TV Daily Schedule: KQED 9
KQED 9: Saturday, July 20, 2013
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 [#19150] (original broadcast date: 7/19/13)
* Tom Friedman of the New York Times on Egypt.
* Colum McCann, author of "TransAtlantic. "
* artist James Turell. duration 56:47 STEREO TVRE
1:00 amNightly Business Report [#32163] Tonight on Nightly Business Report, the day after Detroit files the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, what happens to its city workers, bond holders and mutual fund owners? And, as the temperature rises, power companies are put to the test. But what if a utility could store electricity before a heat wave hits? NBR will introduce you to one company that wants to make that a reality. duration 26:46 STEREO TVRE (Secondary audio: none)
1:30 amTHIS WEEK in Northern California [#2437H] July 19, 2013 Guest Host: Thuy Vu.
JANET NAPOLITANO - Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has been confirmed as president of the University of California, making her the first female to head the UC system in its 145-year history. Confirmation proceedings were marked by student protests at the UC Board of Regents meeting in San Francisco. Opponents are voicing concerns over Napolitano's lack of experience in academia and her immigration policies. Supporters defend the unusual pick, citing her ability to manage a complex system and to meet the political demands of the job.
PG&E PENALTY - Taking a tough stance on PG&E for the 2010 San Bruno pipeline explosion, the Public Utilities Commission has proposed a hefty penalty to go toward pipeline safety improvements and a fine to be paid to the state. The utility company says the fine will limit its ability to pay for improvements to safety.
RICHMOND RAPE VERDICTS - Guilty verdicts for two of the men accused in the 2009 gang rape of a 16-year old girl outside a Richmond High School dance brings some closure for the brutal crime that drew national attention. How has the school and the community addressed the issue of violence and attempted to move forward?
Guests: Ana Tintocalis, KQED News; Jaxon Vanderbeken, San Francisco Chronicle; and Aimee Allison, San Francisco Department on the Status of Women.
EVA PATERSON ON RACIAL PROFILING AND THE TRAYVON MARTIN CASE - The acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin has sparked strong reaction, from Florida to California. The verdict, which coincided with the opening of the feature film "Fruitvale Station" about the killing of Oscar Grant by a BART police officer in 2009, struck a nerve in the Bay Area. It also cast a renewed spotlight on "stand your ground" laws, which allow people to defend themselves with deadly force if they feel threatened. Eva Paterson, president of the Equal Justice Society, discusses the lasting impact of these cases. duration 27:46 STEREO TVRE
2:00 amWashington Week with Gwen Ifill [#5303H] * It's been nearly a week since a Florida jury acquitted George Zimmerman for the death of Trayvon Martin. Following the verdict, Attorney General Eric Holder repeated his pledge to continue a federal investigation into the 17-year-old's death. He also sharply criticized Florida's "Stand Your Ground" self-defense law. Pierre Thomas of ABC News will report on the aftermath of the Zimmerman not-guilty verdict.
* At the White House today, President Obama forged ahead in promoting parts of his signature health care legislation set to go into effect this October. At the same time congressional Republicans continued their push to repeal the law or at least delay or dismantle it. What's going on? David Wessel of The Wall Street Journal will explain why the debate over the Affordable Care Act has continued a year after becoming law.
* Earlier in the week on Capitol Hill, a rare bipartisan compromise in the Senate led to a tentative deal to avoid the so-called "nuclear option" on filibuster rules. The agreement cleared the way for the confirmation of a handful of presidential nominees whose nominations had been languishing. But will the spirit of bipartisanship extend to the coming battles over the budget and debt-ceiling? We'll get answers and analysis from Charles Babington of the Associated Press.
