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Bimonthly Viewing Guide
Planner
Michiana’s bi-monthly Guide to WNIT Public Television
Issue No. 1 January — February 2016
A Message from Greg Giczi
Board of
President and GM, WNIT Public Television
Directors
Chairman
Susan Ohmer, Ph.D.
Vice Chair
Rodney F. Ganey, Ph.D.
James Hillman
President and
General Manager
Greg Giczi
Treasurer
Thomas E. Slager
Secretary
Cari Shein
Directors
David L. Bankoff, MD
Thomas G. Coley, Ph.D.
Marvin Curtis
Katy Demarais
Robert G. Douglass
Rebecca Espinoza-Kubacki
William A. Gitlin
Mary Horan
Katherine Humphreys
Christine M. Maziar
Brian McMahon
Mary Louise Miller
Pat Moody
Oluwaferanmi Okanlami, MD MS
Steven J. Perlewitz
Roger Rader
Maritza Robles
William J. Schmuhl, Jr.
Jill Sigsbee
Joyce F. Stifel
James M. Summers
Michael Wargo
Patrick Welch
Charter Directors
Arthur J. Decio
Jerry Hammes
Ernestine M. Raclin
Jane Warner*
Dar Wiekamp*
Honorary Life Director
Carmi Murphy
*Deceased Charter Director
Happy New Year, WNIT Supporters!
While we count down the seconds to 2016, there is another countdown going on with many viewers
… they’re counting down the days, hours and minutes to the broadcast of the first episode of the final
season of Downton Abbey! Details are inside your Planner magazine.
I treated myself to an early viewing, along with a few hundred other WNIT members and guests,
who attended one of our five Downton Abbey sneak preview events – from Warsaw to Elkhart to
St. Joseph to South Bend and Notre Dame – fans filled our venues. It was a great time! I enjoyed
chatting with everyone and hearing your enthusiasm, not only for Downton Abbey, but our overall
schedule of programs. Thanks to everyone who came out.
WNIT “stands” for education – we like to think of ourselves as Michiana’s largest classroom. We are
big believers and proponents of early childhood education and devote a great deal of our broadcast
schedule and energies toward such programming. Starting January 21, WNIT will present a series of
programs, titled Raising of America, that demonstrate why early childhood education is so important
to Michiana. Beacon Health Systems is supporting WNIT to present this nationally-produced
series coupled with local segments. I am highly recommending you view these programs. More
information is inside your Planner magazine.
I’m often asked if it is difficult for me to ask people for a donation. I so believe in what we do at
WNIT, asking for money is easy … except when it comes to a “planned gift.” That’s the polite term
we use to ask if you would put us in your will. I find it hard to do. Yet, it’s a natural progression of
support and people want to leave behind something meaningful, purposeful and impactful when
they have passed. Surprisingly, we receive some of our largest planned gifts from those who may
have only donated occasional or smaller amounts during their lifetime. I guess they want to catch up!
While I find it difficult to come out and ask you to include WNIT in your estate, if you happen
to be thinking about it, we have excellent information on our website, wnit.org/support.
If you have already included WNIT in your will, thank you. Please let me know so we may
properly acknowledge you.
Changes are coming to our Friday Experience Michiana program. Meet our new co-hosts, Rick
Hummer and Kelly Morgan. Our original host, Gordy Young, has moved and is now experiencing
Wisconsin.
As the year ended, many of you shared an extra gift with us on top of your annual contribution.
Thank you! Please enjoy these next two months of programming on WNIT. It only happens
because of your viewership and support.
Best wishes,
Greg Giczi
President & General Manager
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What’s
Production News
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Worth Watching February 10
WNIT Kids Club
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Primetime January
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WNIT Supporters
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Primetime February
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Honor Roll Members
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Daytime Programming
18
Supporter Spotlight
31
Overnight Programming
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Directors’ Circle
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Membership Corner
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Worth Watching January
Inside?
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North Judson
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South Bend
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Part One – January 3
On The
Cover
Downton Abbey:
Season 6
The top-rated PBS drama of all time
approaches its climactic chapter as
DOWNTON ABBEY enters its sixth
and final season on MASTERPIECE,
bringing exciting closure to a remarkable
series. Where will fate, passion, ambition,
and duty lead television’s most beloved
characters? Find out on the final season of
DOWNTON ABBEY, airing Sundays at
9pm on WNIT Channel 34.1 beginning
January 3. Repeats of each episode will air
the following Sunday at 8pm on 34.1.
Downton Abbey: Season 6 is underwritten by 1st Source
Bank, Casper’s Coin & Jewelry, Center for Hospice
Care, Inc., Gene’s Camera, Indiana Trust & Investment
Company, IU Health Goshen, Judee’s LLC, M. and
S. Management Co., McDonald Physical Therapy &
Sports Rehabilitation Center, ReMax Excellence – Barb
Campbell, Van Horne Jewelers and Waterford Crossing
Lady Mary’s past catches up with her when an
unwelcome visitor delivers an ultimatum, and
news about the running of Downton Hospital
puts Violet on the warpath.
Part Two – January 10
What begins as a happy day out for the family
and servants ends in panic and leaves Robert
with a difficult decision to make.
Part Three – January 17
An old acquaintance comes to Edith’s
aid, while Mr. Carson and Mrs. Hughes’ big
day brings an unexpected arrival.
Part Four – January 24
Anna and Mary face a crisis and a figure from
the past surprises those above and below stairs.
Part Five – January 31
Violet embroils the Minister of Health in the
hospital row, but his visit ends in catastrophe.
Mary’s suspicions are aroused.
Part Six – February 7
Downton Abbey opens its doors to the public for
charity, and tensions between Cora and Violet
reach a dramatic climax.
Part Seven – February 14
The family faces a shocking turn of events at
Brooklands racetrack while Molesley and
Daisy are put to the test.
Part Eight – February 21
Romance blossoms but a betrayal of trust
threatens the chance of lasting happiness.
Thomas considers desperate measures.
Downton Abbey: Season 6
Starting January 3 at 9pm on 34.1
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Worth Watching
January
Masterpiece: Sherlock: The Abominable Bride
Nature
All programs are on both 34.1 and 34.2
unless noted.
“Animal Odd Couples” – January
6&9
GREAT PERFORMANCES FROM
VIENNA: THE NEW YEAR’S
CELEBRATION
Friday, January 1, 7:30pm
& Sunday, January 3, 2pm
Unlikely cross-species relationships, such as a
chimp bottle-feeding a tiger cub, are examined.
Julie Andrews hosts an evening of Strauss Family
waltzes accompanied by the Vienna State Ballet.
MASTERPIECE: SHERLOCK:
THE ABOMINABLE BRIDE
Friday, January 1, 8pm & Sunday,
January 10, 10pm
Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman
return as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson in
the acclaimed modern retelling of Arthur Conan
Doyle’s classic stories. But now, our heroes find
themselves in 1890s London.
Underwritten in part by 1st Source Bank
NATURE
Wednesdays at 8pm
& Saturdays at 4pm
“Animal Misfits” – January 2
Odd and unlikely creatures that at first glance
seem ill-equipped for survival are explored.
“Natural Born Hustlers:
Staying Alive” – January 13 & 16
Stories about unusual survival techniques such
as camouflage, mimicking sounds and other
extremely rare methods.
“Natural Born Hustlers: The
Hunger Hustle” – January 20
Animals that have adapted their bodies or
behavior in extreme ways to create traps are
explored.
“Natural Born Hustlers: Sex,
Lies & Dirty Tricks” – January
27 & 30
It’s a tough world out there, so crafty animals
turn to disguise, illusion, duplicity and mimicry
to beat the odds and live another day.
Underwritten in part by Martin’s Super Markets
DOWNTON ABBEY: SEASON 6
(THE FINAL SEASON)
Sundays at 9pm
Rejoin the Crawley family for a sixth and final
season of intimately interlaced stories centered
on the English country estate.
Underwritten in part by 1st Source Bank, Casper’s Coins &
Jewelry, Café Navarre, Center for Hospice Care, Direct Rug
Imports, Doors & Drawers, Gene’s Camera Store, Indiana
Trust & Investment Company, IU Health Goshen Heart
& Vascular, Jordan Automotive, Judee’s LLC, McDonald
Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation Center,
Montessori Academy at Edison Lakes, Pain Management
Group, South Bend International Airport, The Center at
Donaldson, The History Museum and Van Horne Jewelers
CALL THE MIDWIFE: SEASON 4
Saturdays at 11pm
“Episode 1” – January 2
Nurse Barbara Gilbert arrives at Nonnatus.
Trixie faces a very emotionally draining case.
“Episode 2” – January 9
Nurse Phyllis Crane is not going to fit in easily.
Patsy is poised to take over as scout leader.
“Episode 3” – January 16
A mother’s life is turned upside down when her
husband is arrested for gross indecency with a man.
“Episode 4” –January 30
Sister Winifred’s eyes are opened to a seedy
underworld when she cares for an expectant
prostitute.
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Visit wnit.org/programs for more!
Finding Your Roots
LEADING A CITY:
FOUR DECADES OF
SOUTH BEND MAYORS
Sunday, January 3, 2:30pm
Over the past forty years, the city of South Bend
has been served by six mayors. LEADING A
CITY: FOUR DECADES OF SOUTH BEND
MAYORS presents conversations with former
mayors Jerry Miller, Peter Nemeth, Roger Parent,
Joe Kernan, Steve Luecke and current mayor Pete
Buttigieg on their service and legacy.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW
Mondays at 8pm & 9pm
,
Thursdays at 9pm, Saturdays
at 8pm
& Sundays at 6pm
Watch as owners recount tales of family heirlooms,
yard sale bargains and long-neglected items
salvaged from attics and basements, while experts
reveal the fascinating truths about these finds.
Underwritten in part by 1st Source Bank, Center for Hospice
Care, The Gibson Foundation, Gibson, Goshen Antique
Mall, Northern Box, Nunemaker’s Coin Shop and Old
Creamery Antiques
Particle Fever
FINDING YOUR ROOTS
Tuesdays at 8pm and Sundays
at 11:30pm
“The Stories We Tell” – January
5 & 10
Discover the unsolved mysteries behind the
family stories of political organizer Donna
Brazile, actor Ty Burrell and artist Kara Walker
as they learn how the legacy of slavery has shaped
their identities.
“The Irish Factor” – January 12
& 17
Explore the shared Irish ancestry of Soledad
O’Brien, Bill O’Reilly and Bill Maher and how they
have been deeply influenced by their Irish roots.
“In Search of Freedom” –
January 19 & 24
Learn how the ancestors of Maya Rudolph,
Shonda Rhimes and Keenen Ivory Wayans
struggled for freedom, and how each of these
cultural trailblazers gains a new understanding
of how they fit into this proud trajectory.
“Tragedy+Time = Comedy” –
January 25 & 31
Uncover a history of tragedies and triumphs in
the families of three of America’s funniest men
– Jimmy Kimmel, Norman Lear and Bill Hader
– as they learn how comedy truly has its place in
all aspects of life.
FRONTLINE
Tuesdays at 10pm
“Netanyahu at War” – January 5
Amid violence in the Middle East, FRONTLINE
traces Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin
Netanyahu’s path to power, and his high-stakes
fight with President Obama over Iran’s nuclear
program.
“Supplements and Safety” –
January 19
FRONTLINE investigates the hidden dangers
of vitamins and supplements, a multibilliondollar industry with limited FDA oversight.
PARTICLE FEVER
Wednesday, January 6, 10pm
PARTICLE FEVER follows the inside story
of six brilliant scientists seeking to unravel the
mysteries of the universe, documenting the
successes and setbacks in the planet’s most
significant and inspiring scientific breakthrough.
FCC SPECTRUM AUCTION:
WHAT IT MEANS TO MICHIANA
Thursday, January 7, 7:30pm
What is the upcoming FCC spectrum auction
and what impact will it have on television
broadcasters? On this special WNIT program,
we’ll discover how the broadcast spectrum works,
why cellular service providers will use the reallocated spectrum and what options the auction
may have on television providers.
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5
Worth Watching
January
Willie Nelson: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize
A RIDE ALONG THE
LINCOLN HIGHWAY
Thursday, January 7, 10pm
The history and wonderful landmarks found along
the first coast-to-coast highway are chronicled.
IN PERFORMANCE AT THE
WHITE HOUSE: A CELEBRATION
OF AMERICAN CREATIVITY
Friday, January 8, 9pm
&
Sunday, January 10, 3pm
Celebrate the cultural resonance of art and
literature in unique American musical forms.
JOHN WOODEN:
THE INDIANA STORY
Sunday, January 10, 6pm
JOHN WOODEN: THE INDIANA STORY
celebrates the life of the legendary basketball
coach and inspirational teacher (1910-2010).
