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WXXI.org/auction

It’s back…

WXXI’s Online Auction

with thousands of items up for bid, including original artwork, jewelry, electronics, travel packages, classes, and gift certificates. We’ll also be auctioning off a silver 2014 Ford Focus SE, thanks to Shepard Ford. Don’t miss out on the chance to win some great merchandise while supporting the quality programs and services you value. Visit WXXI. org/auction to register for your bidder’s account and you’ll receive two complimentary tickets to the Little Theatre. If you already have a bidder’s account, just click the “order tickets” button to receive your tickets.

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Ford Focus Value: $19,900 Opening bid: $12,000

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Rosenthal China Botanical Floral Pattern,various pieces Value: $25-45 Opening Bid: $10-15

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VIP Early-Bird Bidder Access Register before April 10 and you’ll have special access to the Auction site one day earlier before it goes live on April 12 giving you a chance to view and place bids on items ahead of the general public! The Ms. Anthony Bag from the Susan B. Anthony House Pedego Step-Through Comfort Cruiser Electric Bike Opening Bid: $87.50 Value: $2,500 Opening Bid: $850

Value: $250

FROM THE TOP ROCHESTER TAPING AIRS SUNDAY, APRIL 6 AT 5PM ON CLASSICAL 91.5 

Details inside>>

The Auction is sponsored by:

SCHOOLS FOR SOUTH SUDAN SCREENING & DISCUSSION TUESDAY, APRIL 22 AT 6:30PM AT THE LITTLE 

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Department 56 Collectible Value: $70 Opening bid: $24

Authentic autographed DVD set of Ken Burns’ Civil War, Value: $150 Opening bid: $52

Harden Bristol Channel Collection Side Table Value: $2,200 Opening bid: $570

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April 26 Hand Blown Glass Horse Signed by Artist Pino Signoretto Value: $1,800 Opening bid: $300

Wood Inlaid Bowl by Dela Rosa Woods in Newfield Value: $120 Opening bid: $45

Folk Art Yankees vs Red Sox Chess Set Value: $750 Opening bid: $200


Executive Staff APRIL 2014 Volume 5, Issue 4 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

Mordecai Lipshutz and Norm Silverstein

Dear Friend, We lost a good friend of WXXI and Classical music last month.  On Sunday, March 9, retired Classical 91.5 host Mordecai Lipshutz passed away at the age of 64 following a long illness. His soothing voice, incredible knowledge of Classical music, and his music selections made him everyone’s favorite afternoon drive home companion. Mordecai joined Classical 91.5 in 1976 as a part-time announcer and became a full-time host in 1979. During his distinguished tenure, he produced and hosted Live from Hochstein, including the annual Cup of Good Cheer concert, where he put on a Santa hat, and called himself “Morde-Claus” while reading “The Night before the Sixth Day of Chanukah.” He was the voice of Classical 91.5 on Christmas Eve, keeping listeners company into the wee hours of the morning as they wrapped presents and prepared for Christmas morning. On New Year’s Eve he presented his annual broadcast, “A Night of Smiles,” where he was nicknamed the “Waltz King” because of the many Strauss waltzes he played that evening. Outside the station, Mordecai guest conducted many RPYO marathons, performed solos on the vacuum cleaner (that’s right, a vacuum), and narrated a number of works with the RPO, the Rochester Chamber Music Society and the Eastman School. He retired from Classical 91.5 in 2008, but remained active in the music scene, attending RPO concerts and participating in the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Fest’s late night jam sessions. During a celebration of Mordecai’s 25th anniversary at WXXI, he said “I am very proud to have served the community through Classical 91.5 for so many years. This station is more important to our community now than it ever was. Our classical music is heard by more people of all ages, particularly young people, and it has had a considerable effect on the level of culture in Rochester.” We couldn’t agree more. Our community’s deep appreciation for the arts is why WXXI has one of the most listened-to Classical public radio stations in the country. As Classical 91.5 celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, we look forward to bringing you more fine Classical music, like Mordecai always selected, for years to come. Thank you for your support for all we do! Best regards,

Norm Silverstein, WXXI President norms@wxxi.org


NEWS&EVENTS

Q&A with a WXXI underwriter In 1978 the four Lechner brothers began mowing lawns in their Rochester neighborhood to earn extra income. As other opportunities in the landscape area began to develop, an entrepreneurial spirit among the brothers blossomed into a family landscaping business. Clover Lawn & Landscape is now approaching 30 years of service in the Greater Rochester area. Custom landscape design, installation of walkways and patios, and planting selection from their nursery are just a few of the services available. Doug Lechner offered some insights into the family operations: Q. How would you describe Clover Lawn & Landscape? We are a family-run business with family values as the foundation.

