More Texas!
Along with the quality national programs you expect from KLRN, 2011 brings new LOCAL programs that highlight the issues, people and history of San Antonio and South Central Texas.

CONVERSATIONS:
In its ninth year, each Thursday night at 8, you'll meet facinating people who are making an impact on our community.
CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUCION: Continuing to explore the stories of those individuals and ancestors who fled Mexico during the revolution. Thursdays at 8:30 PM
TEXAS WEEK WITH RICK CASEY: This brand new program
brings you the most important stories, people and issues, in depth. Premieres on Friday, January 21 at 8:30 PM

We hope you enjoy these programs and will let us know what you think by sending comments to pr@klrn.org.

Thank you for watching and supporting KLRN.


Tuesday, January 11
NOVA: Deadliest Earthquake
8 PM (additional times)
Follow a team of US geologists as they first enter Haiti in the immediate aftermath of the tragedy.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/
NOTE: FRONTLINE (9PM) and Independent Lens (10PM) also discuss Haiti.

Wednesday, January 12
American Masters: Jeff Bridges
8 PM (additional times)
Sheds light on life and craft the Oscar-winning actor and star of Crazy Heart and The Big Lebowski.

http://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/

Thursday, January 13
Conversations: Dr. Lou Agnese
8 PM
(watch online after the broadcast)
A slow explosion of growth characterizes his quarter century of running the University of the Incarnate Word.


Friday, January 14
Great Museums: New Orleans: A Living Museum of Music
10 PM
(additional times)

The vibrant culture of New Orleans told through the eyes of native musicians, dancers and street performers who work to preserve, protect and exhibit the traditional music of New Orleans - namely jazz.
http://www.greatmuseums.org

Saturday, January 15
The Forgetting: A Portrait of Alzheimers               
8 PM
(additional times)
A dramatic look at the history of the disease, experiences of patients and the race to find a cure.

http://www.pbs.org/theforgetting/

Sunday, January 16
Nature: White Falcon, White Wolf
7 PM
(additional times)
The enormous falcons and Arctic wolves raise their families on Canada's remote Ellesmere Island.
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/

Monday, January 17
Dinosaur Wars: American Experience
9:30 PM
(additional times)

Examines the rivalry between two top paleontologists that spiraled out of control in the late 1800s.

Tuesday, January 18
Pioneers of Television: Science Fiction  
8 PM (additional times)

Focuses on "Star Trek" "Lost in Space" "The Twilight Zone" and the creators and stars of the shows.

http://www.pbs.org/pioneersoftelevision/

FRONTLINE: Are We Safer?
9 PM
(additional times)
Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post reporter Dana Priest investigates the terrorism-industrial complex that grew up in the wake of 9/11.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/

Wednesday, January 19
NOVA: Making Stuff Stronger
(New day/time)
9 PM (additional times)
High tech material such as fuel cells, solar panels and quantum computers are shaping the future.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/

Thursday, January 20
Children of the Revolucion: The Power of Diversity
8:30 PM
(watch online after the broadcast)
Rosemary Catacalos, Edith McAllister, Patty Elizondo, John Phillip Santos, Katherine, Henry Cisneros, Dr. Robert Trevino

Friday, January 21
TEXAS WEEK WITH RICK CASEY (PREMIERE)
8:30 PM
(additional times)

Native Rick Casey returns to San Antonio to recap the week's events and news. Joining Casey is a panel of experts to help provide more indepth context. Texas Tribune's Evan Smith provides a weekly report from Austin.
http://www.klrn.org/texasweek

Saturday, January 22
Chihuly Fire & Light
8 PM
(additional times)
A magical glimpse into Dale Chihuly's ambitious exhibition at San Francisco's de Young Museum.

http://www.chihuly.com

Sunday, January 23
Masterpiece Classic: Downton Abbey, Part 3
8 PM
(additional times)

Depicts the lives of the noble Crawley family in 1912 and the staff who serve them.
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/masterpiece/

 




San Antonio Wine Festival
Benefiting KLRN, tickets for the annual events of the San Antonio Wine Festival are available online and at your local H-E-B.
Wine Opener, Friday, Feb. 18
Champagne Brunch
, Sunday, Feb. 20
Fine Wine & Cuisine Tasting
, Sunday, Feb 20


There are also many ways to get involved in the Wine Festival.
Volunteer!
Become a Sponsor of the event!
Suggest a favorite restaurant/caterer!


Discover Science with Sid the Science Kid

Saturday, February 12, 2011 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
South Park Mall

For more information, contact Elisa Resendiz at 210.270.9000, ext. 2246 or eresendiz@klrn.org.
Families can enjoy learning activities, music, and lots of give-aways. With a special appearance by Sid the Science Kid. Bring your camera! This event is free and open to the public.

KLRN Video Player
Many of the programs you watch on KLRN are available online! These include programs about San Antonio, like: Children of the Revolucion
A Conversation with the Mayors
San Antonio Remembered


Watch these and other full length episodes of KLRN and PBS programs online now at: http://video.klrn.org/



Each night, KLRN World presents the best in public television's public affairs programs along with documentaries and non-fiction programs.

PBS NewsHour
--- Weeknights at 9 PM
Nightly Business Report
--- Weeknights at 10 PM
Journal
--- Weeknights at 10:30 PM

Check out the complete KLRN World schedule here.




ESTUDIO BILLBOARD
Sundays at 7PM
Top Latin music artists perform & discuss their lives, careers and the creative process. Original series, hosted by Leila Cobo of Billboard.
http://www.vmetv.com/estudiobillboard/




Saturday Marathon: The Spice is Right            
Saturday, January 15

Explore a world of spices and herbs that can really add zest to your menus.

Saturday Marathon: Kids Only
Saturday,January 23

Join us as we discover wonderful ways to engage kids in creative activities and stay young at heart ourselves.





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Visit www.klrn.org/socialmedia


 


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