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Member Magazine
OCT 2 0 14
Go behind the scenes
with Jacques Pépin
KQED’s critics pick
the season’s best art,
music and more
Watch Science at
the Ballot Box
KQED Perks
A view of the Salon at Houghton Hall, Norfolk, England
Step into the history and grandeur of
Houghton Hall, reminiscent of Downton
Abbey, at the Legion of Honor in San
Francisco. A stunning display reflecting
aristocratic life in an English country house
from the 18th through 20th centuries,
Houghton Hall: Portrait of an English
Country House hosts spectacular interiors,
rarely exhibited treasures and exquisite
furniture paired with paintings by masters
What is the name of
Jacques Pépin’s new
television series?
such as Thomas Gainsborough, Joshua
Reynolds and John Singer Sargent.
Admission is free on Friday,
October 24, and Saturday, October 25
to KQED members who present a
current KQED MemberCard and valid
ID at the museum admission desk,
for up to two tickets total. Tickets are
available in person, day-of-visit only, and
are subject to availability.
The monthly contest
especially for On Q
readers from The
Giveaway — KQED’s
blog — offers chances
to win prizes, including
free tickets to events
around the Bay Area.
The answer to the monthly question is in On Q.
Send your answer to [email protected] (please put
“On Q” in the subject line) by October 8, 2014, to be
entered to win a pair of tickets to hear Emmy-winning
comedy writer, producer and actor Bob Odenkirk
speak on Sunday, October 26, at 7pm at the Jewish
Community Center of San Francisco.
For a chance to win even more prizes,
visit The Giveaway (kqed.org/giveaway) and
check out other contests.
Photos: (page 2, top to bottom) Nick McCann; Bob Odenkirk, courtesy Sharon Alagna. (page 3, l. to r.) “Steven Edison” and the lightbulb, courtesy
Paul Olding; Steven emerges from the San Francisco sewer, courtesy Diene Petterle; Steven tesing his eyes, courtesy Paul Olding.
Free Admission to the Legion of Honor
KQED Member Days October 24 and 25
Hear extraordinary stories behind remarkable ideas that made
modern life possible.
The other four episodes will air
Wednesdays at 10pm through
November 12.
KQED.org
How We Got to Now with Steven
Johnson premieres Wednesday,
October 15, on KQED 9 with
back-to-back episodes beginning
at 9pm.
Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ
The ideas are broken down into six themes that
encompass the pillars of modern civilization:
Cold, Time, Light, Clean, Glass and Sound.
KQED Public Television
Johnson. “And amazingly, the amateur
inventors, entrepreneurs and tinkerers who
made our modern world possible have
nearly been forgotten to history.”
The enthusiasm, curiosity and humor
that are hallmarks of Johnson’s awardwinning writing on popular science are
evident on screen as he goes to great
lengths and distances to illustrate how
these ideas shape our lives. For example,
in San Francisco he climbs into a rat- and
cockroach-infested sewer that keeps the
above-ground world clean; in Dubai, he
goes skiing in a gigantic indoor winter
wonderland in the middle of the desert;
and in Venice, he meets a descendant of
Angelo Barovier, the first person to create
crystal-clear glass — an invention that
sparked a chain reaction of innovations
that gave rise to deep space exploration,
global communication and much more.
KQED Public Radio
How We Got to Now, a new six-part series
co-created and hosted by best-selling
science and technology author and Bay
Area resident Steven Johnson, examines
the fascinating stories of the unlikely
people whose ideas have made our modern
world possible.
The series looks at the little-known
stories of the men and women who came
up with revolutionary innovations that
have had far-reaching consequences beyond
their original intent and play a role in just
about every aspect of our daily lives.
“It is very easy to take many of the
conveniences that we encounter every day
for granted. Most people wouldn’t think
sipping a glass of ice water in the summer
is very remarkable. Yet clear glass, clean
water and the ability to keep ice frozen
in warm weather are all the products of
innovations without which the world as
we know it today would not exist,” says
On Q October 2014
How We Got to Now
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California News and Politics
Senior Editor John Myers talks about
KQED’s new multiplatform project.
Earlier this year, KQED created the multiplatform California
Politics and Government Desk, expanding statewide coverage
of important issues in politics and state government on radio,
television and online. Explains Senior Editor John Myers,
“We’re trying to build on the good work that KQED already does
in this area and make it bigger and stronger,” adding, “I’ve spent
most of my career covering California politics and government, and
this is the most exciting venture in which I’ve ever been involved.
As far as I know, we’re the only news organization in the state that’s
launched such a project.”
John and colleague Scott Detrow, The California
Report’s Sacramento Bureau Chief, are both based in
Sacramento, but it’s important to reiterate that they
will not simply be covering the capital. Notes John,
“One of our goals is not to just report on issues from
the top down. We want to find new ways to show
how California government works throughout the
state. We’re also looking to bring more transparency
to government and help spark a dialogue with people
about the way their tax dollars are spent.” As we move
through this year’s midterm elections and into the future, KQED
will be providing “a valuable resource and encourage new ways to
look at politics and government.”
KQEDnews.org
Bay Area Life
Production Begins on
Jacques Pepín’s Final
Cooking Series
Follow along with KQED’s
Bay Area Bites blog.
Production of Jacques Pepín: Heart & Soul begins
this month at KQED’s San Francisco studios. Like
his previous series, Heart & Soul will feature Jacques
teaching the skills necessary for success in the
kitchen, sharing favorite recipes and demonstrating
the timeless cooking techniques that have made him
a master. It will also highlight key periods of his life
and his 60 years in the kitchen, travel with him to his
home, and include stories about his friendships with
other chefs, like Julia Child, and about some of the
“little problems” that have occurred on camera over
the years.
Over the coming weeks and months, KQED’s
food blog Bay Area Bites will feature behind-thescenes photos and video of Heart & Soul’s production
as well as updates on Jacques’ whereabouts and events
leading up to the series premiere in fall 2015. Follow
along with us.
kqed.org/bayareabites
facebook/bayareabites
Support for the California Politics and Government Desk is provided by
KQED’s Campaign 21.
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Heart & Soul is made possible by the generous support of
KitchenAid, OXO, Vine Connections (La Posta Wines, Crios
by Susana Balbo Wines,Vina Casa Silva), Bertolli Olive Oil and
Riedel Crystal.
Photos: (page 4, l. to r.) courtesy KQED; Jacques Pépin, courtesy Tom Hopkins. (page 5, clockwise from top r.) Gabriela Quiros/KQED; Lauren Sommer/KQED; Trombone Shorty, courtesy Kirk Edwards.
News
Science
Science at the Ballot Box
KQED Public Radio
Our editors provide a curated list of
local arts and culture events.
kqed.org/arts
KQED Arts highlights the best of Bay Area culture and community
with reviews, event recommendations and in-depth features.
Like KQED Arts on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @KQEDArts.
Funding for KQED Arts is provided by The William and Flora Hewlett
Foundation and the California Arts Council. Support is also provided by
the members of KQED.
Science at the Ballot Box airs on KQED 9 Friday,
October 24, at 8pm on KQED Newsroom and
Wednesday, October 29, at 7:30pm on QUEST.
Support of QUEST is provided by the National Science
Foundation, The David B. Gold Foundation, S. D. Bechtel Jr.
Foundation, The Dirk and Charlene Kabcenell Foundation,
The Vadasz Family Foundation, George G. and Jeanette A.
Stuart Charitable Trust and the members of KQED. QUEST
is a project of KQED Science.
KQED.org
kqed.org/fallarts
With California in its third year of drought,
the program also discusses Proposition 1, a $7.5
billion water bond that would pay for new reservoirs,
conservation, water recycling and other programs.
