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May / June 2014 • WSIU-TV Member Guide

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May / June 2014

PREVIEWS Communications Building 1003 – Mail Code 6602, Southern Illinois University, 1100 Lincoln Drive, Carbondale, IL 62901 Ph: (618) 453-4343 • Fax: (618) 453-6186 Email: contact@wsiu.org • Web: www.wsiu.org

POSTMASTER: PLEASE SEND ADDRESS CHANGES TO SUSAN PATRICK, WSIU MEMBERSHIP-CUSTOMER SERVICE, AT ADDRESS SHOWN ABOVE.

MAY/JUNE 2014 PREVIEWS GUIDE • VOL. 33, NO. 6

Printed by Thomas Publishing, Carbondale, Illinois • (618) 549-2799 Previews (USPS #000696) is published bimonthly by the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Broadcasting Service, College of Mass Communication & Media Arts, located at the address noted above. Periodicals postage paid at Carbondale, Illinois. Previews is published for members of WSIU Public Broadcasting, a nonprofit organization comprised in part of WSIU Television viewers contributing at least $35 annually. Subscription: $12 value.

WSIU-TV’s programs and services are funded in part by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.

SIU Board of Trustees

Chair: Major Gen. (ret) Randal E. Thomas, Springfield Vice Chair: Donna Manering, Makanda Secretary: Donald Lowery, Golconda Additional Members: Roger Herrin, Harrisburg; Shirley Portwood, Godfrey; Marquita Wiley, Belleville Student Trustees: Jesse Cler, SIU Carbondale; Nick Mehner, SIU Edwardsville

SIU Administration President: Glenn W. Poshard Chancellor: Rita Cheng Provost and Vice Chancellor: John Nicklow Interim Dean, College of Mass Communication & Media Arts: Dafna Lemish

WSIU Public Broadcasting Executive Director: Greg Petrowich Associate Director, Finance & Administration: Delores Kerstein Associate Director, TV & Video Services: Darryl Moses TV News Director / River Region Evening Edition: Greg Todd Director of Corporate Support, Marketing & Grants: Renée Ferrell Dillard TV Programming & On Air Coordinator: Trina Thomas Promotions /Graphics Coordinator, Publications Editor: Monica Tichenor Promotions Graduate Assistants: Whitney Schlosser, Kate West Promotions /Graphics Students: Katie Dumper, Pearl Franz, Thomas Price

WSIU Friends Board R.J. Robertson, Jr., President, Murphysboro; Roopa Gulati, First Vice-President, Makanda; Andrew Staff, Second Vice-President, Carbondale; Martha Cropper, Secretary, Murphysboro; Carol Burns, Robin Haller, Candis Isberner, Gayle Klam, Barbara Lesar, Scott McClatchey, Greg Petrowich (Ex-officio), Rebecca Pirmann, Emil Spees, Carbondale; Lu Ann Walker Maddox, Harrisburg; Jean Pulliam, Makanda; Marianne Lather, Susie Phillips, Murphysboro. EMERITUS: Mary Ann Kellerman, Cape Girardeau, MO; Lana Bardo, Richard Bradley, Kay Dosier, Norma Ewing, Gary Hill, Carbondale; E.J. Helleny, Herrin; Ann Marie Shepherd, Makanda; Patricia Prevedell Rath, Murphysboro; John Reed, Olney.

16 Pennsylvania Ballet at 50 Fri 5/2 • 8pm

21 Portraits for the Home Front: The Story of Elizabeth Black Mon 5/26 • 10pm

26 Secrets of Underground London Sun 6/22 • 7pm

On the Cover Chubby Checker hosts 50s & 60s Party Songs, the first-ever My Music special celebrating the golden era of rock ‘n’ roll dance music. Enjoy the Eisenhower era explosion of Bill Haley and Jerry Lee Lewis, the 1960s cultural phenomenon of “The Twist”, and the frat-rock sounds of the Kinks. Airs Saturday, May 31 at 7pm. Front & Back Covers: Kate West

Inside Previews UpFront With Greg Petrowich; Congrats, Graduates! Programming Highlights & Station News WSIU HD, WORLD, and CREATE Schedules May Listings June Listings; Welcome, TV Underwriters WSIU Radio Schedules & News May - Memorial Day Program Specials Space Racers & New PBS KIDS Schedule

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Mission

WSIU Public Broadcasting exists to improve the quality of life of the people we serve. Through programs, services, and outreach, WSIU partners with other community organizations to promote positive change, and to support the academic and public service missions of Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Vision WSIU Public Broadcasting is an essential public resource that combines the power of media with the power of people to inspire and strengthen our communities.

Values WSIU Public Broadcasting strives to achieve our mission and vision by incorporating the values of integrity, fairness, balance, diversity, sustainability, collaboration, and excellence in making decisions and taking action.

Talk To Us Main Office: (618) 453-4343 or (866) 498-5561 Pledge Line: (618) 453-9748 or (800) 745-9748 Membership: (618) 453-6184 or membership@wsiu.org TV Programming: (618) 453-6169 or wsiutv@wsiu.org FM Programming: (618) 453-6101 or wsiuradio@wsiu.org General Email: contact@wsiu.org


May / June 2014

UpFront

with Greg Petrowich (618) 453-4343 greg.petrowich@wsiu.org

Three Steps Toward the Future Over the past few years, we’ve been doing some long-range planning at WSIU and sharing key outcomes with you through the Previews. This year should start to see us moving forward in three areas of our organization in an effort to better serve audiences and achieve our vision of strengthening communities through the power of our people and public media. With traditional broadcast programming moving full speed toward multimedia, WSIU will also be moving toward combining aspects of our stand-alone radio and TV production units into WSIU organization-wide production units. In our future, we see news and public affairs coverage being generated for our entire organization and then routed via any and all appropriate distribution methods (radio, TV, web, other).

For example, if we cover a news event in the region, we may place the story on radio, the web, TV, or any combination of the three, and remind audiences on any of the single platforms that there is more to learn on the other two. We’ll also want to make sure we offer audiences all the most convenient methods for notification of a story, including social media, email and text alerts, as well as on-air promotion. This will in no way diminish the value of our traditional radio and TV platforms, but serve to enhance them with rich content available at several convenient places as soon as it’s completed. Of course, to achieve this will require a future-looking distribution system that includes our traditional transmitters, cable, and satellite systems, as well as robust broadband and mobile platforms. The digital audience is 24/7, all over the world, and to serve them we must be wherever they are, whenever they are ready.

But what good is multiplatform content if nobody knows when or where to find it? We once worried about the impact of the 500-channel universe. Now we live in an unlimited broadband universe. There is more content than any one person could consume in a lifetime, and it will only increase from here. To fulfill our mission, WSIU must engage current audiences with our content and build a broader conversation whenever possible. If public media content is to change lives, it requires active participation.

Thankfully some of this infrastructure is already in place. In some areas, we’ll evolve into this model and in other areas, we’ll need your help. Your gift always makes a difference and our 50-year history stands as testament to the good we can achieve when we combine the power of media with the power of people.

Greg Petrowich Executive Director, WSIU Public Broadcasting

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Congratulations! Students play a vital role in helping the WSIU stations run smoothly throughout the year. Quite simply, we couldn’t accomplish our many goals without them!

SIU senior Yahui Li on camera. Photo: Monica Tichenor.

We salute the following graduating students for their service to the WSIU stations. Thank you for sharing an important part of your life journey with us. Congratulations and best wishes for a great future!

2013-14 WSIU Student Graduates

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Marta Bender, B.A. Cinema & Photography, Morrison, Ill. Michael Berman, B.A. Cinema & Photography, Arlington Heights, Ill. Cara Gordon, B.A. Cinema & Photography, Ballwin, Mo. Anjene’e Marion, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Danville,s Ill. Marcus Odom, B.A. Cinema & Photography, Carbondale, Ill. (alt.news Executive Producer) Laura Roberts, B.A. Journalism, Magnolia, Ill. Matt Sloan, B.A. Radio, Television & Digital Media, Germantown, Tenn. (alt.news Executive Producer) Michael Connor Stuckslager, B.A. Radio, Television & Digital Media, Mundelein, Ill. (Studio A Exec. Prod.)

FM News, Operations & Production

Shahan Bellamy, B.A. Cinema & Photography, Marion, Ill. Krista Burris, B.A. Radio, Television & Digital Media, Springfield, Ill. (also River Region Evening Edition) Dustin Carlisle, B.A. Radio, Television & Digital Media, Carthage, Ill. Matt Nation, B.A. Radio, Television & Digital Media, Harrisburg, Ill. Jordan VanDeveer, B.A. Journalism, Centralia, Ill.

River Region Evening Edition

Taylor Baril, M.S. Professional Media & Media Management, Murphysboro, Ill. Matt Ferguson, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Lake Villa, Ill. Eric Frye, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Dieterich, Ill. Meredith Hackler, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Charleston, Ill. Mildred Hood, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Chicago, Ill.

River Region, continued

Devin Kidd, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Marion Ill. Korrey Love, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Daytona Beach, Fla.

TV Master Control

Sanford Bell, B.A. Radio, Television & Digital Media, Creve Coeur, Mo., Thaddeus Portz, B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Carbondale, Ill.

TV Production / Scholastic Hi-Q

Rodney Bird, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, New Windsor, Ill. Jiuqing Gao, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Changchun, China Jonathon Guberud, B.A. Cinema & Photography, Bettendorf, Ia. Joshua Jackson, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Chicago, Ill. Yahui Li, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Luoyang, China Ryan Madigan, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media – Audio Engineering, Gurnee, Ill. Haitao Zeng, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Qingyuan, China

WSIU Main Office / Office Systems & Accounting Kelly Ward, B.A. Cinema & Photography, Roselle, Ill. Abbie Wolfe, B.S. Accounting, Flora, Ill.

WSIU Promotion, Public Relations & Graphics

Holly Burke, B.A. Communication Design, Du Quoin, Ill. (Fall 2013) Christina Clayton, M.S. Professional Media & Media Management, Olympia Fields, Ill. (Fall 2013)

WSIU-TV Volunteer

Sarah Wingate, B.A. Radio, TV & Digital Media, Cobden, Ill. (Fall 2013)


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NO ONE RETURNS HOME UNCHANGED TUESDAYS 7PM • MAY 13-27

Coming Back With Wes Moore, a new series produced by best-selling author and U.S. army veteran Wes Moore, tells the story of Moore’s search for answers to some of the most difficult questions facing veterans returning from war. His journey, spurred by the suicide of one of his oldest friends and a fellow officer, takes him into the personal lives of different soldiers as they attempt to reintegrate into society, establish new identities, and find a new mission.

EPISODE 1 MAY 13 |

Moore’s journey begins with Bonnie Collins, the mother of Brian Collins, one of his oldest friends and a fellow officer.

Last year, after getting married and beginning a new career, Collins abruptly took his own life. The questions surrounding this tragedy initiate Moore’s desire to learn more about why some can get on with their lives, while some cannot.

EPISODE 2 | MAY 20

Photo: Powderhouse.

Moore explores the experience of coming back fundamentally changed by the experience of war, and the difficulty of fitting back in. Can you create a new life in your old world?

EPISODE 3 | MAY 27

The final episode explores the drive veterans often have of finding a new mission, to contribute, to be part of something bigger than themselves.

Season Two Sundays 7pm | June 29-August 3 The BAFTA-winning comedy-drama about romance and second chances returns as the reunited childhood sweethearts Celia (Anne Reid) and Alan (Derek Jacobi) plan a life together. As secrets from the past come tumbling out and family members adjust to changing relationships, can Alan and Celia find the happiness they deserve? WATCH SEASON 1 REPEATS ON SUNDAYS AT 10PM, MAY 4-25 AND JUNE 15- 22.

Proudly Sponsored on WSIU/WUSI-TV by Photo: ©ITV for Masterpiece.


Summer Saturday May 31

Sunday June 1 (cont’d)

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30 Days to a Younger Heart with Dr. Steven Masley, MD (repeats 6/4, 12am; 6/6, 8pm; 6/8, 10:30am) ADD & Mastering It! (repeats 6/4, 1:30am) Rick Steves’ Italy: Cities of Dreams (repeats 6/8, 1pm) Joy Bauer’s Food Remedies (repeats 6/5, 9pm) Daniel O’Donnell From the Heartland 50s & 60s Party Songs (My Music) (repeats 6/5, 7pm; 6/7, 2pm) Billy Joel: A Matter of Trust: The Bridge to Russia – The Concert (repeats 6/1, 11:30pm) The Grateful Dead – Dead Ahead (repeats 6/7, 12am)

Sunday June 1 12:30am 3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman MD (repeats 6/1, 10pm; 6/8, 3pm) 2:30 Rick Steves’ Festive Europe 10am Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions For You (repeats 6/5, 12am; 6/8, 1am & 3:30pm) 1pm Heal Yourself: Mind Over Medicine with Lissa Rankin, MD (repeats 6/6, 1:30am) 2:30 Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen, RN (repeats 6/4, 9:30pm; 6/6, 12am; 6/7, 3am, 9am & 8pm; 6/9, 12am) 4:30 BrainChange with David Perlmutter, MD (repeats 6/8, 9pm) 6pm Lent at Ephesus (repeats 6/5 & 6/9, 2am)

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Classical Rewind (My Music) (repeats 6/8, 5:30pm) Yanni: No Borders (repeats 6/7, 11:30pm)

Monday June 2 1am 9pm

Brenda Watson’s Heart of Perfect Health The British Beat (My Music)

Tuesday June 3 12am Dr. Wayne Dyer – Wishes Fulfilled 7pm Peter, Paul and Mary: Carry It On: A Musical Legacy (repeats 6/7, 6pm) 9pm Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers 1966-1969 (My Music) (repeats 6/8, 7pm)

Wednesday June 4 7pm 8:30

Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation Easy Yoga: The Secret to Strength and Balance with Peggy Cappy (repeats 6/7, 2am & 11am; 6/8, 9:30am)

Thursday June 5 10:30pm Rick Steves’ Delicious Europe

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May / June 2014

NEW IN JUNE! Brazil with Michael Palin

Mon-Tue, June 9-10 • 8pm Michael Palin travels to Brazil – from the lost world of Amazonia to the buzzing metropolis of Rio de Janeiro, – meeting the people and visiting the places that shape this South American nation. Episodes 1 & 2: Out of Africa; Into Amazonia (6/2) Palin visits vaqueros, learns to drum, cooks Bahian-style, and studies capoeira moves. He also travels by river through the heart of Amazonia where he meets the Yanomami and Wauja tribes, visits the Manaus Opera House, and talks with rock star and political activist Dinho Ouro Preto. Episodes 3 & 4: The Road to Rio; Deep South (6/9) Palin heads to Rio to learn about the vibrant city that will host the next Olympics and World Cup. He also learns more about what Brazil has to offer the world as it takes its place as a potential new superpower.

American Pharaoh Monday, June 16 • 9pm

Photo: Soura Films

9:30pm Happy

Saturday June 7 4pm 10pm

Big Band Years He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley

Sunday June 8 10:30

The Happiness Advantage with Shawn Achor

Go behind the scenes with the Egyptian national soccer team – the “Pharaohs” – and its American coach, Bob Bradley. The film, which airs prior to the FIFA World Cup in June (held in Brazil), follows the team’s efforts to qualify for soccer’s ultimate event for the first time in more than 20 years.

