Barry Manilow: Great Songs from the 70`s Vivere: Andrea

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Barry Manilow: Great Songs from the 70`s Vivere: Andrea
Barry Manilow:
Great Songs
from the 70’s
Mon, 3rd • 8pm
Vivere: Andrea
Bocelli, Live
in Tuscany
The Brain
Fitness
Program
Fri, 7th • 9pm
Sat, 1st • 2pm
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Good Night
with the
Sleep Doctor
Sat, 1st • 5pm
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The Brain Fitness Program
Saturday, Dec 1st • 2pm
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brains in better shape. THE BRAIN FITNESS
PROGRAM is based on neuro-plasticity, the ability of the
brain to change and adapt — even rewire itself. In the past
two years, a team of scientists has developed computerbased stimulus sets that drive beneficial chemical, physical
and functional changes in the brain. Dr. Michael Merzenich
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Saturday, Dec 1st • 5pm
Noted sleep expert Dr. Michael
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reserves and help viewers lose
weight and keep it off —
perhaps even take years off their
appearance.
Barry Manilow: Great
Songs from The 70s
Monday, Dec 3rd • 8pm
Barry Manilow’s music is synonymous with
the 70s. The legendary singer and songwriter
revisits that era — which his songs helped
define — in
BARRY
MANILOW:
SONGS
FROM THE
SEVENTIES.
Inspired by his
highly
anticipated
CD, The
Greatest Songs
of the Seventies,
the television
event features
Manilow performing his own hits, as well as
some of his favorites of the decade, and
sharing his personal experiences with the
audience at the Steiner Studios in Brooklyn,
New York, the city where he was born and
raised.
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Saturday,
Dec 1st
8pm
This program
includes
Bob Dylan
performances filmed by Academy Award-winning director
Murray Lerner at the Newport Folk Festival, 1963-1965,
capturing full performances of some of Dylan’s greatest
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Ain’t Me, Babe, Like a Rolling Stone. His 1963 and 1964
performances made him popular with the Newport crowd,
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response of cheers and boos. Dylan left the stage after only
three songs. Though he re-emerged and sang two acoustic
numbers, this shift marked his changing artistic direction as he
moved from leading contemporary songwriter of the folk
scene to rock ‘n’ roll star.
Vivere: Andrea Bocelli
Live in Tuscany
Friday, Dec 7th • 9pm
Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli grew up in Lajatico, a rural village
in Tuscany, where his family still farms nearby. Last July, on the
slopes of his ancient hill town, a special theater was
constructed for a one-night-only concert of his greatest
popular hits, along with new songs performed to honor the
occasion. Some famous musical friends dropped by, and the
magical result is VIVERE: ANDREA BOCELLI LIVE
IN TUSCANY.
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Creative Life
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December 23
December 30
Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art
Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art
Beads, Baubles, and Jewels
Creative Life
Beads, Baubles, and Jewels
Creative Life
Scrapbook Memories
Scrapbook Memories
Birth of Christ: A Christmas
Contata
MotorWeek
Next Generation of One Stroke
Painting with Donna Dewberry
Full Focus: Gees Bend Quilts
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Kiss Your Fat Goodbye by
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My Music: Doo Wop Love
Songs
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Great Performances: Vivere:
Andrea Bocelli Live in Tuscany
You on a Diet with Dr. Michael
Roizen
^
The Legendary Victor Borge
12/02:
12/09:
12/16:
12/23:
12/30:
Quiet Refuge, pt 4
Wild Flowers, pt 1
Wild Flowers, pt 2
Wild Flowers, pt 3
Wild Flowers, pt 4
Beads, Baubles
and Jewels
7:30am
Chris Botti: Live
12/02: Jewelry for Men
12/09: Diamonds, Semi Precious Stones
12/16: Trendy Earrings
12/23: Silver and Gold
12/30: Pins - The Newest Fashion
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9:00am
12/02: Pope John Paul ll: A Saint For
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12/09: David Bronza at Masada: The
Sunrise Concert
12/23: Birth of Christ
Specials
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Xavier: Missionary & Saint