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
Tuesdays at 9pm
“Bonnie & Clyde” – January 19
Discover the true story of the most famous
outlaw couple in US history.
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Mercy Street
“The Mine Wars” – January 26
The struggle over the power that fueled America
led to the largest armed insurrection since the
Civil War, and turned parts of West Virginia
into a bloody war zone.
A PROGRAM ABOUT
UNUSUAL BUILDINGS &
OTHER ROADSIDE STUFF
Thursday, January 14, 10pm
Rick Sebak brings his trademark flair to a road
trip in search of America’s most interesting,
wacky and goofy buildings.
WILLIE NELSON: THE LIBRARY
OF CONGRESS GERSHWIN PRIZE
FOR POPULAR MUSIC
Friday, January 15, 9pm
&
Sunday, January 17, 3pm
The Library of Congress honors Willie Nelson
with the Gershwin Prize for Popular Music
Song award. With a career that spans six decades,
Nelson’s music pushes genre boundaries and his
lyrics give voice to America’s heartland.
EVERYONE HAS A PLACE
Friday, January 15, 10:30pm
& Sunday, January 17, 4:30pm
EVERYONE HAS A PLACE is a short musical
documentary featuring a ground-breaking
collaboration of jazz, gospel and vocals. This
body of work is entitled “Abyssinian: A Gospel
Celebration.” It was composed by the American
musical treasure Wynton Marsalis.
MERCY STREET
Sundays & Thursdays at 10pm
The New Nurse” – January 17 & 21
New England nurse Mary Phinney begins her
duties in Mansion House, while Mansion House
owner James Sr. struggles to preserve the family
fortune as daughter Emma secretly searches for
her beau.
The Haversack” – January 24 & 28
Confederate belle Emma nurses her wounded
friend, Dr. Foster wrestles with his marriage and
career as Mary tries to improve her patients’ lives
with Samuel’s help.
Visit wnit.org/programs for more!
Great Performances at the Met: Il Trovatore
The Uniform ” – January 31
Dr. Foster confronts his family’s divided loyalties,
Alice is shocked to find her fiancé, Tom, deeply
changed by war and Samuel and Aurelia try to
persuade a slave boy to seize a chance at freedom.
Underwritten in part by Elkhart Audiology Rehab, Snite
Museum of Art, South Bend Museum of Art, Sunny Italy
Café and The Inn at Harbor Shores
1964: THE FIGHT FOR A RIGHT
Monday, January 18, 10pm
Featuring historical footage and interview with
Freedom Summer architects and volunteers, as
well as present day activists, this documentary
uses Mississippi to explain American voting issues
over the last 150 years.
THE RAISING OF AMERICA
Thursdays
“Early Childhood and the
Future of Our Nation” –
January 21, 7pm
& January 22,
8:30pm
This episode interweaves the latest discoveries
from neuroscience with the stories of families and
communities struggling to provide the nurturing
environments all babies and young children need
to thrive.
Brit Floyd
“Once Upon a Time:
When Childcare for
All Wasn’t Just a Fairytale” –
January 28, 7pm
& January 29,
9:30pm
This episode takes a look back at 1971 when
Congress passed a bill providing high-quality,
universal childcare, home visiting and other
services from birth to age five, and President
Nixon vetoed the bill.
CRISIS OF FAITH
Thursday, January 21, 9:30pm
Narrated by Grammy®-winning singer-songwriter
Amy Grant, CRISIS OF FAITH examines how
slavery and biblical interpretations on its morality
divided religious denominations and ultimately,
the nation, in the Civil War era.
GREAT PERFORMANCE
AT THE MET: IL TROVATORE
Friday, January 22, 9pm
James Levine conducts David McVicar’s
production of Verdi’s intense opera starring
Marcelo Alvarez.
BRIT FLOYD: SPACE & TIME
LIVE IN AMSTERDAM
Saturday, January 23, 8pm
Brit Floyd pays special tribute to the era defining
classic rock of Pink Floyd as part of their 2015
Space & Time tour. Enjoy tributes to your favorite
Pink Floyd hits in this live recorded concert from
Amsterdam.
JOE BONAMASSA – MUDDY
WOLF LIVE AT RED ROCKS
Saturday, January 23, 9:30pm
On August 31, Joe Bonamassa performed an
exclusive event concert experience at Red Rocks
Amphitheater in Denver, Colorado, celebrating
the music of blues legends Muddy Waters and
Howlin’ Wolf.
THE GREAT FIRE
Monday, January 25, 10pm
& Sunday, January 31, 4pm
Watch an epic drama about the 1666 Great Fire
of London, when the city burned for four days.
Andrew Buchan stars as Thomas Farriner, whose
bakery in Pudding Lane was the flashpoint for the
inferno.
CELTIC WOMAN: DESTINY
Saturday, January 23, 6pm
CELTIC WOMAN: DESTINY contains a
host of brand new material along with some new
arrangements of some of their most loved tracks
from throughout their ten year career.
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Worth Watching
February
The Great Fire
Raising of America
All programs are on both 34.1 and 34.2
unless noted.
THE GREAT FIRE
Mondays at 10pm
at 2pm
& Sundays
Watch an epic drama about the 1666 Great Fire
of London, when the city burned for four days.
Andrew Buchan stars as Thomas Farriner, whose
bakery in Pudding Lane was the flashpoint for the
inferno.
FINDING YOUR ROOTS
Tuesdays at 8pm & Sundays
at 11pm
The series combines history and science in a
fascinating exploration of race, family, and
identity in today’s America. Each hour features a
different pair of celebrity guests, who are bound
together by an intimate, sometimes hidden link,
whether it be as old friends, through long-lost
relatives, or even through a common ancestral
past.
“Visionaries” – February 2 & 7
“War Stories” – February 9 & 14
“Family Reunions” – February 16
& 21
“The Pioneers” – February 23 & 28
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AMERICAN EXPERIENCE:
MURDER OF A PRESIDENT
Tuesdays, February 2, 9pm
Explore James Garfield’s unprecedented rise to
power, his shooting by a madman and its bizarre
and tragic aftermath.
“Ice Age Death Trap” – February
17, 10pm
Preserved bones of mammoths, mastodons and
other giant extinct beasts are uncovered in the
Rockies.
“Rise of Robots” – February 24
NOVA
Wednesdays at 9pm
“Creatures of Light” –
February 3
Machines with human-like capabilities have long
been the stuff of science fiction, until now. Meet
the world’s most advance humanoid robots as
they leave the lab, battle real-world challenges and
endeavor to become part of our everyday lives.
Take a dazzling dive with NOVA and National
Geographic to explore how and why so many of
the ocean’s creatures light up-revealing a hidden
undersea world where creatures flash, sparkle,
shimmer or simply glow.
Underwritten in part by 1st Source Bank
“Memory” – February 10
Discover how researchers on the cutting edge of
mind-control can implant, change and even erase
memories, as well as investigate the mysterious
nature of how we remember.
“Iceman Reborn” – February 17
Murdered more than 5,000 years ago, Otzi the
Iceman is the oldest human mummy on Earth.
Now, newly discovered evidence sheds light not
only on this mysterious ancient man, but on the
dawn of civilization in Europe.
THE RAISING OF AMERICA:
EARLY CHILDHOOD AND
THE FUTURE OF OUR NATION
Thursdays at 7pm
“Are we Crazy About Our
Kids?” – February 4, 7pm
and
February 5, 9pm
This episode brings to life the classic economic
studies of Perry Preschool and other initiatives
conducted by Nobel laureate James Heckman,
Arthur Rolnick and others which illustrate how
we can either invest early for success or pay more
for failure later.
Visit wnit.org/programs for more!
Mercy Street
“Wounded Places” –
February 11, 7pm
&
February 12, 8:30pm
This episode chronicles the stories of children
shaken by trauma and asks not “What’s wrong
with you?” but “What happened to you?” and
how traumatized children and neighborhoods
can heal.
“DNA is Not Destiny” –
February 18, 7pm
& February
19, 8:30pm
New scientific discoveries reveal how fetal and
early childhood environments quite literally
change brain architecture and other bioregulatory systems – from stress response to
metabolism.
“What’s Next Locally?” –
February 25, 7pm
and
February 26, 9pm
This final episode is dedicated entirely to how
we can collaboratively combat these issues in the
Michiana region.
MERCY STREET
Thursdays at 10pm & Sundays
at 10pm
“The Uniform” – February 4
Dr. Foster confronts his family’s divided loyalties
when his mother and wounded Confederate
brother arrive.
Downton Abbey: Season 6
“The Belle Alliance” – February
7 & 11
During a Union ball at their house, the Green
girls and Frank initiate a daring plan to help Tom
escape.
“The Dead Room” – February 14
& 18
The unexpected visit of a hospital inspector
throws the staff into disarray.
“The Diabolical Plot ” –
February 21 & 25
President Lincoln’s visit sets in motion a
diabolical rebel plot and offers an opportunity to
free James Sr.
Underwritten in part by Elkhart Audiology Rehab, Snite
Museum of Art, South Bend Museum of Art, Sunny Italy
Café and The Inn at Harbor Shores
LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER:
RICHARD TUCKER OPERA GALA
– FROM BOCELLI TO BARTON
Friday, February 5, 9pm
Andrea Bocelli joins a cast of celebrated opera
stars at the annual Richard Tucker Gala, New
York’s most prestigious opera concert. This
concert is a benefit for the Richard Tucker Music
Foundation, which supports the careers of young
American opera singers and honors the legacy of
America’s greatest tenor.
GHOSTS OF AMISTAD:
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF REBELS
Sunday, February 7, 3pm
This documentary chronicles a trip to Sierra
Leone in 2013 to visit the home villages of the
people who seized the slave schooner Amistad
in 1839. The film uses the knowledge of villagers,
fishermen, and truck drivers to recover a lost
history from below in the struggle against slavery.
DESEGREGATION:
A DREAM DELAYED
Sunday, February 7, 4pm
Investigate the failure of school desegregation in
East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, the venue
of the oldest federal desegregation lawsuit in
United States history. The program explores how
and why this failure occurred and leads viewers
through 45 years of litigation to the case’s recent
conclusion.
DOWNTON ABBEY: SEASON 6
Sundays at 9pm
Rejoin the Crawley family for a sixth and final
season of intimately interlaced stories centered
on the English country estate.
Underwritten in part by 1st Source Bank, Casper’s Coins &
Jewelry, Café Navarre, Center for Hospice Care, Direct Rug
Imports, Doors & Drawers, Gene’s Camera Store, Indiana
Trust & Investment Company, IU Health Goshen Heart
& Vascular, Jordan Automotive, Judee’s LLC, McDonald
Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation Center,
Montessori Academy at Edison Lakes, Pain Management
Group, South Bend International Airport, The Center at
Donaldson, The History Museum and Van Horne Jewelers
11
Worth Watching
February
Independent Lens: A Ballerina’s Tale
Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race
HUMANITY FROM SPACE
Wednesday, February 10, 10pm
QUEEN OF SWING
Sunday, Feb. 14, 4pm
An epic journey of discovery using the very latest
mind-boggling data and astonishing CGI to trace
the story of humankind’s ascent from huntergatherer to dominant global species.
Recount the true story of a Jazz Age trailblazer
— 95-year-old entertainer Norma Miller. The
engaging biography highlights the life, career and
indomitable spirit of the Harlem-born actress,
dancer and choreographer known as “The Queen
of Swing.”
INDEPENDENT LENS:
A BALLERINA’S TALE
Friday, February 12, 10pm
A BALLERINA’S TALE is an intimate look at
Misty Copeland as she breaks through barriers
and transcends her art.
VEL PHILLIPS:
DREAM BIG DREAMS
Sunday, February 14, 3pm
Discover how Vel Phillips achieved an impressive
list of “firsts” as part of her legacy, including
the first African American judge in Wisconsin
and the first woman, and African American,
in the nation elected to executive office in state
government.
= InFocus only
12
= WNIT only
READY JET GO
Weekdays at 7:30am & 4pm
beginning February 15
Follow Sean, Sydney and Jet Propulsion as they
explore our solar system and the effects it has on
the science of our planet, all while learning about
friendship and teamwork along the way.
INDEPENDENT LENS:
THE POWERBROKER
Monday, February 15, 10pm &
Saturday, February 20, 10 pm
Whitney Young was one of the most powerful,
controversial, and largely forgotten leaders of
the civil rights movement, who took the fight
directly to the powerful white elite, gaining allies
in business and government, including three
presidents.
