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january 2016

DOWNTON

ABBEY

THE FINAL SEASON SUNDAYS AT 9PM, BEGINNING JANUARY 3 ON WXXI-TV

The end of an era

On January 3 rejoin the Crawley family for a sixth and final season of intimately interlaced stories centered on the English country estate. Season 6 opens in 1925 with a series of crises reflecting the momentous changes that are transforming society. Where will fate, passion, ambition, and duty lead television’s most beloved characters? Tune in and you will find out.

Performance

Rochester 2016 Beginning Monday, January 4 on Classical 91.5

details inside>>

SPECIAL PROGRAMMING THE WEEK OF JANUARY 11 details inside>>

pictured: East End Quartet


Executive Staff january 2016 Volume 7, Issue 1 WXXI is a public non-commercial broadcasting station owned and operated by WXXI Public Broadcasting Council, a not-forprofit corporation chartered by the Board of Regents of New York State. “Program Listings” (USPS 0742-390) is published monthly at 280 State Street, Rochester, NY 14614 to promote the programs and activities of the public broadcasting stations. Periodical mailing postage paid at Rochester, N.Y. POSTMASTER: Send changes of address to WXXI Program Listings, Membership Department, P.O. Box 30021, Rochester, NY 14603-3021. * Please note that all programs are subject to change. For up-to-date program listings, special highlights and local news, just log onto WXXI.org.

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

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Dear Friends, The new season of Downton Abbey is finally here! It’s bittersweet, as it also is the final season. The top-rated PBS drama of all time approaches its last chapter, bringing an end to a remarkable series. Where will fate, passion, ambition, and duty lead public TV’s most beloved characters? You’ll find out, starting Sunday, January 3 at 9 p.m. on WXXI-TV.

Norm Silverstein

Downton Abbey has become an indelible part of pop culture. It’s been parodied by Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert, as well as Sesame Street and Saturday Night Live. It has been the topic of countless social media posts and Tweets, while the cast has graced the covers of Entertainment Weekly and TV Guide, and appeared on TODAY, Good Morning America, and The View. I believe you won’t be disappointed with Season 6. It’s been described as “marvelously sustained” (Wall Street Journal), “delicious as ever” (New York Daily News), and “the perfect way to begin the New Year” (Los Angeles Times). January is also the month we host, with our good friends at Al Sigl Community of Agencies, our annual Dialogue on Disability initiative. For more than a decade we have provided special programs that spotlight “the abilities of people with disabilities.” The initiative encourages dialogue about the vital role inclusion plays in our community. We hope you’ll tune in to WXXI January 11 through January 17 for special TV and radio programs, as well as news reports and community conversations on Connections with Evan Dawson. (Turn the page and you’ll find highlights of some of the programs scheduled as part of this initiative.) The vital work of Dialogue on Disability has served as a model for our current work with the Golisano Foundation and our Move to Include initiative. Move to Include allows us to continue to bring our community special TV and radio programming, news features, film screenings with panel discussions, and other offerings that promote inclusion throughout the year. Recently, Move to Include hosted a free screening of the film Autism in Love followed by a panel discussion with autism experts and the film’s producer. We had a great turnout for the event, including a group of students from Nazareth College’s Special Education Degree Program. If you missed the screening, you can watch it on January 11 at 10 p.m. on WXXI-TV. Working together with partners like Al Sigl and the Golisano Foundation helps us bring about positive change in our community. Your support is key to making our work with these initiatives possible. As I wish you a Happy New Year, I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention that 2016 marks WXXI-TV’s 50th year of broadcasting! September 6, 1966 was the actual day we signed on the air, with a broadcast of the Mikado and a program featuring Julia Child baking chocolate mousse! We hope you will join us in celebrating this important date in the history of public media in Rochester. You will be seeing and hearing a lot more about WXXI’s anniversary – culminating in an Open House this September! Until then, I hope you enjoy everything we have in store – and thank you for helping make us a vital community resource for the past 50 years! Best Regards,

Norm Silverstein norms@wxxi.org @normWXXI


NEWS&EVENTS

Q&A WITH A WXXI Underwriter Needle and Herb, Center for Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine, has two

locations in the Rochester area: Greece and Brighton. Owner Christine Torres, L.Ac., explains how this system of medicine promotes healing. Q: What would you like the WXXI audience to know about Needle and Herb? A. There is now a substantial body of research, including Cochrane Reviews (highly-regarded among doctors), to support the efficacy of acupuncture, particularly as it relates to pain.  For this reason, many insurance companies, including Excellus, offer plans with acupuncture coverage. With a Master’s degree in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine, I specialize in all types of pain treatment, including backaches and headaches, as well as mood disorders, such as anxiety.

