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 4/05 to 4/11
Written by Holly on Friday April 5, 2013
Friday, April 5
7pm ONR -- Lawmakers and members of the dental profession look for ways to insure safety for patients after a Tulsa dentist is accused of exposing his patients with HIV and hepatitis... Workers Compensation is one of the biggest issues this year in the Oklahoma legislature. After several weeks of work, the House and Senate are still trying to reconcile competing versions of a bill to overhaul the state’s system… Women are small in number in the Oklahoma legislature, but they bring a different perspective when it comes to governing… A museum in Lawton keeps alive the memories of the Comanche Code Talkers from World War II… Former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw remembers the Oklahoma City bombing… We discuss the latest news from the state capitol with Shawn Ashley of eCapitol… And, Ted Streuli of The Journal Record reviews the week in business.
9pm PAUL SIMON: LIVE AT WEBSTER HALL, NEW YORK – The singer/songwriter performs "Kodachrome," "Slip Slidin' Away" and more in this intimate concert. This program was created as a pledge program, so the video might not be available for standard purchase.
Saturday, April 6
7:30am SUNUP -- 4-H members from Oklahoma visit with legislators at the state capitol. Plus: Hughes County youth livestock feed out program; grain and cattle market analysis; Mesonet weather; oil filter marking; early calf weaning; OSU Community Field Day; and the 2012 national champion OSU Livestock Judging Team.
10am MARTHA STEWART’S COOKING SCHOOL – The second season begins today. We’ll start a new BBQ series in June.
8pm MICHAEL FEINSTEIN’S AMERICAN SONGBOOK “Showtunes” – This is the first episode of the third season of this series. There are three episodes. “Let’s Dance” and “On the Air” will air the next two Saturdays at 8pm.
Sunday, April 7
12:30pm OKLAHOMA FORUM – “House of Representatives Leadership” -- We discuss the latest news from the Capitol with leaders in the Oklahoma House of Representatives: Rep. Mike Jackson, Speaker Pro Tempore (R) Enid… and Rep. Scott Inman, House Minority Leader (D) Del City
1:30pm OKLAHOMA CAPITOL CONNECTION -- Supt. Janet Barresi - State School Superintendent... and... Rep. Todd Thomsen (R) District 25 - Majority Whip
7pm CALL THE MIDWIFE #202 – Second episode of the new season. If you missed the first one, go here to see it plus all of Season 1!
8pm MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Mr. Selfridge” – Second episode of this new 8-part miniseries. If you missed the first episode, go here to view it online. The episodes will be only one hour in length until the finale on 5/19, which will be 90min in length.
9pm DEFIENT REQUIEM: VOICES OF RESISTANCE – In the face of horrific living conditions, starvation and the threat of deportation to Auschwitz, the Jewish inmates of Terezin concentration camp - artists, musicians, poets and writers - fought back ... with art and music. Led by conductor Raphael Schachter, they re-imagined a Catholic liturgical work, Verdi's Requiem, as a condemnation of the Nazis. Ultimately, they performed for Nazi brass, singing what they dared not say. Six decades later, conductor Murry Sidlin and a new choir take Verdi's Requiem back to Terezin and bring the story of Raphael Schachter's artistic uprising back to life. (90min)
ARE YOU BEING SERVED is preempted this week and next. It will pick back up on 4/21 where it left off.
Monday, April 8
9pm INDEPENDENT LENS “The House I Live in/As I Am” -- The House I Live In": As America remains embroiled in overseas conflicts, a less visible war is taking place at home, costing countless lives, destroying families and inflicting untold damage on future generations of Americans. For over 40 years, the War on Drugs has accounted for 45 million arrests, made America the world's largest jailer and damaged poor communities at home and abroad. Yet for all that, drugs are cheaper, purer and more available today than ever before. This program captures heart-wrenching stories at all levels of America's drug war -- from the dealer to the grieving mother; the narcotics officer to the senator; and the inmate to the federal judge…. "As I Am": This short film floats through South Memphis resident Chris Dean's landscape, revealing the lives that have shaped his world. Poetic and powerful imagery combines with the young philosopher's trenchant observations about life. (120min)
WRITING OUT LOUD will return next week.