INDEPENDENT LENS:
BLACK PANTHERS –
VANGUARD OF THE
REVOLUTION
Tuesday, February 16, 9pm
Acclaimed documentarian, Stanley Nelson, takes
a look into the rise and fall of the Black Panther
Party.
AMERICAN MASTERS:
CAROLE KING
Friday, February 19, 9pm
Delve into the hit singer-songwriter’s life and
career from the 1960s in New York to the music
mecca of LA in the 1970s to the present. King
joins collaborators and family in new interviews,
while rare home movies, performances and
photos complete the tapestry.
BRIDGING THE DIVIDE:
TOM BRADLEY AND
THE POLITICS OF RACE
Sunday, February 21, 3pm
BRIDGING THE DIVIDE tells the story of
how Bradley’s coalition of African Americans,
Jews, white liberals, Latinos and Asian Americans
united a divided city, brought inclusion and
access, and set the foundation for sustainable
interracial coalitions that later encouraged the
elections of minority candidates nationwide,
most notably President Barack Obama.
Visit wnit.org/programs for more!
In Their Own Words: Muhammad Ali
WITH ALL DELIBERATE SPEED
– THE LEGACY OF BROWN VS.
BOARD
Sunday, Feb. 21, 4pm
WITH ALL DELIBERATE SPEED: THE
LEGACY OF BROWN VS. BOARD
addresses the most pressing questions about
race and ethnicity in America — then and now.
Prestigious scholars representing the nation’s
leading universities, civil rights organizations
and educational institutions, provide critical
exploration of the history and legacy of the
Brown case.
IN THEIR OWN WORDS:
MUHAMMAD ALI
Monday, February 22, 10pm
Follow Ali’s rise from the Columbia Gym in
Louisville to international fame, as he transcended
his great athletic achievements to become one
of the most influential Americans of his time.
See how this once polarizing figure ultimately
became a beloved and honored national hero. Key
events include Ali’s stunning Islamic conversion
and name change, his dramatic stand against
the Vietnam-era draft, his 3-year exile from the
ring, his legendary comeback fights, his battle
with Parkinson’s disease, and his inspirational
reemergence on the world stage at the Atlanta
Olympics.
The Human Face of Big Data
THE HUMAN FACE OF BIG DATA
Wednesday, February 24, 10pm
With the rapid emergence of digital devices, an
unstoppable, invisible force is changing human
lives in incredible ways. Every two days the
human race is now generating as much data as was
generated from the dawn of humanity through the
year 2003. The massive gathering and analyzing of
data in real time is allowing us to address some of
humanity’s biggest challenges—pollution, world
hunger, and illness—but as Edward Snowden and
the release of National Security Administration
documents have shown, the accessibility of all this
data comes at a steep price
MR. CIVIL RIGHTS: THURGOOD
MARSHALL AND THE NAACP
Monday, February 29, 10pm
MR. CIVIL RIGHTS: THURGOOD
MARSHALL AND THE NAACP incorporates
rare archival film and extraordinary interviews to
chart Thurgood Marshall’s life (1908-1993) in
the years leading up to the landmark Brown v.
Board of Education Supreme Court ruling.
NEW PBS KIDS
PROGRAM COMING
IN FEBRUARY
READY JET GO! is the new
PBS Kids series that follows
three neighborhood kids:
Sean, Sydney and their
4-year old neighbor
Mindy, who has lots of
questions about space.
They befriend the new kid
on their street, Jet Propulsion,
whose family happens to be
aliens from the planet Bortron 7.
Together, they explore the solar
system, learning about friendship
and teamwork along the way.
BEGINNING FEBRUARY 15, 7:30AM
& 4PM WEEKDAYS ON 34.1
13
Primetime –
January
8:00 pm
(Programs subject to change)
8:30 pm
9:00 pm
9:30 pm
10:00 pm
10:30 pm
11:00 pm
A Salute to
Downton Abbey
11:30 pm
1 Fri
Great Performances:
New Year’s Celebration (7:30pm)
2 Sat
Antiques Roadshow 1935:
Treasures on the Move
As Time Goes By
Keeping Up Appearances
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Ep. 1
3 Sun
Countdown to Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 1
Downton Abbey a Celebration
Manners of Downton Abbey
4 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Spokane
Antiques Roadshow: Pittsburgh, PA
Secrets of Tower of London
Charlie Rose
5 Tue
Finding Your Roots
6 Wed
Nature: Animal Odd Couples
NOVA: Secret Tunnel Warfare
7 Thu
Father Brown: Series 2, Ep. 6
Antiques Roadshow: Spokane
A Ride Along the Lincoln Highway
Charlie Rose
In Performance at the White House
In Performance at the White House
Charlie Rose
Keeping Up Appearances
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Ep. 2
8 Fri
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
Sherlock: The Abominable Bride
Charlie Rose
Frontline: Netanyahu at War
Charlie Rose
Particle Fever
9 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Spokane
As Time Goes By
10 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 1
(7:30pm)
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 2
11 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Spokane
Antiques Roadshow: Pittsburgh, PA
12 Tue
Finding Your Roots
13 Wed
Nature: Natural Born Hustlers
NOVA: Life’s Rocky Start
Earth’s Natural Wonders, Pt. 1
Charlie Rose
14 Thu
Father Brown: Series 2, Ep. 7
Antiques Roadshow: Spokane
Unusual Buildings &
Other Roadside Stuff
Charlie Rose
15 Fri
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
Sherlock: The Abominable Bride
Secrets of Underground London
PBS Newshour: The State of the Union
Charlie Rose
Charlie Rose
Everyone
Has a Place
Willie Nelson: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize
Finding Your Roots
Charlie Rose
16 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Spokane
As Time Goes By
Keeping Up Appearances
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Ep. 3
17 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 2
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 3
Mercy Street: The New Nurse
Finding Your Roots
18 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Spokane
Antiques Roadshow: El Paso, TX
1964: The Fight for a Right
Charlie Rose
19 Tue
Finding Your Roots
Bonnie & Clyde: American Experience
Frontline
Charlie Rose
20 Wed
Nature: Natural Born Hustlers
NOVA: Mystery Beneath the Ice
Earth’s Natural Wonders, Pt. 2
Charlie Rose
Mercy Street: The New Nurse
Charlie Rose
21 Thu
Raising of
America Local
Discussion
22 Fri
Washington Week
23 Sat
Father Brown: Season 2, Ep. 8
Crisis of Faith
Economic Outlook
Great Performance at the Met: Il Trovatore
Brit Floyd: Space & Time Live in Amsterdam
Joe Bonamassa: Muddy Wolf Live at Red Rocks
On the Psychiatrist’s Couch
24 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 3
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 4
Mercy Street: The Haversack
Finding Your Roots
25 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
Antiques Roadshow: El Paso, TX
The Great Fire
Charlie Rose
26 Tue
Finding Your Roots
27 Wed
Nature: Natural Born Hustlers
NOVA: Himalayan Megaquake
Earth’s Natural Wonders, Pt. 3
Charlie Rose
28 Thu
Father Brown: Season 2, Ep. 9
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
Mercy Street: The Haversack
Charlie Rose
Mike Nichols: American Masters
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration
Charlie Rose
29 Fri
14
(34.1)
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
The Mine Wars: American Experience
Charlie Rose
30 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
As Time Goes By
Keeping Up Appearances
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Ep. 4
31 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 4
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 5
Mercy Street: The Uniform
Finding Your Roots
Primetime –
January
1 Fri
8:00 pm
8:30 pm
Exp. Michiana
Tavis Smiley
(34.2)
(Programs subject to change)
9:00 pm
9:30 pm
10:00 pm
Superheroes:
A Never-Ending Battle, Pt. 1
2 Sat
Live From Lincoln Center: New York Philharmonic New Year’s Eve - La Vie
Parisenne
3 Sun
Countdown to Downton Abbey
10:30 pm
11:00 pm
11:30 pm
Superheroes:
A Never-Ending Battle, Pt. 2
Superheroes:
A Never-Ending Battle, Pt. 3
Michael Feinstein New Year
Austin City Limits
Manor of
Speaking
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 1
Austin City Limits
4 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: Pittsburgh, PA
Independent Lens
Charlie Rose
5 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
Father Brown: Season 1, Ep. 1
Forsyte Saga
Charlie Rose
6 Wed
Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
Rick Steves’
Europe
7 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Best of PBS
8 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Charlie Rose
9 Sat
In Performance at the White House
First You Dream
Finding Your Roots
Austin City Limits
10 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 1 (7:30)
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 2
Manor of Speaking
Secrets of Highclere Castle
Joe Bonamassa Muddy Wolf at Red Rocks
Mustang
Antiques Roadshow 2001 Spokane
Rick Steves’
Europe
Brit Floyd: Space & Time: Live in Amsterdam
Charlie Rose
Charlie Rose
Charlie Rose
11 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
12 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
Father Brown: Season 1, Ep. 2
Forsyte Saga
Charlie Rose
13 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
NOVA: Life’s Rocky Start
Earth’s Natural Wonders, Pt. 1
Charlie Rose
14 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Few Great Bakeries
Antiques Roadshow 2002 Spokane
Charlie Rose
15 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Charlie Rose
Celtic Woman Destiny
Charlie Rose
Rick Steves’
Europe
Joe Bonamassa: Muddy Wolf Live at Red Rocks
16 Sat
Willie Nelson: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize
17 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 2
PBS Previews
Charlie Rose
Finding Your Roots
Austin City Limits
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 3
Manor of Speaking
Austin City Limits
18 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: El Paso, TX
Independent Lens
Charlie Rose
19 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
Father Brown: Season 1, Ep. 3
Forsyte Saga
Charlie Rose
20 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
NOVA: Mystery Beneath the Ice
Earth’s Natural Wonders, Pt. 2
Charlie Rose
21 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: 2003 Spokane
Antiques Roadshow 2003 Spokane
Charlie Rose
22 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Brit Floyd: Space & Time Live in
Amsterdam
Charlie Rose
Raising of America: Early Childhood
and the Future of Our Nation
23 Sat
24 Sun
Great Performance at the Met: Il Trovatore
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 3
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 4
Charlie Rose
Manor of
Speaking
Rick Steves’
Europe
Austin City Limits
25 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: El Paso, TX
Independent Lens
Charlie Rose
26 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
Father Brown: Season 1, Ep. 4
Forsyte Saga
Charlie Rose
27 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
NOVA: Himalayan Megaquake
Earth’s Natural Wonders, Pt. 3
Charlie Rose
28 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Mercy Street: The Haversack
Antiques Roadshow 2004 Little Rock
Charlie Rose
29 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Charlie Rose
Raising of America: Once Upon A Time
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration
Charlie Rose
Finding Your Roots
Austin City Limits
30 Sat
Mike Nichols: American Masters
Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration
31 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 4
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 5
Manor of
Speaking
Rick Steves’
Europe
Austin City Limits
15
Primetime – (34.1)
February
8:00 pm
9:00 pm
9:30 pm
10:00 pm
10:30 pm
11:00 pm
11:30 pm
Iowa Caucuses
Nightly
Business Report
1 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
2 Tue
Finding Your Roots
3 Wed
Nature: Mystery Monkeys of Shangri-La
NOVA: Creatures of Light
PBS: TBA
Charlie Rose
4 Thu
Father Brown: Season 2, Ep. 10
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
Mercy Street, Episode 3
Charlie Rose
5 Fri
Washington Week
Antiques Roadshow: El Paso, TX
The Great Fire
Murder of a President: American Experience
Economic Outlook
Charlie Rose
Live From Lincoln Center: Richard Tucker Opera
Charlie Rose
6 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
As Time Goes By
Keeping Up Appearances
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Ep. 5
7 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 5
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 6
Mercy Street, Episode 4
Finding Your Roots
8 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
Antiques Roadshow: Atlanta, GA
The Great Fire
Charlie Rose
9 Tue
Finding Your Roots
Perfect Crime: American Experience
Frontline
10 Wed
Nature: Moose - Life of a Twig Eater
NOVA: Memory
11 Thu
Father Brown: Season 1, Ep. 1
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
12 Fri
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
Iowa Caucuses
Nightly
Business Report
Humanity From Space
Mercy Street, Episode 4
B.B. King: American Masters
Charlie Rose
Independent Lens: A Ballerina’s Tale
Nightly Business
Report
13 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
As Time Goes By
Keeping Up Appearances
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Ep. 6
14 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 6
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 7
Mercy Street, Episode 5
Finding Your Roots
15 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Charleston
Antiques Roadshow: Atlanta, GA
The Great Fire
Charlie Rose
16 Tue
Finding Your Roots
17 Wed
Nature: Raising The Dinosaur Giant
18 Thu
Raising of America
– Local Discussion
19 Fri
Washington Week
Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution - Independent Lens
Charlie Rose
NOVA: Iceman Reborn
NOVA: Ice Age Death Trap
Charlie Rose
Mercy Street, Episode 5
Charlie Rose
Carole King: American Masters
Bluegrass Underground Arts Special
Charlie Rose
Father Brown: Season 1, Ep. 2
Economic Outlook
Young Lincoln
20 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Charleston
As Time Goes By
Keeping Up Appearances
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Ep. 7
21 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 7
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 8
Mercy Street, Episode 6
Finding Your Roots
22 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Charleston
Antiques Roadshow: Atlanta, GA
In Their Own Words: Muhammad Ali
Charlie Rose
23 Tue
Finding Your Roots
24 Wed
Nature: Snow Chick
NOVA: Rise of the Robots
The Human Face of Big Data
Charlie Rose
25 Thu
Father Brown: Season 1, Ep. 3
Antiques Roadshow: Charleston
Mercy Street, Episode 6
Charlie Rose
In Performance at the White House:
Tribute to Ray Charles
Fats Domino: American Experience
Charlie Rose
26 Fri
16
8:30 pm
(Programs subject to change)
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
Frontline
Charlie Rose
27 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Charleston
As Time Goes By
Keeping Up Appearances
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Ep. 8
28 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 8 (7:30)
More Manners of Downton Abbey
Manners of Downton Abbey
Finding Your Roots
29 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Charleston
Antiques Roadshow: Minneapolis, MN
Mr. Civil Rights:
Thurgood Marshall and the NAACP
Charlie Rose
Primetime – (34.2)
February
(Programs subject to change)
8:00 pm
8:30 pm
9:00 pm
1 Mon
The Weekly
Special
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: El Paso, TX
2 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
3 Wed
Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
NOVA: Creatures of Light
Indiana Trailblazers
Charlie Rose
4 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
Mercy Street, Episode 3
Charlie Rose
5 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Charlie Rose
Raising of America:
Are We Crazy About Our Kids?
