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DECEMBER 2016

WISHING YOU A DELICIOUS HOLIDAY! Whether you celebrate Hanukah, Christmas, or Kwanza – the holidays are all about family, tradition, and food! In this issue of our member magazine we spotlight some of the great holiday cooking specials scheduled this month, and share recipes featured on them. Shabbat chicken soup from Hugs & Knishes, ambrosia salad from A Chef’s Life, panettone from Martha Bakes — you’ll find these recipes and others inside. And, on Saturday, December 17, be sure to tune in for our Great British Baking Show Marathon kicking off with Christmas Masterclass (2015) at 12 p.m. followed by Christmas Masterclass (2014) and Masterclasses 1, 2, 3, and 4. GREAT BRITISH BAKING SHOW MARATHON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17 FROM 12 P.M. TO 6 P.M. ON WXXI-TV

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HUGS & KNISHES: A CELEBRATION OF OUR JEWISH FOODS AND TRADITIONS MONDAY, DECEMBER 19 AT 10 P.M. ON WXXI-TV

Snippets of home life, holiday gatherings, humor and history come together like the ingredients of a favorite grandmother’s Shabbat chicken soup.

Vivian H oward’s

A CHEF’S LIFE HOLIDAY SPECIAL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24 AT 1 P.M. ON WXXI-TV

Join Chef Vivian Howard for a taste of the holidays as she serves up the best of her Southern cooking heritage and the Chanukah traditions her husband Ben grew up with.

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LIDIA CELEBRATES AMERICA HOLIDAY FOR HEROES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24 AT 12 P.M. ON WXXI-TV

Acclaimed chef Lidia Bastianich celebrates the men and women of America’s military in this holiday special.


EXECUTIVE STAFF DECEMBER 2016 VOLUME 7, ISSUE 12 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.

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DEAR FRIENDS, I hope you were among the more than threeand-a-half million viewers who tuned in last month to watch Hamilton’s America. The Great Performances special shared the fascinating story of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s creative process for this groundbreaking production in American musical theater – and it was a perfect way to launch our Norm Silverstein PBS Arts Fall Festival. If you missed Hamilton’s America – or wish somebody you know could have seen it – I have good news for you. WXXI-TV will be rebroadcasting the program on December 1st at 9 p.m and December 4th at 7 p.m. It was a year of great programming from PBS and NPR (especially political coverage in an election year like no other in recent memory), but we’re also very proud of our accomplishments at WXXI in 2016. Here are just a few of the highlights: WXXI’s Golden Anniversary: September marked WXXI’s 50th anniversary and we’ve been celebrating ever since. We kicked off our celebration on September 6 (the exact day Channel 21 turned on its transmitter in 1966) with a Founders’ Breakfast for original members. There are still 165 people in the area who have been members of WXXI from day one, and it was incredible to spend the morning with many of them. Other festivities included: our Mister Rogers’ Sweater Drive, our Open House in September (with nearly 5,000 attending), the Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! taping at the Auditorium Theatre in October, and “An Evening with Caroll Spinney,” who has played both “Big Bird” and “Oscar the Grouch” on Sesame Street, in November. WXXI’s “Go Public” Campaign: Thanks to a capstone gift of $2 million from philanthropist B. Thomas Golisano, our “Go Public” Comprehensive Campaign goal was met in July. We raised more than $18 million over the past five years to help secure the future of WXXI and The Little. The funds raised have already paid dividends to the community with investments in new transmitters for AM 1370 and Classical 91.5 FM, improvements in the WXXI television signal, new cameras and editing systems, and support for news programming and documentaries. Second Opinion and Host Dr. Peter Salgo’s Daytime Emmy Nomination: WXXI’s national healthcare series Second Opinion and its host Dr. Peter Salgo were nominated for a Daytime Emmy® Award in the Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host category. The program, now in its 13th season, continues to break ground on healthcare issues and doctor/patient communication. Tailor Made: The Story of Rochester’s Garment Industry: Premiering last February, Tailor Made captured the fascinating story of the local garment industry and the people who contributed to it. It showcased the rich history of Rochester’s clothing industry from Michaels-Stern & Co. to the Button Factory to one of the country’s oldest and most prestigious clothiers – Hickey Freeman. If you didn’t have a chance to see the documentary when it aired on WXXI-TV, you can watch it online at video.wxxi.org. There will be some changes in 2017, as we bid farewell to a retiring Diane Rehm and welcome new voices to WXXI radio. Also, I know many of you will also miss Washington Week host and PBSNewsHour co-anchor Gwen Ifill, who passed away in November after a long battle with cancer. I knew Gwen for nearly 40 years – we met as young reporters covering Maryland politics in Annapolis. She represented the best in journalism and the best of PBS. As you prepare to celebrate the holidays, please accept our sincere thanks for helping to make WXXI the home for extraordinary voices like Diane Rehm and Gwen Ifill. They will be our “guiding lights” as we continue to serve our community in the years ahead. Sincerely,

