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The listings are accurate and complete as possible. Some schedule changes may occur after printing. For updates and more program information go to: krwgtv.org

Wednesday 1

6:30

BBC World News

7:00

American Masters Garrison Keillor: The Man

On The Radio In The Red Shoes

Explore the imagination of the man who created A Prairie Home Companion,” the popular radio show.

8:30

America’s National Parks

8:00

Globe Trekker Spanish Islands

Discover the ancient caves of the Canary Islands and the Tiede volcano and swim alongside a whale.

9:00

Classical Destinations Across Austria To Vienna

Follow Mozart through magnificent Austrian countryside from Salzburg to imperial Vienna.

A sneak peek at Ken Burns’ latest documentary detailing the story of America’s National Parks.

9:00

Wide Angle Crossing Heaven’s Border

Focuses on refugees who cross the Tumen River into China to escape North Korea’s repressive regime.

10:00 11:00 11:30

Charlie Rose BBC World News Tavis Smiley

Thursday 2

6:30

BBC World News

7:00

Aggie Almanac

7:30

Southwest Yard And Garden

9:30

Africa Trek Ethiopia

Tribal populations and a northern enclave that hasn’t changed since Biblical times are explored.

10:00 11:00 11:30

Charlie Rose BBC World News Tavis Smiley

Friday 3

6:30

Minding Your Business

7:00

Washington Week

7:30

McLaughlin Group

8:00

NOW On PBS

8:30

Foreign Exchange

A Capitol Fourth 2009

Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor Jimmy Smits returns to host the biggest and brightest birthday party in the country, featuring, for the first time ever, Barry Manilow, who will both open and close the broadcast with a stirring medley of hits and patriotic classics along with the National Symphony Orchestra and the Choral Arts Soci- ety of Washington. Joining him are the “Queen of Soul,” Aretha Franklin; international pop sensation Natasha Bedingfield; the Tony and Grammy Award-winning cast of Jersey Boys ; multi-Grammy Award nominee Michael Feinstein; and acclaimed classical pianist Andrew von Oeyen. This star-studded cast will light up the stage on the West Lawn of the United States Capitol for the 29th annual A CAPITOL FOURTH celebration, featur- ing unrivaled musical performances with the National Symphony Orchestra under the direction of America’s prince of pops Erich Kunzel. As a special treat for the entire fam- ily, Elmo, Big Bird, Coookie Monster, Oscar the Grouch and more of the SESAME STREET gang will be on hand to celebrate America’s 233rd birthday. The Muppets will perform a medley of patriotic favorites, as well as iconic songs that everyone knows and loves from 40 years of the breakthrough children’s television series, celebrating 40 years of fun and learning.

Saturday July 4 at 9pm

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