Reel South
Charlie Rose
Finding Your Roots
Austin City Limits
Mercy Street, Episode 4
Austin City Limits
6 Sat
9:30 pm
10:00 pm
10:30 pm
Independent Lens: In Football We Trust
Retirement
Roadmap
Bee Gees: One Night Only
Live From Lincoln Center: Richard Tucker Opera
7 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 5
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 6
8 Mon
The Weekly
Special
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: Atlanta, GA
9 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
11:00 pm
Independent Lens: A Ballerina’s Tale
Pete Townshend’s Classic Quadrophenia
11:30 pm
PBS Previews
Charlie Rose
Emery Blagdon
Charlie Rose
10 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
NOVA: Memory
Indiana Trailblazers
Charlie Rose
11 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: Little Rock
Mercy Street, Episode 4
Charlie Rose
12 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Reel South
Charlie Rose
Raising of America: Wounded Places
13 Sat
Afropop
Afropop
Finding Your Roots
Austin City Limits
14 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 6
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 7
Mercy Street, Episode 5
Austin City Limits
15 Mon
The Weekly
Special
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: Atlanta, GA
Independent Lens: The Powerbroker
Charlie Rose
16 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics - The 60s
Charlie Rose
17 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
NOVA: Iceman Reborn
Circle Broken
Charlie Rose
18 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: Charleston
Mercy Street, Episode 5
Charlie Rose
19 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Reel South
Charlie Rose
Raising of America: DNA is Not Destiny
20 Sat
Afropop
Afropop
Independent Lens: The Powerbroker
Austin City Limits
21 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 7
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 8
Mercy Street, Episode 6
Austin City Limits
22 Mon
The Weekly
Special
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: Atlanta, GA
23 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
Independent Lens: Terror
Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen
Atchafalaya
Houseboat
Charlie Rose
24 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
NOVA: Robots Are Coming
New Vision New Harmony
Charlie Rose
25 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: Charleston
Mercy Street, Episode 6
Charlie Rose
26 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Charlie Rose
Raising of America: What’s Next Locally?
Reel South
Charlie Rose
27 Sat
Afropop
Fats Domino: American Experience
Finding Your Roots
Austin City Limits
28 Sun
Downton Abbey: Season 6, Ep. 8 (7:30)
More Manners of Downton Abbey
Manners of Downton Abbey
Austin City Limits
Antiques Roadshow: Minneapolis, MN
Independent Lens: Wilhemina’s War
Charlie Rose
29 Mon
The Weekly
Special
Tavis Smiley
17
Daytime – (34.1)
January/February
(Programs subject to change)
Denotes PBS Kids programming
Monday
Tuesday
6:00 am
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Body Electric
Saturday
Sunday
Michigan Out-of-Doors
Curious George
6:30 am
Odd Squad
The Best of Joy Painting
The Cat in the Hat
7:00 am
Wild Kratts
Quilting Arts
Peg + Cat
7:30 am
Wild Kratts
Fons & Porter
Dinosaur Train
8:00 am
Nature Cat
Sewing With Nancy
Cyberchase
8:30 am
Curious George
Sew It All
Biz Kids
9:00 am
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
It’s Sew Easy
Outdoor Elements
9:30 am
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
Knitting Daily
Indiana Lawmakers
10:00 am
Sesame Street
Lidia’s Kitchen
10:30 am
Peg + Cat
Dinner & A Book
11:00 am
Dinosaur Train
Sara’s Weeknight Meals
Off the Record
11:30 am
Dinosaur Train
America’s Test Kitchen
Indiana Week in Review
Noon
Super Why!
Martha Bakes
Washington Week
12:30 am
Thomas & Friends
Economic Outlook
1:00 pm
Sesame Street
1:30 pm
Cat in the Hat
Jacques Pepin
Heart & Soul
Victory Garden’s
Edible Feast
P. Allen Smith’s
Garden Home
2:00 pm
Curious George
This Old House
2:30 pm
Curious George
Hometime
3:00 pm
Arthur
Woodsmith’s Shop
3:30 pm
Nature Cat
Woodwright’s Shop
4:00 pm
Odd Squad
4:30 pm
Odd Squad
5:00 pm
Wild Kratts
5:30 pm
6:00 pm
6:30 pm
Inside Indiana Business
McLaughlin Group
To the Contrary
Politically Speaking
(SB Mayors, Jan. 3)
Various Programming/
Nature
Friday Fun Zone
PBS Newshour Weekend PBS Newshour Weekend
BBC World News America
Experience Michiana
Charlie Rose
PBS NewsHour
Classic Gospel
Antiques Roadshow/
Various Programming
Lawrence Welk
Father Brown
7:00 pm
Dinner & A Book
Economic Outlook
Outdoor Elements
7:30 pm
Rick Steves’ Europe
Rick Steves’ Europe
Politically Speaking
Raising of America
(Spectrum Auction,
Jan. 7)
Experience Michiana
Money Sense/
The Weekly Show
January 2016 34.1 Daytime Weekend Pledge Schedule
Saturday, January 23
7:00am Dr. Dyer I Can See Clearly Now
10:00am Ed Slott’s Retirement Roadmap 2015
10:30am Dinner & a Book
11:00am Fast Metabolism Revolution with Haylie Pomroy
1:00pm Aging Backwards with Miranda Esmonde-White
2:00pm On the Psychiatrist’s Couch with Dr. Amen
3:30pm Aging Backwards with Miranda Esmonde-White
4:30pm Remembering the Carpenters: Close to You
6:00pm Celtic Woman: Destiny
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Sunday, January 24
3:00pm
4:30pm
6:00pm
6:30pm
Brit Floyd Space & Time Live in Amsterdam
On the Psychiatrist’s Couch with Dr. Amen
Ed Slott’s Retirement Roadmap 2015
Remembering the Carpenters: Close to You
Daytime –
(34.2)
January/February
(Programs subject to change)
Denotes PBS Kids programming
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
6:00 am
Sit and Be Fit
Thomas & Friends
6:30 am
Classical Stretch
Bob the Builder
Dinosaur Train
Sid the Science Kid
7:00 am
Happy Yoga
Jazzy Vegetarian
Fishing Behind the Lines
Jerry Yarnell
Aviators
Daniel Tiger
Sesame Street
7:30 am
Well Read
Ciao Italia
Garden Smart
Best of Joy of Painting
Roadtrip Nation/VP
Daniel Tiger
Daniel Tiger
8:00 am
On Story
Cook’s Country
8:30 am
America from the
Ground Up
Motorweek
9:00 am
Beauty of Oil Painting
Painting with Paulson
10:00 am
Democracy Now
10:30 am
11:00 am
Native Report
11:30 am
Daytripper
Ultimate Restorations
Noon
Classical Stretch
Simply Ming
Happy Yoga
Fit 2 Stitch
BBQ with Franklin
Start Up
Rick Steves’ Europe
Travelscope
Growing Greener World
Under the Radar
Globe Trekker
This Old House Hour
History Detectives
2:00 pm
Aviators
American Woodshop
Best of Joy of Painting
Sara’s Weeknight Meals
2:30 pm
Roadtrip Nation
Woodsmith Shop
Jerry Yarnell
Moveable Feast
3:00 pm
New Environmentalists/
Fringe Benefits
Chinese Builders/Travels
with Darley
Garden Smart
Paint This
Cook’s Country
Rough Cut
Beauty of Oil Painting
America’s Test Kitchen
1:00 pm
1:30 pm
3:30 pm
4:00 pm
5:30 pm
Annabel Langbein
On Story
Jazzy Vegetarian
Well Read
Ciao Italia
Bluegrass
Underground
Various Programming
4:30 pm
5:00 pm
Globe Trekker
Charlie Rose
9:30 am
12:30 am
This Old House Hour
Politically Speaking
Various Programming
Austin City Limits
Music City Roots
Curious George
Clifford
Curious George/
Nature Cat
Wild Kratts/
Ready Jet Go
Mister Roger’s
Wild Kratts
Wild Kratts
Odd Squad
Odd Squad
Arthur
Space Racers
This Old House
Julia Childs: Cooking
with Master Chefs
Victory Garden’s
Edible Feast
This Old House
Curious George
Twice As Good
Scigirls
1001 Nights
Open Mind
To the Contrary
Religion & Ethics
Ask This Old House
Martha Stewart’s
Cooking School
Hometime
Martha Bakes
Woodwright’s Shop
Chef’s Life
Motorweek
Mind of a Chef
Martha Stewart’s
Cooking School
Martha Bakes
History Detectives
Nature
NOVA
6:00 pm
Newsline
6:30 pm
Nightly Business Report
Open Mind
Washington Week
PBS Newshour
Antiques Roadshow
Various Programming
7:00 pm
7:30 pm
PBS Newshour Weekend PBS Newshour Weekend
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January
(Programs subject to changes)
Special membership programming shown in purple.
