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Michiana’s bi-monthly Guide to WNIT Public Television
Issue No. 2 March — April 2015
Father Brown
STARTS
THURSDAY MARCH 19
8PM
Board of
Directors
A Message from Greg Giczi
President and GM, WNIT Public Television
Chairman
Ida Reynolds Watson
Vice Chair
Rodney F. Ganey, Ph.D.
Susan Ohmer, Ph.D.
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
Irene E. Eskridge
Rebecca Espinoza-Kubacki
William A. Gitlin
Tracy D. Graham
Albert L. Gutierrez
James Hillman
Mary Horan
Katherine Humphreys
Glenn E. Killoren
Ryan Matthys
Christine M. Maziar
Brian McMahon
Mary Louise Miller
Pat Moody
Kevin Morrison
Steven J. Perlewitz
Maritza Robles
Jill Sigsbee
Joyce F. Stifel
James M. Summers
Thomas Topash
Michael Wargo
Patrick Welch
Charter Directors
Arthur J. Decio
Jerry Hammes
Ernestine M. Raclin
Jane Warner*
Dar Wiekamp*
Dear WNIT Supporters:
We can all take a deep breath now that the new episodes of Downton Abbey have premiered!
It seems “D.A.” was a frequent topic at the holiday parties I attended in December – there was
much anticipation for the new episodes. Thanks to all of you for your enthusiasm, viewership
and support of Michiana PBS, WNIT.
During December, we sent out a letter asking you to consider an end-of-year additional gift to
WNIT. Many of you responded. Thank you! This additional gift allowed us to purchase some
extra programming which you will soon see. One of those programs, Father Brown, is a series of
British mysteries based on the character created by novelist G.K. Chesterton. Look for our On
The Cover article in this edition of the WNIT Planner. Father Brown begins Thursday, March
19 at 8pm on WNIT.
March is a big month for some great additional programs to please regular viewers and attract
new ones. Although launched on February 28, My Music Presents: Motown 25 is a fun-fun
show that will put a smile on your face and a beat in your step. We have scheduled it a few times
during March. The Texas Tenors: You Should Dream special returns during the first part of the
month. They put on a great concert in Shipshewana last August and WNIT viewers had the
best seats. They will return to the area at Elkhart’s Lerner Theater on May 17, and we will have
prime seat tickets as well as a limited supply of passes to meet the Texas Tenors before the show.
Also, Michiana PBS, WNIT, will air the entire four part series The Italian Americans, Sunday,
March 15.
Sadly, cancer seems to touch every family. Ken Burns’ new documentary Cancer, The Emperor
of All Maladies comes to WNIT as a 3-part series on March 30-31 and April 1. This production
is a riveting historical documentary, an engrossing and intimate verity film, and a scientific and
investigative report. It is enthralling, emotional and important to see.
Finally, I want to call your attention to one particular documentary that is one in a series of
veteran-related documentaries you will see on Michiana PBS, WNIT, in the next year plus.
American Experience: Last Days in Vietnam airs Tuesday, April 28. I saw some early clips of this
program almost a year ago. It is very powerful.
I can’t seem to stop talking about all the great programming coming our way in the next few
months. Please take advantage of it! Thank you to everyone for your viewership and support.
All these good things happen because of you.
Sincerely,
Honorary Life Director
Carmi Murphy
*Deceased Charter Director
Greg Giczi
President & General Manager
What’s
Inside?
Worth Watching March
6
Production News
22
Worth Watching April
10
Membership Corner
26
Primetime March
14
WNIT Kids Club
27
Primetime April
16
Honor Roll Members
29
Weekday Programming
18
WNIT Supporters
30
Weekend Programming
19
Supporter Spotlight
31
Overnight Programming
20
Directors’ Circle
31
On The
Cover
Father Brown: Season 1
WNIT Public Television proudly presents FATHER BROWN starring
Mark Williams as the Catholic priest who also happens to have a
particular talent for solving crimes. Based on the short stories by G.K.
Chesterton, Father Brown follows this kindly cleric as he solves crimes in
his community. Many years spent hearing parishioners’ confessions have
given him an uncanny insight in to the origins of evil and the workings
of the criminal mind. Each episode sees the enigmatic priest investigate a
crime in his own particular way, using intuition and psychology.
This new series will air on ten consecutive Thursdays, March 19 – May
21 at 8pm on WNIT 34.1.
Episode 1 – The Hammer of God (March 19)
When an ungodly man is murdered at the
unveiling of a new church clock, Father Brown
must find the killer before an innocent woman is
sent to the gallows.
Episode 2 – The Flying Stars (March 26)
Father Brown becomes embroiled with a theatrical family when he discovers
that what had been thought of as a tragic drowning was actually murder.
Episode 3 – The Wrong Shape (April 2)
Soon after his poetry recital, Leonard Quinton is found hanging in
the conservatory. When Father Brown realizes that he could not have
committed suicide, the search begins for a murderer.
Episode 4 – The Man in the Tree (April 9)
When Lady Felicia finds a stripped and injured man stuck up a tree, Sid
is implicated as the perpetrator. Can Father Brown prove his innocence, or
has Sid gone too far this time?
Episode 5 – The Eye of Apollo (April 16)
When the Church of Apollo comes to Kembleford, Susie is drawn to their
charismatic leader Kalon. After Kalon’s wife is murdered, Father Brown
must break his spell over Susie or risk losing her forever.
Episode 6 – The Bride of Christ (April 23)
When two nuns die in mysterious circumstances at St.
Agnes convent, Father Brown investigates with the
aid of Sister Boniface, an eager young fan of detective
novels.
Episode 7 – The Devil’s Dust (April 30)
Father Brown joins the search when a girl who is believed to be radioactive
goes missing overnight. But just who is responsible for her disappearance?
Episode 8 – The Face of Death (May 7)
After a murder at the Kembleford charity treasure hunt, general suspicion
falls upon a bereaved man who wants revenge. However, Father Brown is
determined to prove the man’s innocence.
Episode 9 – The Mayor and the Magician (May 14)
When the mayor drops dead during his speech at the village fete, Father
Brown deduces that he was deliberately electrocuted. Meanwhile, Mrs.
McCarthy’s past comes back to haunt her.
Episode 10 – The Blue Cross (May 21)
When his priceless Blue Cross is targeted by the
infamous criminal Flambeau, Father Brown takes
the initiative to try and save his soul. But is he walking
into a trap?
Father Brown: Season 1
Starts March 19 at 8pm
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Charter Cable in Sturgis, MI
has reassigned its channels
Original positions are: Base Tier
WNIT 34.1, #2. New assignment: #12.
WNIT 34.1, #781. New assignment: #785.
WNIT 34.2, #135. New assignment: #195.
After Charter’s conversion to all-digital, station will continue to be available
to ALL Charter customers served by the above lineups in a digital format on
the basic tier of service.
ROKU
WNIT is excited to announce that the much-anticipated PBS and PBS KIDS
channels are now available on Roku! The PBS channel features videos from
popular PBS programs. Once you activate the PBS channel and choose WNIT
as your local station, you can stream content from WNIT’s local productions,
as well as short, web-original videos from Webby Award-winning PBS Digital
Studios. With the arrival of PBS KIDS channel, junior streamers can enjoy fulllength episodes and clips from great shows including Curious George, Daniel
Tiger’s Neighborhood, Dinosaur Train, Super WHY! and The Cat in the Hat
Knows a Lot About That!
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SUNDAY NIGHT is
DRAMA NIGHT
8pm
9pm
New Seasons Starting Sunday, March 29
Worth Watching
March
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey, Season 5
All programs are on both 34.1 and 34.2
unless noted.
MARCH MEMBERSHIP
PROGRAMMING
Special programming featured on these
pages in orange runs from March 1 to 15.
DEEPAK CHOPRA:
THE FUTURE OF GOD
Sunday, March 1, 4pm;
Saturday, March 7, 8am
and Monday, March 16, 12am
Faith meets science in this thought-provoking
program in which world renowned spiritual
teacher and medical doctor Deepak Chopra
demonstrates that the tools of our most
advanced fields of science can be used to answer
fundamentally spiritual questions.
THE GREAT BRITISH
BAKING SHOW
Sunday, March 1, 8pm
“Finals”
Just three challenges lie between the three
finalists and the trophy: classic pastry
techniques, a technical test and a Showstopper.
Underwritten in part by Doors & Drawers, Early Childhood
Development Center, Inc., Hawkins Water Tech, Montessori
Academy at Edison Lakes, St. Joseph Funeral Home, Snite
Museum of Art and The Center at Donaldson
= InFocus only
4
6
= WNIT only
Great Broadway Musical Moments From The Ed Sullivan Show
MASTERPIECE CLASSIC:
DOWNTON ABBEY,
SEASON 5 FINALE
Sunday, March 1, 9pm and
Sunday, March 8, 6pm
The Crawleys go to a shooting party at a castle in
Northumberland and return to Downton for a
joyful Christmas holiday.
Underwritten in part 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
THE TEXAS TENORS:
YOU SHOULD DREAM
Monday, March 2, 8pm;
Saturday, March 7, 6:30pm;
Wednesday, March 11, 8pm;
Saturday, March 14, 9pm and
Sunday, March 15, 10:30pm
Combining breathtaking vocals, humor and
cowboy charm, this charismatic and talented trio
performs great music from the worlds of country,
folk, opera and Broadway. Hear it all in The Texas
Tenors first special, “You Should Dream.”
GREAT BROADWAY MUSICAL
MOMENTS FROM THE ED
SULLIVAN SHOW
Tuesday, March 3, 8pm
GREAT
BROADWAY
MUSICAL
MOMENTS FROM THE ED SULLIVAN
SHOW brings you legendary musical
entertainment performed by a galaxy of great
Broadway stars like Ethel Merman in “Annie Get
Your Gun,” John Raitt in “Oklahoma!,” Julie
Andrews in “Camelot,” and more! This exciting
event includes exclusive interviews with legends
Shirley Jones, Joel Grey, and Rex Reed.
MOTOWN 25: YESTERDAY,
TODAY AND FOREVER
Tuesday, March 3, 12am and
Thursday, March 5, 8pm
A 1983 salute to the company on its silver
anniversary reunites the Jackson 5, Diana Ross
and the Supremes (Cindy Birdsong and Mary
Wilson), the Four Tops, Smokey Robinson
and the Miracles, and the Temptations. Also
appearing: Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie,
Martha Reeves, Mary Wells, Richard Pryor,
Dick Clark, Howard Hesseman and Tim Reid.
Visit wnit.org/programs for more!
Bala Brothers
JOHN DENVER COUNTRY BOY
Wednesday, March 4, 8pm
This documentary explores the private life and
public legacy of John Denver, America’s original
country boy. With exclusive accounts from
those closest to him, the man behind the music
is revealed in an intimate profile in the year that
would have been his 70th birthday.
JOE BONAMASSA:
MUDDY WOLF AT RED ROCK
Wednesday, March 4, 9:30pm ;
Monday, March 9, 12am
On August 31, Joe Bonamassa performed an
exclusive concert at Red Rocks Amphitheater
in Denver, Colorado, celebrating the music of
blues legends Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf.