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7:00am
Animusic 2
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12/09: Your Brain: A User’s Guide
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include quick and easy decorating
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locations, parks, outdoor picnics
and even tailgate parties. The
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filmed in a studio, showcase
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Nicholas DiNubile, PhD
12/23: Visons of
England
12/30: You On A Diet
with Dr. Michael
Roizen
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Saturday
1 December
6:30pm •The LegendaryVictor
Borge
8:00 • Bob Dylan: Live in
Newport
9:30 • Roy Orbison & Friends:
A Black & White Night
11:00 •Austin City Limits
12:00 • Soundstage: Jewel from
the Rialto SquareTheatre
pt 2
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Prime Time
Planner
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Sunday
2
6
4
7:00pm • Rick Steves’ Europe
7:30
• Classical Destinations
8:00
• Barry Manilow: Songs
From The 70s
9:30
• Johnny Cash: A Man &
His Vision (Pop/Rock)
10:30 • Johnny Cash: A Man &
His Vision (Country)
11:30 • Classical Destinations
12:00 • BBC World News
12:30 • European Journal
1:00am • Globe Trekker
7:00pm • Life Part 2
7:30
• My Music: Doo Wop
Love Songs
9:30
• Paul McCartney: The
Space Within Us
10:30 • Red Green Show
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBC World News
12:30 •Ask This Old House
1:00am • In The Life
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10
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7:00pm • Rick Steves’ Europe
7:30 • Classical Destinations
8:00 • Member’s Choice
10:00 • Member’s Choice
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBC World News
12:30 • European Journal
1:00am • Globe Trekker
7:00pm
7:30
8:00
10:00
11:00
12:00
12:30
1:00am
17
18
7:00pm • Johnny Cash: A Man &
His Vision (Pop/Rock)
8:00 • Johnny Cash: A Man &
His Vision (Country)
9:00 • Bob Dylan: Live in
Newport
10:30 • Roy Orbison & Friends:
A Black & White Night
12:00 • Full Focus
12:30 • Great Cars
1:00 • MotorWeek
1:30am • John McLaughlin’s
One on One
11:00 • Season’s Songs:The
Crane Candlelight
Concert
12:00 • Full Focus
12:30 • Great Cars
1:00 • MotorWeek
1:30am • John McLaughlin’s
One on One
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8:30
• My Music: Doo Wop
Love Songs
10:30 • Bob Dylan: Live in
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12:30 • Great Cars
1:00
• MotorWeek
1:30am • John McLaughlin’s One
on One
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& Fall of Islamic Spain
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11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBC World News
12:30 • European Journal
1:00am • Globe Trekker
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7:30
• Full Focus
8:00
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9:00
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9:30
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11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBC World News
12:30 • Ask This Old House
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6:00pm • Great Performances:
Vivere,Andrea Bocelli
Live in Tuscany
8:00 • Birth of Christ: A
Christmas Contata
9:30 • My Music: Doo Wop
Songs
11:30 • Holiday Train Show
with David Hartman
12:00 • Full Focus
12:30 • Great Cars
1:00 • MotorWeek
1:30am • John McLaughlin’s
One on One
6:00pm •Tonic Sol-Fa Christmas
7:30 • L.A. Holiday
Celebration
8:00 • Christmas with the
Mormon Tabernacle
Choir, Renee Fleming
9:00 • Season’s Songs:The
Crane Candlelight
10:00 • A Pops Holiday Party
11:00 • Candles & Carols
12:00 • O Come,All Ye Faithful:
Concordia College
Christmas Concert
1:00am • Holidays at Murray
State
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6:30pm • Chris Botti: Live
7:30 • Stevie Ray Vaughan Live:
Play Hard & Floor It!
9:00 • Great Performances:
Eric Clapton Crossroads
Guitar Festival, Chicago
11:30 • Mental Engineering
12:00 • Full Focus
12:30 • Great Cars
1:00 • MotorWeek
1:30am • John McLaughlin’s
One on One
• Life Part 2
• Full Focus
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• Member’s Choice
• Charlie Rose
• BBC World News
• Ask This Old House
•Antiques Roadshow:
Milwaukee,WI
7:00pm • Rick Steves’ Europe
7:30
• Classical Destinations
8:00
• Masterpiece Theatre:
The Amazing Mrs.