Norm Silverstein norms@wxxi.org | @normWXXI


NEWS&EVENTS

Q&A WITH A WXXI UNDERWRITER The Strong Museum that opened in 1982 looked very different than it does today. The Strong National Museum of Play is now nearly twice as big, has more whimsical and colorful architecture, and includes more dynamic, hands-on exhibit spaces according to Shane Rhinewald, Senior Director of Public Relations. While encouraging exploration and active play, and housing more than 450,000 artifacts of play (including founder Margaret Woodbury Strong’s original doll collections), it remains an American history and collectionsbased museum. Rhinewald tells us more. Q. What is the process for nominations and inductees for the National Toy Hall of Fame?   The Strong receives thousands of nominations for the National Toy Hall of Fame from the public year-round. An internal committee of curators, educators, and others, determines which of the nominated toys best meet the criteria of icon status, longevity, discovery, and innovation. The 12 finalists go to a National Selection Advisory Committee of scholars, historians, educators, and others with knowledge of play and its cultural impact. They help determine the final two to three inductees. Q. How many butterflies currently reside in the Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden? The Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden typically houses between 800 and 1,000 butterflies. They almost envelop you when you walk into the space. It’s quite magical. It’s also home to Chinese button quail, a green aracari toucon, tortoises, koi fish, and even a chameleon—if you can find it hiding! Q. What makes play such an integral part of childhood, and how can parents encourage more play at home? Play supports physical, emotional, cognitive, and social development. Parents can encourage play by simply scheduling unstructured free play time, playing board games as a family, or encouraging outdoor activities. Q.  The benefits of play have been proven at all stages of life. Are there any exhibits or activities geared towards adults? The museum provides an all-ages and intergenerational experience, and many of the museum’s exhibits (like the Toy Hall of Fame) offer a nostalgic trip down memory lane. There are also many opportunities for adults to be hands-on, such as the popular eGameRevolution, which explores the history of video games. www.museumofplay.org SHANE RHINEWALD, SENIOR DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

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Mary and Paul share their favorite recipes for Christmas classics like stollen, mincemeat streusel, and a gingerbread house, and some lesser-known bakes: Scottish black bun, Tunis cake, and Boxing Day pie — the perfect way to use trimmings from the day before. Tune in on Saturday, December 17 starting at 12 p.m. on WXXI-TV.


DOWN SYNDROME

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31 AT 3PM ON WXXI-TV

Frankie Antonelli, an extraordinary teen who has Down syndrome, and his mother Debbie share how Frankie is reaching his full potential on an encore broadcast of this Second Opinion episode. Frankie and Debbie are joined by Louis J. Papa, MD, Primary Care Physician, Olsan Medical Group and Tiffany Pulcino, MD, MPH, FACP, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, URMC, who explain what Down syndrome is, the different types, and the cause. They also discuss how individuals transition from pediatric care to adult care. This program is presented in part by Move to Include, a partnership between WXXI and the Golisano Foundation designed to promote inclusion for people with intellectual and physical disabilities. To learn more about this initiative, visit: MovetoInclude.org.

HAMILTON’S AMERICA ENCORE B ROADC AST INDEPENDENT LENS

MEET THE PATELS MONDAY, DECEMBER 26 AT 9PM ON WXXI-TV

Ravi Patel, whose tradition-minded Hindu family is not happy that he’s single at almost 30, enters the semi-arranged marriage system in America. Explore the influence of culture and identity on an intense, personal, important part of one’s life—love. CREDIT: COURTESY OF FOUR IN A BILLION PICTURES

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 AT 9:30PM ON WXXI-TV If you missed the premiere of HAMILTON’S AMERICA last October, here’s your chance to catch it. This GREAT PERFORMANCES special follows the creation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pop culture Broadway phenomenon Hamilton and the history behind it. Interviews with Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush, Nas, Questlove, Stephen Sondheim and more.

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TELEVISIONPROGRAMMING mornings

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Arthur

Thomas & Friends

Martha Speaks

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Odd Squad

Bob the Builder

Signing Time!

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Wild Kratts

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Sesame Street

7:30a

Ready Jet Go!

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Clifford the Big Red Dog

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Nature Cat

Curious George

Curious George

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Curious George

Nature Cat

Nature Cat

A CREATURE CHRISTMAS

9:00a

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Ready Jet Go!

Ready Jet Go!

12/5 AND 12/23 AT 7AM ON WXXI-TV

9:30a

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

A Wider World

Wild Kratts

10:00a

Sesame Street

This Old House

Odd Squad

10:30a WordWorld

Ask This Old House

WordGirl

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Dinosaur Train

The Woodsmith Shop

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

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Dinosaur Train

Ciao Italia

Need to Know

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Super Why!

