Programming Notes 7/22 to 7/28
Written by Holly on Friday July 22, 2011
Friday, July 22
7pm OKLAHOMA NEWS REPORT -- Topics discussed in this week's episode include... After 39 years, an Oklahoma family finds justice in a case against a multi-national energy company... Oklahoma’s largest Indian tribe faces another election for principal chief… Treating cancer through a holistic approach… Religious scholars travel to Oklahoma to learn the secrets of the Bible… Sustainability is the word for Oklahoma farmers… And, a hands-on introduction to Okie Noodling.
Saturday, July 23
7:30am SUNUP – Looks in to the dangers of using drought-damaged corn as silage or hay for livestock. Also, pond maintenance during drought, summer crop insects, Mesonet weather, cattle mortality protocol, grain market analysis, fan mister construction and turfgrass installation at the new Cowboy football practice fields.
10am PRIMAL GRILL – Our audience really seem to like this series. We started airing them when the series was in its third year of production. Because of its popularity, we've obtained the broadcast rights to the first two seasons. They start today with Episode One.
Sunday, July 24
12:30pm OKLAHOMA FORUM – “Journalistic Ethics and the British Phone Hacking Scandal” -- Oklahoma journalists analyze the British phone hacking scandal engulfing Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp and its impact on the American newspaper industry, with guests: Joe Worley, Executive Editor of The Tulsa World… Kelly Dyer Fry, Editor of The Oklahoman and Vice President for the OPUBCO Communications Group… Charles Self, PhD, Director of the Institute for Research and Training at the University of Oklahoma Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication… Terry Clark, PhD, Director of the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame and Professor of Journalism at the University of Central Oklahoma
9:30pm TREASURES OF THE GILCREASE “Charles Russell: Western Story Teller” – Charles Russell remains one of the most significant American artists of the early 20th century. His depictions of cowboys, American Indians, historical figures and Western fauna are among the most well-known portrayals of the late 19th and early 20th century Western experience. Copies of this program can be purchased through the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa.
Tuesday, July 26
8pm FRONTLINE “The Pot Republic” -- The country's oldest, largest and most wide-open marijuana market is investigated in California. This is a *new* episode.
9:30pm POV “Mugabe and the White African” -- This program, much of which was filmed clandestinely, tells an alarming story from one of the world's most troubled nations. In Zimbabwe, de facto dictator Robert Mugabe has unleashed a "land reform" program aimed at driving whites from the country through violence and intimidation. One proud "white African," however, has challenged Mugabe with human rights abuses under international law. The courage Michael Campbell and his family display as they defend their farm -- in court and on the ground -- makes for a film as inspiring as it is harrowing.
Thursday, July 28
7pm STATELINE #502 “Missing Pieces” – Looks at two of the state's most widely publicized, and arguably, most frustrating cold cases. In both, suspects were charged and taken to court. In both, the suspects walked away from court, but were escorted back to prison on previous convictions. In both, the truth died when the suspects died in prison. Decades have passed since those case files collected the first dust mote. (Original Broadcast Date: 10/16/03)
7:30pm GALLERY #1201 “Drawn in Detail/Rocking Horse Dreams” – GREG BURNS "DRAWN IN DETAIL": Ink drawings of landmark areas around Oklahoma… ROCKING HORSE DREAMS: Jackie Wilson, wood artist (Original Broadcast Date: 7/14/11)