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Sunday 1



6PM 13 Austin City Limits Roseanne Cash performs. (s)

2 Heritage

6:30 2 Raising America’s Children

7:00 13 Nature: Bonebreaker’s Mountain A journey high into the Spanish Pyrenees to examine wildlife such as the bonebreaker. Related to both eagles and vultures, this scavenger survives by eating bones, (cc) (s) (R 7/5, 1 p.m.. 7/7, 9 a.m.)

2 Joseph Campbell: Transformations of Myth Through Time The famous mythologist presents his special insights into how myths reconcile humans to the mysteries of life.

8:00 13 Masterpiece Theatre: The Charmer, Part 5 Gorse is drafted into military service, but decides not to return from furlough after he manages to change identities with a dead officer. (cc)

2 Contrary to Love: The Risks of Recovery Dr. Patrick Carnes concludes the series by exploring the risks associated with recovery, which include loneliness and vulnerability.

9:00 13 Masterpiece Theatre: The Charmer, Part 6 Gorse’s latest conquest suspects his change of identity, forcing him to take desperate measures to escape his pursuers. (cc)

2 South American Journeys: Inca Cola British journalist Jack Pizzey visits the ruins of the once-mighly Incan empire and tells of the handful of Spaniards who destroyed it.

10:00 13 The Good Neighbors

2 Spirit of Place

10:30 13 Are You Being Served?

11:00 13 Yes, Prime Minister

11:30 13 The Slack Adder

12:00 13 Allo, Allo



Monday 2



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Mustang! (R 7/3, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Autograph With Marilyn MacKay

6:30 13 World of Survival: The Island of Gannets

2 MotorWeek ’90 John Davis hosts.

7:00 13 The Cousteau Odyssey: Riders of the Wind In a historic voyage, Jacques Cousteau and his crew set sail from France to complete a Tur-bosail crossing of the Atlantic.

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Bill Moyers’ World of Ideas: Conquering America With Bharati Mukherjee The journalist talks to this Indian author winner of the 1988 National Book Critics Circle Award for her book of short stories, The Middleman.

:*00 13 Movie 13: A More Perfect Union: America Becomes a Nation A return to 1786, 10 years after the signing of the Declaration of Independence, when James Madison. George Washington and Benjamin Franklin led a political battle to create a new form of government and mold the states into a nation. (R 7/4, 11 p.m.)

2 The MacNell/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m on 13)

9:00 2 Great Performances: Tales From the Hollywood Hills: Natica Jackson Michelle Pfeiffer, Brian Kerwin and Hector Elizondo star in John OHara’s compelling portrait of a young actress who falls in love with a married man. (cc)

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Nova: A Man, a Plan, a Canal, Panama (cc)

12:00 13 Lucky Number: Compulsive Gambling

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Road to Singapore (1940)



Tuesday 3



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Prairie Dog Town (R 7/4, 6:30 a.m.)

2 America’s Testament (R 7/7, 8 a.m.)

6:30 13 World of Survival: Water Under the Earth

7:00 13 Horizons: To Engineer Is Human An analysis of how the disastrous collapse of the Kansas City skywalks, which killed 114 people, occurred.

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 America’s Challenge

8:00 13 Nova: Mystery of the Master Builders A tour of some of the most beautiful structures on earth, including Notre Dame and St. Paul’s Cathedral, with Princeton professor Robert Mark to explore the buildings’ architectural techniques. (R 7/6, 2 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 Frontline: Shakespeare Mystery Who really wrote the greatest plays in the history of the English language? Experts beg to disagree in this controversial program (cc) (R 7/8, 5 a.m.)

2 Romantic Brahms With Pinchas Zuckeman and Marc Neikrurg A performance of a Brahms duet by Zukerman and Neikrug combined with a documentary on the life of the 19th-century composer.

10:00 13 The MscNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 POV: Metamorphosis What do men really want? According to this documentary-to be a woman.

12:00 13 Belts Davis: The Benevolent Volcano

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Road to Zanzibar (1941)



Wednesday 4



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Baboons (R 7/5, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Survival Spanish (R 7/7, 9 a.m.)

6:30 13 World of Survival: The Handsome Killers

2 Survival Spanish (R 7/7, 9:30 a.m.)

7:00 13 A Capital Fourth 1990 Celebrate our nation’s birthday wilh this 11th annual Fourth of July concert from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, hosted by E.G. Marshall Henry Mancini stars with Mstislav RosifOpovich conducting the National Symphony Orchestra, as hundreds of thousands gather to picnic and enjoy the music and fireworks. (s)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Golden Land Wolf Blitzer. the Jerusalem Post’s Washington correspondent, hosts this series about Israel’s history and lifestyles.