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Photo: Johnson Publishing Company, LLC

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE REVISITS the Civil Rights Era

TUESDAY, JUNE 17 • 8PM Produced in 2011 by award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson, Freedom Riders tells the harrowing and ultimately inspirational story of six months in 1961 that changed America forever. From May until November 1961, more than 400 black and white Americans risked their lives – many enduring savage beatings and imprisonment – for simply traveling together on buses and trains as they journeyed through the Deep South. Deliberately violating Jim Crow laws, the Freedom Riders’ belief in non-violent activism was sorely tested as mob violence and bitter racism greeted them along the way. Hear testimony from the Riders themselves, state and federal government officials, and journalists who witnessed the rides firsthand in this powerful and important film.

TUESDAY, JUNE 24 • 8PM Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Stanley Nelson, American Experience: Freedom Summer highlights an overlooked but essential element of the civil rights movement: the patient and longterm efforts by more than 700 student volunteers and local African Americans in Mississippi, the nation’s most segregated state, to organize communities and register black voters – even in the face of intimidation, physical violence, and death.

Working together, they not only canvassed for voter registration, they also created Freedom Schools and established the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, with the goal of challenging the segregationist state Democratic Party at the national convention in Atlantic City. Watch a preview at pbs.org/americanexperience/freedomsummer.

WSIU InFocus: Freedom Riders June 17 • 7:30pm They came from different backgrounds, but the late Genevieve Houghton of Carbondale, Ill. and Thomas Madison Armstrong III of Naperville (photo at right) risked their lives for the cause for civil rights by joining the Freedom Riders who tested the Jim Crow laws of the South in the spring and summer of 1961. In this WSIU InFocus special from April 2011, Houghton and Armstrong discuss their experiences and share personal insights about the civil rights movement with WSIU-TV senior producer Jak Tichenor. Photo: Monica Tichenor.


May / June 2014

Illinois Lawmakers Returns for Spring Session The Illinois State Capitol Building in Springfield. Photo: Robby Ballard.

Illinois Lawmakers, television’s longest running public affairs series covering the Illinois General Assembly, returns during the month of May with weekly coverage of this year’s spring session.

“Governor Pat Quinn is calling on Illinois lawmakers to make one of the most difficult decisions of their political careers by asking them to make the state’s 67-percent income tax increase permanent in an election year,” said series host and executive producer Jak Tichenor. All 118 House members and one-third of the 59-member Illinois Senate are up for re-election this year. The Chicago Democrat warned of “deep” and “hazardous” cuts to education and other state services if the tax hike expires on schedule in January. “The truth is, those who are telling you Illinois can tax less

Tune in Fridays at 7:30pm | May 2-June 6 and spend less and still expect to fund education are simply not telling you the truth,” Quinn told the General Assembly in his annual Budget Message on March 26. In exchange for maintaining the tax hike, Quinn proposed a yearly $500 property tax break for Illinois homeowners.

Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan of Chicago told Tichenor he supports the Governor’s proposal and believes he can get the measure passed before the current spring legislative session adjourns on May 31. Democratic Senate President John Cullerton agrees, saying he would call for a vote on the proposal once it clears the House.

House Republican Leader Jim Durkin of Western Springs and Senate Republican Leader Christine Radogno rejected Quinn’s idea, telling Tichenor that Springfield Democrats had not paid down the state’s backlog of bills with the temporary tax increase as promised and hadn’t cut state spending on programs like Medicaid. Quinn’s Republican opponent in November, Winnetka businessman Bruce Rauner, said in a statement “We can balance the budget without more tax increases.”

Senate President John Cullerton (right) talks with Jak Tichenor in Spring 2013. Photo: Robby Ballard.

About Illinois Lawmakers Produced at the Illinois Statehouse, Illinois Lawmakers was launched in 1986 to provide coverage of the Illinois General Assembly. It features on-set debates with lawmakers, exclusive interviews with the legislative leadership, and analysis from veteran journalists, including Capitolfax. com publisher Rich Miller and Illinois Public Radio Statehouse bureau chief Amanda Vinicky. Illinois Lawmakers is a co-production of WSIU Carbondale, WTVP Peoria, and Illinois Public Media at Urbana-Champaign. Watch previous episodes online at illinoislawmakers.org.

Illinois Lawmakers is proudly sponsored on WSIU/WUSI-TV by

Additional Broadcasts

Watch repeats of Illinois Lawmakers on WSIU’s WORLD channels – WSIU 8.2 and WUSI 16.2 – on Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 8:30pm, Sundays at 7am, and Mondays at 12:30pm from May 2-June 7.

Lincoln Laureates 2013

WSIU-TV/FM ON Demand

Meet six world-famous Illinoisans who were awarded the Lincoln Medallion, the states’s highest award for achievement, in this encore broadcast. Watch for WSIU’s profile of the 2014 Laureates later this year.

Miss a WSIU Radio or TV broadcast? Want to listen live on your mobile or i-Pad – or just want to tune in when it’s more convenient? You can listen to WSIU Radio live and by podcast at wsiunews.org. To watch programs that have recently aired on WSIU-TV, or to view archived copies of local programs like WSIU InFocus or Expressions, check us out online at watch.wsiu.org.

Thursday, May 29 | 9-10pm

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WSIU InFocus Presents New Episodes Mushrooms; Jason Ringenberg may 1, 9:30pm

(REPEATS 5/4, 1:30PM; 5/9, 5PM)

Mushrooms are plentiful in our region and just may be the perfect local food. Michael Hatfield of Mississippi Flyway Farms demonstrates to members of the Southern Illinois Mushroom Co-op how easy it is to grow mushrooms. We also meet Jason Ringenberg of Jason and the Scorchers who honed his musical talents while a student at SIU in the 1970s and is considered a pioneer in creating Cow Punk, a blend of punk rock and country music. Without Jason and the Scorchers leading the way, bands like Wilco, Uncle Tupelo, and the Drive By Truckers may never have found their voice. Ringenberg continues to front the Scorchers and also performs as a solo folk artist and as children’s musical artist Farmer Jason.

Richard Jurek may 2, 5pm

(REPEATS 6/15, 1:30pm; 6/20, 5pm)

Marketing and public relations expert Richard Jurek is one of the country’s foremost collectors of memorabilia connected to the American space program. He discusses the book he recently co-authored with David Meerman Scott, Marketing the Moon: The Selling of the Apollo Lunar Program.

Herb Russell; L.O. Trigg May 8, 9:30pm

(REPEATS 5/11, 1:30pm; 5/16, 5pm)

Local historian Herb Russell leads a tour of photographs used to illustrate his new book, The State of Southern Illinois, recently featured as an exhibit at SIU’s University Museum. Mary McCorvie of the Shawnee National Forest discusses recent efforts to reintroduce Ozark Tours, originally created in the 1930s by local newspaper man and regional promoter L.O. Trigg. Researcher Charles Hammond and Janet Davis, Trigg’s granddaughter, also share insights about Trigg and the history of the tours.

Patti Digh may 15, 9:30pm

(REPEATS 5/18, 1:30pm; 5/23, 5pm)

Author and motivational speaker Patti Digh talks about the importance of community engagement and her best-selling book Life is a Verb: 37 Days to Wake Up, Be Mindful, and Live Intentionally. Digh visited SIU Carbondale in Fall 2011 as part of SIU’s University Honors Lecture Series.

Doris Kearns Goodwin june 13, 5pm

One of the nation’s best-known scholars of the American Presidency, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin

Photo: Monica Tichenor Photo: Monica Tichenor

(photo above) wrote the book A Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, upon which Steven Spielberg’s 2012 movie Lincoln was based. Goodwin visited the SIU Carbondale campus in March 2014, where she delivered the inaugural address in SIU’s new Distinguished Speaker’s Series.

Dogs & Vets june 26, 9:30pm

(repeats 6/29, 1:30pm)

Behesha Doan, founder and chief trainer at Extreme K-9, a world-class dog training facility in Carbondale, Ill., is also the founder of This Able Veteran, a program that pairs specially trained dogs with veterans struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Patty Bateman recognized how a dog park could bring a community together while visiting a dog park in Kentucky. Thanks to Bateman’s efforts, Murphysboro has the first dog park in southern Illinois.

Scholastic Hi-Q Wraps Up Season

Trevino Lightning Round’ comment I made,” he says. “It was an obscure reference that I said mostly for myself and to know somebody else got the joke really made me happy.”

Photo: Pearl Franz

Scholastic Hi-Q, WSIU-TV’s quiz show showcasing the region’s best and brightest high school students, will wrap up another exciting season this May. Who will be the winner? You’ll have watch to find out!

Stepping up to the host podium this year as first-time host is Radio, TV and Digital Media junior, Rob Thies (photo above). “My first year as host was fantastic,” says Thies. “I learned a lot about what comes across well on television and what doesn’t. I think that the best way to learn is to actually do it.”

Hailing from Ava, Illinois, Thies brings a plenty of enthusiasm, energy, and humor to his new role. “One of my favorite moments from this year is when someone laughed at the ‘Lee

Thies experienced a few bumps in the road in his first year as host, although nothing too serious. When asked what he’d like to improve upon for next year, he responded “Pronunciation. I get small words like ‘chip’ and ‘door’ right all the time, but I struggle sometimes with the more difficult ones like ‘Monongahela’, ‘Cneoridium’, and ‘biscuit’, so, please don’t watch reruns too closely!” Scholastic Hi-Q is proudly sponsored on WSIU by Illinois Eastern Community Colleges.

Scholastic Hi-Q Finals

Quarterfinal 3:

Centralia vs. Mater Dei (Breese) Sunday, May 4, 9:30am (repeat)

Quarterfinal 4:

O’Fallon vs. Fairfield Sunday, May 4, 5pm (repeats 5/11, 9:30am)

Semifinal 1:

Carbondale vs. Nashville Sunday, May 11, 5pm (repeats 5/18, 9:30am)

Semifinal 2:

Centralia vs. O’Fallon Sunday, May 18, 5pm (repeats 5/25, 9:30am)

Championship:

Photo: Pearl Franz

Sunday, May 25, 5pm (repeats 6/1, 9:30am)


May / June 2014

WSIU Welcomes Space Racers!

New PBS KIDS Summer Schedule

begins 5/31

WEEKDAYS

Sundays 8:30am | Begins May 18

6:30 7am 7:30 8am 8:30 9am 10am 10:30 11am 11:30 12pm 1pm 1:30 2pm 2:30 3pm 3:30 4pm 4:30

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s the Space Racers! Families and preschoolers will enjoy this colorful new PBS KIDS series focusing on scientific inquiry, space, and space exploration.

Meet Eagle and his friends Hawk, Robyn, Starling, Raven, and the rest of the Stardust Space Academy cadets – a super elite space-bound task force known as the Space Racers who learn amazing science lessons during their space adventures. Guided by the wise and enigmatic Headmaster Crane, the cadets soar through the stratosphere, breaking free of Earth’s orbit and screaming across the Solar System towards exciting missions. Each character has a distinctive ability: Eagle has unrivaled speed and ability while Hawk touts incredible strength and a near-perfect memory. Robyn is the group’s scientist; Starling, though small, has more courage than ships twice her size; and Raven combines cunning with a competitive spirit. Come along on their extraordinary animated adventures in the exciting world of Stardust Bay!

Honoring Veterans, Past and Present Teachers! Illinois PBS LearningMedia has a variety of resources to help you mark Memorial Day and the upcoming 70th anniversary of D-Day (6/6) by celebrating the stories of veterans from across the country. Following is a list of some of the rich local content you’ll find online at illinois.pbslearningmedia.org, courtesy of PBS stations nationwide:

WWII Prairie Memories | 3-12 Ira Hayes History | 4-12 Frank Luke: WWI Hero | 4-12 Civil War | 4-13+

Family History | 4-13+ The Passage of the Delaware | 5-13+ Civil War Soldier & Spy: Voices | 6-12 Coming Home From War: POV | 6-12 Home Again | 6-12 Tim O’Brien Recalls Vietnam War | 6-12 Eisenhower’s Order of the Day (1944) | 6-13+ Zimmermann Telegram (1917) | 6-13+ Facing It, by Yusef Komunyakaa | 7-12 Student Reporting Labs: Military Families | 7-12 A Woman’s Place | 11 VE Day | 11 Pearl Harbor | 11 D-Day & the Texas Panhandle | 11

Martha Speaks Curious George Curious George Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train Sesame Street Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Dinosaur Train Dinosaur Train; Biz Kid$ (Fri) Adult How-to Programming Peg + Cat The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Curious George Curious George Arthur Arthur Wild Kratts Wild Kratts

SATURDAY 5am 5:30 6am 6:30 7am 7:30 8am 8:30 9am

SUNDAY 5am 6am 6:30 7am 7:30 8am 8:30 9am 9:30

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood Bob the Builder Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Super WHY! Adult How-to Programming

Sesame Street Curious George The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Peg + Cat Dinosaur Train Mixed Nutz (NEW!) Space Racers (NEW! Begins 5/18) Biz Kid$ Twice As Good

NEW!

SUNDAYS 8AM Begins June 1

Meet Babak, the self-conscious kid from Iran, Damaris the superstitious bookworm from Cuba, and Sanjay, the Bollywood dreamer from Mumbai. Together, they live in Dyver-city, with their friends Jae, Adele, and Sousanne. Mixed Nutz is a comedy about our adventurous heroes who learn to be proud of who they are and tackle life together one bully at a time!

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National Summer Learning Day is June 20! Did you know that more than half of the achievement gap between lower- and higher-income youth can be explained by unequal access to summer learning opportunities? (Alexander et al, 2007) For some American kids, summer is a happy and carefree time enriched by learning camps, trips to museums and parks, and other fun activities. Unfortunately, children from low-income families don’t have access to the same educational opportunities. They are disproportionately affected by “summer slide” – a cumulative loss of academic skills over the summer months – which leads to higher drop-out rates and a persistent academic achievement gap between poor students and their middle class and wealthy peers. National Summer Learning Day, an initiative of the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA), is a national advocacy day recognized to spread awareness about the importance of summer learning in helping close the achievement gap and to support healthy development in communities nationwide. How can you participate? Check with your local library or school to learn about summer learning programs for youth. You’ll also find helpful resources on how to keep the kids in your life engaged this summer at www.summerlearning.org/?page=SLDForParents. Access summer learning tips for parents, ideas for activities at home and for older youth, tips for an active and healthy summer, reading ideas, and a summer learning day event map.

Stay tuned to WSIU and check local media announcements about activities WSIU will co-host for families in partnership with local libraries and after-school programs. For more information, contact Beth Spezia at (618) 453-5595, beth.spezia@wsiu.org.

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WSIU, the SIU College of Mass Communication & Media Arts (MCMA), and the Carbondale Public Library hosted two free Community Cinema film screenings this spring. Angela Aguayo of SIU Cinema & Photography and Melinda Yeomans of the SIU Women’s Resource Center moderated a discussion after the film Las Marthas in March, while

Novotny Lawrence of SIU Radio, TV & Digital Media and John Holmes of Lutheran Social Services of Illinois moderated the screening of The Trials of Muhammad Ali in April. Photos: Monica Tichenor & T.J. Price. Please join us at the Carbondale Public Library on May 31 for The New Black, our final Community Cinema film of the season. See box at right!

WSIU, MCMA Staff to Attend Prix Jeunesse International Children’s Festival Dafna Lemish (photo, left), Dean of the SIU College of Mass Communication & Media Arts, and WSIU outreach coordinator Beth Spezia (photo, Photo: Provided right) will travel to Munich, Germany from May 30-June 4 to attend the 2014 Prix Jeunesse International Children’s Television Festival. Spezia is attending the conference on a research scholarship.