Tuesday, April 9
7pm AMERICAN MASTERS “Carol Burnett: Woman of Character” – Examines her career, difficult childhood and the dramatic turn that followed her TV variety show.
8:30pm PIONEERS OF TELEVISION #305 “Carol Burnett & The Funny Ladies” -- Carol Burnett's television comedy career and the funny ladies of TV who joined her are highlighted.
9pm FRONTLINE “Syria Behind the Lines” -- Olly Lambert documents the devastating effect of a religious feud that is shaping Syria's future.
10pm OKLAHOMA CAPITOL CONNECTION -- Supt. Janet Barresi - State School Superintendent... and... Rep. Todd Thomsen (R) District 25 - Majority Whip
10:30pm KEY INGREDIENTS -- Aspects of our complex relationship with food, including economic efficiencies, are explored.
Wednesday, April 10
8pm NOVA “Australia’s First Billion Years” (Part 1 of 4) -- Experts explore bacterial slime, the earliest forms of life, in the red hills of Australia.
9pm THE TRUTH ABOUT EXERCISE WITH MICHAEL MOSELEY -- The new and surprising truths about exercise and why we all respond to it differently
Thursday, April 11
10am COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG ELECTRONIC FIELD TRIPS “The Industrious Tradesmen” – This is the final electronic field trip of the season. It preempts SESAME STREET on this day only.
7pm GALLERY #1305 – The inspirational stories of rappers Little Mike and Funny Bone... and... Soul Bird, the happy art of Skip Hill (PREMIERE)
8pm GLOBE TREKKER “Across America: Route 66 and Beyond” – This is the new 12th season… on a new day… and a new earlier time period!
10pm THE LOST BIRD PROJECT -- This nature documentary follows sculptor Todd McGrain's efforts to memorialize five extinct birds.
Programming Notes 3/29 to 4/04
Written by Holly on Friday March 29, 2013
Friday, March 29
10:30am SID THE SCIENCE KID: THE MOVIE -- A robotic tour guide malfunctions and Sid and Gabriela must save the Super Ultimate Science Museum. This 90min special preempts WORDWORLD and BARNEY & FRIENDS.
7pm ONR -- A bill allowing horse slaughter in Oklahoma is headed to the governor. It’s an emotional issue and one of the most high-profile bills in this year’s legislative session… Horse slaughter is just one of the issues high on the agenda of Oklahoma’s rural legislative caucus. Rural lawmakers speak out about issues important to their constituents... The need for health care is growing. We explore the demand for nurses in Oklahoma and how it is affecting the profession… Oklahoma ranks low in a national study on state-by-state well-being, but steps are being made to improve the state’s standing… A U.S. Supreme Court Justice inspires a new way to teach civics… A home-grown Oklahoma media company preserves its history and that of the state… We discuss the latest news from the state capitol with Shawn Ashley of eCapitol… And, Ted Streuli of The Journal Record reviews the week in business.
9pm LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER “Kristin Chenoweth: The Dames of Broadway” – This premiered on Sunday evening and we’re repeating it in this “Friday night music” timeslot. . LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER episodes only have rights windows lasting one week, so we wanted to get it in again before the rights ran out. If you wish to see AMERICAN MASTERS “Philip Roth: Unmasked,” you'll need either to set your DVR or alarm clock for April 1st at 2am. We’re also trying to carve out some time in primetime in early June, but we don’t have a date or time yet.
Saturday, March 30
7pm SUNUP -- SUNUP demonstrates how to check wheat for freeze damage and looks at fungal disease in wheat. Also: Mesonet weather, Canola College, grain market analysis, twin calves, forestry and beef conferences, comparing deer tracks to wild hog tracks, and crop nutrient deficiencies.
O K L A – GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET “The Tempest” – This fed during our pledge drive. This is the soonest opportunity we've had to air it.
Sunday, March 31 – Easter!