Lidia’s Kitchen

To the Contrary

12:30p

Thomas & Friends

Sara’s Weeknight Meal

Second Opinion

WILD KRATTS:

afternoons THURSDAY December 1 1:00pm Sesame Street Scully World

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Well Read

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| Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad | Cyberchase | Independent Lens How to Survive a Plague | Travelscope | Rick Steves | Rough Cut

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| Rick Steves’ Guide to Cuba

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| Celtic Woman: Home for Christmas | Cirque Dreams: Holidaze | Washington Week | American Forum | Open Mind | Focus on Europe | Global 3000 | America Reframed Yellow Fever

Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You

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| Nat. Park Symphony - The Mighty Five | Great Moments from Soundbreaking |First...Thanksgiving| Sacred Journeys with Bruce Feiler Lourdes, Shikoku, and Jerusalem | To the Contrary | Washington Week | Lidia’s Kitchen | Cook’s Country | JoAnne Weir | New Orleans | This Old House | Globe Trekker Tough Trains | Lidia’s Kitchen | Cook’s Country

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Closer to Truth | Afropop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange | Family Ingredients | Ian Knauer | Rick Bayless | Burt Wolf

SATURDAY December 3 1:00pm

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad |Homework Hotline| Charlie Rose | Second Opinion* | Rising Voices/Hothaninpi | Indians Like Us | Walking Into the Unknown | Newsline | JoAnne Weir | Dining w/Chef | Jacques Pepin | Get Ready to Rio! | Music Voyager | Rick Steves | Woodsmith Shop | Edible Feast

FRIDAY December 2 Sesame Street

*Second Opinion: Psychosis

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It’s Christmas time and the Wild Kratts are taking a break from creature adventuring to celebrate. But when the Wild Kratts receive an alert that their favorite creatures are suddenly disappearing around the globe, their holiday party quickly turns into a rescue mission. Our heroes must race against time to thwart their greedy archrivals’ most miserly scheme yet!

| To the Contrary

MARATHON Gift of Giving The holiday season is quickly approaching and your gift list is long. Show someone how much you care, with the gifts of love that you give.


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.

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11:30p 12/3 (9p) The Last Waltz 12/10 (11:30p) Last of the Breed 12/17 Bluegrass Underground: Amos Lee 12/24 (11p) Scrooge (1935) 12/31 (11p) Soundstage: Regina Spektor

11:00p 12/4 (10:30p) Great Moments from Soundbreaking 12/11 Great Performances: Magical Mystery Tour Revisited 12/18 (11:30p) Jordon Smith ‘Tis the Season MIDNIGHT 12/25 (11:30p) Call the Midwife 12/3 Van Morrison: Live at the Rainbow Holiday Special 12/17 Austin City Limits Sleater-Kinney 11:30p Heartless Bastards 12/25 Call the Midwife 12/24 (12:13a) Trans-Siberian Orchestra: Holiday Special Chosts of Christmas Eve 12/31 (11:57p)Austin City Limits MIDNIGHT Ring in the New Year with ACL 12/4 Highwaymen: American Masters 1:00a 12/11 Great Performances: Infinity Hall (not 12/24*) The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour 12/4 Covered: Tedeschi Trucks Band 12/18 (12:30a) European Christmas 12/11 Women of Song Markets 12/18 Toad the Wet Sprocket 12/25 *The Three Tenors Christmas

evenings THURSDAY December 1 6:00pm

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GOVERNOR MARIO CUOMO:

POETRY & PROSE SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18 AT 7 PM WXXXI-TV

Experience the memorable twelve years Mario Cuomo spent as New York’s 52nd Governor including his initial run for this office in 1982 against Ed Koch, his lauded 1984 keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention, his flirtations with running for president that earned him the nickname ‘Hamlet on the Hudson,’ and his final political race versus George Pataki. Repeats 12/19 at 3PM and 12/22 at 9PM on WORLD.

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Backstage with Cabaret | Hamilton’s America | Independent Lens How to Survive a Plague Independent Lens Wilhemina’s War | Afropop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange | | | | | Wild Kratts | Project Smoke | New Orleans Daniel Tiger Clifford Berenstain Bears Curious George WordGirl

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Washington Week | Arts InFocus | Andre Rieu: Waltzing Forever | Sacred Journeys with Bruce Feiler Lourdes, Shikoku, and Jerusalem Curious Worlds: Art... of David Beck | | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Real Good Food | New Orleans Daniel Tiger Clifford BBC World News

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| Lawrence Welk’s TV Treasures | Focus on Europe | Global 3000 | Soundbreaking Part 3 of 8 | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts

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| The Last Waltz | Soundbreaking Part 4 of 8 | America Reframed Yellow Fever | MARATHON Gift of Giving Show someone how much you care.

