the city’s community life. In an exclusive performance recorded at NYC’s Public Theater, Sting performs an intimate concert of highlights from the show, providing a narrative outline for the musical.

Out of the Shadows: Men’s Basketball v Friday, February 28 at 6pm Ball State Sports Link, an immersive learning production, premieres a new, behind-the-scenes series titled OUT OF THE SHADOWS: MEN’S BASKETBALL. Ball State head coach James Whitford has granted Sports Link exclusive access to the team in 2013-14 including on the bus, in the locker room and team meetings.


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Body Electric Martha Speaks

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Peep and the Big Wide World

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Wild Kratts

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

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Sesame Street Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

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Superwhy!

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Signing Time

Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train

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Sid the Science Kid Sewing with Nancy America’s Test Kitchen Painting with Paulson

Quilting Arts

Knitting Daily

Love of Quilting

Bringing It Home with Laura

Lidia’s Kitchen

Simply Ming

Martha Bakes

Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

Best of The Joy of Painting v

Sew It All

Wyland’s Art Studio

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Power Yoga: Mind and Body

Sit and Be Fit

Second Opinion

Classical Stretch

Garden Smart

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Under the Radar MI

For Your Home (e)

Beads, Baubles and Jewels

Woodwright’s Shop

Growing a Greener World

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Clifford the Big Red Dog Thomas & Friends

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Cyberchase

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Arthur

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WorldGirl Wild Kratts (a, b)

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Out of Ireland

The James Whitford Show (b)

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Mind of a Chef (f)

Off The Court with Truth About Brady Sallee (d) Money with Ric (g)

Nightly Business Report

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PBS Newshour (c)

daytime program exceptions (a) Tues., Feb. 11 at 5:30pm THE JAMES WHITFORD SHOW v (b) Tues., Feb. 11 at 6pm WELLNESS MATTERS v (c) Wed., Feb. 19 at 7pm THE BALL STATE MEN’S BASKETBALL GAME versus Central Michigan University followed by PBS NEWSHOUR at 9pm (d) Thurs., Feb 20 at 6pm AMERICA’S HEARTLAND (e) Beginning Tues., Feb 25 at 2:30pm P. ALLEN SMITH’S GARDEN HOME (f) Wed., Feb. 25 at 6pm CONNECTIONS v (g) Fri. Feb. 28 at 6pm OUT OF THE SHADOWS: BALL STATE MEN’S BASKETBALL

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6:00 Barney & Friends 6:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps 7:00 Curious George 7:30 WordWorld 8:00 Peg + Cat 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:30 Super Why! 10:00 Thomas & Friends 10:30 Bob the Builder 11:00 Down to Earth: Small Farm Issues in a Big Farm World 11:30 Well Read 12:00 Knitting Daily 12:30 The Victory Garden 1:00 It’s Sew Easy 1:30 Scrapbook Soup 2:00 This American Land 2:30 Hometime 3:00 For Your Home 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 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Best of The Joy of Painting v 7:00 Woodsongs 8:00 Start Up “Never Dessert Your Fellow Man!” Gary and the crew travel to Pittsburgh then they head to Washington, DC to speak with Cynthia, the owner and artist of “Cirque Du Rouge.” 8:30 Chef’s Life “Sweet Corn & Expensive Tea” Vivian revisits the Southern tradition “putting up” corn and shares her method for making smoked corn relish. 9:00 Front and Center “Jake Bugg” The 19-year-old English singer-songwriter brings his UK chart topping songs to The Iridium. Songs include “Lightning Bolt” and “Broken.” 10:00 Bluegrass Underground “Andrew Bird” 10:30 Vintage Red Green Show “Hot Water Bottle: Blowing Up A Hot Water Bottle” 11:00 Austin City Limits 12:00 Nature 1:00 NOVA 2:00 Frontline 3:00 Rotaries: Avalanche on the Mountain 4:00 Hawking

