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PBS HAWAI‘I PRESENTS

Past Films | Submit Your Film | Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

About PBS Hawaiʻi Presents

 

Hawai‘i is home to our native Hawaiian culture, a convergence of the Pacific, Asia and Western cultures, and a complex history. As a result, Hawai‘i is rich with stories. PBS Hawai‘i Presents harnesses our Islands’ storytelling traditions with a statewide platform for independent filmmakers, offering thoughtful and diverse perspectives reflecting the history and cultures of the region.

 

We at PBS Hawai‘i are interested in sharing authentic stories that reflect our diverse communities. If you believe your film would be an excellent fit for PBS Hawaiʻi Presents, and would like to submit your film for consideration, please read our Frequently Asked Questions and Submit Your Film.

 


 

Previous PBS Hawaiʻi Presents Films

 


Here are summaries of several films that have aired on PBS Hawaiʻi Presents:

 

THE HAWAIIAN ROOM
Filmmaker: Ann Marie Kirk
The Hawaiian Room was an oasis of Hawaiian culture and entertainment in the heart of New York City, housed in the famed Lexington Hotel. Between 1937 and 1966, hundreds of dancers, singers and musicians from Hawai‘i were recruited to perform at the entertainment venue. In this documentary, more than 20 former performers spoke candidly and fondly of their experience at the historic nightclub, and the culture shock of moving from Hawai‘i to New York City.

 

THE ROOTS OF ‘ULU
Filmmakers: Matt Yamashita and John Antonelli
This documentary traced the mythological origins of ‘ulu, its journey from Tahiti to Hawai‘i on Polynesian voyaging canoes, and modern efforts to revitalize breadfruit as a possible solution to food shortages. Native practitioners, medical specialists and agricultural experts have a shared vision of the ‘ulu tree playing an important role in cultural preservation, health restoration and food sustainability for Hawai‘i’s future.

 

KŪ KANAKA/STAND TALL
Filmmaker: Marlene Booth
In August 1969, 15-year-old Terry Kanalu Young became a quadriplegic after a diving accident. Initially bitter about his circumstances, he eventually realized that his rage could destroy him – or he could learn a great lesson from it. This film explored Young’s life journey, from a Hawaiian history student to an activist and community leader, and how he used his insights about identity and trauma to offer hope to dispossessed Native Hawaiians.

 

DREAM BIG: NANAKULI AT THE FRINGE
Filmmakers: Robert Pennybacker and Roy Kimura
This PBS Hawai‘i-produced documentary follows the students of Nanakuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center on O‘ahu, who were given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel halfway across the globe to perform at The Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. When a lack of funds threatens to keep students from going to Scotland, the Hawai‘i community rallies behind them.

 

CANEFIELD SONGS: HOLEHOLE BUSHI
Filmmakers: Chris Conybeare and Joy Chong Stannard
In this film, Professor of Anthropology Christine Yano explains, “If we want to know something of what some of these womenʻs lives were like…we could do no better than to listen to their own words, as expressed through song.” The women that Professor Yano is referring to are Japanese immigrants who worked in Hawai‘i’s sugarcane fields in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Through their canefield songs, or holehole bushi, these women sang about their joys and sorrows of trying to start life in a new world. Hosted and narrated by ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro, the film tells the story of music teacher Harry Urata, and his efforts to record, preserve and perpetuate these musical oral histories.

 

‘IKE: KNOWLEDGE IS EVERYWHERE
Filmmaker: Matthew Nagato
In his documentary, filmmaker Matthew Nagato could have pointed out everything that’s wrong with public education in Hawai‘i. Instead, Nagato set out to accent the positive, by sharing stories of trailblazers in Hawai‘i who are creating and implementing innovative programs to improve public education. “We want people to strive, to get to places, to do things, and not just sit around and accept the status quo, simply because it’s difficult. I choose the route that gives people the hope, the opportunity and the belief,” Nagato stated in an interview.

 

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Submit Your Film

 

There are two ways you can submit your film for consideration for PBS Hawaiʻi Presents: an online submission, or by mail. Please see below and choose one option.

 

Option 1: Fill out the electronic submission form below.

 

Option 2: Download and fill out our submission form.

If you choose to fill out and print a submission form, please mail this form, along with a copy of your film, or a link and password to your film, to:

Jason Suapaia
Director of Integrated Media
PBS Hawaiʻi
808.462.5070
jsuapaia@pbshawaii.org

 

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 

What types of films are usually aired on PBS Hawaiʻi Presents?

PBS Hawai‘i Presents is our weekly hour-long series featuring authentic stories that reflect our diverse communities in Hawai‘i and the Pacific. A hallmark of any programming on PBS Hawai‘i is that it must not be driven by political or commercial interests.

 

What are you looking for when you select programs?

The most important factor is quality, in editorial content and production values. Here are some of the questions we consider in determining whether a film is a good fit for PBS Hawai‘i Presents:

•  Is the program meaningful to the viewers/users we serve?
•  Is the program compelling?
•  Is it fair and accurate?
•  Does it reflect diverse viewpoints?
•  Has the story been told before?
•  Is the program well-shot and well-edited?
•  Is the program satisfying from beginning to end?

In addition to reviewing films as individual submissions, we look at the mix of films over the course of a broadcast season to assure a varied slate.

 

Will you review rough cuts?

PBS Hawaiʻi reviews completed films for consideration.

 

How do I submit my program?

Click here.

 

Will I be notified if my program gets selected for broadcast?

When you submit your online application and film link to PBS Hawai‘i, you will receive an email confirmation that your application has been received. Within 60 days, you can expect to be notified whether your film is under consideration. A final decision is made quarterly during a calendar year.

 

How will PBS Hawaiʻi Presents support my program?

We work with filmmakers to meet PBS Hawai‘i technical requirements. PBS Hawai‘i also provides promotional support for PBS Hawai‘i Presents films, including but not limited to our broadcast channels, social media, and pbshawaii.org.

 

Do I have to clear rights for public television broadcast?

Yes, you will need to clear legal rights prior to broadcast.

 

Do I need Errors and Omissions Insurance?

Yes. You are required to have E&O insurance in place prior to broadcast, but not prior to submission.

 

Is there a PBS Hawaiʻi Presents acquisition fee?

PBS Hawai‘i does not pay a licensing or acquisition fee to filmmakers for programs accepted for PBS Hawai‘i Presents. PBS Hawai‘i does not fund the production or distribution of independent films, but can broadcast the programs.

 

What is the PBS Hawaiʻi Presents standard broadcast length?

The total running time (TRT) is 56 minutes, 46 seconds for a “TV hour” (including credits), no commercial breaks. Occasionally shorter programs are considered, typically half-hour productions. Actual length should be no more than 26 minutes, 46 seconds (including credits), uninterrupted.

 

Can there be a theatrical release of my film prior to broadcast?

Yes.

 

Will PBS Hawaiʻi edit my film in any way?

PBS Hawai‘i will not edit films, but we may request edits to ensure clarity and accuracy, and to maintain broadcast time requirements.

 

How long is the required PBS Hawaiʻi broadcast license period?

PBS Hawaiʻi requires a three-year broadcast license agreement.

 

Whom do I contact if I have additional submission questions?

Please email Jason Suapaia, Director of Integrated Media, at jsuapaia@pbshawaii.org or call at 808. 462. 5070.

 


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PROGRAM LISTINGS
Apr. 10 – Apr. 16, 2016

 

Arts, Drama, Culture

 

CALL THE MIDWIFE

Season 5, Part 2 of 7

Sun., April 10, 7:00 pm

New

 

It’s 1961 and Poplar is beginning to feel the winds of social change,
along with improvements in housing, sanitation and healthcare.

 

Season 5, Part 2 of 7
Barbara is caught between a stressed expectant mother and her impecunious
husband. Sister Evangeline’s vocal objection to the sale of baby formula
distresses a new mother who’s unable to breastfeed.

 

GRANTCHESTER SEASON 2 ON MASTERPIECE

Part 3 of 6

Sun., April 10, 8:00 pm

New

 

Reverend Sidney Chambers (James Norton) and Inspector Geordie Keating (Martin
Green) return for another round of mysteries. Together, the sensitive vicar
and the hard-bitten cop make perfect crime-solving partners.

 

Part 3 of 6
Sidney and Geordie answer a false alarm, which turns into a real murder
investigation. Amanda gets into trouble. Things get more serious with Margaret.

 

MR. SELFRIDGE SEASON 4 ON MASTERPIECE

Part 3 of 9

Sun., April 10, 9:00 pm

New

 

Jeremy Piven returns as the flamboyant American entrepreneur Harry Gordon
Selfridge, who founded the famous London department store, Selfridges.
Pioneering and reckless, with an almost manic energy, Selfridge creates a
theater of retail where any topic or trend that is new, exciting,
entertaining, or just eccentric, is showcased. In his personal life, as in
his business, he is addicted to the sensational, which creates exciting
complications for all concerned. Season Four picks up the Selfridge story
in 1946.

 

Part 3 of 9
Frank turns into prey at a swank junket for the press. Josie arrives to
console Grove. Harry faces a choice: settle a gambling debt or bankroll the
Dolly twins’ dream job.

 

10 Homes That Changed America

Sun., April 10, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Visit homes that transformed residential living, from grand estates like
Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater to the
pueblos of Taos, New Mexico, and the tenements of 19th-century New York.

 

NA MELE

Nathan Aweau

Mon., April 11, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

Nathan Aweau, award-winning vocalist and former member of music group Hapa,
performs in this special recorded at the PBS Hawaii studio. In between songs,
Nathan reflects on his work from scenic Kahana Bay on Windward Oahu.

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Tucson, AZ, Part 3 of 3

Mon., April 11, 8:00 pm

New

 

Fantastic finds in Tucson include an 1889 George Hitchcock oil diptych and
an 1861 Abraham Lincoln presidential pardon letter.

 

JACKIE ROBINSON

Part 1 of 2

Mon., April 11, 9:00 pm

Sat., April 16, 8:00 pm

New

 

Examine the life and times of Jack Roosevelt Robinson, who in 1947 lifted a
nation and an entire race on his shoulders when he crossed baseball’s color
line. Ken Burns reveals fascinating stories about the legend’s life on and
off the field.

 

Part 1 of 2
Robinson rises from humble origins to integrate Major League Baseball,
performing brilliantly despite the threats and abuse he faces on and off the
field and, in the process, challenges the prejudiced notions of what a black
man can achieve.

 

Secrets of Saint John Paul

Mon., April 11, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Examine previously unknown correspondence between Pope John Paul II, now a
saint, and an American woman. Through hundreds of letters, a deep relationship
begun between then-Cardinal Wojtyla and Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka continued after
he became pope. What we learn from John Paul II’s letters sheds informative light
on both his intellect and his humanity.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

Nainoa Thompson

Tues., April 12, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

As a young boy growing up in ahupuaa o Niu, now known as Niu Valley, Nainoa
Thompson would go to Maunalua Bay with a family friend, Yoshi Kawano. “And
we would go fishing. And that’s where my love for the ocean started, through
fishing,” Thompson remembers. Today, Master Navigator Nainoa Thompson is
sailing the Polynesian voyaging canoe, Hokulea, on a voyage around the
world to raise awareness about the importance of taking care of our earth
and the ocean that he loves.

 

This program will be rebroadcast on Wednesday, April 13 at 11:00 pm and
Sunday, April 17 at 4:00 pm.

 

10 Parks That Changed America

Tues., April 12, 8:00 pm

New

 

Explore the serene spaces that offer city dwellers a respite from the hustle
and bustle of urban life, from Savannah, Georgia’s elegant squares to a park
built over a freeway in Seattle to New York City’s High Line.

JACKIE ROBINSON

Part Two

Tues., April 12, 9:00 pm

Sat., April 16, 10:00 pm

New

 

Examine the life and times of Jack Roosevelt Robinson, who in 1947 lifted a
nation and an entire race on his shoulders when he crossed baseball’s color
line. Ken Burns reveals fascinating stories about the legend’s life on and
off the field.

 

Part Two
Robinson uses his fame to speak out against injustice, alienating many who
had once lauded him for “turning the other cheek.” After baseball, he seeks
ways to fight inequality, but as he faces a crippling illness, he struggles
to remain relevant.

 

CRAFT IN AMERICA

Celebration

Tues., April 12, 11:00 pm

Encore

 


This episode explores craft artists, objects and traditions of various
holidays. Featured are lion dancers and float builders of San Francisco’s
Chinese New Year Parade, Kwanzaa celebrations in Chicago and Oakland, and
woodblock Christmas cards made by Yoshiko Yamamoto in Washington state

 

A CHEF’S LIFE

Gone Clamming, Part II

Wed., April 13, 7:30 pm and 11:30 pm

Encore

 

A Chef’s Life is a cooking and documentary series that takes viewers inside
the life of Chef Vivian Howard, who, with her husband Ben Knight, opens a
fine dining restaurant in her small hometown in Eastern North Carolina.
Each episode follows Vivian out of the kitchen and into cornfields,
strawberry patches and hog farms as she hunts down the ingredients that
inspire her menus. Using a chef’s modern sensibilities, Vivian explores
Southern cuisine, past and present – one ingredient at a time. A celebration
of true farm-to-table food, the series combines the action and drama of
a high-pressure business with the joys and stresses of family life.

 

Gone Clamming, Part II
The visit to Charleston continues, with Vivian attending the popular Waffle
House Smackdown. Frank Lee, “Mayor of Charleston,” invites Vivian to his
home and schools her in the proper way to open a clam and reveals the secret
to his aunt’s decadent clam hash.

 

PBS HAWAII PRESENTS

Keola Beamer: Mālama Ko Aloha (Keep Your Love)

Thurs., April 14, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

This program tells the story of Keola Beamer’s journey through song. The
respected composer and slack key guitarist partners with an array of
musicians, including Native American flutist R. Carlos Nakai, American jazz
pianist Geoffrey Keezer and Hawaiian vocalist Raiatea Helm. These
collaborations demonstrate how one can retain cultural identity while openly
sharing with others to create something new – a global art form. This
multicultural exchange reaches its zenith when Beamer performs a Hawaiian-
language version of John Lennon’s “Imagine,” with musicians playing
traditional Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, Australian, Classical European
and American Jazz instruments.

 

In another particularly moving segment, Keola accompanies his wife Moanalani
Beamer as she performs a hula as a quadriplegic woman who magically regains
use of her limbs in a dream.

 

GLOBE TREKKER

Wild West USA

Thurs., April 14, 10:00 pm

New

 

Trekkers Zay Harding, Sami Sabiti, Holly Morris, Justine Shapiro and Ian
Wright explore the extraordinary history of America’s spectacular Wild West.
Sami starts the journey by following Lewis & Clark’s 3700-mile journey of
exploration from 1804; Zay visits the location of the most famous siege in
the history of the Wild West – the Alamo; Justine visits the site of the
first discovery of the California Gold Rush; Holly joins the annual re-ride
of the 2000 mile Pony Express route; and Ian heads to the Little Bighorn
battlefield in Montana, the site of Custer’s famous Last Stand in 1876.

 

WELL READ

Timothy Egan: The Immortal Irishman

Thurs., April 14, 11:00 pm

New

 

Timothy Egan’s latest book presents the epic story of one of the most
fascinating Irishmen of nineteenth-century America: Thomas Francis Meagher.

 

JAZZ

Swing: Pure Pleasure (1935-1937)

Fri., April 15, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns tells the story of jazz – the quintessential
American art form. The 10-part series follows the growth and development of
jazz music from its beginnings to the present.

 

Swing: Pure Pleasure (1935-1937)
Big band jazz – swing – becomes the most popular music in America. Some fans,
disturbed by its popularity, start a movement to embrace “traditional” jazz.
In the western “territories,” a blues-soaked big band style further
transforms jazz.

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING

The Big Island, Hawai‘i

Sat., April 16, 7:00 pm

Encore

 

This series combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations
for the ultimate dining experience. In the third season of the Emmy-nominated
series, Australian Chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, and across the sea,
traveling to Nashville, Louisville, Miami, San Antonio, Hawai‘i and other US
locations to meet the best chefs in each area and cook a delicious meal that
incorporates local and seasonal ingredients.

 

The Big Island, Hawai‘i
“The Pied Piper of Hawaii Regional Cuisine,” Chef Peter Merriman takes Pete on
a trip up the Kohala Mountains to the beautiful Kahua Ranch where they pick up
Wagyu beef for the night’s feast. Meanwhile, local chef Jim Babian sources
abalone straight from the tank at the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawai‘i.
Later, the chefs meet up at Merriman’s Restaurant to prepare wood-grilled
abalone; pipikaula beef jerky poke; pan-seared kampachi with lilikoi brown
butter sauce; and lamb curry with fresh ginger, turmeric, coconut and
pineapple-mint garnish.

 

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Palm Beach, Florida

Sat., April 16, 7:30 pm

New

 

Burt discovers how the Palm Beach was developed, visits the Norton Museum of
Art and learns the history of polo.

 

Public Affairs

 

THE OPEN MIND

Sun., April 10, 6:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by Alexander Heffner, this weekly public affairs program is a
thoughtful excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national
and public concern with the most compelling minds of our times.

 

HIKI NŌ

Thurs., April 14, 7:30 pm

New

 

TOP STORY

 

Students from Wai‘anae High School in West Oahu present their story,
“Without Home”, about the Hale Aole homeless encampment near the boat harbor
in Waianae. What makes Hale Aole different from other homeless encampments
on Oahu is that the residents have established a set of rules for their
community and take it upon themselves to enforce those rules. Although the
residents of Hale Aole are technically homeless, many consider the encampment
their home because it provides them with a safe haven. As one of the residents says: “How do know if it’s home? If it’s your sanctuary.”

 

ALSO FEATURED:

 

Students from Sacred Hearts Academy on Oahu tell the story of a young
volunteer at the Honolulu Zoo who is following in the footsteps of her zoo
employee parents.

 

Students from Kalani High School on Oahu show us the latest in 3-D printing
with a computer-controlled laser-cutter.

 

Continuing the theme of high-tech innovations, we visit the HIKI NŌ archives
for a look back at an ‘Ewa Maka‘i Middle School (Oahu) story on their high-tech
physical education program.

 

Students at Seabury Hall Middle School on Maui show us the history and
present-day use of mules in Haleakala National Park.
Students at Moanalua High School on Oahu tell of the obstacles that faced a
high school volleyball player when he transferred from Saint Louis School
to Moanalua High School.

 

This program encores Saturday, April 16 at 12:00 pm and Sunday, April 17 at
3:00 pm. You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website, www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I

Who’s Homeschooling and Why?

Thurs., April 14, 8:00 pm

New

 

Nearly 6,000 children are being homeschooled in Hawaii. INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I takes a look at parents’ different reasons for not sending their children through the school system. Guests will also discuss the pros and cons of homeschooling.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAI‘I is a live public affairs show that is also streamed
live on PBSHawaii.org. Your questions and comments are welcome via phone,
email, or Twitter during the broadcast. You may email us ahead of time to
insights@pbshawaii.org, or include the #pbsinsights hashtag when posting on Twitter.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., April 15, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists
participating in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., April 15, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri., April 15, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

Science and Nature

 

NATURE

India’s Wandering Lions

Wed., April 13, 8:00 pm

New

 

Witness the incredible story of Asia’s last wild lions, once on the brink of
extinction, but who now live dangerously close to the villagers of India.

 

NOVA

Can Alzheimer’s Be Stopped?

Wed., April 13, 9:00 pm

New

 

Alzheimer’s ravages the minds of over 40 million victims worldwide. Join
scientists as they untangle the cause of this tragic illness and go behind
the scenes of major drug trials to discover the therapies that may slow
and even prevent the disease.

 

Ride the Tiger

Wed., April 13, 10:00 pm

Fri., April 15, 11:00 pm

New

 

Search the bipolar brain to find out where the biological and chemical
breakdowns occur and how we may be able to pre-empt disorders and fix or
rewire our brains. Learn if new treatments can lead to advances in other
areas of mental illness as well.

 

DIY

 

ROUGH CUT: WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC

Fall Front Desk with Steve Brown

Sat., April 16, 2:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by carpenter, craftsman and educator Tommy MacDonald, the sixth
season of this series offers woodworking enthusiasts the confidence to
fulfill their furniture-making dreams. With help from his friends Al, Eli
and Steve and special guests, Tommy creates bold and inspiring woodworking
designs. Tommy also travels to historic landmarks around the country for
inspiration.