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| Hamilton’s America | Nature Fabulous Frogs My Louisiana Love | Life of Muhammad The Seeker | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts Daniel Tiger Backstage with Cabaret

| PBS NewsHour | Woodwright | Travelscope

| I Miss Downton Abbey! | Soundbreaking | Penelope | Doc World The Killing Fields... | Project Smoke | New Orleans | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves


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Peg + Cat To the Contrary

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|Homework Hotline| Charlie Rose | On Story | Newsline | Woodsmith Shop | Edible Feast

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*Second Opinion: ADHD in Adults

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Second Opinion* | Pearl Harbor - USS Oklahoma -The Final Story | JoAnne Weir | Dining w/Chef | Jacques Pepin | Family Travel

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| Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad |Homework Hotline| Charlie Rose | Quietest Place On Earth | Newsline | Music Voyager | Rick Steves | Woodsmith Shop | Edible Feast

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad | Closer to Truth | NOVA Bombing Hitler’s Supergun | First Freedom: The Fight for Religious Liberty | Nick Stellino | Ian Knauer | Rick Bayless | Burt Wolf | Travelscope | Rick Steves

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| Cyberchase | Charlie Rose | American Mosque| Newsline | DW News | Rough Cut | P. Allen Smith | Start Up

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| Sacred Journeys with Bruce Feiler Hajj, Kumbh Mela, and Osun-Osogbo | Cook’s Country | Real Good Food | New Orleans | This Old House | Globe Trekker Food Hour

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| Get Down Tonight: The Disco Explosion | Washington Week | American Forum | Open Mind | Focus on Europe | Global 3000

| Magic Moments - The Best of 50’s... | Am. Reframed A Will for the Woods

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MONDAY December 12

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Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics This American Land| Start Up

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| The Cat in the Hat | Curious George | Curious George | Sid...Science Kid | Nature Cat | Ready Jet Go! |Homework Hotline| Charlie Rose | American Forum | America Reframed A Will for the Woods| POV Homegoings | Penelope | Newsline | DW News | Weeknight Meals | Indian Flavors |Taste of Louisiana | Daytripper |Journeys in Japan| Rick Steves | Amer. Woodshop | Garden Smart | For Your Home

SATURDAY December 10 1:00pm

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| Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad |Homework Hotline| Charlie Rose | | Newsline | DW News Rising Voices/Hothaninpi | Travelscope | Rick Steves | Rough Cut | P. Allen Smith | Start Up

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad | Focus on Europe | Ancient Roads from Christ to Constantine Birth of a Faith & Great Missionary | Local USA | JoAnne Weir | Dining w/Chef | Jacques Pepin | Family Travel | Music Voyager | Rick Steves

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Religion & Ethics | Nature Fabulous Frogs | Penelope | Family Ingredients | Ian Knauer | Rick Bayless | Burt Wolf

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|Homework Hotline| Charlie Rose | On Story | Newsline | Woodsmith Shop | Edible Feast

| DW News | Baby Makes 3


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| Brit Floyd - The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show - Live! | Viewers’ Choice BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | On Story | Ancient Roads from Christ to Constantine Age of the Apostles & From... | Local USA | On Story | PBS NewsHour Local USA | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Real Good Food | New Orleans | This Old House | Globe Trekker Daniel Tiger

TUESDAY December 13

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| The Carpenters: Close to You & Christmas Memories | Great Performances The Hollow Crown: Henry VI Part 1 (cont’) The Best of 50’s Pop | Nature Love in the Animal Kingdom | Xmas Without China | Doc World Tocando La Luz Quietest Place on Earth | Life of Muhammad The Holy Wars | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Project Smoke | New Orleans | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves Daniel Tiger

MONDAY December 12

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| Washington Week | Arts InFocus | Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Sacred Journeys with Bruce Feiler Hajj, Kumbh Mela, and Osun-Osogbo | PBS NewsHour Quietest Place on Earth | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Real Good Food | New Orleans | This Old House | Globe Trekker Daniel Tiger

SATURDAY December 10

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| Tommy Emmanuel - A Music Gone Public Special | Joe Bonamassa: Live at the Greek Theatre BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | NOVA Bombing Hitler’s Supergun | First Freedom: The Fight for Religious Liberty | American Mosque| PBS NewsHour Penelope | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Project Smoke | New Orleans | Woodwright | Travelscope Daniel Tiger

FRIDAY December 9

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| The Carpenters: Close to You & Christmas Memories | Age Reversed with Miranda...* BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Pearl Harbor - USS Oklahoma -The Final Story | Frontline The Secret History of Isis | PBS NewsHour The Cardboard Bernini | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Real Good Food | New Orleans | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves Daniel Tiger

THURSDAY December 8

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| PBS NewsHour | Great British Baking Show Masterclass Pt. 1 | Great British Baking Show Masterclass Pt. 2 | Ancient Roads from Christ to Constantine Birth of a Faith & Great Missionary | Local USA | On Story | PBS NewsHour | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Real Good Food | New Orleans | This Old House | Globe Trekker

| Willie Nelson: The Library of Congress Gershwin Award | Last of the Breed | Remember Pearl Harbor | America Reframed A Will for the Woods | POV Homegoings | PBS NewsHour | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Project Smoke | New Orleans | Woodwright | Travelscope

