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					July 10, 2008


Jerold L. Jacobs, Esq.
Cohn and Marks LLP
1920 N Street, N.W. Suite 300
Washington, D.C. 20036-1622

Dear Mr. Jacobs,

      This is to inform you that a copy of the Quarterly Issues / Program Topic
Report for WDCP-TV covering the period from April 1, 2008 through June 30, 2008 is
attached and has been filed in our Public Files.

      Children’s Educational and Informational Programming is listed at the end of
the report with a summary of hours dedicated to this topic in compliance with the
Children’s Television Act of 1990. Also at the end of this report is a brief description
of each of our Local Productions which address local community issues and
concerns.

      If you have any questions, please contact me by phone at
1-989-686-9348 or by e-mail: josephyezak@delta.edu.

Sincerely,


Joseph T. Yezak
Programming Manager, WDCQ/WDCP
                                WDCP
QUARTERLY PROGRAM TOPIC REPORT
         Report Covering 4/01/2008 through 6/30/2008
                        Prepared and Filed 7/10/2008
           by Joseph T. Yezak, Programming Office, WDCQ/WDCP



               This report is a sampling of programs that were aired
 from April 1, 2008 through June 30, 2008 that significantly addressed specific
                                      topics.


       In addition to a sampling of alphabetical topical listings, at the end of this
document is also a listing of educational and informational needs of children
programming and local programming designed specifically for our viewing
audience to address community issues. Many of the programs listed aired
more than once but only the primary airing is listed. Copies of the April, May
and June 2008 Programming Newsletters are also attached which are a brief
listing of the monthly program schedules.




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QPTR Category: Aging
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Category:      Aging
NOLA:          CFYP 000000
Series Title: Caring for Your Parents                 Version: SD-Base        Length: 120
Airdate: 4/2/2008 9:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
As the population ages, many adult children are grappling with an unprecedented social, cultural, economic, and
personal revolution as they transition into the primary caregiver role for their aging parents. Caring for Your
Parents is a moving film that draws much-needed attention to this universal reality, underscoring today's
struggle to keep parents at home, tensions between siblings, and the complexity of shifting caregiver roles
through an intimate look at five American families. In the end, the documentary contends successful caregiving
requires one primary ingredient--love.

Category:     Aging
NOLA:          RREV 000102
Series Title: Retirement Revolution             Episode Title: On Our Own                   Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/7/2008 10:00 PM/502                Service: PBS          Format: Other
This episode continues exploring the challenges baby boomers face today and teaches viewers to assume
personal responsibility - so they'll be able to plan for retirement on their own terms.

Category:      Aging
NOLA:          NBRT 028041
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/12/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Alan Skrainka, Chief Market Strategist at
Edward Jones; Credit Crunch May Be Easing But The Recession Is Only Beginning; 2nd Quarter Low Profits
But High Expectations; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Your Retirement Lifestyle; "Commentary"-
Corn Ethanol May Not Be A Healthy Choice.

Category:     Aging
NOLA:          MLNH 009137
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:06:26
Justices Back Workers in Race, Age Discrimination Suits: The high court sided Tuesday with employees -- one
at a Cracker Barrel restaurant, one a postal worker -- who sought to file lawsuits after facing retaliation for
complaining about race and age discrimination. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal examines the cases.

Category:     Aging
NOLA:         NBRT 028051
Series Title: Nightly Business Report            Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/26/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Get Ready for Retirement; Figuring Out The Financials; The Experts Offer Their Opinions On The Best Road
To Retirement; When Will You Be Ready To Retire?; Social Security Strategies.



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Category:      Aging
NOLA:           RREV 000101
Series Title: Retirement Revolution            Episode Title: Hazards and Vicissitudes         Version: SD-Base
Length: 60             Airdate: 5/25/2008 3:00 AM/500                Service: PBS           Format: Other
This episode illustrates the origins of retirement and how it has evolved over the past several decades, from the
Depression era, the birth of Social Security and Medicare to today's climate of economic uncertainty and what it
means for baby boomers' financial futures.

Category:      Aging
NOLA:          MLNH 009141
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:59
Researchers Examine Impact of Exercise on Aging: Scientists have coined a new term -- geroscience -- to
describe research that aims to slow down aging and delay the onset of age-related diseases like Alzheimer's and
Parkinson's. Researchers are studying the underlying genetic causes of aging and effects of exercise.

Category:      Aging
NOLA:          NBRT 028061
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 6/9/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Slide As The Dollar Picks Up Strength; The Air
Force Works To Recruit Alternative Fuel Sources; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Relocating in
Retirement; "Commentary"-Repairing the Housing Crisis.

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QPTR Category: Agriculture
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Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:          BMJL 001201
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal
Version: SD-Base
Length: 60
Airdate: 4/12/2008 2:00 AM/500
Service: PBS
Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
David Beckmann - Bread for the World: Bill Moyers talks with the president of Bread for the World about the
challenges of combatting hunger; EXPOSÉ - Cash Cows and Starter Cowboy Kits: BILL MOYERS JOURNAL
teams up with the PBS series EXPOSÉ: AMERICA'S INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS to follow the trail of
Washington Post reporters who uncovered more than $15 billion in "wasteful, unnecessary, or redundant
expenditures" that have flowed from Washington to America's farmers; Hunger in America: Why are America's
food banks suffering shortages? Find out what you can do to help.




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Category:     Agriculture
NOLA:          INLE 000920
Series Title: Independent Lens              Episode Title: King Corn         Version: SD-Base
Length: 90        Airdate: 4/17/2008 3:00 AM/500           Service: PBS      Format: Documentary
KING CORN examines the corn-growing industry and the various products that are made with corn as
filmmakers Curt Ellis and Ian Cheney raise corn on an acre of land in Iowa.

Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:           COSE 014078
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base                Length: 60
Airdate: 4/16/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, about his book
"Common Wealth." Then, a conversation with author Richard Price about his book "Lush Life."

Category:       Agriculture
NOLA:            MLNH 009113
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 4/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:09:10
As Food Prices Soar, U.N. Calls for International Help: The head of the U.N. Food and Agriculture
Organization urged help Wednesday for countries affected by a global food crisis caused by sharp increases in
the prices of rice and wheat. Experts discuss the causes and consequences of high food prices.

Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:          NBRT 028027
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/22/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Flow Closer To A New Record High; Commodities
Chaos Has Farmers Crying Foul; Stock Dividends Are Diminishing; Interbrand CEO Andy Bateman Shares
The Findings of His Company's Green Survey; "Of Mutual Interest"-Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for
"Money" Magazine and Author of "Your Money and Your Brain;" "Last Word"-Sunchips Go Green.

Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:          MLNH 009120
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:08:37
Growing Hunger in Malawi Stirs Food Aid Debate: Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the debate over the benefits
of providing cash or crops to recipient nations. He also looks into the growing effects of domestic farm law on
world food markets.

Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:          MLNH 009129
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:08:36
Congress Passes $290 Billion Farm Bill Despite White House Opposition: Amid global concerns over food
prices, the Senate approved a $290 billion dollar farm bill Thursday with enough support to overcome a


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threatened presidential veto. A reporter outlines facets of the bill and its implications for U.S. food and
agriculture policy.

Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:          NBRT 028042
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/13/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Wal-Mart's Happy Face May Not Smile Through The Summer;
"Green Options: Fuel"-Hybrid Corn; Kiva President Premal Shah, Says Farmers And Crops Are Still Coming
In; "Commentary"-Colombia FTA.

Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:          MLNH 009138
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 5/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:07:38
Report Documents Climate Change Impact on U.S.: A recently released government report describes the impact
global climate change is already having on U.S. farms, wildlife, forests and water supplies. One of the report's
lead authors discusses its findings.

Category:       Agriculture
NOLA:           MLNH 009142
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:44
Concerns Over Immigration Crackdowns Lead U.S. Farms to Recruit in Mexico: In response to fears that
stricter enforcement of immigration laws will create a shortage of farm workers, the U.S. agricultural industry
has headed to Mexico to recruit temporary -- and legal -- migrant workers. Jeffrey Kaye of KCET-Los Angeles
reports on the farm industry's recruitment attempts and worker shortfalls.

Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:           MLNH 009147
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:08:58
Salmonella Concerns Prompt Widespread Tomato Recalls: Concerns over salmonella contamination have led
the FDA to issue nationwide health warnings for tomatoes. This in turn has led to many vendors recalling or
prohibiting the use of tomatoes in their products. A food safety journalist discusses the tomato health scare.

Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:          NBRT 028065
Series Title: Nightly Business Report            Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/13/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks In The News; Gas Prices Pump Up Consumer Prices; Corn Prices Continue
To Pop As Flood Waters Rise; Commuters Resort to the Rails As Gas Prices Rise; "Market Monitor"- John
Hughes, President of Quantum Capital Management; "Commentary"-The Rules Of Doing Business Overseas.




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Category:     Agriculture
NOLA:         MLNH 009155
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base            Length: 60           Airdate: 6/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:08:27
Iowa Floods Wreak Havoc on Farming Communities: After heavy rains triggered massive flooding in Iowa,
some farms were completely submerged, causing heavy crop and livestock losses. Elizabeth Brackett reports on
how one Iowa farmer is coping with the damage.

Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:          MLNH 009158
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:11:33
Florida Seeks to Expand Everglades from Sugar Farmland: Florida agreed to buy almost 300 sq. miles of
farmland north of the wetlands from a U.S. Sugar company for $1.75 billion. The tentative deal will expand and
restore the Everglades, a key U.S. ecosystem, and relieve the sugar company from its financial bind.

Category:      Agriculture
NOLA:          NBRT 028076
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/30/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with John Kilduff, Energy Analyst at MF Global;
Jittery June Ends Along With Optimism For The Third Quarter; The Crop Report Harvests Good News For The
Agriculture Markets; Second Quarter Wrap With Sam Stovall, Chief Investment Strategist at Standard & Poor's
Equity Research.


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QPTR Category: Alcohol, Drug Abuse
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Category:     Alcohol, Drug Abuse/Addiction
NOLA:          AMEX 001912
Series Title: American Experience
Episode Title: Summer of Love                  Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/24/2008 1:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
In the summer of 1967, thousands of young people from across the country flocked to San Francisco's Haight-
Ashbury district to join in the hippie experience, only to discover that what they had come for was already
disappearing. By 1968 the celebration of free love, music, and an alternative lifestyle had descended into a
maelstrom of drug abuse, broken dreams, and occasional violence.




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QPTR Category: American History/Biography
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Category:        American History/Biography
NOLA:            AMEX 000601
Series Title: American Experience                Episode Title: Amelia Earhart
Version: SD-Embedded Promo              Length: 60      Airdate: 4/7/2008 9:00 PM/502
Service: PBS             Format: Documentary
Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, and the first to cross the North American
continent alone. Her exploits as an aviator, her beauty and intelligence, her independence and charm made her a
national heroine. Seemingly invincible, Earhart tirelessly traveled and lectured, a champion of aviation and
equal opportunity for women. But her cheering public didn't know the cost of her courage. The record-breaking
flights, the aerial exhibitions and races, the interviews to support her favorite causes, the endless speeches and
promotional commitments, together with household responsibilities, health problems, and financial worries,
combined to push Earhart to the point of exhaustion. In 1937, she set out to accomplish yet another first: to
circle the earth along the equator on an east-west flight. Friends warned that her preparations were hurried, even
careless. When her plane disappeared without a trace, the "First Lady of the Air" was instantly transformed into
an American legend.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           AMEX 002008
Series Title: American Experience             Episode Title: Walt Whitman
Version: SD-Embedded Promo                    Length: 120
Airdate: 4/15/2008 1:00 AM/500                Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
To family and friends, Walter Whitman Jr. may have been just an old bachelor but with his book, Leaves of
Grass, he offered up his poetry and his persona as a reflection of the America he saw; daring, noble, naive,
brutish, sexual, frightening and flawed. This film tells Whitman's life story, from his working-class childhood,
to his years as a newspaper reporter in Brooklyn, to his reckless pursuit of the attention he craved for his work.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          AMMS 002009
Series Title: American Masters            Episode Title: Zora Neale Hurston: Jump at the Sun
Version: SD-Embedded Promo                Length: 90
Airdate: 4/10/2008 1:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
A profile of Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960), author of such acclaimed works as "Their Eyes Were Watching
God" and "Dust Tracks on a Road."

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          COSE 014070
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base       Length: 60
Airdate: 4/4/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS                    Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Tom Brokaw, John Hope Franklin, Rep. James Clyburn and Dr. Beverly Tatum discuss the Life and Legacy of
Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 40th anniversary of his assassination.




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Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           COSE 014074
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base     Length: 60
Airdate: 4/10/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS                Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management. Then, a conversation with actress
Helen Mirren about her book "In the Frame: My Life in Words and Pictures."

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           COSE 014077
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base      Length: 60
Airdate: 4/15/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Cokie Roberts, Contributing Senior News Analyst for National Public Radio about
her book "Ladies of Liberty: The Women Who Shaped Our Nation." Then, a conversation with dancer and
photographer Mikhail Baryshnikov.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           FRON 002608
Series Title: Frontline | Bush's War           Version: SD-Base      Length: 150
Airdate: 4/5/2008 9:00 PM/502          Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
Part 1 of 2. A history of the Iraq War that features both new and archival reporting, beginning in the year
following 9/11, when the Bush administration was discussing the idea of ousting Saddam Hussein's regime.
Included: divisions within the administration on the matter; what role the UN should play; whether intelligence
linking Hussein to Al Qaeda could be trusted.

Category:     American History/Biography
NOLA:          INLE 000919
Series Title: Independent Lens              Episode Title: Water Flowing Together
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/10/2008 3:00 AM/500
Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
WATER FLOWING TOGETHER offers an intimate portrait of a remarkable dancer, Jock Soto, who retired
from the New York City Ballet at age 40, after a 24-year career. Soto's journey as an openly gay man of Navajo
Indian and Puerto Rican descent provides a rare glimpse into the life of a dancer and the disparate worlds which
have shaped this important artist.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          MLNH 009099
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The                  Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/3/2008 7:00 PM/502              Service: PBS
Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:22
Dems Drawn-out Primary Creates Concerns for General Election: With Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack
Obama locked in a hard-fought -- and lengthy -- battle for delegates, the race for the Democratic nomination is
pushing forward. Presidential historians discuss what past elections show about the impact of protracted
primary races.




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Category:     American History/Biography
NOLA:          MLNH 009100
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The              Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/4/2008 7:00 PM/502          Service: PBS
Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:08:16
40 Years After MLK's Assassination, A Look Back: Forty years ago, civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King Jr.
was assassinated on his hotel balcony in Memphis. Judy Woodruff looks back on that fateful day in American
history.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           MLNH 009102
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The              Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/8/2008 7:00 PM/502         Service: PBS
Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:09:16
Newsman Roger Mudd Reflects on 'Glory Days of Television News': In his new book, "The Place to Be",
veteran television news journalist and former NewsHour correspondent Roger Mudd describes more than 20
years working in the Washington bureau of CBS News and assesses the future of the television news business.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:            MOLA 000000
Series Title: Morgan Lacrosse Story; The Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/6/2008 3:00 AM/500           Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
This film tells the story of the nation's first and only college lacrosse team at a historically black institution.
When a young white administrator reluctantly accepted the position of head lacrosse coach at Morgan State
University a six-year journey began. Underscored by the Native American roots of the game, THE MORGAN
LACROSSE STORY is a sports story like no other.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          TASM 001367
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/3/2008 12:30 AM/500 Service: PBS                  Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
From Memphis, Rev. Samuel "Billy" Kyles, pastor of Monumental Baptist Church, reflects on how witnessing
Dr. King's assassination has impacted his life. Also, former Memphis sanitation worker Taylor Rogers describes
what Dr. King's support and presence meant to the workers' strike.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          TASM 001368
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/4/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
From the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, actor-activist Harry Belafonte describes how he first met
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who would become one of his closest friends.




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Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          TASM 001369
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/5/2008 12:30 AM/500 Service: PBS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former SCLC Education Director Dorothy Cotton explains the role sexism played in the organizations of the
civil rights movement. Dr. King's former attorney-speechwriter and author of "What Would Martin Say,"
Clarence B. Jones, shares what he believes Dr. King would say about the man who killed him.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          TASM 001370
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 4/8/2008 12:30 AM/500 Service: PBS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Ending a week of shows in Memphis and in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr., Georgetown University professor Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and Princeton University professor
Dr. Cornel West discuss Dr. King's lasting legacy.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          USSW 000000
Series Title: USS Wisconsin: The Last Battleship Version: SD-Base          Length: 30
Airdate: 4/13/2008 3:30 AM/500 Service: PBS                 Format: Documentary
This documentary tells the story of the USS Wisconsin, defining its unique place in history and profiling the
courageous men who went to war on its decks. This history of the vessel includes archival footage of the USS
Wisconsin in action, and features interviews in which sailors from three wars reminisce about their combat
experiences.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          AMEX 002007
Series Title: American Experience           Episode Title: Roberto Clemente                Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/21/2008 9:00 PM/502            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Baseball great Roberto Clemente's talent and inimitable style drew legions of fans, but as this AMERICAN
EXPERIENCE production reveals, he was more than an exceptional baseball player. He was also a committed
humanitarian who challenged racial discrimination and worked for social justice.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           COSE 014084
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/24/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with George Shultz. Schultz served as the United States Secretary of Labor from 1969 to
1970, as the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury from 1972 to 1974, and as the U.S. Secretary of State from 1982 to
1989. Then, a conversation with Former Congressman Charlie Wilson (D-TX), best known for leading
Congress into supporting the largest-ever CIA covert operation, which supplied the Afghan mujahideen during
the Soviet war in Afghanistan and subject of the recent film starring Tom Hanks, "Charlie Wilson's War."




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Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          MLNH 009108
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 4/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:54
Retracing Roots with 'The African-American National Biography:' Renowned African-American writers Henry
Louis Gates Jr. and Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham discuss their latest joint project, 'The African-American
National Biography'.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:            NOVA 003212
Series Title: NOVA                Episode Title: Sinking the Supership         Version: SD-Base
Length: 60           Airdate: 5/1/2008 5:00 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
In April 1945, the largest battleship ever built set out on the ultimate suicide mission. With its crew of 3,000,
Battleship Yamato, the pride of Japan's fleet, sailed to a solo confrontation with the 1500-strong United States
Navy. Attacked by a swarm of U.S. dive bombers, the battleship sank within minutes. A NOVA team discovers
the wreck and retells the Yamato's extraordinary saga through the eyes of the few Japanese crew who survived
the sinking and are still living today. State-of-the-art CGI animation shows viewers what the colossal battleship
was like in all its glory at the time of its launching. The program opens a dramatic perspective on the great age
of battleships and why it ended so abruptly with the Yamato's disastrous sinking.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:            ADIR 000000
Series Title: Adirondacks; The                Version: SD-Embedded Promo                    Length: 120
Airdate: 6/16/2008 9:00 PM            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
On six million acres in upstate New York, the Adirondack Park is by far the largest park in the lower 48 states.
Its land is divided almost evenly between protected wilderness and privately owned tracts creating a pattern of
ownership that maintains a delicate relationship between progress and preservation. Through the perspectives of
several characters, this program explores the history, seasonal landscape and current state of the Adirondacks.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:            AMEX 000701
Series Title: American Experience | FDR
Episode Title: The Center of the World/Fear Itself             Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 120             Airdate: 6/2/2008 9:00 PM              Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
"The Center of the World" explores Roosevelt's family background and education, looking for clues to the
coddled rich child's ascent to political success. It follows him from his very first run for political office as New
York state senator through his years in Washington as assistant secretary of the navy, as he pursues the highest
office in the land. This segment also tells the story of FDR's courtship of his distant cousin, Eleanor Roosevelt,
and their troubled marriage, including FDR's affair with Eleanor's social secretary, Lucy Mercer. The affair,
which nearly ended the marriage, encouraged Eleanor to embrace a life of her own and become politically
active. The second segment, "Fear Itself," begins with Roosevelt's bout with polio at age 39 and follows his
relentless struggle to rehabilitate his body and his seemingly moribund political career, and to teach himself to
appear to walk. The section also paints a portrait of Eleanor Roosevelt as she makes a life of her own,
developing her own political skills while keeping her husband's name before the public through her involvement
in reform causes. A remarkable sequence of events leads FDR back from despair to win his party's nomination
as president of the United States. Catapulted into the White House, a man who could not walk begins to lead a
country crippled by the Great Depression.


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Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:            AMEX 002009
Series Title: American Experience | George H.W. Bush                     Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 120         Airdate: 5/5/2008 9:00 PM                  Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
The latest in a series of critically-acclaimed presidential portraits, this biography examines the life and career of
our 41st president, from his service in World War II and early career in Texas to his days in the Oval Office.
Drawing upon personal diaries and interviews with his advisors and critics, the film will also explore Bush's
role as the patriarch of a political family whose influence is unequaled in modern American life. Part 1 of 2.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:            AMEX 002010
Series Title: American Experience | George H.W. Bush                     Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 90              Airdate: 5/6/2008 9:00 PM/502          Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
The latest in a series of critically-acclaimed presidential portraits, this biography examines the life and career of
our 41st president, from his service in World War II and early career in Texas to his days in the Oval Office.
Drawing upon personal diaries and interviews with his advisors and critics, the film will also explore Bush's
role as the patriarch of a political family whose influence is unequaled in modern American life. Part 2 of 2.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           AMMS 000305
Series Title: American Masters              Episode Title: Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/7/2008 10:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
This documentary follows Franklin's unmatched musical career, from her early years as a gospel singer, to her
climb to the top of the pop and rhythm and blues record charts. Franklin's magical presence comes to life
through excerpts from three decades of performances. The film includes interviews with Whitney Houston, Ray
Charles, Smokey Robinson, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and record producer Jerry Wexler.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:            AMMS 002102
Series Title: American Masters                  Episode Title: Marvin Gaye: What's Going On
Version: SD-Embedded Promo                      Length: 60               Airdate: 5/7/2008 9:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
His standing among the most enduring 20th-century American musical artists is without question, yet his story
is rarely told beyond the tragic circumstances of his death. Enormously talented and equally complicated, Gaye
created an intimate style - full of honesty, integrity, vulnerability - and, essentially, gave the world his
autobiography in lyrics and melody. "The Wonderful One," "The Trouble Man," "The Prince of Soul" - he was
the Motown star who challenged and changed the face of black music, embodying its evolution from roots in
gospel, jazz and rhythm and blues to sophisticated pop and sexually, politically charged soul. Extensive
performance footage and insight from Mary Wilson, Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight, Mos Def, among many
others, capture the tone and texture of a career that still leaves an indelible mark on the musical landscape.




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Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           MLNH 009122
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:06:49
Mildred Loving, Key Figure in Civil Rights Era, Dies: In 1967, the Supreme Court ruled in the case of Loving
v. Virginia that laws against interracial marriage were unconstitutional. Mildred Loving, a black woman
married to a white man, had been prosecuted under one such Virginia law in 1958 and challenged it in the high
court. Loving died in early May at the age of 68.

Category:     American History/Biography
NOLA:         MLNH 009127
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 5/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:08:34
Pop Artist Robert Rauschenberg Dies at 82: American artist Robert Rauschenberg died Monday at age 82.
Jeffrey Brown looks back at the life and work of the acclaimed pop artist.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           PRFR 000000
Series Title: Price of Freedom; The                  Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/7/2008 2:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Documentary
Despite the brutal ordeal of being a prisoner, many POWs saw their capture as a personal failure and carried
their silent burden for decades. THE PRICE OF FREEDOM is an award-winning film that tells the tale of seven
WWII veterans and how they have come together to restore their self-esteem. Intelligent and heartfelt, this is an
inspiring film sure to resonate with viewers across America, especially soldiers and veterans of all conflicts.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          TASM 001390
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/6/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Acclaimed writer Tobias Wolff explains the meaning behind the title of his latest book, "Our Story Begins," and
how listening to stories has become a lost art. Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina, chair of Dartmouth's English
department, shares the backstory of her nonfiction book, "Mr. and Mrs. Prince: How an Extraordinary
Eighteenth Century Family Moved Out of Slavery and Into Legend."

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          TASM 001395
Series Title: Tavis Smiley         Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/13/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Actor-director-author Henry Winkler describes how he discovered that he was dyslexic. Time magazine's
Richard Zoglin, author of "Comedy at the Edge," explains how stand-up comedy in the late '70s changed
America.




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Category:        American History/Biography
NOLA:            ZORA 000000
Series Title: Zora's Roots            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/2/2008 5:00 AM/500                Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Documentary
This program examines the life of author and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston. The film follows Hurston,
best known for her novel, "Their Eyes Were Watching God," to the subtropical paradise that shaped her
childhood and her life's work - where she returned again and again for inspiration and solace. This documentary
tells her story through the people who knew her and the places and events that she brought to the world through
her writing.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           AMEX 000702
Series Title: American Experience | FDR
Episode Title: The Grandest Job in the World/The Juggler               Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 150         Airdate: 5/19/2008 9:00 PM/502             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
The first segment, "The Grandest Job in the World," focuses on the first two terms of Roosevelt's presidency
and explores the central paradox of his presidency: that a man of privilege came to be a hero to a vast and varied
coalition of ordinary Americans and a villain to members of his own social class. The episode moves inside the
Oval Office to show FDR's response to the massive problems posed by the Great Depression, and out to the
heartland to document how his programs and personal style - ebullient, risk-taking and surprisingly cunning -
restored hope to Americans who had lost hope. This section also looks at how FDR engineered the "splendid
deception" that hid the extent of his physical disability from the American people and how his relationship with
his wife affected both his personal and political life. The last section, "The Juggler," is devoted to the wartime
years, using FDR's remarkable correspondence with Winston Churchill to chart the calculated and even devious
path by which the American president maneuvered support for England before he led his country through the
greatest war in history. This segment also traces FDR's management of the war, including his growing personal
ties to Churchill and his relationship with Stalin and the Soviet Union, and explores Eleanor's attempt to
convince him to maintain the principles of the New Deal, despite the pressures of war.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           AMEX 001001
Series Title: American Experience | Truman                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 150
Airdate: 5/25/2008 9:30 PM/502                Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
He was a farmer, a businessman gone bankrupt, an unknown politician from Missouri who suddenly found
himself president. Of all the men who had held the highest office, Harry Truman was the least prepared. But he
would prove to be a surprise. The first night of "Truman" recounts his early struggles and failures as a young
adult, and his undying determination to have an accomplishment to call his own. Truman's success as an army
captain during World War I gave him the confidence to marry his lifelong sweetheart, Bess, and begin his path
into the world of politics. When he landed the vice presidency with FDR in 1944, he had no idea that his world
was about to change forever.

Category:     American History/Biography
NOLA:         AMEX 001002
Series Title: American Experience | Truman                 Version: SD-Base              Length: 120
Airdate: 5/26/2008 9:00 PM/502               Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
After Harry Truman's unlikely rise to the presidency, he would face some of the biggest crises of the century.
Truman would end the war with Germany; use the atomic bomb against Japan; confront an expanding Soviet
Union; and wage war in Korea -- all while the woman he adored, his wife Bess, refused to stay in the White


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House and play the role of First Lady. On the homefront, Truman was the first president to tackle civil rights
issues for blacks -- a move that would prove controversial when campaigning for his second term. His
unpredictable win over Thomas Dewey in the presidential elections of 1948 proved to Truman that he had
finally separated himself from FDR's shadow. However, his second term brought another war and battles with
Congress to pass health care and civil rights legislation. Exhausted after his second term, Truman relinquished
the presidency and retired to Independence, Missouri, where he lived as a popular and well-loved citizen. In
later years, he would receive recognition for all his accomplishments and come to be admired as a gritty
American original.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           COSE 014100
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 5/16/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, U.S. Army (Ret.). Then, an appreciation of artist Robert
Rauschenberg who died on May 12, 2008 of heart failure, on Captiva Island in Florida.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:            COSE 014104
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/22/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the HBO film "Recount" with Kevin Spacey, Jeffrey Toobin, Senior Legal Analyst at
CNN and David Boies. Then, a conversation with author Garry Wills about his latest book "What the Gospels
Mean." Finally, an appreciation of Hamilton Jordan, who died on May 20, 2008 from mesothelioma. He was an
American political advisor and strategist best known as Chief of Staff to President of the United States Jimmy
Carter.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          COSE 014106
Series Title: Charlie Rose         Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/26/2008 11:30 PM/503           Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with Ted Sorensen, Author and Former Aide to President Kennedy.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           COSE 014108
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/28/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, an appreciation of filmmaker Sydney Pollack who died of cancer on May 26, 2008 at the age of 73. Then,
an appreciation of marketing executive Chuck Fruit who died at the age of 61 after suffering a sudden heart
attack. He was a board member for Gannett Co. Inc., president of Gardner Williams Consulting LLC and
chairman of the National Kidney Foundation for the past two years.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           COSE 014109
Series Title: Charlie Rose             Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/29/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the film "Sex and the City" with actor Sarah Jessica Parker and executive
producer/director Michael Patrick King. Then, a conversation with author and journalist Martha Sherrill about
her book "Dog Man: An Uncommon Life on a Faraway Mountain."


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Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           MLNH 009132
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60              Airdate: 5/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:11:13
Marathon 2008 Primary Season Makes History: For Democrats, the 2008 primary season has been the longest
in recent memory, with no shortage of upsets, talk of momentum, and states defying parties to hold primaries
earlier than ever. Three historians discuss the significance of 2008's lengthy primaries.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           NCNT 002008
Series Title: National Memorial Day Concert                    Version: SD-Base                Length: 90
Airdate: 5/25/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS            Format: Event Coverage
Hosted by Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna, this annual Memorial Day concert from the National Mall features a
mix of dramatic readings, documentary footage and live musical performances, along with an all-star line-up of
dignitaries, actors and musical artists. This year, the event will pay special tribute to the veterans of World War
II, Korea and Vietnam and the sacred war memorials built in their honor in Washington, DC. Actor and
decorated World War II veteran Charles Durning will also be recognized for his bravery and sacrifice as part of
the "greatest generation," who stepped forward in a time of need. The valor of the country's newest veterans will
be honored as well through an examination of the bonds that buddies form on the battlefields of Iraq.

