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On Q - KQED's Member Magazine

 

May Print Edition

The latest print edition of On Q is available to view online here on your laptop or desktop computer, or to download as a pdf (see "Printable PDFs" section below).

Please note, television and radio programs are subject to change after press deadlines. See latest TV schedule changes since On Q went to press or visit our online tv schedules or online radio schedules for the most up-to-date information.




Printable PDFs

Having trouble viewing the magazine, or prefer to print it? Download your choice of the following:
Entire magazine (PDF, 24 pgs)
TV Listings (PDF, 14 pgs)
Radio schedule and specials (PDF, 2 pgs)

 

Online-only and available to print:
KQED 9 Prime-Time TV Grid
KQED Plus Prime-Time TV Grid
TV Programs A-Z (PDF, 4 pgs)
Asian Pacific American Heritage program and event guide

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Digital Edition with Bonus Content

On Q Digital EditionThe pages of our monthly member magazine On Q come to life in a digital edition that includes up-to-date television and radio schedules, tips on what to watch/listen to, video previews of upcoming shows, and other bonus content not found in the print edition. The digital edition of On Q is available as an app on your iPad or in a similar format on your laptop or desktop.

View the April 2015 digital edition (for Mac or PC)
(The May edition will be available by May 1)

Download the iPad app from iTunes
(After downloading, On Q will show up in your iPad's Newsstand.)



Print Archives

For printable versions of tv listings from archived months, please visit our Weekly page.

 

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