12:30pm OKLAHOMA FORUM – “School Security” -- We discuss findings and recommendations from the Oklahoma Commission on School Security with: Kim Carter, Director, Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security… Eleanor Goetzinger, Behavior Specialist, Oklahoma City Public Schools… Roger Webb, Headmaster, Oklahoma Christian School
1:30pm OKLAHOMA CAPITOL CONNECTION -- Rep. Leslie Osborn (R) District 47… and Sec. Gary Sherrer, Secretary of Environment
6pm THE OTHER HOLY LAND – On this Easter Sunday, we’re replacing the regular HISTORY DETECTIVES with this program that explores the earliest history and growth of Christianity in Asia Minor, now the country of Turkey. HISTORY DETECTIVES will return next week.
7pm CALL THE MIDWIFE #201 – Season Two begins! It's in a different time period than Season One. If you missed this premiere, it will repeat on OKLA Monday night at 7pm and overnight on Main on 4/02 at 2am and 5am.
8pm MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “Mr. Selfridge” – This is a new 8-part miniseries starring Jeremy Piven. You'll never look at department stores the same way again.
Monday, April 1
8pm KIND HEARTED WOMAN #101 -- Part One of an unforgettable portrait of Robin Charboneau, a 32-year-old divorced single mother and Oglala Sioux woman living on North Dakota's Spirit Lake Reservation. This series follows Robin over three years as she struggles to raise her two children, further her education and heal herself from the wounds of sexual abuse she suffered as a child. Robin's battles in tribal court with her ex-husband for custody of the children, even after he is convicted of abusive sexual contact with his daughter, illuminates how serious this problem is on the reservation. Her quest to heal her family, find a man worthy of her love, build a career and fulfill her goal of returning to her reservation to help prevent the abuse of women and children, takes her on an intimate and inspiring journey full of heartbreak, discovery and redemption. (2 hours)
Tuesday, April 2
8pm KIND HEARTED WOMAN #102 – Part two of last night’s program. (3 hours)
Wednesday, April 3
7pm THE PEOPLE’S BUSINESS – Live call-in program that will air each Wednesday night at 7pm until late May. This pushes NATURE to 10pm for the next few weeks.
8pm NOVA “Ancient Computer” -- An ancient Greek device in a 2,000-year-old shipwreck turns out to be the world's first computer.
9pm EAT, FAST AND LIVE LONGER WITH MICHAEL MOSLEY -- The new science that suggests the ancient idea of fasting can lead to a healthier life is explored. The next few weeks will have other “Michael Mosley” episodes.
10pm NATURE “What Plants Talk About” -- An astonishing landscape where plants eavesdrop on each other and talk to their allies is revealed.
Thursday, April 4
7pm BACK IN TIME #201 “Gangster Road” -- The 1920’s and 30’s were a time of bathtub gin and jazz, but in Oklahoma, it was also a time of bootleggers, outlaws, and gangsters. Charles “Pretty Boy” Floyd of Akins was a farm boy who fell in with the wrong people and turned to a life on the run robbing banks. George “Machine Gun” Kelly was transformed by an ambitious wife from a common thug into a kidnapper on J. Edgar Hoover’s “Public Enemies” list. Kate “Ma” Barker raised her sons in Tulsa, five bad boys that went from petty crime to a spree of robberies, kidnappings and murder. OETA’s award winning documentary series Back in Time looks beyond the legends to examine why the state is so attractive to outlaws and how with the help of newspapers and radio, they captured the imagination of the people along Oklahoma’s Gangster Road.
9pm DOC MARTIN “Uneasy Lies the Head” -- Martin struggles to deal with the news of Louisa's pregnancy and meets her strange Headmaster.
10pm WATER PRESSURES -- American college students explore a model of water conservation and community cooperation in India.
BBC World News America
Written by Holly on Thursday March 28, 2013
Due to a 12-hour strike by the National Union of Journalists in the United Kingdom, tonight’s episode of BBC WORLD NEWS AMERICA at 5pm will not be produced. Instead, BBC will feed (and we will air) this week’s episode of BBC NEWSNIGHT, which usually only airs on OKLA.
A crawl will run at the top of the program saying: “Due to a strike at BBC News, we are presenting a new episode of BBC Newsnight. Thank you.”
This will not affect any other BBC programs on any of our other channels.
We have been told that BBC WORLD NEWS AMERICA will return tomorrow at the usual time.
