Pipeline Blog


Hello. My name is Holly. I'm part of a team of people who assemble the programming schedule for OETA.

We look at the PBS national schedule, local programs and programs from other stations and distributors. We take in all that information and combine it with Member ballot feedback and viewer suggestions, and at the end of the month, I put together a schedule for each of our four channels.

The following are some notes about upcoming programs, preemptions and other points of interest that viewers might not hear otherwise. I hope you'll find it useful!


Programming Notes -- Week of August 23rd

Written by Holly on Monday August 23, 2010

Monday, August 23

9pm                  CITIZEN ARCHITECT: SAMUEL MOCKBEE AND THE SPIRIT OF THE RURAL STUDIO -- A group of students create striking architecture for impoverished communities in rural Alabama.

Tuesday, August 24

8am                  DINOSAUR TRAIN: UNDER THE SEA – This is a one-hour episode that will preempt SUPER WHY.

glennpool9pm                  THE GLENN POOL STORY -- On a chilly November day in 1905, Robert Galbreath struck oil on the Glenn farm south of Tulsa.  Soon, there were hundreds of oil wells producing so much crude that the land was called the "Glenn Pool" - at the time the greatest oilfield in the nation.  Black gold from this field helped fuel the nation, and brought thousands of people and a new prosperity to Oklahoma.  Using archival photos and rare film clips, this video tells the compelling story of the Glenn Pool's impact on America and how, a century later, the petroleum industry still benefits Oklahoma.

9:30pm             POV “The Edge of Dreaming” -- Scottish filmmaker Amy Hardie has built a career making science documentaries that reflect her rational temperament. When she dreamed one night that her horse was dying, only to wake and find the horse dead, she dismissed the incident as coincidental. Then she dreamed she would die at age 48 -- the next year. When Hardie does get ill, just as the dream predicted, her search takes her to neuroscience experts and finally a shaman.

Wednesday, August 25

8pm                  FRONTLINE “Law & Disorder” -- Behind the enduring images of heroic rescues undertaken by the New Orleans Police Department in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, there is another story of law enforcement in crisis, even out of control. "Law & Disorder," a year-long, ongoing collaboration among FRONTLINE, ProPublica and the New Orleans Times-Picayune, investigates charges that NOPD officers inappropriately used lethal force against New Orleans citizens and then tried to cover up their actions. Airing days before the fifth anniversary of one of the deadliest hurricanes in U.S. history and drawing from reports published in a real-time online investigation, FRONTLINE takes a fresh look at how the NOPD performed when the rules of civilized society collapsed.

9pm                  WASHING AWAY: AFTER THE STORMS -- Five years after hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Louisiana's recovery is far from over. In this new program, a follow-up to 2006's "Washing Away: Losing Louisiana," which revealed the causes and consequences of coastal land lost through the eyes of six individuals living through it, the same six reveal both successes and setbacks as their coastline and culture continue to give way to the Gulf.

 Thursday, August 26

8pm                  GALLERY #806 -- Michi Susan: East Meets West, Wagon Maker: Bill Duncan is an original antique cowboy. (Original Broadcast Date 4/08/08)

8:30pm             STATELINE #806 “Let Me Live” – Organ, tissue and cell donation and transplantation issues in Oklahoma. The state is home to at least 525 souls per day waiting for donations. (Original Broadcast Date 2/06/07)

 Friday, August 27

10:30pm            DOCTOR WHO “The Journey’s End” – This is the final episode in the fourth series. Every universe is in danger as the Daleks activate their master plan to destroy reality itself. The Doctor is helpless, and even his TARDIS faces destruction. The only hope lies with the Doctor's secret army of companions – but as they join forces to battle Davros himself, the prophecy declares that one of them will die. (We will begin airing the “specials” next week that were produced after the fourth series.)

Saturday, August 28

9pm                  OETA MOVIE CLUB – Tonight, BJ will introduce the final two installments of AMERICAN MASTERS’ story of the Warner Brothers, followed by a late-night rebroadcast of Sunday’s MASTERPIECE MYSTERY!

Sunday, August 29

8pm                  MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! “Inspector Lewis, Series III: Counter Culture Blues” -- We return to new episodes of MASTERPIECE tonight... While on a routine disturbance call, Lewis is shocked to encounter a rock star he once idolized, who was believed to have died years ago. Could her sudden reappearance and attempt at a comeback album have any connection to the murder of a young orphan nearby? Joanna Lumley (from “Absolutely Fabulous”) guest stars.