The special also explores the labeling of genetically
engineered food, which is on the ballot in Oregon
and Colorado. California’s labeling initiative,
Proposition 37, lost by a small margin in 2012.
Now labeling advocates are applying the lessons they
learned in California to their campaign in Oregon.
Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ
KQED’s critics pick the season’s best music, theater, dance, film, gallery
shows and more packed into 15 guides to help you explore the Bay
Area. New for 2014: insider’s guides to San Jose, the East Bay and the
North Bay. Get the lowdown on the hottest music, theater and shows in
the Area’s vibrant arts scene. Get out there!
KQED Newsroom and QUEST have joined forces
to create a program that examines the science behind
some of the key issues in next month’s election.
The half-hour special Science at the Ballot Box,
hosted by Newsroom’s Thuy Vu, includes a look at
an initiative in San Benito County that asks voters to
ban the controversial oil and gas extraction technique
of hydraulic fracturing.
KQED Public Television
KQED’s The Do List now posts daily picks of the hottest tickets and
must-see shows in Northern California. KQED’s Cy Musiker and the
San Francisco Chronicle’s David Wiegand continue with their weekly
picks, Friday mornings at 6:33 and 8:33 on KQED 88.5 FM.
On Q October 2014
Arts
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All Things Considered/KQED News: 11:04pm & 12:04pm
Snap
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Evening Lectures/
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available on frequencies 88.5 FM in San Francisco, 89.3 FM in Sacramento (KQEI), 88.3 FM in Santa Rosa
and 88.1 FM in Martinez. It is also available on XFINITY digital cable channel 960 and live online at kqed.org.
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On Q October 2014
When The California Report opened a
Central Valley Bureau in Fresno in 2002,
it was because KQED recognized how
important this region was becoming to the
entire state. It’s a place where a public radio
reporter can’t just parachute in. You have
to call this place home to really understand
its complexities. I’ve done just that for the
last ten years.
My challenge is to get listeners
brushing their teeth in San Francisco,
or stuck in traffic in San Diego, to care
about people like Gladys Colunga —
a farmworker mom with six kids whose
well has gone dry in the drought. When
she flushed the toilet one day, dirt came
up. She can’t do dishes or laundry. Nor can
she afford a new well, which costs tens of
thousands of dollars.
Support of The California Report is provided by Eric and Wendy Schmidt, The James Irvine
Foundation, URS Corporation, The California Endowment, Barracuda Networks,
California HealthCare Foundation and the Westly Foundation.
But this valley is rich in many ways
— culturally, academically, artistically
and geographically. It’s a place with many
identities, a place that can’t be pinned
down. But you have to get off the highway
to really tell its stories.
KQED Public Television
It’s no secret: to most of the rest of California,
the Central Valley is the armpit of the state.
Coming over the Tehachapis or the Altamont
pass, people from the Bay Area or Los Angeles
usually just whizz past on I-5 or US 99, on
their way to somewhere else. One friend from
Berkeley even calls the San Joaquin Valley
“the great nothing.”
Ask most Californians from the coast,
and they probably have the vague notion that
Central Valley is hot and that their food comes
from here. But it’s a much more complex place
than you might think.
A recent half-hour special for The California
Report explored life in the valley beyond those
stereotypes. Host Scott Shafer and I talked to
farmers and farmworkers struggling with the
drought, as well as an urban poet, homeless activists and the world’s oldest square dance caller.
KQED Public Radio
— Sasha Khokha, KQED’s
Central Valley bureau chief
Listen to the coverage online:
californiareport.org
Radio Specials and Highlights
Hidden Kitchens World
Wednesday, October 1, 8pm and
Saturday, October 4, 2pm
American Radioworks
Ready to Work: Reviving Vocational Ed
Thursday, October 23, 8pm
American Radioworks
The New Face of College
Thursday, October 2, 8pm
On Being
Maya Angelou, Elizabeth Alexander
and Arnold Rampersad — W.E.B.
Du Bois and the American Soul
Saturday, October 25, 2pm
Intelligence Squared U.S.
Will Flexing America’s Muscles in the Middle
East Make Things Worse?
Wednesday, October 8, 8pm and
Saturday, October 11, 2pm
Mexico Uncovered
Wednesday, October 29, 8pm and
Saturday, November 1, 2pm
The LGBT Journey —
From the Commonwealth Club
Marriage, the Movement and More:
A Political and Legal Understanding
of What LGBT Families Are Facing
Thursday, October 30, 8pm
On Being: Science on Human Frontiers
Brian Greene — Reimagining the Cosmos
Thursday, October 16, 8pm
Selected Shorts
Saturdays, 8pm
10/4 “Alone in the Kitchen with an Eggplant,”
by Laurie Colwin, performed by Kelli O’Hara;
“Snowing in Greenwich Village,” by John
Updike, performed by Jane Curtin. 10/11 “Clair
de Lune,” by Steven Millhauser, performed by
James Naughton; “Night People,” by Sherman
Hearing Voices
Crossing Borders: From Mexico to the U.S.
Saturday, October 18, 2pm
City Arts & Lectures
Sundays, 1pm, Tuesdays, 8pm and
Wednesdays, 2am
10/5, 10/7 & 10/8 Chimamanda Ngozi
Adiche. 10/12, 10/14 & 10/15 Jad Abumrad.
10/19, 10/21 & 10/22
Roz Chast. 10/26, 10/28 & 10/29
Cornel West.
For the most current schedule
information, check kqed.org/radio.
KQED.org
Futurework
Thursday, October 9, 8pm
Climate One ­­— From the Commonwealth Club
Climate on the Brain
Wednesday, October 15, 8pm
Alexie, performed by Wyatt Cenac; “Luck,”
by Richard Bausch, performed by Campbell
Scott. 10/18 “Can’t and Won’t,” by Lydia
Davis, performed by Lydia Davis; “If at
the Wedding (at the Zoo),” by Lydia Davis,
performed by Kaneza Schaal; “The Party,”
by Lydia Davis, performed by Cristin Milioti;
“The Two Davises and the Rug,” by Lydia
Davis, performed by Dylan Baker; “The Egg
Race,” by John Updike, performed by Alec
Baldwin. 10/25 “The Writers Model,” by Molly
Giles, performed by Kaneza Schaal; “Creative
Writing,” by Etgar Keret, performed by Alex
Karpovsky; “On Keeping a Notebook,” by
Joan Didion, performed by Parker Posey; “I
Dated Jane Austen,” by TC Boyle, performed
by wIsaiah Sheffer.
Get magazine online: kqed.org/OnQ
Photos: Sasha Khokha, Scott Shafer and Suzie Racho in Lindsay and Visalia, CA., courtesy Suzie Racho/KQED.
Covering the Central Valley
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The television programs listed here are airing on
KQED 9 and KQED Plus (+).
Wednesday 1
KQED 9 is available over the air on DT9.1, 54.2
and 25.1 and via most cable systems on Channel
9. It is on XFINITY cable from Comcast (Channel 9,
SD, and Channel 709, HD) and on DIRECTV and
DISH satellite systems (Channel 9, SD and HD).
KQED
EARLY
mid
Tavis Smiley | H |
1am
Nightly Business Report
KQED 9
KQED
PR O G R AM M IN G SYM BOLS
Spark | q | Bhangra, CJM and
Crooked Jades.
2am
KQED 9
Finding Your Roots Born
Champions.
KQED
3am
October 4
That’s Entertainment II (1976)
+
KQED 9
Makers Women in Comedy.
Voces on PBS Escaramuza:
Riding from the Heart. | D
FRONTLINE
Bigger Than Vegas!
+
Nature Legendary White
Stallions. | D
5amKQED
+
Little League: A History
| R (+) 10/4 2pm
q
This program is a KQED production,
co-production or presentation.
6am-7pm KQED 9
Life on the Line: Coming of
Age Between Nations
See page 21 for program
schedule.
