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october 2013

SPECIAL BROADCAST: In response to FRONTLINE’s LEAGUE OF DENIAL: THE NFL’S CONCUSSION CRISIS, airing Tuesday, October 8 at 9 p.m., WXXI-TV will air SECOND OPINION: CONCUSSION immediately following at 11 p.m.

host Dr. Peter Salgo

season ten

thursdays at 8:30pm starting october 10 ON WXXI-TV

WEDNESDAYS AT 12:10 PM ON CLASSICAL 91.5, BEGINNING OCTOBER 9 details inside >>

WXXI’s national healthcare series launches season ten with a slew of medical issues including concussions, whooping cough, melanoma, food allergies, and hypertension. Join host Dr. Peter Salgo, a full-time medical practitioner, as he introduces patients and their intriguing real-life medical cases to a panel of specialists who share the most up-to-date information and treatment options.

ENTERING THE TWILIGHT ZONE WITH ANNE SERLING TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 6:30 PM AT THE LITTLE THEATRE See details inside >>

Inside!

photo: Kyle Schwab Photography

See TV grid about Time Warner Cable changes.


Executive Staff october 2013 Volume 4, Issue 10 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, Vice President, Television

Board of Trustees OfFIcers Steven Swartout, Chair Christopher Booth, Vice Chair James W. Fulmer, Treasurer Lois Taubman, 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, When you think of WXXI and our education efforts, our children’s TV line-up probably comes to mind. Our Norm Silverstein PBS Ready to Learn programs, such as Sesame Street, Curious George and our newest series, Peg + Cat, are designed to help prepare our youngest viewers for learning as they enter school. Perhaps you think of our live call-in show, Homework Hotline, where kids throughout New York State get help with their homework over the air and through our partnership with Dial-a-Teacher. You may also be familiar with our VITAL NY service, which gives students and teachers instant access to tens of thousands of classroom-ready digital resources, including videos, games, images and lesson plans to improve student engagement and understanding. Our work in the education arena encompasses more than just toddlers and school-aged children. WXXI’s “Educational Outreach Center” provides workshops for teachers, parents and caregivers on how to use our programming to enhance learning in and out of school.  WXXI’s FAST FORWARD NY video on-demand service helps hundreds of adults throughout our region achieve their High School Equivalency, improve their English skills, and increase workforce readiness. WXXI is also the New York State Education Department’s official Regional Adult Education Network (RAEN). The RAEN provides research-based training and technical advice to adult literacy agencies throughout the area to help improve their student outcomes. Outside the classroom, WXXI hosts community events for lifelong learners. Our free “Community Cinema” series, held monthly at the Little Theatre, is a public education and civic engagement initiative that features screenings of independent films, along with panel discussions. I encourage you to attend this month’s film – The State of Arizona, which looks at the divisive battle over illegal immigration in Arizona (you can read more about the film on the next page). In addition to Community Cinema, The Little hosts independent films, documentary screenings and group discussions. It also serves as an official venue for numerous film festivals including the Rochester Teen Film Fest, ImageOut, and Greentopia. Whether it’s children’s programming, our prime-time schedule, a film at The Little, news and public affairs or music on the radio, WXXI strives to educate, inform and inspire the young and the young at heart. What will you learn from WXXI today?

Best regards

Norm Silverstein, WXXI President norms@wxxi.org


NEWS&EVENTS

Longtime 1370 Connection Host Bob Smith Steps Down Bob Smith, longtime host and producer of WXXI-AM’s 1370 Connection, has stepped down from the midday talk show. This past April, Bob suffered a stroke and is currently in long-term rehabilitative care. Bob has been part of the WXXI News Team for more than 25 years, leading the community in civic engagement and civil discourse. Over the years, he has interviewed many newsmakers and opinion leaders, including Hillary Clinton, Rudolph Giuliani, Mario Cuomo, Charles Keating, Philip Roth, and B.B. King, as well as many local leaders. A special twohour broadcast honoring Bob will air Thursday, October 17 at 12 p.m. on AM 1370. “Bob’s incredible wealth of knowledge and curiosity of many varied topics made him such an engaging talk show host,” said WXXI President Norm Silverstein. “His dedication to the program has made 1370 Connection essential to the Rochester community for more than 25 years.” Bob started his career in broadcast news before his 20th birthday, when he landed his first full-time radio job as a reporter/ anchor for Syracuse station WHEN (AM) while simultaneously enrolled in graduate school at Cornell University. He holds a Ph.D. in American political and legal history from Cornell and taught undergraduate American political and diplomatic history courses to Cornell undergraduate students. He joined WXXI in March of 1988.

Community Cinema presents

The State of Arizona

Hops and Grapes! A Seneca Trail Tasting Tour Monday, October 7

Monday, October 28 at 7:00 p.m. at the Little Theatre

Join us for a free screening of a film that looks at the divisive battle over illegal immigration in Arizona that came to a head with Senate Bill 1070. The State of Arizona will screen on Monday, October 28, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the Little Theatre. The film focuses on the controversial “papers please” law, SB1070. It will be followed by a panel discussion.

Community Cinema is presented by ITVS and funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people with additional support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Valley Manor and WXXI are reprising last year’s very successful Finger Lakes Wine Trail Tour, but this year, we’re adding beer! Join us Monday, October 7th for our Hops and Grapes Tour. We start at 8 a.m. with a continental breakfast and then board a motor coach bus with our tour guide, Holly Howell, Wine Columnist for the Democrat & Chronicle and Certified Sommelier through the Master Court of Sommeliers in England.

The tour includes: n A tasting at Fox Run Vineyards n Lunch at Veraisons Restaurant

at Glenora Winery n A tasting at Naked Dove

Brewery The cost, including transportation, tours, tastings, lunch and gratuities is $85 per person. Call Corinne Dagen, WXXI Membership Department, at 585-258-0252 , or visit WXXI.org/ events to make your reservation.


Saturday, October 5 at 8 p.m. on WXXI-TV

Downton Abbey fans, you only have a few more months before you learn what happens this season to the noble Crawley family and the staff who serve them in their sumptuous Yorkshire estate. So, until then – we hope this will feed your DA craving… a presentation of Downton Abbey Revisted hosted by Angela Lansbury. Savor the greatest moments from Seasons 1, 2 and 3, along with behind-the-scenes interviews with the producers and your favorite cast members — both above and below stairs.

