A reader’s companion to KRCB Television 22 & Radio 91 www.krcb.org Volume 10 - No.

7 July 2011

Friday, July 15 thru Sunday, July 17 & Friday, July 22 thru Sunday, July 24, 6:30 pm – 11 pm Nightly
Preview select items and bid online at www.krcb.org beginning July 1

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Contents

KRCB News …3 - 4 Television Articles …5 - 11 Auction …6 - 7 Radio Articles …12 - 15, 18 - 19 Radio Schedule …16 - 17 Membership … 20 TV Daytime Listings …21 Television Listings …22 - 28 Business Spotlight …31

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Board of Directors Patrick Campbell Steve DeLap Nancy Dobbs Paul Ginsburg John Kramer Josué López Margaret McCarthy Eric McHenry Robert Quail Rafael Rivero Harry Rubins David Stare Dr. Larry Slater Gordon Stewart KRCB’s Board and Community Action Council meetings are open to the public. Call the station for details on time and location. President & CEO Nancy Dobbs Chief Operations Officer Larry Stratton Radio Program Director Robin Pressman TV Broadcast Operations Stan Marvin News Department Bruce Robinson Cover – KRCB’s Annual Televised Summer Spree Auction - page 6

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in the news
KRCB is coming to the rest of the Bay Area
Tell your friends and family and anyone else who lives in the South Bay and the East Bay KRCB is coming! As of August 1, KRCB will be available on Comcast Cable’s digital service throughout the entire Bay Area! That means that cities throughout San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda, and Contra Costa Counties will at last be able to receive the great KRCB lineup. Thanks to our friends at KCSM and the support of Comcast staff, this significant expansion will double the KRCB audience. Think Mountain View, San Jose, Hayward and Pleasanton, and all points in between. Spread the word!

As a special treat for a jazz-loving bidder in KRCB’s Summer Spree Auction, we are pleased to offer a five-day music fan’s visit to New Orleans next fall. This extraordinary travel experience for two, taking place Oct. 5-9, 2011, includes events with notable jazz performers, including Ellis Marsalis, the premier modern jazz pianist of our time and the father of Branford and Wynton Marsalis, plus exclusive events at Preservation Hall, tours of Basin Street, and much more. A special highlight will be the keynote address by Ken Burns and chance to meet the celebrated documentary producer in-person. This rare auction item package also features premier hotel accommodations, meals, gratuities, service charges, local guides, admission fees, taxes and porterage. The KRCB Summer Spree Auction is live on the air, July 1517 and 22-24 Advance bidding opens July 4 at krcb.org/auction.

Jazz lovers, bid on this!

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KRCB in the community
Meet Calvin Johnson
Few behind-the-scenes jobs are more critical to a smooth-running organization these days than keeping our computers happy. That’s the job of Calvin Johnson, KRCB’s new IT (information technology) manager. This is a field in which he has been happily immersed since the early 1980s, when desktop computing began to make its way into small businesses. He plunged into list and records management, eagerly teaching co-workers along the way. For a time, Calvin was a network administrator for the Ukiah School District, where he was able to also teach some computing classes to elementary school students. Calvin came to KRCB following a six-year position with the Dry Creek Gaming Commission, the internal body charged with administering and operating the River Rock Casino near Geyserville. “It was a very fun job, but a high pressure job,” Johnson says, looking back. That’s a clear contrast with his key role here at Northern California Public Media, “a very worthy organization,” Calvin says, with “aspirations that are very closely aligned with mine.” In just a few months—filled with the trouble-shooting and problem solving that come with the job—Calvin has become an important, if little seen, member of the KRCB team. Which is just the way he likes it. “It is my great joy to help these people do what they need to do,” he smiles. “That’s very important to me.” Dear Member, You have read many times in these pages about KRCB’s own Natural Heroes, about which we are very proud. We are about to launch the fifth season with high hopes of continuing to build a significant national audience. Because KRCB is so much of the North Bay and Bay Area, folks sometimes forget that Natural Heroes is, in fact, a national series with over 50% of the American households now able to tune in thorough their local public station. In addition to Natural Heroes, KRCB provides a wide variety of other environmental programs, some of which have also been distributed nationally, and others available to the Bay Area. You can find Climate One on both KRCB Television and Radio. This excellent speakers series from the Commonwealth Club of California brings together top thinkers and doers from business, government, academia and advocacy groups to advance the discussion about a clean energy future. Bay Nature on the Air and Around the Bay with Will Travis feature our beautiful natural landscape and the challenges of rising sea levels. Lisa Friedenthal-Lee’s Don’t Throw That Away turns young people’s attention to trash, while KRCB and InCA Productions teamed up to produce Powering Up to feature simple changes we can make to significantly reduce our energy consumption. All reflecting KRCB’s commitment to our community and our world. Sincerely, Nancy Dobbs President and CEO

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Celebrate July 4th with KRCB TV 22
A Capitol Fourth
A Capitol Fourth, featuring musical performances by some of the country’s best known and award-winning musicians with the National Symphony Orchestra, is broadcast live from the West Lawn of the United States Capitol before a concert audience of hundreds of thousands, millions more at home, on National Public Radio and around the world to our troops on the American Forces Network. Bringing viewers the most spectacular fireworks display anywhere in the nation, the annual broadcast of A Capitol Fourth captures the pyrotechnics from every vantage point with 20 television cameras stationed around the city—including the U.S. Capitol, the White House, the Washington Monument and across the Potomac River. In tribute to America’s birthday, the show is capped off with Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture,” complete with live cannon fire provided by the United States Army Presidential Salute Battery. Monday, July 4 at 8 pm and repeats at 9:30 pm

Our Daytime Audience is Growing!
Every week, KRCB Television 22 delivers 32 hours of the best children’s programming on television. We don’t want your kids to watch more television. We want them to watch better TV! Support the one TV choice that kids, families and teachers trust for innovative, curriculum-based programs that are educational—and fun!

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Annual KRCB Televised Summer Auction

A Fundraising Benefit for KRCB - PBS/NPR in the North Bay

KRCB-TV, Channel 22 presents its annual, televised Summer Spree Auction for two full weekends:
Friday, July 15 thru Sunday, July 17 & Friday, July 22 thru Sunday, July 24, 6:30 pm Nightly Preview and Bid Online at KRCB.org beginning July 1, 2011 Participants include:

Ken Burns American Journeys – The Jazz Event. A one of a kind special event crafted by Tauck® in collaboration with Ken Burns and his co-producer Dayton Duncan and inspired by Jazz: A Film by Ken Burns. The Jazz Event is a 5 day, 4 night travel experience for two people taking place in New Orleans from October 5 - 9, 2011. The tour includes premier hotel accommodations, meals, and gratuities along with a Keynote address by Ken Burns and a chance to meet the award winning documentary producer in person. Boundless Journeys presents a Nine Day private tour of Bhutan for one. Business Week magazine rated Bhutan the happiest country in Asia. The truly peaceful Kingdom of Bhutan is a hidden Himalayan gem, a remarkable land whose well-preserved countryside, architecture, and culture make it seem lost in time. Inkaterra, presents an Eight Night package for two. This package will take you to Cusco, the Amazon, and to Machu Picchu and is a very special package created especially for KRCB. For over 30 years, Inkaterra has pioneered and promoted sustainable tourism in Peru. Viking River Cruises presents a Romantic Danube Holiday Cruise for two. During this Eight Day journey, encounter the grand cities and quaint villages along the celebrated Danube River. The Blakely New York offers Two Nights for two in a Deluxe Suite. The Blakely offers a preferred mid-Manhattan address and is within walking distance of the high-end fashion of Fifth Avenue, Central Park, Broadway, and more. Your stay will be in a deluxe suite, with continental breakfast and Wi-Fi included.