EVEN IN G
7pm
KQED 9
+
Nightly Business Report
| R (9) 10/2 1am
R
This program will be repeated on the
date/s noted.
KQED
D
Descriptive video information for the
sight-impaired is available on televisions
with stereo capability.
7:30
KQED 9
| q | Bikes, Bugs and
Fashion-istas. | R (9) 10/2
1:30am; (+) 10/3 12:30am,
10/4 5pm
8pm
KQED 9
Penguins: Spy in the
Huddle, a Nature Special
Presentation | H | First Steps.
| R (9) 10/2 2am, 10/5 10am
KQED
9pm
+
KQED 9
KQED
+
10pm KQED 9
October 11
An American in Paris (1951)
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954)
October 25
The Music Man (1962) (pictured)
Nature Birds of the Gods. | D
KQED
5:30
Programs are subject to change after
press deadlines. For the latest program
information, visit kqed.org/tvchanges or
consult daily papers. If you are recording,
allow five minutes for early starts and
late finishes.
Weekend Movies
on KQED 9
4am
+
KQED 9
This program (or episode) is airing on
KQED 9 or KQED + for the first time.
fundraising intermissions.
Revolutionaries | q | #208
Google’s Eric Schmidt. | R (+)
10/2 11pm, 10/3 5am
KQED 9
H
s This broadcast will be interrupted by
+
Film School Shorts | q |
Into the Dark.
1:30
KQED
*If you don’t find KQED Plus on XFINITY Channel 10,
visit customer.comcast.com/help-and-support and
click on “Get Channel Listings.” Also, with some
providers KQED Plus is called KQEH.
Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon
+
12:30KQED +
KQED
+
11pm KQED 9
11:30KQED
+
Lark Rise to Candleford
#120. | R (+) 10/2 1am
Call the Midwife | H | #301.
| R (+) 10/2 2am
NOVA Building Pharaoh’s
Chariot. Archaeologists,
engineers and woodworkers
test highly accurate replicas of
Egyptian royal chariots. | R (9)
10/2 3am
Doc Martin #401 Better the
Devil. | R (+) 10/2 3am
Rise of the Black Pharaohs
| H | Archaeologists discover
indisputable evidence of an
advanced African society in
the heart of Sudan. | R (9)
10/2 4am
Masterpiece Mystery!
Sherlock, Series II: A Scandal in
Belgravia. | D | R (+) 10/2 4am
Bridge Between Silence
and Sound is an exploration
of hearing loss and the cuttingedge cochlear implant. | D | R
(9) 10/2 5am
On Story Neo Noir:
The Modern-Day Film Noir.
| R (+) 10/2 5:30am
Photo: Robert Preston, Shirley Jones, courtesy Warner Bros.
KQED Plus is available over the air on Channel 54,
DT54.1, 9.2 and 25.2 and via many cable and
satellite systems on either channel 10* or 54. It is
on XFINITY cable from Comcast (Channel 10, SD,
and Channel 710, HD) and on DIRECTV (Channel
54, SD and HD) and DISH (Channel 54, SD only)
satellite systems.
KQED 9
10:30KQED
+
EAR LY
mid
KQED 9
+
12:30KQED +
KQED
Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon
Tavis Smiley | H |
Check, Please! Bay Area
| q | #702 Bay Wolf, Green
Chile Kitchen, Back A Yard
Caribbean-American Grill. | R
(9) 10/21 1pm, 10/24 8:30pm,
10/25 2:30am
1-6am Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
8pm
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KQED 9
KQED
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KQED 9
KQED
9pmKQED
10pmKQED
11:30 KQED 9
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10:12 KQED 9
Food Forward | H | School
Lunch Revival. | D | R (9) 10/3
5:30am
E AR LY
KQED 9
Roadtrip Nation | H | q | It’s a
Journey — Not a Destination.
| R (+) 10/3 1am
1-6am Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
Check, Please! Bay Area
| H | q | #913. | R (9) 10/3
1:30am, 10/6 1pm, 10/12 1pm
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
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Ask This Old House | H |
| R (+) 10/3 1:30am
7pm
San Francisco Opera | H |
| q | Rigoletto. Verdi’s masterpiece is about a vengeful court
jester, desperately trying to
protect his daughter from
disaster. | R (9) 10/3 2am
KQED
Antiques Roadshow | H |
Forever Young. | R (+) 10/3
2am
Market Warriors Antiquing in
Brimfield, MA. | R (+) 10/3 3am
Great Romances of the 20th
Century Humphrey Bogart and
Lauren Bacall. | R (+) 10/3 4am
KQED 9
+
Nightly Business Report
| R (9) 10/4 1am
New Tricks #608 Meat Is
Murder. | R (+) 10/4 1am
7:30
KQED 9
Washington Week with
Gwen Ifill | H | R (9) 10/4
1:30am
8pm
KQED 9
KQED Newsroom | H | q |
| R (9) 10/4 2am, 10/5 5pm;
(+) 10/4 12:30am & 1pm
KQED
+
Inspector George Gently | H |
#304 Gently in the Cathedral.
| R (+) 10/4 2am
8:30
KQED 9
Check, Please! Bay Area
| q | #509 Addis, Woodhouse
Fish Co., Panama Hotel and
Restaurant. | R (9) 10/4 2:30am
9pm
KQED 9
Jesse James: American
Experience Less heroic than
brutal, James was a product of
the Civil War who helped invent
his own legend. | D | R (9) 10/4
3am
Austin City Limits
Celebrates 40 Years | H |
showcases performances by
Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, Kris
Kristofferson, Sheryl Crow, the
Foo Fighters and others. | R (9)
10/4 4am
+
Last of the Summer Wine
#203 The Changing Face of
Rural Blamire. | R (+) 10/4 5am
11:30KQED
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The Vicar of Dibley #101
Arrival. | R (+) 10/4 5:30am
Saturday 4
EARLY
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KQED 9
KQED
12:30KQED
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1-6am 6am
6:30
7am
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KQED 9
KQED
8:30
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KQED 9
KQED
8am
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KQED 9
KQED
7:30
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KQED 9
KQED
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KQED 9
KQED
Tavis Smiley | H |
KQED Newsroom | q | R (9)
2am, 10/5 5pm; (+) 1pm
Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
KQED 9
KQED
Charlie Rose | H | R (9) 10/6
noon
+
Caillou | D
WordWorld | D
Arthur | D
Daniel Tiger’s
Neighborhood | D
Wild Kratts
Peg
+ Cat | D
Wild Kratts
Barney and Friends | D
Joseph Rosendo’s
Travelscope | q | Land Without
Limits — The Cariboo-Chilcotin
Coast Region of British
Columbia, Canada. | D
Thomas and Friends | D
Moveable Feast with
Fine Cooking | H |
Rancho Bella Sante.
Thomas and Friends | D
KQED.org
Igudesman and Joo:
Funtastic Duo | H | Aleksey
Igudesman (violin) and Hyungki Joo (piano) are two classical
musicians who have taken
the world by storm with their
unique and humorous theatrical
shows. | R (9) 10/3 4:12am
QUEST | q | Bikes, Bugs and
Fashionistas. | R (+) 10/4 5pm
Inspector George Gently
#201 Gently Evil. | R (+) 10/4
3:30am
11pmKQED
Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon
Tavis Smiley | H |
Nightly Business Report
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Penguins: Spy in the Huddle airs Wednesday,
October 1 and 8, at 8pm on KQED 9.
On Q October 2014
Emperor penguins cross a treacherous
frozen sea to reach their breeding grounds.
Rockhoppers brave the world’s stormiest seas
only to come ashore and face a daunting assault
up a 300-foot cliff, hopping most of the way up.
