TV Daily Schedule: KQED 9
KQED 9: Saturday, July 14, 2012
Comcast 9 and 709 • Digital 9.1, 54.2 or 25.1
Schedule is subject to change. Please visit kqed.org/tv/schedules/daily for the most up-to-date info.
12:00 amCharlie Rose [#18145H] (original broadcast date: 07/13/12)
Conversations about Golf with Bubba Watson, Yani Tseng and Butch Harmon duration 56:46 STEREO TVRE
1:00 amNightly Business Report [#31270Z] J.P. Morgan's stock surges despite a drop in profits and a bigger than expected loss from risky trades. KBW's Fred Cannon talks about the health of the banking industry. You could be getting a rebate on your health insurance coverage. Washington Correspondent Sylvia Hall details the Affordable Care Act's effort to keep health insurers accountable. Amazon.com will be affected if Congress decides to start collecting more state sales taxes on the internet. The Financial Times' Barney Jopson explains why this isn't the retailer's only problem. This is the third summer in a row that investors are worried about a global economic slowdown. Glenmede's Jason Pride explains why he thinks investors should stay on the defense. He's this week's "Market Monitor" guest. Hearing criticism isn't always easy, but it can be helpful. Author and educator Lou Heckler has some advice in tonight's "Lou's Been Thinking." duration 26:46 STEREO TVRE
1:30 amTHIS WEEK in Northern California [#2336H] July 13, 2012 SF CITY COLLEGE TROUBLES - Will City College of San Francisco, the largest community college in California, be shut down? Interim Chancellor Pamela Fisher has tried to calm fears after the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges granted CCSF 8 months to make tough financial and leadership decisions or lose its accreditation, and subsequently its public funding.
HIGH SPEED RAIL DEVELOPMENTS - Now that the first phase of funding for California's High Speed Rail plan has been approved by the state Legislature, what lies ahead for this ambitious and controversial project? Construction of a 130-mile stretch between Madera and Bakersfield in the Central Valley is scheduled to begin early next year, but the high speed rail authority must first fend off 5 law suits.
PRESCRIPTION PAINKILLERS - An East Bay doctor is the subject of a federal investigation for prescribing high doses of opioid pain pills, such as OxyContin, to his patients. The practice is drawing widespread attention throughout the state and the country as more patients die from overdoses of these highly addictive medications.
Guests: Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle; David Lazarus, Los Angeles Times; Christina Jewett, California Watch.
OCCUPY ART - Since its inception in September 2011, the Occupy movement has resonated with artists worldwide, resulting in a distinct visual aesthetic of imagery designed to inspire and mobilize support. "Occupy Bay Area" at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is a new exhibition showcasing the work of Bay Area artists who've played a significant role in giving voice to the 99%. duration 26:46 STEREO TVRE
2:00 amWashington Week [#5202H] Taxes, jobs and health care were the main themes for both President Obama and Mitt Romney this week as both men targeted the middle class during campaign stops in the battleground states of Iowa, Colorado and Virginia.
* President Obama re-ignited the tax policy debate when he revived calls for lawmakers to extend Bush-era tax cuts only to families making less than $250,000 a year. Republicans want all tax cuts to be extended and say the president's efforts to portray himself as the champion of the middle class is nothing more than "class warfare." The Obama campaign pushed back with a new ad campaign accusing Republican challenger Mitt Romney of being out of touch with the middle class and claiming his tax proposals would overwhelmingly benefit the wealthy.
* During campaign stops in Colorado, Mitt Romney told voters that the president's plan to extend tax cuts for all but the rich would harm job creators and said the president was the "outsourcer in chief" Later in the week, the former Massachusetts governor addressed the NAACP convention. But the predominantly Democratic-leaning crowd booed the GOP contender when he declared that he would repeal "Obamacare" if elected.
* As both candidates tried to rally support and distinguish themselves from their contender, House Republicans voted to repeal President Barack Obama's signature health care reform law despite the fact that the measure will almost certainly die in the Democrat-controlled Senate. And the Obama campaign once again raised questions about Romney's tenure at Bain Capital where he spent the majority of his career and made his fortune.
Joining Gwen Ifill around the table with a discussion on the 2012 race for the White House are Michael Duffy of Time Magazine, Lori Montgomery of The Washington Post, Alexis Simendinger of RealClearPolitics, and Sam Youngman of Reuters. duration 26:46 STEREO TVRE
2:30 amCheck, Please! Bay Area [#505H] Chez Spencer, Broken Record & Marnee Thai Walk through the gates of Chez Spencer Restaurant and Bar into France, and leave San Francisco behind at this perfect romantic getaway. The next stop is a funky bar in the middle of nowhere - head for the back room of Broken Record, a cash-only place where the pub grub can stand alone and stand proud. And, reliable, authentic family-style Thai food is found at Marnee Thai Restaurant. From dish to dish, visit to visit, year to year, the magnet is the food here. duration 26:49 STEREO TVG
3:00 amNature [#2306H] Life In Death Valley It is a visual wonderland, where imposing mountains rise almost two vertical miles above sprawling salt flats, and canyons are painted in strokes of blue, pink, violet and green from sunrise to sunset. This is Death Valley - one of the most inhospitable places on the planet. Nowhere else is a landscape so exquisite yet brutal, stunning yet harsh. Here, temperatures spike into the 130s, the earth cracks like broken clay and when the hot wind blows, all anyone can taste is dust and salt. Ironically, it is water that has shaped this super-arid home of true survivors. duration 55:41 SRND51 TVG
4:00 amJohn Leguizamo's Tales from a Ghetto Klown - PBS Arts This profile of actor/playwright John Leguizamo looks at his unorthodox rise to success, while capturing his struggles to mount his latest one-man show. From a glimpse into his Colombian and "NuyoRican" roots to his high-profile career in Hollywood, Leguizamo bares his soul, giving viewers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at one of the industry's most versatile actors. duration 56:46 STEREO TVPG-L
5:00 amImageMakers [#901H] Lost and Found THE LOST THING - Australia
A boy discovers a bizarre looking creature while out collecting bottle caps one day at the beach. Realizing it is lost, he tries to find out where it belongs, but everyone else is too busy or wrapped up in their own life to care. The boy decides it is up to him to find its home. The surreal animation comes from the mind of children's book writer Shaun Tan who also directed this 2011 Academy Award winning film. A beautiful allegory exploring how we take for granted the world around us and how we ourselves at times feel like we don't belong.
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A graffiti artist uses art to come to terms with a long lost toy and a stolen childhood. As she reflects back on what might have been, she struggles to trust or get close to anyone. One day her work attracts the attention of a young man. He identifies with the image and feels a strong bond with her. Tracking her down will not be easy. Can two wounded souls find the courage to piece together the confusing fragments of the past that may lead to some resolution and healing? Written and directed by Justine Wallace. Narrated by Cassandra Magrath. duration 27:06 STEREO TVG
5:30 amSpark! [#509H] Chitresh Das Dance Company, Mark Jackson, Midori * Learn kathak, an ancient Indian dance form, from master Pandit Chitresh Das.
* Go behind the scenes with director and playwright Mark Jackson on his production of "American $uicide."
* Meet violinist Midori for a one- night appearance at San Francisco Performances.