Q. What would you like the WXXI audience to know about Clover Lawn & Landscape? We develop landscapes and relationships with our customers that last a lifetime. Q. What distinguishes Clover Lawn & Landscape from other similar businesses in the

Greater Rochester area? We feel the quality of our work and customer service sets us apart. We are proud of the high percentage of repeat requests from former clients and referrals. Q.  What benefits are associated with operating the Clover Nursery & Garden Center? The Clover Nursery & Garden Center provides the ability to purchase plants and materials from only the best nursery suppliers from across the U.S. Q. What do you consider the most important business practice for your business? We do what we say! To learn more about Clover Lawn & Landscape, visit www.clovernursery.com To learn more about underwriting on WXXI, contact underwriting@wxxi.org

Ken Burns’ THE ADDRESS, which premieres Tuesday, April 15 at 8 p.m. on WXXI-TV, tells the story of a tiny school in Putney, Vermont, the Greenwood School, where each year the students are encouraged to memorize, practice and recite the Gettysburg Address. In its exploration of Greenwood, whose students, boys ages 11-17, all face a range of complex learning differences; the film also unlocks the history, context and importance of President Lincoln’s most powerful address.

THE ADDRESS

In celebration of the film and to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, WXXI has joined Ken Burns’ and PBS’ national public outreach campaign to challenge everyone across the country, especially students to submit their recordings. We encourage kids and adults of all ages to learn the 272-word Gettysburg Address, and video record themselves reading or reciting it.  You can submit your video online at WXXI.org/theaddress.

On Monday, April 14 at 7 p.m.

WXXI will host a preview screening of THE ADDRESS and share several local Gettysburg Address videos already submitted by those in our community at the Little Theatre, theatre 1 (240 East Avenue, Rochester). This event is free and open to the public. Seats are first come, first served.

Local funding for this project is provided in part by: photo: Courtesy of Lindsay Taylor Jackson

Breakfast with

Wonder Red and Word Girl Join us on Sunday, April 6, 2014 at 9 a.m. at WXXI Studios (280 State Street in Rochester) for a fun-filled morning! This event is free for WXXI Kids Club members, or $25 per family of four for non-members. Call (585) 258-0200 to make your reservation.


PREMIERE EPISODE FEATURES GRAMMY AWARD WINNER

GREGORY PORTER SUNDAY, APRIL 20 AT 7PM ON WXXI-TV

Are you ready? June will be here before you know it, and Gibbs Street will be transformed into Jazz Street. Until then, we invite you to enjoy these five concerts WXXI-TV shot during last year’s festival at Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music. The six-part series, Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, features performances by 2014 Grammy award-winner Gregory Porter, Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio

Gretchen Parlato

Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio, Gretchen Parlato, Ravi Coltrane Quartet, and the Louis Armstrong Society Jazz Band. Weaved in with the concert footage are interviews with the musicians, which offer a glimpse into their musical lives and their love of jazz. A sixth episode, Best of Fest, includes past festival performers Kenny Barron, Regina Carter, Curtis Stigers, Grace Kelly, and John Nugent with Strings. Ravi Coltrane Quartet

Louis Armstrong Society Jazz Band

WORDS OF

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SUNDAY, APRIL 6 AT 7PM ON WXXI-TV

THE BLETCHLEY CIRCLE SUNDAYS, APRIL 13-MAY 4 AT 10PM ON WXXI-TV

The popular female-led mystery series is back! The drama follows the story of four women in post-World War II England, who all possess the extraordinary ability to break codes, a skill honed when they worked undercover at the famous Bletchley Park. Now, after the war, they use their unique ability to see patterns to help them solve crimes. Stars Anna Maxwell Martin, Rachel Stirling,Sophie Rundle and Julie Graham are all set to return. photo: ©Laurence Cendrowicz/World Productions

More than 100 hundred years ago, Captain Scott and his companions set out on a journey to the South Pole. It was an epic expedition to the end of the Earth which would push them beyond the limits of human endurance and one from which they would never return. Word of Captain Scott is the moving account of a tragic event that continues to fascinate the public to this day. As the world commemorates the 100th anniversary of the race for Antarctic glory, this program retells their story with the help of new information and in the light of modern medical knowledge.