Programming Notes -- Week of August 16th

Written by Holly on Monday August 16, 2010

Monday, August 16

8pm                  HISTORY DETECTIVES #808 – An inscription on a Phoenix rock may prove Spanish explorers came to America earlier than thought. 

9pm                  AUGUSTUS SAINT-GAUDENS: MASTER OF AMERICAN SCULPTURE -- The story of a man considered to be America's premier sculptor of the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Tuesday, August 17

8pm                  CARRIER #107"Rights of Passage" – We preempted #106 "Groundhog Day" last week during primetime hours because of the pledge drive, but it did air in the early morning hours. You can watch the video online here.

9pm                  HISTORY DETECTIVES #807 – This fed last week while we were in our pledge drive. This episode has many historical photos of the Valentine’s Day Massacre that could be disturbing to some. Viewer discretion is advised.

10pm                POV “Salt” – Highlights Murray Fredericks's remarkable photos of Lake Eyre's desolate yet beautiful environment. This film is accompanied by a selection of shorts: Ellen Frick's "A Healing Art" delves into the world of artificial eye makers as they rekindle hope for victims of tragedy; and animated shorts from the Peabody Award-winning oral-history project StoryCorps. These shorts capture the stories of everyday Americans in their own voices.

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7pm                  LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER “South Pacific” -- Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic tale of love and prejudice, "South Pacific" airs live from the Vivian Beaumont Theater. It stars Oklahoma’s own Kelli O’Hara as the US Navy nurse Nellie Forbush who falls for the French plantation owner Emile de Becque (Paulo Szot). The score includes such classic songs as “Some Enchanted Evening,” “Younger Than Springtime,” “Bali Ha’i,” “There Is Nothin’ Like a Dame,” “A Wonderful Guy” and “This Nearly Was Mine.” Lincoln Center Theater’s revival, directed by Bartlett Sher, won seven Tonys.

Thursday, August 19

8pm                  GALLERY #804 – "Singing Fisherman" - On any given morning you can find Mike Crowley on the docks of Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City casting a line and catching a fish… "Lady of Peace" - Photography is her strength, but Cynthia Wolf has a soft spot for pastel.  

8:30pm             STATELINE #805 “Dead or Alive” -- Takes a look at the glamorization of the lawless Indian and Oklahoma territories before and just after the turn of the century. When the terrain of the territories drew the likes of the James Gang, Belle Starr and scores of equally nefarious and infamous outlaws, Oklahoma became known for shootouts and hideouts from border to border. Rugged ranchers and cowboys, accustomed to living off the land, had the skills to easily make the transition into bank and train robbers, cattle rustlers and horse thieves on the run. Although marshalls, bounty hunters, hanging judges and posses eventually caught up to the outlaws, decades passed befor Bill Doolin and other were brought down-before organized law enforcement tamed disorganized crime. 

Friday, August 20

11pm                OETA MOVIE CLUB “Bringing Up Baby” – This premiered on the Saturday before AugustFest, July 30th. Tonight's “Friday night encore” is only a few weeks late.

Saturday, August 21

All of the how-to programs come back to their original timeslots. For more information on programming that was preempted during the pledge drive, click here

9pm                  OETA MOVIE CLUB “American Masters: You Must Remember This: The Warner Brother’s Story” – For the next couple of weeks, BJ will introduce us to the story of the Warner Brothers and their impact on the movie industry. Tonight’s program introduces us to the four brothers who founded their movie studio in 1923 and its early films and stars.

11:10pm            MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! “Inspector Lewis, Series II: Quality of Mercy” – This episode of MYSTERY! originally aired in October 2009. New episodes return Sunday, August 29th. In this episode, the murder of a young actor during a student Shakespeare production unearths a dark secret.

Sunday, August 22

All of the regular Sunday programming returns. For more information on programming that was preempted during the pledge drive, click here.

1:30pm             SECOND OPINION “Stroke Intervention” – Today begins the 6th season of SECOND OPINION. This informative, educational and entertaining medical series shows how doctors make decisions. The discussions include diagnosis, treatment, learning points about medical issues, tension between doctors, humor, education and concrete medical information.

9:30pm             STATE OF CREATIVITY #301 – This episode is about relationships. 

Video Games Live

Written by Holly on Friday August 13, 2010

VGLPBS2aOkay, so you were looking forward to watching VIDEO GAMES LIVE Saturday afternoon, but it's not on. It's yoga instead. Yoga!! Yoga is not the out-of-this-world mashup of gaming and symphony!

Frustrated, you go to the OETA website to figure out what happened and you see this post. 