WEDNESDAY December 7 6:00pm

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| WXXI’s Viewers’ Choice | | America Reframed Adama American Mosque Doc World Tocando la Luz | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts Daniel Tiger

| Independent Lens Happiness | Project Smoke | New Orleans

| Frontline From Jesus to Christ | PBS NewsHour | Woodwright | Travelscope


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SATURDAY December 17 1:00pm

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad |Homework Hotline| Charlie Rose | Second Opinion* | The Central Park Five | Afropop: Ultimate Cultural Exchange | Newsline | JoAnne Weir | Dining w/Chef | Jacques Pepin | Family Travel | Music Voyager | Rick Steves | Woodsmith Shop | Edible Feast

FRIDAY December 16 1:00pm

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat |Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad |Homework Hotline| Charlie Rose | American Forum | America Reframed Adama | Independent Lens Happiness | Xmas Without China | Newsline | DW News | Weeknight Meals | Indian Flavors |Taste of Louisiana | Daytripper | Journey in Japan | Rick Steves | Amer. Woodshop | Garden Smart | For Your Home

THURSDAY December 15 1:00pm

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| Charlie Rose | Newsline | DW News | P. Allen Smith | Start Up

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*Second Opinion: Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Young Athletes 2:30pm 3:00pm 3:30pm 4:00pm

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | American Forum | America Reframed Our Mockingbird | Weeknight Meals | Indian Flavors | Moveable Feast | Daytripper

THURSDAY December 22

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad | Focus on Europe | Ancient Roads from Christ to Constantine Pagans &...Martyrs & Constantine | Local USA | JoAnne Weir | Dining w/Chef | Jacques Pepin | Family Travel | Music Voyager | Rick Steves

WEDNESDAY December 21

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| Focus on Europe | Global 3000

| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad | Stick Man | Religion & Ethics | Nature Legendary White Stallions | Gov. Mario Cuomo: Poetry & Prose | Passing On | Nick Stellino | Ian Knauer | Rick Bayless | Burt Wolf | Travelscope | Rick Steves | Rough Cut

TUESDAY December 20

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| To the Contrary | Washington Week | American Forum | Open Mind

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| SciTech Now | Film School Shorts | America Reframed Adama

MARATHON One Pot Cooking Who doesn’t love a one pot meal? All of the ingredients simmering and the aroma of their yummy goodness fills the air.

MONDAY December 19

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| To the Contrary | Washington Week | Lidia’s Kitchen | Cook’s Country

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Second Opinion* | Independent Lens The Trials of Muhammad Ali | JoAnne Weir | Dining w/Chef | Jacques Pepin | Family Travel

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| Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad |Cyberchase | Charlie Rose | American Family | Afropop: Ultimate Cultural Exchange | Newsline | DW News |Journeys in Japan| Rick Steves | Amer. Woodshop | Garden Smart | For Your Home

| Ready Jet Go! | Odd Squad | Cyberchase | Charlie Rose | Independent Lens The Armor of Light | Newsline | Focus On Europe | Music Voyager | Rick Steves | Woodsmith Shop | Edible Feast |Craftsman’s Legacy


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| Joshua Bell’s Seasons of Cuba |Lidia Celebrates...Holiday for Heroes | Three Faiths, One God: Judaism,... | PBS NewsHour | Real Good Food | New Orleans | This Old House | Globe Trekker

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Need to Know | Second Opinion*| Midsomer Murders Country Matters Parts 1 & 2 | Vicious Holiday | | | | Adventists NOVA Secrets of Noah’s Ark Secrets of the Dead Lost Babylon Gov. Mario Cuomo: Poetry & Prose PBS NewsHour | | | | | | | | | Travelscope Daniel Tiger Clifford Berenstain Bears Curious George WordGirl Wild Kratts JoAnne Weir New Orleans Woodwright BBC World News

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TUESDAY December 20

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| Gov. Mario Cuomo: Poetry & Prose | Canadian Rockies by Rail PBS NewsHour | New York Now | Nature Legendary White Stallions Independent Lens Happiness | Life of Muhammad The Holy Peace | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts Daniel Tiger

MONDAY December 19

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SATURDAY December 17

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| PBS NewsHour | Nature Legendary White Stallions | NOVA Mystery of a Masterpiece | Secrets of the Dead Van Gogh’s Ear | The Central Park Five | Afropop: Ultimate Cultural Exchange | PBS NewsHour | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Real Good Food | New Orleans | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

|Need to Know | Second Opinion*|Midsomer Murders Four Funerals & Wedding Parts 1 & 2| Vicious BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | NOVA Mystery of a Masterpiece | Secrets of the Dead Van Gogh’s Ear | Passing On | PBS NewsHour Passing On | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | JoAnne Weir | New Orleans | Woodwright | Travelscope Daniel Tiger