TVHIGHLIGHTS

XEROX ROCHESTER INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FEST


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 April 1

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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 Wild Predator Invasion | Secrets/Dead Carthage’s Lost Warriors |Japan Beyond 3/11 |Japan Beyond 3/11| Newsline | Journal | Garden to Table | Ciao Italia |Seafood Cook-Off | Globe Trekker Caribbean Islands | Rick Steves | Rough Cut | P. Allen Smith | B Organic

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v| | Simply Ming | Test Kitchen | Rick Steves | Second Opinion* | Doc Martin Sickness & Health | Death in Paradise P. Allen Smith (cont’ 12p) Ind.Lens | Golden Game | Survival: Lives in the Balance Pt 1/4 | Survival: Lives in the Balance Pt 2/4 | Life on the Line | Life on the Line | To the Contrary | Asian Voices |Modern Irish Food | This Old House | Rick Steves | Travelscope | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country Julia & Jacques | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country | A Chef’s Life Martha Bakes

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| Ask/Old House | Moyers & Company| McLaughlin Group | European Journal | America Reframed Town Hall

MARATHON: Pizza Party - Create chefs, Joanne Weir, Lidia Bastianich, and Mary Ann Esposito are among those who will show you how to put a flavorful spin on one of America’s beloved treats.

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MOVE TO INCLUDE TUESDAY April 1 6:00pm

Throughout the year WXXI will present programs devoted to inclusion; showing people with disabilities doing amazing things. It’s all part of our Move to Include initiative, formerly known as Dialogue on Disability. Together with Al Sigl Community of Agencies and the Golisano Foundation we’re asking the community to “Move to Include” everyone in our community – especially people with disabilities. When you do, you honor their contributions and send a message that they are valued. Programs in this guide marked with this v symbol are Move to Include programs. To learn more visit WXXI.org/Include. EVENING

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| Masterpiece Classic Mr Selfridge Pt2/8 | Secrets of Selfridges | Pacific Heartbeat | Global Voices Cuba Part 1 | Chef John Besh |Modern Irish Food | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

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| The Story of the Jews with Simon Schama A Leap of Faith, Over the Rainbow, & Return | America Reframed Town Hall | PBS NewsHour | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh |Modern Irish Food | Woodwright Shop| Rick Steves

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Washington Week | Charlie Rose |Live from Lincoln Ctr. James Naughton | Cleveland Orchestra in Performance | Life on the Line | Survival: Lives in the Balance Pt 1/4 | Survival: Lives in the Balance Pt 2/4 | Life on the Line | Life on the Line | PBS NewsHour | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | A Chef’s Life |Modern Irish Food | This Old House | Rick Steves EVENING

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| PBS NewsHour | Lawrence Welk April Showers | Father Brown | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Call the Midwife (Season 2) | LinkAsia | Moyers & Co. | Asia This Week |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose | European Journal | America Reframed Town Hall | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | MARATHON: Pizza Party - Crispy crust, savory sauce and gooey cheese!

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Antiques Roadshow Kansas City | In Performance Women of Soul | Independent Lens Brothers Hypnotic | Local USA | Story of the Jews/Simon Schama 3/5 | Story of the Jews/Simon Schama 4/5 | Local USA | Local USA | PBS NewsHour | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | This Old House | Rick Steves

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| NOVA Wild Predator Invasion | Secrets/Dead Carthage’s Lost Warriors | Seeds of Resiliency | PBS NewsHour | A Chef’s Life |Modern Irish Food | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

| PBS NewsHour | The Dave Clark Five - Glad All Over, A Great Performance Special | Frontline | America Reframed | PBS NewsHour Cuban Missile Crisis: 3 Men Go to War| Global Voices Cuba Part 1 | | | | | | | Clifford Super Why! Curious George Berenstain Bears Arthur WordGirl Chef John Besh Mexican Table | Woodwright Shop| Rick Steves


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MARATHON: Fresh Air Fun - See the beautiful sights of the world as you’ve never seen them before, with intrepid explorers, Rudy Maxa, Rick Steves, and Darley Newman.