Q. What distinguishes Needle and Herb from other similar businesses in the Rochester area? A. Personalization of services. By limiting the number of patients in a given timeframe, I provide the best care possible and my full attention.  Also, I believe I am the only Spanish-speaking acupuncturist in Rochester. Q.  Describe a typical acupuncture session. A. After a brief intake with patients regarding any changes in their symptoms or other concerns, the patient lies on a massage table while needles are inserted. After the patient listens to pleasant music for about 15 minutes, I remove needles and do any adjunctive therapies, such as Chinese medical massage, or discussion of possible herbal remedies. The entire session lasts about an hour. Q.  How are acupuncture needles different from the average needle? A. Approximately 35-40 acupuncture needles could fit into the barrel of a hypodermic needle. Q.  What does acupuncture actually do in relation to fertility? Depression? A. Traditionally, acupuncture is understood to move qi throughout the “channels” of the body.  Modernly, we understand these “channels” to correspond to the nervous and vascular systems of the body.   Research shows that acupuncture affects a great number of body substances including serotonin, histamine, noradrenalin and dopamine.  It mediates the body’s inflammatory response and affects heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration. We can see how acupuncture might affect depression when we look at the body substances it affects, such as dopamine and serotonin.   In fertility, we must look at a woman’s menstrual cycle.  For a woman to become pregnant, her body must produce a healthy egg and ovulate.  These processes are dependent on the balance of a number of hormones which are affected by acupuncture.  Acupuncture has quite a regulatory effect on the body chemistry and menstrual cycle. Christine Torres, Owner

www.needleandherb.com

To learn more about underwriting on WXXI, email underwriting@wxxi.org

DIALOGUE ON DISABILITY

Since 2003, WXXI and the Al Sigl Community of Agencies

have worked together to help break the ingrained stereotypes about individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities with its week-long initiative, Dialogue on Disability. From January 11-17 WXXI will present special programming on WXXI-TV and WXXI radio. These programs are designed to stimulate dialogue about people with disabilities and motivate us to be a more inclusive community.

SPECIAL NEWS PROGRAMMING JANUARY 11-15

The partnership between WXXI and Al Sigl Community of Agencies is supported by the Golisano Foundation and our Move to Include initiative. It’s also part of Al Sigl’s Herman and Margaret Schwartz Community Series, funded by the Fred L. Emerson Foundation.

AM 1370 and WRUR-FM 88.5 will present relevant news stories and special programming on Connections with Evan Dawson (pictured), weekdays 12-2pm and on WXXI-TV’s Need to Know with Hélène Biandudui Hofer, Thursday at 8 p.m.

AUTISM IN LOVE

MONDAY, JANUARY 11 AT 10 pm ON WXXI-TV Four adults at different places on the autism spectrum open up their personal lives as they navigate dating and romantic relationships.


Tuesdays at 8 p.m., beginning January 5 on WXXI-TV

Join Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr., as he delves into the genealogy of 27 new guests. Each story illuminates the vast patchwork of ethnicity, race and experience that makes up the fabric of America.

Since the premiere of his groundbreaking series, African American Lives, in 2006 through the first two seasons of Finding Your Roots, the noted Harvard scholar has unearthed the family histories of influential people helping shape our national identity. In the third season Gates uncovers the ancestral trails of 28 new guests including Maya Rudolph, Richard Branson, Soledad O’Brien, Bill Hader, Julianne Moore, Senator John McCain, Norman Lear, and more.

SHARE YOUR FAMILY STORY!

Submit a two to three sentence story and photo to WXXI’s Facebook page and tag it with #FindingYourRoots. Top submissions will be shared on the Finding Your Roots Facebook page. To learn more visit: WXXI.org/roots. Credit: Courtesy of Mary Ellen Matthews - NBC/SNL PHOTOG

Bill Hader is shown his “Book of Life” by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. on Finding Your Roots

JANUARY 11- january 17

ARTHUR: WHEN CARL FIXED: THE SCIENCE/ INDEPENDENT LENS MET GEORGE FICTION OF HUMAN “MIMI AND DONA” TUESDAY, JANUARY 12 AT 3:30 PM SUNDAY, JANUARY 17 AT 1:30PM ENHANCEMENT ON WXXI-TV on WXXI-TV George learns that Carl has Asperger’s Syndrome. Can they remain good friends — and perhaps even learn from each other?