FRIDAY December 16

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|Handel’s Messiah: U.S. Naval Acad. | Focus on Europe | Global 3000

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Second Opinion* | Frontline Exodus | JoAnne Weir | Dining w/Chef | Jacques Pepin | Family Travel

FRIDAY December 30

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| Jordan Smith ‘Tis the Season | To the Contrary | Washington Week | Lidia’s Kitchen | Cook’s Country

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| Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat Sesame Street | WordWorld | Crisis of Faith To The Contrary | American Forum | Am. Reframed Perfect Strangers | Moveable Feast | Daytripper The Free Range | Weeknight Meals | Indian Flavors

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| WordWorld |Splash & Bubbles | Curious George | Nature Cat | Focus on Europe | Chaplains Pts. 1 & 2 | JoAnne Weir | Dining w/Chef | Jacques Pepin | Family Travel

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| Charlie Rose | Newsline | DW News | P. Allen Smith | Start Up

MARATHON Joy to the World Tis the season to be jolly, as family and friends gather to celebrate Christmas and Kwanzaa.

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| Test Kitchen | Cook’s Country | Second Opinion* | Rick Steves | Rick Steves’ European Christmas | Frontline From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians | Three Faiths, One God: Judaism... | Cook’s Country | Real Good Food | New Orleans | This Old House | Globe Trekker Building England II

|Music & Spoken... | Purdue 82nd Anniversary Christmas |Crane Candlelight Concert | To the Contrary | Washington Week | American Forum | Open Mind (cont’ from 12p) | Start Up

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| Test Kitchen | Cook’s Country | Second Opinion* | Rick Steves | Doc Martin Revealed | Eero Saarinen: American Masters | Independent Lens Meet the Patels | Crisis of Faith | Cook’s Country | Real Good Food | New Orleans | This Old House | Globe Trekker Poland

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| Charlie Rose | Newsline | DW News | P. Allen Smith | Start Up

| A Place to Call Home Cane Toad | To the Contrary | Washington Week | Lidia’s Kitchen | Cook’s Country


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| Lawrence Welk Christmas |Father Brown Sign of Broken Sword | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Mr. Stink (Movie) | Focus on Europe | Global 3000 | Buddha | Am. Reframed Our Mockingbird | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | MARATHON Joy to the World Tis the season to be jolly!

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| Shakespeare Live! From the RSC | Three Faiths, One God: Judaism... | Real Good Food | New Orleans

| Hava Nagila (Movie) | PBS NewsHour | This Old House | Globe Trekker

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| PBS NewsHour | Eero Saarinen: American Masters | Doc World Kismet | Am. Reframed Perfect Strangers | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts

| Frontline Exodus | Crisis of Faith | JoAnne Weir | New Orleans

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| Washington Week | Arts InFocus | Sherlock on Masterpiece The Abominable Bride BBC World News | Eero Saarinen: American Masters | Independent Lens Meet the Patels | PBS NewsHour Independent Lens Meet the Patels | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | Real Good Food | New Orleans | This Old House | Globe Trekker Daniel Tiger

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| Lawrence Welk New Years | Live from Lincoln Center New York Philharmonic | Hamilton’s America | Focus on Europe | Global 3000 | Asian and Abrahamic Religions: A Divine Encounter in America | Am. Reframed Perfect Strangers | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | MARATHON New Year’s Celebration HAPPY NEW YEAR!


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Public school teachers in this country are overwhelming white. A WXXI News investigation has found that the disparity is even more severe in the Rochester and Finger Lakes regions. Degrees of Diversity is a weeklong series reporting on the state of diversity among teaching staffs in our area. It kicks off Monday, December 5 with stories airing throughout the week during Morning Edition (6-9am) and All Things Considered (4-6pm) on AM 1370, WRUR-FM 88.5, WEOS-FM 89.5 and online at WXXINews.org.

All Things Considered with Michel Martin This American Life

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The series culminates with a special broadcast of Connections with Evan Dawson LIVE from the Little Theatre on Friday, December 9 at 12 p.m. To learn how you can attend the live broadcast, visit WXXI.org/event or call 585-258-2000. DEGREES OF DIVERSITY, A WXXI NEWS SERIES MONDAY, DECEMBER 5 – FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9 ON AM 1370

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THE DINNER PARTY HANUKKAH LIGHTS 2016 DECEMBER 25 AT 9PM ON AM 1370 DOWNLOAD HOLIDAY SPECIAL SUNDAY, A perennial NPR favorite with all new SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18 AT 9PM ON AM 1370

Stuffed with holiday goodness, this special features a Yuletide playlist; etiquette tips to save you from a work party snafu (or maybe create a memorable one?); a little-known chestnut of holiday history; conversations with special guests both nice and naughty; and lots more!