 

Fall Front Desk with Steve Brown
Tommy and Steve build a fall front desk.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., April 16, 2:30 pm

New

 

Watch Jenn Nawada convert a front yard into a wildlife oasis. See Tom’s
secret to make a wood floor patch look seamless. Richard reveals the best
ways to unclog a sink.

 

THIS OLD HOUSE

Truck in the New House

Sat., April 16, 3:00 pm

New

 

Kevin sees how Erik installs the perimeter drain. An inspector arrives to
approve the new foundation. The first shipment of pre-cut framing lumber
arrives on site. Kim Turner explains her landscape plan to Richard and
the homeowners.

 

MARTHA BAKES

Homemade Donuts

Sat., April 16, 4:00 pm

New

 

Martha Stewart shares her invaluable techniques while preparing a variety
of homemade doughnuts – from raspberry filled doughnuts and crisp apple
fritters to the famous sugarcoated doughnut from New Orleans known as a
beignet.

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

Pork and Pears

Sat., April 16, 4:30 pm

New

 

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making milk-braised pork
loin. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball
to a tasting of apricot preserves. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison
shows Chris how to make roasted pears with dried apricots and pistachios.

 

JACQUES PEPIN: HEART & SOUL

Cooking Clever

Sat., April 16, 5:00 pm

New

 

Jacques Pépin presents his final series, featuring demonstrations of his
impeccable technique along with candid exchanges between Jacques and his
family and friends.

 

Cooking Clever
Jacques prepares mussels with cream and chives on soft polenta for an easy
seafood dinner. Classic Italian spaghetti a la Bolognese includes
Jacques’ special tip to make a delicious, hearty and flavorful sauce. A
delicate sautéed radicchio salad ends on a savory-bitter note.

 

SARA’S WEEKNIGHT MEALS

Sustainable Surf

Sat., April 16, 5:30 pm

New

 

Chef Sara Moulton returns with a fifth season of simple but delicious
recipes for putting flavorful, healthy, home-cooked meals on the table
with minimal fuss.

 

Sustainable Surf
Sara is passionate about seafood, but also about eating it responsibly.
That’s also the mission of our guest, Top Chef winner Hung Huynh.
Huynh brings favorite seafood dishes – grilled shrimp and lettuce wraps,
and his roasted branzino.

 

PROGRAM LISTINGS
Apr. 3 – Apr. 9, 2016

 

Arts, Drama, Culture

 

CALL THE MIDWIFE

Season 5, Part 1 of 7

Sun., April 3, 7:00 pm

New

 

It’s 1961 and Poplar is beginning to feel the winds of social change, along
with improvements in housing, sanitation and healthcare.

 

Season 5, Part 1 of 7
Witness a couple’s disagreement over the future of their child, born without
arms and legs. Patsy, elated to find Delia fully recovered from her accident,
is dismayed to learn that Delia’s mother wants her to move back home to Wales.

 

GRANTCHESTER SEASON 2 ON MASTERPIECE

Part 2 of 6

Sun., April 3, 8:00 pm

New

 

Reverend Sidney Chambers (James Norton) and Inspector Geordie Keating
(Martin Green) return for another round of mysteries. Together, the sensitive
vicar and the hard-bitten cop make perfect crime-solving partners.

 

Part 2 of 6
A professor dies in a suspicious fall. A government agent warns Geordie to
back off the case. Meanwhile, Sidney is warned off an old flame, but finds
a new prospect.

 

MR. SELFRIDGE SEASON 4 ON MASTERPIECE

Part 2 of 9

Sun., April 3, 9:00 pm

New

 

Jeremy Piven returns as the flamboyant American entrepreneur Harry Gordon
Selfridge, who founded the famous London department store, Selfridges.
Pioneering and reckless, with an almost manic energy, Selfridge creates a
theater of retail where any topic or trend that is new, exciting, entertaining,
or just eccentric, is showcased. In his personal life, as in his business, he
is addicted to the sensational, which creates exciting complications for all
concerned. Season Four picks up the Selfridge story in 1946.

 

Part 2 of 9
To Gordon’s horror, Harry and Jimmy make a high-risk deal. Meanwhile, Harry
courts one of the Dolly twins, Jimmy courts Mae and Elizabeth Arden
courts Kitty.

 

10 Buildings That Changed America

Sun., April 3, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Geoffrey Baer hosts this survey of 10 influential buildings in a cross-country
journey of American architecture. Meet the daring architects who imagined them
and learn the stories of how they came to change the way we live, work,
worship, learn, shop and play.

 

NA MELE

Waipuna

Mon., April 4, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

Kale Hannahs, David Kamakahi and Matt Sproat of the acclaimed Hawaiian music
group Waipuna present their interpretation of Hawaiian music, accompanied by
hula dancer Jaimie Kennedy. From “Malama Mau Hawaii,” a selection from
Waipuna’s first album, to “E Mau Ke Aloha,” composed by David’s father,
Dennis Kamakahi, Waipuna will take you through a joyful musical cycle.

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Tucson, AZ, Part 2 of 3

Mon., April 4, 8:00 pm

New

 

Discover hidden treasures in Tucson, such as a Jackie Robinson archive from
around 1938, a 1960 GMT Master model Rolex with the original box and papers,
and diamond and onyx jewelry, ca. 1920.

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Detroit, MI, Part 1 of 3

Mon., April 4, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Highlights from Detroit include a 1970 Andy Warhol poster signed by Warhol
himself; an early 20th-century collection of locally crafted Pewabic pottery;
and a working script of The Wizard of Oz, used on set by Bert Lahr,
fondly known as the “Cowardly Lion.”

 

INDEPENDENT LENS

Welcome to Leith

Mon., April 4, 10:00 pm

New

 

Explore how residents of a North Dakota town struggle against a notorious
white supremacist. As his behavior becomes more threatening, tensions soar
and the residents desperately look for ways to expel their unwanted neighbor.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

Sabra Kauka

Tues., April 5, 7:30 pm

New

 

Sabra Kauka strives to honor the place Hawaiian values have in our modern
world. As a cultural practitioner and teacher on Kauai, she helps sustain
and perpetuate Native Hawaiian traditions by sharing her knowledge with
future generations.

 

This program will be rebroadcast on Wednesday, April 6 at 11:00 pm and Sunday,
April 10 at 4:00 pm.

 

10 Homes That Changed America

Tues., April 5, 8:00 pm

New

 

Visit homes that transformed residential living, from grand estates like
Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater to the
pueblos of Taos, New Mexico, and the tenements of 19th-century New York.

 

Secrets of Saint John Paul

Tues., April 5, 9:00 pm

New

 

Examine previously unknown correspondence between Pope John Paul II, now a
saint, and an American woman. Through hundreds of letters, a deep
relationship begun between then-Cardinal Wojtyla and Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
continued after he became pope. Though there is no suggestion in the letters
or in the documentary of any impropriety between Pope John Paul II and Dr.
Tymieniecka, what we learn from his letters sheds informative light on both
his intellect and his humanity.

 

A CHEF’S LIFE

Gone Clamming, Part I

Wed., April 6, 7:30 pm and 11:30 pm

Encore

 

A Chef’s Life is a cooking and documentary series that takes viewers inside
the life of Chef Vivian Howard, who, with her husband Ben Knight, opens a
fine dining restaurant in her small hometown in Eastern North Carolina. Each
episode follows Vivian out of the kitchen and into cornfields, strawberry
patches and hog farms as she hunts down the ingredients that inspire her menus.
Using a chef’s modern sensibilities, Vivian explores Southern cuisine, past
and present – one ingredient at a time. A celebration of true farm-to-table
food, the series combines the action and drama of a high-pressure business
with the joys and stresses of family life.

 

Gone Clamming, Part I
Travel with Vivian to the Charleston, North Carolina Wine and Food Festival,
the South’s premiere gathering of world-class chefs and food folk. A
clamming trip with low-country legend “Clammer Dave” adds a bit of adventure.

 

Olympic Quest: Teshya and Clarissa

Thurs., April 7, 8:00 pm

New

 

This special presentation celebrates two Olympic hopefuls from Hawaii: Teshya
Alo and Clarissa Chun. They are competing in the U.S. Olympic Wrestling Trials
on April 9-10 in Iowa City.

 

The film Winning Girl follows the four-year journey of Hawaii teenager
Teshya Alo, whose sights are set on taking the gold at international judo and
wrestling championships. Throughout, she also faces the challenges of
growing up.

 

Then, Clarissa Chun talks to Leslie Wilcox about her experiences in what she
calls a “fun but gruesome” sport. Long before winning an Olympic bronze medal
in wrestling, Clarissa started competing in judo at age 7. By the time she
took up wrestling at Roosevelt High School, Clarissa was unfazed about
grappling with both boys and girls.

 

GLOBE TREKKER

Delhi & Agra

Thurs., April 7, 10:00 pm

New

 

Delhi is an incarnation of seven cities all born out of a bloody history.
It’s a city teeming with extraordinary life flowing through the 22 million
Hindu and Muslim inhabitants who make India’s capital one of the most
vibrant in the world. It’s also what attracts trekker Ian Wright to explore
Delhi’s old quarters, bargain bazaars and monuments. Ian also takes in
spectacular visits to the Taj Mahal in Agra, and the holy town of Haridwar
in Uttarakhand.

 

WELL READ

Elizabeth Strout: My Name Is Lucy Barton

Thurs., April 7, 11:00 pm

New

 

Writer Elizabeth Strout’s latest novel tells how a simple hospital visit
becomes a portal to the tender relationship between mother and daughter.

 

JAZZ

Our Language (1924-1928)

Fri., April 8, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns tells the story of jazz – the quintessential
American art form. The 10-part series follows the growth and development of
jazz music from its beginnings to the present.

 

Our Language (1924-1928)
Follow musicians Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith, Bix Beiderbecke, Benny
Goodman, Artie Shaw, Sidney Bechet, Ethel Waters and Duke Ellington, who
begins his incomparable career as the pre-eminent composer in jazz history.

 

JAZZ

The True Welcome (1929-1935)

Fri., April 8, 10:30 pm

Encore

 

Acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns tells the story of jazz – the quintessential
American art form. The 10-part series follows the growth and development of
jazz music from its beginnings to the present.

 

The True Welcome (1929-1935)
Amid the Depression, the Lindy Hop begins to catch on at dance halls. The
reminiscences of two of Harlem’s great dancers, Frankie Manning and Norma
Miller, inform the episode. As swing dancing catches on, a new kind of big
band jazz begins to emerge.

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING

Maui, Hawaii

Sat., April 9, 7:00 pm

Encore

 

This series combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations
for the ultimate dining experience. In the third season of the Emmy-nominated
series, Australian Chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, and across the sea,
traveling to Nashville, Louisville, Miami, San Antonio, Hawaii and other US
locations to meet the best chefs in each area and cook a delicious meal that
incorporates local and seasonal ingredients.

 

Maui, Hawaii
Pete explores, cooks and dines with two of the island’s excellent chefs,
2014 Maui Chef of the Year Isaac Bancaco, and founder of the mobile kitchen
Maui Fresh Streatery, Kyle Kawakami. The adventure starts with some off–shore
fishing. Back on shore the team prepares a modern take on a traditional Maui
feast at the spectacular Noho‘ana Farm known for its taro and poi.

 

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Sailing the Danube

Sat., April 9, 7:30 pm

New

 

The Danube River flows through nine countries and is one of the great rivers
of Europe. Burt Wolf stops in Nuremberg, Germany, where we take a look at
the works of Albrecht Durer, master artist of the 14th century. Next, it’s
a visit to Salzburg, Austria, with a walk through the streets where Mozart
lived and a tour of the ancient Melk Abbey. The program ends with a visit
to Hungary’s capitol, Budapest.

 

THE STORY OF WOMEN AND ART

New

 

In this three-part series, Professor Amanda Vickery explores the story of
female creativity through the ages with a fascinating art history tour from
the Renaissance to the 20th century. Vickery shows how a familiarity with
female artistry helps us to understand the ways societal attitudes toward
women and their artistic endeavors have evolved throughout the years.

 

Part 1 of 3

Sat., April 9, 8:00 pm

 

Professor Vickery begins her journey in Florence, cradle of the Renaissance.
This was a world where women’s private lives and creativity were well hidden
behind closed doors. Vickery encounters intrepid art historians who, as they
have discovered long-forgotten works in basements, storeroom and convents,
also uncover the incredible stories of female artists who fulfilled their
artistic ambitions, despite myriad social constraints placed upon them.
Leaving the opulence and excess of Catholicism behind, Vickery heads north,
discovering how the Protestant Reformation created a very different
artistic landscape.

 

Part 2 of 3

Sat., April 9, 9:00 pm

 

Professor Vickery turns the spotlight on Britain – a new world leader in
innovation, manufacturing and commerce, and France – home to the finest
and most extravagant court of the 18th century. It’s a world defined by male
artists like Joshua Reynolds and Thomas Gainsborough. Yet this was a world
shaped, styled and designed by women. Much of the art produced by women had
the status of “amateur” – a word that had yet to acquire the negative
connotations it holds today.

 

Part 3 of 3

Sat., April 9, 10:00 pm

 

Professor Vickery explores the explosion of creative opportunities seized by
women from the mid-19th to the mid-20th century. At a time when women were
beginning to demand greater social and economic freedoms and boldly forge
independent paths, female creativity would not only triumph in traditionally
male-dominated artistic arenas but redefine the very notion of what art could
be. One artist, in particular, forged the most unconventional of paths while
using conventional mediums: Georgia O’Keefe. O’Keefe founded an artistic
movement from her New Mexico retreat, proving that with courage and talent
women could be recognized as world class artists.

 

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS

Beck

Sat., April 9, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Singer/songwriter Beck plays songs from his album Morning Phase along
with some of his greatest hits.

 

Public Affairs

 

THE OPEN MIND

Sun., April 3, 6:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by Alexander Heffner, this weekly public affairs program is a
thoughtful excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national
and public concern with the most compelling minds of our times.

 

FRONTLINE

Putin’s Way

Tues., April 5, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

FRONTLINE investigates the accusations of criminality and corruption that
have surrounded Vladimir Putin’s reign in Russia. Tracing his career back
over two decades, the program examines how the accumulation of wealth and
power has led to autocratic rule and the specter of a new Cold War.

 

POINT TAKEN

Tues., April 5, 11:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by Carlos Watson, an Emmy Award-winning journalist and co-founder/CEO
of OZY Media, this weekly late-night debate series champions spirited and
civil conversation. Each half-hour program focuses on a single topic, and
features journalists, artists, academics and experts who will passionately
and persuasively explore all sides of a key issue.

 

HIKI NŌ

Thurs., April 7, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

This special edition of HIKI NŌ highlights some of the best stories from
the winter quarter of the 2015-16 school year. Besides being excellent
stories, the features in this compilation were also selected for how they
reflect the values of Generation Z: people born in 1995 or later. HIKI NŌ
students, currently middle and high schoolers, are part of Generation Z.
National surveys show that, in general, Gen Z-ers are tech-savvy
entrepreneurs who are very aware of the world’s problems and are looking
for practical ways to solve them. They are empathetic to others, socially
conscious, tend not be gender- or age-biased and share an affinity with
senior citizens.

 

The stories featured in this compilation, along with the Gen Z trends they
reflect, are:

 

“A Home for Larenzo” (Waianae Intermediate School – Oahu)

 

A student leader at the Waianae Boys and Girls Club is found to be homeless.

 

Gen Z trend: They are growing up in a post 9/11 world during a recession,
with 1 in 4 American children living in poverty.

 

“Science Teacher” (Sacred Hearts Academy – Oahu)

 

A female science teacher at an all-girls school receives national
recognition from President Obama.

 

Gen Z trend: Traditional gender roles are being challenged.

 

“Ukulele Hale” (Mid-Pacific – Oahu)

 

An ukulele virtuoso decides to open his own music school rather than be
employed by someone else’s school.

 

Gen Z trend: Entrepreneurship is in their DNA.

 

“Dog Wheelchair” (Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School – Kauai)

 

An 8th grade girl uses an engineering app to design and build a wheelchair
for her disabled dog.

 

Gen Z trend: They use technology to solve problems.

 

“Deaf Cheerleader” (Maui High School – Maui)

 

A deaf high school student is determined to do everything her hearing peers
can do, including being part of the Junior Varsity cheerleading squad.

 

Gen Z trend: They are empathetic and accepting of differences.

 

“Joe Young” (Kapaa Middle School – Kauai)

 

A retired police officer beats prostate cancer without surgery, radiation,
or chemotherapy. His cure: leading a happy life.

 

Gen Z trend: They have a great affinity and respect for elders.

 

“Iloreta Brothers” (Kapaa High School – Kauai)

 

A young man with Cerebral Palsy and his brother participate in long
distance runs to promote their social awareness campaign called “I Am My
Ability, I Am Not My Disability.”

 

Gen Z trend: They exhibit social entrepreneurship.

 

This edition of HIKI NŌ is hosted by HIKI NŌ alumna, University of
Hawaii at Manoa Communications/Political Science major, and Gen Z-er
Shisa Kahaunaele.

 

This program encores Saturday, April 9 at 12:00 pm and Sunday, April 10 at
3:00 pm. You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website, www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., April 8, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists
participating in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., April 8, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri., April 8, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

Science and Nature

 

NATURE

Saving Otter 501

Wed., April 6, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

This is the story of the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s 501st attempt to save a
stranded orphan otter. From her discovery as a newborn pup crying on the
beach, through her rehabilitation in secret roof tanks atop the Monterey
Bay Aquarium, follow Otter 501 as she learns how to survive in the wild.

 

NOVA

Vikings Unearthed

Wed., April 6, 9:00 pm

New

 

They were pioneering warriors, expert seafarers and colonists of the North
Atlantic realm. The Vikings even claimed in their sagas to have reached
America. Now, Dr. Sarah Parcak uncovers new clues about their legendary expeditions and settlements.

 

History

 

Buried History with Mark Walberg

Avalon

Thurs., April 7, 9:30 pm

Encore

 

Every town has a story…you just have to know where to dig. Host Mark
Walberg visits Catalina Island, off the Southern California coast, and the
city of Avalon. There, he uncovers important residents and families of the
past, the history of development of the island into a popular tourist
destination, celebrity sightings and even a few mysteries.

 

DIY

 

ROUGH CUT: WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC

Computer Table with Al D’attanasio

Sat., April 9, 2:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by carpenter, craftsman and educator Tommy MacDonald, the sixth
season of this series offers woodworking enthusiasts the confidence to
fulfill their furniture-making dreams. With help from his friends Al, Eli
and Steve and special guests, Tommy creates bold and inspiring woodworking
designs. Tommy also travels to historic landmarks around the country
for inspiration.

 

Computer Table with Al D’attanasio
Tommy is joined by Al D’Attanasio to build a computer table.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., April 9, 2:30 pm

New

 

Scott visits a 19th-century home in Saint Paul, MN to install a light
fixture. Richard gives a mom peace of mind with an overflow drain.

 

THIS OLD HOUSE

This Old New House

Sat., April 9, 3:00 pm

New

 

Tommy and Kevin visit a factory, as general contractor Erik Kaminski watches
the first shipment of framing parts leave. Richard visits the property as
blasting of the rock ledge begins. The foundation is poured.

 

MARTHA BAKES

Fruit Curds

Sat., April 9, 4:00 pm

New

 

Martha Stewart demonstrates innovative techniques for preparing brilliantly
colored fruit curds for three special desserts: an irresistible pucker-
worthy lemon tart with a rich brown butter-cookie crust; cupcakes filled
with passion fruit curd; and a raspberry curd filling for an elegant
genoise.

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

A Roast for the Holidays

Sat., April 9, 4:30 pm

New

 

Host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Bridget
Lancaster to learn how to make the fennel-coriander top sirloin roast.
Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews carving boards. Finally, test cook
Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the crispiest duck fat-
roasted potatoes.

 

JACQUES PEPIN: HEART & SOUL

Ocean Harvest

Sat., April 9, 5:00 pm

New

 

Jacques Pépin presents his final series, featuring demonstrations of his
impeccable technique along with candid exchanges between Jacques and his
family and friends.

 

Ocean Harvest
Jacques showcases four sophisticated seafood servings, starting with an
expertly executed tuna a la minute. He goes on to garnish flaky
grilled bacalao with an assortment of zesty olives. Last up is pasta and
shrimp with pressed caviar shavings cooked al dente.