Tropical Humboldt penguins negotiate predatory
sea lions and vampire bats to reach their desert
nests. The hard work for all the penguins finally
pays off when their tiny, vulnerable chicks begin
to hatch.
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Mexico — One Plate at a
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Cooking on the Sea of Cortez.
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#303 The Plymouth Express.
| R (+) 10/5 1am
Penguins: Spy in the
Huddle, a Nature Special
Presentation First Steps.
11am KQED 9
Simply Ming The Pallotta
Sisters and Infusing Flavor
into Pasta.
11:30 KQED 9
A Chef’s Life | H | Blueberries
and Boiling Over.
ImageMakers | q | Nice Guys
Finish First. | R (9) 10/5 1:30am;
(+) 10/7 12:30am
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That’s Entertainment II
(1976) Gene Kelly and Fred
Astaire host this celebration
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2am
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from Cook’s Illustrated
Skewered and Wrapped.
12:30 KQED 9
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from Cook’s Illustrated
Vegetarian Pasta Night. | R (9)
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Check, Please! Bay Area
| q | #508 El Metate, Creola
Bistro, Benjarong.
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Roadshow #121. | R (+)
10/5 3:30am
Lidia’s Italy in America
Shrimping, Crabbing
and Clamming.
2pm
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Martha Bakes Cookies.
Joanne Weir’s Cooking
Confidence | q | Swimming
Upstream.
10pmKQED
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The Green Man, Part 1 | R (+)
10/5 4am
2:30
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Rick Steves’ Europe | H |
#801.
3pm
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KQED Newsroom | q | R (9)
10/5 5pm
10:08 KQED 9
Antiques Roadshow Raleigh,
NC, Hour 1 of 3.
4pm
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The McLaughlin Group
4:30
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Moyers & Company | H |
5pm
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KQED Newsroom | q |
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6pm
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Truly CA: Our State, Our
Stories | H | q | Fred Lyon —
Living Through the Lens goes
inside Fred Lyon’s world and
showcases his best-known
photos of the streets of
San Francisco.
MotorWeek | H |
Lidia’s Kitchen | H | Piemonte
Peppers.
The McLaughlin Group | H |
| R (9) 10/5 4pm
Martha Stewart’s Cooking
School | H | Eat Your Greens.
Healing Quest
Martha Bakes Yellow Cake.
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Little League: A History
10:48KQED
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The Mind of a Chef | H |
Argentina.
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| q | #512 Tropisueño, Bobo’s,
Pisces California. | R (9) 10/5
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| H | Yorkshire Museum 1.
| R (+) 10/5 3am
Check, Please! Bay Area
| q | #911 Hana Japanese
Restaurant, Cocotte, Sakoon.
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Curious George | D
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| R (+) 10/5 2:30am
Antiques Roadshow
Knoxville, Hour 2 of 3.
KQED 9
Rick Steves’ Europe London:
Historic and Dynamic.
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| q | #510 Sichuan Fortune
House, Manor, L’Ardoise Bistro.
3pm
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Keeping Up Appearances
#102 Vicar’s Tea. | R (+) 10/5
2am
Hubert Keller: Secrets
of a Chef | H | Weekend
Entertaining.
KQED
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Rick Steves’ Europe
Croatia: Adriatic Delights.
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Cook’s Country | H | OldFashioned Sunday Suppers.
6:30
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Martin Yan’s Taste of
Vietnam | H | q | Country Life,
City Life.
Curious George | D
Hispanic Heritage
Awards 2014
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Climbed Every Mountain
with Nicholas Hammond
explores the true story behind
the von Trapp family featured in
the movie The Sound of Music.
| R (9) 10/5 4:08am & 7pm,
10/6 1am
Midsomer Murders #702
The Green Man, Part 2. | R (+)
10/5 4:48am
Roger Moore: A Matter of
Class The actor tells his own
story. | R (9) 10/5 4:56am
One Step Beyond Explorers.
| R (+) 10/5 5:35am
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The Paradise, Season 2, Part 2.
| R (9) 10/6 2am
9pm
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Masterpiece Mystery! | H |
Lewis, Season 7: The Greater
Good. | R (9) 10/6 3am
Hometime | H | Kitchen and
Mud Room Remodel 2.
mid
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| R (+) 10/23 7:30pm, 10/24
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Start Up A Fisheye View:
Fishidy/Eye-Musment.
10:30 KQED 9
Great Estates Scotland | H |
Inveraray. | R (9) 10/6 4:30am
1-6am Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
11:30 KQED 9
ImageMakers | q | Planet
Animation. | R (9) 10/6 5:30am
6am
Caillou
Charlie Rose: The Week | H |
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This Old House | H |
QUEST | q | Bikes, Bugs
and Fashionistas.
PBS NewsHour Weekend | H |
Islands Without Cars with
Kira Hesser | H | Italy’s
Aeolian Islands.
KQED 9
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Connecting the Dots.
Austin City Limits | H | Beck.
| R (9) 10/6 mid
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Dash of Sunshine. | R (+) 10/7
1am
Film School Shorts | q | Life
During Wartime. | R (9) 10/7
1:30am; (+) 10/8 12:30am
Antiques Roadshow | H |
Knoxville, Hour 3 of 3. | R (9)
10/7 2am
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
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Settling of the Sun, Part 1.
| R (+) 10/7 3am
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| R (+) 10/7 3:59am
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POV | H | The Act of Killing.
Indonesian death-squad
leaders re-enact their crimes
in the style of gangster movies
and westerns. | R (9) 10/7 4am
Globe Trekker | H | Around
The World — Pacific Journeys:
Tonga to New Caledonia. | D
| R (+) 10/7 5am
Revolutionaries | q | DARPA’s
Dan Kaufman. | R (+) 10/8 1am
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Spark | q | A Room of One’s
Own. | R (9) 10/8 1:30am
8pm
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Finding Your Roots | H |
Our American Storytellers.
Ken Burns, Anderson Cooper
and Anna Deavere Smith learn
about their family histories. | R
(9) 10/8 2am
When it comes to fighting a war,
plain old nuts-and-bolts logistics
beat tactical brilliance and battlefield
heroics every time. Watch How to Go
to War, tonight on KQED Plus.
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Miss Fisher’s Murder
Mysteries #104 Death at
Victoria Dock. | R (+) 10/7 2am
Antiques Roadshow Raleigh,
NC, Hour 2 of 3. | R (9) 10/7
3am, 10/12 3pm
ImageMakers | q | Nice Guys
Finish First.
Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
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How to Go to War | H |
Staying Alive. Military historian
Saul David explores how wars
are fought in the backrooms of
military planning. | R (+) 10/8
2am
Makers | H | Women in
Hollywood includes Jane
Fonda, Zoe Saldana and
Lena Dunham. | R (9) 10/8 3am
How to Go to War | H | Raising
Arms looks at how generals
have struggled to kit out their
armies for battle and to pay for
it. | R (+) 10/8 4am
Independent Lens Deaf Jam.
Deaf teens reveal passions,
frustrations and humor with
American Sign Language
poetry. | D | R (9) 10/8 5am
From Billions to None: The
Passenger Pigeon’s Flight
to Extinction | H | D | R (+)
10/8 5am
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1-6am Repeats the previous
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schedule.
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
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Film School Shorts | q | Life
During Wartime.
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| R (9) 10/9 1am
Lark Rise to Candleford
#121. | R (+) 10/9 1am
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QUEST | q | Sea Otters, New
Cars and Old Forests. | R
(9) 10/9 1:30am; (+) 10/10
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Penguins: Spy in the
Huddle, a Nature Special
Presentation | H | Growing
Up. Watch as the chicks grow
and eventually head to the sea.
| R (9) 10/9 2am, 10/12 10am
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Call the Midwife | H | #302.
| R (+) 10/9 2am, 10/12 5pm
Kevin Whately and Laurence Fox return for
a seventh season of the beloved Inspector
Lewis series. Hathaway has been promoted
to inspector after an extended break from the
force, and Lewis is enjoying retired life until he’s
asked to team up with his old colleague again.