Hanukkah stories. Authors include R.L. Maizes with many more authors. Hosted by Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz.

A SEASON’S GRIOT 2016 MONDAY, DECEMBER 26 AT 9PM ON AM 1370

Hosted for nearly 20 years by acclaimed storyteller Madafo Lloyd Wilson, this annual special captures the tales and traditions of African American and African peoples. The show’s poet laureate, Beverly Burnette, and other members of the Season’s Griot family return and familiar and favorite elements of Griot will also be in place with plenty of music!


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12/11 B  eethoven: Symphony No. 5 Dvorak: Symphony No. 9, From the New World 12/18 W  agner: Prelude to Act 1, Lohengrin Julia Adophe: Unearth, Release Concerto for Viola & Orchestra Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 12/25 Handel: Messiah

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12/17 R. Strauss: Salome 12/31 Rossini: L’Italiana in Algeri

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The Score of Edmund Stone Classical Music

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12/12 Haydn: Symphony No. 103 Walton: Henry V: A Shakespeare Scenario

12/7 Bach/Stokowski: Toccata and Fugue in d Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 Sibelius: Swan of Tuonela Gliere: Symphony No. 3, Iyla Murometz

12/2 Tchaikovsky: Selections from Swan Lake Stravinsky: Petruska

12/19 Ravel: Mother Goose Suite Falla: Nights in the Gardens of Spain Mendelssohn: The Hebrides Overture, Fingal’s Cave Debussy: La mer 12/26 Nielsen: Symphony No. 5 Beethoven: Violin Concerto

TUESDAYS - LUCERNE FESTIVAL 2016 (*Not 12/20) 12/6 Dvorák: The Noonday Witch, Cello Concerto, Symphony No. 9, From the New World 12/13 Debussy: Syrinx for solo flute Sibelius: Luonnotar, Symphonic Poem for Soprano and Orchestra Haydn: Symphony in D Berg: Lulu Suite Gershwin: Suite from the musical Girl Crazy *12/20 St. Olaf Christmas Festival - The annual service of song, word and orchestral selections celebrating the Nativity, from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, that includes more than 500 student musicians from the choirs and orchestra. 12/27 Alma Mahler: Songs for Medium Voice Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 10

12/14 (10pm) Cooper International Piano Competition Concerto Final Round 12/21 Cleveland International Piano Competition Concerto Round No. 1 12/28 Cleveland International Piano Competition Concerto Round No. 2

THURSDAY - CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 12/1 Mozart: Adagio in b Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 19 Schubert: Piano Quintet, Trout Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik Williams: Excerpt from Lincoln soundtrack 12/8 Britten: Sinfonia da Requiem Strauss: Death and Transfiguration Elgar: Enigma Variations Dvórak: Violin Concerto 12/15 Weber: The Ruler of the Spirits Overture Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1 Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique Berlioz: Romeo and Juliet 12/22 Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker Stravinsky: Petrushka Shostakovich: Symphony No. 11 12/29 Handel: Messiah

12/9 Grieg: Holberg Suite Mozart: Clarinet Concerto Beethoven: Symphony No. 1 12/16 Bacewica: Concerto for Strings Haydn: Symphony No. 82, The Bear Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 2 12/23 Bach: Christmas Oratorio 12/30 Hans Gal: Symphony No. 2 Schumann: Symphony No. 4


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OCCASIONAL SHIVERS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20 AT 8 PM ON WRUR-FM Stuffed with holiday goodness, this speical features a Yuletide playlist; etiquette tips to save you from a work party snafu (or maybe create a memorable one?); a littleknown chestnut of holiday history; conversations with special guests both nice and naughty; and lots more!

ALL SONGS CONSIDERED FOR THE HOLIDAYS

LIVING ON EARTH: HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22 AT 8 PM ON WRUR-FM

MONDAY, DECEMBER 26 AT 1 PM ON WRUR-FM

NPR’s Bob Boilen has had it with the holidays. He storms out of the studio and finds himself taking a Dickensian journey, with visits from some old friends including Carrie Brownstein, Dan Auerbach, Aimee Mann, Ben Folds, and more. And um, they will also play the usual unusual holiday songs.

This special brings together Celtic and African-American tales, as well as original stories on the theme of hope. It features Irish bard Aine Minogue, who’ll share ancient Celtic traditions and mesmerizing harp music. Sparky and Rhonda Rucker, story spinners and musicians from Tennessee, bring in a “High John the Conqueror” tale.


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MONDAY, DECEMBER 5 AT 8 P.M.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7 AT 12:10 P.M.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, AT 12 P.M.

RPO’S GALA HOLIDAY POPS 2015

LIVE FROM HOCHSTEIN: A CUP OF GOOD CHEER

THE ROSE ENSEMBLE: CHRISTMAS IN BAROQUE MALTA

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15 AT 12 P.M.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11 AT 1 P.M.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12 AT 12 P.M.

