Listings 13&2

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(D) – Broadcast with described video for the visually impaired, a community service provided by KERA’s Descriptive Video Service (DVS).



(S)-Stereo Broadcast



(R)-This program will be repeated at the following time(s).



(MV) – This program will be repeated on MemberVision



Monday 1



6PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

2 Start Your Own Business This new series profiles men and women who have successfully built small businesses. PREMIERE

6:30 13 Wild America: King of Snakes (CC)

2 MotorWeek ’93

7:00 13 Travels: On the Way to Monkey Bay British humorist Nigel Farrel explores the tiny African nation of Malawi. (CC)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 11 p.m.)

7:30 2 To the Contrary

8:00 13 Great Performances: Julie Andrews in Contort The celebrated stage and film star reviews her life and career in song. (CC)

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

9:00 13 Rodgers and Hammerstein: The Sound of American Music This documentary pro-tiles one of the most successful teams in musical theater.

2 An African Journey

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose The noted journalist engages today’s newsmakers and celebrities in one-on-one interviews.

11:30 13 Nova: Diving for Pirate Gold This program looks at the swashbuckling, seafaring pirates of old and their modern-day succes-sors. (CC) (S)

12:00 2 America: Personal Conversations With Dennis Wholey The best-selling author conducts revealing interviews with leading politicians and exciting personalities.

12:30 13 Special Presentation

2 The Nightly Business Report



Tuesday 2

6PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

2 Venturing: The Entrepreneurial Challenge

6:30 13 Wild America: River of the Bears (CC)

2 The Sales Connection

7:00 13 Sharks: On Their Best Behavior Diver Mike de Gruy dispels the common myths that surround the infamous ocean predators.

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

7:30 2 Firing Line

8:00 13 Nova: Murder, Rape and DNA Investigators find DNA the most important forensic weapon since the fingerprint. (CC) (R 3/3. 11:30 p.m.; 3/5,2 p.m.)

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

9:00 13 Nova: Mind of a Serial Killer Psychological profiles aid police in the search for a killer. (CC) (S) (R 3/3, 12:30 a.m.)

2 Americas: Fire in the Mind, Part 9 of 10 Guerrilla fighters are linked to revolutions in Cuba and Nicaragua. (CC)

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)



2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:0013 National Geographic Special: Journey to the Forgotten River African animals seek water during a drought, (CC) (S)

2 Charlie Rose (See 3/1,11pm)

12:00 13 In the Hank Williams Tradition DwightYokum narrates a tribute to the country singer/songwriter.

2 America…With Dennis Wholey (See 3/1, midnight.)

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report



Wednesday 36PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego?(CC)(S)

2 Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish(CC)

6:30 13 Wild America: Wild Texas (CC)

2 Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish(CC)

7:00 13 Mark Russell Comedy Special Russellpresents a satirical look at current events. (S)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R10 p.m.)

7:30 13 The Making of a Legend: Gone With the Wind This documentary traces the history of the film that became a national obsession. (S)

2 McLaughlin: One on One

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 10:30p.m. on 13)

9.00 2 Israel: A Nation is Bom With Abba Eban – A Personal Witness, Part 4 of 5 Former Ambassador Abba Eban recounts the momentous events that forged Israel’s history as a modern nation.

9:30 13 George Lucas: Heroes, Myths andMagic Interviews with friends and associates provide insights into the filmmaker’s work and his creation of the modern myth,

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose (See 3/1,11 p.m.)

11:30 13 Nova: Murder, Rape and DNA (See 3/2, 8p.m.)(CC)

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey (See 3/1.midnight.)

12:30 13 Nova: The Mind of a Serial Killer (See 3/2,9 p.m.) (CC) (S)

2 The Nightly Business Report



Thursday 4

6PM 2 GED on TV

6:20 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

6:30 2 GED on TV

7:00 13 Elton John – Live! (See highlight on page 106)(S)(R3/6. 12:30a.m.:3/8, 10 p.m:3/19. 11:15p.m.)

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

7:30 2 Inside Money

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R10:30p.m. on 13)

9:00 13 Mystery!: Prime Suspect II, Part 4 of 4Jane Tennison investigates the death of Tony Allen. (CC)(D)(MV)

2 The Vanishing Civil War Cities expand living and working space while preserving historical landmarks.

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:3013 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose (See 3/1,11 p.m.)

11:4013 Austin City Limits Mary Chapin Carpenter performs. (S)

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey (See 3/1, midnight.)

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 FawltyTowers John Cleese stars as a proprietor of a small hotel, who leads his staff through a series of hilarious mishaps.

2:00 13 MemberVision



Friday 5



6PM 2 Asia Now

6:20 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

6:30 2 Computer Chronicles

7:00 13 Washington Week in Review (CC) (S) (WV) ( R 3/6, 6 a.m.)

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

7:30 2 The Western Tradition: The Byzantine Empire

7:35 13 Wall Street Week (CC) (S) (MV) (R 3/7, 4:30 a.m.)

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 11:40 p.m. on 13)

8:10 13 The King and I: Recording a Hollywood Dream (See highlight on page 108.) (MV) (R 3/8,2:50 p.m.; 3/17. 8:35 p.m.)

9:00 2 Market to Market

9:20 13 Liza Minnelli Live! From Radio City Music Hall The legendary performer recreates a memorable, record-breaking performance in this musical extravaganza.(S)

9:30 2 Adam Smith

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose (See 3/1,11 p.m.)

11:40 13 The WacNeil/lehrer NewsHour (CC)

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey (See 3/1, midnight.)

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

12:45 13 Neil Young in Concert: An Austin City Limits Special The talented musician performs selections from his distinctive repertoire. (S)

2:00 13 MemberVision



Saturday 6



6AM 13 Washington Week in Review (CC) (S)

6:30 13 Body by Janis

2 Read, Write and Research

7:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

2 Read, Write and Research

7:30 2 Sociological Imagination

8:00 13 Sesame Street: Big Bird’s Birthday: Or Let Them Eat Cake (CC) (R 3/8, 9 a.m.)

