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january 2014

Premieres Sunday, January 5 at 9 p.m. ON WXXI-TV Season 4 of the international hit finds aristocrats coping with last season’s shocking finale. Change is in the air as three generations of the Crawley family have conflicting interests in the estate. Paul Giamatti makes an appearance alongside the beloved returning ensemble, including Dame Maggie Smith, Elizabeth McGovern, Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, Jim Carter, Joanne Froggatt, guest star Shirley MacLaine and many others.

AFTER DOWNTON LIVE SUNDAY, JANUARY 5 & 12 at 11 P.M. ON WXXI-TV

After Downton Abbey be sure to stay tuned for After Downton Live, WXXI’s “post-game” wrap up show. Host Danielle Abramson and special local guests will dissect the episode, invite viewers to share their take on the show by calling (866) 264-5904 or on Twitter using hashtag: #ADLWXXI, and talk about what “buzz” is brewing about the upcoming episode.

Evan Dawson joins WXXI News Details inside>>

January 25 at the Little Theatre Details inside>>


384 East Avenue Inn & Suites AMC Lowes Webster Accu-Roll Inc. Advanced Motion Systems Alesco Advisors Alfred University Allendale Columbia School Alzheimer’s Association Amaya Bar and Grill American Diabetes Association American Guild of Organists Ancient Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Pharmacy Aquavation The Artful Gardener The Bank of Castile Batavia Turf Bausch + Lomb Beltz Ianni & Associates Better Contractors Bureau Big Rib BBQ and Blues Festival Blue Cactus Mexican Grille

Ferrel’s Garage Ferris Hills at West Lake Festa Italia Productions LTD Finger Lakes Grassroots Festival First National Rochester Fringe Festival Fox Run Vineyards Freed Maxick, CPAs, P. C. Friends of CMAC/Bowery Presents Friends of School of the Arts Friends of the Garden Aerial (Greentopia) GEVA Theatre Center Gardner PLUS Architects Gates Automotive The Genesee Community Charter School Genesee Country Village & Museum Geneva on The Lake George Eastman House Granger Homestead & Carriage Museum Greater Rochester Health Foundation

Leary’s Legacy Dental Laboratory Lento Restaurant LiDestri Foods, Inc. Lifespan of Greater Rochester Lift Bridge Book Shop Little Bleu Cheese Shop Louis S. and Molly B. Wolk Foundation Lovin’ Cup Bistro & Brews Lucas Greenhouses M&T Bank MVP Health Care Maplewood Nursing Home Matthews & Fields Lumber Maxwell Boev Neurosurgical Clinic McArdle Ramerman Center Memorial Art Gallery Memorial Art Gallery-Council Fine Craft Show Merry-Go-Round Playhouse

Rochester Area Booksellers Association Rochester Area Community Foundation Rochester Brainery Rochester Broadway Theatre League Rochester City Ballet Rochester City School District Rochester Clinical Research Rochester Folk Art Guild The Rochester Group at UBS Rochester Guitar Club Rochester Hearing & Speech Center RIT-Office of Adult and Continuing Education RIT-College of Liberal Arts Rochester Museum and Science Center Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Rockwell Museum of Western Art The Rohrbach Brewing Co. Rowe Photo, Video & Audio St. John Fisher College St. John’s Home

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Boylan Code LLP Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra Business Association of South Wedge C&S Companies CSEA Cabot Creamery Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Catholic Family Center Center for Teen Empowerment (Rochester) Childcare Council City Blue Imaging City of Rochester Clover Lawn & Landscape Cobblestone School The College of Brockport Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins Co. Constellation Brands Corning Museum of Glass Daisy Marquis Jones Foundation Dan Smalls Presents Davenport-Hatch Foundation Democrat & Chronicle Discovery Trail Dolomite Products Co. Downtown Ithaca Alliance ESL Federal Credit Union East House Eastman Community Music School Eastman School of Music Edward Jones Financial Advisor Tom Kroon Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Exodus to Jazz F. Olivers

Greater Rochester International Airport The Harley School Hart Hearing Centers Hearcare Hearing Hillside Family of Agencies Historic Houseparts Hochstein School of Music and Dance Hodge Podge Lodge Houghton College The Housing Council id Signsystems Inc. Imagine RIT Innovative Solutions Interlakes Oncology/Hematology Ithaca Catholic Worker Community Ithaca Shakespeare Company J Vincent Real Estate Jack Wanderman Estate Sales Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester Jewish Senior Life-The Summit at Brighton Kango Play Center & Academy Kilian J. and Caroline F. Schmitt Foundation LaBella Associates, P.C. Leadership Learning Collaborative

Mirbeau Inn & Spa Monroe Veterinary Associates Nathaniel Square Corner Store National Multiple Sclerosis Society Nazareth College Arts Center New York State Association of Licensed Midwives Niagara Wine Trail Nixon Peabody, LLP Nocon & Associates One World Goods Oriental Garden Supply, LLC Oriental Rug Mart Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at RIT Park Ave Bike Shop Parker Law Office Plant Designs Inc. RG&E Ralph Honda Record Archive Reel Mind Theatre & Film Series Richard Aerni Ceramic Design Rising Lotus Marriage & Family Therapy Rivers Run

Salena’s Mexican Restaurant Seabreeze Shade Tree Greetings, Inc. The Shaw Festival Shepard Ford William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration Sound Source Spiritus Christi Church Sterling Stage Kampitheatre Sticky Lips Juke Joint Sullivan Violins Sustainable Energy Developments, Inc. To Your Measure Turning Stone Resort United Way of Greater Rochester Unity Health - Total Sports Experience University of Rochester Medical Center Up All Night Presents URMC-Center for Community Health Valley Manor Custom Apartmen Homes Velmex Inc. Veritas Wine Bar Visit Rochester (GRVA) Visiting Nurse Service Water Street Music Hall Watkins Glen International Westminster Financial Wilmington Trust Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP Writers and Books Xerox Corporation Yep Roc Records


Executive Staff january 2014 Volume 5, Issue 1 WXXI is a public non-commercial broadcasting station owned and operated by WXXI Public Broadcasting Council, a not-forprofit corporation chartered by the Board of Regents of New York State. “Program Listings” (USPS 0742-390) is published monthly at 280 State Street, Rochester, NY 14614 to promote the programs and activities of the public broadcasting stations. Periodical mailing postage paid at Rochester, N.Y. POSTMASTER: Send changes of address to WXXI Program Listings, Membership Department, P.O. Box 30021, Rochester, NY 14603-3021. * Please note that all programs are subject to change. For up-to-date program listings, special highlights and local news, just log onto WXXI.org.