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13 AT 10PM ON WXXI-TV

From Botox to bionic limbs, the human body is more “upgradeable” than ever. But how much of it can we alter and still be human?

What happens when love runs out of time? For a 92-year-old mother, Mimi, who has cared 64 years for Dona, a daughter who has an intellectual disability, it means facing the inevitable.

TVHIGHLIGHTS

Finding Your Roots


televisionprogramming mornings

DT 21.1 / CABLE 11 & 1221

WEEKDAYS

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SUNDAY

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Arthur

Thomas & Friends

Martha Speaks

6:30a

Odd Squad

Bob the Builder

Signing Time!

7:00a

Wild Kratts

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Sesame Street

7:30a

Wild Kratts

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Clifford the Big Red Dog

8:00a

Curious George/Nature Cat

Curious George

Curious George

8:30a

Curious George Not 1/18 or 1/22

Curious George

Curious George

9:00a

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Wild Kratts

Wild Kratts

nature cat

MONday & WEDnesday 1/4-1/13 AT 8AM THEN STARTING 1/18, MONday - FRIday AT 8AM

9:30a

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Hometime

Wild Kratts

10:00a

Sesame Street

This Old House

Odd Squad

10:30a

WordWorld

Ask This Old House

Word Girl

11:00a

Dinosaur Train

The Woodsmith Shop

Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

11:30a

Dinosaur Train

Ciao Italia

Need to Know

Noon

Super Why!

Lidia’s Kitchen

To the Contrary

12:30p

Thomas & Friends

A Chef’s Life

Second Opinion

A new PBS Kids series that follows Fred, a house cat who dreams of exploring the great outdoors. In each episode, once his family leaves for the day, Fred transforms into Nature Cat, “backyard explorer extraordinaire.” Note: Curious George airs at this time slot on Thursday 1/14 & Friday 1/15

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| Simply Ming

The Salinas Project

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| The Cat in the Hat | Curious George | From Vienna: New Year’s Celebration 2016 Peg + Cat | Closer to Truth | Circus Dreams | Following Your Dreams Well Read Weeknight Meals | Modern Irish Food | Taste of Vietnam | New Scandinavian| Grannies on Safari | Travelscope

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Hubert Keller

| Lidia’s Kitchen

SUNDAY January 3 1:00pm

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| Live from Lincoln Center N.Y. Philharmonic New Year’s Eve: La Vie Parisienne | Dreamland | Dreamland | DW News | Rick Steves | Rough Cut | P. Allen Smith | Craftsman’s Legacy

| Test Kitchen | Cooks Country | Second Opinion* | Rick Steves | Prohibition A Nation of Hypocrites | In Defense of Food | Craft in America Celebration | Cook’s Country | Project Smoke | Annabel Langbein | This Old House | Rick Steves | Travelscope AFTERNOON

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(11a) Doc Martin Season 6 MARATHON (cont’ from 12p)

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| Focus on Europe | Global 3000

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| McLaughlin Group

| America Reframed A Will for Woods

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| The Cat in the Hat | Curious George | Curious George | Sid...Science Kid | Nature Cat | American Forum Religion & Ethics | Prohibition A Nation of Hypocrites Weeknight Meals | Modern Irish Food | Taste of Vietnam | New Scandinavian| Grannies on Safari | Travelscope Peg + Cat

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MARATHON: Eat the Right Thing - Happy New Year! Let’s forget about all the unhealthy food you ate this past year and focus on all the healthy food you’ve promised to eat this year!

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| To The Contrary | American Forum | Lidia’s Kitchen | Cook’s Country

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| Odd Squad | Odd Squad | Circus Dreams | Rick Steves | Rough Cut

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| Wild Kratts | Homework Hotline | Newsline | DW News | P. Allen Smith | Craftsman’s Legacy


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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TV/HD DT 21.1 / CABLE 11 & 1221

DT 21.2 / CABLE 1275

For extensive listings, features, news, events & more, visit: WXXI.org

DT 21.3 / CABLE 1276

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DT 21.1 / CABLE 11 & 1221

SATURDAY

11:00p Charlie Rose (11:30 on 1/11, 12a on 1/6, 22)

SUNDAY 11:00p Various Specials 1/3 Infinity Hall: Sadie & the Hotheads 1/10 (10p) Masterpiece Mystery! Sherlock: The Abominable Bride 1/17 Civil War: The Untold Story, Pt 1 of 5 1/24 Civil War: The Untold Story, Pt 2 of 5 1/31 Civil War: The Untold Story, Pt 3 of 5