2 Sociological Imagination

8:30 2 The Write Course

9:00 13 Burt Wolf: Eating Well: In Paris

2 The Study of Human Behavior

9:30 2 The Study of Human Behavior

9:35 13 Graham Kerr’s Kitchen: Bad Syag

10:00 2 The Growing Years

10:10 13 Mediterranean Cookery

10:30 2 The Growing Year

10:50 13 Nathalie Dupree Cooks for Family and Friends

11:00 2 Government by Consent I

11:30 13 A Taste of Louisiana

2 Government by Consent I

Noon 2 Government by Consent II

12:10 13 The Collectors

12:30 2 Government by Consent II

12:50 13 Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn The late Audrey Hepburn hosts a tour of the most beautiful gardens in the world. (S)

1:00 2 The American Adventure

1:30 2 The American Adventure

2:00 13 Hometime: Building an Addition: Mechanicals (CC)

2 Principles of Accounting

2:30 13 Hometime: Building an Addition: Drywall (CC)

2 Principles of Accounting

3:00 13 Hometime: Building an Addition: Finish Carpentry (CC)

2 The Business File

3:30 13 Hometime: Building an Addition: Kitchen Wrap-up (CC)

2 The Business File

4:00 13 A Birthday Tribute to Julia Child – Compliments to the Chef! (See highlight on pagr 109.) (CC) (R 3/8, 1:20 pm.; 3/18, 7 p.m.)

2 The New Literacy

4:30 2 The Hew Literacy

5:00 2 America in Perspective

5:30 2 America in Perspective

5:40 13 This Old House (CC)

6:00 2 In the Mix This teen series is a fast-paced blend of useful information, humor, hot music videos and engaging young hosts. (CC)

6:20 13 New Yankee Workshop (CC)

7:00 13 The Boh Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration, Part 1 of 2 (See highlight on page 107.) (S) (R 3/9,10:15 p.m.)

2 The Lawrence Welk Show: Southern California

8:00 2 All Creatures Great and Small A veterinarian sets up his practice in a small English community. Based on the books by James Herridt.

9:00 2 Great Performances: Solti’s Beethoven: The Fifth Symphony Revisited The Chicago Symphony Orchestra performs under the musical direction of Sir Georg Solti. (CC)

9:40 13 The Boh Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration, Part 2 of 2 (S) (R 3/10, 9:50 p.m)

10:00 2 Frame of Mind The film and video works of local and regional independent producers and students are showcased in this KDTN production.

11:00 2 Movie 2: A Man and a Woman (1966) Anouk Aimee and Jean-Louis Trintignant portray a woman and man who fall in love in this romantic Academy Award-winning drama.

12:30 13 Elton John – Live! (See highlight on this page!) (S) (R 3/8, 10p.m.;3/19,11:15 p.m.)

2:00 13 The Best of Are You Being Served?



Sunday 7



6AM 13 Sesame Street (CC)

7:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

7:30 2 Management

8:00 13 Barney & Friends Marathon (See high light on page 110.) (CC) (R 3/15, 10:10 a.m.; 3/21, 8 a.m.)

2 Management

8:30 2 The Write Course

9:00 2 Economics U.S.A.

9:30 2 Economics U.S.A.

10:00 2 Business and the Law

10:30 2 Business and the Law

11:00 13 Between the Lines Host Bob Ray Sanders and regular panelists discuss local issues with featured guests in the weekly KERA public affairs program. (R 5 p.m. on 2)

2 Here’s to Your Health

11:30 2 Here’s to Your Health

11:4013 The McLaughlin Group

Noon 2 In Our Own Image

12:15 13 John Bradshaw on Creating Love: Mystified Love, Part 1 of 10 (See high- light on page 111.) (CC)

12:30 2 In Our Own Image

1:00 2 McCuistion

1:35 13 John Bradshaw on Creating Love: Soulfulness, Part 2 of 10 (CC)

2:00 2 America’s Defense Monitor

2:30 2 Technopolitics

2:55 13 John Bradshaw on Creating Lave: Parental Love, Part 3 at 10 (CC)

3:00 2 Lileratti

3:30 2 Open Mind

4:00 2 The Color of Money III

4:15 13 John Bradshaw on Crealing Love: The Possibility of Love, Part 4 of 10 (CC)

4:30 2 Tony Brown’s Journal

5:00 2 Between the Lines (See 11 am on 13)

5:30 2 European Journal

5:35 13 John Bradshaw on Creating Love: Love of God, Part 5 of 10 (CC)

6:00 2 Ghostwriter(CC)

7:00 13 Peter, Paul & Mommy, Too (See highlight on page 107,) (CC) (S) (MV) (R 3/12,10:10 p.m.; 3/14.9 a.m.; 3/18, 8:20 p.m.)

2 Voices and Visions: Emily Dickenson (CC)

8:00 2 Millennium: Tribal Wisdom and the Modem World: The Shock of the Other, Parti of 10 Harvard anthropologist David Maybury-Lewis unravels the mystery of a small Peruvian tribe. (CC)

9:00 2 Millennium: Tribal Wisdom and the Modern World: Strange Relations, Part 2 of 10 Host David Maybury-Lewis examines the place of marriage in society. (CC)

9:10 13 Good Neighbors Special: Royal Performance Richard Briers and Felicity Kendal star. (R 3/21,10:30p.m.)

10:00 2 States of Mind: Crisis in Philadelphia, Part 1 of 7 This program looks at the tensions between the city’s urban blacks and suburban whites.

10:10 13 Butterflies

10:50 13 Waiting for God

11:00 2 McCuistion

11:30 13 Are You Being Served?

12:10 13 The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin

12:45 13 No Place Lite Homo

1:15 13 No Place Lite Home

2:00 13 MemberVision



Monday 8

6PM 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R8 p.m. on 2; 1 a.m. on 13)

2 Start Your Own Business (See 3/1, 6 p.m.)6:30 2 MotorWeek ’93

7:00 13 The Are You Being Served? – John Inman Marathon (See highlight on page 110.1 (MV)(R 3/13. 11:05p.m.)

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

7:30 2 To the Contrary

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R1 am. on 13)

9:00 2 Learning Matters John Merrow hosts.

