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  • FEB 2018Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom

    Member Magazine

  • KQED Perks

    The San Francisco Tribal and Textile Art Show is celebrating its 34th year, February 8–11, at the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. The show brings together collectors, designers and art aficionados for a celebration of global ethnographic arts, including work by tribal cultures and indigenous peoples of the Americas, Asia, Oceania, Australia, Polynesia, the Middle East and Africa. This year also features a special exhibition of new works by Australian Aboriginal artists.

    KQED members receive 50% off admission when you present a current KQED MemberCard at the box office. For more info, visit sanfranciscotribalandtextileartshow.com.

    Don’t miss PHOTOFAIRS | San Francisco — the cutting-edge contemporary art fair dedicated to the photographic medium — returning to Fort Mason Center’s Festival Pavilion February 22–25. The fair’s international focus and boutique curation create an excellent environment for discovering and collecting innovative works of art.

    KQED Members enjoy a special 2-for-1 ticket offer using the promotional code KQED2FOR1. For tickets, visit photofairs.org.

    Voted the Best Film Festival by USA Today readers, Cinequest Film & VR Festival is a celebration of creativity and innovation. Cinequest’s impact comes through the discovery of the best new films, connection with fabulous people at events and parties, inspiration from legends, immersion in virtual reality and celebration of art, technology and each other. Running February 27–March 11 in downtown San Jose and Redwood City theaters, Cinequest presents more than 100 world and U.S. premieres by 700 participating artists and innovators from 50 countries.

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    One of the Bay Area’s best-loved chefs is back for a new adventure! Martin Yan returns to KQED with the new series Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom, through which he’ll explore the local flavors of Chengdu — the capital of southwestern China’s Sichuan province. Recognized as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy in 2010, Chengdu is brimming with delicious dishes and snacks on every street. Watch as Yan uncovers the traditions, places and people at the heart of Chengdu’s thriving food scenes, from attending a bamboo banquet to visiting a few of the city’s estimated 30,000 hot pot restaurants. Yan goes beyond Chengdu’s typical Sichuan classics — such as Mapo Tofu, Kung Pao Chicken and Ganbian Sijidou (dry stir-fried green beans) — and journeys deep into the hidden corners of the region’s cuisine to discover the rich cultural and culinary traditions of southwestern China. In 13 episodes, Yan takes viewers throughout the Spice Kingdom and then shows them how to create dishes based on what he’s learned. And no excuses for not trying out these recipes in your own kitchen because if “Yan Can Cook, So Can You!”

    Yan has spent his career promoting Chinese cuisine. Born in Guangzhou in southern China, Yan is a second-generation “culinarian,” who was first inspired by his mother in the tiny kitchen of their family restaurant. After receiving his formal restaurant training in Hong Kong, Yan immigrated to Calgary, Canada, where, on one snowy day, he was asked to appear on a news program to demonstrate Chinese cooking. The rest, as they say, is television history. Premiering in 1982, Yan Can Cook grew to become one of the most popular cooking programs on public television, both in North America and on the global stage. Yan has hosted more than 1,500 episodes of Yan Can Cook, broadcast in over 50 countries. The series has twice won the James Beard Award for Best Food Documentary Show. KQED Presents is proud to represent Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom nationally, which will be distributed via American Public Television in Spring 2018.

    Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom premieres Wednesday, February 14, at 7pm on KQED 9.

    Journey Into Southwestern China on Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom

    Join Martin Yan and PBS Food for Chinese New Year

    The Year of the Dog kicks off Friday, February 16! No Chinese New Year is complete without a home-cooked feast, and this year, Martin Yan and PBS Food are teaming up to bring the best to your table. Check pbs.org/food for traditional recipes and an instructional video leading up to Chinese New Year.

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    than just a place where we live — it’s our home now, and we can’t imagine living anywhere else. People say that I’ve changed West Oakland, but the truth is, West Oakland has changed me,” says Holland. Brown Sugar Kitchen recently earned a Michelin Bib Gourmand and is currently expanding to new locations in uptown Oakland and San Francisco’s Ferry Building. A season 15 Top Chef contender and member of the prestigious Les Dames d’Escoffier, Holland will encourage you to get into the kitchen to create memorable experiences around the table with family and friends. Learn how to make Holland’s famous Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie, Shrimp and Grits, Fried Chicken and Waffles, Dirty Vegetarian Rice and more at kqed.org/celebritychefs.

    KQED invites you into the kitchens of award-winning Bay Area chefs with Bay Area Bites’ new Celebrity Chefs series, featuring video and step-by-step photos of local chefs preparing their signature dishes. Impress your friends and family with these tried-and true recipes for mouthwatering dishes and learn techniques straight from the masters. The series kicks off with Tanya Holland, chef-owner of the celebrated Oakland soul food restaurant Brown Sugar Kitchen. Known for her inventive take on modern soul food as well as for traditional comfort classics, Holland is committed to supporting her community by hiring locally, training aspiring chefs, and purchasing coffee, produce and wine from Oakland producers. “Brown Sugar Kitchen has become more than just a restaurant, it’s a community. West Oakland is more

    Master the Secrets of Celebrity Chefs

    Yield: 6-8 servings1-1/2 cups basmati rice 2 tablespoons vegetable oil1 green onion, finely chopped1 green bell pepper, diced1 red bell pepper, diced1 heaping tablespoon minced garlic1 tablespoon chopped jalapeño chile1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce2 tablespoons tamari or soy sauce2 bay leaves1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme1 tablespoon Creole spice2 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper1 teaspoon coarse salt2 cups fresh spinach leavesFresh chopped Italian parsley for garnish

    In a large bowl, cover rice with cold water. Stir the rice and drain. Repeat this process 5 to 6 times until water runs clear. In a medium saucepan, add washed rice and cover with enough water to measure 1 inch above rice. Bring to a boil, then simmer, partially covered until just done, about 20 minutes; do not overcook. In a large skillet over medium-high heat, heat the oil. Add the onion, peppers, garlic and chile and cook, stirring, until vegetables are tender, about 10 minutes. Add Worcestershire sauce and cooked rice and heat through, stirring until rice is coated with sauce. Add bay leaves, thyme, Creole spice, pepper and salt and stir. Add spinach. Lower heat. Cover and cook for another 15 minutes. Taste and adjust seasonings. Garnish with parsley. Serve immediately.

    Tanya Holland’s Vegetarian Dirty Rice

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    Meet Nastia Voynovskaya, KQED Arts’ new music editor. Prior to joining KQED, Voynovskaya was the music editor at East Bay Express, and has written for VICE, the San Francisco Chronicle, SFMOMA Open Space, Bandcamp and more. She also served as the online editor for Hi-Fructose magazine and arts editor for The Daily Californian at the University of California at Berkeley. Voynovskaya graduated from U.C. Berkeley in 2012, with a B.A. in comparative literature.

    What were your earliest experiences writing about music and when did it click that you wanted to do it professionally?The first piece I ever published was for a student fashion magazine at U.C. Berkeley; it was about a Lil B’s outfit at a Pack concert in 2008. Not long after, I joined the student newspaper, The Daily Cal, where I was assigned to cover Noise Pop in 2010. Since then, I’ve pretty much been addicted — though music writing became my main beat in 2015, when I became music editor at East Bay Express. Once I started writing predominantly about music, it clicked for me that my professional world could merge with what I do for fun, which is go to shows.

    Which types of stories/artists do you gravitate toward?I have a great appreciation for most genres, but I’m most interested in stories with a strong human-interest angle, beyond “this album is cool.” I love to write about artists who are pushing boundaries creatively, sparking conversations about social issues or working to serve the community in some way. E-40, Goapele,

    Arts’ New Music Editor Will Pep Up Your PlaylistsMistah F.A.B., Saturn Rising, King Woman and Brass Liberation Orchestra have been some of my favorite interviews.

    Who’s your dream interview and why?Rihanna. I love her music, her confidence, her fashion sense and her business sense. Also, Björk and Missy Elliott.

    How many shows do you see on average every week? What are some highlights from the past year?I’d say anywhere between one and three shows a week. The best performances I saw all year were Solange — at FYF Fest, Outside Lands and the Greek Theatre — Björk and Missy Elliott at FYF, Gucci Mane at the Warfield and Moses Sumney at Great American Music Hall.

    What are your favorite venues in the Bay Area?Fox Theatre and Great American Music Hall for moving, near-spiritual experiences; Elbo Room, the Legionnaire Saloon, the Layover and Starline Social Club for intimate dance parties and shows.

    Funding for KQED Arts is provided by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Yogen and Peggy Dalal, Diane B. Wilsey, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Kenneth Rainin Foundation, Helen Sarah Steyer, the William and Gretchen Kimball Fund and the members of KQED.