Norm Silverstein, President Susan Rogers, Executive Vice President and General Manager Jeanne E. Fisher, Vice President, Radio Kent Hatfield, Vice President, Technology and Operations Elissa Orlando, Senior Vice President of TV and News

Board of Trustees OfFIcers Christopher C. Booth, Chair James W. Fulmer, Vice Chair Dr. Cynthia Reddeck-LiDestri, Treasurer Robert A. Healy, Secretary Member & Audience Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.258.0200 WXXI Main Number. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.325.7500 Service Interruptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.258.0331 Audience Response Line.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.258.0360 Copies of Local Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.258.0369 Reachout Radio.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.258.0333 Educational Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.258.0278 Volunteer Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.258.0249 Corporate Sponsorships. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.258.0282 Auction/Special Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.258.0287 Newsroom. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 585.258.0340 WXXI On-line. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.wxxi.org

Dear Friends, Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and are looking forward to an exciting 2014. Attention Downton Abbey fans— great news! The wait is over. Downton Abbey, Season 4, premieres on January 5th at 9:00PM on WXXI-TV. And we have also received word that Season 5 will soon be in production!

Norm Silverstein

For our radio listeners, 2014 marks a very special year for WXXI. Classical 91.5 celebrates its 40th anniversary and AM 1370 turns 30. You may have been among the visionary group of WXXI friends who helped to start these stations. Thank you for your continued support of our radio services that have expanded greatly in the past 40 years. When we signed on WXXI-FM 91.5 in 1974, the station played an eclectic blend of folk, jazz, talk, and classical. There was even a children’s radio program. Ten years later, 91.5 FM became a full-time classical station and AM 1370 signed on as a full-time NPR station, along with local news and talk. Just as we promised when we signed on 40 years ago, Classical 91.5 is dedicated to spotlighting the rich culture we have in Rochester. AM 1370 keeps you informed with in-depth coverage of local, national, and international news that sets our news department apart. You can also hear Morning Edition and All Things Considered and great adult album music on WRUR 88.5 FM, thanks to our broadcast partnership with the University of Rochester. We’re proud to engage our community in dialogue about important issues like the future of education for our children. Our community forums—such as last month’s Common Core panel with State Education Commissioner John King—along with our news reports and talk shows are critical to an informed and involved society In 1974 we could not have foreseen the future needs of our community or anticipated the emerging technologies that continue to shape our industry. Today we have six public radio stations, plus Reachout Radio, a service for our visually-impaired friends and neighbors. We also provide four public television channels with a variety of programming, including more than 12 hours of Ready-to-Learn programs for children each weekday, and a five-screen independent movie complex at the Little Theatre with a café that showcases art and live music. If you have a “smart phone,” you can download a free App that will let you keep up with the news from WXXI or listen to our radio services, from classical to news to adult album music. If you’re at your computer, you can click on “Listen” and then “Live Radio Audio Streams” on WXXI. org to access our stations. Many of your favorite television shows are available on your computer, too. Just click on “Watch,” then “Full Television Episodes.” We can only imagine what the next 40 years will hold and we hope you’ll share in the journey. Whether your love is music, news, educational or cultural programming, I hope you will agree that WXXI makes our community a better place to live, work, and play. Thank you for your ongoing support! Best regards,

Norm Silverstein, WXXI President norms@wxxi.org


NEWS&EVENTS

Dialogue on Disability WXXI is proud to announce

that Dialogue on Disability, an annual outreach partnership with Al Sigl Community of Agencies, designed to stimulate community dialogue about the perspectives and abilities of people with intellectual and physical disabilities will expand from a week-long initiative to a year-long one. It was always our hope that the conversation would continue beyond the campaign’s seven days and now thanks to support from the Golisano Foundation it will. Together we will offer TV and radio programming, news features, film screenings with talk backs, and other special offerings throughout the year. WXXI will kick off this yearlong initiative in January and you’ll be hearing more about the project on WXXI-TV, AM 1370, and in this member magazine. You can also learn more about this initiative at: WXXI.org/dod.

january’s MemberCard Plus Benefit Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Valid for 2-for-1 admission during the month. Some restrictions apply. Call (585) 454-2100 to reserve tickets; subject to availability.


TUESDAY, JANUARY 21 AT 9 P.M. ON WXXI-TV

Salinger — American Master’s 200th episode — features interviews with 150 subjects including Salinger’s friends, colleagues and members of his inner circle who have never spoken on the record before as well as film footage, photographs and other material that has never been seen. Additionally, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Edward Norton, John Guare, Martin Sheen, David Milch, Robert Towne, Tom Wolfe, E.L. Doctorow, Gore Vidal and Pulitzer Prize winners A. Scott Berg and Elizabeth Frank talk about Salinger’s influence on their lives, their work and the broader culture. The film is the first work to get beyond the Catcher in the Rye author’s meticulously built up wall: his childhood, painstaking work methods, marriages, private world and the secrets J.D. Salinger left behind after his death in 2010. photo: Courtesy of Antony Di Gesu

TVHIGHLIGHTS

: SALINGER AMERICAN MASTERS

Chef Vivian Howard

HAWKING

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29 AT 10 P.M. ON WXXI-TV

This is the intimate and revealing story of Stephen Hawking’s life. Told for the first time in Hawking’s own words and with unique access to his home and public life, this is a personal journey through Hawking’s world. The audience joins him at home, under the care of his nursing team; in San Jose as he “wows” a packed theatre audience; in Silicon Valley as he meets a team of technicians who hope to speed up his communication system; and as he throws a party for family and friends. Hawking also carefully tells Hawking’s life journey, from boyhood underachiever to PhD genius, and from a healthy cox on the Oxford rowing team to diagnosis of motor neuron disease, given just two years to live — yet surviving several close brushes with death. The film also highlights his greatest scientific discoveries and plots his rise to fame and superstardom. photo: Courtesy of Rex Miller

A CHEF’S LIFE

SATURDAYS AT 12:30 P.M., BEGINNING JANUARY 4 ON WXXI-TV Join Chef Vivian Howard’s personal and culinary journey from the top restaurants in New York to her return to North Carolina’s Low Country as she explores the rich bounty of farm fresh cooking, family and community. Each episode follows Vivian out of the kitchen and into cornfields, strawberry patches and hog farms as she hunts down the ingredients that inspire her seasonal menus.


