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  • Africa's Great Civilizations Beginning with Africa's ancient history as the cradle of mankind, this documentary series with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. brings to life the epic stories of both little-known and celebrated African kingdoms and cultures.
  • America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK'S ILLUSTRATED uses a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison lead a team of dedicated test kitchen cooks to reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. The series also features the popular segments viewers know and love. In "The Tasting Lab," expert Jack Bishop puts supermarket staples to the test before revealing the series' top food recommendations. Then, equipment tester Adam Ried takes viewers through an exhaustive and unbiased search for the best kitchen items in "Equipment Corner." Meanwhile, in "Gadgets Galore," Lisa McManus reviews her favorite gadgets and reveals which ones are worth the cost-or not. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 1:00 pm
  • American Masters AMERICAN MASTERS is an ongoing series of award-winning primetime specials examining the lives, works, and creative processes of our most outstanding cultural artists. Created in 1984 by Susan Lacy and produced by Thirteen/WNET for national public television, the series is both a celebration and an exploration of creativity in America. Consisting of more than 250 hours of programming to date, AMERICAN MASTERS is a growing film library documenting the role important individuals, groups, and movements have played in the formation of our cultural identity.
  • Antiques Roadshow ANTIQUES ROADSHOW cameras capture tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-lost items salvaged from attics and basements, while experts reveal the fascinating truths about these finds. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 5:00 am
  • Arthur ARTHUR is based on the best-selling children's books by Marc Brown. The series revolves around an eight year-old aardvark, his four year-old sister DW, and their family and friends. ARTHUR is a show about being a kid, exploring the world, and finding your place in it. It's about kids finding inner strengths, learning to make choices for themselves, taking responsibility for them and of course, having fun. In each episode, Arthur and his gang guide us through stories that deal with real "kid issues" -- timeless difficulties and joys that all kids experience. The series also models the joys and rewards of literacy by presenting the many ways kids and adults incorporate reading and writing into their lives. Above all, ARTHUR is a comedy that tells its stories from a kids' point of view, never moralizing or talking down to them. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 5:30 pm
  • As Time Goes By Next airing: April 1, 2017, 10:30 pm
  • Aurora - Fire in the Sky
  • Austin City Limits AUSTIN CITY LIMITS continues its longstanding tradition of showcasing the best of original American music and beyond. Musical styles range from contemporary and traditional pop to rock, country, blues, bluegrass, Latin, folk, roots and more. All find a home on the AUSTIN CITY LIMITS stage. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 11:00 pm
  • Best of the Joy of Painting The late Bob Ross delights and encourages the painting hobbyist. The soft-spoken Ross paints natural scenes, including his trademark "happy" clouds, mountains and trees, while soothingly offering words of encouragement to those painting at home. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 11:00 am
  • Bob Ross: The Happy Painter
  • British Antiques Roadshow Next airing: April 2, 2017, 6:30 pm
  • Call The Midwife This moving, intimate, funny and true-to-life series, based on the best-selling memoirs of the late Jennifer Worth, tells colorful stories of midwifery and families in London's East End in the 1950s. Jenny Lee, a young woman raised in the wealthy English countryside, has chosen to become a nurse and now, as a newly qualified midwife, has gone to work in the poorest area of the city. Attached to an order of nursing nuns at Nonnatus House, Jenny is part of a team of women who minister to expectant mothers, many of whom give birth at home in appalling conditions. The drama follows Jenny as she meets her patients and learns to love the people who live in the East End. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 8:00 pm
  • Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Coming to television for the first time ever in an animated series, the Cat in the Hat whisks pre-schoolers off on a voyage of scientific discovery. "The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!" features six-year-olds Sally & Nick, best friends and next door neighbors, who are transported on magical journeys to all corners of the globe where the natural world becomes their playground. With the Cat as their guide, his two energetic helpers, the zany duo, Thing One and Thing Two and the enigmatic Fish along for the ride, every outing becomes an unpredictable adventure. In each episode, Sally and Nick head off with the Cat in his one-of-a-kind custom vehicle, the Thinga-ma-jigger, a quintessentially Seussian contraption that instantly transforms from plane to boat to submarine with just a flick of the jigger-ma-whizzer or a honk of the shrinkamadoodle. They go everywhere from the ocean bottom, to a rainforest, or to the centre of a beehive. The Cat in the Hat "knows a lot" but he doesn't know everything making him the perfect guide for learning and fun. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 1:30 pm
  • Celtic Woman: Destiny
  • Charlie Rose Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages America's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders and scientists in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 11:00 pm
  • Charlie Rose - The Week This new Friday night program will provide a retrospective of the best stories and interviews from the nightly PBS program CHARLIE ROSE. The show will capture the defining moments in politics, science, business, culture, media and sports. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 8:30 pm
  • Chef's Life A Chef's Life is a new food/reality series featuring Chef Vivian Howard. Vivian was making a name for herself in New York City, when her father, a hog farmer, offered to get her started in her own restaurant. The catch? It would be located in her home town, a place she swore she would never return --- the Deep South. The series plunges audiences into the kitchen of the restaurant Chef and The Farmer, a highbrow restaurant located in Kinston, NC, one of the most impoverished communities in the U.S. When Vivian arrives home, she begs local farmers to grow fennel, lemongrass and Jerusalem artichokes --- none of which are native to the region. Soon, she realizes that the cooking techniques she learned in New York could be applied to her "grandmother's ingredients," the bounty grown by local farmers. Vivian's recipes are exquisitely assembled to bring out the best in the locally grown fresh ingredients. This is real "southern cooking," anyone can implement into their own lives. Six years in, Vivian has become a pillar in this small community, with the restaurant winning accolades across the country. As the series opens, she and her husband Ben are juggling the business and raising twins, when a devastating kitchen fire destroys the restaurant overnight. What happens next is a true testament to Southern grit. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 10:30 am
  • Ciao Italia Mary Ann Esposito, host of the longest-running cooking show on public television, travels around the United States and Rome, Italy in search of recipes that can be prepared in thirty-minutes or less for a busy audience that has time to enjoy great Italian food but doesn' t always have time to prepare it "the old way." Next airing: April 1, 2017, 11:30 am
  • City in the Sky Explore a unique metropolis-a midair "city" composed of nearly a million people on flights that crisscross the world daily. Meet the hidden army working to keep the city aloft and uncover the exceptional engineering and technology that make it work.
  • Connect NY Next airing: April 17, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Cornell: The Birth of the American University
  • Craft In America CRAFT IN AMERICA visits America's premier craft artists in their studios to witness the creation of handmade objects and into homes, businesses and public spaces where functional art is employed and celebrated. Using archival footage and interviews with some of the top artists in the country, the three-part series showcases the breadth and beauty of handmade objects in our culture. Next airing: April 21, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Craftsman's Legacy In A CRAFTSMAN'S LEGACY, host Eric Gorges goes on a quest to discover the true craftsmen in today's world. Traveling across the country, Gorges interviews the men and women responsible for carrying the tools, trades and traditions of fine craftsmanship into the 21st century. From a glass blower to a guitar maker, a weaver to a potter, every episode explains the history of a traditional craft and the importance of that craft in the United States today. Other tradespeople include: a woodworker, a snowshoe maker, a knife-maker, a boat-maker, a saddle-maker, a stone carver and a blacksmith. Gorges, a welder by trade, meets and interviews master craftsmen, and learns why they chose their craft, where they learned their skills, how they live using their talents, and the challenges and importance of keeping that tradition alive in a modern-day world. He then takes on the role of apprentice on a project under the guidance of the master craftsman. In these inspiring segments, Gorges proves that, with the right tools and careful direction, a person with no experience can learn the basic skills of a craft to create something of lasting value. As owner of Voodoo Choppers, Gorges creates custom motorcycles and stylish works of art for high-end restaurants and luxury homes. His one-of-a-kind choppers have been featured on The Discovery Channel. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 3:00 pm
  • Curious George For more than 75 years, generations of young children have been charmed by the literary adventures of Curious George. Based on the best-selling Curious George books by Margret and H. A. Rey, the daily series expands George's world to include a host of colorful new characters and original locales, while maintaining the charm of the beloved books. Each half-hour episode includes two animated stories, followed by short live-action pieces showing real kids who are investigating the ideas that George introduces in his stories. The series aims to inspire kids to explore science, math and engineering in the world around them. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 8:30 am
  • Curious George Swings Into Spring
  • Cyberchase Math rules in the animated adventure series CYBERCHASE. CYBERCHASE energizes kids ages eight to eleven with math power. Full of cyber-mysteries with eye-popping animation and a sly comic flair, the daily series features the voices of Christopher Lloyd and Gilbert Gottfried. CYBERCHASE sends the message that math is fun - it's about problem solving and, boy, does it come in handy. When the dastardly villain Hacker (Lloyd) launches a mad mission to conquer the virtual universe, Motherboard calls upon three earth kids for help. They are Jackie, Matt and Inez - the culturally diverse heroes of CYBERCHASE - who, along with the wise-cracking cyber-bird Digit (Gottfried), travel from their real-world realm to the colorful virtual vistas of cyberspace, where they vanquish the bad guys in an all-out battle of wits. Each episode takes the kids on a thrilling adventure driven by a different math concept - from tackling time in ancient Egyptian tombs to cracking codes in creepy caves or making sense of numbers in a fractured fairy tale world. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 4:30 pm
  • Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood" is an animated series with live-action interstitials. Fred Rogers' original Neighborhood of Make Believe is recreated in vibrant color and texture; his signature puppet Daniel Striped Tiger is transformed into a curious and playful 4-year-old joined by his friends O the Owl, Prince Wednesday, Katerina Kittycat and Miss Elaina. The series curriculum is school-readiness and social-emotional learning, and each preschool themed episode offers a musical strategy for children and parents to use together. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 9:00 am
  • Dead Reckoning: War, Crime, and Justice from WW2 To The War On Terror Civilians worldwide are increasingly the targets of war crimes. This unprecedented series examines the evolution of postwar justice in investigating genocide, ethnic cleansing and other atrocities and in prosecuting the perpetrators. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 3:00 am
  • Dinosaur Train "Dinosaur Train" is an animated series for 3-to-6 year olds. The series features a curious young T-rex named Buddy who, together with his adopted Pteranodon family, takes the Dinosaur Train to meet, explore, and have adventures with all kinds of dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 11:00 am
  • Dinosaur Train: What's at the Center of the Earth?
  • Dusters
  • Emery Blagdon and His Healing Machine
  • Escape from a Nazi Death Camp Next airing: April 19, 2017, 10:00 pm
  • Expressions Expressions is a weekly program highlighting fine arts, performing arts and the artists from the New York Southern Tier. Expressions is designed to attract viewers to a virtual arts community where each week they can check out the talents of local artists, musicians and performers all from the comforts of home. The series opens with Expressions: Sounds of the Season, featuring holiday music from 16 local-area performing groups including youth choirs, gospel groups, a bell choir and a string quartet. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 8:00 pm
  • Father Brown Based on the short stories by G K Chesterton, Father Brown follows the kindly cleric as he solves crimes in his community. It is a quintessentially English world: drawing rooms in large country houses, miles of countryside, village halls and secret gardens, as well as country fairs, railway stations and rural parish churches. Each episode sees the enigmatic priest investigate a crime in his own particular way, using intuition and psychology. Father Brown discovers the truth of a crime by looking into the truth of the soul - the passions, dark secrets, hidden desires. Many years spent hearing his parishioners' confessions have given him an uncanny insight into the origins of evil and the workings of the criminal mind. But the stories are not concerned with judgement - Father Brown is more interested in saving souls than in bringing the guilty to justice. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Finding Your Roots Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. is the 12th and latest series from the renowned cultural critic and Harvard scholar. In this 10-part series, Professor Gates continues the quest he begun in African American Lives 1 and 2 and Faces of America delving into the genealogy and genetics of an all new group of famous Americans. The series combines history and science in a fascinating exploration of race, family, and identity in today's America. Each hour features a different pair of celebrity guests, who are bound together by an intimate, sometimes hidden link, whether it be as old friends, through long-lost relatives, or even through a common ancestral past.
  • Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting Marianne Fons & daughter, Mary Fons, showcase their passion for quilting through in-depth demonstrations on a variety of quilting topics. Beginner or expert, viewers with a love of quilting will be inspired by their tips, designs and techniques. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 7:30 am
  • Front and Center From the producers of the critically acclaimed Soundstage comes the second season of FRONT AND CENTER (previously titled Front Row Center) . Utilizing state-of-the-art production techniques, the nine-part concert series caters to the live music fan, with each episode delivering powerful performances from some of the top names in music. Season two's diverse musical lineup spanning genres and generations includes Jack Johnson, Train, Buddy Guy, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, The Rides (featuring Barry Goldberg, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Stephen Stills), Rock Candy Funk Party (featuring Tal Bergman, Ron DeJesus, Mike Merritt, Renato Neto, and Joe Bonamassa), Zakk Wylde & the Les Paul Trio, Jake Bugg, and JJ Grey & Mofro. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 1:00 am
  • Frontline As PBS' premier public affairs series, FRONTLINE's stature is reaffirmed each week through incisive documentaries covering the scope and complexity of the human, social and political experience. Next airing: April 4, 2017, 10:00 pm
  • Globe Trekker GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off the beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 3:00 pm
  • Grand Coulee Dam: American Experience Next airing: April 18, 2017, 8:00 pm
  • Great British Baking Show Follow the trials and tribulations of passionate amateur bakers whose goal is to be named the U.K.'s best. Each week, the bakers tackle a different skill, the difficulty of which increases as the competition unfolds. Mary Berry, a leading cookbook writer, and Paul Hollywood, a top artisan baker, serve as judges. Together with hosts and comic foils Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc, Berry and Hollywood search for the country's best amateur baker by testing the competitors' skills on cakes, breads, pastries and desserts, crowning a winner after 10 weeks of competition. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 7:00 pm
  • Great Performances GREAT PERFORMANCES, the longest-running performing arts anthology on television, continues to feature the best in the performing arts. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Great Performances at the Met In a historic first for any major performing arts institution in this country or abroad, the Metropolitan Opera this season will transmit six of its Saturday matinee performances live in high definition into movie theaters in the United States, Canada and Europe. These productions will later be broadcast on PBS. The operas are the new English-language adaptation of Mozart's The Magic Flute, conducted by James Levine and directed by Julie Taymor; I Puritani starring Anna Netrebko; the world premiere production of Tan Dun's The First Emperor with Placido Domingo in the title role; Eugene Onegin with Renee Fleming and Dmitri Hvorostovsky, conducted by Valery Gergiev; the new production of The Barber of Seville with Juan Diego Florez; and the new production of Il Trittico, conducted by Maestro James Levine and directed by Jack O'Brien. Next airing: April 14, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Great War: American Experience Learn how WWI transformed America through stories of African-American and Latino soldiers, feminist activists, Native-American "code talkers" and others whose participation in the war to "make the world safe for democracy" has been largely forgotten. Next airing: April 10, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Hamilton's America
  • Harvest
  • Home Fires Season 2 On Masterpiece Follow the story of a group of inspiring women in an English village during World War II. Samantha Bond ("Downton Abbey") and Francesca Annis ("Reckless") head the extraordinary cast. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Il Volo Notte Magica
  • In Their Own Words Enjoy a series that profiles key figures in history by using their most memorable quotes to frame their life stories. The films follow Queen Elizabeth II, Muhammad Ali and Jim Henson.
  • Independent Lens This acclaimed Emmy Award-winning anthology series features documentaries and a limited number of fiction films united by the creative freedom, artistic achievement and unflinching visions of their independent producers. INDEPENDENT LENS features unforgettable stories about a unique individual, community or moment in history. The series is supported by interactive companion Web sites and national publicity and community engagement campaigns. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 4:00 am
  • Infinity Hall Live INFINITY HALL LIVE celebrates the music and energy of groundbreaking American artists. The acoustically perfect Infinity Music Hall, a historic 130-year-old venue in Norfolk,Conn., provides an intimate setting for engaging, authentic and heartfelt performances by an eclectic group of musicians. This season's line-up includes: pop trio Wilson Phillips, "folk soul" singer-songwriter and guitarist Keb' Mo', soulful singer-songwriter Shelby Lynne, alternative rockers Rusted Root, The Wailin' Jennys folk group, folk troubadour Jonathan Edwards, rockers The Smithereens and guitar virtuoso Tim Reynolds. Candid interviews with band members provide a window into their motivations, their inspirations and their unique styles. Cameras also eavesdrop on backstage preparations, providing a glimpse into the creative process, as well as a sense of the behind-the-scenes anticipation and nervous energy at the heart of any live concert. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 11:09 pm
  • It's Sew Easy IT'S SEW EASY is an exciting new show offering a novel approach to sewing. The focus is on contemporary style, not age. Each weekly episode features education that revolves around the experts. Designers from across the country share their expertise, showing easy ways to create great sewing projects without the stress of perfection. Projects are easy enough for beginners but creatively challenging to pique the interest of all sewing enthusiasts. Viewers will learn to create beautiful and professional looking garments and home decor. Show themes include: Accessories and Simple Sewing, Apparel Details and Embellishments, Simple Sewing- Easy Tricks, Make it Personal, Dress up Ready Made Home Decor, Garment Construction Tips, Patterns, Surface Embellishment, T-shirt Surgery, Fun Fabrics, Shop Your Closet - Restyling, Gifts, and Kids and Baby. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 8:30 am
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  • John Denver: Country Boy
  • John Lewis - Get in the Way
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  • Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope The Daytime Emmy-winning travel series Travelscope- now re-titled JOSEPH ROSENDO'S TRAVELSCOPE- scales new heights of adventure, natural splendor and cultural richness this season. Host Joseph Rosendo journeys from the California coast to the islands of Hong Kong and to Chile's Tierra del Fuego. Along the way, he encounters the heights of natural beauty in the Cariboo-Chilcotin Coast region of British Columbia, celebrates Christmas in Switzerland and circumnavigates the tip of South America. The series' hallmark remains the rich cultural interchanges between Joseph and the local population. He joins the parade of medieval guilds during Zurich's spring festival, shares devotions with a holy man in a rock-hewn church in Lalibela, Ethiopia and explores the mysteries behind the stone figures on Easter Island. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 11:30 am
  • Julie Taboulie's Lebanese Kitchen In JULIE TABOULIE'S LEBANESE KITCHEN, chef and Lebanese-American Julie Taboulie celebrates the colorful and flavorful cuisine of Lebanon. Filmed on location throughout the greater Syracuse area and Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, Julie shares her authentic array of original Lebanese recipes (tabbouleh, lamb kebab, and Lebanese-style French fries) that have been handed down in her family for over three generations. Throughout the series, the New York native searches for the freshest and finest foods at her favorite farmer's markets and farm stands, winds her way through several Finger Lake wineries, and explores the rich rural farmlands, lakes and landscapes of the region. Julie then stops by her mother's garden before heading back home to her kitchen, where she demonstrates her tried and true tips, tricks, and techniques so that viewers can successfully re-create her recipes themselves. Next airing: April 23, 2017, 2:30 pm
  • Katmai: Alaska's Wild Peninsula Next airing: April 30, 2017, 4:30 am
  • Keeping Up Appearances - The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket Next airing: April 1, 2017, 10:00 pm
  • Ken Burns: America's Storyteller
  • Knit and Crochet Now! The entertaining KNIT & CROCHET NOW! features the top designers and experts in the field. In each episode, a rotating cast of talented and experienced needle artists, each of whom demonstrates popular techniques for creating lace, purses, patterns, felting and many other items. Field pieces also highlight the latest industry news, the best knitting and crochet blogs, and interviews with those on the cutting-edge of color and apparel design. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 6:30 am
  • Latin Music USA Latin Music USA is a film about American music. Fusions of Latin sounds with jazz, rock, country, rhythm and blues - music with deeper roots and broader reach than most people realize. It's a fresh take on our musical history, reaching across five decades and across musical genres to portray the rich mix of sounds created by Latinos and embraced by all. Next airing: April 28, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Lawrence Welk's TV Treasures
  • Let's Polka! Next airing: April 1, 2017, 6:30 pm
  • Lidia's Kitchen LIDIA'S KITCHEN is a paean to the importance of mealtime. Over the course of 26 episodes, Daytime Emmy winner Lidia Bastianich conjures simple, seasonal and economical dishes with grace, confidence and love. She teaches viewers to draw on their roots, allow for spontaneity, and cultivate a sense of home in the kitchen. Lidia makes rustic staples, including oatmeal biscuits, apple cider-braised pork shoulder, potato pizza, salmon with mustard sauce, country onion soup, lentil country salad and Grandma Rosa's apple cake. Filled with tips and techniques collected through years in the kitchen and at the family table, Lidia channels her passion for teaching into a fun and trustworthy curriculum of kitchen wisdom. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 11:00 am
  • Live at 9:30 Live at 9:30 is a modern variety show highlighting the diverse talent that passes through the venue Rolling Stone and Billboard magazines have repeatedly honored as "the best live music club" in the USA. Each one-hour episode will be a whirlwind of music discovery, featuring performances by hot, new acts and legendary favorites. Much more than a performance show, the program will also feature documentary segments that will delve into compelling stories about the artists, comedians reflecting on music, and short films commissioned from award-winning documentarians and journalists. Regular contributors include NPR's Bob Boilen, comedian Hannibal Buress, Bravo's Jill Kargman, Henry Rollins and special surprise guests. The production team includes art direction by Wayne White, creator of Pee Wee's Playhouse, and the series being edited at Lorne Michaels' Broadway Video. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 12:00 am
  • Martha Bakes This series enables the home baker to create the finest desserts and goodies in his or her home kitchen. Throughout the series Martha Stewart shares the best tips and techniques, giving viewers the confidence to create delectable baked goods -- from scratch -- in their own kitchens. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 1:30 pm
  • Martha Speaks "Martha Speaks" is an animated series that is designed to enrich the vocabulary of 4- to 7-year-olds. The series is based on the classic books by Susan Meddaugh that have charmed and captivated millions of children. Each episode uses Martha's unique linguistic abilities and the hilarious consequences to engage kids and help build their vocabulary skills. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 2:30 pm
  • Martha Stewart's Cooking School Imagine having Martha Stewart at your side in the kitchen, teaching you how to hold a chef's knife, select the very best ingredients, truss a chicken and much more. In "Martha's Stewart's Cooking School, " you get just that. Next airing: April 23, 2017, 1:30 pm
  • Masterpiece Classic Next airing: March 30, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Mercy Street Based on true stories, MERCY STREET takes viewers beyond the battlefield and into the lives of Americans on the Civil War home front as they face the unprecedented challenges of one of the most turbulent times in our nation's history.
  • Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Mister Rogers talks in a way young children understand, at a pace they can absorb and with a consistency that creates a calm, safe place for preschoolers. Topics with sensitive emotional concerns are always carefully blended with fun and whimsy to match a young child's interests and level of understanding. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 6:00 am
  • MotorWeek MotorWeek, television's longest running automotive series, is in its third decade of reviewing cars, trucks and utilities spanning the needs and dreams of a broad spectrum of buyers. From pure-electric to pure performance, MotorWeek looks at factors mattering most to consumers. But, MotorWeek is more than just a show about new cars. It's also about keeping the car you own running, and keeping pace with the latest automotive lifestyle trends as America continues its love affair with cars. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 12:30 pm
  • Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking takes viewers on a culinary journey with host Pete Evans, Australia's top celebrity chef, and America's most innovative food artisans. Each of the 13 half-hour episodes features a pop-up feast in settings from California's wine country to the bustling skyline of NYC, where Pete and local chefs source the finest ingredients and work against the clock to prepare a multi-course menu for a ravenous group of foodies. Viewers watch as diners sit down to enjoy these spectacular meals hosted in some of the most unlikely places. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 2:00 pm
  • Narcissus: An Ancient Roman Pantomime Next airing: April 7, 2017, 10:30 pm
  • Nature NATURE, television's longest-running weekly natural history series, has won more than 200 honors from the television industry, parent groups, the international wildlife film community and environmental organizations, including the only award ever given to a television program by the Sierra Club. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 8:00 pm
  • Nature Cat NATURE CAT 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." Nature Cat can't wait to get outside for a day of backyard nature excursions and bravery, but there's one problem: He's still a house cat with no instincts for nature. Like many of today's kids, Nature Cat is eager and enthusiastic about outside activities, but is at times intimidated by them. With the help of his animal friends, Nature Cat embarks on action-packed adventures that include exciting missions full of nature investigation, "aha" discovery moments and humor, all while inspiring children to go outside and "play the show." Next airing: March 29, 2017, 8:00 am
  • Nazi Mega Weapons In the quest for world domination, the Nazis built some of the biggest and deadliest pieces of military hardware and malevolent technology in history. With brilliant, dark minds and a legion of captive labor at their disposal, the Nazis believed the path to ultimate victory was to out-build and out-engineer their enemies. To them, bigger definitely meant better, and better meant more lethal. As Hitler's grip on Europe tightened, he ordered men like Wernher von Braun, Ferdinand Porsche and Alfried Krupp to build increasingly outlandish machines and structures to realize his master plan. This is World War II told from a new perspective. This series uncovers the engineering secrets of three iconic mega structures, tells the stories of the evil geniuses that designed them and reveals how these structures sparked a technological revolution that changed warfare forever. Next airing: April 11, 2017, 8:00 pm
  • Nightly Business Report Every weeknight, the Emmy winning NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT delivers the day's essential business and economic news. Each lively half-hour combines trusted, credible and unbiased information and extensive financial market coverage with insightful features, analysis and commentaries by noted economists and business experts. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 6:30 pm
  • Norman Lear: American Masters
  • Nova PBS' premier science series helps viewers of all ages explore the science behind the headlines. Along the way, NOVA programs demystify science and technology and highlight the people involved in scientific pursuits. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Odd Squad ODD SQUAD is a PBS KIDS live-action media property designed to help kids ages 5-8 learn math. The show focuses on two young agents, Olive and Otto, who are part of the Odd Squad, an agency whose mission is to come to the rescue whenever something unusual happens. A math concept is embedded in each of their cases, as Olive and Otto work together to problem-solve and save the day in each episode. ODD SQUAD is created by Tim McKeon (Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Adventure Time, The Electric Company) and Adam Peltzman (The Electric Company, The Backyardigans, Wallykazam!) and produced by Sinking Ship Entertainment and The Fred Rogers Company. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 6:30 am
  • Oklahoma City: American Experience
  • P. Allen Smith's Garden Home Garden design expert P. Allen Smith demystifies the process of designing beautiful gardens and opens up new possibilities for homeowners looking to create their own garden paradise. P. ALLEN SMITH'S GARDEN HOME highlights colorful gardens, easy how-to projects and expert tips that novice and experienced gardeners can apply to their own homes. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 12:00 pm
  • PBS NewsHour The PBS NewsHour continues to provide in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live interviews and discussions of domestic and international issues. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 7:00 pm
  • PBS NewsHour Weekend PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND features a summary of the day's national and international news, using renowned experts to offer analysis. Each weekend broadcast will contain original, in-depth field reporting on topics including education, healthcare, the economy, energy, science and technology, religion, finance and the arts. Hari Sreenivasan anchors. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 5:00 pm
  • POV POV presents an array of groundbreaking and distinctive perspectives on contemporary life as chronicled by some of America' s and Europe's most visionary non-fiction filmmakers. Next airing: April 3, 2017, 10:30 pm
  • Peg + Cat This series is designed to engage preschool children and teach them how to solve math-based problems with Peg, a chatty and tenacious five year-old, her feline pal, Cat, and her smart, handsome, cool friend Ramone. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 11:30 am
  • Polar Bear - Spy on the Ice Polar bears are deemed by many to be the most charismatic and elusive bears of all. Filmed in the Arctic islands of Svalbard, Norway this beautiful programme gets closer than ever before to the world's greatest land predator with the help of Icebergcam, Blizzardcam and Snowballcam. Backed up by Snowcam and Driftcam, these camouflaged cameras reveal the extraordinary curiosity and intelligence of the polar bear. The cameras are just a breath away when two sets of cubs emerge from winter maternity dens. They also capture the moment when the sea-ice breaks away from the island in the spring. As one set of mother and cubs journey across the drifting ice in search of seals, the other is marooned on the island with very little food. How they cope with their different fates is captured in revelatory close-up detail. As the film captures its intimate portrait of polar bears' lives, it reveals how their intelligence and curiosity help them cope in a world of shrinking ice.
  • Pollyanna
  • Produced By George Martin
  • Queen's Garden
  • Quilting Arts Quilting Arts promises a new look for quilting television, with something for everyone who loves quilting. The show combines basic traditional quilt techniques every quilter needs to know with contemporary art designs and techniques. Host Patricia (Pokey) Bolton, invites quilt artists each week into her studio to share their expertise. She opens each show with a short feature relating to the show's theme. Tech savvy quilters will love the weekly digital segments. Also featured on each show is Sue Hausmann in a machine quilting segment. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 7:00 am
  • Race Underground: American Experience
  • Ready Jet Go! READY JET GO! is a 3D animated series for 3-8 year-olds with a focus on astronomy, scientific exploration, innovation and invention, and Earth as it is affected by our solar system. The show is about two neighborhood kids-one with an all-consuming drive for science fact and another with an overwhelming passion for science fiction. They both befriend the new kid on their street, Jet Propulsion, whose family happens to be aliens from Bortron 7. The comedy series teaches kids a variety of Earth science concepts (gravity, tides, moon phases, seasons) as well as an introductory explanation of innovation, astronomy, and our solar system. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 7:30 am
  • Rebecca
  • Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly This series provides in-depth coverage of the top religion and ethics stories of the week as well as religious and ethical perspectives on domestic and foreign events and the arts. Hosted by veteran journalist Bob Abernethy, the series brings viewers breaking news through live and taped reports filed by a team of correspondents in the field and interviews with prominent newsmakers.
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  • Rick Steves' Delicious Europe
  • Rick Steves' Europe RICK STEVES' EUROPE offers a fresh perspective on the best travel advice, including where to stay, what to see and how to get around in Europe. Rick Steves shares his extensive knowledge of European history, art and culture. His years as America's most popular European guidebook author blends with his relaxed but informative style to make this one of public television's most popular series. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 12:00 pm
  • Rick Steves' Europe: Great German Cities
  • Rick Steves' Festive Europe
  • Roadtrip Nation ROADTRIP NATION follows a group of roadtrippers as they traverse the United States and meet fascinating leaders who share stories of following their passions and realizing their dreams. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 5:00 am
  • Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac ROUGH CUT - WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC invites viewers into the world of respected furniture maker Tommy MacDonald, as he travels to historic landmarks to gain design inspiration and then returns to his workshop to demonstrate the steps and techniques needed to create future family heirlooms. In each episode, MacDonald shares his skills and best practices, providing detailed project instructions for anyone interested in learning the basics of the craft. For the more experienced enthusiast, Tommy also showcases his more complex projects with advanced tips and techniques. Each half-hour includes three segments: "Basic Woodworking Techniques," "Weekend Projects" and "The Field Trip." Next airing: April 1, 2017, 10:00 am
  • Roy Orbison: Black & White Night 30
  • Sara's Weeknight Meals Renowned chef, television personality, magazine editor and cookbook author Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style back to public television in her new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Based on her book, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Sara and her celebrity-chef friends share their ideas for flavorful, healthy meals with minimal fuss. Twenty fast-paced and engaging episodes feature quick, delicious and routine-breaking entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." Next airing: April 2, 2017, 2:30 pm
  • Second Opinion Fast-paced and provocative, SECOND OPINION focuses on health literacy in an engaging, entertaining and accessible way. The long-running series engages a panel of medical professionals and lay people in honest, in-depth discussions about complex health issues and life-changing medical decisions. Host Dr. Peter Salgo, who maintains a full-time practice at Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, presents intriguing, real-life medical cases to professionals representing a variety of specialties. As the experts grapple with the diagnosis and treatment options, viewers gain an understanding of doctors' decision-making process. This season, topics include: psoriasis, chronic pain management, medical radiation, pituitary gland tumor, living with Alzheimer's, pneumonia, autism and more. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 6:00 pm
  • Secrets of Chatsworth
  • Secrets of Underground London
  • Secrets of Westminster
  • Secrets of the Dead Part detective story, part true-life drama, SECRETS OF THE DEAD unearths evidence from around the world, challenging prevailing ideas and throwing fresh light on unexplained events. Using the most up-to-date science in the laboratory and in the field, scientists and researchers examine the missing pieces of each puzzle, completing the picture of what had been merely an assemblage of suppositions. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 10:00 pm
  • Secrets of the Tower of London
  • Sewing with Nancy SEWING WITH NANCY, TV's longest- running sewing program, continues the tradition of bringing the best in contemporary sewing, quilting and home decorating ideas to public television viewers. Join Nancy Zieman and her guests as they share their love of the sewing arts by exploring the latest ideas in one of the country's most popular crafts. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 8:00 am
  • Simply Ming The Emmy-nominated public television series SIMPLY MING is back featuring 26 fresh new episodes. This year, Ming and his guest chefs will be "Cooking on the Fly" finding inspiration from his East-West pantry and surprise ingredients that range from exotic fruits and vegetables to meats and fish. In each studio episode, Ming kicks off the show by highlighting techniques to help you "Cook on the Fly" at home. From filleting a fish to sharing the technique for cooking veggies kids will love, Ming and his guests use their culinary tricks to bring you a season of delicious new recipes. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 2:00 pm
  • Sky Island
  • Soundstage SOUNDSTAGE continues showcasing new performances with some of today's most brilliant and passionate artists.
  • Spillover - Zika, Ebola & Beyond
  • Splash and Bubbles Splash and Bubbles is an animated preschool comedy inspiring kids to connect with and care about the ocean. Splash, Bubbles, and their Reeftown friends share amazing adventures, meet new creatures, and explore the diversity and wonder of life in the ocean. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 10:00 am
  • Spy in the Wild, A Nature Miniseries More than 30 animatronic "spy cameras" disguised as animals secretly record animal behavior in the wild. These Spy Creatures reveal that animals show emotions and behavior similar to humans-a capacity to love, grieve, deceive, cooperate and invent.
  • Super Why! This series focuses on the adventures of four fairytale friends who transform into reading-powered superheroes: Alpha Pig with Alphabet Power, Wonder Red with Word Power, Princess Presto with Spelling Power, Super Why with the Power to Read and Super YOU with the Power to Help. Together, they are the "Super Readers!" The Super Readers jump into books (literally) to find answers to everyday preschool challenges and embark on exciting adventures, where they play interactive reading games to overcome obstacles and save the day. In every episode, young viewers dive directly into a pop-up story to experience a brightly-illustrated children's tale brought to magical life. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 12:00 pm
  • Tales from the Royal Bedchamber
  • Tales from the Royal Wardrobe
  • Tavis Smiley Tavis Smiley, the first African American to have his own signature talk show on NPR, hosts a new late-night television talk show - a hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and real people. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 12:30 am
  • The Last Days of Jesus The final week of Jesus's life -- known as Holy Week -- stands at the very center of Christianity. The Bible paints a picture of Jesus as a local preacher who ran up against the Roman rulers in Jerusalem and paid for it with his life. But new evidence offers a very different image of Jesus, as an astute leader with ties to the most powerful people in Rome. Next airing: April 4, 2017, 8:00 pm
  • The Lawrence Welk Show Next airing: April 1, 2017, 7:00 pm
  • The Mind of A Chef From ramen to rotting bananas, from Copenhagen to Kentucky, from pork buns to golf clubs IN THE MIND OF A CHEF is a rethinking of a "travel/cooking show" -- it feeds the gut and the mind. It is a series that dares to make connections between food and nature, science, music, art, sports, history, and pretty much anything else a renowned chef can stir up. It is an experience that unlocks the potential of food, travel and the mind. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 2:30 pm
  • The Newport Effect: Newport Folk Festival
  • Thomas & Friends Set on the imaginary island of Sodor, the series follows the adventures of Thomas, a cheeky little Tank Engine, and his friends, Edward, James, Gordon, Percy, Henry and Toby, plus Emily, the first female steam engine -- all under the watchful eye of Sir Topham Hatt, the manager of the Sodor Railway. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 12:30 pm
  • To Catch A Comet
  • Vicious This comedic series tells the story of aging partners Freddie (Ian McKellen) and Stuart (Derek Jacobi), two men who have lived together in their Covent Garden flat for nearly 50 years. Freddie was a budding actor and Stuart worked in a bar when they first met, but their careers are pretty much over and their lives now consist of entertaining their frequent guests, making sure that their aged dog Balthazar is still breathing, and hurling caustic insults at each other.
  • Victoria On Masterpiece Follow Victoria's (Jenna Coleman) dramatic story, from the time she becomes queen in 1837 at age 18 through her relationship with Lord Melbourne (Rufus Sewell), her first prime minister, and her courtship and marriage to Prince Albert (Tom Hughes).
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  • Wild Kratts "Wild Kratts" joins the adventures of Chris and Martin Kratt as they encounter incredible wild animals, combining science education with fun and adventure as the duo travels to animal habitats around the globe. Each adventure explores an age-appropriate science concept central to an animal's life and showcases a never-before-seen wildlife moment, all wrapped up in engaging stories of adventure, mystery, rescue, and the Kratt brothers' brand of laugh-out-loud-comedy that kids love. Real-life Chris and Martin introduce each "Wild Kratts" episode with a live action segment that imagines what it would be like to experience a never-before-seen wildlife moment, and asks, "What if...?" The Kratt brothers transition into animation and the adventure begins, bringing early-elementary school children into the secret lives of extraordinary creatures, many of which have never been animated before -- including Tiger quolls, Draco lizards, and Caracals! Next airing: March 29, 2017, 7:00 am
  • Wolf Hall On Masterpiece Immerse yourself in the iconic PBS drama series renowned for its captivating literature-based drama, riveting mysteries and groundbreaking contemporary works. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 10:00 pm
  • Woodsmith Shop The pages of Woodsmith magazine come to life in this unique concept for public television. Each of the thirteen, half-hour episodes is built around a theme and teaches the skills and safe tool techniques necessary to build a variety of woodworking projects in a home shop. On each program, host Don Peschke, founding editor of Woodsmith, leads a cast of editors and project designers as they explore a wide range of tips, tools, jigs and fixtures, and techniques. Segments on most programs include "The Basics," "Techniques," "Three Things to Consider," "Tool Tune-Up," "Shop Tips," "Oops! When Things Go Wrong," and "Woodworkers' Roundtable." Produced by Iowa Public Television in high-definition and shot on a special set built just for this program, most episodes include detailed animations that show exactly how machines work and wood joints are assembled. Whether viewers are just starting out or have been woodworking for years, they'll find something new in every episode to apply to their next project. In addition, a companion website (www.WoodsmithShop.com) offers a handy place to find additional resources and download free technique articles and plans for projects shown in the series. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 3:30 pm
  • WordGirl "WordGirl "follows the adventures of mild-mannered fifth grader, Becky Bostford, who becomes WordGirl armed with a cape, vocabulary words and lots of definitions. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 6:00 am
  • Workplace Essential Skills (Als) Produced by KET/The Kentucky Network, this exciting new video series helps those who are unemployed and under-employed develop essential skills for finding and keeping a job. An outstanding resource, Workplace Essential Skills teaches pre-GED adults (sixth to eighth grade reading level) how to use basic skills in the workplace. You may begin using the series when it premieres this fall. The skills content of each program is demonstrated through scenarios drawn from four workplace contexts: construction, manufacturing, health care, and retail/service. Episodes 101-105 identify job search strategies, episodes 106-108 introduce strategies for new hires; and episodes 109-124 develop basic skills in reading, writing, math, problem solving, and communication in the workplace. The last program is a half-hour student orientation.
  • World Dancesport GrandSlam Series The six-part 2015 WORLD DANCESPORT GRANDSLAM SERIES attracts the world's best dancers to compete for the most prestigious titles and the most prize money in the world of dance. This six episode series will cover both the Latin and Standard competitions of the last two regular legs of the series - held in Stuttgart, Germany, and Moscow, Russia respectively - plus the GrandSlam Finals in Shanghai in December. The first four episodes will focus on the decisive semi-finals and finals in both Latin and Standard with an up-close-and-personal look at the contestants. The GrandSlam competition uses a revolutionary judging system where the judges no longer compare one couple with the others on the dance floor. Rather, they focus on each couple individually and award points on an absolute scale for the quality of dancing. Combining athleticism and artistry, the 12 best dance couples perform Latin and Standard styles of dance, from the samba, cha cha cha, rumba and paso doble to the waltz, tango, slow foxtrot and quickstep-all in the hopes of being crowned GrandSlam Champion.