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    advanced screening of American Creed for educators, 5-8pm on Thursday, February 22, at KQED’s San Francisco studios. KQED invites educators to meet the filmmakers Sam Ball and Kate Stilley Steiner, and learn about how to spur conversation, writing and media-making with your students based on the themes in American Creed. There will be food, drinks, special giveaways and time to connect with other educators. Spots are limited and open to anyone who teaches young people in a classroom, after-school program or a community organization. To sign up, visit:tinyurl.com/KQEDAmericanCreed

    Are there ideals Americans share in common? How can educators help students explore and discuss the differences that divide us? Stanford professors Condoleezza Rice and David Kennedy teamed up across party lines to ask these questions in the new film American Creed. The one-hour documentary features stories of unlikely activists, including baseball manager Joe Maddon, novelist Junot Diaz and others who come together to build community around the values that unite us. Interspersed among the stories, first-generation college students discuss what the American Creed means to them. In partnership with the National Writing Project and Facing History and Ourselves, KQED is hosting an

    American Creed Screening for Educators at KQED

    Together with Independent Television Service (ITVS) and PBS Education, KQED is offering a series of film screenings for classrooms followed by panel discussions around Black History Month. Viewers will be able to ask producers and directors questions live through ITVS’ OVEE streaming platform, interacting in real time via text-based chat.

    Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart February 1, 10amAt a time when women, people of color and homosexuals were confined to the margins of society, Lorraine Hansberry (1930–1965), best known for her play A Raisin in the Sun, challenged U.S. society to live up to its ideals. Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart tells the dramatic story of the young, gifted black woman who chose words to fight injustice.tinyurl.com/sighted-eyes

    Tell Them We Are Rising February 15, 10amTell Them We Are Rising explores the pivotal role historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have played in American history, culture and identity over the course of 150 years. This film reveals the rich history of HBCUs and the power of higher education to transform lives and advance civil rights and equality in the face of injustice.tinyurl.com/we-are-rising

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    More Than a Month:A Black History Film and Conversation Series for Teachers and Students

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    Funding for KQED Education is provided by the Koret Foundation, David Bulfer and Kelly Pope, the Cisco Foundation, the Silver Giving Foundation, the Stuart Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, the Panta Rhea Foundation, the Braitmayer Foundation, the Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund and the members of KQED.

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    Your 2017 Contribution Summary Is on the Way KQED Members: This year, for your convenience, we will email a copy of your 2017 KQED Charitable Giving Statement to you, which means that even more of your financial support will go right back into the programming you love because of the reduction in time and costs associated with paper mail. If you do not receive a copy, electronic or paper, of your 2017 Giving Statement by the end of this month, please send an email to [email protected] or call us at 415-553-2150.

    The KQED Community Advisory Panel (CAP) is an all-volunteer board composed of local individuals who deeply value KQED public media. Their commitment to community engagement helps the Board of Directors and KQED content managers ensure that the station serves the cultural and programming needs of its members.

    We have assembled a CAP reflecting the diversity and depth of our KQED audience. This year’s panel members come from different regions, backgrounds and areas of interest. They share a passion for meaningful, engaging and relevant community-driven content. We are deeply invested in developing innovative and inspiring programming at KQED. We look forward to strengthening bonds with our community through outreach, special events and cultural celebrations. I am honored to be serving as chair of the CAP and welcome your programming thoughts, ideas and feedback.

    —Dr. Beverly Yates, Community Advisory Panel Chair

    KQED Welcomes Four New Members to Community Advisory Panel

    Jorge Cuento is a product manager at Google, where he strives to combine his technical skills and economics knowledge to develop products that empower others by opening doors to new economic opportunities. Originally from Southern California, he grew up in a low-income, immigrant, Latino family and experienced firsthand the positive impact that public media can have by making high-quality content accessible to people from all backgrounds.

    Nasrina Bargzie is an Afghan-American Muslim refugee residing in Concord. She is currently a counsel at Boies, Schiller and Flexner LLP in Oakland and a lecturer at Stanford Law. Previously, she directed the National Security Program at Asian Law Caucus, working with directly impacted Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim and South Asian communities, and she worked at the ACLU.

    Janet Miller Evans providescoaching, employee development and career transition services to corporations, nonprofit-organizations and private clientsat her firm Janet Miller Evans& Associates. She is an adjunctprofessor in Professional Studiesat National University. Previously,she held leadership roles at FedEx, IBM, UPS and Comcast.

    Leah Toeniskoetter leads Corporate Citizenship in the western states for Deloitte. A native of the Santa Cruz Mountains, she grew up outdoors and believes in preserving open spaces. Her years at the University of Notre Dame led to study in Europe and Central America and ignited a life of cultural understanding and volunteerism including serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Bolivia.

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    The Invention of Race Thursday, February 15, 8pm Compiled by John Biewen from the Scene on

    Radio podcast, The Invention of Race traces the development of racial and racist ideas from the ancient world up to the founding of the United States as, fundamentally, a nation of and for white people.

    America Abroad TBAWednesday, February 21, 8pm

    Can Do: Stories of Black Visionaries,Seekers, and EntrepreneursThursday, February 22, 8pm A Black History Month special from the

    Kitchen Sisters and PRX featuring stories of black pioneers with host Alfre Woodard.

    The Computer History Museum PresentsAl and Social GoodWednesday, February 28, 8pm Experts survey current efforts and reflecting

    about the longer-term promise of Al for social good.

    Selected ShortsSaturdays, 8pm 2/3 Extended Families with guest host Jane

    Curtin: “A Small Sacrifice for Enormous Happiness,” by Jai Chakrabarti, performed

    State of the Re:UnionRe:Defining Black HistoryThursday, February 1, 8pm In this hour, State of the Re:Union and host Al

    Letson zero in on alternate narratives of Black History — ones edited out of the mainstream imagining — deconstructing the popular perception of certain celebrated moments.

    A Tale of Two Cities: From theCommonwealth ClubLeaders from Detroit and San Francisco DiscussHow to Strengthen CommunitiesWednesday, February 7, 8pm Fred Blackwell, CEO of the San Francisco

    Foundation, and Tonya Allen, CEO of Detroit’s Skillman Foundation, discuss with KQED’s Mina Kim how they have attempted to tackle the enduring challenge of strengthening communities in their regions.

    Intelligence Squared U.S.Unresolved: The American Economy in 2018Thursday, February 8, 8pm The American economy is booming, but

    should we trust that current economic conditions will hold in 2018?

    Snap JudgmentNo Perfect LoveWednesday, February 14, 8pm

    Radio Specials and Highlights

    Following a national search, Mary Louise Kelly has been selected to succeed Robert Siegel as host of NPR’s flagship news program, All Things Considered, alongside Audie Cornish and Ari Shapiro. Most recently, Kelly was NPR’s national security correspondent, covering the CIA and other spy agencies. She has been NPR’s point person on the Russia investigation for the past year and has brought listeners in-depth coverage of terrorism, wars and rising nuclear powers. “Mary Louise Kelly is an immensely talented reporter, and her deep command of the issues make her a formidable interviewer. After a lengthy search, we found precisely what we were looking for close to home. We are thrilled to have her on air every afternoon,” said Chris

    Turpin, acting senior vice president of News. “Mary Louise combines rigorous thinking with the ability to put herself in the listener’s shoes. She will help us usher in a new era of the program.” Kelly McEvers, who for the past two years has co-hosted both All Things Considered and the Embedded podcast, has stepped down from All Things Considered to work exclusively as host and executive producer of Embedded, which will increase its output in 2018. Embedded will expand to become a premiere outlet for NPR’s original, in-depth journalism and will showcase McEvers’ inexhaustible curiosity and passion for tackling complicated, challenging subjects at the center of our culture.

    Mary Louise Kelly to Host All Things ConsideredKelly McEvers to host Embedded full time

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    Find KQED’s schedule of Black History Month programming at kqed.org/heritage.

    AFTERNOON

    noon KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1118 Phnom Penh, Hunan Home’s, Souk Savanh. | R (9) 7pm, 2/4 1am & 1pm; (+) 2/5 1pm

    KQED+ MotorWeek H #3722. | R (+) 2/6 11am

    12:30 KQED 9 Lidia’s Kitchen H Italian Staples.

    KQED+ American Woodshop #2407.1pm KQED 9 Joanne Weir’s Cooking Con-

    fidence | q | Crowd Pleasers. KQED+ KQED Newsroom | q | R (9)

    2/4 5pm

    1:30 KQED 9 Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Braising.

    KQED+ P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home No Passport Necessary. | D

    2pm KQED 9 Martha Bakes Gulf.

    KQED+ A Chef’s Life Stop, Squash and Roll.

    2:30 KQED 9 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef Fun in the Kitchen.

    KQED+ My Greek Table With Diane Kochilas H Flavors of Longev-ity - Ikaria.

    3pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow Knox-ville, Hour 3.

    KQED+ Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1005 Lou’s Cafe, Pappo and Lasalette Restaurant.

    3:30 KQED+ Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television Not Your Mother’s Cake.

    4pm KQED 9 Craftsman’s Legacy H #407 The Rocking Horse Maker.

    KQED+ Pati’s Mexican Table Meals in a Minute.

    4:30 KQED 9 Ask This Old House H | R (+) 2/10 11:30am

    KQED+ Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul | q | Toast to Julia.

    Saturday 3EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 2/5 6am

    KQED+ The Kate Ann Wilson. 12:30 KQED 9 BBC World News

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am KQED 9 Peg + Cat Save the World | D

    KQED+ Masterpiece Classic #4446 The Paradise, Season 2, Part 6.

    7am KQED 9 Daniel Tiger’s Neighbor-hood | D

    KQED+ Masterpiece Classic #4447 The Paradise, Season 2, Part 7.