Category:     American History/Biography
NOLA:         OSMD 000000
Series Title: Osmond 50th Anniversary Reunion; The                 Version: SD-Pledge Event
Length: 120          Airdate: 5/11/2008 7:00 PM            Service: PBS-SIP           Format: Event Coverage
"Osmond-mania" reigns in this concert special, recorded in Las Vegas at the Orleans Hotel Showroom. All
seven Osmonds reunite to perform many of their best-selling hits. Video clips and historic photos are presented
around many of the performances. The program includes cameo appearances by celebrity guests, including
Andy Williams.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           PASL 000000
Series Title: Prince Among Slaves              Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/30/2008 2:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
"Prince Among Slaves" is the inspiring true story of an African prince who survived 40 years of enslavement in
America before finally regaining his freedom. Winner of the Best Documentary at the 2007 American Black
Film Festival, the film tells the compelling story of Abdul Rahman, an African Muslim prince, through feature-
film styled re-enactments directed by Andrea Kalin and Emmy-Award-winner Bill Duke; contemporary
artworks, archival letters and diaries; and on-camera interviews with distinguished scholars and experts.
Narrated by actor and hip-hop artist Mos Def, "Prince Among Slaves" is based on Dr. Terry Alford's biography
of the same name.




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Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           RREV 000101
Series Title: Retirement Revolution            Episode Title: Hazards and Vicissitudes          Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/25/2008 3:00 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Other
This episode illustrates the origins of retirement and how it has evolved over the past several decades, from the
Depression era, the birth of Social Security and Medicare to today's climate of economic uncertainty and what it
means for baby boomers' financial futures.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           SEDE 000501
Series Title: Secrets of the Dead             Episode Title: The Hunt for Nazi Scientists       Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/23/2008 5:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
The Hunt For Nazi Scientists tells the dramatic, untold story of the race to capture Germany's top scientists
during the dying days of World War II and is filled with real-life accounts of the secret raids, rare archival
footage, vivid eye-witnesses testimonies, visits to the hidden technological hideaways of the Nazis, and the
exploration of a technological legacy that played itself out well into the Cold War and the race for space.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          TASM 001404
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/27/2008 12:30:00 AM/500            Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Barnard sociologist Jonathan Rieder, author of "The Word of the Lord is Upon Me," describes the artistry and
the humorous side of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Grammy-winning jazz artist Earl Klugh talks about teaching
guitar as a young man in Detroit; he also performs a track from his new CD.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           TASM 001409
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/31/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Prolific singer-songwriter Carole King discusses 50 years in the business, creating her own record label and her
take on good music. She also gives a special performance of a classic track from her award-winning album,
"Tapestry."

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           TBJL 002902
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal            Episode Title: Slavery's Biggest Secret
Version: SD-Base               Length: 30              Airdate: 5/18/2008 11:30 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Was the first colony to give legal recognition to the institution of slavery a northern or southern state? The
answer to that question is one of many surprising facts about the history of slavery in America. Journalist Anne
Farrow, co-author of "Complicity: How the North Promoted, Prolonged, and Profited from Slavery," exposes
the role of the North in the growth of slavery in America.




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Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           AMEX 001803
Series Title: American Experience | Las Vegas: An Unconventional History
Episode Title: Las Vegas               Version: SD-Base             Length: 90
Airdate: 6/6/2008 10:00 PM             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
With its well-heeled mobsters and glamorous showgirls, fantastical mega-casinos and dazzling displays of neon,
Las Vegas is the world's most famous monument to reckless abandon and unbridled excess. Produced to
coincide with the city's 100th anniversary, this AMERICAN EXPERIENCE film traces the often surprising,
endlessly entertaining history of the country's most outrageous playground: from its beginnings as a remote
frontier way station to its Depression-era incarnation as the "Gateway to the Hoover Dam"; from its mid-
century heyday as the gangster metropolis known as "Sin City" to its recent renaissance as the fastest growing
city in the United States. The program features interviews with well-known Las Vegas insiders - Steve and
Elaine Wynn, Brian Greenspun - as well as everyday citizens in search of the American dream in this
corporately financed desert fantasyland. Michael Murphy narrates. Part 1 of 2.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           AMEX 001804
Series Title: American Experience | Las Vegas: An Unconventional History
Episode Title: Las Vegas               Version: SD-Embedded Promo                  Length: 90
Airdate: 6/13/2008 10:00 PM                   Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
With its well-heeled mobsters and glamorous showgirls, fantastical mega-casinos and dazzling displays of neon,
Las Vegas is the world's most famous monument to reckless abandon and unbridled excess. Produced to
coincide with the city's 100th anniversary, this AMERICAN EXPERIENCE film traces the often surprising,
endlessly entertaining history of the country's most outrageous playground: from its beginnings as a remote
frontier way station to its Depression-era incarnation as the "Gateway to the Hoover Dam"; from its mid-
century heyday as the gangster metropolis known as "Sin City" to its recent renaissance as the fastest growing
city in the United States. The program features interviews with well-known Las Vegas insiders - Steve and
Elaine Wynn, Brian Greenspun - as well as everyday citizens in search of the American dream in this
corporately financed desert fantasyland. Michael Murphy narrates. Part 2 of 2.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           COSE 014118
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 6/11/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, Interview Magazine Celebrates Andy Warhol with Marc Jacobs, Stephanie Seymour, Peter Brant and
Glenn O'Brien. Then, a conversation with author Tom Wolfe.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          COSE 014120
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 6/13/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
An appreciation of Tim Russert with fellow journalist and friend Al Hunt. Russert died of an apparent heart
attack on June 13, 2008.




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Category:     American History/Biography
NOLA:          INLE 000924
Series Title: Independent Lens              Episode Title: Writ Writer          Version: SD-Base
Length: 60            Airdate: 6/5/2008 3:00 AM/500              Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
WRIT WRITER reveals a little-known battle of the Civil Rights Movement, led by an indigent, under-educated
prisoner. Texas-born, Mexican American Fred Cruz came of age and found his life's calling in prison, where the
sanctioned cruelty and brutality among inmates and guards moved him to fight the state prison system in the
court of law.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           INLE 000925
Series Title: Independent Lens                 Episode Title: The Cool School                    Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/12/2008 3:00 AM/500                Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
For a decade - 1956 to 1966 - the Ferus Gallery was the catalyst of a nascent modern art scene, grooming
idealistic beatniks into competitive, often-brilliant artists. It also helped to solidify the careers of many of New
York's shining stars including: Lichtenstein, Warhol and Johns. What was lost and gained is a complex web of
egos, passions, money and art.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           MANE 000000
Series Title: Magic Never Ends: The Life and Work of C.S. Lewis; The                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/8/2008 10:00 PM                 Service: PBS-PLUS              Format: Documentary
Children's writer, Christian apologist, Oxford don, scholar and a man considered by many to be the greatest
Christian writer of the 20th century, C.S. Lewis was the author of 38 books, none of which has ever been out of
print. This program profiles Lewis' life in considerable detail: his childhood in Northern Ireland and the
devastating loss of his mother, the profound impact of World War I on his belief system, his acclaimed
academic career at Britain's prestigious Oxford and Cambridge Universities, his transition from atheist to
Christian and his late-in-life-marriage to American Joy Davidman. Oscar winner Sir Ben Kingsley narrates.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          MLNH 009141
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short            Length: 60           Airdate: 6/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:05:42
Remembering Designer Yves Saint Laurent: Yves Saint Laurent died on Sunday, aged 71, leaving behind a rich
legacy of iconic work and groundbreaking change in the world of fashion.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          MLNH 009143
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short             Length: 60               Airdate: 6/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:12:12
Obama Breaks Political Ground En Route to Nomination: Sen. Barack Obama claimed victory Tuesday in the
Democratic nominating battle, poising himself to become the first black presidential candidate to compete in a
general election for a major political party. Historians and analysts discuss Obama's history-making moment.




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Category:     American History/Biography
NOLA:         MLNH 009150
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60          Airdate: 6/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:16:41
Shields, Brooks Mull Campaigns, Reflect on Russert's Life: Analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks weigh
campaign news as the race between Barack Obama and John McCain gains steam, and they reflect on the career
of NBC's Tim Russert, who died Friday from an apparent heart attack.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           NOVA 003305
Series Title: NOVA             Episode Title: The Ghost Particle              Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/3/2008 9:00 PM/501              Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
The cosmos has a secret ingredient: a swarm of invisible particles that fills every cubic inch of space. Trillions
of them zip through our bodies but we don't notice a thing. Yet without these ghostly, mysterious particles
known as neutrinos, the sun wouldn't shine and the elements that make up our world wouldn't exist. NOVA tells
the 70-year struggle of scientists to understand them, a tale of atom spies, secret laboratories, and mind-
boggling disappearances. This is the story of a discovery that shatters scientists' understanding of what the
universe is made of, and could bring us closer than ever to understanding how the universe was first formed.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           TASM 001412
Series Title: Tavis Smiley                  Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/5/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Bertie Bowman, the longest-serving African American on the U.S. Capitol Hill staff, reflects on how he was
able to keep friendships with senators who were staunch segregation proponents.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          TASM 001414
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/7/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former National Security Advisor Richard Clarke describes the impact political appointees in government posts
have on America's security. "The Best Game Ever" author Mark Bowden discusses the role racial
discrimination played in the NFL in the early days.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:            TASM 001416
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/11/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In part one of a two-part conversation, Oscar-winning actor and best-selling author Sidney Poitier describes his
first experiences with American racism and explains the lesson that he wants to pass along to his granddaughter
in his latest book, "Life Beyond Measure."




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Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           TASM 001417
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/12/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In part two of a two-part conversation, Sidney Poitier, acclaimed actor and author of "Life Beyond Measure:
Letters to My Great-Granddaughter," shares the story of what his mother's visit to a soothsayer revealed about
his future and tackles the question of the purpose of his life.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           WWIR 004750
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/13/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The Supreme Court rocks the house, and the candidates hurl rocks at each other, this week on Washington
Week. The Supreme Court rules that terror suspects at Guantanamo can challenge their detention in federal
court - a big decision with legal and political implications. Pres. George W. Bush responded, "We'll abide by
the court's decision. That doesn't mean I have to agree with it." Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) said, "It's a
vindication for those of us who argued from the beginning that it was unwise as well as unconstitutional." But
everything has political implications this year, as former Hillary Clinton backers switch sides. Standing beside
Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and his wife, Gov. Strickland said, "You're seeing here today in Columbus, Ohio,
the next president and the next first lady." And as the two candidates spar over everything from taxes to gas
prices, to presumed guilt by association. Obama said, "The centerpiece of John McCain's economic plan
amounts to a full-throated endorsement of George Bush's policy." And also this week, a remembrance of our
friend and colleague Tim Russert. Covering the week, Linda Greenhouse of the New York Times, Karen
Tumulty of Time magazine, Juliet Eilperin of the Washington Post, and David Wessel of the Wall Street
Journal.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           AMEX 001201
Series Title: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
Episode Title: ELEANOR ROOSEVELT                      Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 150         Airdate: 6/17/2008 1:00 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
She was the nation's conscience, a tireless advocate for the disadvantaged, a woman who influenced American
social policies for decades and pushed through the first international charter on human rights. Eleanor Roosevelt
survived a painful childhood and a difficult marriage to become one of the most admired women in America.
Going beyond her public achievements, this intimate biography explores the secretive and surprising private life
of a controversial American figure.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           BMJL 001211
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal             Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/21/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Douglas Blackmon on Neoslavery: Bill Moyers interviews Douglas Blackmon, the Atlanta Bureau Chief of the
Wall Street Journal, about his latest book, "Slavery by Another Name," which looks at an "age of neoslavery"
that thrived from the aftermath of the Civil War through the dawn of World War II; Orlando Patterson and
Glenn Loury on Race in America; Bill Moyers Journal examines racial inequality in America through the
prisms of the legacy of slavery and the current socio-economic landscape with perspective from historical and
cultural sociologist Orlando Patterson and Glenn C. Loury, an economist and expert on race and social division;



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Traces of the Trade - Documentary Preview: Katrina Browne tells the story of her forefathers, the largest slave-
trading family in U.S. history, premiering on POV on PBS.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           COSE 014123
Series Title: Charlie Rose              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/18/2008 11:30 PM/503                 Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with political strategist Ralph Reed. Then, a conversation with Academy Award winning
producer Walter Mirisch about his life, career and book, "I Thought We Were Making Movies, Not History."
Finally, a conversation with photographer Max Gerber about his book "My Heart vs. The Real World."

Category:     American History/Biography
NOLA:         TASM 001423
Series Title: Tavis Smiley         Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Olympic gold medalist and six-time world boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya talks about his new memoir,
"American Son: My Story," and explains how growing up in East L.A. made him into the man he is today.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          TASM 001424
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/21/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Journalist-photographer Eric Etheridge explains how obtaining mug shots of Freedom Riders transformed his
latest book, "Breach of Peace." Singer-songwriter-guitarist Amos Lee discusses how his latest album, "Last
Days at the Lodge," fits in with the current music scene.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:           AMDO 002101
Series Title: P.O.V.
Episode Title: Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North               Version: SD-Base
Length: 90         Airdate: 6/26/2008 3:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
First-time filmmaker Katrina Browne makes a troubling discovery - her New England ancestors were the largest
slave-trading family in U.S. history. She and nine fellow descendants set off to retrace the Triangle Trade: from
their old hometown in Rhode Island to slave forts in Ghana to sugar plantation ruins in Cuba. Step by step, they
uncover the vast extent of northern complicity in slavery while stumbling through the minefield of
contemporary race relations. In this bicentennial year of the abolition of the U.S. slave trade, "Traces of the
Trade" offers powerful new perspectives on the black/white divide.

Category:     American History/Biography
NOLA:          AMEX 001912
Series Title: American Experience
Episode Title: Summer of Love                  Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/24/2008 1:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
In the summer of 1967, thousands of young people from across the country flocked to San Francisco's Haight-
Ashbury district to join in the hippie experience, only to discover that what they had come for was already
disappearing. By 1968 the celebration of free love, music, and an alternative lifestyle had descended into a
maelstrom of drug abuse, broken dreams, and occasional violence.



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Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           CHUH 000103
Series Title: Churchill               Episode Title: The Last Prize                  Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/29/2008 3:00 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The final episode begins with Churchill's trip to the Normandy beaches in June 1944. When victory in Europe
finally came, Churchill led the celebrations, but in private, he brooded about the dangers of Stalin and
communism. Two months later, he lost an election, but returned to contest the 1951 election, pledging to lead
Britain in the post-war age and determined to forge a peaceful alliance between the U.S. and the USSR. One
month short of his 77th birthday, he became prime minister again. The pressures of leadership quickly began to
show, however, and in 1953, he suffered a severe stroke; in 1955, he resigned. The last 10 years of his life were
a time for reflection. When he died in January 1965, it was the end of a remarkable life - and the end of an era.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           COSE 014126
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/23/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Scott Shane of The New York Times about his article "Inside a 9/11 Mastermind's
Interrogation." Then, a conversation with television producer Terry Wrong about "Hopkins," a six-part
documentary TV series set at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Finally, an appreciation of comedian George Carlin,
who died of heart failure on June 22, 2008 at the age of 71.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           COSE 014127
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/24/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a preview of the film "Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson" with producer Graydon
Carter, director Alex Gibney and co-founder and publisher of Rolling Stone Jann Wenner. Then, a conversation
with Michael Mandelbaum, Christian A. Herter Professor and Director of the American Foreign Policy program
at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies.

Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           EMNO 000000
Series Title: Emile Norman - By His Own Design               Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60
Airdate: 6/25/2008 4:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS             Format: Documentary
This is a portrait of the artist Emile Norman, who, at age 88, is still working with the same passion that inspired
him through seven decades of a changing art scene and turbulent times for a gay man in America. The film
chronicles his early days in the San Gabriel Valley, his success in New York City, and the freedom he found in
Big Sur, where he and his partner of 30 years created a haven for artists that is still growing today.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          HIDE 000601
Series Title: History Detectives           Version: SD-Embedded Promo               Length: 60
Airdate: 6/30/2008 9:00 PM/502             Service: PBS         Format: Other
The diary of a WWII pilot; an 1856 book purported to be the memoirs of a New York woman married to a
Mormon elder; an 1853 Napoleon said to be shot by Annie Oakley.




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Category:       American History/Biography
NOLA:           MLNH 009156
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The               Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/23/2008 7:00 PM/502              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Irreverent Comedian George Carlin Dies at 71: George Carlin, 71, an American comedic icon, died on Sunday
of heart failure. The NewsHour looks back at some of his memorable work.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          MLNH 009161
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 6/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:07:42
Oregon Discovery Challenges Beliefs About First Humans: Until recently, most scientists believed that the first
humans came to the Americas 13,000 years ago. But new archaeological findings from a cave in Oregon are
challenging that assumption. Lee Hochberg of Oregon Public Television reports on the controversial discovery.

Category:        American History/Biography
NOLA:            TASM 001426
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/25/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In a tribute to the late groundbreaking comedian, Tavis revisits his conversation with George Carlin in April
2004. Also, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Ne-Yo explains what it means to be a gentleman in the R&B
and hip-hop world today.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          TASM 001429
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/28/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Jordanian foreign minister, Marwan Muasher, reflects on the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin. Author Ta-Nehisi Coates and his father Paul Coates discuss overcoming the struggle African
American men often have in dealing with their environment.

Category:      American History/Biography
NOLA:          WAWO 000102
Series Title: War of the World; The          Episode Title: A Tainted Victory           Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/30/2008 10:00 PM/502           Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
Niall Ferguson examines the horrors of the Second World War and shows how, in order to win, the allies had to
act with the same savagery as their enemies. It was, in his words, "a tainted victory" - and the true, ultimate
winners were not those who were victorious in 1945.




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Category:       Arts
NOLA:           AMEX 002008
Series Title: American Experience Episode Title: Walt Whitman
Version: SD-Embedded Promo            Length: 120
Airdate: 4/15/2008 1:00 AM/500 Service: PBS                   Format: Documentary
To family and friends, Walter Whitman Jr. may have been just an old bachelor but with his book, Leaves of
Grass, he offered up his poetry and his persona as a reflection of the America he saw; daring, noble, naive,
brutish, sexual, frightening and flawed. This film tells Whitman's life story, from his working-class childhood,
to his years as a newspaper reporter in Brooklyn, to his reckless pursuit of the attention he craved for his work.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          AMMS 002009
Series Title: American Masters      Episode Title: Zora Neale Hurston: Jump at the Sun
Version: SD-Embedded Promo          Length: 90
Airdate: 4/10/2008 1:00 AM/500 Service: PBS               Format: Documentary
A profile of Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960), author of such acclaimed works as "Their Eyes Were Watching
God" and "Dust Tracks on a Road."

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014074
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 4/10/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management. Then, a conversation with actress
Helen Mirren about her book "In the Frame: My Life in Words and Pictures."

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014075
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/11/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS                 Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with actor George Clooney about the film "Leatherheads." Then, a conversation with
musician and actor Norah Jones about her film "My Blueberry Nights."

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014077
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/15/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS                 Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Cokie Roberts, Contributing Senior News Analyst for National Public Radio about
her book "Ladies of Liberty: The Women Who Shaped Our Nation." Then, a conversation with dancer and
photographer Mikhail Baryshnikov.




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Category:      Arts
NOLA:          INLE 000918
Series Title: Independent Lens         Episode Title: Companeras          Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/3/2008 3:00 PM/500 Service: PBS               Format: Documentary
COMPAÑERAS profiles America’s first all-female mariachi band, Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles. Founded
in 1994, the band members shatter age-old stereotypes while expanding the popularity of mariachi music. In a
culture and a musical tradition that has always been male-dominated, these women are true pioneers.

Category:     Arts
NOLA:          INLE 000919
Series Title: Independent Lens              Episode Title: Water Flowing Together
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/10/2008 3:00 AM/500
Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
WATER FLOWING TOGETHER offers an intimate portrait of a remarkable dancer, Jock Soto, who retired
from the New York City Ballet at age 40, after a 24-year career. Soto's journey as an openly gay man of Navajo
Indian and Puerto Rican descent provides a rare glimpse into the life of a dancer and the disparate worlds which
have shaped this important artist.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           MLNH 009101
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/7/2008 7:00 PM/502            Service: PBS
Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:12:16
Most Iraq War Movies Enjoy Little Box Office Success: While a plethora of recent movies have focused on the
Iraq war, few have succeeded at the box office. The director of the new film "Stop-Loss" and a film critic
discuss this phenomenon.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          MLNH 009104
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The                Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/10/2008 7:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS
Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:04:36
Mary Jo Bang Examines Grief's Poetic Form, the Elegy: Mary Jo Bang is Professor of English and director of
the Creative Writing Program at Washington University. Her fifth book, "Elegy," which won of the National
Book Critics Circle Award, examines the pain and grief following the death of her son. She shares two poems
from the collection.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           MLNH 009105
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The              Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 4/11/2008 7:00 PM/502              Service: PBS
Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:09:51
Van Cliburn Reflects on 1958 Tchaikovsky Competition: Master pianist Van Cliburn reflects on his historic
victory at the 1958 Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow and on the vitality of the classical arts.




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Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001368
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base      Length: 30
Airdate: 4/4/2008 12:30 AM/500 Service: PBS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
From the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, actor-activist Harry Belafonte describes how he first met
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who would become one of his closest friends.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001371
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base      Length: 30
Airdate: 4/9/2008 12:30 AM/500 Service: PBS                  Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Best-selling author Anne Rice discusses how she addressed Jesus' loneliness in the second of her fictional bios,
"Christ the Lord: The Road to Cana." Law professor Kimberle Williams Crenshaw addresses the Democratic
presidential candidates' support of affirmative action programs.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001372
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base     Length: 30
Airdate: 4/10/2008 12:30 AM/500 Service: PBS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Under Secretary of Defense Douglas Feith defines the Bush doctrine of war and addresses whether it is
an appropriate policy. Actor Thomas Haden Church talks about his new movie, "Smart People."

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001375
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base    Length: 30
Airdate: 4/15/2008 12:30 AM/500 Service: PBS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former State Department negotiator Aaron David Miller, author of "The Much Too Promised Land," says
Palestine has been promised too many times to too many people. Boston Legal's John Larroquette shares why
he is comfortable publicly stating that Sen. Barack Obama is the president the U.S. needs.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001376
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base       Length: 30
Airdate: 4/16/2008 12:30 AM/500 Service: PBS                Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Political commentator Bill Press says, for now, the conservative movement as we knew it is dead. Benjamin
McKenzie talks about the challenges in his career and tells what it was like working with legendary actor Al
Pacino in the new film, "88 Minutes."

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TBJL 002323
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal           Episode Title: What Hat Are You Wearing?
Version: SD-Base      Length: 30             Airdate: 4/13/2008 11:30 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Educator Dr. Joe Cornelius has developed a creative way to tell history and motivate young people through
drama. On this program, Dr. Cornelius creates a historical masterpiece when he chronicles the saga of Black
America as it changes "hats" with the times.




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Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014078
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base                Length: 60
Airdate: 4/16/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, about his book
"Common Wealth." Then, a conversation with author Richard Price about his book "Lush Life."

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           MLNH 009114
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 4/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:08:08
For Hayes, Pittsburgh and Poetry Are No Strangers: Terrance Hayes is the author of three books of poetry and
is a professor of Creative Writing at Carnegie Mellon University. He discusses life as a poet in Pittsburgh,
"where no one is a stranger," and shares some of his work.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          MLNH 009117
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 4/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:07:24
Novelist Junot Diaz Weaves Cultures and Languages: From the "Fuku" of the Dominican Republic to Klingon
from Star Trek, the world of author Junot Diaz is a vibrant mix of cultures and languages. He discusses his
influences and winning the Pulitzer Prize earlier this month for his novel, "The Brief Wondrous Life of Wao."

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           MLNH 009118
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:06:51
Robert Hass Discusses His Pulitzer Prize-Winning Poetry: "Time and Materials" by Robert Hass won the 2008
Pulitzer Prize for poetry, becoming the first book of poetry since 1983 to win both the Pulitzer and the National
Book Award. Hass talks about the collection.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001378
Series Title: Tavis Smiley         Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/18/2008 12:30 AM/500           Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter weighs in on next week's Democratic primary in his state. Los Angeles
Times columnist Steve Lopez, author of "The Soloist," discusses how a homeless violinist helped him find his
passion.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001379
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base       Length: 30
Airdate: 4/19/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS   Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Hip-hop mogul Jay-Z and the "Queen of Hip-Hop Soul" Mary J. Blige talk about evolving in their careers and
their current U.S. Heart of the City concert tour.


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Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001381
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/23/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Philadelphia Daily News' senior writer, Dave Davies, discusses the mudslinging in the run-up to tomorrow's
Democratic presidential primary in Pennsylvania. Musician and Eurythmics co-founder Dave Stewart explains
why his business card says that he's a change agent.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001383
Series Title: Tavis Smiley         Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/25/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Newsweek senior editor Jonathan Alter analyzes Sen. Clinton's victory in the Pennsylvania Democratic
primary. Tony- and Oscar-winning actress Judi Dench, star of the Masterpiece Classic miniseries Cranford,
discusses what Shakespeare's work means to her career.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TBJL 002324
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal
Episode Title: The Devil's Advice            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/20/2008 11:30 PM           Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Feature Film/Video Drama
Educator Dr. Joe Cornelius once again shares his insightful talent as he weaves the tale of a young man
struggling against the odds. In "The Devil & Leroy Jones," Dr. Cornelius imbues his performance with a
message of hope for the future.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          ACRO 000112
Series Title: America at a Crossroads
Episode Title: Stand Up: Muslim American Comics Come of Age                  Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/12/2008 2:00 AM/500            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
The program explores the emergence of Muslim- and Arab-American comedians in the wake of 9/11, showing
how they use humor to take on stereotypes about their religion and their politics. The film highlights five
performers, their comedy and the way everyday tribulations shape their art. At a time when people of Middle
Eastern origin were advised to lie low, they chose to stand up...and crack jokes.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           AMMS 000305
Series Title: American Masters              Episode Title: Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/7/2008 10:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
This documentary follows Franklin's unmatched musical career, from her early years as a gospel singer, to her
climb to the top of the pop and rhythm and blues record charts. Franklin's magical presence comes to life
through excerpts from three decades of performances. The film includes interviews with Whitney Houston, Ray
Charles, Smokey Robinson, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and record producer Jerry Wexler.




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Category:       Arts
NOLA:            AMMS 002102
Series Title: American Masters                  Episode Title: Marvin Gaye: What's Going On
Version: SD-Embedded Promo                      Length: 60               Airdate: 5/7/2008 9:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
His standing among the most enduring 20th-century American musical artists is without question, yet his story
is rarely told beyond the tragic circumstances of his death. Enormously talented and equally complicated, Gaye
created an intimate style - full of honesty, integrity, vulnerability - and, essentially, gave the world his
autobiography in lyrics and melody. "The Wonderful One," "The Trouble Man," "The Prince of Soul" - he was
the Motown star who challenged and changed the face of black music, embodying its evolution from roots in
gospel, jazz and rhythm and blues to sophisticated pop and sexually, politically charged soul. Extensive
performance footage and insight from Mary Wilson, Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight, Mos Def, among many
others, capture the tone and texture of a career that still leaves an indelible mark on the musical landscape.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014091
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 5/5/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Yahoo and Microsoft with Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times and Michael
Arrington of TechCrunch.com. Yahoo's shares plunged 20% in early trade in New York after software giant
Microsoft scrapped its three-month-old bid to buy the internet firm. Then, a preview of the North Carolina and
Indiana primaries with Chuck Todd, political analyst and author, and political director and on-air analyst for
NBC News. Finally, a conversation with actor Patrick Stewart about his role in "Macbeth."

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014093
Series Title: Charlie Rose         Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/7/2008 11:30 PM/503            Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A visit to the Museum of Modern Art in New York City to view and discuss the exhibit "Design and The Elastic
Mind" with Paola Antonelli.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014095
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/9/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Ambassador Susan C. Schwab, United States Trade Representative. Then, a
conversation with authors Bernard-Henri Levy & Umberto Eco.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           INLE 000921
Series Title: Independent Lens                Episode Title: Na Kamalei: The Men of Hula
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 5/8/2008 3:00 AM/500
Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Follow the journey of legendary teacher Robert Cazimero and the only all-male hula school in Hawaii as they
celebrate their 30th anniversary and prepare to compete at the world’s largest hula festival. "Na Kamalei: The
Men of Hula" goes beyond deep-rooted stereotypes of "grass skirt girls" and reveals a story of Hawaiian pride -
past and present.



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Category:      Arts
NOLA:          MLNH 009124
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:05:44
Words in Conflict: Israeli, Palestinian Poetry: Poets in the Middle East are often held in high regard, and many
achieve a level of celebrity and authority not common in the West. Tonight, in recognition of Israel's 60th
anniversary, Jeffrey Brown has an encore report on the lives of Israeli and Palestinian poets.

Category:     Arts
NOLA:         MLNH 009125
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:08:48
Frances Richey's Poetry Speaks to Son's Role as Soldier: "The Warrior" by Frances Richey is composed of 28
poems written by the poet to her son, Ben, a Green Beret who has served two tours of duty in Iraq. Jeffrey
Brown speaks with Richey and her son about the collection and their unique perspectives on the war.

Category:     Arts
NOLA:         MLNH 009127
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 5/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:08:34
Pop Artist Robert Rauschenberg Dies at 82: American artist Robert Rauschenberg died Monday at age 82.
Jeffrey Brown looks back at the life and work of the acclaimed pop artist.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001390
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/6/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Acclaimed writer Tobias Wolff explains the meaning behind the title of his latest book, "Our Story Begins," and
how listening to stories has become a lost art. Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina, chair of Dartmouth's English
department, shares the backstory of her nonfiction book, "Mr. and Mrs. Prince: How an Extraordinary
Eighteenth Century Family Moved Out of Slavery and Into Legend."

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001391
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/7/2008 12:30 AM/500                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Iraq commander Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, author of "Wiser in Battle," says there are lessons the U.S.
has yet to learn politically from the war in Iraq. Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall explains how being adopted has
impacted her music and gives a special performance.




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Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001392
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/8/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
John Dean and Barry Goldwater, Jr., co-authors of "Pure Goldwater," share what they believe Sen. Goldwater's
thoughts would be on the GOP and its presumptive presidential nominee John McCain. Actress Famke Janssen
explains how she learned to shoot pool for her role in the new movie "Turn the River."

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001394
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/10/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Environmental activist Majora Carter discusses whether the presidential candidates are addressing issues that
are important to inner-city America. Oscar-winning actress Helen Hunt talks about her film directing debut in
"Then She Found Me" and why the film took ten years to make.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001395
Series Title: Tavis Smiley         Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/13/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Actor-director-author Henry Winkler describes how he discovered that he was dyslexic. Time magazine's
Richard Zoglin, author of "Comedy at the Edge," explains how stand-up comedy in the late '70s changed
America.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001396
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 5/14/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid comments on when he thinks the Democratic Party will have a nominee.
"Back to You" star Kelsey Grammer discusses the challenge of getting the audience to accept his new role after
two decades of playing Dr. Frasier Crane.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001398
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base                Length: 30
Airdate: 5/16/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Legendary singer-songwriter Carly Simon reflects on what shaped her musicality and talks about the new CD
"Some Kind of Love" - her first project of original material in eight years.