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| Masterpiece Classic Mr Selfridge Pt 3/8 |Bletchley Circle Season 2 PREMIERE | Pacific Heartbeat | Global Voices Cuba Part 2 | Chef John Besh | Mexican Table | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Nature Touching the Wild | NOVA Inside Animal Minds: Dogs &... | Your Inner Fish Reptile Pt 2/3 |One Night in March| Independent Lens The Trials of Muhammad Ali | Coexist | PBS NewsHour | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

THURSDAY April 17 6:30pm

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Washington Week | Charlie Rose | Live from Lincoln Center Jason Isbell | Celebrating the Music of Johnny Cash | Life on the Line | Survival: Lives in the Balance Pt 3/4 | Survival: Lives in the Balance Pt 4/4 | Life on the Line | Life on the Line | PBS NewsHour | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | This Old House | Rick Steves

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FRIDAY April 18

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FRIDAY April 25 1:00pm

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THURSDAY April 24 1:00pm

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TUESDAY April 22

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| Ask/Old House | Moyers & Company| McLaughlin Group | European Journal | America Reframed Deputized

MARATHON: Spring Fling - What says ‘spring’ more than gardening, and preparing Passover and Easter recipes to make for family and friends? Join P. Allen Smith, Burt Wolf, and Katie Brown!

MONDAY April 21

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| Simply Ming | Test Kitchen | Rick Steves | Second Opinion* | P. Allen Smith | Doc Martin The Tameness of a Wolf | Death in Paradise |One Night in March| Young Lincoln | The Address (Ken Burns) | Life On The Line | Life On The Line | To the Contrary | Asian Voices | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | This Old House | Rick Steves | Travelscope | Lidia in America | Cook’s Country

Martha Bakes

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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 Inside Animal Minds: Dogs &... | Your Inner Fish Reptile Part 2 of 3 | Secrets/Dead Cavemen Cold Case | Newsline | Journal | Garden to Table | Ciao Italia |Seafood Cook-Off | Richard Bangs’ Adventures Geneva | Rick Steves | Rough Cut | P. Allen Smith | B Organic

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| Test Kitchen | Rick Steves | Second Opinion* | P. Allen Smith | Doc Martin Nobody Likes Me | Seneca Ray Stoddard: American Original| American Masters Fierce Green Fire | Wilderness: The Great Debate | Cook’s Country | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | This Old House | Rick Steves | Travelscope

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


FRIDAY April 18

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| PBS NewsHour | Pioneers of Television Doctors & Nurses | American Masters A Fierce Green Fire | Frontline | Global Voices Mosquito Problem... | America Reframed | PBS NewsHour | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh | Mexican Table | Woodwright Shop| Rick Steves EVENING

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| Washington Week | Charlie Rose | Great Performances Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Seneca Ray Stoddard: American Original | American Masters Fierce Green Fire | Wilderness: The Great Debate | PBS NewsHour Wilderness: The Great Debate | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | This Old House | Rick Steves Clifford

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FRIDAY April 25

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Nature Snow Monkeys | NOVA Inside Animal Minds: ...Smartest? | Your Inner Fish Monkey Pt 3/3 | Independent Lens Muscle Shoals | PBS NewsHour | Frontline | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

THURSDAY April 24 6:00pm

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Antiques Roadshow Anaheim | Independent Lens Muscle Shoals | Local USA | Rebels with a Cause | Olmsted and America’s Urban Parks | Local USA | Local USA | PBS NewsHour | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | This Old House | Rick Steves

BBC World News | Nightly Business

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| Peter Pan from the Milwaukee Ballet | Life on the Line | Life on the Line | PBS NewsHour | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | This Old House | Rick Steves

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| PBS NewsHour | XRIJF Gregory Porter* | Call the Midwife (Season 3) | Sousa on the Rez | Local USA | Local USA | Nature Touching the Wild | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl

MONDAY April 21 6:00pm

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| PBS NewsHour | Lawrence Welk Easter | Father Brown | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Call the Midwife (Season 2) | LinkAsia | Moyers & Co. | Asia This Week |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose | European Journal | America Reframed Deputized | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | MARATHON: Spring Fling - Spring is definitely in the air today on Create!

British Antiques

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Washington Week | Charlie Rose | Life on the Line | Young Lincoln | The Address (Ken Burns) v | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl

BBC World News

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| PBS NewsHour | Lawrence Welk Those Were the Days | Father Brown | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Call the Midwife (Season 2) | LinkAsia | Moyers & Co. | Asia This Week |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose | European Journal | America Reframed | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | MARATHON: Garden Home - Beautify your garden home with P. Allen Smith.


SUNDAY April 27 1:00pm

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TUESDAY April 29 1:00pm

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WEDNESDAY April 30 1:00pm Asia Voices

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Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman

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Ask This Old House

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

The Cyberchase Movie Wednesday 4/16 at 6AM on WXXI-TV An eco-themed one-hour special, this movie follows Matt, Jackie, Inez and Digit as they are called on to rescue the animals and restore harmony to Ecotopia after Hacker and his bumbling robots wreak havoc.