8:00 2 The MacNell/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

8:30 13 The Congress Filmmaker Ken Burns takes a look at this complicated and vital American institution, which has often been misunderstood by the American public.

9:00 2 Moyers: in Search of the Constitution: 1987 v. the Constitution Bill Moyers examines the use of mandatory drug testing of employees by corporations and the enormous growth of computer technologies that are invading citizens’ privacy.

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Movie 13: A More Perfect Union: America Becomes a Nation

1:00 13 Todays Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Road to Morocco (1942)

Thursday 5



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: African Antelope (R 7/6 6:30 a.m.)

2 GED on TV

6:30 13 World of Survival: Wild Wood of Caledon

2 GED on TV

7:00 13 Adventure: A Tramp In the Darien A tourney to the dense jungle between Panama and Colombia. SEASON PREMIERE (cc)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Life Matters: Bust Cancer Dr Norman Kaplan hosts this KERA production, focusing on a Michigan woman who is recovering from this frighteningly common disease – and the prospects for its cure.

8:00 13 Okelenokee An unforgettable trip to the swamp in the Southeastern U.S. gives a glimpse into a mysterious world of alligators, bears, deer and rare birds (R 7/6, 1 p.m.)

2 The Macneil/Lehrer NewsHour (R midnight on 13)

9:00 13 Mysteryl: Rumpole of the Bailey: Rumpole’s Last Case The temptation to escape from the frustrations of his work and domestic crises becomes too great for Rumpole to resist. (cc) (R 7/9, 2 p.m.)

2 American by Design

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Murder Most English: The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Road to Utopia (1945)



Friday 6



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: The Beaver (R 7/9, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Growing a Business

6:30 13 News Addition Bob Ray Sanders hosts KERA’s weekly new-analysis program. (R 7/8 12:30 p.m.)

2 Computer Chronicies

7:00 13 Washington Week in Review Paul Duke hosts. (cc) (R 7/7, 6 a.m.)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 13 Wall Street Week Louis Rukeyser hosts. (cc) (R 7/8, 10:30 a.m.)

2 Bodywatch (cc)

8:00 13 Evening at Pops: Tribute to Bing With Perry Como A tribute to the legendary star and crooner Bing Crosby, followed by Count Basie trumpeter Byron Stripling’s salute to Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong. (s) (R 7/10, 2 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 American Masters: Preston Sturges A look at the career and artistry of this director of such classic movies as “The Lady Eve.” The documentary examines Sturges’ witty and urbane style, and includes interviews with Joel McCrea, Betty Hutton and other stars. SEASON PREMIERE (cc)

2 Market to Market

9:30 2 Adam Smith’s Money World

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Blake’s 7

12:00 13 American Patchwork: Jazz Parades Hosted by Alan Lomax, this five-part series explores American regional song, dance, story and celebration. PREMIERE

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Ghost Breakers (1940)



Saturday 7



6PM 13 Nathalie Dupree’s Matters of Taste

2 Academic Varsity Bowl High school students compete for scholastic honors in this KDTN production hosted by Chip Beall.

6:30 13 This Old House Steve Thomas hosts. (cc)

2 DeGrassi High (cc) (D)

7:00 13 The New Yankee Workshop Norm Abram hosts. (cc)

2 special Presentation

7:30 13 Wild America: Birds of Peace (cc)

8:00 13 Movie 13: The Sunshine Boys (1975) George Burns and Walter Matthau star in this adaptation of a Neil Simon play about two feuding vaudeville comedians who reunite.

2 All Creatures Great and Small: Plenty to Grouse About Tuberculosis, parasites and a lot of red tape-but a vet’s life must go on.

9:00 2 Civilisation: Heroic Materialism In the time it took to complete gothic cathedrals in Europe. New York produced new architectural visions modeled on commerce.

10:00 13 Dr. Who: Face of Evil

2 American Playhouse: Sunday In the Park With George (s)

11:30 13 Star Cops: An Instinct for Murder A cei-fi series about police work in the year 2027 PREMIERE

12:30 13 Alive From OH Center from hula to house-dancing, from postcards to poetry, this performance-arts senes sends out a global mix of unique television performances with its new summer season. SEASON PREMIERE



Sunday 8



6PM 13 Austin City Limits Dwight Yoakum performs. (s)

2 Heritage

6:30 2 Special Presentation

7:00 13 National Audubon Specials: Sea Turtles: Ancient Nomads An examination of ihe history, migratory habits and adaptat.on of these fascinating creatures. (cc) (s) (R 7/12, 1 p.m.)

2 Joseph Campbell: Transformations of Myth Through Time The famous mythologist presents his special insights into how myths reconcile humans to the mysteries of life.