PIERROT LUNAIRE: THE MOVIE
Friday, March 6, 10pm; Saturday,
March 21, 9pm
Three University of Notre Dame music faculty
(Georgine Resick, John Blacklow and Karen
Buranskas) join forces with Tsung Yeh and Jason
Gresl of the South Bend Symphony and Chicago
artists Scott Metlicka and Amanda Grimm to
appear in the first film of Arnold Schoenberg’s
1912 masterwork PIERROT LUNAIRE.
The Jewish Journey: America
SKINNY GUT, VIBRANT YOU
WITH BRENDA WATSON
Saturday, March 7, 12am;
Monday, March 9, 9:30pm
More than 100 million Americans suffer from
frequent digestive disorders and over 65% are
overweight or obese. New York Times bestselling
author and digestive expert Brenda Watson,
C.N.C., discusses the solution in her newest
special, SKINNY GUT, VIBRANT YOU.
LAWRENCE WELK TV TREASURES
Saturday, March 7, 4:30pm
LAWRENCE WELK’S TV TREASURES,
is the first all-encompassing documentary
about the legendary television series, THE
LAWRENCE WELK SHOW. It features
entertaining, rarely seen footage from more
than 50 years of the longest-running series on
national television, as well as outstanding neverbefore-seen archival performances by members
of the Welk Musical Family, starting with the
earliest days of the show.
BALA BROTHERS
Saturday, March 7, 11:30pm
This program features the amazing musicianship
of the three gifted brothers who grew up poor
in a South African township and rose to
become national singing stars while breaking
through apartheid barriers. Viewers will hear
a mix of South African traditional music and
contemporary songs from Elton John, Paul
Simon and Billy Joel.
MR. SELFRIDGE: A CELEBRATION
Sunday, March 8, 8pm
MR. SELFRIDGE: A CELEBRATION is a
PBS Pledge celebration of the first two seasons
of MR. SELFRIDGE and a sneak peak at Season
3! The program will feature “behind the scenes”
footage and key interviews with the actors and
production personnel integral to the series.
THE JEWISH JOURNEY: AMERICA
Tuesday, March 10, 8pm
THE JEWISH JOURNEY: AMERICA
tells the three part story of Jewish life in the
old country, the reasons behind leaving their
respective homes and journeying to the US as
well as both the establishment of communities
and the great accomplishments made in the US.
FOYLE’S WAR REVISITED
Sunday, March 15, 9pm
Revisit one of the best recent British television
series, FOYLE’S WAR, as a look back is taken
on the six-episode series. The protagonist of the
program, which ran for several seasons on PBS
last decade, is a British police detective who
finds himself near the front line of World War II
in the coastal town of Hastings.
7
5
Worth Watching
March
Nature: Ireland’s Wild River
All programs are on both 34.1 and 34.2
unless noted.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW
Mondays at 8pm & 9pm
Watch as owners recount tales of family
heirlooms, yard sale bargains and longneglected items salvaged from attics and
basements, while experts reveal the fascinating
truths about these finds.
“Des Moines, IA” – March 16, 8pm
“Billings, MT” – March 16 & 23,
9pm
“Bismarck, ND” – March 23, 8pm
“Birmingham, AL” – March 30, 8pm
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
180 DAYS: HARTSVILLE
Tuesday, March 17, 8pm and 9pm
Experience a Southern town’s efforts to address
the urgent demand for reform in American
public schools, and watch what happens when
the systems that can either fuel or diffuse that
reform – bureaucracy, economic opportunity,
and fixed mindsets – interact and intersect.
= InFocus only
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8
= WNIT only
Father Brown
NATURE
“Attenborough’s Life Stories:
Our Fragile Planet” – March
18, 8pm & March 21, 4pm
Sir David Attenborough reflects on the dramatic
impact that human beings have had on the
natural world during his lifetime.
“Ireland’s Wild River” – March
25, 8pm & March 28, 4pm
For a year, wildlife cameraman Colin StaffordJohnson lives on the river — camping on its
banks, exploring its countless tributaries in a
traditional canoe, following the river from dawn
to dusk through the four seasons, on a quest to
film the natural history of the Shannon as it has
never been seen or heard or experienced before.
Underwritten in part by Martin’s Super Markets
NOVA
Wednesdays
“The Incredible Journey of the
Butterflies” – March 18, 9pm
Orange-and-black wings fill the sky as NOVA
charts one of nature’s most remarkable
phenomena: the epic migration of monarch
butterflies across North America.
“The Bible’s Buried Secrets” –
March 25, 9pm
NOVA presents the latest archeological
scholarship from the Holy Land to explore the
beginnings of modern religion and the origins
of the Hebrew Bible, also known as the Old
Testament.
Underwritten in part by 1st Source Bank
FATHER BROWN
Thursdays & Sundays
“The Hammer of God” – March
19, 8pm & March 22, 7pm
When an ungodly man is murdered at the
unveiling of a new church clock, Father Brown
must find the killer before an innocent woman is
sent to the gallows.
“The Flying Stars” – March 26,
8pm & March 29, 7pm
Father Brown becomes embroiled with a
theatrical family when he discovers that a
supposed tragic drowning was actually murder.
THE DUST BOWL
Thursday, March 19 & March 26,
9pm
The film chronicles the environmental
catastrophe of the 1930s that destroyed the
farmlands of the Great Plains, turned prairies
into deserts, and unleashed a pattern of massive,
deadly dust storms that for many seemed to
herald the end of the world.
Visit wnit.org/programs for more!
A Raisin In The Sun Revisited
ONE NIGHT IN MARCH
Sunday, March 22, 3pm
ONE NIGHT IN MARCH tells the story of
a historic college basketball game that captured
the national imagination, influenced a state, and
helped redefine a sport.
LOOKING OVER JORDAN
Sunday, March 22, 3:30pm
The Civil War began as a means of preserving
the Union. But to nearly four million African
Americans, it held a much more personal
promise.
THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN
Sundays, March 22 & 29, 4pm
“The Day of the Scorpion” –
March 22
Sarah encounters Count Bronowsky, who is
escorting the Nawab’s secretary Ahmed Kasim
to meet his father. Meanwhile, Barbie Batchelor
experiences problems at Rose Cottage.
“The Towers of Silence” –
March 29
Susan, who is receiving psychiatric help in a
nursing home, learns her son has been rescued,
and Barbie makes an appalling discovery while
visiting Captain Coley.
Call The Midwife, Season 4
MASTERPIECE CLASSIC:
GREAT EXPECTATIONS
Sunday, March 22, 8pm & 9pm
An orphan boy meets an escaped convict, a
mentally unhinged rich woman and a bewitching
girl, and is bestowed great expectations of wealth
from a mysterious patron, in Charles Dickens’s
GREAT EXPECTATIONS.
Underwritten in part by Snite Museum of Art
A RAISIN IN THE SUN REVISITED
Sunday, March 22, 11pm
Lorraine Hansberry’s groundbreaking 1959
drama, A Raisin in the Sun, was the first Broadway
play to depict the strength and humanity of an
African-American family striving for a piece of
the American dream.
JAMES BAKER: THE MAN WHO
MADE WASHINGTON WORK
Tuesday, March 24, 8:30pm
JAMES BAKER: THE MAN WHO MADE
WASHINGTON WORK is the story a
remarkable politician and statesman who
represents a time when a divided Congress got
things done, and when presidents and politicians
worked together.
CALL THE MIDWIFE, SEASON 4
Sundays at 8pm
“Part 1”– March 29
Nurse Barbara Gilbert arrives at Nonnatus and,
after a disastrous start, earns the respect of her
colleagues by helping a new mother overcome
difficulties. Trixie faces one of the most
emotionally draining cases of her career.
Underwritten in part by Fairhaven Obstetrics & Gynecology,
Goshen Birth Center and Indiana Affiliate of American
College of Nurse Midwives
MASTERPIECE CLASSIC:
MR. SELFRIDGE, SEASON 3
Sunday, March 29, 9pm
“Part 1”
A grief-stricken Harry wonders how he will ever
get by without his beloved wife. However, the
Selfridges are in high spirits again when Rosalie
is marrying renowned Russian aviator Serge De
Bolotoff. Agnes is overjoyed to be reunited with
Henri, who has recently returned from the war.
Underwritten in part by Snite Museum of Art
CANCER: THE EMPEROR
OF ALL MALADIES
Wednesday, March 30 &
Thursday, March 31, 9pm
THE STORY OF CANCER: THE EMPEROR
OF ALL MALADIES examines cancer with
a cellular biologist’s precision, a historian’s
perspective and a biographer’s passion.
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Worth Watching
April
Shalom Sesame: It’s Passover, Grover
All programs are on both 34.1 and 34.2
unless noted.
SHALOM SESAME:
IT’S PASSOVER, GROVER
Wednesday, April 1 and Friday,
April 3, 2pm
IT’S PASSOVER, GROVER! showcases the
Passover story, holiday preparations, and Hebrew
words and phrases related to Passover. In the
episode, viewers meet families whose holiday
traditions originate in Ethiopia and Morocco,
providing a glimpse into the diversity of the
Jewish people.
Underwritten in part by The Arthur J. Decio Foundation
and South Bend Medical Foundation
CANCER: THE EMPEROR
OF ALL MALADIES
Wednesday, April 1, 9pm
THE STORY OF CANCER: THE EMPEROR
OF ALL MALADIES examines cancer with
a cellular biologist’s precision, a historian’s
perspective and a biographer’s passion. The series
artfully weaves three different films in one: a
riveting historical documentary; an engrossing
and intimate vérité film; and a scientific and
investigative report.
“Finding an Achilles Heel” –
April 1
Underwritten in part by IU Health Goshen Center for
Cancer Care
= InFocus only
10
= WNIT only
Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies
FATHER BROWN
Sundays
& Thursdays
“The Wrong Shape” – April 2,
8pm and April 5, 7pm
LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER
Friday, April 3 & April 10, 9pm
“Billy Porter in Concert” –
April 3
Soon after his poetry recital, Leonard Quinton is
found hanging in the conservatory. When Father
Brown realizes that he could not have committed
suicide, the search begins for a murderer.
Tony Award winner Billy Porter comes to Lincoln
Center’s Appel Room to perform selections
from his latest album of jazz-inflected Broadway
standards, Billy’s Back on Broadway.
“The Man in the Tree” – April 9,
8pm and April 12, 7pm
“Norm Lewis – Who Am I?” –
April 10
When Lady Felicia finds a stripped and injured
man stuck up a tree, Sid is implicated as the
perpetrator. Can Father Brown prove his
innocence, or has Sid gone too far this time?
“The Eye of Apollo” –
April 16, 8pm
When the Church of Apollo comes to
Kembleford, Susie is drawn to their charismatic
leader Kalon. After Kalon’s wife is murdered,
Father Brown must break his spell over Susie or
risk losing her forever.
“The Bride of Christ” –
April 23, 8pm and April 26, 7pm
When two nuns die in mysterious circumstances
at St. Agnes convent, Father Brown investigates
with the aid of Sister Boniface, an eager young fan
of detective novels.
Tony nominee and celebrated baritone Norm
Lewis—star of some of Broadway and the West
End’s most acclaimed productions returns for
an encore engagement of his 2014 American
Songbook performance Who Am I?
GREAT PERFORMANCES:
ANNIE LENNOX –
NOSTALGIA IN CONCERT
Friday, April 3, 10pm
ANNIE LENNOX: NOSTALGIA LIVE
IN CONCERT, features Great American
Songbook classics from her Grammy-nominated
album Nostalgia. Throughout her four-decade
career, music superstar Annie Lennox has defied
categorization, diving into blues, soul, folk
and pop to create songs that captivate and
transcend boundaries.