    7:30 KQED 9 Mister Rogers’ Neighbor-hood | D

    8am KQED 9 Best of The Joy of Painting H #3241 Desert Hues.

    KQED+ Masterpiece Classic #4448 The Paradise, Season 2, Part 8.

    8:30 KQED 9 New Scandinavian Cooking Oil Adventure.

    9am KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area #1006 Papillon Restaurant, Marla Bakery and La Viga Rest.

    KQED+ Dark Angel on Masterpiece #4719. | R (+) 2/9 10:02pm, 2/10 4:02am

    9:30 KQED 9 Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television Milk Street Menu. | R (+) 2/10 3:30pm

    10am KQED 9 Mexico — One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless H A Place of Deeply Rooted Innova-tion. | R (9) 2/4 1:30pm

    10:30 KQED 9 Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul | q | Viva Mexico!

    11am KQED 9 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated #1804.

    KQED+ This Old House 11:30 KQED 9 Cook’s Country Surf and Turf

    Goes Regional.

    KQED+ Ask This Old House

    Friday 2EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Roadtrip Nation | q | Don’t Forget Where You Came From.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #119.

    KQED+ Samantha Brown’s Places to Love Brooklyn, New York.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 KQED Newsroom H | q | R (9) 2/3 1am, 2/4 5pm; (+) 2/3 1pm

    KQED+ Inspector George Gently #104 Gently With the Inno-cents. | R (+) 2/3 1am

    7:30 KQED 9 Washington Week H | R (9) 2/3 1:30am

    8pm KQED 9 Prohibition A Nation of Scoff-laws. | D | R (9) 2/3 2am

    8:30 KQED+ Jack Taylor #101 The Guards. | R (+) 2/3 2:30am

    10pm KQED 9 Great Performances H Nas Live From the Kennedy Center: Classical Hip-Hop. | R (9) 2/3 4am

    KQED+ Masterpiece Mystery! #4433 Miss Marple Season 7: Endless Night. | D | R (+) 2/3 4am

    11pm KQED 9 Film School Shorts | q | Responsible Parties. | R (9) 2/3 5am

    11:30 KQED 9 Music Voyager H Yellow Roads of Italy: Florence Through Tuscany.| R (9) 2/3 5:30am

    KQ ED+ Adventures of Sherlock Holmes #105 The Case of the Baker Street Bachelors. | R (+) 2/3 5:30am, 2/5 11:32pm, 2/6 5:32am

    Nas. Gifted poet. Confessor. Agitator. Metaphor master. Street disciple. Political firebrand. Tongue-twisting genius. With music in his blood, courtesy of his famed blues musician father Olu Dara, the self-taught trumpeter attracted crowds with his playing at age four, wrote his first verse at age seven and, with 1994’s Illmatic, created one of the greatest hip-hop albums of all time before he could legally drink. Watch Nas perform live from the Kennedy Center in this Great Performances special.

    Nas Live From the Kennedy Center: Classical Hip-Hop premieres Friday, February 2, at 10pm on KQED 9.

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    6:30 KQED 9 Articulate With Jim Cotter H Allora & Calzadilla: Displace-ment and Defamiliarization.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Great Fire #103 Episode 3. | R (9) 2/5 1am

    KQED+ Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories | q | The Mundane Afrofuturist Manifesto. | R (+) 2/5 1am

    7:55 KQED 9 Wolf Hall on Masterpiece #4559 Episode 3 | R (9) 2/5 1:55am

    8pm KQED+ Nova Day the Dinosaurs Died. | R (+) 2/5 2am, 2/8 11am

    9pm KQED 9 Victoria Season 2 on Mas-terpiece H #4804 Faith, Hope & Charity. | R (9) 2/5 3am

    KQED+ Boom Bust Boom H | R (+) 2/5 3am

    10pm KQED 9 Queen Elizabeth’s Secret Agents H #102. | R (9) 2/5 4am; (+) 2/23 3pm

    KQED+ The Crowd & The Cloud Even Big Data Starts Small. | D | R (+) 2/5 4am, 2/7 11am

    11pm KQED 9 Roadtrip Nation: Degree of Impact H | q | R (9) 2/5 5am

    KQED+ The Crowd & The Cloud Citizens + Scientists. | D | R (+) 2/5 5am, 2/14 11am

    Monday 5EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Austin City Limits H LCD Soundsystem

    KQED+ Born to Explore With Rich-ard Wiese #112 England: The Queen’s Swan.

    12:30 KQED+ Science Goes to the Movies H Real Dragons.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    Evening

    7pm KQED 9 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated H #1805. | R (9) 2/6 1am, 2/10 11am

    KQED+ Father Brown #113 The Pride of the Prydes. | R (+) 2/6 1am & noon

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1007 Camber Montclair Restaurant & Bar, Cole’s Chop H. | R (9) 2/6 1:30am; (+) 2/6 1pm

    7:48 KQED+ Miss Fisher’s Murder Mys-teries #304 Blood and Money. | R (+) 2/6 1:48am, 2/12 noon

    8pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow H New Orleans, Hour 2. | R (9) 2/6 2am, 2/11 4pm; (+) 2/6 3pm

    8:42 KQED+ Doctor Blake Mysteries #105 Hearts & Flowers. | R (+) 2/6 2:42am

    7:30 KQED 9 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | D

    KQED+ Sara’s Weeknight Meals Arkansas Eats.

    8am KQED 9 Best of The Joy of Painting H High Chanteau.

    KQED+ Martha Bakes Yeasted Break-fast Favorites.

    8:30 KQED 9 Fit 2 Stitch H Weddings.

    KQED+ Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef Beer Makes It Better.

    9am KQED 9 Quilting Arts H Scraps.

    KQED+ Joanne Weir’s Cooking Con-fidence | q | Food Memories.

    9:30 KQED 9 GardenSmart H

    KQED+ Essential Pépin | q | Special Spuds. | D | R (+) 2/5 2pm

    10am KQED 9 Pati’s Mexican Table

    KQED+ The Vietnam War A Disre-spectful Loyalty. | D

    10:30 KQED 9 Julia Child: Cooking With Master Chefs Andre Soltner.

    11am KQED 9 Simply Ming H Ken Oringer.

    11:30 KQED 9 A Chef’s Life H Liver Lover.

    AFTERNOON

    noon KQED 9 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated #1801.

    KQED+ The Vietnam War The Weight of Memory. | D

    12:30 KQED 9 Cook’s Country Ribs and Mashed Potatoes Revisited. | R (+) 2/10 5pm

    1pm KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1118 Phnom Penh, Hunan Home’s, Souk Savanh. | R (+) 2/5 1pm

    1:30 KQED 9 Mexico — One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless A Place of Deeply Rooted Innova-tion.

    2pm KQED 9 Martha Bakes Bakery-Style Cookies. | R (+) 2/13 2:30pm

    KQED+ Vermeer, Beyond Time H2:30 KQED 9 Jacques Pépin: More Fast

    Food My Way | q | Bread Flip. | D

    3pm KQED 9 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Thanksgiving 101.

    3:30 KQED 9 Rick Steves’ Europe Barce-lona and Catalunya.

    KQED+ Karamu: 100 Years in the House H

    4pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow New Orleans, Hour 1.

    KQED+ AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange H Black Panther Woman. | D

    5pm KQED 9 KQED Newsroom | q | KQED+ Boy Scouts of Harlem 759 5:30 KQED 9 PBS NewsHour Weekend H

    6pm KQED 9 Family Ingredients Vietnam, Hanoi - Pho. | R (+) 2/22 9:30am

    KQED+ In Their Own Words Muham-mad Ali.

    5pm KQED 9 This Old House H | R (+) 2/10 11am

    KQED+ Cook’s Country BBQ Thighs and Fried Peach Pies.

    5:30 KQED 9 PBS NewsHour Weekend H

    KQED+ America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated The Ultimate Sticky Buns.

    6pm KQED 9 Smithsonian Salutes Ray Charles: In Performance at the White House | R (+) 2/11 3pm

    KQED+ Joseph Rosendo’s Trav-elscope | q | Cruising The Mediterranean. | D

    6:30 KQED+ Rick Steves’ Europe Bul-garia.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1118 Phnom Penh, Hunan Home’s, Souk Savanh. | R (9) 2/4 1am & 1pm; (+) 2/5 1pm

    KQED+ Penelope Keith at Her Majesty’s Service #103 Hills-borough Castle. | R (+) 2/4 1am

    7:30 KQED 9 Film School Shorts | q | Choices. | R (9) 2/4 1:30am

    8pm KQED 9 Saturday Night Movie H Julia (1977). | R (9) 10pm, 2/4 2am & 4am

    KQED+ Keeping Up Appearances H #402 The Commodore. | R (+) 2/4 2am

    8:30 KQED+ As Time Goes By #127. | R (+) 2/4 2:30am

    9pm KQED+ Mysteries H Case Ten: Over Her Dead Body. | R (+) 2/4 3am

    10pm KQED 9 Saturday Night Movie Julia (1977). | R (9) 2/4 2am & 4am

    10:30 KQED+ Variety Studio: Actors on Actors H | R (+) 2/4 4:30am

    11:30 KQED+ MN Original H #303. | R (9) 2/12 11:30pm, 2/13 5:30am; (+) 2/4 5:30am

    Sunday 4EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Austin City Limits H Father John Misty/The Black Angels.