The Prix Jeunesse Foundation promotes excellence in children’s television and spotlights high-quality programs designed to meet children’s unique cultural needs and to expand their view of the larger world. This year’s festival theme is Feelings in Focus: Emotions in Children’s TV. We also have great news: an episode of the PBS KIDS series Peg + Cat, “The Beethoven Problem,” is a finalist in the Up To 6 Fiction category!

Year round, Prix Jeunesse engages producers, telecasters, researchers, educators, and young people in workshops, screenings, and other partnerships to create children’s programming that engages and educates. Learn more at www.prixjeunesse.de.

THE NEW BLACK

Sat, May 31 | 2:30pm See how the African American community is grappling with the gay rights issue in light of the gay marriage movement and the fight over civil rights.

MODERATOR: Derrick Williams, SIU Center for Inclusive Excellence


May / June 2014

WSIU

HD

NOTE: Pledge programming will preempt some daytime and evening programming from May 31-June 8.

8.1/16.1

Weekdays

Saturday

5am

BBC World News

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

5:30

Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches

Bob the Builder

6am

Market to Market (R) (M); Health (TW); Green Programs (Th); Travel (F)

Curious George

Curious George

6:30

Martha Speaks

The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!

The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!

7am

Curious George

PEG + CAT

PEG + CAT

7:30

The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!; Curious George (beg. 6/2)

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train

8am

PEG + CAT

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

8:30

Dinosaur Train

Super WHY!

Thomas & Friends; Mixed Nutz (beg. 6/1) Cyberchase; Space Racers (beg. 5/18)

P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home

Biz Kid$

Baking Made Easy

Scholastic Hi-Q (R); Twice As Good (beg. 6/15)

Martha Stewart’s Cooking School

Green Programming

9am 9:30 10am

Sesame Street Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Super WHY!; Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood (beg. 6/2) Sid the Science Kid; 11am Dinosaur Train (beg. 6/2) Thomas & Friends; Dinosaur Train 11:30 (beg. 6/2); Biz Kid$ (Fri - beg. 5/30) 10:30

Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting Sewing With Nancy; It’s So Easy (beg. 5/17)

Sunday Sesame Street

Health & Parenting Programming

America’s Test Kitchen

Moyers & Company

Woodsmith Shop

McLaughlin Group

12:30

12pm: Cooking (M); Woodworking (T); Gardening (W); Quilting (Th); Crafts/Knitting (F) 12:30: Int’l Cooking (M); Woodworking (T); Lifestyle (W); Sewing (Th); Painting (F)

This Old House

Market to Market

1pm

Clifford; PEG + CAT (beg. 6/2)

Ask This Old House

America’s Heartland

Hometime

WSIU InFocus (R)

12pm

1:30 2pm

Caillou; The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! (beg. 6/2) PEG + CAT; Curious George (beg. 6/2)

2:30

The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!; Curious George (beg. 6/2)

3pm

Curious George; Arthur (beg. 6/2)

3:30

Arthur

4pm

WordGirl; Wild Kratts (beg. 6/2)

4:30

Wild Kratts

5pm

BBC World News America; WSIU InFocus (F)

5:30

Nightly Business Report

6pm 6:30

PBS NewsHour

Rick Steves’ Europe Journeys in India; Journeys in Africa (beg. 6/14) Antiques Roadshow (R)

Nature (R)

NOVA (R) MotorWeek On Story

(History Detectives, American Experience, Specials, etc.)

Documentaries, Specials, Theme Month Programming Scholastic Hi-Q; Heartland Highways (beg. 6/15) Expressions (R) Scott & Bailey (R)

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8.2/16.2 TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

NOTE: WSIU’s WORLD schedule reflects a 24-hour cycle of one month’s program listings; the second month’s listings are unavailable prior to our print deadline. Revisions from WORLD sent to us after Previews goes to press are posted online at wsiu.org. Select the ‘Television’ tab, ‘full program schedule’ tab & WORLD.

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

Newsline (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26) Tavis Smiley (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26beg. 5:30)

Newsline (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27) Tavis Smiley (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27beg. 5:30)

Newsline (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28) Tavis Smiley (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28 beg. 5:30)

Newsline (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29) Tavis Smiley (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29 - beg. 5:30)

Newsline (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30) Tavis Smiley (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30) - beg. 5:30)

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) Consuelo Mack Wealth Track (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31 - beg. 5:30)

Moyers & Company (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25) Asia This Week (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25 - beg. 5:30)

5am

Linkasia (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26) Religion & Ethics Newsweekly (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26 beg. 6:30)

Asia This Week (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27) European Journal (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27 -beg. 6:30)

Asian Voices (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28) Asia Biz Forecast (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28 - beg. 6:30)

Scully/The World Show (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29) Second Opinion (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29 - beg. 6:30)

Well Read (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30) Closer to Truth (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 - beg. 6:30)

Market to Market (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) America’s Heartland (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31 - beg. 6:30)

Washington Week (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25) McLaughlin Group (5/4, 5/11, 5/18 5/25 - beg. 6:30)

6am

Nature (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26)

E Haku Inoa: To Weave a Name (5/6 ) Japanese American Lives (5/13, 5/20, 5/27)

America Reframed (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28)

Independent Lens (5/1; 5/8-5/15 beg. 7:30); Calling My Children (5/8) Calling Tokyo (5/15); Little Manila: Filipinos in California (5/22); Global Voices (5/22- beg. 7:30); Indelible Lalita (5/29- beg. 7:30)

NOVA (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30)

Calling Tokyo (5/3); The Grace Lee Project (5/3 - beg. 7:30) Global Voices (5/10) Long Road Home (5/17); Matter of Duty: The Continuing War Against PTSD (5/24); War Zone/ Comfort Zone (5/31)

Charlie Rose: The Week (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25) Illinois Lawmakers (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25 - beg. 7:30)

7am

Pioneers of Television (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26)

Pacific Heartbeat (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27)

Dreamers Theater (5/7 - beg. 8:30) Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (5/21) Gathering of Heroes (5/28 - beg. 8:30)

America Reframed (5/1 - beg. 8:30)

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/2, 5/9, 5/16)

Mr. Cao Goes to Washington (5/10) Coming Back with Wes Moore (5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

America Reframed (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25)

8am

Global Voices (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26)

Local USA (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27) Local USA (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27 - beg. 9:30)

Global Voices (5/7, 5/14) Independent Lens (5/21) Matter of Duty: The Continuing War Against PTSD (5/28)

Frontline (5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29)

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/2, 5/9); Secrets of the Dead (5/16) Escape from a Nazi Death Camp (5/23) D-Day Uncovered (5/30)

Among B-Boys (5/3) Mulberry Child (5/10); Independent Lens (5/17); Company of Heroes (5/24) Passing Poston: An American Story (5/31)

Serving America: Memories of Peace Corps (5/4 - beg. 9:30); Dreamers Theater (5/11 - beg. 9:30) Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (5/25)

9am

POV (5/5) Calling My Children (5/12- beg. 10:30) Calling Tokyo (5/19beg. 10:30)

Global Voices (5/6, 5/13) Independent Lens (5/20) Matter of Duty: The Continuing War Against PTSD (5/27)

POV (5/7); Mulberry Child (5/14); Long Road Home (5/21) Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (5/28)

Pacific Heartbeat (5/1, 5/8, 5/22, 5/29)

Local USA (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30) Local USA (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 beg. 10:30)

Consuelo Mack Wealth Track (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) Religion & Ethics Newsweekly (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31 - beg. 10:30)

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/4, 5/11); Secrets of the Dead (5/18) Company of Heroes (5/25)

10am

Tavis Smiley (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26) Tavis Smiley (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26 - beg. 11:30)

Tavis Smiley (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27) Tavis Smiley (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27 - beg. 11:30)

Tavis Smiley (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28) Tavis Smiley (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28 - beg. 11:30)

Tavis Smiley (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29) Tavis Smiley (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29 beg. 11:30)

Tavis Smiley (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30) Tavis Smiley (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30beg. 11:30)

Independent Lens (5/3, 5/10, 5/17) Global Voices (5/24) Indelible Lalita (5/31)

Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge from the Holocaust (5/4); E Haku Inoa: To Weave a Name (5/11); Japanese American Lives (5/18, 5/25)

11am

Linkasia (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26) Illinois Lawmakers (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26 - beg. 12:30)

Asia This Week (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27) European Journal (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27 - beg. 12:30)

Asian Voices (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28) Asia Biz Forecast (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28 - beg. 12:30)

Scully/The World Show (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29) Second Opinion (5/1, 5/8, 5/22, 5/29 - beg. 12:30) Independent Lens (5/15 - beg. 12:30)

Well Read (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30) Closer to Truth (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 - beg. 12:30)

Reno Historic Races (5/3 - beg. 12:30 ) Calling My Children (5/10 - beg. 12:30) Calling Tokyo (5/17, 5/24 - beg. 12:30) Forsaken Fields (5/31 - beg. 12:30)

Skokie: Invaded But Not Conquered (5/4); Pacific Heartbeat (5/11, 5/18, 5/25)

12pm


May / June 2014

WSIU

8.2/16.2 WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

SUNDAY

NOVA (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30)

Calling Tokyo (5/3) The Grace Lee Project (5/3 - beg. 1:30) Global Voices (5/10) Long Road Home (5/17); Matter of Duty: Continuing the War Against PTSD (5/24); War Zone/ Comfort Zone (5/31)

Moyers & Company (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25) Asia This Week (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25 - beg. 1:30)

E Haku Inoa: To Weave a Name (5/6) Japanese American Lives (5/13, 5/20, 5/27)

America Reframed (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28)

Pioneers of Television (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26)

Pacific Heartbeat (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27)

Dreamers Theater (5/7 - beg. 2:30) Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (5/21) Gathering of Heroes (5/28 - beg. 2:30)

America Reframed (5/1 - beg. 2:30) Frontline (5/15)

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/2, 5/9, 5/16)

Mr. Cao Goes to Washington (5/10) Coming Back with Wes Moore (5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

Washington Week (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25) McLaughlin Group (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25 - beg. 2:30)

Global Voices (5/5); Mulberry Child (5/12) Independent Lens (5/19); Matter of Duty: The Continuing War Against PTSD (5/26)

Local USA (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27) Local USA (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27 - beg. 3:30)

Global Voices (5/7, 5/14) Independent Lens (5/21) Matter of Duty: Continuing the War Against PTSD (5/28)

Frontline (5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29)

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/2, 5/9); Secrets of the Dead (5/16) Escape from Nazi Death Camp (5/23) D-Day Uncovered (5/30)

Among B-Boys (5/3) Mulberry Child (5/10); Independent Lens (5/17); Company of Heroes (5/24) Passing Poston: An American Story (5/31)

Charlie Rose: The Week (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25) European Journal (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25 - beg. 3:30)

Newsline (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26) Journal (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26 beg. 4:30)

Newsline (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27) Journal (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27- beg. 4:30)

Newsline (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28) Journal (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28 - beg. 4:30)

Newsline (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29) Journal (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29beg. 4:30)

Newsline (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30) Journal (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 beg. 4:30)

WSIU InFocus (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) Scholastic Hi-Q (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31 - beg. 4:30)

America Reframed (5/4) China’s Challenges (5/11, 5/18, 5/25)

WSIU In Focus (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26) Local USA (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26 beg. - 5:30)

POV (5/6); Calling My Children (5/13) Global Voices (5/13, 5/20 - beg. 5:30, 5/27) Calling Tokyo (5/20)

Frontline (5/7, 5/21, 5/28) Calling Tokyo (5/14) Independent Lens (5/14 - beg. 5:30)

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/1, 5/8); Secrets of the Dead (5/15) Escape from Nazi Death Camp (5/22) D-Day Uncovered (5/29)

Among B-Boys (5/2) Mulberry Child (5/9) Independent Lens (5/16); Company of Heroes (5/23) Passing Poston: An American Story (5/30)

Expressions (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) PBS NewsHour Weekend (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31 beg. 5:30)

PBS NewsHour Weekend (5/4 - beg. 5:30) China’s Challenges (5/11, 5/18); Every Day is a Holiday (5/25)

E Haku Inoa: To Weave a Name (5/5) Japanese American Lives (5/12, 5/19, 5/26)

Global Voices (5/6)

Calling My Children (5/7); Independent Lens (5/7, 5/21- beg. 6:30); Little Manila: Filipinos in California (5/21); Forsaken Fields (5/28) Indelible Lalita (5/28- beg. 6:30)

NOVA (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29)

Calling Tokyo (5/2) The Grace Lee Project (5/2 - beg. 6:30); Global Voices (5/9); Long Road Home (5/16); Matter of Duty: The Continuing War Against PTSD (5/23) War Zone/Comfort Zone (5/30)

Moyers & Company (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) Asia This Week (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31 - beg. 6:30)

Local USA (5/4) PBS NewsHour Weekend (5/11, 5/18, 5/25) Local USA (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25 - beg. 6:30)

Pacific Heartbeat (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26)

America Reframed (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27)

Frontline (5/14)

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/1, 5/8, 5/15)

The Grace Lee Project (5/2) Mr. Cao Goes to Washington (5/9) Coming Back with Wes Moore (5/16, 5/23, 5/30)

Washington Week (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) McLaughlin Group (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31- beg. 7:30)

Nature (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25)

Local USA (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26) Scholastic Hi-Q (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26 - beg. 8:30)

Dreamers Theater (5/6 - beg. 8:30) Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (5/20) Gathering of Heroes (5/27- beg. 8:30)

Frontline (5/7, 5/21, 5/28)

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/1, 5/8); Secrets of the Dead (5/15) Escape from a Nazi Death Camp (5/22) D-Day Uncovered (5/29)

Illinois Lawmakers (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30) WSIU In Focus (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 - beg. 8:30)

Charlie Rose: The Week (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) Illinois Lawmakers (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31 - beg. 8:30)

WSIU InFocus (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25) Scholastic Hi-Q (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25 - beg. 8:30)

3pm

Nature (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26)

Independent Lens (5/1; 5/8 - beg. 1:30; 5/15); Calling My Children (5/8) Little Manila: Filipinos in California (5/22); Forsaken Fields (5/29); Global Voices (5/22- beg. 1:30); Indelible Lalita (5/29- beg. 1:30)

6pm

SATURDAY

5pm

FRIDAY

2pm

TUESDAY

1pm

MONDAY

13

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WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

PBS Newshour (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26)

PBS Newshour (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27)

PBS Newshour (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28)

PBS Newshour (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29)

PBS Newshour (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30)

America Reframed (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

Global Voices (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25)

Charlie Rose (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29)

Charlie Rose (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30)

Serving America: Members of Peace Co. (5/3 - beg. 10:30) Dreamers Theater (5/10 - beg. 10:30) Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (5/24) Gathering of Heroes (5/31 - beg. 10:30)

POV (5/4) Calling My Children (5/11- beg. 10:30) Calling Tokyo (5/18- beg. 10:30)

NOVA (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29)

Calling Tokyo (5/2) The Grace Lee Project (5/2 - beg. 11:30); Global Voices (5/9) Long Road Home (5/16); Matter of Duty: The Continuing War Against PTSD (5/23) War Zone/Comfort Zone (5/30)

Moyers & Company (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) Asia This Week (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31- beg. 11:30)

Nature (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25)

11pm

Linkasia (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) Washington Week (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31 beg. 12:30)

Pioneers of Television (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25)

12am

Charlie Rose (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28)

E Haku Inoa: To Weave a Name (5/5) Japanese American Lives (5/12, 5/19, 5/26)

America Reframed (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27)

Calling My Children (5/7); Independent Lens (5/7, 5/14, 5/21beg. 11:30) Calling Tokyo (5/14) Little Manila: Filipinos in California (5/21); Forsaken Fields (5/28) Indelible Lalita (5/28beg. 1130)

