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KQED Plus: Saturday, June 21, 2014

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Saturday, June 21, 2014
  • 12:00 am
    Tavis Smiley [#3230] Tavis talks with entrepreneur and best-selling author Wolfgang Puck. One of the most famous chefs in the world, whose innovations have come to define modern American cooking, offers tips for losing weight and feeling energetic. duration 26:46   STEREO TVRE (Secondary audio: none)
  • 12:30 am
    KQED NEWSROOM [#132H] S.F. Civil Grand Jury Targets Port, World Cup, and Anthony Friedkin's "The Gay Essay"
    S.F. Civil Grand Jury Targets Port
    A Civil Grand Jury report released this week criticizes the Port of San Francisco for its management of the scenic waterfront. It names several high-profile projects that have made waves, including America's Cup and the Washington Street development proposal. It also says the mayor's office has too much influence and that insufficient opportunity for public review contributed to recent Port development failures.

    Guests:
    • Marisa Lagos, City Hall reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle
    • Elena Schmid, San Francisco Civil Grand Jury Foreperson

    Further Reporting:
    S.F. Port: Too Much Private Money, Too Little Public Input, Grand Jury Finds

    World Cup
    Soccer fans are getting their thrills, made all the sweeter by America's win over Ghana Monday in the World Cup. Crowds are gathering around televisions and some are catching games at the Civic Center in San Francisco on an outdoor screen. The global event is generating much excitement among international communities in the Bay Area and setting TV viewing records nationwide.

    Guests:
    • Ann Killion, San Francisco Chronicle Sports Columnist

    Further Reporting:
    World Cup Revelers Celebrate With Tasty Traditions

    Anthony Friedkin: The Gay Essay
    Next weekend marks the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall riots in New York City, the spark that touched off the Gay Liberation movement. As the LGBT community prepares to celebrate "Pride Week" in San Francisco, the de Young Museum presents a new photography exhibit of Anthony Friedkin's work, "The Gay Essay." Friedkin captured provocative black and white images of queer life in San Francisco and L.A. in the late 1960s and early 70s, when homosexuality was still illegal in California. It took more than 40 years for Friedkin's project to get a full public exhibition. Scott Shafer reports.