Category:        Arts
NOLA:            ZORA 000000
Series Title: Zora's Roots            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/2/2008 5:00 AM/500                Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Documentary
This program examines the life of author and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston. The film follows Hurston,
best known for her novel, "Their Eyes Were Watching God," to the subtropical paradise that shaped her
childhood and her life's work - where she returned again and again for inspiration and solace. This documentary
tells her story through the people who knew her and the places and events that she brought to the world through
her writing.


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Category:      Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001399
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/17/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Journalist Pico Iyer, author of "The Open Road," discusses the politics of the current Dalai Lama. Actor Richard
Roundtree, one of the stars of the film "Speed Racer," talks about how he survived breast cancer.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           TBJL 003020
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal
Episode Title: Hip or Just Dumb?               Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 5/4/2008 11:30 PM              Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Thomas Williams, a journalist and graduate student at New York University, discusses his belief that African-
American culture must disentangle itself from the python-grip of hip hop and, by extension, the street. He
believes that, until this happens, the African-American community will not see any real progress.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014100
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 5/16/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, U.S. Army (Ret.). Then, an appreciation of artist Robert
Rauschenberg who died on May 12, 2008 of heart failure, on Captiva Island in Florida.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014101
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 5/19/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with David Miliband, current British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth
Affairs and Member of Parliament for the constituency of South Shields, Tyne and Wear. Then, a conversation
with director Bartlett Sher.

Category:        Arts
NOLA:            COSE 014102
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/20/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a report on Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy, recently diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Then, a
conversation with Jeff Zucker, President and CEO of NBC Universal.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:            COSE 014104
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/22/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the HBO film "Recount" with Kevin Spacey, Jeffrey Toobin, Senior Legal Analyst at
CNN and David Boies. Then, a conversation with author Garry Wills about his latest book "What the Gospels
Mean." Finally, an appreciation of Hamilton Jordan, who died on May 20, 2008 from mesothelioma. He was an
American political advisor and strategist best known as Chief of Staff to President of the United States Jimmy
Carter.



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Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014107
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/27/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with author Peter Matthiessen about his book "Shadow Country." Then, a conversation
with Edward Albee, Playwright and Tony Award Winner. Finally, a conversation with author Jhumpa Lahiri
about her book "Unaccustomed Earth."

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014108
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/28/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, an appreciation of filmmaker Sydney Pollack who died of cancer on May 26, 2008 at the age of 73. Then,
an appreciation of marketing executive Chuck Fruit who died at the age of 61 after suffering a sudden heart
attack. He was a board member for Gannett Co. Inc., president of Gardner Williams Consulting LLC and
chairman of the National Kidney Foundation for the past two years.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014109
Series Title: Charlie Rose             Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/29/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the film "Sex and the City" with actor Sarah Jessica Parker and executive
producer/director Michael Patrick King. Then, a conversation with author and journalist Martha Sherrill about
her book "Dog Man: An Uncommon Life on a Faraway Mountain."

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           NCNT 002008
Series Title: National Memorial Day Concert                    Version: SD-Base                Length: 90
Airdate: 5/25/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS            Format: Event Coverage
Hosted by Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna, this annual Memorial Day concert from the National Mall features a
mix of dramatic readings, documentary footage and live musical performances, along with an all-star line-up of
dignitaries, actors and musical artists. This year, the event will pay special tribute to the veterans of World War
II, Korea and Vietnam and the sacred war memorials built in their honor in Washington, DC. Actor and
decorated World War II veteran Charles Durning will also be recognized for his bravery and sacrifice as part of
the "greatest generation," who stepped forward in a time of need. The valor of the country's newest veterans will
be honored as well through an examination of the bonds that buddies form on the battlefields of Iraq.

Category:     Arts
NOLA:         OSMD 000000
Series Title: Osmond 50th Anniversary Reunion; The                 Version: SD-Pledge Event
Length: 120       Airdate: 5/11/2008 7:00 PM               Service: PBS-SIP       Format: Event Coverage
"Osmond-mania" reigns in this concert special, recorded in Las Vegas at the Orleans Hotel Showroom. All
seven Osmonds reunite to perform many of their best-selling hits. Video clips and historic photos are presented
around many of the performances. The program includes cameo appearances by celebrity guests, including
Andy Williams.




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Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001400
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/20/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Groundbreaking broadcast journalist Barbara Walters reflects on the chapter in her new memoir, "Audition,"
that was the hardest to write. Actor-playwright Daniel Beaty talks about his one-man play "Emergency" and
also performs.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001401
Series Title: Tavis Smiley         Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 5/21/2008 12:30 AM/500           Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Arkansas governor and GOP presidential contender Mike Huckabee explains his recent remarks about
Sen. Obama that have come under fire. Legendary singer Donna Summer discusses her early years as a
performer in Germany.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001402
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base                Length: 30
Airdate: 5/22/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Newsweek International's Fareed Zakaria explains the title of his latest book, "The Post-American World."
Filmmaker Jay Roach reflects on the making of "Recount," the HBO movie about Florida's vote in the 2000
presidential election.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001403
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base                Length: 30
Airdate: 5/23/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page explains the significance of Sen. Obama's lead in pledged
delegates and describes the mood on the Hill after the news of Sen. Kennedy's health challenge. Grammy-
nominated singer Josh Groban discovers what he and Tavis have in common.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001404
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/24/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Barnard sociologist Jonathan Rieder, author of "The Word of the Lord is Upon Me," describes the artistry and
the humorous side of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Grammy-winning jazz artist Earl Klugh talks about teaching
guitar as a young man in Detroit; he also performs a track from his new CD.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001405
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 5/27/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Syndicated columnist and "Right is Wrong" author Arianna Huffington compares the right and left "lunatic
fringes." Eric McCormack, star of A&E's "The Andromeda Strain," discusses his advocacy for cancer research.




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Category:       Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001406
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/28/2008 12:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Iraq commander Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, author of "Wiser in Battle," says there are lessons the U.S.
has yet to learn politically from the war in Iraq. Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall explains how being adopted has
impacted her music and gives a special performance.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001407
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base       Length: 30
Airdate: 5/29/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS   Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Hip-hop mogul Jay-Z and the "Queen of Hip-Hop Soul" Mary J. Blige talk about evolving in their careers and
their current U.S. Heart of the City concert tour.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001409
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/31/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Prolific singer-songwriter Carole King discusses 50 years in the business, creating her own record label and her
take on good music. She also gives a special performance of a classic track from her award-winning album,
"Tapestry."

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          CLOP 000000
Series Title: Cleveland Orchestra in Performance: Bruckner Symphony No. 5 Version: SD-Base
Length: 90         Airdate: 6/11/2008 10:00 PM/501                   Service: PBS        Format: Performance
In September 2006, the Cleveland Orchestra, as part of its 12-concert European tour, appeared in the
magnificent baroque cathedral in St. Florian, Austria, where the orchestra performed Anton Bruckner's towering
Symphony No. 5 under the direction of music director Franz Welser-Möst. The sold-out performances in the
cathedral, which serves as Bruckner's final resting place, were recorded for broadcast.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014118
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 6/11/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, Interview Magazine Celebrates Andy Warhol with Marc Jacobs, Stephanie Seymour, Peter Brant and
Glenn O'Brien. Then, a conversation with author Tom Wolfe.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:            COSE 014119
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/12/2008 11:30 PM/503            Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Marwan Muasher, Senior Vice President, External Affairs of The World Bank &
Rami Khouri, Editor-At-Large of the newspaper "The Daily Star." Then, a conversation with poet and human
rights activist Rose Styron.




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Category:       Arts
NOLA:           INLE 000925
Series Title: Independent Lens         Episode Title: The Cool School                    Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/12/2008 3:00 AM/500                Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
For a decade - 1956 to 1966 - the Ferus Gallery was the catalyst of a nascent modern art scene, grooming
idealistic beatniks into competitive, often-brilliant artists. It also helped to solidify the careers of many of New
York's shining stars including: Lichtenstein, Warhol and Johns. What was lost and gained is a complex web of
egos, passions, money and art.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           MANE 000000
Series Title: Magic Never Ends: The Life and Work of C.S. Lewis; The                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/8/2008 10:00 PM                 Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Documentary
Children's writer, Christian apologist, Oxford don, scholar and a man considered by many to be the greatest
Christian writer of the 20th century, C.S. Lewis was the author of 38 books, none of which has ever been out of
print. This program profiles Lewis' life in considerable detail: his childhood in Northern Ireland and the
devastating loss of his mother, the profound impact of World War I on his belief system, his acclaimed
academic career at Britain's prestigious Oxford and Cambridge Universities, his transition from atheist to
Christian and his late-in-life-marriage to American Joy Davidman. Oscar winner Sir Ben Kingsley narrates.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           MLNH 009141
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:02:12
Rock Legend Bo Diddley Remembered: Hailed as an original founder of rock 'n' roll, Bo Diddley helped define
the style that was to be the medium for many musicians to come. He died on Monday, age 79.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:            MLNH 009150
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60            Airdate: 6/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS              Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:12:34
New Generation of Brazilian Musicians Tries to Go Global: Young musicians in Brazil confront major
challenges to bringing their musical sound abroad. Simon Marks caps a series of reports from Brazil by looking
at the linguistic, political and economic barriers between Brazils most popular acts and global recognition.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001411
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/4/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
DNC Rules Committee member and advisor to Sen. Clinton, Harold Ickes, describes what he sees as a possible
course of action for his candidate and when he feels she will make her final decision about the nomination.
Emmy-winning actress Betty White explains how she came to love animals as a child.




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Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001415
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/10/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Sarah Sentilles, author of "A Church of Her Own," describes her journey into the church and the difficulties she
faced as a woman. Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jewel describes her country-western roots in Alaska.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:            TASM 001416
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/11/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In part one of a two-part conversation, Oscar-winning actor and best-selling author Sidney Poitier describes his
first experiences with American racism and explains the lesson that he wants to pass along to his granddaughter
in his latest book, "Life Beyond Measure."

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001417
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/12/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In part two of a two-part conversation, Sidney Poitier, acclaimed actor and author of "Life Beyond Measure:
Letters to My Great-Granddaughter," shares the story of what his mother's visit to a soothsayer revealed about
his future and tackles the question of the purpose of his life.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001418
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/13/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Virginia's Sen. Jim Webb, rumored to be on the Democratic VP list, explains how the "two Americas" paradigm
must be updated. "CSI: Miami" star Emily Procter talks about the division in her large family between Sens.
McCain and Obama for president.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001419
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/14/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
New York Gov. David Paterson, who is legally blind, describes how he manages public speeches without notes.
Seven-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette talks about putting together her latest CD
and trusting the process of making music.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014123
Series Title: Charlie Rose              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/18/2008 11:30 PM/503                 Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with political strategist Ralph Reed. Then, a conversation with Academy Award winning
producer Walter Mirisch about his life, career and book, "I Thought We Were Making Movies, Not History."
Finally, a conversation with photographer Max Gerber about his book "My Heart vs. The Real World."




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Category:      Arts
NOLA:           MLNH 009151
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:17
Poetry Program Gives Prisoners Unexpected Voice: For more than 30 years, poet and professor Richard Shelton
has traveled to a high security prison in Arizona to run a program that encourages prisoners to write and read
poetry.

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001422
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Energy journalist Robert Bryce analyzes the oil price and production rhetoric that the candidates have used on
the presidential campaign trail. Actor Sir Ben Kingsley describes what drew him to the character of Dr. Squires
in his new film "The Wackness."

Category:      Arts
NOLA:          TASM 001424
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/21/2008 12:00 AM/500               Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Journalist-photographer Eric Etheridge explains how obtaining mug shots of Freedom Riders transformed his
latest book, "Breach of Peace." Singer-songwriter-guitarist Amos Lee discusses how his latest album, "Last
Days at the Lodge," fits in with the current music scene.

Category:     Arts
NOLA:         TASM 001425
Series Title: Tavis Smiley         Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/24/2008 12:30 AM/500           Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Salman Rushdie, author of the new book "The Enchantress of Florence," says, in the end, you can't escape your
imagination. Actor James McAvoy talks about working with Morgan Freeman in the new film, "Wanted."

Category:      Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014126
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/23/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Scott Shane of The New York Times about his article "Inside a 9/11 Mastermind's
Interrogation." Then, a conversation with television producer Terry Wrong about "Hopkins," a six-part
documentary TV series set at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Finally, an appreciation of comedian George Carlin,
who died of heart failure on June 22, 2008 at the age of 71.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014127
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/24/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a preview of the film "Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson" with producer Graydon
Carter, director Alex Gibney and co-founder and publisher of Rolling Stone Jann Wenner. Then, a conversation



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with Michael Mandelbaum, Christian A. Herter Professor and Director of the American Foreign Policy program
at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           COSE 014128
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/25/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the Zimbabwe election with author Chenjerai Hove, author and journalist Andrew
Meldrum, journalist Philip Gourevitch and Michelle Gavin of the Council on Foreign Relations. Then, a
conversation with Emmylou Harris about her latest album, "All I Intended to Be."

Category:       Arts
NOLA:            COSE 014131
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 6/30/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Pakistan with Aitzaz Ahsan, Mark Mazzetti and David Rohde. Then, a conversation
with author Salman Rushdie about his book, "The Enchantress of Florence."

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           EMNO 000000
Series Title: Emile Norman - By His Own Design               Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60
Airdate: 6/25/2008 4:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS             Format: Documentary
This is a portrait of the artist Emile Norman, who, at age 88, is still working with the same passion that inspired
him through seven decades of a changing art scene and turbulent times for a gay man in America. The film
chronicles his early days in the San Gabriel Valley, his success in New York City, and the freedom he found in
Big Sur, where he and his partner of 30 years created a haven for artists that is still growing today.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           MLNH 009156
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The        Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/23/2008 7:00 PM/502              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Irreverent Comedian George Carlin Dies at 71: George Carlin, 71, an American comedic icon, died on Sunday
of heart failure. The NewsHour looks back at some of his memorable work.

Category:     Arts
NOLA:          NOVA 003412
Series Title: NOVA
Episode Title: Secrets of the Samurai Sword        Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60        Airdate: 6/24/2008 9:00 PM/501           Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most
fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or samurai sword. In this
program, NOVA probes the centuries-old secrets that went into forging what many consider the perfect blade.




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Category:        Arts
NOLA:            TASM 001426
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/25/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In a tribute to the late groundbreaking comedian, Tavis revisits his conversation with George Carlin in April
2004. Also, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Ne-Yo explains what it means to be a gentleman in the R&B
and hip-hop world today.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001427
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
L.A. Times Economics Correspondent Peter Gosselin explains how American families are facing a precarious
financial situation -- whether they know it or not. "Friday Night Lights" star Connie Britton discusses whether
the show is too smart for its audience.

Category:       Arts
NOLA:           TASM 001428
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Congressional Hispanic Caucus chair Rep. Joe Baca describes the rate of political progress within the Hispanic
community. "Sex and the City" and "Californication" star Evan Handler explains how he found faith and trust
while battling leukemia and a grim prognosis.

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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          COSE 014067
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base        Length: 60
Airdate: 4/1/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with Ted Turner, Former Vice Chairman, AOL Time Warner Incorporated. Turner discusses his
$1 billion donation to United Nations programs.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:            COSE 014068
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/2/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS                   Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
An hour with Pete Peterson, co-founder and senior chairman of The Blackstone Group. Peterson will give $1
billion to his new foundation, The Peter G. Peterson Foundation, to help solve some of the country's biggest
economic problems. He discusses how he sees the current economic crisis, sovereign wealth funds, and his
relationship with Blackstone co-founder and CEO, Steve Schwarzman.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           COSE 014074
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 4/10/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management. Then, a conversation with actress
Helen Mirren about her book "In the Frame: My Life in Words and Pictures."

Category:     Business/Industry
NOLA:          INLE 000920
Series Title: Independent Lens              Episode Title: King Corn         Version: SD-Base
Length: 90        Airdate: 4/17/2008 3:00 AM/500           Service: PBS      Format: Documentary
KING CORN examines the corn-growing industry and the various products that are made with corn as
filmmakers Curt Ellis and Ian Cheney raise corn on an acre of land in Iowa.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009099
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60     Airdate: 4/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:14:43
FAA Inspectors Claim Agency Was Lax on Safety Enforcement: Veteran Federal Aviation Administration
inspectors told a House committee Thursday that safety violations by Southwest Airlines were ignored by their
supervisors due to the "cozy" relationship between FAA officials and the airline. An analyst examines federal
oversight of commercial airlines.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          MLNH 009100
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base       Length: 60           Airdate: 4/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:06:43
80,000 Jobs Lost in March As Economy Continues To Slow: The economy continued its slump in March,
sloughing off 80,000 jobs. An economic consultant assesses the latest set of job numbers and what it indicates
about the health of the U.S. economy.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009101
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base       Length: 60           Airdate: 4/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:14:25
President Bush, Congress Clash Over Colombia Trade Deal: President Bush announced Monday that he would
send a free trade agreement between the U.S. and Colombia to Congress for approval. While the White House
urged swift action, Democrats raised concerns over anti-union violence in Colombia and the deal's impact on
U.S. jobs. Lawmakers discuss the measure.




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Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:            MLNH 009103
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base         Length: 60             Airdate: 4/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:08:35
Economics Writer Examines Oil's Shifting Market Position: In the first in a series of NewsHour interviews on
oil's standing in the rapidly changing world economy, author Vijay Vaitheeswaran discusses the causes and
effects of the recent rise in oil prices and how energy technologies will impact future business practices.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          MLNH 009104
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base       Length: 60             Airdate: 4/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:16:15
FAA Audits Deal New Blow to Airline Industry, Travelers: American Airlines canceled some 900 flights
Thursday for a third day of deep-reaching schedule changes due to a new round of tighter FAA safety
inspections. An airline safety expert and an FAA representative examine the impact on the airline industry and
on passengers.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009106
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base       Length: 60             Airdate: 4/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:09:59
Programs Seek to Aid Low-Paid, Working Women: Millions of women in the United States work long hours at
jobs that do not pay enough to support their families. Elizabeth Brackett reports on several programs set up to
help these working women.

Category:     Business/Industry
NOLA:         MLNH 009107
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base      Length: 60              Airdate: 4/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:06:20
Proposed Delta-Northwest Merger Raises Questions for Airline Industry: A proposed Delta-Northwest airline
merger comes at a tumultuous time for an airline industry facing high fuel prices and questions over safety
procedures. An airline analyst describes the possible implications of the mega-merger and whether consumers
will benefit.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           NBRT 028012
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/1/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Wall Street's Rally Is No April Fool's Joke; Democrats and Republicans Join Together To Search
For A Solution To The Housing Crisis; Rising Gas Prices & The Economy Are Stalling Car Sales; "Of Mutual
Interest"-Christine Benz, Director of Mutual Fund Analysis For Morning Star; "Last Word"-What Does $37B
Buy?; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Hugh Johnson, Chairman of Johnson Illington
Advisors.



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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028013
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/2/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Fed. Chairman Ben Bernanke Sees Recession and Recovery;
Despite The Market Retreat Experts Remain Optimistic; The Evolution of TDK; "Street Critique" -Hilary
Kramer, Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-Simplify...Simplify...Simplify.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028014
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/3/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Lakshman Achuthan, Managing Director of
the Economic Cycle Research Institute; What Led to the Grizzly Demise of Bear Stearns; Recession Resistant
Jobs; Harvesting The Gold From Investors In Their Golden Years; "Last Word"-You Can't Skirt The Kilt.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028015
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/4/2008 6:30 PM/500          Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Employment Numbers Generate More Recession Fears; What's
In The Foreclosure Prevention Bill; China's Economic Growth May Take Root In Latin Nations; "Market
Monitor"-Michael Hasenstab, Portfolio Mgr. Templeton Global Fund; "Last Word"-A Huge Slice of the Dot
Com Pie.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028016
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/7/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Alcoa's Earnings Tarnished By Disappointing Profits; Mergers
& Acquisitions Amid Recession Worries; The Colombia Free Trade Conflict; Investors Are Looking For Safe
Options To Stash Their Cash; Rising Food Prices Are Causing Concern in China; Kevin McCormally's Tax
Tips-Reporting Mutual Fund Sales; "Last Word"-Whiskey Makes The Rounds.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           NBRT 028017
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/8/2008 6:30 PM/500         Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with William Gross, Founder & Chief Investment
Strategist of Pimco; Recession Worries Surface Among Fed. Policy Makers; The Price of The Iraq War
Continues To Rise; How Commodity Index Funds Are Changing The Futures Markets; "Kevin McCormally's
Tax Tips"-Joint Returns And Domestic Partners.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028018
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/9/2008 6:30 PM/500          Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Neiderauer;
Oil Prices Gush to a New Record High; The Boeing 787 Dreamliner Nightmare; The President and Congress
Come Together To Fight Foreclosures; "Street Critique"-Toan Tran, Equity Strategist at Morningstar; "Kevin
McCormallys"- Write-offs for Non-itemizers.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028019
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/10/2008 6:30 PM/500                 Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Early Easter Took The Spring Out of Retail Sales; "Bill of
Health"-Healthcare Comes To The Workplace; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"-IRA's for Almost All Ages;
Harold "Terry" McGraw Reacts to the Latest American Business Survey.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028020
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/11/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; GE Brings Some Not So Good Things To Light; The Global
Credit Crisis Brings The G-7 Finance Ministers And Central Bankers Together; "Kevin McCormally's Tax
Tips"-The Weekend Rush; "Market Monitor"- Abhijit Chakrabortti, Chief U.S. Investment Strategist at Morgan
Stanley.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028021
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/14/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Richard Bove, Banking Analyst at Punk,
Ziegel and Company; Wachovia And Bear Stearns Deliver 1st Quarter Disappointment; Delta And Northwest
May Be Filing A Merger Flight Plan; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"- Stepping Up Tax Basis on Inheritance;
"Last Word"-Tax Toll.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028022
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/15/2008 6:30 PM/500                 Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Financial Chips Are Stacked in Intel's Favor; The Delta-
Northwest Merger Lands, Makes Its First Successful Stop; The Sub-Prime Mortgage Mess Threatens Student
Loans; P&G CEO A.G. Lafley on Inspiration And Innovation; "Of Mutual Interest," -Tracking Bear Market
Funds; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"-Deadline Day.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          TASM 001377
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/17/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former WorldCom VP, Cynthia Cooper, describes the personal toll of being a whistle-blower and what it's like
to face your boss in a courtroom. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges explains the title of his recent
book, "I Don't Believe in Atheists."

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           TBJL 003025
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal              Episode Title: The Teacher Factor
Version: SD-Base       Length: 30               Airdate: 4/6/2008 12:30 AM/500
Service: PBS-PLUS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In the era of accountability, teacher quality is arguably one of the most significant issues impacting education.
Dr. Boyce Williams, Vice President for Institutional Relations for the National Council for Accreditation of
Teacher Education discusses the organization’s objective to help establish high quality teachers in the teaching
profession.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           COSE 014081
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 4/21/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS
Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a preview of the Pennsylvania Primary with Howard Fineman, Newsweek's Chief Political
Correspondent, Senior Editor and Deputy Washington Bureau Chief. Then, a conversation with Mickey
Drexler, CEO, J.Crew.

Category:        Business/Industry
NOLA:            ILDT 000000
Series Title: Illicit: The Dark Trade          Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/18/2008 5:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
National Geographic explores the dark side of globalization and the underground economy. Based on the book,
"Illicit," by Dr. Moises Naim, highly acclaimed editor of Foreign Policy Magazine, this TV special explores the
onslaught of illicit activities exploding worldwide and the consequences of globalization spurring arms
trafficking and human smuggling to money laundering and music bootlegging.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009109
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:48
High-tech School Prepares Students for Shifting Economy: Paul Solman reports on a high school in California
that pushes its students to focus on the future by preparing for jobs in the world of high technology -- while also
helping the U.S. stay competitive in a global marketplace.




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Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009111
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 4/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:10:27
Economy Weighs on Minds of Pittsburgh Voters: As part of the Big Picture election series focusing on
Pittsburgh, Ray Suarez examines how the economy and other issues are weighing on the minds of voters in
Steel City as the region works to reinvent itself from an industrial-based economy.

Category:     Business/Industry
NOLA:         MLNH 009112
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base            Length: 60             Airdate: 4/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:04:45
Leaders Defend NAFTA Policies at Trade Summit: President Bush criticized the Democratic presidential
candidates Tuesday for vowing to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement at a trade summit with
Canadian and Mexican leaders in New Orleans. A reporter considers the prospects for trade negotiations.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009113
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 4/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:08:30
In Pittsburgh, Robots Help Rebuild Struggling Economy: As Pittsburgh continues to rebuild itself after the loss
of thousands of manufacturing jobs in the 1980s, a technology industry is emerging. Tom Bearden reports on
how engineers in the city are developing robots for everything from elderly care to military operations.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028023
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/16/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Big Blue Scores Big Green in the 1st Quarter; Crude Oil Prices
Grease Inflation Worries; Anthony Chan of JPMorgan Private Client Services Offers His Outlook on Inflation;
Fighting Rising Food Prices Goes Global; "Street Critique"-Hilary Kramer. Author of "Ahead of the Curve;"
"Money File"- ETF Investing.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028024
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/17/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Google Makes Gains Despite the Slow Economy; Merrill
Lynch Misses The Mark; "Economic Choices 2008" -The Issue of Climate Change; "Commentary"-Reel Life
Lesson; "Tech Talk" -Going Green.




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Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           NBRT 028025
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30              Airdate: 4/18/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Citigroup And Caterpillar Calm The Volatile Markets;
Economic Choices 2008 - Housing and Pennsylvania; "Market Monitor"-Mark Leibovit, Chief Market
Strategist for Vrtrader.com; "Last Word"-Senior Spelling Bee.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028026
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/21/2008 6:30 PM/500         Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Alex Patelis, Head of International
Economics at Merrill Lynch; What's Pumping The Oil Price Gusher?; Sallie Mae Needs Financial Aid From
The Treasury Department; "Commentary"-What's Good About The Housing Crisis; "Last Word"-Green
Monopoly.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028027
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/22/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Flow Closer To A New Record High; Commodities
Chaos Has Farmers Crying Foul; Stock Dividends Are Diminishing; Interbrand CEO Andy Bateman Shares
The Findings of His Company's Green Survey; "Of Mutual Interest"-Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for
"Money" Magazine and Author of "Your Money and Your Brain;" "Last Word"-Sunchips Go Green.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028028
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/23/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Macs & iPods Help Apple Beat The Street; Now May Not Be
The Time To Buy Into Oil Stocks; Uncle SAM May Soon Be Offering Student Loans; "Street Critique"-Patrick
O'Hare, Chief Market Analyst at briefing.com; "Money File"-401k's Hidden Costs; "Last Word"-Up in Smoke.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028029
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/24/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Microsoft's Good News/Bad News Day; One on One with
David Garrity, Director of Research at Dinosaur Securities; Arby's Finds The Beef By Buying Wendy's; New
Home Sales Are In The Basement; "Bill of Health"- Telemedicine; "Commentary"-Food, Fuel And Finances
For Thought.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028030
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/25/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Calling The Economy A Slowdown Isn't Slowing Consumer
Concerns; First Quarter Corporate Commonalities; FHA's No Money Down Loan Program; Japan Stands Ready
To Answer The Global Food Crisis; "Market Monitor"- Dr. Hans Black, Chairman of Interinvest.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028031
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/28/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Sweet Mars/Wrigley's Deal; Boeing Says Its 787 Is Ready
For Take Off; American Trucking Association's CEO Bill Graves Explains The Impact of Oil Prices On His
Industry; "Commentary"-Financial Aid For Low Income Families.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           NBRT 028032
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 4/29/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; "Meet the Buffetts"-Howard Buffett; There's High Interest In
Interest Rates; President Bush Calls on Congress To Rescue The Economy; "Of Mutual Interest," -John
Waggoner, Mutual Fund Columnist, "USA Today."

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028033
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/30/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Federal Reserve Makes The 7th Interest Rate Cut; Treasury
Secretary Henry Paulson Remains Optimistic About The Economy; "Meet the Buffetts"- Susie Buffett; "Last
Word"-The Icahn Blog.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NOVA 003509
Series Title: NOVA           Episode Title: Car of the Future             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/22/2008 9:00 PM/501             Service: PBS         Format: Other
Tom Magliozzi has a problem. The wacky co-host of NPR's Car Talk needs to replace his beloved 1952 MG
roadster. But where do you turn to in today's car market? Is new technology about to transform the way we
drive? Join Tom and Brother Ray, Click and Clack, as they take a light-hearted but shrewd look at America's
four-wheeled future.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           COSE 014091
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 5/5/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Yahoo and Microsoft with Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times and Michael
Arrington of TechCrunch.com. Yahoo's shares plunged 20% in early trade in New York after software giant
Microsoft scrapped its three-month-old bid to buy the internet firm. Then, a preview of the North Carolina and


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Indiana primaries with Chuck Todd, political analyst and author, and political director and on-air analyst for
NBC News. Finally, a conversation with actor Patrick Stewart about his role in "Macbeth."

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           COSE 014095
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/9/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Ambassador Susan C. Schwab, United States Trade Representative. Then, a
conversation with authors Bernard-Henri Levy & Umberto Eco.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           COSE 014096
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/12/2008 11:30 PM/503                Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, an update from the U.N. on relief efforts in Myanmar with Josette Sheeran, Executive Director of the
United Nations World Food Programme and John Holmes, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs
and Emergency Relief Coordinator. Then, a conversation with Randi Weingarten, current president of the
United Federation of Teachers (UFT), American Federation of Teachers (AFT), AFL-CIO.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          MLNH 009120
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:06:31
New Federal Rules Target Deceptive Credit Card Practices: The Federal Reserve proposed new credit card
regulations Friday in response to growing rancor over credit practices that are widely regarded as unfair and
deceptive. Robin Farzad of BusinessWeek Magazine explains the details and possible effects.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009122
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60            Airdate: 5/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:14
Boeing, Northrop Grumman Clash Over Tanker Contract: Aircraft companies Boeing and Northrop Grumman
are locked in a battle for an air tanker contract from the U.S. Air Force. The fight has stretched from courtrooms
to Capitol Hill, as legislators representing the companies' respective districts join the fray.