During the broadcast you’ ll learn more ab out a special even t WXXI has planned with Alastair Bruc e, Downton Abbe y’s historical advisor. He w ill be coming to Rochester in November to host a WXXI lunche on and share his experience on the show and with the cast. You may also reco gn ize Bruce from th e show since he makes cam eo appearances in each season.

The Intrepid: Making War Horse Discovering Lincoln’s Balloon Corps Monday, October 21 at 9 p.m. on WXXI-TV repeats saturday, october 26 at 6 P.M.

Join us for a history lesson in the birth and demise of the Union Army Balloon Corps and the effort of the Genesee Country Village and Museum in Mumford, NY to rebuild the Corps’ largest balloon, The Intrepid. The balloon served as critical advantage to the North during the Civil War. One hundred and fifty years after its existence the museum has meticulously recreated the balloon for use as an interactive experience at the Museum.

sunday, October 20 at 8 p.m. on wxxi-tv

Tune in for a fascinating documentary on the making of the Tony Award-winning production, War Horse. Michael Morpurgo’s novel about a horse who served in WWI and his struggle to return home became the inspiration for the first production by the British National Theatre, in association with the Handspring Puppet Company, starring a puppet. During the broadcast, learn how you can get tickets to the National Tour of War Horse, coming to the Auditorium Threatre November 5-10, 2013.

An Evening with

Ursula Burns Wednesday, October 2 at 10 p.m. on wxxi-tv

Taped in front of a live audience at the New York Times Center, and hosted by veteran PBS-TV news journalist Gwen Ifill, An Evening With Ursula Burns explores the life and career of Burns, the first African American woman to head a Fortune 500 company. A lifelong New Yorker, Ursula Burns tells of her poor upbringing on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, her mother Olga’s efforts to raise three children on her own, Burns’ start at the Xerox Corporation as a young engineer and intern, and her meteoric rise through the corporate ranks.  War Horse - Photos by Brinkhoff/Mögenburg 2011 London Cast; Downton Abbey - Credit: Courtesy of MASTERPIECE

TVHIGHLIGHTS

Downton Abbey Revisited


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 TUESDAY October 1 1:00pm

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*Second Opinion Celiac Disease

| Simply Ming | Test Kitchen | Rick Steves | Second Opinion* | P. Allen Smith | Doc Martin The Apple Doesn’t Fall | Death in Paradise |Take 2 | Visa Dream | American Masters Cachao: Uno Mas | Cuba Mia :... All-Woman Orchestra | To the Contrary | Asian Voices | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country | Joanne Weir | Martha Stewart | This Old House | Rick Steves | Travelscope | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country

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| Daniel Tiger | Clifford | Curious George | The Cat in the Hat | Cyberchase | Fetch! | WordGirl | | | | Well Read Closer to Truth NOVA Inside the Megastorm Skeletons of the Sahara Life on Fire Icelandic Volcanoes | Ciao Italia | Nick Stellino | Globe Trekker Pacific Journeys | Rick Steves | Woodshop Taste of Louisiana | Barbecue U

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| Daniel Tiger | Clifford | Curious George | The Cat in the Hat | Cyberchase | Fetch! | Second Opinion | Take 2 | Independent Lens Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s... | Frontline | P. Allen Smith | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina | Smart Travels | Travel with Kids | Rick Steves

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| Daniel Tiger | Clifford | Curious George | The Cat in the Hat | Cyberchase | Fetch! | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Homework Hotline | Asia Biz Forecast | America Reframed The New Public | Schools that Change Communities | Newsline | Journal | Julie Taboulie | Irish Food Trails | Indian Flavors | Photo Adventures |In the Americas | Rick Steves | Woodwright | Garden Smart | Katie Brown

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| Daniel Tiger | Clifford | Curious George | The Cat in the Hat | Cyberchase | Fetch! | WordGirl | European Journal | Latino Americans Foreigners in Their Own Land/Empire of Dreams | Voces on PBS Lemon | P. Allen Smith | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina | Smart Travels | Travel with Kids | Rick Steves | Woodsmith

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| Downton Abbey Revisited | This Old House | Ask/Old House | McLaughlin Group | Moyers & Company | | | Latino Americans (cont’ from 12pm) Moyers & Company Washington Week McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose |Inside Washington | Am. Reframed CityWise

MARATHON: Journey to Latin America Our hosts will take you to Mexico, Puerto Rico and beyond. Be overwhelmed by the rich history, beautiful landscapes, tasty cuisine & culture.

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat PREMIERE | Fetch! | Wild Kratts | Religion & Ethics | Earthflight Nature Asia & Australia | Journey of the Broad-Winged Hawk | Global Voices The Lost Dream LinkAsia | Ciao Italia | Nick Stellino |Globe Trekker Pacific Journeys | Rick Steves | Woodshop Taste of Louisiana | Barbecue U Clifford

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


Time-Warner Cable Changes Its Channel Line-Up, effective October 15 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. TUESDAY October 1 6:00pm

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| Global Voices Girl, Adopted | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears

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| Latino Americans Pride and Prejudice/Peril and Promise Part 5 & 6 of 6 | Frontline: Inside Japan’s Nuclear... | America Reframed The New Public | PBS NewsHour | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh | Martha Bakes | Hometime | Rick Steves

| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Earthflight Nature Asia and Australia | Invented Here The Paper Revolution* | An Evening with Ursula Burns* | Independent Lens Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey | Frontline | PBS NewsHour Frontline | | | | | | | | Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur WordGirl Joanne Weir Martha Bakes Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | NTK Rochester | The Invention...* | Doc Martin Going Bodmin | Death in Paradise | NOVA Inside the Megastorm | Skeletons of the Sahara | Life on Fire Icelandic Volcanoes | PBS NewsHour Life on Fire Icelandic Volcanoes | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh | Martha Bakes | Hometime | Rick Steves Clifford | Super Why! BBC World News

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Washington Week | Charlie Rose | Great Performances The Hollow Crown: Henry IV, Pt 2 of 2 | | | Cuba Mia: ... All-Woman Orchestra | PBS NewsHour Cuba Mia: ... All-Woman Orchestra Visa Dream American Masters Cachao: Uno Mas | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Joanne Weir | Martha Stewart | This Old House | Rick Steves Clifford BBC World News