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| Caillou Tuesdays| WordWorld | Dinosaur |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts Train | Peg + Cat at 8 p.m., beginning April 15 on WXXI-TV | Closer to Truth | Nature | Shark Island... | POV Plants Talk returns About to WXXI-TV The Light in Her Eyes PIONEERS OFWhat TELEVISION for a third| Predator season Legends featuring all new | Kimchi Chronicles | | | | | Rough Cut stories ofCiao the visionaries who shaped a fledgling mediumAntarctica with their creativity, Rick foresight Italia Seafood Cook-Off Globe Trekker Steves

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| Caillou | WordWorld | Dinosaur Train | Peg + Cat |The Cat in the Hat| Fetch! | Wild Kratts | Asia Biz Forecast | America Reframed Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek | Wilderness: The Great Debate | Caprial and John | Scandinavian | Nick Stellino | Wild Photo Adv. | Art Wolfe | Rick Steves | Woodturning

MONDAY March 31 1:00pm

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| Ask/Old House | Moyers & Company| McLaughlin Group | European Journal | America Reframed

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MARATHON: Garden Home - P. Allen Smith shows us how to make the best of a “stay-cation” and how to find peace and serenity in your garden home.

MONDAY April 28

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| Lark Rise to Candleford | Lark Rise to Candleford | This Old House | Moyers & Company| Asia This Week |Washington Week |McLaughlin Group | Charlie Rose

Biz Kid$

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

The Woodsmith Shop

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

11:30

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Ciao Italia

Need to Know Rochester

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Lidia’s Kitchen

To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe

12:30

Thomas & Friends

A Chef’s Life, 4/19 Victory Garden

Second Opinion

Shalom Sesame: It’s Passover Grover

Tuesday, 4/15 at 6PM on CREATE Sunday, 4/20 at 8AM on WXXI-TV This kids special showcases the Passover story, holiday preparations, and Hebrew words and phrases related to Passover.


SUNDAY April 27 6:00pm New York Now

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MONDAY April 28 6:00pm

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PBS NewsHour | Rescue in the Philippines...Holocaust* | Call the Midwife (Season 3)

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*In honor of Holocaust Rememberance Day WXXI is proud to present Rescue in the Philippines: Refuge from the Holocaust 9:00pm

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| Masterpiece Classic Mr Selfridge Pt 5/8 | Bletchley Circle Pt 3/4 | Pacific Heartbeat | Global Voices The Siege | Chef John Besh | Mexican Table | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

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| Antiques Roadshow Anaheim | Antiques Roadshow Minneapolis, MN | Ind. Lens Revenge of the Electric Car BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | | | | Local USA | PBS NewsHour Local USA Local USA Rescue in the Philippines...Holocaust Skokie: Invaded But Not Conquered | Local USA | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | This Old House | Rick Steves create / Clifford TUESDAY April 29 6:00pm

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Nature Love in the Animal Kingdom | NOVA Incredible Journey of Butterflies | Nazi Mega Weapons Super Tanks | Historic Races | Independent Lens Revenge of the Electric Car | Frontline | PBS NewsHour | Super Why! | Curious George | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | A Chef’s Life | Mexican Table | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves Neurotypical EVEN ING

MONDAY March 31 6:00pm

| Pioneers of Television Breaking Barriers | Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle | Frontline (90 minutes long) | America Reframed Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek | PBS NewsHour | Berenstain Bears | Arthur | WordGirl | Chef John Besh | Mexican Table | Woodwright Shop | Rick Steves

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Thursday, April 3 at 9pm on WXXI-TV

Late Night

is an unprecedented exploration of autism from the point of view of autistic people themselves. Four-year-old Violet, teenaged Nicholas and adult Paula occupy different 7:30pm 8:00pm 8:30pm 9:00pm 9:30pm 10:00pm 10:30pm positions on the autism spectrum, but they are all at pivotal moments in their lives. How they and the people around them work out their perceptual and behavioral differences becomes a remarkable reflection of the “neurotypical” world — the world of the non-autistic — revealing inventive adaptations on each side and an emerging critique of both what it means to be normal and what it means to be human.This program is part of Move to Include, formerly known as Dialogue on Disability, a partnership between WXXI, Al Sigl Community of Agencies , and the Golisano Foundation, which celebrates the abilities of people with disabilities.