    Further Reporting:
    Through Queer Eyes: 45 Years of (Mostly West-Coast) LGBT Photography
    duration 27:46   STEREO
  • 1:00 am
    New Tricks [#503] A Face for Radio The team reinvestigates the murder of a popular DJ who died live on air after an arson attack at 80s music station Roxy Radio. Brian Lane is determined to find the missing Jack Halford when Sandra and Gerry threaten to quit rather than work with a new team member. duration 49:58   STEREO
  • 2:00 am
    Midsomer Murders [#711H] The Straw Woman, Part One The revival of a traditional festival at Midsomer Parva ends in tragedy when the curate is burned alive inside a straw effigy of a woman. Then his gay lover, Rev Jim Hale (Jonathan Hackett) dies too, a victim of apparent spontaneous combustion, in front of a severed pig's head on the altar. Amid rumors of witchcraft, some villagers blame Manor owner and orgy host Alan Clifford (Keith Barron), who has a secret of his own. duration 47:18   STEREO TVPG
  • 2:48 am
    Midsomer Murders [#712H] The Straw Woman, Part Two The revival of a traditional festival at Midsomer Parva ends in tragedy when the curate is burned alive inside a straw effigy of a woman. Then his gay lover, Rev Jim Hale (Jonathan Hackett) dies too, a victim of apparent spontaneous combustion, in front of a severed pig's head on the altar. Amid rumors of witchcraft, some villagers blame Manor owner and orgy host Alan Clifford (Keith Barron), who has a secret of his own. duration 46:48   STEREO TVPG
  • 3:36 am
    Sherlock Holmes [#207] The Six Napoleons Why are busts of Napoleon being smashed all over London? Is there someone who still harbors hatred for the dead French Emperor or is there something much more devious beneath the wreckage? duration 51:47   STEREO TVG
  • 4:30 am
    Adventures of Sherlock Holmes [#101] The Red-Headed League Adapted from The Adventure of the Red-Headed League. Jabez Wilson, a London shop owner, comes to consult Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson. Wilson tells them that some weeks before his young assistant, Vincent Spaulding, urged him to respond to a newspaper want-ad offering work to only red-headed male applicants. duration 26:44   TVG
  • 5:00 am
    Front and Center [#302H] Jon Batiste A descendant of New Orleans musical "royalty," Jon Batiste is a bandleader, pianist, singer, songwriter, composer and sometime actor. Batiste and his band, Stay Human, perform "Star Spangled Banner," his original composition "Express Yourself" and selections from their latest release, Social Music. Batiste was recently awarded the prestigious Rising Star Award at the Montreaux Jazz Festival. duration 55:01   SRND51 TVPG
  • MORNING
  • 6:00 am
    Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood [#120H] Daniel's Sleepover/Backyard Camping Daniel's Sleepover - Daniel and his parents go to Prince Wednesday's castle for a family sleepover. When Daniel and Prince Wednesday go through their bedtime routines together, Daniel realizes how different it is sleeping at Prince Wednesday's castle. As bedtime nears, Daniel and Prince Wednesday notice some things that are just a little bit scary...but they soon learn that once they investigate further, they actually aren't scary at all! Backyard Camping - Daniel and O the Owl are camping in the yard with Dad Tiger and O is a little hesitant to sleep in this unfamiliar setting. However, once he examines this new setting closely, he learns that it's not so scary! In fact, different can be fun! duration 28:46   STEREO TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 6:30 am
    Dinosaur Train [#135H] The Good Mom/Hornucopia * The Good Mom - "Mom's" the word when Mrs. Pteranodon meets fellow mom Millie Maiasaura, who is a little too over-protective of her kids. The two moms compare mothering methods in a play date at the Big Pond.
    * Hornucopia! - At the Big Pond, Tank introduces the Pteranodon family to his friend, Stacie Styracosaurus, a fellow Ceratopsian with a crown of elaborate horns on her head. Everyone attends Stacie's "Hornucopia" celebration, where she reveals her new big horns and then performs a moonlit shadow show with her Styracosaurus family.
    duration 28:46   SRND51 TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 7:00 am
    Peg + Cat [#101H] The Chicken Problem/The Space Creature Problem The Chicken Problem - The Farm. Peg and Cat have to get 100 chickens back in the coop before the farmer sees. Primary Content: Size correspondence; Secondary Content: The number 100.
    The Space Creature Problem - The Purple Planet. Peg, Cat and Richard must get the 100 chickens away from Big Mouth and back to their spaceship. Primary Content: Counting by tens; Secondary Content: The number 100.