 

SIMPLY MING

Texas 4

Sat., April 9, 5:30 pm

New

 

SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouth-watering recipes, celebrity
appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique
demonstration, followed by two dishes – one prepared by a nationally renowned
guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. This season focuses on comfort food –
from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world.

 

Texas 4
Chef Ming cooks with Dallas chef Omar Flores from Casa Rubia. On the menu:
octopus a la plancha with romesco verde and saffron potatoes;
plus beer batter shrimp and jalapenos with lemon-garlic aioli.

 

 

PROGRAM LISTINGS
Mar. 27 – Apr. 2, 2016

 

Arts, Drama, Culture

 

Secrets of Selfridges

Sun., March 27, 7:00 pm

Encore

 

Selfridges was the brainchild of an American, Harry Gordon Selfridge. The
flamboyant Mr. Selfridge brought about a complete revolution in the way
Londoners shopped, introducing a new American retail model that made shopping
less a practical pursuit and more a luxurious adventure. Keen to put the
shopper’s experience above anything else, Selfridge coined the expression
“The customer is always right,” which has become the mantra of shops all
over the world. The program reveals the grandiose store’s hidden stories and
delves into the mind of its ambitious creator.

 

GRANTCHESTER SEASON 2 ON MASTERPIECE

Part 1 of 6

Sun., March 27, 8:00 pm

New

 

Reverend Sidney Chambers (James Norton) and Inspector Geordie Keating (Martin
Green) return for another round of mysteries. Together, the sensitive vicar
and the hard-bitten cop make perfect crime-solving partners.

 

Part 1 of 6
Sidney is suspected of murder. But then, so are a fellow priest, a photographer
and a classmate of the victim.

 

MR. SELFRIDGE SEASON 4 ON MASTERPIECE

Part 1 of 9

Sun., March 27, 9:00 pm

New

 

Jeremy Piven returns as the flamboyant American entrepreneur Harry Gordon
Selfridge, who founded the famous London department store, Selfridges.
Pioneering and reckless, with an almost manic energy, Selfridge creates a
theater of retail where any topic or trend that is new, exciting, entertaining,
or just eccentric, is showcased. In his personal life, as in his business, he
is addicted to the sensational, which creates exciting complications for all
concerned. Season Four picks up the Selfridge story in 1946.

 

Part 1 of 9
Wheeler-dealer Jimmy Dillon makes his cocky entrance. The Groves are at loose
ends. Harry has a run-in with the Queen of Time. The Dolly sisters mar Mae’s
fashion show.

 

NA MELE

More! Ledward Kaapana and Family

Mon., March 28, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

Ledward Kaapana remembers his Uncle Fred Punahoa playing the song “Radio Hula”
in Kalapana: “In the morning, like one, two o’clock in the morning. In Kalapana,
it’s so quiet, so… you know, and it’s dark, and so, he used to just sit outside
on the porch, and play his guitar. I don’t know if you ever experienced
sleeping…and hear one guitar just playing sweet music that just wake you up and
like, ‘Oh, so sweet,’” Kaapana remembers. “Radio Hula” is one of the songs that
Ledward Kaapana, along with his sisters Lehua Nash, Rhoda Kekona, and Lei Aken
play in his Kaneohe garage on a rainy evening. They also share an energetic
slack key performance of “Kuu Ipo Onaona,” and Ledward honors the late Dennis
Kamakahi with “Kokee.”

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Tucson, AZ, Part 1 of 3

Mon., March 28, 8:00 pm

New

 

Travel to Tucson to learn more about finds like a 1943 Allen Ginsberg-signed
yearbook, an 1884 Anna Pottery temperance jug and an Alfons Walde oil painting
dating to around 1935. Which item is valued at $200,000-$300,000?

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Boise, ID, Part 3 of 3

Mon., March 28, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Highlights from the Roadshow floor in Boise include: an 1822 letter from Thomas
Jefferson that documents his reading suggestions for furthering one’s education;
and a ruby and diamond necklace, ca. 1920, that was originally mailed to the
guest’s mother and sat on her front porch unnoticed for several days, valued
$80,000 to $100,000.

 

INDEPENDENT LENS

An Honest Liar

Mon., March 28, 10:00 pm

New

 

For the last half-century, James “The Amazing” Randi has entertained millions
of people around the world with his remarkable feats of magic, escape and
trickery. But when he saw faith healers, fortune tellers, and psychics using
his beloved magician’s tricks to steal money from people and destroy lives, he
dedicated his life to exposing frauds, using the wit and style of the great
showman that he is.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

Karen Radius

Tues., March 29, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

Growing up in Chicago, Karen Radius learned values from her working class
parents, neither of whom attended high school. After passing the bar exam in
Hawaii, Radius’ first job was with Legal Aid, serving some of the poorest
people in Hawaii. As a Family Court judge, Karen Radius learned that juvenile
girls who haven’t succeeded on regular probation needed a different type of
juvenile justice system. So she created Girls Court. “Girls Court is all
about… working on the relationships…within the family,” Radius explains.
“(it’s) not just, ‘Did you comply with the court’s order and what the court
told you to do’ … but let’s figure out your life and let’s come up with a
life’s plan for you.”

 

This program will be rebroadcast on Wednesday, March 30 at 11:00 pm
and Sunday, April 3 at 4:00 pm.

 

Time for Three in Concert

Tues., March 29, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Time for Three, a trio made up of violinists Nikki Chooi, Nick Kendall and
double bassist Ranaan Meyer, blends music genres in this performance with the
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. The concert features a blend of pop, classical
and folk music arranged in unique mash-ups. Vocalists include Joshua Radin and
Lily & Madeleine.

 

A CHEF’S LIFE

They Call ’em ‘bagas

Wed., March 30, 7:30 pm and 11:30 pm

Encore

 

A Chef’s Life is a cooking and documentary series that takes viewers inside the
life of Chef Vivian Howard, who, with her husband Ben Knight, opens a fine
dining restaurant in her small hometown in Eastern North Carolina. Each
episode follows Vivian out of the kitchen and into cornfields, strawberry
patches and hog farms as she hunts down the ingredients that inspire her menus.
Using a chef’s modern sensibilities, Vivian explores Southern cuisine, past
and present – one ingredient at a time. A celebration of true farm-to-table
food, the series combines the action and drama of a high-pressure business
with the joys and stresses of family life.

 

They Call ’em ‘bagas
Lillie shows Vivian three ways to bring out the bitter and the sweet in
rutabagas. Vivian showers her team with gifts as they prepare a holiday menu.
A hectic New Year’s Eve at the restaurant ends with a toast and a smile,
despite brewing tension.

 

PBS HAWAII PRESENTS

Haleakala: A Trek for Dignity

Thurs., March 31, 8:00 pm

New

 

Mental health advocates, including those diagnosed with mental illness, trek
from the summit of Haleakala on Maui to sea level. Their journey is an effort
to demonstrate that those with mental illness are capable of extraordinary
achievements, and to end the stigma and prejudice associated with having
mental illness.

 

PBS PREVIEWS: THE BEST OF PBS INDIES II

Thurs., March 31, 9:30 pm

New

 

Take a sneak peek at upcoming PBS independent documentaries, including “The
Armor of Light,” “Peace Officer” and “Welcome to Leith,” upcoming on
INDEPENDENT LENS, and “All the Difference” and “Thank You for Playing,” both
upcoming on POV.

 

GLOBE TREKKER

Building England II

Thurs., March 31, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Host Judith Jones continues her exploration of English architecture with a look
at the Georgian and Victorian styles. Among the places we’ll see: Queen’s House
in Greenwich; St. Paul’s Cathedral in London; Osterley House in Middlesex;
Hammerwood Lodge in East Sussex; and the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol.

 

WELL READ

Miami Book Fair International – Part 2

Thurs., March 31, 11:00 pm

New

 

In Part 2 of the road trip to the Miami Book Fair International, host Terry
Tazioli visits with some of the authors who’ve found themselves on various
book awards lists.

 

JAZZ

Gumbo (Beginnings to 1917)

Fri., April 1, 9:00 pm

New

 

Acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns tells the story of jazz – the quintessential
American art form. The 10-part series follows the growth and development of
jazz music from its beginnings to the present.

 

Gumbo (Beginnings to 1917)
Jazz is born in the unique musical and social cauldron of New Orleans at the
turn of the 20th century, emerging from such genres as ragtime, marching bands,
work songs, spirituals, European classical music, funeral parade music and the
blues.

 

JAZZ

The Gift (1917-1924)

Fri., April 1, 10:30 pm

New

 

Acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns tells the story of jazz – the quintessential
American art form. The 10-part series follows the growth and development of
jazz music from its beginnings to the present.

 

The Gift (1917-1924)
Jazz is born in the unique musical and social cauldron of New Orleans at the
turn of the 20th century, emerging from such genres as ragtime, marching bands,
work songs, spirituals, European classical music, funeral parade music and
the blues.

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING

Oahu, Hawaii

Sat., April 2, 7:00 pm

Encore

 

This series combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations
for the ultimate dining experience. In the third season of the Emmy-nominated
series, Australian Chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, and across the sea,
traveling to Nashville, Louisville, Miami, San Antonio, Hawaii and other US
locations to meet the best chefs in each area and cook a delicious meal that
incorporates local and seasonal ingredients.

 

Oahu, Hawaii
Chef Pete Evans joins award-winning Hawaiian chefs Jon Matsubara and Lee Anne
Wong on Oahu to learn how local pineapple is harvested. They also meet local
fish guru/mentor Brooks Takenaka at the Honolulu Fish Auction to bid and buy
locally sourced fish for dinner. Chef Jon shows how to make his famous smoking
mai tai cocktail, hibachi-style Kauai shrimp, and Kahaluu roast pork belly,
while Lee Anne cooks up fresh opah and vegetable sides and Pete prepares
ahi poke.

 

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Cruising The Rhine – Part Two

Sat., April 2, 7:30 pm

New

 

Burt explains the Romantic Period in European art, what the original Grimm
Brothers Fairy Tales were really like and how the Black Forest got to be black.

 

GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET

Tannhauser

Sat., April 2, 8:00 pm

New

 

James Levine conducts the first Met revival of Wagner’s Tannhauser since 2004.
Johan Botha sings the title role, with Peter Mattei, Gunther Groissbock,
along with Eva-Maria Westbroek and Michelle DeYoung as the human and divine
rivals for Tannhauser’s affection.

 

Public Affairs

 

THE OPEN MIND

Sun., March 27, 6:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by Alexander Heffner, this weekly public affairs program is a thoughtful
excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national and public
concern with the most compelling minds of our times.

 

FRONTLINE

Saudi Arabia Uncovered

Tues., March 29, 10:00 pm

New

 

FRONTLINE presents an inside account of efforts to bring about change in the
Saudi kingdom. With on-the-ground reporting, the program examines Saudi
Arabia today.

 

TED TALKS

Science and Wonder

Wed., March 30, 10:00 pm

New

 

Journey through space, the human body, disappearing landscapes and the world
of Pixar animation as speakers look at the future of nanotechnology, the
search for life beyond earth and the science of light. Featured speakers
include: Pixar’s Danielle Feinberg; MIT’s Paula Hammond; Radiolab’s Latif
Nasser; author Juan Enriquez; and artist Zaria Forman.

 

HIKI NŌ

Thurs., March 31, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

TOP STORY

 

Students from Mid-Pacific in the Manoa district of Oahu tell how UH Warrior
assistant football coach and former NFL player Rich Miano devoted his life to exceling in football as a reaction to the tragic death of his brother Robert
Miano. Soon after the Miano family moved to Hawaii from Massachusetts, a
teenaged Robert Miano lost his footing on an ocean cliff in Portlock, injured
his head and passed away. Says Rich, “We [he and Robert] shared the same room,
we played the same sports, we walked home together. We were inseparable. He
was my best friend.” To honor the memory of his brother, Rich wore Robert’s
jersey number (38) throughout his career and channeled his inspiration into
tremendously successful careers as a player and coach.

 

ALSO FEATURED:

 

Students from Aliamanu Middle School on Oahu explore the challenges of moms
deployed for military duty abroad.

 

As a companion piece to this story, we turn to the HIKI NŌ archives for a past
story from Kainalu Elementary School in Windward Oahu about programs that help
elementary school children deal with the trauma of separation from their
deployed parents.

 

Students from H.P. Baldwin High School on Maui profile teenaged artist Sofia
Bews, whose artwork has been featured in the prestigious online and print
publication Rookie Mag.

 

Students at Hawaii Preparatory Academy on Hawaii Island tell the story of the
Annual BK Fun Run, held in honor of HPA alumna Bieni Kohler Johnson, who passed
away from breast cancer.

 

Students at Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School on Kauai tell the story of
basketball coach Clarence Sales. Clarence became paralyzed from the waist
down as the result of an injury sustained in a fight. Rather than giving up
on life, Clarence decided to use his experience in overcoming adversity to
teach valuable life lessons to his players.

 

This episode of HIKI NŌ is hosted by Hongwanji Mission School in the Nuuanu
district of Honolulu.

 

This program encores Saturday, April 2 at 12:00 pm and Sunday, April 3 at
3:00 pm. You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website, www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII

Follow-Up Discussion to Haleakala: A Trek for Dignity

Thurs., March 31, 8:30 pm

New

 

Following the broadcast premiere of PBS HAWAII PRESENTS Haleakala: A Trek
for Dignity, several individuals featured in the documentary will discuss
mental health, and local resources available to promote mental well-being.
Our guests, including mental health advocates and those diagnosed with mental
illness, trekked from the summit of Haleakala to sea level to seek empowerment
and relief from the social stigma associated with mental illness.

 

Please note the special time of 8:30 pm for this broadcast.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a live public affairs show that is also streamed
live on PBSHawaii.org. Your questions and comments are welcome via phone, email, or Twitter during the broadcast. You may email us ahead of time to insights@pbshawaii.org, or include the #pbsinsights hashtag when posting on Twitter.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., April 1, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists participating
in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., April 1, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri., April 1, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

Science and Nature

 

NATURE

Animal Reunions

Wed., March 30, 8:00 pm

New

 

Feel the emotion as keepers and caregivers reunite with the wild animals that
were once in their care to learn whether the close interspecies bonds that
developed over many years in refuges and orphanages have stood the test of time.

 

NOVA

The Great Math Mystery

Wed., March 30, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

NOVA leads viewers on a mathematical mystery tour – a provocative exploration
of math’s astonishing power across the centuries. We discover math’s signature
in the swirl of a nautilus shell, the whirlpool of a galaxy and the spiral in
the center of a sunflower. Math was essential to everything from the first
wireless radio transmissions to the prediction and discovery of the Higgs boson
and the successful landing of rovers on Mars. But where does math get its power?
Astrophysicist and writer Mario Livio, along with a colorful cast of
mathematicians, physicists and engineers, follows math from Pythagoras to
Einstein and beyond, all leading to the riddle: Is math an invention or a
discovery?

 

History

 

Al Capone: Icon

Tues., March 29, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

His name sparks images of pin-stripe suits and bloody violence. To this day,
Americans are fascinated by this celebrity gangster. Was Al Capone a self-made
American man, a ruthless killer – or both?

 

SECRETS OF THE DEAD

The Alcatraz Escape

Tues., March 29, 9:00 pm

New

 

The three convicts who escaped Alcatraz in rafts in 1962 were swept out to sea,
never to be heard from again. Now, a team of scientists believes the escapees
could have made it to dry land – but only if they left at a specific time.

 

DIY

 

ROUGH CUT: WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC

Master Showcase with Phil Lowe

Sat., April 2, 2:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by carpenter, craftsman and educator Tommy MacDonald, the sixth season
of this series offers woodworking enthusiasts the confidence to fulfill their
furniture-making dreams. With help from his friends Al, Eli and Steve and
special guests, Tommy creates bold and inspiring woodworking designs.
Tommy also travels to historic landmarks around the country for inspiration.

 

Master Showcase with Phil Lowe
Tommy builds a chair with Master Woodworker and furniture maker Phil Lowe,
owner and director of the Furniture Institute of Massachusetts.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., April 2, 2:30 pm

New

 

Ready for a chimney overhaul. Watch Kevin reignite an old flame in Texas. Good
cooking is leaving a bad smell in one kitchen. See Scott rescue a homeowner
from unwanted aromas by installing an exhaust fan. Get Tom’s tutorial on roof
shingles.

 

THIS OLD HOUSE

This Old New House

Sat., April 2, 3:00 pm

New

 

On the North Shore of MA, homeowners Bill and April Harb begin
building their dream home on a plot of raw land. The traditional farmhouse will
look as though it’s been there for 200 years, but the building methods are at
the forefront of innovation.

 

MARTHA BAKES

Cookies

Sat., April 2, 4:00 pm

Encore

 

Martha Stewart demonstrates the technique for creating the subtle nutty flavor
that makes brown butter cookies special. She also shows how you can easily
transform a simple macaroon with the addition of one or two ingredients,
and makes graham crackers so good you’ll never want to go back to store-bought.

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

Sweet and Spicy Asian Specialties

Sat., April 2, 4:30 pm

New

 

Test cook Becky Hays shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best
crispy salt and pepper shrimp at home. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop
challenges Chris to a tasting of Sichuan peppercorns. Finally, test cook
Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to making Vietnamese-style caramel
chicken with broccoli.

 

JACQUES PEPIN: HEART & SOUL

Kitchen Companions

Sat., April 2, 5:00 pm

New

 

Jacques Pépin presents his final series, featuring demonstrations of his
impeccable technique along with candid exchanges between Jacques and his
family and friends.

 

Kitchen Companions
There’s never a dull moment when best friend Jean-Claude joins Jacques in the
kitchen. The dynamic duo team up to create a flavor-filled feast, beginning
with octopus stew with onions, paprika and wine served over a creamy polenta.
Jacques blends up a velvety mixture for a corn soufflé to go alongside Jean-
Claude’s favorite, venison in sweet-and-sour sauce. Prunes in red wine make
the classical ending.

 

SIMPLY MING

Texas 3

Sat., April 2, 5:30 pm

New

 

SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouth-watering recipes, celebrity
appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique
demonstration, followed by two dishes – one prepared by a nationally renowned
guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. This season focuses on comfort food –
from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world.

 

Texas 3
Chef Ming cooks with Chef Matt McCallister in Dallas. After a quick trip to the
Farmer’s Market, Matt makes a grains salad with salmagundi and bagna
cauda
while Ming creates a Texas hot and sour stir fry with crispy rice.

 

PROGRAM LISTINGS
Mar. 20 – Mar. 26, 2016

 

Arts, Drama, Culture

 

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY!

Grantchester, Part 3 of 6

Encore

 

James Norton stars as Sidney Chambers, a young and charismatic vicar who
turns amateur investigator when one of his parishioners dies under
suspicious circumstances. Chambers turns to gruff, down-to-earth police
inspector Geordie Keating (Robson Green) for help, and the two become
crime-solving partners and friends in the hamlet of Grantchester.

 

Part 3 of 6
Sun., March 20, 7:00 pm

 

An old woman tells Sidney that someone wants her dead. Then she dies.
Coincidence? The new curate delivers a surprising sermon.

 

Part 4 of 6
Sun., March 20, 8:00 pm

 

A shocking murder reveals the depths of homophobia in Cambridge. Geordie
crosses swords with Sidney over conduct of the investigation.

 

Part 5 of 6
Sun., March 20, 9:00 pm

 

On holiday in London, Sidney and Geordie happen upon a murder, allowing them
to show Scotland Yard a thing or two.

 

Part 6 of 6
Sun., March 20, 10:00 pm

 

As Geordie’s life hangs in the balance, Sidney has to defy police to stop a
killing spree. Sidney’s romantic life falls apart.

 

NA MELE

Ledward Kaapana and Family

Mon., March 21, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

On most Friday evenings, slack key artist Ledward Kaapana gets together with
his neighbors to share potluck dishes, laughter and music. For Ledward, it’s
a tradition that goes back to his younger days in Kalapana on the island of
Hawaii. “When I was growing up, we used to have kani ka pila…everybody sit
down and enjoy, listen to music,” Ledward remembers. This special Na Mele
features Ledward and his sisters Lei Aken, Lehua Nash, and Rhoda Kekona,
playing their music in Ledward’s garage. Ledward’s falsetto voice leads off
with “Nani,” and Lei, Lehua and Rhoda take vocal solos on “Kanohe,”
“Kalapana” and “Holei.” Sit back and enjoy!