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| PBS NewsHour* | Lawrence Welk Say It With Music | Downton Abbey Revisited | Elton John in Concert | | | | | | | European Journal LinkAsia Moyers & Company Washington Week McLaughlin Group Charlie Rose Inside Washington America Reframed The New Public | | | | | | Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur WordGirl MARATHON: Journey to Latin America To honor Hispanic Heritage month. The Invention...*

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| PBS NewsHour | Remember When: Canandaigua* | Last Tango in Halifax Part 5 of 6 | Masterpiece Classic The Paradise Part 1 of 7 | Earthflight Nature Asia and Australia | Journey of the Broad-Winged Hawk | Global Voices The Lost Dream (cont’ from 5p) America Reframed | Voces on PBS Lemon | | | | WordGirl | Chef John Besh | Nick Stellino | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears | Arthur New York Now

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Antiques Roadshow Vintage San Fran. | Genealogy Roadshow San Francisco | POV Brooklyn Castle | Latino Americans War and Peace/The New Latinos | 28th Annual Imagen Awards | PBS NewsHour 28th Annual Imagen Awards | | | | | | | Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur WordGirl Joanne Weir Nick Stellino | This Old House | Rick Steves BBC World News

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | In Performance at the... Musica Latina | Frontline League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis Parts 1 and 2 of 2* | Global Voices The Lost Dream | Am. Reframed Code of the West | Death/Old West | PBS NewsHour 2501 Migrants: A Journey | | | | | | | | Rick Steves Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur WordGirl Chef John Besh’s Nick Stellino | Hometime BBC World News

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts Clifford | Asia Biz Forecast | Global Voices Garbage Dreams | America Reframed Plagues & Pleasures...Salton Sea | Knee Deep Asian Voices | Seafood Cook-off | Indian Flavors |Photo Adventures | In the Americas | Rick Steves | Woodwright Cooking Odyssey | Julie Taboulie

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| Death in Paradise | To the Contrary | Asian Voices | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country

| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat | Fetch! | Wild Kratts | WordGirl | Homework Hotline | European Journal | Latino Americans Pride and Prejudice/Peril and Promise | Immigrant Nation! Battle for the Dream| Newsline | Journal | P. Allen Smith | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Travel with Kids | Rick Steves | Woodsmith | Victory Garden | For Your Home

WEDNESDAY October 16

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| Elton John in Concert | This Old House | Ask/Old House | McLaughlin Group | Moyers & Company | Moyers & Company |Washington Week | McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose |Inside Washington | Am. Reframed Code of the West

| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | Religion & Ethics | Earthflight Nature Flying High | Crane Song | Global Voices Garbage Dreams LinkAsia | Nick Stellino |Globe Trekker Silk Road | Rick Steves | Woodshop Taste of Louisiana | Bake Decorate | Ciao Italia

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MARATHON: Andiamo in Italia We’re inviting you to authentic Italian kitchens and historic cities, and highlighting the best Italian inspired recipes. Learn a little Italian culture!

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

*Second Opinion Multiple Sclerosis 2:30pm

| Simply Ming | Test Kitchen | Rick Steves | Second Opinion* | P. Allen Smith | Doc Martin Movement | Tony Gleaton | Frontline League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis | Frontline Football High | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country | Joanne Weir | Nick Stellino | This Old House | Rick Steves | Travelscope

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | Second Opinion | Tony Gleaton | POV Brooklyn Castle | Frontline Outlawed in Pakistan | P. Allen Smith | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina | Smart Travels | Travel with Kids | Rick Steves | Woodsmith

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| Wild Kratts | WordGirl | Homework Hotline | Death/Old West | Newsline | Journal | Woodwright | Garden Smart | Katie Brown

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

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Second Opinion | POV 56 Up (A group of 7-year-olds interviewed every 7 years until age 56) | P. Allen Smith | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Travel with Kids | Rick Steves

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


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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Earthflight Nature Flying High | NOVA Inside the Megastorm | Tony Gleaton | POV Brooklyn Castle | Frontline Outlawed in Pakistan Frontline Outlawed in Pakistan | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Joanne Weir | Nick Stellino Clifford BBC World News

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THURSDAY October 10 6:00pm

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BBC World News | Nightly Business

Life on Fire Volcano Doctors

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FRIDAY October 11 6:00pm

6:30pm

EVENING

7:00pm

| PBS NewsHour | NTK Rochester | Second Opinion * | Doc Martin Gentlemen Prefer | NOVA Megastorm Aftermath | Secrets of/Dead Man Who Saved... | Life on Fire Volcano Doctors | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh | Nick Stellino

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| NOVA Megastorm Aftermath | PBS NewsHour | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

| Death in Paradise | PBS NewsHour | Hometime | Rick Steves

EVENING

7:00pm

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|Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Washington Week | Charlie Rose | Great Performances The Hollow Crown: Henry V | Frontline League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis | Frontline Football High | PBS NewsHour Frontline Football High | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Joanne Weir | Nick Stellino | This Old House | Rick Steves Clifford BBC World News

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SATURDAY October 12 6:00pm

6:30pm

EVENING

7:00pm

*In celebration of Canandaigua’s Centennial 7:30pm

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| PBS NewsHour | Lawrence Welk Salute/Kathy Lennon | Remember When: Canandaigua* | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Hebburn | The Café | Moyers & Company | Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose |Inside Washington | Am. Reframed Code of the West European Journal | LinkAsia | | | | WordGirl | MARATHON: Andiamo in Italia Who doesn’t love a good bowl of pasta? Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears | Arthur British Antiques

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SUNDAY October 13 6:00pm New York Now (cont’ from 5p)

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| PBS NewsHour | Lark Rise to Candleford 35 of 40 | Last Tango in Halifax Pt 6 of 6 | Death/Old West | Cruz Reynoso: ...Seeds of Justice | Earthflight Nature Flying High | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl

MONDAY October 14 6:00pm

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7:00pm

6:30pm

EVENING

7:00pm

| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Antiques Roadshow Hartford, CT Immigrant Nation! Battle for Dream | Latino Americans Pride and Prejudice/Peril and Promise | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl Clifford | Super Why! BBC World News

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TUESDAY October 15 6:00pm

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BBC World News | Nightly Business

Life on Fire The Surprise Salmon

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7:00pm

| Nature Saving Otter 501 BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | POV 56 Up(A group of 7-year-olds interviewed every 7 years until age 56) Visa Dream | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl Clifford

THURSDAY October 17

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| Genealogy Roadshow Austin | POV 56 Up | Immigrant Nation! Battle for Dream | PBS NewsHour | Joanne Weir | Nick Stellino | This Old House | Rick Steves

| Superheroes: Never-Ending Battle Truth, Justice...‘38-’58, Power...Responsibility ‘59-’77, Hero Can Be Anyone ’78-’13 BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Global Voices Garbage Dreams | America Reframed Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea| Knee Deep | PBS NewsHour Global Voices Sentenced Home | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh’s | Nick Stellino | Hometime | Rick Steves Clifford | Super Why!