Pacific Heartbeat (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26

Dreamers Theater (5/6 - beg. 12:30) Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (5/20) Gathering of Heroes (5/27 - beg. 12:30)

Programs from 11:30pm continue

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/1, 5/8, 5/15)

Mr. Cao Goes to Washington (5/9) Coming Back with Wes Moore (5/16, 5/23, 5/30)

Local USA (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26) Local USA (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26 beg. - 1:30)

Global Voices (5/6, 5/13, ) Independent Lens (5/20) Matter of Duty: The Continuing War Against PTSD (5/27)

Frontline (5/7, 5/21, 5/28) Mr. Cao Goes to Washington (5/14)

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/1, 5/8); Secrets of the Dead (5/15) Escape from a Nazi Death Camp (5/22) D-Day Uncovered (5/29)

Among B-Boys (5/2) Mulberry Child (5/9) Independent Lens (5/16); Company of Heroes (5/23) Passing Poston: An American Story (5/30)

McLaughlin Group: (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31) Charlie Rose: The Week (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31 beg. 1:30)

Global Voices (5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25)

PBS Newshour (5/5, 5/12,5/19, 5/26)

PBS Newshour (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27)

PBS Newshour (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28)

PBS Newshour (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29)

PBS Newshour (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30)

America Reframed (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

POV (5/4) Calling My Children (5/11- beg. 10:30) Calling Tokyo (5/18- beg. 10:30)

2am

Nightly Business Report (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26) Tavis Smiley (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26 beg. 3:30)

Nightly Business Report (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27) Tavis Smiley (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27 beg. 3:30)

Nightly Business Report (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28) Tavis Smiley (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28 beg. 3:30)

Nightly Business Report (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29) Tavis Smiley (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29 - beg. 3:30)

Nightly Business Report (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30) Tavis Smiley (5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30 - beg. 3:30)

Serving America: Members of Peace Co. (5/3 - beg. 10:30) Dreamers Theater (5/10 - beg. 10:30) Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (5/24) Gathering of Heroes (5/31 - beg. 10:30

Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge from the Holocaust (5/4) E Haku Inoa: To Weave a Name (5/11) Japanese American Lives (5/18, 5/25)

3am

Global Voices (5/5, 5/12) Independent Lens (5/19) Matter of Duty: The Continuing War Against PTSD (5/26)

POV (5/6) Mulberry Child (5/13) Long Road Home (5/20) Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (5/27)

Pacific Heartbeat (5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28)

Local USA (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29) Local USA (5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29 beg. 4:30)

Nazi Mega Weapons (5/2, 5/9); Secrets of the Dead (5/16) Company of Heroes (5/23); Gathering of Heroes (5/30) Forsaken Fields (5/30 - beg. 4:30)

Teaching Channel Presents (5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31)

Skokie: Invaded But Not Conquered (5/4) Pacific Heartbeat (5/11, 5/18, 5/25)

4am

Charlie Rose (5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27)

1am

10pm

Charlie Rose (5/5, 5/12, 5/19, 5/26)

9pm

MONDAY


May / June 2014

WSIU

CREATE

8.3/16.3

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

5am

It’s Sew Easy

Quilting Arts

Sewing with Nancy

It’s Sew Easy

Sewing with Nancy

Quilting Arts

5:30

Best of Simply Painting: Across

Best of Simply Painting: Across Europe

Best of the Joy of Painting

6am

Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence; New Scandinavian Cooking with Claus Meyer (beg. 5/19) Perfect Day (beg. 6/30)

Coastal Cooking with John Shields; Chef John Besh’s Family Table (beg. 6/10)

Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking

Coastal Cooking with John Shields; Chef John Besh’s Family Table (beg. 6/12)

6:30

Caprial & John’s Kitchen; Sing for Your Supper (beg. 6/15)

P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table

Taste of Louisiana; Farm with Ian Knauer (beg. 6/10)

Caprial & John’s Kitchen; Sing for Your Supper (beg. 6/11)

7am

Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen

Ciao Italia

Cooking with Robin Shea

Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen

7:30

Cooking with Nick Stellino; Barbecue University (beg. 5/11)

The Great American Seafood Cook-Off; A Chef’s Life (beg. 5/19)

The Jazzy Vegetarian

Barbecue University

The Jazzy Vegetarian

8am

Wild Photo Adventures; Grannies on Safari (beg. 6/15)

Smart Travels: Europe with Rudy

Wild Photo Adventures; Grannies on Safari (beg. 6/11)

Smart Travels: Europe with Rudy Maxa

Family Travel with Colleen Kelly; Pedal America (beg. 5/20) Woodwright’s Shop

Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge; Music Voyager (beg. 5/14) Ask This Old House

Family Travel with Colleen Kelly; Pedal America (beg. 5/22) Woodwright’s Shop

Woodsmith Shop

Woodturning Workshop

Victory Garden’s Edible Feast

Garden Smart

For Your Home

Katie Brown Workshop

8:30 9am 9:30 10am 10:30 11am4:30pm 5pm 5:30 6pm 6:30

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell; Donna Dewberry Best of the Joy of Painting Show (beg. 5/26)

Richard Bangs’ Adventures With Purpose Art Wolfe’s Travels to the Edge; Music Voyager (beg. 5/11) Ask This Old House This Old House Woodworking Woodturning Workshop Rough Cut: with Tom P. Allen Smith’s Growing A Greener World Garden Home B Organic with Michele Katie Brown Workshop Beschen; In Pursuit of Passion (beg. 5/19) Repeat Sat Marathon Ask This Old House Pati’s Mexican Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/8) Mexico: One Plate; Pati’s Mexican Table (beg. 6/22) Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way

Taste of Louisiana; Farm with Ian Knauer (beg. 6/5) Chef’s A’Field: Culinary Adventure; Cooking with Robin Shea (beg. 5/8)

Paint This with Jerry Yarnell; Donna Dewberry Show (beg. 5/30) Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence; New Scandinavian Cooking with Claus Meyer (beg. 5/16) P. Allen Smith’s Garden to Table Ciao Italia The Great American Seafood Cook-Off; A Chef’s Life (beg. 5/16) Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose

This Old House Rough Cut: Woodworking with Tom Victory Garden’s Edible P. Allen Smith’s Feast Garden Home B Organic with Michele For Your Home Beschen; In Pursuit of Passion (beg. 5/16) Woodsmith Shop

Repeat of 5am-10:30am programming except: 3pm Rick Steves’ Europe This Old House Pati’s Mexican Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/9)

Woodwright’s Shop Pati’s Mexcian Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/10)

Simply Ming

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Julia and Jacques; French Chef (beg. 6/16)

Essential Pepin; Baking with Julia (beg. 6/3)

Ask This Old House Pati’s Mexican Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/11) Mexico: One Plate; Pati’s Table (beg. 6/18) Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way

Woodright’s Shop Pati’s Mexican Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/12)

This Old House Pati’s Mexican Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/6)

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

Simply Ming

Essential Pepin; Baking with Julia (beg. 6/5)

Julia and Jacques; French Chef (beg. 6/20)

7pm

Lidia’s Italy in America

Lidia’s Kitchen

Lidia’s Italy in America

Lidia’s Kitchen

Lidia’s Italy in America

Lidia’s Kitchen

7:30

Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen

America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated

Cook’s Country from America’s Test Kitchen

America’s Test Kitchen From Cooks’ Illustrated

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

8pm

Chef John Besh’s Family Table; Cooking with Nick Stellino (beg. 5/18)

A Chef’s Life; Kevin Dundon’s Modern Irish Food (beg. 5/12)

Chef John Besh’s Family Table; Cooking with Nick Stellino (beg. 5/20)

A Chef’s Life; Kevin Dundon’s Modern Irish Food (beg. 5/14)

Chef John Besh’s Family Table; Cooking with Nick Stellino (beg. 5/22)

Chef’s Life; Kevin Dundon’s Modern Irish Food (beg. 5/16)

9pm

Pati’s Mexican Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/8) Ask This Old House

Pati’s Mexican Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/9) This Old House

Pati’s Mexican Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/10) Woodwright’s Shop

Pati’s Mexican Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/11) Ask This Old House

Pati’s Mexican Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/12) Woodwright’s Shop

Pati’s Table; Home Chef (beg. 6/6) This Old House

8:30 9:30

Rick Steves’ Europe

Rick Steves’ Europe

Rick Steves’ Europe

Rick Steves’ Europe

Rick Steves’ Europe

Rick Steves’ Europe

10pm

Rudy Maxa’s World

Travelscope

Burt Wolf

Rudy Maxa’s World

Burt Wolf

Travelscope

10:30

Lidia’s Italy in America

Lidia’s Kitchen

Lidia’s Italy in America

Lidia’s Kitchen

Lidia’s Italy in America

11pm

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

America’s Test Kitchen From Cooks’ Illustrated

11:30

America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated Mexico: One Plate; Pati’s Mexican Table (beg. 6/22)

Simply Ming

Sara’s Weeknight Meals

12am

Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence; New Scandinavian Cooking with Claus Meyer (beg. 5/19) Perfect Day (beg. 6/30)

Coastal Cooking with John Shields; Chef John Besh’s Family Table (beg. 6/10)

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen

Coastal Cooking with John Shields; Chef John Besh’s Family Table (beg. 6/12)

Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence; New Scandinavian Cooking with Claus Meyer (beg. 5/16)

Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking

12:30

Rick Steves’ Europe Repeat of 7-10pm Programming

Saturday, 5-11am (repeats 5-11pm & on Sunday, 11am-5pm)

Lidia’s Kitchen

Cook’s Country From America’s Test Kitchen America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated Mexico: One Plate; Pati’s Mexican Table (beg. 6/18) Sara’s Weeknight Meals

1-4:30am

CREATE WEEKEND Marathons

15

May 2014 marathon May 3-4 • Mexican Fiesta May 10-11• Celebrate Mom May 17-18 • This Old House: Brooklyn May 24-25 • Red, White & BBQ May 31-June 1 • Street Fare

Simply Ming

JUNE 2014 marathon June 7-8 • Going to the Chapel June 14-15 • Stalk & Vine June 21-22 • Vic Rallo’s Italy June 28-29 • Patriotic Pitmasters


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May / June 2014

1 Thursday

12am Civil War: The Untold Story.CC Bloody Shiloh. Part 1/5. 1am NOVA.CC The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies. (R) 2am Nazi Mega Weapons.CC Super Tanks. (R) 3am Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle - A Voces Special Presentation.CC (R) 4am Pioneers of Television.CC Breaking Barriers. Part 3/4. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 5pm Saluki SportsView. End of Spring Sports Review. 5:30 See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Anaheim. Part 2/3. (R) 8pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 2, Episode 8. Rachel finds herself on the wrong side of a murder investigation and is suspended from work. Janet’s job also hangs in the balance. Gill is forced to re-open the investigation into an accidental death. 9pm Expressions. Wanakee Pugh. Wanakee Pugh is a self-taught abstract artist from Pulaski, Ill. who embraces spontaneity in her work. A former model from New York, she has varied interests in acting, fashion, music and social media. Pugh discusses her creative process with Najjar Abdul-Musawwir. 9:30 WSIU InFocus.CC Mushrooms; Jason Ringenberg. See article on page eight. 10pm Call the Midwife 3.CC Part 5/8. (R) 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

2 Friday

12am This Old House Hour.CC Arlington Italianate Project; Italianate Renaissance; All About Kitchen Renovations; Chef Michael Symon. 1am Pioneers of Television.CC Breaking Barriers. Part 3/4. (R) 2am E Haku Inoa: To Weave A Name.CC 3am Nature.CC Love in the Animal Kingdom. (R) 4am NOVA.CC The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 5pm WSIU InFocus. Richard Jurek. See article on page eight. 5:30 See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Washington Week.CC 7:30 Illinois Lawmakers.CC Spring 2014, Session 1. Multi-part legislative series hosted by Jak Tichenor. See article on page seven.

May 8pm

Pennsylvania Ballet at 50.CC Celebrate the Pennsylvania Ballet’s 50th anniversary with the pas de deux from After the Rain by Christopher Wheeldon, Under the Sun Pas de Deux by Margo Sappington, and “Diamonds” from Jewels by George Balanchine. 9pm Craft in America.CC Industry. Explore the business of the handmade and artist contributions to the local and national economies. 10pm Front and Center.CC Train. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

3 Saturday 12am 12:30 1am 2am 3am

Washington Week.CC (R) Charlie Rose: The Week.CC Pennsylvania Ballet at 50.CC (R) Craft in America.CC Industry. (R) Pioneers of Television.CC Breaking Barriers. Part 3/4. (R) 4am This Old House Hour.CC Arlington Italianate Project; Italianate Renaissance; All About Kitchen Renovations; Chef Michael Symon. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 3pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Anaheim. Part 2/3. (R) 4pm Nature.CC Love in the Animal Kingdom. (R) 5pm NOVA.CC The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies. (R) 6pm MotorWeek.CC 6:30 On Story.CC Raising Stakes, Reversals, and Payoffs. Thriller master writer/director Shane Black discusses the critical elements of a suspense-filled movie. Followed by the short film Blind Spot by Matthew Nayman. 7pm Lawrence Welk Show.CC Music Memories. 8pm Globe Trekker.CC East Texas. Zay Harding takes roping lessons in Ft. Worth and tours the Johnson Space Center in Houston. 9pm Masterpiece Mystery!CC Foyle’s War VII: Sunflower. Foyle (Michael Kitchen) must protect a Nazi officer turned MI5 informant. Part 3/3. 10:30 Austin City Limits.CC Juanes; Jesse & Joy. 11:30 Studio A Presents. Studio A in Concert. TBA.