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Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas presents a Two Night stay for two. The Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, is part of CityCenter, located at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip and the first centrally located, nongaming, luxury hotel. Your stay will be in a Cityscape Room, an oasis of oriental charm, overlooking the modern architecture of City Center and Las Vegas. Radisson Hotel Fisherman’s Wharf, presents Three Nights for two with parking. You’ll be centrally located in the heart of Fisherman’s Wharf with great dining, shopping and activities. Jamul Haven presents Six Nights for two. Jamul Haven is a luxury Victorian Bed & Breakfast in the foothills outside of San Diego. This exclusive B & B Resort offers five-star hotel amenities and service without the crowds, all within 20 minutes of downtown San Diego. Hotel Pacific, Monterey presents Three Nights, Mid-Week for two. This boutique hotel is located in downtown Monterey, just a few minutes from Cannery Row. Hotel Pacific is an authentic, Spanish-style adobe and offers luxury all-suite accommodations. Marquis Los Cabos offers Three Nights Ocean View Junior Suite for two. Marquis Los Cabos is a spectacular luxury resort overlooking the crystal blue waters of the Sea of Cortez. The Ridge Tahoe provides Three Nights in a Two Bedroom Suite for up to six guests. The Ridge Tahoe is a unique alpine resort with amazing views of Lake Tahoe and the Carson Valley. Four Seasons Resort Maui at Wailea presents Four Nights for two with Ocean View Room.

The Kahala Hotel and Resort presents Four Nights for two in a one bedroom Ko’olau partial ocean view lanai suite. Wharf Master’s Inn in Point Arena presents Seven Nights for up to six at the Wharf Master’s House including the East Lake Suite. The Whale Watch Inn, Gualala, presents a One Night stay for two; six of this item will be available.

All these items and much more, venues for every occasion and budget, await viewers and online bidders during the annual televised KRCB Summer Spree Auction presented for two full weekends: July 15 - 17 and July 22 - 24 from 6:30 pm – 11 pm. Bid and preview online at KRCB.org beginning July 1, 2011.

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Great Performances at the Met presents new operas
The only continuing primetime performance showcase on American television, Great Performances presents a diverse programming portfolio of classical music, opera, popular song, musical theater, dance, drama, and performance documentaries. With its programs garnering 64 Emmy Awards and four George Foster Peabody Awards, the series has received every major television honor. Armida This mythical story of a sorceress who enthralls men in her island prison has inspired operatic settings by a multitude of composers, including Gluck, Haydn, and Dvořák. Renee Fleming stars in the title role of Rossini’s version, opposite no fewer than six tenors. Wednesday, July 6 at 8 pm Don Pasquale Anna Netrebko stars as Norina, the irresistible and clever romantic heroine of Donizetti’s comic opera Don Pasquale. James Levine, in his first-ever performance of this opera, conducts a cast that also features Matthew Polenzani as the lovelorn Ernesto, Mariusz Kwiecien as the duplicitous Dr. Malatesta, and John Del Carlo as the title character. Renowned Austrian director Otto Schenk returns to the Met to direct the first revival of his production. Wednesday, July 13 at 8 pm Boris Godunov Rene Pape takes on one of the greatest bass roles in a new production by Stephen Wadsworth. Valery Gergiev conducts Mussorgsky’s epic spectacle that captures the suffering and ambition of a nation, with Aleksandrs Antonenko, Vladimir Ognovenko, and Ekaterina Semenchuk leading the huge cast. Wednesday, July 20 at 8 pm Don Carlo Director Nicholas Hytner makes his Metropolitan Opera debut with this production of Verdi’s profound, beautiful and most ambitious opera. Roberto Alagna leads the cast. Ferruccio Furlanetto, Marina Poplavskaya, Anna Smirnova, and Simon Keenlyside also star. Yannick Nezet-Seguin conducts. Wednesday, July 27 at 8 pm

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Climate One forum from Commonwealth Club
Charge It? What is the business model for supplying electrons to electric vehicles? Where should chargers be placed? Who should decide: policymakers or companies? Are charging companies dependent on subsidies? What do automakers think should happen? Are utilities ready for the load? A conversation with entrepreneurs in the juice business. Rob Bearman, Director, Global Alliances, Utilities and Energy, Better Place; Mike DiNucci, VP of Strategic Accounts, Coulomb Technologies; Jay Friedland, Legislative Director, Plug In America; & Jonathan Read, CEO, ECOtality. Sustainable Urbanism with Peter Calthorpe How should the climate imperative change community design? What is sustainable urbanism? Will the federal and state governments make long-term investments in public mobility when they are in such dire fiscal straits? What are China and other countries doing to build smarter cities from the beginning? Join us for a conversation with one of the fathers of new urbanism. Peter Calthorpe, Founder, Calthorpe Associates; Author, Urbanism in the Age of Climate Change. Sunday, July 24 at 11 am

PBS Helps Kids Realize Their Potential
According to the latest Roper Public Affairs and Media survey, the American public has rated PBS the most educational media brand and the undisputed leader in children’s programming. Here are some other interesting statistics: • More than 21 million children watch PBS KIDS on TV, and more than 20 million engage with PBS KIDS online each quarter. (Nielsen NTI and Google Analytics) • PBS is the #1 source of TV and online content used by pre-K teachers in the classroom. (Frunwald Study) • For the 12th year in a row PBS Kids won more Emmy awards for children’s programs than any other media company. • Children from low-income families who watched as few as two episodes of Super Why! scored 46% higher on standardized tests than those who did not watch the program. (University of Pennsyvania Annenberg School for Communiction) • PBS KIDS offers nine literacy series and 15 series on science, technology, engineering, and math. • PBSKIDSPlay.org was named the winner of the 2009 Teachers Choice Awards for the family. • Preschoolers from low-income communities who participated in PBS KIDS’ mediarich curriculum outscored their peers who did not participate in the curriculum on all tested measures of early literacy. (Education Development Center and SRI International).

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What’s new on Television 22
Afropop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Tony-winning actress Anika Noni Rose hosts the new season of Afropop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange, the innovative documentary series on contemporary life, art and pop culture in the African Diaspora. Four films introduce powerful stories: African boxers journey across the Atlantic to match their skills against the best in the world; a teenage girl travels to Ghana and an expatriate from Sierra Leone returns to his homeland, each hoping to dispel prevailing myths about the two countries; and, Hurricane Katrina victims find themselves refugees in their own country. Thursdays at 8 pm

Celebrating its 24th season on PBS, POV features the work of the best independent documentary filmmakers from America and around the world. Airing Thursdays at 9 pm during the summer, with primetime specials during the year, POV has brought more than 300 award-winning documentaries to millions nationwide. July 7 – The Most Dangerous Man In America: Daniel Ellsberg The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers is a tale told by Ellsberg with a who’s who of Vietnam and Watergate-era figures. July 14 – Kings of Pastry Sixteen chefs, including Jacquy Pfeiffer, co-founder of Chicago’s French Pastry School, whip up the most gorgeous, delectable, gravity-defying concoctions and edge-of-your-seat drama as they deliver their spun-sugar desserts to the display table. July 21 – My Perestroika My Perestroika is an intimate look at the last generation of Soviet children. Five classmates go from living sheltered childhoods to experiencing the hopes of Gorbachev’s reforms and the confusion of the USSR’s dissolution to searching for their places in today’s Moscow. July 28 – Sweetgrass This film presents a poetic portrait of the American West just as one of its traditional ways of life dies out. Shot amidst the grandeur of Montana’s Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, Sweetgrass follows the last modern-day cowboys to lead their flocks of sheep up into the breathtaking and often dangerous mountains for summer pasture.