8:00 13 Baby Panda Rare footage documents astory seldom seen on television – thefirst eight months in the life of a baby panda at theMadrid Zoo. (R 7/12, 2 p.m)

2 Contrary to Love: The Risks of Recovery

9:00 13 Masterpiece Theatre: Piece of Cake, Part 1 An exciting and moving dramatization about the lives and tragedies of a group of pilots fighting in the first year of World War II In this first episode, the 12 young Royal Air Force pilots are off to France to face an intimidating enemy.

2 South American Journeys: The Frustrated Colossus Jack Pizzey explores what went wrong in Argentina – once one of the richest countries m the world – which has now fallen on hard times.

10:00 13 The Good Neighbors

2 Spirit of Place

10:30 13 Are You Being Served?

11:00 13 Yes, Prime Minister

11:30 13 The Black Adder

12:00 13 Allo, Allo

Monday 9



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Hyenas (R 7/10, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Autograph With Marilyn MacKay

6:30 13 World of Survival: The Clown Prince

2 MotorWeek ’90 John Davis hosts.

7:00 13 Hanson’s Place A tribute to the late Muppel creator Jim Henson.2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Bill Moyers’ World of Ideas: A Wilness to History With William Shirer, Part 1 Moyers talks to the author of The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich.

8:00 13 The Cousteau Odyssey: Calypso’s search lor Atlantis, Part 1 Cousteau explores the warm waters of the Bahamas to seek answers to one of the world’s great unsolved mysteries -the legendary disappearance of a continent.

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 The Cousteau Odyssey: Calypse’s Searth tor Atlantis, Part 2 Cousteau zeroes in on the volcanic islands of the Aegean Sea, questioning whether the now-desolate island of Thera could be the site of this lost civilization.

2 Gnat Performances: Tales From the Hollywodd Hills: A Table at Ciro’s Darren McGavin and Stella Stevens star in this story by Budd Schulberg about a studio head who gives a party and discovers that everyone around him wants a favor. (cc)

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Smiley’s People

12:00 13 Smiley’s People

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: The 39 Steps (1935)



Tuesday 10



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: The Mink Pond (R 7/11, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Special Presentation

6:30 13 World of Survival; Paradise Regained

2 Special Presentation

7:00 13 Horizon: Secret of the Snake Disliked and feared by most people, snakes really are not the villains they’re presumed to be.2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:00 2 America’s Challenge

8:00 13 Hove: Echoes of War The story of radar, which may have been responsible for the Allies victory in World War II (cc) (R 7/13. 2 p.m, 7/16, 11:10 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NomHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 Frontline: Poison and the Pentagon The military is America’s largest producer of toxic waste Frontline invesligates the Pentagon’s poor record of cleaning up its own pollution (cc) (R 7/15, 5 a.m.)

2 A Jumpin’ Night in the Garden of Eden An entertaining look at klezmer music, which has traditionally been played at Eastern European Jewish weddings and other celebrations.

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Smitey’s People

12:00 13 Smlley’s People

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: The Lady Vanishes (1938)

Wednesday 11



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Sea Lion! (R 7/12, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Survival Spanish (R 7/14, 9 a.m.)

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 Survival Spanish (R 7/14, 9:30 a.m.)

7:00 13 Live From Lincoln Center: The Mostly Mozart Festival Pianist Alicia de Larrocha performs Mozart’s “Piano Concerto in C.” and Werner Klemperer, Frances Ginsberg and Sally Woll are highlighted in a concert version in English of Mozart’s one-act comic opera, “The Impresario.” (s)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Golden Land Wolf Blitzer, the Jerusalem Post’s Washington correspondent, hosts this series about Israel’s history and lifestyles.

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 Man-Made America: Figure In a Landscape With J.B. Jackson A Portrait of American vernacular analyst J. B. Jackson.

2 Moyers: In Search of the Constitution: Mr. Justice Powell Bill Moyers interviews the Supreme Court Justice whose “swing” vote was often critical to momentous decisions that divided the high court.

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Smiley’s People

12:00 13 Smiley’s People

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Secret Agent (1936)



Thursday 12



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: A Tale of Two Foxes (R 7/13, 6:30 a.m.)

2 GED on TV

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 GED on TV

7:00 13 Adventure: Fishing the Himalayas Join anglers John Bailey and Paul Boole as they begin their search for the mighty “mahseer,” one of the world’s greatest sporting freshwater fish. (cc)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Life Matters: Diabetes Dr Norman Kaplan hosls this KERA production focusing on diabetes, which can cause blindness, amputation and death – but. if properly treated. can allow those who have it to lead productive lives.

8:00 13 Mysteryl: Return of Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four, Part 1 Holmes is challenged by a battling adventure involving four men bound by a deadly secret, a wronged heiress, a crippled convict and a savage pygmy. (cc) (R 7/16, 1 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R midnight on 13)

9:00 13 Mysteryl: Return of Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four, Part 2 (cc) (R 7/16, 2 p.m)

2 America by Design

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Special Presentation

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Lifeboat (1944).