11:00p Doctor Who episodes: 1/2 Into the Dalek 1/9 Robot of Sherwood 1/16 Listen 1/23 Time Heist 1/30 The Caretaker MIDNIGHT Austin City Limits episodes: 1/2 Alabama Shakes/ Vintage Trouble 1/9 Kendrick Lamar 1/16 Ryan Adams/ Shakey Graves 1/23 Angelique Kidjo 1/30 Sleater-Kinney/Heartless

MIDNIGHT BBC World (not airing 1/6, 22)

MIDNIGHT 1/3 In Line for Anne Frank 1/10 (10:30p) Masterpiece Mystery! Sherlock: The Abominable Bride 1/17 Scott & Bailey 1/24 Scott & Bailey 1/31 Scott & Bailey

1:00a Music City Roots

WILLIE NELSON

12:30a Tavis Smiley (not airing 1/6)

mIKE nICHOLS: American Masters FRIDAY, JAN. 29 AT 9PM ON WXXI-TV Meet one of America’s great directors, who discusses his life and 50-year artistic career.

THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS GERSHWIN PRIZE FOR POPULAR SONG FRIDAY, JANUARY 15 AT 9PM ON WXXI-TV Enjoy an all-star tribute to singer and songwriter Willie Nelson, the 2015 recipient of the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.

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| From Vienna: New Year’s Celebration 2016 BBC World News | PBS NewsHour | In Defense of Food Craft in America Celebration | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts Daniel Tiger

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| Masterpiece Mystery! Sherlock: The Abominable Bride | Salute to Downton... | Craft in America Celebration | PBS NewsHour | Project Smoke | Annabel Langbein | This Old House | Globe Trekker

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| PBS Previews | Lawrence Welk Pleasant Dreams | Keeping Up Appearances Christmas... | Keeping Up... | As Time Goes By | Midsomer Murders Bad Tidings Pt. 1 of 2 | Everest: A Climb for Peace | Practicing Peace with Burt Wolf | America Reframed A Will for Woods McLaughlin Group | Scully/World Show | Focus On Europe | Global 3000 | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts | MARATHON: Eat the Right Thing - A healthy new you is on the way! Daniel Tiger PBS NewsHour

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| New York Now

| Infinity Hall Sadie & the Hotheads | Countdown to Downton PBS NewsHour | Prohibition A Nation of Scofflaws Prohibition A Nation of Drunkards | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts Daniel Tiger

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| Downton Abbey Season 6 PREMIERE

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| Downton Abbey: Celebr...

| Prohibition A Nation of Hypocrites

| A Chef’s Life

| Annabel Langbein | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves

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| Antiques Roadshow Spokane BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Banjo Romantika: American Bluegrass... | Dear Albania* Local USA | On Story | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts Daniel Tiger

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| Antiques Roadshow Pittsburgh, PA | Ind. Lens Chuck Norris vs. Communism | Local USA | On Story | PBS NewsHour | Project Smoke | Annabel Langbein | This Old House | Globe Trekker


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| Odd Squad | On Story | Woodturning

| Wild Kratts | Homework Hotline | Newsline | DW News | Victory Garden | For Your Home

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| The Cat in the Hat | Curious George | Curious George | Sid...Science Kid | Arthur | Odd Squad | | | | Local USA Global 3000 Focus on Europe Banjo Romantika: American Bluegrass... Dear Albania | Painting the Town | Rick Steves Taste the Islands | Neven Maguire | Dining w/ the Chef | Christina Cooks | Burt Wolf Peg + Cat

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WEDNESDAY January 6 1:00pm

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| The Cat in the Hat | Curious George | Curious George | Sid...Science Kid | Nature Cat To The Contrary | American Forum | America Reframed Drivers Wanted | POV Ping Pong | Moveable Feast | Ciao Italia | Curious Traveler | Art Wolfe Mexican Table | Jacques Pepin Peg + Cat

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THURSDAY January 7 1:00pm

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| Odd Squad | Odd Squad | Wild Kratts | Homework Hotline | Life on Line Rough Beg./ Last Chance | Newsline | DW News | Rick Steves | Amer. Woodshop | Garden Smart | Scrapbook Soup

*Second Opinion: Sleep Apnea 2:30pm

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| The Cat in the Hat | Curious George | Curious George | Sid...Science Kid | Arthur | Odd Squad | Odd Squad | Wild Kratts | Homework Hotline | Practicing Peace with Burt Wolf | Indep. Lens Chuck Norris vs Communism | Newsline | DW News Scully/The World | Second Opinion* | Everest: A Climb for Peace | | | | | | | | Taste the Islands Neven Maguire Dining w/ the Chef Christina Cooks Burt Wolf Painting the Town Rick Steves Woodturning Victory Garden | For Your Home Peg + Cat