    duration 28:46   STEREO TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 7:30 am
    Bob the Builder [#701H] Developing Confidence * Scratch's Hidden Treasures - It's Scratch's first day, and he's a bit scared - he wants to fit in! Today they are helping by working on the Fixham Museum gardens. However, instead of giving Scratch a job to do,Bob asks him to watch everyone else - you can learn a lot from watching! Scratch spends the day watching the other machines but still isn't satisfied - he wants to do something! He decides to practice digging by himself... While digging Scratch's bucket hits something! He's found treasure! Concentrating hard, Scratch remembers everything he's learned from watching the other machines and manages to dig up the great treasure! Scratch is really pleased and admits that Bob was right - he did learn a lot from watching!
    * Lofty and the Monster - Bob and the team are rebuilding an old shack on the beach and transforming it into a surf school with Brad Rad, the awesome new surf instructor. Meanwhile, Scoop, Dizzy and Scrambler are playing a game of monster chase. However, Lofty doesn't realize that it's only a game. He thinks there's a real monster coming to get them! As the build progresses, Scoop, Dizzy and Scrambler take turns to be the monster. But every time they whiz past,screaming with excitement, Lofty closes his eyes tight. Bob and Wendy reassure him that there's no such thing as monsters. Lofty is relieved to find out it is only a game. However, when Brad Rad emerges from the water in his diver's mask and snorkel, Scoop, Dizzy and Scrambler think he's a real monster! But this time Lofty who keeps his cool - there's no such things as monsters - remember!
    duration 28:46   STEREO TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 8:00 am
    Thomas & Friends [#805H] Fun in the Snow Let it Snow - Gordon and Thomas go to Misty Island to collect logs for Farmer McColl's animal shelter. The Logging Locos tell them that there is no snow on Misty Island because they haven't chuffed The Misty Island Snow Song. They need to puff to the top of a hill and stay still, then go to the sea and wait patiently - then snow will appear! Gordon doesn't believe that snow will appear but Thomas begins to race to the top of the hill and to the sea as the snow song says. THOMAS doesn't take care of his job to take the logs to Farmer McColl's and the snow doesn't appear. When Thomas is really useful and gathers all the logs for Farmer McColl, the snow starts to fall. Gordon and Thomas sing the snow song together and happily head back to help Farmer McColl. Percy the Snowman - Thomas is asked to take Sir Topham Hatt to switch on the Christmas tree lights in the Town Square. Thomas is excited to see Percy, but Percy is feeling sad because he doesn't have a special so Thomas asks Percy to go with him to collect Sir Topham Hatt. Thomas asks Percy to wait in a siding while he rushes to get his jobs finished. Thomas races so fast that he doesn't realize he covers Percy with snow every time he rushes past. Percy is so covered in snow that Thomas can't find him. Thomas finds Percy under the snow but Percy's firebox has gone out. Now Percy won't be able to go to see the Christmas lights and he is sad. Thomas has an idea and takes all of the children and Sir Topham Hatt to see Percy who looks like a very special snow engine! duration 28:46   STEREO TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 8:30 am
    Arthur [#1505] To Eat Or Not to Eat/S.W.E.A.T. * To Eat or Not to Eat - A brand new candy bar is in town! But why is it making everyone act so strangely? And what exactly is this ingredient called Tri-Enzomated Zorn Jelly, anyway? Buster decides to do a little digging into these mystery chemicals before he takes his first bite but he - and all the other kids - may not find the truth appetizing.
    * S.W.E.A.T. - It's time for the kids at Lakewood Elementary to take the Stoddard-Wilkins Elementary Aptitude Test, or "S.W.E.A.T." But with anxiety running high, it becomes clear that the kids need to learn some relaxation techniques. Luckily, Mrs. MacGrady is on hand to teach them a thing or two about de-stressing.
    duration 28:46   STEREO TVY
  • 9:00 am
    Caillou [#408] My Family Today Caillou learns that being a part of a family is something very special. Dad lends Caillou his old camera and helps him take pictures of every member of their family - including Gilbert. Looking at the photo album, the family remembers when Gilbert was a kitten and first came to live with them. When Mommy and Rosie go out for the day, Daddy and Caillou have plans of their own. They are building a surprise for Mommy that requires a lot of father-and-son work. When Caillou and his family go to the zoo, Caillou is thrilled to see that animals have families too. Also, Caillou and his family go away for a weekend of camping in the woods. duration 28:46   STEREO TVY
