February 2015 program guide When humans and nature get together... the possibilities run wild Wednesdays beginning Feb. 4 at 8pm Volume 29 #EarthWildPBS pbs.org/EarthANewWild Number 2 GENERAL MANAGER MESSAGE February is typically “heart” month, when we are thinking of Valentine’s Day and creating awareness for heart health, but in Wyoming, it is also the final month of the Wyoming Legislature, and our production team continues to log hundreds of miles back and forth to Cheyenne to bring you our weekly Capitol Outlook series. We hope these productions have given you insights into the issues, outcomes and process at our Wyoming Legislature, and if you have suggestions for improvement – we always want to hear those ideas. You can call, write or email comments to me, [email protected], or simply call our 800 number (800-495-9788), and tell us what you think about the series. We want to meet your needs! A sad note – and we didn’t learn about it until late – one of our favorite Wyoming jazz musicians and friends, Ronnie Bedford, died on December 20, 2014. With Ronnie’s talent, energy and enthusiasm for music, he founded a 3-day, summer jazz festival in Cody in the mid-90’s, “Yellowstone Jazz”, and Wyoming PBS produced and aired a 3-hour series with Ronnie under the same name. We followed those programs a couple of years ago by producing a new program titled “Ronnie Bedford and Friends: 80th Birthday Celebration”, and to pay tribute to Ronnie, we will rebroadcast that program in March. We are grateful to Ronnie and his wife Janet – and thank them for their commitment to the arts and for expanding the musical horizons of so many people in Wyoming. You’ll note that March 1 IS THE DEADLINE to sign up for our excursion to London and Highclere Castle, which is where the series “Downton Abbey” is produced (see page 15 for more information). The trip is co-sponsored with Casper College, and features Dr. Walt Nolte, the President of Casper College and noted historian, on the trip, connecting us with the events of Downton Abbey, the landscape and our history. If you love Downton Abbey and like to travel – don’t miss this, but get your name and deposit in now! Happy Valentine’s Day and virtual boxes of chocolates to all you. Ruby Calvert General Manager Station Happenings Many thanks to the Lander Library and the 90+ Lander community members for braving the cold and coming out for our Downton Abbey screening event last month! And a special thanks to Marcia Suniga for preparing the most delicious tea cakes! Jolly good! 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Dr. Paul Farmer is an international figure in public health, and has been the subject of a best-selling book “Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, a Man Who Would Cure the World.” In 2012 Richard Ager talked to Dr. Farmer and fellow PIH founder Ophelia Dahl about their lives and work. February 13 Partners in Health, Part 2 Wyoming Chronicle presents part 2 of an interview with Dr. Paul Farmer and Ophelia Dahl, cofounders of Partners in Health. February 20 The Lawyer Who Couldn’t Lose, Part 1 Richard Ager spoke with Gerry Spence about his life and famous cases. We also visit with fifty attorneys from around the country who are enrolled in Spence’s Trial Lawyers College located outside Dubois. Be prepared to be surprised by some of the teaching methods at the College. February 27 The Lawyer Who Couldn’t Lose, Part 2 Part two of our interview with Gerry Spence. Richard Ager spoke with Spence in 2013 about his life and famous cases. Capitol Outlook: Weekly Reports Fridays at 8pm Capitol Outlook, an award-winning public affairs report on state government, continues through March 6. Repeats Saturdays at 6pm, and Sundays at 1pm. BE MORE...INNOVATIVE 3 HIGHLIGHTS Earth: A New Wild Wednesday, Feb. 4 at 8pm and 9pm Wednesdays, Feb. 11-25 at 9pm This five-part series takes a fresh look at humankind’s relationship to the planet’s wildest places and most fascinating species. Dr. M. Sanjayan, a leading conservation scientist, takes viewers on a stunning visual journey to explore how humans are inextricably woven into every aspect of the planet’s natural systems. American Experience The Forgotten Plague Tuesday, Feb. 10 at 8pm Tuberculosis is the deadliest killer in human history, responsible for one in four deaths for almost two centuries. While it shaped medical pursuits, social habits, economic development and public policy, TB and its impact are poorly understood. Farm to Fork Restoration Farming in Cody Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 7pm Repeats Feb. 14 at 4pm, Feb. 15 at 5:30pm One young farmer has transformed a depleted salts and rock laden dairy ground into a fertile vegetable farm on a shoe string (with a dose of Biodynamics). Four years into production, Scott Richard now produces weekly shares for 80+ families in addition to two farmers markets, and weekly commerical harvests. 