With their partnership renewed under altered
circumstances, the duo continues to solve
crime in the seemingly perfect academic
haven of Oxford.
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How to Go to War | H |
Stealing a March looks at
how generals have met the
challenge of moving armies.
| R (+) 10/8 3am
FRONTLINE | H | TBA.
| R (9) 10/8 4am
KQED Public Television
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| R (9) 10/7 1am
KQED
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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon
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The inside story of the search
for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
features key players from all
corners of the globe. | R (9)
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Doc Martin #402 Uneasy Lies
the Head. | R (+) 10/9 3am
Last Days of Man: Top Ten
Ways to Extinction Threats
from Nature investigates
potential threats to our survival,
such as collapsing stars and
super volcanoes. | R (9) 10/9
4am
Masterpiece Mystery!
Sherlock, Series II: The Hounds
of Baskerville. | D | R (+)
10/9 4am
Last Days of Man: Top Ten
Ways to Extinction Threats
from Mankind explores the
nuclear disaster in Chernobyl,
potential climate catastrophes
and doomsday wars. | R (9)
10/9 4:55am
On Story Greaser’s Palace:
A Conversation with Jonathan
Demme and Paul Thomas Anderson. | R (+) 10/9 5:30am
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Check, Please! Bay Area | q |
#703 Chiaroscuro, Chef Chu’s,
Lanesplitter Pizza and Pub. | R
(9) 10/22 1pm, 10/25 noon
Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
See page 21 for program
schedule.
Douglas Carter Beane’s acclaimed Tony
Award–nominated play The Nance stars stage
and screen actor Nathan Lane. The play tells the
story of Chauncey Miles (Lane), a headline nance
(a parody of a gay man) in the twilight of New
York burlesque’s era, who is gay. Integrating
burlesque sketches into his drama, Beane paints
the portrait of a homosexual man, living and
working in the secretive and dangerous gay
world of 1930s New York, whose outrageous
antics on the burlesque stage stand in marked
contrast to his offstage life.
Airs Friday, October 10, at 9pm on KQED 9.
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Check, Please! Bay Area
| H | q | #914. | R (9) 10/10
1:30am, 10/13 1pm
The internationally loved series
Midsomer Murders comes to KQED 9
for the first time. Thursdays at 8pm.
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| R (9) 10/11 1am
New Tricks #401 Casualty.
| R (+) 10/11 1am
7:30
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Washington Week with Gwen
Ifill | H | R (9) 10/11 1:30am
8pm
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KQED Newsroom | H | q | R (9)
10/11 2am, 10/12 5pm; (+) 10/11
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#401 Gently Between the Lines.
| R (+) 10/11 2am
8:30
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Check, Please! Bay Area #603
Elite Café, Grand Oaks, Risibisi.
| R (9) 10/11 2:30am
9pm
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Live from Lincoln Center
| H | The Nance Starring Nathan
Lane. | R (9) 10/11 3am
8pm
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Midsomer Murders #101 The
Killings at Badger’s Drift, Part 1.
| R (9) 10/10 2am
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Killings at Badger’s Drift, Part 2.
| R (9) 10/10 2:49am
Inspector George Gently #202
Peace and Love. | R (+) 10/11
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Born to Royalty is a portrait
of the life that lies ahead
for Prince William and Kate
Middleton’s child. | R (9) 10/10
3:37am
Last of the Summer Wine
#204 Some Enchanted
Evening. | R (+) 10/11 5am
11pm KQED 9
Food Forward | H | The Future
of Food. | D | R (9) 10/10 5am
11:30 KQED 9
Food Forward | H | Food
(Justice) for All. | D | R (9) 10/10
5:30am
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QUEST | q | Sea Otters,
New Cars and Old Forests.
1-6am 1-6am Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
6-11am
KQED 9
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schedule.
The Vicar of Dibley #102
Songs of Praise. | R (+) 10/11
5:30am
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| H | R (9) 10/11 5:30am
Saturday 11
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noon
Tavis Smiley | H |
KQED Newsroom | q |
| R (9) 2am, 10/12 5pm
Repeats the previous night’s
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By Request: Best of Pledge
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Photo: Lewis J. Stadlen, Cady Huffman, Nathan Lane and Jonny Orsini in a scene from Lincoln Center Theater’s production of “The Nance,” courtesy Joan Marcus.
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America’s Test Kitchen from
Cook’s Illustrated New York–
Style Pizza at Home.
AFT E R N O O N
noon KQED 9
Check, Please! Bay Area
| q | #604 Mandalay, Café
Gibraltar, Alhamra.
12:30 KQED 9
Lidia’s Kitchen | H | #201.
1pm
Joanne Weir’s Cooking
Confidence | q | Italian
Love Affair.
KQED 9
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An American in Paris (1951)
This Golden Globe and Oscarwinner tells the tuneful story of
a struggling American painter
in Paris (Gene Kelly), torn
between his relationships with
two women. | R (9) 10/12 2am
Seven Brides for Seven
Brothers (1954) In this
sprightly musical, one brother’s
decision to get himself hitched
prompts the other six brothers
to do the same. | R (9) 10/12
3:55am
Sunday 12
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Home | H | Flower Power. | D
Pickin’ and Trimmin’ | R (+)
10/13 4:39am
11:03KQED
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Live from the Artists Den
Jason Mraz. | R (+) 10/13
5:03am
America’s Test Kitchen from
Cook’s Illustrated Short Ribs
and Chops Hit the Grill.
Great Performances at
the Met | H | La Cenerentola.
Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonatos
stars as the title character in
Rossini’s Cinderella story.
America’s Test Kitchen from
Cook’s Illustrated Cool and
Creamy Desserts. | R (9) 10/16
1:30pm
7pm
2:30
KQED 9
Rick Steves’ Europe | H |
#802.
KQED
3pm
KQED 9
Antiques Roadshow Raleigh,
NC, Hour 2 of 3.
Film School Shorts | q |
Daddy Dearest. | R (9) 10/14
1:30am; (+) 10/15 12:30am
8pm
KQED 9
Antiques Roadshow | H |
Jacksonville, Hour 1 of 3. | R (9)
10/14 2am
KQED
Call the Midwife #302.
6pm
KQED 9
POV My Way to Olympia. Niko
von Glasow, the world’s bestknown disabled filmmaker,
covers the London Paralympics.
Wild Kratts
E V E NI NG
Sesame Street | D
7pm
KQED 9
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Death in Paradise #115
A Stormy Occurrence. | R (+)
10/14 1am
KQED 9
PBS NewsHour Weekend | H |
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Nightly Business Report
| R (9) 10/14 1am
7:30
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Great Performances
Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping
Beauty. Choreographer
Matthew Bourne presents a
highly theatrical production of
the timeless fairy tale.
5:30
Daniel Tiger’s
Neighborhood | D
History Detectives #912.
See page 21 for program
schedule.
EVEN IN G
Arthur | D
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Austin City Limits | H |
Ed Sheeran/Valerie June.
Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
Martha Bakes Custards.
Sid the Science Kid
ImageMakers | q | End of
the World As We Know It.
| R (9) 10/13 5:30am; (+) 10/14
12:30am
1-6am KQED 9
KQED Newsroom | H | q |
Thomas and Friends | D
KQED
2pm
KQED 9
The Cat in the Hat Knows a
Lot About That! | D
KQED 9
6am-7pm KQED
Caillou
mid
Lidia’s Kitchen Rustic and
Rich Flavors.