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FRIDAY January 8 1:00pm

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| The Cat in the Hat | Curious George | Curious George | Sid...Science Kid | Arthur | Odd Squad | Odd Squad | Closer to the Truth | NOVA Secret Tunnel Warfare | Particle Fever Well Read | New Scandinavian| Grannies on Safari | Travelscope | Rick Steves | Rough Cut Weeknight Meals | Modern Irish Food | Family Table Peg + Cat

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SATURDAY January 9 1:00pm Martha Bakes POV Ping Pong

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| Simply Ming | Test Kitchen | Cooks Country | Second Opinion* | Rick Steves | Doc Martin SEASON 7 PREMIERE | Muhammad Yunus Banks On America | Power to the People w/ Johan Norberg | India Awakes | Lidia’s Kitchen | Cook’s Country | Project Smoke | Annabel Langbein | This Old House | Globe Trekker WWII in Europe

SUNDAY January 10 1:00pm CityWise (cont’ from 5p)

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| Well Read | Start Up

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| This Old House | Ask This/House | SciTech Now | McLaughlin Group | Focus on Europe | Global 3000 | America Reframed Drivers Wanted

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| Odd Squad | Odd Squad | Global Voices | Rick Steves | Rough Cut

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| Wild Kratts | Homework Hotline | Newsline | DW News | P. Allen Smith | Craftsman’s Legacy

AFTERNOON

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| Odd Squad | On Story | Woodturning

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| Wild Kratts | Homework Hotline | Newsline | DW News | Victory Garden | For Your Home

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| The Cat in the Hat | Curious George | Curious George | Sid...Science Kid | Nature Cat | @Home To The Contrary | American Forum | America Reframed Dignity Harbor | Moveable Feast | Ciao Italia | Curious Traveler | Art Wolfe Mexican Table | Hubert Keller Peg + Cat

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| Particle Fever | To the Contrary | Washington Week | McLaughlin Group | Open Mind

| The Cat in the Hat | Curious George | Curious George | Sid...Science Kid | Arthur | Odd Squad Peg + Cat | Focus on Europe | Finding Your Roots The Stories We Tell | Eyes on the Prize | Ed./ Harvey Gantt | Local USA Global 3000 | Painting the Town | Rick Steves Taste the Islands | Neven Maguire | Dining w/ the Chef | Christina Cooks | Burt Wolf

WEDNESDAY January 13

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| The Cat in the Hat | Curious George | Curious George | Sid...Science Kid | Nature Cat Peg + Cat | Wild Horses of the West Washington Week | Religion & Ethics | Nature Animal Odd Couples | New Scandinavian | Grannies on Safari | Travelscope Weeknight Meals | Modern Irish Food | Family Table

TUESDAY January 12

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| Death in Paradise Season 3 | To the Contrary | Washington Week | Lidia’s Kitchen | Cook’s Country

MARATHON: Sprouting Up Flavor - Learn to prepare an appetizing garlic crab meal with Chef Nick Stellino. Then, Julia Child will help you make an onion soup that your taste buds will thank you for!

MONDAY January 11

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| Wild Kratts | Cyber Chase | Newsline | DW News | P. Allen Smith | Craftsman’s Legacy

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| Odd Squad | Odd Squad | Wild Kratts | Homework Hotline | Life on the Line Aftermath & The Match | Newsline | DW News | Rick Steves | Amer. Woodshop | Garden Smart | Scrapbook Soup


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*Second Opinion: Preventative Cancer Screening 8:30pm 9:00pm 9:30pm

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Finding Your Roots | Life on Line Rough Beg./ Last Chance | American Reframed Drivers Wanted POV Ping Pong | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl | Wild Kratts Daniel Tiger BBC World News

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WEDNESDAY January 6 6:00pm

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| Frontline Obama, Netenyahu, and the Bomb | POV Ping Pong | PBS NewsHour | A Chef’s Life | Annabel Langbein | Woodwright’s Shop| Travelscope

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| Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | Nature Animal Odd Couples | NOVA Secret Tunnel Warfare | Particle Fever (10pm - midnight) | Indep. Lens Chuck Norris vs Communism | PBS NewsHour Indep. Lens Chuck Norris vs Communism | Frontine Netanyahu at War | | | | | | Daniel Tiger Clifford Berenstain Bears Curious George WordGirl Wild Kratts Project Smoke | Annabel Langbein | Ask/Old House | Rick Steves BBC World News