5:00 Down to Earth: Small Farm Issues in a Big Farm World 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 Peg + Cat 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:30 Super Why! 10:00 Sid The Science Kid 10:30 Wild Kratts 11:00 Arthur 11:30 Martha Speaks 12:00 WordGirl 12:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 1:00 Indiana Lawmakers 1:30 Indiana Week In Review (Copy) 2:00 Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg 2:30 Equitrekking Adventures 3:00 Biz Kid$ 3:30 Curiosity Quest Goes Green 4:00 Farm with Ian Knauer 4:30 This Old House 5:00 Classic Gospel 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Moyers & Company 7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show 8:00 Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey Season 4, Part 4” Can Bates learn what’s troubling Anna? Meanwhile, Thomas installs a new ally and Alfred takes up cooking. 9:00 Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey Season 4, Part 5” Rose’s surprise party for Robert risks scandal. Mary meets an old suitor, and Edith gets troubling news. 10:00 Masterpiece Mystery! “Sherlock, Series III: His Last Vow” To Sherlock Holmes, Charles Augustus Magnussen is the Napoleon of blackmail - and the one man he hates. 12:00 Rotaries: Avalanche on the Mountain 1:00 Hawking 2:00 Masterpiece Classic 3:00 Masterpiece Mystery! 5:00 Hawking

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6 :00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Antiques Roadshow

listings 5 “Detroit, Hour Two” Highlights include Marvin Gaye’s 1964 passport, found inside an album, purchased for 50¢ at an estate sale and a signed photo album of President Abraham Lincoln, his cabinet and Senate. 9:00 Antiques Roadshow “Eugene, OR - Hour Two” Highlights include a Russian Imperial Officer’s sword from the reign of Tsar Nicholas II. 10:00 American Promise 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 Antiques Roadshow 3:00 Masterpiece Classic 4:00 Hayloft Gang: The Story of the National Barn Dance 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Amish: American Experience Part Two - Find answers to questions about the Amish - an insistently insuar religious community. 9:00 The Amish Shunned: American Experience Filmed over the course of 12 months, this film follows seven former members of the Amish community as they reflect on their decisions to leave one of the most closed and tightly-knit communities in the United States. 11:00 James Whitford Show v Ball State University head basketball coach James Whitford discuss recent games and upcoming hardwood battles, using highlights from throughout the MAC. 11:30 Great Decisions In Foreign Policy 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Amish: American Experience 2:00 The Amish Shunned: American Experience 4:00 Buffalo King 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6 television “An Original DUCKumentary” Ducks fly through the air on short stubby wings -- traveling in energy - efficient formations over thousands of miles. 9:00 NOVA “Roman Catacomb Mystery” Beneath the streets of Rome lies an ancient city of the dead known as the Catacombs -- a labyrinth of tunnels, hundreds of miles long, lined with tombs. 10:00 Super Skyscrapers “One World Trade Center” One World Trade Center, the tallest building in the western hemisphere and a famous modern landmark, is engineered to be the safest and strongest skyscraper ever built. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Nature 2:00 NOVA 3:00 Super Skyscrapers 4:00 Russia’s Open Book: Writing in the Age of Putin 5:00 PBS NewsHour