Category:     Business/Industry
NOLA:         MLNH 009127
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 5/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review             Segment Length: 00:08:58
Financial World Shifts Gears Amid Economic Tumult: As the U.S. grapples with an economic slowdown and a
housing slump, financial leaders are rethinking their strategies. Financier and author George Soros reflects on
the changing business trends and details his new book, which examines the "credit crash" of 2008.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009129
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                     Segment Length: 00:08:36
Congress Passes $290 Billion Farm Bill Despite White House Opposition: Amid global concerns over food
prices, the Senate approved a $290 billion dollar farm bill Thursday with enough support to overcome a
threatened presidential veto. A reporter outlines facets of the bill and its implications for U.S. food and
agriculture policy.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028034
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/1/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; ExxonMobil's Stock Slides Despite $11B Profit; As Fuel Prices
Rise Passenger Frustrations Take Off; "Meet the Buffetts" - Peter Buffett, The Youngest Buffett;
"Commentary"-The Political Climate And The Environment.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028035
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/2/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Latest Labor Report Works Up New Optimism; The
Federal Reserve Teams Up With Europe's Central Bankers; China's Gaming Industry Has Evolved Into A High
Roller; "Market Monitor"-Julius Maldutis, President And Chief Airline Analyst for Aviation Dynamics; "Last
Word"-"Tea and Sub-prime Sympathy."

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028036
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/5/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Summer Driving Season Drives Oil Prices Above $120;
Microsoft Bails on the $42B Yahoo! Bid; One on One with Warren Buffett, Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway; "A
Tale of Five Cities"-Washington, DC; "Commentary"-Optimism In An Ailing Economy; "Last Word"-
Chrysler's Answer to the Gas Crisis.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028037
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/6/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers;
Cisco Systems Computes Unexpected Earnings; Fannie Mae's Earnings Are In Keeping With The Housing
Crisis; What The Experts Are Saying About The Future of the Credit Crisis; "Tale of Five Cities"-Manhattan,
NY; "Of Mutual Interest"-Rusty Robinson, Portfolio Manager, Monteagle Value Fund.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028038
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/7/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil's Record Run Continues; The House Works On Building A
Bill To Resolve The Housing Crisis; "A Tale of Five Cities"-Southeast Michigan; "Street Critique"-Hilary
Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech Research and Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-
How Best To Buy In This Housing Market.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           NBRT 028039
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/8/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Wal-Mart And Costco Ring Up Sales In April; "A Tale of Five
Cities"-Silicon Valley, California; "Bill of Health"-Hospitals Go Green; "Commentary"-Gas Price Solutions;
"Last Word"-The Value of Mom.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028040
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/9/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Susan Wachter, Real Estate Professor at the
Wharton School of Business; What's Fueling Rising Oil Prices?; "A Tale of Five Cities"-Cape Coral, Florida;
"Market Monitor"-Al Goldman, Chief Market Strategist for Wachovia Securities.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028041
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/12/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Alan Skrainka, Chief Market Strategist at
Edward Jones; Credit Crunch May Be Easing But The Recession Is Only Beginning; 2nd Quarter Low Profits
But High Expectations; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Your Retirement Lifestyle; "Commentary"-
Corn Ethanol May Not Be A Healthy Choice.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028042
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/13/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Wal-Mart's Happy Face May Not Smile Through The Summer;
"Green Options: Fuel"-Hybrid Corn; Kiva President Premal Shah, Says Farmers And Crops Are Still Coming
In; "Commentary"-Colombia FTA.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           NBRT 028043
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/14/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Street Critique -- Kevin Depew, Executive Editor of Minyanville.com; Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the
News; Food Prices Take A Bigger Bite Out of U.S. Budgets; "Green Options: Fuel"-Ethanol from Sugar;
"Money File"-Money Management Summer School; "Last Word"-A Different Kind of Horsepower.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028044
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/15/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Lack of Money Is Weighing Down The Housing Rescue Plan;
"Green Options: Fuel"-Bacteria; "Tech Talk"-CBS Spins A New Cable/Tech Web; "Commentary"-A Difficult
Economy Requires Difficult Decisions; Tokyo's Temp Triumphs And Troubles.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NOWD 000419
Series Title: NOW on PBS              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/9/2008 8:30 PM/502              Service: PBS
America passed a grim milestone this year: One in every 100 Americans is now behind bars. This week, NOW
on PBS investigates the government's trend to outsource prisons and prisoners to the private sector, and
examines the controversy it's causing. We travel to Colorado, where the debate over prison privatization is
boiling over. Should incarceration be incorporated?

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           BMJL 001206
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 5/17/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Christopher Edley and Maria Echaveste: Berkeley law professors, and husband and wife, Christopher Edley and
Maria Echaveste on their different choices for the Democratic nominee; Melody Petersen: Melody Petersen
talks with Bill Moyers about her new book "Our Daily Meds," and how drug companies market medication.

Category:        Business/Industry
NOLA:            COSE 014102
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/20/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a report on Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy, recently diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Then, a
conversation with Jeff Zucker, President and CEO of NBC Universal.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           COSE 014103
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/21/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Sandy Weill, Chairman Emeritus, Citigroup Inc. Then, a conversation with Kurt
Andersen, American novelist who is currently a columnist for New York Magazine ("The Imperial City"), and
host of the Peabody-winning public radio program Studio 360.



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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          COSE 014105
Series Title: Charlie Rose         Version: SD-Base         Length: 60
Airdate: 5/23/2008 11:30 PM/503           Service: PBS-PLUS    Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with Fred Smith, Founder & CEO, FedEx.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           COSE 014108
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/28/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, an appreciation of filmmaker Sydney Pollack who died of cancer on May 26, 2008 at the age of 73. Then,
an appreciation of marketing executive Chuck Fruit who died at the age of 61 after suffering a sudden heart
attack. He was a board member for Gannett Co. Inc., president of Gardner Williams Consulting LLC and
chairman of the National Kidney Foundation for the past two years.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          MLNH 009139
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:08:51
Venture Capitalists Look to Green Businesses for Boom: A recent surge in investments by venture capitalists in
eco-friendly businesses is possibly triggering a boom in green and clean technology. Analysts report on the
green market and its ability to make money while saving oil.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028045
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/16/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; New Home Sales Are Up But That's Not Necessarily A Good
Thing; "Green Options: Fuel"-Under the Sea; "Market Monitor"-Chris Davis, Portfolio Manager of the Davis
Selected American Shares; "Economic Choices 2008"-- John McCain's Economic Advisor Explains The
Candidate's Energy Plans And Policies; "Last Word"-National Bike To Work Day.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028046
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 5/19/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Mohamed El-Erian, co-CEO, Pimco;
Landmark Housing Rescue Legislation Is Building; The Inflation Impact on Bonds; "Get Your Finances Ready
For Retirement"-How Much Do You Need To Retire?; "Commentary"-Spending Restraint.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028047
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/20/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Rises, Stocks Fall & Producer Prices Are Pumped;
Transportation Stocks Are Pumped; Prince William County Fights The Foreclosure Flood; "Pain at the Pump,"-



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Alternative Commuting; "Of Mutual Interest"- Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for "Money" magazine and
Author of "Your Money and Your Brain."

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028048
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/21/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Reaches A Crude New Record High; The Energy Crisis
Fuels A Grilling On Capitol Hill; "Pain at the Pump"-Impact on Small Businesses; "Street Critique" -Hilary
Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech Research and Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-
Price Panic.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028049
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/22/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Impact of Rising Oil Prices On All Aspects of the
Economy; "Pain at the Pump"-The Impact on State And Local Government; "Bill of Health"-"Wii-hab;"
"Commentary"-Invaluable Wisdom; "Last Word"-The Chocolate Commodity.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028050
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Dennis Decota, Exec. Dir. California Service
Station & Automotive Repair Association; The Housing Market Continues To Head Toward The Basement;
Large Caps Are Doing Small Things In This Rough Economy; "Market Monitor"-Douglas Jimerson, Editor and
Publisher of "National Trendlines;" "Last Word"-Antler Increase.

Category:     Business/Industry
NOLA:         NBRT 028051
Series Title: Nightly Business Report            Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/26/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Get Ready for Retirement; Figuring Out The Financials; The Experts Offer Their Opinions On The Best Road
To Retirement; When Will You Be Ready To Retire?; Social Security Strategies.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028052
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/27/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Stephen Wood, Senior Portfolio Strategist at
Russell Investments; Bargain Hunters Give New Home Sales A Much Needed Boost; Airline Stocks Rise as
Crude Oil Prices Fall; The Slow Economy Has Employers Putting The Brakes On Perks; "Of Mutual Interest"-
John Waggoner, Mutual Fund Columnist at "USA Today."




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028053
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/28/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Crude Oil Prices Continue to Rise; Air Travel Is Losing Class;
Sales Tax Meets Cyber Sales; "Street Critique"-Gene Marcial, "Inside Wall Street" Columnist at
"BusinessWeek;" "Money File"-Growing A Teen Millionaire.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028054
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/29/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Dell Computes Big Earnings And Surprising Overseas Sales;
The Slowing Economy Has Shoppers Speeding To Warehouse Clubs; The End of the Bear Stearns Era; The
Airline Industry's Tug of War With Technology For Business Travelers; "Commentary"-Getting On Board With
Online Voting.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028055
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/30/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks In the News; Consumers Are Financially Spent; CFTC Chairman Walter
Lukken Offers His Ideas About Rising Oil Prices; China's Building Boom; "Market Monitor"-Bernie Schaeffer,
Chairman of Schaeffer's Investment Research.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           BMJL 001210
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base                Length: 60
Airdate: 6/14/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Holly Sklar on Work and Wages: Holly Sklar, co-author of "Raise the Floor: Wages and Policies that Work for
All of Us," discusses what current economic conditions say about the state of the American dream; LA Labor:
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL analyzes the growing inequality gap on the ground in Los Angeles where recently
union workers marched to bring attention to how they are getting squeezed out of the shrinking middle class;
Steve Fraser on Gilded Ages: Steve Fraser, historian and author of "Wall Street: America's Dream Palace,"
discusses the modern parallels and differences to the first Gilded Age, the big disparity between the rich and
poor, and the increasing strain on working Americans.

Category:     Business/Industry
NOLA:         COSE 014111
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 6/2/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with author Sir Lawrence Freedman and author and former Mideast negotiator Aaron David
Miller.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           COSE 014116
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/9/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Luca di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari. Then, a conversation with CBS's Jim
Nantz about his book "Always By My Side: A Father's Grace and a Sports Journey Unlike Any Other."

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           COSE 014117
Series Title: Charlie Rose              Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/10/2008 11:30 PM/503                 Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the price of oil with Charles Maxwell, Richard Berner, James Burkhard and Amy
Myers Jaffe. Then, a conversation with author Misha Glenny about his book "McMafia: A Journey Through the
Global Criminal Underworld."

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          FLMA 000000
Series Title: FLEA MARKET DOCUMENTARY, A                      Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 6/9/2008 9:00 PM              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A FLEA MARKET DOCUMENTARY travels from the gigantic Rose Bowl Market in Pasadena, California, to
the busy but modest-sized Eastern Market in Washington, D.C., talking with organizers, vendors, food
merchants and shoppers. This program is a celebration of the unusual people and the enticing things that can be
found in parking lots, fairgrounds, drive-ins, sidewalks, and where else someone has posed a sign saying, "Flea
Market." It's capitalism mixed with craziness. It's amazing old stuff, great salespeople, the ancient tradition of
the open-air market, and the possibility of finding a bargain, all uniting shoppers across the nation.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009142
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:44
Concerns Over Immigration Crackdowns Lead U.S. Farms to Recruit in Mexico: In response to fears that
stricter enforcement of immigration laws will create a shortage of farm workers, the U.S. agricultural industry
has headed to Mexico to recruit temporary -- and legal -- migrant workers. Jeffrey Kaye of KCET-Los Angeles
reports on the farm industry's recruitment attempts and worker shortfalls.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009147
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:08:58
Salmonella Concerns Prompt Widespread Tomato Recalls: Concerns over salmonella contamination have led
the FDA to issue nationwide health warnings for tomatoes. This in turn has led to many vendors recalling or
prohibiting the use of tomatoes in their products. A food safety journalist discusses the tomato health scare.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009148
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 6/11/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:11:19
Protests Against Government, U.S. Imports Sweep South Korea: More than 100,000 demonstrators took to the
streets of Seoul to protest a proposed deal allowing U.S. beef imports and taking to task the teetering
government of President Lee Myung-bak. A regional expert explores the core issues behind the protests.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028056
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/2/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris; Big
Bank Shake Ups; Recession or Recovery? Where Is The Economy?; The Corporate Combat Surrounding the
Climate Security Act; "Commentary"-Oil And Digital Technology.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028057
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Short
Length: 30        Airdate: 6/3/2008 6:30 PM/500          Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; New Concerns About Lehman Brothers' Liquidity; Inflation
Continues To Draw Strength From The Sagging Dollar; SUV Drivers Looking To Downsize Are Hitting
Financial Roadblocks; "Of Mutual Interest"-William Hench, Assistant Portfolio Manager, Royce Opportunity
Fund; "Last Word"-The Bubbly That Swims With The Fishes.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028058
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30        Airdate: 6/4/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices...Peak or Pullback?; "Economic Choices-2008"-
Business & Politics; Weather & Risk Management; "Street Critique"-Kevin Depew, Executive Editor
minyanville.com; "Money File"-Inflation Issues And Your Portfolio.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028059
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/5/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Credit Rating Agencies Get An Overhaul; Lawmakers Gun For
Bear in the Bear Stearns Bail Out; Honeywell Aerospace CEO Robert Gillette Talks About Flying Amid The
Fuel Crisis; "Green Options"-Recycling And Reusing Soybean Oil; "Commentary"-Capital Costs.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028060
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/6/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices And Unemployment Rock Wall Street; John Kilduff,
Energy Analyst at MF Global Offers An Outlook on Oil; "Market Monitor"-Derwood Chase, President of Chase
Investment Counsel.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028061
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/9/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Slide As The Dollar Picks Up Strength; The Air
Force Works To Recruit Alternative Fuel Sources; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Relocating in
Retirement; "Commentary"-Repairing the Housing Crisis.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028062
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/10/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Higher Interest Rates May Be On The Horizon; Spirit Airlines'
CEO Shares His Company's Financial Flight Plan; Economic Choices 2008 - Obama And McCain And Taxes;
"Of Mutual Interest,"-Real Estate Mutual Funds; "Commentary"-Ways to Repair Our Financial Regulatory
System; "Last Word"-Presents For Dad.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028063
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/11/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Bruce Kasman, Chief Economist of
JPMorgan; Stocks Slide As Oil Prices Rise; The SEC Takes Aim At Credit Rating Agencies; "Economic
Choices 2008"-The Great Tax Divide; "Street Critique"-Hilary Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech
Research; "Money File" -Gas Budgeting.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028064
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/12/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Yahoo!/Google Connection; Lehman Brothers Rebuilds
With Top Management Shake Ups; "Economic Choices '2008"-Dan Tarullo, Shares Sen. Barack Obama's
Economic Strategy; Help Wanted--Teens to Fill Summer Jobs; "Bill of Health"-Self Service in the ER.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028065
Series Title: Nightly Business Report            Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/13/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks In The News; Gas Prices Pump Up Consumer Prices; Corn Prices Continue
To Pop As Flood Waters Rise; Commuters Resort to the Rails As Gas Prices Rise; "Market Monitor"- John
Hughes, President of Quantum Capital Management; "Commentary"-The Rules Of Doing Business Overseas.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           FRON 002614
Series Title: Frontline       Episode Title: Young and Restless in China           Version: SD-Base
Length: 120        Airdate: 6/17/2008 10:00 PM/501         Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
A riveting journey, "Young & Restless in China" tracks the lives of nine ambitious young Chinese struggling to
make it in this tumultuous and rapidly changing society. Whether defying Eastern traditions in pursuit of
Western values, struggling through government protocols to start a new business, or fighting to preserve the
environment, this new generation is caught between the bonds of their nation's history and their own quest for a
future.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          MLNH 009151
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 6/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:06:49
Lehman Reports $3 Billion in Losses Due to Bad Mortgage Investments: Lehman Brothers Chief Richard Fuld
took responsibility Monday for a staggering $3 billion in losses in the second quarter, saying the company was
too slow to react to the unfolding credit and mortgage crisis. Roben Farzad of BusinessWeek magazine outlines
how the news may affect Wall Street and Main Street.

Category:     Business/Industry
NOLA:         MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:07:09
GAO Backs Boeing's Claims in Tanker Contract Dispute: Congressional investigators sided with Boeing
Wednesday in a dispute over the awarding of a $35 billion Air Force tanker contract to competitor Northrup
Grumman. A reporter discusses the decision.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028066
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/16/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Saudi's And The Weak Dollar Fuel Crude's Latest Climb;
Morgan Stanley Chief Credit Strategist Greg Peters, Sees Banks Vulnerable To Bankruptcy; Inflation In India;
"Commentary"-Halftime for the Year 2008.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028067
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/17/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with William Gross, Chief Investment Officer of
Pimco; Inflation And The Producer Price Index; The CFTC Heads To The Hill To Announce An Oil
Agreement; "Of Mutual Interest"-Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for "Money" Magazine; "Last Word"-
Hershey Gets Sweet On Gas.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028068
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/18/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Royal Caribbean Chairman And CEO Richard
Fain; FedEx Delivers Dismal Quarterly Earnings; To Offshore Drill or Not To Offshore Drill...; "Street
Critique"-Patrick O'Hare, Chief Market Analyst, briefing.com; "Money File"-Fight The Fees.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028069
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Great Mortgage Fund Crackdown; Investment Strategists
Offer Their Outlook For Oil And Stocks; Rep. Barney Frank Explains the Building of the Mortgage Bailout
Bill; "Commentary"-Talking Up Innovative Inspiration; "Last Word"-Homemade Hybrid.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028070
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Surge In Anticipation of The Saudi Summit; The
Impact of the Midwest Flooding on the Economy; China's Pre-Olympic Anti Pollution Plan; "Market Monitor"-
Eugene Peroni, Jr., Sr. V.P. of Equity Research Advisors, Asset Management.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           NOWD 000425
Series Title: NOW on PBS                Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 8:30 PM/502                 Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The global middle class is expected to swell by more than 1 billion people over the next decade, with the
biggest increases in China and India. While millions are being lifted out of poverty as a result, the booming
middle class is also consuming more global resources. As a result, prices for everything from steel to gasoline to
food are soaring. This week NOW reports from Pune, India, where college graduates are getting tech jobs,
traditional families are flocking to the new mall, and professionals are hoping their new-found economic might
will make their country an even bigger global player. But can America's middle-class - and the rest of the world
- afford this unprecedented shift in the global economy?




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:           TASM 001422
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Energy journalist Robert Bryce analyzes the oil price and production rhetoric that the candidates have used on
the presidential campaign trail. Actor Sir Ben Kingsley describes what drew him to the character of Dr. Squires
in his new film "The Wackness."

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          BMJL 001212
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/28/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Contemplating "Climate Security": Congress has been contemplating global warming in the form of the Climate
Security Act. Bill Moyers talks with Senator Barbara Boxer; EXPOSE on THE JOURNAL - Worker Safety:
EXPOSE and THE JOURNAL go inside America's poultry industry, which employs almost a quarter million
workers nationwide, to show the reality of working conditions and to investigate how official statistics showing
a drop in workplace injuries may have been the result of deceptive reporting; Moyers on Big Oil: A Bill
Moyers' essay.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009157
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:12:38
Increasing Fuel Costs Raise New Energy Concerns: Concerns over high oil prices continue as lawmakers
struggle to find production solutions. Two energy consultants discuss the factors behind the ongoing price
jumps and analyze the trajectory of fuel costs for the near future.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          MLNH 009158
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:09:21
As Oil Prices Rise, Carmakers Look to Electric Future: Rising oil prices and improvements in battery
technology are fueling new interest in developing electric cars. Spencer Michels reports on how industry giants
and start-up car companies alike plan to release new vehicles by 2010.

Category:       Business/Industry
NOLA:           MLNH 009159
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 6/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:05:53
Wall Street Jitters, Fuel Costs Spread Economic Woes: The Dow Jones dropped Thursday to its lowest point
since September 2006, due to economic woes and soaring oil prices across the country. A chief investment
officer examines the impact of the bleak news on the national economy.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          MLNH 009161
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:07:28
Iraq Opens Oil Fields to Foreign Firms for Output Boost: The Iraqi government announced Monday it was
accepting international bids for contracts to operate six of its oil fields. An economics expert discusses the
prospect of Western oil companies working in Iraq.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028071
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Spectator's Role in the Oil Market; The Federal Reserve
Prepares To Take On Rising Gas Prices; Ways Regional Banks Are Raising Capital; "Get Your Finances
Ready"-Staying Put, The Pros And Cons of Reverse Mortgage; "Commentary"-The Half Empty Economy;
"Last Word"-The Lunch With Buffett Bidding War Begins.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028072
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/24/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Consumer Lack of Confidence in the Economy; Dow
Chemical's CEO and Chairman Andrew Liveris Talks About His Company's Price Hike; "Economic Choices
2008"-The TV Ad Boom; "Made in America"-The Furniture Industry; "Of Mutual Interest,"-John Waggoner,
Mutual Fund Columnist at "USA Today."

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028073
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/25/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Interest Rates Remain Unchanged; The SEC's New Rules For
Credit Rating; "Green Options"-Governor Charlie Crist's Climate for Change Conference; "Money File"-
Uncovering Affordable Travel Deals.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028074
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Dow's Drastic 358 Point Dive; Commerce Secretary Carlos
Gutierrez Talks About The Economy's Slow Growth; "Just Price Solutions" Could Open The Door To Home
Ownership For First Time Buyers; "Bill of Health"-Robo Replacements.




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Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028075
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Up And Stocks Down; KB Home Builds A Big Quarterly
Loss; "Market Monitor"-Ernie Ankrim, Chief Investment Strategist for Russell Investments; "Commentary"-
Why Should We Change Our Oil Using Ways?; "Last Word"-Soda Sponsored Wedding.

Category:      Business/Industry
NOLA:          NBRT 028076
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/30/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with John Kilduff, Energy Analyst at MF Global;
Jittery June Ends Along With Optimism For The Third Quarter; The Crop Report Harvests Good News For The
Agriculture Markets; Second Quarter Wrap With Sam Stovall, Chief Investment Strategist at Standard & Poor's
Equity Research.

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Category:      Child Abuse
NOLA:          MLNH 009131
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:06:16
Supreme Court Upholds Child Pornography Law: The Supreme Court upheld a 2003 federal law's provision
criminalizing the promotion or presentation of child pornography. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal
analyzes the Court's decision.

Category:      Child Abuse
NOLA:           MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:07:24
Polygamy Ruling Raises Legal Debate on State Power: A Texas state appeals court ruled on Thursday that child
welfare officials had no right to seize more than 400 children taken last month from the Yearning For Zion
Ranch, a polygamous sect's compound in the state. The ruling however does not make clear what will happen to
the children or the legal position of their parents.

Category:      Child Abuse
NOLA:           NOWD 000422
Series Title: NOW on PBS                         Version: SD-Short
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/30/2008 8:30 PM/502                  Service: PBS
Child prostitution is on the rise not just in other countries around the world, but right here in America. The
Department of Justice says, on any given day, tens of thousands of children across America are involved in



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prostitution. But what's being done to stop it? This week NOW visits Atlanta, Georgia to see how one American
city is handling the tragic phenomenon of child prostitution. It is one of 27 American cities where the problem
seems to be spinning out of control.

Category:      Child Abuse
NOLA:           MLNH 009158
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:08:36
Justices Cut Valdez Damages, Rule on Child Rape: The Supreme Court rejected use of the death penalty for
those convicted of child rape Wednesday and cut the punitive damages awarded for the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil
spill. The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle recaps the decisions.

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Category:       Community Politics, Government
NOLA:           COSE 014076
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/14/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS                 Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the Pennsylvania Primary with Senator Bob Casey of Pennsylvania. Then, the
discussion continues with Joe Klein of Time and Dick Polman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Finally, a discussion
about the Frontline documentary "Sick Around the World" with T.R. Reid.

Category:       Community Politics, Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009097
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base       Length: 60             Airdate: 4/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:09:09
In New Orleans, Reinventing the Idea of Public Housing: As New Orleans recovers from Hurricane Katrina,
public housing units set for demolition will be replaced by "neighborhood-style" communities that will be
available to residents with a mix of income levels -- a plan that has raised some debate in the storm-ravaged
area.

Category:     Community Politics, Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009098
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:10:16
Washington, D.C., Schools Chief Faces Tough Choices: In the latest in a series of reports on school reform in
Washington, D.C., and New Orleans, John Merrow checks in with D.C. schools chief Michelle Rhee, who has
had to make difficult -- and controversial -- decisions regarding school closures and staff cuts.




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Category:       Community Politics, Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009099
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60          Airdate: 4/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:08:36
Leaders Struggle to Bolster New Orleans Schools: In the latest in a series of reports on urban school reform,
John Merrow reports on how the schools chief in New Orleans plans to deal with some of the most troubled
schools in a city still recovering from Hurricane Katrina.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009101
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60          Airdate: 4/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:11:51
In Tuition Aid Rules, Immigration Debate Meets Reality: As the immigration debate continues to evolve, some
states are denying children of undocumented immigrants government grants and tuition loans offered to low-
income students to help pay for college. Lee Hochberg reports on how undocumented students are coping.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009106
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:20:29
Economy a Top Issue Ahead of Pennsylvania Primary: As the Pennsylvania primary draws near, Democratic
candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are crisscrossing the Keystone State in a bid for voter support in
a state where a complex mix of issues -- from the economy to religion -- ranks high for voters. Political analysts
from across Pennsylvania preview the contest.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          NOWD 000415
Series Title: NOW on PBS              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/11/2008 8:30 PM/502                    Service: PBS
Millions of Americans are filing their taxes and hoping for the best, but are rich people actually paying a
smaller percentage of their total income than the poor? This week, NOW looks at how state policies to generate
revenue by raising sales taxes and lowering property taxes come at a bigger price for low-income households
than for wealthier ones.

Category:     Community Politics, Government
NOLA:         COSE 014079
Series Title: Charlie Rose         Version: SD-Base         Length: 60
Airdate: 4/17/2008 11:30 PM/503           Service: PBS-PLUS    Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City and Governor Arnold
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Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          COSE 014082
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/22/2008 11:30 PM/503            Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Live coverage of the Pennsylvania Primary with Mark Halperin of Time magazine, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Al
Hunt of Bloomberg News, Bob Herbert of The New York Times, Dick Polman of the Philadelphia Inquirer and
Jacob Weisberg of Slate.com.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009108
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:08:03
Supreme Court Votes 7-2 to Allow Lethal Injection: The Supreme Court voted Wednesday to uphold
Kentucky's use of lethal injection, allowing the continuation of executions on hold since September. The court
also heard arguments on the legality of the death penalty for child rapists. Marcia Coyle discusses the cases.

Category:     Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009110
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 4/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:12:53
Clinton, Obama Enter Final Stretch in Pa. Primary Fight: For the first time in six weeks, Democratic voters will
once again cast ballots in the hotly contested Pennsylvania primary Tuesday. Analysts Mark Shields and David
Brooks consider the state of the campaign and assess the fallout from Wednesday's debate in Philadelphia.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009110
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 4/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:04:16
Pittsburgh Author Reflects on Life in 'My Town:' Author and columnist John Wideman reflects on his
hometown of Pittsburgh, now in the national media spotlight due to Pennsylvania's impending Democratic
primary election.

Category:     Community Politics, Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009111
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base            Length: 60            Airdate: 4/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:05:36
Democrats Make Final Pa. Push; McCain Launches Tour: Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama crisscrossed
Pennsylvania Monday in a final attempt to sway Keystone state voters before Tuesday's Democratic primary,
while presumptive GOP nominee Sen. John McCain spoke in Selma, AL, on the first day of his five-day tour of
economically struggling communities.




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Category:     Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009112
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:11:34
Voters Cast Ballots in Hard-fought Pa. Primary: Democratic presidential candidates Sens. Hillary Clinton and
Barack Obama made final pitches to Pennsylvanians Tuesday in the hopes to sway still-undecided voters as
they headed to the polls. Political analysts examine the day in voting.

Category:     Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009116
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 4/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:07:37
Ruling on Voter ID Law May Spur Tighter State Regulation: The Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 Monday to
uphold an Indiana law requiring voters to show photo identification at polling stations. The National Law
Journal's Marcia Coyle examines the impact of the Supreme Court decisions on voters and state regulations.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          NOWD 000416
Series Title: NOW on PBS               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 4/18/2008 8:30 PM/502               Service: PBS
Health care costs in Pennsylvania are 11 percent higher than the national average and rising twice as fast as the
average wage. The state legislature is debating a plan backed by Governor Ed Rendell to provide benefits to
hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians, but there's disagreement over who's going to foot the bill. This week
NOW gets insight on the problem and its proposed solution from a wide range of Pennsylvanians, including
small business owners, legislators, a suburban family, and a packaged dessert company headquartered in
Philadelphia that employs over 800 people. But the problem is bigger than Pennsylvania. With 47 million
Americans uninsured and so many feeling the pinch of soaring coverage costs, can this Philadelphia experiment
make a difference in the national crisis?

Category:       Community Politics, Government
NOLA:           RCUY 000000
Series Title: Return of the Cuyahoga; The              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/20/2008 3:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS           Format: Demonstration/Instructional
On June 22, 1969, the polluted Cuyahoga River caught fire. The river didn’t burn just in Cleveland -- it burned
in the nation’s imagination. The country was beginning to pay attention to what was happening to its natural
resources. The fire started a chain of events that hasn’t stopped yet. These include the Clean Water Act, the
Clean Air Act, Earth Day, the creation of environmental protection agencies at the federal and state levels and a
rapidly growing consciousness in America about the environment. The Cuyahoga is America’s best example yet
of a watery success story. The dead river came clean -- and back to life again.




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Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          TASM 001378
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/18/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter weighs in on next week's Democratic primary in his state. Los Angeles
Times columnist Steve Lopez, author of "The Soloist," discusses how a homeless violinist helped him find his
passion.