Please note that programs and times are subject to change. For up-to-date program listings, log on to WXXI.org. To report reception trouble for any WXXI channels, call (585) 258-0331.

TELEVISION PROGRAMMING For extensive listings, features, news, events & more, visit: WXXI.org WEDNESDAY January 1 1:00pm

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| Simply Ming | Test Kitchen | Rick Steves | Return | Global Voices Land Rush | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country | Nick Stellino

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | WordGirl | SciGirls | Second Opinion* | Return | Independent Lens How to Survive a Plague | Refuge: Stories of the Selfhelp Home | Newsline | Journal | Chef John Besh | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Equitrekking | Rick Steves | Woodsmith | Victory Garden | For Your Home

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Great Perf. From Vienna: New Year’s Celebration 2014 | Live from Lincoln Center NY Philharmonic w/ Yo-Yo-Ma | Return to Downton Clifford | Asia Biz Forecast | America Reframed The New Public | Glo. Voices Journals of a Wily School | Newsline | Journal Asian Voices | Julie Taboulie | Journeys in India | Journeys in Africa | Rick Steves | Woodwright | Garden Smart | Katie Brown Cooking Odyssey | Eat! Drink! Italy! | Scandinavian

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| Norm & Company* | Panama Canal: American Experience | This Old House | Ask/Old House | McLaughlin Group | Moyers & Company* | Moyers & Company |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose | European Journal | America Reframed The New Public Three Faiths, One God

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MARATHON Happy Resolutions Our Create chefs, Christina Pirello, Joe Ciminera, and Laura Theodore get your New Year off to a healthy start with recipes that are good for mind, body, and soul.

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | European Journal | Economic Freedom in Action | To Catch/Dollar: Muhammad Yunus... | Local USA | Chef John Besh | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Equitrekking | Rick Steves

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | Religion & Ethics | Nature Moment of Impact: Hunters & Herds and Moment of Impact: Jungle | Global Voices The List | Kimchi Chronicles | Ciao Italia | Sarah Weeknight | Globe Trekker Honduras & El Salvador| Rick Steves | Rough Cut

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| WordGirl | Homework Hotline | Newsline | Journal | Garden Smart | Katie Brown


Time-Warner Cable Changes Its Channel Line-Up. If you’re a Time Warner Cable customer in Monroe County, you’ll find WXXI’s channels at these new locations:

WXXI-TV: Ch.1221 (and we’re still on Ch. 11)

WXXI-WORLD: Ch. 1275

WXXI-CREATE: Ch. 1276

If you live outside Monroe County, please check timewarnercable.com for channel locations as they vary from county to county. WEDNESDAY January 1 6:00pm

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| PBS NewsHour | NTK Rochester | Second Opinion* | Doc Martin Always on My Mind | Death in Paradise | Global Voices Give Us the Money | Global Voices Stealing Africa | Global Voices ...History of Poverty | PBS NewsHour | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Martha Bakes | Chef John Besh | Woodwright Shop| Rick Steves EVENING

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| Secrets of Highclere Castle | Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey Season 4 PREMIERE* | Local USA | Local USA | Nature Moment of Impact: Hunters & Herds and Moment of Impact: Jungle | Global Voices The List | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Martha Bakes | Chef John Besh | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

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| PBS NewsHour | Lawrence Welk Winter | Father Brown | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Hebburn | The Café | LinkAsia | Moyers & Company |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose | European Journal | America Reframed The New Public | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | MARATHON: Happy Resolutions Resolutions you will keep all year long!

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| NOVA Alien Planets Revealed | Chasing Shackleton Part 1 of 3 | Frontline To Catch a Trader | PBS NewsHour | Nick Stellino | Chef John Besh | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves


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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | European Journal | Australian Story |Storycorps Special| Afropop: Ultimate Cultural Exchange Pick-Up Basketball | Local USA | Chef John Besh | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Equitrekking | Rick Steves | Woodsmith

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | Religion & Ethics | Nature Legendary White Stallions and Clash: Encounters of Bears & Wolves | Global Voices Rent-A-Family, Inc. | Kimchi Chronicles | Ciao Italia | Sarah Weeknight | Globe Trekker Mid-Atlantic States | Rick Steves | Rough Cut

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MARATHON And the Winner Is… 3 cheers and congratulations to Lidia Bastianich on her recent Daytime Emmy win! Always at the top of her game, Lidia prepares the most scrumptious meals.

MONDAY January 13

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| Simply Ming | Test Kitchen | Rick Steves | Second Opinion* | P. Allen Smith | Doc Martin The Departed | Take 2 | Poisoner’s Handbook: American Experience | Frontline The Real CSI | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country | Nick Stellino | Chef John Besh | This Old House | Rick Steves | Travelscope

SUNDAY January 12 1:00pm

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | Closer to Truth | NOVA Alien Planets Revealed | Chasing Shackleton | Cave People of the Himalaya | Kimchi Chronicles | Ciao Italia | Sara’s Weeknight | Globe Trekker Food Hour: Vietnam | Rick Steves | Rough Cut

SATURDAY January 11 1:00pm

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Second Opinion* | Take 2 | Independent Lens The Invisible War | TBA | Chef John Besh | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Equitrekking | Rick Steves

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| WordGirl | Homework Hotline | Newsline | Journal | Victory Garden | For Your Home

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | WordGirl | Biz Kid$ | Closer to Truth | NOVA Zeppelin Terror Attack | Chasing Shackleton | Pioneers in Aviation: Race to/Moon | Newsline | Journal | Kimchi Chronicles | Ciao Italia | Sara’s Weeknight | Globe Trekker Food Hour: Spice Trails | Rick Steves | Rough Cut | P. Allen Smith | Around the House