10:00 13 Elton John – Live! (See highlight on pagem.) (S) (R 3/19, 11:15 p.m.)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

12:00 13 You Deserve…With Les Brown The acclaimed speaker and trainer reiterates his belief that “You deserve the best that fife has to offer.” (R 3/13, 10:25 a.m.)

2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2:00 13 MemberVision



Tuesday 9



6PM 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 8 p.m. on 2; 1a.m. on 13)

2 Venturing: The Entrepreneurial Challenge

6:30 2 The Sales Connection

7:00 13 Encounters With Whales A team of underwater specialists observe and interact with the curious whales of Platypus Bay. (MV)

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

7:30 2 Firing Line

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R1 a.m on 13)

8:10 13 Fit or Fat for the ’90s With Covert Bailey (See highlight on page 111.) (MV) (R 3/11 1:20p.m.: 3/13,2 p.m.; 3/15. 7 p.m.)

9:00 2 Americas: The Americans, Part 10 of 10 communities of Miami and New York City. (CC)

This final episode profiles California’s Mexican-American population and the Latin American and Caribbean 10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:15 13 The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration, Part 1 of 2 (See highlight on this page.) (S)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 The MacNeil Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2:00 13 MemberVision



Wednesday 10



6PM 13 TheMacNeil/LehrerNewsHour (CC) (R 8 p.m. on2:1 am. on 13)

2 Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish (CC)

6:30 2 Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish (CC)

7:00 13 Paul Simon: Bom at the Right Time

(See highlight on page 106.) (CC) (S) (MV) (R 3/15, 9p.m)

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

7:30 2 McLaughlin: One on One

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R1 am. on 13)

9:00 2 Israel: A Nation is Born With Abba Eban -A Personal Witness, Part 5 of 5 (See 3/3, 9 p.m.)

9:50 13 The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary

Celebration. Part 2 of 2
(See highlight onpage; 107.) (S)

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2:00 13 MemberVision



Thursday 116PM 13 The MacNeil/lehrer NewsHour (cc) (R8 p.m on2; 1 a.m. on 13)

2 GED on TV

6:30 2 GED on TV

7:00 13 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People With Stephen R. Covey (See highlight on page 111.) (CC)(MV)(R3/13, 11:30 a.m.;3/15, 2:50 p.m.)

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

7:30 2 Inside Money

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour (CC) (R1 a.m. on 13)

8:10 13 Mystery!: The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes: The Illustrious Client (See highlight on page 112.) (CC)(D)(MV) (R 3/12, 1:20p.m.; 3/14, 7p.m.)

9:00 2 Hudson Chronicle This program traces the course of the Hudson River from its source to New York Harbor.

9:35 13 Mystery!: The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes: The Creeping Man (See high- Nghtonpage112.)(CC)(D) (MV) (R 3/12, 2:40 p.m.; 3/14, 8:30 p.m.)

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 13 Life of Python (See highlight on page 114.)

2 Charlie Rose

12:00 2 America With Dennis Wholey

12:30 13 Fawlty Towers (See 3/4,1 a.m.)

2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2:00 13 MemberVision



Friday 12



6PM 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 8 p.m. on 2; 1 a.m. on 13)

2 Asia Now

6:30 2 Computer Chronicles

7:00 13 Washington Week in Review (CC) (S) (MV) (R 3/14, 6 a.m.)

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

7:30 2 The Western Tradition: The Fail of Byzantium

7:35 13 Wall Street Week (CC)(S) (MV) (R 3/14, 4:30 a.m.)

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 1 a.m. on 13)

8:10 13 Victor Borge: Then and Now The maestro of comedy enchants audiences with his irrev-erent roulines.(S) (MV) (R 3/16, 1:20 p.m.)

9:00 2 Mattel to Market

9:30 2 Adam Smith

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:10 13 Peter, Paul & Mommy, Too (See high light on page 107.) (CC) (S) (R 3/14,9a.m.: 3/13.8:20 p.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:20 13 Fawlty Towers (See 3/4,1 a.m.)

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2:00 13 MemberVision



Saturday 13



6AM 13 Washington Week in Review (CC) (S)

6:30 13 Body by Janis

2 Read, Write and Research

7:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

2 Read, Write and Research

7:30 2 Sociological Imagination

8:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

2 Sociological Imagination

0:30 2 The Write Course

9:00 13 It’s Possible…With Les Brown (See highlight cm page 111) (8 3/18,1:20p.m.)

2 The Study of Human Behavior

9:30 2 The Study of Human Behavior

10:00 2 The Growing Years

10:25 13 You Deserve…With Les Brown (See 3/8, midnight) (113/18,2:45p.m.)

10:30 2 The Growing Years

11:00 2 Government by Consent I

11:30 13 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People With Stephen R. Covey (See highlight on page 111.) [CC) (II3/15,2:50p.m.)

2 Government by Consent I

Noon 2 Government by Consent II

12:30 13 Leo Buscaglia: Born For Love (See highlight on page 111) (CC) (R3/15,1:20p.m.)

2 Government by Consent II

1:00 2 The American Adventure

1:30 2 TUB American Adventure

2:00 13 Fit or Fat for the ’90s With Covert Bailey (See highlight on page 111.) (R 3/15 7 p.m.)

2 Principles of Accounting

2:30 2 Principles Of Accounting

3:00 2 The Business File

3:30 2 The Business File

4:00 13 Cooking at the Academy

2 The New Literacy

4:30 2 The New Literacy

4:35 13 Yan Can Cook

5:00 2 America in Perspective

5:10 13 Today’s Gourmet

5:30 2 America in Perspective

5:45 13 Justin Wilson’s Louisiana Cookin’ at Home (CC)

6:00 2 In the Mix (See 3/5,6 p.m.) (CC)

6:20 13 This Old House (CC)

6:55 13 New Yankee Workshop (CC)

7:00 2 The Lawrence Welk Show: Songs of the South

7:30 13 The Moody Blues in Concert at RedRocks (See hignlight on page 107.) (S) (MV) (R3/17, 10:30 p.m.)