WEDNESDAY October 16

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| Masterpiece Classic Paradise Pt 2 | Downton Abbey Series 2, Part 1 | Crane Song | Global Voices Garbage Dreams | Chef John Besh | Nick Stellino | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

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| Super Why!

EVENING

7:00pm

7:30pm

8:00pm

| NOVA Making Stuff Faster | Frontline Never Forget To Lie | Joanne Weir | Nick Stellino

*Second Opinion Melanoma 8:30pm 9:00pm

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| Raw to Ready Komatsu | PBS NewsHour | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

10:00pm

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| PBS NewsHour | NTK Rochester | Second Opinion * | Doc Martin Sh*t Happens | Death in Paradise | NOVA Ground Zero Supertower | Raw to Ready Komatsu | Life on Fire The Surprise Salmon | PBS NewsHour | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Martha Stewart | Nick Stellino | Hometime | Rick Steves


FRIDAY October 18 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 Ground Zero Supertower | Raw to Ready Komatsu | Life on Fire The Surprise Salmon | Newsline | Journal Well Read | Nick Stellino | Globe Trekker East to West | Rick Steves | Woodshop | P. Allen Smith | B Organic Taste of Louisiana | Bake Decorate | Ciao Italia Clifford

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SATURDAY October 19 1:00pm

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SUNDAY October 20 1:00pm CityWise

1:30pm

| Rick Edleman

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| Test Kitchen | Rick Steves Immigrant Nation! Battle for Dream | Superheroes Part 1 of 3 The French Chef | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country | Joanne Weir

Martha Bakes

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1:30pm

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| Second Opinion* | P. Allen Smith | Doc Martin City Slickers | Death in Paradise | Superheroes Part 2 of 3 | Independent Lens Wonder Women! | To the Contrary | Asian Voices | Nick Stellino | This Old House | Rick Steves | Travelscope | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country

AFTERNOON

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| Great Performances 40th Anniversary | This Old House | Ask/Old House| McLaughlin Group | Moyers & Company | Moyers & Company | Washington Week | McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose |Inside Washington | Am. Reframed Plagues/Pleasures

MARATHON: Lose It or Use It Join P. Allen Smith, Katie Brown, and others to learn how to put unused items to good use. Clean up your living space and the environment!

MONDAY October 21 1:00pm

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | WordGirl | Homework Hotline | Religion & Ethics | Immigrant Nation! Battle for the Dream| Nature Saving Otter 501 | Nature Cloud: Challenge of/Stallions | Newsline | Journal LinkAsia | | | | | | | Taste of Louisiana Bake Decorate Ciao Italia Nick Stellino Globe Trekker Colorado to Utah Rick Steves Woodshop P. Allen Smith | B Organic

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TUESDAY October 22 1:00pm Clifford Asia This Week

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | European Journal | The Amish: American Experience | Local USA | Chef John Besh | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Travel with Kids | Rick Steves

WEDNESDAY October 23 1:00pm

AFTERNOON

2:00pm

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| Wild Kratts | Summer Hill | Woodsmith

AFTERNOON

2:00pm

4:30pm

| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | Asia Biz Forecast | Global Voices When Hari Got Married | America Reframed America Dreams Deferred Asian Voices | Seafood Cook-off | Indian Flavors |Photo Adventures |In the Americas | Rick Steves | Woodwright Cooking Odyssey | Julie Taboulie Clifford

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THURSDAY October 24 1:00pm Clifford Scully World

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| WordGirl

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

AFTERNOON

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AFTERNOON

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| Simply Ming | Test Kitchen | Rick Steves Independent Lens | Spirit of Women | Superheroes Pt 3 of 3 The French Chef | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country | Joanne Weir

Martha Bakes

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4:30pm

| Wild Kratts | Frontline | Woodsmith

4:30pm

| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts Clifford | Closer to Truth | NOVA Making Stuff... | Raw to Ready Bentley | Life on Fire Phoenix Temple Well Read | Nick Stellino | Globe Trekker Bangladesh | Rick Steves | Woodshop Taste of Louisiana | Bake Decorate | Ciao Italia

SATURDAY October 26

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

AFTERNOON

2:00pm

| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Second Opinion | Spirit of Women | Independent Lens The Waiting Room/Let Me Down Easy | Chef John Besh | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Travel with Kids | Rick Steves

FRIDAY October 25

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

4:30pm

| Second Opinion* | P. Allen Smith | Doc Martin The Admirer | Pioneers of Television Superheroes | Ind. Lens Wham! Bam! Islam! | Nick Stellino | This Old House | Rick Steves | Travelscope

| WordGirl | Biz Kid$ | Newsline | Journal | P. Allen Smith | B Organic

| Death in Paradise | To the Contrary | Asian Voices | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country


FRIDAY October 18 6:00pm

6:30pm

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|Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour |Washington Week | Charlie Rose |Superheroes Part 2 of 3 Independent Lens Wonder Women! | Superheroes Pt 1 of 3 | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl Clifford BBC World News

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SATURDAY October 19 6:00pm

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| Great Performances 40th Anniversary | Film School Shorts | Independent Lens Wonder Women! | PBS NewsHour | Joanne Weir | Nick Stellino | This Old House | Rick Steves

EVENING

7:00pm

| PBS NewsHour | Lawrence Welk Salute/Seniors | Lark Rise to Candleford 35 of 40 | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Hebburn | The Café | Moyers & Company |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose |Inside Washington | Am. Reframed Plagues/Pleasures European Journal | LinkAsia | | | | WordGirl | MARATHON: Lose It or Use It Everyone is cleaning up and cleaning out. Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears | Arthur British Antiques

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SUNDAY October 20 6:00pm New York Now (cont’ from 5p)