Visit wnit.org/programs for more!
Masterpiece Classic: Wolf Hall
A CELEBRATION OF PEACE
THROUGH MUSIC
Sunday, April 5, 3pm
A CELEBRATION OF PEACE THROUGH
MUSIC is a concert celebration of music and
spirit, open to people of all faiths. Conducted
by Sir Gilbert Levine, the concert honors the
canonizations of Pope John Paul II and Pope
John XXIII, in the spirit of Pope Francis.
CALL THE MIDWIFE, SEASON 4
Sundays & Thursdays
“Episode 2” – April 5, 8pm
Twice Born: Stories From The Special Delivery Unit
“Episode 4” – April 19, 8pm and
April 16, 10pm
Sister Winifred’s eyes are opened to Poplar’s
seedy underworld when she cares for an expectant
prostitute. Meanwhile, Barbara struggles to
understand why an expectant father would put
undue pressure on his wife to bear a son, and
Sister Monica Joan feels redundant as the busy
midwives go about their work.
Underwritten in part by Fairhaven Obstetrics & Gynecology,
Goshen Birth Center and Indiana Affiliate of American
College of Nurse Midwives
Two things become clear: new nurse Phyllis Crane
is not going to fit in easily and Sister Julienne and
a prospective benefactor knew each other many
years ago.
MASTERPIECE CLASSIC:
MR. SELFRIDGE, SEASON 3
Sundays at 9pm
“Episode 2” – April 5
“Episode 3” – April 12, 8pm and
April 9, 10pm
While Harry pursues a new charitable project,
Crabb is faced with a massive professional
dilemma.
A mother’s life is turned upside down when
her husband is arrested for gross indecency
with a man. After Nurse Crane meets a clearly
malnourished pregnant woman, a home visit
reveals that she has given a false address and seems
to have disappeared.
“Episode 3” – April 12
Harry pushes ahead with his plans for the
Selfridge Estate, buying a field at auction - only to
find there is an unexpected rival bidder. Kitty is
on a high as she launches a high-profile cosmetics
demonstration in store.
“Episode 4” – April 19
Frank is horrified that he might have been
complicit in his wife’s attack.
MASTERPIECE CLASSIC:
WOLF HALL
Sundays at 10pm and Saturdays
at 11pm, starting April 5
The six-hour television miniseries presents an
intimate and provocative portrait of Thomas
Cromwell, the brilliant and enigmatic consigliore
to King Henry VIII, as he maneuvers the
corridors of power at the Tudor court.
Underwritten in part by Snite Museum of Art
THE SECRETS OF
HENRY VIII PALACES
Monday, April 6, 10pm
Hampton Court is the ultimate royal pleasure
palace — embodying the indulgent and grandiose
kingship built by Cardinal Wolsey and developed
by Henry VIII. Through its rooms, chart King
Henry VIII’s decline from fit young warrior to
bloated womanizer and recall the vivid stories of
the ladies who became his queens.
TWICE BORN: STORIES FROM
THE SPECIAL DELIVERY UNIT
Tuesday, April 7 & April 14, 8pm
Take an intimate, inside look at surgeries done
on babies still inside their mothers’ wombs with
rarely seen footage at the elite Center for Fetal
Diagnosis and Treatment at Children’s Hospital
of Philadelphia and its Special Delivery Unit.
Underwritten in part by Snite Museum of Art
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Worth Watching
April
National Mall: America’s Front Yard
Escape From a Nazi Death Camp
NATIONAL MALL:
AMERICA’S FRONT YARD
Tuesday, April 7, 9pm
Black History Programming
Take an in-depth look into America’s most
famous “front yard,” the National Mall. From
its inception in 1791 to today, the National
Mall, in combination with the other attractions
in the Washington Metropolitan Area, makes
the nation’s capital city one of the most popular
tourist destinations in the country.
In the Florida Keys, divers from around the
country learn how to map shipwrecks and apply
their skills on a mysterious 18th century slave
ship. When diving isn’t possible, professional
explorers use high-tech tools to scan objects
buried beneath the seafloor.
NATURE’S GUIDE
TO ANIMAL HOMES
Wednesdays, April 8-29, 8pm
This series investigates just how animals build
their amazing homes, and the intriguing
behaviors and social interactions that take place in
and around them. Ecologist Chris Morgan serves
as guide and animal real estate agent, evaluating
and deconstructing animal homes, their material,
location, neighborhood and aesthetics.
INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY:
LIVE AT THE UNITED NATIONS
Friday, April 10, 10pm
International Jazz Day brings together
communities, schools, artists, historians,
academics, and jazz enthusiasts all over the
world to celebrate and learn about jazz and its
roots, future and impact; raise awareness of
the need for intercultural dialogue and mutual
understanding; and reinforce international
cooperation and communication.
= InFocus only
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= WNIT only
CHANGING SEAS:
SUNKEN STORIES
Sunday, April 12, 3pm
“Traveling Companions” –
April 26
Barbie breathes her last in a hospital bed, while
the Colonel and Sarah Layton return to Rose
Cottage, where they are greeted by shocking news
from Hiroshima. Meanwhile, Guy and Rowan
set off for Pankot.
THE EDITOR AND THE
DRAGON: HORACE CARTER
FIGHTS THE KLAN
CIVIC LIFE OF
NATHANIEL COLLEY
Black History Programming
Sunday, April 12, 3:30pm
Between 1950 and 1952, the young newspaper
editor, Horace Carter, ignores death threats
and constant intimidation from the Klan as
he editorializes against its “Reign of Terror” in
the coastal border region of North and South
Carolina.
Black History Programming
Nathaniel Colley, one of Sacramento’s earliest
African American lawyers, spent 50 years shaping
the course of American history. His passion
for education and civil rights brought Colley
together with John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson,
Rosa Parks, Edmund “Pat” Brown, and Bill
Clinton. We’ll examine the achievements of this
Sacramento-born advocate for justice and equality.
THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN
Sundays, April 12 & 26, 4pm
“An Evening at the
Maharanee’s” – April 12
In Bombay, Sarah and Merrick attend the party
of a maharanee, whose other guests include
Bronowsky and Ahmed.
Sunday, April 12, 11pm
ESCAPE FROM A
NAZI DEATH CAMP
Tuesday, April 14, 9pm
The Nazi death camp at Sobibor was created
solely for the mass extermination of Jews. But
on October 14, 1943 the inmates fought back, in
the biggest and most successful prison outbreak
of the Second World War. Of the 600 inmates
present on the day of the escape, 300 escaped.
Around 50 survived the war and of that 50, only
a handful are still alive. This is their last chance to
reveal the true story of their escape.
Visit wnit.org/programs for more!
American Experience: My Lai
AMERICAN MASTERS:
JASCHA HEIFETZ GOD’S
FIDDLER
Friday, April 17, 9pm
Discover legendary musician Jascha Heifetz,
the first truly modern violin virtuoso, through
dazzling vintage performance clips. This
insightful film portrays a prestigious concert
artist for whom only perfection would do, a
musical wunderkind who went on to set standards
for nearly a century. Get to know Heifetz through
home movies and personal family photos taken
from 1903-1987.
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: MY LAI
Tuesday, April 21, 9pm
What drove a company of American soldiers —
ordinary young men from around the country
— to commit the worst atrocity in American
military history? Were they “just following
orders” as some later declared? Or did they break
under the pressure of a vicious war in which the
line between enemy soldier and civilian had been
intentionally blurred?
America’s Ballroom Challenge: Season 5
NOVA
Wednesdays
“Hubble’s 25th Anniversary” –
April 22, 9pm
Twenty-five years ago, NASA launched one of
the most ambitious experiments in the history
of astronomy: the Hubble Space Telescope. In
honor of Hubble’s landmark anniversary, NOVA
tells the remarkable story of the telescope that
forever changed our understanding of the cosmos
and our place in it.
“Dawn of Humanity” – April 29,
9pm
NOVA and National Geographic present
exclusive access to an astounding discovery of
ancient fossil human ancestors. Join NOVA as we
solve a two million year-old “crime scene” and dig
into extraordinary new clues about what made us
human.
Underwritten in part by 1st Source Bank
AMERICA’S BALLROOM
CHALLENGE: SEASON 5
Friday, April 24, 9pm
The three-part series AMERICA’S BALLROOM
CHALLENGE features all four of the major
styles of competitive ballroom dancing. Finalists
compete across dance styles in a grand finale,
striving to be named America’s Best.
COLORED FRAMES
Black History Programming
Sunday, April 26, 3pm
COLORED FRAMES reflects on the last 50
years in African-American art by exploring the
influences, inspirations and experiences of black
artists. Beginning at the height of the Civil Rights
Era and leading up to the present, it provides a
truthful, unflinching look at often-ignored artists
and their progeny.
DICK CAVETT’S VIETNAM
Monday, April 27, 10pm
DICK CAVETT’S VIETNAM is a look back
at the thought-provoking conversations the
legendary talk show host had about the war with
a range of public figures including Muhammad
Ali, Billy Graham and Henry Kissinger.
THE LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM
Tuesday, April 28, 8pm
Award-winning filmmaker Rory Kennedy
chronicles the chaotic final days of the Vietnam
War. As the North Vietnamese closed in on
Saigon, an unlikely group of heroes took matters
into their own hands in order to save as many
South Vietnamese lives as possible.