    KQED+ In the Americas With David Yetman Bogota to the Ama-zon: A Trip Across Colombia

    12:30 KQED+ Music Voyager Peru: Lima Original.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am KQED 9 Wild Kratts

    KQED+ Ellie’s Real Good Food No Brainer Breakfasts.

    6:30 KQED 9 Wild Kratts

    KQED+ New Scandinavian Cooking Drama on a Plate.

    7am KQED 9 Ready Jet Go! | D

    KQED+ America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated Back to Basics.

  • Meet the titans and barons of the glittering late 19th century, whose materialistic extravagance contrasted harshly with the poverty of the struggling workers who challenged them. The vast disparities between them sparked debates still raging today.

    The Gilded Age: American Experience premieres Tuesday, February 6, at 9pm on KQED 9.

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    9pm KQED 9 Nova H #4504 First Face of America. | R (9) 2/8 3am

    9:33 KQED+ Death in Paradise #147. | R (+) 2/8 3:33am

    10pm KQED 9 Impossible Builds H #101 The Scorpion Tower. Follow the construction of one of the most complex skyscrapers ever to make it off the drawing board. | R (9) 2/8 4am; (+) 2/9 10am

    10:30 KQED+ Endeavour Season 4 on Masterpiece #4737 Lazaretto. | D | R (+) 2/8 4:30am

    11pm KQED 9 Live From the Artists Den John Legend. | R (9) 2/8 5am

    Thursday 8EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Globe Trekker Papua New Guinea Islands. | R (+) 2/20 11pm, 2/21 5am

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #122.

    1-7pm Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Martha Bakes H Scandina-vian Cookies. | R (9) 2/9 1am

    KQED+ Catching History’s Crimi-nals #103 Instruments of Mur-der. | R (+) 2/9 1am, 2/12 3pm

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1104 Duende, The Dark Horse Inn and Morimoto Napa. | R (9) 2/9 1:30am, 2/10 noon & 7pm, 2/11 1am & 1pm

    8pm KQED 9 Vera #604 The Sea Glass. | R (9) 2/9 2am

    KQED+ Penelope Keith at Her Majesty’s Service H #104 Caernarfon Castle. | R (+) 2/9 2am & 3pm, 2/10 7pm, 2/11 1am

    9pm KQED 9 The Gilded Age: American Experience H | D | R (9) 2/7 3am

    KQED+ Dickensian #109. | R (+) 2/7 3am & noon

    10pm KQED+ Masterpiece Classic #4512 Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Epi-sode 3. | R (+) 2/7 4am

    11pm KQED 9 Front and Center H #805 CMA Songwriters Series Pres-ents: Miranda Lambert. | R (9) 2/7 5am; (+) 2/13 mid

    KQED+ Globe Trekker Hawaii. | R (+) 2/7 5am

    Wednesday 7EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Our California Amara’s Chocolate, Yo-Yo Museum, Solvang Restaurant.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #121.

    KQED+ Today’s Wild West H Mus-tangs / Mules / Brenn Hill / Olaf.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Pati’s Mexican Table Izamal — Gold & God. | R (9) 2/8 1am

    KQED+ Midsomer Murders #903 Dead Letters, Part 1. | R (+) 2/8 1am & noon

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #221 La Folie, Aldo’s Ristorante & Bar, Golden Lotus. | R (9) 2/8 1:30am, 2/10 9am; (+) 2/8 1pm

    7:52 KQED+ Midsomer Murders #904 Dead Letters, Part 2. | R (+) 2/8 1:52am, 2/9 noon

    8pm KQED 9 Animals With Cameras, a Nature Miniseries H | D | R (9) 2/8 2am; (+) 2/9 11am

    8:40 KQED+ New Tricks #708 Coming Out Ball. | R (+) 2/8 2:40am

    9pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow Jack-sonville, Hour 1. | R (9) 2/6 3am, 2/10 3pm

    9:40 KQED+ Grantchester Season 2 on Masterpiece #4620 Episode 1. | D | R (+) 2/6 3:40am

    10pm KQED 9 Independent Lens H Winnie. | D | R (9) 2/6 4am

    10:38 KQED+ Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime #106 N or M? Part 3. | R (+) 2/6 4:38am

    11:30 KQED 9 MN Original #302 Eric William Carroll, Aby Wolf, Michael Hall, Hmong Breakers Leadership Council. | R (9) 2/6 5:30am

    11:32 KQED+ Adventures of Sherlock Holmes #105 The Case of the Baker Street Bachelors. | R (+) 2/6 5:32am

    Tuesday 6EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Front and Center Beth Hart. 12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #120.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 A Chef’s Life A Road Trip for Rice. | R (9) 2/7 1am

    KQED+ The Great British Baking Show #206 Sweet Dough. | R (+) 2/7 1am

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1008 Kingston 11 Cuisine, 31st Union and the Campton Pl. | R (9) 2/7 1:30am; (+) 2/7 1pm, 2/10 3pm

    8pm KQED 9 We’ll Meet Again H Lost Children of Vietnam. | R (9) 2/7 2am; (+) 2/8 3pm

    KQED+ British Antiques Roadshow H Barrington Court 2. | R (+) 2/7 2am & 3pm, 2/11 11am

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    KQED+ On Story Neo Noir: The Modern Day Film Noir.

    11am KQED 9 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated #1805.

    KQED+ This Old House 11:30 KQED 9 Cook’s Country Big Family

    Breakfast.

    KQED+ Ask This Old House.AFTERNOON

    noon KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1104 Duende, The Dark Horse Inn and Morimoto Napa. | R (9) 7pm, 2/11 1am & 1pm

    KQED+ MotorWeek H | R (+) 2/13 11am

    12:30 KQED 9 Lidia’s Kitchen H Meatballs.

    KQED+ American Woodshop 1pm KQED 9 Joanne Weir’s Plates and

    Places H | q | #101. | R (+) 2/12 1:30pm

    KQED+ KQED Newsroom | q | R (9) 2/11 5pm

    1:30 KQED 9 Martha Stewart’s Cooking School Rice.

    KQED+ P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home | D

    2pm KQED 9 Martha Bakes Pennsylvania Dutch.

    KQED+ A Chef’s Life Pretty in Peach.2:30 KQED 9 Hubert Keller: Secrets of a

    Chef Healthy and Delicious, Part 1.

    KQED+ My Greek Table With Diane Kochilas H Ancient Grains for Modern Cooks.

    3pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow Jack-sonville, Hour 1.

    KQED+ Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1008 Kingston 11 Cuisine, 31st Union and the Campton Pl.

    3:30 KQED+ Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television Milk Street Menu.

    4pm KQED 9 Craftsman’s Legacy H The Arrow Maker.

    11pm KQED 9 Film School Shorts | q | It’s in the Blood. | R (9) 2/10 5am, 2/11 11:30pm, 2/12 5:30am

    11:30 KQED 9 Music Voyager H Yellow Roads of Italy: "All roads lead to Rome" (Umbria and onwards to Rome). | R (9) 2/10 5:30am

    Saturday 10EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 2/12 6am

    KQED+ The Kate Jane Lynch. 12:30 KQED 9 BBC World News

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am KQED 9 Arthur: D.W. and the Beastly Birthday | D

    KQED+ Wallander Season 4 on Masterpiece #4626 The White Lioness. | D

    7am KQED 9 Daniel Tiger’s Neighbor-hood | D

    7:30 KQED 9 Mister Rogers’ Neighbor-hood H | D

    KQED+ Wallander Season 4 on Masterpiece #4627 A Lesson In Love. | D

    8am KQED 9 Best of The Joy of Painting H #3242 Back Country Path.

    8:30 KQED 9 New Scandinavian Cooking Costal Express.

    9am KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #221 La Folie, Aldo’s Ris-torante & Bar, Golden Lotus.

    KQED+ Wallander Season 4 on Masterpiece #4628 The Troubled Man. | D

    9:30 KQED 9 Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Television Milk Street Holidays.

    10am KQED 9 Mexico — One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless H Chocolate Dreams, Cacao Fantasies. | R (9) 2/11 1:30pm

    10:30 KQED 9 Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul | q | Kitchen Companions.

    9pm KQED+ Tony Bennett: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song | R (+) 2/9 3am

    9:30 KQED 9 Shetland #114 Episode 6. | R (9) 2/9 3:30am

    10:30 KQED 9 Secrets of the Dead The Alcatraz Escape. | D | R (9) 2/9 4:30am; (+) 2/11 10am

    KQED+ American Epic Out of the Many, the One. | D | R (+) 2/9 4:30am

    11:30 KQED 9 On Story Psychological Thrill-ers. | R (9) 2/9 5:30am

    Friday 9EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Roadtrip Nation | q | Cross the Ocean, Build Bridges.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #123.