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6:30pm

| PBS NewsHour | Lark Rise to Candleford 36 of 40 | Making War Horse | Knee Deep | Immigrant Nation! Battle for Dream | Nature Saving Otter 501 | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl

MONDAY October 21 6:00pm

EVENING

7:00pm

6:30pm

EVENING

7:00pm

| Masterpiece Classic Paradise Pt 3 | Masterpc. Downton Abbey I Pt 2 of 7 | Nature Cloud: Challenge of Stallions | Global Voices Hari Got Married | Martha Stewart | Nick Stellino | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

The Intrepid: Discovering Lincoln’s Balloon Corps premierE The history behind the Civil War balloon replica at the Genesee Country Village & Museum. 7:30pm 8:00pm 8:30pm 9:00pm 9:30pm 10:00pm

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Antiques Roadshow Miami Beach, FL | The Intrepid* | Summer Hill | The Amish: American Experience | Local USA Local USA | | | | | | Joanne Weir Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur WordGirl BBC World News

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TUESDAY October 22 6:00pm

6:30pm

|Antiques Roadshow Miami Beach, FL | Independent Lens | Summer Hill | PBS NewsHour | Nick Stellino | This Old House | Rick Steves

EVENING

7:00pm

| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour |African Americans: Many Rivers... | Seige in the Sahara | Global Voices When Hari Got Married | America Reframed America Dreams Deferred Global Voices China Blue | | | | | WordGirl | Martha Srewart | Nick Stellino Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur BBC World News

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WEDNESDAY October 23 6:00pm

6:30pm

BBC World News | Nightly Business Frontline

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THURSDAY October 24 6:00pm

6:30pm

BBC World News | Nightly Business

Life on Fire Phoenix Temple

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FRIDAY October 25 6:00pm

6:30pm

| Frontline Nightmare Bacteria | PBS NewsHour | Hometime | Rick Steves

EVENING

7:00pm

| PBS NewsHour | Nature Animal Odd Couples | NOVA Making Stuff... | Independent Lens The Waiting Room/Let Me Down Easy | Frontline | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Joanne Weir | Nick Stellino EVENING

7:00pm

| Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

7:30pm

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*Second Opinion Whooping Cough 8:30pm 9:00pm

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8:30pm

*Craft in America - Featuring local sculptor Albert Paley 9:30pm 10:00pm 10:30pm

| PBS NewsHour | NTK Rochester | Second Opinion | Doc Martin The Portwenn Effect | NOVA Making Stuff... | Raw to Ready Bentley | Life on Fire Phoenix Temple | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Martha Stewart | Nick Stellino EVENING

7:00pm

| Raw to Ready Bentley

9:00pm

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| Death in Paradise | PBS NewsHour | Hometime | Rick Steves

| Nightly Business| PBS NewsHour | Washington Week | Charlie Rose | Raisin in the Sun Revisited ...Cycle | Craft in Am. Forge* | Pioneers of Television Superheroes | Independent Lens Wham! Bam! Islam! | PBS NewsHour Independent Lens Wham! Bam! Islam! | Superheroes Pt 3 of 3 | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Joanne Weir | Nick Stellino | This Old House | Rick Steves* Clifford

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| PBS NewsHour | Lawrence Welk Halloween Party | Lark Rise to Candleford 36 of 40 | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Hebburn | The Café | Moyers & Company |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose |Inside Washington | Am. Reframed America Dreams... European Journal | LinkAsia | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | MARATHON: Autumn Harvest As it gets cool, we look ahead to harvest time! Clifford The Intrepid*

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SUNDAY October 27 1:00pm

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*Craft in America - Featuring local sculptor Albert Paley 2:30pm 3:00pm 3:30pm 4:00pm

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| Rick Edleman | NTK Rochester | Craft in America Forge* | This Old House |Ask/Old House | McLaughlin Group | Moyers & Company | | | Amish: American Ex. (cont’ 12p) Moyers & Company Washington Week McLaughlin Group| Charlie Rose |Inside Washington | Am. Reframed America Dreams...

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MARATHON: Autumn Harvest Enjoy apple, pumpkin, squash, and sweet potato recipes by Katie Brown, P. Allen Smith, Joanne Weir. As the weather gets cooler, we look ahead to harvest time.

MONDAY October 28 1:00pm

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | | | | LinkAsia Religion & Ethics Nature Animal Odd Couples African Americans: Many Rivers... Global Voices China Blue | | | | | Woodshop Taste of Louisiana Bake Decorate Ciao Italia Nick Stellino Globe Trekker Georgia & Armenia | Rick Steves Clifford

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TUESDAY October 29 1:00pm Asia This Week

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2:00pm

| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | European Journal | Homeland: Immigration in America Jobs & Enforcement | Local USA | Chef John Besh | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Travel with Kids | Rick Steves

WEDNESDAY October 30 1:00pm

5:30pm

AFTERNOON

1:30pm

Clifford

5:00pm

| WordGirl | Homework Hotline | Newsline | Journal | P. Allen Smith | B Organic

| Wild Kratts | Local USA | Woodsmith

4:30pm

| 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 | Homework Hotline | Asia Biz Forecast | America Reframed Trust | Global Voices Please Vote For Me | Newsline | Journal Asian Voices | | | | | | | | Cooking Odyssey Eat! Drink! Italy! Seafood Cook-off Indian Flavors Journeys in India Music Voyager Rick Steves Woodwright Garden Smart | Katie Brown Clifford

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THURSDAY October 31 1:00pm Clifford Scully World

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Second Opinion | Room to Breathe | Independent Lens The Graduates | Chef John Besh | Jazzy Vegetarian | Christina Cooks | Smart Travels | Travel with Kids | Rick Steves

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WEEKDAYS

SATURDAY

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Cyberchase

Thomas & Friends

6:30

Martha Speaks

Barney & Friends

SUNDAY Sesame Street

7:00 Arthur 7:30

Sesame Street Wild Kratts

Sesame Street

8:00

Curious George

Curious George

Curious George

8:30

Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That

Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That

Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That

9:00

Peg + Cat

Bob the Builder

Arthur

9:30

Dinosaur Train

Hometime

WordGirl

This Old House

Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman

10:00

Sesame Street

10:30

Ask This Old House

Biz Kid$

11:00

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

The Woodsmith Shop

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

11:30

Super Why!