THURSDAY January 9 6:00pm

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Washington Week | Charlie Rose | Frontline The Real CSI Poisoner’s Handbook: American Experience | | | WordGirl Clifford Super Why! Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur

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WEDNESDAY January 15 6:00pm

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Antiques Roadshow Boise | Antiques Roadshow Tulsa, OK | Independent Lens At Berkley | Local USA | Australian Story |Storycorps Special| Afropop: Ultimate Cultural Exchange Pick-Up Basketball | Local USA | PBS NewsHour | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Nick Stellino | Chef John Besh | This Old House | Rick Steves

BBC World News | Nightly Business

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|After Downton Live| Sherlock* | Local USA | Local USA | Nature Legendary White Stallions and Clash: Encounters of Bears & Wolves | Global Voices Rent-A-Family, Inc. | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Martha Bakes | Chef John Besh | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

TUESDAY January 14 6:00pm

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PBS NewsHour | Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey Season 4, Episodes 1 (encore, 7-9p) & 2 (premiere, 9-10p)

MONDAY January 13 6:00pm

EVENING

| PBS NewsHour | Lawrence Welk A Pretty Girl | Father Brown | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | As Time Goes By | The Café | LinkAsia | Moyers & Co. | Asia This Week |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose | European Journal | Am. Reframed ...Dreams Deferred | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | MARATHON: And the Winner Is… Three cheers to Lidia Bastianich!

SUNDAY January 12 6:00pm

| Live from Lincoln Center Richard Tucker Opera Gala 2013 | Frontline The Real CSI | PBS NewsHour | Nick Stellino | Chef John Besh | This Old House | Rick Steves

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| PBS NewsHour | 1964: American Experience | Frontline Secret State of North Korea | Global Voices Rent-A-Family, Inc. | America Reframed My Brooklyn/Fate of a Salesman | PBS NewsHour | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Martha Bakes | Chef John Besh | Woodwright Shop| Rick Steves EVENING

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Nature The Private Life of Deer | NOVA Zeppelin Terror Attack | Chasing Shackleton Part 2 of 3 | 1964: American Experience Frontline Secret State of North Korea | Frontline Secret State of North Korea | PBS NewsHour | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Nick Stellino | Chef John Besh | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves Clifford BBC World News

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FRIDAY January 17

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SATURDAY January 18 1:00pm Martha Bakes

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SUNDAY January 19 1:00pm

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| Test Kitchen | Rick Steves | Independent Lens At Berkeley | Cook’s Country | Nick Stellino

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| Lidia in America | Cook’s Country

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| Ric Edleman | Clinton: American Experience Part 1 of 2 | This Old House (cont’ 12p) AfroPop | Australian Story | Moyers & Co. | Asia This Week |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose CityWise

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MONDAY January 20 1:00pm Clifford LinkAsia

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| Wild Kratts | Local USA | Woodsmith

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| WordGirl | Homework Hotline | Newsline | Journal | Victory Garden | For Your Home

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|The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | Frontline The Retirement Gamble | Equitrekking | Rick Steves | Woodsmith

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| Simply Ming | Test Kitchen | Rick Steves | Second Opinion* | P. Allen Smith | Doc Martin Do Not Disturb | Death in Paradise | Australian Story | Salinger: American Masters | Zora Neale Hurston | To the Contrary | Asian Voices | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country | Nick Stellino | A Chef’s Life | This Old House | Rick Steves | Travelscope | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country

SUNDAY January 26 1:00pm

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | WordGirl | Biz Kid$ | Closer to Truth | NOVA Monster Typhoon | Chasing Shackleton | Pioneers in Aviation: Race to/Moon | Newsline | Journal | Kimchi Chronicles | Ciao Italia | Sara’s Weeknight | Globe Trekker Greek Islands | Rick Steves | Rough Cut | P. Allen Smith | Around the House

SATURDAY January 25 1:00pm

3:30pm

| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat | Second Opinion* | Australian Story | Independent Lens Blood Brother | Mexico Bayless | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina | Smart Travels

FRIDAY January 24 1:00pm

3:00pm

| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | WordGirl | Homework Hotline | Asia Biz Forecast | Am. Reframed The Pruitt-Igoe Myth | Independent Lens Solar Mamas | Glo.Voices Where Heaven Meets Hell | Newsline | Journal | Eat! Drink! Italy! | Scandinavian | Julie Taboulie | Journeys in India | Journeys in Africa | Rick Steves | Woodwright | Garden Smart | Katie Brown

THURSDAY January 23 1:00pm

*Dinosaur Train: Nature Trackers Adventure Camp 2:30pm

| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | European Journal | AfroPop: Ultimate Cultural Exchange | Ripple of Hope | Local USA | Mexico Bayless | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Equitrekking | Rick Steves

WEDNESDAY January 22 1:00pm

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train Special* |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | Religion & Ethics | Nature The Private Life of Deer | Nature Wild Balkans | Saving the Titanic | Kimchi Chronicles | Ciao Italia | Sarah Weeknight | Globe Trekker Scotland | Rick Steves | Rough Cut

TUESDAY January 21 1:00pm

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| Clinton: American Experience Part 2 of 2 | This Old House | Moyers & Co. | Asia This Week |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose

| Ask/Old House | Moyers & Company| McLaughlin Group | European Journal | Am. Reframed The Pruitt-Igoe Myth

MARATHON Like “New” Create’s travelers will take you to New Orleans, New Jersey’s Atlantic City, New Zealand, and New Delhi, India. You’ll stay with us all day, because you like “new.”