* Plus, Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report will take a closer look at Liz Cheney's bid to unseat fellow Republican and three-term Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming and the landscape for the 2014 mid-term elections. duration 26:46 STEREO TVRE
2:30 amCheck, Please! Bay Area [#403H] Coco 5oo, Crogan's Montclair, Red Jade We begin with CoCo 5OO for fresh ingredients at the table and the bar. Next a visit to Crogan's Montclair for traditional fare. Lastly we try green onion pancakes at the Chinese restaurant called Red Jade. duration 27:06 STEREO TVG
3:00 amBarbra Streisand - One Night Only at the Village Vanguard In the early 60's, clubs like the Village Vanguard were scattered throughout Greenwich Village. Now it stands alone, the last of its kind. In September 2009, a select group of fans and friends had the rare opportunity to experience Barbra Streisand's performance in the ultimate up-close-and-personal setting. Accompanied by piano, bass, guitar and drums, this is the artist at her most intimate. duration 58:36 STEREO TVG
4:00 amJudy Garland: Duets Judy Garland and guest stars from her weekly TV series perform classic duets. Guests include Mel Torme, Bobby Darin, Lena Horne, Barbra Streisand, Ethel Merman, Vic Damone, Tony Bennett, Mickey Rooney, and of course, daughter Liza Minnelli. duration 1:29:14 STEREO TVG
5:00 amFilm School Shorts [#101H] Okay, Cupid The Hunter And The Swan Discuss Their Meeting. (NYU) - A Brooklyn couple have dinner with a hunter and his girlfriend, a magical swan woman whose captured robe led to their courtship. The evening goes downhill when the hunter's swan bride finally asks him how he originally knew the robe belonged to her. It doesn't go well, leading the Brooklyn couple to evaluate their own romantic inception.
God Of Love (NYU) - Meet Raymond Goodfellow, a multi-talented artist who combines lounge singing with his champion dart throwing ability. He has fallen head over heels for his bass player, but she's in love with the guitarist. His prayers are answered, or so he thinks,when he receives a package of passion-inducing darts. Writer/Director Luke Matheny's film won the 2011 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short. duration 27:57 STEREO TVPG-S
5:30 amCharlie Rose: The Week [#101H] Iconic interviewer Charlie Rose brings his unique style to the weekends with the best stories and interviews of the past week, featuring the defining moments in - and conversations about - the news, the sciences, the arts and entertainment.
This week: Charlie takes a look at the Trayvon Martin verdict and America's evolving discussion on race; we revisit our conversation with J.K. Rowling in light of her suprising new novel; and columnist Tom Friedman shares with us his favorite film. duration 26:46 STEREO TVRE
6:00 amRaggs [#203H] Times Raggs keeps getting his times of the day all muddled, so the other pups have to find a way to help him keep better track of time.
Max feels an invention coming on! B. It's the Puppy Preschool Science Show and B. Max needs to take something that tells the time to the show, something other than a clock or a watch. Pido discovers there are lots of other things in their house that tell time - even in the kitchen. duration 28:46 STEREO TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
6:30 amProtect Your Memory with Dr. Neal Barnard Nothing is more important than your health, family and loved ones. Your connections with other people, entire relationships, and everything your loved ones have ever meant to you could be entirely wiped out, if you run the risk of memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer's disease, based on family history and lifestyle.
In this program, Dr. Neal Barnard proves with groundbreaking research that there is in fact, lots you can do to protect your brain and memory! He dives into 3 simple steps you can take to derail the degenerative processes that could otherwise derail you and your memory: Skip "bad fat," Knock out free radicals, Exercise your brain. Dr. Barnard also warns against potential threats to the brain, including medications, drug interactions, sleep deprivation and physical conditions that can put your memory at risk.
While research has led to clear answers about how to prevent lung cancer and reduce heart attacks, most people have absolutely no idea that it is possible to protect their memory, brain and connections with loved ones. Dr. Barnard provides viewers with the researched-backed information, giving them the power to protect their memory, beyond simply "waiting and seeing." duration 1:29:56 STEREO TVG
8:00 amEd Slott's Retirement Rescue for 2013! Congress has spoken and Ed Slott is here to help you understand what it means to you, your family and your retirement savings. This program is fully-updated, and a powerful call-to-action for American consumers concerned about their retirement. Ed Slott defines the monumental fiscal problems facing Americans and provides a step-by-step solution to creating a plan of action. Ed builds on the success of his earlier programs with all new information but continues with the "Slott formula" of using humor, personal stories and detailed facts from the tax code to make his points. duration 1:59:54 STEREO TVG
10:00 amSimply Ming [#1015H] On The Road In San Antonio with Chef John Besh Ming heads to the Lone Star State on today's episode of Simply Ming. Joining him is his long time friend Chef John Besh. At Chef Besh's critically acclaimed San Antonio restaurant - Luke. Ming and John will get inspired by fresh ingredients just picked from an area farm and will use them to create two delicious dishes, on the fly, that reflect the spirit and spiciness of San Antonio. duration 27:37 STEREO TVG