Color Purple,” writer / activist Alice Walker celebrates her 70th birthday. 10:30 POV “Listening Is An Act of Love: A Storycorps Special” This first-ever animated special from StoryCorps celebrates the transformative power of listening. 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 3:30 POV 4:00 Super Skyscrapers 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 Barney & Friends 6:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps 7:00 Curious George 7:30 WordWorld 8:00 Peg + Cat 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:30 Super Why! 10:00 Thomas & Friends 10:30 Bob the Builder 11:00 New York Originals 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 11:30 Well Read See “daytime-at-a-glance” 12:00 Knitting Daily 8:00 The This Old House Hour 12:30 The Victory Garden Kevin appreciates the new windows 1:00 It’s Sew Easy from inside the new eat-in kitchen, 1:30 Scrapbook Soup while outside, Tom installs vertical 2:00 This American Land beaded siding. 2:30 Hometime 9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! 3:00 For Your Home “Sherlock, Series III: His Last 3:30 MotorWeek Vow” 4:00 Second Opinion 11:00 Charlie Rose 4:30 Between The Lines with Barry 12:00 Tavis Smiley Kibrick 12:30 Nightly Business Report 5:00 Autoline 1:00 The This Old House Hour 5:30 The Woodwright’s Shop 2:00 The Amish Shunned: American 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend Experience 6:30 Best of The Joy of Painting v 4:00 Nature 7:00 Woodsongs 5:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Start Up “You Are So Goudaful, to Me” Gary and they crew head to Washington, DC, then to NYC the founder of “Hot Girls 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Pearls,” a line of accessories that are See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill keeping women cool. 8:30 Chef’s Life 8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week “Strawberry Stay at Home” Vivian and 9:00 American Masters Ben rebuild their restaurant against the “Alice Walker: Beauty In Truth” Most backdrop of the Southern harbinger of famous for her seminal novel “The spring, the strawberry. Vivian and a

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friend develop a recipe for coconut cornbread strawberry shortcake with basil whipped cream. 9:00 Front and Center “Zakk Wylde & The Les Paul Trio” Zakk Wylde and The Iridium’s regular Monday night house band pay tribute to the man, the myth and the legend that was Les Paul, the “father of the electric guitar.” 10:00 Bluegrass Underground “Infamous Stringdusters” 10:30 Vintage Red Green Show 11:00 Austin City Limits 12:00 Nature 1:00 NOVA 2:00 Super Skyscrapers 3:00 POV 5:00 The Desert Speaks 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 Peg + Cat 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:30 Super Why! 10:00 Sid The Science Kid 10:30 Wild Kratts 11:00 Arthur 11:30 Martha Speaks 12:00 WordGirl 12:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 1:00 Indiana Lawmakers 1:30 Indiana Week In Review 2:00 Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg 2:30 Equitrekking Adventures 3:00 Biz Kid$ 3:30 Curiosity Quest Goes Green 4:00 Farm with Ian Knauer 4:30 This Old House 5:00 Classic Gospel 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Moyers & Company 7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show 8:00 Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey Season 4, Part 5” 9:00 Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey Season 4, Part 6” When Robert and Thomas make a sudden trip, everyone’s life becomes more complicated. Mary and Blake come together over pigs. An unwelcome visitor appears.


10:00 Making of a Lady Based on the forgotten novel by celebrated writer Frances Hodgson Burnett this classic tale tells the story of the well-born, educated but penniless Emily. During her daily duties as a lady’s companion for Lady Maria she comes into contact with her employer’s wealthy widower nephew, Lord James Walderhurst. 11:30 The Cardboard Bernini Olympia Stone’s documentary, “The Cardboard Bernini,” examines the work and life of artist James Grashow as he builds work inspired by the famous baroque sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini. 12:30 The Smartest Team: Making High School Football Safer 1:30 Masterpiece Classic 2:30 Making of a Lady 4:00 American Masters 5:30 POV

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Antiques Roadshow “Detroit, Hour Three” Highlights include a Charles Schulz signed letter and drawing of his beloved “Peanuts” character Linus and two etchings, one by Edward Hopper and one by John Sloan, that were a surprise gift to the owner in the 1970s and are now valued at $105,000. 9:00 Antiques Roadshow “Eugene, OR - Hour Three” Highlights include a playful pair of beautifully preserved tin toys: a circa 1938 Marx car and a battery powered dump truck and the “guardian of Venice,” a 1960 jeweled gold moretto valued at $40,000 to $60,000. 10:00 Independent Lens “Spies of Mississippi” This film tells the story of a secret spy agency formed by the state of Mississippi to preserve segregation during the 1950s and ‘60s. Granted broad powers, this commission investigated citizens and organizations in attempts to derail the civil rights movement. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 Antiques Roadshow 3:00 Masterpiece Classic