Midnight
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Friday 1
Live Lincoln Center
Michael Feinstein
Nature: Misfits
NOVA: Solomon
Saturday 2
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Great Performances
2:30 am Live Lincoln Center
4:30 am Salute to Downton
5:30 am This Old House Hour
Sunday 3
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Austin City Limits
NOVA: Solomon
Nature: Misfits
Frontline
Independent Lens
Michael Feinstein
Midnight
1:30 am
2:30 am
4:00 am
Globe Trekker
Secrets of Highclere
Downton Abbey
Live Lincoln Center
Monday 4
Tuesday 5
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Antiques Roadshow
2:00 am Antiques Roadshow
3:00 am Downton Abbey
4:30 am PBS Previews
5:00 am Secrets of Highclere
Wednesday 6
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Finding Your Roots
2:00 am Frontline
4:00 am Independent Lens
5:00 am Antiques Roadshow
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Thursday 7
Charlie Rose
Nature: Odd Couples
NOVA: Secret Tunnel
Particle Fever
Finding Your Roots
Friday 8
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am This Old House Hour
2:00 am Particle Fever
4:00 am Nature: Odd Couples
5:00 am NOVA: Secret Tunnel
Saturday 9
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Washington Week
1:30 am Charlie Rose
2:00 am In Performance
4:00 am Finding Your Roots
5:00 am This Old House
20
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Sunday 10
Austin City Limits
NOVA: Secret Tunnel
Nature: Odd Couples
Independent Lens
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Monday 11
Midnight Finding Your Roots
12:30 am Globe Trekker
1:30 am Sherlock
3:00 am Particle Fever
5:00 am Finding Your Roots
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:30 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Monday 18
Globe Trekker
Mercy Street
Library of Congress
PBS Previews
Natural Wonders
Finding Your Roots
Tuesday 19
Tuesday 12
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Antiques Roadshow
2:00 am Antiques Roadshow
3:00 am Downton Abbey
4:00 am Mercy Street
5:00 am Natural Wonders
Wednesday 13
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Finding Your Roots
2:00 am AE: Bonnie & Clyde
4:00 am Independent Lens
5:00 am Antiques Roadshow
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Antiques Roadshow
2:00 am Antiques Roadshow
3:00 am Downton Abbey
4:00 am Sherlock
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Finding Your Roots
2:00 am AE: Mine Wars
4:00 am Independent Lens
5:30 am PBS Previews
Thursday 14
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Nature: Born Hustlers
2:00 am NOVA: Rocky Start
3:00 am Natural Wonders
4:00 am Antiques Roadshow
5:00 am Finding Your Roots
Friday 15
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am This Old House Hour
2:00 am AE: Mine Wars
4:00 am Nature: Born Hustlers
5:00 am NOVA: Rocky Start
Saturday 16
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Washington Week
1:30 am Charlie Rose
2:00 am Library of Congress
3:30 am PBS Previews
4:00 am Finding Your Roots
5:00 am This Old House
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Sunday 17
Austin City Limits
NOVA: Rocky Start
Nature: Born Hustlers
Independent Lens
PBS Previews
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Wednesday 20
Thursday 21
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Nature: Born Hustler
2:00 am NOVA: Beneath Ice
3:00 am Natural Wonders
4:00 am AE: Bonnie & Clyde
5:00 am Finding Your Roots
Friday 22
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am This Old House Hour
2:00 am AE: Bonnie & Clyde
3:00 am Finding Your Roots
4:00 am Nature: Born Hustlers
5:00 am NOVA: Beneath Ice
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
5:00 am
Saturday 23
Charlie Rose
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Great Performances
This Old House
Sunday 24
Midnight Psychiatrist Couch
12:30 am30 Days Younger
2:00 am Fast Metabolism
4:00 am Deepak Chopra
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
5:00 am
Monday 25
Globe Trekker
Mercy Street
Great Performances
Finding Your Roots
Tuesday 26
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Antiques Roadshow
2:00 am Antiques Roadshow
3:00 am Downton Abbey
4:00 am Mercy Street
5:00 am Natural Wonders
Wednesday 27
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Finding Your Roots
2:00 am AE: Death & Civil War
4:00 am Independent Lens
5:00 am Antiques Roadshow
Midnight
12:30am
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Thursday 28
Nightly Business Report
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Born Hustler
NOVA: Nepal Quake
Natural Wonders
Finding Your Roots
Friday 29
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am This Old House Hour
2:00 am AE: Death & Civil War
4:00 am Nature: Born Hustlers
5:00 am NOVA: Nepal Quake
Saturday 30
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Washington Week
1:30 am Charlie Rose
2:00 am Mike Nichols
3:00 am Mary Tyler Moore
4:00 am Finding Your Roots
5:00 am This Old House
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Sunday 31
Austin City Limits
NOVA: Nepal Quake
Nature: Born Hustlers
Independent Lens
Mike Nichols
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Overnight – (34.2)
January
Midnight
1:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Friday 1
Tavis Smiley
Live Lincoln Center
Michael Feinstein
Nature: Misfits
NOVA: Solomon
Saturday 2
Midnight Tavis Smiley
1:00 am Great Performances
2:30 am Live Lincoln Center
4:30 am Salute to Downton
5:030 amThis Old House Hour
Sunday 3
Midnight Bluegrass Undergrd
12:30 amChef’s Life
1:00 am NOVA: Solomon
2:00 am Nature: Misfits
3:00 am Frontline
4:00 am Independent Lens
5:00 am Michael Feinstein
Monday 4
Midnight
1:30 am
2:30 am
4:00 am
Downton Abbey
Secrets of Highclere
Downton Abbey
Live Lincoln Center
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
Downton Abbey
Secrets of Highclere
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tuesday 5
Wednesday 6
Tavis Smiley
Finding Your Roots
Frontline
Independent Lens
Antiques Roadshow
Thursday 7
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Odd Couples
NOVA: Secret Tunnel
Particle Fever
Finding Your Roots
Midnight
1:00 am 2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House Hour
Particle Fever
Nature: Odd Couples
NOVA: Secret Tunnel
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Friday 8
Saturday 9
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
In Performance
Finding Your Roots
This Old House
(Programs subject to changes)
Sunday 10
Midnight Bluegrass Undergrd
12:30 amChef’s Life
1:00 am NOVA: Secret Tunnel
2:00 am Nature: Odd Couples
3:00 am Independent Lens
5:00 am Washington Week
5:30 am Charlie Rose
Monday 11
Midnight Tavis Smiley
12:30 am Downton Abbey
2:00 am Downton Abbey
3:00 am Particle Fever
5:00 am Finding Your Roots
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
Tuesday 12
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
Downton Abbey
Downton Abbey
Wednesday 13
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Finding Your Roots
AE: Mine Wars
Independent Lens
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
Library of Congress
PBS Previews
Natural Wonders
Finding Your Roots
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
Natural Wonders
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Library of Congress
PBS Previews
Finding Your Roots
This Old House
Saturday 16
Sunday 17
Midnight Bluegrass Undergrd
12:30 amChef’s Life
1:00 am NOVA: Rocky Start
2:00 am Nature: Born Hustlers
3:00 am Independent Lens
4:30 am PBS Previews
5:00 am Washington Week
5:30 am Charlie Rose
Tavis Smiley
Finding Your Roots
AE: Death & Civil War
Independent Lens
Antiques Roadshow
Thursday 28
Midnight
1:00 am 2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House Hour
AE: Death & Civil War
Nature: Born Hustlers
NOVA: Nepal Quake
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Mike Nichols
Mary Tyler Moore
Finding Your Roots
This Old House
Friday 15
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
3:30 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Wednesday 27
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Thursday 21
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Midnight
1:00 am 2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House Hour
AE: Mine Wars
Nature: Natural Born
NOVA: Rocky Start
Tuesday 26
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
Natural Wonders
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Thursday 14
Midnight
1:00 am 2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tuesday 19
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Wednesday 20
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Natural Born
NOVA: Rocky Start
Natural Wonders
Antiques Roadshow
Finding Your Roots
Monday 18
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:30 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Finding Your Roots
AE: Bonnie & Clyde
Independent Lens
Antiques Roadshow
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Born Hustler
NOVA: Beneath Ice
Natural Wonders
AE: Bonnie & Clyde
Finding Your Roots
Friday 22
Tavis Smiley
This Old House Hour
AE: Bonnie & Clyde
Finding Your Roots
Nature: Born Hustlers
NOVA: Beneath Ice
Saturday 23
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Great Performances
This Old House
Sunday 24
Midnight Bluegrass Undergrd
12:30 amChef’s Life
1:00 am NOVA: Beneath Ice
2:00 am Nature: Born Hustlers
4:00 am Independent Lens
5:00 am Washington Week
5:30 am Charlie Rose
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Born Hustler
NOVA: Nepal Quake
Natural Wonders
Finding Your Roots
Friday 29
Saturday 30
Sunday 31
Midnight Bluegrass Undergrd
12:30 amChef’s Life
1:00 am NOVA: Nepal Quake
2:00 am Nature: Born Hustlers
3:00 am Independent Lens
4:00 am Mike Nichols
5:00 am Washington Week
5:30 am Charlie Rose
Monday 25
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
Great Performances
Finding Your Roots
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February
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Monday 1
Globe Trekker
Mercy Street
Mike Nichols
Mary Tyler Moore
Natural Wonders
Finding Your Roots
Tuesday 2
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Antiques Roadshow
2:00 am Antiques Roadshow
3:00 am Downton Abbey
4:00 am Mercy Street
5:00 am Natural Wonders
Wednesday 3
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Finding Your Roots
2:00 am Murder of a President
4:00 am Independent Lens
5:30 am PBS Previews
Thursday 4
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Nature: Monkeys
2:00 am NOVA: Light Creatures
3:00 am Murder of a President
5:00 am Finding Your Roots
Friday 5
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am This Old House
2:00 am Murder of a President
4:00 am Nature: Monkeys
5:00 am NOVA: Light Creatures
Saturday 6
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Washington Week
1:30 am Charlie Rose
2:00 am Live Lincoln Center
4:00 am Finding Your Roots
5:00 am This Old House
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
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Sunday 7
Austin City Limits
NOVA: Light Creatures
Nature: Monkeys
Independent Lens
PBS Previews
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
(Programs subject to changes)
Monday 8
Midnight AM: August Wilson
2:00 am Live Lincoln Center
5:00 am Finding Your Roots
Tuesday 9
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Antiques Roadshow
2:00 am Antiques Roadshow
3:00 am Downton Abbey
4:00 am Mercy Street
Wednesday 10
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Finding Your Roots
2:00 am AE: Perfect Crime
4:00 am Independent Lens
5:30 am Emery Blagdon
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Thursday 11
Charlie Rose
Nature: Moose
NOVA: Memory
Humanity From Space
Finding Your Roots
Friday 12
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am This Old House
2:00 am Humanity From Space
4:00 am Nature: Moose
5:00 am NOVA: Memory
Saturday 13
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Charlie Rose
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
AE: B.B. King
Finding Your Roots
This Old House
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Austin City Limits
NOVA: Memory
Nature: Moose
Independent Lens
Emery Blagdon
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Midnight
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
AM: Alice Walker
AE: B.B. King
Humanity From Space
Finding Your Roots
Sunday 14
Monday 15
Tuesday 16
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Antiques Roadshow
2:00 am Antiques Roadshow
3:00 am Downton Abbey
4:00 am Mercy Street
5:00 am AE: B.B. King
Wednesday 17
Midnight
2:30 am
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Nightly Business Report
Tavis Smiley
Finding Your Roots
Black Panthers
Independent Lens
Antiques Roadshow
Thursday 18
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Nature: Giants
2:00 am NOVA: Iceman Reborn
3:00 am NOVA: Ice Age Death
4:00 am Antiques Roadshow
5:00 am Finding Your Roots
Friday 19
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am This Old House
2:00 am Black Panthers
4:00 am Nature: Giants
5:00 am NOVA: Iceman Reborn
Saturday 20
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Washington Week
1:30 am Charlie Rose
2:00 am AE: Carole King
3:00 am Bluegrass Undergrd
4:00 am Finding Your Roots
5:00 am This Old House
Sunday 21
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Austin City Limits
NOVA: Iceman Reborn
Nature: Giants
Independent Lens
Independent Lens
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Midnight
1:30 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
5:00 am
Independent Lens
Mercy Street
AE: Carole King
Bluegrass Undergrd
Atchafalaya
Finding Your Roots
Monday 22
Tuesday 23
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Antiques Roadshow
2:00 am Antiques Roadshow
4:00 am Mercy Street
Wednesday 24
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Finding Your Roots
2:00 am Frontline
3:00 am American Ex.