Here's the scoop... There was a programming change. (It happens.) But you can still see VIDEO GAMES LIVE tomorrow (Sunday August 15th) on OETA's OKLA Channel at 1:30pm. For information on how to get OKLA, click here

Or, if you can wait a couple of months, we will air VIDEO GAMES LIVE on the main OETA channel on October 22nd.

One more (even better) option... If you don't want to wait until October, become a member of OETA by clicking here and you could have your very own copy of the CD, the DVD or both! If you don't do business online, call 800-879-6382 during regular business hours and ask to speak someone in Membership about making a pledge. 

AugustFest Programming Notes -- Week Two

Written by Holly on Tuesday August 10, 2010

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Monday, August 9

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW fans can see a repeat from the Las Vegas show tonight at 1am and Wednesday morning at 4am.

HISTORY DETECTIVES #807 is feeding from PBS tonight. It’s a new episode. We’re recording it and will air it next Tuesday, August 19th at 9pm.

MOMENT OF LUXURY – We will pick up where we left off on Monday, August 23rd.

WRITING OUT LOUD – No new episodes are being produced for this week, but an encore presentation of the Jill Conner Browne episode can be seen many times on OETA OKLA. Check the schedule for more information.

LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE and WAITING FOR GOD – These will return to their regular time slot on Monday, August 16th when AugustFest ends. No episodes will be missed. We’ll pick up where we left off.

Tuesday, August 10

NOVA -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NOVA fans can see the classic episode “Lord of the Ants” on tonight (Wed morning) at 1am and Saturday at midnight.

CARRIER – We’re preempting the sixth episode in this series, but it can be seen Saturday night/Sunday morning, August 15th at 1am.

POV – The episode feeding from PBS is “First Person Plural” from 2005. It can be seen Thursday morning, August 12th at 3am at 6am.

Wednesday, August 11

Programming from PBS varies widely from PBS on Wednesdays. Tonight they are feeding the previously-aired series HUMAN SPARK. All three episodes can be seen at various times in the overnight schedule. Check the OETA schedule for exact dates and times.

Thursday, August 12

PBS isn’t feeding any new programming tonight because stations all over the country are in their pledge drive this week.

THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR – The episode that would have aired tonight is a repeat from earlier in the year. It can be seen at midnight tonight and again at 4am on Saturday morning.

GLOBE TREKKER – We’ll pick up where we left off on August 19th. No new episodes will be missed.

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS – We’re not missing any new episodes. The new season begins in October.

Friday, August 13

NEED TO KNOW – This can be seen at 12:30 tonight, 5:30am tomorrow morning and 4am Sunday morning.

RED GREEN SHOW – We’ll pick up where we left off next Friday, August 20th.

DOCTOR WHO – We’ll pick up where we left off next Friday, August 20th.

Saturday, August 14

SUNUP – This series can be seen several times over the next week on OETA OKLA. Check the schedule for airdates/times. New episodes will begin again on Saturday, August 21st.

QUILT IN A DAY – We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM – We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING – We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

THIS OLD HOUSE – The new season doesn’t begin until October. The episodes that would be seen at 9:30am and Noon are repeats and are therefore preempted during the pledge drive.

PRIMAL GRILL WITH STEVE RAICHLAN – We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN -- We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

OKLAHOMA GARDENING – This series can be seen on OKLA at many different time periods next week. Check the OKLA schedule. We do not have episode descriptions from these producers, so we are unable to determine which segments are new and which are repeats.

VICTORY GARDEN – PBS is currently feeding episodes from previous seasons. For this reason, we are preempting this series during the pledge drive.

MEXICO – ONE PLATE AT A TIME WITH RICK BAYLESS -- We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE -- The new season doesn’t begin until October. For this reason, we are preempting this series during the pledge drive.

HOMETIME -- PBS is currently feeding episodes from previous seasons. For this reason, we are preempting this series during the pledge drive.

NATURE – PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NATURE fans can see the classic episode “Violent Hawaii” on Tuesday, August 17th at 4am, Friday, August 20th at 5am and Saturday, August 21st at 2pm.

NOVA -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NOVA will return to its usual date and time on Tuesday, August 17th.

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW will return to its usual date and time starting Monday, August 16th at 7pm.

OUTDOOR OKLAHOMA -- The producers aren’t making new episodes during our pledge drive. New episodes will begin again on Saturday, August 21st.

RICK STEVES’ EUROPE -- We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

OETA MOVIE CLUB – BJ Wexler will return to the Movie Club basement on Saturday, August 21st and host a special presentation of “You Must Remember This: The Warner Brothers Story” from American Masters.