4 Wyoming PBS Local Programming wyomingpbs.org The Italian Americans Tuesday, Feb. 17 and 24 from 8-10pm Trace the evolution of Italian Americans from the late 19th century to today, with Tony Bennett, David Chase, John Turturro, Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, Gay Talese and more. American Masters August Wilson: The Ground on Which I Stand Friday, Feb. 20 at 9pm From his roots as an activist and poet to his indelible mark on Broadway, this program captures the legacy of the man some call America’s Shakespeare. Film and theater luminaries share their stories of the career and experience of bringing Wilson’s rich theatrical voice to the stage. Ladonna Harris: Indian 101 Sunday, Feb. 22 at 7pm Comanche political and social activist LaDonna Harris was tapped by President Lyndon Johnson to educate the executive and legislative branches on the unique role of American Indian tribes and their relationship to the U.S. government. The course, called “Indian 101,” was taught to members of Congress and other agencies for more than 35 years. BE MORE...ENGAGED 5 SUPPORT WYOMING PBS Your donation is critical to the future of Wyoming PBS. Thank you. 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Allen Smith’s Garden Table Growing A Greener World Rick Steves’ Europe America’s Heartland PBS Newshour Weekend Wyoming Signatures/Feel Grand w/ Jane Seymour * Regular programming will be pre-empted on Feb. 28 for March Membership Festival specials. 6 Wyoming PBS Local Programming WEEKDAY SCHEDULE Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 7:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 7:30 CURIOUS GEORGE 8:00 DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD 8:30 DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD 9:00 SESAME STREET 10:00 DINOSAUR TRAIN 10:30 DINOSAUR TRAIN 11:00 PEG + CAT 11:30 PEG + CAT 12:00 SUPER WHY 12:30 THOMAS & FRIENDS Friday 1:00 Motorweek Painting With Paulson America’s Test Kitchen Christina Sew It All/Fit To Stitch 2/27 1:30 Rough Cut Woodworking w/ Tommy Mac Best of Joy of Painting Martha Stewart’s Cooking School/Joanne Weir Gets Fresh 2/11 Moveable Feast w/ Fine Cooking Quilt In A Day 2:00 Ask This Old House Paint This With Jerry Yarnell Pati’s Mexican Table Mexico One Plate at a Time Knitting Daily 2:30 CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT! 3:00 CURIOUS GEORGE 3:30 ARTHUR 4:00 WILD KRATTS 4:30 ODD SQUAD 5:00 BBC WORLD NEWS 5:30 NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT 6:00 PBS NEWSHOUR JOANNE WEIR GETS FRESH Saturdays at 9:30 and Wednesdays at 1:30pm beginning Feb. 11 Joanne Weir, the award-winning and internationally admired cooking teacher, author and restaurateur uses her vast culinary experience and relaxed, downto-earth approach to help viewers create healthy meals while highlighting the unique and vibrant flavors of fresh ingredients. BE MORE...INSPIRED 7 PRIMETIME 1 SUNDAY 7:00 QUEEN’S DIAMOND DECADES “The 1990s” Part 5 of 6 Although the 1990s begin joyously, in this decade the monarchy endures some of the worst crises of modern times. 8:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Downton Abbey, Season 5” Part 5 of 9 - Meet Rose’s handsome new acquaintance and watch Bricker and Robert lose control. 9:00 MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! “Grantchester” Part 3 of 6 Find out if an old woman’s death was a coincidence. 10:00 THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN “Incidents at a Wedding” The arrangements for Susan and Teddie’s wedding are threatened, but Merrick provides a solution. 