8:00 2 All Creatures Great and Small (See 3/6,8 p.m.)

9:00 2 Great Performances: Dance in America: A Tudor Evening With the American Ballet Theater The tamed ballet company performs two modern classics by master choreographer Antony Tudor.

9:50 13 Yes, Minister

10:00 2 American Playhouse: Andre’s Mother The mother and the lover of a young man who died from AIDS cope with their loss. Sada Thompson and Richard Thomas star. (CC)

10:30 13 Fresh Fields

11:00 2 Painting the Town This program profiles artist Richard Haas, an architectural painter of illusionary murals.

11:05 13 The Are You Being Served? – John Inman Marathon (See highlight on page 110.)

12:00 2 Pasternak This biographical drama is based on the writings of poet Boris Pasternak, creator of Dr. Zhivago.

2:00 13 MemberVision



Sunday 14



6AM 13 Sesame Street (CC)

7:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

7:30 2 Management

8:00 2 Management

8:20 13 Barney & Friends (CC)

8:30 2 The Write Course

9:00 13 Peter, Paul & Mommy, Too (See highlight on page 107.) (CC) (S) (R 3/18, 8:20 p.m.)

2 Economics U.S.A.

9:30 2 Economics U.S.A.

10:00 2 Business and the Law

10:30 2 Business and the Law

11:00 13 Between the Lines (See 3/7,11 a.m.) (R 5 p.m. on 2)

2 Here’s to Your Health

11:30 2 Here’s to Your Health

11:40 13 Tire McLaughlin Group

Noon 2 In Our Own Image

12:15 13 John Bradshaw on Creating Love: Self Love, Part 6 of 10 (See highlight on page 111.) (CC)

12:30 2 In Our Own Image

1:00 2 McCuistion

1:35 13 John Bradshaw on Creating Love: Friendships, Part 7 of 10 (CC)

2:00 2 America’s Defense Monitor

2:30 2 Technopolitics

2:55 13 John Bradshaw on Creating Love: Spousal Love, Part 8 of 10 (CC)

3:00 2 Literatti

3:30 2 Open Mind

4:00 2 The Color of Money III

4:15 13 John Bradshaw on Creating Love: Love in the Workplace, Part 9 of 10 (CC)

4:30 2 Tony Brown’s Journal

5:00 2 Between the Lines

5:30 2 European Journal

5:35 13 John Bradshaw on Creating Love: Loving the Earth, Part 10 of 10 (CC)

6:00 2 Ghostwriter (CC)

7:00 13 Mystery!: The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes: The Illustrious Client (See highlight on page 112.) (CC) (D)(MV)

2 Voices and Visions: Marianne Moore (CC)

8:00 2 Millennium: Tribal Wisdom and the Modern World: Mistaken Identity, Part 3 of 10 Anthropologist David Maybury-Lewis travels to Brazil to witness the tribal initiation of young boys. (CC)

8:30 13 Mystery!: The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes: The Creeping Man (See hjgh-light on page 112.) (CC) (D)(MV)

9:00 2 Millennium: Tribal Wisdom and the Modern World: An Ecology of the Mind, Part 4 of 10 This program examines how societies manipulate nature. (CC)

10:00 13 Butterflies

2 States of Mind: Shoshone, Part 2 of 7 Drought, a dwindling population, poverty and crime challenge the small-town values of a community in Idaho.

10:40 13 Waiting for God

11:00 13 McCuistion

11:20 13 Are You Being Served?

12:00 13 The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin

12:40 13 No Place Like Home

1:15 13 No Place Like Home

2:00 13 MemberVision



Monday 15



6PM 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 8 p.m. on 2; 1 a.m. on 13)

2 Start Your Own Business (See 3/1,6 p.m.)

6:30 2 MotorWeek ’93

7:00 13 Fit or Fat for the ’90s With Covert Bailey (See highlight on page 111.) (MV)

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

7:30 2 To the Contrary

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 1 a.m. on 13)

9:00 13 Paul Simon: Born at theRight Tim (See highlight on page 106.) (CC)(S)

2 Learning Matters John Merrow hosts.

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

11:50 13 Special Presentation

12:00 2 America,,.With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2:00 13 MemberVision

Tuesday 16



6PM 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R8 p.m.\on2; 1 am on 13)

2 Venturing: The Entrepreneurial Challenge

6:30 2 The Sales Connection

7:00 13 Special Presentation (MV)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R10p.m.)

7:30 2 Firing Line

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R1 a.m. on 13)

8:10 13 3-2-1 Contact: What Kids Want to Know About Sex and Growing Up

This special for children ages eight to 12 and their parents presents information about puberty, reproduction and sexuality. (MV)

9:00 2 Search and Seizure: The Supreme Court and the Police The history and interpretation of the Fourth Amendment are chronicled.

9:30 13 The Miracle of Lite Special photographic effects provide amazing views of a baby’s life within the womb. (CC) (MV)

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

10:50 13 Special Presentation

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 The MacNeil/ Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2:00 13 MemherVision



Wednesday 17



6PM 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 8 p.m. on 2; 1 a.m. on 13)

2 Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish (CC)

6:30 2 Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish (CC)

7:00 13 Nature: Echo of the Elephants (See highlight on page 112.) (CC) (D) (MV)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R10 p.m.)

7:30 2 McLaughlin: One on One

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R1 a.m. on 13)

8:35 13 The King and I: Recording a Hollywood Dream (See highlight on page 108.) (MV)

9:00 2 Sex, Power and the Workplace This program seeks answers to questions about sexual harassment. (CC)

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 13 The Moody Blues in Concert at Red Rocks (See highlight on page 107.) (S)

2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC

2:00 13 MemherVision



Thursday 18



6PM 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 8 p.m. on 2; 1a.m. on 13)

2 GED on TV

6:30 2 GEO on TV

7:00 13 A Birthday Tribute to Julia Child – Compliments to the Chef (See highlight onpage109.) (CC)(MV)

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

7:30 2 Inside Money

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R1 a.m. on 13)

8:20 13 Peter, Paul & Mommy, Too (See high-light on page 1D7.) (CC) (S) (MV)

9:00 2 Popular Culture: Rage, Rights and Responsibility This program examines the conflict between artistic freedom and social responsibility.