    KQED+ Samantha Brown’s Places to Love Shanghai, China.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 KQED Newsroom H | q | R (9) 2/10 1am, 2/11 5pm; (+) 2/10 1pm

    KQED+ Inspector George Gently #105 Gently in the Night. | R (+) 2/10 1am

    7:30 KQED 9 Washington Week H | R (9) 2/10 1:30am

    8pm KQED 9 Prohibition A Nation of Hypo-crites. | D | R (9) 2/10 2am

    8:30 KQED+ Jack Taylor #102 The Pike-men. | R (+) 2/10 2:30am

    10pm KQED 9 Fats Domino: American Masters | R (9) 2/10 4am

    10:02 KQED+ Dark Angel on Masterpiece #4719. | R (+) 2/10 4:02am

    Brokenwood, New Zealand is a small, rural town where memories — and animosities — run deep. When Detective Senior Sergeant Mike Shepherd arrives on assignment to investigate a possible murder, he begins to reassess his life and decides to stay on indefinitely. As he settles into the quieter country life, he forges relationships with his colleagues, including Detective Constable Kristin Sims who initially questions his unusual method of doing things. Together, they navigate small town politics amid murder and other mysteries.

    New episodes from The Brokenwood Mysteries season 3 air Saturday, February 10, at 8pm and 9:33pm on KQED Plus.

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    3:30 KQED 9 Rick Steves’ Europe Little Europe: San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City, Liechtenstein, and Andorra.

    4pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow New Orleans, Hour 2.

    KQED+ AfroPop: The Ultimate Cul-tural Exchange H He Who Dances on Wood, Kojo and Lonnie Holley: The Truth of the Dirt. | D

    5pm KQED 9 KQED Newsroom | q | KQED+ The March 5:30 KQED 9 PBS NewsHour Weekend H

    6pm KQED 9 Family Ingredients Lana’I — Venison.

    KQED+ STAND! Untold Stories of the Civil Rights Movement H

    6:30 KQED 9 Articulate With Jim Cotter H Kenny Scharf: Here to Stay.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Great Fire #104 Episode 4. | R (9) 2/12 1am

    KQED+ Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories | q | FREE: The Power of Performance. | R (+) 2/12 1am

    7:55 KQED 9 Wolf Hall on Masterpiece #4560 Episode 4. | R (9) 2/12 1:55am

    8pm KQED+ Nova Black Hole Apocalypse, Part 1 and 2. | R (+) 2/12 2am

    9pm KQED 9 Victoria Season 2 on Mas-terpiece H #4805 The King Over The Water. | R (9) 2/12 3am

    10pm KQED 9 Queen Elizabeth’s Secret Agents H #103. | R (9) 2/12 4am

    KQED+ The Crowd & The Cloud Viral vs. Virus. | D | R (+) 2/12 4am, 2/21 11am

    11pm KQED 9 MN Original #203. | R (9) 2/12 5am

    KQED+ The Crowd & The Cloud Citizens4earth. | D | R (+) 2/12 5am, 2/28 11am

    11:30 KQED 9 Film School Shorts | q | It’s in the Blood. | R (9) 2/12 5:30am

    Monday 12EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Austin City Limits H Dan Auerbach / Shinyribs

    KQED+ Born to Explore With Rich-ard Wiese Cyprus: Cleopatra’s Secret Island.

    12:30 KQED+ Science Goes to the Movies H Physics and the Flash.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    KQED+ New Scandinavian Cooking Tina’s French Pantry.

    7am KQED 9 Ready Jet Go! | D | R (9) 2/12 7am; (+) 2/12 6:30pm

    KQED+ America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated New England Classics.

    7:30 KQED 9 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! | D

    KQED+ Sara’s Weeknight Meals 5 Ingredients Spells Dinner.

    8am KQED 9 Best of The Joy of Painting H Misty Forest Oval.

    KQED+ Martha Bakes Better (for You) Bake Sale.

    8:30 KQED 9 Fit 2 Stitch H Casual Events and Parties.

    KQED+ Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef The Great Pies of France. | D

    9am KQED 9 Quilting Arts H Every Picture Tells A Story.

    KQED+ Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence | q | Summer’s Bounty.

    9:30 KQED 9 GardenSmart H

    KQED+ Essential Pépin | q | Eco-nomical Offal. | D

    10am KQED 9 Pati’s Mexican Table

    KQED+ Secrets of the Dead The Alcatraz Escape. | D

    10:30 KQED 9 Julia Child: Cooking With Master Chefs Nancy Silver-ton.

    11am KQED 9 Simply Ming H Mom and Pops.

    KQED+ British Antiques Roadshow Barrington Court 2.

    11:30 KQED 9 A Chef’s Life H King Corn-bread.

    AFTERNOON

    noon KQED 9 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated #1802.

    KQED+ Great Performances at the Met H Norma.

    12:30 KQED 9 Cook’s Country Bourbon and Broccoli Hit The Grill.

    1pm KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1104 Duende, The Dark Horse Inn and Morimoto Napa.

    1:30 KQED 9 Mexico — One Plate at a Time With Rick Bayless Chocolate Dreams, Cacao Fantasies.

    2pm KQED 9 Martha Bakes Naturally Glu-ten-Free. | R (+) 2/20 2:30pm

    2:30 KQED 9 Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | q | Seafood Tricks. | D

    3pm KQED 9 Sara’s Weeknight Meals Soups On!

    KQED+ Smithsonian Salutes Ray Charles: In Performance at the White House #2202.

    KQED+ Pati’s Mexican Table Family Fiesta.

    4:30 KQED 9 Ask This Old House H

    KQED+ Jacques Pépin: Heart & Soul | q | Cooking From Le Pelican.

    5pm KQED 9 This Old House H

    KQED+ Cook’s Country Ribs and Mashed Potatoes Revisited.

    5:30 KQED 9 PBS NewsHour Weekend H

    KQED+ America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated Hearty One Pot Meals.

    6pm KQED 9 Fats Domino — Walkin’ Back to New Orleans H

    KQED+ Joseph Rosendo’s Trav-elscope | q | Christmas In Switzerland. | D

    6:30 KQED+ Rick Steves’ Europe Roma-nia.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1104 Duende, The Dark Horse Inn and Morimoto Napa. | R (9) 2/11 1am & 1pm

    KQED+ Penelope Keith at Her Majesty’s Service #104 Caer-narfon Castle. | R (+) 2/11 1am

    7:30 KQED 9 Film School Shorts | q | Lives in Limbo. | R (9) 2/11 1:30am; (+) 2/26 11:36pm, 2/27 5:36am

    8pm KQED 9 Saturday Night Movie H Laura (1944). | R (9) 9:30pm, 2/11 2am & 3:30am

    KQED+ The Brokenwood Mysteries H #303 Case Eleven: The Kill-ing Machine. | R (+) 2/11 2am

    9:30 KQED 9 Saturday Night Movie Laura (1944). | R (9) 2/11 2am & 3:30am

    9:33 KQED+ The Brokenwood Mysteries H #304 Case Twelve: A Merry Bloody Christmas. | R (+) 2/11 3:33am

    11pm KQED 9 Secrets of Her Majesty’s Secret Service | R (9) 2/11 5am

    KQED+ Variety Studio: Actors on Actors H | R (+) 2/11 5am

    Sunday 11EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Austin City Limits H Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit/Aman-da Shires.

    KQED+ In The Americas With David Yetman Gift of the Andes: Mendoza, Argentina, and Its Wines.

    12:30 KQED+ Music Voyager Peru: Paracas. 1-6am Repeats the previous

    night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am KQED 9 Wild Kratts

    KQED+ Ellie’s Real Good Food Office Food Overhaul.

    6:30 KQED 9 Wild Kratts

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    Thursday 15EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Globe Trekker Food Hour: The Story of Beef.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #126.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Martha Bakes H Cookies of Australia & New Zealand. | R (9) 2/16 1am

    KQED+ Favorite Love Songs (My Music) | s | R (+) 2/16 1am, 2/17 10:30pm, 2/18 4:30am

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1106 Flatiron, Shakewell, Firenze By Night. | R (9) 2/16 1:30am, 2/17 noon; (+) 2/16 1pm

    8pm KQED 9 The Story of the Jews With Simon Schama | s | #101 The Beginning. | D | R (9) 2/16 2am, 2/18 6:30pm, 2/19 12:30am, 2/22 1pm; (+) 2/18 2:30pm, 2/22 9pm, 2/23 3am, 2/25 9am

    8:30 KQED+ Hamilton’s America | s | R (+) 2/16 2:30am, 2/18 8pm, 2/19 2am, 2/22 10am

    9:30 KQED 9 '70s Soul Superstars (My Music) | s | R (9) 2/16 3:30am, 2/17 3pm, 2/18 12:30pm

    10:30 KQED+ I’ll Have It My Way With Hat-tie Bryant | s | R (9) 2/18 7am; (+) 2/16 4:30am

    Friday 16EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Roadtrip Nation | q | Know Where Home Is.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #127.

    KQED+ Samantha Brown’s Places to Love Huntsville, Alabama.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 KQED Newsroom H | q | R (9) 2/17 1am, 2/18 5pm

    KQED+ Inspector George Gently #106 Gently in the Blood. | R (+) 2/17 1am

    7:30 KQED 9 Washington Week H | R (9) 2/17 1:30am

    8pm KQED 9 We Are Superman H | R (9) 2/17 2am; (+) 2/21 10am

    8:30 KQED+ Jack Taylor #103 The Magda-len Martyrs. | R (+) 2/17 2:30am

    9pm KQED 9 Bombing of Wall Street: American Experience H | D | R (9) 2/14 3am; (+) 2/14 10am

    KQED+ Dickensian #110. | R (+) 2/14 3am & noon

    10pm KQED 9 Frontline H The Gang Crack-down. | R (9) 2/14 4am

    10:20 KQED+ Masterpiece Classic #4513 Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Epi-sode 4. | R (+) 2/14 4:20am

    11pm KQED 9 Front and Center H Sheryl Crow. | R (9) 2/14 5am; (+) 2/20 mid

    11:30 KQED+ Rhythm Abroad Tahiti, French Polynesia. | R (+) 2/14 5:30am

    Wednesday 14EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Our California Toni’s Cafe, Antique Engine Museum, All About Equine.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #125.