Programming Notes 3/22 to 3/29
Written by Holly on Thursday March 21, 2013
Friday, March 22
9pm From Dust to Dreams: Opening Night at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts -- Neil Patrick Harris hosts the opening night concert at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas. The concert stars Jennifer Hudson, Willie Nelson, Martina McBride, Joshua Bell, Mavis Staples, Merle Haggard, Pat Monahan (from Train), John Fogerty, Carole King and a company of Broadway stars that includes Brian Stokes Mitchell. The program is produced by George Stevens Jr. and Michael Stevens ("The Kennedy Center Honors).
RED GREEN and OETA MOVIE CLUB will return next week.
Saturday, March 23
7:30am SUNUP -- SUNUP travels to Carter County to examine the wild hog problem in Oklahoma and offer solutions for landowners. Also: Mesonet weather, Nitrogen application to manage cow pox in wheat, livestock and grain markets,, sheer bolts, cow-calf management and the Oklahoma Beef Quality Summit.
11:15pm MASTERPIECE CONTEMPORARY “Page Eight” – This is a repeat episode that aired the Sunday before Festival.
7pm GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET #702 “Otello” – This fed in late February, right before Festival. We’re just now able to air it. “The Tempest” airs next Saturday on OKLA.
Sunday, March 24
1:30pm OKLAHOMA CAPITOL CONNECTION -- Sen. Brian Bingman (R) District 12, President Pro Tempore… and … Sen. Sean Burrage (D) District 2, Democratic Leader
7pm LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER “Kristin Chenoweth: The Dames of Broadway: All of ‘Em” – Broken Arrow native, Kristin Chenoweth has made her mark on the Broadway stage, in television and in film. Her "American Songbook" concert for Lincoln Center includes some of her most celebrated work in every genre, creating a night at once intimate and archetypally all-American. (This repeats next Friday, March 29th at 9pm.)
8pm MASTERPIECE CONTEMPORARY “Song of Lunch” – This is a repeat episode from last season. MASTERPIECE CLASSIC comes back next week for the 8-week miniseries “Mr. Selfridge.” Yay!
9pm KEEPING UP APPERANCES CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1993 -- Hyacinth buys tickets for a holiday cruise on the QE2, looking forward to making acquaintances with the better class of person that one meets in such circumstances. Little does she know that Onslow has won tickets for that very same trip.
Monday, March 25
10:30am SID THE SCIENCE KID: THE MOVIE -- A robotic tour guide malfunctions and Sid and Gabriela must save the Super Ultimate Science Museum. This 90min special preempts WORDWORLD and BARNEY & FRIENDS. It will repeat this Friday 10:30am.
8pm 180 DAYS: A YEAR INSIDE AN AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL (Part 1) -- This series takes viewers on a uniquely intimate journey through a year in the lives of students, teachers and school leaders in one Washington, DC public high school. The series is framed by volatile national and local politics aimed at reforming this most fundamental of public institutions, but the lives at the center of "180 Days," most especially those of the five students whose stories take the viewer from the day 1 to day 180, seem at once deeply impacted by and yet profoundly separate from the "Race to the Top."
Tuesday, March 26
7pm TAVIS SMILEY REPORTS “Education Under Arrest” -- This program looks at the efforts by those on the frontlines of juvenile justice reform and what programs are successful in breaking the school-to-prison pipeline. Tavis Smiley travels to Washington state, Louisiana, Missouri and California, meeting the educators, law enforcement, judges, youth advocates and the at-risk teens themselves who are working together to get kids out of the juvenile justice system, back into high school and through to graduation.
8pm 180 DAYS: A YEAR INSIDE AN AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL (Part 2)
10pm OKLAHOMA CAPITOL CONNECTION -- Sen. Brian Bingman (R) District 12, President Pro Tempore… and … Sen. Sean Burrage (D) District 2, Democratic Leader
10:30pm IN HER POWER – Empowerment expert Helene Lerner encourages women to believe in themselves and pursue their dreams.