4 Sunday

12am NOVA.CC The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies. (R) 1am Frontline.CC Prison State. (R) 2:30 Go Public: A Day in the Life of an American School District.CC

4am 4:30 5am 9:30

Washington Week.CC (R) Charlie Rose: The Week.CC (R) See Daytime Schedule. Scholastic Hi-Q. Centralia vs. Mater Dei (Breese). (R) 10am See Daytime Schedule. 1:30 WSIU InFocus Mushrooms; Jason Ringenberg. (R) See article on page eight. 2pm History Detectives.CC Mussolini Dagger; Liberia Letter; N.E.A.R. Device. 3pm Marion’s Triumph: Surviving History’s Nightmare.CC Marion Blumenthal Lazan shares her message of love and tolerance while recounting her family’s attempts to escape the Nazis. 4pm In My Lifetime.CC This program focuses on the continuing struggle of citizens, scientists, and political leaders working to reduce or eliminate the atomic threat. 5pm Scholastic Hi-Q. O’Fallon vs. Fairfield. 5:30 Expressions. Wanakee Pugh. (R) See 5/1 at 9pm. 6pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 2, Episode 8. (R) See 5/1 at 8pm. 7pm Call the Midwife 3.CC Trixie has a disastrous date with Tom. Patsy struggles to adapt to the chaos of midwifery. Part 6/8. 8pm Masterpiece Classic.CC Mr. Selfridge 2. Members of the staff are dying at the front. Miss Mardle and her lodger fall in love. Part 6/8. 9pm The Bletchley Circle.CC Uncustomed Goods 2. Millie, Jean, Lucy, and Alice decide to tip off Customs and Excise to intercept a contraband shipment and catch the traffickers. Part 4/4. 10pm Last Tango in Halifax 1.CC Childhood sweethearts Celia and Alan are stranded when Alan’s car is stolen. They phone their respective daughters to pick them up and make a surprising announcement when the women arrive. Part 1/6 11pm Doctor Who.CC The Doctor’s Wife. The Doctor follows a Time Lord distress signal to a mysterious asteroid in a Bubble Universe. (R)

5 Monday

12am Masterpiece Classic.CC Mr. Selfridge 2. Part 6/8. (R) 1am The Bletchley Circle.CC Uncustomed Goods 2. Part 4/4. (R) 2am Mulberry Child.CC 3am Craft in America.CC Industry. (R)


May / June 2014

May 4am

Pioneers of Television.CC Breaking Barriers. Part 3/4. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Anaheim. Part 3/3. 8pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Minneapolis. Part 3/3. 9pm Independent Lens.CC A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at The New York Times; Lies. Samantha Grant tells the story of a promising young reporter caught plagiarizing and supplementing his work with fabricated content. Followed by the short film Lies. 10:30 Sun Studio Sessions.CC The Black Lillies. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

6 Tuesday

12am Antiques Roadshow.CC Minneapolis. Part 3/3. (R) 1am Antiques Roadshow.CC Anaheim. Part 3/3. (R) 2am Call the Midwife 3.CC Part 6/8. (R) 3am Masterpiece Classic.CC Mr. Selfridge 2. Part 6/8. (R) 4am Pennsylvania Ballet at 50.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Pioneers of Television.CC Acting Funny. Robin Williams, Jonathon Winters, Tina Fey, and Cloris Leachman share their backstage techniques. Part 4/4. 8pm Secrets of the Dead.CC The Lost Gardens of Babylon. See what the spectacular Hanging Gardens of Babylon looked like and learn how they were constructed. 9pm Frontline.CC Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria. Frontline investigates the alarming rise of treatment-resistent infections. 10pm Doctor Who.CC The Rebel Flesh. A solar tsunami sends the TARDIS hurtling towards a factory on earth where human doppelgangers are used to mine dangerous acid. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

7 Wednesday

12am Pioneers of Television.CC Acting Funny. Part 4/4. (R) 1am Secrets of the Dead.CC The Lost Gardens of Babylon. (R) 2am Frontline.CC Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria. (R) 3am Independent Lens.CC A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at The New York Times; Lies. (R) 4:30 Calling My Children.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule.

7pm Nature.CC Shark Mountain. Underwater filmmakers Howard and Michele Hall visit Cocos Island, a tiny Pacific outpost 300 miles off Costa Rica where churning waters attract numerous sharks. 8pm NOVA.CC Why Sharks Attack. Great white shark attacks have risen sharply around the world. What’s behind the mysterious arrival of this apex predator in areas where it’s rarely been seen in many years? 9pm Nazi Mega Weapons.CC Jet Fighter ME262. Explore the most technologically advanced plane of World War II, the Messerschmitt Me262, a fighter jet that inspired a revolution in aerial warfare. 10pm Globe Trekker.CC East Texas. (R) See 5/3 at 8pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

8 Thursday

12am Civil War: The Untold Story.CC A Beacon of Hope. Part 2/5. 1am NOVA.CC Why Sharks Attack. (R) 2am Nazi Mega Weapons.CC Jet Fighter ME262. (R) 3am Secrets of the Dead.CC The Lost Gardens of Babylon. (R) 4am Pioneers of Television.CC Acting Funny. Part 4/4. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Anaheim. Part 3/3. (R) 8pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 1. Janet makes a grisly discovery at the home of an elderly couple. 9pm Expressions. Jeanie Eddleman; Freda Fairchild. Meet artist Jeanie Eddleman of Marble Hill, Mo., who draws historic buildings and landscapes, and printmaker Freda Fairchild of Paducah, Kentucky. 9:30 WSIU InFocus Herb Russell; L.O. Trigg. See article on page eight. 10pm Call the Midwife 3.CC Part 6/8. (R) See 5/4 at 7pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

9 Friday

12am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Sandy and the Jersey Shore; Replacing An Old Door; Hot Water Without Waiting. 1am Pioneers of Television.CC Acting Funny. Part 4/4. (R) 2am Nature.CC Shark Mountain. (R) 3am NOVA.CC Why Sharks Attack. (R) 4am Nazi Mega Weapons.CC Jet Fighter ME262. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule.

17

5pm

WSIU InFocus. Mushrooms; Jason Ringenberg. (R) See article on page eight. 5:30 See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Washington Week.CC 7:30 Illinois Lawmakers.CC Spring 2014, Session 2. See article on page seven. 8pm Great Performances at the Met. CC Falstaff. Ambrogio Maestri sings the title role in Robert Carsen’s acclaimed production of Verdi’s final comic masterpiece. 10:30 Sun Studio Sessions.CC Chris Milam. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

10 Saturday

12am Washington Week.CC (R) 12:30 Charlie Rose: The Week 1am Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma: Tanglewood Revisited.CC 2am Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings.CC 3am Pioneers of Television.CC Acting Funny. Part 4/4. (R) 4am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Sandy and the Jersey Shore; Replacing an Old Door; Hot Water Without Waiting. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 3pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Anaheim. Part 3/3. (R) 4pm Nature.CC Shark Mountain. (R) See 5/7 at 7pm. 5pm NOVA.CC Why Sharks Attack. (R) See 5/7 at 8pm. 6pm MotorWeek.CC 6:30 On Story.CC Breaking Bad: A Conversation with Vince Gilligan. The creator of Breaking Bad reflects upon the show’s storytelling. Followed by Victor Nores’ short film Euthanas Inc. 7pm Lawrence Welk Show.CC Mother’s Day. 8pm Globe Trekker.CC London City Guide 2. Brianna Barnes explores Buckingham Palace, the National Gallery, and the Thames Festival. 9pm Masterpiece Mystery!CC Miss Marple V: The Mirror Crack’d From Side to Side. People are mysteriously found poisoned after a glamorous Hollywood couple settles in St. Mary Mead. Part 1/3. 10:30 Austin City Limits.CC Emeli Sande; Michael Kiwanuka. 11:30 alt.news 26:46. TBA.

11 Sunday

12am NOVA.CC Why Sharks Attack. (R) 1am Frontline.CC Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria. (R)


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May / June 2014

Independent Lens.CC A Fragile Trust: Plagiarism, Power, and Jayson Blair at The New York Times; Lies. (R) 3:30 Our American Family: The Smiths.CC 4am Washington Week.CC (R) 4:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 9:30 Scholastic Hi-Q. O’Fallon vs. Fairfield. (R) 10am See Daytime Schedule. 1:30 WSIU InFocus Herb Russell; L.O. Trigg. (R) See article on page eight. 2pm History Detectives.CC Stalag 17 Portrait; Seadrome; Black Tom Shell. 3pm Calling My Children.CC This film by David Binder documents the last year in devoted wife and mother Gail Farrow’s life and the impact her death has on her husband and four sons. (R) 3:30 Our American Family: The Smiths. CC After the death of her husband, Rena Smith moves to Abilene in the hopes of creating a better life for herself and her children. (R) 4pm Kathryn and Her Daughters.CC Susan Pfeifer tells the story of a 75-year-old southern Illinois widow who was one of the last generation of women in this country to raise her family in a traditional rural lifestyle in the 1950s and ‘60s. 5pm Scholastic Hi-Q. Carbondale vs. Nashville. 5:30 Expressions. Jeanie Eddleman; Freda Fairchild. (R) See 5/8 at 9pm. 6pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 1. (R) See 5/8 at 8pm. 7pm Call the Midwife 3.CC Sister Julienne calms an anxious new mother. Chummy’s mother walks out on her father. Part 7/8. 8pm Masterpiece Classic.CC Mr. Selfridge 2. Harry’s secret service contact does him a favor. Mae and Loxley cross swords. Part 7/8. 9pm Secrets of Chatsworth.CC Revisit the 500-year history of the Chatsworth Estate and expore its intriguing American connections. 10pm Last Tango in Halifax 1.CC Celia and Alan are enjoying their new life together, but widowed Gillian and separated Caroline have problems with their respective children and partners. During Celia and Alan’s engagement party, Gillian’s son is arrested for assaulting his mother’s young lover. Part 2/6. 11pm Doctor Who.CC The Rebel Flesh. (R) See 5/6 at 10pm.

May

2am

2am 3am

NATURE: Leave it to beavers 5/14, 7pm • Photo: Michael Runtz

A growing number of scientists, conservationists, and environmentalists have come to regard beavers as overlooked tools in the effort to reverse the effects of climate change and worldwide water shortages. With their skills as natural builders and hydro-engineers, beavers are being recruited to accomplish everything from finding water in a bone-dry desert to recharging water tables.

12 Monday

12am Masterpiece Classic.CC Mr. Selfridge 2. Part 7/8. (R) 1am Secrets of Chatsworth.CC (R) 2am Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma: Tanglewood Revisited.CC (R) 3am Japanese American Lives.CC Mrs. Judo: Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful. 4am Pioneers of Television.CC Acting Funny. Part 4/4. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 1/3. 8pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Cats & Dogs. Enjoy fun appraisals featuring felines and canines in many forms. 9pm Independent Lens.CC Let the Fire Burn. This film reviews the tragic feud in 1985 between Philadelphia police and the radical group MOVE. 10:30 Sun Studio Sessions.CC The Dunwells. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

13 Tuesday

12am Antiques Roadshow.CC Cats & Dogs. (R) 1am Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 1/3. (R)

Call the Midwife 3.CC Part 7/8. (R) Masterpiece Classic.CC Mr. Selfridge 2. Part 7/8. (R) 4am Facing Forward: A Student’s Story.CC 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Coming Back with Wes Moore. CC Coming Back. See article on page four. Part 1/3. 8pm Frontline.CC United States of Secrets. Frontline investigates the secret history of the unprecedented surveillance program that began in the wake of September 11, 2001 and continues today. Part 1/2. 10pm Doctor Who.CC The Almost People. As the solar storm rages and the factory crumbles, a Ganger tormented by memories of being ‘decommissioned’ seeks revenge. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

14 Wednesday

12am Coming Back with Wes Moore.CC Coming Back. Part 1/3. (R) 1am Frontline.CC United States of Secrets. Part 1/2. (R) 3am Independent Lens.CC Let the Fire Burn. (R) 4:30 Calling My Children.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Nature.CC Leave It to Beavers. See photo spotlight on this page. 8pm NOVA.CC Escape from Nazi Alcatraz. NOVA revisit the plan of a group of British officers to escape from Colditz Castle, a Nazi prisoner of war camp, by constructing a glider out of bed sheets and floorboards and flying to freedom. 9pm Nazi Mega Weapons.CC Fortress Berlin. With the Allies advancing and the Russian Army at his door, Hitler retreats to his concretereinforced, booby-trapped bunker underground, deep in the heart of WWII Berlin. 10pm Globe Trekker.CC London City Guide 2. (R) See 5/10 at 8pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

15 Thursday

12am Civil War: The Untold Story.CC River of Death. Part 3/5. 1am NOVA.CC Escape From Nazi Alcatraz. (R) 2am Nazi Mega Weapons.CC Fortress Berlin. (R) 3am Coming Back with Wes Moore.CC Coming Back. Part 1/3. (R) 4am Secrets of Chatsworth.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule.


May / June 2014

May 7pm

Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 1/3. (R 8pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 2. Rachel faces further accusations of masterminding the fatal attack on ex-lover Nick. 9pm Expressions. Brad Moore; Nathan Bonner. Guests include comic illustrator and cover art designer Brad Moore of Carbondale, Ill. and Nathan Bonner of Energy, creator of the webcomic “Indavo”. 9:30 WSIU InFocus. Patti Digh. See article on page eight. 10pm Call the Midwife 3.CC Part 7/8. (R) See 5/11 at 7pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

16 Friday

12am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Drastic Measures; Building a Garden Bed in New Mexico; Repairing a Leaky Toliet. 1am Secrets of Chatsworth.CC (R) 2am Coming Back with Wes Moore.CC Coming Back. Part 1/3. (R) 3am Nature.CC Leave It to Beavers. (R) 4am NOVA.CC Escape From Nazi Alcatraz. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 5pm WSIU InFocus. Herb Russell; L.O. Trigg. (R) See article on page eight. 5:30 See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Washington Week.CC 7:30 Illinois Lawmakers.CC Spring 2014, Session 3. See article on page seven. 8pm American Masters.CC Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton As Himself. See photo spotlight on this page. 9:30 Front and Center.CC Preservation Hall Jazz Band. 10:30 Sun Studio Sessions.CC Ben Sollee. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

17 Saturday

12am Washington Week.CC (R) 12:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC 1am American Masters.CC Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton as Himself. (R) 2:30 Our American Family: The Smiths.CC (R) 3am Nazi Mega Weapons.CC Fortress Berlin. (R) 4am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Drastic Measures; Building a Garden Bed in New Mexico; Repairing a Leaky Toliet. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 3pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 1/3. (R) 4pm Nature.CC Leave It to Beavers. (R)

AMERICAN MASTERS: PLIMPTON!

5/16, 8pm • Photo: Freddy Plimpton/ Laemmle Zeller Films Journey through the tall-tale life of participatory journalist George Plimpton: The Paris Review cofounder, amateur sportsman, and actor. This new film from American Masters shares Plimpton’s experiences using his own narration, interviews, and previously unseen material.

5pm NOVA.CC Escape From Nazi Alcatraz. (R) See 5/14 at 8pm. 6pm MotorWeek.CC 6:30 On Story.CC Frank Darabont: Filmmaker’s Journey. Frank Darabont (The Shawshank Redemption) discusses adapting works by Stephen King. Followed by Jeffrey DeChausse’s short film, Anniversario. 7pm Lawrence Welk Show.CC Salute to the Armed Forces. 8pm Globe Trekker.CC Great Australian Hikes. Zay embarks on five of Australia’s greatest hikes including Mount Bishop and Clerk in Maria Island, the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, and Lamington National Park in Queensland. 9pm Masterpiece Mystery!CC Miss Marple V: The Secret of Chimneys. The search for a missing dignitary reveals an unsolved murder that might be connected to a mysterious diamond theft. Part 2/3. 10:30 Austin City Limits.CC Vampire Weekend; Grizzly Bear. 11:30 Jammin at Hippie Jack’s. The Jompson Brothers. (NEW)

18 Sunday

12am NOVA.CC Escape from Nazi Alcatraz. (R)

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1am Frontline.CC United States of Secrets. Part 1/2. (R) 3am Independent Lens.CC Let the Fire Burn. (R) 4:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule 9:30 Scholastic Hi-Q. Carbondale vs. Nashville. (R) 10am See Daytime Schedule. 1:30 WSIU InFocus Patti Digh. (R) See article on page eight. 2pm History Detectives.CC Civil War Bridge; Scottsboro Boys Stamp; Duke Ellington Plates. 3pm Navy Heroes of Normandy.CC On June 6, 1944, more than 52,000 American sailors participated in the largest amphibious and landing assault operation in history. This film spotlights a group of Navy veterans who set out to ensure that the crucial role they played would never be forgotten. 4pm Day of Days: June 6, 1944.CC To commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day, four veterans recount their experiences at the Museum of World War II outside of Boston. 5pm Scholastic Hi-Q. Centralia vs. O’Fallon. 5:30 Expressions. Brad Moore; Nathan Bonner. (R) See 5/15 at 9pm. 6pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 2. (R) See 5/15 at 8pm. 7pm Call the Midwife 3.CC Chummy nurses her dying mother at home. Shelagh enters her choir into a competition. Part 8/8. 8pm Masterpiece Classic.CC Mr. Selfridge 2. Justice is served, and so is romance, as soldiers return, others leave for the front, and all at Selfridges keep calm and carry on. Part 8/8. 10pm Last Tango in Halifax 1.CC Celia and Alan decide to hold their civil ceremony at an eerie medieval hall near Halifax. While visiting the building, a storm knocks out the electricity and traps them inside. Part 3/6. 11pm Doctor Who.CC The Almost People. (R) See 5/13 at 10pm.