13
Primetime –
(34.1)
March
8:00 pm
1 Sun
9:00 pm
9:30 pm
The Great British Baking Show, Pt. 10
10:00 pm
10:30 pm
Downton Abbey, Season 5
2 Mon
The Texas Tenors: You Should Dream
3 Tue
Great Broadway Musical Moments
From The Ed Sullivan Show
4 Wed
John Denver Country Boy
11:00 pm
11:30 pm
Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions
Celtic Woman Fan Favorites
Aging Backwards
Healing ADD With Dr. Daniel Amen And Tana Amen
Motown 25 Yesterday, Today, Forever
6 Fri
Magic Moments: Best of 50s Pop
7 Sat
My Yearbook 1960-1963
Bee Gees
This Is Your Do-Over
With Dr. Michael Roizen
Joe Bonamassa: Muddy Wolf At Red Rocks
5 Thu
Transatlantic Sessions
30 Days To A Younger Heart
Ed Slott’s Retirement Roadmap
Bee Gees One Night Only
Bala Brothers
8 Sun
Mr. Selfridge: A Celebration
50 Years With Peter, Paul, And Mary
Joe Bonamassa:
Muddy Waters
9 Mon
Bee Gees One Night Only
Skinny Gut, Vibrant You With Brenda Watson
Dr. Northrop:
Glorious Women
10 Tue
The Jewish Journey: America
My Yearbook 1960-1963
Aging Backwards
11 Wed
The Texas Tenors: You Should Dream
Magic Moments: Best of 50s Pop
30 Days To A
Younger Heart
12 Thu
50 Years With Peter, Paul, And Mary
13 Fri
Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions For You
14 Sat
15 Sun
50 Years With Peter, Paul, And Mary
Italian Americans
Rock Pop And Doo Wop
This Is Your
Do-Over
Zoltan Maga: From Budapest With Love
The Texas Tenors: You Should Dream
Justin Hayward: Spirits … Live
Foyle’s War Revisited
The Texas Tenors: You Should Dream
Victor Borge’s
Timeless Comedy
16 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Des Moines, IA
Antiques Roadshow: Billings, MT
Tales From The Royal Bedchamber
Charlie Rose
17 Tue
180 Days: Hartsville, Pt. 1
180 Days: Hartsville, Pt. 2
Frontline
Charlie Rose
18 Wed
Nature: Our Fragile Planet
Nova: Incredible Journey Of Butterflies
Nova: Deadliest Tornadoes
Charlie Rose
19 Thu
Father Brown, Pt. 1
20 Fri
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
21 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Des Moines, IA
22 Sun
Great Expectations: Part 1
23 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Bismarck
24 Tue
PBS Drama
Preview
As Time Goes By
The Dust Bowl: The Great Plow Up
Charlie Rose
American Masters: Judy Garland - By Myself
Charlie Rose
As Time Goes By
Keeping Up
Appearances
Keeping Up
Appearances
Great Expectations: Part 2
Antiques Roadshow: Billings, MT
The Bletchley Circle: Season 2, Pt. 1
Raisin in the Sun Revisited
Secrets of Selfridges
Charlie Rose
Frontline
Charlie Rose
James Baker: The Man Who Made Washington Work
25 Wed
Nature: Ireland’s Wild River
Nova: The Bible’s Buried Secrets
Charlie Rose
26 Thu
Father Brown, Pt. 2
The Dust Bowl: Reaping The Whirlwind
Charlie Rose
Great Performances: L’Allegro With The Mark Morris Dance Company
Charlie Rose
27 Fri
14
8:30 pm
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
Keeping Up
Appearances
Keeping Up
Appearances
28 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Bismarck
29 Sun
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 1
Mr. Selfridge: Season 3, Episode 1
Slavery by Another Name
30 Mon
Antiques Roadshow
Cancer: The Emperor Of All Maladies, Part 1
Charlie Rose
31 Tue
Twice Born: Stories From
The Special Delivery Unit, Pt. 1
Cancer: The Emperor Of All Maladies, Part 2
Charlie Rose
As Time Goes By
As Time Goes By
The Bletchley Circle: Season 2, Pt. 2
Primetime –
(34.2)
March
8:00 pm
1 Sun
8:30 pm
9:00 pm
9:30 pm
The Great British Baking Show, Pt. 10
10:00 pm
10:30 pm
Downton Abbey, Season 5
11:00 pm
11:30 pm
Manor of Speaking
Rick Steves’
Europe
2 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
Genealogy Roadshow
Independent Lens: The Revolutionary
Charlie Rose
3 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
MIA: A Dancer’s Journey
Ken Kesey
Charlie Rose
4 Wed
Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
NOVA: Deadliest Volcanoes
To Catch a Comet
Charlie Rose
5 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
The Great British Baking Show, Pt. 10
Antiques Roadshow: Des Moines, IA
Charlie Rose
6 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Charlie Rose
Music City Roots
Pierrot Lunaire: The Movie
Charlie Rose
Craft in America
Independent Lens: The Revolutionary
Austin City Limits: Fun
Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Episode 2
Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Episode 3
7 Sat
Kehinde Wiley: An Economy
8 Sun
Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Episode 1
9 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
Ghost Army
Independent Lens:
Seeking Asian Females
Charlie Rose
10 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
Vietnam War Stories
[email protected]
Charlie Rose
11 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
NOVA: Deadliest Tornadoes
Skeletons of the Sahara
Charlie Rose
12 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Skeletons of the Sahara
Antiques Roadshow: Des Moines, IA
Charlie Rose
13 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Charlie Rose
Music City Roots
14 Sat
Night of the
Proms
Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Episode 4
16 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
17 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
Charlie Rose
Independent Lens:
Seeking Asian Females
Austin City Limits: The Civil Wars
Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Episode 5
Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Episode 6
Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Episode 7
Hidden Epidemic
Independent Lens: Wonder Women
Charlie Rose
Dave Clark Five: Glad All
15 Sun
Sun Studio
Sessions
Victor Borge’s
Timeless Comedy
Celtic Woman Fan Favorites
Charlie Rose
18 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
NOVA: Incredible Journey of Butterflies
Rise of the Black Pharaohs
Charlie Rose
19 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Rise of the Black Pharaohs
Antiques Roadshow: Des Moines, IA
Charlie Rose
20 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Charlie Rose
Music City Roots
21 Sat
Ken Kesey
22 Sun
PBS Drama
Preview
PBS Drama
Preview
23 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
24 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
25 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
26 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
27 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Charlie Rose
28 Sat
29 Sun
Pierrot Lunaire: The Movie
30 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
31 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
Sun Studio
Sessions
Independent Lens: Wonder Women
Victor Borge’s
Timeless Comedy
Texas Tenors: You Should Dream
Hanford
PBS Drama
Preview
Charlie Rose
Austin City Limits: Tim McGraw
Austin City Limits:
Tim McGraw
Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Episode 8
Texas Tenors: You Should Dream
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 1
Night of the
Proms
Frontline: TBA
Charlie Rose
Charlie Rose
NOVA: The Bible’s Buried Secrets
Charlie Rose
PBS Drama
Preview
Charlie Rose
Music City Roots
Antiques Roadshow: Bismarck
Nigh of the Proms
Sun Studio
Sessions
Burt Bacharach’s Best (My Music)
Mr. Selfridge: Season 3, Episode 1
Burt Bacharach’s Best (My Music)
Best of the 60s (My Music)
Charlie Rose
Austin City Limits: Edward Sharpe
Austin City Limits: Edward Sharpe
Rick Steves’
Festive Europe
Charlie Rose
Charlie Rose
15
Primetime – (34.1)
April
8:00 pm
8:30 pm
1 Wed
Nova: Planets Revealed
2 Thu
Father Brown, Pt. 3
3 Fri
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
9:00 pm
9:30 pm
10:30 pm
Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, Pt. 3
11:00 pm
11:30 pm
Cancer:
A Conversation
Nightly
Business Report
Antiques Roadshow: Birmingham
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 1
Charlie Rose
Live from Lincoln Center: Billy Porter
Great Performances: Annie Lennox
Charlie Rose
Keeping Up
Appearances
Keeping Up
Appearances
4 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Birmingham
5 Sun
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 2
Mr. Selfridge: Season 3, Episode 2
Masterpiece: Wolf Hall, Pt. 1
With All Deliberate Speed:
Legacy of Brown vs. Board
6 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Birmingham
Antiques Roadshow: Billings
Secrets of Henry VIII Palaces
Charlie Rose
7 Tue
Twice Born: Stories From
The Special Delivery Unit, Pt. 2
National Mall: America’s Front Yard
Frontline
Charlie Rose
8 Wed
Nature: Nature’s Guide To
Animal Homes – The Nest
Nova: Emperor’s Ghost Army
Nazi Mega Weapons:
Hitler’s Megaships
Charlie Rose
9 Thu
Father Brown, Pt. 4
Antiques Roadshow: Birmingham
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 2
Charlie Rose
Live From Lincoln Center: Norm Lewis
International Jazz Day:
Live at the United Nations
Charlie Rose
10 Fri
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
As Time Goes By
As Time Goes By
Keeping Up
Appearances
Keeping Up
Appearances
The Bletchley Circle: Season 2, Pt. 3
11 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Birmingham
12 Sun
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 3
Mr. Selfridge: Season 3, Episode 3
Masterpiece: Wolf Hall, Pt. 2
The Editor and the Dragon
13 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Birmingham
Antiques Roadshow: Biloxi
Tales From The Royal Bedchamber
Charlie Rose
14 Tue
Twice Born: Stories From The
Special Delivery Unit, Pt. 3
Escape From a Nazi Death Camp
Frontline
Charlie Rose
15 Wed
Nature: Nature’s Guide To
Animal Homes – Location, Location
Nova: The Great Math Mystery
Kamikazi
Charlie Rose
16 Thu
Father Brown, Pt. 5
Antiques Roadshow: Birmingham
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 3
Charlie Rose
American Masters: Jascha Heifetz
The Queen’s Garden
Charlie Rose
17 Fri
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
As Time Goes By
As Time Goes By
18 Sat
Masterpiece: Wolf Hall, Pt. 1
The Best of WNIT
19 Sun
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 4
Mr. Selfridge: Season 3, Episode 4
Masterpiece: Wolf Hall, Pt. 3
Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace
20 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Santa Clara
Antiques Roadshow: Biloxi
The Queen’s Garden
Charlie Rose
21 Tue
Inside the Court of Henry VIII
American Experience: My Lai
Frontline
Charlie Rose
22 Wed
Nature: Natures Guide to
Animal Homes - Animal Cities
Nova: Hubble’s 25th Anniversary
Nazi Mega Weapons: The Siegfried Line
Charlie Rose
23 Thu
Father Brown, Pt. 6
Antiques Roadshow: Santa Clara
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 4
Charlie Rose
America’s Ballroom
Challenge: Season 5
Inside the Court of Henry VIII
Charlie Rose
24 Fri
16
10:00 pm
Washington Week
Economic Outlook
Keeping Up
Appearances
Keeping Up
Appearances
25 Sat
Antiques Roadshow: Santa Clara
26 Sun
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 5
Mr. Selfridge: Season 3, Episode 5
Masterpiece: Wolf Hall, Pt. 4
Inside the Court of Henry VIII
27 Mon
Antiques Roadshow: Santa Clara
The Day the 60s Died
Dick Cavett’s Vietnam
Charlie Rose
28 Tue
The Draft
The Last Days in Vietnam
Charlie Rose
29 Wed
Nature: Mystery Monkeys of Shangri-La
Nova: Dawn of Humanity
Charlie Rose
30 Thu
Father Brown, Pt. 7
As Time Goes By
As Time Goes By
Antiques Roadshow: Santa Clara
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 5
Masterpiece: Wolf Hall, Pt. 3
Charlie Rose
Primetime – (34.2)
April
8:00 pm
8:30 pm
9:00 pm
9:30 pm
1 Wed
Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
2 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
3 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Tavis Smiley
4 Sat
Live From Lincoln Center: Bill Porter
Great Performances: Annie Lennox
Twice Born: Stories From
The Special Delivery Unit, Pt. 1
Austin City Limits: Ed Sheeran/Valerie
5 Sun
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 2
Mr. Selfridge: Season 3, Episode 2
Masterpiece: Wolf Hall, Pt. 1
Austin City Limits: Ed Sheeran/Valerie
Tavis Smiley
Gefilte Fish Chronicles
7 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
National Mall: America’s Front Yard
8 Wed
Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
9 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Shelter Me: New Beginnings
10 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Tavis Smiley
Music City Roots
Shooting in
the Wild
13 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
14 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
11:30 pm
Mustang
Charlie Rose
Sun Studio
Sessions
Charlie Rose
Independent Lens
Nature’s Invitation
Carole King - James Taylor
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 3
Night of the
Proms
Music City Roots
11:00 pm
Charlie Rose
RX: The Quiet Revolution
Money Sense
12 Sun
10:30 pm
Ed Sullivan’s Rock & Roll
6 Mon
11 Sat
10:00 pm
Emery Blagdon
and His Heal
Closing the Gap
Charlie Rose
Nazi Mega Weapons: Hitler’s Megaship
Charlie Rose
Antiques Roadshow: Birmingham
Charlie Rose
Night of the
Proms
Charlie Rose
Night of the
Proms
Paul McCartney & Wings
Austin City Limits: Juanes/Jesse
Mr. Selfridge: Season 3, Episode 3
Masterpiece: Wolf Hall, Pt. 2
Austin City Limits: Juanes/Jesse
Remembered Voices
Independent Lens: The Homestretch
Charlie Rose
Victor Borge’s
Timeless Comedy
Carole King - James Taylor
Charlie Rose
15 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
Into Deepest Space
Kamikaze
Charlie Rose
16 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Armenian Genocide
Antiques Roadshow: Birmingham
Charlie Rose
17 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Tavis Smiley
Music City Roots
Night of the
Proms
Night of the
Proms
Charlie Rose
Katmai: Alaska’s
Wild Peninsula
Austin City Limits: The Shins/Dr. Dog
18 Sat
Live From Notre Dame
19 Sun
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 4
Voces on PBS: Children of Giant
Mr. Selfridge: Season 3, Episode 4
Masterpiece: Wolf Hall, Pt. 3
Austin City Limits: The Shins/Dr. Dog
20 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow: Biloxi
21 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
My Louisiana Love
Pulling Out All the Stops
Charlie Rose
Chattahoochee
Unplugged
Play Again
Water Blues Green Solution
Charlie Rose
Inside the Court of Henry VIII
Charlie Rose
22 Wed Economic Outlook
23 Thu
Dinner & A Book
Tavis Smiley
Taking Earth’s Temperature
24 Fri
Exp. Michiana
Tavis Smiley
Music City Roots
25 Sat
America’s Ballroom
Challenge: Season 5
26 Sun
Call the Midwife: Season 4, Episode 5
27 Mon
Money Sense
Tavis Smiley
28 Tue
Wealthtrack
Tavis Smiley
Independent Lens
Night of the
Proms
Night of the
Proms
50s & 60s Party Songs (My Music)
Sky Island
Charlie Rose
Austin City Limits: Jack White
Mr. Selfridge: Season 3, Episode 5
Masterpiece: Wolf Hall, Pt. 4
Austin City Limits: Jack White
The Day the 60s Died
Dick Cavett’s Vietnam
Charlie Rose
American Experience: Last Days in Vietnam
Charlie Rose
29 Wed Economic Outlook
Tavis Smiley
Wing and a Prayer
Edgar Payne: The Scenic Journey
Charlie Rose
30 Thu
Tavis Smiley
What’s Cookin’ in China?