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Great Estates Scotland | H |
Dumfries. | R (9) 10/13 4:30am
EARLY
KQED 9
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Dark Charisma of Adolf
Hitler | H | #103. | R (+) 10/13
3:45am
Monday 13
1:30
5pm
Curious George | D
11:30 KQED 9
Check, Please! Bay Area | q |
#913.
Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
Dinosaur Train | D
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Antiques Roadshow Big and
Little.
9pm
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KQED
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Miss Fisher’s Murder
Mysteries #105 Raisins and
Almonds. | R (+) 10/14 2am
Antiques Roadshow Raleigh,
NC, Hour 3 of 3. | R (9) 10/14
3am
Inspector Morse #203 Last
Bus to Woodstock, Part 1.
| R (+) 10/14 3am
Independent Lens | H |
Bully highlights the growing
movement to change the ways
to address bullying in schools.
| R (9) 10/14 4am
Hawking chronicles the life of
Stephen Hawking, one of the
most remarkable minds of the
modern age. | R (9) 10/13 1am
KQED
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Inspector Morse #204 Last
Bus to Woodstock, Part 2.
| R (+) 10/14 4am
Pioneers of Television
Sitcoms. | R (+) 10/13 1am
11pmKQED
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Masterpiece Classic | H |
The Paradise, Season 2, Part 3.
| R (9) 10/13 2am
Globe Trekker | H | Barcelona
City Guide. | D | R (+) 10/14
5am
11:30 KQED 9
Life on the Line | H | Armed
for the Challenge. | R (9) 10/14
5:30am
KQED.org
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A Chef’s Life | H |
Shrimp Sells.
Moyers & Company | H |
Curious George | D
9am
Roadtrip Nation | H | q | Time
to Jump. | R (9) 10/26 mid
KQED 9
KQED
Masterpiece Mystery! | H |
Lewis, Season 7: The Lions of
Nemea. | R (9) 10/13 3am
9:45KQED
The McLaughlin Group | H |
Caillou
KQED 9
Simply Ming Blanching
with Guests Seth and
Angela Raynor.
KQED 9
KQED 9
KQED
9pm
Arthur | D
KQED 9
8am
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Curious George | D
4:30
Wild Kratts
KQED 9
Dark Charisma of Adolf
Hitler | H | #102. | R (+) 10/13
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Penguins: Spy in the
Huddle, a Nature Special
Presentation Growing Up.
Bob the Builder | D
1pm
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Hitler | H | #101. | R (+) 10/13
2am
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The Cat in the Hat Knows a
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Cook’s Country | H |
Steakhouse Specials Off
the Grill.
KQED 9
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ImageMakers | q | End of the
World As We Know It.
See page 21 for program
schedule.
EVEN I N G
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7:30
8pm
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Nightly Business Report
| R (9) 10/15 1am
Revolutionaries | q | Microsoft
Research’s Rick Rashid. | R (+)
10/15 1am
Spark | q | Frontiers of Dance
explores the frontiers of the
dance world with some of the
Bay Area’s most innovative
choreographers and performers. | R (9) 10/15 1:30am
Finding Your Roots
| H | Roots of Freedom reveals
the ancestors of Ben Affleck,
Khandi Alexander and NAACP
president Ben Jealous. | R (9)
10/15 2am
KQED
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Battle Castle Crac des
Chevaliers. | R (+) 10/15 2am
8:46KQED
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Battle Castle Dover. | R (+)
10/15 2:46am
9pm
KQED 9
9:33KQED
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Tavis Smiley | H |
Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
6am-7pm 11pm KQED 9
Makers | H | Women in Space.
Interviews with astronauts help
trace the history of women
pioneers in the U.S. space
program. | R (9) 10/15 3am
10pm KQED 9
Changing Seas | H | Coral
Hybrids. | R (+) 10/15 5:30am
Wednesday 15
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12:30KQED
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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon
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Film School Shorts | q |
Daddy Dearest.
1-6am Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
11pm KQED 9
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Battle Castle Malaga. | R (+)
10/15 3:33am
FRONTLINE | H | TBA. | R (9)
10/15 4am
Nature Wolverine: Chasing
the Phantom. | D | R (+) 10/15
4:19am
NOVA Why Planes Vanish.
| R (9) 10/15 5am
KQED
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Nightly Business Report
| R (9) 10/16 1am
Lark Rise to Candleford | H |
#122. | R (+) 10/16 1am
New Environmentalists:
From Ithaca to the Amazon
| H | q | showcases six dedicated activists who fight for
environmental justice in their
communities. | R (9) 10/16
1:30am
Nature | H | Animal Misfits.
Meet odd and unlikely
creatures that at first glance
seem ill-equipped for survival.
| R (9) 10/16 2am
Call the Midwife | H | #303.
| R (+) 10/16 2am
How We Got to Now with
Steven Johnson | H |
Clean. Extraordinary ideas,
innovations and unsung heroes
who helped make America’s
water supply cleaner. | R (9)
10/16 3am, 10/20 11pm, 10/21
5am
Doc Martin #403 Perish
Together As Fools. | R (+)
10/16 3am
How We Got to Now with
Steven Johnson | H | Time
profiles the unsung heroes of
time who helped advance
navigation, technology and
travel. | R (9) 10/16 4am, 10/21
11pm, 10/22 5am
Masterpiece Mystery!
Sherlock, Series II: The
Reichenbach Fall. | D | R (+)
10/16 4am
Out on a Limb | H | explores
the evolution of prosthetics
and exciting advancements in
engineering and robotics. | D
| R (9) 10/16 5am
On Story Jonathan Demme
and Paul Thomas Anderson:
A Conversation. | R (+) 10/16
5:30am
Thursday 16
EARLY
mid
KQED 9
Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon
+
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Tavis Smiley | H |
1-6am Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
KQED
Check, Please! Bay Area | q |
#704 Rivoli, The Chairman,
Station House Café. | R (9)
10/23 1pm, 10/25 9am
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8pm
KQED 9
Midsomer Murders #103
Written in Blood, Part 1. | R (9)
10/17 2am
Six new documentaries in the Makers project
feature groundbreaking American women in
different spheres of influence: war, comedy,
space, business, Hollywood and politics.
“Women in Space” traces the history of women
pioneers in the U.S. space program, and features
Mae Jemison, the first woman of color astronaut
and Peggy Whitson (pictured), the first female
commander of the International Space Station.
Airs Tuesdays in October at 9pm on KQED 9.
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Written in Blood, Part 2. | R (9)
10/17 2:49am
1-6am 9:38
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Secrets of Scotland Yard
This look at London’s police
force sheds light on what it
takes to become a modern-day
Sherlock Holmes. | R (9) 10/17
3:38am
6-11am
KQED 9
ImageMakers | q | OMG.
| R (9) 10/17 4:34am
11:02 KQED 9
Food Forward | H | Quest for
Water. | D | R (9) 10/17 5:02am
11:30 KQED 9
Food Forward | H | Make
Food, Not Waste. | D | R (9)
10/17 5:30am
11:30 KQED 9
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America’s Test Kitchen
from Cook’s Illustrated
Here’s the Beef.
1-6am Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
11:30 KQED 9
Cook’s Country | H |
Dinner from the Prairie.
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
6am-mid
KQED +
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Changing Seas | H |
After the Spill.
1-6am Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
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Confidence | q | Never Too
Young.