A ROCHESTER FESTIVAL OF LESSONS AND CAROLS 2016

A BAROQUE CHRISTMAS IN THE NEW WORLD 2016

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13 AT 12 P.M. DECEMBER 14 AT 12 P.M.

ADVENT VOICES

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16 AT 12 P.M.

CAROLS AND CHEER

ARTS&CULTURE

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 19 AT 12 P.M.

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20 AT 8 P.M.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21 AT 5 P.M.

ST. OLAF CHRISTMAS

A PAUL WINTER SOLSTICE CONCERT

MONDAY, DECEMBER 26 AT 12 P.M.

CHANUKAH LIGHTS 2016

A CHANTICLEER CHRISTMAS

THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22 AT 12 P.M. DECEMBER 23 AT 12 P.M. DECEMBER 24 AT 10 A.M.

CHRISTMAS WITH THE MORMON TABERNACLE CHOIR

IN ITALIA: A RENAISSANCE CHRISTMAS FROM VENICE, NAPLES, MILAN & BEYOND 2016

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27 AT 12 P.M. DECEMBER 28 AT 12 P.M.

A CHANUKAH CELEBRATION WITH CHICAGO A CAPPELLA (ENCORE)

CANDLES BURNING BRIGHTLY (ENCORE)

A FESTIVAL OF NINE LESSONS AND CAROLS LIVE!

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25 AT 6 A.M.

CHRISTMAS MORNING WITH PETER DUBOIS

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29 AT 8 P.M.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31 AT 12 P.M.

THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY PRESENTS MESSIAH

STAGE NOTES WITH ROBERT HAMMOND


WXXI&LITTLE

BOLSHOI BALLET WATKINS AND THE RAPIERS THE NUTCRACKER THE LITTLE CONCERT SERIES

IT’S CHRISTMAS IN DECEMBER! A FUNDRAISER FOR MUSIC AT THE LITTLE WITH

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22 • THEATER 1 • SHOW STARTS AT 8 P.M. (no opening act)

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17 AT 12 P.M. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20 AT 6 P.M. The Little’s Ballet in Cinema series presents a Christmas classic, and an absolute must-see. This rendition of The Nutcracker promises to transport children and adults alike to a world of magic and wonder for the holiday season. TICKETS $20 general admission $18 for Little members and seniors Available at the box office and thelittle.org

ROYAL OPERA HOUSE

LES CONTES D’HOFFMAN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3 AT 12 P.M. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6 AT 6 P.M. The Royal Opera’s production of Les Contes d’Hoffmann was created in 1980 by the award-winning director John Schlesinger, best known for his work in film (Midnight Cowboy, Sunday Bloody Sunday) and television (Cold Comfort Farm, An Englishman Abroad). Schlesinger’s production sets Hoffman’s tales in the 19th century, drawing on styles from both Hoffmann and Offenbach’s times. TICKETS $20 general admission $18 for Little members and seniors Available at the box office and thelittle.org

TICKETS $10 available at thelittle.org

Don your holiday attire and join us for the final Little Concert Series show of 2016. The show features Rochester’s beloved Watkins and the Rapiers who will perform dozens of their original holiday songs. Dancing and singing along is encouraged.


MARTHA BAKES

SEASON 7 PREMIERE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31 AT 1 P.M. ON WXXI-TV Martha Stewart shares the best baking tips and techniques, giving you the confidence to create delectable baked goods — from scratch — in your own kitchen.

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THE BAD KIDS

AN INDIE LENS POP-UP FILM

MONDAY JANUARY 30, 2017 AT 7 P.M. LITTLE THEATRE 240 EAST AVENUE FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

WXXI’s Indie Lens Pop-Up series presents,

The Bad Kids by Lou Pepe and Keith Fulton.

This observational documentary chronicles one extraordinary principal’s mission to realize the potential of a group of students whom the system has deemed lost causes.  Employing a verité approach during a year at the school, the film follows Principal Vonda Viland as she coaches three at-risk teens— a new father who can’t support his family, a young woman grappling with sexual abuse, and an angry young man from an unstable home––through the traumas and obstacles that rob them of their spirit and threaten their goal of a high school diploma. The film will be followed by a panel discussion.

WXXI’S INDIE LENS POP-UP

is a neighborhood series that brings people together for film screenings and community-driven conversations. Featuring documentaries seen on PBS’s Independent Lens, Indie Pop-Up draws local residents, leaders and organizations to discuss what matters most, from newsworthy topics, to family and relationships. Make friends, share stories, and join the conversation. To learn more, visit: WXXI.org/indielens. Presented by ITVS.  Funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting with additional support from MacArthur Foundation, Wyncote Foundation, Art Works and the National IMAGE CREDIT: thebadkidsmovie.com Endowment for the Arts.


Program Listings - December 2016