Ciao Italia

Inside Washington

Noon

Sid the Science Kid

Lidia’s Italy in America

To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

12:30

Thomas & Friends

Need to Know Rochester

Second Opinion

PEG+CAT

WEEKDAYS AT 9 A.M. , STARTING OCTOBER 7 ON WXXI-TV This new animated preschool series follows the adorable, spirited Peg and her sidekick Cat as they embark on adventures and learn foundational math concepts and skills. Each episode features fascinating stories in which Peg and Cat encounter a problem that requires them to use math and problem solving skills in order to move forward. Credit: Courtesy of (c) 2013, Feline Features LLC


SUNDAY October 27 6:00pm

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| PBS NewsHour | Lark Rise to Candleford 37 of 40 | Secrets of the Tower of London | Masterpiece Classic Paradise Part 4 | Downton Abbey Series 2 Part 3 | Local USA | Summer Hill | Nature Animal Odd Couples | African Americans: Many Rivers... | Global Voices Unmistaken Child (cont’ from 5p) | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Martha Stewart | Nick Stellino | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves Clifford

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MONDAY October 28 6:00pm

6:30pm

EVENING

7:00pm

BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Local USA Clifford | Super Why! Local USA

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TUESDAY October 29 6:00pm

6:30pm

| Antiques Roadshow Miami Beach, Fl | Antiques Roadshow Dallas, TX | Homeland: Immigration in America Jobs and Enforcement | Local USA | Local USA | Curious George: Halloween Boo Fest | Arthur | WordGirl | Joanne Weir | Nick Stellino

| Independent Lens The Graduates | PBS NewsHour | This Old House | Rick Steves

EVENING

7:00pm

| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour |African Americans: Many Rivers... | War of the Worlds: American Experience (Orson Welle’s radio drama) | | America Reframed Trust | PBS NewsHour Spirit of Women Global Voices Unmistaken Child | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Martha Stewart | Nick Stellino | Hometime | Rick Steves Clifford | Super Why! BBC World News

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WEDNESDAY October 30 6:00pm

6:30pm

EVENING

7:00pm

| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Nature Wolverine: Chasing Phantom | NOVA Making Stuff... | Independent Lens The Graduates | Frontline Frontline | | | | | | Joanne Weir | Nick Stellino Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur WordGirl BBC World News

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THURSDAY October 31 6:00pm

6:30pm

BBC World News | Nightly Business

Life on Fire Ash Runners

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EVENING

7:00pm

7:30pm

8:00pm

*Second Opinion Food Allergies 8:30pm 9:00pm

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| Raw to Ready Mack Truck

| Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

10:00pm

10:30pm

| PBS NewsHour | NTK Rochester | Second Opinion | Doc Martin Of All the Harbors in All... | Death in Paradise | NOVA Ground Making Stuff... | Raw to Ready Mack Truck | Life on Fire Ash Runners | PBS NewsHour | Curious George: Halloween Boo Fest | Arthur | WordGirl | Martha Stewart | Nick Stellino | Hometime | Rick Steves

CURIOUS GEORGE A HALLOWEEN BOO FEST Late Night

W E E K N I G H T S

MONDAY, OCTOBER 28 AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31 AT 8 A.M. ON WXXI-TV, ALSO ON WXXI-CREATE THOSE DAYS AT 7 P.M.

11:00p Charlie Rose (delay 10/4, 7, 8, 11, 14, 21) Hang on to your hats and get ready for a spook-tacular 12:00a BBC World (not 10/4, 7, 8, 11, 14, 21) good time with Curious George — in his first-ever 12:30a Tavis Smiley (not airing 10/14, 21) Halloween movie.

S A T U R D AY S

S U N D AY S

11:00p Doctor Who 12:00a Austin City Limits 10/5 Juanes/Jesse & Joy 10/12 Phoenix 10/19 The Lumineers/ Shovels & Ropes 10/26 Vampire Weekend/ Grizzly Bear 1:00a OnStage 10/5 The Prickers & Po’ Boys Brass Band 10/12 Violet Mary & Teressa Wilcox 10/19 Tony Brown & Joe Crookson 10/26 Funknut & Miche Fambro

11:00p 10/6 Downton Abbey Revisited 10/13 (10p) Downton Abbey II 10/20 The Last Time I Saw Paris 10/27 Downton Abbey Revisited 12:00a 10/6 (12:30a)The Invention Nobody Wanted 10/13 Live From the Artist’s Den The National 10/20 The Last Time I Saw Paris 10/27 (12:30a) Plainspirits

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

REMEMBER WHEN: CANANDAIGUA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6 AT 7 P.M., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 AT 8 P.M. ON WXXI-TV

Remember when Fridays meant a ride on the trolley and a sundae on Main Street? Remember when the click-clack sound of a roller coaster meant a warm summer night at Roseland Park? In honor of Canandaigua celebrating its Centennial this year, we are pleased to present Remember When: Canandaigua, a WXXI production that brings back those great memories from “the chosen spot.”


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

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A STORYCORPS 10TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs with the opportunity to record, share, and preserve the stories of our lives. Recordings are archived at the Library of Congress, and specially selected pieces air Friday mornings during Morning Edition on AM 1370 and WRUR-FM. October marks the tenth anniversary of this project, the largest oral history projects of its kind. To celebrate, NPR’s Scott Simon and StoryCorps founder Dave Isay host a retrospective, sharing stories about StoryCorps’ beginnings and its growth into an archive of interviews with nearly 100,000 Americans from every state of the union. They also revisit some of the most beloved conversations, reflect on Studs Terkel’s speech at the launch of the project, get updates from the participants, and go behind-the-scenes of a StoryCorps interview. TIES THAT BIND: A STORYCORPS 10TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20 AT 9 P.M. ON AM 1370

1370 Forums & AM 1370 Specials State of the Re:Union with Al Letson: The Rural Southwest: Home on the Range

State of the Re:Union with Al Letson: Portland, OR: A Tale of Two Cities

Among the most iconic landscapes in America is the Western Range. But, this land has become contested ground. Development pressures threaten open space as ranchers and environmentalists alike are wrestling with what this land should be in the years to come.

There’s the Portland that many are familiar with, the city some residents praise as a kind of Eden: full of bike paths, independently owned small businesses, great public transportation and abundant microbreweries and coffee shops. And then there’s the other Portland: the city where whole stretches of busy road are missing sidewalks, the city that’s been getting whiter and less diverse, where some longtime African American residents feel as if decades of institutional racism still have not been fully addressed.

sunday, OctoBER 6 at 9 p.m.

sunday, OctoBER 13 at 9 p.m.

intelligence squared U.S.: Should we break up the big banks?” sunday, OctoBER 27 at 9 p.m.