SATURDAY January 18 6:00pm British Antiques (Cont’ from 2p)

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SUNDAY January 19 6:00pm New York Now (cont’ from 5p)

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THURSDAY January 23 6:00pm

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| PBS NewsHour | Woodwright Shop | Rick Steves

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| NOVA Monster Typhoon | Frontline The Retirement Gamble | Nick Stellino | A Chef’s Life

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| Chasing Shakleton Part 3 of 3 | PBS NewsHour | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

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FRIDAY January 24 6:00pm

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| Independent Lens Blood Brother | PBS NewsHour | This Old House | Rick Steves

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Nature Meet the Coywolf | Australian Story | Independent Lens Blood Brother Frontline The Retirement Gamble | | | | | WordGirl Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | War Letters: American Experience | Salinger: American Masters | Global Voices Girl, Adopted | Am. Reframed The Pruitt-Igoe Myth | Independent Lens Solar Mamas | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh | A Chef’s Life

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Antiques Roadshow Boise | Antiques Roadshow Tulsa, OK | Local USA | Ripple of Hope | AfroPop: Ultimate Cultural Exchange | Local USA | Local USA | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Nick Stellino | A Chef’s Life

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MONDAY January 20 BBC World News

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| PBS NewsHour | Lawrence Welk Salute/Working People | Father Brown | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Unlocking Sherlock | LinkAsia | Moyers & Co. | Asia This Week |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose | European Journal | Am. Reframed My Brooklyn/Fate of... | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | MARATHON: Island Hoppin’ to exotic island locations around the world.

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| PBS NewsHour | NTK Rochester | Dialogue on Disability - For programming details visit wxxi.org/dod. | NOVA Monster Typhoon | Chasing Shackleton | Pioneers in Aviation: Race to/Moon | PBS NewsHour | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh | A Chef’s Life | Woodwright Shop| Rick Steves EVENING

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Washington Week | Charlie Rose | The Real Mary Poppins | Music Makes a City | Zora Neale Hurston | PBS NewsHour American Masters Margaret Mitchell | Salinger: American Masters | | | | | | | A Chef’s Life | This Old House | Rick Steves Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur WordGirl Nick Stellino BBC World News

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| PBS NewsHour | Lawrence Welk ...Southern California | Father Brown | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Call the Midwife Season 1, Episode 1 | LinkAsia | Moyers & Co. | Asia This Week |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose | European Journal | Am. Reframed The Pruitt-Igoe Myth | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | MARATHON: Like “New” Travel to “New” places in the New Year!

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| Local USA | Local USA | Nature Meet the Coywolf | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl

| Return of the Wolves: Next Chapter | Global Voices Cowboys in India | Chef John Besh | A Chef’s Life | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves


MONDAY January 27 1:00pm

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TUESDAY January 28 1:00pm Asia This Week

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FRIDAY January 31 1:00pm Well Read Joanne Weir

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| WordGirl | Homework Hotline | Newsline | Journal | Victory Garden | For Your Home

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | European Journal | Global Voices Peace Versus Justice | AfroPop: Ultimate Cultural Exchange War Don Don | Mexico Bayless | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina | Smart Travels | Equitrekking | Rick Steves

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Need to Know Rochester

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To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

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A Chef’s Life

Second Opinion

Dinosaur Train: Nature Trackers Adventure Camp January 20 at 9 am & 2:30 pm Join Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don on their adventures with their Nature Trackers Adventure Camp friends: rafting, mountain climbing, ziplining and canyon hiking.


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| Washington Week | Charlie Rose BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Frontline League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis Frontline Football High | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl Clifford

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| PBS NewsHour | NTK Rochester | Second Opinion* | Doc Martin Erotomania | Death in Paradise | NOVA Ghosts of Murdered Kings | Hawking | Pioneers in Aviation: Race to/Moon | PBS NewsHour | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh | A Chef’s Life | Woodwright Shop| Rick Steves

FRIDAY January 31 6:00pm

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Nature The Funkiest Monkeys | NOVA Murdered Kings | | Global Voices Education Education Independent Lens Detropia Independent Lens State of Arizona | | | | | | Nick Stellino | A Chef’s Life Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur WordGirl

THURSDAY January 30

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| Amish: American Experience | Frontline League of Denial Parts 1&2 | America Reframed Downeast | Australian Story | PBS NewsHour | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh | A Chef’s Life | Woodwright Shop| Rick Steves

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Antiques Roadshow Detroit | Antiques Roadshow Eugene, OR | Local USA | Global Voices Peace Versus Justice | AfroPop: Ultimate Cultural Exchange War Don Don | Local USA | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Nick Stellino | A Chef’s Life

TUESDAY January 28 6:00pm

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| Great Performances Barrymore | Frontline Football High | Nick Stellino | A Chef’s Life

| Side by Side (Digital Cinema) | PBS NewsHour | This Old House | Rick Steves

W E E K N I G H T S 11:00p Charlie Rose (delay 1/6, 20, 21, 27, 28, 31 not airing 1/13, 17) 12:00a BBC World (not 1/6, 13, 17, 20, 21, 27, 31) 12:30a Tavis Smiley (not airing 1/13, 17, 28, 31) S U N D AY S

11:00p Doctor Who 1/4 The Power of Three 1/11 The Angels Take Manhattan 1/18 Christmas 2012 - The Snowmen 1/25 The Bells of Saint John 12:00a Austin City Limits 1/4 Queens of the Stone Age 1/11 Jason Isbel/Niko Case 1/18 Fun./Dawes 1/25 Pourtugul. The Man/Local Native 1:00a Front and Center 1/4 Jack Bugg 1/11 Zakk Wylde & The Les Paul Trio 1/18 Rock Candy Funk Party 1/25 The Rides

11:00p 1/5 After Downton LIVE Masterpiece Mystery! Sherlock 1/5 (11:30) The Hounds of the Baskerville 1/12 (10:30) The Reichenbach Fall 1/19 (10:00) The Empty Hearse 1/26 (10:00) The Sign of Three 12:00a Live from the Artist’s Den (not 1/5) 1/12 Adele 1/19 Norah Jones 1/26 Mumford & Sons

To get overnight schedules and complete listings, visit WXXI.org

Masterpiece Mystery!

Sherlock sundays at 10p.m. on wxxi-tv

“The Empty Hearse” “The Sign of Three” “His Last Vow”

January 19 January 26 February 2

Benedict Cumberbatch (The Fifth Estate, Star Trek Into Darkness) and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit, “The Office UK”) return as Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson in three new episodes of the contemporary reinvention of the Arthur Conan Doyle classic, written and created by Steven Moffat (“Dr. Who”) and Mark Gatiss (“Game of Thrones”).