4:00 Evening with Ursula Burns 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Billy The Kid: American Experience On April 28, 1881, 21-year-old Henry McCarty, alias Billy the Kid, just days from being hanged for murder, outfoxed his jailors and electrified the nation with the latest in a long line of escapes. 9:00 Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid: American Experience Long before Paul Newman and Robert Redford immortalized them on screen, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid captivated Americans from coast. 10:00 Frontline “Hunting The Nightmare Bacteria” “Nightmare bacteria.” That’s how the CDC describes a frightening new threat spreading quickly in hospitals, communities, and across the globe. 11:00 James Whitford Show v BSU head basketball coach James Whitford discuss recent games and upcoming hardwood battles, using highlights from throughout the MAC. 11:30 Great Decisions In Foreign Policy 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Billy The Kid: American Experience 2:00 Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid: American Experience 3:00 Frontline 4:00 Independent Lens 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Nature 9:00 NOVA “Great Cathedral Mystery” The Duomo in Florence is a towering masterpiece of Renaissance ingenuity and an enduring source of mystery. 10:00 Super Skyscrapers “Building The Future” Commonly known as “the cheese grater,” the Leadenhall Building is the pinnacle of London’s avant-garde architecture. Designed as a tapered tower with a steel exoskeleton, it’s the tallest skyscraper in the City of London.

listings 7 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Nature 2:00 NOVA 3:00 Super Skyscrapers 4:00 Billy The Kid: American Experience 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 The This Old House Hour Arborist Matt Foti does some selective tree pruning, while Richard revisits the benefits of using PEX instead of copper for the water supply lines. 9:00 Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson “Part 1” Episode one follows Jack Johnson’s remarkable journey from his humble beginnings in Galveston, Texas, as the son of former slaves, to his entry into the brutal world of professional boxing. 11:00 Off The Court with Brady Sallee v For a behind-the-scenes look at BSU women’s basketball, Joel Godett and women’s basketball coach Brady Sallee to discuss the games of the week past and preview upcoming opponents. 11:30 Vintage 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson 4:00 Nature 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 Great Performances “National Theatre: 50 Years On Stage” Founded in 1963, the Royal National Theatre has not simply provided lucky London residents and visitors with the most thrilling productions in contemporary theater. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report

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1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 2:00 Great Performances 4:00 Evening with Berry Gordy 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 Barney & Friends 6:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps 7:00 Curious George 7:30 WordWorld 8:00 Peg + Cat 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:30 Super Why! 10:00 Thomas & Friends 10:30 Bob the Builder 11:00 New York Originals 11:30 Well Read 12:00 Knitting Daily 12:30 The Victory Garden 1:00 It’s Sew Easy 1:30 Scrapbook Soup 2:00 This American Land 2:30 Hometime 3:00 For Your Home 3:30 MotorWeek 4:00 Second Opinion 4:30 Between The Lines with Barry Kibrick 5:00 Autoline 5:30 Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Best of the Joy of Painting 7:00 Woodsongs 8:00 Start Up “It Looks Good On You” Gary and the crew travel to Washington, DC, then head to Detroit, MI, and last, they swing by Chicago, IL to chat with Phil, who started “Doejo,” a digital agency that’s helping startups and brands build momentum. 8:30 Chef’s Life “Pimp My Grits” The restaurant gears up for a practice service when the new equipment and new menu will be tested in real time - but nothing is going as planned. 9:00 Front and Center “Rock Candy Funk Party” 10:00 Bluegrass Underground “Johnnyswim” 10:30 Vintage Red Green Show