19 Monday

12am Call the Midwife 3.CC Part 8/8. (R) 1am Masterpiece Classic.CC Mr. Selfridge 2. Part 8/8. (R) 3am American Masters.CC Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton as Himself. (R) 4:30 Driven to Ride.CC


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5am 7pm

See Daytime Schedule. Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 2/3. 8pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Greatest Gifts. 9pm P.S. Illinois: The Paul Simon Story, A Life of Uncommon Courage. CC Written and produced by Jak Tichenor, this film chronicles former U.S. Senator Paul Simon’s life and career in journalism, politics, public service, and academia. 10pm Austin City Limits.CC Vampire Weekend; Grizzly Bear. (R) 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

20 Tuesday

12am Antiques Roadshow.CC Greatest Gifts. (R) 1am Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 2/3. (R) 2am Call the Midwife 3.CC Part 8/8. (R) 3am Masterpiece Classic.CC Mr. Selfridge 2. Part 8/8. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Coming Back with Wes Moore. CC Fitting In. Moore explores the notion of identity – how it’s altered during deployment and altered again on the return home. Part 2/3. 8pm Escape from a Nazi Death Camp. CC This program marks the 70th anniversary of the bloody breakout of 300 Jewish prisoners from the remote Nazi death camp of Sobibor. 9pm Frontline.CC United States of Secrets. Frontline explores the role of Silicon Valley in the National Security Agency’s dragnet. Part 2/2. 10pm Doctor Who.CC A Good Man Goes to War. The Doctor calls in his debts across the cosmos, while his enemies use his closest friends to trap him. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

21 Wednesday

12am Coming Back with Wes Moore.CC Fitting In. Part 2/3. (R) 1am Escape from a Nazi Death Camp. CC (R) 2am Frontline.CC United States of Secrets. Part 2/2. (R) 3am Independent Lens.CC God Loves Uganda. 4:30 Driven to Ride.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Nature.CC The Gathering Swarms. Nature explores swarm intelligence, a phenomenon in which individual intelligence is superseded by a collective consciousness that moves for the benefit of all.

May 8pm NOVA.CC Bombing Hitler’s Dams. Learn about the revolutionary bouncing bomb and the WWII bombers who destroyed two dams in Germany’s industrial heartland. 10pm Globe Trekker.CC Great Australian Hikes. (R) See 5/17 at 8pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

22 Thursday

12am Civil War: The Untold Story.CC Death Knell of the Confederacy. Part 4/5. 1am NOVA.CC Bombing Hitler’s Dams. (R) 3am Coming Back with Wes Moore.CC Fitting In. Part 2/3. (R) 4am Nature.CC The Gathering Swarms. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 2/3. (R) 8pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 3. A wealthy man’s mysterious double life leads to his murder. 9pm Expressions. Sophiya Park; Mel Watkin. Metal designer Sophiya Park of Korea and artist Mel Watkin of Cobden, Ill. share how trees inspire their work. 9:30 WSIU InFocus. Dogs/Vets. See article on page eight. 10pm Call the Midwife 3.CC Part 8/8. (R) See 5/18 at 7pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

23 Friday

12am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Getting to Work; Replacing a Kitchen Faucet with a Hands-Free Model; Installing a Channel Drain to Divert Rainwater. 1am Antiques Roadshow.CC Greatest Gifts. (R) 2am Escape from a Nazi Death Camp. CC (R) 3am Unsung Heroes: The Story of America’s Female Patriots.CC Part 1/2. 4am Unsung Heroes: The Story of America’s Female Patriots.CC Part 2/2. 5am See Daytime Schedule. 5pm WSIU InFocus. Patti Digh. See article on page eight. 5:30 See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Washington Week.CC 7:30 Illinois Lawmakers.CC Spring 2014, Session 4. See article on page seven. 8pm Great Performances at the Met. CC Rusalka. Renee Fleming stars in Dvorak’s soulful fairy-tale opera. Piotr Beczala co-stars as the Prince. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

24 Saturday

12am Washington Week.CC (R) 12:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC 1am In Performance at the White House.CC Women of Soul. 2am In Performance at the White House.CC Memphis Soul. 3am Escape from a Nazi Death Camp. CC (R) 4am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Getting to Work; Replacing a Kitchen Faucet with a Hands-Free Model; Installing a Channel Drain to Divert Rainwater. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 3pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 2/3. (R) 4pm NOVA.CC Bombing Hitler’s Dams. (R) 6pm See Daytime Schedule. 6:30 OnStory.CC Alien: Deconstructing a Sci-Fi Classic. 7pm Lawrence Welk Show.CC Concert in the Park. 8pm Globe Trekker.CC Indonesia: Java & Sumatra. Megan travels to Java and Sumatra in the Indonesian archipelago to learn about the region’s arts, including shadow puppets and the ancient art of batik. 9pm Masterpiece Mystery!CC Miss Marple V: The Blue Geranium. While visiting an old friend, Miss Marple (Julia McKenzie) discovers new evidence concerning the Blue Geranium murder case. Part 3/3. 10:30 Austin City Limits.CC Mumford and Sons; Flogging Molly. 11:30 Jammin at Hippie Jack’s.CC Guy Clark.

25 Sunday

12am NOVA.CC Bombing Hitler’s Dams. (R) 2am Frontline.CC United States of Secrets. Part 2/2. (R) 3am Coming Back with Wes Moore.CC Fitting In. Part 2/3. (R) 4am Washington Week.CC (R) 4:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule 9:30 Scholastic Hi-Q. Centralia vs. O’Fallon. (R) 10am See Daytime Schedule. 1:30 WSIU InFocus. Dogs/Vets. (R) See article on page eight. 2pm Shelter Me.CC Katherine Heigl hosts this film about the joy pets bring to those who adopt them. 3pm War Letters: American Experience.CC This collection of letters explores the love and hopes of soldiers and their families.


May / June 2014

May 4pm

National Geographic Bee 2014. CC Top students vie for a $50,000 college scholarship in this annual contest. Soledad O’Brien hosts. 5pm Scholastic Hi-Q. Carbondale vs. O’Fallon: Championship. (ENDS) 5:30 Expressions. Sophiya Park; Mel Watkin. (R) See 5/22 at 9pm. 6pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 3. (R) See 5/22 at 8pm. 7pm National Memorial Day Concert 2014.CC Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise co-host the 25th anniversary broadcast of this salute to veterans. 8:30 National Memorial Day Concert 2014.CC (R) See today at 7pm. 10pm Last Tango In Halifax 1.CC Gillian and Caroline bond as the search for their parents continues. Part 4/6. 11pm Doctor Who.CC A Good Man Goes to War. (R) See 5/20 at 10pm.

26 Monday

12am Caught in the Sweep of History: Egypt in the Civil War.CC The First Year: 1861-1862. 12:30 National Memorial Day Concert 2014.CC (R) 2am National Geographic Bee 2014. CC (R) 3am Day of Days: June 6, 1944.CC (R) 4am Escape from a Nazi Death Camp. CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 10:30 Monkey Monkey Music Special. CC Children count odd numbers and search for musical notes. 11am Monkey Monkey Music: Let’s All Make A Circle.CC Young children play “air guitar” and dance with multicolored fruits and vegetables. 11:30 See Daytime Schedule. 5:30 Caught in the Sweep of History: Egypt in the Civil War.CC The First Year: 1861-1862. This film tells the story of Little Egypt’s involvement in the Civil War. (R) 6pm See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 3/3. 8pm Death and the Civil War: American Experience.CC Director Ric Burns explores the immense and varied implications of the Civil War’s staggering death toll. 10pm Portraits for the Home Front: The Story of Elizabeth Black. CC Meet artist Elizabeth Black (1912-1983) whose WWII service in the Red Cross included sketching images of soldiers for their families. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

27 Tuesday

12am Death and the Civil War: American Experience.CC (R) 2am National Memorial Day Concert 2014.CC (R) 3:30 Go Public: A Day in the Life of An American School District.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Coming Back with Wes Moore.CC Moving Forward. Moore examines the strong drive veterans have for a new mission at home. Part 3/3. 8pm D-Day Uncovered.CC LiDAR technology is used to re-create the D-Day battlefield. 9pm Frontline.CC To Catch a Trader. Learn about the largest insider trading scandal in U.S. history. 10pm Doctor Who.CC Let’s Kill Hitler. In search of Melody Pond, the TARDIS crash lands in 1930’s Berlin. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

28 Wednesday

12am Coming Back with Wes Moore.CC Moving Forward. Part 3/3. (R) 1am D-Day Uncovered.CC (R) 2am Frontline.CC To Catch a Trader. (R) 3am Death and the Civil War: American Experience.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Nature.CC American Eagle. Neil Rettig offers an intimate portrait of these majestic raptors. 8pm NOVA.CC D-Day’s Sunken Secrets. NOVA joins archaeologists for an underwater exploration of the seabed bordering D-Day beaches. 10pm Globe Trekker.CC Indonesia: Java & Sumatra. (R) See 5/24 at 8pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

29 Thursday

12am Civil War: The Untold Story.CC With Malice Toward None. Part 5/5. 1am NOVA.CC D-Day’s Sunken Secrets. (R) 3am Coming Back with Wes Moore.CC Moving Forward. Part 3/3. (R) 4am D-Day Uncovered.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 3/3. (R) 8pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 4. Janet receives surprising new details about a murder from the victim’s troubled daughter. 9pm Lincoln Laureates 2013. Honorees include Brenda Barnes, William Hammer, Timothy Johnson, Robert Lane, Robert Ontiveros, and Chad Pregracke.

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10pm Secrets of Chatsworth.CC (R) See 5/11 at 9pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

30 Friday

12am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Built for Speed; Installing a Pre-hung Front Door; Using Big Containers for Screening and Shading. 1am Antiques Roadshow.CC Richmond. Part 3/3. (R) 2am Nature.CC American Eagle. (R) 3am NOVA.CC D-Day’s Sunken Secrets. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 5pm WSIU InFocus. Dogs/Vets. (R) See article on page eight. 5:30 See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Washington Week.CC 7:30 Illinois Lawmakers.CC Spring 2014, Session 5. See article on page seven. 8pm 2013 Blues Music Awards. CC Janiva Magness and Curtis Salgado are among the blues greats honored at this awards ceremony. 9:30 Front and Center.CC Buddy Guy. 10:30 Sun Studio Sessions.CC Spirit Family Reunion. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

31 Saturday

12am Joseph Campbell & The Power of Myth with Bill Moyers.CC 5am See Daytime Schedule. 9am 30 Days To a Younger Heart with Dr. Steven Masley, MD.CC Learn three ways to reverse the onset of aging and disease. 10:30 ADD & Mastering It!CC Patrick McKenna introduces practical tips for managing one’s ADD or ADHD. 12pm See Daytime Schedule. 2pm Rick Steves’ Italy: Cities of Dreams.CC Rick Steves tours Rome, Venice, and Florence. 4pm Joy Bauer’s Food Remedies.CC Explore healthy shopping and food options with dietician Joy Bauer. 5:30 Daniel O’Donnell From the Heartland.CC Enjoy new and favorite tunes from Irish crooner Daniel O’Donnell. 7pm 50s & 60s Party Songs (My Music).CC See page two. 9pm Billy Joel: A Matter of Trust: The Bridge to Russia – The Concert. CC Revisit this historic 1987 concert recorded in Moscow and Leningrad. 10:30 The Grateful Dead – Dead Ahead. CC Travel back to October 1980 for this Grateful Dead concert from Radio City Music Hall.


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NOTE: Pledge specials on June 1-8 subject to change after guide goes to press. For updates, check our online schedule at wsiu.org or contact TV Programming at (618) 453-6169, wsiutv@wsiu.org.

1 Sunday

12:30 3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman, MD.CC 2:30 Rick Steves’ Festive Europe.CC 3am Frontline.CC To Catch a Trader. (R) 4am Washington Week.CC (R) 4:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC 5am See Daytime Schedule. 9:30 Scholastic Hi-Q. Carbondale vs. O’Fallon: Championship. (R) (ENDS) 10am Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You.CC Financial expert Suze Orman shares how to make smarter choices towards an economically secure future. Topics include investing, retirement, and loans. 12pm McLaughlin Group.CC 12:30 Market to Market.CC 1pm Heal Yourself: Mind Over Medicine with Lissa Rankin, MD.CC Dr. Lissa Rankin shares her groundbreaking research into the power of the mind to activate the body’s innate ability to self repair. 2:30 Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen, RN.CC Psychiatrist Daniel Amen and his wife, Tana, discuss the myths and misconceptions about ADD, the different types of ADD, and natural ways to heal the condition. 4:30 BrainChange with David Perlmutter, MD.CC Neurologist David Perlmutter explains how carbs destroy the brain and health. 6pm Lent at Ephesus.CC Experience the celestial voices of the Benedictines of Mary, a monastic order of nuns in rural Missouri crowned by Billboard magazine as the Top Traditional Classical Album Artist for two years straight. 7pm Classical Rewind (My Music).CC Experience the beauty, romance, and power of musical masterpieces set to iconic images of nature, fantasy, historical locations, architecture, and art. 8:30 Yanni: World Without Borders. CC Travel the world with the composer/performer whose music speaks to people of all races and nations. This behind-the-scenes special follows Yanni and his orchestra as they perform concerts in more than two dozen countries.

June 10pm 3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman, MD.CC Dr. Joel Fuhrman directly addresses the crisis of obesity and chronic disease plaguing America. (R) 11:30 Billy Joel: A Matter of Trust – The Bridge to Russia – The Concert. CC (R) See 5/31 at 9pm.

2 Monday 1am

Brenda Watson’s Heart of Perfect Health.CC 3am Nature.CC American Eagle. (R) 4am Coming Back with Wes Moore.CC Moving Forward. Part 3/3. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You.CC (R) See 6/1 at 10am. 9pm The British Beat (My Music).CC Petula Clark hosts this program featuring rare archival full-length performance films mixed with new live performances recorded throughout the UK. Among the artists showcased are the Zombies, the Animals, and Herman’s Hermits. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

3 Tuesday

12am Dr. Wayne Dyer – Wishes Fulfilled.CC 3am D-Day Uncovered.CC (R) 4am Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Phoenix. 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Peter, Paul and Mary: Carry It On: A Musical Legacy.CC Share in the 40-year career of Peter Yarrow, Noel Paul Stookey, and Mary Travers whose folk melodies became part of the soundtrack of the early 1960s. 9pm Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers 1966-1969 (My Music).CC Enjoy historic musical performances from superstars of the 1960s pop-rock era on The Ed Sullivan Show. Sing along to vintage performances by the Mamas & the Papas, the Rolling Stones, the Beach Boys, and Creedance Clearwater Revival. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

4 Wednesday

12am 30 Days to a Younger Heart with Dr. Steven Masley, MD.CC (R) 1:30 ADD & Mastering It!CC (R) 3am Independent Lens.CC How to Survive a Plague. 4:30 Caught in the Sweep of History: Egypt in the Civil War.CC The First Year: 1861-1862. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule.