7:30
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Sugar and Spice. | R (9) 10/21
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PBS NewsHour Weekend | H |
Antiques Roadshow | H |
Jacksonville, Hour 2 of 3. | R (9)
10/21 2am, 10/25 3pm
KQED 9
The Gershwins’ Porgy and
Bess from San Francisco
Opera | H | R (9) 10/18 3am
11pmKQED
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Inspector George Gently
#203 Gently Upside-Down.
| R (+) 10/18 3:30am
Last of the Summer Wine
#205 A Quiet Drink. | R (+)
10/18 5am
The Vicar of Dibley #103
Community Spirit. | R (+) 10/18
5:30am
Saturday 18
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Charlie Rose | H | R (9)
10/20 noon
Tavis Smiley | H |
KQED Newsroom | q |
| R (9) 2am, 10/19 5pm
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City, NJ, Hour 1 of 3. | R (9)
10/21 3am
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Inspector Morse #205
Second Time Around, Part 1.
| R (+) 10/21 3am
9:59KQED
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Inspector Morse #206
Second Time Around, Part 2.
| R (+) 10/21 3:59am
10pm KQED 9
Independent Lens | H |
Twin Sisters. Twin sisters,
separated when infants and
adopted by families in
California and Norway, reunite.
| R (9) 10/21 4am
11pm KQED 9
How We Got to Now with
Steven Johnson Clean. | R (9)
10/21 5am
Repeats the previous
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Miss Fisher’s Murder
Mysteries #106 Ruddy Gore.
| R (+) 10/21 2am
KQED
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KQED 9
Death in Paradise #116 A
Deadly Party. | R (+) 10/21 1am
KQED
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Globe Trekker | H | Pacific
Islands: Fiji, Vanuatu and
Solomon. | D | R (+) 10/21 5am
AFTE R NOON
5pm
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Tavis Smiley | H |
ImageMakers
Man’s Best Friend.
1-6am Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
8pm
KQED 9
Masterpiece Classic | H |
The Paradise, Season 2, Part 4.
| R (9) 10/20 2am
9pm
KQED 9
Masterpiece Mystery! | H |
Lewis, Season 7: Beyond Good
and Evil. | R (9) 10/20 3am
EVEN IN G
Great Estates Scotland
| H | Kincardine. | R (9) 10/20
4:30am
7pmKQED
10:30 KQED 9
Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon
7pm
KQED 9
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Nightly Business Report
| R (9) 10/22 1am
Revolutionaries | q |
Technology Under Sail. | R (+)
10/22 1am, 10/23 11pm,
10/24 5am
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Check, Please! Bay Area
| q | #609 Pork Store Café,
Pizzaiolo, Zarzuela. | R (9) 10/18
2:30am
Nightly Business Report
| R (9) 10/21 1am
1pm
Washington Week with
Gwen Ifill | H | R (9) 10/18
1:30am
KQED 9
KQED 9
Lidia’s Kitchen | H | #202.
Sunday 19
8:30
7pm
12:30 KQED 9
New Tricks #402 God’s
Waiting Room. | R (+) 10/18
1am
Inspector George Gently
| H | #402 Blue for Bluebird.
| R (+) 10/18 2am
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| R (9) 10/18 1am
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ImageMakers | q | Man’s Best
Friend. | R (9) 10/20 5:30am;
(+) 10/21 12:30am
Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
On Q October 2014
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Spark | q | Playwright Philip
Kan Gotanda and Other
Stories. | R (9) 10/22 1:30am,
10/24 11pm, 10/25 5am
Finding Your Roots | H | The
Melting Pot. Celebrity chefs
Tom Colicchio, Ming Tsai and
Aaron Sanchez discover
interesting family members.
| R (9) 10/22 2am
Battle Castle Chateau
Gaillard. | R (+) 10/22 2am
Battle Castle Conwy Castle.
| R (+) 10/22 2:48am
Makers | H | Women in War
looks at American women’s
increasing participation in war
as nurses, soldiers, journalists,
diplomats and spies. | R (9)
10/22 3am
Battle Castle Malbork Castle.
| R (+) 10/22 3:36am
FRONTLINE | H | TBA. | R (9)
10/22 4am
Nature Drakensberg: Barrier of
Spears. | R (+) 10/22 4:35am
How We Got to Now with
Steven Johnson Time. | R (9)
10/22 5am
Changing Seas Sunken
Stories. | R (+) 10/22 5:33am
10pmKQED
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#705 All Spice, Sorella Di Zza’s,
Hillstone.
1-6am Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
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Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon
Nightly Business Report
| R (9) 10/24 1am
Check, Please! Bay Area
| H | q | #916. | R (9) 10/24
1:30am, 10/27 1pm
Midsomer Murders #105
Death of a Hollow Man, Part 1.
| R (9) 10/24 2am
Antiques Roadshow | H |
Boston, Hour 2 of 3 | R (+)
10/24 2am
Repeats the previous
night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
9pmKQED
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
9:38
Nightly Business Report
| R (9) 10/23 1am
10pmKQED
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Great Romances of the 20th
Century | H | Edward VIII and
Mrs. Simpson. | R (+) 10/24 4am
10:30KQED
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Lark Rise to Candleford
#301. | R (+) 10/23 1am
QUEST | q | Wolves, Seeds
and Snapshots. | R (9) 10/23
1:30am; (+) 10/24 12:30am,
10/25 5pm
Nature A Murder of Crows
looks at one of nature’s most
intelligent animals. | D | R (9)
10/23 2am
Call the Midwife | H | #304.
| R (+) 10/23 2am
NOVA | H | Ben Franklin’s
Balloons. | R (9) 10/23 3am
Doc Martin #404 Driving Mr.
McLynn. | R (+) 10/23 3am
How We Got to Now with
Steven Johnson | H | Glass.
The innovators of glass helped
shape the worlds of art, science
and global communications.
| R (9) 10/23 4am, 10/28 11pm,
10/29 5am
mid
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Tavis Smiley | H |
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night’s 7pm to midnight
schedule.
6am-7pm See page 21 for program
schedule.
KQED 9
10:35 KQED 9
11pmKQED
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Mystery of Agatha Christie
with David Suchet | R (9)
10/24 3:38am
QUEST | q | Wolves, Seeds and
Snapshots. | R (+) 10/25 5pm
EVEN IN G
7pm
KQED 9
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Nightly Business Report
| R (9) 10/25 1am
New Tricks #403 Ducking and
Diving. | R (+) 10/25 1am
7:30
KQED 9
Washington Week with
Gwen Ifill | H | R (9) 10/25
1:30am
8pm
KQED 9
Science at the Ballot Box
| H | q | Is a co-production of
KQED Newsroom and QUEST.
| R (9) 10/25 2am, 10/26 5pm,
10/29 7:30pm, 10/30 1:30am;
(+) 10/25 12:30am & 1pm,
10/31 12:30am
KQED
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Inspector George Gently | H |
#403 Gently with Honor.
| R (+) 10/25 2am
8:30
KQED 9
Check, Please! Bay Area
| q | #702 Bay Wolf, Green
Chile Kitchen, Back A Yard
Caribbean-American Grill.
| R (9) 10/25 2:30am
9pm
KQED 9
Butch Cassidy and the
Sundance Kid: American
Experience The true story
of the famous outlaws and
bank robbers who captivated
Americans in the 1890s. | D | R
(9) 10/25 3am
Midsomer Murders #106
Death of a Hollow Man, Part 2.
| R (9) 10/24 2:49am
Market Warriors Antiquing in
Springfield, OH. | R (+) 10/24
3am
Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon
+
12:30KQED +
KQED
Ask This Old House | R (+)
10/24 1:30am
1-6am Film School Shorts | q |
Sugar and Spice.
EARLY
Roadtrip Nation | q | Rattle
the Cage. | R (+) 10/24 1am
Tavis Smiley | H |
EVENI N G
16
Charlie Rose | H | R (9) noon
+
12:30KQED +
KQED
Friday 24
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Independent Lens Lives
Worth Living. | D | R (9) 10/23
5am
Thursday 23
Wednesday 22
EARLY
Masterpiece Mystery!