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Boise, ID, Part 1 of 3

Mon., March 21, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

Highlights from the Roadshow floor include: a first edition of the Book
of Mormon that has been passed down through the guest’s family since
1833; a 1955 Madoura plate designed by Picasso that previously hung
above a stove; and an 1858 oil painting by important Hudson River artist
Sanford Robinson Gifford, valued at $300,000.

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Boise, ID, Part 2 of 3

Mon., March 21, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Highlights from the Roadshow floor include: a midcentury pinup painting
by Earl Moran; a complete set of lobby cards from the 1951 film The
Day the Earth Stood Still
; and a 1922 Edward Hopper etching titled
The Cat Boat, appraised for $250,000.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

Henk Rogers

Tues., March 22, 7:30 pm

New

 

Henk Rogers is well known for his contributions to the video gaming industry
– most notably, his involvement with Tetris, one of the world’s top selling
video games. The visionary, entrepreneur and philanthropist now seeks to make
Hawaii a global model for energy independence with his non-profit, Blue Planet
Foundation. “I always had a deep-rooted feeling that whatever it is that I
wanted to do, I could do it,” says Rogers.

 

This program will be rebroadcast on Wednesday, March 23 at 11:00 pm and Sunday,
March 27 at 4:00 pm.

 

A CHEF’S LIFE

Honey, I’m Home!

Wed., March 23, 7:30 pm and 11:30 pm

Encore

 

A Chef’s Life is a cooking and documentary series that takes viewers inside the
life of Chef Vivian Howard, who, with her husband Ben Knight, opens a fine dining
restaurant in her small hometown in Eastern North Carolina. Each episode follows
Vivian out of the kitchen and into cornfields, strawberry patches and hog farms
as she hunts down the ingredients that inspire her menus. Using a chef’s modern
sensibilities, Vivian explores Southern cuisine, past and present – one
ingredient at a time. A celebration of true farm-to-table food, the series
combines the action and drama of a high-pressure business with the joys and
stresses of family life.

 

Honey, I’m Home!
Vivian turns up the heat on a dish of chicken livers drizzled with hot honey.
While Ben preps for his art show in Durham, Vivian descends on the city’s
restaurant row to sample sweet, honey-themed dishes.

 

PBS HAWAII PRESENTS

E Haku Inoa: to Weave A Name

Thurs., March 24, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

A young multi-racial kanaka maoli (native Hawaiian) woman, filmmaker Christen
Hepuakoa Marquez, sets out to discover the meaning of her incredibly lengthy
Hawaiian name from her estranged mother, whose diagnosis as schizophrenic in
the 80s caused their family separation. Christen not only discovers herself
within the name, but gains a whole new perspective on the idea of sanity and
how cultural differences can sometimes muddle its definition.

 

GLOBE TREKKER

Building England I

Thurs., March 24, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

In this two-part special, host Judith Jones walks viewers through the history
of English buildings. Among the locations we’ll visit in this episode are the
Roman edifices in Lindisfarne, Warkworth Castle in Northumberland, Kentwell
Hall in Suffolk and Burghley House in Lincolnshire.

 

WELL READ

Miami Book Fair International – Part 1

Thurs., March 24, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

WELL READ goes on the road to one of the biggest book fairs in the world. The fair
brings over 300 renowned national and international authors and exhibitors to
a weeklong celebration of all things literary. In Part 1, WELL READ talks to
humorists giving readers a light-hearted diversion from life’s harsh realities.

 

Time for Three in Concert

Fri., March 25, 9:00 pm

New

 

Time for Three, a trio made up of violinists Nikki Chooi, Nick Kendall and
double bassist Ranaan Meyer, blends music genres in this performance with the
Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. The concert features a blend of pop, classical
and folk music arranged in unique mash-ups. Vocalists include Joshua Radin and
Lily & Madeleine.

 

The Dave Clark Five – Glad All Over, A Great Performances Special

Fri., March 25, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

The Dave Clark Five was actually the first English group to tour America in
May of 1964, and thus the first to spearhead rock and roll’s “British invasion”
that changed the world. The group’s greatest hits include “Glad All Over,” Bits
and Pieces” and “Over and Over.” This special features archival footage of the
band, along with newly filmed interviews with Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Elton
John, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Ozzy Osbourne, Tom Hanks, Whoopi
Goldberg, Dionne Warwick, Sir Ian McKellen and others, all sharing their
memories of how the music and the cultural revolution of 1964 changed their
lives.

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING

Austin, Texas

Sat., March 26, 7:00 pm

New

 

This series combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations
for the ultimate dining experience. In the third season of the Emmy-nominated
series, Australian Chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, and across the sea,
traveling to Nashville, Louisville, Miami, San Antonio, Hawaii and other US
locations to meet the best chefs in each area and cook a delicious meal that
incorporates local and seasonal ingredients.

 

Austin, Texas
Pete makes his way to Austin to get a taste of some authentic Texas cuisine
with father-son chef duo Jack and Bryce Gilmore. Pete meets them at Urban
Roots Farm, an organization that uses food and farming to transform the lives
of young people, where they pick vegetables and get honey right from the combs.
Then they get down to work preparing the evening’s feast which features goat
carnitas with all the fixings; Brazos Valley cheesy grits; honey glazed
carrots; chicken-fried goat; and beet hummus with farm vegetables.

 

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Cruising The Rhine – Part One

Sat., March 26, 7:30 pm

New

 

Burt takes a look at the history of the Rhine River, modern river cruising and
the Swiss city of Basel.

 

PACIFIC HEARTBEAT

Hula: The Language of the Heart

Sat., March 26, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

The Merrie Monarch Hula Festival is a four day competition and exhibition
that showcases elegance, power and rich storytelling that this ancient art
form portrays. This program highlights the 2012 festival winners and presents
a look at hula’s role in the past, present and future of Hawaii’s people.

 

PACIFIC HEARTBEAT

Hula: The Merrie Monarch’s Golden Celebration

Sat., March 26, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the 2013 preparations for the 50th annual
Merrie Monarch Festival in Hilo, Hawaii. The Festival is Hawaii’s most
significant cultural event and showcases the art of hula for a global
audience. This program highlights the hard work, dedication and spirit
of the Festival participants.

 

FRONT AND CENTER

Joe Jackson

Sat., March 26, 10:00 pm

New

 

Iconic musician and five-time Grammy Award nominee Joe Jackson performs
an electrifying set at New York City’s Iridium with songs from his latest
album Fast Forward along with his classics “Steppin’ Out,” “You
Can’t Get What You Want ” and “Is She Really Going Out With Him?”.”

 

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS

The Lumineers/Shovels & Rope

Sat., March 26, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

The Lumineers and Shovels & Rope bring the best in Americana to the ACL
stage. Denver’s Lumineers perform their hits “Ho Hey” and “Stubborn Love,”
while South Carolina’s Shovels & Rope plays songs from their album O’
Be Joyful
.

 

Public Affairs

 

THE OPEN MIND

Sun., March 20, 6:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by Alexander Heffner, this weekly public affairs program is a
thoughtful excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national
and public concern with the most compelling minds of our times.

 

FRONTLINE

Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria

Tues., March 22, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

FRONTLINE investigates the alarming rise of untreatable infections: from a
young girl thrust onto life support in an Arizona hospital, to a young
American infected in India who comes home to Seattle, and an uncontrollable
outbreak at the nation’s most prestigious hospital, where 18 patients were
mysteriously infected and six died, despite frantic efforts to contain the
killer bacteria. Fueled by decades of antibiotic overuse, the crisis has
deepened as major drug companies, squeezed by Wall Street expectations,
have abandoned the development of new antibiotics.

 

HIKI NŌ

Thurs., March 24, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

TOP STORY

 

Students from Kapaa Middle School on Kauai tell the story of Joe Young, a
retired police officer who is also a prostate cancer survivor. Mr. Young
decided against traditional medical treatments, such as surgery and
chemotherapy. Instead he changed his lifestyle and focused on doing things
that make him happy. Through this approach and with the support of his family,
Mr. Young is now cancer free.

 

ALSO FEATURED:

 

Students from Konawaena High School on Hawaii Island profile a driver’s
education instructor who teaches teens the rules of the road to help prevent
accidents and save lives.

 

Students from Saint Francis School on Oahu introduce us to Manny Mattos, a
retired HPD officer who collects traditional Hawaiian war weapons and educates
the public on conservation efforts to preserve the indigenous woods the weapons
are made from.

 

Expanding on the theme of traditional Native Hawaiian practices using
indigenous materials, we feature a story from the HIKI NŌ archives by
students at Ke Kula Niihau O Kekaha on Kauai about traditional Hawaiian hale
(house) building.

 

Students from Maui High School profile Chantal Sandoval, a deaf Junior Varsity
cheerleader who explains that the biggest challenge for her is the social
stigma attached to being deaf.

 

This episode of HIKI NŌ is hosted by Kamehameha Schools Hawaii Middle School
in Keaau on the Big Island.

 

This program encores Saturday, March 26 at 12:30 pm and Sunday, March 27 at
3:00 pm. You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website, www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII

Aging Out of Foster Care

Thurs., March 24, 8:00 pm

New

 

Hawaii foster children who “age out” of the foster care system at 18 may
find themselves unprepared to handle life on their own as adults. Too often,
they end up homeless or jailed. Former foster children and a foster parent are
scheduled to appear and share their experiences. INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII also
takes a look at a fledgling state program that offers to voluntarily extend
foster care until the age of 21.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a live public affairs show that is also streamed
live on PBSHawaii.org. Your questions and comments are welcome via phone, email, or Twitter during the broadcast. You may email us ahead of time to insights@pbshawaii.org, or include the #pbsinsights hashtag when posting on Twitter.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., March 25, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists participating
in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., March 25, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri., March 25, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

Science and Nature

 

NATURE

Snow Monkeys

Wed., March 23, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

In the frigid valleys of Japan’s Shiga Highlands, a troop of snow monkeys
functions in a complex society of rank and privilege where each knows his
and her place. Their leader is still new to the job and something of a
solitary grouch. One innocent little monkey, unaware of his own low status,
reaches out to this lonely leader and they form a rare and remarkable bond
that alters both their lives. Changing seasons bring new babies, family
disagreements and tragedies. Mating season brings competition for females
as the days grow shorter and colder in the rush to winter. With their now
confident leader to guide them and their families to shelter and care for
them, these snow monkeys are ready to face the world.

 

NOVA

Secrets of Noah’s Ark

Wed., March 23, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

A 3,700-year-old inscribed clay tablet reveals a surprising new version of
the Biblical flood story, complete with how-to instructions for assembling
an ark. Following the directions, expert boat builders assemble and launch
a massive reed boat.

 

History

 

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

Last Days in Vietnam

Tues., March 22, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

During the chaotic final days of the Vietnam War, as the North Vietnamese
Army closed in on Saigon, the South Vietnamese resistance crumbled. The
United States had only a skeleton crew of diplomats and military operatives
still in the country. With a communist victory inevitable and the U.S.
readying to withdraw, many Americans on the ground worried their South
Vietnamese allies and friends faced imprisonment or death at the hands of
the approaching North Vietnamese. With the clock ticking and the city under
fire, a number of heroic Americans took matters into their own hands,
engaging in unsanctioned and often makeshift operations in a desperate
effort to save as many South Vietnamese as possible. The film is directed
by Rory Kennedy.

 

Dick Cavett’s Vietnam

Tues., March 22, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

On the 40th anniversary of the official end of the Vietnam War, this program
examines the war and its impact on America through the prism of interviews
conducted by the iconic host of The Dick Cavett Show, which featured
conversation and debate from all sides of the political spectrum. The program
combines interviews from Cavett’s shows with archival footage, network news
broadcasts and audio/visual material from the National Archives to provide
insight and perspective on this controversial chapter of American history.

 

SECRETS OF THE DEAD

The Lost Gardens of Babylon

Wed., March 23, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

This program examines a world wonder so elusive that most people have decided
it must be mythical. Centuries of digging have turned up nothing – but it turns
out the searchers were digging in the wrong place. Now, this film proves that
the spectacular hanging gardens of Babylon did exist, and shows where they
were, what they looked like and how they were constructed.

 

DIY

 

ROUGH CUT: WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC

Contemporary Bench with Steven Brown

Sat., March 26, 2:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by carpenter, craftsman and educator Tommy MacDonald, the sixth season
of this series offers woodworking enthusiasts the confidence to fulfill their
furniture-making dreams. With help from his friends Al, Eli and Steve and
special guests, Tommy creates bold and inspiring woodworking designs. Tommy
also travels to historic landmarks around the country for inspiration.

 

Contemporary Bench with Steven Brown
Series regular Steve Brown is back in the shop! He’s here to help Tommy update
a traditional bench with a more contemporary design. Using this project as
another teaching tool, Steve walks us through some of the basic steps of
woodworking any expert will tell you are important to practice.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., March 26, 2:30 pm

Encore

 

Tom creates a backyard chicken coop. Scott talks about the value of USB
outlets. Chris Kimball talks maple syrup.

THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., March 26, 3:00 pm

Encore

 

The completion of the project reveals many improvements: a new Victorian
front porch, restored windows, relaxing master suite, functional living
space and gorgeous open kitchen.

 

MARTHA BAKES

Cupcakes

Sat., March 26, 4:00 pm

Encore

 

Swirled
or sprinkled, small or large, cupcakes are adored by adults and kids alike, the
“it dessert” that makes everybody smile. In this episode, Martha Stewart shares
four scrumptious cupcake recipes: blueberry swirl; lemon meringue with a
toasted meringue topping; red velvet with cream cheese frosting; and one-bite
double diablo cupcakes (for the unrepentant chocoholics in your life).

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

Pork Tenderloin Dinner

Sat., March 26, 4:30 pm

New

 

Test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to the perfect broiled pork tenderloin.
Then equipment expert Adam Ried reviews wine savers. And finally, test cook
Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make rice and
lentils with crispy onions.

 

JACQUES PEPIN: HEART & SOUL

Viva Mexico!

Sat., March 26, 5:00 pm

New

 

Jacques Pépin presents his final series, featuring demonstrations of his
impeccable technique along with candid exchanges between Jacques and his
family and friends.

 

Viva Mexico!
Jacques prepares a duo of superlative seafood dishes of Yucatan ceviche
and fillet of sole Riviera with pico de gallo. For dessert: grapefruit
granite with mango.

 

SIMPLY MING

Texas 2

Sat., March 26, 5:30 pm

New

 

SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouth-watering recipes, celebrity
appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique
demonstration, followed by two dishes – one prepared by a nationally renowned
guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. This season focuses on comfort food –
from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world.

 

Texas 2
Ming tries out the local fare in Texas, visiting area purveyors and meeting
with friends old and new.

 

Special Programming

Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You

Thurs., Oct. 15, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Hear advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America’s
most recognized expert in personal finance. Contents include: how to invest;
whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life
insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more.

 

PROGRAM LISTINGS
Mar. 13 – Mar. 19, 2016

 

Arts, Drama, Culture

 

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC

Downton Abbey, Season 6, Part 9 of 9

Sun., March 13, 7:00 pm

Encore

 

After six passionate and poignant seasons, the curtain comes down on
Downton Abbey. How will fate resolve the stories of Edith, Mary, Thomas,
Anna, Robert, Cora, Daisy, Carson, Violet, Isobel and all the other
occupants of this unforgettable house?

 

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY!

Grantchester, Part 1 of 6

Sun., March 13, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

James Norton stars as Sidney Chambers, a young and charismatic vicar who
turns amateur investigator when one of his parishioners dies under
suspicious circumstances. Chambers turns to gruff, down-to-earth police
inspector Geordie Keating (Robson Green) for help, and the two become
crime-solving partners and friends in the hamlet of Grantchester.

 

Part 1 of 6
It looks like suicide, but Reverend Sidney Chambers suspects murder.
His first challenge is to enlist police in the hunt for the killer.

 

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY!

Grantchester, Part 2 of 6

Sun., March 13, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Part 2 of 6
Sidney’s former flame throws an engagement party that leads to murder.
To crack the case, Sidney and Geordie must break a code of silence.

 

NA MELE

Richard Hoʻopiʻi and George Kahumoku Jr.

Mon., March 14, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

Richard Hoʻopiʻi and George Kahumoku Jr. walked into the PBS Hawaii
studio, sat down with their instruments, and began to play. George,
with his mellow slack key guitar and soothing voice, performing
alongside Richard, with his never-ending smile and his beautiful
falsetto, offered song after song, with talk story in-between.
This impromptu concert can only be described as pure joy.

 

60s Pop, Rock & Soul

Mon., March 14, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

Hosted by icons Peter Noone of Herman’s Hermits and the late Davy
Jones of the Monkees, this concert spectacular features hits and
favorites of the AM radio era from Paul Revere & the Raiders, Gary
Lewis & the Playboys, the Kingsmen, the Ventures, Question Mark &
the Mysterians and Jefferson Starship. Every song is a classic from
the decade of peace, love and profound social change – sung by
performers who represent a period of time that resonates through
the generations.

 

INDEPENDENT LENS

No Más Bebés (No More Babies)

Mon., March 14, 10:00 pm

New

 

Explore the case of Mexican-American women who claim they were
coercively sterilized at a Los Angeles hospital in the late 1960s
and 1970s. Meet the mothers, young Chicana lawyers and whistle
-blowing doctors who exposed the shocking practice.

 

INDEPENDENT LENS

The Revolutionary Optimists

Mon., March 14, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Amlan Ganguly is a lawyer-turned-social-entrepreneur who has
transformed some of the poorest slums of Kolkata, India by empowering
children to become leaders in improving health and sanitation,
using street theater and dance.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

William “Yama” Chillingworth

Tues., March 15, 7:30 pm

New

 

William “Yama” Chillingworth served as a state judge on Hawaii Island
for 25 years. After retiring from the bench, he traced his Native
Hawaiian heritage, discovering a familial connection to the rare
Hawaiian hawk and an urgent calling to photograph it.

 

This program will be rebroadcast on Wednesday, March 16 at 11:00 pm
and Sunday, March 20 at 4:00 pm.

 

Favorite Love Songs

Tues., March 15, 8:00 pm

New

 

Join actress Susan Lucci for this all-new special devoted to sentimental
favorites of the 1960s, 70s and early 80s, including classic hits from
Kenny Rogers, Olivia Newton-John, Chicago, Dionne Warwick, Bread and
Elton John.

 

GREAT PERFORMANCES

Andrea Bocelli: Cinema

Tues., March 15, 9:30 pm

Encore

 

From the Dolby Theater in the heart of Hollywood, Andrea Bocelli pays
musical tribute to the silver screen in a lush concert of beloved songs
from the movies. Joined by Grammy-winning producer David Foster, the
renowned tenor performs memorable favorites from blockbuster classics
including The Godfather, Dr. Zhivago, Once Upon a
Time in America
, Breakfast at Tiffany’s and many more.

 

Inside Mercy Street

Tues., March 15, 11:30 pm

New

 

Go behind the scenes of the drama about Americans on the home front
during the Civil War. This special features interviews with the creative
team, video clips and behind-the-scenes footage.

 

A CHEF’S LIFE

A Casserole Says Plenty

Wed., March 16, 7:30 pm and 11:30 pm

Encore

 

A Chef’s Life is a cooking and documentary series that takes viewers
inside the life of Chef Vivian Howard, who, with her husband Ben Knight,
opens a fine dining restaurant in her small hometown in Eastern North
Carolina. Each episode follows Vivian out of the kitchen and into
cornfields, strawberry patches and hog farms as she hunts down the
ingredients that inspire her menus. Using a chef’s modern sensibilities,
Vivian explores Southern cuisine, past and present – one ingredient at
a time. A celebration of true farm-to-table food, the series combines
the action and drama of a high-pressure business with the joys and
stresses of family life.

 

A Casserole Says Plenty
The Boiler Room welcomes a new manager, much to Ben’s delight. A family
reunion brings out long-lost relatives, the warmth of fellowship and an
impressive spread of home-cooked casseroles.

 

Rock Rewind 1965-1967

Wed., March 16, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

The 1960s was a period of massive social and political upheaval in America.
While many of these changes were reflected in the popular songs of the era,
performers also sang of fun, romance and good times. Adam West, star of the
iconic 60s TV series Batman, hosts this special filled with archival
performances of hits that still resonate nearly half a century later. Featured
artists include The Beach Boys, The Association, The Righteous Brothers, The
Box Tops, The Rascals and more.