7pm

Earthflight, A Nature Special Presentation.CC Flying High. Learn more about the extraordinary relationships between people and birds and get a behind-the-scenes look at the tools used to create the Earthflight series, from microlights and paragliders to drones and camera-carrying birds. Part 6/6. 8:30 Easy Yoga: The Secret to Strength & Balance with Peggy Cappy.CC Peggy Cappy demonstrates how yoga can help increase range of motion, improve awareness of the body, help prevent bone loss, and stabilize metabolism. 9:30 Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen, RN.CC (R) See 6/1 at 2:30pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

5 Thursday

12am Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You.CC (R) 2am Lent at Ephesus.CC (R) 3am Hallowed Grounds.CC 4am Objects and Memory.CC 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm 50s & 60s Party Songs (My Music).CC (R) See 5/31 at 7pm. 9pm Joy Bauer’s Food Remedies.CC (R) See 5/31 at 4pm. 10:30 Rick Steves’ Delicious Europe. CC America’s favorite travel guide savors classic European cuisine – from garlicky snails and handmade mozzarella to savory bouillabaisse and hearty wurst. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

6 Friday

12am Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen, RN. CC (R) 1:30 Heal Yourself: Mind Over Medicine with Lissa Rankin, MD.CC (R) 3am NOVA.CC D-Day’s Sunken Secrets. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 5pm WSIU InFocus. Depression-Era Art. Mary Emma Thompson of Westfield, Ill. leads a tour of Depression-era art in southern Illinois post offices. We also learn the history of the Sun and Raven Totem Pole at the SIU Museum. 5:30 See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Washington Week.CC 7:30 Newsline.CC 8pm 30 Days to a Younger Heart with Dr. Steven Masley, MD.CC (R) See 5/31 at 9am.


May / June 2014

June 9:30 Happy.CC Director Roko Belic travels from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what makes people happy. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

7 Saturday

12am The Grateful Dead – Dead Ahead. CC (R) 2am Easy Yoga: The Secret to Strength & Balance with Peggy Cappy.CC (R) 3am Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen, RN.CC (R) 9am Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen, RN.CC (R) See 6/1 at 2:30pm. 11am Easy Yoga: The Secret to Strength and Balance with Peggy Cappy.CC (R) See 6/4 at 8:30pm. 12pm See Daytime Schedule. 2pm 50s & 60s Party Songs (My Music).CC (R) See 5/31 at 7pm. 4pm Big Band Years.CC Peter Marshall hosts this program about the music that brought America through WWII and kickstarted the baby boom. 6pm Peter, Paul and Mary: Carry It On: A Musical Legacy.CC (R) See 6/3 at 7pm. 8pm Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen, RN.CC (R) See 6/1 at 2:30pm. 10pm He Touched Me: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley.CC The intensity of Elvis Presley’s love and devotion for gospel music is revealed through vintage photos, interviews, and video footage of his seldom-seen gospel performances. 11:30 Yanni: World Without Borders.CC (R) See 6/1 at 8:30pm.

8 Sunday 1am

Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You.CC (R) 3am Hallowed Grounds.CC (R) 4am Washington Week.CC (R) 4:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC 5am See Daytime Schedule. 9:30 Easy Yoga: The Secret to Strength and Balance with Peggy Cappy.CC (R) See 6/4 at 8:30pm. 10:30 30 Days to a Younger Heart with Dr. Steven Masley, MD.CC (R) See 5/31 at 9am. 12pm See Daytime Schedule. 1pm Rick Steves’ Italy: Cities of Dreams.CC (R) See 5/31 at 2pm. 3pm 3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman, MD.CC (R) See 6/1 at 10pm. 3:30 Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You.CC (R) See 6/1 at 10am.

5:30

Classical Rewind (My Music).CC (R) See 6/1 at 7pm. 7pm Ed Sullivan’s Top Performers 1966-1969 (My Music).CC (R) See 6/3 at 9pm. 9pm BrainChange with David Perlmutter, MD.CC (R) See 6/1 at 4:30pm. 10:30 The Happiness Advantage with Shawn Achor.CC Learn how positive thinking helps the brain become more creative, energetic, resilient, and productive.

9 Monday

12am Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen, MD and Tana Amen, RN. CC (R) 2am Lent at Ephesus.CC (R) 3am Mariachi High – PBS Arts.CC 4am Music Makes a City.CC 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage San Francisco. Find out how an Eskimo hunting helmet has swelled in value from $65,000 to $125,000. 8pm Brazil with Michael Palin.CC Out of Africa. See article on page five. Part 1/4. 9pm Brazil with Michael Palin.CC Into Amazonia. See article on page five. Part 2/4. 10pm Austin City Limits.CC Tim McGraw. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

10 Tuesday

12am Brazil with Michael Palin.CC Out of Africa. Part 1/4. (R) 1am Brazil with Michael Palin.CC Into Amazonia. Part 2/4. (R) 2am Secrets of the Manor House.CC 3am How Sherlock Changed the World.CC 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Secrets of the Dead.CC Lost in the Amazon. In 1925, Colonel Percy Fawcett, Jack Fawcett, and Raleigh Rimmell vanished while searching for an ancient city in the Brazilian jungle. Modern day explorer Niall McCann sets out to find the truth behind their disappearance. 8pm Brazil with Michael Palin.CC The Road to Rio. See article on page five. Part 3/4. 9pm Brazil with Michael Palin.CC The Deep South. See article on page five. Part 4/4. 10pm Doctor Who.CC Night Terrors. The Doctor receives a distress call from the scariest place in the Universe – a child’s bedroom. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

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11 Wednesday

12am Secrets of the Dead.CC Lost in the Amazon. (R) 1am Brazil with Michael Palin.CC The Road to Rio. Part 3/4. (R) 2am Brazil with Michael Palin.CC The Deep South. Part 4/4. (R) 3am Music Makes a City.CC (R) 4am Mariachi High – PBS Arts.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Nature.CC Fortress of the Bears. Nature travels to Alaska’s Admiralty Island to explore the delicate balance of the interconnected lives of bears, trees, and salmon. 8pm NOVA.CC Earth From Space. NOVA takes data from earth-observing satellites and transforms it into dazzling visual sequences, each one exposing the intricate web of forces that sustains life on earth. 10pm John Glenn: A Life of Service.CC This program chronicles American legend John Glenn’s military, NASA, and political careers through archival footage and interviews with lawmakers, journalists, historians, and colleagues. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

12 Thursday

12am Finding Your Roots.CC Harry Connick Jr.; Branford Marsalis. Part 1/10. 1am NOVA.CC Earth From Space. (R) 3am Secrets of the Dead.CC Lost in the Amazon. (R) 4am Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage San Francisco. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage San Francisco. (R) See 6/9 at 7pm. 8pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 5. Rachel realizes her marriage to Sean is a mistake. As the investigation into Joe Bevan continues, the body count rises. 9pm Masterpiece Mystery!CC Endeavour I: Girl. Morse (Shaun Evans) and Thursday (Roger Allam) investigate burgled gas meters, the death of a young secretarial student, and a string of Post Office robberies. Part 1/4. 10:30 Rick Steves’ Europe.CC Belfast and the Best of Northern Ireland. Rick Steves tours bustling Belfast, goes wild in Portrush, Ulster’s Coney Island, and stomps his feet to Irish music in Derry. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC


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June 4pm

13 Friday

12am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Go with the Flow: Replacing a Leaky Skylight; Repairing a Noisy Toilet. 1am Masterpiece Mystery!CC Endeavour I: Girl. Part 1/4. (R) 2:30 NOVA.CC Earth From Space. (R) 4:30 Sky Island.CC 5am See Daytime Schedule. 5pm WSIU InFocus. Doris Kearns Goodwin. See article on page eight. 5:30 See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Washington Week.CC 7:30 Newsline.CC 8pm Great Performances at the Met.CC Lucia Di Lammermoor. Natalie Dessay triumphed as the fragile heroine of Donizetti’s masterpiece on Opening Night of the Met’s 2007-08 season in Mary Zimmerman’s hit production. Now she returns to the role of the innocent young woman driven to madness, opposite Joseph Calleja, who sings her lover Edgardo. 10:30 Sun Studio Sessions.CC Houndmouth. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

14 Saturday

12am Washington Week.CC (R) 12:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC 1am Great Performances.CC Tanglewood 75th Anniversary Celebration – PBS Arts. 3am Nature.CC Fortress of the Bears. (R) 4am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Go with the Flow: Replacing a Leaky Skylight; Repairing a Noisy Toilet. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 3pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage San Francisco. (R) See 6/9 at 7pm. 4pm NOVA.CC Earth From Space. (R) See 6/11 at 8pm. 6pm MotorWeek.CC 6:30 TBA. 7pm Lawrence Welk Show.CC My Blue Heaven. 8pm Globe Trekker.CC Central Japan. In Kyoto, Megan meditates with a Buddhist monk, is entertained at a banquet by geishas, and visits the Toji Buddhist Temple, a World Heritage site. She also makes a stop in Osaka’s Cat Café, visits the site of a famous Samurai battle in Sekigahara, and sails to the remote island of Sado to attend the Nada Fighting Festival.

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY: THE ESCAPE ARTIST

6/15 & 6/22, 8pm • Photo: BBC One David Tennant stars as a brilliant defense lawyer with a storybook family and a potent nickname, “The Escape Artist,” for his ability to spring the obviously guilty. Then he gets a trial that changes his life forever. This gripping thriller costars Sophie Okonedo as the hero’s rival, along with a bevy of ambitious attorneys and one unnerving defendant.

9pm

Masterpiece Mystery!CC Endeavour I: Fugue. Morse (Shaun Evans) and Thursday (Roger Allam) investigate a string of Oxford homicides. Could Morse’s love of opera help solve the case? Part 2/4. 10:30 Austin City Limits.CC The Lumineers; Shovels & Rope. 11:30 Jammin at Hippie Jack’s.CC Elizabeth Cook.

15 Sunday

12am NOVA.CC Earth from Space. (R) 2am Brazil with Michael Palin.CC Out of Africa. Part 1/4. (R) 3am Brazil with Michael Palin.CC Into Amazonia. Part 2/4. (R) 4am Washington Week.CC (R) 4:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule 1:30 WSIU InFocus. Richard Jurek. (R) See article on page eight. 2pm History Detectives.CC Lauste Film Clip; Baker’s Gold; Transatlantic Cable. Lauste Film Clip. 3pm California Forever.CC The History of California State Parks. This program recalls the dramatic history and scenic beauty of California state parks – the largest and most diverse state park system in the nation. Part 1/2.

California Forever.CC Parks for the Future. Population growth, the decline of native plants and animals, and climate change are posing serious challenges to the integrity of parks, now and in the future. Part 2/2. 5pm Heartland Highways.CC (NEW) 5:30 Expressions. Wanakee Pugh. (R) See 5/1 at 9pm. 6pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 5. (R) See 6/12 at 8pm. 7pm Secrets of Scotland Yard.CC Contemporary sleuths of Scotland Yard reveal the secrets of becoming a modern-day Sherlock Holmes. 8pm Masterpiece Mystery!CC The Escape Artist. See spotlight on this page. Part 1/2. 9:30 Rick Steves’ Europe.CC England’s Bath & York. Rick Steves explores Roman hot springs, cruises quiet canals, marvels at England’s finest Gothic church, and gets a surprising dose of Viking history. 10pm Last Tango in Halifax.CC Season 1. Caroline throws herself into her new relationship, upsetting her mother and her estranged husband. Alan, unable to decide which of two friends should be his best man, asks both. Part 5/6. 11pm Doctor Who.CC Night Terrors. (R) See 6/10 at 10pm.

16 Monday

12am Rick Steves’ Europe.CC Normandy: War-Torn Yet Full of Life. 12:30 Masterpiece Mystery!CC The Escape Artist. Part 1/2. (R) 2am Brazil with Michael Palin.CC The Road to Rio. Part 3/4. (R) 3am Brazil with Michael Palin.CC The Deep South. Part 4/4. (R) 4am Independent Lens.CC The New Black. 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Providence. This Roadshow flashback tracks memorable items such as a late 19th-century Maurice Brazil Prendergast color monotype. 8pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Houston. Roadshow revisits key items, including a 19th-century Chinese jade scepter now worth $50,000 to $80,000. 9pm American Pharaoh.CC See article on page five. 10pm Austin City Limits.CC The Lumineers; Shovels & Rope. (R) 11pm Charlie Rose.CC


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17 Tuesday

12am American Pharaoh.CC (R) 1am Independent Lens.CC The New Black. (R) 2am Secrets of Scotland Yard.CC (R 3am Masterpiece Mystery!CC The Escape Artist. Part 1/2. (R) 4:30 Sky Island.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm PBS Previews: The Roosevelts. CC Patricia Clarkson hosts this exclusive preview of Ken Burns’s upcoming film, The Roosevelts. 7:30 WSIU InFocus. Freedom Riders. Original Freedom Riders Tom Armstrong of Naperville, Ill. and the late Genevieve Houghton of Carbondale, talk with Jak Tichenor about their experiences as civil rights activists in the early 1960s. 8pm Freedom Riders: American Experience.CC Hear the inspiring story of an integrated band of over 400 college students who decided to risk everything and travel together by bus through the Deep South to protest Jim Crow laws. 10pm Doctor Who.CC The Girl Who Waited. Amy is trapped in a quarantine facility for victims of an alien plague – a plague that will kill the Doctor in a day. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

18 Wednesday

12am PBS Previews: The Roosevelts. CC (R) 12:30 WSIU InFocus. Freedom Riders. (R) 1am Freedom Riders: American Experience.CC (R) 3am American Pharaoh.CC (R) 4am Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Houston. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Nature.CC Great Zebra Exodus. Accompany 20,000 zebra stallions, their mares, and their young on their annual migration across Botswana’s Kalarahi Desert. 8pm NOVA.CC At the Edge of Space. See photo spotlight on this page. 9pm Into Deep Space: The Birth of the Alma Observatory.CC Trace the engineering, construction, and scientific discoveries of the most powerful observatory on Earth – the ALMA telescope located in the Chilean Andes. 10pm Globe Trekker.CC Central Japan. (R) See 6/14 at 8pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

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NOVA: AT THE EDGE OF SPACE 6/18, 8pm • Photo: NASA

Between the blue sky above us and the infinite blackness of space lies a frontier full of enigmas that scientists have only just begun to investigate. NOVA probes the earth-space boundary zone, home to some of nature’s most puzzling phenomena, including shimmering aurora, streaking meteors, and fleeting flashes that shoot upwards through thunderclouds, known as sprites.

19 Thursday

12am Finding Your Roots.CC Cory Booker; John Lewis. Part 2/10. 1am NOVA.CC At the Edge of Space. (R) 2am Hawking.CC 3am Freedom Riders: American Experience.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Providence. (R) See 6/16 at 7pm. 8pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 6. Janet and Rachel are called in to investigate the suspicious death of care home resident, Gerald French. 9pm Expressions. Kris Killman; Abraham Hunter. Kris Killman, watercolorist from Marion, Ill., and Abraham Hunter, wildlife artist from Goreville, Ill., share their love for painting and photography. 9:30 WSIU InFocus. Freedom Riders. (R) See 6/17 at 7:30pm. 10pm Secrets of Scotland Yard.CC (R) See 6/15 at 7pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

20 Friday

12am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Stories from Sea Level; Planting a Maple Tree; Working on an Underground Bathroom.