  • Wuthering Heights
  • 10 Buildings That Changed America
  • 10 Homes That Changed America
  • 10 Parks That Changed America
  • 10 Towns That Changed America
  • 70s Soul Superstars (My Music)

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  • Arthur ARTHUR is based on the best-selling children's books by Marc Brown. The series revolves around an eight year-old aardvark, his four year-old sister DW, and their family and friends. ARTHUR is a show about being a kid, exploring the world, and finding your place in it. It's about kids finding inner strengths, learning to make choices for themselves, taking responsibility for them and of course, having fun. In each episode, Arthur and his gang guide us through stories that deal with real "kid issues" -- timeless difficulties and joys that all kids experience. The series also models the joys and rewards of literacy by presenting the many ways kids and adults incorporate reading and writing into their lives. Above all, ARTHUR is a comedy that tells its stories from a kids' point of view, never moralizing or talking down to them. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 5:00 am
  • Caillou Growing up is not so tough - especially with a friend like Caillou (pronounced KY-YOO), a lovable four-year-old who has a unique way of relating to the world. Based on a series of best-selling Canadian children's books, CAILLOU demonstrates how the first experiences of life, from going to the park to understanding one's own family, can be perceived with wonder and a sense of discovery. Blending animation and live-action segments with humor, kid logic and imagination, Caillou helps preschoolers make sense of the world. The stories address real problems and conflicts typical to a young child's development. Through it all, Caillou remains an irresistible little boy in a very big world, with whom every young child and parent can identify. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 12:00 pm
  • Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Coming to television for the first time ever in an animated series, the Cat in the Hat whisks pre-schoolers off on a voyage of scientific discovery. "The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!" features six-year-olds Sally & Nick, best friends and next door neighbors, who are transported on magical journeys to all corners of the globe where the natural world becomes their playground. With the Cat as their guide, his two energetic helpers, the zany duo, Thing One and Thing Two and the enigmatic Fish along for the ride, every outing becomes an unpredictable adventure. In each episode, Sally and Nick head off with the Cat in his one-of-a-kind custom vehicle, the Thinga-ma-jigger, a quintessentially Seussian contraption that instantly transforms from plane to boat to submarine with just a flick of the jigger-ma-whizzer or a honk of the shrinkamadoodle. They go everywhere from the ocean bottom, to a rainforest, or to the centre of a beehive. The Cat in the Hat "knows a lot" but he doesn't know everything making him the perfect guide for learning and fun. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 9:30 am
  • Clifford The Big Red Dog Based on the popular Scholastic book series by Norman Bridwell about the lovable oversized canine with his head in the clouds but four paws planted firmly on the ground, Clifford presents a larger-than-life view of the world. With his loving human, Emily Elizabeth, and dog pals, Cleo and T-Bone, Clifford inhabits a colorful island community, inviting viewers on a fun-filled journey through childhood, navigating the dips and curves along the way. CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG emphasizes good citizenship and the importance of community. Each episode concludes with a component of Clifford's Big Ideas - 10 different attributes children learn to embrace - which leaves them with something to think about and practice in their lives. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 10:30 am
  • Clifford's Puppy Days Clifford's Puppy Days takes a giant Red Dog step back in time to where Clifford was a mere puppy, living in the city with Emily Elizabeth. Meet Clifford's puppy friends and share the adventures of Clifford's Puppy Days. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 10:30 am
  • Cyberchase Math rules in the animated adventure series CYBERCHASE. CYBERCHASE energizes kids ages eight to eleven with math power. Full of cyber-mysteries with eye-popping animation and a sly comic flair, the daily series features the voices of Christopher Lloyd and Gilbert Gottfried. CYBERCHASE sends the message that math is fun - it's about problem solving and, boy, does it come in handy. When the dastardly villain Hacker (Lloyd) launches a mad mission to conquer the virtual universe, Motherboard calls upon three earth kids for help. They are Jackie, Matt and Inez - the culturally diverse heroes of CYBERCHASE - who, along with the wise-cracking cyber-bird Digit (Gottfried), travel from their real-world realm to the colorful virtual vistas of cyberspace, where they vanquish the bad guys in an all-out battle of wits. Each episode takes the kids on a thrilling adventure driven by a different math concept - from tackling time in ancient Egyptian tombs to cracking codes in creepy caves or making sense of numbers in a fractured fairy tale world. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 6:30 am
  • Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood" is an animated series with live-action interstitials. Fred Rogers' original Neighborhood of Make Believe is recreated in vibrant color and texture; his signature puppet Daniel Striped Tiger is transformed into a curious and playful 4-year-old joined by his friends O the Owl, Prince Wednesday, Katerina Kittycat and Miss Elaina. The series curriculum is school-readiness and social-emotional learning, and each preschool themed episode offers a musical strategy for children and parents to use together. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 4:30 pm
  • Dinosaur Train "Dinosaur Train" is an animated series for 3-to-6 year olds. The series features a curious young T-rex named Buddy who, together with his adopted Pteranodon family, takes the Dinosaur Train to meet, explore, and have adventures with all kinds of dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 3:30 pm
  • Dinosaur Train: What's at the Center of the Earth?
  • Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman Part game show, part reality series, part spoof, FETCH! explores the untapped potential of the hugely popular reality television genre and proves it can be a great venue for kids to learn problem-solving skills and teamwork, while at the same time exposing them to different cultures and experiences. Featuring an animated dog, Ruff Ruffman, and a group of real kids, this series will offer young viewers some perspective on competition by reinforcing the age old adage "it's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game! " Next airing: March 29, 2017, 6:00 am
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  • Nature Cat NATURE CAT 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." Nature Cat can't wait to get outside for a day of backyard nature excursions and bravery, but there's one problem: He's still a house cat with no instincts for nature. Like many of today's kids, Nature Cat is eager and enthusiastic about outside activities, but is at times intimidated by them. With the help of his animal friends, Nature Cat embarks on action-packed adventures that include exciting missions full of nature investigation, "aha" discovery moments and humor, all while inspiring children to go outside and "play the show." Next airing: March 29, 2017, 6:00 pm
  • Odd Squad ODD SQUAD is a PBS KIDS live-action media property designed to help kids ages 5-8 learn math. The show focuses on two young agents, Olive and Otto, who are part of the Odd Squad, an agency whose mission is to come to the rescue whenever something unusual happens. A math concept is embedded in each of their cases, as Olive and Otto work together to problem-solve and save the day in each episode. ODD SQUAD is created by Tim McKeon (Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Adventure Time, The Electric Company) and Adam Peltzman (The Electric Company, The Backyardigans, Wallykazam!) and produced by Sinking Ship Entertainment and The Fred Rogers Company. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 4:00 am
  • Odd Squad: The Movie Next airing: April 21, 2017, 7:00 pm
  • Peg + Cat This series is designed to engage preschool children and teach them how to solve math-based problems with Peg, a chatty and tenacious five year-old, her feline pal, Cat, and her smart, handsome, cool friend Ramone. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 9:00 am
  • Ready Jet Go! READY JET GO! is a 3D animated series for 3-8 year-olds with a focus on astronomy, scientific exploration, innovation and invention, and Earth as it is affected by our solar system. The show is about two neighborhood kids-one with an all-consuming drive for science fact and another with an overwhelming passion for science fiction. They both befriend the new kid on their street, Jet Propulsion, whose family happens to be aliens from Bortron 7. The comedy series teaches kids a variety of Earth science concepts (gravity, tides, moon phases, seasons) as well as an introductory explanation of innovation, astronomy, and our solar system. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 6:30 pm
  • Splash and Bubbles Splash and Bubbles is an animated preschool comedy inspiring kids to connect with and care about the ocean. Splash, Bubbles, and their Reeftown friends share amazing adventures, meet new creatures, and explore the diversity and wonder of life in the ocean. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 5:30 pm
  • Super Why! This series focuses on the adventures of four fairytale friends who transform into reading-powered superheroes: Alpha Pig with Alphabet Power, Wonder Red with Word Power, Princess Presto with Spelling Power, Super Why with the Power to Read and Super YOU with the Power to Help. Together, they are the "Super Readers!" The Super Readers jump into books (literally) to find answers to everyday preschool challenges and embark on exciting adventures, where they play interactive reading games to overcome obstacles and save the day. In every episode, young viewers dive directly into a pop-up story to experience a brightly-illustrated children's tale brought to magical life. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 10:00 am
  • Thomas & Friends Set on the imaginary island of Sodor, the series follows the adventures of Thomas, a cheeky little Tank Engine, and his friends, Edward, James, Gordon, Percy, Henry and Toby, plus Emily, the first female steam engine -- all under the watchful eye of Sir Topham Hatt, the manager of the Sodor Railway. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 11:00 am
  • Wild Kratts "Wild Kratts" joins the adventures of Chris and Martin Kratt as they encounter incredible wild animals, combining science education with fun and adventure as the duo travels to animal habitats around the globe. Each adventure explores an age-appropriate science concept central to an animal's life and showcases a never-before-seen wildlife moment, all wrapped up in engaging stories of adventure, mystery, rescue, and the Kratt brothers' brand of laugh-out-loud-comedy that kids love. Real-life Chris and Martin introduce each "Wild Kratts" episode with a live action segment that imagines what it would be like to experience a never-before-seen wildlife moment, and asks, "What if...?" The Kratt brothers transition into animation and the adventure begins, bringing early-elementary school children into the secret lives of extraordinary creatures, many of which have never been animated before -- including Tiger quolls, Draco lizards, and Caracals! Next airing: March 29, 2017, 3:30 am
  • Wild Kratts: Back In Creature Time Next airing: April 28, 2017, 7:00 pm
  • WordGirl "WordGirl "follows the adventures of mild-mannered fifth grader, Becky Bostford, who becomes WordGirl armed with a cape, vocabulary words and lots of definitions. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 7:30 am

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  • America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated AMERICA'S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK'S ILLUSTRATED uses a common-sense, practical approach to solve everyday cooking problems and save viewers time and money. Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison lead a team of dedicated test kitchen cooks to reveal the basics of foolproof home cooking while preparing dozens of exhaustively tested recipes. The series also features the popular segments viewers know and love. In "The Tasting Lab," expert Jack Bishop puts supermarket staples to the test before revealing the series' top food recommendations. Then, equipment tester Adam Ried takes viewers through an exhaustive and unbiased search for the best kitchen items in "Equipment Corner." Meanwhile, in "Gadgets Galore," Lisa McManus reviews her favorite gadgets and reveals which ones are worth the cost-or not. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 8:30 pm
  • American Woodshop Host Scott Phillips, an American woodworking master, shares time-honored tips and new techniques in the construction of projects you can do at home. From an Annie Oakley Dry Sink to a Chippendale High Boy, Scott guides you through the process of building tables, chairs, benches, medicine cabinets, cupboards, plant and candle stands, serving spoons, salad bowls and a storage chest . A master woodworker with a personable style thorough knowledge of his craft, Phillips's reverence for the intricacies of wood and its possibilities has helped make AMERICAN WOODSHOP a favorite among ptv audiences. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 10:30 am
  • Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook In this inspiring new lifestyle series from New Zealand, celebrity cook, food writer and author Annabel Langbein invites viewers to her idyllic lakeside cabin on the scenic shores of Lake Wanaka, where she creates simple, healthy and delicious meals for family and friends. The self-taught cook, with more than 20 years of experience working in professional kitchens, stays true to her philosophy that quality, natural ingredients need little in the way of fussy preparation. In each episode, Annabel ventures out in her trusty yellow truck to gather ingredients from local food producers and from her own vegetable garden and orchard. She then combines this seasonal produce with affordable, everyday food items drawn from her global pantry of flavors and her signature "Fridge Fixings" to create bang-bang chicken, corn and Israeli couscous salad and other internationally inspired recipes. Her down-to-earth and free-spirited approach, no-fail recipes and clever kitchen tips and tricks have earned her a passionate worldwide following. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 8:30 am
  • Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge In ART WOLFE'S TRAVELS TO THE EDGE, internationally acclaimed photographer Art Wolfe continues his work as an artist, teacher, advocate and guide by inviting viewers to experience remote, awe-inspiring locations across the planet. Over the course of his 30-year career, Wolfe's stunning pictures have interpreted and recorded the world's fast-disappearing wildlife, landscapes and native cultures. During the series, Wolfe's curiosity, hope and enthusiasm serve him well as he explores spectacular glaciers, stunning deserts, colorful rainforests, remote mountain peaks, important tribal gatherings and untouched habitats. High Definition images reveal the beauty and wonder of locations including Patagonia, Peru, Bolivia, Alaska, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Madagascar, Nepal, India and South Georgia Island.
  • Ask This Old House Host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and guest experts make personal HOUSE calls, guiding viewers through home improvement techniques. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 10:00 am
  • Bake Decorate Celebrate! On Bake Decorate Celebrate! every day is a celebration. The series combines elements of cooking, lifestyle, and how-to, creating an exciting new program guaranteed to appeal to a broad range of viewers. Hosts Nancy Siler and Melanie lasscock welcome viewers into the Bake Decorate Celebrate! kitchen.
  • Baking with Julia Hosted by the late culinary grande dame Julia Child, this series showcases the country's outstanding pastry chefs, bakers, teachers and cookbook authors offering indispensable techniques, time-honored tips and meticulously tested recipes that make home baking successful and satisfying. The featured bakers demonstrate recipes for the extraordinary variety of breads now popular across the country and for some of the greatest examples of America's favorite menu course -- dessert.
  • Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen Grilling is the world's oldest and one of the healthiest cooking methods. It also is the perfect way to cook for today's healthy lifestyle, being naturally high in flavor, low in fat and short on preparation time. BARBECUE UNIVERSITY offers viewers a complete crash course on the how-to's of barbecuing and grilling. THE BBQU "campus" is the historic Greenbrier resort and the "classroom" features a state-of-the-art collection of grills and smokers. BARBECUE UNIVERSITY host Steven Raichlen has become the world's foremost authority on barbecue. His multi-award-winning Barbecue Bible cookbook series has sold more than 1.4 million copies.
  • Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi Join Emmy Award-winning travel host and producer Mickela Mallozzi on her adventures as she experiences the world, one dance at a time! From re-discovering her family's roots in Southern Italy to exploring the diverse regions of Central Asia in the hills of Turkey, Mickela's travels explore the traditional side of every culture while connecting with the local community through celebration and artistic expression. Next airing: April 11, 2017, 9:00 am
  • Bbq with Franklin Pitmaster Aaron Franklin takes a boisterous BBQ culture road trip - featuring the people, the places and, of course, the food. The series celebrates the traditions and storied histories passed down through the generations, as well as those breathing new life into this distinctly American culture. Tour guide Franklin, owner and chief firestarter at Franklin BBQ in Austin, is widely regarded as one of the most influential pitmasters in the United States. The series takes viewers into Franklin's world, visiting BBQ joints, trying new recipes, answering questions and shoveling coals at his BBQ pits. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 7:00 am
  • Beauty of Oil Painting with Gary and Kathwren Jenkins In THE BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING, husband-and-wife artists Gary and Kathwren Jenkins introduce viewers to the art of oil painting from their studio and gallery in Reno, Nevada. Gary and Kathwren's shared passion for teaching is evident as the couple calmly and confidently guide viewers step-by-step through the creation of a new painting. With palette in hand and clean canvas before them, the Jenkins use brilliant color, specific brush strokes and the wet-on-wet method to paint their trademark florals and portraits of creatures great and small.
  • Best of Simply Painting: Across Europe Frank Clarke makes learning to paint with watercolors fun and easy in THE BEST OF SIMPLY PAINTING ACROSS EUROPE. Twenty-six episodes, culled from public television's Simply Painting Around the World, spotlight some of the most beautiful and enchanting places to paint in Ireland, Wales, Scotland and France. Clarke, one of Ireland's most sought-after and prolific painters, is a charming tutor who offers a blend of encouragement and practical instruction in each episode.
  • Best of the Joy of Painting The late Bob Ross delights and encourages the painting hobbyist. The soft-spoken Ross paints natural scenes, including his trademark "happy" clouds, mountains and trees, while soothingly offering words of encouragement to those painting at home. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 6:30 am
  • Bringing It Home with Laura McIntosh It's fresh! Fresh recipe ideas from today's most innovative chefs, combined with farm-fresh food. Both come straight out of the field, right to your home. The key is the series' celebrated host, Laura McIntosh. "You've heard of MTV's 'Behind the Music'?," says Laura. "I see our show as 'Behind the Food.'" Laura travels throughout the United States and beyond. She takes viewers out to the farms that produce the most abundant and delicious crops. Then she brings them together with culinary wizards that turn this bountiful harvest into fresh, healthy, gourmet meals the whole family will enjoy. The program features recipes and ideas you can bring home. " You don't have to spend a day hunting down specialty food stores to find exotic ingredients," says Laura. "Our recipes are as practical as they are delicious, designed to enhance the food's natural flavors. We keep it simple so the dishes are fun and easy to prepare." Next airing: April 8, 2017, 7:00 am
  • Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions Burt Wolf, an internationally syndicated television journalist and prolific public television host, provides an overview of the area and its history, then introduces the people, architecture, art, culture, food and tourist attractions of some of the world's most interesting locations. His relaxed, personable and irreverent style makes the episodes both informative and entertaining. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 1:30 am
  • Chef John Besh's Family Table On the heels of his successful foray on public television, award-winning chef, restaurateur and father of four John Besh launches a new series championing home cooking. By planning ahead and thinking smart, Besh believes families can put delicious food on their own tables every single day. Shot entirely on location at chef Besh's home outside his native New Orleans, CHEF JOHN BESH'S FAMILY TABLE features recipes from his latest award-winning cookbook, My Family Table. Each dish celebrates South Louisiana's culinary riches - its ingredients, techniques and heritage. Recipes include: Grandmother's fried chicken and potato salad, ginger-poached trout, seafood gumbo, pork shoulder and sausage jambalaya, Sloppy Joe sliders, crabmeat eggplant dressing, grilled tomato and avocado salad, fried catfish and coleslaw, creamy heirloom tomato soup, angel biscuits, pork grillades, creamy cauliflower soup, jalapeno cheese grits, whole-roast salt-baked striped bass, lemon ice box pie, banana flambe, and rice pudding creme brulee. Next airing: April 22, 2017, 7:00 am
  • Chef's Life A Chef's Life is a new food/reality series featuring Chef Vivian Howard. Vivian was making a name for herself in New York City, when her father, a hog farmer, offered to get her started in her own restaurant. The catch? It would be located in her home town, a place she swore she would never return --- the Deep South. The series plunges audiences into the kitchen of the restaurant Chef and The Farmer, a highbrow restaurant located in Kinston, NC, one of the most impoverished communities in the U.S. When Vivian arrives home, she begs local farmers to grow fennel, lemongrass and Jerusalem artichokes --- none of which are native to the region. Soon, she realizes that the cooking techniques she learned in New York could be applied to her "grandmother's ingredients," the bounty grown by local farmers. Vivian's recipes are exquisitely assembled to bring out the best in the locally grown fresh ingredients. This is real "southern cooking," anyone can implement into their own lives. Six years in, Vivian has become a pillar in this small community, with the restaurant winning accolades across the country. As the series opens, she and her husband Ben are juggling the business and raising twins, when a devastating kitchen fire destroys the restaurant overnight. What happens next is a true testament to Southern grit. Next airing: April 5, 2017, 7:00 pm
  • Christina Christina Pirello, host of the Emmy-winning Christina Cooks, brings a fresh new series to public television about eating right and feeling great. The 26-part series CHRISTINA captures the experience of attending a live cooking event with the internationally acclaimed authority on natural and whole foods. Each episode begins at one of Christina's cooking classes, where the vivacious chef delivers powerful messages about the impact of food choices on overall health and well-being. This season's topics focus on choosing the right foods to help fight and prevent heart disease, age gracefully, manage stress and improve body functions. Then, she prepares a delicious vegan meal while interacting with the studio audience. Recipes include: veggie pot pie, Philly "cheesesteak," apple and berry-scented quinoa, scrambled tofu and Chinese-style noodles with peanut sauce.
  • Ciao Italia Mary Ann Esposito, host of the longest-running cooking show on public television, travels around the United States and Rome, Italy in search of recipes that can be prepared in thirty-minutes or less for a busy audience that has time to enjoy great Italian food but doesn' t always have time to prepare it "the old way." Next airing: March 29, 2017, 7:30 am
  • Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown.