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| Need to Know BBC World News | Nightly Business | PBS NewsHour | NOVA Secret Tunnel Warfare | Particle Fever Secrets of Underground London | Clifford | Berenstain Bears | Curious George | WordGirl Daniel Tiger

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| Second Opinion* | Doc Martin SEASON 7 PREMIERE | Mother’s Son Part 1 of 2 (Part 2 at 1/14) | PBS NewsHour | Wild Kratts | A Chef’s Life | Annabel Langbein | Woodwright’s Shop| Travelscope

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MARATHON: Craft Your Kitchen - Who needs to buy kitchen equipment when you can make it yourself? No store-bought bread box can compare to the one you make yourself!

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MONDAY January 18 6:00pm

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MARATHON: Cold Weather Comfort - When the temperature drops outside, only the yummiest comfort food will make you feel warm inside.

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MARATHON: Winter Out, Cruise In - Wave goodbye to winter! Hop on the boat, and into warm sunshine! Don’t let the winter blues get you down. We will help them all float away.


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David Sedaris introduces two stories about strong feelings. In Michael Cunningham’s powerful ”White Angel,” the bond between two brothers is severed by a tragedy. Time is telescoped, and place looms large in this recounting through the eyes of a child of a moment that changed everything. James Naughton is the reader. Our second work is Bernard Cooper’s humorous tribute to exhalation, “The Fine Art of Sighing,” in which he ascribes his family’s sighing techniques to their characters. The reader is Selected Shorts’ late host and founder Isaiah Sheffer.

AM 1370 Specials

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates: Are China and the U.S. Long Term Enemies? Sunday, JAN. 3 at 9pm ON AM 1370

China’s rise as an economic and military power, coupled with its aggression in the South China Sea, have led some to call for a major re-balancing of U.S. policy and strategy. Can China be trusted to act as a responsible global stakeholder?

King Stories Sunday, jAN. 17 at 9pm

Tune in for this one-hour documentary of captivating stories told by close friends and associates of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Host Julian Bond, along with insiders— Ralph Abernathy, David Garrow, Dick Gregory, Mark Lane and Larry Williams— share rarely documented stories about the personal and private sides of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Confronting Hatred: 70 Years After the Holocaust Sunday, JAN. 24 at 9pm

This program examines the ways in which the Holocaust continues to inform contemporary discussions about hate speech, propaganda, and human rights. We hear stories from people confronting hatred in their lives, their communities, and sometimes in their own hearts.


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Sunday

THE METROPOLITAN OPERA

Classical Music with John Andres

7:00 8:00

Classical Music

Concierto

with Brenda Tremblay

Performance Today with Fred Child 9:00

with Peter DuBois

The Score of Edmund Stone

10:00 11:00

Fascinatin’ Rhythm w/ Michael Lasser Classical Music

Noon

With Heart and Voice

with Julia Figueras

Stage Notes

THE NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC Sunday Baroque with Suzanne Bona

with Robert Hammond

1:00

The Metropolitan Opera (end times vary)

2:00

Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

3:00

Classical Music 4:00

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With Heart and Voice WithPeter Heart & Voice with DuBois

Thistle & Shamrock

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Concierto

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SUNDAYS AT 3 PM

1/3 Winter Holiday Special Mozart: German Dance, Sleigh Ride Tchaikovksy: Symphony No. 1, Winter Dreams Anderson: Sleigh Ride Bernard: Winter Wonderland Suessdorf: Moonlight in Vermont Cooper: Caribbean Polka Hadjidakis: Never on Sunday Henderson: Einsamkeit Prokofiev: Lt. Kijé Suite, Troika Prokofiev: Winter Bonfire-Children’s Suite 1/10 Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini Shostakovich: Symphony No. 11, The Year 1905 1/17 In Their Footsteps: Great African American Singers and Their Legacy Soloists and The Dorothy Maynor Singers from the Harlem School of the Arts present songs by Joplin, Mahler, Bach, Gounod, Gershwin, Copland and traditional spirituals under the direction of conductor Thomas Wilkins, making his New York Philharmonic debut.