W E E K N I G H T S 11:00p Charlie Rose (delay 4/4, 14, 15, 28, 29) 12:00a BBC World (not 4/4, 14, 15, 28) 12:30a Tavis Smiley

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11:00p Doctor Who 4/5 The Name of the Doctor Dirk Gently (4/12, 19, 26) 12:00a Austin City Limits 4/5 Nine Inch Nails 4/12 Gary Clark Jr./ Alabama Shakes 4/19 The Civil Wars/ Punch Brothers 4/26 Nora Jones/ Kate Edmonson 1:00a Infinity Hall 4/5 Keb’ Mo 4/12 The Smithereens 4/20 Best of Infinity Hall Live Xerox Rochester Int’l. Jazz Festival 4/27 Gregory Porter

11:00p DCI Banks 12:30a Film School Shorts

Dirk Gently l Saturdays at 11 p.m. A comedy detective drama based on characters from the “Dirk Gently” novels by Douglas Adams. Don’t worry Doctor Who fans, he’ll be back soon.

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American Masters A Fierce Green Fire Tuesday, April 22 at 9pm

In celebration of Earth Day, WXXI presents the first big-picture exploration of the environmental movement, which chronicles one of the largest movements of the 20th century, and one of the keys to the 21st. Pictured: Greenpeace Founders Credit: Courtesy of © Greenpeace / Robert Keziere


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snap judgment Snap Judgment tells intriguing stories about extraordinary and defining events in people’s lives. The program’s raw, intimate, and musical brand of storytelling dares listeners to see a sliver of the world through another’s eye. Snap Judgment host Glynn Washington (pictured) takes listeners on a narrative journey - leaping from one person’s frying pan into another person’s fire. Deejay-driven musical delivery, paired with lush sound design, drops listeners into the very heart of what matters. Snap Judgment’s fast-paced (sometimes dark, sometimes playful) narrative highlights people from across the globe who put everything on the line.

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State of the Re:Union with Al Letson: Travelougue Volume 1 SUNday, arril 6 at 9 pm Enjoy this collection of stories and reflections from the road. The State of the Re:Union team reflects on the series, some of their favorite stories mixed with unheard interviews and a story about a road-trip that completely shifted host Al Letson’s life.

Intelligence Squared US: “Does the president have the Constitutional power to target and kill U.S. citizens abroad?” SUNday, april 13 at 9 pm The president has the constitutional power to target and kill U.S. citizens abroad. With the drone strike on accused terrorist and New Mexico-born Anwar al-Awlaki in Yemen, President Obama has tested the limits of the executive branch’s powers.

Does the president have constitutional authority under the due process clause to kill U.S. citizens abroad, or is it a violation of this clause to unilaterally decide to target and kill Americans?

State of the Re:Union with Al Letson: Poetry Month Special 1 & 2 sundays, arpil 20 & 27 at 9 pm

Host Al Letson celebrates National Poetry Month, a subject that is dear to his heart. Early in his career, Al established himself in the Poetry Slam Movement, reaping artistic credibility and renown. He has performed on a number of national, regional and local stages, including HBO’s Def Poetry Jam. In this two-part special he shares the stories of poets and their works.


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4/5 Puccini: La Bohème Live in HD

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4/12 Giordano: Andrea Chénier

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4/19 R. Strauss: Arabella Relevant Tones

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4/8 Beethovenfest In Bonn 02 Say: Variations for Two Pianos and Percussion Bartók: Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion Piazzolla: Libertango, Parts 1 and 2 Camilo: Just Kidding, One More Once, Carribe Jobim: Chega de Saudade

Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture

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Various Specials (4/14-28) 4/14 Music of the Baroque Jane Glover conducts a performance of Bach’s Passion According to St. John. The chorus and orchestra perform with soloists Paul Agnew, Nathan Berg, Yulia Van Doren, Krisztina Szabó, Todd von Felker, Susan Nelson, Klaus Georg and Ryan O’Mealey. 4/21 Renata Scotto: A Legend Looks Back In this special hosted by baritone Thomas Hampson, Scotto tells her story/. Musical selections will include works by Bellini, Catalani, Conizetti, Mascagni, Puccini, Verdi and others. 4/28 Tito Gobbi: Master Singer: A Centenary Celebration profiles the legendary singer and actor. Contributors to this tribute come from Renata Scotto, Ruggero Raimondi, Conductor James Conlon, Directors of the Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.