POV returns for the summer

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What’s new on daytime TV
The American Woodshop Brings new woodworking innovations into home shops everywhere as heirloom projects are recreated. Shaker furniture, turned stools, hope chests and display cabinets are just the beginning of this season’s tour of woodworking treasures. Scott and Suzy Phillips team up to create fine family heirlooms for everyone. All made with beautiful American woods. Sundays at 3 pm and repeats Thursdays at Noon Pati’s Mexican Table Pati’s Mexican Table brings authentic Mexican flavors, colors, textures and warmth into American kitchens. In each episode, chef, cooking teacher and food writer Pati Jinich embarks upon an exciting and entertaining culinary adventure, where each dish serves as a point of departure into Mexico’s rich history and culture. Fridays at 12:30 pm beginning July 15 Ucook! with Chef Bob Chef Bob Waggoner is one of the leading culinary masters in the southeast and is one of many Charleston chefs who have been finalists for multiple James Beard Awards in recent years. Ucook! features Chef Bob’s award-winning cuisine and offers classic dishes along with contemporary cooking techniques with simple instruction so that the viewer truly can prepare delicious entrees quite simply. In each show, Chef Bob will teach the “Average Joe” food guest the techniques and art of gourmet cooking, paired with wines. This appeal to “the every person” is a unique approach. Wednesdays at 12:30 pm beginning July 27

PBS Kids program lineup
7:00 8.00 8:30 9:00 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 Weekdays Sesame Street Sid the Science Kid Curious George Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! Clifford the Big Red Dog Cyberchase Arthur WordGirl Fetch! - Mon - Th Anne of Green Gables - Fri The Electric Company Saturdays Los Niños en Su Casa-SP Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!-SP Clifford-SP Cyberchase-SP Angelina Ballerina Thomas & Friends Bob The Builder Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 11:00 A Place of Our Own 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30
Cyberchase (Spanish)

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Harmonia pleases every Early Music fan
July 3 – Retrospective: Early Music America Competition Winners, pt. 1 This week we mark the 25th anniversary of Early Music America with a look at its past competition winners. Part one of two looks at the accomplishments of Ensemble La Rota (rt), Asteria, and the Catacoustic Consort. Plus, Jordi Savall and Le Concert des Nations perform in a featured release of music from the time of Louis XV. July 10 – Music from Colonial America Psalm settings. Fiddle tunes. Shape-note hymns. Ballads that tell of everything from murder and mayhem to home and true love. What do these all have in common? You might have heard any or all of them in the homes, churches, taverns, and theaters of the North American colonies around the time of the American Revolution and the period just following. July 17 – You Gotta Have (Renaissance) Love Harmonia asks the age-old question: “What is love?” and finds some answers in love songs from the Renaissance by composers Luzzaschi, Crecquillon, Henry VIII, and Senfl. Performers include Doulce Memoire, the Egidius Kwartet, Alamire, and Andrew Lawrence King. July 24 – Peter Phillips and the Tallis Scholars Peter Phillips joins us to talk about the Tallis Scholars’ recording “Lamentations of Jeremiah,” Gary Cooper leads the New Chamber Opera Ensemble in music from the Gresham Autograph, and L’Arpeggiata is featured in the release “Via Crucis.” July 31 – Retrospective: Early Music America Competition Winners, pt. 2 In part two of the retrospective, we look at the accomplishments of the Concord Ensemble, Masques, and Plaine & Easie. Plus, Jordi Savall continues his exploration of traditional music from Scotland and Ireland in the featured release Celtic Viol II. Sundays at 9 am

Flashback celebrates a sideman

Easily the most accomplished and widely heard pianist of the rock and roll generation, Nicky Hopkins remains a name known mostly to those who read the fine print on album jackets and in CD booklets. Yet his versatile playing is heard on hundreds of iconic songs by the Rolling Stones, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, the Kinks, Steve Miller Band and many others. In addition to sampling an array of these, we’ll also feature an interview with the author of the new biography, And On Keyboards…Nicky Hopkins. Tuesday, July 5 at 7 pm

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Sundry selections on Saint Paul Sunday
July 3 – Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra The first guests whom Saint Paul Sunday (then known as Saint Paul Sunday Morning) welcomed into its studio are the same performers you’ll hear this week: the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. On that inaugural broadcast, which aired in March of 1981, the SPCO joined forces with the Dale Warland Singers for an all-Bach program. This week, discover again why this orchestra of soloists is an American musical treasure. They’ll bring us music from a vibrant trio of composers—a Haydn symphony, a Schubert rondo, and two of Astor Piazzolla’s vivid Porteno. July 10 – eighth blackbird performs Rzewski This week eighth blackbird brings us two works—Frederic Rzewski’s Les Moutons des Panurge and Fred Lerdahl’s Fantasy Etudes—showing us how eighth blackbird’s assorted textures can interact in countless different ways. The blackbirds animate both with characteristic brilliance and verve as they do the two works that complete their program—Derek Bermel’s Tied Shifts and Ashley Fure’s Inescapable. July 17 – Imogen Cooper Pianist Imogen Cooper returns to Saint Paul Sunday this week for music of Haydn, Schumann, and the final movement of Thomas Ades’s Traced Overhead, a work of otherworldly beauty which she commissioned herself. In quite different ways, each of the works demands awesome technical virtuosity and great emotional agility— powers Ms. Cooper possesses in abundance. July 24 – REBEL performs Mozart, Telemann This week the masterful performers of REBEL plunge into Baroque repertoire with all the freedom and zest their name implies. They trace its development from early origins in Mozart and Bach through and beyond Georg Philipp Telemann’s thrilling stylistic juxtapositions. We’ll also hear lesser known pearls of Francesco Mancini and Johann Joachim Quantz. July 31 – Guarneri String Quartet performs Mozart, Ravel, Dvořák The Guarneri String Quartet returns to Saint Paul Sunday with works by Mozart, Dvořák and Ravel that reveal the heart and soul of this revered ensemble. Each composer’s distinct voice shines, but refracted through a sound and mastery wholly the Guarneri’s own. Sundays at 11 am

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Hear Lisa See on A Novel Idea

Lisa See is an author beloved by many KRCB listeners. Rosemary Manchester, host of A Novel Idea, was able to schedule an interview with Lisa as she begins an extensive national tour for her brand new book, Dreams of Joy. The story takes Joy, whom readers will remember from See’s earlier book, Shanghai Girls, to China in 1957. She becomes a part of Mao’s Great Leap Forward, and readers will be right there with her as she goes off to Green Dragon Village in the interior of China. In related news, Lisa See’s novel Snow Flower and the Secret Fan has been filmed in China, and is scheduled for release in the U.S. later this month. Hear Lisa See on A Novel Idea on Wednesday, July 13, at 7 pm.

The Play’s the Thing on Saturday nights

July 2 – The Caine Mutiny Court Martial, by Herman Wouk A Navy lieutenant is on trial for mutiny aboard the USS Caine. But as details of that day come to the surface, a very different picture begins to emerge. Herman Wouk’s classic play offers a captivating account of the slippery nature of truth in times of war—and the ways in which justice itself can be anything but clear-cut. July 9 – Fifth of July, by Lanford Wilson It’s one of the great dysfunctional family vacations as members of the Talley clan gather at their ancestral home in Lebanon, Missouri to celebrate Independence Day, and to spread their Uncle Matt’s ashes. As the visit goes on, they reveal their dreams, disappointments, and hilarious eccentricities. July 16 – Once in a Lifetime, by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, adapted by Chris Hart In October 1927, Warner Brothers debuted The Jazz Singer. Talking pictures were born, and Hollywood had to adapt in a hurry. Those wild days of the transition to talkies were a gold mine of material for two of the era’s leading wordsmiths, George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, who scored a big Broadway hit with this screwball comedy. July 23 – Antigone, by Jean Anouilh, translated by Christopher Nixon In 1943, the French playwright Jean Anouilh adapted Antigone, the classic Greek story of familial love, justice, and retribution as a parable for the Second World War. In Anouilh’s play, the tidy ends of Greek tragedy are undermined by the moral ambiguities of war…and the steadfast pursuit of vengeance threatens to consume both the victor and the vanquished. July 30 – God’s Man in Texas, by David Rambo As the aging founder of the giant Rock Baptist Church in Houston comes under pressure to step down, the search for his successor becomes a struggle over faith and fundraising. The broadcast includes a piece about the influence of real-life megachurches in America. Saturday night at 6 pm and midnight

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Wal-Mart, Cities and Salmon on Climate One this month