 

Josh Groban: Stages Live

Wed., March 16, 9:30 pm

Encore

 

In this new special, Josh Groban performs classic songs from the Broadway
songbook, including “All I Ask of You,” (in duet with Kelly Clarkson),
“Bring Him Home,” “Old Devil Moon,” “Pure Imagination” and “Try to Remember.”

 

PBS HAWAII PRESENTS

Hawaiian Masterpieces: Ka Hana Kapa

Thurs., March 17, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

This film follows present-day kapa makers through the kapa-making process.
Marie McDonald and her daughter, Roen Hufford, create kapa using the same
types of tools and methods that ancient Hawaiians used. The program
culminates with the dressing of a hula halau in Hawaiian kapa for the
Merrie Monarch Festival.

 

GLOBE TREKKER

Turkey

Thurs., March 17, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Host Adela Ucar encounters whirling dervishes and tranquil tea gardens
in Konya, then treks along the Lycian Way and relaxes on the sun-kissed
beaches of Myra. Later she visits the Sabanci Mosque and samples exquisite
cuisine in Adana. She also explores the bustling bazaars of Gaziantep and
experiences Kurdish culture in the basalt-walled city of Divarbakr.

 

WELL READ

Jon Meacham, Destiny & Power

Thurs., March 17, 10:00 pm

New

 

Pulitzer Prize-winner and #1 New York Times best-selling author Jon
Meacham sits down to discuss Destiny and Power, his biography of
President George H. W. Bush.

 

Yanni Live at the Great Pyramids

Fri., March 18, 9:00 pm

New

 

Experience global music phenomenon Yanni’s latest concert, as he performs
fan favorites and new arrangements of his classic compositions in this
spectacular setting, fulfilling the composer’s lifelong dream.

 

The Art of the Love Song with the Annie Moses Band

Fri., March 18, 10:30 pm

New

 

Filmed at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville Tennessee, the Annie Moses
Band presents renditions of some of the greatest love songs ever written.
Songs performed include “Evergreen,” “And I Love Her,” “The First Time
Ever I Saw Your Face,” “Nature Boy” and “Let’s Stay Together.”

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING

Fresno, California

Sat., March 19, 7:00 pm

New

 

This series combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful
locations for the ultimate dining experience. In the third season of
the Emmy-nominated series, Australian Chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast,
and across the sea, traveling to Nashville, Louisville, Miami, San Antonio,
Hawaii and other US locations to meet the best chefs in each area and cook
a delicious meal that incorporates local and seasonal ingredients.

 

Fresno, California
Pete heads to Fresno with some of California’s hottest chefs, David Kinch
and Ludo Lefebvre. They take a tour of Love Apple Farms in Santa Cruz where
David grows most of his produce for his restaurant, Manresa. Then they visit
a farm to learn how to pick and dry their apricots. Ludo and David head to
the kitchen to make a feast featuring grilled lamb shoulder with apricots,
eggplant caviar, curried carrots, and a panna cotta extraordinaire.

 

BURT WOLF: TRAVELS & TRADITIONS

Hong Kong – Part Two

Sat., March 19, 7:30 pm

New

 

Burt explains the history of dim sum, “speed tailoring” and the origin of
the escalator. He also takes us on a visit to an old police barracks that
has been changed into one of Hong Kong’s sleekest shopping areas and to
the highest peak in Hong Kong.

 

This Land Is Your Land

Sat., March 19, 8:00 pm

New

 

Take a musical journey through the evolution of modern American folk music,
from its roots in bluegrass to San Francisco coffee houses to clubs in
Greenwich Village. Hosted by the Smothers Brothers and Judy Collins, this
special features The Brothers Four, Glenn Yarbrough, The Highwaymen, The
Limeliters, Randy Sparks and The Minstrels, and Roger McGuinn from The Byrds.

 

Il Volo: Live from Pompeii

Sat., March 19, 9:30 pm

Encore

 

Soar with the perfect harmony of the charming trio as they pay homage to
their home country. The young tenors perform classic Italian favorites
and original songs in this new concert special filmed in the spectacular
ancient ruins of Pompeii. Songs include “Grande Amore” and “Volare.”

 

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS

Vampire Weekend/Grizzly Bear

Sat., March 19, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

ACL presents indie rock with Vampire Weekend and Grizzly Bear. Vampire
Weekend plays songs from its album Modern Vampires of the City,
while fellow New York act Grizzly Bear highlights its album Shields.

 

Public Affairs

 

THE OPEN MIND

Sun., March 13, 6:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by Alexander Heffner, this weekly public affairs program is a
thoughtful excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national
and public concern with the most compelling minds of our times.

 

HIKI NŌ

Thurs., March 17, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

TOP STORY:

Students from Waianae High School present their story, titled “Parental
Guidance Required,” about Waianae High School wrestler Anuhea Hamilton
and her challenging relationship with her father, Kimo Hamilton. Mr.
Hamilton is a former wrestler and plays a major role in Anuhea’s development
in the sport. He admits to pushing her hard, all in the interest of preparing
his daughter for life after high school because, as he says, “it’s a cruel
world out there.” Father and daughter often disagree and butt heads. Mr.
Hamilton points out, however, “there’s a difference between ‘overbearing’
and ‘old school.’ I’m ‘old school’.” In the end, father and daughter both
come to the realization that their differences stem from a place of love
and mutual respect.

 

ALSO FEATURED:

Students from Mid-Pacific Institute on Oahu report on loopholes that
retailers are finding in Oahu’s plastic bag ban.

 

In contrast, a story from the HIKI NŌ archives by H.P. Baldwin High School
shows how retailers on Maui found innovative substitutes for plastic bags
after their island’s ban went into effect.

 

Students from Molokai High School tell us about a new program at their
school called Text-A-Tip that helps students anonymously report suspicious
activities on campus.

 

Students at Kamehameha Schools Maui Middle tell us about a faith-based
meals program, Feed My Sheep, that is helping the needy on the Valley Isle.

 

Students from Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School on Kauai tell the amazing
story of a Chiefess student, Haley Gokan, and her dog Harley, who has
difficulty walking because of his Canine Degenerative Myelopathy. Haley
took it upon herself to design and build a wheelchair for Harley, which
gives him a great deal more mobility.

 

This episode of HIKI NŌ is hosted by Waipahu Intermediate School on Oahu.

 

This program encores Saturday, March 19 at 12:30 pm and Sunday, March 20 at
3:00 pm. You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website, www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII

Midterm Legislative Update

Thurs., March 17, 8:00 pm

New

 

State lawmakers have passed the halfway point in the 2016 legislative
session, marking the key juncture in the session known as “crossover.”
This is when surviving House bills cross to the Senate for consideration,
and vice versa. INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII presents a Midterm Legislative Update
on bills that have advanced and others that were passed over. Subject areas
include homelessness, a fuel tax hike, education, vacation rentals and prisons.
Hawaii Public Radio’s Beth-Ann Kozlovich is scheduled as guest moderator.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a live public affairs show that is also streamed
live on PBSHawaii.org. Your questions and comments are welcome via phone, email, or Twitter during the broadcast. You may email us ahead of time to insights@pbshawaii.org, or include the #pbsinsights hashtag when posting on Twitter.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., March 18, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists participating
in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., March 18, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri., March 18, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

DIY

 

ROUGH CUT: WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC

Library Chair with Tom McLaughlin

Sat., March 19, 2:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by carpenter, craftsman and educator Tommy MacDonald, the sixth season
of this series offers woodworking enthusiasts the confidence to fulfill their
furniture-making dreams. With help from his friends Al, Eli and Steve and
special guests, Tommy creates bold and inspiring woodworking designs. Tommy
also travels to historic landmarks around the country for inspiration.

 

Library Chair with Tom McLaughlin
Tommy is inspired by his Dad’s old library chair. Back in the shop is Master
Woodworker Tom McLaughlin, who’s updating the design by adding a bent laminated
seat rail and a stack laminated crest rail, and making the actual seat a bit
more comfortable.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., March 19, 2:30 pm

Encore

 

Tom completes a closet by adding a coat rack, shelving and a new door. Scott
replaces a wobbly sconce at a home that was once a church.

 

THIS OLD HOUSE

The Final Countdown

Sat., March 19, 3:00 pm

Encore

 

The kitchen counters are installed. Tommy builds a columned divider between the
eating area and mudroom. Richard points out the mechanical improvements in the
basement.

 

MARTHA BAKES

Crackers & Flatbreads

Sat., March 19, 4:00 pm

Encore

 

Maybe you’ve never thought about making your own crackers or flatbreads, but
you’ll be surprised at how simple and easy they are. Join Martha for four
irresistible versions that are a cinch to make. Start with flatbreads so
beautiful they’re like edible works of art, and blue cheese-pecan icebox
crackers that can be sliced and baked. Then make a homemade version of a
favorite store-bought cheesy cracker and thyme crackers cut into long thin
triangles and sprinkled with sea salt – a great addition to any
hors d’oeuvre tray.

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

Almond Cake and British Scones

Sat., March 19, 4:30 pm

New

 

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the
almond cake. Then tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting
of supermarket orange juice. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison
uncovers the secrets to making British-style currant scones right at home.

 

JACQUES PEPIN: HEART & SOUL

Sweet Endings with Shorey

Sat., March 19, 5:00 pm

New

 

Jacques Pépin presents his final series, featuring demonstrations of his
impeccable technique along with candid exchanges between Jacques and his
family and friends.

 

Sweet Endings with Shorey
Jacques’ granddaughter Shorey is back in the kitchen to help Grandpa make
dessert. It all starts with a little butter, freshly made for a quick
tartine de confiture. Shorey’s love of chocolate isn’t forgotten with
chocolate pistachio biscotti, which proves to be a perfect lesson in baking,
as Jacques guides her measurements and mixtures.

 

SIMPLY MING

Texas 1

Sat., March 19, 5:30 pm

New

 

SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouth-watering recipes, celebrity
appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique
demonstration, followed by two dishes – one prepared by a nationally renowned
guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. This season focuses on comfort food –
from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world.

 

Texas 1
This week it’s all about Texas Wagyu beef! Chef Ming’s in cattle country,
right outside of Dallas, Texas. Cooking with him is the “Father of Southwestern
Cuisine,” Dean Fearing. Dean grills up a Wagyu rib eye with a West Texas mop
sauce and cornbread pudding while Ming creates jalapeno Wagyu poke.

 

PROGRAM LISTINGS
Mar. 6 – Mar. 12, 2016

 

Arts, Drama, Culture

 

BAFTA Celebrates Downton Abbey

Sun., March 6, 7:00 pm

New

 

BAFTA (The British Academy of Film and Television Arts) celebrates Downton
Abbey with a special program offering insight into the making of the award-
winning series, a look back with the cast at their favorite moments and a
behind-the-scenes peek with the crew on set.

 

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC

Downton Abbey, Season 6, Part 9 of 9

Sun., March 6, 8:00 pm

New

 

The highest-rated drama in PBS history, this Emmy and Golden Globe award-
winning hit drama’s sixth and final season features intimately interlaced
stories centered on an English country estate.

 

Part 9 of 9
After six passionate and poignant seasons, the curtain comes down on Downton
Abbey. How will fate resolve the stories of Edith, Mary, Thomas, Anna, Robert,
Cora, Daisy, Carson, Violet, Isobel and all the other occupants of
this unforgettable house?

 

More Manners of Downton Abbey

Sun., March 6, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Return to the world of manners with Alastair Bruce, Downton Abbey’s
historical advisor. With interviews with cast members including Hugh
Bonneville and Michelle Dockery, the program navigates the social protocol
of aristocrats and servants in the 1920s.

 

NA MELE

Natalie Ai Kamauu and Family

Mon., March 7, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

Natalie Ai Kamauu’s voice fills the PBS Hawaii studio. Natalie performs
with a passion that comes from the origins of the songs she sings, and the
love she has for her family. She is joined by her husband, Iolani Kamauu,
on guitar and vocals, and their daughter, Sha-Lei Kamauu, who accompanies
the music with hula.

 

Among the songs featured are “Pili Aloha,” which connects Natalie to her
mother, kumu hula Olana Ai, and “Shower Tree,” which was written for Natalie
and Iolaniʻs son, Chaz. Sha-Lei joins Natalie and Iolani with hula, including
the playful “Hula Tease,” and a graceful accompaniment to Natalie and Iolaniʻs
performance on “Uhiwai.”

 

Carpenters: Close to You

Mon., March 7, 8:00 pm

Fri., March 11, 10:30 pm

Encore

 

This music-filled documentary traces the Carpenters’ career through the eyes
of Richard Carpenter and the group’s friends in the music business. It
features their top hits, including “(They Long to Be) Close to You,” “Top of
the World,” “For All We Know,” “Superstar,” “Yesterday Once More,” “Rainy Days
and Mondays” and “We’ve Only Just Begun.” Among those interviewed are Herb
Alpert, Burt Bacharach, Petula Clark and Paul Williams. The program also
contains rare footage of Karen and Richard from promotional films, concert
performances, studio recording sessions and television appearances.

 

Moments to Remember

Mon., March 7, 9:30 pm

Encore

 

Highlighting the late 50s and early 60s pop era, Patti Page and Nick Clooney
introduce performances and archival classics along with fellow emcees Peter
Marshall, Wink Martindale and Mary Lou Metzger. This special features Frankie
Laine, Julius LaRosa, the Four Lads, the Four Aces, the Four Freshmen, Roger
Williams, Lenny Welch, the Platters, the DeCastro Sisters and archival
performances from Rosemary Clooney, Perry Como and Nat King Cole.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

Crystal Rose

Tues., March 8, 7:30 pm

New

 

Attorney Crystal Rose is a Hilo-born litigator with a reputation for being
tough, fearless and strategic. She has taken on complex and contentious civil
cases – and the results have helped to reshape the business landscape in
Hawaii. “I’ve had the privilege…of being able to work on cases and issues
that have been multi-faceted, complex. It really does make me tick,” Rose says.

 

This program will be rebroadcast on Wednesday, March 9 at 11:00 pm and Sunday,
March 13 at 4:00 pm.

 

FINDING YOUR ROOTS

Maps of Stars

Tues., March 8, 8:00 pm

New

 

Join Harvard scholar Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr., as he delves into the genealogy
of 27 guests. Each story illuminates the vast patchwork of ethnicity, race and
experience that makes up the fabric of America.

 

Maps of Stars
Learn how Dustin Hoffman and Mia Farrow, who last shared the screen together
in 1969, also share a history of tragic deaths in their families that played
major roles in shaping future generations.

 

NA MELE

Jerry Santos

Tues., March 8, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

When we hear his distinctive voice, there is no mistaking the music of Jerry
Santos. And when we listen to his lyrics, there is no mistaking his
connection with the memories and emotions of our own lives. In this NA MELE,
Jerry has woven together a story of home. “The idea of home was the driving
force for the content. Most of the songs speak to the idea of ku‘u home, a
personal, endearing way to refer to our place in the world. It becomes ku‘u
because we attach to it our familiarity, what the wind and the rain are like,
how the mountains smell, what is in the river, who our people are, our
attachment to them and the things we have learned by being of a place,”
Jerry says.

 

Jerry mixes “All of That Love from Here” with his signature song, “Ku‘u Home
‘O Kahalu‘u,” as well as “Tewe Tewe,” a playful song that pays tribute to
the slippery o‘opu. He also performs “Seabird” and “Ku‘u Makamaka,” among
other songs. Joining Jerry in the PBS Hawaii studio are musicians Kamuela
Kimokeo and Hoku Zuttermeister.

 

The Tenors: Under One Sky

Tues., March 8, 10:32 pm

Encore

 

The Tenors – Remigio Pereira, Victor Micallef, Fraser Walters and Clifton
Murray – deliver a blend of classical and contemporary pop that developed
from their backgrounds: two members are classically trained opera singers
and two are from the world of pop and stage music. Thrill to their rich and
soulful voices as they sing arrangements of beloved songs, including “Lean
on Me,” “Besame Mucho” and “You Are So Beautiful.”

 

A CHEF’S LIFE

If You Can’t Beet ’Em…

Wed., March 9, 7:30 pm and 11:30 pm

Encore

 

A Chef’s Life is a cooking and documentary series that takes viewers inside
the life of Chef Vivian Howard, who, with her husband Ben Knight, opens a
fine dining restaurant in her small hometown in Eastern North Carolina. Each
episode follows Vivian out of the kitchen and into cornfields, strawberry
patches and hog farms as she hunts down the ingredients that inspire her
menus. Using a chef’s modern sensibilities, Vivian explores Southern cuisine,
past and present – one ingredient at a time. A celebration of true farm-to
-table food, the series combines the action and drama of a high-pressure
business with the joys and stresses of family life.

 

If You Can’t Beet ’Em…
Matt from Crooked Fence Produce shows Vivian how to make “the best pickled
beets she ever ate.” Vivian incorporates beets into an unconventional
chocolate cake in honor of Ms. Mary’s 89th birthday.

 

The Forever Wisdom of Dr. Wayne Dyer

Wed., March 9, 8:00 pm

Sat., March 12, 10:00 pm

New

 

Celebrate the late iconic thinker Wayne Dyer’s wisdom, teachings and unique
ability to translate abstract ideas into down-to-earth lessons that can be
applied to everyday life. This inspirational memorial tribute includes
memorable stories, both funny and soulful.

 

Red Rock Serenade

Wed., March 9, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Take a meditative, cinematic journey through the breathtaking scenery of the
American West’s iconic red rock country, including Arches, Bryce Canyon, Zion,
Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Grand Canyon National Parks – all set to music
by some of the world’s greatest classical composers, including Bach, Brahms,
Chopin and Beethoven.

 

My Yearbook: 1960-1963

Thurs., March 10, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Pop crooner Bobby Vinton hosts this program along with actress-singer Tina
Cole (My Three Sons), an archival video clip special devoted to the golden
years of 1960-1963. Songs include: “Blue Velvet” (Bobby Vinton); “Cathy’s
Clown” (The Everly Brothers); “Puppy Love” (Paul Anka); “Teen Angel”
(Mark Dinning); “Tell Laura I Love Her” (Ray Peterson); “Hello Mary Lou”
(Ricky Nelson); and “Runaway” (Del Shannon).

 

60s & 70s Slow Songs

Thurs., March 10, 10:30 pm

Encore

 

Relive memorable nights of slow dancing and romancing to favorite love
songs, featuring unforgettable classics from The 5th Dimension, Dusty
Springfield, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton and many others.

 

Classical Rewind 2

Fri., March 11, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Join actor/conductor David Ogden Stiers for a visual and aural feast of
works by Mozart, Prokofiev, Copland, Dvorak, Bizet and many others.

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING

Miami 1 – Fruit and Spice Park

Sat., March 12, 7:00 pm

New

 

This series combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful
locations for the ultimate dining experience. In the third season of the
Emmy-nominated series, Australian Chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, and
across the sea, traveling to Nashville, Louisville, Miami, San Antonio, Hawaii
and other US locations to meet the best chefs in each area and cook a
delicious meal that incorporates local and seasonal ingredients.

 

Miami 1 – Fruit and Spice Park
Pete visits Miami and meets up with three fabulous chefs: Michelle Bernstein,
Lindsay Autry and Cindy Hudson. The three travel to Paradise Farms to pick-up
banana leaves and other fresh veggies for the night’s feast. Then they’re off
to the Fruit & Spice Park, a 37-acre botanical garden with exotic fruits
and produce where the chefs pick fresh jackfruit and canistel in the
gardens and prepare this farm-fresh feast. The menu features grilled snapper in
banana leaf with charred okra and tomato stew; farro risotto with squash
blossoms and creamy pesto; toasted curried jackfruit pilau with salted
cashews; maduros and fresh coconut cream; and canistel islas
flotantes
for dessert.

 

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Hong Kong – Part One

Sat., March 12, 7:30 pm

New

 

Burt returns to Hong Kong for his 10th visit and takes a look at how things
have changed. He explains the history of the gold fish, takes us on a ride
around Victoria Harbor, describes the history of the Chinese Junk, and
uncovers the power of a Feng Shui master.

 

Best of 50s Pop

Sat., March 12, 8:00 pm

Encore

 

This special presents top pop hits of the 1950s by singers and groups who
brought songs of love and optimism to listeners glued to their AM radios.
These classic tunes and immortal voices bring back those memories with
artists such as Patti Page, The Four Lads, Frankie Laine, The Four Aces,
Ed Ames, The McGuire Sisters, Gogi Grant and others.