11:00 GLOBE TREKKER FOOD HOUR “Scandinavia” 2 MONDAY 7:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Austin” Hour Two - A 1607 Galileo letter; a Chinese cloisonné panel said to be gifted by the Emperor of China. 8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “San Diego, CA” Hour One - Written draft of “Stormy Weather”; circa 1864 Tiffany cameo; aristocratic portrait by Robert Henri. 9:00 A PATH APPEARS - With Nicholas Kristof, Jennifer Garner returns to her native 8 West Virginia to visit families enrolled in Save the Children’s Early Steps program, which introduces books and early learning to children living in poverty. 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 WHITE HOUSE CHRONICLE 8:00 EARTH: A NEW WILD “Home” - Learn what animals 3 TUESDAY 7:00 GENEALOGY ROADSHOW “New Orleans - Board of Trade” - Explore a participant’s link to the famous New Orleans Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau. 8:00 AMERICAN EXPERIENCE - THE BIG BURN - Learn the story of a wildfire that devoured more than three million acres in the Rockies in 1910. 9:00 FRONTLINE 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 GREAT DECISIONS IN FOREIGN POLICY 4 WEDNESDAY 7:00 NATURE “Legendary White Stallions” - Hear the story of the Lipizzaner stallions, from their ancient origins to their rescue in 1945. can do for us — and we for them — to give us all a future. 9:00 EARTH: A NEW WILD “Plains” - See how humans and wildlife can live together on the plains in beneficial partnerships. 10:00 JOURNEYS IN AFRICA “Masai Mara: Where Lion Is King” Part One 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 5 THURSDAY 7:00 SCOTT & BAILEY “Sacred Trust” - The team investigates when the body of eightyear-old Dylan Nichols is discovered in a trash bin, four days after his initial disappearance. But, as they search for the pedophile killer, they are unaware that the culprit has placed himself at the heart of the child’s grieving family. 8:00 DOC MARTIN “Sh*t Happens” - A stomach bug sweeps the village and patients fill Martin’s surgery. Wyoming PBS Local Programming PRIMETIME 9:00 FRANKIE - Someone is watching Frankie, but who - and why? At work, Frankie finds herself caught between her patient and his wife. A dying patient puts things into perspective for Paula. 10:00 MINERAL EXPLORERS “Brazil: The Center for Gemstones” - A visit to Brazil spotlights its mineral mines, including Pederneira tourmaline mine and an aquamarine mine. 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 SECOND OPINION 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE 7 SATURDAY 7:00 LAWRENCE WELK 8:00 KEEPING UP APPEARANCES 8:30 AS TIME GOES BY 9:00 HOLLYWOOD THEATER “Broadcast News” - A highly 6 FRIDAY 7:00 WASHINGTON WEEK 7:30 WYOMING CHRONICLE 8:00 CAPITOL OUTLOOK 9:00 SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED “The Taming of the Shrew with Morgan Freeman” - In 1990, strung news producer (Holly Hunter) finds herself strangely attracted to a vapid anchorman (William Hurt) even though she loathes everything he personifies. 11:00 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS “Foo Fighters” 8 Morgan Freeman famously starred in a Wild West version of The Taming of the Shrew for Shakespeare in the Park in New York. Freeman sets out to understand how and why the play, one of the Bard’s first works, was written. 10:00 SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED “Othello with David Harewood” - In 1997, David Harewood was the first black actor to play Othello on stage at the National Theatre in London. In this episode, he unravels the complex issues of prejudice and jealousy that are threaded throughout the play. SUNDAY 7:00 THE QUEEN’S DIAMOND DECADES “The 2000s” Part 6 of 6 - The new millennium has witnessed powerful events and poignant moments for queen and country. 8:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Downton Abbey, Season 5” Part 6 of 9 - Uncover the ancient spark that flares in Violet’s heart and hear Bates tell Anna the truth. 9:00 MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! “Grantchester” Part 4 of 6 - See why Geordie and Sidney cross swords over the investigation of a shocking murder. 10:00 THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN “The Regimental Silver” - Merrick explains the connections between Mirat and Mayapore, where Daphne was attacked. 