4:00 am Independent Lens
Thursday 25
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Nature: Snow Chick
2:00 am NOVA: Robots
3:00 am Human Face Big Data
5:00 am Finding Your Roots
Friday 26
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30am Tavis Smiley
1:00 am This Old House
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Saturday 27
Midnight Nightly Business Report
12:30 amTavis Smiley
1:00 am Washington Week
1:30 am Charlie Rose
5:00 am This Old House
Sunday 28
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Austin City Limits
NOVA: Robots
Nature: Snow Chick
Independent Lens
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Midnight
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Independent Lens
American Experience
Bluegrass Undergrd
Atchafalaya
Finding Your Roots
Monday 29
Overnight – (34.2)
February
Monday 1
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
Mike Nichols
Mary Tyler Moore
Natural Wonders
Finding Your Roots
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
Natural Wonders
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:30 am
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tuesday 2
Wednesday 3
Tavis Smiley
Finding Your Roots
Murder of President
Independent Lens
PBS Previews
(Programs subject to changes)
Monday 8
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
5:00 am
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
Live Lincoln Center
Finding Your Roots
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
Natural Wonders
Tuesday 9
Wednesday 10
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:30 am
Tavis Smiley
Finding Your Roots
AE: Perfect Crime
Frontline
Independent Lens
Emery Blagdon
Thursday 11
Thursday 4
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Friday 5
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House
Humanity From Space
Nature: Moose
NOVA: Memory
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
AE: B.B. King
Finding Your Roots
This Old House
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Monkeys
NOVA: Light Creatures
Murder of a President
Finding Your Roots
Tavis Smiley
This Old House
Murder of a President
Nature: Monkeys
NOVA: Light Creatures
Saturday 6
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Live Lincoln Center
Finding Your Roots
This Old House
Sunday 7
Midnight Bluegrass Undergrd
12:30 am Chef’s Life
1:00 am NOVA: Light Creatures
2:00 am Nature: Monkeys
3:00 am Independent Lens
4:30 am PBS Previews
5:00 am Washington Week
5:30 am Charlie Rose
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Moose
NOVA: Memory
Humanity From Space
Finding Your Roots
Friday 12
Saturday 13
Sunday 14
Midnight Bluegrass Undergrd
12:30 amChef’s Life
1:00 am NOVA: Memory
2:00 am Nature: Moose
3:00 am Independent Lens
4:30 am Emery Blagdon
5:00 am Washington Week
5:30 am Charlie Rose
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Monday 15
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
AE: B.B. King
Humanity From Space
Finding Your Roots
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tuesday 16
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
AE: B.B. King
Wednesday 17
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Finding Your Roots
Black Panthers
Independent Lens
Antiques Roadshow
Thursday 18
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Giants
NOVA: Iceman Reborn
NOVA: Ice Age Death
Antiques Roadshow
Finding Your Roots
Friday 19
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House
Black Panthers
Nature: Giants
NOVA: Iceman Reborn
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
AE: Carole King
Bluegrass Undergrd
Finding Your Roots
This Old House
Saturday 20
Sunday 21
Midnight Bluegrass Undergrd
12:30 amChef’s Life
1:00 am NOVA: Iceman Reborn
2:00 am Nature: Giants
3:00 am Independent Lens
4:00 am AE: Carole King
5:00 am Washington Week
5:30 am Charlie Rose
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
5:00 am
Monday 22
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
AE: Carole King
Bluegrass Undergrd
Atchafalaya
Finding Your Roots
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
5:30 am
Tuesday 23
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
Downton Abbey
Mercy Street
Emery Blagdon
Wednesday 24
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:30 am
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Finding Your Roots
Frontline
Independent Lens
Atchafalaya
Thursday 25
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Snow Chick
NOVA: Robots
Big Data
Antiques Roadshow
Finding Your Roots
Friday 26
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House
Big Data
Antiques Roadshow
Nature: Snow Chick
NOVA: Robots
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Fats Domino
Finding Your Roots
This Old House
Saturday 27
Sunday 28
Midnight Bluegrass Undergrd
12:30 amChef’s Life
1:00 am NOVA: Robots
2:00 am Nature: Snow Chick
3:00 am Independent Lens
4:30 am Emery Blagdon
5:00 am Washington Week
5:30 am Charlie Rose
Midnight
1:00 am 3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Monday 29
More Manors of D.A.
Manors of Downton
Fats Domino
Big Data
Finding Your Roots
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Membership
Corner
Thank You!
Members Only Ticket Offers
Thank you to everyone who supported WNIT during our Winter
Membership Campaign! A big thank you is also extended to the
following individuals, groups and businesses for volunteering their
time and donating food and beverages during the campaign. Be sure to
say thank you the next time you visit one of the following businesses.
Provide your email address to WNIT and you’ll have multiple
opportunities throughout the year for a chance to get complimentary
tickets to performances throughout the Michiana region. This past year,
WNIT members enjoyed complimentary tickets to area performances
at and by the South Bend Civic Theatre, Elkhart Civic Theatre, Warsaw
Performing Arts Center, Wagon Wheel Center for the Performing Arts,
Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra, Musical Arts Indiana, and
others. Kids Club Members also registered by email for the WNIT Kids
Day in the Park, and for complimentary passes to the Potawatomi Zoo
and the South Bend Cubs. Members also received an email invitation to
a private “Members Only” performance of Zombie Prom at the historic
Bristol Opera House this past summer and an invitation to attend
a private screening of the first episode of the 6th and final season of
Downton Abbey. All of this is our way of saying thank you for supporting
WNIT. If you are an active member of WNIT and would like the
opportunity to receive complimentary ticket offers please provide your
email address to Catrina Hunt at [email protected] and let her know you
would like to be on the email distribution list.
Mishawaka Lions
Friends of WNIT
Fiddler’s Hearth
Chicory Café
Marco’s Pizza, SR 933 –
South Bend, and Elkhart
2015 Tax Receipts
Gifts to WNIT are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. Your
gift is deductible for the amount of the pledge minus the fair market
value of any thank you gift you might receive. The fair market value of
any thank you gift will be listed on your annual tax receipt. Tax receipts
are mailed every January. Please retain this receipt for tax purposes.
Consult with your tax advisor for more information.
WNIT BOX OFFICE For information on tickets, please call 574-675-9648 or go to wnit.org.
Brit Floyd Returns
with Space & Time 2016!
Celtic Woman “Destiny” Tour 2016
Multi-platinum Irish music sensation Celtic Woman is bringing their
brand new show, Destiny, to the Morris Performing Arts Center in South
Bend on Sunday, March 20, 2016 at 3pm. Celtic Woman will honor
Ireland’s past, while bringing a contemporary musical edge to songs old
and new. Tune in to Celtic Woman: Destiny on Saturday, January 23, 2016
at 6pm for an opportunity to get tickets. For more info or to get tickets
now, call 574-675-9648 or go to wnit.org.
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WNIT welcomes Brit Floyd back for another amazing concert experience
in South Bend as The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Tribute Show returns
to the Morris Performing Arts Center on Monday, March 7, 2016. You
won’t want to miss their new Space & Time World Tour as Brit Floyd
celebrates 50 years of Pink Floyd music. WNIT is excited to bring this
wildly popular group back to Michiana! Tune in to Brit Floyd Space &
Time Live in Amsterdam on Saturday, January 23 at 8pm or Sunday,
January 24 at 3pm for an opportunity to get tickets. To get tickets now,
including a limited number of passes for a private sound check before the
show, call 574-675-9648 or go to wnit.org.
Production News
15 Years of Good Stewardship: Rex and Alice A. Martin
It’s more than just “good food, good friends, and good books,” its good works, good support and good stewardship. Alice
A. Martin and her husband Rex Martin are known to be adventuresome people who have traveled the world and read
many good books. They are also very philanthropic. The Martins are open to a wide variety of experiences and adventures
as reflected in Alice’s book choices. Alice A. Martin is Vice Chairman and Chief Revenue Officer of NIBCO INC. and
a member of the Board of Directors. Rex is Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer at NIBCO
INC. He is a worldwide manufacturer of flow control products for the residential and commercial construction markets.
The Martins are both strong supporters of arts and educational projects locally and nationally.
The fifteenth season of Dinner & A Book, which returns to WNIT on Saturday, January 2 at 10:30 am, focuses on strong
women, international adventures and world history. The new season will feature twenty books with authors ranging from
Erik Larson and Barbara Kingsolver to William Shakespeare and Ann Patchett. From travels in Siberia to Uganda, from
the sinking of the Lusitania to a Little Paris Bookshop, this season will explore many locations.
Gail Martin produces and hosts the show because she loves reading good books with outstanding guests, and cooking with friends. “This is not a ‘how to’
cooking show,” says Gail. “It’s about friends discussing a good read while preparing a meal together.”
Viewers have told Gail that they learn a lot from Dinner & A Book, and so does she. However, Dinner & A Book would not be the same high-quality show without the support of the Rex and Alice A. Martin Foundation, who share the same love of travel, discovery, and adventure.
WNIT Family Brings
Home the Awards
The WNIT family was honored over the past couple of months with
several major awards proving WNIT and its outstanding staff really does
make a difference in the Michiana Community.
On November 17, at the 29th Annual South Bend Community Hall
of Fame Induction & Awards Banquet, WNIT was presented with the
“Contributions to Education Corporate Award.” Through high-quality
children’s programming like Sesame Street and Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood,
as well as its educational efforts throughout the Michiana area, WNIT has
showcased over the past 43 years why it is “Michiana’s Largest Classroom.”
Jody Freid, Senior Account Executive, was 1 of 7 individuals inducted
into the 2015 South Bend Community Hall of Fame. Jody’s commitment
to the community has been displayed throughout the years through
her fundraising and organizational efforts benefitting such causes as the
American Cancer Society, YWCA, YMCA and the Jewish Federation,
to name a few.
Evie Kirkwood, host of WNIT’s Outdoor Elements was also honored at
the South Bend Community Hall of Fame Induction & Awards Banquet
with the “Ideal Baldoni Distinguished Public Service Award.” Evie’s love
for nature has not only made Outdoor Elements an award-winning show,
but has been on display over the years in the growth and success of the St.
Joseph County Parks Department.
Senior Producer, Brenda Bowyer, brought home a regional Emmy for
her work on Big Questions – the poverty series WNIT worked on in
partnership with DePaul University – in the category of Outstanding
Achievement/Current Affairs Program series. The series first hit the air on
WNIT in January 2014 and the particular winning episode was called
“The Children of Syria.”
WNIT was also awarded first place honors on November 14 at the
28th Annual Indiana Broadcasters Association Spectrum Awards in the
category of “News Special or Documentary” for their documentary David
Gundlach: The Gift on the life of Elkhart native and Hollywood producer,
David Gundlach. WNIT was the only public television station in the state
to take home an award.
WNIT Welcomes New
Experience Michiana Hosts
WNIT has been able to “experience” Gordy Young since March 2012
as host of our local program Experience Michiana. Since its inception,
Gordy has taken viewers all over the Michiana area and featured all of the
good things to see and do in this region. Sadly, WNIT must say goodbye
to Gordy as he will be moving to Wisconsin to experience more of his
grandson and family. It has not only been a pleasure to have Gordy as a
part of the WNIT family over the last several years, but to watch him
masterfully work and showcase what this great community has to offer.
WNIT wishes Gordy all the best in Wisconsin!
WNIT is excited to announce our new co-hosts for Experience Michiana,
Rick Hummer and Kelly Morgan! You can experience Rick and Kelly every
Friday at 7pm and Saturday at 5:30pm on WNIT Channel 34.1.
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34.1 Kids
Programming
Join
Kids
Club
Today!
• Subscription to the Planner
•F
ree or discounted ticket offers
for area children’s performances
•W
NIT Kids Club backpack with
PBS® children’s items and a book
from Better World Books
• Personal pizza from Papa John’s
•O
n-air birthday greeting during
their birthday month and listing in
the Planner
• Personalized birthday postcard
•F
ree birthday cake from Dainty
Maid Bake Shop
•F
ree family admission to the
annual WNIT Kids Day in the Park
MONDAY-FRIDAY
Odd Squad
6:30 am
7:00 am
7:30 am
8:00 am
8:30 am
9:00 am
9:30 am
10:00 am
10:30 am
11:00 am
11:30 am
Noon
12:30 am
$50 per year for all kids or
grandkids in your immediate
family. Joining is easy!
CALL 574-675-9648, EXT.
311 OR GO TO WNIT.ORG.
SATURDAY
Wild Kratts
6:00 am
Thomas & Friends
Wild Kratts
6:30 am
Bob the Builder
Nature Cat
7:00 am
7:30 am
8:00 am
8:30 am
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
9:00 am
9:30 am
Wild Kratts/Ready Jet Go
Peg + Cat
Dinosaur Train
10:00 am
Odd Squad
Dinosaur Train
10:30 am
Arthur
Curious George
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
Sesame Street
Super Why!
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
Curious George
Curious George/Nature Cat
Wild Kratts
SUNDAY
Thomas & Friends
Sesame Street
1:00 pm
Cat in the Hat
1:30 pm
Curious George
2:00 pm
Curious George
2:30 pm
Arthur
3:00 pm
Nature Cat
3:30 pm
Odd Squad
4:00 pm
4:30 pm Odd Squad (Fri- Friday Fun Zone)
Wild Kratts
5:00 pm
SUNDAY
• ... and more!
34.2 Kids
Programming
6:00 am
Sid the Science Kid
6:30 am
Dinosaur Train
7:00 am
Sesame Street
7:30 am
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
8:00 am
Clifford
8:30 am
Curious George
9:00 am
Mister Roger’s Neighborhood
9:30 am
Wild Kratts
10:00 am
Odd Squad
10:30 am
Space Racers
11:00 am
Twice As Good
6:00 am
Curious George
11:30 am
Scigirls
6:30 am
7:00 am
7:30 am
8:00 am
8:30 am
The Cat in the Hat
Noon
1001 Nights
Peg + Cat
Dinosaur Train
Cyberchase/VP
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Madison Buss
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Hannah Free
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Henry Hire
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Naomi Kio
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Daisy Kramer
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Gwyneth Lannon
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Katie Maher
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Lilyanne McCormack 1
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Reese Muessig
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Supporters
1st Source Bank
American Masters
Antiques Roadshow
Austin City Limits
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
2015 Fischoff Competition
Great Performances
Holiday Programming
Inside INdiana Business
Ken Burns Civil War
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Masterpiece Mystery
McLaughlin Report
NOVA
PBS NewsHour
32 Pearls Family Dentistry
Children’s Programming
Able Printing & Business Svcs., LLC
Our Town: North Webster
Action Movers
Children’s Programming
Adam’s Cake Shop
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Miscellaneous Programming
ADEC
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
AEP / Indiana Michigan Power
Business Programming
Alick’s Home Medical
Antiques Roadshow
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Holiday Programming
Lawrence Welk
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Our Town: South Bend
Alliance Architects
Our Town: South Bend
AlphaGraphics
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Anchor Inn Bed & Breakfast
Our Town: North Webster
Antiques on Beardsley
Miscellaneous Programming
The Arthur J. Decio Foundation
Sesame Street
Tina & Hans Ashbaugh
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Augusta Corp.