    KQED+ Today’s Wild West H Tomb-stone Ranch / Geronimo’s Hideout / Old Tucson Studios.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom H | q | #101H. | R (9) 2/15 1am

    KQED+ Midsomer Murders #905 Vixen’s Run, Part 1. | R (+) 2/15 1am & noon

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #603 Elite Cafe, Grand Oaks, Risibisi. | R (9) 2/15 1:30am

    7:52 KQED+ Midsomer Murders #906 Vixen’s Run, Part 2. | R (+) 2/15 1:52am, 2/16 noon

    8pm KQED 9 Animals With Cameras, a Nature Miniseries H | D | R (9) 2/15 2am; (+) 2/16 11am

    8:38 KQED+ New Tricks #709 Gloves Off. | R (+) 2/15 2:38am

    9pm KQED 9 Nova H Great Escape at Dunkirk. | R (9) 2/15 3am

    9:30 KQED+ Death in Paradise #148. | R (+) 2/15 3:30am

    10pm KQED 9 Impossible Builds H #102 Europe in the Desert. | R (9) 2/15 4am; (+) 2/16 10am

    10:30 KQED+ Endeavour Season 4 on Masterpiece #4738 Harvest. | D | R (+) 2/15 4:30am

    11pm KQED 9 Live From the Artists Den OneRepublic. | R (9) 2/15 5am

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated H #1806. | R (9) 2/13 1am, 2/17 11am

    KQED+ Father Brown #114 The Shadow of the Scaffold. | R (+) 2/13 1am & noon

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #224 Holy Land, Sodini’s Bertolucci’s Ristorante, B44 Catalan Bistro. | R (9) 2/13 1:30am

    7:48 KQED+ Miss Fisher’s Murder Mys-teries #305 Death & Hysteria. | R (+) 2/13 1:48am, 2/19 noon

    8pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow H New Orleans, Hour 3. | R (9) 2/13 2am; (+) 2/13 3pm

    8:45 KQED+ Doctor Blake Mysteries #106 If The Shoe Fits. | R (+) 2/13 2:45am

    9pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow Jack-sonville, Hour 2. | R (9) 2/13 3am

    9:45 KQED+ Grantchester Season 2 on Masterpiece #4621 Episode 2. | D | R (+) 2/13 3:45am

    10pm KQED 9 POV H Do Not Resist. | R (9) 2/13 4am

    10:42 KQED+ Remember Me #101. | R (+) 2/13 4:42am, 2/23 8:30pm, 2/24 2:30am

    11:30 KQED 9 MN Original #303. | R (9) 2/13 5:30am

    Tuesday 13EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Front and Center CMA Songwriters Series Presents: Miranda Lambert.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #124.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 A Chef’s Life A Peanut Pas-time. | R (9) 2/14 1am

    KQED+ The Great British Baking Show #207 Pastry. | R (+) 2/14 1am

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1105 Gasthaus Leopold’s, Tamarine Restaurant and Gal-lery, Sushi Rapture. | R (9) 2/14 1:30am

    8pm KQED 9 We’ll Meet Again H Heroes of 9/11. | R (9) 2/14 2am; (+) 2/15 3pm

    KQED+ British Antiques Roadshow H Ashton Court 1. | R (+) 2/14 2am & 3pm

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    5pm KQED 9 KQED Newsroom | q |5:30 KQED 9 PBS NewsHour Weekend H

    6pm KQED 9 Our American Family: The Clarks | R (9) 2/19 mid

    KQED+ Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You | s | R (9) 2/24 7am, 2/25 11am; (+) 2/19 mid, 2/22 7pm, 2/23 1am, 2/24 noon & 9:30pm, 2/25 3:30am

    6:30 KQED 9 The Story of the Jews With Simon Schama | s | #101 The Beginning. | D | R (9) 2/19 12:30am, 2/22 1pm; (+) 2/22 9pm, 2/23 3am, 2/25 9am

    EVENING

    7:58 KQED 9 Wolf Hall on Masterpiece #4561 Episode 5. | R (9) 2/19 1:58am

    8pm KQED+ Hamilton’s America | s | R (+) 2/19 2am, 2/22 10am

    9pm KQED 9 Victoria Season 2 on Mas-terpiece H #4806 The Luxury of Conscience. | R (9) 2/19 3am

    10pm KQED 9 Secrets of the Tower of London | R (9) 2/19 4am; (+) 2/19 3pm

    KQED+ This Land Is Your Land (My Music) | s | R (+) 2/19 4am, 2/24 7:30am

    11pm KQED 9 MN Original #204. | R (9) 2/19 5am

    11:30 KQED 9 Film School Shorts | q | Future. | R (9) 2/19 5:30am

    KQED+ Sun Studio Sessions Jason D. Williams. | R (+) 2/19 5:30am

    Monday 19EARLY

    mid-6am Repeats the previous night’s 6pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated H #1807. | R (9) 2/20 1am, 2/24 11am

    KQED+ Father Brown #115 The Mys-teries of the Rosary. | R (+) 2/20 1am & noon

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #606 Rhea’s Market and Deli, Sauce, the girl & the fig. | R (9) 2/20 1:30am

    7:48 KQED+ Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries #306 Death at the Grand. | R (+) 2/20 1:48am, 2/26 noon

    8pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow H St. Louis, Hour 1. | R (9) 2/20 2am; (+) 2/20 3pm

    8:46 KQED+ Doctor Blake Mysteries #107 Bedlam. | R (+) 2/20 2:46am

    5:30 KQED 9 PBS NewsHour Weekend H

    6pm KQED 9 Magic Moments — The Best of ’50’s Pop (My Music #102) | s | R (9) 2/18 mid & 3pm, 2/24 1:30pm

    KQED+ The Highwaymen Live at Nassau Coliseum | s | R (+) 2/18 mid, 2/22 10:30pm, 2/23 4:30am

    EVENING

    7:30 KQED+ Il Volo Notte | s | R (+) 2/18 1:30am

    8pm KQED 9 Saturday Night Movie H Casablanca (1942). | R (9) 9:45pm, 2/18 2am & 3:45am

    9pm KQED+ Great Performances | s | Pavarotti: A Voice for the Ages. | R (+) 2/18 3am, 2/24 9am

    9:45 KQED 9 Saturday Night Movie Casa-blanca (1942). | R (9) 2/18 2am & 3:45am

    10:30 KQED+ Favorite Love Songs (My Music) | s | R (+) 2/18 4:30am

    11:30 KQED 9 On Story Norman Lear: A Ret-rospective. | R (9) 2/18 5:30am

    Sunday 18EARLY

    mid-6am Repeats the previous night’s 6pm to midnight schedule.

    6am KQED 9 Wild Kratts

    KQED+ Ellie’s Real Good Food The Goods on Gluten-Free.

    6:30 KQED 9 Wild Kratts

    KQED+ Feel Better With Pressure Point Therapy | s |

    7am KQED 9 I’ll Have It My Way With Hat-tie Bryant | s |

    7:30 KQED+ Visions of Italy, Southern Style | s |

    8:30 KQED 9 Eat to Live With Joel Fuhrman, MD | s | R (+) 4pm

    9am KQED+ Nature | s | Yosemite | D | R (+) 2/24 6am

    10:30 KQED 9 Celtic Woman — Homecom-ing: Ireland | s |

    KQED+ Great Performances | s | The Moody Blues: Days of Future Passed Live. | R (9) 2/22 10pm, 2/23 4am, 2/24 3:30pm, 2/25 6pm, 2/26 mid; (+) 2/24 6pm, 2/25 mid

    AFTERNOON

    12:30 KQED 9 ’70s Soul Superstars (My Music) | s |

    KQED+ Big Band Years | s | R (+) 2/24 4pm, 2/25 7am

    2:30 KQED+ The Story of the Jews With Simon Schama | s | #101 The Beginning. | D | R (9) 6:30pm, 2/19 12:30am, 2/22 1pm; (+) 2/22 9pm, 2/23 3am, 2/25 9am

    3pm KQED 9 Magic Moments — The Best of ’50’s Pop (My Music #102) | s | R (9) 2/24 1:30pm

    4pm KQED+ Eat to Live With Joel Fuhrman, MD | s |

    9pm KQED 9 Maya Angelou: American Masters | R (9) 2/17 3am

    10pm KQED+ Doc Martin and the Legend of the Cloutie | R (+) 2/17 4am

    11pm KQED 9 Film School Shorts | q | Future. | R (9) 2/17 5am, 2/18 11:30pm, 2/19 5:30am

    11:18 KQED+ Adventures of Sherlock Holmes #106 Baker Street Nursemaids. | R (+) 2/17 5:18am

    11:30 KQED 9 Music Voyager Telluride. | R (9) 2/17 5:30am

    Saturday 17EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 2/19 6am

    KQED+ The Kate Darlene Love. 12:30 KQED 9 BBC World News H

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am KQED 9 Wild Kratts

    KQED+ Visions of Europe | s |6:30 KQED 9 Age Reversed With Miranda

    Esmonde-White | s | R (9) 2/25 6:30am; (+) 4:30pm, 2/24 10:30am

    7:30 KQED+ Best of Majestic Nature | s |8am KQED 9 The Healing Mind With Dr.