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 13 Special Presentation2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2:00 13 MemberVision



Friday 19



6PM 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 8 p.m. on 2; 1 a.m. an 13)2 Asia Now

6:30 2 Computer Chronicles

7:00 13 Washington Week in Review (CC) (S) (MV) (R 3/20, 6 a.m.)

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

7:30 2 The Western Tradition: The Dark Ages

7:35 13 Wall Street Week (CC) (S) (MV) (R 3/21, 4 a.m.)

8:00 2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 1 am on 13)



8:10 13 The Unforgettable Nat King Cole This documentary chronicles the life of the brilliant jazz pianist who crossed prejudicial boundaries and found international fame as a singer. (CC) (MV)

9:00 2 Market to Market

9:30 2 Adam Smith

9:40 13 James Taylor (See highlight on page 107 ) (S)(MV)

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

11:15 13 Elton John – Live! (See highlight on page 106.) (S)

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

1:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour

2:00 13 Member Vision

Saturday 20



6AM 13 Washington Week in Review (CC)(S)

6:30 13 Body by Janis

2 Read, Write and Research

7:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

2 Read, Write and Research

7:30 2 Sociological Imagination

8:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

2 Sociological Imagination

8:30 2 The Write Course

9:00 13 The Civil War: The Cause, 1861, Parti of 9 This program details the causes of the Civil War and introduces the major ligures including Lincoln, Lee and Grant. (CC)

2 The Study of Human Behavior

9:30 2 The Study of Human Behavior

10:00 2 The Growing Years

10:30 2 The Growing Years

11:00 2 Government fay Consent I

11:30 2 Government by Consent I

Noon 13 The Civil War: A Very Bloody Affair, 1862, Part 2 of 9 Lincoln’s war to preserve the Union is transformed into a war to emancipate the slaves. (CC)

2 Government by Consent II

12:30 12 Government by Consent II

1:00 2 The American Adventure

1:30 2 The American Adventure

1:35 13 The Civil War: Forever Free, 1862, Part 3 of 9 The Battle of Antietam becomes the bloodiest day in American history. (CC)

2:00 2 Principles of Accounting

2:30 2 Principles of Accounting

3:00 2 The Business File

3:30 13 The Civil War: Simply Murder, 1863, Pari 4 of 9 Lincoln finds Northern opposition to his Emancipation Proclamation. (CC)

2 The Business File

4:00 2 The New Literacy

4:30 2 The New Literacy

4:50 13 The Civil War: Universe of Battle, 1863, Part 5 of 9 The Battle of Gettysburg becornes the turning point of the war. (CC)

5:00 2 America in Perspective

5:30 2 America in Perspective

6:00 2 In the Mix (See 3/6,6 p.m.) (CC)

7:00 13 The Three Tenors: The Impossible Dream Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo and Lucianao Pavarotti prepare for their legendary concert together. (MV)

2 The Lawrence Welk Show: The Lennon Sisters

8:00 2 All Creatures Great and Small (See 3/6,8 pm.)

8:30 2 Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti in Concert With Zubin Mehta The world’s greatest living tenors share the stage for the first time in this internationally acclaimed concert performance. (MV)

9:00 2 Television News Photography: The 39th Annual NPPA Awards

10:00 2 American Playhouse: The Wash After 45 years of marriage, a grandmother announces to her family that she’s calling it quits.

10:45 13 Red Dwarf Marathon

11:30 2 American Playhouse: Eat a Bowl of Tea Two newlyweds must accept the tact that their families run their marriage. (CC)

2:00 13 MemberVision



Sunday 21



6AM 13 Sesame Street (CC)

7:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

7:30 2 Management

8:00 13 Barney & Friends Marathon (See highlight on page 110.) (CC)

2 Management

8:30 2 The write Course

9:00 2 Economics U.S.A.

9:30 2 Economics U.S.A.

10:00 2 Business and the Law

10:30 2 Business and the Law

11:00 2 Here’s to Your Health

11:15 13 Between the Lines (R 5 p.rn.on2)

11:30 2 Here’s to Your Health

Noon 13 The Civil War: Valley of the Shadow of Death, 1864, Part 6 of 9 This program chronicles the extraordinary battles that pitted Lee and Grant directly against each other. (CC)

2 In Our Own Image

12:30 2 In Our Own Image

1:00 2 McCuistion

1:40 13 The Civil War: Most Hallowed Ground, 1864, Part 7 of 9 Union victories tilt the presidential election in Lincoln’s tavor. (CC)

2:00 2 America’s Defense Monitor

2:30 2 Technopolitics

3:00 2 Literatti

3:30 13 The Civil War: War is All Hell, 1865, Part 8 of 9 Lee surrenders to Grant at the Appomattox Court House. (CC)

2 Open Mind

4:00 2 The Color of Money III

4:30 2 Tony Brown’s Journal

5:00 13 The Civil War: The Better Angels of Our Nature, 1865, Part 9 of 9 The series concludes with observations of the war thai transformed a collection of states into a unified nation. (CC)

2 Between the Lines (See 3/7,11 am)

5:30 2 European Journal

6:00 2 Ghostwriter (CC)

7:00 13 Viewer’s Choice

2 Voices and Visions: T.S. Eliot (CC)

8:00 2 Millennium: Tribal Wisdom and the Modern World: The Art of Living, Part 5 of 10 Harvard anthropologist David Maybury-Lewis hosts a comparison of ad in tribal and modern societies. (CC)

9:00 2 Millennium: Tribal Wisdom and the Modern World: Touching the Timeless, Pert 6 of 10 David Maybury-Lewis explores the universal search for meaning in life. (CC)

10:00 2 States of Mind: Stories of Elyria, Part 3 of 7 Hispanics in Denver work to salvage a once-thriving community that withered with the redirection of a major highway.

10:30 13 Good Neighbors Special: Royal Performance (See 3/7,9:10 p.m.)

11:00 2 McCuistion

11:30 13 Are You Being Served?