Friday 13



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Deadly American Snakes (R 7/76, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Growing a Business

6:30 13 News Addition Bob Ray Sanders hosts KERA’s weekly news-analysis program. (R 7/15, 12:30 p.m.)

2 Computer Chronicles

7:00 13 Washington Week in Review Paul Duke hosts. (cc) (R 7/14, 6 a.m.)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 13 Wall Street Week Louis Rukeyser hosts. (cc) (R 7/15. 10:30 a.m.)

2 Bodywatch (cc)

8:00 13 Evening at Pops: A Salute to the Music of John Williams Director Steven Spielberg and singer Maureen McGovern join in this tribute to the works of this composer. (s) (R 7/17, 2 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 American Masters: John Cassavetes An examination of the life and works of this gifted Amencan director, whose films included Husbands and Woman Under the Influence. Cassavetes’ craft is illuminated through interviews with members of his ensemble group, such as Peter Falk and Ben Gazzara. (cc)

2 Market to Market

9:30 2 Adam Smith’s Money World

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Blake’s 7

12:00 13 American Patchwork: Cajun Country

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: The Cat People (1942)



Saturday 14



6PM 13 Nathalie Oupree’s Matters of Taste

2 Academic Vanity Bowl High school students compete lot scholastic honors in this KDTN production hosted by Chip Beall.

6:30 13 This Old House Steve Thomas hosts. (cc)

2 DeGrassi High (cc) (D)

7:00 13 The New Yankee Workshop Norm Abram hosts. (cc)

2 Special Presentation

7:30 13 Wild America: Birds of Prey (cc)

8:00 13 Movie 13: The Grapes of Wrath (1940) Henry Fonda. Jane Darwell and John Carradine star in this superb film directed by John Ford about an Oklahoma family forced to start over in California after the disasters of the dust bowl.

2 All Creatures Great and Small: Charity Begins at Home James and Helen adopt an extremely sociable cat who attends meetings, film shows and lectures – just to be with people.

9:00 2 Civilisation

10:00 2 American Playhouse: Long Day’s Journey Into Night

10:10 13 Dr. Who: Robots of Death

11:40 13 Star Cops: Conversation With the Dead

12:30 13 Alive From Off Center (s)



Sunday 15



6PM 13 Austin City Limits George Strait performs. (s)

2 Heritage

6:30 2 Special Presentation

7:00 13 National Audubon Special: If Dolphins Could Talk A fascinating look at work at a Hawaiian mammal lab where research is reveal-ing the remarkable intelligence of these animals, which are dying in coastal areas both in the United States and abroad, (cc) (s) (R 7/19, 1 p.m.)

2 Joseph Campbell: Transformations of Myth Through Time The famous mythologist presents his special insignts into how myths reconcile humans to the mysteries of life.

8:00 13 National Geographic Special: African Odyssey The adventures of an American couple dedicated to conservation research on lions and brown hyenas, Peter Coyote narrates, (cc) (s) (R 7/19, 2 p.m.)

2 Contrary to Love: Our Addictive Society Dr. Patrick Carnes explains how our society fosters – and actually encourages – com-pulsive/addictive behaviors and dysfunction.

9:00 13 Masterpiece Theatre: Piece of Cake, Part 2 The pilots spend a lew days in an idyllic French chateau, waiting for the war to begin, in this exciting and moving pramatization about a group of pilots fighting in the first year of World War II. (cc)

2 South American Journeys: Heaven, Hell and Eldorado Host Jack Pizzey travels down the Amazon River meeting fortune hunters, prospectors, developers, missionaries and Indians.

10:00 13 The Good Neighbors

2 Spirit of Place

10:30 13 Are You Being Served?

11:00 13 Yes, Prime Minister

11:30 13 The Black Adder

12:00 13 Allo. Allo

Monday 16



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Sea of Cortez (R 7/17, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Autograph With Marilyn MacKay

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 MolorWeek ’90 John Davis hosts.

7:00 13 The Cousteau Odyssey: Lost Relics of the Sea Jacques Cousteau searches the Mediterranean and Caribbean tor long-lost shipwrecks Oft the coasts of Crete and Martinque, the crew discovers artifacts from two disasters.

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Bill Moyers’ World of Ideas: A Witness to History With William Shirer Moyers continues his talk with the historian and author of The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich.

8:00 13 Great Journeys: The Silk Road As he travels by rail, bus, foot and truck, writer Colin Thubron, author of Behind the Wall, a travel journal about China, meets the people who live in the villages and oases beside the road from Xian to the Pamir Mountains and the Russian border. PREMIERE (R 7/22, 5 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10:10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 Remembering Bing Friends and colleagues of the late entertainer gather to remember the magic of his performances and personality. Dorothy Lamour hosts. (R 7/22. 2:15 p.m.)