Wednesday, March 27
7pm THE PEOPLE’S BUSINESS – Live call-in program that will air each Wednesday night at 7pm until late May. On most Wednesdays, this will push NATURE to 10pm. Tonight, however, NATURE is on at midnight so that we can bring you three hours of special NOVA programming. NATURE can be seen Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 10am.
8pm NOVA “Meteor Strike” -- Scientists hunt for debris and clues to the origin and makeup of a meteor that landed in Russia.
9pm NOVA “Hunting the Elements” (2 hours) – Enter the world of weird, extreme chemistry on a quest to unlock the secrets of the elements.
Thursday, March 28
10pm SECRETS OF HIGHCLERE CASTLE – Back by popular demand! Good news for castle fans... SECRETS OF HENRY VIII’S CASTLE is coming on June 30th.
Friday, March 29th
10:30am SID THE SCIENCE KID: THE MOVIE -- A robotic tour guide malfunctions and Sid and Gabriela must save the Super Ultimate Science Museum. This 90min special preempts WORDWORLD and BARNEY & FRIENDS.
9pm LIVE FROM LINCOLN CENTER “Kristin Chenoweth: The Dames of Broadway: All of ‘Em” – This is a repeat from Sunday evening (because it’s Kristin!). AMERICAN MASTERS “Philip Roth: Unmasked” can be seen April 1st at 2am.
Festival 2013 Preemptions
Written by Holly on Friday March 1, 2013
It's Festival time! A time to see some exciting new specials and a time to renew your membership with OETA! (Clicking that "Pledge Now" button at the top will do the trick.)
You probably have some favorite programs that you won't get to see for a while during the pledge drive. We understand that can be disappointing and sometimes frustrating. The following is a list of our most popular programs and an idea of when they're coming back (and whether you're missing anything while they're gone).
Fridays, March 1, 8 and 15
ONR (not preempted) -- Topics covered in the March 1st episode are: Sequestration kicked in on March 1st, forcing automatic across-the-board cuts in the federal budget. We discuss the reasons for the budget impasse and its effect with Oklahoma U.S. Representative Tom Cole… America’s middle class is shrinking. A trend that began decades ago is now spiking and Oklahomans are feeling the pressure... Osage County landowners blame the Bureau of Indian Affairs for pollution and environmental hazards… It’s Your Government - consolidation of five state agencies into the Office of Management and Enterprise Services created one big agency and cut costs… As the rural population declines, small town grocery stores are struggling to survive… Home remedies – quick cures that really work… Remembering an Oklahoma actor who was a star in movie and television westerns… We discuss the latest news from the state capitol with Shawn Ashley of eCapitol… And, Ted Streuli of The Journal Record reviews the week in business.
WASHINGTON WEEK – Can be seen/recorded on Sunday mornings at 4am. Returns to its regular time period on 3/22.
NOW ON PBS -- Can be seen/recorded on Sunday mornings at 4:30am. Returns to its regular time period on 3/22.
RED GREEN – Returns on 3/29. No episodes are being skipped.
DOCTOR WHO – Returns on 3/22. No episodes are being skipped. We have the rights to the next season, but they are not being made available to us until the Fall of 2013.
OETA MOVIE CLUB – Returns on 3/29 with “Eight Men Out”
Saturdays, March 2, 9, and 16
MARKET TO MARKET – Preempted – Current and archive episodes can be seen on the Iowa Public Television website: http://www.iptv.org/mtom/.
SUNUP – Airs many times through the week on OKLA. Returns on Main on 3/23.
QUILTING ARTS – Returns on 3/23. No episodes are being skipped.
SEWING WITH NANCY – Returns on 3/23. No episodes are being skipped.
PAINT THIS WITH JERRY YARNELL – Returns on 3/23. No episodes are being skipped.
MARTHA STEWART’S COOKING SCHOOL -- Returns on 3/23. No episodes are being skipped.
AMERICA’S TEST KITCHEN -- Returns on 3/23. No episodes are being skipped.
OKLAHOMA GARDENING – Airs many times through the week on OKLA. Returns to Main on 3/23.
GARDEN SMART -- Returns on 3/23. No episodes are being skipped.
MEXICO-ONE PLATE AT A TIME -- Returns on 3/23. No episodes are being skipped.