In 2008, big banks received 245 billion in taxpayer dollars to stabilize U.S. banking institutions. Today, banks that were once “too big to fail” are bigger. Was size a root cause of the financial crisis, or do economies of scale provide benefits to customers and investors?


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10/5 Mozart: Cosi fan Tutte (in Italian) With Heart and Voice

10/12 Offenbach: The Tales of Hoffmann (in French)

with Peter DuBois

9:00

Performance Today w/ Fred Child

10/19 Mark Adamo: The Gospel of Mary Magdalene (in English)

10:00 11:00

Fascinatin’ Rhythm w/ Michael Lasser Classical Music

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with Julia Figueras

10/26 Verdi: Luisa Miller (In Italian)

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3:00pm The New York Philharmonic

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10/6 Brahms: Concerto for Violin and Cello, Symphony No. 2

Spoleto Chamber Music Fest

10/13 Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1 Sibelius: Symphony No. 2

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From the Top Comes to Rochester March 19, 2014 Tune in to Classical 91.5 October 11 through October 18 to learn how you can get first crack at tickets to the show, coming to Kodak Hall in March.

Classical 91.5 Syndicated Orchestral Series at 8:00 p.m. Mondays - Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra 10/7 Rossini: La gazza ladra Overture, Intermezzo from Manon Lescaut, Act 1, final portion from La bohème Respighi: Fountains of Rome Puccini: Act 1, final portion from Madama Butterfly Verdi: Overture to La forza del destino (Karin Wolverton, s; Dinyar Vania, t; Neil Varon, cond) 10/14 Dvorák: Slavonic Dances Op. 46 Mendelssohn: Piano Concerto No. 1 Schubert: Symphony No. 9, Great (William Wolfram, p; Christopher Seaman, cond) 10/21 Smetana: The Moldau from Ma vlast Persichetti: English Horn Concerto Dvorák: Symphony No. 8 (Anna Steltenpohl, eh; Andreas Delfs, cond) 10/28 Brouwer: Remembrances Wieniawski: Violin Concerto No. 2 Beethoven: Symphony No. 3, Eroica (Corey Cerovsek, v; Courtney Lewis, cond) Tuesdays - Cleveland Orchestra 10/1 Haydn: The Seasons 10/8 Rebel: Les elements Overture Fischer: Symphony with Eight Obbligato Timpani Mozart: Symphony No. 17 Haydn: Symphony No. 45, Farewell 10/15 Handel: Water Music Suite No. 1, Coronation Anthem No. 1, Zadok the Priest, Dettingen Te Deum

10/22 Martinsson: Open Mind Beethoven: Piano Concerto Thursdays - BP Chicago Symphony Orchestra No. 3 Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5 10/3 Dvoràk: Symphony No. 5 Martucci: Notturno Scherzo; Romeo at the Tomb of the Capulets from Romeo Tuesdays - Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and Juliet, Harold in Italy, Nuits d’été Respighi: Feste 10/29 Mendelssohn: The Hebrides Overture, Fingal’s Cave, Violin Concerto, Nocturne from Four Pieces from A romana Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4, Italian Midsummer Night’s Dream, Symphony No. 4, Italian 10/10 Mozart: Ave verum corpus Vivaldi: Magnificat Wednesdays - San Francisco Symphony Orchestra

Verdi: Four Sacred Pieces Gabrieli: Sonata piano forte Verdi: Otello, Act I

10/2 Shostakovich: Symphony No. 14 Mussorgsky/Ravel: 10/17 Verdi: Otello, Acts II-IV Pictures at an Exhibition Berlioz: Love Scene from Roméo 10/24 Shostakovich: Chamber Symphony Vaughan et Juliette Williams: Tuba Concerto Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 Shostakovich: Cello Concerto No. 2 10/9 Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 Dutilleux: Violin Concerto, L’Arbre des songes Haydn: Symphony No. 99 10/31 Haydn: Symphony No. 48 Martinu: Oboe Concerto Brahms: Serenade No. 2 Scriabin: The Divine Poem Wagner: Flying Dutchman 10/16 Strauss: Don Juan, Burleskein for Piano and Orchestra Schumann: Symphony No. 2 Shostakovich: Symphony No. 9 10/23 Schubert: Overture to Alfonso und Estrella, Piano Quintet, Trout Schubert/Mahler: Quartet, Death and the Maiden Schubert: Unfinished Symphony 10/30 Schütz: Ich bin ein rechter Weinstock from Geistliche Chormusik Schoenberg: Five Pieces for Orchestra Brahms: A German Requiem Stravinsky: Symphony of Psalms

Overture fridays - APM Symphony Cast 10/4 Beethoven: Symphony No. 2 and No. 9 10/11 Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem Stravinsky: Violin Concerto Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 10/18 Faure: Suite from Pelléas and Mélisande Ravel: Ma Mère l’Oye Ballet Music Schubert: Symphony No. 4, Tragic 10/25 Mozart: Requiem


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The Jewish Sound World of Gospel with Wayne Norwood

Open Tunings with Scott Regan

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The All Weather Lunch with Liz Michael & Morgan Jaffe

La Dolce Vita with John Sebaste

Irish Party House with John McGraw & Ted McGraw

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GUMBO VARIATION THURSDAYS AT 6 P.M. ON WRUR-FM

Every week host Rick Simpson cooks up a musical stew to satisfy your hungry ears. He starts with a roux of jazz and blues, adds some meaty rock and roll, spices it up with some folk, country, and bluegrass, adds some saucy R&B and world music, and serves it up on a big plate of Americana.


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BRASS

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 AT 1 P.M. ON CLASSICAL 91.5 REPEATS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27 AT 1 P.M. Backstage Pass host Julia Figueras welcomes the Chicago-based Gaudete Brass to Studio A to talk about their new works written for the brass quintet and perform them. The Gaudete Brass is one of the few brass quintets in the world that is exclusively committed to performing serious chamber music. The members of the quintet have succeeded in their musical careers by becoming experts at presenting and programming, preparing new compositions, working with composers, entrepreneurship and business, as well as the fundamentals of chamber music. WATCH ONLINE AT WXXI.ORG/BACKSTAGEPASS

Backstage Pass is a live, monthly performance program that gives listeners the backstage experience of meeting artists up close and personal. The program is made possible in part by a grant from the Gouvernet Arts Fund at Rochester Area Community Foundation.