July 7 – Wal-Mart: Force of Nature or Greenwashing? After teaming up with Blu Skye Sustainability consultant and renowned river guide Jib Ellison, former WalMart CEO Lee Scott retooled the world’s largest retailer into the world’s largest proponent of sustainable business practices. For profits? For public relations? For mother Earth? The company is pursuing cleaner trucks, healthier food, slimmer product packaging and a host of other initiatives. It wants to squeeze carbon and costs from every product on its shelves and is encouraging its 2.1 million employees to walk the walk with their own personal sustainability plans. This is having a profound impact on Wal-Mart’s 100,000 suppliers, and has prodded other industries to approach sustainability as a potential boon to their bottom lines instead of a cost. Has the unlikely partnership between a river guide and a CEO sparked a business sustainability revolution? July 14 – Sustainable Urbanism, Part 1 How should the climate imperative change community design? What is sustainable urbanism? Will the federal and state governments make long-term investments in public mobility when they are in such dire fiscal straits? What are China and other countries doing to build smarter cities from the beginning? Peter Calthorpe, author of Urbanism in the Age of Climate Change, and one of the fathers of new urbanism offers his perspective. July 21 – Sustainable Urbanism, Part 2 What are cities in the Bay Area and beyond doing to focus growth around existing downtowns and transit? How will California’s new land use law (SB 375) change incentives for land development? Will walkable cities really become reality? How does the federal preference for highway funding impact California’s vision for low-carbon communities? What turf battles prevent greater regional collaboration among various Bay Area agencies? A conversation about land and mobility in a carbon-constrained world. July 28 – Salmon Odyssey The fight to restore salmon runs in the Pacific Northwest involves billions of dollars in public funds and politicking all the way up to the White House. This spring, a federal judge is expected to hand down a decision that will shape federal salmon policy in the Columbia River Basin. What impact will that decision have on the area’s ecosystems and economies? Can any lessons be applied to the fierce confrontations between fisherman, farmers and environmentalists in California? Thursdays at 7 pm

Whale Nation on WordTemple

“In the water, whales have become the dominant species/without killing their own kind.” This month’s WordTemple features English poet, playwright and actor Heathcote Williams reading his green classic, Whale Nation, the first of three book-length poems by Williams on environmental themes. Part poetry, part natural history and part ecologic statement with gorgeous musical accompaniment, Whale Nation is a hymn to the beauty, intelligence and majesty of the largest mammal on earth. WordTemple airs Wednesday, July 20 at 7 pm

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with Liane Hansen hARMONIA Early Music ThE ChOIR LOFT Bob Worth, Dan Solter, Steve Osborn Anthony Martin & Jenny Bent ST. PAuL SuNDAy SuNDAy CLASSICS Classical music from KRCB-FM John Katchmer, Shafiq Spanos & John Lounsbery FROM ThE TOP

ThIS AMERICAN LIFE with Ira Glass WEST COAST LIVE Sedge Thomson hosts music & guests live from San Francisco CuRTAIN CALL Charles Sepos OuT OF ThE BOx Shafiq Spanos (New classical releases) ThISTLE & ShAMROCK Celtic Music OuR ROOTS ARE ShOWING Folk & acoustic music with Robin Pressman & Steve DeLap

ALL ThINGS CONSIDERED - NPR NEWS ThE PLAy’S ThE ThING Radio theater from LA Theatre Works LE ShOW Music & satire from Harry Shearer MOuThFuL Food & wine with Michele Anna Jordan OuTBEAT SALON GLBT Radio NEW DIMENSIONS RADIO OPEN SPACE DISTRICT John Katchmer ECLECTICA Paul Timberman & Mr. Bad Rules NIGhT TRAVELER
Linda Coffin

ThIS AMERICAN LIFE with Ira Glass RhyThM & ROOTS Mark Nicholas BEyOND RED ShOES RODEO & BACK Michele Anna Jordan Hillary Culhane (5th Friday) MuSIC SPECIALS

JAzz CONNECTIONS Chuck Sher, Ric Mancuso, Toby Gleason, & Larry Slater the Jazz MD ThE PLAy’S ThE ThING (Repeat) BLuES BEFORE SuNRISE

hOLy COW! Richard Wisinski

SPACE/TIME Paul E

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Spoken Word ARTS & IDEAS Another Voice A Novel Idea Curtain Call Fresh Air Le Show New Dimensions Radio Reel Time Film Reviews The Play’s the Thing This American Life West Coast Live Word By Word WordTemple Poetry COMMUNITY CONCERNS Climate One Lectures Democracy Now! Jim Hightower Mouthful North Bay Report Outbeat Salon Sonoma Spotlight Mostly Music CLASSICAL The Choir Loft From the Top Harmonia Midday Classics Opera Sunday Out of the Box Performance Today Saint Paul Sunday Sunday Classics FOLK, AMERICANA & MORE Your Average Abalone E-town Fiddlin’ Zone Freight Train Boogie On the Road Again Our Roots Are Showing Thistle & Shamrock Something Completely Different INTERNATIONAL Crossing Borders FREE-FORM FM Beyond & Back Connections Flashback Holy Cow! Kaleidoscope Left of the Dial Mindy’s Mix Percussion Discussion Pillow Storm Radio Free Sonoma Rare & Well Done Red Shoes Rodeo Space/Time JAZZ, BLUES, R&B Blues Before Sunrise Jazz Connections Rhythm & Roots TECHNO & TRANCE Eclectica Night Traveler Open Space District

Lofty Music on Sunday Mornings

Every Sunday morning at 10, Sonoma County’s very own choir lofters bring you the best in choral music. July 3 – Americana Celebrate the Fourth with some American thirds, fifths and other intervals. Hosted by Bob Worth. July 10 – Mahler songs More from Gustav’s (rt) inexhaustible pen. Hosted by Dan Solter. July 17 – Top Secret Slip on your decoder ring and tune in for a program so unique, so compelling, so rich with gravitas, we can barely fathom it ourselves, much less try to convey it to you. Hosted by Anthony Martin. July 24 – Missa Sanctissimae Trinitatis A wondrous late mass by Jan Dismas Zelenka, the Bohemian Bach. Hosted by Steve Osborn. July 31 – Music of Austri Choral works by several generations of Austrian composers including Haydn, Schubert and Wolf. Hosted by Jenny Bent. Sundays at 10 am

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Enlightened entertainment on E-town
July 4 – Ralph Stanley & His Clinch Mountain Boys / Ramblin’ Jack Elliott The legendary Ralph Stanley & His Clinch Mountain Boys take the stage, sharing songs from Ralph’s 60+ years as a performer of bluegrass, old-time, and roots music. And long-time, “hard travelin’” Ramblin’ Jack Elliott (rt) joins us as well. July 11 – BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet / Ben Kweller Cajun masters BeauSoleil are back. Bob Dylan said about their sound, “That’s my kind of music!” Acclaimed indie-pop singer/songwriter Ben Kweller also joins us. July 18 – Indigo Girls / Nathaniel Rateliff We welcome back Indigo Girls Emily Saliers and Amy Ray to Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, CO. Also on the program, up-andcoming singer/songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff and his band. July 25 – DeVotchKa / Joe Purdy Eclectic rocker group DeVotchKa honed their skills on stages around Colorado before achieving international success with the movie soundtrack for the indie movie Little Miss Sunshine. Up-and-coming singer/songwriter Joe Purdy stops by as well for his first appearance on the show. Mondays at 7pm

Outbeat lives on Sunday evenings

July 3 – Living Proof co-hosts and wives, Dr. Dianna Grayer and Sheridan Gold, celebrate Independence Day talking to guests about freedom. Their guests share their personal stories involving being a straight couple, having kids, going through transition, becoming lesbians, and staying together! July 10 – Greg Miraglia hosts a summer gay dance party with three decades of dance club music. Hang up your disco ball! July 17 – Outbeat Collage - Out in the Arts. Hosts Mikala Kennan and Gary Carnivele will chat with Theater Director Buzz Bense about Pegasus Theater’s current production Avow. Jason Perdue from the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival will be here to talk about the organization’s “Best in the Fest” program’s July 22 screening of Out in Silence. Also the Arts & Entertainment Calendar. July 24 – Outbeat Now! Jeff Basham and Greg Miraglia with the latest news and information about the LGBT community in the North Bay. On Outbeat Youth, Miraglia talks with Jason Galisatus about his role in coordinating the LGBT Youth Summit at Aragon High School. Greg will also be joined by Nathan Manske, the creator of “imfromdriftwood. com,” an innovative website now capturing stories from LGBT communities around the world. July 31 – Outbeat Forum - How to get involved and make a difference. Sunday nights at 8 pm

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A message from Membership
Did you know that you don’t have to wait for a membership drive to continue or enhance your relationship with KRCB? You are always welcome to contact us at 707-584-2018 or join us at our website at www.krcb.org. Membership is by far our largest and most reliable source of revenue and your continued association with KRCB truly does make a difference. The funding you provide makes possible all the wonderful programming you’ve come to appreciate on KRCB. Thank you so much for being a part of our KRCB family.