Antiques Roadshow: Santa Clara
Charlie Rose
Exp. Michiana
17
34.2
34.1
Weekdays–March/April
6:00 am
Body Electric
6:30 am
Arthur
7:00 am
Odd Squad
7:30 am
Wild Kratts
8:00 am
Curious George
8:30 am
Curious George
9:00 am
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
9:30 am
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
10:00 am
Sesame Street
11:00 am
Dinosaur Train
11:30 am
Dinosaur Train
Noon
Peg + Cat
12:30 pm
Peg + Cat
1:00 pm
Super Why!
1:30 pm
Thomas & Friends
2:00 pm
Sesame Street
2:30 pm
Cat in the Hat
3:00 pm
Curious George
3:30 pm
Curious George
4:00 pm
Arthur
4:30 pm
Odd Squad
5:00 pm
Wild Kratts
5:30 pm
BBC World News America
6:00 pm
PBS NewsHour
7:00 pm
Mon-Dinner & A Book
Tues-Economic Outlook
Wed-Outdoor Elements
Thu-Politically Speaking
Fri-Exp Mich
7:30 pm
Mon-Rick Steves’ Europe
Tues-Rick Steves’ Europe
Wed-Rick Steves’ Europe
Thu-Politically Speaking
Fri-Econ Outlook
6:00 am
Sit and Be Fit
6:30 am
Classical Stretch
7:00 am
Mon-Happy Yoga
Tues-Indian Flavors
Wed-Fly Tying
Thu-Jerry Yarnell
Fri-Aviators
7:30 am
Mon-Well Read
Tue-Mexico One Plate
Wed-American Woodshop
Thu-Best of Joy Painting
Fri-America’s Heartland
8:00 am
Mon-On Story
Tue-Cook’s Country
8:30 am
Mon-Under the Radar
Tue-Motorweek
9:00 am
Mon-Native Report
11:30 am
Mon-Beyond Geek
Tues-Ultimate Restorations
Wed-Classical Stretch
Thu-Martin Yan
Fri-Happy Yoga
Wed-Fit 2 Stitch
Thu-Taste of History
Fri-Start Up
Thu-The Jazzy Vegetarian
Fri-On Story
Rick Steves’ Europe
Mon-Journeys In Africa
Tues-Growing Greener Wrld
Wed-Under The Radar
Mon-Globe Trekker
Tues-This Old House Hour
Wed-History Detectives
2:00 pm
Mon-Aviators
Tues-American Woodshop
Wed-Best of Painting
Thu-Hubert Keller
2:30 pm
Mon-Roadtrip Nation
Tues-Woodsmith Shop
Wed-Jerry Yarnell
Thu-Mex One Plate Time
1:00 pm
1:30 pm
Fri-Globe Trekker
Democracy Now!
11:00 am
Noon
Thu-Sarah’s Meals
Fri-Well Read
Thu-Food Forward
Fri-Sun Studio Sessions
Fri-Austin City Limits
3:00 pm
Mon-Mineral Explorer
Tues-Rough Cut
Wed-Photo Adventures
Thu-Cook’s Country
3:30 pm
Mon-America’s Heartland
Tues-Garden Smart
Wed-Simply Painting
Thu-America's Test Kitch
Fri-Live From
The Artist’s Den
Tues-VP
Wed-VP
Thur-VP
Fri-VP
Tues-VP
Wed-VP
Thur-VP
Fri-VP
Tues-VP
Wed-VP
Thur-VP
Fri-VP
4:00 pm
4:30 pm
5:00 pm
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Thu-Fit 2 Stitch
Charlie Rose
10:00 am
12:30 pm
Wed-This Old House Hour
Thu-Photo Adventures
Mon-Inside IN Business
Mon-TBA
6:00 pm
Newsline
6:30 pm
Nightly Business Report
7:00 pm
PBS NewsHour
Weekends – March/April
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
6:00 am
Michigan Out-of-Doors
Curious George
6:00 am
Barney & Friends
Sid the Science Kid
6:30 am
The Best of Joy of Painting
The Cat in the Hat
6:30 am
Angelina Ballerina
Peg + Cat
7:00 am
Quilting Arts
Peg + Cat
7:00 am
Curious George
Curious George
7:30 am
Fons & Porter
Dinosaur Train
7:30 am
Curious George
Curious George
8:00 am
Sewing With Nancy
Cyberchase
8:00 am
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
8:30 am
Sew It All
Biz Kids
8:30 am
Maya & Miguel
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
9:00 am
It's Sew Easy
Outdoor Elements
9:00 am
Sesame Street
Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood
9:30 am
Knitting Daily
Indiana Lawmakers
9:30 am
Word World
Dinosaur Train
10:00 am
Lidia's Kitchen
10:00 am
Thomas & Friends
Dinosaur Train
10:30 am
Dinner & A Book
10:30 am
Bob the Builder
11:00 am
Moveable Feast
Off the Record
11:00 am
11:30 am
America’s Test Kitchen
Indiana Week in Review
11:30 am
Noon
Martha’s Cooking School
Washington Week
Noon
In Julia’s Kitchen
1001 Nights
12:30 pm
Martha Bakes
Economic Outlook
12:30 pm
Victory Garden
Arthur
1:00 pm
Victory Garden
McLaughlin Group
1:00 pm
1:30 pm
P. Allen Smith’s Garden Table
To The Contrary
1:30 pm
2:00 pm
This Old House
2:30 pm
Hometime
3:00 pm
Woodsmith’s Shop
3:30 pm
Woodwright’s Shop
4:00 pm
Nature
5:00 pm
6:00 pm
7:00 pm
INside Indiana Business
Peg + Cat
Zula Patrol
This Old House Hour
Scigirls
Cyberchase
This Old House
Washington Week
2:00 pm
Ask This Old House
Charlie Rose
2:30 pm
Hometime
To The Contrary
3:00 pm
Woodwright’s Shop
Great Decisions
3:30 pm
Motorweek
Mind of a Chef
VP
4:00 pm
Martha’s Cooking School
A Chef’s Life
PBS NewsHour/Exp Michiana
PBS NewsHour/Charlie Rose
5:00 pm
Martha Bakes
Martha’s Cooking School
Classic Gospel
VP
6:00 pm
History Detectives
PBS NewsHour Wknd/Wash. Wk
Lawrence Welk
Father Brown
7:00 pm
PBS NewsHour/Charlie Rose
VP
Politically Speaking
VP
March Daytime Weekend Pledge Programming 34.1
Sunday, March 1
Sunday, March 8
Sunday, March 15
3:00pm
3:00pm
3:30pm
4:00pm
6:00pm
3:00pm
4:30pm
6:00pm
7:30pm
4:00pm
6:00pm
Aging Backwards with Miranda
Esmond-White
Deepak Chopra: The Future of God
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey,
Season 5, Pt. 8
Saturday, March 7
7:00am
Aging Backwards with Miranda
Esmonde-White
8:00am Deepak Chopra: The Future of God
10:00am Aging Backwards With Miranda
Esmond-White
11:00am The Fear Cure with Lissa Rankin, MD
12:30pm Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen, MD
and Tana Amen, RN
2:30pm Suze Orman: Financial Solutions for You
4:30pm Lawrence Welk’s TV Treasures
6:30pm The Texas Tenors – You Should Dream
Ed Slott’s Retirement Road Map
The Fear Cure with Lissa Rankin, MD
Magic Moments: Best of 50s Pop
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey,
Season 5, Pt. 9
Italian Americans, Pt. 1
Italian Americans, Pt. 2
Italian Americans, Pt. 3
Italian Americans, Pt. 4
Saturday, March 14
7:00am
9:00am
Suze Orman: Financial Solutions for You
Skinny Gut, Vibrant You with
Brenda Watson
11:00am Healing ADD with Dr. Daniel Amen, MD
and Tana Amen, RN
1:00pm 30 Days to a Younger Heart with
Dr. Steven Masley
2:30pm Aging Backwards with Miranda
Esmonde-White
3:30pm Brain Change with Dr. David
Perlmutter
5:00pm Suze Orman: Financial Solutions for You
7:00pm 50 Years with Peter, Paul and Mary
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Overnight Programs
March
Special pledge programming on 34.1 only shown in purple.