Category:     Community Politics, Government
NOLA:         COSE 014092
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/6/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Live coverage of the North Carolina and Indiana primaries with Al Hunt, Gwen Ifill, Charlie Cook, Doris
Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin and Bob Herbert.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          NOWD 000419
Series Title: NOW on PBS              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/9/2008 8:30 PM/502              Service: PBS
America passed a grim milestone this year: One in every 100 Americans is now behind bars. This week, NOW
on PBS investigates the government's trend to outsource prisons and prisoners to the private sector, and
examines the controversy it's causing. We travel to Colorado, where the debate over prison privatization is
boiling over. Should incarceration be incorporated?

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009130
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:06:19
Obama-Bush Tussle, GOP Losses Top Campaign Headlines: Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack
Obama takes issue with President Bush's perceived criticism of his foreign policy positions, while the GOP lost
a House seat in Mississippi, following other losses in Louisiana and Illinois.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009133
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 5/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:04:10
Obama, Clinton Set Sights on Florida: Following Tuesday's Democratic nominating contests in Oregon and
Kentucky, Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton headed for Florida, a key general election state embroiled
in a dispute over its renegade primary.




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Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:07:24
Polygamy Ruling Raises Legal Debate on State Power: A Texas state appeals court ruled on Thursday that child
welfare officials had no right to seize more than 400 children taken last month from the Yearning For Zion
Ranch, a polygamous sect's compound in the state. The ruling however does not make clear what will happen to
the children or the legal position of their parents.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009138
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:13:21
Democrats Seek to Solve Impasse Over FL, MI: The Democratic Party's Rules and Bylaws Committee meets on
May 31 in an effort to resolve an impasse over how votes from Michigan and Florida's renegade primaries
should be factored into the nominating battle between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Two committee
members preview the meeting.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009140
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base            Length: 60             Airdate: 5/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:03:37
Reflections on Voting in Montana's Big Sky Country: Guest essayist Scott McMillion of the Bozeman Daily
Chronicle and the Montana Quarterly reflects on voting in Montana.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028049
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/22/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Impact of Rising Oil Prices On All Aspects of the
Economy; "Pain at the Pump"-The Impact on State And Local Government; "Bill of Health"-"Wii-hab;"
"Commentary"-Invaluable Wisdom; "Last Word"-The Chocolate Commodity.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009148
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60            Airdate: 6/11/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:10:41
Arizona's Illegal Immigration Laws Put to the Test: Last year, Arizona passed 15 bills and resolutions giving
police more tools to go after illegal immigrants, one of several states tightening immigration laws. Jeffrey Kaye
of KCET-Los Angeles examines the impact of the new regulations.




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Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:           TASM 001419
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/14/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
New York Gov. David Paterson, who is legally blind, describes how he manages public speeches without notes.
Seven-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette talks about putting together her latest CD
and trusting the process of making music.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:06:09
Same-Sex Couples Begin Marrying in California: Hundreds of gay and lesbian couples filled county clerk
offices across California Tuesday and exchanged marriage vows on the state's first full day of legal same-sex
nuptials. Spencer Michels reports on the day and the legal battles ahead.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:11:25
Calif. Gay Marriages Raise Legal Questions Nationwide: The laws governing marriage nationwide are a
complicated state-by-state patchwork, with little or no interstate recognition. The recent ruling in California
legalizing same-sex marriage adds another layer of complexity to the legal landscape. Legal experts examine
these questions.

Category:        Community Politics, Government
NOLA:            MLNH 009156
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 6/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:42
Midwest's Levees, Land Use Questioned Amid Floods: More than two dozen levees along the Mississippi and
its tributaries have broken under heavy flooding, leaving many communities questioning the region's levee
system and land usage. Elizabeth Brackett reports from Illinois on the struggle to keep levees standing.

Category:      Community Politics, Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009158
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:11:33
Florida Seeks to Expand Everglades from Sugar Farmland: Florida agreed to buy almost 300 sq. miles of
farmland north of the wetlands from a U.S. Sugar company for $1.75 billion. The tentative deal will expand and
restore the Everglades, a key U.S. ecosystem, and relieve the sugar company from its financial bind.




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Category:     Community Politics, Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009159
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 6/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:07:39
In Landmark Ruling, Divided High Court Strikes Down Gun Ban: The Supreme Court rejected a District of
Columbia handgun ban in a 5-4 vote Thursday, the first time the court has issued a major ruling on gun rights.
Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal discusses the case.

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Category:       Consumerism
NOLA:            MLNH 009103
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60            Airdate: 4/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:35
Economics Writer Examines Oil's Shifting Market Position: In the first in a series of NewsHour interviews on
oil's standing in the rapidly changing world economy, author Vijay Vaitheeswaran discusses the causes and
effects of the recent rise in oil prices and how energy technologies will impact future business practices.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          MLNH 009104
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 4/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:16:15
FAA Audits Deal New Blow to Airline Industry, Travelers: American Airlines canceled some 900 flights
Thursday for a third day of deep-reaching schedule changes due to a new round of tighter FAA safety
inspections. An airline safety expert and an FAA representative examine the impact on the airline industry and
on passengers.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          MLNH 009105
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The               Version: SD-Base      Length: 60
Airdate: 4/11/2008 7:00 PM/502 Service: PBS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Rising Food Prices Felt Around the World: Soaring food prices and recent jumps in the price of rice -- a critical
food in the developing world -- have impacted communities and aid organizations across the globe. Independent
Television News reports on the increased price of rice.




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Category:     Consumerism
NOLA:         MLNH 009107
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 4/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:06:20
Proposed Delta-Northwest Merger Raises Questions for Airline Industry: A proposed Delta-Northwest airline
merger comes at a tumultuous time for an airline industry facing high fuel prices and questions over safety
procedures. An airline analyst describes the possible implications of the mega-merger and whether consumers
will benefit.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:           NBRT 028012
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/1/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Wall Street's Rally Is No April Fool's Joke; Democrats and Republicans Join Together To Search
For A Solution To The Housing Crisis; Rising Gas Prices & The Economy Are Stalling Car Sales; "Of Mutual
Interest"-Christine Benz, Director of Mutual Fund Analysis For Morning Star; "Last Word"-What Does $37B
Buy?; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Hugh Johnson, Chairman of Johnson Illington
Advisors.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028013
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/2/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Fed. Chairman Ben Bernanke Sees Recession and Recovery;
Despite The Market Retreat Experts Remain Optimistic; The Evolution of TDK; "Street Critique" -Hilary
Kramer, Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-Simplify...Simplify...Simplify.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028014
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/3/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Lakshman Achuthan, Managing Director of
the Economic Cycle Research Institute; What Led to the Grizzly Demise of Bear Stearns; Recession Resistant
Jobs; Harvesting The Gold From Investors In Their Golden Years; "Last Word"-You Can't Skirt The Kilt.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028015
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/4/2008 6:30 PM/500          Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Employment Numbers Generate More Recession Fears; What's
In The Foreclosure Prevention Bill; China's Economic Growth May Take Root In Latin Nations; "Market
Monitor"-Michael Hasenstab, Portfolio Mgr. Templeton Global Fund; "Last Word"-A Huge Slice of the Dot
Com Pie.




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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028016
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/7/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Alcoa's Earnings Tarnished By Disappointing Profits; Mergers
& Acquisitions Amid Recession Worries; The Colombia Free Trade Conflict; Investors Are Looking For Safe
Options To Stash Their Cash; Rising Food Prices Are Causing Concern in China; Kevin McCormally's Tax
Tips-Reporting Mutual Fund Sales; "Last Word"-Whiskey Makes The Rounds.

Category:       Consumerism
NOLA:           NBRT 028017
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/8/2008 6:30 PM/500         Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with William Gross, Founder & Chief Investment
Strategist of Pimco; Recession Worries Surface Among Fed. Policy Makers; The Price of The Iraq War
Continues To Rise; How Commodity Index Funds Are Changing The Futures Markets; "Kevin McCormally's
Tax Tips"-Joint Returns And Domestic Partners.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028018
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/9/2008 6:30 PM/500          Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Neiderauer;
Oil Prices Gush to a New Record High; The Boeing 787 Dreamliner Nightmare; The President and Congress
Come Together To Fight Foreclosures; "Street Critique"-Toan Tran, Equity Strategist at Morningstar; "Kevin
McCormallys"- Write-offs for Non-itemizers.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028019
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/10/2008 6:30 PM/500                 Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Early Easter Took The Spring Out of Retail Sales; "Bill of
Health"-Healthcare Comes To The Workplace; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"-IRA's for Almost All Ages;
Harold "Terry" McGraw Reacts to the Latest American Business Survey.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028020
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/11/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; GE Brings Some Not So Good Things To Light; The Global
Credit Crisis Brings The G-7 Finance Ministers And Central Bankers Together; "Kevin McCormally's Tax
Tips"-The Weekend Rush; "Market Monitor"- Abhijit Chakrabortti, Chief U.S. Investment Strategist at Morgan
Stanley.




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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028021
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/14/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Richard Bove, Banking Analyst at Punk,
Ziegel and Company; Wachovia And Bear Stearns Deliver 1st Quarter Disappointment; Delta And Northwest
May Be Filing A Merger Flight Plan; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"- Stepping Up Tax Basis on Inheritance;
"Last Word"-Tax Toll.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028022
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/15/2008 6:30 PM/500                 Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Financial Chips Are Stacked in Intel's Favor; The Delta-
Northwest Merger Lands, Makes Its First Successful Stop; The Sub-Prime Mortgage Mess Threatens Student
Loans; P&G CEO A.G. Lafley on Inspiration And Innovation; "Of Mutual Interest," -Tracking Bear Market
Funds; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"-Deadline Day.

Category:       Consumerism
NOLA:           COSE 014081
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 4/21/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS     Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a preview of the Pennsylvania Primary with Howard Fineman, Newsweek's Chief Political
Correspondent, Senior Editor and Deputy Washington Bureau Chief. Then, a conversation with Mickey
Drexler, CEO, J.Crew.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          MLNH 009118
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:16:18
Fed Cuts Rate Again in Latest Bid to Shore Up Economy: The Federal Reserve cut a key interest rate by a
quarter point Wednesday, bringing the federal funds rate down to its lowest level since late 2004. The move is
intended to help address the ongoing housing slump and credit crunch. Analysts discuss the Fed's action and the
economic strain on the American public.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028023
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/16/2008 6:30 PM/500                  Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Big Blue Scores Big Green in the 1st Quarter; Crude Oil Prices
Grease Inflation Worries; Anthony Chan of JPMorgan Private Client Services Offers His Outlook on Inflation;
Fighting Rising Food Prices Goes Global; "Street Critique"-Hilary Kramer. Author of "Ahead of the Curve;"
"Money File"- ETF Investing.




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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028024
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/17/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Google Makes Gains Despite the Slow Economy; Merrill
Lynch Misses The Mark; "Economic Choices 2008" -The Issue of Climate Change; "Commentary"-Reel Life
Lesson; "Tech Talk" -Going Green.

Category:       Consumerism
NOLA:           NBRT 028025
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30          Airdate: 4/18/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Citigroup And Caterpillar Calm The Volatile Markets;
Economic Choices 2008 - Housing and Pennsylvania; "Market Monitor"-Mark Leibovit, Chief Market
Strategist for Vrtrader.com; "Last Word"-Senior Spelling Bee.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028026
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/21/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Alex Patelis, Head of International
Economics at Merrill Lynch; What's Pumping The Oil Price Gusher?; Sallie Mae Needs Financial Aid From
The Treasury Department; "Commentary"-What's Good About The Housing Crisis; "Last Word"-Green
Monopoly.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028027
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/22/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Flow Closer To A New Record High; Commodities
Chaos Has Farmers Crying Foul; Stock Dividends Are Diminishing; Interbrand CEO Andy Bateman Shares
The Findings of His Company's Green Survey; "Of Mutual Interest"-Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for
"Money" Magazine and Author of "Your Money and Your Brain;" "Last Word"-Sunchips Go Green.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028028
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Macs & iPods Help Apple Beat The Street; Now May Not Be
The Time To Buy Into Oil Stocks; Uncle SAM May Soon Be Offering Student Loans; "Street Critique"-Patrick
O'Hare, Chief Market Analyst at briefing.com; "Money File"-401k's Hidden Costs; "Last Word"-Up in Smoke.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028029
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/24/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Microsoft's Good News/Bad News Day; One on One with
David Garrity, Director of Research at Dinosaur Securities; Arby's Finds The Beef By Buying Wendy's; New


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Home Sales Are In The Basement; "Bill of Health"- Telemedicine; "Commentary"-Food, Fuel And Finances
For Thought.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028030
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/25/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Calling The Economy A Slowdown Isn't Slowing Consumer
Concerns; First Quarter Corporate Commonalities; FHA's No Money Down Loan Program; Japan Stands Ready
To Answer The Global Food Crisis; "Market Monitor"- Dr. Hans Black, Chairman of Interinvest.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028031
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/28/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Sweet Mars/Wrigley's Deal; Boeing Says Its 787 Is Ready
For Take Off; American Trucking Association's CEO Bill Graves Explains The Impact of Oil Prices On His
Industry; "Commentary"-Financial Aid For Low Income Families.

Category:       Consumerism
NOLA:           NBRT 028032
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 4/29/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; "Meet the Buffetts"-Howard Buffett; There's High Interest In
Interest Rates; President Bush Calls on Congress To Rescue The Economy; "Of Mutual Interest," -John
Waggoner, Mutual Fund Columnist, "USA Today."

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028033
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/30/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Federal Reserve Makes The 7th Interest Rate Cut; Treasury
Secretary Henry Paulson Remains Optimistic About The Economy; "Meet the Buffetts"- Susie Buffett; "Last
Word"-The Icahn Blog.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          MLNH 009120
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:06:31
New Federal Rules Target Deceptive Credit Card Practices: The Federal Reserve proposed new credit card
regulations Friday in response to growing rancor over credit practices that are widely regarded as unfair and
deceptive. Robin Farzad of BusinessWeek Magazine explains the details and possible effects.




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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:           MLNH 009129
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/15/2008 6:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:07:39
Corn Farmers Prosper, Others Lose Out with Ethanol Use: As corn prices have risen with demand for ethanol in
recent years, corn farmers are prospering. But others -- such as hog farmers who rely on corn feed -- are facing
tough times, and some critics blame ethanol demand for rising food prices worldwide.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028034
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/1/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; ExxonMobil's Stock Slides Despite $11B Profit; As Fuel Prices
Rise Passenger Frustrations Take Off; "Meet the Buffetts" - Peter Buffett, The Youngest Buffett;
"Commentary"-The Political Climate And The Environment.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028035
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/2/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Latest Labor Report Works Up New Optimism; The
Federal Reserve Teams Up With Europe's Central Bankers; China's Gaming Industry Has Evolved Into A High
Roller; "Market Monitor"-Julius Maldutis, President And Chief Airline Analyst for Aviation Dynamics; "Last
Word"-"Tea and Sub-prime Sympathy."

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028036
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/5/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Summer Driving Season Drives Oil Prices Above $120;
Microsoft Bails on the $42B Yahoo! Bid; One on One with Warren Buffett, Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway; "A
Tale of Five Cities"-Washington, DC; "Commentary"-Optimism In An Ailing Economy; "Last Word"-
Chrysler's Answer to the Gas Crisis.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028037
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/6/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers;
Cisco Systems Computes Unexpected Earnings; Fannie Mae's Earnings Are In Keeping With The Housing
Crisis; What The Experts Are Saying About The Future of the Credit Crisis; "Tale of Five Cities"-Manhattan,
NY; "Of Mutual Interest"-Rusty Robinson, Portfolio Manager, Monteagle Value Fund.




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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028038
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/7/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil's Record Run Continues; The House Works On Building A
Bill To Resolve The Housing Crisis; "A Tale of Five Cities"-Southeast Michigan; "Street Critique"-Hilary
Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech Research and Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-
How Best To Buy In This Housing Market.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:           NBRT 028039
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/8/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Wal-Mart And Costco Ring Up Sales In April; "A Tale of Five
Cities"-Silicon Valley, California; "Bill of Health"-Hospitals Go Green; "Commentary"-Gas Price Solutions;
"Last Word"-The Value of Mom.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028040
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/9/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Susan Wachter, Real Estate Professor at the
Wharton School of Business; What's Fueling Rising Oil Prices?; "A Tale of Five Cities"-Cape Coral, Florida;
"Market Monitor"-Al Goldman, Chief Market Strategist for Wachovia Securities.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028041
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/12/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Alan Skrainka, Chief Market Strategist at
Edward Jones; Credit Crunch May Be Easing But The Recession Is Only Beginning; 2nd Quarter Low Profits
But High Expectations; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Your Retirement Lifestyle; "Commentary"-
Corn Ethanol May Not Be A Healthy Choice.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028042
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/13/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Wal-Mart's Happy Face May Not Smile Through The Summer;
"Green Options: Fuel"-Hybrid Corn; Kiva President Premal Shah, Says Farmers And Crops Are Still Coming
In; "Commentary"-Colombia FTA.




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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:           NBRT 028043
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/14/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Street Critique -- Kevin Depew, Executive Editor of Minyanville.com; Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the
News; Food Prices Take A Bigger Bite Out of U.S. Budgets; "Green Options: Fuel"-Ethanol from Sugar;
"Money File"-Money Management Summer School; "Last Word"-A Different Kind of Horsepower.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028044
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/15/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Lack of Money Is Weighing Down The Housing Rescue Plan;
"Green Options: Fuel"-Bacteria; "Tech Talk"-CBS Spins A New Cable/Tech Web; "Commentary"-A Difficult
Economy Requires Difficult Decisions; Tokyo's Temp Triumphs And Troubles.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:           BMJL 001207
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/24/2008 2:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
EXPOSÉ on the JOURNAL - Chemicals in Our Food: There may be a potentially dangerous chemical leaching
into our food from the containers that we use every day. THE JOURNAL and EXPOSÉ examine why, even
though studies show that the chemical Bisphenol A can cause cancer and other health problems in lab animals,
the manufacturers, their lobbyists, and U.S. regulators say it's safe; Help Wanted: A Bill Moyers essay on the
administration's record of resignations; Jeffrey Toobin: One of the most recognized legal journalists in the
country, discusses what the Supreme Court might look like after the 2008 election; Memorial Day: A Bill
Moyers essay on honoring our veterans this Memorial Day.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          MLNH 009132
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:09:35
BPA Dropped From Some Plastics Amid Health Concerns: Bisphenol A, or BPA, is a chemical commonly
found in hard plastic bottles such as Nalgenes and other everyday plastic products. However, increasing
concerns about BPA's alleged toxicity has caused Nalgene to stop using it to make bottles.

Category:     Consumerism
NOLA:         MLNH 009135
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base           Length: 60              Airdate: 5/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:11:18
Consumers Face Tough Choices as Gas Prices Rise: As the summer travel season begins this Memorial Day
weekend, American motorists are shifting their consumption patterns as they adjust to higher prices at the gas
pump. Experts examine how consumers are handling the higher fuel prices.




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Category:     Consumerism
NOLA:          MLNH 009137
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 5/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:31
FDA's Approval of Cloned Beef for Human Consumption Ignites Debate: The Food and Drug Administration
recently approved meat and milk from cloned cows as safe for human consumption. However, some observers
believe the FDA's decision was hasty and more study of the issue is needed. Tom Bearden reports on the
controversy.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028045
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/16/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; New Home Sales Are Up But That's Not Necessarily A Good
Thing; "Green Options: Fuel"-Under the Sea; "Market Monitor"-Chris Davis, Portfolio Manager of the Davis
Selected American Shares; "Economic Choices 2008"-- John McCain's Economic Advisor Explains The
Candidate's Energy Plans And Policies; "Last Word"-National Bike To Work Day.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028046
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/19/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Mohamed El-Erian, co-CEO, Pimco;
Landmark Housing Rescue Legislation Is Building; The Inflation Impact on Bonds; "Get Your Finances Ready
For Retirement"-How Much Do You Need To Retire?; "Commentary"-Spending Restraint.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028047
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/20/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Rises, Stocks Fall & Producer Prices Are Pumped;
Transportation Stocks Are Pumped; Prince William County Fights The Foreclosure Flood; "Pain at the Pump,"-
Alternative Commuting; "Of Mutual Interest"- Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for "Money" magazine and
Author of "Your Money and Your Brain."

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028048
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/21/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Reaches A Crude New Record High; The Energy Crisis
Fuels A Grilling On Capitol Hill; "Pain at the Pump"-Impact on Small Businesses; "Street Critique" -Hilary
Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech Research and Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-
Price Panic.




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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028049
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/22/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Impact of Rising Oil Prices On All Aspects of the
Economy; "Pain at the Pump"-The Impact on State And Local Government; "Bill of Health"-"Wii-hab;"
"Commentary"-Invaluable Wisdom; "Last Word"-The Chocolate Commodity.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028050
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Dennis Decota, Exec. Dir. California Service
Station & Automotive Repair Association; The Housing Market Continues To Head Toward The Basement;
Large Caps Are Doing Small Things In This Rough Economy; "Market Monitor"-Douglas Jimerson, Editor and
Publisher of "National Trendlines;" "Last Word"-Antler Increase.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028052
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/27/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Stephen Wood, Senior Portfolio Strategist at
Russell Investments; Bargain Hunters Give New Home Sales A Much Needed Boost; Airline Stocks Rise as
Crude Oil Prices Fall; The Slow Economy Has Employers Putting The Brakes On Perks; "Of Mutual Interest"-
John Waggoner, Mutual Fund Columnist at "USA Today."

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028053
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/28/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Crude Oil Prices Continue to Rise; Air Travel Is Losing Class;
Sales Tax Meets Cyber Sales; "Street Critique"-Gene Marcial, "Inside Wall Street" Columnist at
"BusinessWeek;" "Money File"-Growing A Teen Millionaire.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028054
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/29/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Dell Computes Big Earnings And Surprising Overseas Sales;
The Slowing Economy Has Shoppers Speeding To Warehouse Clubs; The End of the Bear Stearns Era; The
Airline Industry's Tug of War With Technology For Business Travelers; "Commentary"-Getting On Board With
Online Voting.




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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028055
Series Title: Nightly Business Report
Version: SD-Base             Length: 30           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks In the News; Consumers Are Financially Spent; CFTC Chairman Walter
Lukken Offers His Ideas About Rising Oil Prices; China's Building Boom; "Market Monitor"-Bernie Schaeffer,
Chairman of Schaeffer's Investment Research.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          FLMA 000000
Series Title: FLEA MARKET DOCUMENTARY, A                               Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/9/2008 9:00 PM              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A FLEA MARKET DOCUMENTARY travels from the gigantic Rose Bowl Market in Pasadena, California, to
the busy but modest-sized Eastern Market in Washington, D.C., talking with organizers, vendors, food
merchants and shoppers. This program is a celebration of the unusual people and the enticing things that can be
found in parking lots, fairgrounds, drive-ins, sidewalks, and where else someone has posed a sign saying, "Flea
Market." It's capitalism mixed with craziness. It's amazing old stuff, great salespeople, the ancient tradition of
the open-air market, and the possibility of finding a bargain, all uniting shoppers across the nation.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          MLNH 009142
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:07:16
'Guns, Germs, and Steel' Author Discusses Costly Crude and the Future of Oil: In another of the NewsHour's
ongoing 'Costly Crude' series, geography professor and famed author Jared Diamond discusses the future of oil
in view of current high prices.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          MLNH 009146
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:09:08
Fuel Costs, Job Losses Batter U.S. Economy: Rising fuel prices and news of massive job losses buffeted an
already shaken U.S. economy in the past week. The record energy prices are affecting the cost of everything
from baked goods to diapers. Journalists John Authers and Roben Farzad discuss how the prices got that high
and whether it appears they will stay that way.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:           MLNH 009147
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:08:58
Salmonella Concerns Prompt Widespread Tomato Recalls: Concerns over salmonella contamination have led
the FDA to issue nationwide health warnings for tomatoes. This in turn has led to many vendors recalling or
prohibiting the use of tomatoes in their products. A food safety journalist discusses the tomato health scare.




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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028056
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/2/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris; Big
Bank Shake Ups; Recession or Recovery? Where Is The Economy?; The Corporate Combat Surrounding the
Climate Security Act; "Commentary"-Oil And Digital Technology.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028057
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Short
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/3/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; New Concerns About Lehman Brothers' Liquidity; Inflation
Continues To Draw Strength From The Sagging Dollar; SUV Drivers Looking To Downsize Are Hitting
Financial Roadblocks; "Of Mutual Interest"-William Hench, Assistant Portfolio Manager, Royce Opportunity
Fund; "Last Word"-The Bubbly That Swims With The Fishes.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028058
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/4/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices...Peak or Pullback?; "Economic Choices-2008"-
Business & Politics; Weather & Risk Management; "Street Critique"-Kevin Depew, Executive Editor
minyanville.com; "Money File"-Inflation Issues And Your Portfolio.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028059
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/5/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Credit Rating Agencies Get An Overhaul; Lawmakers Gun For
Bear in the Bear Stearns Bail Out; Honeywell Aerospace CEO Robert Gillette Talks About Flying Amid The
Fuel Crisis; "Green Options"-Recycling And Reusing Soybean Oil; "Commentary"-Capital Costs.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028060
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/6/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices And Unemployment Rock Wall Street; John Kilduff,
Energy Analyst at MF Global Offers An Outlook on Oil; "Market Monitor"-Derwood Chase, President of Chase
Investment Counsel.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028061
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/9/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Slide As The Dollar Picks Up Strength; The Air
Force Works To Recruit Alternative Fuel Sources; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Relocating in
Retirement; "Commentary"-Repairing the Housing Crisis.


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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028062
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/10/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Higher Interest Rates May Be On The Horizon; Spirit Airlines'
CEO Shares His Company's Financial Flight Plan; Economic Choices 2008 - Obama And McCain And Taxes;
"Of Mutual Interest,"-Real Estate Mutual Funds; "Commentary"-Ways to Repair Our Financial Regulatory
System; "Last Word"-Presents For Dad.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028063
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/11/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Bruce Kasman, Chief Economist of
JPMorgan; Stocks Slide As Oil Prices Rise; The SEC Takes Aim At Credit Rating Agencies; "Economic
Choices 2008"-The Great Tax Divide; "Street Critique"-Hilary Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech
Research; "Money File" -Gas Budgeting.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028064
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/12/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Yahoo!/Google Connection; Lehman Brothers Rebuilds
With Top Management Shake Ups; "Economic Choices '2008"-Dan Tarullo, Shares Sen. Barack Obama's
Economic Strategy; Help Wanted--Teens to Fill Summer Jobs; "Bill of Health"-Self Service in the ER.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028065
Series Title: Nightly Business Report            Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/13/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks In The News; Gas Prices Pump Up Consumer Prices; Corn Prices Continue
To Pop As Flood Waters Rise; Commuters Resort to the Rails As Gas Prices Rise; "Market Monitor"- John
Hughes, President of Quantum Capital Management; "Commentary"-The Rules Of Doing Business Overseas.

Category:     Consumerism
NOLA:          EEDI 000201
Series Title: Everyday Edisons               Episode Title: I'm an Everyday Edison       Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 6/22/2008 2:00 PM              Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Other
Vietnam-born Michael Diep creates a cat's scratching post that improves on existing models. Matt Fleming's
new take on ping pong re-invents one of the most popular games of all time. Serial inventor Theodore
Tomaiuolo re-invents the first-aid bandage, and James Jenkins solves a common shopping problem with his
innovative design. Mark and Cody Fox, two brothers with a famous father, improve on a common textbook
problem; and Mingwei Zhang, a Chinese acupuncturist, devises a new fitness product.




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Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028066
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/16/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Saudi's And The Weak Dollar Fuel Crude's Latest Climb;
Morgan Stanley Chief Credit Strategist Greg Peters, Sees Banks Vulnerable To Bankruptcy; Inflation In India;
"Commentary"-Halftime for the Year 2008.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028067
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/17/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with William Gross, Chief Investment Officer of
Pimco; Inflation And The Producer Price Index; The CFTC Heads To The Hill To Announce An Oil
Agreement; "Of Mutual Interest"-Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for "Money" Magazine; "Last Word"-
Hershey Gets Sweet On Gas.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028068
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/18/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Royal Caribbean Chairman And CEO Richard
Fain; FedEx Delivers Dismal Quarterly Earnings; To Offshore Drill or Not To Offshore Drill...; "Street
Critique"-Patrick O'Hare, Chief Market Analyst, briefing.com; "Money File"-Fight The Fees.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028069
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Great Mortgage Fund Crackdown; Investment Strategists
Offer Their Outlook For Oil And Stocks; Rep. Barney Frank Explains the Building of the Mortgage Bailout
Bill; "Commentary"-Talking Up Innovative Inspiration; "Last Word"-Homemade Hybrid.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028070
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Surge In Anticipation of The Saudi Summit; The
Impact of the Midwest Flooding on the Economy; China's Pre-Olympic Anti Pollution Plan; "Market Monitor"-
Eugene Peroni, Jr., Sr. V.P. of Equity Research Advisors, Asset Management.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:           NOWD 000425
Series Title: NOW on PBS              Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 8:30 PM/502               Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
The global middle class is expected to swell by more than 1 billion people over the next decade, with the
biggest increases in China and India. While millions are being lifted out of poverty as a result, the booming
middle class is also consuming more global resources. As a result, prices for everything from steel to gasoline to


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food are soaring. This week NOW reports from Pune, India, where college graduates are getting tech jobs,
traditional families are flocking to the new mall, and professionals are hoping their new-found economic might
will make their country an even bigger global player. But can America's middle-class - and the rest of the world
- afford this unprecedented shift in the global economy?

Category:       Consumerism
NOLA:           EEDI 000202
Series Title: Everyday Edisons               Episode Title: The Dream Team              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 6/29/2008 2:00 PM               Service: PBS-PLUS           Format: Other
Inventor Sheldon Levinson introduces viewers to a bubble machine with a twist; nurses Mary Kisko and Lisa
Glickstein show off their innovative pet accessory; and MIT student Aaron Tang's invention is an alarm clock
that will get anyone out of bed. Co-inventors Randall Hatfield and Joseph Simmons solve an electrical cord
problem; stay-at-home dad William Pitt creates every skateboarder's dream; and Robert Lemire creates the
perfect picture-hanging device.