THIS OLD HOUSE – Returns on 3/23. No episodes are being skipped.
ASK THIS OLD HOUSE -- Returns on 3/23. No episodes are being skipped.
HOMETIME -- Returns on 3/23. No *new* episodes are being skipped. New episodes return on 4/06.
MOYERS & COMPANY – During the pledge drive, MOYERS can be seen on Monday mornings at 5am.
OKLAHOMA NEWS REPORT – Can be seen on Fridays at 7pm and on OKLA.
OETA MOVIE CLUB – Returns on 3/23 with “Eight Men Out.”
Sunday, March 3, 10 and 17
RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY – Will air in its usual timeslot during the pledge drive! Woo hoo!
MOTORWEEK – Preempted during Festival. Full episodes can be seen on their website: http://www.motorweek.org/
WOODWRIGHT’S SHOP – Returns on 3/24. No episodes are being skipped.
OUTDOOR OKLAHOMA – Airs many times through the week on OKLA. Returns to Main on 3/24.
TRACKS AHEAD – Returns on 3/24. No episodes are being skipped.
WASHINGTON WEEK -- Can be seen/recorded on Sunday mornings at 4am. Returns to its regular time period on 3/22.
OKLAHOMA FORUM – Repeat episodes will air many times through the week on OKLA. Returns with new programs on 3/24.
MCLAUGHLIN GROUP – Preempted on Main during Festival. Airs on OKLA on Sunday nights/Monday mornings at 1:30am. Full episodes can also be seen on the website: http://www.mclaughlin.com/
OKLAHOMA CAPITOL CONNECTION -- Repeat episodes will air many times through the week on OKLA. Returns with new programs on 3/24.
OKLAHOMA NEWS REPORT -- Can be seen on Fridays at 7pm and on OKLA.
OKLAHOMA HORIZON -- Airs many times through the week on OKLA. Returns to Main on 3/24. Full episodes are also available on their website: http://www.okhorizon.com/
OKLAHOMA GARDENING -- Airs many times through the week on OKLA. Returns to this time slot on Main on 3/24.
SMART TRAVELS WITH RUDY MAXA – Returns on 3/24. No episodes are being skipped.
RICK STEVES’ EUROPE -- Returns on 3/24. No episodes are being skipped. New pledge specials are airing throughout the pledge drive.
MASTERPIECE CLASSIC – Returns on 3/31 with “Mr. Selfridge.” A MASTERPIECE CONTEMPORARY episode airs on 3/24 with “The Song of Lunch.”
British Comedies – The Sunday night British comedies will return on 3/17 at their usual times.
Mondays, March 4 and 11
5:30pm NIGHTLY BUSINESS REPORT – Starting tonight, NBR is produced by CNBC (rather than NBR Worldwide). For more information, please go to the NBR website.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW – Returns to the regular schedule on 3/18. No new episodes are skipped.
MARKET WARRIORS -- Returns to the regular schedule on 3/18. No new episodes are skipped.
INDEPENDENT LENS -- Returns to the regular schedule on 3/18. No new episodes are skipped.
THE MIND OF A CHEF -- Returns to the regular schedule on 3/18. No new episodes are skipped.
WRITING OUT LOUD – Repeats can be seen on OKLA through the week. Returns to the regular schedule on 3/18. No new episodes are skipped.
LAST OF THE SUMMER WINE -- Returns to the regular schedule on 3/18. No episodes are skipped. I promise.
Tuesdays, March 5 and 12
Regular Tuesday evening programming returns on 3/19.
Wednesdays, March 6 and 13
NATURE, NOVA and GLOBE TREKKER return to their regular times on 3/20. No new episodes are being skipped.
Thursdays, March 7 and 14
STATELINE – No new episodes in March. Repeat episodes air many times on OKLA throughout the week.
GALLERY – No new episodes in March. Repeat episodes air many times on OKLA throughout the week.
THIS OLD HOUSE – New episodes are being recorded as they feed to us from PBS. We’ll air them in order following the pledge drive. If you just can’t wait, the new episodes continue to air in the overnight hours.
DOC MARTIN – New episodes are airing during the pledge drive!! Thursdays at 9pm! Don’t miss it!