11:00 GLOBE TREKKER FOOD HOUR “Mexico” 9 MONDAY 7:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Austin” Hour Three - A WWII scrapbook; an 1875 “Pictorial St. Louis” atlas; a circa 1930 jade ring and case. 8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Celebrating Black Americana” 9:00 A PATH APPEARS - In this episode, Nicholas Kristof and Regina Hall visit Atlanta to explore the work of two organizations that combat domestic violence. 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 WHITE HOUSE CHRONICLE 10 TUESDAY 7:00 GENEALOGY ROADSHOW “St. Louis - Union Station” - At St. Louis’ historic Union Station, a team of genealogists uncovers fascinating family stories from Missouri. 8:00 AMERICAN EXPERIENCE THE FORGOTTEN PLAGUE - Learn more about tuberculosis, the deadliest killer in human history. 9:00 FRONTLINE “Being Mortal” - Join Atul Gawande to explore the relationships between doctors and patients nearing the end of life. BE MORE...INDEPENDENT 9 PRIMETIME 10:00 RICK STEVES’ EUROPE “The Netherlands Beyond Amsterdam” 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 GREAT DECISIONS IN FOREIGN POLICY 11 WEDNESDAY 7:00 FARM TO FORK “Restoration Farming in Cody” - Organic farmer, Scott Richard, calls his farm “biofriendly”, for now, as he restores a former dairy site from a depleted state to a deeply rich, organic haven of vegetable productivity. Four years into the process, the evidence of his ingenuity is breathtaking. 7:30 MAIN STREET, WYOMING “Molesworth: Interior Pioneer” - Thomas Molesworth was a Cody artist who became a furniture-making phenomenon. This episode follows the legendary designer’s odyssey from the lodges of Wyoming’s rich and powerful, to President Eisenhower’s quiet study. In these spaces, Molesworth shaped the interior West, and defined the Cody style. 10 8:00 NOVA “Colosseum Roman Death Trap” - One of the ancient world’s most iconic buildings, the Colosseum is a monument to Roman imperial power and cruelty. Its graceful lines and harmonious proportions concealed a highly efficient design and advanced construction methods that made hundreds of arches out of 100, 000 tons of stone. 9:00 EARTH: A NEW WILD “Forests” - Find out why 8:00 DOC MARTIN “The Portwenn Effect” - Louisa buys two tickets to the Portwenn Players Dance and invites Martin. He doesn’t want to go so Louisa offers the ticket to Mark instead. 9:00 FRANKIE - Frankie’s stalker behaves ever more strangely, deeply unsettling her. It has gone beyond a joke. Andy and Ian are thrown together as a result of a vicious dog attack, and they cement their rivalry for Frankie’s heart. Who will Frankie choose? 10:00 MINERAL EXPLORERS “Brazil: The Estrada Real” - A visit to Brazil travels along the famed Estrada Real (aka Royal Road); and explores the country’s rich diamond and gold history. 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 SECOND OPINION 13 FRIDAY saving the world’s forests lies in recognizing their value while they’re still standing. 10:00 JOURNEYS IN AFRICA “Masai Mara: Where Lion Is King” Part Two 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 7:00 WASHINGTON WEEK 7:30 WYOMING CHRONICLE 8:00 CAPITOL OUTLOOK 9:00 SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED “Antony & Cleopatra with Kim Cattrall” - Kim Cattrall has 12 THURSDAY 7:00 SCOTT & BAILEY “Graves” - The team investigates the brutal, racially motivated murder of a 21-year-old taxi driver, who was killed after picking up a fare outside a nearby public house. played the role of Cleopatra twice. Uncover the truth behind the “middle-aged” love story and examine possible inspirations for the play. 10:00 SHAKESPEARE UNCOVERED “Romeo & Juliet with Joseph Fiennes” - Joseph Fiennes, Wyoming PBS Local Programming PRIMETIME the star of Shakespeare in Love, examines Royal Ballet productions, musicals such as West Side Story and Baz Luhrmann’s extraordinary cinematic re-imagination of Romeo & Juliet to understand why the love story remains the most adapted and performed of all of Shakespeare’s works. 11:00 CHARLIE ROSE 14 SATURDAY 7:00 LAWRENCE WELK 8:00 KEEPING UP APPEARANCES 8:30 AS TIME GOES BY 9:00 HOLLYWOOD THEATER “Four Weddings and a Funeral” - Lovable Englishman Charles (Hugh Grant) and his group of friends seem to be unlucky in love. When Charles meets a beautiful American named Carrie (Andie MacDowell) at a wedding, he thinks his luck may have changed. 