12:10 13 The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin

12:50 13 No Place Like Home

1:25 13 No Place Like Home

2:00 13 MemberVision



Monday 22



6PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

2 Start Your Own Business (See 3/2,6 p.m.)

6:30 13 Wild America (CC)

2 MotorWeek ’93

7:00 13 Travels: The Perfect English Village British journalist Nigel Farrell seeks a “perfect” village. (CC) (S) (R 3/24. midnight 3/25,2 p.m.)

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

7:30 2 To the Contrary

8:00 13 The American Experience: The Johnstown Flood In 1889. severe rains caused an earthen dam in Pennsylvania 10 break without warning. (CC) (D) (R 3/24.11 p.m.; 3/25, 1 p.m.)

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

9:00 13 Great Performance: Sondheim: A Celebration at I Carnegie Hall

Glenn Close, Madeline Kahn, Patti LuPone. Liza Minnelli. Bernadette Peters, Betty Buckley and many others perform songs from Stephen Sondheim’s eclectic repertory. (S)

2 American Masters: Preston Sturges: The Rise and Fall of an American Dreamer A brilliant filmmaker’s career plummets after a disastrous association with Howard Hughes. (CC)

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

11:30 13 Nova: The KGB, the Computer and Me

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report



Tuesday 23



6PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

2 Venturing: The Entrepreneurial Challenge

6:30 13 Wild America (CC)

2 The Sales Connection

7:00 13 Nova: Can Science Build a Champion Athlete? Technology and science play key roles in athletic performances. (CC) (S) (R 3/26,2 p.m; 3/29, 11 p.m.)

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

7:30 2 Firing Line

8:00 13 The Health Quarterly/Frontline Special Report: Euthanasia Roger Mudd hosts this look at the complexities surrounding euthanasia. (CC) (R 3/28.4 a.m.)

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

9:00 2 American Masters: Martin Scorsese Directs This program documents Scorsese as he works on his latest production, (CC) (S)

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 13 The Quality Revolution Several American companies succeed despite declining sales and the prospect of bankruptcy. (R 3/26, 1 p.m.;3/31,11 p.m.)

2 Charlie Rose

12:00 13 The Deming of America This special profiles W. Edward Deming, whose ideas about quality in business revolutionized Japan. (R 3/31, midnight)

2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report



Wednesday 24



6PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

2 Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish (CC)

6:30 13 Wild America (CC)

2 Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish (CC)

7:00 13 D.W. Griffith (See highlight on page 114.) (CC) (D) (R R 3/27, 1 a.m.)

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

7:30 2 McLaughlin: One on One

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

9:00 2 American Masters: Waldo Salt: A Screenwriter’s Journey Salt overcomes the stigma of the 1950s blacklist to create such powerful films as Midnight Cowboy. Serpico and Coming Home. (CC)

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 13 The American Experience: The Johnstown Flood (See 3/22, 8 p.m.) (CC) (D) (R 3/25,1 p.m)

2 Charlie Rose

12:00 13 Travels: Perfect English Village (See 3/22,7 p.m.) (CC) (R 3/25,2 p.m.)

2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 13 The Nightly Business Report



Thursday 25



6PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

2 GED on TV

6:30 13 Between the Lines (See 3/7,11 a.m.) (R 2/28,11:30a.m. on 13; 5p.m. on2)

2 GED on TV

7:00 13 Central Park New York City officials work to maintain and preserve their famous park.

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

7:30 2 Inside Money

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

9:05 2 The State of Texas

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 13 Vietnam: A Television History: Cambodia and Laos. Part 9 of 13 Vietnam’s smaller neighbors are drawn into the war. (CC)

2 Charlie Rose

12:00 13 Vietnam: A Television History: Peace is at Hand. Part 10 of 13 While Americans and Vietnamese clash, diplomats argue about peace. (CC)

2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report



Friday 26



6PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

2 Asia Now

6:30 13 Wild America (CC)

2 Computer Chronicles

7:00 13 Washington Week in Review (CC) (S) (R 3/27 6 a.m.)

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

7:30 13 Wall Street Week (CC) (S) (R 3/28, 10: a.m)

2 The Western Tradition: The Age of Charlemagne

8:00 13 Firing Line Special Debate: Resolved: Women in the Military Should Be Excluded From Combat (R 3/29, 1p.m.; 3/30, 11:30 p.m.)2 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC) (R 10 dm. on 13)

9:00 2 Market to Market

9:30 2 Adam Smith

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 13 Graceland: The African Concert

Composer and singer Paul Simon headlines this legendary concert filmed in Zimbabwe. (R 3/28, 4:30 p.m.)

2 Charlie Rose

12:00 2 America…With Dennis Wholey12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report



Saturday 27



6AM 13 Washington Week in Review (CC)(S)

6:30 13 Body by Janis

2 Read, Write and Research

7:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

2 Read, Write and Research

7:30 2 Sociological Imagination

8:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

2 Sociological Imagination

8:30 2 The Write Course

9:00 13 Burt Wolf: Eating Well: In Salzburg, Austria2 The Study of Human Behavior

9:30 13 Graham Kerr’s Kitchen: Whole Grains2 The Study of Human Behavior

10:00 13 Mediterranean Cookery2 The Growing Years

10:30 13 Nathalie Dupree Cooks for Family and Friends

2 The Growing Years

11:00 13 The Frugal Gourmet (CC)

2 Government by Consent I

11:30 13 A Taste of Louisiana

2 Government by Consent I

Noon 13 The Collectors

2 Government by Consent II

12:30 13 The Great American Quilt2 Government by Consent II

1:00 13 Gardens of the World With Audrey Hepburn, Part 1 of 6 (S)

2 The American Adventure

1:30 13 The Victory Garden (CC)

2 The American Adventure

2:00 13 Hometime (CC)

2 Principles of Accounting

2:30 13 The Woodwright’s Shop (CC)

2 Principles of Accounting

3:00 13 Rod and Reel

2 The Business File

3:30 13 MotorWeek’93

2 The Business File

4:00 13 Cooking at the Academy

2 The New Literacy

4:30 13 Yan Can Cook

2 The New Literacy

5:00 13 Today’s Gourmet

2 America in Perspective

5:30 13 Julia Child and Company (CC)