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11:00 Austin City Limits 12:00 Nature 1:00 NOVA 2:00 Frontline 3:00 Independent Lens 4:00 Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid: American Experience 5:00 The Desert Speaks 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 Peg + Cat 8:30 Dinosaur Train 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 9:30 Super Why! 10:00 Sid The Science Kid 10:30 Wild Kratts 11:00 Arthur 11:30 Martha Speaks 12:00 WordGirl 12:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 1:00 Indiana Lawmakers 1:30 Indiana Week In Review 2:00 Travel Detective with Peter Greenberg 2:30 Equitrekking Adventures 3:00 Biz Kid$ 3:30 Curiosity Quest Goes Green 4:00 Farm with Ian Knauer 4:30 This Old House 5:00 Classic Gospel 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Moyers & Company 7:00 The Lawrence Welk Show 8:00 Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey Season 4, Part 6” 9:00 Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey Season 4, Part 7” Robert and Thomas return from America. Bates disappears for a day, Edith prepares to go abroad, suitors flock to Mary and Rose makes her move. 10:30 Murder on the Home Front When young women are found murdered amid the chaos of the London Blitz of World War II, brilliant Home Office Pathologist Dr. Lennox Collins and his newly recruited assistant Molly Cooper clash with the police over just who the main suspect is. 12:00 Tomlinson Hill 1:00 Masterpiece Classic 2:30 Murder on the Home Front 4:00 Great Performances

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Antiques Roadshow “Baton Rouge, Hour One” Highlights include a French Art Deco diamond and platinum ring, ca. 1930, purchased at auction for $30 as cubic zirconia and four Rembrandt and James McNeill Whistler etchings that were collected by the guest’s father. 9:00 Antiques Roadshow “Pittsburgh, PA - Hour One” Highlights include intimate correspondence between Cole Porter and actor Monty Woolley and a 17th-century Chinese rhinoceros horn cup. 10:00 Independent Lens “Las Marthas” The annual debutante ball in Laredo, Texas is unlike any other in the country -- its 94 percent Latino debutantes and their attendants all dress as Martha Washington or other patriotic figures from America’s colonial period. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 Antiques Roadshow 3:00 Masterpiece Classic 4:30 Nature’s Invitation 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Grand Coulee Dam: American Experience Grand Coulee was more than a dam; it was a proclamation. In the wake of the Great Depression, America turned from to public works - not simply to provide jobs, but to restore faith. 9:00 Rise and Fall of Penn Station: American Experience In 1910, the Pennsylvania Railroad accomplished the enormous engineering feat of building tunnels under New York City’s Hudson and East Rivers, knitting together the entire eastern half of the United States. 10:00 Frontline “Generation Like” Thanks to social media, today’s teens are able to directly interact with their culture -- artists, celebrities, movies, brands and even one another -- in ways never before possible.


