overnight

Sun
Aug 18

back to top

12:00
am

Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers

Surgical Slimmers

TVPG | DVI | CC | HDTV | stereo

In spite of the risks, people are lining up to solve their weight problems in the operating room.

program information


12:30
am

Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers

Cars That Think

TVG | DVI | stereo

Explore cars that watch out for hazards, listen to you, read lips and know when you're distracted.

program information


2:30
am

Oregon Art Beat

Art in the Pearl; Battle of the Curators; JAW Festival; TBA Festival: Jesse Sugarmann’s Auto Monuments; Waterfront Blues Festival

TVG | CC | stereo

Art in the Pearl; Battle of the Curators; JAW Festival; TBA Festival: Jesse Sugarmann’s Auto Monuments; Waterfront Blues Festival

more on episode | Oregon Art Beat site »


3:00
am

Inner Compass

Democracy & Sharia Law: Can They Coexist?

TVPG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Jim Skillen, former president of the Center for Public Justice, discusses Sharia law and democracy.

program information


3:30
am

4:00
am

Masterpiece

Sherlock, Series Ii - The Hounds Of Baskerville

TVPG | DVI | CC | HDTV | stereo

Sherlock seeks the truth about the monstrous creature that apparently killed his client's father.

program information


5:30
am

On Story

A Conversation With Brian Helgeland

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

The creative force behind "42" shares his experience as a screenwriter, director and producer.

program information


6:00
am

b organic with Michele Beschen

Kids In The Garden

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Tips on selecting and preparing a garden location and making it an educational adventure for kids.

program information


6:30
am

Changing Seas

Alien Invaders

TVG | stereo

The invasive lionfish is a major threat to biodiversity in western Atlantic and Caribbean waters.

program information


7:00
am

Aviators

#306

TVG | stereo

Kurtis experiences oxygen deprivation in the High Altitude Lab at Embry Riddle University.

program information


7:30
am

Jonathan Bird's Blue World

Yucatan Sinkhole, Shark Biology And Ocean Defenses

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

The Muyal-Ha sinkhole is over 100 feet deep and has a false bottom created by clouds of sulfur.

program information


8:00
am

Between The Lines With Barry Kibrick

James Kouzes - The Leadership Challenge

TVG | CC | stereo

James Kouzes has written "The Leadership Challenge," the definitive book on becoming a leader.

program information


9:00
am

Just Seen It

#305

TVPG | CC | HDTV | stereo

The romantic comedy "Love Is All You Need" and "Star Trek - Into Darkness" are highlighted.

program information


9:30
am

PLUS Movie

McLintock (1963)

mono

McLintock (1963). Cattle baron George Washington McLintock fights his wife, his daughter and political land-grabbers, finally 'taming' them all in this Western comedy. Starring John Wayne, Maureen O'Hara.

program information


12:30
pm

Artist Toolbox

Tom Skerritt

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

The television and film star discusses honesty in craft and the importance of following your bliss.

program information


1:00
pm

NOVA

Ghosts Of Machu Picchu

TVPG | DVI | CC | HDTV | stereo

Archeologists probe the ruins of this "Lost City of the Incas" and unearth sacred burial grounds.

program information


2:00
pm

Growing Bolder

No Limits

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Chef Maria Hines of Tilth in Seattle makes Eggplant Ratatouille with Lemon Marinated Chicken Breast.

program information


2:30
pm

My Generation

Renovate, Innovate, Elevate

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Jane Fonda shares secrets to improving with age in an intimate one on one with Valerie Bertinelli.

program information


3:00
pm

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Vatican City

TVG | stereo

View the ceiling of St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel. Visit the Vatican's mosaic studio.

program information


3:30
pm

Rick Steves' Europe

Barcelona And Catalunya

TVG | CC | stereo

The vibrant streets, tasty tapas, the Gothic Quarter and scenic mountaintop Montserrat are enjoyed.

program information


4:00
pm

Globe Trekker

Around The World - Silk Road: X'Ian To Kashgar

TVPG | DVI | CC | stereo

Megan McCormick follows the legendary trade route in n China, starting at the silk capital of Xi'an.

program information


5:00
pm

Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen

Upscale Meat And Potatoes

TVG | stereo

Perfect Herb-Crusted Beef Tenderloin, the ultimate Duchess Potatoes and picks for fondue pots.

program information


5:30
pm

America's Test Kitchen From Cook's Illustrated

Rethinking Seafood Classics

TVG | stereo

The best Crab Cakes and perfect Grill-Smoked Salmon with lots of smoke flavor are created.

program information


6:00
pm

Doc Martin

Aromatherapy

TVPG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Local radio host Caroline Bosman may have a drinking problem. Martin tends to stinky Vernon Cooke.

program information


7:00
pm

Anywhere, Alaska

Dalton Highway: Natural Resources And Nature

TVG | CC | HDTV | stereo

Meet artists and scientists in their camps and venture into the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

program information


7:30
pm

Oregon Art Beat

Abbie Weisenbloom's House Concerts; Emek; Painter Sarkis Antikajian

TVG | CC | stereo

Abbie Weisenbloom's House Concerts; Emek; Painter Sarkis Antikajian

more on episode | Oregon Art Beat site »


9:00
pm

Moyers & Company

#232

TVRE | CC | HDTV | stereo

Continuing his long-running conversation with the American public, Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas aimed at helping viewers make sense of our tumultuous times through the insight of America’s strongest thinkers. The program also features Moyers’ hallmark essays on democracy.

program information


10:00
pm

Circus

Change On!/Survival Of The Fittest

TVPG | DVI | CC | HDTV | srnd51

Last minute changes ratchet up the pressure at the circus's first performance stop in Virginia.

program information


Thanks to our Sponsors:
become a sponsor