 

Public Affairs

 

THE OPEN MIND

Sun., March 6, 6:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by Alexander Heffner, this weekly public affairs program is a
thoughtful excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national
and public concern with the most compelling minds of our times.

 

HIKI NŌ

Thurs., March 10, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

TOP STORY:

 

Students from Maui High School in Kahului tell the story of Bristyl Dempsey,
a thirteen-year-old girl who suffers from Tourette Syndrome – a neurological
disorder characterized by repetitive, involuntary movements and vocalizations
called tics. Bristyl’s symptoms surfaced when she was in intermediate school.
Her tics made her the target of teasing and ridicule by fellow students, and
one teacher mistook Bristyl’s involuntary tics as intentional misbehaving in
class. Given the pressures this caused, Bristyl’s mother thought it would be
better for her daughter to be home-schooled. During her year of home-schooling,
Bristyl’s symptoms improved with therapies such as meditation, and her self-
esteem increased. She entered Maui High School this year as a freshman and
looks forward to a mainstream school experience with her friends and
extra-curricular activities such as cheerleading.

 

ALSO FEATURED:

 

Students from Mid-Pacific Institute on Oahu profile ukulele phenom Jody
Kamisato, who chose the high-risk/high-reward route of opening his own
music school over the option of being an employee of someone else’s school.

 

Students from Wheeler Middle School in Central Oahu offer tips on how to
prepare an emergency kit in the event of a hurricane.

 

Students from Kalani High School in East Honolulu introduce us to The
Canvas, a student-designed, student-run work/play space in Kalihi.

 

Continuing with the theme of students creating their own venues of
expression, we take a look at a past HIKI NŌ story from Maui Waena
Intermediate School about a high school student who created a youth
version of TEDex.

 

Students from Kapolei High School in Central Oahu tell the story of a youth
volunteer at the no-kill animal shelter OSPCA (Oahu Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).

 

This episode of HIKI NŌ is hosted by Ewa Makai Middle School.

 

This program encores Saturday, March 12 at 12:30 pm and Sunday, March 13
at 3:00 pm. You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website, www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII

Neighbor Island Doctor Shortage

Thurs., March 10, 8:00 pm

New

 

Hawaii is nearly 900 doctors short of what we need to meet our medical needs,
according to the University of Hawaii’s John A. Burns School of Medicine.
This shortfall is expected to widen to 1,500 in the next five years.
The shortage of primary care doctors and specialists is most serious on the
neighbor islands, where many people go without medical care, or fly to Oahu
or elsewhere for treatment. INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII explores what it may take
to attract and retain primary care providers on our neighbor islands.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a live public affairs show that is also streamed
live on PBSHawaii.org. Your questions and comments are welcome via phone, email, or Twitter during the broadcast. You may email us ahead of time to insights@pbshawaii.org, or include the #pbsinsights hashtag when posting on Twitter.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., March 11, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists participating
in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., March 11, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri., March 11, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

DIY

 

ROUGH CUT: WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC

TV Tray with Jesse Shaw

Sat., March 12, 2:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by carpenter, craftsman and educator Tommy MacDonald, the sixth
season of this series offers woodworking enthusiasts the confidence to
fulfill their furniture-making dreams. With help from his friends Al, Eli
and Steve and special guests, Tommy creates bold and inspiring woodworking
designs. Tommy also travels to historic landmarks around the country
for inspiration.

 

TV Tray with Jesse Shaw
Tommy and furniture maker Jesse Shaw build a contemporary version of the 1950s
style TV tray, with an updated curve in the legs to make it more modern. Made
out of a rich walnut, Jesse uses bent lamination and modern technology to make
an amazingly handy living room essential.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., March 12, 2:30 pm

Encore

 

Kevin replaces a front door deadbolt with a smart lock controlled by
Bluetooth. From indoor to outdoor, watch Scott install a weather-resistant
television on a patio.

 

THIS OLD HOUSE

Inside Out Restoration

Sat., March 12, 3:00 pm

Encore

 

Norm sees how a craftsman carves two new posts to match the existing. A
refurbished clawfoot tub and marble countertop are installed.

 

MARTHA BAKES

Pies

Sat., March 12, 4:00 pm

Encore

 

Martha Stewart shares the secrets to three treasured pies along with some
simple techniques. If you’ve ever struggled with making your own pastry,
this is the show for you. Martha starts with a peach crumble pie filled with
ripe, juicy peaches. She also makes the classic Southern favorite – key lime
pie – with the tart juice of key limes, baked in a graham-cracker crust.
Then, she whips up a rich and decadent coconut cream pie made with toasted
coconut and dollops of freshly whipped cream.

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

Comfort Food Revisited

Sat., March 12, 4:30 pm

New

 

Test cook Dan Souza uncovers the secrets to the chicken stew. Next, equipment
expert Adam Ried reviews metal baking pans. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster
shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate cream cheese Brownies.

 

JACQUES PEPIN: HEART & SOUL

Cuisine De Ma Cherie

Sat., March 12, 5:00 pm

New

 

Jacques Pépin presents his final series, featuring demonstrations of his
impeccable technique along with candid exchanges between Jacques and his
family and friends.

 

Cuisine De Ma Cherie
Jacques prepares a meal of his wife Gloria’s favorites. First he creates a
tasty herbed omelet with shrimp. He then goes on to combine cilantro with
Gloria’s favorite ingredient, rice, to make cilantro rice, which pairs
perfectly with a stew of calamari with saffron and cucumber, onion and mint
salad. The whole meal is followed with a spin on a classic dessert, rice
pudding with dried cherries and blueberry sauce.

 

SIMPLY MING

Jeremy Sewell

Sat., March 12, 5:30 pm

New

 

SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouth-watering recipes, celebrity
appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique
demonstration, followed by two dishes – one prepared by a nationally renowned
guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. This season focuses on comfort food –
from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world.

 

Jeremy Sewell
Have you ever wanted to cook a whole fish by yourself? Chef Jeremy Sewell will
show you how! The James Beard award-winner makes whole black sea bass with
ginger tomatoes, pesto and crispy squash blossoms. Meanwhile, Chef Ming shows
off his skills by cooking a whole steamed and flashed sea bass.

 

PROGRAM LISTINGS
Feb. 28 – Mar. 5, 2016

 

Arts, Drama, Culture

 

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC

Downton Abbey, Season 6, Part 8 of 9

Sun., Feb. 28, 6:30 pm

Encore

 

The highest-rated drama in PBS history, this Emmy and Golden Globe award-
winning hit drama’s sixth and final season features intimately interlaced
stories centered on an English country estate.

 

Part 8 of 9
Two romances get complicated. Molesley and Spratt try out new jobs. Thomas
takes a fateful step. Mrs. Patmore provokes a scandal. Isobel puts her foot
down.

 

More Manners of Downton Abbey: A Masterpiece Special

Sun., Feb. 28, 8:00 pm

Mon., Feb. 29, 11:00 pm

New

 

Return to the world of manners with Alastair Bruce, Downton Abbey’s
historical advisor. With interviews with cast members including Hugh Bonneville
and Michelle Dockery, the program navigates the social protocol of aristocrats
and servants in the 1920s.

 

MERCY STREET

The Diabolical Plot

Sun., Feb. 28, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

President Lincoln’s visit sets in motion a diabolical rebel plot and offers an
opportunity to free James Sr. Dr. Foster uncovers a scheme to undermine him at
the expense of his patients. Aurelia, recovered from her surgery, makes a
bold decision.

 

NA MELE

Huʻewa

Mon., Feb. 29, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

When you hear their name, you can’t help but smile. The young trio Hūʻewa is
comprised of 17-year-old Kupu Dalire-Naʻauao, 19-year-old Kahi Lum-Young and 25-
year-old Kekoa Kane.

 

“‘Hū‘ is to hum or to make sound, to make music. And ‘ewa’ is to go off course
or to find your own path,” explained Hūʻewa member Kane. “…that’s what we do
with our music…we make music on our own path, on a different style.”

 

The trio performs songs including “Kaulana Niʻihau,” where theyʻre accompanied
by the dancers of Hālau Ka Liko Pua O Kalaniakea; and a medley consisting of
favorite songs of each member: “Kaulana Molokaʻi,” “Pauoa Liko Ka Lehua” and
“Meleana Ē.” Dalire-Naʻauao explains, “The Hawaiian music that we chose, the
type of songs that we chose…we just like to pull things from back in the day.”

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Charleston, SC, Part 3 of 3

Mon., Feb. 29, 8:00 pm

New

 

In Charleston, finds include an 1890 Frederic Remington watercolor, a 1970
Jimi Hendrix collection and an 1879 James A.M. Whistler etching.

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Minneapolis, MN, Part 1 of 3

Mon., Feb. 29, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Highlights from the Roadshow floor include a George Elmslie chair that, if
authentic, could fetch $50,000; a 1900 McKinley-Roosevelt poster; and a 1976
fancy intense yellow diamond ring, valued at $140,000-$160,000.

 

INDEPENDENT LENS

Wilhemina’s War

Mon., Feb. 29, 10:00 pm

New

 

AIDS is one of the leading causes of death for black women in the rural South,
where living with HIV is a grim reality. This film tells the story of a Southern
grandmother as she struggles to help her family, but may be unable to save
those she loves.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

Benny Rietveld

Tues., March 1, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

Benny Rietveld’s first experience playing music was at the age of six, in the
piano department at the GEM store in Kapalama. “I liked the idea that you could
press something, and it creates this…cool sound,” Rietveld remembers. He was
mentored by band director Henry Miyamura at McKinley High School, and played in
local jazz and rock bands before moving to San Francisco and touring with Sheila
E. and Miles Davis. Today, Benny Rietveld plays bass for Carlos Santana, and
still sits in with the Hawaii musicians he grew up with.

 

This program will be rebroadcast on Wednesday, March 2 at 11:00 pm and Sunday,
March 6 at 4:00 pm.

 

FINDING YOUR ROOTS

The Long Way Home

Tues., March 1, 8:00 pm

New

 

Join Harvard scholar Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr., as he delves into the genealogy
of 27 guests. Each story illuminates the vast patchwork of ethnicity, race and
experience that makes up the fabric of America.

 

The Long Way Home
Discover how actress Julianna Marguiles, author Azar Nafisi and Chef Lidia
Bastianich are bound together by their ancestors’ singular and deeply human
desire to preserve their most cherished traditions.

 

AMERICAN MASTERS

Fats Domino

Tues., March 1, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Discover how Fats Domino’s brand of New Orleans rhythm and blues became rock ‘n’
roll. As popular in the 1950s as Elvis Presley, Domino suffered degradation in
the pre-civil rights South, but aided integration through his influential music.

 

A CHEF’S LIFE

Prickly Business

Wed., March 2, 7:30 pm and 11:30 pm

Encore

 

A Chef’s Life is a cooking and documentary series that takes viewers inside the
life of Chef Vivian Howard, who, with her husband Ben Knight, opens a fine
dining restaurant in her small hometown in Eastern North Carolina. Each episode
follows Vivian out of the kitchen and into cornfields, strawberry patches and hog
farms as she hunts down the ingredients that inspire her menus. Using a chef’s
modern sensibilities, Vivian explores Southern cuisine, past and present – one
ingredient at a time. A celebration of true farm-to-table food, the series
combines the action and drama of a high-pressure business with the joys and
stresses of family life.

 

Prickly Business
Vivian’s mentor, Scott Barton, stops by the restaurant and shares the story of
the African roots of okra. Vivian learns that picking okra can be a prickly
business.

 

GLOBE TREKKER

Papua New Guinea Islands

Thurs., March 3, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

The trekkers explore New Britain Island, the largest in the Bismarck Archipelago
of Papua New Guinea. Inhabited by the indigenous Papuans and the Austronesians,
the island was captured by the Japanese during World War II. Today the island’s
traditional cultures are diverse and complex but there are several ancient
traditions which remain active today. Next, we visit the township of Rabaul,
once the provincial capital until it was destroyed in 1994 by a massive
volcanic eruption.

 

WELL READ

Stacy Schiff: The Witches, Salem 1692

Thurs., March 3, 11:00 pm

New

 

Stacy Schiff, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Cleopatra, unravels the
mystery of the Salem witch trials.

 

AMERICAN MASTERS

Loretta Lynn

Fri., March 4, 9:00 pm

New

 

Explore the country legend’s hard-fought road to stardom. From her Appalachian
roots to the Oscar-winning biopic Coal Miner’s Daughter, Loretta Lynn
struggled to balance family and her music career and is still going strong
over 50 years later.

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING

Nashville, Tennessee

Sat., March 5, 7:00 pm

New

 

This series combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations for
the ultimate dining experience. In the third season of the Emmy-nominated series,
Australian Chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, and across the sea, traveling
to Nashville, Louisville, Miami, San Antonio, Hawaii and other US locations to
meet the best chefs in each area and cook a delicious meal that incorporates
local and seasonal ingredients.

 

Nashville, Tennessee
Host Pete Evans hits the road with Nashville food legends Matt Bolus and Trevor
Moran. First stop is the Rocky Glade Farm in Eagleville where Pete learns about
this local family farm and sources fresh produce for the night’s feast. Then they
head to Wedge Oak Farm in Lebanon to collect eggs, mushrooms and duck. The menu
features: baby collards and Swiss chard salad with gribiche and grilled
onions; grilled suckling pig stuffed with green onions and green garlic;
fire-grilled vegetables with sorrel salsa verde and smoked farm eggs;
wood-fired roasted duck with wild farm greens and beer yeast sauce, served with
fried duck eggs; and chamomile ice cream for dessert.

 

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Luzern for Fun and Profit

Sat., March 5, 7:30 pm

New

 

For a while, Burt lived in the Swiss city of Lucerne. He describes it as a “home
on the range,” but the range he’s referring to is the Alps Mountain Range of
central Europe. The city sits at the end of a great lake surrounded by
snow-covered mountains and features a number of cultural attractions including
the Rosengart Museum.

 

Easy Yoga for Diabetes with Peggy Cappy

Sat., March 5, 8:00 pm

New

 

Learn how yoga and the right diet can improve health and have a positive impact
on life with diabetes. Interviews with doctors and first-person accounts from
individuals with diabetes or pre-diabetes explore how yoga and diet improved
their lives.

 

Country Pop Legends

Sat., March 5, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Country pop legends perform their biggest and most-loved hit recordings from
the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s in this special. County music legend Roy Clark hosts
this emotional trip down three decades of memory lane. Performances from Glen
Campbell, Crystal Gayle, Bill Anderson, BJ Thomas, the Bellamy Brothers and
more are intermixed with full-length vintage archival gems from the vaults.

 

THE KATE

Rickie Lee Jones

Sat., March 5, 11:00 pm

New

 

THE KATE is a new national music series, taped live at the Katharine Hepburn
Cultural Arts Center, an intimate 250-seat venue in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.

 

Rickie Lee Jones
Two-time Grammy-winner Rickie Lee Jones exploded onto the pop scene in 1978 and
has made a career of fearlessly experimenting with her sound over 15 critically
acclaimed albums. Jones charms the Kate’s audience with new tunes and fan
favorites like “Chuck E’s In Love.”

 

Public Affairs

 

THE OPEN MIND

Sun., Feb. 28, 6:00 pm

New

Hosted by Alexander Heffner, this weekly public affairs program is a thoughtful
excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national and public
concern with the most compelling minds of our times.

 

FRONTLINE

Poor Kids

Tues., March 1, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

FRONTLINE follows three young girls in the Midwest growing up amidst their
families’ struggles against financial ruin. This is an intimate portrait of
the economic crisis as it’s rarely seen, through the eyes of children. With
one in five American children living below the poverty line, this is an
unflinching and revealing exploration of what poverty means to children.

 

HIKI NŌ

Thurs., March 3, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

TOP STORY:

 

Students from Kapaa High School on Kauai tell the story of Joshua and Jason
Iloreta, two brothers who train and compete together in long-distance running
races. To most people this does not seem unusual, until they find out that
older brother Joshua has cerebral palsy – a neurological disorder that appears
in infancy or early childhood and permanently affects body movement and muscle
coordination. Jason pushes Joshua in a race-designed wheelchair as he runs.
Their goal is to someday do a full marathon together. Their participation in
long-distance races is part of an awareness campaign the brothers started which
they call “I Am My Ability, I Am Not My Disability.” Their intent is to spread
awareness that cerebral palsy does not impair people’s cognition and
intelligence and that they can lead fulfilling and productive lives with the
condition.

 

ALSO FEATURED:

 

Students from Waianae Intermediate School in Central Oahu tell the story of
Lorenzo Taguro-Bear, a very outgoing young leader who, unbeknownst to his peers
and advisors at the Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii, used to live in a homeless
encampment in Waianae.

 

Students from Kapaa Middle School on Kauai present a primer on how to make
friends.

 

Students at the private all-girl school Sacred Hearts Academy in Kaimuki
feature their science teacher Erin Flynn, who inspires her students to shatter
the stereotype that science is for boys.

 

Expanding on the theme of breaking gender-based stereotypes, we revisit a story
from the HIKI NŌ archives by Aliamanu Middle School on Oahu about a girls’
flight school.

 

Students from Seabury Hall Middle School on Maui feature John Plunkett, who
tells the heartfelt story of his family’s deep connection to their homeland of
Kihei, Maui.

 

This episode of HIKI NŌ is hosted by McKinley High School.

 

This program encores Saturday, March 5 at 12:30 pm and Sunday, March 6 at 3:00 pm.
You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website, www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII

Is Hawaii in a Real Estate Bubble?

Thurs., March 3, 8:00 pm

New

 

In January, the median price of a single-family home on Oahu reached an all-time
high of $733,500, and sales increased by double digits. Prices are spiking on
Maui and Kauai, too, leaving many would-be homebuyers wondering if they’ll soon
be priced out. The last time prices increased so much – and so fast – Hawaii
was in the midst of a bubble that burst in 2008.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a live public affairs show that is also streamed live
on pbshawaii.org. Your questions and comments are welcome via phone, email, or
Twitter during the broadcast. You may email us ahead of time to
insights@pbshawaii.org, or include the #pbsinsights hashtag when posting on
Twitter.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., March 4, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists participating
in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., March 4, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri., March 4, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

Science and Nature

 

A Year in Space

Wed., March 2, 8:00 pm

Fri., March 4, 11:00 pm

New

 

Follow astronaut Scott Kelly’s record-breaking 12-month mission on the
International Space Station, from launch to landing, as NASA charts the effects
of long-duration spaceflight by comparing him to his identical twin on
Earth, astronaut Mark Kelly.

 

NOVA

First Man on the Moon

Wed., March 2, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

When Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon, he won instant fame. Yet this
accomplished engineer and test pilot was so determined to stay out of the
limelight that few know the personal story of how his rare combination of
talent, luck and experience led to his successful command of Apollo 11. NOVA
presents an intimate portrait of an unassuming American hero through
interviews with Armstrong’s family and friends.

 

History

 

AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

Space Men

Tues., March 1, 9:00 pm

Wed., March 2, 10:00 pm

New

 

Meet the pioneering Air Force scientists and pilots of Project Manhigh, which
collected data about the biological and technical factors required to support
human activity in space and laid the groundwork for the US space program.

 

PBS HAWAII PRESENTS

Under a Jarvis Moon

Thurs., March 3, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

This film tells the story of 130 young men from Hawaii who, from the late 1930s
through the early years of World War II, were part of a clandestine mission by
the U.S. federal government to occupy desert islands in the middle of the Pacific.
The first wave of these colonists was a group of Hawaiian high school students,
chosen because government officials assumed Pacific Islanders could best
survive the harsh conditions present on the tiny, isolated islands. For the
young men, who were unaware of the true purpose of their role as colonists,
what ensued is a tale of intrigue, courage and, ultimately, tragedy.

 

DIY

 

ROUGH CUT: WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC

Spice Box with Glen Huey

Sat., March 5, 2:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by carpenter, craftsman and educator Tommy MacDonald, the sixth season
of this series offers woodworking enthusiasts the confidence to fulfill their
furniture-making dreams. With help from his friends Al, Eli and Steve and
special guests, Tommy creates bold and inspiring woodworking designs. Tommy
also travels to historic landmarks around the country for inspiration.

 

Spice Box with Glen Huey
Tommy works on a poplar and black walnut spice box with Glen Huey of
360 Woodworking.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., March 5, 2:30 pm

Encore

 

On a trip to Minneapolis, Tom takes the right steps to install a new attic
staircase. Watch Kevin use a special paint to give a dated kitchen an elegant
makeover.