Sunday, August 15

MOTORWEEK – Unfortunately, this program will be preempted and will not air on any of the OETA channels. It can, however, be viewed online. http://www.mpt.org/motorweek/video/roadtests.shtml

WOODWRIGHT’S SHOP – PBS is currently feeding episodes from previous seasons. For this reason, we are preempting this series during the pledge drive.

OUTDOOR OKLAHOMA -- The producers aren’t making new episodes during our pledge drive. New episodes will begin again on Sunday, August 22nd.

MUSCLE CAR WORKOUT -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW will return to its usual date and time starting Monday, August 16th at 7pm.

NATURE – PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NATURE fans can see the classic episode “Violent Hawaii” on Tuesday, August 17th at 4am, Friday, August 20th at 5am and Saturday, August 21st at 2pm.

NOVA -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NOVA will return to its usual date and time on Tuesday, August 17th.

WASHINGTON WEEK – Sunday afternoon’s episode is a repeat of the episode that airs on Fridays at 7pm. It aired a few times in the overnight and early morning hours on our Main channel over the weekend.

INSIDE E STREET -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

OKLAHOMA FORUM – This series is not produced during our pledge drive. Repeat episodes can be seen on OETA OKLA through this week and next. New episodes will return on Sunday, August 22nd.

THE FUTURE OF NEWS -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

MCLAUGHLIN GROUP – Today’s episode can be seen on OETA OKLA tonight/tomorrow morning at 1am.

RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY -- Today’s episode can be seen on OETA OKLA tonight at midnight and again at 4am.

OKLAHOMA HORIZON -- The producers aren’t making new episodes during our pledge drive. New episodes will begin again on Sunday, August 22nd.

OKLAHOMA GARDENING – This series can be seen on OKLA at many different time periods next week. Check the OKLA schedule. We do not have episode descriptions from these producers, so we are unable to determine which segments are new and which are repeats.

RUDY MAXA’S WORLD -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

RICK STEVES’ EUROPE -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

MY GENERATION -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

NATURE – PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NATURE fans can see the classic episode “Silent Roar: Searching for the Snow Leopard” on Tuesday, August 10th at 4am.

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. MASTERPIECE MYSTERY fans can see the classic episode “Inspector Lewis, Series II, Allegory of Love” tonight at midnight, Tuesday morning at 2am and 5am, Saturday morning at 1:30am and Sunday morning at 2am.

ARE YOU BEING SERVED?, KEEPING UP APPEARANCES, AS TIME GOES BY and FAWLTY TOWERS should air tonight at their usual times. No episodes have been missed. We’ll pick up right where we left off.


AugustFest Programming Notes -- Week One

Written by Holly on Wednesday August 4, 2010

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Hello and welcome to AugustFest!

The dates of this year's AugustFest pledge drive are 8/04 to 8/15. Most PBS stations are holding their pledge drives a week earlier than we are. Since we had election coverage last week, we needed to delay our pledge drive for a few days. We made special efforts not to preempt any new programming from PBS because of this change.

Here are the details for the first week of AugustFest. I've included programs that you would normally see on these nights, when they’ll air again and how you can be sure not to miss a single episode.

 Wednesday, August 4 

PBS isn’t feeding any new programming tonight because stations all over the country are in their pledge drive this week.

 LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE and WAITING FOR GOD – These will return to their regular time slot on Monday, August 16th when AugustFest ends. No episodes will be missed. We’ll pick up where we left off.

Thursday, August 5

PBS isn’t feeding any new programming tonight because stations all over the country are in their pledge drive this week.

THIS OLD HOUSE HOUR – The episode that would have aired tonight is a repeat from earlier in the year. It can be seen at midnight tonight and again at 4am on Saturday morning.

GLOBE TREKKER – We’ll pick up where we left off on August 19th. No new episodes will be missed.

AUSTIN CITY LIMITS – We’re not missing any new episodes. The new season begins in October.

Friday, August 6

NEED TO KNOW – This week’s episode is not “new.” It is an amalgamation of previously-aired segments. It can still be seen at 12:30 tonight, 5:30am tomorrow morning and 4am Sunday morning.

RED GREEN SHOW – We’ll pick up where we left off on Friday, August 20th.

DOCTOR WHO – We’ll pick up where we left off on Friday, August 20th.

Saturday, August 7

SUNUP – This series can be seen several times over the next week on OETA OKLA. Check the schedule for airdates/times. New episodes will begin again on Saturday, August 21st.

QUILT IN A DAY – We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

MARTHA’S SEWING ROOM – We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

BEAUTY OF OIL PAINTING – We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

THIS OLD HOUSE – The new season doesn’t begin until October. The episodes that would be seen at 9:30am and Noon are repeats and are therefore preempted during the pledge drive.