Sunday 1
Midnight
1:00 am
2:30 am
4:30 am
Motown 25
Bee Gees One Night
Motown 25
Dr. Christiane Northrup
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
Suze Orman’s Financial
Aging Backwards
Future of God
Suze Orman’s Financial
Midnight
2:00 am
3:30 am
5:00 am
Motown 25
Judy Collins
Joe Bonamassa
Aging Backwards
Monday 2
Tuesday 3
Wednesday 4
Midnight
1:00 am
2:30 am
4:00 am
Bee Gees: One Night
Celtic Woman
30 Days Younger Heart
Healing ADD
Midnight
12:30am
2:30 am
4:00 am
This is Your Do-Over
Suze Orman’s Financial
John Denver
Future of God
Midnight
12:30am
2:30 am
4:00 am
Thursday 5
Friday 6
30 Days Younger Heart
Healing ADD
Bee Gees: One Night
Ed Slott’s Retirement
Saturday 7
Midnight Skinny Gut, Vibrant You
2:00 am Suze Orman’s Financial
4:00 am Motown 25
20
Sunday 8
Midnight
1:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 pm
Bala Brothers
Aging Backwards
Future of God
Transatlantic
Midnight
1:00 am
2:30 am
4:00 am
Joe Bonamassa
Bala Brothers
Celtic Women
50 Years with PPM
Monday 9
Midnight
1:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Midnight
12:30am
2:00 am
4:00 am
Midnight
1:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
Tuesday 10
Dr. Christiane Northrup
Suze Orman’s Financial
Healing ADD
Aging Backwards
Wednesday 11
Aging Backwards
This is Your Do-Over
Ed Slott’s Retirement
My Yearbook 1960-63
Thursday 12
30 Days Younger Heart
Skinny Gut, Vibrant You
Dr. Christiane Northrup
Fast Metabolism
Friday 13
Midnight Healing ADD
2:00 am Magic Moments
4:00 am Suze Orman’s Financial
Saturday 14
Midnight
1:00 am
2:30 am
4:00 am
This is Your Do-Over
30 Days Younger Heart
Bee Gees One Night
Healing ADD
Midnight
1:00 am
2:30 am
4:00 am
Aging Backwards
Fast Metabolism
Zoltan Maga
Suze Orman’s Financial
Sunday 15
Monday 16
Midnight Future of God
2:00 am Healing ADD
4:00 am Skinny Gut, Vibrant You
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:30 am
Tuesday 17
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Mr. Selfridge, Pt. 4
Mr. Selfridge, Pt. 5
Mr. Selfridge, Pt. 6
Mr. Selfridge, Pt. 7
Wednesday 18
Tavis Smiley
180 Days Hartsville
180 Days Hartsville
Frontline
Independent Lens
Antiques Roadshow
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Thursday 19
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Attenborough
NOVA: Incredible Journey
Rise of Black Pharaohs
180 Days Hartsville
180 Days Hartsville
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Ireland’s River
NOVA: The Bible
James Baker
PBS Drama Preview
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House Hour
Independent Lens
NOVA: The Bible
Saturday 21
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Great Performances
Antiques Roadshow
This Old House Hour
Sunday 22
Midnight
1:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Nature: Ireland’s River
NOVA: The Bible
Frontline
Independent Lens
Washington Week
Charlie Rose: The Week
Monday 23
Midnight
1:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
Call the Midwife
Mr. Selfridge
Great Performances
Call the Midwife
Tuesday 24
Midnight
1:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Cancer
Call the Midwife
Mr. Selfridge
Friday 20
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House Hour
180 Days Hartsville
180 Days Hartsville
Nature: Attenborough
NOVA: Incredible Journey
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
American Masters
Rise of Black Pharaohs
This Old House Hour
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Nature: Attenborough
NOVA: Incredible Journey
Frontline
Independent Lens
Antiques Roadshow
Washington Week
Charlie Rose
Midnight
1:00 am
3:00 am
5:00 am
PBS Drama Preview
Mr. Selfridge, Pt, 8
American Masters
Rise of Black Pharaohs
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
3:30 am
4:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
PBS Drama Preview
PBS Drama Preview
Mr. Selfridge, Pt. 8
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Thursday 26
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:30 am
Wednesday 25
Tavis Smiley
PBS Drama Preview
James Baker
Frontline
Independent Lens
Antiques Roadshow
Friday 27
Saturday 28
Sunday 29
Monday 30
Tuesday 31
NBR = Nightly Business Report
Overnight Programs
April
Wednesday 1
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Twice Born
Cancer, Pt. 2
Cancer, Pt. 1
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Nova: Alien Planets
Cancer, Pt. 3
Cancer, Pt. 2
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:30 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House
RX: Quiet Revolution
Mustang
Nature: Eel
Nova: Alien Planets
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose: The Week
Live Lincoln Center
Great Performances
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Nature’s Guide
Nova: Emperor’s Ghost
Nazi Mega Weapons
Twice Born
National Mall
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House
Twice Born
National Mall
Nature: Nature’s Guide
Nova: Emperor’s Ghost
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: The Week
Live Lincoln Center
International Jazz Day
Nazi Mega Weapons
This Old House
Sunday 5
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Nature: Nature’s Guide
Nova: Emperor’s Ghost
Frontline
Independent Lens
Emery Blagdon
Washington Week
Charlie Rose: The Week
Monday 6
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Call the Midwife
Mr. Selfridge
Wolf Hall
Live Lincoln Center
National Mall
Twice Born
Tuesday 7
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
Call the Midwife
Mr. Selfridge
Wolf Hall
Thursday 2
Friday 3
Saturday 4
12:00 am Nature: Eel
1:00 am Nova: Alien Planets
2:00 am Twice Born
3:00 am RX: Quiet Revolution
4:30 am Mustang
5:00 am Washington Week
5:30 am Charlie Rose: The Week
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Thursday 9
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Call the Midwife
Mr. Selfridge
Wolf Hall
Live Lincoln Center
Great Performances
Twice Born
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow
Call the Midwife
Mr. Selfridge
Wolf Hall
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 pm
5:30 pm
Tavis Smiley
Twice Born
National Mall
Frontline
Independent Lens
Emery Blagdon
Wednesday 8
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Friday 17
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House
American Masters
Twice Born
Nature: Nature’s Guide
Nova: Great Math
Saturday 11
Midnight
1:00 am
1:30 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Washington Week
Charlie Rose: The Week
American Masters
Voces on PBS
Katmai
This Old House
Sunday 12
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Nature: Nature’s Guide
Nova: Great Math
Frontline
Independent Lens
American Masters
Washington Week
Charlie Rose: The Week
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Call the Midwife
Mr. Selfridge
Wolf Hall
Kamikaze
Escape From Nazi
Twice Born
Friday 10
Monday 13
Tuesday 14
Sunday 19
Monday 20
Tuesday 21
Midnight Tavis Smiley
12:30 am Tavis Smiley
1:00 am Antiques Roadshow
2:00 am Antiques Roadshow
3:00 am Call the Midwife
4:00 am Mr. Selfridge
5:00 am Wolf Hall
Wednesday 15
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:30 am
Thursday 16
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Twice Born
Escape From Nazi
Frontline
Independent Lens
Antiques Roadshow
Saturday 18
Wednesday 22
Tavis Smiley
Inside Court Henry VIII
My Lai
Frontline
Independent Lens
Sky Island
Thursday 23
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Nature’s Guide
Nova: Hubble’s 25th
Nazi Mega Weapons
My Lai
Inside Court Henry VIII
Friday 24
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
This Old House
Inside Court Henry VIII
My Lai
Nature: Nature’s Guide
Nova: Hubble’s 25th
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: The Week
America’s Ballroom
Voces on PBS
My Lai
This Old House
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:30 am
5:00 am
5:30 am
Nature: Nature’s Guide
Nova: Hubble’s 25th
Frontline
Independent Lens
Sky Island
Washington Week
Charlie Rose: The Week
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Call the Midwife
Mr. Selfridge
Wolf Hall
Inside Court Henry VIII
Voces on PBS
America’s Ballroom
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
3:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Tavis Smiley
Antiques Roadshow
Day 60s Died
Call the Midwife
Mr. Selfridge
Wolf Hall
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
5:00 am
Midnight
1:00 am
2:00 am
4:00 am
Saturday 25
Sunday 26
Monday 27
Tuesday 28
Wednesday 29
Tavis Smiley
The Draft
Last Days of Vietnam
Day 60s Died
Dick Cavett’s Vietnam
Thursday 30
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Mystery Monkey
Nova: Dawn of Human
Last Days of Vietnam
NBR = Nightly Business Report
Tavis Smiley
Nature: Nature’s Guide
Nova: Great Math
Kamikaze
Twice Born
Antiques Roadshow
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Membership
Corner
March 2015 Spring
Membership Campaign
WNIT’s Spring Membership Campaign begins Friday, February
27 and runs through Sunday, March 15. Our on-air Membership
Campaigns remain the most effective way of encouraging viewers
to join the WNIT family of supporters. While these drives
represent less than two percent of our annual broadcast hours,
they do provide WNIT with the majority of revenue required
to purchase and produce the regular and local programming
enjoyed by everyone throughout northern Indiana and
southwestern Michigan.
So get ready to experience an interesting and informative line-up
of special programs for the entire family. And be sure to tell your
family and friends why you think supporting WNIT is important.
It’s Viewers Like You who make a real difference to everyone in
our community.
Thank you for supporting WNIT!
WNIT eNews
The WNIT eNewsletter is a great way to stay on top of all the
latest WNIT news. If you are interested in receiving these monthly
updates simply send us an email and let us know. If you have
provided your email address in the past and still aren’t receiving
any email communication from WNIT, you can let us know that
by email as well. Just send us your name and address and we will
update your account immediately. Your privacy is important to us.
WNIT does not sell your email address to any other organization
or business. Contact us at: [email protected]
WNIT BOX OFFICE
The Texas Tenors
Return to Michiana!
The Texas Tenors are back, Sunday, May 17 and WNIT has your
opportunity to meet them and get prime seats for their concert at
The Lerner Theatre in Elkhart. Come and experience the talents
of Marcus, JC and John as they smoothly blend country, classical,
gospel and Broadway with a dedicated touch of humor and charm.
For meet & greet and ticket info or to get tickets now, call
574-675-9648 or go to wnit.org.
In Memoriam
James N. Bieneman
Jane Warner
WNIT would like to honor the memory of James N. Bieneman,
who passed on January 31, 2015. Jim was very supportive
of the WNIT Directors’ Circle and a great family man and
friend. He was a lifelong summer resident on Diamond Lake in
Cassopolis, MI and a man of many interests including sailing,
hiking, competitive squash, golf and biking. WNIT extends its
condolences to the family and is honored to have known Jim and
benefitted from his support.
WNIT was saddened at the passing of founding board member
Jane (Mrs. E. Blair) Warner. Jane worked tirelessly to help
establish WNIT Public Television and her spirit of creativity,
energy and great fun helped make WNIT the station it is today.
We are grateful for all she did over 40 years ago to launch public
television in Michiana, and for the lasting effects her legacy will
continue to have on this station and the Michiana community.
WNIT extends its deepest condolences to the entire Warner
family and its most sincere thanks for all she has done.
Dr. Dane Miller
WNIT lost a great friend, supporter and advocate for Public
Television with the passing of Dr. Dane Miller on February 10,
2015. Throughout the years Dr. Dane and Mary Louise have been
instrumental in making WNIT what it is today. WNIT sends its
deepest condolences to Mary Louise and the entire Miller family.
We are honored to have known him and felt the love, support and
generosity that he provided this station and community for many,
many years.
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Production News
American Experience
Presents Academy Award®
Nominated Documentary
Last Days in Vietnam
During the chaotic final days of the American involvement in the
Vietnam War, as the North Vietnamese Army closed in on Saigon,
South Vietnamese resistance crumbled. City after city and village after
village fell to the North while the U.S. diplomats and military operatives still in the country contemplated withdrawal. With the lives of
thousands of South Vietnamese hanging in the balance, those in control faced an impossible decision—who would go and who would be
left behind to face brutality, imprisonment, or even death. At the risk
of their careers and possible court-martial, a handful of individuals
took matters into their own hands. Engaging in unsanctioned and often makeshift operations, they waged a desperate effort to evacuate as
many South Vietnamese as possible.