11:00 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS “2014 Hall of Fame!” 15 SUNDAY 7:00 THE QUEEN’S DIAMOND JUBILEE: A YEAR TO REMEMBER - This documentary is the story of the queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebration in 2012, from the nationwide street parties to the spectacular pomp and pageantry on the river Thames. 8:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Downton Abbey, Season 5” Part 7 of 9 - Learn what happens to Edith and which guest Robert throws out of the house. 9:00 MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! “Grantchester” Part 5 of 6 - Observe how Sidney and Geordie show Scotland Yard a thing or two. 10:00 THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN “Ordeal by Fire” - In Calcutta, Sarah comes face to face with the war and its pain. 11:00 GLOBE TREKKER SPECIAL: GREAT NATURAL WONDERS 16 MONDAY 7:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Bismarck” Hour One - A 1939 collection from the rescue operation of sunken Navy submarine USS Squalus; a Torino lamp that was purchased at a Bismarck antique shop for $25; and two Tlingit Shamanic masks. 8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “San Diego, CA” Hour Two - An 18th-century ivory carved crèche; a pair of “Barcelona” chairs; a circa 1900 Turkmenistan rug. 9:00 INDEPENDENT LENS “Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People” - This is the story of the pioneering African-American photographers - men and women, celebrated and anonymous - who have recorded the lives and aspirations of generations, from slavery to the present. 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 WHITE HOUSE CHRONICLE 17 TUESDAY 7:00 GENEALOGY ROADSHOW “Philadelphia - Historical Society of Pennsylvania” - A team of genealogists uncovers fascinating family histories at The Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 8:00 THE ITALIAN AMERICANS “La Famiglia (1890-1910)” - Learn what spurred Italian immigration to the U.S. and why those immigrants faced discrimination. 9:00 THE ITALIAN AMERICANS “Becoming American (19101930)” - Survey the various ways Italians adapted to American life in the early 20th century. (Photo: A young Frank Sinatra, with an unidentified woman, in Hoboken, New Jersey). 10:00 RICK STEVES’ EUROPE “The Netherlands Beyond Amsterdam” 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 WYOMING SIGNATURES BE MORE...EMPOWERED 11 PRIMETIME 18 WEDNESDAY 7:00 NATURE “Owl Power” - Take a detailed look at owls and see how they’re influencing 21st-century technology and design. 8:00 NOVA “Petra - Lost City of Stone” - More than 2000 years 10:00 JOURNEYS IN AFRICA 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 19 THURSDAY 7:00 SCOTT & BAILEY “Mould” - The team investigates the murder of teaching assistant Susan Bishop, whose body is found clothed in a policewoman’s fancy dress outfit, and her face completely covered in green mould. 8:00 DOC MARTIN “Of All the Harbours in All the Towns” John Slater, an old flame of Joan’s, returns to the village hoping to rekindle his love affair with her, but Martin discovers he has a lifethreatening heart condition. 9:00 AGATHA CHRISTIE’S POIROT “Elephants Can Remember” After an unpleasant encounter with a wheedling busybody, Ariadne Oliver asks Poirot to delve into the past and solve the riddle of the murdersuicide of the Ravenscrofts. 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 SECOND OPINION 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 NORTH BY NORTHEAST 21 SATURDAY 7:00 LAWRENCE WELK 8:00 KEEPING UP APPEARANCES 8:30 AS TIME GOES BY 9:00 HOLLYWOOD THEATER “Casablanca” - Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), a nightclub owner in Casablanca, discovers his old flame Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman) is in town with her husband, Victor Laszlo. A resistance leader from Czechoslovakia, the Germans are on Laszlo’s tail. Ilsa knows Rick can help them get out of the country - but will he? 11:00 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS “Gary Clark, Jr./Alabama Shakes” 20 FRIDAY ago, the thriving city of Petra rose up in the bone-dry desert of what is now Jordan, an oasis of culture and abundance. Now, an archaeologist and sculptors team up to carve an iconic templetomb to find out how the ancient people of Petra built their city of stone. 