11:00 James Whitford Show v Basketball game highlights and coach commentary will be on this weekly program hosted by Joel Godett and BSU basketball coach James Whitford. 11:30 Great Decisions In Foreign Policy 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Grand Coulee Dam: American Experience 2:00 Rise and Fall of Penn Station: American Experience 3:00 Frontline 4:00 Independent Lens 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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2:00 Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 4:00 Nature 6:30 Best of The Joy of Painting v 5:00 PBS NewsHour 7:00 Woodsongs 8:00 Roadtrip Nation 8:30 Chef’s Life 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. “Cracklin’ Kitchen” Vivian goes about See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill christening the restaurant’s new “whole animal, no waste” program with two 8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week little pigs from Warren Brothers’ 9:00 Great Performances farm. She uses everything “Sting: The Last Ship” For the last including the skin - and, on several years, rock & roll Renaissance man Sting has been working on a new her father’s recommendation, demonstrates how to make sweet musical play titled “The Last Ship.” potatoes with cracklins. 10:30 Architect Robert A.M. Stern: 9:00 Front and Center Presence of the Past “The Rides” Stephen Stills’ blues-rock As a boy growing up in working class “super group,” whose debut album was 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Brooklyn, Robert A. M. Stern would inspired by his 1968 Super Session See “daytime-at-a-glance” gaze across the river at the gleaming album, features guitar wizard Kenny 7:00 Ball State Men’s Basketball v towers of Manhattan. Wayne Shepherd and the Electric Flag’s BSU vs. Central Michigan University 11:00 Charlie Rose Barry Goldberg at The Iridium. 9:00 PBS Newshour 12:00 Tavis Smiley 10:00 Bluegrass Underground 10:00 Super Skyscrapers 12:30 Nightly Business Report “Yonder Mountain String Band” One “The Vertical City” Shanghai Tower isn’t 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill of the founders of America’s jam band just a skyscraper -- it’s a vertical city, a 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week movement, Yonder Mountain String collection of businesses, services and 2:00 Great Performances Band blends bluegrass, rock and hotels all in one place, fitting a 3:30 Architect Robert A.M. Stern: countless other influences, pioneering a population the size of Monaco. Presence of the Past sound of their own. 11:00 Charlie Rose 4:00 Age of Champions 10:30 Vintage Red Green Show 12:00 Tavis Smiley 5:00 PBS NewsHour “Safety Week: It’s Safety Week at 12:30 Nightly Business Report Possum Lodge” 1:00 Nature 11:00 Austin City Limits 2:00 NOVA 6:00 Barney & Friends 12:00 Nature 3:00 Super Skyscrapers 6:30 Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps 1:00 NOVA 4:00 Grand Coulee Dam: American 7:00 Curious George 2:00 Frontline Experience 7:30 WordWorld 3:00 Independent Lens 5:00 PBS NewsHour 8:00 Peg + Cat 4:00 Rise and Fall of Penn Station: 8:30 Dinosaur Train American Experience 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 5:00 The Desert Speaks 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 9:30 Super Why! 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week S ee “daytime-at-a-glance” 10:00 Thomas & Friends 8:00 The This Old House Hour 10:30 Bob the Builder Paint color consultant Bonnie Krims 11:00 New York Originals 6:00 Sesame Street presents exterior color schemes, while 11:30 Well Read 7:00 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Norm and Tom patch old oak veneer 12:00 Knitting Daily 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot floors. Richard presents a new solution 12:30 The Victory Garden About That! to piping issues. 1:00 It’s Sew Easy 8:00 Peg + Cat 9:00 Unforgivable Blackness: The 1:30 Scrapbook Soup 8:30 Dinosaur Train Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson 2:00 Nature’s Invitation 9:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood “Part 2” By the end of 1910, Jack 2:30 Hometime 9:30 Super Why! Johnson was on top of the world, 3:00 P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home 10:00 Sid The Science Kid the undisputed Heavyweight Champion 3:30 MotorWeek 10:30 Wild Kratts of the World, the most famous - and 4:00 Second Opinion 11:00 Arthur notorious - African American on earth. 4:30 Between The Lines with Barry 11:30 Martha Speaks 11:00 Charlie Rose Kibrick 12:00 WordGirl 12:00 Tavis Smiley 5:00 Autoline 12:30 Nightly Business Report 5:30 Rough Cut - Woodworking with 12:30 Consuelo Mack WealthTrack 1:00 Indiana Lawmakers 1:00 The This Old House Hour Tommy Mac

friday21

wednesday19

saturday22

thursday20

sunday23

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10 listings 1:30 Indiana Week In Review 2:00 Ball State Women’s Basketball v BSU vs. Eastern Michigan University 4:00 Farm with Ian Knauer 4:30 This Old House 5:00 Classic Gospel 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Moyers & Company 7:00 Education of Harvey Gantt 7:30 Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey Season 4, Part 7” Robert and Thomas return from America. Bates disappears for a day, Edith prepares to go abroad, suitors flock to Mary and Rose makes her move. 9:00 Masterpiece Classic “Downton Abbey Season 4, Part 8” Change is in the air as three generations of the Crawley family have conflicting interests in the estate. 11:00 To Catch A Dollar: Muhammad Yunus Banks On America Muhammad Yunus Banks on America follows Nobel Peace Prize winner Professor Yunus as he brings his unique and revolutionary microfinance program to the U.S. 12:00 Rise and Fall of Penn Station: American Experience 1:00 Masterpiece Classic 3:00 Great Performances 4:30 Grand Coulee Dam: American Experience 5:30 Architect Robert A.M. Stern: Presence of the Past