 

THIS OLD HOUSE

What’s Old Is New Again

Sat., March 5, 3:00 pm

Encore

 

Work continues on the tree house. Refurbished windows are installed. Tommy
installs wainscoting in the front entryway, and then works on restoring the
parquet flooring.

 

MARTHA BAKES

French Classics

Sat., March 5, 4:00 pm

Encore

 

Join Martha Stewart as she demystifies four French classics found in
patisseries all over France. Learn how to make the macaron, the
festive, brightly colored cookie that looks like a tiny sandwich; Paris-
brest
, a wheel-shaped ring of cream puffs filled with pastry cream;
madeleines, the delicate shell-shaped sponge cakes; and an elegant
Breton butter cake that will complement any lunch or dinner party.

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

Saucing Up Chicken and Roasting Mushrooms

Sat., March 5, 4:30 pm

New

 

Test cook Bryan Roof shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best quick
sauces for sautéed chicken. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews serrated
paring knives. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to
the ultimate roasted mushrooms with parmesan and pine nuts.

 

JACQUES PEPIN: HEART & SOUL

Shorey’s Petite Appetite

Sat., March 5, 5:00 pm

New

 

Jacques Pépin presents his final series, featuring demonstrations of his
impeccable technique along with candid exchanges between Jacques and his
family and friends.

 

Shorey’s Petite Appetite
Shorey, Jacques’ granddaughter, joins him in the kitchen, bringing her petite yet
progressive palate in tow! She follows along as Grandpa prepares one of her
favorites, escargots in baked potatoes. Jacques then shares an afterschool
favorite from his childhood, appropriately named pain de quatre heures or
“the four o’clock bread,” filled with hazelnuts and chocolate.

 

SIMPLY MING

Barbara Lynch

Sat., March 5, 5:30 pm

New

 

SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouth-watering recipes, celebrity
appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique
demonstration, followed by two dishes – one prepared by a nationally renowned
guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. This season focuses on comfort food –
from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world.

 

Barbara Lynch
James Beard award-winning chef Barbara Lynch shows Chef Ming how to do seafood
the New England way! Barbara starts us off with a shellfish and saffron stew,
while Ming prepares a speedy poached seafood dinner that is savory yet simple.

 

PROGRAM LISTINGS
Feb. 21 – Feb. 27, 2016

 

Arts, Drama, Culture

 

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC

Downton Abbey, Season 6, Part 7 of 9

Sun., Feb. 21, 7:00 pm

Encore

 

The highest-rated drama in PBS history, this Emmy and Golden Globe award-
winning hit drama’s sixth and final season features intimately interlaced
stories centered on an English country estate.

 

Part 7 of 9
A car race gives Mary flashbacks. Mrs. Patmore opens for business. Mrs. Hughes
tricks Carson. Things get serious for Edith. Robert gets a surprise gift.

 

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC

Downton Abbey, Season 6, Part 8 of 9

Sun., Feb. 21, 8:00 pm

New

 

The highest-rated drama in PBS history, this Emmy and Golden Globe award-
winning hit drama’s sixth and final season features intimately interlaced
stories centered on an English country estate.

 

Part 8 of 9
Two romances get complicated. Molesley and Spratt try out new jobs. Thomas
takes a fateful step. Mrs. Patmore provokes a scandal. Isobel puts her
foot down.

 

MERCY STREET

The Diabolical Plot

Sun., Feb. 21, 9:20 pm

Thurs., Feb. 25, 10:00 pm

New

 

Based on real events, MERCY STREET takes viewers beyond the battlefield and
into the lives of a distinctive cast of characters – doctors, nurses, contraband
laborers and Southern loyalists – set in the chaotic world of Union-occupied
Alexandria, Virginia, and the Mansion House Hospital in the early years of the
Civil War.

 

The Diabolical Plot
President Lincoln’s visit sets in motion a diabolical rebel plot and offers an
opportunity to free James Sr. Dr. Foster uncovers a scheme to undermine him at
the expense of his patients. Aurelia, recovered from her surgery, makes a
bold decision.

 

NA MELE

Cyril Pahinui and Peter Moon Jr.

Mon., Feb. 22, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

This special NA MELE presentation pairing Cyril Pahinui and Peter Moon Jr. has
a special significance, as both are the sons of Hawaiian music icons: slack key
guitar legend Gabby “Pops” Pahinui and Peter Moon Sr., a seminal figure in
the Hawaiian Renaissance of the 1970s.

 

Cyril and Peter Moon Jr.’s master-apprentice process is rooted in the “old
style” approach to teaching: watch, listen and learn. That was how Cyril
learned from his father, and this technique has borne fruit with Peter Moon Jr.
as the two of them, along with special guest Jeff Ahoy on steel guitar, perform
in a jam session at the PBS Hawaii studio.

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Charleston, SC, Part 2 of 3

Mon., Feb. 22, 8:00 pm

New

 

Highlights from Charleston include a locally made Francis Sommer astronomical
regulator clock, an 1899 Oscar Wilde manuscript poem and a 1960 Rene
Portocarrero oil. One is worth $80,000 to $100,000!

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Atlanta, GA, Part 3 of 3

Mon., Feb. 22, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Highlights from the Roadshow floor include a circa 1961 Willie Mays jersey and
pants; a 17th-century Ming bronze guardian figure; and a circa 1861 Confederate
officer’s sword that originally belonged to the guest’s great-great-
great-grandfather.

 

INDEPENDENT LENS

(T)ERROR

Mon., Feb. 22, 10:00 pm

New

 

Watch a covert terrorism sting unfold as a longtime counterterrorism informant
takes on what he swears is his last job for the FBI and invites filmmakers to
follow efforts to befriend a suspected jihadist, without informing his superiors.

 

Growing Up Gambling

Mon., Feb. 22, 11:30 pm

New

 

This program illustrates how technology advancement makes it easy for students
to engage in high-stakes gambling, taking viewers inside the brain of an online
gamer and online gambler, telling the story of a student’s downward spiral into
addictive online sports betting.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

Peter Merriman

Tues., Feb. 23, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

How is it that the culinary movement now known as Hawaii Regional Cuisine was
developed by someone who grew up in a steel mill town in Pennsylvania‌? Chef and
restaurateur Peter Merriman tells his story of falling in love with the people,
culture and food of Hawaii – and how that love and respect led to a culinary
movement.

 

This program will be rebroadcast on Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 11:00 pm and Sunday,
Feb. 28 at 4:00 pm.

 

FINDING YOUR ROOTS

The Pioneers

Tues., Feb. 23, 8:00 pm

New

 

Join Harvard scholar Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr., as he delves into the genealogy
of 27 guests. Each story illuminates the vast patchwork of ethnicity, race and
experience that makes up the fabric of America.

 

The Pioneers
Discover how Neil Patrick Harris, Gloria Steinem and Sandra Cisneros are
connected to pioneers who broke new ground and paved the way for their modern-
day descendants to continue shaping our culture.

 

AMERICAN MASTERS

Carole King

Tues., Feb. 23, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Delve into the hit singer-songwriter’s life and career from 1960s New York to
the music mecca of 1970s LA to the present. King joins collaborators and family
in new interviews, while rare home movies, performances and photos complete the
tapestry. This year also marks the 45th anniversary of King’s landmark album
Tapestry, which spawned the hits “It’s Too Late,” “I Feel the Earth Move,”
“You’ve Got a Friend” and “So Far Away.”

 

A CHEF’S LIFE

Pickle Perfect

Wed., Feb. 24, 7:30 pm and 11:30 pm

Encore

 

A Chef’s Life is a cooking and documentary series that takes viewers inside
the life of Chef Vivian Howard, who, with her husband Ben Knight, opens a fine
dining restaurant in her small hometown in Eastern North Carolina. Each episode
follows Vivian out of the kitchen and into cornfields, strawberry patches and
hog farms as she hunts down the ingredients that inspire her menus. Using a
chef’s modern sensibilities, Vivian explores Southern cuisine, past and present
– one ingredient at a time. A celebration of true farm-to-table food, the series
combines the action and drama of a high-pressure business with the joys and
stresses of family life.

 

Pickle Perfect
Vivian visits her friend Nancy for a comforting combination of homemade pickles,
chicken salad and chocolate cake. Ben and Vivian audition a new chef to offer
Ben some relief and much-needed time to focus on his art.

 

PBS HAWAII PRESENTS

Fishing Pono

Thurs., Feb. 25, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Native Hawaiians on the island of Molokai are using ancient conservation methods
to restore local fisheries. Featuring lifelong fisherman Kelson “Mac” Poepoe,
whose fishing conservation program is based on historical practices, this story
shows how a community turned the tide on a seemingly doomed resource.

 

PBS HAWAII PRESENTS

Breadfruit & Open Spaces

Thurs., Feb. 25, 9:30 pm

Encore

 

Explore the journey of a group of Pacific Islander immigrants from the Federated
States of Micronesia who now live on Guam. The film gives a rare look into their
personal lives as they struggle to hold their ground and find a voice on a new
island, while maintaining ties to their families on their home island of Chuuk.

 

WELL READ

Leonard Pitts Jr.: Grant Park

Thurs., Feb. 25, 11:00 pm

New

 

Leonard Pitts Jr. is a nationally syndicated columnist for the Miami Herald and
winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for commentary. His novel Grant Park is
a look at black and white relations in contemporary America, blending the absurd
and the poignant.

 

Smithsonian Salutes Ray Charles: In Performance at the White House

Fri., Feb. 26, 9:00 pm

New

 

Hear interpretations of the music of Ray Charles, using his own big-band musical
arrangements, by renowned and new artists. The performance, a White House
partnership with the Smithsonian, airs from the East Room.

 

AMERICAN MASTERS

Fats Domino and the Birth of Rock ’n’ Roll

Fri., Feb. 26, 10:00 pm

New

 

Discover how Fats Domino’s brand of New Orleans rhythm and blues became rock ‘n’
roll. As popular in the 1950s as Elvis Presley, Domino suffered degradation in
the pre-civil rights South, but aided integration through his influential music.

 

Alice’s Restaurant 50th Anniversary Concert

Fri., Feb. 26, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Arlo Guthrie, son of legendary musician Woody Guthrie, reveals the events behind
the writing of “Alice’s Restaurant” – his 18-minute musical monologue that
spawned a platinum-selling record and a full-length motion picture. In this
concert, Arlo performs the song and others from his career, along with
anecdotal stories.

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING

The Big Island, Hawaii

Sat., Feb. 27, 7:00 pm

New

 

This series combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations
for the ultimate dining experience. In the third season of the Emmy-nominated
series, Australian Chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, and across the sea,
traveling to Nashville, Louisville, Miami, San Antonio, Hawaii and other US
locations to meet the best chefs in each area and cook a delicious meal that
incorporates local and seasonal ingredients.

 

Big Island, Hawaii
“The Pied Piper of Hawaii Regional Cuisine,” Chef Peter Merriman takes Pete on
a trip up the Kohala Mountains to the beautiful Kahua Ranch where they pick up
Wagyu beef for the night’s feast. Meanwhile, local chef Jim Babian sources
abalone straight from the tank at the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii.
Later, the chefs meet up at Merriman’s Restaurant to prepare wood-grilled
abalone; pipikaula beef jerky poke; pan-seared kampachi with lilikoi brown
butter sauce; and lamb curry with fresh ginger, turmeric, coconut and
pineapple-mint garnish.

 

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

Siena and Assisi, Italy

Sat., Feb. 27, 7:30 pm

New

 

Burt takes a group of public television viewers on a tour of Assisi and Siena.
They visit the Basilica of St. Francis and discover how the paintings of Giotto
made a permanent change in the way painters saw the world. They travel on to
Siena and visit the great Church and historic attractions of the city. They
also have a private tour of one of Italy’s most important wineries and a
special tasting of the wines of Tuscany.

 

GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET

Otello

Sat., Feb. 27, 8:00 pm

New

 

The Met presents a new staging of Verdi’s masterpiece, conducted by Yannick
Nezet-Seguin and directed by Bartlett Sher, with Aleksandrs Antonenko as the
tormented Moor of Venice; Sonya Yoncheva as Desdemona; and Zeljko Lucic as
Otello’s sinister rival, Iago.

 

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS

2015 Hall of Fame Special

Sat., Feb. 27, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Enjoy the 2015 AUSTIN CITY LIMITS Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, as Loretta
Lynn, Asleep at the Wheel, Guy Clark, Townes Van Zandt and Flaco Jimenez are
honored by Lyle Lovett, Dwight Yoakam, Vince Gill, Gillian Welch, Jason Isbell
and more.

 

Public Affairs

 

THE OPEN MIND

Sun., Feb. 21, 6:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by Alexander Heffner, this weekly public affairs program is a thoughtful
excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national and public
concern with the most compelling minds of our times.

 

FRONTLINE

Chasing Heroin

Tues., Feb. 23, 9:00 pm

New

 

Go inside the heroin and opioid crisis in America. Following four addicts in
Seattle, FRONTLINE examines U.S. drug policy and what happens when heroin is
treated like a public health crisis, not a crime.

 

HIKI NŌ

Thurs., Feb. 25, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

This episode is a compilation of stories that express the six Hawaiian values
featured in the first round of the 2015-16 season. Here are the Hawaiian values
featured and the stories that represent them:

 

Ho‘omau (to persevere, perpetuate or continue) is represented by a story from
Maui High School, which follows former UH Wahine Volleyball star Cecilia
Fernandez as she battles Adenocarcinoma, a rare form of lung cancer. As a former
athlete, Cecilia is used to battling opponents by following a carefully devised
game-plan. But because so little is known about this disease, Cecilia must
persevere against an enemy she is not familiar with – uncertainty.

 

Kuleana (responsibility) is represented by a story from Waianae High School in
West Oahu. Waianae High School graduate and UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship)
fighter Max Holloway feels it is his kuleana to represent the Waianae community
in the most positive way possible when he competes. Max also takes his
responsibilities to his wife and young son very seriously. Having been severely
neglected by his own parents, Max wants to make sure his son does not have to
suffer the same sort of childhood that he had.

 

Ha‘aha‘a (humbleness and humility) is represented by a story from Chiefess
Kamakahelei Middle School on Kauai. Kauai resident Moses Hamilton learned
humbleness and humility when he had to start all over again after a car
accident that left him a quadriplegic. While undergoing rehab, Moses took
up mouth painting (painting by holding and manipulating the paint brush in
one’s mouth), and is a now a successful artist who sells his paintings in Hanalei.

 

‘Imi na‘auao (enlightenment and wisdom) is represented by a story from Moanalua
High School in the Salt Lake District of Oahu. Lars Mitsuda, Moanalua’s culinary
arts teacher, who combines his passions for food and education by enlightening
students on the many life-lessons cooking can teach. From multi-tasking to
management skills, to business planning, to working with people – learning the
culinary arts fosters a wisdom that students can use for the rest of their
lives.

 

‘Ike Pono (to know what is right) is represented by a story from Maui Waena
Intermediate School about Christopher Malik Cousins, owner of the Farmacy Health
Bar in Wailuku, Maui. Cousins had been a troubled youth, often on the wrong
side the law and even living on the streets. Being fed at Saint Theresa’s
Church in Kihei eventually inspired him to do the right thing and open his own
health food restaurant. He encourages his customers to “pay-it-forward” by
contributing to a program that helps to feed the hungry with healthy foods.

 

Mālama (to care for, protect and maintain) is represented by a story from
Aliamanu Middle School on Oahu, about the efforts of the National Oceanic
and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and its community of volunteers to
mālama the Hawaiian Monk Seal. Mālama is also represented by a video
primer from Kauai High School on how to “take care” in the event of a
hurricane.

 

This episode is hosted by HIKI NŌ alum (and current Political Science/
Communications double-major at UH Manoa) Shisa Kahaunaele.

 

This program encores Saturday, Feb. 27 at 12:30 pm and Sunday, Feb. 28 at 3:00 pm.
You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website, www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII

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Thurs., Feb. 25, 8:00 pm

New

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INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a live public affairs show that is also streamed live
on pbshawaii.org. Your questions and comments are welcome via phone, email, or
Twitter during the broadcast. You may email us ahead of time to
insights@pbshawaii.org, or include the #pbsinsights hashtag when posting on
Twitter.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., Feb. 26, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists participating
in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., Feb. 26, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri., Feb. 26, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

Science and Nature

 

NATURE

Snow Chick

Wed., Feb. 24, 8:00 pm

New

 

See the intimate and incredible journey of one vulnerable and charismatic
Emperor penguin chick, from the moment he emerges from the egg to when he leaves
for the sea as a boisterous adolescent.

 

NOVA

Rise of the Robots

Wed., Feb. 24, 9:00 pm

New

 

Machines with human-like capabilities have long been the stuff of science
fiction. Until now. Meet the world’s most advanced humanoid robots as they
leave the lab, battle real-world challenges and endeavor to become part of
our everyday lives.

 

The Human Face of Big Data

Wed., Feb. 24, 10:00 pm

New

 

During the first day of a baby’s life the amount of data generated by humanity
is equivalent to 70 times the information contained in the Library of Congress.
What will it mean to live in a world where every moment, from birth to death,
is digitally chronicled and preserved in vast cloud-based databases, forever?
This film captures the promise and potential peril of the extraordinary
knowledge revolution.

 

DIY

 

ROUGH CUT: WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC

Child’s Chair with Steve Brown

Sat., Feb. 27, 2:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by carpenter, craftsman and educator Tommy MacDonald, the sixth season
of this series offers woodworking enthusiasts the confidence to fulfill their
furniture-making dreams. With help from his friends Al, Eli and Steve and
special guests, Tommy creates bold and inspiring woodworking designs. Tommy also
travels to historic landmarks around the country for inspiration.

 

Child’s Chair with Steve Brown
Tommy is joined by master furniture maker Steve Brown from the North Bennet
Street School in Boston. Steve and Tommy pick a project that encourages the
home woodworker to keep it simple with a child’s chair, concentrating on its
rustic splayed legs. A great project for beginners, it’s made of beautiful
white oak, with inspiration coming from a traditional bretstuhl
of Germany.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., Feb. 27, 2:30 pm

New

 

Tom creates a backyard chicken coop. Scott talks about the value of USB
outlets. Chris Kimball talks maple syrup.

 

THIS OLD HOUSE

Goodbye Tired Old House

Sat., Feb. 27, 3:00 pm

New

 

The completion of the project reveals many improvements: a new Victorian
front porch, restored windows, relaxing master suite, functional living
space and gorgeous open kitchen.

 

MARTHA BAKES

Puddings

Sat., Feb. 27, 4:00 pm

Encore

 

In this episode, Martha turns the modern stereotype of pudding upside down.
She prepares a traditional bread pudding spiked with Armagnac brandy; a baked
chocolate custard; a steamed cranberry pudding; and a light and airy lemon
pudding made in individual ramekins.

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

Why Not Add Wine?

Sat., Feb. 27, 4:30 pm

New

 

Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making the best coq au
riesling
at home. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best waiter’s
corkscrews. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher
Kimball how to make the ultimate Tuscan-style beef stew.

 

JACQUES PEPIN: HEART & SOUL

Gloria’s Favorites

Sat., Feb. 27, 5:00 pm

New

 

Jacques Pépin presents his final series, featuring demonstrations of his
impeccable technique along with candid exchanges between Jacques and his
family and friends.

 

Gloria’s Favorites
Jacques dedicates today’s dishes to his wife Gloria and their many years spent
together in the kitchen. He kicks off with an extravagant, yet easy and elegant
pressed caviar canapé. Jacques then pops the top from a bottle of beer
to make a simple batter for his corn fritters topped with smoked salmon. He also
utilizes often-overlooked offal for Gloria’s memorable pork kidneys with mushroom
in vermouth sauce.

 

SIMPLY MING

Jasper White

Sat., Feb. 27, 5:30 pm

New

 

SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouth-watering recipes, celebrity
appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique
demonstration, followed by two dishes – one prepared by a nationally renowned
guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. This season focuses on comfort food –
from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world.

 

Jasper White
Boston’s “king of seafood” Jasper White stops by to show Ming some one-pot
seafood dishes. Jasper creates a Portuguese-style seafood stew of clams,
mussels and chouriço, while Ming follows up with a hearty black bean, clam
and mussel pasta.

 

PROGRAM LISTINGS
Feb. 14 – Feb. 20, 2016

 

Children’s Programming

 

READY JET GO!