Category:       Consumerism
NOLA:           MLNH 009157
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:12:38
Increasing Fuel Costs Raise New Energy Concerns: Concerns over high oil prices continue as lawmakers
struggle to find production solutions. Two energy consultants discuss the factors behind the ongoing price
jumps and analyze the trajectory of fuel costs for the near future.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          MLNH 009159
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 6/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:06
California Community Hit Hard by Economy's Fall: Residents of a once-prosperous California community are
feeling an economic pinch as home foreclosures, the credit crunch, low consumer confidence and high oil prices
have hurt the U.S. economy.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028071
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Spectator's Role in the Oil Market; The Federal Reserve
Prepares To Take On Rising Gas Prices; Ways Regional Banks Are Raising Capital; "Get Your Finances
Ready"-Staying Put, The Pros And Cons of Reverse Mortgage; "Commentary"-The Half Empty Economy;
"Last Word"-The Lunch With Buffett Bidding War Begins.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028072
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/24/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Consumer Lack of Confidence in the Economy; Dow
Chemical's CEO and Chairman Andrew Liveris Talks About His Company's Price Hike; "Economic Choices


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2008"-The TV Ad Boom; "Made in America"-The Furniture Industry; "Of Mutual Interest,"-John Waggoner,
Mutual Fund Columnist at "USA Today."

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028073
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/25/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Interest Rates Remain Unchanged; The SEC's New Rules For
Credit Rating; "Green Options"-Governor Charlie Crist's Climate for Change Conference; "Money File"-
Uncovering Affordable Travel Deals.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028074
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Dow's Drastic 358 Point Dive; Commerce Secretary Carlos
Gutierrez Talks About The Economy's Slow Growth; "Just Price Solutions" Could Open The Door To Home
Ownership For First Time Buyers; "Bill of Health"-Robo Replacements.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028075
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Up And Stocks Down; KB Home Builds A Big Quarterly
Loss; "Market Monitor"-Ernie Ankrim, Chief Investment Strategist for Russell Investments; "Commentary"-
Why Should We Change Our Oil Using Ways?; "Last Word"-Soda Sponsored Wedding.

Category:      Consumerism
NOLA:          NBRT 028076
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/30/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with John Kilduff, Energy Analyst at MF Global;
Jittery June Ends Along With Optimism For The Third Quarter; The Crop Report Harvests Good News For The
Agriculture Markets; Second Quarter Wrap With Sam Stovall, Chief Investment Strategist at Standard & Poor's
Equity Research.




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Category:     Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          MLNH 009100
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review             Segment Length: 00:08:16
40 Years After MLK's Assassination, A Look Back: Forty years ago, civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King Jr.
was assassinated on his hotel balcony in Memphis. Judy Woodruff looks back on that fateful day in American
history.

Category:        Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:             MLNH 009107
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base           Length: 60              Airdate: 4/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:18:41
Papal Visit Prompts Reflection on U.S. Catholic Identity: Pope Benedict XVI arrived in the U.S. Tuesday for
his first official visit -- a trip aimed partly at rallying Catholics still struggling with the aftermath of a clergy sex
abuse scandal. Experts on religion examine U.S. Catholicism and how Americans view the pope.

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          TASM 001377
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/17/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former WorldCom VP, Cynthia Cooper, describes the personal toll of being a whistle-blower and what it's like
to face your boss in a courtroom. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges explains the title of his recent
book, "I Don't Believe in Atheists."

Category:        Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:            ILDT 000000
Series Title: Illicit: The Dark Trade          Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/18/2008 5:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
National Geographic explores the dark side of globalization and the underground economy. Based on the book,
"Illicit," by Dr. Moises Naim, highly acclaimed editor of Foreign Policy Magazine, this TV special explores the
onslaught of illicit activities exploding worldwide and the consequences of globalization spurring arms
trafficking and human smuggling to money laundering and music bootlegging.




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Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          MLNH 009108
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:08:03
Supreme Court Votes 7-2 to Allow Lethal Injection: The Supreme Court voted Wednesday to uphold
Kentucky's use of lethal injection, allowing the continuation of executions on hold since September. The court
also heard arguments on the legality of the death penalty for child rapists. Marcia Coyle discusses the cases.

Category:     Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          MLNH 009116
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 4/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:07:37
Ruling on Voter ID Law May Spur Tighter State Regulation: The Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 Monday to
uphold an Indiana law requiring voters to show photo identification at polling stations. The National Law
Journal's Marcia Coyle examines the impact of the Supreme Court decisions on voters and state regulations.

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          TASM 001382
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/24/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Alabama governor Don Siegelman, who was recently released from prison, argues that the Justice
Department is being used as a political tool. Journalist and author of "A Crime So Monstrous," E. Benjamin
Skinner, says there are more slaves in the world today than at any point in human history.

Category:       Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           WWIR 004742
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30          Airdate: 4/18/2008 8:00 PM/502             Service: PBS
Pennsylvania, the pope, and the death penalty, this week on "Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL)
said, "During the course of the last few days, she's said I'm elitist, out of touch, condescending." Sen. Hillary
Clinton (D-NY) said, "What we have to do as Democrats is make sure we get enough votes to win in
November." The fur is flying. Sen. Obama said, "You just got to kind of let it - you know." The Pennsylvania
primary is days away and the stakes are crystal clear. What does each candidate have to do? And will Sen. John
McCain (R-AZ) benefit from Democratic infighting? He said, "They're going to raise your taxes by thousands
of dollars a year and they have the audacity to hope you don't mind." A man who knows a thing or two about
hope did make it to the White House this week - Pope Benedict XVI. He said to the crowd, "God bless
America." He's praying for U.S. Catholics, plus the Supreme Court weighs in on a critical death penalty case.
Covering these stories, John Harwood of CNBC and the New York Times, David Shribman of the Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette, Michael Duffy of Time magazine, and Joan Biskupic of USA Today.




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Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           MLNH 009122
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:06:49
Mildred Loving, Key Figure in Civil Rights Era, Dies: In 1967, the Supreme Court ruled in the case of Loving
v. Virginia that laws against interracial marriage were unconstitutional. Mildred Loving, a black woman
married to a white man, had been prosecuted under one such Virginia law in 1958 and challenged it in the high
court. Loving died in early May at the age of 68.

Category:     Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          MLNH 009129
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:11:36
Calif. Court Ruling Renews Debate Over Gay Marriage: The California Supreme Court cleared the way for
same-sex marriages in the state Thursday, striking down a ban on gay and lesbian nuptials as unconstitutional.
Analysts examine reaction to the ruling and its possible impact on the gay marriage debate.

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          NOWD 000419
Series Title: NOW on PBS              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/9/2008 8:30 PM/502              Service: PBS
America passed a grim milestone this year: One in every 100 Americans is now behind bars. This week, NOW
on PBS investigates the government's trend to outsource prisons and prisoners to the private sector, and
examines the controversy it's causing. We travel to Colorado, where the debate over prison privatization is
boiling over. Should incarceration be incorporated?

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          WWIR 004744
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/2/2008 8:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The Democratic race tightens. Which voters and what issues could decide it all, this week on "Washington
Week." At the top of the heap, the economy: Pres. George W. Bush said, "I will tell you that these are very
difficult economic times - very difficult." Jobs lost, gas prices soaring and another interest rate cut. What will or
can the president or the candidates do about it all? Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) proposed, "Just for the summer,
why don't we give the American people a little break?" The candidates spar about solutions and the Democratic
frontrunner Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) tries to shake off the Jeremiah Wright controversy. He said, "It
contradicts everything that I'm about and who I am." Surrogates play their part. Former Democratic Party leader
Joe Andrew said, "I'm announcing that I'm going to support Senator Barack Obama for president of the United
States of America." Gov. Mike Easley said about Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY), "This lady right here makes
Rocky Balboa look like a pansy." But can Hillary Clinton still win? She said, "I sometimes feel like the
Goldilocks of this campaign." Plus the Supreme Court weighs in on a critical Indiana voting case. Covering the
week: David Wessel of the Wall Street Journal, Charles Babington of the Associated Press, John Harwood of
CNBC and the New York Times, and Pete Williams of NBC News.




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Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           BMJL 001207
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/24/2008 2:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
EXPOSÉ on the JOURNAL - Chemicals in Our Food: There may be a potentially dangerous chemical leaching
into our food from the containers that we use every day. THE JOURNAL and EXPOSÉ examine why, even
though studies show that the chemical Bisphenol A can cause cancer and other health problems in lab animals,
the manufacturers, their lobbyists, and U.S. regulators say it's safe; Help Wanted: A Bill Moyers essay on the
administration's record of resignations; Jeffrey Toobin: One of the most recognized legal journalists in the
country, discusses what the Supreme Court might look like after the 2008 election; Memorial Day: A Bill
Moyers essay on honoring our veterans this Memorial Day.

Category:       Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           FROW 000704
Series Title: Frontline/World                 Episode Title: Crimes at the Border           Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/27/2008 10:00 PM/501          Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
In a joint project with The New York Times, FRONTLINE/World correspondent Lowell Bergman investigates
the business of human smuggling across the busy ports of entry between Mexico and the United States. In
Tijuana, masses of people attempt to cross illegally every day with the help of increasingly organized and
expensive smugglers. Bergman explores the region to find that this illicit but lucrative business is expanding,
and U.S. border agents are subject to an increased risk of corruption. He follows the dramatic story of one such
corrupt U.S. border guard, the risky business he became involved in, and what the U.S. government is doing
about the problem.

Category:        Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:            INLE 000922
Series Title: Independent Lens                Episode Title: A Dream In Doubt             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60           Airdate: 5/22/2008 3:00 AM/500          Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
It was the first hate-based murder in the wake of September 11, 2001 - one of thousands of reported and
unreported hate crimes in the years that followed. The victim: a turbaned Sikh man in Mesa, Arizona, where his
family had sought religious freedom. The family is still determined to believe in the American Dream, even as
the nightmare continues for many religious and ethnic minorities in a climate of xenophobia and fear.

Category:       Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           MLNH 009130
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60          Airdate: 5/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:07:00
MySpace-related Suicide Puts Focus on Cyber Bullying: A Missouri woman was indicted on federal charges
related to the suicide of a 13-year-old MySpace user this week. An Internet and privacy lawyer considers the
world of cyber bullying and how the law and the use of the Web intersect.




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Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          MLNH 009131
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:06:16
Supreme Court Upholds Child Pornography Law: The Supreme Court upheld a 2003 federal law's provision
criminalizing the promotion or presentation of child pornography. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal
analyzes the Court's decision.

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:07:24
Polygamy Ruling Raises Legal Debate on State Power: A Texas state appeals court ruled on Thursday that child
welfare officials had no right to seize more than 400 children taken last month from the Yearning For Zion
Ranch, a polygamous sect's compound in the state. The ruling however does not make clear what will happen to
the children or the legal position of their parents.

Category:     Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          MLNH 009137
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:06:26
Justices Back Workers in Race, Age Discrimination Suits: The high court sided Tuesday with employees -- one
at a Cracker Barrel restaurant, one a postal worker -- who sought to file lawsuits after facing retaliation for
complaining about race and age discrimination. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal examines the cases.

Category:         Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:             NOWD 000421
Series Title: NOW on PBS                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/23/2008 8:30 PM/502             Service: PBS
There are more women serving in the military than ever before, and they're in danger but not just from combat.
Last year, nearly 1,400 women reported being assaulted and raped by their fellow soldiers, in some cases by
their commanding officers. The shocking phenomenon is called military sexual trauma, or MST. Since NOW
first aired its investigation into rape and sexual assault in the military last year, the Pentagon has released new
reports in which one-third of military women say they've been sexually harassed. And the number of women
reporting assault and rape has essentially remained the same even though the military says it has invested
serious resources to combat the problem. This week NOW talks to women soldiers who signed up to defend
their countries but instead had to defend themselves from assault and rape by their own fellow soldiers. How are
these women picking up the pieces of their life after military sexual trauma?

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           NOWD 000422
Series Title: NOW on PBS                         Version: SD-Short
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/30/2008 8:30 PM/502                  Service: PBS
Child prostitution is on the rise not just in other countries around the world, but right here in America. The
Department of Justice says, on any given day, tens of thousands of children across America are involved in


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prostitution. But what's being done to stop it? This week NOW visits Atlanta, Georgia to see how one American
city is handling the tragic phenomenon of child prostitution. It is one of 27 American cities where the problem
seems to be spinning out of control.

Category:       Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           COSE 014117
Series Title: Charlie Rose              Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/9/2008 11:30 PM/503                  Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the price of oil with Charles Maxwell, Richard Berner, James Burkhard and Amy
Myers Jaffe. Then, a conversation with author Misha Glenny about his book "McMafia: A Journey Through the
Global Criminal Underworld."

Category:     Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          INLE 000924
Series Title: Independent Lens              Episode Title: Writ Writer          Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/5/2008 3:00 AM/500          Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
WRIT WRITER reveals a little-known battle of the Civil Rights Movement, led by an indigent, under-educated
prisoner. Texas-born, Mexican American Fred Cruz came of age and found his life's calling in prison, where the
sanctioned cruelty and brutality among inmates and guards moved him to fight the state prison system in the
court of law.

Category:     Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:         MLNH 009144
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short            Length: 60             Airdate: 6/5/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:10:39
Accused 9/11 Plotters Begin Trials as Legal Issues Linger: Five accused Sept. 11 plotters, including the alleged
mastermind of the attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, appeared in a Guantanamo military court for the first
time Thursday. A reporter looks at the proceedings and the legal issues they raise.

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          MLNH 009148
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60            Airdate: 6/11/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:10:41
Arizona's Illegal Immigration Laws Put to the Test: Last year, Arizona passed 15 bills and resolutions giving
police more tools to go after illegal immigrants, one of several states tightening immigration laws. Jeffrey Kaye
of KCET-Los Angeles examines the impact of the new regulations.

Category:       Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           MLNH 009149
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60               Airdate: 6/12/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:18:07
Justices Rule Terror Suspects Can Appeal Detentions: A Supreme Court ruling Thursday granted Guantanamo
detainees the right to challenge their cases in civilian courts. Experts examine the case and its impact on anti-
terror efforts.



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Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          NAAT 002313
Series Title: Nature                   Episode Title: Crime Scene Creatures
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60              Airdate: 6/2/2008 12:00 AM/500
Service: PBS            Format: Documentary                   Segment Length: 00:56:46
Meet a host of scientists and law enforcement agents who are enlisting crime-solving recruits from the natural
world. Watch remarkable real-life case studies reconstructed to reveal the elegant detective work that animals
and plants carry out. Flies and their maggots reveal how long a body has lain undiscovered. Microscopic pollen
can match a killer to the scene of his crime. Sniffer dogs can track distant criminals and detect tiny quantities of
gasoline used to mount an arson attack. Even terrorists can be snared by animal crime busters -- maggots found
in the aftermath of an explosion can be analyzed for traces of chemicals, giving vital clues as to who carried out
the attack.

Category:       Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           WWIR 004750
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/13/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The Supreme Court rocks the house, and the candidates hurl rocks at each other, this week on Washington
Week. The Supreme Court rules that terror suspects at Guantanamo can challenge their detention in federal
court - a big decision with legal and political implications. Pres. George W. Bush responded, "We'll abide by
the court's decision. That doesn't mean I have to agree with it." Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) said, "It's a
vindication for those of us who argued from the beginning that it was unwise as well as unconstitutional." But
everything has political implications this year, as former Hillary Clinton backers switch sides. Standing beside
Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and his wife, Gov. Strickland said, "You're seeing here today in Columbus, Ohio,
the next president and the next first lady." And as the two candidates spar over everything from taxes to gas
prices, to presumed guilt by association. Obama said, "The centerpiece of John McCain's economic plan
amounts to a full-throated endorsement of George Bush's policy." And also this week, a remembrance of our
friend and colleague Tim Russert. Covering the week, Linda Greenhouse of the New York Times, Karen
Tumulty of Time magazine, Juliet Eilperin of the Washington Post, and David Wessel of the Wall Street
Journal.

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           MLNH 009151
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:17
Poetry Program Gives Prisoners Unexpected Voice: For more than 30 years, poet and professor Richard Shelton
has traveled to a high security prison in Arizona to run a program that encourages prisoners to write and read
poetry.

Category:     Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:         MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60              Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:04:58
Senate Panel Examines Origins of Interrogation Tactics: A Senate Armed Services Committee hearing Tuesday
examined the evolution of interrogation tactics developed for terrorist suspects and how they apply to U.S. law.



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Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:11:25
Calif. Gay Marriages Raise Legal Questions Nationwide: The laws governing marriage nationwide are a
complicated state-by-state patchwork, with little or no interstate recognition. The recent ruling in California
legalizing same-sex marriage adds another layer of complexity to the legal landscape. Legal experts examine
these questions.

Category:       Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           MLNH 009154
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:09:59
Mortgage Fraud Sweep Nets Hundreds of Arrests: The Justice Department and the FBI announced hundreds of
arrests Thursday for mortgage fraud, which is blamed for sparking a national credit crisis and nationwide
housing crisis. An NPR correspondent and Columbia Law professor examine the government crackdown.

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          MLNH 009155
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 6/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:13:22
Wiretapping Bill Heads to Senate After Telecoms Debate: The House approved a wide-ranging terror
surveillance overhaul Friday. Caroline Fredrickson of the ACLU and George Terwilliger, a former deputy
attorney general for the first President Bush, examine the measure.

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:           MLNH 009158
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:08:36
Justices Cut Valdez Damages, Rule on Child Rape: The Supreme Court rejected use of the death penalty for
those convicted of child rape Wednesday and cut the punitive damages awarded for the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil
spill. The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle recaps the decisions.

Category:     Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:         MLNH 009159
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 6/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:07:39
In Landmark Ruling, Divided High Court Strikes Down Gun Ban: The Supreme Court rejected a District of
Columbia handgun ban in a 5-4 vote Thursday, the first time the court has issued a major ruling on gun rights.
Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal discusses the case.




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Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          MLNH 009160
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:13:01
Supreme Court Term Left Door Open for Future Disputes: By the close of the Supreme Court's term Thursday,
the justices made landmark decisions on cases regarding gun ownership, the death penalty and the legal rights
of detainees. Legal experts weigh the rulings and what they indicate about future court battles.

Category:      Crime/Legal Issues/Law Enforcement
NOLA:          WWIR 004752
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base                Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 8:00 PM/502                Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Landmark Supreme Court rulings, unity in New Hampshire, and a nuclear reversal; a lot to talk about this week
on "Washington Week." The Supreme Court ends its term with a bang, striking down a law that banned guns,
and yet another one that imposed the death penalty on child rapists. How could one court do two such different
things? We look at the end of the term. The Democrats kiss and make up. At a campaign event with Sen. Barack
Obama (D-IL), Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "We may have started on separate paths, but today our paths
have merged. Today, we are coming together for the same goal: to elect Barack Obama as the next President of
the United States." Obama responded to the cheering crowd, "She rocks. She rocks. That's the point I'm trying
to make." Or do they? What can Hillary Clinton do for Barack Obama? And what can he do for her? While
back at the White House, a change of heart on North Korea. Pres. George W. Bush said, "Multilateral
diplomacy is the best way to peacefully solve the nuclear issue with North Korea." The isolated nation no
longer considered a state sponsor of terrorism. Is it no longer a nuclear threat? Covering the week: Linda
Greenhouse of the New York Times, Pete Williams of NBC News, James Barnes of National Journal, and Peter
Baker of the New York Times.

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Category:      Culture
NOLA:          INLE 000918
Series Title: Independent Lens         Episode Title: Companeras      Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/3/2008 3:00 AM/500             Service: PBS Format: Documentary
COMPAÑERAS profiles America’s first all-female mariachi band, Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles. Founded
in 1994, the band members shatter age-old stereotypes while expanding the popularity of mariachi music. In a
culture and a musical tradition that has always been male-dominated, these women are true pioneers.

Category:      Culture
NOLA:           CARR 000105 Stacked
Series Title: Carrier
Episode Title: Show of Force/Groundhog Day         Version: SD-Stacked Embedded Promo
Length: 120        Airdate: 4/29/2008 9:00 PM/502         Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
"Show of Force" -- The mission really kicks off when the Nimitz arrives in the Gulf. The conditions are
extreme: flight deck personnel endure temperatures hovering around 120 degrees, while the pilots undertake



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grueling six-hour missions over Iraq. The F-18s are mounted with infrared cameras, enabling them to serve as
the "eyes in the sky" to support the troops on the ground. Some of the pilots are frustrated that they’re not
dropping bombs because, as they describe it, that’s what they’ve been trained to do. The aircraft carrier’s role
and effectiveness in this particular war are questioned. Meanwhile, the strike group searches for terrorists on
small dhows and intercepts cargo ships to search for weapons and bomb-making materials. "Groundhog Day" --
After two months in the Gulf, one day starts to become indistinguishable from the next. The airwing still hasn’t
dropped a single bomb, which is frustrating for some on board. The only relief comes from a port call in
Bahrain, where some sailors relax by the pool, while others visit a mosque and learn about Muslim culture. The
Princeton, one of the escort ships in the Nimitz strike group, loses a man overboard; an intense search to find
the lost sailor ensues.

Category:      Culture
NOLA:          MLNH 009117
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 4/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:07:24
Novelist Junot Diaz Weaves Cultures and Languages: From the "Fuku" of the Dominican Republic to Klingon
from Star Trek, the world of author Junot Diaz is a vibrant mix of cultures and languages. He discusses his
influences and winning the Pulitzer Prize earlier this month for his novel, "The Brief Wondrous Life of Wao."

Category:       Culture
NOLA:           INLE 000921
Series Title: Independent Lens        Episode Title: Na Kamalei: The Men of Hula            Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/8/2008 3:00 AM/500            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Follow the journey of legendary teacher Robert Cazimero and the only all-male hula school in Hawaii as they
celebrate their 30th anniversary and prepare to compete at the world’s largest hula festival. "Na Kamalei: The
Men of Hula" goes beyond deep-rooted stereotypes of "grass skirt girls" and reveals a story of Hawaiian pride -
past and present.

Category:        Culture
NOLA:            SATY 000000
Series Title: Sandwiches That You Will Like                  Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/16/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
Even when much of America seems "all the same," you can still find some distinctive, delicious differences in
lots of cities, and this documentary takes you to some outstanding eateries where lobster rolls are amazing,
where falafel is fabulous, and where peanut-butter-and-jelly is always at the top of the menu.

Category:       Culture
NOLA:           FRON 002606
Series Title: Frontline               Episode Title: Growing Up Online               Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/20/2008 10:00 PM/501           Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
FRONTLINE looks at the impact of the Internet on adolescence through the eyes of teens and their parents. The
film takes viewers into the private worlds kids are creating online - from kids who are harassed and bullied, to
kids who make social connections virtually when they have few friends at school, to those kids who attain
instant celebrity on YouTube. FRONTLINE explores the complicated new lines being drawn between the real
and virtual worlds for today's children and teens, and for their parents, who often find themselves on the other
side of a new digital divide.



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Category:      Culture
NOLA:          MLNH 009131
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:16:55
Demographic, Cultural Dividing Lines Complicate '08 Race: Political analysis of the presidential race this year
has focused on voter divisions along race and gender lines. But some analysts think that other cultural dividing
lines are even more important. Three political analysts examine newly emerging voter alliances.

Category:      Culture
NOLA:          FLMA 000000
Series Title: FLEA MARKET DOCUMENTARY, A                               Version: SD-Base         Length: 60
Airdate: 6/9/2008 9:00 PM              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A FLEA MARKET DOCUMENTARY travels from the gigantic Rose Bowl Market in Pasadena, California, to
the busy but modest-sized Eastern Market in Washington, D.C., talking with organizers, vendors, food
merchants and shoppers. This program is a celebration of the unusual people and the enticing things that can be
found in parking lots, fairgrounds, drive-ins, sidewalks, and where else someone has posed a sign saying, "Flea
Market." It's capitalism mixed with craziness. It's amazing old stuff, great salespeople, the ancient tradition of
the open-air market, and the possibility of finding a bargain, all uniting shoppers across the nation.

Category:      Culture
NOLA:          MLNH 009141
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short            Length: 60            Airdate: 6/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:05:42
Remembering Designer Yves Saint Laurent: Yves Saint Laurent died on Sunday, aged 71, leaving behind a rich
legacy of iconic work and groundbreaking change in the world of fashion.

Category:       Culture
NOLA:            MLNH 009150
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60            Airdate: 6/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS              Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:12:34
New Generation of Brazilian Musicians Tries to Go Global: Young musicians in Brazil confront major
challenges to bringing their musical sound abroad. Simon Marks caps a series of reports from Brazil by looking
at the linguistic, political and economic barriers between Brazils most popular acts and global recognition.

Category:       Culture
NOLA:            COSE 014121
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/16/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about healthcare with Ezekiel, Ari, and Rahm Emanuel. Then, a conversation with Lance
Armstrong about his Livestrong organization, cancer, cancer prevention and cycling. Finally, a conversation
with filmmaker Sue Williams about Frontline's "Young & Restless in China." Shot over four years, the film
follows a group of nine young Chinese from across the country as they scramble to keep pace with a society
changing as fast as any in history.




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Category:       Culture
NOLA:           FRON 002614
Series Title: Frontline               Episode Title: Young and Restless in China          Version: SD-Base
Length: 120        Airdate: 6/17/2008 10:00 PM/501         Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
A riveting journey, "Young & Restless in China" tracks the lives of nine ambitious young Chinese struggling to
make it in this tumultuous and rapidly changing society. Whether defying Eastern traditions in pursuit of
Western values, struggling through government protocols to start a new business, or fighting to preserve the
environment, this new generation is caught between the bonds of their nation's history and their own quest for a
future.

Category:     Culture
NOLA:          AMEX 001912
Series Title: American Experience
Episode Title: Summer of Love                  Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/24/2008 1:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
In the summer of 1967, thousands of young people from across the country flocked to San Francisco's Haight-
Ashbury district to join in the hippie experience, only to discover that what they had come for was already
disappearing. By 1968 the celebration of free love, music, and an alternative lifestyle had descended into a
maelstrom of drug abuse, broken dreams, and occasional violence.

Category:      Culture
NOLA:           GLNP 000201
Series Title: Great Lodges of the National Parks              Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/25/2008 8:00 PM/502            Service: PBS             Format: Documentary
This episode takes viewers to the surreal desert landscape of Death Valley and the Furnace Creek Inn, a historic
four-diamond hotel that rises from the red rock like a shimmering oasis. In the lush Pacific Northwest, Lake
Quinault Lodge nestles in the heart of the Olympic National Forest, delighting guests with such old-fashioned
pleasures as a hike in the woods or a game of chess by the fire. It's a step back in time at Wallowa Lake Lodge,
where every item has been lovingly restored to its original 1920s condition. Finally, visitors can pay their
respects to Pele the goddess of fire at the historic Volcano House in Hawaii's thrilling Volcanoes National Park.

Category:      Culture
NOLA:          MADS 000109
Series Title: Made in Spain
Episode Title: A Taste of the Sea              Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/29/2008 3:00 PM             Service: PBS-PLUS            Format: Demonstration/Instructional
José prepares scallops in their shells with Albariño white wine, and visits the dramatic seafood farms of this
northwestern region. Back home, he steams mussels with bay leaf and serves them with potatoes and Spanish
smoked paprika. He returns to Galicia to watch the magical cooking of the legendary Spanish potato tortilla, or
omelet.




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Category:       Economy
NOLA:            COSE 014068
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/2/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS                   Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
An hour with Pete Peterson, co-founder and senior chairman of The Blackstone Group. Peterson will give $1
billion to his new foundation, The Peter G. Peterson Foundation, to help solve some of the country's biggest
economic problems. He discusses how he sees the current economic crisis, sovereign wealth funds, and his
relationship with Blackstone co-founder and CEO, Steve Schwarzman.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:           COSE 014074
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 4/10/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management. Then, a conversation with actress
Helen Mirren about her book "In the Frame: My Life in Words and Pictures."

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          MLNH 009097
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base      Length: 60      Airdate: 4/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:12:44
Campaigns Push to Connect With Voters on Economic Reform Plans: The Bush administration announced
plans to overhaul U.S. financial regulatory structure Monday, the latest in a stream of stories on economic woes.
Representatives from the Clinton, McCain and Obama campaigns discuss their candidates' views on the ailing
economy.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          MLNH 009098
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:04:06
Fed Chairman Bernanke Says Recession Is 'Possible:' Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Wednesday
told Congress that while the current downturn might be temporary, "a recession is possible."

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          MLNH 009099
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review             Segment Length: 00:13:35
Bernanke Says Bear Stearns Rescue Was 'Necessary': Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke defended the
agency's rescue of Bear Stearns in a Senate hearing Thursday, saying the move was necessary to prevent further
impact on the general economy. Financial experts weigh the Fed's response to recent economic turmoil.



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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          MLNH 009100
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60   Airdate: 4/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:06:43
80,000 Jobs Lost in March As Economy Continues To Slow: The economy continued its slump in March,
sloughing off 80,000 jobs. An economic consultant assesses the latest set of job numbers and what it indicates
about the health of the U.S. economy.

Category:       Economy
NOLA:            MLNH 009103
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base         Length: 60             Airdate: 4/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:08:35
Economics Writer Examines Oil's Shifting Market Position: In the first in a series of NewsHour interviews on
oil's standing in the rapidly changing world economy, author Vijay Vaitheeswaran discusses the causes and
effects of the recent rise in oil prices and how energy technologies will impact future business practices.

Category:     Economy
NOLA:          MLNH 009105
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60          Airdate: 4/11/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:08:40
Clinton, Obama Battle in Pa.; McCain Talks Housing: Democratic candidates Barack Obama and Hillary
Clinton continued to campaign heavily in Pennsylvania ahead of its April 22 primary, while presumptive GOP
nominee John McCain further outlined his economic proposals at a campaign stop in New York.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:           MLNH 009106
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:20:29
Economy a Top Issue Ahead of Pennsylvania Primary: As the Pennsylvania primary draws near, Democratic
candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are crisscrossing the Keystone State in a bid for voter support in
a state where a complex mix of issues -- from the economy to religion -- ranks high for voters. Political analysts
from across Pennsylvania preview the contest.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:           NBRT 028012
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/1/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Wall Street's Rally Is No April Fool's Joke; Democrats and Republicans Join Together To Search
For A Solution To The Housing Crisis; Rising Gas Prices & The Economy Are Stalling Car Sales; "Of Mutual
Interest"-Christine Benz, Director of Mutual Fund Analysis For Morning Star; "Last Word"-What Does $37B
Buy?; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Hugh Johnson, Chairman of Johnson Illington
Advisors.