  • Cooking with Nick Stellino Chef and cookbook author Nick Stellino celebrates his 18th year on public television with a brand-new lifestyle series, COOKING WITH NICK STELLINO. Each episode opens with Nick visiting some of his favorite grocers, butchers, cheesemakers and fishmongers. While on location, he happily shares his tips and tricks for selecting the ideal ingredients and the best culinary tools for the everyday cook. After each shopping trip, Nick returns to his sparkling new set, modeled after his own home kitchen. With the home cook in mind, he prepares elegant yet easily recreated recipes - from savory soups to authentic pasta and rice dishes to delectable desserts - in step-by-step fashion. With his signature charm, warmth and humor, he also shares easy plating techniques and other professional tips to help viewers turn their homes into their favorite restaurant. Next airing: April 22, 2017, 6:30 am
  • Craftsman's Legacy In A CRAFTSMAN'S LEGACY, host Eric Gorges goes on a quest to discover the true craftsmen in today's world. Traveling across the country, Gorges interviews the men and women responsible for carrying the tools, trades and traditions of fine craftsmanship into the 21st century. From a glass blower to a guitar maker, a weaver to a potter, every episode explains the history of a traditional craft and the importance of that craft in the United States today. Other tradespeople include: a woodworker, a snowshoe maker, a knife-maker, a boat-maker, a saddle-maker, a stone carver and a blacksmith. Gorges, a welder by trade, meets and interviews master craftsmen, and learns why they chose their craft, where they learned their skills, how they live using their talents, and the challenges and importance of keeping that tradition alive in a modern-day world. He then takes on the role of apprentice on a project under the guidance of the master craftsman. In these inspiring segments, Gorges proves that, with the right tools and careful direction, a person with no experience can learn the basic skills of a craft to create something of lasting value. As owner of Voodoo Choppers, Gorges creates custom motorcycles and stylish works of art for high-end restaurants and luxury homes. His one-of-a-kind choppers have been featured on The Discovery Channel. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 11:30 am
  • Curious Traveler CURIOUS TRAVELER takes viewers on an enriching and entertaining "field trip for grown-ups" to some of the most intriguing European and North American cities in the world. Daytime Emmy- and Telly-winning travel, arts and entertainment journalist Christine Van Blokland brings her passion and genuine curiosity for the arts, quirky characters, storytelling, and lifelong learning to this new series. In each location, Christine explores the hidden histories in their art, architecture, museums, monuments, houses of worship and city parks. Each episode begins with Christine's list of "Curious Questions": Is the Mona Lisa really a prostitute? Is the Eiffel Tower really Egyptian? Why are there acorns all through Grand Central Terminal? Christine's previous television credits include: Let's Go!, Georgia Traveler, Let's Go! Georgiaand Better Destinations. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 9:00 am
  • DayTripper It's no secret that Texas is big. Alright, more than big. Texas is HUGE!! And exploring Texas ain't no small vacation, it's a lifetime endeavor. But what if you only have one day? Well that's where we come in. From the well-known landmarks to the completely obscure dives and hideaways - and all within a day's reach. The Daytripper is a multi Emmy-award winning travel program aimed at inspiring folks to get out and explore the Lone Star State and to show folks that beauty and adventure is closer than they imagined. Whether the destinations are truly a day trip away or further, The Daytripper is sure to entertain with Chet Garner's historical reenactments, costumes, and almost bottomless stomach as he travels Texas and sees the history, outdoors, and food that every town (big or small) has to offer. Next airing: April 11, 2017, 1:30 am
  • Delicious Tv's Vegan Mashup Delicious TV's new spin off series, Vegan Mashup, is an entertaining and informative cooking show. Our hosts, cookbook authors Terry Hope Romero, Toni Fiore, and Miyoko Schinner share some of their favorite recipes on season one, bringing along some exciting celebrity guest chefs to mix it up. Vegan Mashup brings fresh taste to some beloved, traditional dishes, and shows how easy it is to transition delicious plant-based meals into any home cook's culinary repertoire. Whether you're looking to incorporate healthier recipes into your week or considering the switch to a plant-based diet, Vegan Mashup will have you jumping off the couch and heading to the nearest market to stock up on everything you need to get started.
  • Dining with the Chef DINING WITH THE CHEF introduces Americans to the techniques, ingredients and harmony of Japanese cuisine. Hosted by Yu Hayami who cooks alongside master chef Tatsuo Saito, and co-host Patrick Harlan who cooks with chef Rika Yukimasa, with occasional appearances by other guest chefs, the series presents delicious Japanese dishes that can be made at home. Chef Tatsuo Saito, a prominent master of Japanese culinary arts, has served as head chef at the Japanese embassies in Paris and Washington and was an instructor in Japanese cuisine at a Swiss hotel school. He has also prepared tastings for the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C. In Tokyo he operates a cooking school and is a prolific author, often appearing on television, in magazines and on the lecture circuit. In DINING WITH THE CHEF, Chef Saito takes us to the heart of Japanese cuisine by demonstrating culinary techniques, explaining ingredients, and showing how to arrange food to bring out its distinctive characteristics. Host Yu Hayami is an international singer and actress who was born in Japan and raised in Guam and Hawaii. Aside from her career and being a mother of two, she is also involved in charity work. Yu is a lover of good food, as well as a fine wine enthusiast. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 8:00 am
  • Dream of Italy With its mesmerizing landscapes, rich artistic treasures, deep ties to the past and warm people, it is no wonder that Americans Dream of Italy more than any other destination in the world. Join Italian travel expert Kathy McCabe, editor of the award-winning travel newsletter Dream of Italy, as she explores six diverse areas of Italy in six episodes. Meet Italy's colorful locals - chefs, artisans, historians - who are deeply connected to their land, carrying on and preserving the traditions of their ancestors. Dream of Italy is directed by Dakkan Abbe who created the public television series, Inside the Tuscan Hills. Next airing: April 2, 2017, 9:00 am
  • Ellie's Real Good Food Hosted by chef, nutritionist, and New York Times best-selling author Ellie Krieger, ELLIE'S REAL GOOD FOOD is designed to help real people get the most out of life by cooking in the "sweet spot," the convergence where delicious and healthy meet. The 13-part cooking series offers solutions for every meal of the week, with healthy, time-saving strategies for menu planning, food shopping and cooking. Viewers see these strategies in action as Ellie and her team visit individuals and families to solve specific food challenges - whether at home or in the workplace - and offering delicious recipes and practical tips along the way. Ellie also discusses the concept of volumetrics, the method of incorporating low calorie, high volume ingredients into recipes to make them more filling. Ellie is a James Beard cookbook award winner and a contributing editor and columnist with both Fine Cooking and the Food Network magazines. She has appeared as a guest expert on dozens of national television programs, including The Today Show, Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, CNN, ABC News Now and Dr. Oz, as well as hosted The Food Network's hit series "Healthy Appetite." Next airing: March 31, 2017, 7:30 am
  • Equitrekking As the first travel television series to discover spectacular destinations on horseback, EQUITREKKING provides adventure-hungry viewers with a fresh way to see the world. Whether it's saddling up at a working cattle ranch in Colorado, watching the intricate dance of the enchanting Andalusian horses in Spain or riding through Vermont's country roads on the backs of Icelandic horse traveling by horse affords riders a whole new perspective. In each episode, host Darley Newman brings a lifelong passion for horses with her as she ventures to off-the-beaten path ranches, resorts and farms around the world in search of the best in equestrian travel. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 5:00 am
  • Essential Pepin ESSENTIAL PEPIN is the culmination of chef Jacques Pepin's 60+ years of experience in the kitchen. In this new series, Jacques welcomes his daughter Claudine, granddaughter Shorey and lifelong friends and colleagues to cook with him. In each ingredient-driven episode, the 75-year-old culinary legend provides step-by-step instruction for creating a mouth-watering dish and demonstrates his impeccable technique, from chopping an onion or peeling a softly boiled egg to breaking down a leg of lamb. The series encourages novices to take their first culinary steps and entices seasoned home chefs to try something new. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 7:30 pm
  • Family Ingredients Get an introduction to interesting people and riveting stories linked by a family recipe, starting from a base in Hawaii to locations such as Japan and Puerto Rico. Find the rich and sometimes surprising connections to a treasured family dish. Next airing: April 13, 2017, 8:30 am
  • Family Travel with Colleen Kelly Family Travel with Colleen Kelly breaks new ground as the first ever television show dedicated to traveling with families of all ages. Host and Family Travel Guide, Colleen Kelly explores must-see locations and attractions throughout the U.S. and abroad, sharing expert travel tips and insights to create easier family vacations filled with once-in-a-lifetime memories: Why just go to an aquarium when your family can actually get in the water with the whales? How about getting the whole family in the chef's kitchen to make their own pizzas? Each episode of this new 13-part series will feature a new and exciting family destination. From big cities like Chicago and Los Angeles, to cities like New Orleans and Baltimore, to American frontier classics like San Antonio and Cheyenne to family-friendly international destinations like Ireland and Montreal. In each 30-minute episode, Colleen offers a personalized, "exclusive" behind-the-scenes tour covering local culture & history, kid-friendly attractions & activities and family-friendly places to stay - along with regional and local cuisine for parents! As a family travel expert and modern-day parent, Colleen isn't afraid to kick back, get a little messy and have fun! Colleen's TV credits include Emmy-Nominated Executive Producer, Co-Creator and Correspondent for NBC Chicago's successful 24/7 Secrets of the City series and featured travel expert for a top Chicago morning TV show. Colleen is also a National Speaker for Travel & Adventure Show, the largest travel convention in the U.S., a Family Travel Ambassador and Featured Speaker for State of Illinois Office of Tourism, and a freelance travel journalist for the Chicago Tribune. Family Travel with Colleen Kelly covers all the bases, showing parents and kids how to have easier, one-of-a-kind, memory-filled vacations for families of all ages. This exciting new show is energetic, interesting, engaging and best of all, fun to watch! Next airing: April 15, 2017, 10:30 am
  • For Your Home FOR YOUR HOME is a half-hour home and garden program hosted by do-it- yourself expert Vicki Payne and daughter Sloan Payne-Rutter. FYH features step-by-step instructions for home enhancing projects that bring out one's individual style and personality. Because of its breadth of topics -- covering creative concepts in home decorating, remodeling and gardening -- this magazine-formatted program is the perfect complement to (or replacement for) other more niche-targeted programs. Its mission is to give viewers a whole range of practical, easy-to-understand, and do-able information "For Your Home." Next airing: March 29, 2017, 11:30 am
  • Frank Clarke Simply Painting Around The World: China In the latest edition of the Simply Painting series, Irish artist Frank Clarke travels to China - a land renowned for its art, culture and architecture - to experience its fascinating blend of ancient and modern. His tour takes him to temples and pagodas, waterfalls and cityscapes, museums and galleries, and other sights of cultural and historical significance. While on location, Frank selects landscapes and still-lifes to paint back in his Beijing studio. A charming tutor, Clarke offers a blend of encouragement and practical, step-by-step instruction to budding watercolorists with his "Have Some More Fun" method. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 6:30 am
  • French Chef Classics Cooking legend and cultural icon Julia Child introduced French cuisine to American kitchens in 1963 with the pioneering public television series THE FRENCH CHEF. Unlike anything ever seen on television before, it was entertaining and real in a way that influenced every culinary television program that followed. In her passionate, capable, and approachable way, Child changed the way Americans cook, eat, and think about food. She was a natural television star, warm and exuberant and ready to share all of the lessons she had learned from Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and her years of work on her groundbreaking cookbook, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Julia presented the nuances of every recipe while also teaching her audience the basics of French cooking, from the proper way to choose and prepare cuts of meat, chop and saute onions, achieve the perfect simmer and how to flambe safely. Never afraid to make mistakes on camera, she used them to her advantage to show her viewers how to adapt with confidence. In honor of what would have been Julia Child's 100th birthday on August 15, this special collection of three black-and-white episodes of THE FRENCH CHEF from the 1960s features Julia preparing some of her favorite French classics - French Onion Soup, Quiche Lorraine and French Tarts, Apple Style - the second, sixth and seventieth episodes from the original series. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 10:00 am
  • Garden SMART "Garden Smart" is a "hands in the dirt" program that provides its' viewers with practical, timely gardening advice. Produced in association with The National Gardening Association, a non profit organization whose purpose is to educate and promote gardening to young and old alike, "Garden Smart" each week provides valuable gardening tips, the latest trends "on the verge" and design advice, all with the purpose of making gardening fun and interesting. "Garden Smart" is filmed each week at beautiful resorts and gardens in every region of the country. These locations provide not only a stunning backdrop but additionally provide a sort of mini vacation for the viewer. The visiting resident horticulturist and the host provide practical advice useful to a country-wide audience. Plants are tagged on-screen with growing zones where they thrive. Even when filming at a hot, desert location information will be presented making it pertinent for those in cold climates - how to grow Cactus in containers, for example. Gardeners are always looking for new ideas and new plants - "Garden Smart" is unique in that it's a gardeners show and presents new information each week that lets gardeners know what other gardeners are growing and how. Frequently addressed topics include landscape design, household and garden pests and kids gardening. The goal each week is to take the mystery out of gardening, make it fun, present new ideas and let the audience "Garden Smart." Viewers are encouraged to contact the shows' experts and ask gardening questions via email and toll free phone lines, when a trend is noticed that topic is then addressed on the show. No other gardening show provides the timely, up to date gardening advice available from "Garden Smart." Don't let other names cause confusion- there is only one "Garden Smart." Next airing: March 29, 2017, 11:00 am
  • George Hirsch Lifestyle Chef and five-time author George Hirsch returns to public television to share his philosophy of bridging good food with good living. Taped in his Hampton home's indoor and outdoor kitchens, George uses his culinary know-how and well-honed techniques to cook up savory recipes for entertaining at home - from preparing an intimate meal for two to designing a menu for 30 people. He also embarks on mini-field trips to local community producers and suppliers in search of fresh ingredients and down-home inspiration.
  • Get Ready to Rio! with Chef Hubert Keller As the world's attention turns to Rio de Janeiro for the August 2016 Olympics, Chef Hubert Keller explores and celebrates Rio's exciting and vibrant culinary scene. In the show, Chef Keller talks with and learns from Rio's most celebrated chefs, popular street food vendors, a brewmaster, and Brazilian cookbook author. No one is better suited for a culinary tour of Rio than Chef Keller who worked in Brazil as a young chef. There, he developed a deep understanding of the country's diverse and wonderful food traditions, ingredients and local dishes.
  • Globe Trekker GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off the beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 10:30 pm
  • Grannies On Safari In GRANNIES ON SAFARI, 60-something best friends Pat Johnson and Regina Fraser embark on expeditions to South Africa, Morocco, Japan, South Korea and Turkey in search of each destination's bizarre, exotic and sublime attractions. Throughout the series, the energetic and engaging duo follows winding roads, rides canoes, camels and elephants, and visits urban city centers and rural hamlets. There are surprises at every turn as the women determinedly track down local characters and cultural treasures.
  • Great American Seafood Cook--Off Next airing: April 9, 2017, 7:00 am
  • Great American Seafood Cook-Off Next airing: April 5, 2017, 7:00 am
  • Great American Seafood Cook-Off V Next airing: April 19, 2017, 7:00 am
  • Great American Seafood Cook-Off VII Next airing: April 2, 2017, 7:00 am
  • Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu HEALTHFUL INDIAN FLAVORS WITH ALAMELU is hosted by Milwaukee area resident, culinary educator, and three-time cookbook co-author Alamelu Vairavan. A native of the Chettinad region of South India, Alamelu has lived most of her adult life in the United States. Over the years, she developed a deep interest in promoting the use of spices, legumes, and Indian cooking techniques into healthy food preparation that would appeal to Americans. She has been teaching for over 20 years about the health benefits of spices turmeric, cumin, ginger, fenugreek seeds, asafoetida, coconut power, urad dal, cardamom, curry powder, and other ingredients in her recipes including, broccoli, legumes, beans, rice, and Brussels sprouts. Next airing: April 16, 2017, 8:30 am
  • Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef Marjorie Poore Productions introduces an exciting new cooking series featuring one of America's top celebrities in the cooking world. Chef Hubert Keller whose extraordinary on-air charisma and charm is matched only by the mouth-watering recipes that will keep viewers salivating and coming back for more week after week. Chef Keller's magical cooking reflects the many influences of the places he has lived; from his native Alsace with its legendary soups and stews to San Paulo, Brazil where the cuisine pulsates with exciting and bold flavors; to his long-time home in San Francisco where he is a leader of the city's culinary revolution; and finally to Las Vegas where he has pioneered a whole new concept of burger dining that has garnered worldwide recognition. Chef Keller starts with his most famous dishes and transforms them into easy-to-follow recipes, tailored especially for home cooks while demystifying important cooking techniques that are essential to good cooking. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 7:30 pm
  • In Pursuit of Passion A new thrilling travel/biography series, In Pursuit of Passion celebrates the indomitable spirit of adventure that lives in each of us - reminding us that when we combine our talents and visions with determination and perseverance, we are destined for greatness. The series comprises seven (7) 30-minute high-definition biographical episodes hosted on a global stage. Take flight in an authentic WWII fighter plane in the skies above California to experience simulated air-to-air combat against a US Air Force pilot; race down Venice's Grand Canal in the annual Regata Storica gondola race; and join Abercrombie & Kent founder and philanthropist Geoffrey Kent in Zambia, Africa as he reveals how he chose to intermingle his business and global philanthropic efforts. Embracing the great spirit of adventure, In Pursuit of Passion highlights some of the world's most astonishing trailblazers who followed their passion to fulfill their dreams
  • In The Americas with David Yetman IN THE AMERICAS WITH DAVID YETMAN takes a fresh look at the lands that make up much of the Western Hemisphere. The 10-part series showcases the landscapes, peoples and history of the Americas - from the stories of a small village of Japanese immigrants in the Amazon to descendants of poor Italians in Chile, from Mayan temples in Guatemala to ancient fortresses in Mexico, and from the frigid, glacier-carved barrens of northern Canada to the timeless villages of the altiplano in Peru. By raft, boat, ferry, horse and motorcycle, host David Yetman journeys to parts of Cuba mostly unknown to the outside world, the wild mountains of western Argentina, festivals in Columbia and the often ignored Great Lakes of the United States. Along the way, he meets people from all walks of life - natives and immigrants, islanders and mainlanders, pastoralists and city-dwellers - and hears their stories. David Yetman, longtime host of The Desert Speaks (also distributed through APT Exchange) works as a research social scientist at the Southwest Center of the University of Arizona. Yetman is also a nationally known author of numerous books and articles and an accomplished photographer. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 9:30 am
  • Islands Without Cars with Kira Hesser The unique new travel series ISLANDS WITHOUT CARS takes a rare and whimsical look at life without cars, buses or trains. On small, remote and sparsely populated isles scattered throughout Europe, most of the inhabitants travel and transport goods by donkey, bicycle and other non-motorized vehicles. It may seem like a bygone era, but for some, it is a modern reality. The six-part series offers a fun and engaging look at the remote islands of Hydra (Greece), Sark (Channel Islands), Inish Meain (Ireland), the Aeolians (Italy), Zlarin and Krapanj (Croatia), and Porquerroles (France) through the eyes of a youthful and vibrant host. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 1:30 am
  • Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul JACQUES PEPIN: HEART & SOUL is not just another series showcasing Jacques, his delicious recipes or his amazing technique. This is his last full series which will be his most personal yet featuring never-before-seen footage of his life. HEART & SOUL will highlight Pepin's 60 years in the kitchen which includes his apprenticeship as a 13-year-old cooking in some of Paris' most revered establishments such as Meurice and Plaza Athenee and cooking for French President Charles DeGaulle. It will also touch upon a key period in Pepin's life when he crossed the Atlantic and entered the kitchens of New York at Le Pavillon and his 10 years as director of research at Howard Johnson's. The 26-episode series is a reflection of Jacques' history and will reveal a more personal side of the internationally renowned chef as we've never seen before. Fans and cooking aficionados alike will be given an intimate access to his life from playing boules at home, visiting the market, and sailing the seas to gathering clams, tucking into lobster rolls at his favorite shack as well as sharing memories, anecdotes and insights into his philosophy of life. Each episode will feature creative recipes that combine Pepin's culinary history and travel experiences with his expert teaching skills. Simple dishes for the novice and more involved creations for the seasoned cook will be shown and frugal tips will be offered. Occasionally family or guests are invited to cook alongside Jacques or join him in the dining room. Chefs from across the nation will, too, make a contribution, either from their own kitchen, through archival footage or on-camera acknowledgement of Jacques' tutelage and influence. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 7:30 pm
  • Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way Culinary icon Jacques Pepin returns with a new line-up of healthy, home-cooked meals in JACQUES PEPIN: MORE FAST FOOD MY WAY. This season, Pepin creates nearly 100 delicious recipes for every occasion from a light snack to an elegant dinner using readily available fresh foods, supermarket staples and simple techniques. Taking inspiration from around the world, Pepin's lamb stew, paella and Tibetan bread incorporate Asian, Latin American and diverse European influences, including his classic French background. Each episode contains four or more dishes, including minute-long recipes for croque monsieur tidbits, an instant red-pepper dip or butter bean canapes, along with Jacques' valuable tips and techniques. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 8:30 am
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  • Joanne Weir Gets Fresh JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH carries forward the success of Joanne Weir's previous series with 15 brand-new half-hours featuring the award-winning and internationally admired cooking teacher, author, restaurateur and television personality. Joanne Weir uses her vast culinary experience and relaxed, down-to-earth approach to help viewers create healthy meals while highlighting the unique and vibrant flavors of fresh ingredients. JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH follows Joanne as she forages at farms, ranches, farmers' markets, artisan butcher shops and local grocery stores to gather the best ingredients. Back in her home kitchen, Joanne teaches her students how to transform these ingredients into delicious, seasonal creations. Joanne's reflections and practical insights - often humorous, sometimes personal - inspire viewers to create and improvise meals from a wealth of fresh, market ingredients. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 7:00 pm
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  • Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope The Daytime Emmy-winning travel series Travelscope- now re-titled JOSEPH ROSENDO'S TRAVELSCOPE- scales new heights of adventure, natural splendor and cultural richness this season. Host Joseph Rosendo journeys from the California coast to the islands of Hong Kong and to Chile's Tierra del Fuego. Along the way, he encounters the heights of natural beauty in the Cariboo-Chilcotin Coast region of British Columbia, celebrates Christmas in Switzerland and circumnavigates the tip of South America. The series' hallmark remains the rich cultural interchanges between Joseph and the local population. He joins the parade of medieval guilds during Zurich's spring festival, shares devotions with a holy man in a rock-hewn church in Lalibela, Ethiopia and explores the mysteries behind the stone figures on Easter Island. Next airing: April 24, 2017, 9:30 am
  • Katie Brown Workshop With her Midwestern charm, girl-next-door persona and "keep it simple" ethic, Katie Brown demonstrates how to make a house a home in her new series, KATIE BROWN WORKSHOP. Everyday life at home is a joyous adventure for Katie, whether she is planning and cooking a dinner party, working in her garden, redecorating a room or meeting the daily needs of a young family. Her imaginative and budget-conscious approach to the home arts has been a breath of fresh air for a new generation of homemakers, earning her praise from People Magazine as "TV's meat-and-potatoes Martha Stewart." From her real-life workshop, Katie uses seasonal foods and colors to prepare simple and enjoyable meals, demystify the science of gardening and transform holiday decorations into works of art. Next airing: April 8, 2017, 8:00 am
  • Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes - a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes - showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.