2 America in Perspective

6:00 13 Justin Wilson’s Louisiana Cookin’ at Home (CC)

2 In the Mix (See 3/6,6 p.m.) (CC)

6:30 13 This Old House (CC)

7:00 13 New Yankee Workshop

2 The Lawrence Welk Show: A Tribute to Glenn Miller

7:30 13 The New Explorers Bill Kurtis hosts. (CC)

8:00 13 Naked Hollywood: The Actor and the Star, Part 1 of 6 (See highlight on this page)

2 All Creatures Great and Small (See 3/6,8 p.m.)

8:50 13 Naked Hollywood: Four Million Dollars is Cheap, Part 2 of 6

9:00 2 The Quality Revolution (See 3/23,11 p.m.on13) (R 3/31, 11 p.m. on 13)

9:40 13 Naked Hollywood: Eighteen Months to Live, Part 3 of 6

10:00 2 American Playhouse: Triple Play II A littie girl decides to earn a living by shining shoes. Kathleen York stars. (CC)

10:30 13 Fresh Fields

11:00 13 Survivors: The Future Hour

11:30 2 American Playhouse: Triple Play An android changes the life of a young medical student. James Earl Jones and Elizabeth Perkins star. (CC)

12:00 13 The Hitch-hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Part 1 of 6

Earthling Arthur Dent accepts an offer of rescue from a space alien after he learns that the world is scheduled to end.

12:30 13 Sneak Previews (S)



Sunday 28



6AM 13 Sesame Street (CC)

7:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

7:30 2 Management

8:00 13 Sesame Street (CC)

2 Management

8:30 2 The Write Course

9:00 13 Barney & Friends (CC) (S)

2 Economics U.S.A.

9:30 13 Ghostwriter (CC) (S)

2 Economics U.S.A.

10:00 13 Newton’s Apple (CC)

2 Business and the Law

10:30 13 Wall Street Week (CC) (S)

2 Business and the Law

11:00 13 Between the Lines (R 5 p.m. on2)

2 Here’s to Your Health

11:30 13 The McLaughlin Group

2 Here’s to Your Health

Noon 13 Firing Line

2 In Our Own Image

12:30 13 Tony Brown’s Journal

2 In Our Own Image

1:00 13 Doctor Who: Destiny of the Daleks

2 McCuistion

2:00 2 America’s Defense Monitor

2:30 13 Special Presentation

2 Technopolilics

3:00 13 CPA’s an Call Members of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants answer call-in questions about taxes.

2 Literatti (CC)

3:30 2 Open Mind

4:00 2 The Color of Money III

4:30 13 Graceland: The African Concert (See 3/16,11 p.m.)

2 Tony Brown’s Journal

5:00 2 Between the Lines (See3/7, 11 a.m. on13)

5:30 2 European Journal

6:00 13 Austin City Limits James McMurtry per forms. (S)

2 Ghostwriter (CC)

7:00 13 Naked Hollywood: Funny for Money, Part 4 of 6 (See highlight on page 114.)

2 Voices and Visions: Wallace Stevens (CC)

7:50 13 Naked Hollywood: One Foot in, One Foot Out, Part 5 of 6

8:00 2 Millennium: Tribal Wisdom and the Modern World: A Poor Man Shames Us All, If art 7 of 10 An American executive and an Indonesian man compare their concepts of wealth. (CC)

8:40 13 Naked Hollywood: Good Cop, Bad Cop, Part 6 of 6

9:00 2 Millennium: Tribal Wisdom and the Modern World: Inventing Reality, Part 8 of 10 This program observes the science found, in the shaman’s world of magic. (CC)

9:30 13 Movie Magic Special effects in movies push reality to seemingly endless boundaries. (CC)

10:00 13 Butterflies

2 States of Mind: Hurting Church, Pari 4 of 7 Members of a] small fundamentalist church in West Virginia meet poverty and pain with faith.

10:30 13 Waiting for God

11:00 13 Are You Being Served?

2 McCuislion

11:30 13 Smith and Jones

12:00 13 The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin

12:30 13 No Place Like Home



Monday 29



6PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

2 Start Your Own Business (See 3/1,6 p.m.)

6:30 13 Wild America (CC)

2 Motor Week ’93

7:00 13 Trie filant Nile: The Wild River, Part 1 of 3 This program documente the pastoral life of the Kinka. the “stork men” of the Nile. (R 3/30, 1:50 p.m.)

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

7:30 2 To the Contrary

7:50 13 The Giant Nile: White Nile, Blue Nile, Part 2 of 3 Nuha mountain tribes dwell in the head of the Sudan where the White and Blue|Nilesconverge. (R 3/31,1 p.m.)

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

8:40 13 The Giant Nile: Egyptian Journey, Part 3 of 3 This program explores the modern-day Cities along the ancient river. (R 3/31 1:50 p.m.)

9:00 2 Safe Speech, Free Speech and the University Fred Friendly moderates a discussion about a crisis facing American colleges and universities today

9:30 13 Special Presentation

10:0013 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 13 Nova: Can Science Build a Champion Alhlete? (See 3/23.7 p.m.) (CC)(S)

2 Charlie Rosa

12:00 13 National Geographic Special: Leningrad

2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report

Tuesday 30



6PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

2 Venturing: The Entrepreneurial Challenge

6:30 13 Wild America (CC)

2 The Sales Connection

7:00 13 Our Favorite Animals – The Best of Wild America

Marty Stouffer describes favorite moments during his wildlife filmmaking career. (CC)

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

7:30 2 Firing Line

8:00 13 Nova: The Lost Tribe A stone age tribe lives in the remote jungles of the Philippines. (CC)

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

9:00 13 Frontline: South Africa (CC)

2 A Public Voice…Governing America (CC)

10:00 2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:3013 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2 Today’s Japan

11:00 2 Charlie Rose

11:30 13 Firing Line Special Debate: Resolved: Women in the Military Should Be Excluded From Combat

12:00 2 America.. With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report



Wednesday 31



6PM 13 Where…is Carmen Sandiego? (CC) (S)

2 Destines: An Introduction to Spanish (CC)

6:30 13 Wild America (CC)

2 Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish (CC)

7:00 13 The New Explorers: The Storm Within/Rock and Roll Physics High school teachers conduct physics classes in an amusement park. (CC)

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

7:30 2 McLaughlin: One on One

8:00 13 Elizabeth R: A Year in the Lite til the Queen Filmmakers document Queen Elizabeth’s activities tot an entire year (CC)

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

9:00 2 Living and Working in Space Celebrities are featured in vignettes spotlighting day-today activities in a space environment. CC

10:00 13 The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (CC)

2 The Nightly Business Report (R 12:30 a.m.)

10:30 2 Today’s Japan

11:00 13 The Quality Revolution (See 3/23,11 p.m.)