Pritchard
10:00 • Red Green Show
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBC World News
12:30 • European Journal
1:00am • Globe Trekker
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Faithful: Concordia
College Christmas
9:00
• Holidays at Murray
State
10:00 • Bethel University
Festival of Christmas
11:00 • Season’s Songs:The
Crane Candlelight
12:00 • Christmas with the
Mormon Tabernacle
Choir, Renee Fleming
1:00am • A Pops Holiday Party
Wednesday
5
7:00pm • John McLaughlin’s One
on One
7:30 • Real Simple
8:00 • Celtic Woman:A
Christmas Celebration
9:30 • Northern Lights: An
Evening with Sissel &
Friends
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBC World News
12:30 • Discovering Great
Towns: Kuujjuaq,
Nunuvik
1:00am • Nature: In The Valley of
the Wolves
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Friday
6
7
8
7:00pm
7:30
8:00
•This Old House
• Animusic 2
• Roy Orbison &
Friends:A Black &
White Night
9:30
• Bob Dylan: Live in
Newport
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBC World News
12:30 •American Consumer
1:00am • NOVA: Sputnik
Declassified
7:00pm
7:30
8:00
9:00
• Moneytrack
• To The Contrary
• Chris Botti: Live
• Great Performances:
Vivere: Andrea Bocelli
Live in Tuscany
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00am• Cities of Light:The
Rise & Fall of Islamic
Spain
7:30pm • Great Performances:
Eric Clapton Crossroads
Guitar Festival, Chicago
10:00 • Paul McCartney:The
Space Within Us
11:00 • Bob Dylan: Live in
Newport
12:30 • Austin City Limits:
Gretchen Wilson/
Miranda Lambert
1:30am • Last of the Summer Wine
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7:00pm • John McLaughlin’s
One on One
7:30 • Real Simple
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Orphans
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7:00pm • This Old House
7:30
• American Consumer
8:00
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Trial
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11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00am • NOVA: Judgment
Day: Intelligent Design
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7:00pm • John McLaughlin’s
One on One
7:30 • Real Simple
8:00 • Nature: The Beauty of
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9:00 • Wild Chronicles
9:30 • Roadtrip Nation
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11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBC World News
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1:00am •Nature:The Beauty of
Ugly
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7:00pm • John McLaughlin’s
One on One
7:30 • Real Simple
8:00 • Nature: From Orphan
to King
9:00 • Wild Chronicles
9:30 • Roadtrip Nation
10:00 • Red Green Show
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBCWorld News
12:30 • Discovering Great
Towns: Mont Tremblant,
Quebec
1:00am • Nature: From Orphan
to King
Saturday
7:00pm • Moneytrack
7:30
• To The Contrary
8:00
• Democracy Left
Behind
9:00
• Mystery! Malice
Aforethought
10:30 • Red Green Show
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBC World News
12:30am • Mystery! Malice
Aforethought
6:30pm • My Music: Doo Wop
Love Songs
8:30 • Celtic Woman:A
Christmas Celebration
10:00 • Northern Lights: An
Evening with Sissel &
Friends
11:30 •The Short List
12:00 •Austin City Limits:
Ladysmith Black Manbazo
1:00 •Tracks Ahead
1:30am • Last of the Summer Wine
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7:00pm
7:30
8:00
•This Old House
•American Consumer
• NOVA: Master of the
Killer Ants
9:00
• Frontline: Extraordinary Rendition
10:00 • Red Green Show
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBCWorld News
12:30 • American Consumer
1:00am • NOVA: Master of the
Killer Ants
7:00pm • Moneytrack
7:30
• To The Contrary
8:00
• Season’s Songs:The
Crane Candlelight
Concert
9:00
• Mystery! Malice