  • Knit and Crochet Now! The entertaining KNIT & CROCHET NOW! features the top designers and experts in the field. In each episode, a rotating cast of talented and experienced needle artists, each of whom demonstrates popular techniques for creating lace, purses, patterns, felting and many other items. Field pieces also highlight the latest industry news, the best knitting and crochet blogs, and interviews with those on the cutting-edge of color and apparel design. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 6:00 am
  • Lidia's Kitchen LIDIA'S KITCHEN is a paean to the importance of mealtime. Over the course of 26 episodes, Daytime Emmy winner Lidia Bastianich conjures simple, seasonal and economical dishes with grace, confidence and love. She teaches viewers to draw on their roots, allow for spontaneity, and cultivate a sense of home in the kitchen. Lidia makes rustic staples, including oatmeal biscuits, apple cider-braised pork shoulder, potato pizza, salmon with mustard sauce, country onion soup, lentil country salad and Grandma Rosa's apple cake. Filled with tips and techniques collected through years in the kitchen and at the family table, Lidia channels her passion for teaching into a fun and trustworthy curriculum of kitchen wisdom. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 8:00 pm
  • Lucky Chow LUCKY CHOW travels across the United States to explore Asian cuisine's impact on American food culture. The un-hosted six-part series explores a wide variety of Asian food and drink - from a famous Japanese noodle dish to Korean kimchi to Chinese fusion - while meeting the new generation of chefs and entrepreneurs dedicated to keeping the traditions alive. Next airing: April 8, 2017, 8:30 am
  • Martha Bakes This series enables the home baker to create the finest desserts and goodies in his or her home kitchen. Throughout the series Martha Stewart shares the best tips and techniques, giving viewers the confidence to create delectable baked goods -- from scratch -- in their own kitchens. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 5:30 am
  • Martha Stewart's Cooking School Imagine having Martha Stewart at your side in the kitchen, teaching you how to hold a chef's knife, select the very best ingredients, truss a chicken and much more. In "Martha's Stewart's Cooking School, " you get just that. Next airing: April 22, 2017, 11:30 am
  • Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless In MEXICO - ONE PLATE AT A TIME WITH RICK BAYLESS, the beloved chef and restaurateur seamlessly weaves together techniques, recipes, cultural musings and off-the-wall surprises. This season Rick presents start-to-finish, stress-free, Mexican-inspired fiestas packed with creativity, color and flavor. Throughout the series, Rick translates his Mexican travel adventures into unforgettable parties from intimate fireside suppers and casual backyard cocktails with friends to big, boisterous bashes for 25. Rick also suggests clever and practical ideas to make each party special, like creating signature drinks for the occasion, serving ceviche in glass votive holders and transforming supermarket salad bar items into a hip Mexican crudites platter. And to help set the mood, he offers party playlists featuring his favorite musical finds and gardening tips for growing one's own ingredients. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 3:30 am
  • Mike Colameco's Real Food Every show Mike Colameco gives viewers access to some of the best kitchens in the world and talks to real chefs, in real restaurants cooking real recipes. It's an insider's guide and behind the scenes look from a chef's perspective on how these restaurants are putting together their dishes. Along the way we'll meet the owners, chef's and their crews; we will hear their stories and eat some amazing food. Each show has a theme, it might be an ingredient, a neighborhood or a cuisine. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 8:00 am
  • Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking takes viewers on a culinary journey with host Pete Evans, Australia's top celebrity chef, and America's most innovative food artisans. Each of the 13 half-hour episodes features a pop-up feast in settings from California's wine country to the bustling skyline of NYC, where Pete and local chefs source the finest ingredients and work against the clock to prepare a multi-course menu for a ravenous group of foodies. Viewers watch as diners sit down to enjoy these spectacular meals hosted in some of the most unlikely places. Next airing: April 8, 2017, 9:00 am
  • Music Voyager The new travel-based music series MUSIC VOYAGER features host Jacob Edgar exploring thriving, exotic global music scenes to discover emerging talent. Edgar - an ethnomusicologist, cultural musician and music critic - travels all over the world to hear cutting-edge musicians and immerse himself in their cultures. In the series' first episode, Edgar ventures to Mumbai, Delhi to create a hit Bollywood song with vocalist Sona Mohapatra and meet Kailash Kher, one of India's most prolific performers, producers and musical stars. Kher also brings the members of his hit band Kalisa into the studio for a private, intimate performance with Edgar. Other episodes include journeys to Jamaica, New Orleans, New York and Chicago.
  • New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton In a new 26-part cooking series, chef Kevin Belton takes viewers on a tasty tour of New Orleans. From classic French to soul food to German, Irish, and Italian influences, New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton explores the diverse mix of cultures that contribute to the distinctive food of the Crescent City. The self-trained chef began cooking under the watchful eye of his mother and grandmother in the Uptown New Orleans home where he grew up. From these talented home cooks Belton learned to prepare the venerable dishes of the city and in his new series he'll share family recipes and personal tips for making seafood gumbo, pralines, shrimp remoulade, chicken Clemenceau, corn and crab bisque, pecan crusted redfish, red beans and rice, Cajun turkey and dirty rice, bananas foster and many other New Orleans specialties. Cooking instruction is second nature for Belton, who has spent the last 20 years teaching the foundation of Louisiana cooking to appreciative audiences. As an instructor at the New Orleans School of Cooking, located in a renovated French Quarter molasses warehouse built in the early 1800's, this homegrown chef has introduced more than 500,000 visitors from around the world to the food and rich traditions of the region. In addition to the almost 7, 000 lessons he has led at the cooking school, Belton has also offered classes and cooking demonstrations throughout the U.S. and Canada. He has been a featured chef and guest on numerous food programs including Emeril Live; Ready Set Cook; Like Love Lunch; Food Fighters; Taste of America; and Eating in the Bayou. In 1999, he was co-host and chef on the BBC series Big Kevin, Little Kevin, which also featured British celebrity chef Kevin Woodford. The series, taped in the United Kingdom and the U.S., aired in Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Asia. A companion cookbook co-authored by Belton, Big Kevin, Little Kevin - Over 120 Recipes from around Britain and America by TV's Odd Couple, was published by Ebury Press. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • New Scandinavian Cooking Shot entirely on location, NEW SCANDINAVIAN COOKING offers a rich visual tour of Nordic cuisine, culture and history. Award-winning TV host, food journalist and cookbook author Andreas Viestad treats viewers to an eye-opening voyage through his native Norway, where he creates tantalizing recipes with unusual ingredients against stunning natural backdrops. In several episodes, two guest chefs - Sara La Fountain and Claus Meyer - join Andreas on his culinary adventures through Finland and Denmark. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 7:00 pm
  • Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends Veteran public television chef Nick Stellino cooks with some of the country's most celebrated chefs in his series, NICK STELLINO COOKING WITH FRIENDS. Nick and his guests share their recipes for simple yet elegant dishes with an emphasis on professional-style plating, teaching viewers how to turn their homes into their favorite restaurants. In each episode, Nick emphasizes fresh, seasonal and easy-to-prepare dishes that any home cook can master with ingredients found in their local supermarket. His fellow chefs also provide tips on making the final presentation worthy of the finest restaurant table. As always, Nick guides the viewer with his warm and effervescent personality, sharing his passion for food and life. Next airing: April 15, 2017, 6:30 am
  • Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen For the first time, chef Nick Stellino invites viewers into his home to experience the recipes nearest to his heart in the 13-part series NICK STELLINO: STORYTELLER IN THE KITCHEN. Throughout the program, Nick travels down memory lane to revisit dishes inspired by his childhood and family in Sicily. He demonstrates step-by-step instructions and easy-to-follow techniques, bringing Italian classics to life in a way that allows viewers to prepare new chapters in their own culinary experience. Each half-hour episode revolves around a theme, which is explored through candid moments, personal anecdotes, and lively preparations captured in his Los Angeles home. As a seasoned chef with a passion for food, Nick highlights an ingredient and sometimes a cooking utensil, and then expertly describes how each connects to his Sicilian culture and to Italian cuisine in the preparation of each unique meal. Featured dishes are steeped in Mediterranean tradition - salsiccia al sugo (sausages braised in tomato sauce over mashed potatoes), pasta alla norma (pasta with fried eggplant), and pasta alle vongole all'essenziale (clams and spaghetti) - and are reduced to their essence and explained and demonstrated in a manner that the home cook can easily manage and replicate. NICK STELLINO: STORYTELLER IN THE KITCHEN highlights Nick's love of food, humor and passion for all things Italian. Next airing: April 24, 2017, 6:30 pm
  • P. Allen Smith's Garden Home Garden design expert P. Allen Smith demystifies the process of designing beautiful gardens and opens up new possibilities for homeowners looking to create their own garden paradise. P. ALLEN SMITH'S GARDEN HOME highlights colorful gardens, easy how-to projects and expert tips that novice and experienced gardeners can apply to their own homes. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 11:00 am
  • P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table In his new series, acclaimed lifestyle expert and garden designer P. Allen Smith (host of the long-running P. Allen Smith's Garden Home) offers exciting ways to combine the gardening and dining experience. Inspired by his latest book, P. ALLEN SMITH'S GARDEN TO TABLE features growing tips, seasonal recipes and decorating ideas designed to help viewers incorporate the garden-to-table concept into their lifestyle. Whether prepared by Allen or a guest chef, all of the featured recipes contain fresh-from-the-garden produce, with some dishes honoring Allen's Southern heritage, like his great-grandmother's blackberry jam cake. Another regular segment spotlights Allen's ideas for creating a beautiful, all-occasion table setting, or tablescape, by using freshly picked elements from the garden. Other series highlights include: a tour of Allen's orchard, an entire episode dedicated to both eggs and salad greens and tricks for turning smallest space into a mini-farm - complete with a beehive. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 8:00 am
  • Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Jerry Yarnell is launching a whole new series of painting shows. With a calm and reassuring style that is unmatched by any other art instructor, Jerry guides students through fine-art techniques that can be practiced at home. What separates Jerry's new series from his older work is the culmination of his entire career to date (over 30 years) brought to the viewer in the form of his best work ever. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 6:30 am
  • Painting The Town with Eric Dowdle In the fun, fast-paced series PAINTING THE TOWN, best-selling artist Eric Dowdle travels to destinations all across North America - from Plymouth, Massachusetts, San Antonio, Texas and Park City, Utah to Portland, Oregon, Cancun, Mexico, and Vancouver, Canada - in search of the true essence of each place. Dowdle meets the locals, explores their food and culture, tours the attractions and, through some clever "detective work," uncovers unusual pieces of history and quirky unknown facts. His research culminates in one of his signature folk-art paintings reflecting all of his experiences and the individuals he met along the way. Dowdle has created more than 300 paintings and each year sells millions of copies of his folk-art prints and puzzles. He honed his craft in his early 20s while traveling, exploring and painting around the United States and later, Europe, Africa, China and the South Pacific. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 9:00 am
  • Pati's Mexican Table PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE brings authentic Mexican flavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens. A former policy analyst focused on Latin American politics and history, Pati Jinich is a chef, cooking teacher, food writer and mother of three whose true passion lies in sharing the tastes of her childhood and culinary adventures in her native country. In each episode, Pati embarks upon an exciting and entertaining journey, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico's rich history and culture, Pati's personal experiences, and her ongoing conversations with cooks in both Mexico and the United States. Each half-hour highlights a singular Mexican food - from familiar ingredients like vanilla, avocado and chorizo to the mysterious grains used by the Aztecs and the adventurous and trendy cuisine found across Mexico today. From traditional takes on tomatillos to modern spins on huevos rancheros, Pati inspires viewers to make great Mexican dishes in their own homes. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 9:00 pm
  • Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen Steven Raichlen, creator of the popular public television series, Barbecue University and author of the award-winning, best-selling Barbecue Bible and How to Grill is back with a sizzling new show designed to help viewers take their grilling to the next level: PRIMAL GRILL WITH STEVEN RAICHLEN.
  • Quilting Arts Quilting Arts promises a new look for quilting television, with something for everyone who loves quilting. The show combines basic traditional quilt techniques every quilter needs to know with contemporary art designs and techniques. Host Patricia (Pokey) Bolton, invites quilt artists each week into her studio to share their expertise. She opens each show with a short feature relating to the show's theme. Tech savvy quilters will love the weekly digital segments. Also featured on each show is Sue Hausmann in a machine quilting segment. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 6:00 am
  • Rachel's Favorite Food for Living "Irish cooking queen" Rachel Allen returns with a new season of easy-to-make recipes and helpful tips for the time- strapped home cook. In RACHEL'S FAVORITE FOOD FOR LIVING, the chef, lifestyle TV host, cookbook author and mother of three concentrates on the kinds of food whose smells and tastes evoke special memories. She draws inspiration for her dishes from some of life's happiest moments: falling in love over a romantic meal, making bread with our grandmother, enjoying Sunday dinners with our families or gathering with girlfriends to discuss the finer points of chocolate. As with her first series, Rachel's Favorite Food at Home, some of Rachel's recipes feature her take on international delicacies like Aztec soup, squid salad and mussels, Greek almond crescents and more. Born and raised in Ireland, Rachel studied at the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School in County Cork. Her first major cooking series for the BBC included Rachel's Favorite Food at Home (now in distribution through APT Exchange) and Rachel's Food for Living.
  • Rhythm Abroad Rhythm Abroad with Brittany Pierce is a travel series that is sure to transport viewers into the heart and soul of a culture. The series follows the journey of Brittany Pierce, a young woman who is fascinated with traveling and meeting new people of different cultures despite language barriers, as she explores the world while connecting with people through dance and music.In the inaugural season of Rhythm Abroad, Brittany traverses the globe, taking viewers from the South Pacific to Europe. Along her journey she reaches Tahiti, Southern Spain, the Swiss Alps and Southern Canada. In each episode, Brittany fully immerses herself into the local culture by experiencing the fun and challenges of learning to dance to the beat of each country. Whether it's learning to swing her hips with the people of Tahiti or dancing in a pow-wow with the Blackfoot First Nations people, she does it all even if she looks like a blundering amateur at times. Wherever Brittany is in the world, she finds dance and music to be the universal languages that bridge cultural divides and unite humanity.
  • Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose Basel and Lucerne: Quest for the Crossroad Next airing: April 10, 2017, 10:30 pm
  • Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose Geneva and the Matterhorn: Quest for the Water Castle Next airing: April 17, 2017, 10:30 pm
  • Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose Greece: Que Next airing: April 21, 2017, 10:30 pm
  • Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose Hong Kong: Quest for the Dragon Next airing: April 24, 2017, 10:30 pm
  • Richard Bangs' Adventures with Purpose Morocco: Quest for the Kasbah Next airing: April 28, 2017, 10:30 pm
  • Richard Bangs' Adventures with a Purpose "Egypt: Quest for the Lord of the Nile" Next airing: April 3, 2017, 10:30 pm
  • Rick Steves' Europe RICK STEVES' EUROPE offers a fresh perspective on the best travel advice, including where to stay, what to see and how to get around in Europe. Rick Steves shares his extensive knowledge of European history, art and culture. His years as America's most popular European guidebook author blends with his relaxed but informative style to make this one of public television's most popular series. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 4:00 pm
  • Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac ROUGH CUT - WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC invites viewers into the world of respected furniture maker Tommy MacDonald, as he travels to historic landmarks to gain design inspiration and then returns to his workshop to demonstrate the steps and techniques needed to create future family heirlooms. In each episode, MacDonald shares his skills and best practices, providing detailed project instructions for anyone interested in learning the basics of the craft. For the more experienced enthusiast, Tommy also showcases his more complex projects with advanced tips and techniques. Each half-hour includes three segments: "Basic Woodworking Techniques," "Weekend Projects" and "The Field Trip." Next airing: March 31, 2017, 10:30 am
  • Rudy Maxa's World Building on five successful seasons of travel shows featuring Europe and the Pacific Rim, award-winning travel journalist Rudy Maxa broadens his horizons - and those of his audience - with the launch of RUDY MAXA'S WORLD. In this new 13-part series, Rudy offers his sophisticated take on a destination's history, culture, architecture, politics and cuisine, while also turning a journalistic eye to the people and lifestyles of Russia, Estonia, Turkey, India, Argentina, Japan and Thailand. The season begins in India, where Rudy visits the Taj Mahal and the crowded alleys and villages of New Delhi. Later, Rudy indulges in resorts nestled along the Baltic Sea, marvels at the Hermitage's treasures in St. Petersburg, explores the ancient ruins and royal tombs of Turkey's southern coast, learns to tango in Argentina, witnesses a Buddhist ceremony in Kyoto and sails in a long-tailed boat through the canals of Bangkok. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 1:30 am
  • Sara's Weeknight Meals Renowned chef, television personality, magazine editor and cookbook author Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style back to public television in her new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Based on her book, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Sara and her celebrity-chef friends share their ideas for flavorful, healthy meals with minimal fuss. Twenty fast-paced and engaging episodes feature quick, delicious and routine-breaking entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." Next airing: March 30, 2017, 7:30 am
  • Scheewe Art Workshop In SCHEEWE ART WORKSHOP, host Susan Scheewe introduces the art of watercolor and shares the gratifying accomplishment of creating a piece of art. Sue's easy-to-follow style encourages creativity in beginning and intermediate artists. Combining a love of teaching with a fine arts background, she uses a variety of techniques and media to demonstrate a wide range of scenes, including sunlit country roads, refreshing seascapes and delicate renderings of lavender lilacs and white magnolias. In addition to her painting talents, Sue also is a successful writer, publisher and businesswoman.
  • Sewing with Nancy SEWING WITH NANCY, TV's longest- running sewing program, continues the tradition of bringing the best in contemporary sewing, quilting and home decorating ideas to public television viewers. Join Nancy Zieman and her guests as they share their love of the sewing arts by exploring the latest ideas in one of the country's most popular crafts. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 6:00 am
  • Simply Ming The Emmy-nominated public television series SIMPLY MING is back featuring 26 fresh new episodes. This year, Ming and his guest chefs will be "Cooking on the Fly" finding inspiration from his East-West pantry and surprise ingredients that range from exotic fruits and vegetables to meats and fish. In each studio episode, Ming kicks off the show by highlighting techniques to help you "Cook on the Fly" at home. From filleting a fish to sharing the technique for cooking veggies kids will love, Ming and his guests use their culinary tricks to bring you a season of delicious new recipes. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 7:00 pm
  • Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa SMART TRAVELS - EUROPE WITH RUDY MAXA delivers Europe's premier destinations - from the grand plazas and sparkling fountains of Madrid and Barcelona to the castles and sweeping vineyards dotting France's Dordogne River Valley. Next airing: April 1, 2017, 7:30 am
  • Start Up This series offers viewers an up-close and personal look into the world of the modern American entrepreneur. As complicated as starting a business may seem, the goal is to demystify the process by sharing the real life experiences of average Americans who are taking control of their own destiny while creating jobs for others. Over 90% of all companies in America are small businesses. Those small businesses employee over 50% of all people working in this country. Today's media rarely focus on the stories of those Americans and their hard work, despite small-businesses being the backbone of the country. "Start Up" is a explores the next generation of American business owners and the dreams that drive them.
  • Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Company: Hooks, Lies & Alibis Based on his cookbook of the same name, A TASTE OF LOUISIANA WITH CHEF JOHN FOLSE & COMPANY: HOOKS, LIES & ALIBIS takes viewers from the waterways of the state to the kitchen as chef Folse prepares dishes honoring the age-old tradition of fishing, and Louisiana's world famous cuisine. In this 13-part cooking series, chef Folse travels through the region, visiting with local fishermen, shrimpers and the everyday people who live, work and celebrate life along the rivers, swamps and the Gulf of Mexico. The series highlights the beauty of the area, the friendliness of its people and, of course, the great seafood that can only be found in the region. Chef Folse demonstrates how to cook up some of the very best seafood dishes, including shrimp, crabs, fish, alligator, and other tasty treats from the Gulf Coast region. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 7:00 am
  • The Great American Seafood Cook-Off III Next airing: April 12, 2017, 7:00 am
  • The Great American Seafood Cook-Off IV Next airing: April 16, 2017, 7:00 am
  • The Great American Seafood Cook-Off VI Next airing: March 29, 2017, 7:00 am
  • The Jazzy Vegetarian The Jazzy Vegetarian speaks to health conscious people of all ages, focusing on nutritious, delicious, and easy-to-prepare food and eco-lifestyle tips to help people live a more balanced and sustainable lifestyle. The Jazzy Vegetarian reaches out to mainstream Americans, dedicated vegans, and non-vegetarians alike who are on the path to wellness and health through earth friendly and compassionate food choices. Next airing: April 8, 2017, 10:00 am
  • The Woodwright's Shop THE WOODWRIGHT'S SHOP demonstrates traditional furniture making. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 4:00 am
  • This Old House America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram. Next airing: March 31, 2017, 10:00 am
  • Travel with Kids Explore the globe with two kid brothers and their parents on wild adventures through nature and culture and history. Plus, discover family-friendly attractions and activities. Parents share tips on traveling with kids, like how to get around on a budget, while the kids share all their excitement and fun! From the jungles of Peru to the great outdoors of Alaska to the ancient wonders of Europe, Travel With Kids is an offbeat adventure experience of family fun around the world. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 9:00 am
  • Travels with Darley Travels with Darley follows five-time Emmy nominated host Darley Newman as she travels with local people in beautiful and awe-inspiring locations to experience history, culture, food, music, art and adventure. Each episode introduces viewers to diverse cultures and traditions and what makes each location truly unique. Darley's on-camera local counterparts are the true stars of each episode, as they lead Darley through their world. Viewers learn about places and cultures that are less publicized by traditional media, as well as new things about places they thought they knew, bridging global cultures and inspiring viewers to look at the world in a new way.
  • Travelscope In TRAVELSCOPE, award-winning travel journalist Joseph Rosendo explores the world's treasures - from stateside destinations in Montana's Glacier National Park and California's wine country to exotic locales in Europe, the Philippines and Malaysia. During his journeys, Rosendo provides cultural insights and useful information for making viewers' travel dreams a reality, while also encouraging conscientious travel, believing it has the power to connect disparate cultures. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 4:30 am
  • Victory Garden's EdibleFEAST This season, Victory Garden takes viewers on a journey across America traveling from garden to sea, mountains to fields, to learn about fresh local foods, and the people who grow and produce them. Hosted by passionate foodie and TV personality Amy Devers, each episode will also feature the work of 2013 James Beard Award winning filmmaker and chef, Daniel Klein, as he introduces us to gardeners, farmers, and food producers from across the country. Next airing: April 15, 2017, 7:00 am
  • Wild Photo Adventures Tag along with professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner as he explores the country's wildest areas in search of that one great photograph. The award winning series shows you where, when and how to photograph wildlife in it's natural environment. Next airing: March 29, 2017, 11:00 pm
  • Woodsmith Shop The pages of Woodsmith magazine come to life in this unique concept for public television. Each of the thirteen, half-hour episodes is built around a theme and teaches the skills and safe tool techniques necessary to build a variety of woodworking projects in a home shop. On each program, host Don Peschke, founding editor of Woodsmith, leads a cast of editors and project designers as they explore a wide range of tips, tools, jigs and fixtures, and techniques. Segments on most programs include "The Basics," "Techniques," "Three Things to Consider," "Tool Tune-Up," "Shop Tips," "Oops! When Things Go Wrong," and "Woodworkers' Roundtable." Produced by Iowa Public Television in high-definition and shot on a special set built just for this program, most episodes include detailed animations that show exactly how machines work and wood joints are assembled. Whether viewers are just starting out or have been woodworking for years, they'll find something new in every episode to apply to their next project. In addition, a companion website (www.WoodsmithShop.com) offers a handy place to find additional resources and download free technique articles and plans for projects shown in the series. Next airing: March 30, 2017, 10:30 am

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  • A Baroque Christmas with Chatham Baroque
  • A Beautiful Symphony of Brotherhood: The Musical Journey of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "A Beautiful Symphony of Brotherhood" explores the rich musical landscape of Martin Luther King, Jr. from his childhood piano lessons and choir singing to his marriage to a classically trained soprano to the songs that galvanized the civil rights movement,offering insight into the importance of music in his work. The variety of Dr. King's musical passions was astonishing, encompassing leading classical performers, jazz legends, and pop artists from the Rat Pack to Joan Baez.
  • A Centennial Ceremony of Carols
  • A Chanticleer Christmas
  • A Chanticleer Christmas
  • A Chanticleer Christmas 2015 A one-hour program of holiday favorites, new and old, presented live in concert by the superb 12-man ensemble known as "an orchestra of voices."
  • A Choral Christmas Card See a playlist at the APM website.
  • A Christmas Carol
  • A Festival of 9 Lessons and Carols
  • A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols from King’s College, Cambridge England
  • A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols A live service of word and music (choral and organ) from the 500-year-old Chapel of King's College, Cambridge, England.
  • A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
  • A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols (continued) The 30-voice King's College Choir performs the legendary Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols service of Biblical readings and music, recorded earlier at the chapel of King's College in Cambridge, England.
  • A Night on the Town On the air since 1980, "A Night on the Town" is a one-hour radio program celebrating the history of the Broadway Musical.
  • A Paul Winter Solstice Concert
  • A Prairie Home Companion The only live music & variety show aired nationwide today, A Prairie Home Companion features comedy sketches, music, and Garrison Keillor's signature monologue, "the News from Lake Wobegon."
  • A Season's Griot
  • A Season's Griot 2015 A Season's Griot is public radio's only nationally syndicated Kwanzaa program. Hosted for nearly 20 years by acclaimed storyteller Madafo Lloyd Wilson, 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.
  • A Season's Griot 2016
  • A Traditional Lessons & Carols from Dallas
  • Advent Voices
  • Advent Voices
  • After the Troops Come Home To participate, call now toll-free: 1-888-359-9754. Or send email to WSKG.Radio@gmail.com.

    This program repeats tonight at 7pm.
  • Against the Odds:Hope on a Pile of Bones; Rwanda Introduces listeners to a range of people who are building the new Rwanda.
  • All Songs Considered
  • All Things Considered Each show consists of the biggest stories of the day, thoughtful commentaries, insightful features on the quirky and the mainstream in arts and life, music and entertainment, all brought alive through sound.
  • Alt.Latino Every week, the Alt.Latino podcast introduces listeners to new alternative Latin music, including diverse genres such as cumbia, Mexican garage rock, Panamanian rap, heavy metal mariachi and many more boundary-blurring sounds from around the world. In addition to music, Alt.Latino features interviews and insightful conversation about Latin events and culture.
  • Alternative Radio Alternative Radio, established in 1986, is a weekly one-hour public affairs program that provides information, analyses and views that are frequently ignored or distorted in other media.
  • American Opera Radio Series: I Due Foscari By Giuseppe Verdi
  • American Opera Radio Series: Norma by Vincenzo Bellini
  • American Radio Opera Series: Barber of Seville by Gioachino Rossini
  • American Radio Opera Series: Bel Canto by Jimmy Lopez
  • American Radio Opera Series: Cinderella by Gioachino Rossini
  • American Radio Opera Series: Cinderella by Rossini
  • American Radio Opera Series: Der Rosenkavalier by Strauss
  • American Radio Opera Series: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg by Richard Wagner
  • American Radio Opera Series: Double Bill of Usher House and La Chute de la Maison Usher by Gordon Getty and Claude Debussy
  • American Radio Opera Series: Falstaff by Giuseppe Verdi
  • American Radio Opera Series: Lucia di Lammermoor by Donizetti
  • American Radio Opera Series: Moby Dick by Heggie
  • American Radio Opera Series: Nabucco by Verdi
  • American Radio Opera Series: Romeo and Juliet by Charles Gounod
  • American Radio Opera Series: Rusalka by Dvorak
  • American Radio Opera Series: The Merry Widow by Lehar
  • American Radioworks Grit, Luck and Money: Preparing Kids for College and Getting Them Through
  • American Radioworks: Back to School American RadioWorks® is the national documentary unit of American Public Media. ARW creates documentaries, series projects, podcasts and online content for the public radio system and the Internet.
  • American Radioworks: Don't Lecture Me: Rethinking the Way College Students Learn
  • American Radioworks: Imperial Washington
  • An Elizabethan Christmas with the Rose Ensemble
  • An Interview with Ira Glass WSKG presents "An Evening with Ira Glass" at Ithaca's State Theatre Saturday, December 4
  • Apollo's Fire Mediterranean Nights – Sultry songs and passionate dances from Italy and Spain
    Guest Artists:Nell Snaidas, soprano * Steve Player, guitar
  • Apollo's Fire #09-07 Apollo's Fire: Handel's Water Music and Music for the Royal Fire Works. Jeannette Sorrell, directing from the harpsichord and conducting.
  • Artist Café on the Radio
  • BackStory. Love Me Did: A History of Courtship BackStory. Love Me Did: A History of Courtship

    The History Guys trace the history of courtship conventions from the colonial era to the present.

  • Backstory
  • Backstory: Veterans Backstory: The History Guys look at what happens when vets return home
  • Beethoven: Fidelio
  • Beyond Gay Marriage "Beyond Gay Marriage" asks : Why is gay marriage the primary issue of the Gay Community ? And is Same Sex marriage really the issue most LGBT people are interested in ? This radio documentary presents the voices of LGBT scholars and activists seldom heard in the media.
  • Binghamton University Forum Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger addresses the B.U. Forum about the $500,000,000, five year economic aid package awarded by the state to the Southern Tier.
  • Bioneers Women hold up half the sky
  • Bizet's Carmen
  • By Special Invitation Sometimes Milwaukee, sometimes Los Angeles, sometimes Binghamton, sometimes Deutsche Welle Festival, sometimes Honest Brook Music Festival... a mix of classical broadcast concerts!
  • Can Do: Stories of Black Visionaries, Seekers, and Entrepreneurswit
  • Candles Burning
  • Candles Burning Brightly A one-hour celebration of Chanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights with an exploration of Chanukah foods and traditional activities … and plenty of music.
  • Candles Burning Brightly
  • Car Talk America's funniest auto mechanics take calls from weary car owners all over the country, and crack wise while they diagnose Dodges and dismiss Diahatsus. You don't have to know anything about cars to love this one hour weekly laugh fest.
  • Caroling with The Singers This magical season rings with music and song like none other. . . Over the past month, public radio listeners from around the country have gone to YourClassical.org to vote for their favorite Christmas carols. The results are in, and with them we’d like to invite your listeners to a nationwide carol singalong — whether they’re solo, or with colleagues, friends, or family. APM’s Scott Blankenship welcomes one of the country’s finest choirs and its conductor, Matthew Culloton, for a countdown of carols from joyful to reflective, solemn to grand. Office and station parties, singing commuters, and gatherings of those near and dear are all welcome! Listeners can open the untitled carols’ texts as each carol’s rank is revealed on YourClassical.org throughout the hour.
  • Carols for Dancing See a playlist and listen to the program online at the WGBH website.
    This program will be rebroadcast this evening at 7pm.
  • Chanukah in Story and Song Narrated by Leonard Nimoy and sung by the acclaimed vocal sextet The Western Wind Vocal Ensemble, "Chanukah in Story and Song" is a unique holiday program created especially for public radio listeners. This delightfully engaging program presents 25 eclectic selections, from the Ladino songs of the Spanish Jews and Yiddish melodies of Eastern Europe to modern Israeli tunes and the ensemble's original version of "I Have a Little Dreydle." The ensemble performs a cappella as well as with instrumental accompaniment. The narration, written by Rabbi Gerald Skolnik, sheds new light on the holiday's customs and rituals. Listeners of all ages will hum the tunes after enjoying this wonderful program.
  • Chicago Symphony Orchestra The BP Chicago Symphony Orchestra Radio Broadcast Series features concerts from Symphony Center, the home of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Hosted by Lisa Simeone, this weekly, two-hour series offers a unique format of engaging and lively content, including features providing insight into the music and programmatic themes found within the CSO's concert season; interviews with CSO musicians, guest artists, and composers; and an exploration of the stories found within the CSO's rich heritage of recordings and the Orchestra's illustrious history in Chicago.
  • Christmas Daybreak
  • Christmas with Madrigalia
  • Christmas with Madrigalia 2010: The Light of the World
  • Christmas with the Philadelphia Singers 2007
  • Classical
  • Classical 24
  • Classical 24
  • Classical 24
  • Classical 24
  • Classical 24
  • Classical 24
  • Classical Guitar Alive Classical Guitar Alive is a unique program that celebrates the classical repertory of the world's most-played musical instrument in a wide variety of.
  • Classical Music
  • Classical Music Hear NPR News at 10:01, 11:01 and 12:01... and at 12:04pm.
  • Classical Music Through the Night A nationally syndicated classical music service dedicated to live classical music programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week
  • Classical Music with Bill Snyder
  • Concierto Concierto is a weekly program of classical music presented in Spanish and English. The program features classical music by Latin American and Spanish composers and musicians.
  • Connect: NY
  • DEC hearings on the d-SGEIS
  • Debate among candidates for Governor of New York
  • Detroit Symphony Orchestra Paul Magi, cond.; Peter Serkin, piano
    Bach (arr. Stokowski): Passacaglia and Fugue in c, BWV 582
    Stravinsky: Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments
    Bach: Keyboard Concerto No. 5 in f, BWV 1056
    Mozart: Symphony No. 41 in C, K 551, "Jupiter"
  • Deutsche Welle Festival Concerts Handel Festival in Halle
  • Deutsche Welle Festival Concerts: ARD INTERNATIONAL MUSIC COMPETITION; Paolo Mendes, horn; Munich Chamber Orchestra; Mozart: Horn Cto. in E-Flat; Marko Letonja, cond.; Sarah and Susan Wang, piano duo; Munich Radio Orchestra; Mendelssohn: Cto. in E Major for Two Pianos & Orch.; Christoph Poppen; Loic Schneider, flute; Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra; Rodrigo: Flute Cto.; Pøemysl Vojta, horn; R. Strauss: Horn Cto. No.2; Remnant Piano Duo; Munich Chamber Orchestra; Mozart: Cto. in E-Flat Major for Two Pianos; Marko Letonja; Daniela Koch, flute; Munich Radio Orchestra; Feld: Flute Cto.
  • Domestic Violence Intervention Live at 1pm... call to participate (toll-free) at 888-359-9754... or email WSKG.Radio@gmail.com.
    Phone numbers and other resources on Domestic Violence
  • Double Bill: Gianni Schicchi & Pagliacci
  • Dream Lives of Butterflies, OFF THE PAGE To participate in the live 1pm program, call toll free (888) 359=9754, or email WSKG.Radio@gmail.com.
    This program will be rebroadcast this evening at 7pm on WSKG Radio.
  • Echoes of Christmas with the Dale Warland Singers See a playlist at the APM website.
  • Election '04: U.S. Congress, 22nd District Congressman Maurice Hinchey (D) debates challenger William Brenner (R). This debate was recorded during today's live 1pm WSKG Radio broadcast. The debate will also be seen on WSKG TV, coming up at 8pm tonight.
  • Election Night: NPR News and WSKG Radio News
  • Encore Presentation of The Rush: Digging Into Addiction
  • Engineers of the New Millenium: Sustainable Design
  • Expressions An hour of regional rock this week, with Merit, from Syracuse... and Gravel, from Towanda, PA, both recorded at WSKG's studios.
  • Expressions Holiday Harmony
  • Expressions Holiday Special Highlights from the WSKG TV series Expressions: Songs for the Season
  • Expressions Radio Special Original music performed by John Manfredi and Benjamin Costello at the WSKG Studios.
  • Fastest on Earth
  • Flood Relief Telethon
  • Folk Alley Folk Alley strives to bring folk music to the world via the Internet, reaching across the miles and the generations to provide global exposure for an art form with long-standing tradition and a loyal fan community.
  • Footprints to Paradise: A Mediaeval Christmas 2007 Tapes and transcripts of this program are available. Inquire via email to: info@newyorkpolyphony.org. See the ensemble's website at newyorkpolyphony.com.
  • Fresh Air Its 1994 Peabody Award citation credits Fresh Air with "probing questions, revelatory interviews and unusual insights."
  • From Colonials to Bearcats: A History of Binghamton University Athletics 1946-2006 This program was recorded today at the 1 o'clock hour. No phone calls or email please.
    This program will be available for computer listening in streaming audio and podcast within 24 hours.
  • From Ithaca College: Mara Liasson, NPR National Public Radio Political correspondent, Mara Liasson, gives a talk entitled "A View From Washington: Covering Hot-Button Issues." Recorded April 7 at the Park School of Communications, Ithaca College.
  • From the Top As the preeminent showcase for young musicians, From the Top shines a light on diverse young people ages 8 to 18 by sharing their stories and performances, providing scholarships, and engaging them as leaders in national broadcasts, live concerts and outreach events across the country.
  • Giving Thanks
  • Handel's Messiah from Philadelphia Learn more about this program and listen online at NPR.org.
  • Handel's Messiah from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Handel's much adored oratorio, Messiah, returns to Heinz Hall! Led by Music Director Manfred Honeck and featuring a cast of guest vocalists and the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, this work is a religious story of hope, inspiration and timeless expression. Handel's celebration of the human response to the divine will lift spirits and provide the perfect start to the holiday season. Jim Cunningham is your host for this very special presentation of “Messiah.”
  • Hannukah Lights
  • Hanukkah Lights A perennial NPR favorite, Hanukkah Lights features Hanukkah stories and memoirs written by Kathryn Blume, Leah Lax, Eric Kimmel, Issaac Bashevis Singer, and Jonathan Safran Foer as read by NPR's Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz.
  • Harmonia Harmonia is a weekly one-hour radio program, podcast and blog that takes listeners back in history to the cathedrals, fairs, and stages of the past, teaching listeners about history as documented by musicians of the periods. Through brilliant performances by today’s early music artists and insightful commentary, listeners experience the richness of early music history and culture. From the sublime realm of Chant to the passion of an Italian Baroque violin sonata, Harmonia casts new light on the music of the distant past.
  • Hearing Voices This program will be rebroadcast this evening at 7pm on WSKG Radio.
  • Heavenly Sight
  • Holiday music Music for Christmas morning. Hear NPR news at 9:01am.
  • Humankind Worry
  • Humankind: Voluntary Simplicity; the practice of fasting This program will repeat this evening at 7pm.
  • In The Loop: Voting and its Discontents This program will be repeated tonight at 7pm on WSKG Radio.
  • In the Mix: Mixed Race "In The Mix: Conversations with Artists...Between Races" by Dmae Roberts is a radio exploration of Mixed Race.Through the voices of artists who have dedicated their lives to building bridges and bringing to light interracial issues and themes, Roberts takes us on a journey to understanding what means to be of Mixed Race.
  • Innovation Conversation
  • Innovation Conversation: The Future of Fracking
  • Intelligence Squared Rethink your point of view with Intelligence Squared U.S. (IQ2US), Oxford-style debates live from New York City. Based on the highly successful debate program in London, Intelligence Squared, Intelligence Squared U.S. has presented nearly 100 debates on a wide range of provocative and timely topics. From clean energy and the financial crisis, to the Middle East and the death of mainstream media, Intelligence Squared U.S. brings together the world’s leading authorities on the day’s most important issues.
  • Intelligence Squared US: Don't Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses
  • Invisibilia Invisibilia (Latin for "all the invisible things") explores the intangible forces that shape human behavior – things like ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions.
  • Invisibilia Invisibilia (Latin for invisible things) is about the invisible forces that control human behavior – ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions. Co-hosted by Lulu Miller, Hanna Rosin and Alix Spiegel, Invisibilia interweaves narrative storytelling with scientific research that will ultimately make you see your own life differently.