2 Great Performances: Tales From the Hollywood Hills: Pat Hobby Teamed With Genius This story by F. Scott Fitzgerald revolves around a middle-aged, defeated writer battling to make a comeback at the movie studio Christopher Lloyd stars. (cc) (s)

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report

10:10 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

11:10 13 Nova: Echoes of War (cc)

12:10 13 Special Presenlation

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Peeler Madness (1936)



Tuesday 17



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Cheetah (R 7/18, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Special Presentation

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 Special Presentation

7:00 13 Horizons: Traces of Murder A look at serial murder, which is a difficult crime to solve, and a consideration of how new technology can be used to solve these cases.

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 America’s Challenge

8:00 13 Nova: Disguises of War A historical look at the art of deception in war reveals a range of techniques, from simple camouflage to the Stealth bomber (cc) (R 7/20, 2 p.m; 7/23, 11:10 p.m.)

2 The MacNoil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 Frontline: Guns, Drugs and the CIA An examination of the CIA’s long history of involvement with drug smugglers in trouble spots around the world, and how the agency has hidden its alliances under the cloak of national security. (R 7/22, 5 a.m.)

2 Array and Muti and Beethoven Ricardo Muti conducts pianist Claudio Arrau and the Philadelphia Orchestra in Beethoven’s “Fourth Piano Concerto.”

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 POV: Letter to the Next Generation A 1960s radical visits Kent State students to discover how much students have – and haven’t – changed since his college years.

12:30 13 Special Presentation

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Glen or Glenda (1953)



Wednesday 18



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Lion (R 7/19, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Survival Spanish (R 7/21, 9 a.m.)

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 Survival Spanish (R 7/21. 9:30 a.m.)

7:00 13 Great Chefs, Great Barbecue Tennessee Ernie Ford hosts this cooking guide, taped in 22 locations in five states and featuring tips from some of America’s greatest barbecue restaurants. (R 7/23,1 pm.)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Golden Land Wolf Blitzer, the Jerusalem Post’s Washington correspondent, hosts

8:00 13 National Geographic Special: Australia’s Twilight of the Dream Time A journey to a beautiful and remote corner of Northern Australia, where an Aborigine people called the Gagudju live out !he twilight of their culture Richard Kiley narrates. (cc) (s) (R 7/21, 9 a.m.; 7/22, 8 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 The Greatest Adventure: The Story of Man’s Voyage to the Moon The story of America’s historic voyage to !he moon and the milestones in space exploration that preceded it. Orson Welles narrates. (R 7/20. 1 p.m.. 7/23. 12:30 a.m.)

2 University of North Texas: Forever Green This KDTN production is a celebration of the University of North Texas’ centennial, looking back on its history. (R 7/22, 6:30 p.m.)

9:30 2 Minorities In Journalism

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Special Presentation

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Murder by Television (1935)



Thursday 19



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Penguins (R 7/20, 6:30 a.m.)

2 GED on TV

630 13 World of Survival

2 GED on TV

7:00 13 Adventure: Lost Man’s River: An Everglades Journey With Peter Matthiessen Author Matthiessen’s explorations take him deep into this Florida home of alligators and smugglers – and the setting of his new novel. (cc)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Life Matters: Obesity Dr. Norman Kaplan hosts this KERA production, which highlights the story of a man whose lifesaving diet plunged his weight from 370 to 200 pounds.

8:00 13 Postcards: Paris A visit to the City of Lights, with views of the races with the aristocracy, a walk in the Arab quarter, and talks with novelist Francoise Sagan and Ines de la Freffange. the Chanel model PREMIERE

2 The MacNail/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 Mystery!: Return of Sherlock Holmes: Wisteria Lodge A foreign tyrant, an English governess and an unorthodox police investigator lead Holmes and Watson on a wild goose chase that begins with murder. (R 7/23. 2 p.m)

2 American by Design

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Special Presentation

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Terror of Tiny Town (1938)



Friday 20



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: The Bee (R 7/23, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Growing a Business

6:30 13 Hews Addition Bob Ray Sanders hosts KERA’s weekly news-analysis program. (R 7/22. 12:30 p.m)

2 Computer Chronicles

7:00 13 Washington Week In Reviem Paul Duke hosts. (cc) (R 7/21 6 a.m.)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 13 Wall Street Week Louis Rukeyser hosts (cc) (R 7/22. 10:30 a.m.)