Sherlock, Series III: The Empty
Hearse. | D | R (+) 10/23 4am
9:30KQED
+
Inspector George Gently
#204 Goodbye China. | R (+)
10/25 3:30am
10pm KQED 9
Great Romances of the 20th
Century | H | King George VI
and Queen Elizabeth. | R (+)
10/24 4:30am
Great Performances | H |
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga:
Cheek to Cheek Live! The
legendary singer and the pop
diva perform swinging selections from their latest
collaboration. | R (9) 10/25 4am
11pm KQED 9
ImageMakers | q | Starting
Over. | R (9) 10/24 4:35am,
10/26 11:30pm, 10/27 5:30am
Spark | q | Playwright Philip
Kan Gotanda and Other
Stories. | R (9) 10/25 5am
KQED
+
Revolutionaries | q |
Technology Under Sail. | R (+)
10/24 5am
11:01 KQED 9
Food Forward | H | Food on
the Brain. | D | R (9) 10/24
5:01am
11:30 KQED 9
11:30 KQED 9
Food Forward | H | Wild Food,
I Think I Love You. | D | R (9)
10/24 5:30am
KQED
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Last of the Summer Wine
#206 Ballad for Wind Instruments and Canoe. | R (+) 10/25
5am
Charlie Rose: The Week | H |
| R (9) 10/25 5:30am; (+) 10/25
4:30pm
The Vicar of Dibley #104
Window. | R (+) 10/25 5:30am
10:30 KQED 9
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WordWorld | D
Arthur | D
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood | D
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Wild Kratts
Peg
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1pm
Wild Kratts
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Barney and Friends | D
Joseph Rosendo’s
Travelscope | q |
Sechselauten — Switzerland’s
Spring Festival. | D
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Thomas and Friends | D
Moveable Feast with Fine
Cooking | H | Portland Wine
Collective.
1:30
Thomas and Friends | D
KQED
Check, Please! Bay Area
| q | #704 Rivoli, The Chairman,
Station House Café.
2pm
Bob the Builder | D
KQED
KQED 9
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Mexico — One Plate at a
Time with Rick Bayless
Presenting: World-Class Wines
of Baja.
Wild Kratts
Martin Yan’s Taste of
Vietnam | H | q | Little Saigon.
Curious George | D
America’s Test Kitchen
from Cook’s Illustrated
Crepes and Croissants.
3:30KQED
+
The Mind of a Chef | H |
Louisville.
4pm
KQED 9
This Old House | H |
Cook’s Country | H | Memphis
Ribs and Pretzel Salad.
KQED
Ask This Old House | H |
KQED
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Check, Please! Bay Area
| q | #703 Chiaroscuro, Chef
Chu’s, Lanesplitter Pizza
and Pub.
MotorWeek | H |
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POV Neurotypical. An
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In the Community
The Climate Conversation
You Haven’t Heard
Friday, October 24
Maples Pavilion, Stanford University
Free and open to the public.
8:45am
9:30am
10am
Doors open
Stanford president’s welcome
Roundtable begins
roundtable.stanford.edu
Many of us don’t want to talk about it
or think about it, but extreme weather
and a changing planet are a given for the
21st century. The phrase “climate fatigue”
describes a public already saturated with
bad news about our future.
It’s a daunting problem, but there
are success stories. Join moderator
Lesley Stahl, correspondent for
60 Minutes, for a roundtable discussion
that applies the expertise and perspective
of Stanford’s brain trust and the vision of
global leaders to what may be the most
compelling issue of our time.
Panelists include George P. Shultz,
former secretary of state; Alvaro Umana,
Costa Rica’s first minister of energy and
enviroment; Bina Venkataraman, senior
advisor for climate change innovation
in the Executive Office of the President;
Chris Field, founding director of the
Carnegie Institution’s department of
global ecology; JB Straubel, co-founder
of Tesla.
Get ready to unleash your inner scientist at
the fourth annual Bay Area Science Festival,
October 23 through November 1.
Don’t miss this annual celebration of
science with dozens of events stretching
from Santa Rosa to San Jose, culminating
in two Discovery Days finale events on
Saturday, November 1, at AT&T Park in
San Francisco and the Sonoma County
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KQED is a media partner of the 2014
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Join us to celebrate the best of American
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panels, parties and live performances set
against the backdrop of beautiful Marin
County delight filmmakers and audiences
alike at the Mill Valley Film Festival.
The mission of the Arab Film Festival —
the oldest and largest independent annual
showcase of films from and about the
Arab world — is to enhance understanding
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independent Arab filmmakers to screen
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Arab Film Festival runs October 10–23 in
San Francisco.
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9:30
KQED Newsroom
10:00 America by the Numbers
10:30 To the Contrary
11:00 The McLaughlin Group
11:30 Charlie Rose: The Week
AFTE R NO ON /EVEN IN G
noon Market Warriors
1:00 Roadtrip Nation
1:30 Healing Quest
2:00 This Old House
2:30 Ask This Old House
3:00 Victory Garden Edible Feast
3:30 Pati’s Mexican Table
4:00 Jacques Pépin
4:30 America’s Test Kitchen
5:00 Check, Please! Bay Area
5:30 Martha Bakes
6:00 Primal Grill
6:30Spark
7:00 Austin City Limits
8-mid Arts programming
AF T ERN OON
noon Moyers & Company
12:30 Religion and Ethics Newsweekly
1:00 QUEST
1:30 Biocentury This Week
2-6
Specials
Photos: (l. to r.) Beef Barbacoa Sliders, Pati’s Mexican Table; Bill Moyers, ©2004 Peter Krogh; Peg + Cat, courtesy (c) 2013, Feline Features LLC.
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Best of World
7:00 European Journal
7:30
Washington Week
8:00
KQED Newsroom
8:30
QUEST
Start Up
9:00
9:30WealthTrack
10:00 The McLaughlin Group
10:30 Washington Week
11:00 KQED Newsroom
11:30 Moyers & Company
AFT ERN O O N
noon Religion and Ethics Newsweekly
12:30 QUEST
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5:00 QUEST
5:30 Moyers & Company
E V E RY
6:00
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9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 EVEN IN G
Sesame Street (30-minute version)
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Maya and Miguel
WordGirl
Wild Kratts
Wild Kratts
Arthur
Arthur
Cyberchase
Martha Speaks
Curiosity Quest
WordGirl
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6:00
PBS NewsHour Weekend
6:30
KQED Newsroom
7:00
Global Voices
8:00 Global Voices
9:00 Nature specials
10:00 Finding Your Roots
11:00 Global Voices
E V E RY AF T ERN OON
noon The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot
About That!
12:30 Curious George
1:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 1:30 Pet + Cat
2:00 Martha Speaks
2:30 Wild Kratts
3:00 Zoboomafoo
3:30 Zoboomafoo
4:00 Curiosity Quest
4:30 Anne of Green Gables —
Animated Series
5:00 Sid the Science Kid
5:30 Super Why
KQED Public Television
9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 Premiering on Veterans Day,
Navy Seals — Their Untold Story
recounts the ticking-clock missions
of the “Commandoes of the Deep”
through firsthand accounts, neverbefore-seen footage, home movies
and personal mementoes.
Photos: (top r.) Public domain; (back) Jeff Hosier.
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6:00
PBS NewsHour Weekend
6 :30 Washington Week
7 :00 KQED Newsroom
7:30 QUEST
8:00 Globe Trekker
9:00 Nature
10:00 NOVA
11:00Specials
Coming in
November
M ORN IN G
Martha Speaks
Clifford’s Puppy Days
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot
About That!
Curious George
Peg + Cat
Anne of Green Gables —
Animated Series
WordGirl
Maya and Miguel
Sid the Science Kid
Sesame Street (30-minute version)
Clifford’s Puppy Days
Clifford the Big Red Dog
KQED Public Radio
E V E RY
6:00 6:30 7:00 On Q October 2014
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