AM1370 PROGRAMMING Monday-Friday 5:00

HD 91.5 HD2

Saturday

Sunday

Legislative Gazette/ Capital Connection

Backstory

Inside Europe

Moyers & Company

Only a Game

Krista Tippett On Being

Weekend Edition with Scott Simon

Weekend Edition with Rachel Martin

Car Talk

Wait! Wait! Don’t Tell Me!

6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00

Morning Edition with Steve Inskeep and Renée Montagne

and local host Beth Adams Also on WRUR FM 88.5, WXXY-FM 90.3 and WXXI-FM HD-2

and local host Brad Smith

9:00 10:00 11:00

The Diane Rehm Show

1.800.433.8850

and local host Brad Smith

JOINS WXXI’S NEWS TEAM

Car Talk Whad’Ya Know?

NOON 1:00 2:00

1370 Connection 585.263.9994

Here & Now (M-Th) Science Fridays (F)

3:00 4:00 5:00

Marketplace Money

The Tavis Smiley Show All Things Considered with Melissa Block, Audie Cornish, and Robert Siegel and local host Alex Crichton

6:00

Also on WRUR FM 88.5, WXXY-FM 90.3, and WXXI-FM HD-2

6:30

Marketplace

7:00 8:00 9:00

Travel with Rick Steves

A Prairie Home Companion

America’s Test Kitchen Radio Splendid Table Living on Earth

All Things Considered with Guy Raz

All Things Considered with Guy Raz

Latino USA

This American Life

Fresh Air

On the Media

Snap Judgement

Tell Me More

Technation

Radio Lab

Jazz from the Cellar

1370 Forum

Monday Wait! Wait! Don’t Tell Me tuesday Travel with Rick Steves wednesday Car Talk thursday This American Life friday Splendid Table

with Tom Hampson

The Capitol Press Room

Marion McPartland’s Piano Jazz

Whad’ Ya Know Radio Hour

11:00

1370 Connection

Weekend Radio

Le Show

Mid. to 5a

BBC World Service

BBC World Service

BBC World Service

10:00

EVAN DAWSON

Evan Dawson joins WXXI’s award-winning news team as the new host of AM 1370’s midday talk show. Dawson will fill the host position left by Bob Smith, who announced he was stepping down from the midday talk show last August. Dawson comes to WXXI from 13WHAM-TV, where he served as morning news anchor for the past six years. He was hired as a reporter for 13WHAM-TV in 2003 before being promoted to anchor in 2007. Dawson is also the author of Summer in a Glass: The Coming Age of Winemaking in the Finger Lakes and is the Managing Editor/Finger Lakes Editor for the New York Cork Report, a web site that offers independent news, reviews, and commentary about the New York wine industry. He has written freelance articles on topics including politics, wine, travel, and Major League Baseball. Dawson graduated from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast News. He resides in Perinton with his wife, Morgan, and their young son, Rhys. Evan will take the reins of the mid-day talk show in mid-January.

1370 Forums & AM 1370 Specials

Ties That Bind: A StoryCorps 10th Anniversary Special wednesday, january 1 at 12 pm & 10 pm

This special features NPR’s Scott Simon and StoryCorps founder Dave Isay in an unscripted conversation about the importance of humanity, intimacy and the need to bear witness. They share stories about StoryCorps’ beginnings and its growth.

Diary of a Bad Year: A War Correspondent’s Dilemma

wednesday, january 1 at 1 pm & 11 pm

In 2011, NPR’s Kelly McEvers was a correspondent in the turbulent Middle East, at the time of the Arab uprisings. Colleagues and friends were being kidnapped. Some were getting killed. But still, she went toward the story. The next year, was a huge hit of the “tribe” of foreign correspondents of which Kelly was a part. It’s a gripping story of the sacrifices war correspondents make.

America Abroad: “Deradicalizing Terrorists” sunday, january 5 at 9 pm

The marathon bombings in Boston reminded us that violent Islamic extremism is everywhere, even on our own soil. America Abroad explores what sort of person is most vulnerable to extremist radicalization.

Adapting to Climate Change sunday, january 12 at 9 pm

This special examines plans that engineers, scientists, government officials, business leaders, NGOs, and community groups are making to deal with future catastrophic events and shifting weather patterns.


Monthly program listings and highlights: WXXICLASSICAL.ORG

HD 91.5-1

CLASSICAL 91.5 PROGRAMMING Monday-Friday

Saturday

6:00

Sunday

Classical Music with John Andres

7:00 8:00

Classical Music

Classical Music

with Brenda Tremblay

from PRI

9:00

With Heart and Voice

1/18 Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

with Peter DuBois

1/25 Donizetti: L’Elisir d’Amore

10:00

Fascinatin’ Rhythm w/ Michael Lasser Classical Music

Noon

with Julia Figueras

Stage Notes

Sunday Baroque wth Suzanne Bona

with Robert Hammond

1:00

The Met Opera (end times vary)

2:00

Civic Orchestra of Chicago

3:00

Classical Music 4:00

with Mona Seghatoleslami

New York Philharmonic Classical Music with Marianne Carberry

5:00

7:00 8:00 9:00

Exploring Music

A Prairie Home Companion

with Bill McGlaughlin

Syndicated Orchestral Series

With Heart and Voice WithPeter Heart & Voice with DuBois

THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC SUNDAYS AT 3 PM 1/5 Weber/Berlioz: Invitation to the Dance Ravel: Valse nobles et sentimentales Ravel: La Valse Strauss: Suite from Der Rosenkavalier Strauss, II: Overture to The Gypsy Baron Porter: Selected Songs Bizet/Guiraud: L’Arlesienne, Suite No. 2 1/12 Ravel: Mother Goose Suite Esa-Pekka Salonen: Violin Concerto Sibelius: Symphony No 5 1/19 Adès: Three Studies from Couperin Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 18 Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 3, Scottish 1/26 Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 R. Strauss: Ein Heldenleben

Thistle & Shamrock Pipedreams

(see below)

Echoes

10:00

Hearts of Space

Classical Music 11:00

From the Top ClassicalSpecials Guitar Alive! Holiday

6:00

THE MET OPERA SATURDAYS AT 1:00 PM 1/4 Mozart: The Magic Flute 1/11 J. Strauss Jr.: Die Fledermaus

Performance Today w/ Fred Child

11:00

Weekend Music Series

from PRI

(Echoes Fridays, 10 pm -12 am) Mid+

Classical Music from PRI

Music of the 21st Century with Chris Hickey

Classical Music from PRI

NPR’s From the Top with Christopher O’Riley Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre I March 19, 2014 Order your tickets to this show at the Eastman Theatre box office or online by visiting: WXXI.org/fttroc.