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
BC Tile & Floor Covering, LLC
Our Town: North Webster
Billie & David Bankoff
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Barnes & Thornburg, LLP
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Business Programming
Our Town: South Bend
Bart’s Water Sports
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Our Town: North Webster
Beacon Health System
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Our Town: South Bend
Raising of America
Better World Books
Children’s Programming
Bike the Bend
Miscellaneous Programming
Bombay International
Our Town: South Bend
Bradley Company
Our Town: South Bend
Buttons & Bows
Children’s Programming
Café Navarre
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Camp Crosley
Our Town: North Webster
Cardinal Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
Our Town: South Bend
Career Academy South Bend
Miscellaneous Programming
Our Town: South Bend
Carmela’s at Macri’s
Miscellaneous Programming
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Casper’s Coins & Jewelry
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Our Town: South Bend
C.E. Lee Decorating Center
Hometime
This Old House
Center for Hospice Care
Antiques Roadshow
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Our Town: South Bend
Centier Bank
BBC World News
Miscellaneous Programming
Money Sense
Nightly Business Report
PBS NewsHour
Charles S. Hayes, Inc.
Children’s Programming
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Our Town: South Bend
Jack & Karen Cittadine
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Community Foundation of St. Joseph
County
Arts Programming
Cosimo & Susie’s A Bit of Italy
Italian Cooking Programming
Cottage Bakery
Our Town: North Webster
D & W, Inc.
Miscellaneous Programming
DLZ Indiana
Our Town: South Bend
Daihido Gourmet & Sushi
Michiana’s Rising Star 2015
Dainty Maid Bake Shop
Children’s Programming
DeBartolo Performing Arts Center/Browning
Cinema
Miscellaneous Programming
Debbie Werbrouck School of Dance &
Music
Children’s Programming
Delta Dental
Children’s Programming
Bob & Pat Deputy
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Direct Rug Imports
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Dixie
Our Town: South Bend
Dixie Haven Resort
Our Town: North Webster
Dixie Sternwheeler, Inc.
Our Town: North Webster
Dometic Corporation
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Doors & Drawers
Great British Baking Show
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Dowagiac Dogwood Fine Arts Festival
Daytime Programming
Early Childhood Development Center, Inc.
Children’s Programming
Elkhart Audiology Rehab
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Mercy Street
Elkhart Child Development Center
Children’s Programming
Indiana High School State Band
Competition
Elkhart Civic Theater
Miscellaneous Programming
Elkhart County Community Foundation
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Elkhart County Symphony
Miscellaneous Programming
Elkhart Rotary
Miscellaneous Programming
ENVIROSOLUTIONS, Inc.
Miscellaneous Programming
Our Town: South Bend
EPOCH Architecture + Planning
Our Town: South Bend
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Experience Michiana
PBS Newshour
Family & Children’s Center
Children’s Programming
Family Dental Health
Children’s Programming
Federated Media
Miscellaneous Programming
Fischoff National Chamber Music
Association
Daytime Programming
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Forest River
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Forever Learning Institute
Our Town: South Bend
Jody & Mike Freid
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Friends School and Day Care
Children’s Programming
Rod & Carol Ganey
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Gene’s Camera Store
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Gibson Foundation
Antiques Roadshow
Steven A. Goldberg, CPA
Our Town: South Bend
Washington Week
Goodwill Industries
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Goshen Buick GMC Hyundai
Miscellaneous Programming
Great Lakes Capital
Our Town: South Bend
Growing Kids Learning Centers
Children’s Programming
Gurley Leep Automotive Family
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Our Town: South Bend
Gymnastics Michiana
Children’s Programming
Dorene & Jerry Hammes
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Hart City Scuba
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Hartzler Gutermuth Inman Funeral Home
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Adam, Charlie and Tommy Hauch
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Tom and Sally Hauch
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Hawkins Water Tech
Great British Baking Show
HealthLinc
Children’s Programming
Heart City Toyota
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Hearth & Home
Home Improvement Programming
Curtis T. Hill
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Holy Cross College
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Holy Cross Village at Notre Dame
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Our Town: South Bend
Homan Lumber Mart
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Hometime
Hoosier Trophies
Michiana’s Rising Star 2015
Hovenkamp’s Produce
Children’s Programming
Cooking Programming
Howard Performing Arts Center – Andrews
University
Miscellaneous Programming
Images Jewelers
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Indiana Michigan Power
Our Town: South Bend
Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations
Children’s Programming
Indiana Trust & Investment Company
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Our Town: South Bend
Indiana University South Bend
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Interim HealthCare of South Bend
Our Town: South Bend
Interlogic Outsourcing, Inc.
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
IU Health Goshen Center for Cancer Care
Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies
IU Health Goshen Heart & Vascular
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Miscellaneous Programming
IUSB Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Miscellaneous Programming
Ivy Tech Community College
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
J. W. Chen’s
Our Town: South Bend
Jason Ward, Attorney
Children’s Programming
Jewish Federation of St. Joseph Valley
Miscellaneous Programming
Jordan Automotive
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Miscellaneous Programming
Our Town: South Bend
Judee’s LLC
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
KC Tree Inc.
Miscellaneous Programming
Kil Architecture Planning
Our Town: South Bend
Brian King, DDS
Miscellaneous Programming
KoZmo Events
Antiques Roadshow
Experience Michiana
Masterpiece Classic
Krasl Art Center
Miscellaneous Programming
Kruggel Lawton CPAs
Our Town: South Bend
Kuert Concrete
Our Town: South Bend
Lake City Awnings
Our Town: North Webster
Lake City Bank
Dinner & a Book
Economic Outlook
Experience Michiana
Outdoor Elements
Politically Speaking
Lake Michigan College – Mendel Center
Children’s Programming
Leader Legacy
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Lexus of Mishawaka
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Michiana’s Rising Star 2015
Reverend David T. Link
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Logan Community Resources, Inc.
Children’s Programming
Miscellaneous Programming
Tad S. Lovan DDS, P.C.
Our Town: South Bend
Lubeznik Center for the Arts
Miscellaneous Programming
MACIAF
Our Town: South Bend
Sara & Abe Marcus
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Martin’s Super Markets
Nature
McDonald Physical Therapy & Sports
Rehabilitation Center
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Our Town: South Bend
Metcalf, Payne & Bell, Inc.
Our Town: North Webster
Michiana Eye Center
Miscellaneous Programming
Mid-City Supply
Hometime
Miller Guitar Academy
Our Town: South Bend
Mishawaka Furniture
Women’s Programming
Montessori Academy at Edison Lakes
Great British Baking Show
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Morning View Nursing & Rehabilitation
Center
Our Town: South Bend
Morningside Nursing & Memory Care
Center
Our Town: South Bend
Morris Performing Arts Center
Miscellaneous Programming
Mossberg & Company
Children’s Programming
Michiana’s Rising Star 2015
Chris & Carmi Murphy
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Musical Arts Indiana
Miscellaneous Programming
Mutual Bank
Our Town: North Webster
My Red Moon
Our Town: North Webster
NIPSCO
Our Town: South Bend
North Webster Ace Hardware
Our Town: North Webster
North Webster Community Center
Our Town: North Webster
Northern Box
Antiques Roadshow
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Nunemaker’s Coin Shop
Miscellaneous Programming
Nyloncraft
Dinner & a Book
Economic Outlook
Experience Michiana
Outdoor Elements
Politically Speaking
OAKLAWN
Miscellaneous Programming
Our Town: South Bend
Old Creamery Antiques
Miscellaneous Programming
Old Fort Building Supply
Our Town: South Bend
This Old House
Old National Bank
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Owen Family Funeral Home
Our Town: North Webster
Pain Management Group
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Panzica Building Corp.
Our Town: South Bend
Papa John’s Pizza
Children’s Programming
Patchwork Dance Company
Miscellaneous Programming
PATH (A Positive Approach to Teen Health)
Miscellaneous Programming
Patrick Industries, Inc.
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Peacock & Company
Miscellaneous Programming
Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak Attorneys At Law
Austin City Limits
Jack Horkheimer: Stargazer
Our Town: South Bend
Barb & John Phair
Miscellaneous Programming
Pilcher’s Shoes
Our Town: North Webster
Pletcher Insurance, Inc.
Our Town: North Webster
Pokagon Band of Potawatomi
Experience Michiana
Michiana’s Rising Star 2015
Potawatomi Zoological Society
Children’s Programming
Prevent Child Abuse of St. Joseph County
Miscellaneous Programming
Pro Wake Watersports
Our Town: North Webster
Public Broadcast Marketing
PBS Newshour
Dr. Kelly Puster
Children’s Programming
Quality Dining
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Ernestine Raclin
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
River Bend Film Festival
Miscellaneous Programming
River Bend Hose
Motorweek
Roseland Animal Hospital
Our Town: South Bend
Ruthmere Museums Campus
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Saint Joseph Funeral Home
Great British Baking Show
Our Town: South Bend
Saint Joseph Health System
BBC World News
Experience Michiana
Local Programming
PBS Newshour
Saint Mary’s College
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Sew Creative Threads
Sew It All
Sewing with Nancy
Shakespeare at Notre Dame
Miscellaneous Programming
Shirk’s Piano Gallery
Our Town: South Bend
Snite Museum of Art
Black History Month 2016
Great British Baking Show
Masterpiece Classic
Mercy Street
South Bend Chocolate Company
Our Town: South Bend
South Bend Civic Theatre
Miscellaneous Programming
South Bend Cubs
Children’s Programming
Miscellaneous Prime Time
South Bend-Elkhart Audubon Society
Outdoor Elements
South Bend Farmer’s Market
Miscellaneous Programming
Our Town: South Bend
South Bend International Airport
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
South Bend Museum of Art
Mercy Street
Miscellaneous Programming
Our Town: South Bend
South Bend Symphony Orchestra
Miscellaneous Programming
South Bend Tribune
Miscellaneous Programming
South Shore Line
Our Town: South Bend
Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra
Miscellaneous Programming
St. Joseph County Bridges Out of Poverty
Our Town: South Bend
St. Joseph County Chamber of Commerce
Economic Outlook
Stanley Clark School
A Magical Session with Nathan Gunn
Stephenson’s of Elkhart
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Stitch ‘N Time Fabrics
Quilting and Sewing Programming
Stone Soup Batiks
Miscellaneous Programming
Our Town: South Bend
Studebaker National Museum
Antiques Roadshow
Experience Michiana
Our Town: South Bend
Success Academy South Bend
Miscellaneous Programming
Sue’s Creations
Our Town: North Webster
Sunny Italy Café
Mercy Street
Our Town: South Bend
Sweeney Julian Trial Attorneys
Austin City Limits
Politically Speaking
TCP Technologies, Inc.
Michiana’s Rising Star 2015
Teachers Credit Union
Biz Kids
Nightly Business Report
The Center at Donaldson
Great British Baking Show
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
The Dental Center
Children’s Programming
The Foundation of St. Joseph Health
System
Congregation of Holy Cross
The Frame Factory
Our Town: South Bend
The Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce
Economic Outlook
The History Museum
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Our Town: South Bend
The Inn at Harbor Shores
Mercy Street
Miscellaneous Programming
The Lerner Theatre
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Miscellaneous Programming
The Milton Home
Our Town: South Bend
The Old Bag Factory
Children’s Programming
The Orchards Mall
Michiana’s Rising Star 2015
The Pigeon and The Hen Pottery
Our Town: South Bend
The Quilting Loft
Sew It All
Fons & Porter Love of Quilting
Quilting Arts
Sewing with Nancy
The Rex and Alice A Martin Foundation
Dinner & a Book
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
The Village at Winona
Dinner & a Book
Experience Michiana
History Detectives
Inside INdiana Business
Michiana’s Rising Star 2015
Nightly Business Report
Dr. & Mrs. Scott Thomas
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Janet & Larry Thompson
A Magical Session with Nathan Gunn
Tippecanoe Boat Co.