    Martin Rossman | s |

    8:30 KQED+ Desert Dreams: Celebrat-ing Five Seasons in the Sonoran Desert | s |

    9:30 KQED 9 Victor Borge: 100 Years of Music & Laughter! | s |

    10am KQED+ Ric Edelman’s The Truth About You | s |

    11am KQED 9 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated #1806.

    11:30 KQED 9 Cook’s Country A Taste of Tennessee.

    AFTERNOON

    noon KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1106 Flatiron, Shakewell, Firenze By Night.

    KQED+ Great Performances | s | Pavarotti: A Voice for the Ages. | R (+) 9pm, 2/18 3am, 2/24 9am

    12:30 KQED 9 Lidia’s Kitchen H The Dessert Table.

    1pm KQED 9 Rock, Rhythm & Doo Wop | s | R (9) 2/24 9am

    1:30 KQED+ Dr. Christiane Northrup — Glorious Women Never Age! | s |

    3pm KQED 9 ’70s Soul Superstars (My Music) | s | R (9) 2/18 12:30pm

    KQED+ New Rules of Food With Kristin Kirkpatrick | s |

    4:30 KQED+ Age Reversed With Miranda Esmonde-White | R (9) 2/25 6:30am; (+) 2/24 10:30am

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    9pm KQED 9 Nova H Prediction by the Numbers. | R (9) 2/22 3am

    9:33 KQED+ Death in Paradise #101 Ar-riving in Paradise. | R (+) 2/22 3:33am

    10pm KQED 9 Impossible Builds H The Floating House. | R (9) 2/22 4am; (+) 2/23 10am

    10:30 KQED+ Masterpiece Mystery! #4422 Endeavour, Season 2: Trove. | D | R (+) 2/22 4:30am

    11pm KQED 9 Live From the Artists Den Lady Antebellum. | R (9) 2/22 5am

    Thursday 22EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Globe Trekker Food Hour: The Story of Beer.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #130.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Martha Bakes H North Ameri-can Cookie. | R (9) 2/23 1am

    KQED+ Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You | s | R (9) 2/24 7am, 2/25 11am; (+) 2/23 1am, 2/24 noon & 9:30pm, 2/25 3:30am

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1107 Backdoor Bistro and Wine Bar, Kingdom of Dumpling, John Ash and Co. Restaurant. | R (9) 2/23 1:30am, 2/24 noon; (+) 2/23 1pm

    8pm KQED 9 Pavlo Live in Kastoria H | s | R (9) 2/23 2am, 2/24 6pm, 2/25 mid & 3pm; (+) 2/25 8pm, 2/26 2am

    KQED+ Masterpiece Classic #4514 Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Epi-sode 5. | R (+) 2/21 3am

    10pm KQED+ Masterpiece Classic #4515 Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Epi-sode 6. | R (+) 2/21 4am

    11pm KQED 9 Front and Center H Seal. | R (9) 2/21 5am; (+) 2/27 mid

    KQED+ Globe Trekker Papua New Guinea Islands. | R (+) 2/21 5am

    Wednesday 21EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Our California California Auto Museum, Sugar n’ Spice, Penny Pickles Museum.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #129.

    KQED+ Today’s Wild West H Rankin Ranch / Riding the Rose Pa-rade / Indian Arts Market.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Yan Can Cook: Spice King-dom H | q | #102. | R (9) 2/22 1am

    KQED+ Midsomer Murders #909 Four Funerals and a Wedding, Part 1. | R (+) 2/22 1am & noon

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #710 Salute E Vita Ris-torante, Lolo Restaurant and Le G. | R (9) 2/22 1:30am

    7:50 KQED+ Midsomer Murders #910 Four Funerals and a Wedding, Part 2. | R (+) 2/22 1:50am, 2/23 noon

    8pm KQED 9 Nature H The Last Rhino. | R (9) 2/22 2am; (+) 2/23 11am

    8:40 KQED+ New Tricks #710 The 4th Man. | R (+) 2/22 2:40am

    9pm KQED 9 Independent Lens H Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universi-ties. | R (9) 2/20 3am

    9:45 KQED+ Grantchester Season 2 on Masterpiece #4622 Episode 3. | D | R (+) 2/20 3:45am

    10:30 KQED 9 Jewish Film Showcase H #103 Ahead of Time: The Extraordinary Journey of Ruth Gruber. | R (9) 2/20 4:30am

    10:43 KQED+ Remember Me #102. | R (+) 2/20 4:43am, 2/23 9:30pm, 2/24 3:30am

    Tuesday 20EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Front and Center Sheryl Crow.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #128.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 A Chef’s Life Love Me Some Candied Yams! | R (9) 2/21 1am

    KQED+ The Great British Baking Show #208 Quarter Final. | R (+) 2/21 1am

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #608 Dosa, Sapore Italiano Ristorante, Gather. | R (9) 2/21 1:30am

    8pm KQED 9 We’ll Meet Again H Freedom Summer. | R (9) 2/21 2am; (+) 2/22 3pm

    KQED+ The Great British Baking Show #209 French Week. | R (+) 2/21 2am

    9pm KQED 9 Frontline Bitter Rivals: Iran and Saudi Arabia, Part 1. | R (9) 2/21 3am

    Sudan is the last male of his sub-species, the Northern White Rhinoceros. Watch as Nature chronicles his harrowing journey on “The Last Rhino” through the international cast of characters who have been involved in Sudan’s life, from when he was snatched as a calf from his mother’s side in war-torn Central Africa, to his captivity as a prized exhibit in a cold, concrete zoo behind the Iron Curtain while poaching devastated his kind to extinction back home. Now 43 years old and half-blind, Sudan is living out his days under 24-hour armed guard, on a protective sanctuary in Kenya.

    Nature’s “The Last Rhino” premieres Wednesday, February 9, at 9pm on KQED 9.

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    Sunday 25EARLY

    mid-6am Repeats the previous night’s 6pm to midnight schedule.

    6am KQED 9 Wild Kratts

    KQED+ Ellie’s Real Good Food Sweet Tooth Satisfiers.

    6:30 KQED 9 Age Reversed With Miranda Esmonde-White | s |

    KQED+ New Scandinavian Cooking Pale Fish.

    7am KQED+ Big Band Years | s |8am KQED 9 Joe Bonamassa: Muddy

    Wolf at Red Rocks | s |

    9am KQED+ The Story of the Jews With Simon Schama | s | The Beginning. | D

    9:30 KQED 9 Andrea Bocelli - Landmarks Live in Concert: A Great Performances Special | s |

    10:30 KQED+ Africa’s Great Civilizations | s | Origins. | D

    11am KQED 9 Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You | s |

    11:34 KQED+ Africa’s Great Civilizations | s |The Cross and the Cres-cent. | D

    AFTERNOON

    12:47 KQED+ Africa’s Great Civilizations | s | The Atlantic Age/Com-merce and the Clash of Civiliza-tions. | D

    1pm KQED 9 Johnny Mathis — Wonder-ful Wonderful (My Music Presents) | s |

    2pm KQED+ Africa’s Great Civilizations | s | Cities. | D

    3pm KQED 9 Pavlo Live in Kastoria | s | R (+) 8pm, 2/26 2am

    3:20 KQED+ Africa’s Great Civilizations | s | The Atlantic Age / Com-merce and the Clash of Civiliza-tions. | D

    4:40 KQED+ Africa’s Great Civilizations | s | Commerce and the Clash of Civilizations. | D

    5pm KQED 9 KQED Newsroom | q |5:30 KQED 9 PBS NewsHour Weekend H

    6pm KQED 9 Great Performances | s | The Moody Blues: Days of Future Passed Live. | R (9) 2/26 mid

    KQED+ Brain Maker With David Perlmutter, MD | s | R (+) 2/26 mid

    EVENING

    7:58 KQED 9 Wolf Hall on Masterpiece #4562 Episode 6. | R (9) 2/26 1:58am

    8pm KQED+ Pavlo Live In Kastoria | s | R (+) 2/26 2am

    9pm KQED 9 Victoria Season 2 on Mas-terpiece H #4807. | R (9) 2/26 3am

    7am KQED 9 Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You | s | R (9) 2/25 11am; (+) noon & 9:30pm, 2/25 3:30am

    7:30 KQED+ This Land Is Your Land (My Music) | s |

    9am KQED 9 Rock, Rhythm & Doo Wop | s |

    KQED+ Great Performances | s | Pavarotti: A Voice for the Ages.

    10:30 KQED+ Age Reversed With Miranda Esmonde-White | s | R (9) 2/25 6:30am

    11am KQED 9 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated #1807.

    11:30 KQED 9 Cook’s Country The Devil Made Me Do It.