10:30 amEssential Pepin [#102H] Fabulous Fins Cured Salmon In Molasses; Tuna Steaks With Tapenade Coating; Tuna Tartare On Marinated Cucumbers; Poached Salmon In Ravigote Sauce; Ray Meuniere With Mushrooms. duration 26:46 STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
11:00 amAmerica's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated [#1212H] Salmon and Sole Host Christopher Kimball visits a Boston fishmonger to discover the truth about farm-raised salmon. Then, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make perfect Glazed Salmon. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of tuna. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Baked Sole Fillets with Herbs and Bread Crumbs. duration 26:46 STEREO TVG
11:30 amCook's Country from America's Test Kitchen [#402H] Icebox Desserts Bridget uncovers the secrets to perfect Lemon Icebox Cheesecake. Then, Jack challenges Chris to a tasting of chocolate ice cream. And finally, Erin updates a lost recipe and shows Chris how to make French Silk Chocolate Pie. duration 26:46 STEREO TVG
12:00 pmSuper Brain with Dr. Rudy Tanzi This program explores new discoveries in neuroscience that maximize the potential of the human brain in practical and actionable ways. The field of neuroscience has been exploding with new findings by the day. Ever since it became possible to view the human brain as it lights up with activity, researchers have had to change long-held assumptions about an organ that has been called "the three-pound universe." Dr. Rudy Tanzi is introduced by his co-author Dr. Deepak Chopra. In his new program, the Harvard Medical School professor takes advantage of cutting-edge research to show the way we all can maximize our brain's potential. duration 1:28:42 STEREO TVG
2:00 pmUnleash The Power of the Female Brain with Dr. Amen Bestselling author and brain expert Dr. Daniel Amen offers insight on the unique characteristics and needs of the female brain along with a practical, prescriptive program targeted specifically for women to help them thrive. He addresses the issues women ask about the most including fertility, pregnancy, menopause, weight, stress, anxiety, insomnia, and relationships. duration 1:59:22 STEREO TVG
4:00 pmSin, Fire & Gold! The Days of San Francisco's Barbary Coast Since its beginnings, San Francisco has been home to an eclectic array of characters drawn not only to the city's spectacularly beautiful surroundings but also to the vibrant spirit of independence the area seems to foster. KQED's documentary, broadcast digitally in HDTV, celebrates the people, places and events which have shaped the city over the years. San Francisco can boast not only of physical beauty, but also a history replete with swashbuckling drama and Gold Rush fever. Largely forgotten, much of this history seems to have been buried with the rubble of the great 1906 earthquake. Host Greg Sherwood joins tour guide and historian Daniel Bacon in sifting through the present to uncover some of San Francisco's fascinating past.
Viewers join them for a leisurely walk along the city's original waterfront - the Barbary Coast - and discover the last remaining pocket of original buildings in the area which miraculously survived the 1906 earthquake and fire. The tour points out where Gold Rush ships still lie buried beneath the towering skyscrapers of the Financial District, and viewers learn why the Ferry building faces a particular sleepy side street as well as the logical main avenue of Market Street. At times, the tour takes viewers inside some of the buildings along the way to enjoy unique interior designs and significant architectural elements, including the Old Mint, a spectacular national landmark seldom seen by the general public. It also highlights some of the area's more colorful characters, such as famed Gold Rush era performer Lotta Crabtree. duration 1:29:38 STEREO TVG
5:30 pmNature [#3003B] Animal Odd Couples A tiger cub with no mother in sight. A baby hippo. An abandoned meerkat pup. Without nurturing, these infants face certain death. Enter stories of the most unlikely cross-species relationships imaginable: a chimp bottle-feeding a tiger cub; a giant tortoise snuggling a baby hippo; a black crow parenting a meerkat. Aberrations of nature? Instincts gone awry? Does this kind of bonding form only when animals are removed from their natural environments? Or are they evidence of a broad array of emotions among animals? This film will look at these remarkable relationships firsthand, and through caregivers, biologists and animal behaviorists, explore what they suggest about the nature of animal emotions. duration 1:28:29 SRND51 TVPG (Secondary audio: DVI)
7:00 pmMoody Blues at the Royal Albert Hall The music of the Moody Blues has spanned many generations - touching people's emotions with songs about life experiences. This enduring quality and their continued popularity with their fans is truly evident in this concert special taped live at Royal Albert Hall. The Moody Blues partnered once again with Musical Director Larry Baird - conducting the World Festival Orchestra - and performed many of their classic hits such as Nights in White Satin, The Story in Your Eyes, and Tuesday Afternoon. They also performed a few songs from their first new album since 1991, "Strange Times," proving once again that their music is timeless.