Classical 91.5 Syndicated Orchestral Series at 8:00 p.m. Tuesdays - Deutsche Welle Festival

Thursdays - Chicago Symphony Orchestra

1/28 Mendelssohn: Ruy Blas Overture Schumann: Piano Concerto Dvorák: Symphony No. 9, New World

1/2 Sibelius: Suite No. 1 from The Tempest Stravinsky: Violin Concerto Adès: .…but all shall be well Debussy: La mer Dvorák: The Water Goblin Williams: Excerpt from the film score Lincoln

Wednesdays - San Francisco Symphony Orchestra

1/9 Sibelius: Pohjola’s Daughter, Symphony No. 7 Lutoslawski: Cello Concerto Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini Haydn: Cello Concerto No. 2

1/20 Adams: The Gospel According to the Other Mary

1/1 Stravinsky: Le Chant du rossignol Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra Harrison: A Parade

1/16 Bates: Liquid Interface Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 25 Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra Mozart: Bassoon Concerto

1/27 Britten: Four Sea Interludes Mackey: Stumble to Grace Mussorgsky/Ravel: Pictures at an Exhibition

1/8 Harrison: Organ Concerto Cowell: Piano Concerto Ives: A Concord Symphony Varese: Ameriques

Tuesdays - M  ilwaukee Symphony Orchestra

1/15 Vivaldi: Summer and Winter from The Four Seasons Mozart: Symphony No. 38, Prague Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture

Mondays - L os Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra 1/6 Mendelssohn: Hebrides Overture Mozart: Symphony No. 29 Strauss: Don Quixote 1/13 Vivier: Excerpt from Zipangu Debussy: La mer Stravinsky: The Firebird

1/7 R. Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks Mozart: Violin Concerto No. 5, Music from Idomeneo R. Strauss: Suite from Der Rosenkavalier 1/14 Brahms: Symphony Nos. 1 and 4 1/21 Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius

1/22 Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture Saint-Saëns: Piano Concerto No. 5, Egyptian Roussel: Le Festin de l’araignée Stravinsky: The Firebird Suite (1919 revision) Prokofiev: Selections from Cinderella 1/29 Mahler: Blumine Schnittke: Violin Concerto No. 4 Beethoven: Symphony No. 6, Pastoral Mozart: Symphony No. 34

1/23 Dvorák: Slavonic Dance Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 3 Sibelius: Symphony No. 1 1/30 Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No 2 Walton: Symphony No.1 Poulenc: Concerto for 2 Pianos Williams: Excerpt from soundtrack to Lincoln fridays - APM Symphony Cast 1/3 Wagner: Funeral Music from Götterdämmerung Brahms: Violin Concerto Schumann: Symphony No. 3, Rhenish 1/10 Beethoven: The Ruins of Athens Overture, Piano Concerto Nos. 2 and 4 1/17 Bruckner: Symphony No. 8 1/24 Brahms: Academic Overture Grieg: Piano Concerto Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6, Pathetique 1/31 Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 3 Bruckner: Symphony No. 7


W R U R - F M

8 8 . 5

S C H E D U L E

wrur.org Monday-Friday Midnight 1:00 am

DJ Specialty Shows

Saturday

Sunday

Beale Street Caravan

The Latin Alternative

with Pat Mithell Worley

2:00 am

The Difference

3:00 am

World Café

Undercurrents

4:00 am

with David Dye

with Gregg McVicar

Undercurrents with Gregg McVicar

5:00 am 6:00 am 7:00 am

Acoustic Cafe Morning Edition with Steve Inskeep & Renee Montagne and local host Beth Adams

with Rob Reinhart

Folk Alley with Jim Blum

The Jewish Sound

8:00 am

A Variety of Folk

World of Gospel

9:00 am

with Ray Baumler

with Wayne Norwood

Best of Open Tunings

Rootabaga Boogie

with Scott Regan

with Tracey Craig

10:00 am

Open Tunings with Scott Regan

11:00 am Noon

All Weather Lunch with Liz Michael, Mark Grube, & Michael Black World Cafe Live (Fridays)

La Dolce Vita

Irish Party House

with John Sebaste

with John McGraw & Ted McGraw

2:00 pm

World Café

Putumayo World Music Hour

Mountain Stage

3:00 pm

with David Dye

Afropop Worldwide

with Larry Grace

1:00 pm

4:00 pm 5:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm 8:00 pm 9:00 pm 10:00 pm 11:00 pm

All Things Considered

Whole Lotta Shakin’

Mystery Train

with Mike Murray

with Mark Grube

Sound Opinions 6pm/etown 7pm (M) Mtn. Stage (T) Mystery Train (W) Gumbo Variations (Th) Rejuvenation (F)

American Routes

Sunday Sessions

with Nick Spitzer

with Ruth Elaine

DJ Specialty Shows (M-Th)

The Blues Mobile

Jazz from the Cellar

The Grateful Dead Hour

Piano Jazz

with Melissa Block, Audie Cornish, Robert Siegel and local host Alex Crichton

DJ Specialty Shows (M-Th) Blacks and Blues with Doug Curry (Fridays)

Stuck in the Psychedelic Era

Passport Approved

with the Hermit

WRUR is a partnership of the University of Rochester and WXXI Public Broadcasting

mountain stage



sundays at 2pm

Mountain Stage offers the best seats in the house for performances captured in front of a live audience by established stars and emerging artists. It’s a two-hour weekly exploration of the exciting and spontaneous world of live music, offering intelligent, contemporary music seasoned with traditional and roots performers. Since its beginnings in 1983, Mountain Stage host Larry Groce has presented live performances from many stars before they gained critical and popular acclaim. Some such guests include the Indigo Girls, Ani DiFranco, Sheryl Crow, Counting Crows and Norah Jones. Mountain Stage records 26 new episodes each year, mostly recorded at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, WV. Touring on the road, the show has visited New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto, Winnipeg, Lansing, MI, Athens, GA, Kerville, TX and Nashville. Mountain Stage host Larry Groce

The longest running radio program of its kind, Mountain Stage continues to honor tradition and embrace innovation with the diverse cast of performers it showcases. Recent musical guests include The Punch Brothers, Blind Boys of Alabama, Lucinda Williams, Bela Fleck, Mavis Staples, CAKE, and The Jayhawks.