Masterpiece Mystery!CC Endeavour I: Fugue. Part 2/4. (R) 2:30 Nature.CC Great Zebra Exodus. (R) 3:30 NOVA.CC At the Edge of Space. (R) 4:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts. CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 5pm WSIU InFocus. Richard Jurek. (R) See article on page eight. 5:30 See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Washington Week.CC 7:30 Newsline.CC 8pm The Wages of Spin: Dick Clark, American Bandstand and the Payola Scandals.CC Get an insiders look at the evolution of American Bandstand. The film also takes on the controversial payola scandals of the time period and Dick Clark’s testimony before Congress. 9pm American Masters.CC Tanaquil Le Clercq: Afternoon of a Faun. Hear the riveting story of dancer Tanaquil Le Clercq, the muse of both George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins. Struck down by polio at age 27, she became paralyzed from the waist down, but refused to give up her artistic life. 10:30 Sun Studio Sessions.CC J.D. McPherson. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

21 Saturday

12am Washington Week.CC (R) 12:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC 1am Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America.CC 2am American Masters.CC Tanaquil Le Clercq: Afternoon of a Faun. (R) 3:30 Sky Island.CC (R) 4am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; Stories from Sea Level; Planting a Maple Tree; Working on an Underground Bathroom. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 3pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Providence. (R) See 6/16 at 7pm. 4pm Nature.CC Great Zebra Exodus. (R) See 6/18 at 7pm. 5pm NOVA.CC At the Edge of Space. (R) See 6/18 at 8pm. 6pm MotorWeek.CC 6:30 TBA. 7pm Lawrence Welk Show.CC Summer Sounds. 8pm Globe Trekker.CC Food Hour: Story of Tea. Travel to Asia, England, and Africa to uncover the story of how tea spread from China to capture the taste of the world.


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Masterpiece Mystery!CC Endeavour I: Rocket. A royal visit to a family-owned munitions factory begins as a proud occasion for the people of Oxford, but the joyous day ends with murder. Part 3/4. 10:30 Austin City Limits.CC Raphael Saadiq; Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears. 11:30 Jammin at Hippie Jack’s.CC Verlon Thompson.

22 Sunday

12am NOVA.CC At the Edge of Space. (R) 1am Freedom Riders: American Experience.CC (R) 3am American Pharaoh.CC (R) 4am Washington Week.CC (R) 4:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule 1:30 WSIU InFocus. Freedom Riders. (R) See 6/17 at 7:30pm. 2pm History Detectives.CC Andrew Jackson’s Mouth; Barton Letter; Spybook. 3pm Rick Steves’ Europe.CC Andalucia: The Best of Southern Spain. Steves explores Andalucia’s rich mix of culture, cuisine, history, and natural wonders. 4pm Richard Bangs’ Adventures with Purpose Hong Kong: Quest for the Dragon.CC Adventurer Richard Bangs ventures into the heart of Hong Kong to discover what forces drive a city in which the spiritual concept of chi and the worldly concept of wealth coexist. 5pm Heartland Highways.CC 5:30 Expressions. Kris Killman; Abraham Hunter. (R) See 6/19 at 9pm. 6pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 6. (R) See 6/19 at 8pm. 7pm Secrets of Underground London. CC Get a chronological look at the natural and man-made wonders beneath London, including the lost river fleet, the Brunel Tunnel, and the Churchill War Rooms. 8pm Masterpiece Mystery!CC The Escape Artist. See spotlight on page 24. Part 2/2. 9:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts.CC (R) See 6/17 at 7pm. 10pm Last Tango in Halifax.CC Season 1. The wedding is called off after Celia reacts badly to learning that Caroline is gay. After Alan suffers a heart attack, Celia rushes to his side and patches things up. Part 6/6. 11pm Doctor Who.CC The Girl Who Waited. (R) See 6/17 at 10pm.

June

23 Monday

25 Wednesday

12am Masterpiece Mystery!CC The Escape Artist. Part 2/2. (R) 1:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts.CC (R) 2am Frederick Law Olmsted: Designing America.CC (R) 3am American Masters.CC Tanaquil Le Clercq: Afternoon of a Faun. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Tampa. Highlights from the Tampa Roadshow archive include a Louis Comfort Tiffany lamp with a “Rose Helmut” shade, ca. 1905. 8pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Atlanta. See how the value of Roadshow Atlanta’s discoveries have fared since 1997, including an 1841 letter by Abraham Lincoln originally assessed at $125,000 and now valued at $60,000 to $80,000. 9pm POV.CC When I Walk. Follow Jason DaSilva’s life-affirming journey to survive and thrive after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of 25. 10:30 Sun Studio Sessions.CC Devon Allman. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

12am The March.CC (R) 1am Freedom Summer: American Experience.CC (R) 3am POV.CC When I Walk. (R) 4:30 Sky Island.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Nature.CC Fabulous Frogs. Sir David Attenborough leads a tour of the weird and wonderful world of frogs, shedding new light on these charismatic, colorful, and frequently bizarre little animals. 8pm NOVA.CC Deadliest Earthquakes. Scientists travel to earthquakedevastated Haiti and Chile to gather research data that may help to prevent future disasters. 9pm Surviving the Tsunami: A NOVA Special Presentation.CC Amateur and professional video of the tsunami that struck Japan’s northern coast after a magnitude 9.0 earthquake captures the scope of the devastation along with remarkable tales of human survival. 10pm Globe Trekker.CC Food Hour: Story of Tea. (R) See 6/21 at 8pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

12am Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Atlanta. (R) 1am Hawking.CC (R) 2am Secrets of Underground London. CC (R) 3am Masterpiece Mystery!CC The Escape Artist. Part 2/2. (R) 4:30 PBS Previews: The Roosevelts. CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm The March.CC Denzel Washington narrates the compelling and dramatic story of the 1963 March on Washington, where Dr. Martin Luther King gave his stirring “I Have a Dream” speech. 8pm Freedom Summer: American Experience.CC During the summer of 1964, more than 700 student volunteers joined with organizers and local African Americans in an historic effort to fight for equality in Mississippi, the country’s most segregated state. 10pm Doctor Who.CC The God Complex. The TARDIS lands in what looks like an ordinary hotel, but the walls move, corridors twist, and rooms vanish. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

12am Finding Your Roots.CC Barbara Walters; Geoffrey Canada. Part 3/10. 1am NOVA.CC Deadliest Earthquakes. (R) 2am Surviving the Tsunami: A NOVA Special Presentation.CC (R) 3am Freedom Summer: American Experience.CC (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Tampa. (R) See 6/23 at 7pm. 8pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 7. Janet surprises Kev and Rachel in the bedroom. Syndicate 9 members are shocked to learn the identity of the spy in their midst. 9pm Expressions. Craig Rhodes. Ceramic artist Craig Rhodes of Brookport, Ill. discusses his passion for pottery. 9:30 WSIU InFocus. Dogs; Vets. See article on page eight. 10pm Secrets of Underground London. CC (R) See 6/22 at 7pm. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

24 Tuesday

26 Thursday

27 Friday

12am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; One Year Later; Preparing for Severe Weather. 1am Masterpiece Mystery!CC Endeavour I: Rocket. Part 3/4. (R)


May / June 2014

June 2:30

PBS Previews: The Roosevelts. CC (R) 3am Nature.CC Fabulous Frogs. (R) 4am NOVA.CC Deadliest Earthquakes. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 5pm WSIU InFocus. Freedom Riders. (R) See 6/17 at 7:30pm. 5:30 See Daytime Schedule. 7pm Washington Week.CC 7:30 Newsline.CC 8pm Great Performances at the Met. CC La Boheme. Italian star tenor Vittorio Grigolo is the passionate poet Rodolfo and Latvian soprano Kristine Opolais is his fragile lover, Mimi, in this lavish production of Giacomo Puccini’s popular work. 10:30 Sun Studio Sessions.CC Jimbo Mathus. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC

28 Saturday

12am Washington Week.CC (R) 12:30 Charlie Rose: The Week.CC 1am Great Performances at the Met. CC La Boheme. (R) 3:30 Sky Island.CC (R) 4am This Old House Hour.CC Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013; One Year Later; Preparing for Severe Weather. (R) 5am See Daytime Schedule. 3pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Tampa. (R) 4pm Nature.CC Fabulous Frogs. (R) 5pm NOVA.CC Deadliest Earthquakes. (R) 6pm MotorWeek.CC 6:30 TBA. 7pm Lawrence Welk Show.CC Broadway Musicals. 8pm Globe Trekker.CC Around the World: Across America: Route 66 & Beyond. Justine kicks off her Route 66 journey in Washington, DC, following the Blue Ridge Parkway to Nashville and Memphis before heading west through Arkansas, Oklahoma, and finally Arizona. 9pm Masterpiece Mystery!CC Endeavour I: Home. While studying for his upcoming sergeant’s exam, Morse (Shaun Evans) investigates the hit-and-run death of an eminent Oxford professor. Part 4/4. 10:30 Austin City Limits.CC Wilco. 11:30 Jammin at Hippie Jack’s.CC The Bart Walker Band.

29 Sunday

12am NOVA.CC Deadliest Earthquakes. (R) 1am Surviving the Tsunami: A NOVA Special Presentation.CC (R) 2am POV.CC When I Walk. (R)

3:30 4am 4:30 5am 1:30

Ribbon of Sand.CC (R) Washington Week.CC (R) Charlie Rose: The Week.CC (R) See Daytime Schedule WSIU InFocus. Dogs; Vets. (R) See article on page eight. 2pm History Detectives.CC Cromwell Dixon; Bartlett Sketchbook; Duke Ellington Plates. 3pm Something Ventured: Risk, Reward, and the Original Venture Capitalists.CC In the 1950s, visionary risk-takers Tom Perkins, Don Valentine, Arthur Rock, Dick Kramlich, and other high rollers fostered a business culture that laid the groundwork for America’s startup economy and made the success of companies like Intel, Apple, and Cisco possible. 4:30 Give It All Away: Newman’s Own Recipe for Success.CC This film traces Paul Newman’s legacy of giving through the Newman’s Own Foundation food company. To date, the foundation has distributed more than $370 million to charity. 5pm Heartland Highways.CC 5:30 Expressions. Craig Rhodes. (R) See 6/26 at 9pm. 6pm Scott & Bailey.CC Season 3, Episode 7. (R) See 6/26 at 8pm. 7pm Last Tango in Halifax.CC Season 2, Part 1/6. As Alan and Celia seize the day, Gillian spirals into a dark place as skeletons surface. (NEW SEASON) 8pm Masterpiece Mystery!CC Endeavour 2: Trove. Morse (Shaun Evans) tackles a new case involving a John Doe who plummets to his death in what appears to be a suicide. Part 1/4. (NEW SEASON) 9:30 Vicious.CC Freddie and Stuart host a splendidly awkward wake featuring meager food and liberal insults. Part 1/7. 10pm Mr. Stink.CC Hugh Bonneville voices the title character of Mr. Stink, a homeless man befriended by a lonely 12-year-old girl. 11pm Doctor Who.CC The God Complex. (R) See 6/24 at 10pm.

30 Monday

12:30 Masterpiece Mystery!CC Endeavour 2: Trove. Part 1/4. (R) 1:30 Vicious.CC Part 1/7. (R) 2am Freedom Summer: American Experience.CC (R) 4am The March.CC (R)Meg 5am See Daytime Schedule.

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Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Columbus. Highlights from Ohio include a Thomas Jefferson letter now valued over $300,000. 8pm Antiques Roadshow.CC Vintage Pittsburgh. Highlights include a gold, silver, and ruby bracelet with a value over $10,000. 9pm POV.CC American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs. Grace Lee Boggs, 98, is a Chinese American philosopher, writer, and activist in Detroit with a thick FBI file and a surprising vision of what an American revolution can be. 10:30 Sun Studio Sessions.CC Will Sexton. 11pm Charlie Rose.CC


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SPRING Community support celebration

THANK YOU! Thank you for making WSIU Radio’s 2014 Spring Community Support Celebration a tremendous success! Together we raised almost $22,000 to support the rich and diverse programming that can only be found on public radio. Community support is our most reliable source of funding, accounting for 30% of our annual budget. If you didn’t get the chance to donate during our spring drive, you can make an online pledge by clicking the “pledge & renew” button at www.wsiu.org or call our Customer Service Representative Susan Patrick at (618) 453-6184. Thank you for listening to and supporting WSIU Radio!

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SIRIS Trivia Night Fundraiser The 2nd Annual Trivia Night Fundraiser in support of the Southern Illinois Radio Information Service (SIRIS) was the place to be April 5th for a fun night of brain teasers.

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Over $350 was raised to benefit SIRIS, a service of WSIU Public Radio and Southern Illinois University Carbondale for individuals who are blind or have physical disabilities that prevent them from reading. Volunteers are always welcome to read local newspapers, deliver radios, or help with administrative tasks. If you’d like to get involved as a SIRIS volunteer, call (618) 453-2808.

Veteran radio producers The Kitchen Sisters are back with a new installment of their series Hidden Kitchens, which explores the food, folklore, and culture that creates community around the table. Among the stories: learn how small farmers in Sicily are standing up to the mob, hear the story of England’s “Turnspit Dogs” – small dogs bred to run in wheels, turning the gears for roasts on a spit, and see how different immigrant groups have traveled with seeds to new lands, expanding food and tastes globally.

Photos – left and right: Teams of eight compete in the 2nd Annual SIRIS Trivia Night fundraiser. Center photo: WSIU-TV senior producer and Trivia Night Master of Ceremonies Jak Tichenor reads questions to the crowd. Photos: Pearl Franz.


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1 Thursday

12am Civil War: The Untold Story: Bloody Shiloh – Part 1/5 2am Nazi Mega Weapons: Super TanksEagles

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4 Sunday

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History Detectives: Mussolini Dagger; Liberia Letter; N.E.A.R. Device Marion’s Triumph: Surviving History’s Nightmare In My Lifetime

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History Detectives: Stalag 17 Portrait; Seadrome; Black Tom Shell

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Coming Back with Wes Moore: Coming Back – Part 1/3 (repeats 5/14, 12am; 5/15, 3am; 5/16, 2am) Frontline: United States of Secrets – Part 1/2. (repeats 5/14, 1am; 5/18, 1am)

14 Wednesday

8pm NOVA: Escape from Nazi Alcatraz (repeats 5/14, 1am; 5/15, 1am; 5/16, 4am; 5/17, 5pm; 5/18, 12am) 9pm Nazi Mega Weapons: Fortress Berlin (repeats 5/15, 2am; 5/17, 3am)

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15 Thursday

Civil War: The Untold Story: River of Death – Part 3/5

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Lawrence Welk Show. Salute to the Armed Forces

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Coming Back with Wes Moore: Fitting In – Part 2/3 (repeats 5/21, 12am; 5/22, 3am; 5/25, 3am) Escape from a Nazi Death Camp (repeats 5/21, 1am; 5/23, 2am; 5/24, 3am; 5/26, 4am) Frontline: United States of Secrets – Part 2/2 (repeats 5/21, 2am; 5/25, 2am)

21 Wednesday

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8pm NOVA: Bombing Hitler’s Dams (repeats 5/22, 1am; 5/24, 4pm; 5/25, 12am) 12am Civil War: The Untold Story: Death Knell of the Confederacy – Part 4/5 9:30pm WSIU InFocus: Dogs/Vets (repeats 5/25, 1:30pm; 5/30, 5am)

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Unsung Heroes: The Story of America’s Female Patriots – Part 1/2 Unsung Heroes: The Story of America’s Female Patriots – Part 2/2

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Civil War: The Untold Story: With Malice Toward None – Part 5/5

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May /June 2014 • Vol. 33, No. 6 4-14265-02 WSIU Public Television Communications Building 1003 - Mail Code 6602 Southern Illinois University Carbondale 1100 Lincoln Drive Carbondale IL 62901

Za-Za-Zoom! WSIU Welcomes Space Racers

Sundays 8:30am Explore the solar system and join the space racers on scientific missions. New PBS KIDS Summer Schedule, too! See page 9 for more info.

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Previews | May - June 2014 | WSIU Television  

Program guide and station news for May and June 2014.

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