KQED On Demand
If you are a Comcast Digital Cable customer, you can view some of your favorite KQED programs at any hour of the day or night.
- Press the MENU button on your remote control.
- A menu will appear on screen, click the "On Demand" button.
- A menu of program categories will appear.
- All of KQED's Video On Demand programs can be accessed by following the menu through the following prompts: "Get Local," "Local TV Stations," "KQED 9" selection. Or, you can download and print a schedule (PDF, 2 pages).
- A list of available programs will appear in alphabetical order by series title (program specials can be found in "Specials"). Select the program, and then episode, you would like to watch.
- Once the show starts, you can pause, play, forward, rewind and stop the program at any time.
On Demand > Get Local > Local TV Stations > KQED 9
Note: An assortment of popular PBS children's programming (including Arthur, Barney, and Fetch!) is available with new episodes and programs rotating in each month.
On Demand > Kids > Sprout KQED (geared toward children aged 2-5)
On Demand > Kids > PBS Kids Go! KQED (geared toward children aged 6-8)
Current featured programs include:
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way
The culinary icon returns with a new line-up of healthy, home-cooked meals. Jacques creates nearly 100 delicious recipes for every occasion - from a light snack to an elegant dinner -- using readily available fresh foods, supermarket staples and simple techniques. Taking inspiration from around the world, his lamb stew, paella and Tibetan bread incorporate Asian, Latin American and diverse European influences, including his classic French background.
Visit the Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way Web site.
Nightly Business Report
The most-watched and longest-running daily business news program on broadcast or cable television. Co-anchored by veteran business journalists Paul Kangas from Miami and Susie Gharib from the New York Stock Exchange.
Visit the Nightly Business Report Web site.
QUEST puts the Bay Area under a microscope, exploring the stories and people that impact our local science, nature and environmental world. The largest multiple-media project in KQED's history, QUEST includes a weekly half-hour HD television program, weekly radio segments, an interactive website, and educational guides. With the expertise of its partners and the Bay Area community, QUEST brings audiences closer to world-class science centers, museums, and the natural beauty of our open spaces.
Visit the QUEST Web site.
This Week in Northern California
KQED's weekly current affairs program offers insightful, thought-provoking roundtable discussions and news analysis of the latest political topics. Local reporters from diverse media throughout the region open their notebooks for an inside look at the stories behind the headlines. Host: Belva Davis.
Visit the This Week in Northern California Web site.
More than a showcase for art objects and the artists who make them, Spark takes the audience inside the creative process to witness the challenges, opportunities and rewards of making art.
Visit the Spark Web site.
Joanne Weir's Cooking Class
The James Beard award-winning cooking teacher, author and chef shares culinary techniques, tips and fundamentals with her eager students. Each week, from her cozy kitchen, Weir instructs a chef-in-training on equipping the kitchen, preparing Mediterranean-inspired recipes, and selecting complementary wines with the help of noted wine expert Andrea Immer Robinson.
Visit the Joanne Weir's Cooking Class Web site.
PBS' nightly news program provides in-depth analysis of current events with a news summary, live studio interviews, discussions and both foreign and domestic on-site reports. Lehrer is joined by a host of journalists and correspondents, including Elizabeth Farnsworth and Spencer Michels from the West Coast Bureau in San Francisco.
Visit the PBS NewsHour web site.
Also on KQED.org this week ...
Obamacare Explained: A Guide for Californians
Starting Jan 1, 2014, most Americans will be required to have health insurance or pay a fine. KQED has created a simple guide to explain how the health law affects you, your family or your small business.
KQED Celebrates the Holidays
Find holiday-related KQED television and radio programming, events, gift ideas, recipes, and other Web-exclusive goodies.