4/22 Bachfest Leipzig 02 Bach: Mass in B Minor 4/29 Beethovenfest In Bonn 03 Lutoslawski: Symphony No. 3 Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 Shostakovich: Symphony No. 15

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4/10 Borodin: In the Steppes of Central Asia Khachaturian: Flute Concerto Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 Mussorgsky/ Shostakovich: Songs and Dances of Death

4/24 Dvorák: The Golden Spinning Wheel Berlioz: Les Nuits d’ Été Shostakovich: Symphony No. 1 Rimsky-Korsakov: Tale of the Invisible City of Kitezh

4/2 American Pianists Association Classical Fellowship Bach: French Suite No. 5 Ravel: La Valse Bielawa: Vireo Canons and Chorale

fridays - APM Symphony Cast

4/9 Music Academy of the West with Carol Burnett Legendary comedian Carol Burnett hosts this special about the Festival in Santa Barbara which is a showcase for exceptional young classical musicians.

4/11 Williams: Excerpts from Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Cello Concerto, Pickin’, Sound the Bells!, Suite from Far and Away, Suite from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Theme from Schindler’s List, Adventures on Earth from E.T.: The ExtraTerrestrial

4/16 The Dranoff International Two Piano Competition This fourpart series highlights the 2013 competition. The teams competed for more than $50,000 in cash prizes and worldwide touring contracts. Hosted by Peter Van De Graff and David Polk.

4/18 Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2 Shostakovich: Festival Overture Poulenc: Gloria

4/4 Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 2 Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6

4/25 Ligeti: Melodien Schumann: Symphony No. 1, Spring Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1


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a little free libRary, now at wxxi Take a book, return a book

Have you heard of the Little Free Library program? It’s a “take a book, return a book” gathering place where neighbors share their favorite literature and stories. In its most basic form, a Little Free Library is a box full of books where anyone may stop by and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another book to share. In an effort to promote literacy and the love of reading, WXXI is proud to have its own Little Free Library, located in the lobby of our studios at 280 State Street in downtown Rochester. Special thanks to WXXI volunteer Mark Becker, who designed and built our own Little Library, and WXXI Volunteer Leadership Council Chairman Richard Vuillequez, who provided funds to purchase the materials for the structure. So, the next time you’re in the neighborhood, stop by for a book. To learn more about the project, visit littlefreelibrary.org. (L-R) Richard Vuillequez and Mark Becker


WITH HOST CHRISTOPHER O’RILEY IN ROCHESTER SUNDAY, APRIL 6 AT 5PM ON CLASSICAL 91.5 Sir James Galway

soprano Emily Helenbrook

The Rochester episode of NPR’s From the Top with Christopher O’Riley and world-renowned flutist, Sir James Galway, which taped last month at Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, airs on Classical 91.5 on Sunday, April 6 at 5 p.m. The program features 19-year-old Eastman School of Music student soprano Emily Helenbrook from Alexander, New York, as well as 16-year-old Annie Jacobs-Perkins from Pittsford, principal cellist with the RPYO and Hochstein School student. In addition 10-year-old violinist Pierce Wang from Fremont, California; and 16-year-old pianist Carmen Knoll from Carlstadt, New Jersey, who is a recipient of From the Top’s Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award, perform.

Betty Strasenburgh KEITH AND BETSY WILSON

Sir Galway also plays with an ensemble of young musicians from the Eastman School of Music and Rochester Philharmonic Youth Orchestra (RPYO). They are June Kim (ESM) and Gwen Healy (RPYO), oboes; Dominic Giardino (ESM and From the Top alum) and Jeffrey Guo (RPYO), clarinets; Quinn Delaney (ESM and From the Top alum) and Maggie Bacon (RPYO), bassoons; and Russell Rybicki (ESM) and Nikolette LaBonte (ESM), horns.

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WEDNESDAYS AT 12:10PM ON CLASSICAL 91.5

THE FUTURE OF CLASSICAL MUSIC ON AMERICA’S RIVIERA hosted by Carol Burnett WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9 AT 8PM ON CLASSICAL 91.5

The Music Academy of the West, whose annual Summer School and Festival has become one of the country’s most prestigious showcases for exceptional young classical musicians, is the focus of this two-hour radio special hosted by iconic television star Carol Burnett. Featuring performances and interviews from the Academy’s 2013 Festival, the program’s musical selections include the Queen of the Night aria from the Music Academy’s production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, an excerpt from the West Coast premiere of composer Matthias Pintscher’s new work bereshit, and a rollicking performance of the finale of Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5, conducted by the incomparable Leonard Slatkin.