Last Days in Vietnam premieres Tuesday, April 28th at 9pm
on WNIT.
New Ken Burns Film,
Cancer: The Emperor
of All Maladies
to Air March 30-April 1
Cancer: The Emperor Of All Maladies tells the comprehensive story
of cancer, from its first description in an ancient Egyptian scroll to
the gleaming laboratories of modern research institutions. At six
hours, the film interweaves a sweeping historical narrative with intimate stories about contemporary patients, and an investigation into
the latest scientific breakthroughs that may have brought us, at long
last, within sight of lasting cures. Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning
book The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer by Siddhartha Mukherjee, M.D., this three-part major television event artfully
weaves three different films in one: a riveting historical documentary;
an engrossing and intimate vérité film; and a scientific and investigative report.
Watch Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies March 30April 1 on WNIT.
WNIT and the
University of Notre Dame
Form New Partnership!
WNIT is proud to announce a newly formed partnership with the
University of Notre Dame. New technology between both WNIT
and Notre Dame has allowed both entities the opportunity to share
and provide, between one another, new programs to Michiana area
residents. Greg Giczi, President & General Manager of WNIT said,
“WNIT is excited by this new interconnection between the University of Notre Dame and the WNIT Center for Public Media. This
fiber optic link and partnership with WNIT will allow the University
to extend its rich educational and cultural programs beyond a campus
auditorium to all of Michiana. As we take these initial small steps we
look forward to expanded offerings.”
If you would like to receive program updates and new information
on this partnership please send your email address to [email protected]
THINK YOU HAVE
THE TALENT?
WE’LL BE THE JUDGE OF THAT.
SHOW US WHAT YOU’VE GOT.
The curtain is rising on Season 3 of the area’s premiere talent contest – Michiana’s Rising
Star. WNIT is currently reviewing audition tapes to determine who will be invited to one of
four regional competitions this spring. Want to be considered? Here’s all you have to do:
GO TO WNIT.ORG/RISINGSTAR
DOWNLOAD AN AUDITION REQUEST AND FILL OUT THE FORM
SUBMIT YOUR AUDITION VIDEO VIA DVD OR OUR WEBSITE LINK
Entering is that easy. But hurry. Deadline to receive all entries is
March 28. We’re going to find Michiana’s next rising star.
Who knows? It could be you!
or go to wnit.org/risingstar
”I’m helping
to give someone that
I’ll never meet the
opportunity to be as
successful as I’ve been.”
Ed Mapp believes that PBS opens
new worlds for everyone. That’s
why he’s included PBS in his will.
If you are planning to include
charitable interests in your plan,
please consider making WNIT part
of your lasting legacy.
Find out how you can plan a gift
Contact Joanne Schloss at 574.675.9648 ext. 311 or [email protected]
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SEMESTERS BEGIN IN MARCH AND SEPTEMBER
Special Celebration Dinner April 30, 2015
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
www.foreverlearninginstitute.org,
[email protected],
(574)282-1901
Check website for classes offered
during the present semester.
estled among three institutions of higher
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is a senior living community unlike anything
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Call (574) 251-2235 today for more
information and to schedule a tour
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Holy Cross Village is a continuing care retirement community, sponsored
by the Brothers of Holy Cross, with a tradition of caring, compassion
and trust. Holy Cross Village welcomes people of all faiths.
Enroll Your Kids
or Grandkids in
WNIT Kids Club
Each contributing household will receive:
• A one-year subscription to the Planner, WNIT’s bimonthly
program guide
• WNIT’s monthly e-Newsletter
• Email notification of free or discounted ticket offers for area
children’s performances
Each child or grandchild enrolled will receive:
• A WNIT Kids Club backpack with a variety of PBS® children’s items and
activity sheets as well as an age-appropriate book from Better World Books
• A welcome folder for parents featuring information, references and ideas to help
children learn and grow
• A coupon for a personal pizza from Papa John’s
For their birthday, each child or grandchild will receive:
• A special on-air birthday greeting during their birthday month and listing
in the Planner
• A personalized birthday postcard
• An age-appropriate book from Better World Books
• A coupon for a free 8” single layer cake from Dainty Maid Bake Shop
WNIT Kids Club members and their families also receive free admission to the
annual WNIT Kids Day in the Park held during the summer at an area park facility.
Families enjoy fun-filled games and activities and children can have their photo taken
with a PBS children’s personality such as Clifford, The Cat in the Hat, or Super Why!
Basic WNIT Kids Club memberships are $50 per year for all kids or grandkids in your
immediate family. All renewing WNIT Kids Club members receive a special thank you gift
and coupon for a personal pizza from Papa John’s.
Joining is easy! To enroll your children or grandchildren call the Kids Club team at 574-675-9648,
Ext. 311 or go to wnit.org.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO
WNIT KIDS CLUB MEMBERS!
NAME
Ellie Apotheker
Merlin Bellinger
Gabriel Birdie
Tommy Borjas
David Borjas
Za’niyah Burton
Molly Renay Cummins
Troy Cutter
Owen Durham
Isaac Free
Evan Lacourt
Micah Peterson
Nathan Peterson
AGE
5
7
7
6
3
2
2
11
6
8
7
10
12
NAME
Rosalinda Powell
Myra Schrock
Aidan Shaul
Myles Slott
Theodore Slott
Zoe Slott
Everett Smith
Joshton Szczepanski
Liam Wagner
Isaiah White-Stevens
Mason Willis
Anthony Wood
AGE
4
10
4
4
4
2
5
11
8
11
7
5
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30 YEARS
Linda and William Meyer
25 YEARS
Cindy Baumgartner
David M. Betson
Roger Bock
Eva and Wayne Brewer
Curtis A. Brown
Anita Devendorf
Patricia Devolder
Chester and Shirley Gut
Mary E. Hission
Rosemarie Jorgeson
Joseph and Maggie Kernan
John and Patricia Killeen
Kirsten Klassen
Michael and Karen Lemmon
Ray and Marguerite Manley
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Medow
James and Sylvia Miller
Merlene A. Ogden
James and Nancy Olson
Marian O’Neil
Ms. Alice Osberger
Patricia Smith
Rosemary and David Spalding
William and Norma Spencer
Glenn and Linda Starr
Dorothy and Terry Tompkins
Dennis Tushla
Mrs. Theresa Veldman
20 YEARS
Don and Sally Baldwin
Robert and Elizabeth Chew
Beverly J. Cloud
Darwin and Katherine Enders
John Farrell
Mrs. Thomas Gurr
Robert and Cheryl Hastings
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hodgson
Philip Huff
Larry and Mary Jane Kegerreis
Kay Kirwan
Kendall Krause
James and Patricia Linn
Patricia Nemeth
Dorothy Niebling
Agnes and Wayne E. Schertz
Ms. Violet Seiwert
Susan Stout
Edward and Mary Swartzendruber
Bill Wagoner
Mr. and Mrs. Art Zielinski
Gail Hackensmith
Maclin Hall
Denise and Angel Hernandez
Eugene Holewinski
Mike and Mary Ellen Huszar
Wilma Jensen
Ms. Marjorie Jensen
Rebecca Larkin
Robin and Tamara Lewis
Andrew L. McCaskey
Robert and Sue Pletcher
Carol S. Rappe
Mark H. Ratliff
Joyce and George Schuur
Susan and Kevin Smyth
15 YEARS
5 YEARS
Betty Bessinger
Catherine and David Butts
Lillian Casten
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cichon
Larry Demeyer
Joan and Oliver Griffith
Joel and Christine Lehmann
Ms. Sherry Mason
Henrietta McCaul
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Miller
Ms. Sarah Nelson
Paul Rupp
Mark Rzepnicki
Mr. John Tomlonson
Alvin and Emily Wetter
Donita and Robert Wheeler
10 YEARS
Nancy Beadles
Larry and Judith Beehler
Phyllis Campbell
Laura and David Coyne
Mr. Phillip Dunn
Hilda Aplin
Julie Arnott
Sharon Baker
Lee and Corinne Blakemore
Lois Bridegroom
John and Kathleen Coriden
Rosemary Davidson
Kathleen Demsky
Bill and Pat Eustice
Edith Fessler
Lori Goodline
Richard and Judith Gottwald
David and Carrie Grellmann
Helga and Fred Helling
Marcina and William Hoge
Glenda Huffman
Mona Johnson and Phillip Rice
Patricia Collins Jones
Barbara Jung
Marie Kazmierzak
Twyla Kendrick
Ralph and Priscilla Kinney
Jacqueline Kinsman
Thomas Mailloux
Elva and Jean Mast
Charles and Joyce Ann McCoy
Peter McFarland
B. John Mix Jr.
Tammy Sue Moore
Wayne and Ina Moore
Kevin and Anita Morrison
John Mummert
Diane Musgrave
Carrie Nolan
John and Janice O’Leary
Richard Opperman
Michael and Amy Phend
Bill Piggot
Mike and Kristin Schrock
Roberta Sibley
Rowene Sibley
Delores Smith
Rick and Kathy Stiffney
Kalia Sumner
Ronald Swanson
Ron Szczepanski
Albin and Barbara Szewczyk
Elaine Wakefield
Wayne and Judith Wireman
Samuel Wolfe
Patricia Wright
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Wnit
Supporters
1st Source Bank
Antiques Roadshow
BBC World News
Holiday Programming
Inside INdiana Business
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
Masterpiece Mystery
McLaughlin Group
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
NOVA
PBS NewsHour
32 Pearls Family Dentistry
Children’s Programming
Adam’s Cake Shop
Miscellaneous Programming
AEP / Indiana Michigan Power
Business Programming
Aladdin’s Eatery
Miscellaneous Programming
Alick’s Home Medical
Antiques Roadshow
African American History
& Heroes
Holiday Programming
Lawrence Welk
AlphaGraphics
State Marching Band Finals
Ameriwood Industries
Our Town: Dowagiac
The Arthur J. Decio Foundation
Sesame Street
Barnes & Thornburg
Business Programming
Bart’s Water Sports
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Basney BMW
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
Bike the Bend
Miscellaneous Programming
Borgess-Lee Memorial Hospital
Our Town: Dowagiac
Boy Scouts of America LaSalle
Council
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Buttons & Bows
Children’s Programming
Carmela’s at Macri’s
Miscellaneous Programming
Caruso’s Candy & Soda Fountain
Our Town: Dowagiac
Casper’s Coin & Jewelry
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
C.E. Lee Decorating Center
Hometime
This Old House
Center for Hospice Care
African American History
& Heroes
Antiques Roadshow
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
Miscellaneous Programming
Centier Bank
BBC World News
Money Sense
Nightly Business Report
PBS NewsHour
Charles S. Hayes, Inc.
Children’s Programming
City of Elkhart
African American History
& Heroes
City of Mishawaka
African American History
& Heroes
Commodore Homes
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
Community Foundation of St. Joseph
County
Experience Michiana
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
Cosimo & Susie’s A Bit of Italy
Italian Cooking Programming
Covering Kids & Families
Children’s Programming
D & W Inc.