Exploring Music’s Bill McGlaughlin hosts this special spotlighting the Suzuki Method of music education.

A KALEIDOSCOPE OF TALENT:

THE SUZUKI ASSOCIATION

CELEBRATES

40 YEARS

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 AT 12 P.M. ON CLASSICAL 91.5

This method is the brainchild of Japanese violinist Shinichi Suzuki, who believed that all children can learn to play an instrument. Although his original method was to teach the violin, the method is used today with all instruments. During the program you’ll meet young talent and hear performances and interviews.

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The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Respighi’s Three Botticelli Pitchers, Debussy’s Afternoon of a Faun, and Bizet’s Symphony in C (the 1st mvt.) for the season opening of Live from Hochstein. Michael Butterman will conduct on October 9. Hosted by Classical 91.5’s Mona Seghatoleslami, Live from Hochstein is the longest running live broadcast concert series in Western New York. Broadcast live from the Hochstein Performance Hall (50 North Plymouth Ave. in Rochester), the series presents performances by some of the finest artists from the Rochester area’s musical community. These concerts are free and open to the public. To learn more visit WXXI.org/hochstein. Be sure to tune in or attend these other Live from Hochstein performances in October:

Oct. 16 Cecile Saine, soprano & Paula Bobb, piano

Oct. 23 A  d Hocpresents “Songs My Mum Used to Sing”

Oct. 30 Nazareth Music Faculty WEDNESDAYS AT 12:10 P.M., BEGINNING OCTOBER 9 ON CLASSICAL 91.5

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Join WXXI and the Little Theatre for an evening with Anne Serling, author and daughter of 1960s icon Rod Serling. Rod was creator, writer, and host of The Twighlight Zone, the American science-fiction/ fantasy anthology television series that ran from 1959 to 1964.

Entering the Twilight Zone with Anne Serling Tuesday, October 29, 6:30 p.m. at the Little Theatre

Anne recently published a memoir of her father, As I Knew Him: My Dad, Rod Serling, which actress Carol Burnett describes as a “beautifully written book that is proof that the apple didn’t fall too far from the tree when it came to the writing gene.” During this special evening, Anne will share excerpts from her book, as well as several clips from her personal collection of The Twighlight Zone series. Immediately following her presentation, she will host a reception and book signing in the Little Café. This event is free and open to WXXI members but reservations are required. Seats are limited. Call (585) 258-0200 to reserve your spot. Before becoming a full time writer, author/poet Anne Serling was an early childhood teacher with a Bachelor of Arts degree in education from Elmira College. She serves on the board of directors of the Rod Serling Memorial Foundation and is involved with Binghamton, New York’s School of the Arts “Fifth Dimension” program. Anne wrote predominately poetry until she was published in The Twilight Zone, The Original Stories, an anthology, in which she adapted two of her father’s teleplays, One for the Angels and The Changing of the Guard into short stories. The latter was subsequently published in The Twilight Zone Magazine. Additionally, she has had poetry published in The Cornell Daily Sun and Visions. Recently her works have appeared in Salon.Com and Huffington Post. Anne currently resides in Ithaca, New York.

HORROR FEST 35MM DOUBLE FEATURE

If the image of a hockey mask sends shivers down your spine, and it’s not just the prospect of another rough Sabres season, you’re in luck. On October 25, we’re screening a double feature in 35mm film (the most frightening film medium) of Friday the 13th and Friday the 13th Part 2. The version we’re screening of Part 1 has never been shown in the United States before, and includes scenes even horror aficionados likely haven’t seen. More information for this event will be delivered to your bedroom via raven, at midnight. Or posted to the Little website as we get closer to the date. Either/or.

NEW WEEKEND HOURS FOR THE LITTLE CAFÉ Dinner and a movie? How about lunch and a matinee! The Little Café will be opening at noon on the weekends, starting Saturday, October 5. In the past, our delicious soups, sandwiches, and drinks passed the counter starting at 2 p.m., but the Little staff thought it might be nice for matinee patrons to have a chance at lunch before the show. Early birds, we love you too.


Spotlight on a WXXI Business Partner

Avid vegetable gardeners Susan and Tom Palomaki decided it was a natural career change to purchase Lucas Greenhouses in 2005 after learning the business had closed. Eight years later the Fairport retail garden center grows annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetables, and bedding plants locally and in a responsible way. Lucas is a “green” greenhouse, meaning they practice Integrated Pest Management (IPM). Owner Susan Palomaki explains the practice: “Rather than applying pesticides to our entire operation on a regular basis, we intelligently and regularly scout for insects and other damaging pests to our plants. We then use beneficial insects to control threatening pests and insects. This helps protect our environment and the health of our employees and customers. IPM essentially helps us produce healthier plants. We are also the proud recipients of the 2012 Excellence in IPM award from Cornell Cooperative Extension.” At Lucas Greenhouses customers shop for plants grown onsite, as opposed to plants shipped in from wholesale growers. This distinction is notably reflected in the Lucas slogan:

“We grew up listening to NPR on AM-1370 and love that now we are able to help support it.” —Susan Palomaki, Owner

“Grown Right. Here.” Regarding the Lucas Greenhouses partnership with WXXI: “It was an easy decision to support WXXI,” according to Palomaki. “We grew up listening to NPR on AM-1370 and love that now we are able to help support it. WXXI listeners tend to be lovers of nature and gardeners so it seemed to be a perfect fit.”

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Join WXXI’s Travel Club for an amazing trip to

The Emerald Isle Dublin, Irish Night, Kilkenny, Ring of Kerry, Adare, Galway....these are just a few of the places you’ll visit during this 10-day trip, running July 15 through July 24, 2014. Book before January 15, 2014 and a double is $4,749, a single is $5,549. After January 15, a double is $4,999 and a single is $5,799. Price includes round-trip air from Greater Rochester International Airport, Air Taxes and Fees/Surcharges, Hotel Transfers. To learn more, visit WXXI/travel or call Laura Garrison, WXXI, Assistant Vice President for Individual Giving at 585-258-0309.

INFO NIGHT October 17 at 5:30 p.m. Call (585) 258-0309 to reserve your free seat

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Program Listings - October 2013