KRCB Volunteer of the Month – Mary Moore-Campagna
This past year we’ve featured volunteers who have been with KRCB for five years or more. This month we take time out to make an exception for an exceptional volunteer who, in the relatively short time she has been with us, has spent many hours volunteering her time in both radio and television. Mary Moore-Campagna has done everything from staying late to help clean up after our live auctions to operating the radio board very early on Sunday mornings (and sometimes late into the evening). She’s created technical manuals, PowerPoint presentations, and was an active participant in the KRCB Future Search Conference last summer. It all started over a year ago when Mary thought she would like to help organize the CD library. As it happened, she arrived during a membership drive and we needed help answering the phones. Mary jumped right in and started registering new and returning members of KRCB, welcoming them as if she’d been working for the station for years. When Radio Program Director Robin Pressman asked Mary if she was willing to come in to the studio and invite listeners to call in their pledge live on the air, she readily agreed (later she confessed that she “never met a microphone she didn’t like”). In addition to volunteering at KRCB, Mary and her husband Gus are also very active in the Northwestern Pacific Railroad Historical Society and the Northwest Folklife Society. We can’t thank Mary enough for all that she’s done for KRCB. She can always be counted on to be here when she’s made a commitment and last but not least, everyone appreciates her positive outlook on life and upbeat spirit. If you would like to learn more about volunteering at KRCB, contact Cheryl Scholar at 707-584-2005.

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MONDAY 6:00 Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches 6:30 Classical Stretch 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Sid the Science Kid 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 9:30 Fons & Porter Love of Quilting 10:00 Quilting Arts 10:30 Learn to Read 11:00 Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews 11:30 Second Opinion 12:00 Hometime 12:30 Taste This! 1:00 Nature 2:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog 2:30 Cyberchase 3:00 Arthur 3:30 WordGirl 4:00 Fetch! 4:30 The Electric Company 5:00 Newsline 5:30 PBS NewsHour 6:30 Deutsche-Welle Journal TUESDAY 6:00 Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches 6:30 Power Yoga 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Sid the Science Kid 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 9:30 Knitting Daily 10:00 Sew It All 10:30 GED Connection (English) 11:00 Wider World 11:30 Healthy Body, Healthy Mind 12:00 Ask This Old House 12:30 Simply Ming 1:00 NOVA 2:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog 2:30 Cyberchase 3:00 Arthur 3:30 WordGirl 4:00 Fetch! 4:30 The Electric Company 5:00 Newsline 5:30 PBS NewsHour 6:30 Deutsche-Welle Journal WEDNESDAY 6:00 Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches 6:30 Wai Lana Yoga 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Sid the Science Kid 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 9:30 Beads, Baubles and Jewels 10:00 Art Through Time: A Global View 10:30 Piano Guy 11:00 America’s Heartland 11:30 Bake, Decorate, Celebrate 12:00 This Old House
[repeats Sat. at 4 pm] [repeats Thurs. at 1:30 pm] [repeats Sat. at 6 pm]

12:30 Avec Eric (7/27 - Ucook! with Chef Bob) 1:00 Invitation to World Literature 1:30 Signing Time! 2:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog 2:30 Cyberchase 3:00 Arthur 3:30 WordGirl 4:00 Fetch! 4:30 The Electric Company 5:00 Newsline 5:30 PBS NewsHour 6:30 Deutsche-Welle Journal THURSDAY 6:00 Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches 6:30 Wai Lana Yoga 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Sid the Science Kid 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 9:30 Around the House with Matt and Shari 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 Sewing with Nancy GED on TV (Spanish) 13 Wonders of Spain Travelscope American Woodshop Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends Biz KID$
[repeats Sat. at 5:30 pm] [repeats Sat. at 12:30 pm] [repeats Sat. at 1:30 pm]

4:30 The Electric Company 5:00 Asia Biz Forecast 5:30 PBS NewsHour 6:30 Deutsche-Welle Journal SATURDAY 7:00 Los Niños en Su Casa (Sp) 7:30 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! (SP) 8:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog (Sp) 8:30 Cyberchase (Sp) 9:00 Angelina Ballerina 9:30 Thomas and Friends 10:00 Bob the Builder 10:30 Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 11:00 A Place of Our Own 11:30 To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 12:00 Design Squad 12:30 Biz KID$ 1:00 Paint This w/Jerry Yarnell 1:30 Around the House with Matt and Shari 2:00 Best of the Joy of Painting 2:30 Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac 3:00 Woodwright’s Shop 3:30 Ask This Old House 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 Bake, Decorate, Celebrate Hey Kids, Let’s Cook! Food Kids Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends 6:00 Simply Ming 6:30 Vine Talk SUNDAY 8:00 Ideas in Action with Jim Glassman 8:30 Maria Hinojosa One-On-One 9:00 McLaughlin’s One on One 9:30 Consuelo Mack: Wealth Track 10:00 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly 10:30 Between the Lines 11:00 (7/3 -Cotsen Children’s Library) (7/10- Hispanic Lifestyles) (7/17 - Snapshots) (7/24 - Climate One) (7/31- Hispanic Lifestyles) 11:30 World Business 12:00 Motorweek 12:30 Inside Washington 1:00 European Journal 1:30 Scully the World Show 2:00 America’s Heartland 2:30 California’s Gold, Green, Water, Golden Parks, Communities, & Golden Fairs 3:00 American Woodshop 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30
[repeats Thurs. at noon] [repeats Tues. at noon]

1:30 Piano Guy 2:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog 2:30 Cyberchase 3:00 Arthur 3:30 WordGirl 4:00 Fetch! 4:30 The Electric Company 5:00 Newsline 5:30 PBS NewsHour 6:30 Deutsche-Welle Journal FRIDAY 6:00 Priscilla’s Yoga Stretches 6:30 Wai Lana Yoga 7:00 Sesame Street 8:00 Sid the Science Kid 8:30 Curious George 9:00 Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! 9:30 Creative Living 10:00 Martha’s Sewing Room 10:30 Living Smart 11:00 Rudy Maxa’s World 11:30 Ciao Italia 12:00 Victory Garden 12:30 Cooking Odyssey (7/15 - Pati’s Mexican Table) 1:00 B Organic with Michelle Beschen 1:30 Sit and Be Fit 2:00 Clifford the Big Red Dog 2:30 Cyberchase 3:00 Arthur 3:30 WordGirl 4:00 Anne of Green Gables
[repeats Sun. at 4 pm]

This Old House

Creative Living Garden Smart Growing a Greener World Victory Garden P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home Red Green
[repeats Sat. at 7:30 pm] [repeats Fri. at noon]

[repeats Wed. at noon]