  • 9:30 am
    Wild Kratts [#116H] Walk on the Wetside When Chris and Martin locate an amazing water-walking Basilisk lizard in Costa Rica, they try to replicate its actions in order to learn how this rare lizard is able to walk on water. They discover that by using its wide feet, churning its legs to create water pockets and keeping up a certain speed, the Basilisk is able to run on water in order to escape from predators. And when Donita Donata begins capturing basilisks, Martin and Chris us their new water walking powers to rescue these rare lizards. duration 28:46   STEREO TVY
  • 10:00 am
    Curious George [#125] Camping with Hundley/Curious George vs. The Turbo Python 3000 * Camping With Hundley: George loves his very first camping trip so much that he wants to go again as soon as possible. But The Man with the Yellow Hat is just too busy so the Doorman volunteers to take George and Hundley in his fancy trailer with GPS, satellite dish, and microwave. When a thunderstorm knocks out the power, George comes to the rescue by using his old-fashioned camping tools to help them make it through the rainy night and back home safely.
    * Curious George vs. The Turbo Python 3000: George isn't tall enough to ride the greatest rollercoaster of all time, The Turbo Python 3000. He uses licorice whips to measure his height and determines that he is 7-whips tall, one short of the 8-whip minimum! As he nibbles on his licorice, George looks for different ways to grow. His efforts seem to pay off when he measures himself again until he realizes that it's not that his legs are longer, it's that his stomach is fuller.
    duration 28:46   STEREO TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 10:30 am
    Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! [#216H] Wrapper's Delight/Dive Swim Scoop * Wrappers Delight - Sally and Nick are trying to wrap a present for their moms. But they're having problems. Why meeting Cat's good friend Gina the Giraffe Weevil, will help! Gina shows them how she uses leaves to wrap her eggs to protect them while she waits for them to hatch. They learn how to carefully roll and fold the leaf so it doesn't rip and it protects the egg. Back at home they can finally finish wrapping their present - a statue of the Cat in the Hat!
    * Dive Swim Scoop - There's a frog in Nick and Sally's pool! They have to get him out but can't catch him. Cat's good friend Penny the Pelican can teach them how to catch things in water! Along the way they meet a gannett who shows them how he dives deep into the water to catch his food and a cormorant that zigs and zags through the water to catch hers. But that won't help them catch the frog in their shallow pool. They finally find Penny and watch how she scoops with her big bill, like a net! Now Nick and Sally know how they can rescue the frog in their pool.
    duration 28:46   STEREO TVY (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 11:00 am
    This Old House [#3306H] Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013/Go with the Flow Roger learns about barrier island ecology, while the Bay Head job is in limbo waiting for FEMA. Breakaway walls and flood vents are installed in Point Pleasant, and Rita's modular cape is steaming along. Alex Burke shows Roger which plants and trees survived Sandy's salty onslaught, which didn't, and how to landscape for the future on a barrier island. duration 25:46   STEREO TVG
  • 11:30 am
    Ask This Old House [#1211H] Installing Crown Molding in Seattle/Replacing a Rotted Fence Post Tom heads to Seattle to install crown molding. Roger replaces a rotted fence post. Kevin explains the difference between cement, concrete and mortar. And the guys ask, "What is it?" duration 25:16   STEREO TVG
  • AFTERNOON
  • 12:00 pm
    MotorWeek [#3342H] duration 26:46   SRND51 TVG
  • 12:30 pm
    McLaughlin Group [#3226H] duration 27:30   STEREO TVRE
  • 1:00 pm
    KQED NEWSROOM [#132H] S.F. Civil Grand Jury Targets Port, World Cup, and Anthony Friedkin's "The Gay Essay"
    S.F. Civil Grand Jury Targets Port
    A Civil Grand Jury report released this week criticizes the Port of San Francisco for its management of the scenic waterfront. It names several high-profile projects that have made waves, including America's Cup and the Washington Street development proposal. It also says the mayor's office has too much influence and that insufficient opportunity for public review contributed to recent Port development failures.