  • It's a Wonderful Life with Southern Tier Actors Read
  • Jazz Piano Christmas XXVI NPR Music brings you another great concert from Kennedy Center. Kenny Barron, Fred Hersch, and Carmen Staaf perform their favorite holiday songs in a program hosted by Felix Contreras.
  • Jazz Profiles This documentary series profiles the legends and legacy of jazz.
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Jazz At Lincoln Center showcases exclusive live concerts from America's premier jazz performance series and features special guests and intimate duets. The Peabody Award-winning Jazz At Lincoln Center presents old favorites and introduces new faces and sounds to the airwaves.
  • Jazz in Silhouette
  • Jazzset with Dee Dee Bridgewater Hear the best artists in performance on stage around the world.
  • LA Opera
  • LIVE: Governor Cuomo's State Of The State and Budget Address
  • LIVE: President Obama's State of the Union Address
  • Leroy Anderson Christmas
  • Let Freedom Sing APM Celebrates presents a new Independence Day special, "Let Freedom Sing" - a special broadcast featuring the Mormon Tablernacle Choir and the Orchestra at Temple Square. Julie Amacher hosts this venerable musical institution as they guide us through the canon of American patriotic music. Music selections include John Williams' "Hymn to the Fallen," Woody Guthrie's "This Land is Your Land," "America the Beautiful," "Yankee Doodle Dandy," and "Shenandoah."
  • Life Stories - Families: Fathers, Sons & Brothers Four stories of men and family, by producer Jay Allison:Dad's Moving Out;My Brother, Tom Jones;Dad and Sam;Descended from the Holocaust
  • Light and Gold: The Music of Eric Whitacre An encore presentation of our 2014 program. A meditative special co-hosted by superstar composer Eric Whitacre, featuring his own choral masterpieces.
  • Live! At the Concertgebouw CONDUCTOR: Robin Ticciati; Eugene Ugorski, violin; Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Rautavaara: Concerto for Birds and Orchestra, Cantus Arcticus;
    Stravinsky: Violin Concerto; Sibelius: Symphony No. 5

  • Living on Earth Living on Earth with Steve Curwood is the weekly environmental news and information program with news, features, interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues.
  • Los Angeles Opera
  • Lyric Opera of Chicago
  • Metropolitan Opera Gounod's Faust with Ruth Ann Swenson, Karine Deshayes, Ramón Vargas, Hung Yun, Ildar Abdrazakov, Maurizio Benini
    This broadcast will air until approximately 5:25 p.m.
  • Metropolitan Opera Live Saturday afternoon broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera begin on December 5, 2015 and run through May 7, 2016
  • Metropolitan Opera: Berg's Lulu Live Saturday afternoon broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera begin on December 5, 2015 and run through May 7, 2016.
  • Metropolitan Opera: Donizetti's Don Pasquale Live Saturday afternoon broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera begin on December 5, 2015 and run through May 7, 2016.
  • Metropolitan Opera: Donizetti's Roberto Devereux Live Saturday afternoon broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera begin on December 5, 2015 and run through May 7, 2016.
  • Metropolitan Opera: Donnizetti's L'Elisir d'Amore Live Saturday afternoon broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera begin on December 5, 2015 and run through May 7, 2016.
  • Metropolitan Opera: R. Strauss' Elektra Live Saturday afternoon broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera begin on December 5, 2015 and run through May 7, 2016.
  • Metropolitan Opera: Verdi's Il Trovatore Live Saturday afternoon broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera begin on December 5, 2015 and run through May 7, 2016.
  • Metropolitan Opera: Verdi's Otello Live Saturday afternoon broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera begin on December 5, 2015 and run through May 7, 2016.
  • Metropolitan Opera: Verdi's Simon Boccanegra Live Saturday afternoon broadcasts from the Metropolitan Opera begin on December 5, 2015 and run through May 7, 2016.
  • Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra; Edo de Waart, cond.; Vadim Repin, violin; Beethoven: Sym. No.6, Pastoral; Violin Cto.
  • Mind The Gap
  • Morning Edition

  • Mountain Stage Recorded in front of a live audience, Mountain Stage features performances from seasoned legends and emerging stars in genres ranging from folk, blues, and country; to indie rock, synth pop, world music, alternative, and beyond.
  • Muhammed Yunus: Creating a World Without Poverty This program will be rebroadcast this evening at 7pm on WSKG Radio.
    The previously scheduled 7pm rebroadcast on 3/11 was technically impaired, hence today's rebroadcast at 1pm and 7pm.
  • Music of the Baroque Christmas Special
  • Music of the Baroques CHristmas Special The Annual Brass and Choral Holiday Concert 2008
  • Mythic Journeys: Celebrating Joseph Campbell's Centenary A remembrance of Joseph Campbell. Listen as world-renowned artists, musicians, mythologists, folklorists, anthropologists, psychologists, CEOs, religious leaders, and storytellers, use language and insight derived from mythic imagination to talk about issues that face our world.
  • NPR Election Coverage 2004
  • NPR Recap of the Senate Judiciary proceedings on Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch
  • NPR Special Coverage locally hosted by Crystal Sarakas
  • NY19 Debate
  • National Press Club Program recorded yesterday at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. This speech repeats tonight at 7pm on WSKG Radio.
  • New Letters on the Air: Feminist Poets & What’s the Word: Muslim Women Writers. What's the Word: Muslim Women Writers offers perspectives on questions of religion, nationalism, and the role of women in Islamic and Arab culture. And from New Letters on the Air: Feminist Poets,feminist poets of the last century who opened doors for a vast number of talented women writers published today. Adrienne Rich, Denise Levertov, Maxine Kumin, Audre Lorde, and Carolyn Kizer.
  • New Year's Day from Vienna
  • New Year's Day from Vienna
  • New Year's Day from Vienna 2016 The Vienna Philharmonic presents its ever popular annual New Year's Day concert from the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna. You'll hear your favorite waltzes, polkas and more -- a festive way to start off the New Year. It's presented by NPR Music and hosted by WBUR's Lisa Mullins.
  • New York Fifty-Two The candidates of the 52nd Senate District race will debate. Organized by the League of Women Voters.
  • New York Philharmonic This Week
  • Newport Jazz Festival 2008 Highlights Highlights from the Newport Jazz Festival 2008,including iconic performances by Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and Nina Simone.
  • Newport Jazz Festival 2008 Highlights hour 2 Hour two of Highlights from the 2008 Newport Jazz Festival.
  • Noel: A Christmas in Paris
  • OFF THE PAGE - "The Economic Naturalist" This program was recorded earlier today. No phone calls please.
  • OFF THE PAGE - Evolution for Everyone LIVE at 1pm. Call toll-free to participate: (888) 359-9754. Or email: WSKG.Radio@gmail.com.
    This program will be rebroadcast this evening at 7pm. It will be available here at WSKG.org for computer listening within 24 hours.
  • OFF THE PAGE-Evolution for Everyone
  • OFF THE PAGE: "Gamble Everything for Love" This program is a repeat from 1pm today. No phone calls or email, please.
  • Off the Page Authors Marvin Cohen and Mike McCann speak with WSKG's Bill Jaker.
  • Off the Page - "A Handbook on Culture Shock" This program will be rebroadcast tonight at 7pm
  • Off the Page: "The World is a Waiting Lover" This program is live, it will repeat this evening at 7pm.
  • Off the Page: "Water Power: The Flood of '06" To participate in this LIVE program, call (toll-free) 888-359-9754... or email WSKG.Radio@gmail.com.
    This program will be rebroadcast this evening at 7pm.
  • Off the Page: The Enchantments of Technology Repeated from today's live 1pm program. NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE. Available within 24 hours for internet listening.
  • Off the Page: Author Rusty Keeler Rusty Keeler of Spencer, NY author of "Natural Playscapes: Creating Outdoor Play Environments for the Soul" is Bill Jaker's guest.

  • Off the Page: Harry Bradshaw Matthews "African-American Freedom Journey in New York and Related Sites, 1823-1870: Freedom Knows No Color" is both a documentary history of the abolitionist movement and Underground Railroad in this part of the country, and a sourcebook on United States Colored Troops who served in the Civil War. It is also the personal story of the family of author Harry Bradshaw Matthews, reaching back to the days of slavery. Mr. Matthews is associate dean and director of U.S. Pluralism Programs at Hartwick College in Oneonta.
  • Off the Page: John Vernon Novelist John Vernon, a Distinguished Professor of English who teaches creative writing at Binghamton University, tells about Bilito, his victims and associates in his eleventh book, "Lucky Billy". It's an action-filled story written from multiple viewpoints. Vernon's novel is "myth-busting", based on historical fact without losing the epic setting of the Old West and the character of Billy the Kid himself.A rebroadcast from 1pm today
  • Off the Page: Leslie Daniels "Cleaning Nabokov's House" is a hilarious and unnerving new novel about a woman struggling to hold her life together while living in a college town, in a house once occupied by the great (and sometimes scandalous) writer Vladimir Nabokov, who may have left a discarded manuscript behind. Author Leslie Daniels of Ithaca visits OFF THE PAGE to speak with listeners about the book business, storytelling and odd coincidences.

  • Off the Page: Molly Morgan The Skinny Rules
  • Off the Page: No Turning Back - My Summer With Daddy King
  • Off the Page: Robert Vanderlan
  • Off the Page: The Season of Lost Children
  • Off the Page: Writing About Wine Words and wines are two outstanding products of our region, and both are celebrated in a special program featuring John Hartsock, author of "Seasons of a Finger Lakes Winery" and Henry Stark, food and wine critic for the Ithaca Times and the Ithaca Journal. Recorded with audience participation on Friday, May 6th at 5:00 PM at the Finger Lakes Wine Center
  • Off the Page:Claude Robert Sheffield Claude Robert Sheffield of Binghamton shares lessons and folktales – many written in Afro-American dialect.
  • On The Media While maintaining the civility and fairness that are the hallmarks of public radio, OTM tackles sticky issues with a frankness and transparency that has built trust with listeners and led to more than a tripling of its audience in five years.
  • On the Media While maintaining the civility and fairness that are the hallmarks of public radio, OTM tackles sticky issues with a frankness and transparency that has built trust with listeners.
  • Out of Bounds Out of Bounds, created by Tish Pearlman, features interviews with visionaries: people living, working and thinking outside the mainstream.
  • Paul Winter Solstice 2012
  • Paul Winter's 36th Annual Winter Solstice Celebration
  • Paul Winter's Solstice Concert John Schaefer hosts Paul Winter's annual Winter Solstice Celebration from New York's Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
  • Paul Winter's Solstice Concert 2011
  • Perceptions Shattered Told by youth, this program breaks down African-American Masculinity and looks into the reasons young Black men feel the need to act tough. Hosted by Chicago-Area hip hop artist Nam1Sekatti, and produced by Jason Marck at WBEZ, with support from the National Black Programmer's Consortium and PRX, Perceptions Shattered is a journey to a much more compelling, complicated and accurate portrait of what it is to be young, Black and male.
  • Performance Today Performance Today features live concert recordings that can't be heard anywhere else, as well as in-studio performances and interviews. Also, each week composer Bruce Adolphe joins host Fred Child for a classical music game, the Piano Puzzler.
  • Peter Ostrushko’s Heartland Holiday 2007
  • Phil Och's Song Night
  • Pipedrams
  • Pipedreams Each week, Pipedreams host Michael Barone shares selected organ works and performances, and in doing so, encourages listeners to engage both their ears and imaginations to gain greater appreciation of this instrument. He talks with composers, organists, organ builders and restorers. The show features brand new instruments in churches and concert halls, plus historic pipe organs recorded in locations around the world, from ancient instruments in vast cathedrals to the “mighty Wurlitzers” of movie house fame.
  • Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Andres Cardenes, conductor; Lars Vogt, piano; Debussy: Petite Suite; Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23; Dvorak: Symphony No. 7
  • Play It Again Sam
  • Positive Resources: Healthy Children A production of WSKG Radio - a discussion of resources for families in our communities.
    This program will be rebroadcast this evening at 7pm.
  • Post-opera Classical
  • Poulenc: Dialogues of the Carmelites
  • President Obama at Binghamton University
  • President Obama's address to the nation on Libya President Obama's speech from the National Defense University in Washington, DC, on the US and NATO military operation against Colonel Gadhafi. NPR News special coverage begins at 7:00pm on WSKG Radio; the president is scheduled to begin speaking at 7:30pm.
  • President's address to the nation The President's address may also be seen on WSKG TV.
  • Presidential Debate
  • Presidential Debate Special Coverage
  • Radio Expressions Encore In August, tune in for encore broadcasts of performances by local musicians recorded for WSKG TV's weekly arts series, Expressions.
    8/24: Laura Orshaw & John Stetch
  • Radio Lab #4 Season 5 : Diagnosis Episode #4 of Season five of Radio Lab.Diagnosis is the subject.
  • Radio Lab #5 Season 5 Stories of the strange kinds of relationships scientists have with science.
  • RadioLab Radiolab is a show about curiosity. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience.
  • Reflections: A Lenten Special w/Dale Warland Singers With host Brian Newhouse, Dale Warland guides listeners through a moving collection for the Lenten season—Including Mozart's "Ave Verum Corpus" and Busto's "Ave Maria."
  • Responding to Disaster
  • Retro Cocktail Hour The Retro Cocktail Hour is a weekly hi-fi highball of vintage "bachelor pad" music, exotica, private eye jazz and eccentric, overstimulated pop music of the 1950s, '60s and '70s. The show's spiced with everything from obscure Italian B-movie soundtracks and bossa nova to contemporary bands like Don Tiki, the Tokyo Panorama Mambo Boys, Waitiki, the Tikiyaki Orchestra, the Italian Secret Service, Balanco and others.
  • Reveal Hidden stories, uncovered – that's what this show is about. It takes you deep inside stories that impact your world, revealing injustice and holding the powerful accountable.
  • Rise: Climate Change and Coastal Communities "Sounding the Waters"
  • River City Folk River City Folk is an engaging mix of live performance, interview, and recordings. Hosted by veteran singer-songwriter Tom May, each program features a folk artist or group from across North America who performs live in the studio. Through Tom's interviews with the artists, and recordings that have influenced them, the listener is entertained by a unique perspective on the living tradition that is folk music.
  • Riverwalk Jazz Soak up the high-energy sounds of The Jim Cullum Jazz Band as award-winning storyteller David Holt revisits early jazz from the streets of New Orleans to the big-city sophistication of Harlem clubs in the 20s. Jim Cullum's widely renowned acoustic ensemble interprets authentic blues and classic jazz for 21st century audiences in performances captured live.
  • Robert. H. Jackson... OFF THE PAGE This program was recorded earlier today. No phone calls or email, please.
  • Ruth Bell Graham: A Pilgrim Journey
  • Salzburg Festival
  • Saturday Afternoon Post-Op Saturday Afternoon Post-Op is a classical music interlude hosted by Sam Goodyear between the weekly opera and All Things Considered. The starting time varies according to the differing length of the individual opera. Selections are a mix of works by lesser-known composers as well as less frequently heard compositions by Mozart, Chopin, Vivaldi, Beethoven, et al.
  • Say It Loud Trace the last 50 years of black history through important speeches.
  • Snap Judgment An NPR storytelling show that focuses on presenting compelling personal stories - mixing killer beats with real drama to produce cinematic, dramatic and kick-ass radio.
  • Soundscape
  • Special Coverage
  • Special Inauguration Coverage from NPR
  • St. Olaf Christmas Festival See a playlist at the APM website.
  • St. Olaf Christmas Festival A service in song and word that has become one of the nation’s most cherished holiday celebrations. Tickets to the event - which takes place at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN - are always gone months in advance. The festival includes hymns, carols, choral works, as well as orchestral selections celebrating the Nativity and featuring more than 500 student musicians in five choirs and the St. Olaf Orchestra.
  • St. Olaf Christmas Festival
  • State of Upstate address Governor Spitzer's remarks were delivered yesterday (1/16/08) in Buffalo.
    This program will be rebroadcast this evening at 7pm on WSKG Radio.
  • State of the Union address
  • Sunday Baroque Sunday Baroque is a celebration of beloved and appealing music from the baroque era (1600-1750) and the years leading up to it. Some of the greatest hits of the baroque include Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons Concertos, George Frideric Handel’s Music for the Royal Fireworks and Water Music Suites, and Johann Sebastian Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos. You’ll hear their tuneful and lively music – and music by their talented contemporaries and predecessors – as part of the mix of familiar favorites and new surprises on this weekly radio program.
  • SymphonyCast Material is drawn from Europe's premier symphony orchestras, along with U.S. orchestras such as the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Cleveland Orchestra.
  • TED Radio Hour An idea is the one gift that you can hang onto even after you've given it away. Welcome to TED Radio Hour hosted by Guy Raz – a journey through fascinating ideas: astonishing inventions, fresh approaches to old problems, new ways to think and create.
  • Tallis Scholars: Love is Better than Wine
  • Tech Nation Tech Nation - and its regular segments BioTech Nation - is a weekly public radio program hosted by Dr. Moira Gunn. It focuses on the impact of technology and science on modern life.
  • The 2011 Metropolitan Opera National Council Grand Finals Winners Concert
  • The BBC Proms
  • The Capitol Connection Maybe you voted for them and maybe you didn't, but either way, what they do and how they think affects you. You can keep yourself abreast of political developments and gain a little insight into how New York State's politicians think when you listen in as political scientist Dr. Alan Chartock holds conversations with New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos, Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb, members from the Assembly and Senate and others, each week on The Capitol Connection.
  • The Christmas Revels: 2016
  • The Christmas Revels: A Celebration of the Winter Solstice An all-new compilation of carols, rounds, drinking songs, music-hall numbers, madrigals and motets, children's singing games, wassails, and traditional, social, and ritual dance tunes, selected from the nine live Christmas Revels performances that took place around the country last year.
  • The Christmas Revels: A Celebration of the Winter Solstice 2007
  • The Crucible by Robert Ward
  • The DNA Files First of a five-week series. Today: Beyond Human. We humans have more in common with microbes than we might think.
  • The Diet-Climate Connection: How the foods we eat affect the planet What was the carbon footprint of your dinner last night? In a period of extreme weather associated with climate change, our food choices can make a difference.
  • The Drop Out Dilemma
  • The Family Under the Bridge Actor Bill Harley reads an excerpt from The Family Under The Bridge by Natalie Savage Carlson. Armand is a hobo who has learned to do without. Which is why he’s horrified when, as Christmas approaches, he finds three of the pests under his favorite bridge. In short order, his world is turned upside down. This episode of Camel's Hump Radio features a compelling excerpt, read by a professional actor and accented with original music.
  • The Folk Sampler The Folk Sampler is about gardens and home grown tomatoes. It's about making things with your hands. It's about small towns and home- town people. It's about the big cities and the hurry that goes with them. The Folk Sampler is about train whistles in the night and sunshine in the morning. It's about slow moving rivers and the sounds of wooden canoes. It's about horses in the barn, cows in the field, and the people who enjoy taking care of them. It's about working in a factory or plowing in the field. The Folk Sampler is about real people, doing real things. It is about the stories we have to tell and the lives we live.
  • The Homelessness Marathon features the voices and stories of homeless people from around the United States, with live call-ins all night long via a national toll-free number at 877-662-6398 or 866-533-8668.
  • The Moth The Moth Radio Hour features our most beloved tales and the stories behind the stories
  • The New York Philharmonic The two-hour radio program, which is broadcast and syndicated nationally 52 weeks a year by the WFMT Radio Network, represents virtually the Orchestra’s entire 2013-14 season. It includes interviews with Philharmonic musicians, guest artists, and conductors. The additional 13 weeks of broadcasts, which will air during the summer months, will draw on the Philharmonic’s extensive library of commercial recordings.
  • The Price of Security This program will be repeated this evening at 7pm on WSKG Radio.
  • The Rose Ensemble 2007: Christmas in Elizabethan England See a playlist and listen to the program online at the APM website.
  • The Rose Ensemble Live in Concert: Christmas in Baroque Malta
  • The Rose Ensemble: La Nochebuena -- A Spanish Renaissance Christmas
  • The Rush: Digging Into Addiction The Rush: Digging Into Addiction hopes to shine some light on what addiction really is.The nation’s opioid addiction crisis has, in some quarters, led to a change in the public perception of addiction. More and more, policymakers are talking about substance abuse as a public health problem. However, there is a lot we still don’t know about how addiction works. This September, WSKG News takes a look at the life of an addicted person: how drug use affects them physiologically, what recovery looks like, and the new treatment methods communities might adopt in order to help them.
