Programming Notes

Written by Holly on Wednesday March 23, 2011

Here are a few notes about upcoming programs...

Wednesday, March 23
10pm -- THE GREENEST BUILDING -- A compelling argument for conservation, rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of existing buildings.
Thursday, March 24
7pm  -- STATELINE #1104 “Behind the Curtain 1” – Behind the scenes at the Oklahoma Aquarium in Jenks, the J.M. Davis Gun Museum in Claremore and the Oklahoma City Philharmonic.
7:30pm  -- GALLERY #909 “Another Hot Oklahoma Night” – This program shines the spotlight on Oklahoma artists who have made major contributions to that uniquely American music genre, rock 'n roll. 
Friday, March 25
10:25pm  -- DOCTOR WHO “End of Time, Part Two” – We’re picking up where we left off before our pledge drive. This episode is the final one with David Tennant. Next Friday, we’ll start airing Series 5 with Matt Smith as The Doctor.
11:45pm -- NO TOMORROW – Since we didn’t have a Movie Club on Saturday, we don’t have a Friday Night Encore tonight. Instead, we’re showing NO TOMORROW from PBS, which investigates the murder of Risa Bejarano, the principal subject of the PBS documentary film AGING OUT from 2005.
Saturday, March 26
How-To Programs – The only series with new episodes that was preempted during the pledge drive was HOMETIME. All of the others were either old episodes that we preempted or we recorded the new episodes and we’re airing them now that the pledge drive is over.
Sunday, March 27
1pm -- OKLAHOMA FORUM – “Capitol Reporters Roundtable” -- State Capitol reporters discuss the latest from the 2011 legislative session.  Guests are: Michael McNutt, The Oklahoman/Newsok.com… Scott Carter, The Journal Record… Sean Murphy, The Associated Press… Michael Cross, KOSU Radio
8pm -- MASTERPIECE CLASSIC “The 39 Steps” -- Set on the eve of World War I, this adaptation of the popular John Buchan adventure novel stars MASTERPIECE favorite Rupert Penry-Jones ("Persuasion") as mining engineer Richard Hannay caught up in a conspiracy following the death of a British spy found in his apartment.