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overplowed southern plains, turning bountiful wheat fields To the Manor Born into desert. Disease, hardship Consuelo Mack: Wealthtrack and death followed, yet the Inside E Street: When I’m 65 majority of people stayed on, McLaughlin Group steadfastly refusing to give up Natural heroes: Cascade on the land and a way of life. if Light In the arctic, some 9:00 David Suchet on the Orient adventures make the spirit Express: A Masterpiece dance. Discover perpetual light Special Takes us across the and the spectacle of arctic life Europe of today and reaches with a group of friends from into bygone eras. With glaman urban culture who follow our, insight, charm, beautiful a river to the Arctic Ocean. photography and fascinating They learn that awareness, characters, Suchet leads us not crisis, must define our on an epic journey on an relationship with the rest of iconic train through a series of the natural world. And how the romantic cities and stunning greatest journey is where the scenery. land takes us within ourselves. 10:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Poirot 9:30 Ebert Presents at the x: Murder on the Orient Movies Express David Suchet stars 10:00 PBS Newshour as suave Belgian super sleuth 11:00 Charlie Rose Hercule Poirot in this mystery 12:00 Democracy Now! * based on the novels by Agatha 1:00 Best of KRCB * Christie. When the train becomes caught in a snow2 SATURDAY drift and a passenger is found 7:00 America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated: Great Glazed Chicken 7:30 Red Green Show: Foster Child 8:00 Lawrence Welk Show: hawaii 9:00 Austin City Limits: Robert Earl Keen/hayes Carll Presents Texas singer/songwriters with Robert Earl Keen and Hayes Carll. Veteran Keen precedes up-and-comer Carll. brutally murdered mid-voyage, 10:00 Live from the Artists Den: the famous Belgian detective Grace Potter and the is called upon to investgate Nocturnals the crime and find the cuprit. 11:00 Theater Talk 11:30 Best of KRCB * 11:30 Red Dwarf: Ouroboros 1:00 Best of LINK TV * 12:00 Best of KRCB * 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 7:00 Antiques Roadshow: Washington, DC - hour Three 8:00 Surviving The Dust Bowl: American Experience They were called “Black Blizzards,” dark clouds reaching miles into the sky, churning millions of tons of dirt into torrents of destruction. For ten years beginning in 1930, dust storms ravaged the parched and

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7:30 Growing Bolder: Dreams Come True 8:00 Nature: Victoria Falls Cutting across the Zambezi River, bridging the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe, Victoria Falls is the largest waterfall in the world. In the dry season, this awesome force of nature divides two

natural worlds—the tranquil meandering river above the cascade, and the raging abyss of the gorge below. 9:00 Jimmy Tingle’s American Dream Jimmy Tingle’s American Dream is a tour de force of comedy, commentary and conversation with some of America’s most iconic personalities and social critics, as well as family, friends and total strangers as they speak up and speak out on the American Dream. 10:00 PBS Newshour 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Democracy Now! * 1:00 Best of LINK TV *
[repeats 7/11 at 1 pm)

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7:00 Out of Ireland 7:30 My Generaton: Never Out of Style 8:00 A Capitol Fourth (see page 5) 9:30 A Capitol Fourth 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Democracy Now! * 1:00 Best of LINK TV *

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7:00 Last of the Summer Wine 7:30 Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick: Esmeraldo Santiago (Author) Conquistadora

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8:00 Great Performances at the Met: Armida (see page 8) 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Democracy Now! * 1:00 Best of LINK TV *

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7:00 As Time Goes By 7:30 The Artist Toolbox: Jason Alexander Join host John Jacobsen in the beautifully-

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remodeled Saban Theatre in Los Angeles as he attempts to crack up classic funny-man Jason Alexander, perhaps best known as George Costanza from the ground- breaking sitcom, Seinfeld. While having such a successful show often typecasts actors for the rest of their careers, Alexander talks about breaking the mold and forging a career based on craft, training and ambition. 8:00 Afropop: The ultimate Cultural Exchange: The Fighting Spirit Boxing is show business with blood—a tough sport known for finding its top competitors in the poorest 8:00 Inside E Street: Diagnosis: Scam 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Natural heroes: The Story of Stuff A fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns. The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, and calls us together to create a more sustainable and just world. 9:30 Ebert Presents at the Movies 10:00 PBS Newshour 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Democracy Now! * 1:00 Best of KRCB * as a “sheer blank.” Three years later, only six survivors returned, with a daunting story of shipwreck, starvation, mutiny and cannibalism. Masterpiece Mystery! Poirot x: Appointment with Death While on holiday in Syria, Poirot finds himself drawn into a murder investigation located at an archaeological site on the brink of making a major discovery. With no shortage of suspects, from family members to fellow tourists, only Poirot can unearth the truth. Buddha of the Piano: Leopold Godowsky Antonio Iturrioz’s film gives us the highlights of Godowsky’s busy, peripatetic career, shares his thoughts about music and life, and summarizes his achievements as pianist, arranger, composer and teacher. The film unfolds against a backdrop of Godowsky’s own luxuriant, highly original and legendarily difficult music. Best of KRCB * Best of LINK TV *

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7:00 America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated: Chicken and Rice–Indian–Style 7:30 Red Green Show: What A Dump 8:00 Lawrence Welk Show: From Polkas to Classics 9:00 Austin City Limits: Rosanne neighborhoods. Bukom, a tiny Cash/Brandi Carlile Great district in Ghana’s capital city voices and songs combine of Accra, is one such locale. with Rosanne Cash and Brandi Grounded in a long cultural Carlile. Cash presents tunes tradition of wrestling that, from her C&W tribute album over the years, developed The List. Brandi Carlile follows into boxing, the tiny fishing with genre-spanning tunes village trains young people to from Give Up the Ghost. fight—and win. Bukom has 10:00 Live from the Artists Den: produced up to five percent Robert Plant and the Band of the world’s champion and of Joy Olympic medal boxers. The 11:00 Theater Talk Fighting Spirit tells the story of 11:30 Red Dwarf: Duct Soup three fighters from Bukom— 12:00 Best of KRCB * two men and a woman—as they battle their way to the 10 SUNDAY glittering rings of Europe and 7:00 Antiques Roadshow: the United States to compete Wichita, KS - hour Two for the biggest prizes in the 8:00 Greely Expedition: American business. Experience In 1881, 25 men 9:00 POV: The Most Dangerous led by Lieutenant Adolphus Man In America: Daniel Greely sailed from the harbor Ellsberg (see page 10) of St. John’s, Newfoundland. 11:00 Charlie Rose Their destination was Lady Franklin Bay in the high Arctic, 12:00 Democracy Now! * where they planned to collect 1:00 Best of LINK TV * a wealth of scientific data from 8 FRIDAY a vast area of the world’s 7:00 To the Manor Born surface that had been 7:30 Consuelo Mack: Wealthtrack described by a British admiral

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7:00 Out of Ireland 7:30 My Generation: Resolve to Solve 8:00 NOVA: Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives Mark Oliver Everett, better known as E, is the lead singer of U.S. cult band the EELS. What most of his fans don’t know is that Mark’s father, Hugh Everett III, was one of America’s top quantum physicists. In 1957, Hugh Everett came up with a revolutionary theory that predicted the existence of

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parallel universes. The idea quickly seeped into popular culture, but only recently has it been accepted by mainstream physicists. The film follows the wry and charismatic Mark, who had been estranged from his father, as he travels across America to learn about the father he never knew. It is only by entering the paradoxical world of quantum mechanics that Mark can hope to understand why he was such a stranger to his own father. 9:00 under Our Skin: A health Care Nightmare In the 1970s, a mysterious and deadly illness began infecting
[repeats Tuesday at 1 pm]

12:00 Democracy Now! * 1:00 Best of Link TV *

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7:00 After you’ve Gone 7:30 Growing Bolder: Passion for Living 8:00 Nature: The Beauty of ugly We may think we know what is beautiful and what isn’t, but in the natural world, beauty can be many things—including what we might find completely repulsive. Not only can the bizarre be attractive, it can also provide just the edge a creature needs to succeed in a difficult environment. From frogfish and hagfish to naked mole rats and elephant seals, from vultures and warthogs to proboscis monkeys and the ugliest bug in Oklahoma, the program shows how and why ugly can be beautiful, even when it isn’t pretty. 9:00