Our Town: North Webster
Tippecanoe Place Restaurant
Our Town: South Bend
Tire Rack
Michiana’s Rising Star 2015
Treat’s Squire Shop
Miscellaneous Programming
Trinity School at Greenlawn
Our Town: South Bend
University of Notre Dame
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Van Horne Jewelers
Legends: Congregation of Holy Cross
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey
Veldman’s Automotive Service Center
Miscellaneous Programming
Our Town: South Bend
Visit Fort Wayne
Children’s Programming
Visit South Bend / Mishawaka
Experience Michiana
Miscellaneous Programming
Our Town: South Bend
Bradley Vite
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts
Daytime Programming
Dinner & a Book
Economic Outlook
Experience Michiana
Holiday Programming
Masterpiece Classic
Miscellaneous Programming
Outdoor Elements
Politically Speaking
WAUS-FM
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Welch Packaging
Art Decio, A Wonderful Life
Wellfield Botanic Gardens
Miscellaneous Programming
Woochi Japanese Fusion & Bar
Our Town: South Bend
WoodsToBe Trees
Miscellaneous Programming
Outdoor Elements
WSMK Radio
Miscellaneous Programming
WVPE Public Radio
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Yellow Rose Florist
Children’s Programming
YMCA of Michiana
Miscellaneous Programming
Zimmer Biomet
NOVA
BUSINESS CLUBS
President’s Club ($1,500)
Logan Community Resources, Inc.
Corporate Club ($800)
Lyons Industries, Inc.
Business Honor Roll ($300)
Freeman-Spicer Charities, Inc.
Sylvester & Tessie Kaminski Foundation
KID’S CLUB AND RAISING READERS
John Anderson Foundation
Better World Books
Dainty Maid Bake Shop
Early Childhood Alliance
Indian Summer
Mossberg & Company
Papa John’s
St. Joseph County Parks
Sylvester & Tessie Kaminski Foundation
YMCA of Michiana
Promotional Support
Alpha Graphics
Duley Press
Express Press
Mossberg & Company
Rink Printing
General Operating Grants
1st Source WNIT Fund - CFSJC
WNIT Public Television Fund – CFSJC
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date. For a full listing of program
sponsors, please contact WNIT.
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Honor Roll
Members
WNIT would like to recognize the following Honor Roll Members for their loyal support!
30 YEARS
Stewart and Marian Finkler
Dr. Milton Gibson
Mr. and Mrs. Noble Hand
Mr. Don Hershberger
Dewey Martin
25 YEARS
Rex and Nancy Allman
Mary and Philip Ashton
Ina Breckbill
Joan Dana Crowe
Corbin and Dixie Detgen
Mrs. Eldon Gerig
Shirley Gidley
Marjorie and Louis Gillespie
Rose Ann Hampshire
Ronald Hansing
John J. and Sue J. Lakovits
Dr. Jerry O. Lentz
Mr. and Mrs. David Lindholm
Peter J. Lombardo Jr.
Donald A. Maylath
Norma Lu Meehan
Douglas Metzger
Nancy and Richard Lee
Moore
Michael NOVAk
Clare Olmstead
Joseph Peters
Mrs. Vivian Purkhiser
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ratliff
Mary and Jan Reineke
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Schafer
Donald and Bernice M. Sibal
Victor and Marie Stoltzfus
Robert and Gertrude Strantz
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Turek
Julaine and Thomas Yoder
20 YEARS
Jesse and Amy Berger
Connie Bickel
Brian Daron
Thomas Everett
Carol and Donald Glick
Fred Henningsen
Kenneth R. and Mary J.
Kuester
John Lindley
James Manore
Madge McClaughin
McKinnis Farm Corporation
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overpeck
Ms. Twila Splinter
Raymond Stout
Donald Stutzman
Christine Wells
Martha Wilczynski
Gretchen Trethewey
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wade
Robert Yaw
Gordon and Esther Yoder
15 YEARS
10 YEARS
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowman
Gary and Rita Bullerman
Kathryn A. Coleman
Siobhan Davenport
Erika Grisard
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Guentert
Norman Guentert
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Himschoot
Ms. Florence Jones
Elizabeth and Lester
Knickerbocker
Rolland and Betty Kreider
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Langley
Irene Leahy
Kathy and John Lucchese
Arlene Mohler
Eileen A. Murphy
Martha and Robert Nelson
Norman and Purita Pava
George and Joan Spohrer
Lawrence Spring
Nicholas Antonelli
Doris Brewer
Ms. Merrily Deboer
Robert Ford
David Geyer
Wayne and Jean Hart
Denise and Angel Hernandez
Amy Hughes
Shari Hunt
Ms. Kathy Hutchinson
Caroline Jones
Juanita M. Laidig
Elizabeth Lepel
Judy Manges
Donna Martens
Lorene Mikel
Carol and Pat Moody
Margaret Mac Kenzie
Rooney and Kevin Rooney
Maureen and Roger Skurski
James and Suzanne Vargo
Rich and Donna VavraMusser
Thom Villing
Gloria Whiteman
Carolyn Woo and David
Bartkus
5 YEARS
Jeanne Albanese
Sandra and Ted Banacka
Mr. and Mrs. Wishart Bell
John and Naomi Bender
Peter Bushnell
Mary Bystry
Thomas Clark
Daniel Davis
Shirley Dematteo
Sherri and Steve Deranek
James Downs
Larry and Deborah Dwyer
Mary Ann Eisenbeiss
Nona Emerson
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Eppelheimer
Jack and Katharine Freeman
Lisa Frucci
Loren Gerber
Diann Grise
John B. Harlan
Beth Stanton Harrison
Lisa Ann Hayes
Jayne Heet
Diana Hullinger
Jane Hunter
Kathryn Hutchings
Doug & Jan Irvine
Nancy R Johnson
Michael and Wendy
Kauffman
Mary Litsett
Christine Maziar
Ed and Pat Minnick
Joan Motts
Frances Nagy
Carol Nelson
Jennifer Peck
James D. Powell
Nathan and Sonya Mateer
Rempel
Georgieanna Robinson
Rita Schwartz
John Stauffer
Diane and Stephen Sumrall
Sara Vongunten
Anne Widmer
Supporter
Joann and
Brian McMahon
Spotlight
This month, WNIT shines the Supporter Spotlight on Joann and Brian McMahon. In addition to supporting
WNIT by being a Directors’ Circle member, Brian serves on the WNIT board of directors. According to Brian it
is WNIT’s commitment to childhood education that drives his desire to support our organization. His “daytime job”
is as an attorney for the law firm of Kreis Enderle where he practices business and estate planning out of the firm’s St. Joseph,
Michigan office.
In addition to his support of WNIT, Brian is active in other community organizations including being a member of the board of directors of
both the Cornerstone Chamber of Commerce and Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the board of directors
and Vice President and Audit Committee chair of Legal Aid of Western Michigan, which is responsible for providing pro bono legal services
to financially disadvantaged individuals in 17 Michigan counties.
Community giving runs in the family. Joann has worked and volunteered for numerous non-profit organizations including the United Way
of Southwest Michigan, Emergency Shelter Services and is an active member of the Twin City Players, a community theater, both as an
actress and director. Joann and Brian live in Royalton Township, Michigan with their dog “Winter” while Brian’s son, Rob, is attending the
University of Michigan.
Directors’
Circle
The WNIT Directors’ Circle represents a very dedicated and select group of individuals who, by their commitment, contribute
to the total annual support which is the foundation of WNIT’s operating budget. These essential annual contributions make
possible the great programs that everyone in Michiana enjoys.
Diamond Level ($10,000 +)
Arthur J. Decio
Craig D. Sullivan and
Cynthia L. Harris
Mrs. Jane Warner*
Platinum Level ($5,000 +)
Billie and David Bankoff
Ed and Sue Hiler
Irions Foundation, Inc.
Chris and Carmi Murphy
Ernestine M. Raclin
Welter Foundation
Gold Level ($2,500 +)
Anonymous (1)
William and Leslie Gitlin
Howard and Marie
Goodhew Fund of the
Community Foundation
of St. Joseph County
Margaret and Albert Gutierrez
Anne Hillman
James W. and Sally F. Hubbard
Edward M. Jordanich
Glenn and Patty Killoren
Perry and Ida Reynolds
Watson III
Pat and Sue Ruszkowski
Cari and Barry Shein
Ernest and Gerda Zeller
Silver Level ($1,000 +)
Stephen and Nancy Ball
Jack and Karen Cittadine
Barbara Clausen
Marianne Corr
Tom and Dot Corson
Promit and Monali Das
Katy and Tim Demarais
Greg and Mary Downes
Robin and Lisa Douglass
Fred and Mary Jane Ferlic
Susan and David Findlay
Tom and Susan Fischbach
Roger and Joyce Foley
Stephen and Barbara Fredman
Mrs. L. Craig Fulmer
Rodney and Carol Ganey
Van and Jean Gates
Van, Larry & Bill Gates and
Harry Shaffer Family
Dave and Ginny Gibson
Mary Beth and Greg Giczi
Mr. and Mrs. John Goebel, Jr.
Maggie and Steve Goldberg
Michael and Karen Harmon
James and Jill Hillman
Brian L. and Donna J. Hoover
Leonard and Jo Ann Isban
Ralph Komasinski and
Katherine Humphreys
Rebecca and Michael Kubacki
James V. Leach
Cheryl and Ken Little
Don and Joan Lyons
Sara and Abraham Marcus
Chris Maziar
Nancy McGill in memory
of Irene McGill
Susan Ohmer and
Donald Crafton
Steven Perlewitz
Barb and John Phair
Donna and Mark Richter
The Honorable and Mrs.
James W. Rieckhoff
Judith Robert and Thomas
J. Kapacinskas
Maritza Robles
Steve and Connie Rufenbarger
Dr. David and Mitzi Sabato
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Saltzgaber
Lorrie and Bill Schmuhl
James F. and Sherry L. Smith
Tom and Joyce Sopko
Perry Stow and Andrea
Mather-Stow
Thomas F. and Anita J. Veldman
Mike and Dena Wargo
Peggy Weed
Michael and Julie Yates
Bronze Level ($500 +)
Anonymous (4)
Dottie and Tom Arnold
Dan and Laurie Balla
Bruce and Linda Bancroft
Stuart and Paula Barb
Beacon Health System
Kathy Malone Beeler
and Brian Regan
Carolyn Bieneman
Nancy Binder
Jo Ann and Joe Blazek
Liz and Tom Borger
Brian and Jeannelle Brady
Edward and Carla Chester
Thomas G. Coley, Ph. D.
Rosemary and Fred Crowe
Ann and Fred Dean
Mary Pat and Robert Deputy
George Efta and Carol
Ann Mooney
Thomas and Elizabeth Eisele
Ken and Mary Eme
Drs. Gail English and
Nels Leininger
Jill and Chris Erb
Irene Eskridge
Tony Fitts and Ramona Payne
George and Katherine Freese
Jody and Mike Freid
Steven and Susan Funk
Nancy and Terry Gerber
Margie and Paul Goldwin
Donald and Lynn Groenleer
Janice and Larry D. Harding
Charles S. Hayes
Denise and Angel Hernandez
Mary Suzanne Horan
Dr. and Mrs. Tom Hughes
Carol and Craig Kapson
Dr. J. Michael Kelbel
James and Christine Kelly
Gretchen and Dean Kimble
Barbara and Donald T. Kindt
Brian and Ginger Lake
Betty Laramore
Gunnel B. Lofgren
Jerry and Becky Lutkus
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lux
Gail and Robert Martin
Rodney and Dr. Debra McClain
Ron and Dolores McDonald
Barb and Larry McHugh
Joann and Brian McMahon
Collin and Rose Meissner
Tom and Shari Mellin
Brad and Mickey Miller
Jeffrey Miller
Pat and Carol Moody
Kevin and Anita Morrison
Mary Naquin
Lida Thompson Norris
Michael and Amy Phend
Dr. Rob and Lee Riley
Fred and Chris Rowe
Dr. William and Diane Sarnat
Judy and Bob Schmuhl
Tom and Maria Slager
Sonja Smith
Carl Snyder and Rita
Schobert Snyder
Eve Sobol
Oliver C. Songlingco, M.D., P.C.
Christopher L. Stevens
Joyce and Richard Stifel
Anna M. and Douglass
J. Thompson
Paul D. and Mary H. Tipps
Barbara Warner
Phid and Jeff Wells
Dorothy and Dar* Wiekamp
Joseph and Barbara Wind
John and Carolyn Wolf
Mary and Joe M. Woodka
Nancy Wuthrich
Nancy C. Yob
Douglas and Janette Yoder
Julia A. Zahler
*Deceased Charter Director
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