BREAK OF

REALITY THURSDAY, JANUARY 16 AT 1 PM ON CLASSICAL 91.5, REPEATS SUNDAY, JANUARY 19 AT 1 P.M.

Break of Reality will rock the Henry Epstein studio Thursday, January 16 at 1 p.m. when musicians Patrick Laird, Martin Torch-Ishii, Ivan Trevino and Laura Metcalf join host Julia Figueras for Backstage Pass on Classical 91.5. They perform live and talk with Julia about their mission, commitment to music education, and their Kickstarter campaign. Break of Reality is a cello rock band originally formed at the Eastman School of Music in 2003. The band is filling concert venues around the country with fans eager to hear their original music, as well as interpretations of music by Tool, Metallica, and System of a Down. Their sound is cinematic, subdued and heavy all at once, and their live audiences are equally diverse; fans of Led Zeppelin, Radiohead, and Yo-Yo Ma are finally getting acquainted.

WATCH LIVE ONLINE AT wxxi.org/backstagepass Backstage Pass is a monthly live performance program that gives listeners the backstage experience of meeting local and visiting artists.

The tradition of listening to classical musical performances from Germany continues with the Deutsche Welle Festival Concerts series airing Tuesdays at 8 p.m., beginning January 28, on Classical 91.5. Rick Fulker hosts the festival series which includes captivating performances and recordings of unique “made in Germany” quality.  The Deutsche Welle Festival Concerts present a cross-section of the world’s most exciting classical artists, with repertoire from old favorites to new discoveries.  The series features top German orchestras, such as the NDR Symphony and the Bamberg Symphony, as well as orchestras from Poland, Russia and Great Britain.

DEUTSCHE WELLE

FESTIVAL

TUESDAYS AT 8 P.M. BEGINNING JANUARY 28 ON CLASSICAL 91.5

ARTS&CULTURE

BACKSTAGE PASS WITH

BOSTON

BAROQUE GALA Martin Pearlman conducts Boston Baroque - now celebrating its 40th anniversary as America’s oldest orchestra devoted to playing Baroque music on instruments of the era in a live New Year’s Day concert direct from Harvard University’s Sanders Theatre. Boston Baroque Gala First Day Concert 2014 airs Wednesday, January 1 at 3 p.m. on Classical 91.5. This festive all-Bach program features some of Boston’s best vocal and instrument talent in performances of the Brandenburg Concertos Nos. 3 & 4 and the delightful “Coffee” Cantata, featuring soprano Kristen Watson, tenor Matthew Anderson, and baritone Andrew Garland. Cathy Fuller is your host for the frothy and delightful program to welcome the New Year. 

FIRST DAY

CONCERT 2014 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1 AT 3 P.M. ON CLASSICAL 91.5


wxxi&LITTLE

MONTY PYTHON

DOUBLE FEATURE Get your coconut shells. Find an attractive but appropriately-priced shrubbery. Prepare yourselves for the film that was so funny it was banned in Norway. A Monty Python double-header comes to the Little on Saturday, January 25. Monty Python’s Life of Brian starts at 1 p.m., telling the story of Brian Cohen, born next door to Jesus Christ, on the same day. Hilarity ensues as he is mistaken for the Messiah. After Brian comes Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the group’s 1975 smash hit. A set for veteran Python fans as well as those who’ve never heard of the Knights Who Say Ni, this will be one of the silliest days in Little history. The event also coincides with the 2014 reunion run the group will play in London. Their first set of new shows sold out in an hour, and this double feature might too, so watch out for details on the Little’s Facebook, Twitter, and thelittle.org!

thank YOU WXXI applauds the extraordinary commitment made by our corporate supporters.

Your contributions provide critical support for valued programming that enriches the lives of families across our region.

To learn more about WXXI sponsorship opportunities, please contact: Alison Zero Jones 585-258-0282 ajones@wxxi.org


Spotlight on a WXXI Business Partner

Specializing in local seasonal cooking, Tap and Table restaurant opened in Corn Hill Landing in mid-2012. Co-owner Joe McBane points out that Tap and Table – and his first venture Tap and Mallet, a gastropub located in the South Wedge – also offers world class craft beer selections. Both locations have won local newspaper reader awards. Tap and Table is situated on the Genesee River with Rochester skyline views. Its seasonal menu pairs craft beers with each dish. Nearby Tap and Mallet on Gregory Street is in a location that has been a working pub since 1890. Tap and Mallet continues the area tradition and has offered freshly prepared pub food since 2007. Both places frequently change their menus, beverage offerings, and even the artwork on the walls.

“I appreciate the opportunity to have my message heard and simultaneously support one of my favorite media providers.” Joe McBane Co-owner, Tap & Table and Tap & Mallet

An avid WXXI listener, McBane was keen to explore the idea of becoming an underwriter to connect with new potential customers. “There are still many people that have yet to experience the Tap and Table and/or Tap and Mallet, and WXXI is able to reach a wide range with our message. The ability to create awareness about our businesses in an uncluttered broadcast environment was appealing.  I appreciate the opportunity to have my message heard and simultaneously support one of my favorite media providers. Personally, I feel World Café (WRUR-FM 88.5, M-F, 2-4 pm) is a superb show and is firmly at the top of my favorites list.” To view current menus and upcoming events, visit tapandmallet.com and thetapandtable.com Tap and Mallet is also proud to offer a free app for android and iPhone smartphones.


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Departing December 5, 2014 and staying through December 13, this breathtaking excursion takes you to Vienna Opera House, Hofburg Palace, Wachau Valley, Passau, Regensburg, Nuremberg, Christmas Markets, Rotherburg, and Würzburg.

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