9:00 EARTH: A NEW WILD “Oceans” - See how a community of scientists, engineers and fishermen can help restore our threatened oceans. 12 7:00 WASHINGTON WEEK 7:30 WYOMING CHRONICLE 8:00 CAPITOL OUTLOOK 9:00 AUGUST WILSON - THE GROUND ON WHICH I STAND: AMERICAN MASTERS - Examine the legacy of the man some call America’s Shakespeare. 22 SUNDAY 7:00 LADONNA HARRIS: INDIAN 101 - This is the story of Comanche activist Ladonna Harris who led an extensive life of Indian political and social activism and is now passing on her traditional cultural and leadership values to a new generation of emerging indigenous leaders. Wyoming PBS Local Programming PRIMETIME 8:00 MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Downton Abbey, Season 5” Part 8 of 9 - Observe Mrs. Patmore’s surprise, Anna’s predicament and Robert’s revelation. 9:15 MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! “Grantchester” Part 6 of 6 10:15 THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN “Daughters of the Regiment” - Visiting Merrick in Calcutta, Sarah meets Jimmy Clark, who challenges many her values. 11:15 AN EVENING WITH GWEN IFILL 24 TUESDAY 7:00 BEST OF GENEALOGY ROADSHOW 8:00 THE ITALIAN AMERICANS “Loyal Americans (19301945)” - Examine the second generation’s entry into the labor movement, politics, sports and entertainment. 9:00 THE ITALIAN AMERICANS “The American Dream (1945-Present)” - Consider if 23 MONDAY 7:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “Bismarck” Hour Two - A miniature Japanese china set, ca. 1925; a fashion forward ranchwear outfit, ca. 1935; and a Chinese Imperial ceremonial outfit, ca. 1900. 8:00 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW “San Diego, CA” Hour Three - Collection of comics from 1930s to 1970s; Cartier cuff links; botanical illustration published in 1613. 9:00 INDEPENDENT LENS “American Denial” - Explore the specter of organized crime may always plague Italian Americans, despite assimilation. (Photo: Coppola and Brando) 10:00 RICK STEVES’ EUROPE 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 WYOMING SIGNATURES 25 WEDNESDAY 7:00 NATURE “The Last Orangutan Eden” - Follow a 8:00 NOVA “Building Wonders: Hagia Sophia - Istanbul’s Ancient Mystery” - Hagia Sophia’s soaring dome dominates Istanbul’s skyline. Whether serving as Christian church, Islamic mosque, or secular museum, this magnificent building has inspired reverence and awe. As Istanbul braces for the next big quake, a team of architects and engineers is urgently investigating Hagia Sophia’s seismic secrets. 9:00 EARTH: A NEW WILD “Water” - See how sharing water with wildlife benefits them and may be a critical step in our own survival. 10:00 JOURNEYS IN AFRICA 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 AMERICA’S HEARTLAND 26 THURSDAY the power of unconscious biases, using Myrdal’s 1944 investigation of Jim Crow racism. 10:00 ONE NIGHT IN MARCH 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 WHITE HOUSE CHRONICLE band of orangs that use tools, share food, forage together and create a distinct culture. BE MORE...AMAZED 7:00 SCOTT & BAILEY “Sidelines” - The murder of 18-year-old student, Leon Foster, looks like a typical gang killing at first glance - but the discovery that he was sexually mutilated raises suspicions that his murder could be domestic. 13 PRIMETIME 8:00 DOC MARTIN “Haemophobia” - Martin is forced to confront his fear of blood, both when the town plays a prank on him involving ketchup as a fake injury, and when Peter, a young lad of the town suffers a ruptured spleen that needs to be urgently operated on. 9:00 AGATHA CHRISTIE’S POIROT “The Labors of Hercules” Poirot’s pursuit of an infamous art thief leads him to a snowbound hotel in the Swiss Alps, where he is met with a plethora of mysteries and the reappearance of a familiar face from the past. 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 SECOND OPINION 28 SATURDAY 7:00 LAWRENCE WELK’S TV TREASURERS - On national television from 1955 to 1982, over one thousand shows were produced. See performances by favorite members of the Musical Family, starting with the earliest days on the show. 9:00 JOHN DENVER - COUNTRY BOY - John Denver was a This documentary explores the birth of hydroelectric power and Nicola Tesla in Telluride, and Colorado’s role in the early days of U.S. electrification. 