Aforethought
10:00 • Red Green Show
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBCWorld News
12:30 • To The Contrary
1:00am • Mystery! Malice
Aforethought
7:00pm • Roy Orbison & Friends:
A Black & White Night
8:30 • My Music: Doo Wop
Love Songs
10:30 • Bob Dylan: Live in
Newport
12:00 •Austin City Limits
1:00 •Tracks Ahead
1:30am • Last of the Summer Wine
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7:00pm
7:30
8:00
7:00pm • Moneytrack
7:30
• To The Contrary
8:00
• Cities of Light:The
Rise & Fall of Islamic
Spain
10:00 • Red Green Show
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBC World News
12:30am• Mystery! A War of
Nerves
7:00pm • Doctor Who
8:00 • Last of the Summer Wine
9:00 •Austin City Limits
10:00 • Soundstage: Mark
Knopfler & Emmylou
Harris
11:00 •The Short List
12:00 • Doctor Who
1:00 •Tracks Ahead
1:30am • Last of the Summer Wine
•This Old House
•American Consumer
• NOVA: Pocahontas
Revealed
9:00
• Frontline: On Our
Watch
10:00 • Red Green Show
11:00 • Charlie Rose
12:00 • BBCWorld News
12:30 • American Consumer
1:00am • NOVA: Pocahontas
Revealed
KBTC Holiday Programs on Tuesday, Dec 25th
• 7:00am
Cricket on
the Hearth
• 10:00am
Mr. Christmas
• 8:00am
Mr. Christmas
• 11:00am
Cricket on
the Hearth
• 9:00am
Once Upon a
Christmas
Cheery in the
Lab of Shakhashiri
• 12:00pm
Once Upon a
Christmas Cheery
in the Lab of
Shakhashiri
• 1:00pm
Holiday Train
Show with David
Hartman
• 3:30pm
Holiday Train
Show with
David Hartman
• 1:30pm
Tonic Sol-Fa
Christmas
• 4:00pm
Bethel University
Festival of Christmas
• 2:30pm
L.A. Holiday
Celebration
• 4:00pm
A Pops Holiday
Party
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• 6:00pm
Christmas with
the Morman
Tabernacle
Choir Featuring
Renee Fleming
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Weekdays - December
Time
7:00 am
Monday
(+) Tuesday
Wednesday
8:00 am
Miffy & Friends
WordWorld
Super Why
Seemore’s Playhouse
WordWorld
Super Why
Ribert & Robert’s Wonderworld
WordWorld
Super Why
8:30 am
Jakers: The Adventures of Pigglywinks
Jakers: The Adventures of Pigglywinks
Jakers: The Adventures of Pigglywinks
9:00 am
9:30 am
Sit And Be Fit
Sit And Be Fit
A Place of Our Own
Sit And Be Fit
A Place of Our Own
7:30 am
A Place of Our Own
Real Moms, Real Stories, Real Savvy Marriage Uncensored
Life Part 2
10:30 am
Teletubbies
Teletubbies
Teletubbies
11:00 am
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood
11:30 am
Between The Lions
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood
Between The Lions
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood
Between The Lions
12:00 pm
Sesame Street
Sesame Street
Sesame Street
^
^
12:30 pm
^
10:00 am
1:00 pm
Clifford The Big Red Dog
Clifford The Big Red Dog
1:30 pm
Jakers: The Adventures of Pigglywinks
Jakers: The Adventures of Pigglywinks
Jakers: The Adventures of Pigglywinks
2:00 pm
Clifford The Big Red Dog
Clifford The Big Red Dog
Clifford The Big Red Dog
FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman
Arthur
Cyberchase
Clifford’s Puppy Days
2:30 pm
FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman
FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman
3:00 pm
3:30 pm
Arthur
Arthur
Cyberchase
Maya & Miguel
Cyberchase
Maya & Miguel
Maya & Miguel
Dragon Tales
Curious George
Dragon Tales
Dragon Tales
Curious George
Curious George
It’s a Big Big World
It’s a Big Big World
6:00 pm
It’s a Big Big World
BBC World News
BBC World News
6:30 pm
European Journal
America’s Test Kitchen
BBC World News
Everyday Food
4:00 pm
4:30 pm
5:00 pm
5:30 pm
(+) Tuesday December 25th program listings appear on page 6 of the Prime Time Planner.
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AMERICAN CONSUMER provides viewers with the information they need
before they make important purchases,
whether it is the next family car, that long
awaited vacation or a new washer and dryer.