2 Bodywatch (cc)

8:00 13 Evening at Pops: Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle The two coal miners daughters team up for an evening of country music that includes a tribute to Patsy Cline (s) (R 7/24. 2 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 American Masters: Martin Scorsese Directs An examination of the gifted director whose films include The Last Temptation of Christ. Raging Butt and Taxi Driver. Actors Robert DeNiro and Harvey Keitel and former Scorsese student Steven Spielberg are interviewed. (cc)

2 Market to Market

9:30 2 Adam Smith’s Money World

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Blake’s 7

12:00 13 American Patchwork: The Land Where the Blues Began

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: The Ape Man (1943)



Saturday 21



6PM 13 Nathalie Dupree’s Matters of Taste

2 Academic Varsity Bowl High school students compete for scholastic honofs in this KDTN production hosted by Chip Beall.

6:30 13 This Old House Steve Thomas hosts. (cc)

2 DeGrassi High (cc) (D)

7:00 13 The New Yankee Workshop Norm Abram hosts (cc)

2 Special Presentation

7:30 13 Wild America: The Swamp Bear, Part 1 (cc)

8:00 13 Movie 13: Twelve O’clock High (1949) The commander of a U.S. bomber unit in Britain begins to crack under the strain of war in this absorbing character drama starring Gregory Peck. Gary Merrill and Dean Jagger.

2 All Creatures Great and Small: Every Dog Has His Day James has a difficult time treating a boxer friend, a pig and young David Woodley, who wants to be a vet.

9:00 2 Ascent of Man Dr. Jacob Bronowski nar-rales this series about the history of science and humankind, beginning with the development of man’s physical gifts and the extension of brain-use into tool-making.

10:15 13 Dr. Who: Talons tor Weng-Cheng

2 American Playhouse: Lemon Sky

12:30 13 Alive From Off Center



Sunday 22



6PM 13 Austin City Limits K.T. Oslin performs. (s)

2 Heritage

6:30 2 Special Presentation

7:00 13 National Audubon Special: Sharks A tocus on this feared creature’s value in the marine ecosystem and its survival prospects for the future. Adventure and science merge to record the live birth of lemon sharks, (cc) (s) (R 7/26, 1 p.m.)

2 Joseph Campbell: Transformations of Myth Through Time The famous mythologist presents his special insights into how myths reconcile humans to the mysteries of life.

8:00 13 National Geographic Special: Australia’s Twilight of the Dream Time A iourney to a beautiful and remote comer of Northern Australia, where the Gagudju people live out the twilight Of their culture Richard Kiley narrates. (cc) (s)

2 Contrary to Love: Sexual Addiction Or Patrick Carnes continues his discussion by examining the levels of the behavior traits of the sexually addicted person.

9:00 13 Masterpiece Theatre: Piece of Cake, Part 3 The boredom of the “phony” war is frustrating to the pilots, until they are tested in the air and on the ground – and events turn out differently than anyone expected. (cc)

2 South American Journeys: Bravo, Bread and Circuses An exploration of the South American soul, profiling three celebrities – a bullfighter, a boxer and a soap opera star – and the fans they inspire.

10:00 13 The Good Neighbors

2 Spirit of Place

10:30 13 Are You Being Served?

11:00 13 Yes, Prime Minister

11:30 13 The Black Adder

12:00 13 Allo, Allo



Monday 23



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Monkeys of India (R 7/24. 6:30 a.m.)

2 Autograph With Marilyn MacKay

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 MotorWeek ’90 John Davis hosts.

7:00 13 The Cousteau Odyssey: The Warm-Blooded Sea: Mammals of the Deep By tracing the evolutionary history of marine mammals. Cousteau’s team begins to solve the riddles of these creatures – whales, seals and dolphins -that are so closely related to man.

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Bill Moyers’ World of Ideas: Money With Jacob Needleman Moyers talks to Needleman, professor of philosophy at San Francisco State University and director of the Center for the Study of New Religions at Berkeley.

8:00 13 Great Journeys: Russia’s Road West Norman Stone, professor of modern history at Oxford, visits Leningrad, then lakes a night train to Estonia, where he exchanges vodka and views with travelers, uncovering a passion for nationalist identity and independence. (R 7/29, 5 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10:30 pm. on 13)

9:00 13 Sentimental Swing: The Music of Tommy Dorsey Mel Torme hosts a glittering performance tribute at the Hollywood Palladium, with show-stopping performances by Maureen McGovern, Jack Jones and the late Buddy Rich in his final performance. (R 7/25, 1 p.m . 7/29. 2 p.m.)

2 Great Performances: Tales From the Hollywood Hills: The Old Reliable Based on P.G. Wodehouse’s wicked art-deco farce, the story follows 1he misadventures of a former film goddess and her younger sister who collaborate in a racy memoir Rosemary Harris. Lynn Redgrave and Paxton Whitehead star. (cc) (s)

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report

10:30 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

11:30 13 Nova: Disguises of War (cc)

12:30 13 The Greatest Adventure

1:30 13 Today’s Japan

2:00 13 Movie 13: Murder. My Sweet (1944)



Tuesday 24



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Snakes of India (R 7/25. 6:30 a.m.)