    AFTERNOON

    noon KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #1107 Backdoor Bistro and Wine Bar, Kingdom of Dumpling, John Ash and Co. Restaurant.

    KQED+ Suze Orman’s Financial So-lutions for You | s | R (9) 2/25 11am; (+) 9:30pm, 2/25 3:30am

    12:30 KQED 9 Lidia’s Kitchen H Slow Cook-ing.

    1pm KQED 9 Joanne Weir’s Plates and Places H | q | #102.

    1:30 KQED 9 Magic Moments - The Best of 50’s Pop (My Music #102) | s |

    2pm KQED+ Brain Maker With David Perlmutter, MD | s | R (+) 2/25 6pm, 2/26 mid

    3:30 KQED 9 Great Performances | s | The Moody Blues: Days of Future Passed Live. | R (9) 2/25 6pm, 2/26 mid; (+) 6pm, 2/25 mid

    4pm KQED+ Big Band Years | s | R (+) 2/25 7am

    5:30 KQED 9 PBS NewsHour Weekend H

    6pm KQED 9 Pavlo Live In Kastoria | s | R (9) 2/25 mid & 3pm; (+) 2/25 8pm, 2/26 2am

    KQED+ Great Performances | s | The Moody Blues: Days of Future Passed Live. | R (9) 2/25 6pm, 2/26 mid; (+) 2/25 mid

    EVENING

    8pm KQED 9 Saturday Night Movie H Picnic (1955). | R (9) 10pm, 2/25 2am & 4am

    KQED+ Joe Bonamassa: Muddy Wolf at Red Rocks | s | R (9) 2/25 8am; (+) 2/25 2am

    9:30 KQED+ Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You | s | R (9) 2/25 11am; (+) 2/25 3:30am

    10pm KQED 9 Saturday Night Movie Picnic (1955). | R (9) 2/25 2am & 4am

    11:30 KQED+ MN Original H #304 The Tell-ing Project, Mark Rivard, Des-damona. | R (9) 2/26 11:30pm, 2/27 5:30am; (+) 2/25 5:30am

    9pm KQED+ The Story of the Jews With Simon Schama | s | #101 The Beginning. | D | R (+) 2/23 3am, 2/25 9am

    10pm KQED 9 Great Performances | s | The Moody Blues: Days of Future Passed Live. | R (9) 2/23 4am, 2/24 3:30pm, 2/25 6pm, 2/26 mid; (+) 2/24 6pm, 2/25 mid

    10:30 KQED+ The Highwaymen Live at Nassau Coliseum | s | R (+) 2/23 4:30am

    Friday 23EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Roadtrip Nation | q | You Can Guide Your Future.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #131.

    KQED+ Samantha Brown’s Places to Love Vancouver, Canada.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 KQED Newsroom H | q | R (9) 2/24 1am, 2/25 5pm

    KQED+ Inspector George Gently #107 Gently Through The Mill. | R (+) 2/24 1am

    7:30 KQED 9 Washington Week H | R (9) 2/24 1:30am

    8pm KQED 9 Sgt. Pepper’s Musical Revo-lution | R (9) 2/24 2am

    8:30 KQED+ Remember Me #101. | R (+) 2/24 2:30am

    9pm KQED 9 B.B. King: American Mas-ters | R (9) 2/24 3am

    9:30 KQED+ Remember Me #102. | R (+) 2/24 3:30am

    10pm KQED 9 Great Performances H Mov-ies for Grownups Awards With AARPThe Magazine. | R (9) 2/24 4am

    10:30 KQED+ Remember Me #103. | R (+) 2/24 4:30am, 2/26 10:39pm, 2/27 4:39am

    11:30 KQED+ Adventures of Sherlock Holmes #107 Singing Violin. | R (+) 2/24 5:30am

    Saturday 24EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 2/26 6am

    KQED+ The Kate Kiefer Sutherland. 12:30 KQED 9 BBC World News H

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am KQED 9 Pinkalicious & Peterrific Premiere

    KQED+ Nature | s | Yosemite. | D

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    11pm KQED 9 Front and Center H Jack Johnson. | R (9) 2/28 5am

    11:33 KQED+ Rhythm Abroad Spain. | R (+) 2/28 5:33am

    Wednesday 28EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Our California Whittier Mu-seum, Dancing Tomato, Banana Museum.

    12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #133.

    KQED+ Today’s Wild West H Deep Canyon Ranch / Cowboy Music Festival / Indian Sweetgrass.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 Yan Can Cook: Spice King-dom H | q | #103.

    KQED+ Midsomer Murders #911 Country Matters, Part 1.

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #701 Bellanico, Davey Jones Deli and Gamine.

    7:50 KQED+ Midsomer Murders #912 Country Matters, Part 2.

    8pm KQED 9 Nature Snowbound: Animals of Winter. | D

    8:38 KQED+ New Tricks #801 Old Fossils. 9pm KQED 9 Neanderthal H #101.

    9:32 KQED+ Death in Paradise #102 Wicked Wedding Night.

    10pm KQED 9 Neanderthal H #102.

    10:30 KQED+ Masterpiece Mystery! #4423 Endeavour, Season 2: Noc-turne. | D

    11pm KQED 9 Live From the Artists Den Fleet Foxes.

    11pm KQED 9 Truly CA: Our State, Our Stories | q | Last Day of Free-dom. | R (9) 2/27 5am

    11:30 KQED 9 MN Original #304 The Telling Project, Mark Rivard, Desda-mona. | R (9) 2/27 5:30am

    11:36 KQED+ Film School Shorts | q | Lives in Limbo. | R (+) 2/27 5:36am

    Tuesday 27EARLY

    mid KQED 9 Amanpour on PBS H | R (+) 6am

    KQED+ Front and Center Seal.12:30 KQED 9 Beyond 100 Days H #132.

    1-6am Repeats the previous night’s 7pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 A Chef’s Life Collard Green Queen. | R (9) 2/28 1am

    KQED+ The Great British Baking Show #210 The Final. | R (+) 2/28 1am

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #612 Helmand Palace, El Huarache Loco, Izzy’s. | R (9) 2/28 1:30am

    8pm KQED 9 We’ll Meet Again H Coming Out. | R (9) 2/28 2am

    KQED+ British Antiques Roadshow H The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 3. | R (+) 2/28 2am & 3pm

    9pm KQED 9 Frontline Bitter Rivals: Iran and Saudi Arabia, Part 2. | R (9) 2/28 3am

    KQED+ Masterpiece Classic #4516H Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Epi-sode 7. | R (+) 2/28 3am

    10pm KQED 9 American Creed H | R (9) 2/28 4am; (+) 2/28 10am

    KQED+ Masterpiece Classic #4517 Mr. Selfridge, Season 3, Epi-sode 8. | R (+) 2/28 4am

    10pm KQED+ Classical Rewind (My Mu-sic) | s | R (+) 2/26 4am

    10:30 KQED 9 Secrets of Henry VIII’s Palace | R (9) 2/26 4:30am; (+) 2/26 3pm

    11:30 KQED 9 Film School Shorts | q | America. | R (9) 2/26 5:30am

    KQED+ Sun Studio Sessions Hope Clayburn’s Soul Scrimmage. | R (+) 2/26 5:30am

    Monday 26EARLY

    mid-6am Repeats the previous night’s 6pm to midnight schedule.

    6am-7pm See page 21 for program schedule.

    EVENING

    7pm KQED 9 America’s Test Kitchen From Cook’s Illustrated H #1808. | R (9) 2/27 1am

    KQED+ Father Brown #116 The Daughters of Jerusalem. | R (+) 2/27 1am & noon

    7:30 KQED 9 Check, Please! Bay Area | q | #610 La Mexicana, Ka-buto Sushi, Pazzia. | R (9) 2/27 1:30am

    7:48 KQED+ Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries #307 Game, Set & Murder. | R (+) 2/27 1:48am

    8pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow H St. Louis, Hour 2. | R (9) 2/27 2am; (+) 2/27 3pm

    8:43 KQED+ Doctor Blake Mysteries #108 Game of Champions. | R (+) 2/27 2:43am

    9pm KQED 9 Antiques Roadshow Jack-sonville, Hour 3. | R (9) 2/27 3am

    9:41 KQED+ Grantchester Season 2 on Masterpiece #4623 Episode 4. | D | R (+) 2/27 3:41am

    10pm KQED 9 Independent Lens H Rat Film. | R (9) 2/27 4am

    10:39 KQED+ Remember Me #103. | R (+) 2/27 4:39am

    Neanderthal is a two-hour documentary that examines the step-by-step assembly of the real Neanderthal, both inside and out. It also connects what scientists are learning about the historical Neanderthal with the implications for our lives today.

    Neanderthal premieres Wednesday, February 28, at 9pm on KQED 9.

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    MORNING6:00 Mon–Fri Thomas & Friends 6:30 Mon–Fri The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!7:00 Mon–Fri Ready Jet Go! 7:30 Mon–Fri Wild Kratts 8:00 Mon–Fri Nature Cat 8:30 Mon–Fri Curious George9:00 Mon–Fri Curious George9:30 Mon–Fri Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood10:00 Mon–Fri Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood10:30 Mon–Fri Splash and Bubbles11:00 Mon–Fri Splash and Bubbles11:30 Mon–Fri Sesame Street

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