Consumer Reports, the venerable buying and
testing guide Americans have turned to for
decades, will provide their unimpeachable
objectivity and scientific testing methods to
AMERICAN CONSUMER segments.
From “best buys” to product recalls, testing,
reviews and travel alerts, AMERICAN
CONSUMER has the information necessary to help viewers buy the best goods at
the best prices. Each half hour will include segments on product testing and reviews,
travel alerts, and an analysis of consumer issues concerning safe products for the
home, recreation, health care and automotive.
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Friday
Thursday
The Zula Patrol
WordWorld
Super Why
My Bedbugs
WordWorld
Jakers: The Adventures of Pigglywinks
Jakers: The Adventures of Pigglywinks
Sit And Be Fit
A Place of Our Own
Tracks Ahead
Sit And Be Fit
Super Why
Teletubbies
Linda MacPhee’s Workshop
Fon’s & Porter’s Love of Quilting
Teletubbies
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood
Between The Lions
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood
Between The Lions
Sesame Street
Sesame Street
A Place of Our Own
Mon-Thu • 9:30am
12/03: Getting Baby To Sleep
12/04: The Importance of Reading to
Babies and Toddlers
12/05: Safety Special
12/06: Downtime
Fon’s & Porter’s Love
of Quilting
Fridays • 10:00am
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Clifford The Big Red Dog
KBTC Weekday
Highlights
Clifford The Big Red Dog
Jakers: The Adventures of Pigglywinks
Jakers: The Adventures of Pigglywinks
Clifford The Big Red Dog
Clifford The Big Red Dog
FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman
Arthur
FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman
Arthur
Cyberchase
Cyberchase
Maya & Miguel
WordGirl
Dragon Tales
Dragon Tales
Curious George
Curious George
It’s a Big Big World
It’s a Big Big World
BBC World News
Ask This Old House
BBC World News
McLaughlin Group
12/07: Thread Embellished Border
Prints
12/14: Fabric Fun With Paintsticks
12/21: Fantastic Free Motion Quilting
12/28: Wagon Wheel Quilt
Life (Part 2)
Wednesdays • 10:00am
12/12: Retirement
12/19: A Conversation with Bob
Newhart
12/26: Don’t Look Back
Marriage: Unsensored
Tuesdays • 10:00am
12/04: Wooing and Pursuing
12/11: Teaching True Love
12/18: Anchor Your Relationship
Everyday Food
Wednesdays • 6:30pm
12/05:
12/12:
12/19:
12/26:
Ask This Old House
Family Breakfast
Cookie Jar
Vegetarian Feast
Italian Favorites
Thursdays • 6:30pm
The ASK THIS OLD HOUSE team
travels to homeowners’ doorsteps and
personally tackles viewer home
improvement issues. In addition to making
HOUSE calls, host Kevin O’Connor,
general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing
and heating expert Richard Trethewey,
landscape contractor Roger Cook and
various guest experts walk viewers
through home improvement techniques
and review the latest products. Besides
their home base in Boston, the home
repair experts will make HOUSE calls
this season in six cities: Cleveland,
Portland, Raleigh, Omaha, Des Moines
and Phoenix.
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Program Highlights
Democracy Left
Behind
Friday, Dec 14th • 8pm
Full Focus:
Gees Bend Quilts
Saturday, Dec 1st • 11:30am
Renowned for their distinct visual
style and their compelling history, the
Gees Bend quilts have struck a cord
with people from all over the world.
FULL FOCUS talks with the quilt
makers about these powerful cultural
objects so that people in the
Northwest can come to understand
what it is about the Quilts of Gees
Bend that represent the essence of
local community.
How effectively do our public schools
prepare students for active participation in
democratic society? Is there a relationship
between an often ill-informed public and
the manner in which social and political
issues are addressed in our nation’s
classrooms? In DEMOCRACY LEFT
BEHIND, award-winning documentary
filmmaker Bob Gliner (Heifer, Education
for What?, Time Frenzy) examines the
impact of No Child Left Behind on
dramatically limiting the ability of schools
to serve a civic mission – in the process
making it difficult for many students to
understand what their education means in
the larger context of the society and world
they inhabit.