10:30 CHARLIE ROSE 11:30 NORTH BY NORTHEAST 14 CANCER The Emperor of All Maladies Presented by Ken Burns 27 FRIDAY 7:00 WASHINGTON WEEK 7:30 WYOMING CHRONICLE 8:00 CAPITOL OUTLOOK 9:00 AMERICAN MASTERS: RICKY JAY - DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - Journey through the mysterious world of sleightof-hand with multi-talented conjurer Ricky Jay. 10:00 INSIDE ENERGY “Telluride and the Birth of Hydro” - COMING I n M arch complex character who wrote uncomplicated songs and who, in reality, was often at odds with the saccharine image presented to the world. In this definitive documentary we rediscover a lost musical icon of the ‘70s and the enduring power of his music. 10:30 CELTIC WOMAN: FAN FAVORITES - It’s time to celebrate ten years of Celtic Woman with a festival of fan favorites! Relive the most magical moments from The Emerald Isle with the amazing artists of Celtic Woman. Wyoming PBS Local Programming A three-part, six-hour documentary directed by award-winning filmmaker Barak Goodman and executive produced by Ken Burns, based on the Pulitzer Prizewinning book The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer by Siddhartha Mukherjee, M.D. This “biography” of cancer covers its first documented appearances thousands of years ago through the epic battles in the 20th century to cure, control and conquer cancer. Wyoming PBS will be hosting a screening and panel discussion of a 40 minute overview of the film in Riverton and Casper the week of March 23. For more information on dates, times and locations call 800-495-9788 and ask for Jennifer. Underwriter Spotlight High Plains Power High Plains Power, Inc. is a member-owned electric cooperative serving more than 13,000 customers in central Wyoming. High Plains has more than 4,800 miles of power lines covering 10,000 square miles in parts of Fremont, Hot Springs, Washakie, Natrona, Carbon, Big Horn, Johnson, and Park counties. The company has its headquarters in Riverton with branch offices in Thermopolis and Dubois and a service center in Casper. High Plains Power was formed in 1998 when the memberships of the former Riverton Valley Electric Association and Hot Springs Rural Electric Association voted to consolidate. High Plains is one of 44 member-owners of Tri-State Generation & Transmission Association of Denver, Colorado, which supplies the power to the cooperative. They are a member of the Wyoming Rural Electric Association, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, and the nationwide consortium of Touchstone Energy Cooperatives. High Plains Power is dedicated to promoting efficient use of electricity, and to helping customers save money on their utility bills. Information is available at highplainspower.org or 1.800.445.0613. High Plains Power is the Wyoming PBS “Underwriter of the Day” for Saturdays. Saturday programming includes children’s programs like Peg + Cat, cooking shows like America’s Test Kitchen, how-to programs like This Old House, Sewing with Nancy, and the Best of the Joy of Painting, and public affairs programs like PBS Newshour Weekend and Wyoming Chronicle. So when you see someone who works for High Plains Power, say “thanks” for supporting Wyoming PBS and helping bring you great Saturday programming. London and Highclere Castle Casper College and Wyoming PBS invite you to participate in a historical trip of Highclere Castle and London, England. August 2–8, 2015 LAST MONTH TO SIGN UP! Dr. Walter Nolte, WWI historian and trip guide, will instruct on the historical aspects of the sites we visit as they relate to the popular PBS series Downton Abbey. We will start with a grand overview of London’s most famous sites including those with historical relevance to the WWI era. Experience the essence of the period by spending an afternoon with a Downton Abbey insider, learning the rules of etiquette, explore the culinary history and sample foods served in the early 20th century, and tour Highclere Castle and the village of Bampton. Space is limited. 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