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Antiques Roadshow “Baton Rouge, Hour Two” Highlights include a Louisiana political poster, found in a pile of garbage and a NASA photograph collection. 9:00 Antiques Roadshow “Pittsburgh, Pa - Hour Two” Highlights include a 6.5 carat yellow mine cut diamond ring and Indian artifacts believed to belonged to Sitting Bull. 10:00 Ice Warriors - USA Sled Hockey This program portrays the United States Ice Sled Hockey team as it prepares to compete in the Winter Paralympics in a sport called “murderball on blades.” 11:00 Charlie Rose

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12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Antiques Roadshow 2:00 Ice Warriors - USA Sled Hockey 3:00 Masterpiece Classic 5:00 PBS NewsHour

1:00 Nature 2:00 NOVA 3:00 Super Skyscrapers 4:00 Triangle Fire: American Experience 5:00 PBS NewsHour

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6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 Triangle Fire: American Experience In 1911, a fire broke out in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York’s Greenwich Village. The blaze ripped through the congested loft; piles of trimmings fed the flames. 9:00 Frontline “Secrets of the Vatican” Pope Benedict made history when he announced his resignation, becoming the first Pope to step down voluntarily in 600 years. 11:00 James Whitford Show v Ball State University head basketball coach James Whitford discuss recent games and upcoming hardwood battles 11:30 Great Decisions In Foreign Policy 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 Triangle Fire: American Experience 2:00 Frontline 4:00 Ice Warriors - USA Sled Hockey 5:00 PBS NewsHour

6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. See “daytime-at-a-glance” 8:00 The This Old House Hour Welcome Edgar Hansen from Discovery Channel’s “Deadliest Catch.” 9:00 Chasing Shackleton Veteran polar explorer, Tim Jarvis, is on a mission to discover exactly what happened on the most famous survival story in expedition history. 10:00 Chasing Shackleton Battered by storms and blinded by thick fog Skipper Paul Larsen attempts to navigate the notorious Southern Ocean using only a sextant and compass. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Tavis Smiley 12:30 Nightly Business Report 1:00 The This Old House Hour 2:00 Chasing Shackleton 3:00 Chasing Shackleton 4:00 Nature 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 6:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m. 8:30 Charlie Rose: The Week See “daytime-at-a-glance” 9:00 Jazz and the Philharmonic 8:00 Nature A superstar roster of award-winning “Ireland’s Wild River” The Shannon is jazz and classical musicians and Ireland’s greatest landmarks and the ensembles. longest river. It is both a barrier and 10:30 Becoming An Artist highway -- a ribbon holding back the This program follows young artists from west from the gentler plains to the east. diverse backgrounds and distant 9:00 NOVA regions as they apply to the Young Arts “Ground Zero Supertower” NOVA program. returns to Ground Zero to witness the 11:00 Charlie Rose final chapter in an epic story of 12:00 Tavis Smiley engineering, innovation, and the 12:30 Nightly Business Report perseverance of the human spirit. 1:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 10:00 Super Skyscrapers 1:30 Charlie Rose: The Week “The Billionaire Building” One57, on 2:00 Jazz and the Philharmonic Manhattan’s 57th Street, will rise more 3:30 Becoming An Artist than 1,000 feet. 4:00 Rescue in the Philippines: 11:00 Charlie Rose Refuge from the Holocaust 12:00 Tavis Smiley 5:00 PBS NewsHour 12:30 Nightly Business Report

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12 49.2 daytime monday

tuesday

wednesday

thursday

friday

6:00am 12:00pm

Quilting Arts

Knit and Crochet Now!

It’s Sew Easy

Knit and Crochet Now!

Quilting Arts

6:30am 12:30pm

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell

Best of The Joy of Painting v

Landscapes Through Time

Best of The Joy of Painting v

Clodagh’s Irish Food Trails

Taste This!