“You offered me an incredible
night of joy, laughter, tears
and romance.”
- KBTC Viewer
Cities of Light:
The Rise and Fall of Islamic Spain
Monday, Dec 17th • 8pm
This film (from the producers of MUHAMMAD: LEGACY OF A PROPHET) takes
viewers on an epic journey back into one of the most captivating and important periods
of world history - a centuries-long period when
Muslims, Christians and Jews inhabited the same
far corner of Western Europe and thrived. The
lemon tree, the water wheel and Aristotle’s lost
philosophy all arrived in Europe through Islamic
Spain, as did algebra and the beginnings of
modern medicine, science and poetry. Here were
the very roots of the European Renaissance. But
the fragile union dissipated, destroyed by greed,
fear and intolerance.
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NOVA: Judgement
Day, Intelligent
Design On Trial
Chrismas Eve
on KBTC
Starting at 6pm
Thursday, Dec 13th • 8pm
Monday, Dec 24th
NOVA captures the turmoil that tore apart
the community of Dover, Pennsylvania in
one of the latest battles over teaching
evolution in public schools in
JUDGEMENT DAY:
INTELLIGENT DESIGN ON
TRIAL. Featuring trial reenactments
based on court transcripts and
interviews with key participants,
including expert scientists and Dover
parents, teachers, and town officials, the
program follows the celebrated federal
case of Kitzmiller vs Dover School District.
6pm - Tonic Sol-Fa Christmas
7pm - L.A. Holiday Celebration
8pm - Christmas with The Morman
Tabernacle Choir
9pm - Season’s Songs, The Crane
Candlelight Concert
10pm - The Pops Holiday Party
11pm - Candles and Carols
12am - O Come, All Ye Faithful,
Concordia College Christmas
1am - The Holidays at Murray State
Christmas with The
Morman Tabernacle Choir
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Saturdays - December
Time
December 1
December 8
December 15
7:00 am
The Victory Garden
The Victory Garden
The Victory Garden
7:30 am
P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home
P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home
8:00 am
America Quilts Creatively
America Quilts Creatively
P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home
America Quilts Creatively
8:30 am
Quilt Central
Quilt Central
Quilt Central
9:00 am
Kaye’s Quilting Friends
Kaye’s Quilting Friends
Kaye’s Quilting Friends
9:30 am
Lap Quilting
Lap Quilting
Full Focus: Gees Bend Quilts
10:00 am
The Art of Quilting
Sewing with Nancy:Nancy’s
Favorite Sewing Techniques
Sewing with Nancy:
Sweatshirt Makeovers
This Old House
Your Body’s Framework with
Nicholas DiNubile, M.D.
Ultrametabolism: Simple Plans to
Automatic Weight Loss
The Brain Fitness Program
The Legendary Victor Borge
Celtic Woman: A Christmas
Celebration
^
The Victory Garden
Saturdays • 7am
Public television’s landmark gardening
program marks its 32nd season with a
new host: Jamie Durie, a horticulturist,
international landscape designer and
Australian television personality. Familiar
faces from previous seasons, including
resident horticulturist and all-around
gardening expert Kip Anderson,
gardening correspondent Paul Epsom
and lifestyle co-host Sissy Biggers,
continue to provide simple, easy lessons
to help today’s busy gardeners make the
most of their time outdoors.