    Guests:
    • Marisa Lagos, City Hall reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle
    • Elena Schmid, San Francisco Civil Grand Jury Foreperson

    Further Reporting:
    S.F. Port: Too Much Private Money, Too Little Public Input, Grand Jury Finds

    World Cup
    Soccer fans are getting their thrills, made all the sweeter by America's win over Ghana Monday in the World Cup. Crowds are gathering around televisions and some are catching games at the Civic Center in San Francisco on an outdoor screen. The global event is generating much excitement among international communities in the Bay Area and setting TV viewing records nationwide.

    Guests:
    • Ann Killion, San Francisco Chronicle Sports Columnist

    Further Reporting:
    World Cup Revelers Celebrate With Tasty Traditions

    Anthony Friedkin: The Gay Essay
    Next weekend marks the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall riots in New York City, the spark that touched off the Gay Liberation movement. As the LGBT community prepares to celebrate "Pride Week" in San Francisco, the de Young Museum presents a new photography exhibit of Anthony Friedkin's work, "The Gay Essay." Friedkin captured provocative black and white images of queer life in San Francisco and L.A. in the late 1960s and early 70s, when homosexuality was still illegal in California. It took more than 40 years for Friedkin's project to get a full public exhibition. Scott Shafer reports.

    Further Reporting:
    Through Queer Eyes: 45 Years of (Mostly West-Coast) LGBT Photography
    duration 27:46   STEREO
  • 1:30 pm
    Healing Quest [#1005] Tapping Into Healing Power from the Earth; Energy Healing from New Zealand's Geoffrey Morell; Michele Bernhardt on Improving Our Personal Energy. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG (Secondary audio: DVI)
  • 2:00 pm
    Mind of A Chef, The [#216H] Restaurateur Chef Bloomfield wrestles with the questions every aspiring new or expanding veteran chef has to confront: What does it take to open a new restaurant? What happens if you are fortunate enough to make it past year one? How do you stay relevant? Do you keep serving what made you famous? Do you branch out and try something totally new? These are questions for reflection as April and her business partner, Ken Friedman, explore the challenges of opening their first out-of-state venture in San Francisco: Tosca. April is inspired by a local morning bun, and she's busy in the kitchen testing and tasting dishes for her new menu. Chef Sean Brock - Through his cuisine at Charleston's McCrady's and Husk, Chef Sean Brock is perhaps the best-known spokesperson for both expanding and preserving the integrity of traditional Southern foodways. His cuisine shines the spotlight on the untold varieties of rice, beans and grains that once made America the envy of the world. Brock's obsessive and ever-growing collection of seeds and recipes, along with countless hours of research, help to ensure that these long-forgotten heritage varieties are resurrected. In short, Sean Brock is on the front line of restoring the South to its former culinary glory. duration 26:46   STEREO TVPG
  • 2:30 pm
    New Scandinavian Cooking [#204H] West Coast of Norway: All Is Well - If There Is Herring Andreas travels along the West coast of Norway, an area settled around the rich herring fisheries. Inspired by history, Andreas demonstrates how to make Scandinavian-style herring. duration 26:32   STEREO TVG
  • 3:00 pm
    Check, Please! Bay Area [#904H] Paulie's Pickling, Zut! On Fourth, Marin Sun Our first spot, Paulie's Pickling, has perfected its pickling performance with acidic-centric servings at a petite San Francisco location. Next, California and Mediterranean cuisine merge at eclectic East Bay eatery Zut! on Fourth in Berkeley. Lastly, we head up north to Point Reyes and Marin Sun Farms Butcher Shop & Restaurant for the ultimate in farm-to-fork feasting. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG
  • 3:30 pm
    Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking [#106H] Providence, RI: Chefs Matt Jennings and Ken Oringer Pete Evans cooks with two of the East Coast's best chefs to make a delicious meal on a roof deck in downtown Providence that overlooks the entire downtown area. Dinner includes green asparagus with black truffle vinaigrette and morels, sassafrass panna cotta, and grilled pork belly with razor clams. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG
  • 4:00 pm
    Moyers & Company [#324H] Chaos In Iraq As militant Islamic forces intent on the creation of a Mideast-wide theocracy sweep across Iraq with little or no resistance, the escalating bloodbath has triggered a renewed debate on how muscular our foreign policy must be. This week, Bill Moyers speaks with historian and combat veteran Andrew Bacevich about what the crisis in Iraq tells us about America's role in the world.