Pipedreams

1/24 Ravel: Mother Goose Suite Salonen: Violin Concerto Sibelius: Symphony No 5

Hearts of Space

1/31 M  ozart: Piano Concertos, K.453 and K. 466, Sinfonia concertante

Echoes

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From the Top ClassicalSpecials Guitar Alive! Holiday

6:00

1/2 J. Strauss, Jr.: Die Fledermaus 1/9 Donizetti: Anna Bolena 1/16 Bizet: Les Pêcheurs de Perles (Live in HD) 1/23 Wagner: Tannhäuser 1/30 Puccini: Turandot (Live in HD)

Music of the 21st Century with Chris Hickey

Classical Music from PRI

Classical 91.5 Syndicated Orchestral Series at 8:00 p.m. Mondays - Lucerne Festival 1/4 Mozart: Piano Concerto Bruckner: Symphony No. 5 1/11 Haydn: Symphony in C Brett Dean: Trumpet Concerto, Dramatis Personae R. Strauss: Ein Heldenleben, A Hero’s Life 1/18 Tchaikovsky: Francesca da Rimini, Symphonic Fantasy after Dante Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto Shostakovich: Symphony No. 9 Mondays - Dallas Symphony Orchestra 1/25 Mahler: Symphony No. 9 Bach/Stokowski: Passacaglia and Fugue tuesdays - San Francisco Symphony Orchestra 1/5 Copland: Danzón cubano Britten: Serenade for Tenor, Horn, and Strings Shostakovich: Symphony No. 15 Mozart: Divertimento 1/12 Mozart: Selections from Zaïde Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 Schumann: Symphony No. 3 1/19 An All Stravinsky program Stravinsky: Agon, Violin Concerto, The Rite of Spring, Apollo

tuesdays - Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra 1/26 Lang: Man Made Mahler: Symphony No. 5 WEDNESdays - Cleveland Orchestra 1/6 An All Mozart program Mozart: Piano Concertos No. 18 and 19, Divertimento 1/13 An All Mozart program Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 9, Jeunehomme, Serenade No. 11, Piano Concerto No. 21 1/20 A concert celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Cleveland Orchestra radio broadcasts Martinu: Memorial to Lidice Dvorak: Violin Concerto Janacek: Slavonic Mass 1/27 This 1981 concert recreates the historic first concert in Severance Hall on the 50th anniversary of its opening. Bach/Goedicke: Passacaglia and Fugue Loeffler: Evocation for Women’s Voices, Orchestra and Speaking Voice Brahms: Symphony No. 1

THURSdays - Chicago Symphony Orchestra 1/7 Ravel: Valses nobles et sentimentales Debussy: Symphonic Fragments from The Martyrdom of St. Sebastian Saint-Saëns: La muse et le poète Lalo: Cello Concerto Debussy: Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun 1/14 Wagner: Siegfried Idyll Schoenberg: Violin Concerto Mahler: Adagio from Symphony No. 10 Wagner: Prelude to Parsifal Bach/ Koopman: Concerto in C 1/21 An All-Mozart Program Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 24, Requiem, Bassoon Concerto 1/28 Dean: Ampitheatre Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No. 3 Nielsen: Symphony No. 5 Brahms: Serenade No. 2 fridays - APM Symphony Cast 1/1 Cuban National Anthem, American National Anthem Bernstein: Symphonic Dances from West Side Story Prokofiev: Romeo and Juliet Suite 1/8 An All-Rachmaninov Program Rachmaninov: Isle of the Dead, Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Symphony No. 3 1/15 Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5 1/22 Dvorak: Slavonic Dances Barber: Violin Concerto Dvorak: Symphony No. 6 1/29 Beethoven: Fidelio Overture Bartok: Piano Concerto No. 2 Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique


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The Difference

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Sunday The Latin Alternative

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Folk Alley

The Jewish Sound

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A Variety of Folk

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Best of Open Tunings

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Open Tunings with Scott Regan

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

Stuck in the Psychedelic Era with the Hermit

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A Season’s Griot

Friday, January 1 at 12PM on WRUR-FM

Hosted for nearly 20 years by acclaimed storyteller Madafo Lloyd Wilson (pictured), this annual one-hour special captures the tales and traditions of African American and African peoples. This year’s program will celebrate The National Association of Black Storytellers with special guests Mother Mary Carter Smith, Linda Goss, Dr. Hugh Morgan Hill, better known as Brother Blue, the show’s poet laureate, Beverly Burnette, and other members of the Season’s Griot family. Familiar and favorite elements of Griot will also be in place with plenty of music in this, the 2015 edition of A Season’s Griot.