2 Special Presentation

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 Special Presentation

7:00 13 Horizons: The Chopper Because of its tragic accident rate, the helicopter is shunned by fixed-wing pilots How safe is it?

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 America’s Challenge

8:00 13 Nova: Top Gun and Beyond A look at to day’s high-speed fighter planes and how technology has changed the nature of flying. (CC) (R 7/27. 2 p.m.; 7/30 11 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 Frontline: Operation Urgent Fury Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Seymour Hersh investigates one of Ronald Reagan’s greatest apparent triumphs – the rescue of American students during the 1983 invasion of Grenada, (cc)

2 Moods and Music An entertainment/information special that explores the relationship between mood disorders and creativity -in particular, the moods and music of Handel, Berlioz. Schumann and Hugo Wolf Louis Jourdan and Hugo Wolf are hosts.

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 POV: Salesman A road lour with lour door-to-door Bible salesmen.

12:30 13 Special Presentation

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Slight Case of Murder (1938)



Wednesday 25



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Elephant Kingdom (R 7/26. 6:30 a.m.)

2 Survival Spanish (R 7/28 9 a.m.)

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 Survival Spanish (R 7/28. 9:30 a.m.)

7:00 13 Survival Special: Strictly for the Birds From the woodpecker finch to the ostrich and golden eagle, this special showcases some of the 8,600 different species of birds, George Plimpton narrates (cc) (R 7/30, 1 p.m.)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Golden Land Wolf Blitzer, the Jerusalem Post’s Washington correspondent, hosts this series about Israel’s history and lifestyles.

8:00 13 National Geographic Special: Amazon A journey into the endangered forests of the Amazon, where land and water meet to create a unique ecosystem, (cc) (s) (R 7/28, 9 a.m.; 7/29. 8 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m on 13)

9:00 13 Bounty Hunters An exiting, true-life pursuit, with three California bounty hunters, of accused criminals the police have failed to catch. (R 7/31. midnight)

2 Special Presentation

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Special Presentation

12:00 13 Special Presentation

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Three Cases of Murder (1955)



Thursday 26



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Return of the Falcon (R 7/27. 6:30 a.m.) 2 GED on TV

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 GED on TV

7:00 13 Adventure: Down the Spine of Japan

Stephen Pern sets out on a five-month, 2.000-mile journey, walking the entire length of Japan. (cc)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 Life Matters: Depression Dr. Norman Kaplan hosts this KERA production about clinical depression, which affects one m seven Americans, killing 30,000 of them every year through suicide.

8:00 13 Postcards: Rio Meet the beautiful people of Rio and the plastic surgeons who maintain and improve their looks, in this city of glamour, drama and depressing poverty.

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 MysteryI: Return of Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Foot Holmes is in Cornwall on vacation, where he becomes involved in a case centering on a dead woman and her two babbling brothers. (cc) (R 7/30. 2 p m.)

2 America by Design

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Special Presentation

12:00 13 Special Presentation

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Seven Days to Noon (1950)



Friday 27



6PM 13 Wild World of Animale Living Arctic (R 7/30, 6:30 a.m.)

2 Growing a Business

6:30 13 News Addition Bob Ray Sanders hosts KERA’s weekly news-analysis program (R 7/29. 12:30 p.m.)

2 Computer Chronicles

7:00 13 Washington Week In Review Paul Duke hosts (cc) (R 7/28, 6 a.m.)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 13 Wall Street Week Louis Rukeyser hosts. (cc) (R 7/29, 10:30 a.m.)

2 Bodywatch (cc)

8:00 13 Evening at Pops: Bobby McFerrin and His Voicestra The musician and his group perform a selection of popular tunes, and McFerrin conducts the Pops Orchestra in Beethoven’s “Symphony No 7.” (s) (R 7/31 2 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 American Masters: You’re the Top: The Cole Porter Story From “Night and Day” to ’I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” Porter wrote some of the funniest and most romantic songs of the century This program looks at the spirit of the man and the substance of his work, with interviews with Cyd Charisse. Bob Hope, Kitty Carlisle Han and Johnny Mathis. (cc)

2 Market to Market

9:30 2 Adam Smith’s Money World

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 Blake’s 7

12:00 13 American Patchwork: Appalachian Journey

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Lady Killer (1933)

Saturday 28



6PM 13 Nathalie Dupree’s Matters of Taste

2 Academic Varslty Bowl High school students compete lor scholastic honors in this KDTN production hosted by Chip Beall.

6:30 13 This Old House Steve Thomas hosts, (cc)

2 DeGrassi High (cc) (D)

7:00 13 The New Yankee Workshop Norm Abram hosts. (cc)

2 Special Presentation

7:30 13 Wild America: Swamp Bear, Part 2 (cc)

8:00 13 Country Music Crossroads A country show for a younger audience, hosted by the Oak Ridge Boys and Marie Osmond Reba Mcln-tire, Randy Travis and Gary Morris are featured.