  • The Vanishing Middle Class: Inside Out In "The Vanishing Middle Class: Inside Out" veteran NPR correspondent Anthony Brooks brings us stories of real families, and presents snap-shots of the growing challenges that many of them face. He also speaks with leading economic experts about the causes and realities of the changing conditions facing the middle class.
  • The Writers' Almanac with Garrison Keillor Each day, The Writer's Almanac features Garrison Keillor recounting the highlights of this day in history and reading a short poem or two. The Writer's Almanac is produced by Prairie Home Productions and presented by American Public Media.
  • This American Life One of our problems from the start has been that when we try to describe This American Life in a sentence or two, it just sounds awful. For instance: each week we choose a theme and put together different kinds of stories on that theme. That doesn't sound like something we'd want to listen to on the radio, and it's our show. So usually we just say what we're not. We're not a news show or a talk show or a call-in show. We're not really formatted like other radio shows at all. Instead, we do these stories that are like movies for radio.
  • Toast of the Nation Ring in the new year with great jazz from NPR.
  • Toast of the Nation
  • Verdi: Don Carlo
  • Vice Presidential Debate
  • WSKG Christmas Carol On WSKG Radio, there are two reasons why this holiday classic is a tradition. First, for decades, this story of about the redemption of Ebenezer Scrooge has aired on Christmas Eve. Plus, it’s narrated by the man who’s initials are now part of our call letters. Our station was named for Stanley Kiehl Gambell, a prominent local clergyman who was active in children's television programming.
  • WSKG Online Holiday AUCTION Finale The auction ends tonight at 6pm. Listen to some holiday programming and bid updates.
  • Weekend All Things Considered
  • Weekend Edition Saturday Saturday mornings are made for Weekend Edition Saturday, the program wraps up the week's news and offers a mix of analysis and features on a wide range of topics, including arts, sports, entertainment, and human interest stories.
  • Weekend Edition Sunday Weekend Edition Sunday features interviews with newsmakers, artists, scientists, politicians, musicians, writers, theologians and historians. The program has covered news events from Nelson Mandela's 1990 release from a South African prison to the capture of Saddam Hussein.
  • Weekend Radio The hour-long show is a skillful mixture of classical music, cross-over selections and comedy bits, the latter drawing on WCLV’s extensive collection of comedy and humor LPs and CDs that dates back to the late 50s.
  • Welcome Christmas
  • Welcome Christmas The perennial Christmas favorite from VocalEssence, one of the world’s premiere choral groups. An hour of traditional carols and new discoveries.
  • Welcome Christmas with Vocal Essence See a playlist at the APM website.
  • What's the Score?
  • With God on Our Side: From Rivalry to Reconciliation NOTE: This program will repeat this evening at 7pm on WSKG Radio.
    An exploration of the roots of hatred in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam... and whether people of faith can reconcile these divisions.
    MORE INFO: visit the web site of the Institute for Christian and Jewish Studies, at http://icjs.org.
  • With Heart and Voice With Heart and Voice presents sacred music that spans the full range of Western classical music, from the Gothic period through the 21st century, with occasional surprises from the non-western tradition.
  • WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour A live audience radio and television show filmed at the historic Lyric Theatre in Lexington, KY. The show features live music and interviews from a wide variety of grassroots musicians. Recent guests include: Otis Taylor, Mary Gauthier, 2Cellos, Victor Wooten, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, The Indigo Girls, and many more.
  • Wordless Music #4 Jad Abumrad hosts this program, which also features a conversation with conductor Brad Lubman
  • World of Opera World of Opera with host Lisa Simeone brings listeners compelling performances from top American and international opera companies. World of Opera encompasses the seminal operas of centuries past as well as today's masterpieces.
  • World of Opera
  • Yardbird by Daniel Schnyder
  • 12th Street Jump 12th Street Jump is a one-hour program that celebrates the artists who made jazz and blues the quintessential American art form.
  • 2016 All Songs Considered Christmas Special
  • 2016 Pennsylvania 10th Congressional Debate
  • 365 Holidays with the Canadian Brass

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  • Across Women’s Lives The World’s Marco Werman and a team of women journalists report on the status of women, which is rising in many parts of the world largely through the efforts of women themselves. From Mumbai to Manila, from Canada to Kenya, this fast-paced hour examines how women gain access to hard-won rights.
  • All Things Considered Each show consists of the biggest stories of the day, thoughtful commentaries, insightful features on the quirky and the mainstream in arts and life, music and entertainment, all brought alive through sound.
  • All Things Considered
  • All Things Considered Beale Street Blues
  • Alternative Radio Audio Energy for Democracy. Information, news and viewpoints not often heard through other media channels.
  • America's Test Kitchen Food has become a national obsession and with it a multitude of flashy programs, magazines, books and blogs ranging from pure entertainment to celebrity showcases. Yet they aren’t much help to the everyday cook. That's why America’s Test Kitchen wants to find a better way to make a food program for radio. America’s Test Kitchen Radio is a food program for right now – filled with clear, practical information, without the gourmet fuss. The hour is all about insights, tips and techniques that illuminate the truth about real home cooking. There will be some mystery, too, like why bad things happen to good recipes and the science behind good results.
  • Assignment
  • Beale Street Caravan Beale Street Caravan is a one hour non commercial radio series broadcasting live recordings of Memphis music and its derivative forms. Hosted by Pat Mitchell, each program presents seasoned veterans alongside up and coming artists recorded at festivals and venues throughout the United States. Music industry experts and celebrities liven up each program with serialized inside commentary about the history & process of the music.
  • Beale Street Caravan
  • Binghamton University Forum Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger addresses the B.U. Forum about the $500,000,000, five year economic aid package awarded by the state to the Southern Tier.
  • Binghamton University's TIER Talks: Our Political System On Life Support Is this the best we can do? The American political system is broken, and a solution seems as reachable as chasing the horizon. The ideological gap between the left and the right is larger than ever. Social media inflame, rather than inform. And, the electorate has checked out mentally (people are uninformed), and physically (they’re not going to the polls). Our alumni speakers – frequently-quoted experts in political science and public opinion – weigh in on, “where do we go from here?”
  • Bought and Sold: The New Fight Against Teen Sex Trafficking Advocates for kids are pushing for a new approach to combating underage prostitution: treating young people caught up in sex trafficking as victims, not delinquents. This documentary looks at how police and lawmakers are increasingly turning to a public health approach to help vulnerable young people break free of sex trafficking. And it explores the high-tech chase to thwart traffickers and buyers.
  • Bought and Sold: The New Fight Against Teen Sex Trafficking Advocates for kids are pushing for a new approach to combating underage prostitution: treating young people caught up in sex trafficking as victims, not delinquents. This documentary looks at how police and lawmakers are increasingly turning to a public health approach to help vulnerable young people break free of sex trafficking. And it explores efforts to stop traffickers and buyers.
  • Brian Lehrer Pre-Debate Coverage
  • Broome County Executive Candidates Debate
  • Campaign `68 The 1968 presidential election was a watershed in American politics. After dominating the political landscape for more than a generation, the Democratic Party crumbled. Richard M. Nixon was elected president and a new era of Republican conservatism was born. In the wake of another historic election, we look back 40 years to the dramatic story of Campaign '68.
  • Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Kitchen
  • Connect: NY This new series explores statewide issues of critical importance and begins with six, monthly, one-hour panel discussions about education issues including: Common Core standards, receivership, teacher evaluation, school financing, achievement gaps, testing and opting out, and legal challenges.
  • CounterSpin Provides a critical examination of the major stories every week, and exposes what the mainstream media might have missed in their own coverage.
  • Democracy Now! Democracy Now!’s War and Peace Report provides our audience with access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S.corporate-sponsored media, including independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. In addition, Democracy Now! hosts real debates–debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.
  • Dragons of Inaction For Earth Day, we take the planet's pulse - - and our own. We investigate: What are the dragons of inaction that keep us from changing our behaviors? Are younger people more worried about climate change than older people? And, experts weigh in on the impact of humans on the environment, from synthetic hormones to shifting shorelines.
  • Everything Was Right: The Beatles' Revolver When rock music critics and fans are asked to rank the top rock albums of all time, The Beatles' 1966 release Revolver either heads the list or falls into the top tier. To mark the 50th anniversary year of the album's release, award-winning producer and host Paul Ingles presents Everything Was Right: The Beatles' "Revolver" Ingles explores the landmark album's story and influence in depth, talking with historians, musicians, music critics, and fans and spotlighting each Revolver track (along with the 1966 single "Paperback Writer and Rain")
  • Expressions Holiday Harmony
  • Fresh Air Its 1994 Peabody Award citation credits Fresh Air with "probing questions, revelatory interviews and unusual insights."
  • Going Black: The Legacy of Philly Soul Radio Starting in the 1950s, Black radio stations around the country became the pulse of African-American communities, and served as their megaphone during the Civil Rights and Black Power movements. "Going Black" examines the legacy of Black radio, with a special focus on the legendary WDAS in Philadelphia. Hosted by Sound of Philadelphia music producer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Kenny Gamble.
  • Heart and Soul
  • Here & Now A distinctive mix of hard news and rich conversation featuring interesting players from across the spectrum of arts and culture, business, technology, science and politics.
  • Hidden World of Girls Stories of coming of age, rituals and rites of passage, and secret identities of women who crossed a line, broke a trail, changed a tide.
  • Homemade Stories: The Struggle Is Real In this one-hour special, Homemade Stories: The Struggle is Real, award-winning storyteller Shannon Cason takes us on a journey that finds hope in struggle. From navigating Detroit’s overwhelmed criminal justice system, to searching for work and finding closed doors, to being a father after failing in marriage, to finding anchors in a sea of uncertainty, Shannon's stories are heartfelt, heartbreaking and hilarious all at once. But above all else, his stories are honest. Shannon Cason is the real deal.
  • IQ2 - Corporate Subsidies: Should the U.S. eliminate corporate subsidies? The auto industry, agriculture, the energy sector. What do they have in common? These industries benefit from government subsidies in the form of loans, tax breaks, regulation, and other preferences. Critics from the left and right say that not only do these subsidies transfer wealth from taxpayers to corporations, they distort the markets and our economy. Proponents say that government has an important role to play in launching innovation via strategic investment, and its support helps American companies thrive. Do we need subsidies, or is this corporate welfare?
  • IQ2: Climate Change: Has the EPA gone overboard?
  • Indivisible WNYC and Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) are joining forces to convene a nightly gathering for everyday Americans to talk, debate, and find common ground in the first 100 days of the new administration.
  • Innovation Hub – Reinventing Childhood In a special show, Innovation Hub looks at the reinvention of childhood. We investigate what science now teaches us about how kids learn – and how technology might be rewiring young brains. Plus, we look at how parental behavior has evolved, molding children in entirely new ways. Guests will include historian UC Berkeley historian Paula Fass and University of Virginia psychologist Daniel Willingham, among others.
  • Intelligence Squared: Hunters Conserve Wildlife Whether in America’s state game lands or the African bush, hunting has become one of the most hotly debated issues in the media and online. Internationally, the killing of Cecil the lion triggered a firestorm of criticism over trophy hunting rules and regulations. Central to the debate here in the U.S. is the white-tailed deer. Its overpopulation has caused millions of dollars in property damage, over browsing in forests, and the spread of Lyme disease. Many believe that regulated hunting can be an effective way to manage healthy populations of deer and other wildlife. And with the funds raised from legal hunting—the purchase of permits in Africa, licenses and taxes here in the U.S.—hunters have contributed significantly to conservation efforts on both public and private lands. But hunting’s critics question whether big game revenues really benefit local communities and whether hunting could ever be a humane way to maintain equilibrium and habitats. Is hunting wrong? Or are hunters conservationists?
  • Intelligence Squared: Presidential Power The Constitution provides that "All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States," and it goes on to grant Congress a robust-and fearsome-list of powers. With executive orders, administrative regulations, creative interpretations of federal statutes, and executive agreements with other nations, it may seem that the President, not Congress, is, in effect, wielding the most potent legislative power. Is Congress still the most powerful branch, or is this the era of the imperial presidency? Has the President usurped Congress's legislative power?
  • Interfaith Voices Interfaith Voices is an independent public radio show fostering interfaith understanding by providing engaging conversation about religion, across many traditions and beliefs. We explore how faith intersects with culture, public policy, and the news of the day. As the nation's only public radio show exclusively about religion, we are a vital source of knowledge about how religious belief shapes our world.
  • Jazz Music that is attractive to both people who like jazz casually and to people who are deeply passionate about jazz. Artists played: John Fedchock, Scott Hamilton, Clark Terry, Bob Sheppard, Gene Ludwig, Lois Deloatch, Arlene McDaniel, Andy Bey, Barry Harris, and Gary Burton, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Houston Person, Walt Harper (w/Ray Brown), Melody Gardot, John Brown, Wes Montgomery, Loston Harris, Paquito D'Rivera, Modern Jazz Quartet, Bill Charlap. And there you have it: great jazz names and classic performances blended with younger artists who belong there too.
  • Jazz
  • Living on Earth Living on Earth with Steve Curwood offers news, features, interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues.
  • Milk Street Radio
  • Morning Edition Every weekday for over three decades, NPR's Morning Edition has taken listeners around the country and the world with two hours of multi-faceted stories and commentaries that inform, challenge and occasionally amuse. Morning Edition is the most listened-to news radio program in the country.
  • NPR Politics Podcast Radio Special
  • NPR Special Coverage of the Hawaii, Idaho, Michigan, and Mississippi Primaries
  • NPR hosts Special Coverage of Super Tuesday
  • NPR hosts Special Coverage of the GOP South Carolina Primary
  • NPR hosts Special Coverage of the Iowa Caucuses
  • NPR’s Special Coverage of the Indiana Primary
  • NY 22 Debate
  • NY 22, Campbell Conversations with Kim Meyers and Claudia Tenney
  • NY Connect: Albany, Do We Have A Solution?
  • NY SD52
  • NY22 Debate
  • NY23 Congressional Debate from WETM TV
  • NY: Connect “Constitutional Convention, The Haley’s Comet of Change” We share the ABC’s of the process, a brief history and what New York voters will be asked to consider.
  • New Dimensions Featuring leading-edge thinkers, scientists, artists, healers, ecologists, spiritual leaders, and social architects in award winning, deep dialogues.
  • New Yorker Radio Hour The New Yorker Radio Hour is a weekly program presented by the magazine’s editor, David Remnick. Produced by The New Yorker and WNYC Studios.
  • Obama’s Years, Part Two “Obama’s Years, Part Two” In the second hour of this special coverage, Steve Inskeep sits down with President Obama at the White House to ask him how he thinks the country has changed during his presidency. Inskeep will also talk to the President about the thoughts, ideas and lives of the people Inskeep met during the reporting for this documentary.
  • On Point
  • On Point: Inauguration Special
  • On the Media While maintaining the civility and fairness that are the hallmarks of public radio, OTM tackles sticky issues with a frankness and transparency that has built trust with listeners.
  • PBS Newshour Debates: A Special Report
  • PRI's The World Each weekday, host Marco Werman and his team of producers bring you the world's most interesting stories in an hour of radio that reminds us just how small our planet really is.
  • Parliament Attack Coverage from the BBC
  • Piano Jazz Rising Stars Discover 13 legends in the making who are taking jazz into the 21st century.
  • Portfolio A weekly hour long radio documentary provided by producers including NPR, BBC and WSKG News
  • President Obama's Farewell Address
  • Prime Time Radio Prime Time Radio is a one-hour weekly interview program that focuses on the wide-ranging interests and concerns of Americans 40 and older.
  • Pulitzer100: Stories in Science Tom's River was just like any other small town in America-except that children were dying at very high rates. For Earth Day, With Good Reason speaks with Pulitzer Prize winning writer Dan Fagin, whose 2013 book, Tom's River: A Story of Science and Salvation tells the story of a how that small town fought against the pollution-and the polluters-killing their children. Fagin also discusses his current project, a book that follows the plight of the monarch butterfly as it tries to survive the very real changes that humans have brought to this planet.
  • Recap of the Senate Judiciary proceedings
  • Retro Cocktail Hour The Retro Cocktail Hour is a weekly hi-fi highball of vintage "bachelor pad" music, exotica, private eye jazz and eccentric, overstimulated pop music of the 1950s, '60s and '70s. The show's spiced with everything from obscure Italian B-movie soundtracks and bossa nova to contemporary bands like Don Tiki, the Tokyo Panorama Mambo Boys, Waitiki, the Tikiyaki Orchestra, the Italian Secret Service, Balanco and others.
  • Reveal Hidden stories, uncovered – that's what this show is about. It takes you deep inside stories that impact your world, revealing injustice and holding the powerful accountable.
  • Science Friday Science Friday is your trusted source for news and entertaining stories about science.
  • Senate Judiciary Comm. Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing Tuesday’s Special Coverage of the Senate Judiciary Hearing will be hosted by Ari Shapiro. He will be joined by NPR Legal Correspondent Nina Totenberg, Tom Goldstein, publisher of SCOTUSblog, and NPR Congressional Correspondent Ailsa Chang. NPR’s Special Coverage of the Senate Judiciary hearing will begin at 9:00 AM ET and continue until proceedings break for lunch, anticipated to be 90-minutes to 2-hours. We’ll pick back up when proceedings resume in the afternoon and we expect to follow them until they conclude for the day.
  • Senate Judiciary Comm. Gorsuch Confirmation Hearing
  • Special Coverage
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  • Special Coverage of the Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island primaries
  • Special Coverage of the Democratic National Convention
  • Special Coverage of the House Intelligence Committee hearing On Monday, March 20, the House Intelligence Committee is holding a hearing on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election. FBI Director James Comey and the director of the National Security Agency, Admiral Mike Rogers, are among those who are being called to testify.
  • Special Inauguration Coverage from BBC
  • Special Inauguration Coverage from the Takeaway
  • Takeaway Debate Rewind
  • Tech Nation The sole national weekly radio program on the impact of technology.
  • Ten More From David: A David Bowie Appreciation Paul Ingles and NPR Music's Ann Powers host a survey of the music of British musician David Bowie, who died January 10, 2016 of cancer at 69.
  • The BBC World Service
  • The Capitol Pressroom The Capitol Pressroom is a daily one-hour radio program broadcast from the Legislative Correspondents Association Pressroom on the third floor of the State Capitol in Albany. The show features interviews with important New York State newsmakers.
  • The Capitol Pressroom Weekend
  • The Documentary
  • The Newsroom
  • The PBS NewsHour Democratic Presidential Debate Just days after votes are cast in the New Hampshire Primary and the Iowa Caucuses, the PBS NewsHour Democratic Presidential Debate will broadcast live from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. NewsHour co-anchors and co-managing editors, Gwen Ifill & Judy Woodruff will moderate the live debate.
  • The People's Pharmacy Everything from home remedies to the latest breakthrough drugs.
  • The Rush: Digging Into Addiction The Rush: Digging Into Addiction hopes to shine some light on what addiction really is.The nation’s opioid addiction crisis has, in some quarters, led to a change in the public perception of addiction. More and more, policymakers are talking about substance abuse as a public health problem. However, there is a lot we still don’t know about how addiction works. This September, WSKG News takes a look at the life of an addicted person: how drug use affects them physiologically, what recovery looks like, and the new treatment methods communities might adopt in order to help them.
  • The Why Factor
  • Thirsty Planet Scientists say most people on Earth will first experience climate change in terms of water — either too much or too little. This documentary explores some of the most salient problems and solutions regarding water by visiting two countries where water issues are critical: India and Israel. A vast and ecologically diverse country, India suffers from water problems found across the globe: flooding, drought, pollution and lack of access by the poor. In Israel, a combination of cutting-edge technology and sweeping government policy has largely solved the nation's long struggle with water scarcity. But the benefits of abundant water are not shared equally throughout Israel and the West Bank.
  • Time of Useful Consciousness The impact of big corporations on society.
  • Travel with Rick Steves “Travel with Rick Steves” is a weekly radio conversation about travel, cultures, and the things we find around the world that give life its extra sparkle. Steves has become a leading authority on travel to Europe and around the Globe.
  • Under Her Skin: Living With Breast Cancer Over the last 30 years, researchers have documented a widening survival gap between black and white women diagnosed with breast cancer in the United States. In March 2014, one study found that black women diagnosed with breast cancer are, on average, 40 percent more likely to die than their white counterparts. With that dire statistic in mind, The Takeaway decided to look behind the numbers and hear from a range of African-American women diagnosed with the disease.
  • Weekend Edition Saturday Wraps up the week's news and offers a mix of analysis and features on a wide range of topics, including arts, sports, entertainment, and human interest stories.
  • Weekend Edition Sunday Interviews with newsmakers, artists, scientists, politicians, musicians, writers, theologians and historians.
  • WorldLink WorldLink brings you 60 jammed-packed minutes of personal tales from around the world - looking at the people behind the headlines.
  • 19th Congressional Debate
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