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Cooking Confidence

7:00am

1:00pm

Cooking Confidence

Taste This!

7:30am

1:30pm

Kimchi Chronicles

Mexico - One Plate at a Time

8:00am

2:00pm

Ciao Italia

Chef’s A’Fieldin

8:30am

2:30pm

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

9:00am

3:00pm

9:30am

3:30pm

10:00am

4:00pm

This Old House (a)

10:30am

4:30pm

Rough Cut Woodworking

11:00am

5:00pm

11:30am

5:30pm

Rachel’s Favorite Mexico - One Plate at a Time Food For Living

Kimchi Chronicles

Chef’s A’Fieldin

Ciao Italia

Christiana Cooks

New Scandanavian Cooking Cooking with Friends

Christina Cooks

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Smart Travels Europe with Rudy

Anywhere, Alaska

Smart Travels Europe with Rudy

Equitrekking (e)

Art Wolfe’s Travels To the Edge (c)

Equitrekking

Woodwright’s Shop (a) Woodsmith Shop

Ask This Old House (a)

Woodwright’s Shop (a)

Woodturning Workshop

Woodsmith Shop

Rough Cut Woodworking

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

Victory Garden

Garden Smart

Victory Garden

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

Around The House (d)

For Your Home

Katie Brown Workshop

For Your Home

Around The House

Globe Trekker

the indiana channel

tuesday

4PM 4:30 5:00 6:00

Indiana Lawmakers Indiana Week in Review Inside Indiana Business Indiana Courts

4PM 4:30 5:00 6:00

The Weekly Special Varied Programming Varied Programming Inside Indiana Business

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

Varied Programming Varied Programming Indiana Week In Review Built To Last The Weekly Special

wednesday

thursday

exceptions

(a) Feb. 1-28 Mon. through Fri. at 4pm RICK STEVE’S EUROPE (b) Mon. and Fri., Feb. 3 and 7 at 6am and noon LAP QUILTING WITH GEORGIA (c) Wed., Feb. 5 at 9:30am and 3:30pm JOUNEYS IN AFRICA (d) Mon. and Fri. starting Feb. 17 at 11:30am and 5:30pm B ORGANIC WITH MICHELLE (e) Tues. and Thurs. starting Feb. 18 at 9:30am and 3:30pm FAMILY TRAVEL

Globe Trekker

This Old House (a)

saturday and sunday marathons February 1 & February 2 - Big Game Snack Attack With Superbowl Sunday coming up, you’d better plan a giant “snack attack” for your fellow sports fans. Whether its pizza, burgers, chicken or wings that are your favorites; Steven Raichlen, John Shields and Katie Brown will provide inspiration for a fun-filled afternoon with friends and family. Katie Brown will show you the secret for throwing a victorious sports night party and then learn the art of the tailgate with Steven Raichlen and John Shields. We may not know who will win the big game, but we do know that your menu will be filled with tasty treats! February 8 & February 9 - So In Love It’s Valentine’s Day and you are so in love! Lifestyle experts Katie Brown, Martha Stewart, Julia Child and Christine Pirello will show you how to take your romance to the next level! With this team of ladies in your corner, February 14th will be an unforgettable day for you and your sweetie. February 15 & February 16 - African Roots Come with world travelers Regina Fraser, Pat Johnson, Art Wolfe, and Joseph Rosendo to the vast continent of Africa. From the northern countries to the most southern tip, and everything in between, you’ll be on a fantastic voyage! Go wine tasting in South Africa and on a safari in Kenya. Then go into the kitchen with Chef John Folse and cultural expert Burt Wolf to learn about the African influences in American recipes. African roots stretch far and wide! February 22 & February 23 - California Dreamin’ This trip to the West Coast, is a dream come true! Bike through Napa’s wine country with Ira David. Joseph Rosendo takes us far from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, to other parts of Los Angeles for an unexpected good time. Venture off to the beautiful island of Catalina with Doug McConnell. Eureka, it’s California!


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