Weekdays at 6:30 am beginning Mon., Feb 15

New

 

READY JET GO! is a new PBS KIDS earth science and astronomy series for
children ages 3-8. The program takes viewers on a journey into outer
space, building on children’s curiosity about science, technology and
astronomy. The series follows two neighborhood kids: Sean, who has an
all-consuming desire for science facts, and Sydney, who has a passion
for science fiction and imagination. They befriend the new kid on their
street, Jet Propulsion, whose family members happen to be aliens from
the planet Bortron 7. Together, they explore the solar system and the
effects it has on the science of our planet, while learning about
friendship and teamwork along the way.

 

Arts, Drama, Culture

 

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC

Downton Abbey, Season 6, Part 6 of 9

Sun., Feb. 14, 7:00 pm

Encore

 

The highest-rated drama in PBS history, this Emmy and Golden Globe
award-winning hit drama’s sixth and final season features intimately
interlaced stories centered on an English country estate.

 

Part 6 of 9
The hospital war reaches a climax. Violet goes on the warpath. Daisy
tries to foil a romance. Prospects are looking up for Mary and Edith.
Thomas feels trapped.

 

MASTERPIECE CLASSIC

Downton Abbey, Season 6, Part 7 of 9

Sun., Feb. 14, 8:00 pm

New

 

The highest-rated drama in PBS history, this Emmy and Golden Globe
award-winning hit drama’s sixth and final season features intimately
interlaced stories centered on an English country estate.

 

Part 7 of 9
A car race gives Mary flashbacks. Mrs. Patmore opens for business. Mrs.
Hughes tricks Carson. Things get serious for Edith. Robert gets a
surprise gift.

 

MERCY STREET

The Dead Room

Sun., Feb. 14, 9:00 pm

Thurs., Feb. 18, 10:00 pm

New

 

Based on real events, MERCY STREET takes viewers beyond the battlefield
and into the lives of a distinctive cast of characters – doctors, nurses,
contraband laborers and Southern loyalists – set in the chaotic world of
Union-occupied Alexandria, Virginia, and the Mansion House Hospital in
the early years of the Civil War.

 

The Dead Room
The unexpected visit of a hospital inspector throws the staff into disarray.

 

IN THEIR OWN WORDS

Jim Henson

Sun., Feb. 14, 10:00 pm

Fri., Feb. 19, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

This biographical profile uses Jim Henson’s most memorable quotes to frame
his life story. Follow Henson’s career, from his early television work with
the Muppets in the 1950s to his commercial work, his breakthroughs with
Sesame Street and The Muppet Show, his fantasy films of the 1980s to his
sudden death in 1990.

 

Hawaiian Airlines Presents: Na Mele at Halekulani’s House Without a Key

Mon., Feb. 15, 7:30 pm

Encore

 

NA MELE goes on location to document a traditional, cherished Hawaiian
experience. Halekulani has a special place in the hearts of Hawaii’s people
and everyone who has spent time there. PBS Hawaii captures a late afternoon
at the hotel’s House Without a Key with hula dancers Kanoe Miller and Debbie
Nakanelua-Richards, and the musical trio Pa‘ahana (Pakala Fernandes, Kaipo
Kukahiko and Douglas Po‘oloa Tolentino).

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Charleston, SC, Part 1 of 3

Mon., Feb. 15, 8:00 pm

New

 

The Roadshow visits Charleston, SC and learns about a Babe Ruth archive;
highlights from the Roadshow floor include a Japanese iron and gold vase
from around 1890 and a walnut cellarette.

 

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW

Atlanta, GA, Part 2 of 3

Mon., Feb. 15, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

Highlights from the Roadshow floor include a circa 1939 edition of Gone
With The Wind
, signed by the author and the cast of the film; an 1875
Persian turquoise and diamond Victorian bracelet; and a circa 1930 painting
by legendary Philadelphia impressionist Mary Elizabeth Price, valued at
$40,000 – $60,000.

 

INDEPENDENT LENS

The Powerbroker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights

Mon., Feb. 15, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Whitney M. Young Jr. was one of the most celebrated and controversial leaders
of the civil rights era. This film follows his journey from segregated Kentucky
to head of the National Urban League. Unique among black leaders, Young took
the fight directly to the powerful white elite, gaining allies in business and
government, including three presidents. He had the difficult tasks of calming
the fears of white allies, relieving the doubts of fellow civil rights leaders
and responding to attacks from the militant Black Power movement.

 

AMERICAN MASTERS

B.B. King

Mon., Feb. 15, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Explore B.B. King’s challenging life and career through candid interviews with
the King of the Blues, filmed shortly before his death in May 2015. Fellow
music stars including Bono, Bonnie Raitt, Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, John
Mayer and Ringo Starr, pay tribute to King’s legend.

 

LONG STORY SHORT WITH LESLIE WILCOX

Sarah Richards

Tues., Feb. 16, 7:30 pm

New

 

Sarah Richards was the President of Hawaii Theatre Center for nearly 25 years
and retired in June 2014. She spearheaded the Hawaii Theatre’s restoration,
and the $32 million fundraising campaign for the project. Born and raised in
Indiana, Sarah always had a love for the arts, which she brought with her
to Hawaii.

 

This program will be rebroadcast on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 11:00 pm and Sunday,
Feb. 21 at 4:00 pm.

 

FINDING YOUR ROOTS

Family Reunions

Tues., Feb. 16, 8:00 pm

New

 

Join Harvard scholar Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr., as he delves into the genealogy
of 27 guests. Each story illuminates the vast patchwork of ethnicity, race and
experience that makes up the fabric of America.

 

Family Reunions
Uncover family mysteries about two legends of hip hop, Sean Combs and LL Cool J,
through the use of DNA technology that reveals information that shakes their
very foundations.

 

INDEPENDENT LENS

The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution

Tues., Feb. 16, 9:00 pm

Sat., Feb. 20, 8:00 pm

New

 

This is the first feature-length documentary to explore the Black Panther Party,
its significance to the broader American culture, its cultural and political
awakening for black people and the painful lessons wrought when a movement
derails. Master documentarian Stanley Nelson goes straight to the source,
weaving rare archival footage with the voices of the people who were there:
police, FBI informants, journalists, white supporters and detractors, and Black
Panthers who remained loyal to the party and those who left it. Featuring
Kathleen Cleaver, Jamal Joseph, and dozens of others, the film is a vibrant
chronicle of this pivotal movement that gave rise to a new revolutionary
culture in America.

 

David Bowie: Five Years

Tues., Feb. 16, 11:00 pm

Encore

 

Trace five pivotal years in the late pop icon’s career: 1971 and the creation
of Ziggy Stardust; 1975 with Young Americans and the Thin White Duke
persona; 1977 and the release of Low and Heroes; 1980 with “Ashes
to Ashes;” and 1983 with the huge commercial success of Let’s Dance.

 

A CHEF’S LIFE

Gettin’ Figgy with It

Wed., Feb. 17, 7:30 pm and 11:30 pm

Encore

 

A Chef’s Life is a cooking and documentary series that takes viewers inside
the life of Chef Vivian Howard, who, with her husband Ben Knight, opens a
fine dining restaurant in her small hometown in Eastern North Carolina. Each
episode follows Vivian out of the kitchen and into cornfields, strawberry
patches and hog farms as she hunts down the ingredients that inspire
her menus. Using a chef’s modern sensibilities, Vivian explores Southern
cuisine, past and present – one ingredient at a time. A celebration of true
farm-to-table food, the series combines the action and drama of a high-pressure
business with the joys and stresses of family life.

 

Gettin’ Figgy with It
Vivian is under the gun to pen an entire book chapter on figs in three days.
The stress inspires a fig and honey bourbon slushie tasting and a fig preserves
session.

 

PBS HAWAII PRESENTS

Canefield Songs: Holehole Bushi

Thurs., Feb. 18, 9:00 pm

Encore

 

In this film, Professor of Anthropology Christine Yano explains, “If we want
to know something of what some of these women’s lives were like…we could do no
better than to listen to their own words, as expressed through song.” The women
that Professor Yano is referring to are Japanese immigrants who worked in
Hawaii’s sugarcane fields in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Through
their canefield songs, or holehole bushi, these women sang about their joys and
sorrows of trying to start life in a new world. Hosted and narrated by ukulele
virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro, the film tells the story of music teacher Harry
Urata, and his efforts to record, preserve and perpetuate these musical oral
histories.

 

Our American Family: The Furutas

Thurs., Feb. 18, 9:30 pm

Encore

 

Through hard work, the Furutas, a Japanese American family in Wintersburg, CA
established a successful goldfish farm, only to have their business devastated
and family separated in the wake of WWII. Following years in an Arizona
relocation camp, their indomitable spirit prevails as they return home and band
together to pursue the American dream a second time.

 

WELL READ

Sarah Vowell: Lafayette in the Somewhat United States

Thurs., Feb. 18, 11:00 pm

New

 

Best-selling author Sarah Vowell discusses her unconventional account of George
Washington’s trusted officer and friend, that swashbuckling teenage French
aristocrat the Marquis de Lafayette.

 

AMERICAN MASTERS

Carole King

Fri., Feb. 19, 9:00 pm

New

 

Delve into the hit singer-songwriter’s life and career from 1960s New York to
the music mecca of 1970s LA to the present. King joins collaborators and family
in new interviews, while rare home movies, performances and photos complete the
tapestry. This year also marks the 45th anniversary of King’s landmark album
Tapestry, which spawned the hits “It’s Too Late,” “I Feel the Earth Move,”
“You’ve Got a Friend” and “So Far Away.”

 

Bluegrass Underground Special

Fri., Feb. 19, 10:00 pm

New

 

Taped 333-feet below ground within Tennessee’s extraordinary Cumberland Caverns,
this music special showcases well-established and emerging artists within the
broad spectrum of Bluegrass, Jam Band, Roots-Rock, Neo-Folk and Americana genres.
Featured artists include Andrew Bird, Vince Gill, Jason Isbell, Widespread Panic,
Lucinda Williams, Lee Ann Womack and others.

 

MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING

Maui, Hawaii

Sat., Feb. 20, 7:00 pm

New

 

This series combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations
for the ultimate dining experience. In the third season of the Emmy-nominated
series, Australian Chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, and across the sea,
traveling to Nashville, Louisville, Miami, San Antonio, Hawaii and other US
locations to meet the best chefs in each area and cook a delicious meal that
incorporates local and seasonal ingredients.

 

Maui, Hawaii
Pete explores, cooks and dines with two of the island’s excellent chefs, 2014
Maui Chef of the Year Isaac Bancaco, and founder of the mobile kitchen Maui
Fresh Streatery Kyle Kawakami. The adventure starts with some off–shore fishing.
Back on shore the team prepares a modern take on a traditional Maui feast at the
spectacular Noho‘ana Farm known for its taro and poi.

 

Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions

What’s Cooking in Rome?

Sat., Feb. 20, 7:30 pm

New

 

Burt visits the Coliseum and discovers that it had a roof that could be pulled
into place during bad weather – 2,000 years before the Houston Astrodome. We
find out why the Pantheon was never broken down for its marble, and take a tour
of the Vatican, St. Peters and the Sistine Chapel.

 

Alice’s Restaurant 50th Anniversary Concert

Sat., Feb. 20, 10:00 pm

New

 

Arlo Guthrie, son of legendary musician Woody Guthrie, reveals the events behind
the writing of “Alice’s Restaurant” – his 18-minute musical monologue that spawned
a platinum-selling record and a full-length motion picture. In this concert, Arlo
performs the song and others from his career, along with anecdotal stories.

 

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS

Tedeschi Trucks Band

Sat., Feb. 20, 11:00 pm

New

 

The Grammy Award-winning group featuring Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks and an
ensemble of musicians showcases their latest record, Let Me Get By.

 

Public Affairs

 

THE OPEN MIND

Sun., Feb. 14, 6:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by Alexander Heffner, this weekly public affairs program is a thoughtful
excursion into the world of ideas, exploring issues of national and public
concern with the most compelling minds of our times.

 

HIKI NŌ

Focus on Generation Z

Thurs., Feb. 18, 7:30 pm

New

 

This special edition of HIKI NŌ highlights some of the best stories from the
winter quarter of the 2015-16 school year. Besides being excellent stories, the
features in this compilation were also selected for how they reflect the values
of Generation Z: people born in 1995 or later. HIKI NŌ students, currently middle
and high schoolers, are part of Generation Z. National surveys show that, in
general, Gen Z-ers are tech-savvy entrepreneurs who are very aware of the world’s
problems and are looking for practical ways to solve them. They are empathetic
to others, socially conscious, tend not be gender or age biased and share an
affinity with senior citizens.

 

The stories featured in this compilation, along with the Gen Z trends they
reflect, are:

 

“A Home for Larenzo” (Waianae Intermediate School – Oahu)

 

A student leader at the Waianae Boys and Girls Club is found to be homeless.

 

Gen Z trend: They are growing up in a post 9/11 world during a recession, with
1 in 4 American children living in poverty.

 

“Science Teacher” (Sacred Hearts Academy – Oahu)

 

A female science teacher at an all-girls school receives national recognition
from President Obama.

 

Gen Z trend: Traditional gender roles are being challenged.

 

“Ukulele Hale” (Mid-Pacific – Oahu)

 

An ukulele virtuoso decides to open his own music school rather than be employed
by someone else’s school.

 

Gen Z trend: Entrepreneurship is in their DNA.

 

“Dog Wheelchair” (Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School – Kauai)

 

An 8th grade girl uses an engineering app to design and build a wheelchair for her
disabled dog.

 

Gen Z trend: They use technology to solve problems.

 

“Deaf Cheerleader” (Maui High School – Maui)

 

A deaf high school student is determined to do everything her hearing peers can
do, including being part of the Junior Varsity cheerleading squad.

 

Gen Z trend: They are empathetic and accepting of differences.

 

“Joe Young” (Kapaa Middle School – Kauai)

 

A retired police officer beats prostate cancer without surgery, radiation, or
chemotherapy. His cure: leading a happy life.

 

Gen Z trend: They have a great affinity and respect for elders.

 

“Iloreta Brothers” (Kapaa High School – Kauai)

 

A young man with Cerebral Palsy and his brother participate in long distance runs
to promote their social awareness campaign called “I Am My Ability, I Am Not My
Disability.”

 

Gen Z trend: They exhibit social entrepreneurship.

 

This edition of HIKI NŌ is hosted by HIKI NŌ alumna, University of Hawaii
at Manoa Communications/Political Science major, and Gen Z-er Shisa Kahaunaele.

 

This program encores Saturday, Feb. 20 at 12:30 pm and Sunday, Feb. 21 at 3:00 pm.
You can also view HIKI NŌ episodes on our website, www.pbshawaii.org/hikino.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII

Life as a Muslim in Hawaii

Thurs., Feb. 18, 8:00 pm

New

 

What is life in Hawaii like for nearly 5,000 Muslims? They come from 42 different
countries and are of different races and cultures. Some of these Muslim faithful
are American-born citizens. This discussion explores the advantages and challenges
of life in Hawaii as they practice their faith.

 

INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAII is a live public affairs show that is also streamed live
on PBSHawaii.org. Your questions and comments are welcome via phone, email, or
Twitter. You may also email your questions ahead of time to
insights@pbshawaii.org or post them to our Facebook page www.facebook.com/PBSHawaii.

 

WASHINGTON WEEK WITH GWEN IFILL

Fri., Feb. 19, 7:30 pm

New

 

For 40 years, WASHINGTON WEEK has delivered one of the most interesting
conversations of the week. Hosted by Gwen Ifill, it is the longest-running
public affairs program on PBS and features a group of journalists participating
in roundtable discussion of major news events.

 

CHARLIE ROSE – THE WEEK

Fri., Feb. 19, 8:00 pm

New

 

This weekly series features the iconic TV anchor’s focus on the events and
conversations shaping this week and the week ahead. Drawing on conversations
from his nightly PBS program and new insightful perspectives from around the
world, it captures the defining moments in politics, science, business,
culture, media and sports.

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP

Fri., Feb. 19, 8:30 pm

New

 

THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is an unscripted forum featuring some of the greatest
political analysts in the nation.

 

Science and Nature

 

NATURE

Raising the Dinosaur Giant

Wed., Feb. 17, 8:00 pm

New

 

Have scientists discovered the biggest animal to have ever walked the planet?
Deep in a South American desert, a giant is being awakened after 101 million
years of sleep. Paleontologists have discovered a giant femur – the largest
dinosaur bone that has ever been unearthed. Another 200 bones from the same
species have also been discovered. Sir David Attenborough guides us through
the remarkable journey of waking the giant as it happens – connecting the dots,
translating the paleo jargon and explaining the revelations using living examples,
other dinosaur discoveries and CGI visuals.

 

NOVA

Iceman Reborn

Wed., Feb. 17, 9:00 pm

New

 

Murdered more than 5,000 years ago, Otzi the Iceman is the oldest human mummy on
Earth. Now, newly discovered evidence sheds light not only on this mysterious
ancient man, but on the dawn of civilization in Europe.

 

NOVA

Ice Age Death Trap

Wed., Feb. 17, 10:00 pm

Encore

 

Racing against developers in the Rockies, archaeologists uncover a unique site
packed with astonishingly preserved bones of mammoths, mastodons and other giant
extinct beasts, opening a window on the vanished world of the Ice Age.

 

DIY

 

ROUGH CUT: WOODWORKING WITH TOMMY MAC

Master Showcase with Paul Schurch

Sat., Feb. 20, 2:00 pm

New

 

Hosted by carpenter, craftsman and educator Tommy MacDonald, the sixth season
of this series offers woodworking enthusiasts the confidence to fulfill their
furniture-making dreams. With help from his friends Al, Eli and Steve and
special guests, Tommy creates bold and inspiring woodworking designs. Tommy
also travels to historic landmarks around the country for inspiration.

 

Master Showcase with Paul Schurch
Tommy travels to sunny Santa Barbara, California to catch up with master
marquetry man Paul Schurch of Schurch Woodwork. Together Tommy and Paul
create a maple and mahogany table with some amazing marquetry inlaid
on top.

 

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE

Sat., Feb. 20, 2:30 pm

New

 

Tom completes a closet by adding a coat rack, shelving and a new door. Scott
replaces a wobbly sconce at a home that was once a church.

 

THIS OLD HOUSE

The Final Countdown

Sat., Feb. 20, 3:00 pm

New

 

The kitchen counters are installed. Tommy builds a columned divider between
the eating area and mudroom. Richard points out the mechanical improvements
in the basement.

 

MARTHA BAKES

Bar Cookies

Sat., Feb. 20, 4:00 pm

Encore

 

Bar cookies are one-pan wonders, delicious and simple to make. Join Martha as
she prepares four different kinds: peanut butter and jelly bars inspired by the
favorite childhood combo; a rich and decadent brownie with a surprise ingredient;
pecan bars with a sticky toffee-like topping; and a healthy fruit and nut
energy bar.

 

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN FROM COOK’S ILLUSTRATED

Chocolate-Caramel Layer Cake

Sat., Feb. 20, 4:30 pm

New

 

Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the perfect
chocolate-caramel layer cake. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews ice cream
scoops. Finally, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best large ice cream
makers and thermometers.

 

JACQUES PEPIN: HEART & SOUL

Julia Remembered

Sat., Feb. 20, 5:00 pm

New

 

Jacques Pépin presents his final series, featuring demonstrations of his impeccable
technique along with candid exchanges between Jacques and his family and friends.

 

Julia Remembered
Jacques takes a stroll down memory lane as he lovingly prepares dishes once enjoyed
with his dear cooking companion Julia Child. Jacques’ retrospective menu begins
with a shucking lesson, the first step towards an oyster chowder with potatoes,
spinach and corn. Jacques then recreates Julia’s classic South of France
eggplant-tomato gratin, a dish with layers of rustic flavors.

 

SIMPLY MING

Jody Adams

Sat., Feb. 20, 5:30 pm

New

 

SIMPLY MING returns for another season of mouth-watering recipes, celebrity
appearances and culinary road trips. Each episode kicks off with a technique
demonstration, followed by two dishes – one prepared by a nationally renowned
guest chef and one by host Ming Tsai. This season focuses on comfort food –
from childhood classics to melting-pot dishes from around the world.

 

Jody Adams
This episode is all about homemade soups, and to stir up some deliciousness,
Ming is joined by his old friend Jody Adams. A James Beard award-winning chef,
Jody makes a flavorful green pea and artichoke soup with two kinds of pesto,
while Ming serves up a real hot and sour soup.

 

 

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