Business Programming
DeBartolo Performing Arts Center
Children’s Programming
Miscellaneous Programming
Dr. Dane & Mary Louise Miller
Foundation
Dinner & A Book
Experience Michiana
History Detectives
Inside INdiana Business
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
Nightly Business Report
Doors & Drawers
Great British Baking Show
Dowagiac Area Federal Credit Union
Our Town: Dowagiac
Dowagiac Dogwood Fine Arts
Festival
Daytime Programming
Dowagiac Union Schools
Our Town: Dowagiac
Early Childhood Development
Center, Inc.
Children’s Programming
Great British Baking Show
Elkhart Child Development Center
Children’s Programming
Elkhart Civic Theater
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Elkhart County Symphony
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
PBS Newshour
Fairhaven Obstetrics & Gynecology
Call the Midwife
Family Dental Health
Children’s Programming
Miscellaneous Programming
Florence V. Carroll Charitable Trust
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
Foundations Child Care Center
Children’s Programming
Friends School and Day Care
Children’s Programming
Gene’s Camera Store
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
The Gibson Foundation
Antiques Roadshow
Gibson
Antiques Roadshow
Steven A. Goldberg, CPA
African American History
& Heroes
Miscellaneous Programming
Washington Week
Goodwill Industries
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Goshen Birth Center
Call the Midwife
Graham Allen Partners
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
GreenTown Michiana
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Growing Kids Learning Centers
Children’s Programming
Gymnastics Michiana
Children’s Programming
Hales True Value Hardware
Our Town: Dowagiac
Ham-sters / Somewhere in Time
Our Town: Dowagiac
Hawkins Water Tech
Great British Baking Show
HealthLinc
Children’s Programming
Hearth & Home
Home Improvement
Programming
Heritage Point.
Miscellaneous Programming
Heritage Square.
Daytime & Children’s
Programming
Homan Lumber Mart
Hometime
Hoosier Trophies
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
House of Stitches
Miscellaneous Programming
Hovenkamp’s Produce
Children’s Programming
Cooking Programming
Indiana Affiliate of American College
of Nurse Midwives
Call the Midwife
Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations
Children’s Programming
Indiana Trust & Investment Company
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
IU Health Goshen
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
IU Health Goshen Center for
Cancer Care
Cancer: The Emperor
of All Maladies
IU Health Goshen Heart &
Vascular Center
Miscellaneous Programming
IUSB Ernestine M. Raclin School
of the Arts
Miscellaneous Programming
Jordan Automotive
Miscellaneous Programming
Judd Lumber Company
Our Town: Dowagiac
Judee’s LLC
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
Brian King, DDS
Children’s Programming
Kurt & Tessye Simon Fund for
Holocaust Remembrance
The Story of the Jews
Krasl Art Center
Miscellaneous Programming
Lake City Bank
Dinner & A Book
Economic Outlook
Experience Michiana
Outdoor Elements
Politically Speaking
Lake Michigan College –
Mendel Center
Children’s Programming
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
League of Women Voters of Indiana
Politically Speaking
Lexus of Mishawaka
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
Logan Community Resources, Inc.
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Lubeznik Center for the Arts
Miscellaneous Programming
Lyons Industries, Inc.
Our Town: Dowagiac
M. and S. Management Co., Inc.
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
Martin’s Super Markets
African American History
& Heroes
Nature
Matthews Real Estate
Our Town: Dowagiac
McDonald Physical Therapy & Sports
Rehabilitation Center
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
Michiana Eye Center
Miscellaneous Programming
Mid-City Supply
Hometime
Mishawaka Furniture
Women’s Programming
Mission Hills Memorial Chapel
Our Town: Dowagiac
Montessori Academy at Edison
Lakes
Great British Baking Show
Mossberg & Company Inc.
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
Musical Arts Indiana
Miscellaneous Programming
Northern Box
Antiques Roadshow
Notre Dame Federal Credit Union
Fischoff Competition
Nunemaker’s Coin Shop
Antiques Roadshow
Nyloncraft
Dinner & A Book
Economic Outlook
Experience Michiana
Outdoor Elements
Politically Speaking
Oaklawn Hospital
Classic Gospel
Miscellaneous Programming
Office Interiors, Inc.
High School Softball Game
Old Creamery Antiques
Antiques Roadshow
Pain Management Group
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Patchwork Dance Company
Miscellaneous Programming
Peacock & Company
Miscellaneous Programming
Pfeifer, Morgan & Stesiak Attorneys
At Law
Austin City Limits
African American History
& Heroes
Jack Horkheimer: Stargazer
Barb & John Phair
Miscellaneous Programming
Pike Lumber
Michigan Out-of-Doors
Pokagon Band of Potawatomi
Experience Michiana
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
Dr. Kelly Puster
Children’s Programming
ReMax Excellence – Barb Campbell
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
The Rex and Alice A Martin
Foundation
Dinner & A Book
River Bend Film Festival
Miscellaneous Programming
River Bend Hose
Motorweek
Saint Joseph Funeral Home
Great British Baking Show
Saint Joseph Regional Medical
Center
Experience Michiana
Salvation Army / Kroc Center
Miscellaneous Programming
SEMCO Energy
Our Town: Dowagiac
Sew Creative Threads
Sew It All
Sewing with Nancy
Snite Museum of Art
African American History
& Heroes
Great British Baking Show
Masterpiece Classic
South Bend-Elkhart Audobon Society
Outdoor Elements
South Bend Career Academy
Children’s Programming
Miscellaneous Programming
South Bend Civic Theatre
Miscellaneous Programming
South Bend Cubs
Children’s Programming
Miscellaneous Programming
South Bend Farmer’s Market
Miscellaneous Programming
South Bend Museum of Art
Miscellaneous Programming
South Bend Symphony Orchestra
Miscellaneous Programming
South Bend Tribune
Miscellaneous Programming
Southwest Michigan Symphony
Orchestra
Miscellaneous Programming
Southwestern Michigan College
Our Town: Dowagiac
St. Joseph County Chamber of
Commerce
Economic Outlook
Stanley Clark School
A Magical Session with Nathan
Gunn
Stitch ‘N Time Fabrics
Quilting Arts
Stone Soup Batiks
Miscellaneous Programming
Sweeney Julian Trial Attorneys
Austin City Limits
Politically Speaking
Teachers Credit Union
Biz Kids
Nightly Business Report
TCP Technologies
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
The Center at Donaldson
Great British Baking Show
The Dental Center
Children’s Programming
The Greater Elkhart Chamber of
Commerce
Economic Outlook
The Lerner Theatre
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
Miscellaneous Programming
The Looking Glass
Our Town: Dowagiac
The Medical Foundation
Ebola Preparedness
Frontline
Sesame Street
The Orchards Mall
Michiana’s Rising Star 2014
The Quilting Loft
Sew It All
Fons & Porter Love of Quilting
Quilting Arts
Sewing with Nancy
The Village at Winona
Dinner & a Book
Experience Michiana
History Detectives
Inside INdiana Business
Nightly Business Report
Janet & Larry Thompson
A Magical Session with Nathan
Gunn
Treat’s Squire Shop
Miscellaneous Programming
Urban Adventure Games
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Van Horne Jewelers
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
Miscellaneous Programming
Visit South Bend / Mishawaka
Miscellaneous Programming
Wagon Wheel – Center for the Arts
Experience Michiana
Miscellaneous Day Time
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Warsaw Performing Arts Center
Miscellaneous Programming
Waterford Crossing
Masterpiece Classic:
Downton Abbey
Wolverine Mutual Insurance
Company
Our Town: Dowagiac
WoodsToBe Trees
Outdoor Elements
Wounded Minnow Restaurant
Our Town: Dowagiac
WVPE Public Radio
Miscellaneous Prime Time
Yellow Rose Florist
Children’s Programming
YMCA of Michiana
Miscellaneous Programming
Zolman Tire, Inc.
Children’s Programming
Miscellaneous Programming
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
Papa John’s
St. Joseph County Parks
Small Smiles of South Bend
Sylvester & Tessie Kaminski
Foundation
YMCA of Michiana
PROMOTIONAL SUPPORT
Alpha Graphics
Duley Press
Express Press
Mossberg & Company, Inc.
Rink Printing
GENERAL OPERATING GRANTS
1st Source WNIT Fund - CFSJC
WNIT Public Television Fund
– CFSJC
Information correct as of press
date. For a full listing of program
sponsors, please contact WNIT.
Supporter
Spotlight
Michael Kubacki
This month, WNIT shines the Supporter Spotlight on Michael Kubacki, Lake City Bank
Executive Chairman and long-time Directors’ Circle member. Michael has shown his commitment
to WNIT with his generous contributions as well as having served on the WNIT Board of Directors and
opening up his home along with his wife, Rebecca, to other Directors’ Circle members for various events.
WNIT would also like to congratulate Michael on being named “Indiana Business Leader of the Year” by the Indiana
Chamber of Commerce. During his 16 years as CEO, Lake City Bank increased its assets from $800 million to $3.2 billion.
Kubacki led a team that expanded efforts beyond its home of Warsaw by establishing regional centers in South Bend, Fort
Wayne and Indianapolis. He also introduced a formalized training program called Lake City University.
WNIT proudly salutes Michael Kubacki for his sustained support of WNIT and congratulates him on his recent honor.
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.
Ernestine M. Raclin
Welter Foundation
Gold Level ($2,500 +)
Anonymous (1)
Mr. and Mrs. Van E. Gates
Margaret and Albert Gutierrez
James W. and Sally F. Hubbard
Edward M. Jordanich
Glenn and Patty Killoren
Sara and Abraham Marcus
Carmi and Chris Murphy
Perry and Ida Reynolds
Watson III
Cari and Barry Shein
Ernest and Gerda Zeller
Silver Level ($1,000 +)
Steve and Nancy Ball
Barbara Clausen
Tom and Dot Corson
Promit and Monali Das
Katy and Tim Demarais
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
Connie Fulmer
Rodney and Carol Ganey
Van, Larry & Bill Gates and
Harry Shaffer Family
Dave and Ginny Gibson
Mary Beth and Greg Giczi
William and Leslie Gitlin
Mr. and Mrs. John Goebel, Jr.
Michael and Karen Harmon
Anne 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
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
Pat and Sue Ruszkowski
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
James and Carolyn Bieneman
Liz and Tom Borger
Brian and Jeannelle Brady
Edward and Carla Chester
Jack and Karen Cittadine
Thomas G. Coley, Ph. D.
Marianne Corr
Rosemary and Fred Crowe
Ann and Fred Dean
Mary Pat and Robert Deputy
Greg and Mary Downes
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
Maggie and Steve Goldberg
Margie and Paul Goldwin
Donald and Lynn Groenleer
Janice and Larry D. Harding
Denise and Angel Hernandez
Mary Suzanne Horan
Thomas and Eileen 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
Laurence and Barbara McHugh
Joann and Brian McMahon
Tom and Shari Mellin
Brad and Mickey Miller
Jeffrey Miller
Pat and Carol Moody
Kevin and Anita Morrison
Mary Naquin
Philip and Mary Newbold
Lida Thompson Norris
Michael and Amy Phend
Dr. Rob and Lee Riley
Fred and Chris Rowe
Judy and Bob Schmuhl
Robert and Jo Anne Sennett
Tom and Maria Slager
Sonja Smith
Carl 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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