Rochester

Madrigalia

2016 Beginning Monday, January 4 on Classical 91.5

Pegasus Early Music

Antara Winds

BACKSTAGE PASS:

“WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Guest include: Aaron Bigeleisen, baritone Kieran Hanlon, doublebass Gwen Healy, oboe Emily Helenbrook, soprano Annie Jacobs-Perkins, cello Davie Steinhardt, guitar

FRIDAY, JANUARY 8 AT 1PM ON CLASSICAL 91.5 In celebration of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra bringing NPR’s From the Top to Kodak Hall on January 17, Backstage Pass host Julia Figueras welcomes local From the Top alumni for a look at where they are now.

Performance Rochester 2016 is a celebration of live performances from concert halls in and around Rochester and from the studios of WXXIFM Classical 91.5. Highlighted performances have been curated from a number of ensembles, including: Antara Winds, Bedlam, the East End Quartet, Eastman Chorale & Philharmonia, Hochstein Merit Scholars, Publick Musick, Pegasus Early Music, Madrigalia and many more. You’ll hear music from all time periods and a variety of instrumentation and voices. Classical 91.5 will highlight one group each day beginning on Monday, January 4 and all of our hosts will be sharing in the celebration of the wealth of musical riches in Rochester.

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THE SPANISH HOUR WITH CANDICE AGREE MONDAYS AT 10PM, BEGINNING ON JANUARY 4 ON CLASSICAL 91.5

In our commitment to bringing listeners more Latino music, Classical 91.5 is pleased to add The Spanish Hour to the schedule. Each week, host Candice Agree presents recordings of live concerts featuring Iberian and Latin American composers, conductors, and performers. Artists and luminaries from the Spanishspeaking world, as well as specialists in the Spanish repertory are invited to share their knowledge, passion, and art through interviews and exclusive in-studio live performances.

The Spanish Hour

joins the schedule with Concierto, airing Tuesdays at 10 p.m. and Fiesta! airing Thursdays at 10 p.m.

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The Lady of the Camellias

One Take Doc Film Series

In Transit Tuesday, January 12 at 7 p.m.

documentarian Albert Maysles

The Little Theatre presents a screening of

the last film from legendary cinema verite documentarian Albert Maysles. In Transit journeys into the hearts and minds of everyday passengers aboard Amtrak’s Empire Builder – the busiest long-distance train route in the United States.

A young bourgeois, Armand Duval, falls madly in love with Marguerite Gautier, a gorgeous courtesan celebrated by the Parisian high society. Despite her infidelity, Armand will do all he can to win the beautiful woman’s heart and convince her to leave her indulgent life. The Bolshoi breathes new life into John Neumeier’s tragic masterpiece, inspired by Alexandre Dumas’ novel and accompanied by Chopin’s exquisite score. This production assumes a new emotional and dramatic texture that only the Bolshoi’s dancers can deliver.

12 p.m. Sunday, January 3 and 6 p.m. Tuesday, January 5

January Music

in The Little Café The Little Café’s New Year’s resolution will be to rock as much as possible. Our January music lineup includes familiar faces such as the White Hots, Connie Deming, along with Jackson Cavalier and the Fevertones. Fresh faces such as Talking Under Water (pictured) and Bossa Nova Bradley Brothers will also hit the stage.

Photo: Hanna Hurwitz Photography

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Ballet in the Cinema


Classical 91.5 Presents...

All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records

Saturday, January 30 at 3 p.m. at The Little Theatre

Tickets: $6

“No music. No life.” That was the slogan for Tower Records, the chain of record stores that transformed from its humble beginnings in a small-town drugstore to two hundred stores, in thirty countries, on five continents. Colin Hanks directs ‘All Things Must Pass’ – a brandnew documentary that explores the rise and fall of Tower Records, and its legacy forged by its rebellious founder, Russ Solomon.

Selected by our Classical music hosts Julia Figueras, Brenda Tremblay and Mona Seghatoleslami, each Classical 91.5 Presents film chosen exemplifies the power of music in a non-traditional narrative. Tickets are $6. Other screenings in the series will be on April 2, July 16, and November 5


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PANTHERS: VANGUARD OF the

REVOLUTION MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22 AT 7P.M. AT THE LITTLE THEATRE

Join WXXI for a FREE screening of this Indie Lens Pop-Up film that highlights an iconic and unsettled period of change in American culture. A new revolutionary culture emerged in the turbulent 1960s, and the Black Panther Party was at the vanguard. Weaving together a treasure trove of rare footage with the voices of a diverse group of people who were there, director Stanley Nelson tells the vibrant story of a pivotal movement that feels timely all over again. Support for this Indie Lens Pop-Up presentation is made possible by: ITVS, Independent Lens, and CPB.

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