Live from Hochstein returns for the spring! The series kicked off on March 26 with the Hochstein Merit Scholarship Winners in Recital, featuring flutist Yifan Kong, cellist Annie Jacobs-Perkins, and guitarist Oksana Miller. That program can be heard online at WXXI.org/Hochstein. Great music continues in April when the following musicians take to the Hochstein stage:

April 2

George Taylor, viola

April 9

Rosemary Elliott, cello; Rose Grace, piano

April 23 Pia Liptak, violin; Ines Draskovic, piano April 30 Antara Winds, featuring Diane Smith, flute; Judith Ricker; oboe; Margaret Quackenbush; clarinet; John Hunt, bassoon; Mary Hunt, horn 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. Each of these free “brown bag” concerts runs from 12:10-12:50 p.m., giving downtown business people, teachers, families, students and friends an opportunity to enjoy classical music during their lunch hour.


wxxi&LITTLE

This time of year, people yearn for renewal. The smell of thawed soil, the taste of fresh local produce, the thrill of planning a summer trip – we just need something new. Well, a new documentary made by WXXI’s own Hélène Biandudi Hofer about Rochester’s connection to the world’s newest nation screens on April 22.

SCHOOLS FOR SOUTH SUDAN

Schools for South Sudan focuses on the unique ties between Rochester and this young African nation. A handful of area nonprofits, all founded by former Lost Boys of Sudan, are on the ground in the nation building schools, health clinics and providing clean water in remote villages. Their goal is to bring stability and new opportunities to the people of South Sudan and their work is being supported by funds raised in the Greater Rochester area.

Join us in Theater 1 on Tuesday, April 22 at 6:30pm

for this screening, and stay after the film for a panel discussion, hosted by Hélène Biandudi Hofer herself. This will be a very special panel, composed of Lost Boys turned Rochester citizens and activists. They are doing wonderful things to help shape the future of this young country.

The screening is free and open to the pubic. This project was made possible, in part, through financial support from the Rochester Area Community Foundation. For more information, visit WXXINews.org

INDIAN FOOD and the BEST MOVIE NEVER MADE

Whenever we see a film about food, we want to eat the movie. But if there is one thing we’re sure about, it’s that you can’t eat movies. You can, however, eat Indian food. That’s why in April, we’re hosting a Food and Flicks centered around The Lunchbox, a fantastic foreign film. In addition to a wonderful storyline, there are a lot of beautiful food shots in there that will go perfect with an Indian buffet in our café. Keep an eye on thelittle.org and our Facebook and Twitter pages for details as we get closer to the day. On a completely different topic, you may have heard of the sci-fi classic Dune. Did you know that cult filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky was making his own adaptation in 1975, which would have featured Salvador Dali, Orson Welles, and Mick Jagger? It actually would have been a cinematic game-changer – so why was it never made? Find out when Jodorowsky’s Dune, the documentary taking us inside the cult titan that never was, airs in April! Check thelittle.org for details.

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WXXI AUCTION 12-26

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Meet WXXI Annual Auction’s 2014 Featured Artists! Laura WildeR A Featured Artist on the Auction since 2002, Laura Wilder’s work evokes an early 20th century aesthetic which brings a familiar yet fresh perspective to her subject matter. In describing her artistic style Laura says that “although my work might seem like a nostalgic look backward, it’s really a wish for the present and the future.”

Cordell Cordaro A Rochester native, Cordell Cordaro grew up in the Monroe-Park Ave neighborhoods and as a son of artists, had exposure to creative expression early on in life. While his works can be seen in public and private spaces from New York City to Singapore, Cordell remains committed to his hometown saying Rochester is “a very welcoming community for artists.”

Peter Pincus A Rochester native, Peter began his study of ceramics through classes at the Genesee Pottery while in high school. Committed to help educating the next generation of creative individuals, Peter now has come full circle and is currently the studio manager at the Genesee Pottery, where his studies began. While his ceramic works are functional they also “become canvases that visually illustrate the defining spirit of the times, despite their being utilitarian and made of clay, not canvas.”

Sarah C. Rutherford Originally a Boston native, Sarah C. Rutherford has found herself in love with Rochester, NY. As one of the featured artists in Wall Therapy’s 2013 exhibitions and co-founder of The Yards-a collaborative art space in the heart of the historic Rochester Public Market, Sarah embodies a movement of creative individuals committed to using art as a launching pad for community revitalization.

Dick Kane A longtime donor to the WXXI Auction, Dick Kane has taught painting at the Memorial Art Gallery’s Creative Workshops since 2000. His paintings and teaching style are well known for their energy and excitement. One of his commissions is at Barnes & Noble–Pittsford. He also serves as art advisor to the Town of Brighton.


Program Listings - April 2014