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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028013
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/2/2008 6:30 PM/500           ServicePBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Fed. Chairman Ben Bernanke Sees Recession and Recovery;
Despite The Market Retreat Experts Remain Optimistic; The Evolution of TDK; "Street Critique" -Hilary
Kramer, Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-Simplify...Simplify...Simplify.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028014
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/3/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Lakshman Achuthan, Managing Director of
the Economic Cycle Research Institute; What Led to the Grizzly Demise of Bear Stearns; Recession Resistant
Jobs; Harvesting The Gold From Investors In Their Golden Years; "Last Word"-You Can't Skirt The Kilt.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028015
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/4/2008 6:30 PM/500          Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Employment Numbers Generate More Recession Fears; What's
In The Foreclosure Prevention Bill; China's Economic Growth May Take Root In Latin Nations; "Market
Monitor"-Michael Hasenstab, Portfolio Mgr. Templeton Global Fund; "Last Word"-A Huge Slice of the Dot
Com Pie.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028016
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/7/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Alcoa's Earnings Tarnished By Disappointing Profits; Mergers
& Acquisitions Amid Recession Worries; The Colombia Free Trade Conflict; Investors Are Looking For Safe
Options To Stash Their Cash; Rising Food Prices Are Causing Concern in China; Kevin McCormally's Tax
Tips-Reporting Mutual Fund Sales; "Last Word"-Whiskey Makes The Rounds.

Category:       Economy
NOLA:           NBRT 028017
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/8/2008 6:30 PM/500         Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with William Gross, Founder & Chief Investment
Strategist of Pimco; Recession Worries Surface Among Fed. Policy Makers; The Price of The Iraq War
Continues To Rise; How Commodity Index Funds Are Changing The Futures Markets; "Kevin McCormally's
Tax Tips"-Joint Returns And Domestic Partners.




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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028018
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/9/2008 6:30 PM/500          Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Neiderauer;
Oil Prices Gush to a New Record High; The Boeing 787 Dreamliner Nightmare; The President and Congress
Come Together To Fight Foreclosures; "Street Critique"-Toan Tran, Equity Strategist at Morningstar; "Kevin
McCormallys"- Write-offs for Non-itemizers.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028019
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/10/2008 6:30 PM/500                 Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Early Easter Took The Spring Out of Retail Sales; "Bill of
Health"-Healthcare Comes To The Workplace; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"-IRA's for Almost All Ages;
Harold "Terry" McGraw Reacts to the Latest American Business Survey.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028020
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/11/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; GE Brings Some Not So Good Things To Light; The Global
Credit Crisis Brings The G-7 Finance Ministers And Central Bankers Together; "Kevin McCormally's Tax
Tips"-The Weekend Rush; "Market Monitor"- Abhijit Chakrabortti, Chief U.S. Investment Strategist at Morgan
Stanley.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028021
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/14/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Richard Bove, Banking Analyst at Punk,
Ziegel and Company; Wachovia And Bear Stearns Deliver 1st Quarter Disappointment; Delta And Northwest
May Be Filing A Merger Flight Plan; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"- Stepping Up Tax Basis on Inheritance;
"Last Word"-Tax Toll.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028022
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/15/2008 6:30 PM/500                 Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Financial Chips Are Stacked in Intel's Favor; The Delta-
Northwest Merger Lands, Makes Its First Successful Stop; The Sub-Prime Mortgage Mess Threatens Student
Loans; P&G CEO A.G. Lafley on Inspiration And Innovation; "Of Mutual Interest," -Tracking Bear Market
Funds; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"-Deadline Day.




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Category:     Economy
NOLA:          RREV 000102
Series Title: Retirement RevolutionEpisode Title: On Our Own Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/7/2008 10:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS        Format: Other
This episode continues exploring the challenges baby boomers face today and teaches viewers to assume
personal responsibility - so they'll be able to plan for retirement on their own terms.

Category:       Economy
NOLA:           WWIR 004740
Series Title: Washington Week           Version: SD-Base     Length: 30
Airdate: 4/4/2008 8:00 PM/502           Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Cleveland rocks and so does this political campaign. We're here to find out why here in northeast Ohio this
week on "Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Thank you" to the crowd. Sen. John McCain
(R-AZ) said, "Thank you, thank you" to his supporters, and Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "Thank you so
much" to hers. The presidential candidates have come and gone and will return again. States like Ohio are too
important to ignore. Next door in Pennsylvania this week, the Democrats were preparing for the long haul. Sen.
Clinton said, "Let me tell you something, when it comes to finishing the fight, Rocky and I have a lot in
common. I never quit, I never give up, and I know that we're going to make it together." Sen. Obama replied,
"We've got to remember, "Rocky" was a movie, and so is the idea that somebody can fight for working people
and at the same time embrace the broken system in Washington." While Republican John McCain set out across
the country to reintroduce himself to voters. His announcer referred to him as "John McCain, the American
president Americans have been waiting for." The issues are as thorny as ever, the economy and the war. Who
has the best ideas, the best strategy, and the most money to survive the next big test? We assess that this week
with Jackie Calmes of the Wall Street Journal, John Dickerson of Slate magazine, Michael Duffy of Time
magazine, and Alexis Simendinger of National Journal.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:           WWIR 004741
Series Title: Washington Week          Version: SD-Base      Length: 30
Airdate: 4/11/2008 8:00 PM/502 Service: PBS                  Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The war in Iraq, rhetoric and reality, plus new help for homeowners, and the week in presidential politics, this
week on "Washington Week." The administration says the news in Iraq is good. Gen. David Petraeus said,
"There has been significant but uneven security progress in Iraq." But not good enough to pull out anytime
soon. The generals want to freeze troop levels. Pres. George Bush said, "General Petraeus says he'll need time
to consolidate his forces and assess how this reduced American presence will affect conditions on the ground.
And I've told him he'll have all the time he needs." The response on Capitol Hill, not so good. Speaker Nancy
Pelosi (D-CA) said, "He is just dragging this out so he can put it at the doorstep of the new president of the
United States." But Congress has at least one other immediate concern: how to signal to strapped American
taxpayers that they're serious about fixing the economy. Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) said, "If we could put up as
much as $30 billion of your money on this kind of a deal, can't we get the same kind of commitment when it
comes to 8,000 people every day losing their homes?" Meanwhile out on the campaign trail, Hillary Clinton's
rough week from Mark Penn to Bill Clinton. We explain why. Covering the week, Peter Baker of the
Washington Post, James Kitfield of National Journal, Michael Viqueira of NBC News, and Karen Tumulty of
Time magazine.




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Category:       Economy
NOLA:           MLNH 009109
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:48
High-tech School Prepares Students for Shifting Economy: Paul Solman reports on a high school in California
that pushes its students to focus on the future by preparing for jobs in the world of high technology -- while also
helping the U.S. stay competitive in a global marketplace.

Category:     Economy
NOLA:         MLNH 009111
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base            Length: 60            Airdate: 4/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:05:36
Democrats Make Final Pa. Push; McCain Launches Tour: Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama crisscrossed
Pennsylvania Monday in a final attempt to sway Keystone state voters before Tuesday's Democratic primary,
while presumptive GOP nominee Sen. John McCain spoke in Selma, AL, on the first day of his five-day tour of
economically struggling communities.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          MLNH 009118
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:16:18
Fed Cuts Rate Again in Latest Bid to Shore Up Economy: The Federal Reserve cut a key interest rate by a
quarter point Wednesday, bringing the federal funds rate down to its lowest level since late 2004. The move is
intended to help address the ongoing housing slump and credit crunch. Analysts discuss the Fed's action and the
economic strain on the American public.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028023
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/16/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Big Blue Scores Big Green in the 1st Quarter; Crude Oil Prices
Grease Inflation Worries; Anthony Chan of JPMorgan Private Client Services Offers His Outlook on Inflation;
Fighting Rising Food Prices Goes Global; "Street Critique"-Hilary Kramer. Author of "Ahead of the Curve;"
"Money File"- ETF Investing.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028024
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/17/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Google Makes Gains Despite the Slow Economy; Merrill
Lynch Misses The Mark; "Economic Choices 2008" -The Issue of Climate Change; "Commentary"-Reel Life
Lesson; "Tech Talk" -Going Green.




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Category:       Economy
NOLA:           NBRT 028025
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30              Airdate: 4/18/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Citigroup And Caterpillar Calm The Volatile Markets;
Economic Choices 2008 - Housing and Pennsylvania; "Market Monitor"-Mark Leibovit, Chief Market
Strategist for Vrtrader.com; "Last Word"-Senior Spelling Bee.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028026
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/21/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Alex Patelis, Head of International
Economics at Merrill Lynch; What's Pumping The Oil Price Gusher?; Sallie Mae Needs Financial Aid From
The Treasury Department; "Commentary"-What's Good About The Housing Crisis; "Last Word"-Green
Monopoly.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028027
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/22/2008 6:30 PM/500                 Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Flow Closer To A New Record High; Commodities
Chaos Has Farmers Crying Foul; Stock Dividends Are Diminishing; Interbrand CEO Andy Bateman Shares
The Findings of His Company's Green Survey; "Of Mutual Interest"-Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for
"Money" Magazine and Author of "Your Money and Your Brain;" "Last Word"-Sunchips Go Green.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028028
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Macs & iPods Help Apple Beat The Street; Now May Not Be
The Time To Buy Into Oil Stocks; Uncle SAM May Soon Be Offering Student Loans; "Street Critique"-Patrick
O'Hare, Chief Market Analyst at briefing.com; "Money File"-401k's Hidden Costs; "Last Word"-Up in Smoke.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028029
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/24/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Microsoft's Good News/Bad News Day; One on One with
David Garrity, Director of Research at Dinosaur Securities; Arby's Finds The Beef By Buying Wendy's; New
Home Sales Are In The Basement; "Bill of Health"- Telemedicine; "Commentary"-Food, Fuel And Finances
For Thought.




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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028030
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/25/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Calling The Economy A Slowdown Isn't Slowing Consumer
Concerns; First Quarter Corporate Commonalities; FHA's No Money Down Loan Program; Japan Stands Ready
To Answer The Global Food Crisis; "Market Monitor"- Dr. Hans Black, Chairman of Interinvest.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028031
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/28/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Sweet Mars/Wrigley's Deal; Boeing Says Its 787 Is Ready
For Take Off; American Trucking Association's CEO Bill Graves Explains The Impact of Oil Prices On His
Industry; "Commentary"-Financial Aid For Low Income Families.

Category:       Economy
NOLA:           NBRT 028032
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/29/2008 6:30 PM/500         Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; "Meet the Buffetts"-Howard Buffett; There's High Interest In
Interest Rates; President Bush Calls on Congress To Rescue The Economy; "Of Mutual Interest," -John
Waggoner, Mutual Fund Columnist, "USA Today."

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028033
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/30/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Federal Reserve Makes The 7th Interest Rate Cut; Treasury
Secretary Henry Paulson Remains Optimistic About The Economy; "Meet the Buffetts"- Susie Buffett; "Last
Word"-The Icahn Blog.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          MLNH 009124
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base            Length: 60            Airdate: 5/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:13:23
Legislative Bid to Buoy Slumping U.S. Housing Sector Meets Debate: Amid a continuing U.S. economic
downturn, Capitol Hill lawmakers have been debating how to effectively provide relief for the housing crisis.
Two members of Congress discuss their positions on the housing bill and how to best revive a slumping housing
market.




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Category:     Economy
NOLA:         MLNH 009127
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 5/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review             Segment Length: 00:08:58
Financial World Shifts Gears Amid Economic Tumult: As the U.S. grapples with an economic slowdown and a
housing slump, financial leaders are rethinking their strategies. Financier and author George Soros reflects on
the changing business trends and details his new book, which examines the "credit crash" of 2008.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028034
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/1/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; ExxonMobil's Stock Slides Despite $11B Profit; As Fuel Prices
Rise Passenger Frustrations Take Off; "Meet the Buffetts" - Peter Buffett, The Youngest Buffett;
"Commentary"-The Political Climate And The Environment.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028035
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/2/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Latest Labor Report Works Up New Optimism; The
Federal Reserve Teams Up With Europe's Central Bankers; China's Gaming Industry Has Evolved Into A High
Roller; "Market Monitor"-Julius Maldutis, President And Chief Airline Analyst for Aviation Dynamics; "Last
Word"-"Tea and Sub-prime Sympathy."

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028036
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/5/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Summer Driving Season Drives Oil Prices Above $120;
Microsoft Bails on the $42B Yahoo! Bid; One on One with Warren Buffett, Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway; "A
Tale of Five Cities"-Washington, DC; "Commentary"-Optimism In An Ailing Economy; "Last Word"-
Chrysler's Answer to the Gas Crisis.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028037
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/6/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers;
Cisco Systems Computes Unexpected Earnings; Fannie Mae's Earnings Are In Keeping With The Housing
Crisis; What The Experts Are Saying About The Future of the Credit Crisis; "Tale of Five Cities"-Manhattan,
NY; "Of Mutual Interest"-Rusty Robinson, Portfolio Manager, Monteagle Value Fund.




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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028038
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/7/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil's Record Run Continues; The House Works On Building A
Bill To Resolve The Housing Crisis; "A Tale of Five Cities"-Southeast Michigan; "Street Critique"-Hilary
Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech Research and Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-
How Best To Buy In This Housing Market.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028040
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/9/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Susan Wachter, Real Estate Professor at the
Wharton School of Business; What's Fueling Rising Oil Prices?; "A Tale of Five Cities"-Cape Coral, Florida;
"Market Monitor"-Al Goldman, Chief Market Strategist for Wachovia Securities.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028041
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/12/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Alan Skrainka, Chief Market Strategist at
Edward Jones; Credit Crunch May Be Easing But The Recession Is Only Beginning; 2nd Quarter Low Profits
But High Expectations; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Your Retirement Lifestyle; "Commentary"-
Corn Ethanol May Not Be A Healthy Choice.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028042
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/13/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Wal-Mart's Happy Face May Not Smile Through The Summer;
"Green Options: Fuel"-Hybrid Corn; Kiva President Premal Shah, Says Farmers And Crops Are Still Coming
In; "Commentary"-Colombia FTA.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:           NBRT 028043
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/14/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Street Critique -- Kevin Depew, Executive Editor of Minyanville.com; Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the
News; Food Prices Take A Bigger Bite Out of U.S. Budgets; "Green Options: Fuel"-Ethanol from Sugar;
"Money File"-Money Management Summer School; "Last Word"-A Different Kind of Horsepower.




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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028044
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/15/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Lack of Money Is Weighing Down The Housing Rescue Plan;
"Green Options: Fuel"-Bacteria; "Tech Talk"-CBS Spins A New Cable/Tech Web; "Commentary"-A Difficult
Economy Requires Difficult Decisions; Tokyo's Temp Triumphs And Troubles.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          WWIR 004744
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/2/2008 8:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The Democratic race tightens. Which voters and what issues could decide it all, this week on "Washington
Week." At the top of the heap, the economy: Pres. George W. Bush said, "I will tell you that these are very
difficult economic times - very difficult." Jobs lost, gas prices soaring and another interest rate cut. What will or
can the president or the candidates do about it all? Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) proposed, "Just for the summer,
why don't we give the American people a little break?" The candidates spar about solutions and the Democratic
frontrunner Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) tries to shake off the Jeremiah Wright controversy. He said, "It
contradicts everything that I'm about and who I am." Surrogates play their part. Former Democratic Party leader
Joe Andrew said, "I'm announcing that I'm going to support Senator Barack Obama for president of the United
States of America." Gov. Mike Easley said about Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY), "This lady right here makes
Rocky Balboa look like a pansy." But can Hillary Clinton still win? She said, "I sometimes feel like the
Goldilocks of this campaign." Plus the Supreme Court weighs in on a critical Indiana voting case. Covering the
week: David Wessel of the Wall Street Journal, Charles Babington of the Associated Press, John Harwood of
CNBC and the New York Times, and Pete Williams of NBC News.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028045
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/16/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; New Home Sales Are Up But That's Not Necessarily A Good
Thing; "Green Options: Fuel"-Under the Sea; "Market Monitor"-Chris Davis, Portfolio Manager of the Davis
Selected American Shares; "Economic Choices 2008"-- John McCain's Economic Advisor Explains The
Candidate's Energy Plans And Policies; "Last Word"-National Bike To Work Day.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028046
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/19/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Mohamed El-Erian, co-CEO, Pimco;
Landmark Housing Rescue Legislation Is Building; The Inflation Impact on Bonds; "Get Your Finances Ready
For Retirement"-How Much Do You Need To Retire?; "Commentary"-Spending Restraint.




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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028047
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/20/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Rises, Stocks Fall & Producer Prices Are Pumped;
Transportation Stocks Are Pumped; Prince William County Fights The Foreclosure Flood; "Pain at the Pump,"-
Alternative Commuting; "Of Mutual Interest"- Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for "Money" magazine and
Author of "Your Money and Your Brain."

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028048
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/21/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Reaches A Crude New Record High; The Energy Crisis
Fuels A Grilling On Capitol Hill; "Pain at the Pump"-Impact on Small Businesses; "Street Critique" -Hilary
Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech Research and Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-
Price Panic.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028049
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/22/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Impact of Rising Oil Prices On All Aspects of the
Economy; "Pain at the Pump"-The Impact on State And Local Government; "Bill of Health"-"Wii-hab;"
"Commentary"-Invaluable Wisdom; "Last Word"-The Chocolate Commodity.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028050
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Dennis Decota, Exec. Dir. California Service
Station & Automotive Repair Association; The Housing Market Continues To Head Toward The Basement;
Large Caps Are Doing Small Things In This Rough Economy; "Market Monitor"-Douglas Jimerson, Editor and
Publisher of "National Trendlines;" "Last Word"-Antler Increase.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028052
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/27/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Stephen Wood, Senior Portfolio Strategist at
Russell Investments; Bargain Hunters Give New Home Sales A Much Needed Boost; Airline Stocks Rise as
Crude Oil Prices Fall; The Slow Economy Has Employers Putting The Brakes On Perks; "Of Mutual Interest"-
John Waggoner, Mutual Fund Columnist at "USA Today."




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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028053
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/28/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Crude Oil Prices Continue to Rise; Air Travel Is Losing Class;
Sales Tax Meets Cyber Sales; "Street Critique"-Gene Marcial, "Inside Wall Street" Columnist at
"BusinessWeek;" "Money File"-Growing A Teen Millionaire.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028054
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/29/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Dell Computes Big Earnings And Surprising Overseas Sales;
The Slowing Economy Has Shoppers Speeding To Warehouse Clubs; The End of the Bear Stearns Era; The
Airline Industry's Tug of War With Technology For Business Travelers; "Commentary"-Getting On Board With
Online Voting.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028055
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/30/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks In the News; Consumers Are Financially Spent; CFTC Chairman Walter
Lukken Offers His Ideas About Rising Oil Prices; China's Building Boom; "Market Monitor"-Bernie Schaeffer,
Chairman of Schaeffer's Investment Research.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:           RREV 000101
Series Title: Retirement Revolution            Episode Title: Hazards and Vicissitudes          Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/25/2008 3:00 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Other
This episode illustrates the origins of retirement and how it has evolved over the past several decades, from the
Depression era, the birth of Social Security and Medicare to today's climate of economic uncertainty and what it
means for baby boomers' financial futures.

Category:     Economy
NOLA:          RREV 000102
Series Title: Retirement Revolution             Episode Title: On Our Own             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60             Airdate: 6/1/2008 3:00 AM/500                   Service: PBS          Format: Other
This episode continues exploring the challenges baby boomers face today and teaches viewers to assume
personal responsibility - so they'll be able to plan for retirement on their own terms.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:           BMJL 001210
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 6/14/2008 2:00 AM/500              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Holly Sklar on Work and Wages: Holly Sklar, co-author of "Raise the Floor: Wages and Policies that Work for
All of Us," discusses what current economic conditions say about the state of the American dream; LA Labor:
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL analyzes the growing inequality gap on the ground in Los Angeles where recently
union workers marched to bring attention to how they are getting squeezed out of the shrinking middle class;


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Steve Fraser on Gilded Ages: Steve Fraser, historian and author of "Wall Street: America's Dream Palace,"
discusses the modern parallels and differences to the first Gilded Age, the big disparity between the rich and
poor, and the increasing strain on working Americans.

Category:     Economy
NOLA:         MLNH 009145
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short           Length: 60             Airdate: 6/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:07:30
Unemployment Rate Jumps as Economic Woes Mount: The nation's unemployment rate hit 5.5 percent in May
as employers cut some 49,000 jobs, providing a fresh snapshot of a still-struggling U.S. economy. Mark Zandi,
chief economist with Moody's Economy.com, explains the new Labor Department report and what it means for
the economy.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          MLNH 009146
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:09:08
Fuel Costs, Job Losses Batter U.S. Economy: Rising fuel prices and news of massive job losses buffeted an
already shaken U.S. economy in the past week. The record energy prices are affecting the cost of everything
from baked goods to diapers. Journalists John Authers and Roben Farzad discuss how the prices got that high
and whether it appears they will stay that way.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          MLNH 009147
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base            Length: 60            Airdate: 6/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:14:27
McCain and Obama Trade Jabs Over Economic Strategies: Presumptive presidential candidates Sens. Barack
Obama and John McCain offered contrasting approaches to mend a sluggish economy this week, with Obama
emphasizing an active government role in providing assistance and McCain calling for lower taxes and
spending cuts.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028056
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/2/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris; Big
Bank Shake Ups; Recession or Recovery? Where Is The Economy?; The Corporate Combat Surrounding the
Climate Security Act; "Commentary"-Oil And Digital Technology.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028057
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Short
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/3/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; New Concerns About Lehman Brothers' Liquidity; Inflation
Continues To Draw Strength From The Sagging Dollar; SUV Drivers Looking To Downsize Are Hitting


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Financial Roadblocks; "Of Mutual Interest"-William Hench, Assistant Portfolio Manager, Royce Opportunity
Fund; "Last Word"-The Bubbly That Swims With The Fishes.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028058
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/4/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices...Peak or Pullback?; "Economic Choices-2008"-
Business & Politics; Weather & Risk Management; "Street Critique"-Kevin Depew, Executive Editor
minyanville.com; "Money File"-Inflation Issues And Your Portfolio.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028059
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/5/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Credit Rating Agencies Get An Overhaul; Lawmakers Gun For
Bear in the Bear Stearns Bail Out; Honeywell Aerospace CEO Robert Gillette Talks About Flying Amid The
Fuel Crisis; "Green Options"-Recycling And Reusing Soybean Oil; "Commentary"-Capital Costs.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028060
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/6/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices And Unemployment Rock Wall Street; John Kilduff,
Energy Analyst at MF Global Offers An Outlook on Oil; "Market Monitor"-Derwood Chase, President of Chase
Investment Counsel.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028061
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/9/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Slide As The Dollar Picks Up Strength; The Air
Force Works To Recruit Alternative Fuel Sources; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Relocating in
Retirement; "Commentary"-Repairing the Housing Crisis.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028062
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/10/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Higher Interest Rates May Be On The Horizon; Spirit Airlines'
CEO Shares His Company's Financial Flight Plan; Economic Choices 2008 - Obama And McCain And Taxes;
"Of Mutual Interest,"-Real Estate Mutual Funds; "Commentary"-Ways to Repair Our Financial Regulatory
System; "Last Word"-Presents For Dad.




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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028063
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/11/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Bruce Kasman, Chief Economist of
JPMorgan; Stocks Slide As Oil Prices Rise; The SEC Takes Aim At Credit Rating Agencies; "Economic
Choices 2008"-The Great Tax Divide; "Street Critique"-Hilary Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech
Research; "Money File" -Gas Budgeting.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028064
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 6/12/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Yahoo!/Google Connection; Lehman Brothers Rebuilds
With Top Management Shake Ups; "Economic Choices '2008"-Dan Tarullo, Shares Sen. Barack Obama's
Economic Strategy; Help Wanted--Teens to Fill Summer Jobs; "Bill of Health"-Self Service in the ER.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028065
Series Title: Nightly Business Report            Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/13/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks In The News; Gas Prices Pump Up Consumer Prices; Corn Prices Continue
To Pop As Flood Waters Rise; Commuters Resort to the Rails As Gas Prices Rise; "Market Monitor"- John
Hughes, President of Quantum Capital Management; "Commentary"-The Rules Of Doing Business Overseas.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          WWIR 004749
Series Title: Washington Week               Version: SD-Short             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/6/2008 8:00 PM/502               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
History is made as the Democrats pick the nation's first African-American major party nominee, this week on
"Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Tonight we mark the end of one historic journey with
the beginning of another." Barack Obama and the art of the improbable. He also said, "I believe that when all of
us come together - black, white, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, young, old, men, women - there is no
challenge we cannot meet, no destiny we cannot fulfill." But how tough will it be to come together? Sen.
Hillary Clinton's concession came in slow motion." She said, "I understand that a lot of people are asking,
"What does Hillary want? What does she want?" Well--" But other Democrats are scrambling to get onboard,
even as Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) hopes to scoop up some of the spoils of partisan war. He said, "I'll reach out
my hand to anyone, Republican or Democrat, who will help me change what needs to be changed." Eleven
weeks to go before the party conventions begin. We look back at the primary season and ahead to the McCain-
Obama battle royale, plus, today's big economic news, with Dan Balz of the Washington Post, Gloria Borger of
CNN and U.S. News and World Report, Michael Duffy of Time Magazine, and Jeff Zeleny of the New York
Times.




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Category:       Economy
NOLA:           WWIR 004750
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/13/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The Supreme Court rocks the house, and the candidates hurl rocks at each other, this week on Washington
Week. The Supreme Court rules that terror suspects at Guantanamo can challenge their detention in federal
court - a big decision with legal and political implications. Pres. George W. Bush responded, "We'll abide by
the court's decision. That doesn't mean I have to agree with it." Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) said, "It's a
vindication for those of us who argued from the beginning that it was unwise as well as unconstitutional." But
everything has political implications this year, as former Hillary Clinton backers switch sides. Standing beside
Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and his wife, Gov. Strickland said, "You're seeing here today in Columbus, Ohio,
the next president and the next first lady." And as the two candidates spar over everything from taxes to gas
prices, to presumed guilt by association. Obama said, "The centerpiece of John McCain's economic plan
amounts to a full-throated endorsement of George Bush's policy." And also this week, a remembrance of our
friend and colleague Tim Russert. Covering the week, Linda Greenhouse of the New York Times, Karen
Tumulty of Time magazine, Juliet Eilperin of the Washington Post, and David Wessel of the Wall Street
Journal.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:           MLNH 009151
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 6/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:04:41
Obama, McCain Talk Economy, Iraq on the Campaign Trail: Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John
McCain hit the campaign trail yesterday to discuss their views on economic policy and Iraq. Kwame Holman
reports on the state of the campaign.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028066
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/16/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Saudi's And The Weak Dollar Fuel Crude's Latest Climb;
Morgan Stanley Chief Credit Strategist Greg Peters, Sees Banks Vulnerable To Bankruptcy; Inflation In India;
"Commentary"-Halftime for the Year 2008.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028067
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/17/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS                Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with William Gross, Chief Investment Officer of
Pimco; Inflation And The Producer Price Index; The CFTC Heads To The Hill To Announce An Oil
Agreement; "Of Mutual Interest"-Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for "Money" Magazine; "Last Word"-
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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028068
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/18/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Royal Caribbean Chairman And CEO Richard
Fain; FedEx Delivers Dismal Quarterly Earnings; To Offshore Drill or Not To Offshore Drill...; "Street
Critique"-Patrick O'Hare, Chief Market Analyst, briefing.com; "Money File"-Fight The Fees.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028069
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Great Mortgage Fund Crackdown; Investment Strategists
Offer Their Outlook For Oil And Stocks; Rep. Barney Frank Explains the Building of the Mortgage Bailout
Bill; "Commentary"-Talking Up Innovative Inspiration; "Last Word"-Homemade Hybrid.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028070
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Surge In Anticipation of The Saudi Summit; The
Impact of the Midwest Flooding on the Economy; China's Pre-Olympic Anti Pollution Plan; "Market Monitor"-
Eugene Peroni, Jr., Sr. V.P. of Equity Research Advisors, Asset Management.

Category:       Economy
NOLA:           NOWD 000425
Series Title: NOW on PBS                Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 8:30 PM/502                 Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The global middle class is expected to swell by more than 1 billion people over the next decade, with the
biggest increases in China and India. While millions are being lifted out of poverty as a result, the booming
middle class is also consuming more global resources. As a result, prices for everything from steel to gasoline to
food are soaring. This week NOW reports from Pune, India, where college graduates are getting tech jobs,
traditional families are flocking to the new mall, and professionals are hoping their new-found economic might
will make their country an even bigger global player. But can America's middle-class - and the rest of the world
- afford this unprecedented shift in the global economy?

Category:       Economy
NOLA:           MLNH 009159
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 6/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:05:53
Wall Street Jitters, Fuel Costs Spread Economic Woes: The Dow Jones dropped Thursday to its lowest point
since September 2006, due to economic woes and soaring oil prices across the country. A chief investment
officer examines the impact of the bleak news on the national economy.




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Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028071
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Spectator's Role in the Oil Market; The Federal Reserve
Prepares To Take On Rising Gas Prices; Ways Regional Banks Are Raising Capital; "Get Your Finances
Ready"-Staying Put, The Pros And Cons of Reverse Mortgage; "Commentary"-The Half Empty Economy;
"Last Word"-The Lunch With Buffett Bidding War Begins.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028072
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/24/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Consumer Lack of Confidence in the Economy; Dow
Chemical's CEO and Chairman Andrew Liveris Talks About His Company's Price Hike; "Economic Choices
2008"-The TV Ad Boom; "Made in America"-The Furniture Industry; "Of Mutual Interest,"-John Waggoner,
Mutual Fund Columnist at "USA Today."

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028073
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/25/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Interest Rates Remain Unchanged; The SEC's New Rules For
Credit Rating; "Green Options"-Governor Charlie Crist's Climate for Change Conference; "Money File"-
Uncovering Affordable Travel Deals.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028074
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Dow's Drastic 358 Point Dive; Commerce Secretary Carlos
Gutierrez Talks About The Economy's Slow Growth; "Just Price Solutions" Could Open The Door To Home
Ownership For First Time Buyers; "Bill of Health"-Robo Replacements.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028075
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Up And Stocks Down; KB Home Builds A Big Quarterly
Loss; "Market Monitor"-Ernie Ankrim, Chief Investment Strategist for Russell Investments; "Commentary"-
Why Should We Change Our Oil Using Ways?; "Last Word"-Soda Sponsored Wedding.

Category:      Economy
NOLA:          NBRT 028076
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/30/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with John Kilduff, Energy Analyst at MF Global;
Jittery June Ends Along With Optimism For The Third Quarter; The Crop Report Harvests Good News For The


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Agriculture Markets; Second Quarter Wrap With Sam Stovall, Chief Investment Strategist at Standard & Poor's
Equity Research.