7:00 Last of the Summer Wine 7:30 Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick: Dr. Judith Prager (Psychologist) Verbal First Aid 8:00 Great Performances at the Met: Don Pasquale (see page 8) 10:30 Journey for Good: Tanzania Six women leave their friends and family behind to travel across the world to Tanzania. There, they embark on a lifechanging journey, one which combines adventure travel and hands-on volunteer work. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Democracy Now! * 1:00 Best of LINK TV *
[repeats Sunday at 10:30am]

children in a small town in Connecticut. Today it’s a global epidemic. A gripping tale of microbes, medicine & money, Under Our Skin: A Health Care Nightmare exposes the hidden story of Lyme disease. Following the stories of patients fighting for their lives, the film reveals with beauty and terror a natural world out of balance and a human nature all too willing to put profits before patients. 10:30 Fit Kids, healthy Families A half-hour program that focuses on the critical threat to children’s health posed by childhood obesity. The fastpaced program provides information on how and why childhood obesity has risen to become a major issue. The program also provides valuable information to children and parents on making wise nutritional and exercise choices to help insure a lifetime of healthy habits. 11:00 Charlie Rose

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7:00 As Time Goes By 7:30 The Artist Toolbox: David Garrett Come and listen to the [repeats 7/18 at 1 pm) gypsy strings of the dazzling Over 90 and Loving It ProDavid Garrett, whose violin can files an inspirational group of conquer the classical work people in their 90s and 100s of composers such as Bach who continue to lead full and and Chopin as effortlessly, as passionate lives. The docugracefully, as old-world Rusmentary introduces a wide sian folk music, as well as range of engaging characters the more contemporary —from a legendary folk singer sounds of Metallica and Led to a senior Olympian to a New Zeppelin. 8:00 Afropop: The ultimate Cultural Exchange: Desert Bayou In the wake of one of the worst natural and humanitarian disasters ever to hit American shores, the U.S. government airlifted nearly 600 African Americans to the almost entirely white state of Utah…without their knowledge. Desert Bayou examines whether two cultures—one black, one white—can come together in a time of utter York City taxi-cab driver. Each chaos or whether their interviewee offers pearls differences prove too great a of wisdom about achieving challenge to overcome. and sustaining a happy life, 9:00 POV: Kings of Pastry regardless of age. (see page 10) PBS Newshour 10:30 Great American Seafood Charlie Rose Cook-Off III America’s finest Democracy Now! * chefs showcase their seafoodBest of LINK TV * preparation skills in The Great American Seafood

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Cook-Off III. In 2010, 14 book Musicophilia. We travel accomplished and up-andaround the globe to meet peocoming chefs from throughout ple like Tony Cicoria, who was the United States gathered in struck by lightning and was New Orleans to compete in the suddenly inspired to become Great American Seafood Cooka pianist; and Matt Giordano, Off. The event emphasizes the who uses drumming to alleviimportance of cooking with ate his severe Tourettes. NOVA local, domestic seafood even peers deep into the brain and encourages the use of of Dr. Sacks himself, in a rare products from sustainable glimpse of what makes minds fisheries. musical. [repeats Tuesday at 1 pm] 11:00 Charlie Rose 9:00 Lord Is Not On Trial here 12:00 Democracy Now! * Today This program tells the 1:00 Best of LINK TV * personal story behind one 15 FRIDAY of the most important and 6:30 KRCB Summerspree Auction land-mark First Amendment You can be the high bidder cases in U.S. history, the case on unique Summer Spree that established the separation experiences! This year, KRCB of church and state in public literally takes you around the schools. The film recounts world with amazing vacation what plaintiff Vashti McCollum packages and fun activities for later described as “three years the whole family. of headlines, headaches and 11:00 Charlie Rose hatred,” but which eventually 12:00 Democracy Now! * led to a decision that still resonates in the church-state 1:00 Best of KRCB * battles of today—more than 16 SATURDAY 60 years after the original 6:30 KRCB Summerspree Auction decision in McCollum v. Board Bid to win on travel packages of Education. from Hawaii, Continental 10:00 PBS Newshour Europe, Mexico, the Carib11:00 Charlie Rose bean, and much more! 12:00 Democracy Now! * 11:00 Theater Talk 1:00 Best of LINK TV * 11:30 Red Dwarf: 19 TUESDAY 12:00 Best of KRCB * 7:00 After you’ve Gone 17 SUNDAY 7:30 Growing Bolder: American 6:30 KRCB Summerspree Auction Spirit The Silver and Gold Boards 8:00 Nature: The Gorilla King close tonight! Tune in for the In 1974, famed primatoloopportunity to bid on amaz gist Dian Fossey introduced ing Summer Spree packages, a young researcher named fun activities for the family! Kelly Stewart to a gorilla 11:00 Ebert Presents at the family. Stewart, daughter of Movies actor James Stewart, was the 11:30 Best of KRCB * first to see a tiny new baby 1:00 Best of LINK TV * gorilla. She named him Titus, and her journal entry began 18 MONDAY the up-close observation of 7:00 Out of Ireland his life that researchers have 7:30 My Generaton: healthy continued to this day. Connections [repeats 7/25 at 1 pm) 8:00 NOVA: Musical Minds 9:00 Southern Belle Although the NOVA investigates the extraorCivil War ended 145 years dinary impact music can have ago, the spirit of rebellion lives on the human brain, through on in the South, even in the case studies from neurolosomething as innocent as a gist Dr. Oliver Sacks’ latest

summer camp. Southern Belle takes an insider’s look at the 1861 Athenaeum Girls’ School in Columbia, TN, where the antebellum South attempts to rise again. Every summer, young women ages 14 to 18 eagerly sign up to transform themselves into the iconic and romantic image of Southern identity, the Southern belle, receiving instruction in etiquette, penmanship, art, music, dance and social graces. 10:00 PBS Newshour 11:00 In the Life: Art, culture, issues, and news of the gay and lesbian community. 11:30 hawaii: Roots of Fire Hawaii: Roots of Fire goes down below the Hawaiian Islands in a search for the hidden forces that drive the planet’s largest and most active volcanic system. The film follows earth scientists as they work among the volcanoes of the Big Island of Hawaii, pursuing clues and compiling evidence in a

quest to shed new light on the mysterious inner Earth process that has been producing giant volcanoes in the middle of the Pacific Ocean for more than 75 million years. 12:00 Democracy Now! * 1:00 Best of LINK TV *

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7:00 Last of the Summer Wine 7:30 Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick: Andy Williams (Singer) Moon River and Me 8:00 Great Performances at the Met: Boris Godunov (see page 8) 11:30 New Madrid Seismic zone: Rumblings of Imminence Nearly 200 years ago a series of earthquakes emanating
[repeats Sunday at 10:30 am]

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from the midwest rocked the entire eastern half of the North American continent. This event represents one of the largest releases of seismic energy anywhere in the world during the last 25,000 years. Starting on December 16, 1811 the region around what is now New Madrid, Missouri experienced 3 - 5 earthquakes estimated to be around 8.0 in magnitude. Throughout the next year over 2000 shocks were recorded before the fault finally settled. Many of these ‘aftershocks’ measured between 5 and 6 on the richter scale. 12:00 Democracy Now! * 1:00 Best of Link TV *

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project in Atlanta, Georgia, 17-year-old Sylvia Dorsey feels frustrated by the drug abuse and violence surrounding her. Black to Our Roots shares the inspirational story of the journey Sylvia takes to explore her ancestral home in Ghana in an attempt to escape the cycle of violence and poverty of her Atlanta neighborhood. POV: My Perestroika (see page 10) Doumar’s: A Recipe for Success A profile of the start of an American icon - the ice cream cone and its legacy. Host Cathy Lewis talks with the nephew of the man credited by the Smithsonian Institution with the creation of this beloved treat. Its legacy, Doumar’s Restaurant, has been a staple in the Hampton Roads community for more than 70 years. Charlie Rose Democracy Now! * Best of LINK TV *