    Many of the same neoconservatives who beat the drum of war in 2003 want to see boots on the ground in Iraq once again. One of their leading lights, Robert Kagan of the Brookings Institution, argues that the US once had "a sense of global responsibility that equated American interests with the interests of many others around the world." Bacevich disagrees. "Phrases like 'world order' and 'global responsibility' obfuscate," he writes. "Purporting to clarify, they merely gloss over."
    "If Americans appear disinclined to have a go at overthrowing Syria's Assad or at restoring the Crimea to Ukrainian control, it's due to their common-sense assessment of what US policy in very recent years has produced," he says. Our policy in Iraq has "destabilized much of the greater Middle East while exacerbating anti-Americanism across the Islamic world."
    Andrew Bacevich is a professor of history and international relations at Boston University. A graduate of the US Military Academy, he received his Ph.D. in American Diplomatic History from Princeton University. Before joining the faculty of Boston University, served taught at West Point and Johns Hopkins University. Among his many articles and books, Bacevich is most recently the editor of The Short American Century: A Postmortem and author of Breach of Trust: How Americans Failed Their Soldiers and Their Country.
    duration 26:46   STEREO TVRE
  • 4:30 pm
    Panetta Institute Lectures [#904] How Presidents Make Decisions: Leadership, Crisis, Politics and Trust In this episode: David Axelrod, former senior advisor to President Barack Obama; Erskine Bowles, former chief of staff to President Bill Clinton; Andrew Card, former chief of staff to President George W. Bush; and Kenneth Duberstein, former chief of staff to President Ronald Reagan. duration 1:59:30   STEREO TVG
  • EVENING
  • 6:30 pm
    Rick Steves' Europe [#605H] Granada, Cordoba, and Spain's Costa Del Sol Andalucia's Moorish heritage sparkles in the historic capitals of Granada and Cordoba. And the pride of the Reconquista and the power of Queen Isabel and King Ferdinand enliven the region's great sights. Tasting the smooth sherry and marveling at prancing stallions, we find the passion in Andalucian culture. And we top it off with fun in the Spanish sun on the Costa del Sol. duration 26:46   STEREO TVG
  • 7:00 pm
    Agatha Christie's Poirot [#107] Problem at Sea Cruising around the Mediterranean, Poirot and his fellow passengers approach Alexandria. Colonel Clapperton, whose overbearing wife has earned him some sympathy, disembarks for a trip around the port. He invites his wife to join him, but her brusque rejection is clearly overheard by Poirot and others. On their return to the ship that evening, Mrs. Clapperton has been robbed and stabbed to death. The captain is anxious to avoid a scandal and asks Poirot to investigate. duration 51:16   STEREO TVPG
  • 8:00 pm
    Antiques Roadshow [#1624H] Vintage Houston In 1998, Dr. Ferid Murad of the UT-Houston Medical School won the Nobel Prize in medicine for his work on the cardio-vascular system, while AR made hearts palpitate with its first visit to H-Town. 14 years later, a 19th-century Chinese jade scepter, originally appraised for $1500 to $2500, has spiked to a radiantly healthy $50, 000 to $80,000, while a 1912 Titanic menu went from a heart-stopping $75,000 to $100,000 to a less pulse-quickening $50,000 to $75,000. duration 56:46   STEREO TVG
  • 9:00 pm
    British Antiques Roadshow [#3411Z] Layer Marney 1 duration 28:53   STEREO TVG
  • 9:30 pm
    Priceless Antiques Roadshow [#112] duration 29:20   STEREO TVRE
  • 10:00 pm
    Agatha Christie's Poirot [#604] Dumb Witness Mystical premonitions, family inheritance and suspicious murders ruin Poirot's plans to go and watch a friend of Hastings' attempt to break the world water speed record. The Tripp sister's supernatural warnings and Poirot's advice to change her will, fail to prevent the murder of Emily Arundel. Poirot must reflect on which member of the family poisoned the medicine. Bob, the terrier dog, is the only one who knows who the murderer really is. duration 1:59:26   STEREO TVPG
  • 12:00 am
    Austin City Limits [#3702H] Raphael Saadiq/Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears R&B grooves the ACL stage with Raphael Saadiq and Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears. Saadiq highlights songs from his old-school soul LP Stone Rollin'. Lewis & his Honeybears rock their bluesy soul nuggets from Scandalous. duration 56:46   SRND51 TVPG
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