2 All Creatures Great and Small: Hair of the Dog Tristan’s stint as housekeeper produces results that are not to everyone’s taste.

9:00 2 Ascent of Man Dr Jacob Bronowski narrates this series about the history of science and humankind, focusing this week on man’s domestication of animals and plants.

10:00 2 American Playhouse: The Big Knife (cc)

10:15 13 Dr. Who: Horror of Fang RocK

11:45 13 Star Cops: Intelligent Listening

12:40 13 Alive From Off Center



Sunday 29



6PM I3 Austin City Limits George jones performs. (s)

2 Heritage

6:30 2 Special Presentation

7:00 13 National Audubon Specials: Arctic Refuge: A Vanishing Wilderness? With America’s ever-growing energy needs, the oil industry is pushing for exploration on land in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Meryl Streep narrates (cc) (s) (R 8/2, 1 pm.)

2 Joseph Campbell: Transformations of Myth Through Time The famous mythologist presents his special insights into how myths reconcile humans to the mysteries of life.

8:00 13 National Geographic Special: Amazon A Journey into the endangered forests of the Amazon, where land and water meet to create a unique ecosystem. (cc) (s)

2 Contrary to Love: The Cost of Addiction Dr. Patrick Cames concludes his examination of this addiction with interviews with recovering sexual addicts.

9:00 13 Masterpiece Theatre: Piece of Cake, Part 4 With the coming of spring 1940, a double wedding is planned. But will romance stand a chance when the real lighting starts in this drama about World War II fighter pilots? (cc)

2 South American Journeys: A Continent Crucified Host Jack Pizzey examines the South American Catholic church, traditionally divided between the powerful and powerless, and looks at a new threat to (he church from Protestant missionaries.

10:00 13 The Good Neighbors

2 Spirit of Place

10:30 13 Are You Being Served?

11:00 13 Yes, Prime Minister

11:30 13 The Black Adder

12:00 13 All0, Allo



Monday 30



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: Sharks! (R 7/31. 6:30 a.m.)

2 Autograph With Marilyn MacKay

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 MotorWeek ’90 John Davis hosts.

7:00 13 The Cousteau Odyssey: The Blind Prophets of Easter Island Cousteau examines the giant heads that dominate this tiny Pacific island, believed by the natives to give spiritual power.

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 pm)

7:30 2 Bill Mayers’ World of Ideas

8:00 13 Great Journeys: The Burma Road Author ano journalist Miles Kington sets out to find the old road that links Burma to China across a tortuous mountain route – and finds instead that the Burmese are keen to deny its existence and the Chinese are almosl unaware of it. (R 8/5. 5 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewtHour (R 10:30 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 The Implant: Knee Replacement Surgery

Take a rare, up-close look as surgeons perform some of the most delicate surgery yet developed by medical experts.

2 Great Performances: Tales From the Hollywood Hills: Golden Land William Faulkner’s story showing the darker side of Hollywood in a tale of a Nebraska businessman whose values and family crumble as he succumbs to a decadent lifestyle. James Sikking and Audra Lindley star, (cc) (s)

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report

10:31 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

11:30 13 Nova: Top Gun and Beyond (cc)

12:30 13 Special Presentation

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Hamlet (1948)



Tuesday 31



6PM 13 Wild World of Animals: The Jackal (R 8/1, 6 30 a.m.)

2 Special Presentation

6:30 13 World of Survival

2 Special Presentation

7:00 13 Horizon: Making Sex Pay How do animals choose a mate? Is it love? James Gould, Princeton biology professor, finds a common thread of behavior among all the species.

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 10 p.m.)

7:30 2 America’s Challenge

8:00 13 Nova: The Hidden Power of Plants The series tracks the urgent efforts to find new medicines in nature, which produces some of the world’s most potent chemicals, (cc) (R 8/3, 2 p.m.; 8/6, 11 p.m.)

2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (R 10 p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 Frontline: Who Profits From Drugs? An investigation of what happens to the enormous profits from the international drug trade and how the money is laundered through American business.(cc)

2 The Karajan Legend A chronicle of the life of conductor Herbert von Karajan, told through interviews with his professional colleagues and music scholars, and through performance excerpts of the Berlin Philharmonic and other orchestras under his direction.

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2 The Nightly Business Report

11:00 13 POV: Police Chiefs Three big-city police chiefs reveal sharply different philosophies.

12:00 13 Bounty Hunters

1:00 13 Today’s Japan

1:30 13 Movie 13: Richard III (1956)

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