PRIMAL GRILL WITH STEVE RAICHLAN – We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN -- We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

OKLAHOMA GARDENING – This series can be seen on OKLA at many different time periods next week. Check the OKLA schedule. We do not have episode descriptions from these producers, so we are unable to determine which segments are new and which are repeats.

VICTORY GARDEN – PBS is currently feeding episodes from previous seasons. For this reason, we are preempting this series during the pledge drive.

MEXICO – ONE PLATE AT A TIME WITH RICK BAYLESS -- We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

ASK THIS OLD HOUSE -- The new season doesn’t begin until October. For this reason, we are preempting this series during the pledge drive.

HOMETIME -- PBS is currently feeding episodes from previous seasons. For this reason, we are preempting this series during the pledge drive.

NATURE – PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NATURE fans can see the classic episode “Silent Roar: Searching for the Snow Leopard” on Tuesday, August 10th at 4am.

NOVA -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NOVA fans can see the classic episode “Lord of the Ants” on Tuesday night (Wed morning) at 1am.

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW fans can see a repeat of the Las Vegas episode on Monday, August 9th at 5am, Monday night at 1am, and Wednesday morning at 4am.

OUTDOOR OKLAHOMA -- The producers aren’t making new episodes during our pledge drive. New episodes will begin again on Saturday, August 21st.

RICK STEVES’ EUROPE -- We will pick up where we left off on Saturday, August 21st.

OETA MOVIE CLUB – BJ Wexler will return to the Movie Club basement on Saturday, August 21st and host a special presentation of “You Must Remember This: The Warner Brothers Story” from American Masters.

Sunday, August 8

MOTORWEEK – Unfortunately, this program will be preempted and will not air on any of the OETA channels. It can, however, be viewed online. http://www.mpt.org/motorweek/video/roadtests.shtml

WOODWRIGHT’S SHOP – PBS is currently feeding episodes from previous seasons. For this reason, we are preempting this series during the pledge drive.

OUTDOOR OKLAHOMA -- The producers aren’t making new episodes during our pledge drive. New episodes will begin again on Sunday, August 22nd.

MUSCLE CAR WORKOUT -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW fans can see a repeat of the Las Vegas episode on Monday, August 9th at 5am, Monday night at 1am, and Wednesday morning at 4am.

NATURE – PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NATURE fans can see the classic episode “Silent Roar: Searching for the Snow Leopard” on Tuesday, August 10th at 4am.

NOVA -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NOVA fans can see the classic episode “Lord of the Ants” on Tuesday night (Wed morning) at 1am.

WASHINGTON WEEK – Sunday afternoon’s episode is a repeat of the episode that airs on Fridays at 7pm. It aired a few times in the overnight and early morning hours on our Main channel over the weekend.

INSIDE E STREET -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

OKLAHOMA FORUM – This series is not produced during our pledge drive. Repeat episodes can be seen on OETA OKLA through this week and next. New episodes will return on Sunday, August 22nd.

THE FUTURE OF NEWS -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

MCLAUGHLIN GROUP – Today’s episode can be seen on OETA OKLA tonight/tomorrow morning at 1am.

RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY -- Today’s episode can be seen on OETA OKLA tonight at midnight and again at 4am.

OKLAHOMA HORIZON -- The producers aren’t making new episodes during our pledge drive. New episodes will begin again on Sunday, August 22nd.

OKLAHOMA GARDENING – This series can be seen on OKLA at many different time periods next week. Check the OKLA schedule. We do not have episode descriptions from these producers, so we are unable to determine which segments are new and which are repeats.

RUDY MAXA’S WORLD -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

RICK STEVES’ EUROPE -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

MY GENERATION -- We will pick up where we left off on Sunday, August 22nd.

NATURE – PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. NATURE fans can see the classic episode “Silent Roar: Searching for the Snow Leopard” on Tuesday, August 10th at 4am.

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! -- PBS isn’t feeding new episodes during the pledge drive. MASTERPIECE MYSTERY fans can see the classic episode “Inspector Lewis, Series II, Allegory of Love” tonight at midnight, Tuesday morning at 2am and 5am, Saturday morning at 1:30am and Sunday morning at 2am.

ARE YOU BEING SERVED?, KEEPING UP APPEARANCES, AS TIME GOES BY and FAWLTY TOWERS – The british comedies are being preempted on this Sunday night only. They’ll return next Sunday night at their usual times. No episodes will be missed. We’ll pick up right where we left off.