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Great Performances at the Met
Chris Botti: Live
^
6:30 pm
Animusic 2
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My Music: Doo Wop Love
Songs
^
6:00 pm
Good Night with The Sleep
Doctor Michael Brues, PhD
^
5:00 pm
5:30 pm
^
4:30 pm
^
4:00 pm
Rick Steves’ European
Christmas
^
Visions of England
3:30 pm
Rolling Stone Magazine: Voice of
Our Generation hosted by Paul
Shaffer
^
3:00 pm
This Old House
^
2:30 pm
Fon’s and Porter’s Love of Quilting
Quilt in a Day
^
2:00 pm
Quilt in a Day
^
1:30 pm
Fon’s and Porter’s Love of Quilting
Rick Steves’ European
Christmas
^
1:00 pm
Full Focus: Gees Bend Quilts
^
12:30 pm
^
12:00 pm
^
11:00 am
11:30 am
^
10:30 am
December 22
December 29
The Victory Garden
The Victory Garden
P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home
Sewing with Nancy: 25 Favorite
Sewing Techniques
P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home
America Quilts Creatively
Quilt Central
^
Lap Quilting
Kaye’s Quilting Friends
Lap Quilting
Sewing with Nancy
Sewing with Nancy
America Sews with Sue Hausmann
America Sews with Sue Hausmann
Martha’s Sewing Room
Martha’s Sewing Room
Fon’s and Porter’s Love of Quilting
Fon’s and Porter’s Love of Quilting
Quilt in a Day
Quilt in a Day
This Old House
This Old House
The Brain Fitness Program
^
^
Dr. Wayne Dyer: Change Your
Thoughts, Change Your Life
America Quilts
Creatively
8:00am
12/01: Demystify Battings and Needles
12/08: Quilting with Heirloom
Techniques
12/15: Quilting and Piecing Techniques
12/29: Scrap Happy Projects
Quilt Central
8:30am
Hometime
New Yankee Workshop
Good Night with The Sleep
Doctor Michael Brues, PhD
KBTC Saturday
Highlights
My Hero
12/01: Folk Art Gallery
12/08: In Stitches
12/15: Child’s Play
12/29: Someone’s in the Kitchen
Kaye’s Quilting
Friends
My Hero
Simply Ming
Everyday Food
America’s Test Kitchen
The Router Workshop
Woodwright’s Shop
This Old House
Hometime
New Yankee Workshop
9:00am
12/01: Garden Gate
12/08: Tumbling Star Centerpiece
12/15: My Bag of Tricks
12/29: Starmaker Ideas
Sewing With Nancy
10:00am
12/08: Special: Nancy’s 25 Sewing
Techniques
12/15: Special Sweatshirt Makeovers
12/22: Class Act Sewing
^
New Yankee Workshop
Saturday, Dec 29th • 4:30pm
THE NEW YANKEE WORKSHOP,
through the support of three of its series
funders—Columbia
Forest Products, Porter
Cable, and Delta
Machinery—hopes that
The Woodworkers of
Tomorrow Initiative will
inspire high school
students and their
teachers to work
alongside Norm as
they build one of the
master craftsman’s
most useful projects,
The Bookcase.
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Fon’s and Porter’s
Love of Quilting
11:30am
12/08: Thread Embellished Border Prints
12/15: Fabric Fun with Paintsticks
12/22: Fantastic Free Motion
Quilting
12/29: Wagon Wheel Quilt
Quilt In A Day
12:00pm
12/08: Main Street
12/15: Celebration Angels
12/22: Binding The Town
Together
12/29: Quilts From the
Underground Railroad
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Letter from the General Manager
As 2007 comes to a close, I want to thank you for all you
have helped us accomplish this year. Your generosity keeps
public broadcasting strong in our community.
We hope you are enjoying your favorites from PBS – and
Debbie Emond
the distinctive new programs you make possible.
Every year your contribution to public television is invested back into the
community with programs that give us a better understanding of world events,
bring stories to life, celebrate true courage and allow us to continue our personal
education outside of a classroom. Although KBTC operates with a budget that’s a
mere fraction of a commercial network’s budget, we never, ever compromise on
the quality of the programs you see on air.
So, thank you once again for your outstanding support of KBTC this past year.
I hope you share my pride in all that you help make possible on KBTC, and I trust
that we can look forward to your continued support in 2008.
On behalf of the entire staff of KBTC, I wish you a safe and happy holiday
season!
Sincerely,
Debbie Emond
Executive Dean and General Manager, KBTC & KCKA
A Service of Bates Technical College
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In the fourth season of ROADTRIP
NATION, two teams of recent college
graduates spend the summer crossing
the country in bright green RVs and
interviewing leaders from all walks of
life. Along the way, they discover how
people became successful and passionate
about what they do; in the process, the
students learn about themselves and how
they might find their own road.
Wednesdays • 9:30pm
Roadtrip Nation
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