Programming Notes -- 7/05 to 7/11
Written by Holly on Friday July 5, 2013
Friday, July 5
7pm ONR -- A consultant’s report advises taking federal dollars to provide greater access to affordable health care… Key water supplies for farmers and communities in southwestern Oklahoma are dangerously low, as the drought shows no end in sight… A report on Oklahoma’s children shows the state is making progress, but the economic outlook for many of their parents remains bleak… Interest costs on college loans are doubling for the poorest students, and Oklahoma’s high loan default rate figures to go up… We examine how veterans adjust to life after the military and handle the memories of war… And, M. Scott Carter of The Journal Record reviews the week in business.
DOCTOR WHO – If all goes according to plan. The new episodes of DOCTOR WHO will begin on October 4th.
O K L A – 8:30pm -- THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA IN PERFORMANCE: BOULEZ CONDUCTS MAHLER
Saturday, July 6
7:30am SUNUP -- SUNUP joins a group of Israeli millers, bakers and wheat buyers learning about OSU's wheat improvement program. Also: grain market analysis, drought recovery, evapotranspiration trends, cattle nutrition, grasshoppers, drill bits, haying native grass and the 120th harvest of the Magruder Plots winter wheat experiment.
O K L A – 2:30pm – GREAT PERFORMANCES AT THE MET “Les Troyens”
Sunday, July 7
12:30pm OKLAHOMA FORUM – “Water Rights” -- We discuss the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in a water dispute between Oklahoma and a Texas water district and the future of water rights in Oklahoma with: Gary McManus, Associate State Climatologist, Oklahoma Climatological Survey… M. Scott Carter, Reporter, The Journal Record… Joe Wertz, Reporter, StateImpact Oklahoma… Marguerite Chapman, Associate Professor of Law, University of Tulsa College of Law
7pm SECRETS OF ALTHORP – THE SPENCERS -- The brother of Diana, Princess of Wales, gives a personal tour around the Spencer family's manor. (If all goes according to plan, this series of “Secrets of” that are airing on Sunday nights will repeat on Thursday nights starting in October.)
8pm MASTERPIECE MYSTERY “Endeavor: Girl” -- Rookie Constable Endeavour Morse investigates the the sudden death of a young secretarial student.
9:30pm FOUND CAUSES -- All of the episodes and more information about the featured organizations can be found here: http://www.foundcauses.com/episodes.php
Last Sunday (6/30) was the last broadcast of VICAR OF DIBLEY on OETA. AS TIME GOES BY will take its place in the month of July. And then DOC MARTIN fills the 11pm timeslot starting in August.
Monday, July 8
9pm POV “Herman’s House” -- An art project focuses on prisoner Herman Wallace who has been in solitary confinement for 40 years.
Tuesday, July 9
7pm LEWIS & CLARK: THE JOURNEY OF THE CORPS OF DISCOVERY – This is part 1. The final part airs next week in this same time period, 7pm-9pm on Tuesday.
9pm FRONTLINE “Two American Families” -- Two families in Milwaukee - one black, one white - work hard to keep from sliding into poverty.
9:30pm FORD HUNGER MARCH -- In Detroit, Michigan during the great depression, Dave Moore was a hungry young black man without work. In 1932 when over three thousand people protested against the Ford Motor Company to appeal for jobs, Dave Moore marched with them and witnessed the brutality that caused five deaths. Dave continued to suffer through the depression until he joined the Civilian Conversation Corps and was sent to serve at Camp Baldwin, Michigan.
Wednesday, July 10
8pm SECRETS OF THE DEAD “The Ultimate Tut” -- New insights into how Tutankhamen died and how the the Egyptian Pharaoh was buried are revealed.
9pm THE HORSEMEN COMETH -- Follows air show pilots who are members of the world's only P-51 Mustang formation aerobatic team.
Thursday, July 11
7pm STATELINE #1501 – “Storm Center” – STATELINE looks into the creative mix of federal and state agencies and students that make up Norman’s Storm Center. (Premiere)
9pm DOC MARTIN “Cats and Sharks” -- Martin plans to leave Portwenn to resume his career as a surgeon after his baby's christening.
10pm KATMAI: ALASKA'S WILD PENINSULA -- Filmmaker John Grabowska reveals a cloud-cloaked landscape, the wilderness of the Alaska Peninsula.
10:30pm REINDEER QUEEN -- Profiles "Sinrock Mary" Antisarlook, the Arctic's wealthiest woman during the Alaska Gold Rush.