2 Charlie Rose

12:00 13 The Deming of America (See 3/23. midnight)

2 America…With Dennis Wholey

12:30 2 The Nightly Business Report



Dear Members:



We are very pleased to welcome back to our area this month best-selling author and storyteller Garrison Keillor. Garrison and his American Radio Company will perform a special non-broadcast performance of his popular radio variety show Sunday, March 21, at 7 p.m. at the Will Rogers Auditorium in Fort Worth. The show features Radio Company regulars Ivy Austin. Broadway Local Theatre Company, the Coffee Cup Orchestra and other special musical guests, and proceeds from the show will benefit KERA 90.1. Garrison’s weekly public radio series is one of the most popular programs on our station, and Garrison, himself, professes to be a big fan of KERA 90.1, so I invite you to join us for what promises to be a very special evening of family entertainment. (For more information about tickets, turn to page 116 in this issue of Dial.)

March also signals KERA Channel 13s first pledge drive of the new year, and we have several exciting specials airing during this important time. It’s interesting to note that one of the music concerts we’re airing this month on Channel 13 – The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Celebration – originally was offered on cable stations as a pay-per-view selection last October (see page 107). This Madison Square Garden tribute features a galaxy of rock and roll superstars and their show-stopping performances, but a large percentage of households in our viewing area who cannot afford or choose not to subscribe to cable were unable to view this historic musical event when it premiered on cable last fall. Now, Channel 13 makes this concert (and many more) available to North Texans without charge. We are reminded that the programs on KERA Channel 13 and KDTN Channel 2 may be the only way many families will be able to enjoy a play, concert, opera or dance performance this year. And as members of these stations, you make it possible with your support Thanks to your continued generosity, we can put exceptional programs within everyone’s reach every day of the year.

But your membership dollars provide so much more than just programming. Your contributions support KERA and KDTN’s role in the education and development of children in our communities through our Sesame Street Preschool Educational Program (PEP) initiative as well as our exceptional children’s programming, As members, you help us make lifelong learning opportunities at home and at school available to everyone regardless of their age and income through instructional television (ITV) and other educational services. And through your support, we provide programs with closed captions and descriptive video tor the people in our communities who need and use these special services.

The success of KERA Channel 13, KDTN Channel 2 and KERA 90.1 as public broadcasting stations depends on the support of individuals corporations, foundations and other community institutions. Our md;vidua! members provide the majority of our operating funds, and many corporations and foundations, which are vitally important, seek to determine that the individual support is there before making their commitment.

As you can see, members make the difference to us and in everything we do. Thank you for your continued support of KERA Channel 13, KDTN Channel 2 and KERA 90.1

Best wishes,

Richard J. Meyer

President and CEO

Looking for a Break?



You won’t find one fa pledge break, that is) during our March drive with MemberVision. our special KERA member benefit. Check the listings for each evening’s lineup of primetime programs available on MemberVision 1MV). Then set your VCR to record Channel 13 between 2 and 5 a.m.: and you’ll have these great shows to enjoy at your leisure.



A Gift for You



When you renew your KERA membership, you have the satisfaction of knowing that your contribution enables Channel 13 to provide not only outstanding programs but a wide range of community-based services as well: the Sesame Street Preschool Educational Program, closed captions and descriptive video service for people with special needs, and much, much more.

You make it happen with your support! And if you renew your membership for $60 or more, we’d like to offer you a special thank-you gift selected with you and your favorite programs in mind. Just call the number listed below and tell the operator your membership renewal level and the gift you would like to receive. (Please allow six to eight weeks for delivery.)

And thank you for making a difference!



$60 OR MORE



The French Chef Cookbook

Master the art of French cuisine with this classic collection of Julia Child’s famous recipes.



The Moody Blues in Concert at Red Rocks

This audio cassette recording features the popular rock group performing some of their greatest hits with (he Colorado Symphony Orchestra.



Are You Being Served? Coffee Mug

Don’t start your mornings without the “official” coffee cup for fans of the outrageous British comedy series.



The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People With Stephen R. Covey

In an audio cassette recording of his new special, the best-selling author teaches powerful lessons in personal change. (Also available in VHS video-cassette at the $120 level.)



The New Fit or Fat

This best-selling book by nutritional biochemist Covert Bailey reveals new information about health and weight loss.

$120 OR MORE



Barney the Dinosaur or Baby Bop Stuffed Animals

These adorable plush toys are fashioned after stars of the hit series Barney & Friends.



Leo Buscaglia: Bom lor Love

In his new best-selling book, the beloved lecturer and author, who is often called the “hug therapist,” shares a simple, but thoughtful message for happiness.



Peter, Paul & Mommy, Too

This delightful collection of songs tor children (and parents, too) mates this compact disc or VHS cassette a gift to treasure.



The Television Sherlock Holmes

This informational and entertaining account of the many movies and television shows based on the legendary detective includes color photographs from the popular PBS Mystery!series starring Jeremy Brett.



The Unforgettable Nat King Cole

This fascinating documentary on VHS tape chronicles the life and music of one of the first black performers to surmount the prejudice of the times and achieve international fame.



$180 OR MORE



Paul Simon: Born at the Right Time

Follow the critically acclaimed singer/songwriter on the musical odyssey of his life in this VHS cassette documentary that highlights the most ambitious concert tour of Paul Simon’s career.

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