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7:00 Out of Ireland 7:30 My Generaton: Secrets of Money 8:00 NOVA: Space Shuttle Disaster On February 1, 2003, the space shuttle Columbia disintegrated over Texas just 16 minutes before it was due to land. All seven astronauts aboard perished and the implications for the future of the space shuttle program were enormous. What caused the Columbia tragedy? An engineering flaw? A failure within NASA? A lack of financing? Could this catastrophe have been avoided? Through interviews with astronauts and their families, as well as with members of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board, Space Shuttle Disaster gives viewers a new look at the Columbia tragedy—and at NASA itself.
[repeats Tuesday at 1 pm]

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9:00 Atlantic Crossing: A Robot’s Daring Mission Visionary KRCB Summerspree Auction oceanographer Scott Glenn New Silver and Gold boards leads a team of passionate open tonight! Be the high and daring scientists as they bidder on highly sought-after Summer Spree vacation packages from across the globe. Charlie Rose Democracy Now! * Best of KRCB *

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7:00 As Time Goes By 7:30 The Artist Toolbox: Isabel Allende Join host John Jacobsen in the lush Marin County home of Isabel Allende, the most widely-read writer in the Spanish language, whose eighteen books have been translated into almost as many languages as exist on the planet. 8:00 Afropop: The ultimate Cultural Exchange: Black to Our Roots Black to Our Roots is a testament to the power of change. Living in a housing

6:30 KRCB Summerspree Auction Bid to win on travel packages from Hawaii, Continental Europe, Mexico, the Caribbean, and much more! 11:00 Theater Talk 11:30 Red Dwarf: 12:00 Best of KRCB * 6:30 KRCB Summerspree Auction The “do not miss” last night! Viewers can expect exceptional Summer Spree vacation packages with something for every one. 11:00 Ebert Presents at the Movies

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race against time to launch the first autonomous underwater robot across the vast and dangerous Atlantic Ocean. Destined for Spain, the 8-foort bright yellow robot named RU27, or “Scarlet,” is launched off the coast of New Jersey. Throughout her journey, data collected by Scarlet is fed into oceanographic navigation and forecasting models. Engulfed by the powerful ocean, our robot hero faces extreme weather conditions, ship traffic and aggressive sea life that

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Primetime Listings for July
can terminate her mission. With limited power and never before tested hardware, Scarlet faces daunting challenges. Fighting currents and storms, she breaks world records. PBS Newshour Charlie Rose Democracy Now! * Best of LINK TV * 1:00 Best of LINK TV *

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7:00 Last of the Summer Wine 7:30 Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick: Elaine hall (Autism Coach) Now I See The Moon 8:00 Great Performances at the Met: Don Carlo (see page 8) 12:00 Democracy Now! * 1:00 Best of LINK TV *
[repeats Sunday at 10:30 am]

7:00 After you’ve Gone 7:30 Growing Bolder: Never Give up 28 8:00 Nature: In The Valley of the 7:00 Wolves As the first wolves 7:30 reintroduced into Yellowstone, the Druids are the most celebrated wolf pack in North America. New pioneers in the wilderness, they were at the heart of a massive scientific experiment to restore an entire ecosystem that began to break down without its wolves. Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Bob Landis spent over three years with these remarkable wolves, creating a spectacularly dramatic and intimate record of their lives, their great battles with rival wolf packs, and the changing fortunes of the coyotes and foxes who share their home range in Yellowstone’s beautiful Lamar Valley.

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ists, the visitors confront their own stereotypes and fantasies of Africa while shattering the Sierra Leoneans’ perception of America as a “second heaven.” 9:00 POV: Sweetgrass (see page 10) 10:30 Teen Romance: What’s Risky, What’s Not? Teens have the dominant voice in Teen Romance: What’s Risky, What’s Not? They define romance and friendship in what

As Time Goes By The Artist Toolbox: John Legend Get a taste of the performance chops of six-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist John Legend with host John Jacobsen.

More than just good looks and what Legend has called a ‘presumptuous’ name, Legend’s innate musical ear [repeats 8/1 at 1 pm) and talent for fusing his early 9:00 CSI On Trial When does solvgospel influences with hiping a crime become a crime? hop, jazz and even classical An innocent man confessed to music, has found him working murder and forensic evidence with top names. supported his confession. The 8:00 Afropop: The ultimate Culreal killers confessed, but they tural Exchange: Moving to were ignored by the police. the Beat Moving to the Beat Across the nation, criminal explores how youth in Africa convictions are being and the United States use hip overturned due to either hop music to communicate incompetence or deliberate— with one another and as a lanmisconduct in crime labs. How guage for social change. The did Nebraska’s foremost CSI documentary follows Rebel fall under suspicion of faking Soulz, a hip hop group from evidence? CSI on Trial follows Portland, Oregon, as they what went wrong in Nebraska journey to Freetown, Sierra and what we can learn from Leone to bring the radical this tragedy. roots of American hip hop to 10:00 PBS Newshour the motherland of Africa. In the 11:00 Charlie Rose process of collaborating and 12:00 Democracy Now! * interacting with the local art-

they regard as healthy and unhealthy relationships. The film is specifically oriented toward the mental health side of relationships, not the physical risks. Students advise their peers on sex, “friends with benefits,” jealousy, and love on the Internet. They talk candidly about setting boundaries, proper ways to communicate, how to break up, and most importantly, how to recognize and deal with difficult situations. 11:00 Charlie Rose 12:00 Democracy Now! * 1:00 Best of LINK TV *

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7:00 To the Manor Born 7:30 Consuelo Mack: Wealthtrack 8:00 Inside E Street: When I’m 65 - Change Agents 8:30 McLaughlin Group 9:00 Natural heroes: Brower youth Awards Meet six extraordinary young people who are recognized for their outstanding activism and achievements in the fields of environmental and social justice advocacy. 9:30 Ebert Presents at the Movies

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10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 PBS Newshour Charlie Rose Democracy Now! * Best of KRCB * dead, leading Poirot to team up with crime novelist Ariadne Oliver in order to solve one of the most baffling cases of his career. 10:30 Living with Fragile x The documentary is meant to reveal a new view of those in our society who are traditionally considered “flawed” or “abnormal”. Who decides what’s normal? Because an affected by fragile X syndrome. Fragile X is the leading cause of inherited mental disability and the leading known cause of autism. 11:30 Best of KRCB 1:00 Best of LINK TV *

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7:00 America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated : All-Time Cookie Favorites 7:30 Red Green Show: Winston’s Wedding 8:00 Lawrence Welk Show: Songs By Johnny Mercer 9:00 Austin City Limits: Elvis Costello/The Band of heathens Songwriting genius Elvis Costello returns to ACL to showcase songs from his latest, Americana-influenced record Secret, Profane and Sugarcane. Austin’s rootsy songwriting collective the Band of Heathens follows. 10:00 Live from the Artists Den Squeeze 11:00 Theater Talk 11:30 Red Dwarf: Epideme 12:00 Best of KRCB * 7:00 Antiques Roadshow Wichita, KS - hour Three 8:00 Civilian Conservation Corps: American Experience In March 1933, within weeks of his inauguration, President Franklin Roosevelt sent legislation to Congress aimed at providing relief for the one out of every four American workers who were unemployed. He proposed the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) to provide jobs in natural resource conservation. Over the next decade, the CCC put more than three million young men to work in the nation’s forests and parks, planting trees, building flood barriers, fighting fires and maintaining roads and trails. 9:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Poirot x: Third Girl Poirot finds he cannot ignore the pleas of a young heiress when she approaches him with the bizarre claim that she may be a murderer. Soon the heiress’ childhood nanny is found

television network that broadcasts unseen documentaries from around the world, the best of World Music videos, and current affairs programming.

* Available on Cable and Satellite only * Link TV is an independent

Program listings are accurate at the time of printing. For late
individual is different from you and me, should he or she be “fixed”? Living with Fragile X takes a rare and intimate look at the lives of several families who live with a member

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The majority of our prime time programs are closed captioned.

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