Category:       Economy
NOLA:           TASM 001427
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
L.A. Times Economics Correspondent Peter Gosselin explains how American families are facing a precarious
financial situation -- whether they know it or not. "Friday Night Lights" star Connie Britton discusses whether
the show is too smart for its audience.

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Category:      Education
NOLA:          COSE 014071
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/7/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS                    Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Charlie Rose Science Series: The Imperative of Science with Paul Nurse, President of Rockefeller University,
Harold Varmus, president of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Shirley Ann Jackson, President of
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Bruce Alberts, Editor-In-Chief of Science and Lisa Randall of Harvard
University.

Category:     Education
NOLA:         MLNH 009098
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:10:16
Washington, D.C., Schools Chief Faces Tough Choices: In the latest in a series of reports on school reform in
Washington, D.C., and New Orleans, John Merrow checks in with D.C. schools chief Michelle Rhee, who has
had to make difficult -- and controversial -- decisions regarding school closures and staff cuts.

Category:       Education
NOLA:           MLNH 009099
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 4/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:08:36
Leaders Struggle to Bolster New Orleans Schools: In the latest in a series of reports on urban school reform,
John Merrow reports on how the schools chief in New Orleans plans to deal with some of the most troubled
schools in a city still recovering from Hurricane Katrina.




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Category:      Education
NOLA:           MLNH 009101
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base       Length: 60            Airdate: 4/7/2008 6:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:11:51
In Tuition Aid Rules, Immigration Debate Meets Reality: As the immigration debate continues to evolve, some
states are denying children of undocumented immigrants government grants and tuition loans offered to low-
income students to help pay for college. Lee Hochberg reports on how undocumented students are coping.

Category:       Education
NOLA:            MOLA 000000
Series Title: Morgan Lacrosse Story; The                 Version: SD-Base      Length: 60
Airdate: 4/6/2008 3:00 AM/500           Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
This film tells the story of the nation's first and only college lacrosse team at a historically black institution.
When a young white administrator reluctantly accepted the position of head lacrosse coach at Morgan State
University a six-year journey began. Underscored by the Native American roots of the game, THE MORGAN
LACROSSE STORY is a sports story like no other.

Category:      Education
NOLA:          NBRT 028022
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/15/2008 6:30 PM/500                 Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Financial Chips Are Stacked in Intel's Favor; The Delta-
Northwest Merger Lands, Makes Its First Successful Stop; The Sub-Prime Mortgage Mess Threatens Student
Loans; P&G CEO A.G. Lafley on Inspiration And Innovation; "Of Mutual Interest," -Tracking Bear Market
Funds; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"-Deadline Day.

Category:      Education
NOLA:          TBJL 002323
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal           Episode Title: What Hat Are You Wearing?
Version: SD-Base      Length: 30             Airdate: 4/13/2008 11:30 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Educator Dr. Joe Cornelius has developed a creative way to tell history and motivate young people through
drama. On this program, Dr. Cornelius creates a historical masterpiece when he chronicles the saga of Black
America as it changes "hats" with the times.

Category:       Education
NOLA:           TBJL 003025
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal              Episode Title: The Teacher Factor
Version: SD-Base       Length: 30      Airdate: 4/6/2008 11:00 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In the era of accountability, teacher quality is arguably one of the most significant issues impacting education.
Dr. Boyce Williams, Vice President for Institutional Relations for the National Council for Accreditation of
Teacher Education discusses the organization’s objective to help establish high quality teachers in the teaching
profession.




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Category:       Education
NOLA:           MLNH 009109
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:48
High-tech School Prepares Students for Shifting Economy: Paul Solman reports on a high school in California
that pushes its students to focus on the future by preparing for jobs in the world of high technology -- while also
helping the U.S. stay competitive in a global marketplace.

Category:      Education
NOLA:          NBRT 028028
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/23/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Macs & iPods Help Apple Beat The Street; Now May Not Be
The Time To Buy Into Oil Stocks; Uncle SAM May Soon Be Offering Student Loans; "Street Critique"-Patrick
O'Hare, Chief Market Analyst at briefing.com; "Money File"-401k's Hidden Costs; "Last Word"-Up in Smoke.

Category:     Education
NOLA:         NOWD 000417
Series Title: NOW on PBS                    Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/25/2008 8:30 PM/502                Service: PBS
While many kids from rich families take going to college for granted, poor kids face a harsher reality.
According to one source, only seven percent of low-income kids earn a college degree by the age of 25. This
week NOW on PBS shares a year-long investigation of an innovative program trying to level that playing field.

Category:      Education
NOLA:           COSE 014096
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/12/2008 11:30 PM/503                Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, an update from the U.N. on relief efforts in Myanmar with Josette Sheeran, Executive Director of the
United Nations World Food Programme and John Holmes, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs
and Emergency Relief Coordinator. Then, a conversation with Randi Weingarten, current president of the
United Federation of Teachers (UFT), American Federation of Teachers (AFT), AFL-CIO.

Category:      Education
NOLA:          MLNH 009120
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60              Airdate: 5/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:10:03
Report: Federal Program Fails to Improve Reading Skills: An Education Department report disclosed the
ineffectiveness of No Child Left Behind's $6 billion student reading program. State education officials Douglas
Christensen of Nebraska and Michele Goady of Maryland debate Reading First's merits.




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Category:      Education
NOLA:           MLNH 009133
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:11:02
Report Aims to Debunk Myths on Gender and Education: A new report examines commonly held assumptions
about the differences in how girls and boys learn and achieve in education. Experts discuss the findings and
how they might help educators better address issues of learning and gender.

Category:      Education
NOLA:          MLNH 009138
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The               Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/28/2008 7:00 PM/502             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Reflecting on 'Miracle Worker' Teachers: As the beginning of May heralds the end of the academic year, Time
Magazine essayist Nancy Gibbs praises great teachers.

Category:      Education
NOLA:          NOWD 000420
Series Title: NOW on PBS                     Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/17/2008 1:30 AM/500                Service: PBS
While America's reputation in the Middle East is hovering at historic lows, the demand for American
university-branded education has never been greater leading a number of U.S. schools to set up shop overseas.
But is exporting American education a risky endeavor? This week, NOW travels to the tiny energy-rich nation
of Qatar, home of Education City, the largest collection of American universities in the Middle East, to
investigate why students are flocking to branches of America's elite colleges.

Category:     Education
NOLA:         MLNH 009145
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short           Length: 60           Airdate: 6/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:08:46
College Grads to Face Toughest Job Market in Years: Amid worsening economic prospects, marked by Friday's
Labor Department report announcing new unemployment highs, the class of 2008 faces a tough job markets for
new college graduates. Two career-development experts discuss the challenges ahead for new job-seekers.

Category:      Education
NOLA:           MLNH 009151
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:17
Poetry Program Gives Prisoners Unexpected Voice: For more than 30 years, poet and professor Richard Shelton
has traveled to a high security prison in Arizona to run a program that encourages prisoners to write and read
poetry.




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Category:      Education
NOLA:          MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:14:06
New Orleans School Reforms Target Young Readers: The struggle to educate the nation's children in urban
schools has long been an area of reform. In a continuing series of reports on urban school reform, John Merrow
returns to New Orleans schools to examine how young students are learning to read.

Category:      Education
NOLA:           MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:19
D.C. Teachers Struggle to Adapt to School Reforms: Washington, D.C.'s schools struggle to bring students up
to proficiency standards while losing thousands of them to charter schools. John Merrow talks to D.C. Schools
Chancellor Michelle Rhee about her first year on the job.

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Category:      Employment
NOLA:          MLNH 009100
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60          Airdate: 4/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:06:43
80,000 Jobs Lost in March As Economy Continues To Slow: The economy continued its slump in March,
sloughing off 80,000 jobs. An economic consultant assesses the latest set of job numbers and what it indicates
about the health of the U.S. economy.

Category:       Employment
NOLA:           MLNH 009101
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base       Length: 60           Airdate: 4/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:14:25
President Bush, Congress Clash Over Colombia Trade Deal: President Bush announced Monday that he would
send a free trade agreement between the U.S. and Colombia to Congress for approval. While the White House
urged swift action, Democrats raised concerns over anti-union violence in Colombia and the deal's impact on
U.S. jobs. Lawmakers discuss the measure.




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Category:      Employment
NOLA:          NBRT 028015
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/4/2008 6:30 PM/500          Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Employment Numbers Generate More Recession Fears; What's
In The Foreclosure Prevention Bill; China's Economic Growth May Take Root In Latin Nations; "Market
Monitor"-Michael Hasenstab, Portfolio Mgr. Templeton Global Fund; "Last Word"-A Huge Slice of the Dot
Com Pie.

Category:       Employment
NOLA:           MLNH 009109
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:10:48
High-tech School Prepares Students for Shifting Economy: Paul Solman reports on a high school in California
that pushes its students to focus on the future by preparing for jobs in the world of high technology -- while also
helping the U.S. stay competitive in a global marketplace.

Category:       Employment
NOLA:           MLNH 009111
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 4/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:10:27
Economy Weighs on Minds of Pittsburgh Voters: As part of the Big Picture election series focusing on
Pittsburgh, Ray Suarez examines how the economy and other issues are weighing on the minds of voters in
Steel City as the region works to reinvent itself from an industrial-based economy.

Category:      Employment
NOLA:           MLNH 009113
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 4/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:08:30
In Pittsburgh, Robots Help Rebuild Struggling Economy: As Pittsburgh continues to rebuild itself after the loss
of thousands of manufacturing jobs in the 1980s, a technology industry is emerging. Tom Bearden reports on
how engineers in the city are developing robots for everything from elderly care to military operations.

Category:      Employment
NOLA:          MLNH 009115
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:07:51
Senate Votes to Prevent Genetic Discrimination in the Workplace: As research of preventative genetic testing
increases, many fear the impact this information can have on employment and health-insurance practices --
leading the Senate to vote Thursday to ban genetic-based discrimination. An expert on genetics examines the
issue.




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Category:      Employment
NOLA:           UNCA 000104
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: Collateral Damage/Not Just a Paycheck                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 4/18/2008 10:00 PM               Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The role globalization has played in the increase of diabetes, cardiovascular and kidney diseases and
tuberculosis in the Pacific islands. Also: how job insecurity and unemployment can impact one's health.

Category:      Employment
NOLA:          MLNH 009119
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:14:54
New Policy Urges Soldiers to Seek Mental Health Care: In a bid to encourage veterans to get needed
counseling, the Pentagon said Thursday that most military and civilian employees will no longer be required to
disclose mental health treatment when applying for government jobs. Experts examine the impact of the new
rule.

Category:     Employment
NOLA:          MLNH 009137
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:06:26
Justices Back Workers in Race, Age Discrimination Suits: The high court sided Tuesday with employees -- one
at a Cracker Barrel restaurant, one a postal worker -- who sought to file lawsuits after facing retaliation for
complaining about race and age discrimination. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal examines the cases.

Category:     Employment
NOLA:         NBRT 028051
Series Title: Nightly Business Report            Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/26/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Get Ready for Retirement; Figuring Out The Financials; The Experts Offer Their Opinions On The Best Road
To Retirement; When Will You Be Ready To Retire?; Social Security Strategies.

Category:      Employment
NOLA:          NBRT 028052
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/27/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Stephen Wood, Senior Portfolio Strategist at
Russell Investments; Bargain Hunters Give New Home Sales A Much Needed Boost; Airline Stocks Rise as
Crude Oil Prices Fall; The Slow Economy Has Employers Putting The Brakes On Perks; "Of Mutual Interest"-
John Waggoner, Mutual Fund Columnist at "USA Today."




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Category:      Employment
NOLA:           BMJL 001210
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base                Length: 60
Airdate: 6/14/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Holly Sklar on Work and Wages: Holly Sklar, co-author of "Raise the Floor: Wages and Policies that Work for
All of Us," discusses what current economic conditions say about the state of the American dream; LA Labor:
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL analyzes the growing inequality gap on the ground in Los Angeles where recently
union workers marched to bring attention to how they are getting squeezed out of the shrinking middle class;
Steve Fraser on Gilded Ages: Steve Fraser, historian and author of "Wall Street: America's Dream Palace,"
discusses the modern parallels and differences to the first Gilded Age, the big disparity between the rich and
poor, and the increasing strain on working Americans.

Category:     Employment
NOLA:         MLNH 009145
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short           Length: 60             Airdate: 6/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:07:30
Unemployment Rate Jumps as Economic Woes Mount: The nation's unemployment rate hit 5.5 percent in May
as employers cut some 49,000 jobs, providing a fresh snapshot of a still-struggling U.S. economy. Mark Zandi,
chief economist with Moody's Economy.com, explains the new Labor Department report and what it means for
the economy.

Category:      Employment
NOLA:          MLNH 009146
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:09:08
Fuel Costs, Job Losses Batter U.S. Economy: Rising fuel prices and news of massive job losses buffeted an
already shaken U.S. economy in the past week. The record energy prices are affecting the cost of everything
from baked goods to diapers. Journalists John Authers and Roben Farzad discuss how the prices got that high
and whether it appears they will stay that way.

Category:      Employment
NOLA:          NBRT 028060
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/6/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices And Unemployment Rock Wall Street; John Kilduff,
Energy Analyst at MF Global Offers An Outlook on Oil; "Market Monitor"-Derwood Chase, President of Chase
Investment Counsel.

Category:      Employment
NOLA:          NBRT 028064
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/12/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Yahoo!/Google Connection; Lehman Brothers Rebuilds
With Top Management Shake Ups; "Economic Choices '2008"-Dan Tarullo, Shares Sen. Barack Obama's
Economic Strategy; Help Wanted--Teens to Fill Summer Jobs; "Bill of Health"-Self Service in the ER.



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Category:       Energy
NOLA:            MLNH 009103
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60            Airdate: 4/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:08:35
Economics Writer Examines Oil's Shifting Market Position: In the first in a series of NewsHour interviews on
oil's standing in the rapidly changing world economy, author Vijay Vaitheeswaran discusses the causes and
effects of the recent rise in oil prices and how energy technologies will impact future business practices.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          MLNH 009104
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60            Airdate: 4/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:07:41
Tracking Oil's Journey From the Pipeline to the Pump: The price of oil fell slightly Thursday after reaching a
record high a day earlier. In the second installment of our series on the consequences of the high price of oil,
Lisa Margonelli, a fellow with the New America Foundation, discusses her book "Oil on the Brain: Adventures
from the Pump to the Pipeline."

Category:       Energy
NOLA:           MLNH 009106
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60            Airdate: 4/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:09:17
Chevron Executive Discusses Oil Prices, Industry Outlook: In the third of the NewsHour's 'Costly Crude' series
on the rising price of oil, a Chevron executive offers insight on rising oil prices and the future of the oil
industry.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:           MLNH 009107
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 4/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:08:41
Schwarzenegger Adviser Outlines U.S. Oil Addiction: In the fourth installment of the NewsHour's Costly Crude
series, environmentalist and adviser to California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Terry Tamminen discusses the
shrinking oil supply with Ray Suarez.




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Category:     Energy
NOLA:         MLNH 009115
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:31
Pittsburgh Renews Itself With 'Green' Technologies: Pittsburgh, once described as the nation's "dirtiest city," is
working hard to reverse that image with new energy efficient initiatives. Paul Solman looks at how the Steel
City has become reinvigorated by implementing new "green" energy technologies.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:           NBRT 028039
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/8/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Wal-Mart And Costco Ring Up Sales In April; "A Tale of Five
Cities"-Silicon Valley, California; "Bill of Health"-Hospitals Go Green; "Commentary"-Gas Price Solutions;
"Last Word"-The Value of Mom.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:           NBRT 028043
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/14/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Street Critique -- Kevin Depew, Executive Editor of Minyanville.com; Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the
News; Food Prices Take A Bigger Bite Out of U.S. Budgets; "Green Options: Fuel"-Ethanol from Sugar;
"Money File"-Money Management Summer School; "Last Word"-A Different Kind of Horsepower.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          MLNH 009139
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:08:51
Venture Capitalists Look to Green Businesses for Boom: A recent surge in investments by venture capitalists in
eco-friendly businesses is possibly triggering a boom in green and clean technology. Analysts report on the
green market and its ability to make money while saving oil.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          NBRT 028045
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/16/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; New Home Sales Are Up But That's Not Necessarily A Good
Thing; "Green Options: Fuel"-Under the Sea; "Market Monitor"-Chris Davis, Portfolio Manager of the Davis
Selected American Shares; "Economic Choices 2008"-- John McCain's Economic Advisor Explains The
Candidate's Energy Plans And Policies; "Last Word"-National Bike To Work Day.




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Category:      Energy
NOLA:          NBRT 028048
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/21/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Reaches A Crude New Record High; The Energy Crisis
Fuels A Grilling On Capitol Hill; "Pain at the Pump"-Impact on Small Businesses; "Street Critique" -Hilary
Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech Research and Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-
Price Panic.

Category:       Energy
NOLA:           COSE 014117
Series Title: Charlie Rose              Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/10/2008 11:30 PM/503                 Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the price of oil with Charles Maxwell, Richard Berner, James Burkhard and Amy
Myers Jaffe. Then, a conversation with author Misha Glenny about his book "McMafia: A Journey Through the
Global Criminal Underworld."

Category:      Energy
NOLA:           MLNH 009141
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short             Length: 60              Airdate: 6/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:14:24
Lawmakers Struggle to Agree on Plan for Emissions Cuts, Energy Policy: A new climate bill on Capitol Hill
aims to reduce carbon emissions by creating a hotly-debated carbon cap-and-trade system. Senators on both
sides of the debate weigh the pros and cons of instituting such a system and how it could impact energy and
environmental policy.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          MLNH 009142
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:07:16
'Guns, Germs, and Steel' Author Discusses Costly Crude and the Future of Oil: In another of the NewsHour's
ongoing 'Costly Crude' series, geography professor and famed author Jared Diamond discusses the future of oil
in view of current high prices.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          MLNH 009146
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:09:08
Fuel Costs, Job Losses Batter U.S. Economy: Rising fuel prices and news of massive job losses buffeted an
already shaken U.S. economy in the past week. The record energy prices are affecting the cost of everything
from baked goods to diapers. Journalists John Authers and Roben Farzad discuss how the prices got that high
and whether it appears they will stay that way.




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Category:      Energy
NOLA:           MLNH 009149
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60               Airdate: 6/12/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:08:03
Drilling for Natural Gas in Wyoming Raises Debate: Wyoming has some of the largest natural gas reserves in
the country -- underneath public land -- leading to a debate over whether to drill or preserve the land for other
uses. NewsHour correspondent Spencer Michels reports from Wyoming.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          NBRT 028059
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/5/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Credit Rating Agencies Get An Overhaul; Lawmakers Gun For
Bear in the Bear Stearns Bail Out; Honeywell Aerospace CEO Robert Gillette Talks About Flying Amid The
Fuel Crisis; "Green Options"-Recycling And Reusing Soybean Oil; "Commentary"-Capital Costs.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          NBRT 028060
Series Title: Nightly Business Report
Version: SD-Short            Length: 30            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices And Unemployment Rock Wall Street; John Kilduff,
Energy Analyst at MF Global Offers An Outlook on Oil; "Market Monitor"-Derwood Chase, President of Chase
Investment Counsel.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:14:10
McCain and Obama Tout Differing Energy Plans: Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are honing their
stances on climate and energy policy, focusing on issues like the federal gas tax and offshore drilling. Advisers
for each campaign examine the energy policy debate.

Category:     Energy
NOLA:          MLNH 009154
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:11:06
Minority Leader Boehner Details War Funding Moves, Energy Policy Debate: Lawmakers met Thursday to
debate funding allocations for the Iraq and Afghan wars, while continuing to mull how to best address soaring
gas prices. House Minority Leader John Boehner explains GOP priorities in the House and how Congress has
handled its most pressing issues.




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Category:      Energy
NOLA:          MLNH 009155
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:12:11
Shields, Brooks Discuss Obama's Fundraising Shift, McCain's Energy Proposal: Tensions between the
presumptive presidential nominees escalated over Sen. Barack Obama's refusal of public funds and Sen. John
McCain's call to lift a ban on offshore drilling. Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the political news of the
week.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:           TASM 001422
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 12:30:00 AM/503            Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Energy journalist Robert Bryce analyzes the oil price and production rhetoric that the candidates have used on
the presidential campaign trail. Actor Sir Ben Kingsley describes what drew him to the character of Dr. Squires
in his new film "The Wackness."

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          BMJL 001212
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/28/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Contemplating "Climate Security": Congress has been contemplating global warming in the form of the Climate
Security Act. Bill Moyers talks with Senator Barbara Boxer; EXPOSE on THE JOURNAL - Worker Safety:
EXPOSE and THE JOURNAL go inside America's poultry industry, which employs almost a quarter million
workers nationwide, to show the reality of working conditions and to investigate how official statistics showing
a drop in workplace injuries may have been the result of deceptive reporting; Moyers on Big Oil: A Bill
Moyers' essay.

Category:       Energy
NOLA:           COSE 014130
Series Title: Charlie Rose             Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 6/27/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS     Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama campaigning together with Paul Begala and Adam
Nagourney. Then, a conversation with Daniel Yergin, Chairman of Cambridge Energy Research Associate.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          MLNH 009156
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:04:33
Candidates Stump in Battleground Western States: Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain took shots at each
other over energy policy as they each toured Western states, hoping to drive home their message in what could
be new battlegrounds this campaign season.




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Category:       Energy
NOLA:           MLNH 009157
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:12:38
Increasing Fuel Costs Raise New Energy Concerns: Concerns over high oil prices continue as lawmakers
struggle to find production solutions. Two energy consultants discuss the factors behind the ongoing price
jumps and analyze the trajectory of fuel costs for the near future.

Category:      Energy
NOLA:          MLNH 009158
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:09:21
As Oil Prices Rise, Carmakers Look to Electric Future: Rising oil prices and improvements in battery
technology are fueling new interest in developing electric cars. Spencer Michels reports on how industry giants
and start-up car companies alike plan to release new vehicles by 2010.

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Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          JCOA 000301
Series Title: Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures
Episode Title: Return to the Amazon, Part 1                 Version: SD-Embedded Promo Length: 60
Airdate: 4/2/2008 8:00 PM/502          Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
Twenty-five years ago, Jean-Michel Cousteau traveled to the Amazon with his father to study this exotic
ecosystem. In a time of accelerating environmental change, he returns to this rushing heartbeat of our planet,
down the river whose waters circulate through all oceans. The Cousteau family and the Ocean Adventures team
make discoveries both inspiring and shocking in this region of urgency and conflict, as well as of hope for
biodiversity and sustainability. Part 1 of 2.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          JCOA 000302
Series Title: Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures
Episode Title: Return to the Amazon, Part 2         Version: SD-Embedded Promo            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/11/2008 5:00 AM/500 Service: PBS Format: Documentary
Twenty-five years ago, Jean-Michel Cousteau traveled to the Amazon with his father to study this exotic
ecosystem. In a time of accelerating environmental change, he returns to this rushing heartbeat of our planet,
down the river whose waters circulate through all oceans. The Cousteau family and the Ocean Adventures team
make discoveries both inspiring and shocking in this region of urgency and conflict, as well as of hope for
biodiversity and sustainability. Part 2 of 2.




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Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           MLNH 009107
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base      Length: 60              Airdate: 4/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:08:41
Schwarzenegger Adviser Outlines U.S. Oil Addiction: In the fourth installment of the NewsHour's Costly Crude
series, environmentalist and adviser to California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger Terry Tamminen discusses the
shrinking oil supply with Ray Suarez.

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NAAT 002509
Series Title: Nature | What Females Want and Males Will Do
Episode Title: What Females Want Version: SD-Embedded Promo                  Length: 60
Airdate: 4/6/2008 8:00 PM/502          Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
In the animal world females often call the shots. But their decisions may be surprising. In an effort to
understand the mating game, NATURE follows biologist Chadden Hunter, PhD, through the Simien Mountains
of northern Ethiopia, as he observes a troop of geladas, close cousins of baboons. He found that in gelada
society females make all the decisions about mating, even though males are twice their size. The males are
evaluated on everything from body heat to baby sitting skills. And once selected, no male gelada can ever rest
on his laurels. Another male is always auditioning for his job. You'll also see female barn swallows that choose
a male by the color of his chest and encounter a robotic sage grouse that is helping researchers learn about this
species' elaborate courtship displays.

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NAAT 002510
Series Title: Nature | What Females Want and Males Will Do
Episode Title: What Males Will Do             Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/13/2008 8:00 PM/502                    Service: PBS
Apparently, there is nothing a male will not do for the right to mate with a female -- dance, sing, fight, change
body colors, illuminate, even agree to be eaten alive. There is often a surplus of males, and they are instinctively
driven to compete in order to pass their genes to the next generation. But it takes two to tango. Now, scientists
are learning to what extremes males will go in order to find that dance partner.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          NAAT 002511
Series Title: Nature          Episode Title: The Gorilla King               Version: SD-Base
Length: 60             Airdate: 4/20/2008 20:00 PM/502              Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
In 1974, renowned primatologist Dian Fossey introduced a young researcher named Kelly Stewart to a gorilla
family Fossey was studying. Stewart, daughter of actor Jimmy Stewart, was the first to see a tiny new baby
gorilla. She named him Titus, and her journal entry began the up-close observation of his life that researchers
have continued to this day. NATURE retraces the life of Titus, silverback leader, from birth to present reign,
spanning a tumultuous period in the history of a species and a nation in "The Gorilla King."




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Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           COSE 014078
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base                Length: 60
Airdate: 4/16/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, about his book
"Common Wealth." Then, a conversation with author Richard Price about his book "Lush Life."

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           FRON 002510
Series Title: Frontline               Episode Title: Hot Politics           Version: SD-Base
Length: 60             Airdate: 4/22/2008 10:00 PM/501              Service: PBS            Format: News
"The way it happened was the equivalent to flipping the bird, frankly, to the rest of the world - on an issue about
which they felt so deeply." That is how former New Jersey governor and the former Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) Administrator Christine Todd Whitman describes the Bush administration's decision to
withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol on climate change in Hot Politics, a FRONTLINE report co-produced with
the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR). As more and more Americans look for a response to the realities
of climate change, FRONTLINE correspondent Deborah Amos investigates the political decisions that have
prevented the United States government from confronting one of the most serious problems facing humanity
today.

Category:     Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:         MLNH 009110
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:04:59
Earthquake Shakes Up American Midwest: The Midwest awoke to a forceful magnitude 5.2 earthquake early
Friday morning. The earthquake, centered in southern Illinois, damaged property but no injuries were reported.
Ray Suarez talks to an expert about the rare Midwest quake.

Category:     Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:         MLNH 009115
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:31
Pittsburgh Renews Itself With 'Green' Technologies: Pittsburgh, once described as the nation's "dirtiest city," is
working hard to reverse that image with new energy efficient initiatives. Paul Solman looks at how the Steel
City has become reinvigorated by implementing new "green" energy technologies.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          NAAT 002402
Series Title: Nature           Episode Title: Penguins of the Antarctic             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 4/27/2008 8:00 PM/502          Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
Emperors and kings, chinstraps and adelies -- the penguins of Antarctica all make their home in one of the most
unforgiving environments on Earth. Their life has always been a constant struggle to survive. But their biggest
challenge is yet to come. As the climate changes, long-established territories are being invaded, and traditional
nesting colonies are being disrupted. How will these extraordinary birds deal with the full effects of global
warming?



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Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          NAAT 002511
Series Title: Nature         Episode Title: The Gorilla King        Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/20/2008 8:00 PM/502            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
In 1974, renowned primatologist Dian Fossey introduced a young researcher named Kelly Stewart to a gorilla
family Fossey was studying. Stewart, daughter of actor Jimmy Stewart, was the first to see a tiny new baby
gorilla. She named him Titus, and her journal entry began the up-close observation of his life that researchers
have continued to this day. NATURE retraces the life of Titus, silverback leader, from birth to present reign,
spanning a tumultuous period in the history of a species and a nation in "The Gorilla King."

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          NBRT 028024
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/17/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Google Makes Gains Despite the Slow Economy; Merrill
Lynch Misses The Mark; "Economic Choices 2008" -The Issue of Climate Change; "Commentary"-Reel Life
Lesson; "Tech Talk" -Going Green.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          NBRT 028027
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/22/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Flow Closer To A New Record High; Commodities
Chaos Has Farmers Crying Foul; Stock Dividends Are Diminishing; Interbrand CEO Andy Bateman Shares
The Findings of His Company's Green Survey; "Of Mutual Interest"-Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for
"Money" Magazine and Author of "Your Money and Your Brain;" "Last Word"-Sunchips Go Green.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NGSD 000201 Stacked
Series Title: National Geographic's Strange Days on Planet Earth
Episode Title: Dangerous Catch/Dirty Secrets                  Version: SD-Stacked
Length: 120         Airdate: 4/23/2008 10:00 PM/501           Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
Invaders - Alien species of plants and animals have invaded every continent. They have enormous powers; they
spread disease; they devour buildings. Some are undermining the very land beneath our feet. Think of them as
the first wave of an assault that could drive the greatest mass extinctions since the end of the dinosaurs. What is
causing this invasion, and what can we do to stop the rising tide?

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           RCUY 000000
Series Title: Return of the Cuyahoga; The              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/20/2008 3:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS           Format: Demonstration/Instructional
On June 22, 1969, the polluted Cuyahoga River caught fire. The river didn’t burn just in Cleveland -- it burned
in the nation’s imagination. The country was beginning to pay attention to what was happening to its natural
resources. The fire started a chain of events that hasn’t stopped yet. These include the Clean Water Act, the
Clean Air Act, Earth Day, the creation of environmental protection agencies at the federal and state levels and a
rapidly growing consciousness in America about the environment. The Cuyahoga is America’s best example yet
of a watery success story. The dead river came clean -- and back to life again.



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Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:            ADIR 000000
Series Title: Adirondacks; The                Version: SD-Embedded Promo                    Length: 120
Airdate: 6/16/2008 9:00 PM                    Service: PBS                  Format: Documentary
On six million acres in upstate New York, the Adirondack Park is by far the largest park in the lower 48 states.
Its land is divided almost evenly between protected wilderness and privately owned tracts creating a pattern of
ownership that maintains a delicate relationship between progress and preservation. Through the perspectives of
several characters, this program explores the history, seasonal landscape and current state of the Adirondacks.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          MLNH 009126
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 5/12/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:58
Green Industry Hub Rises From Rust Belt Ruins: Paul Solman reports on innovators who are making the
Pittsburgh region an eco-showcase of the benefits of going green and bringing new hope to the economically
depressed Rust Belt region.

Category:     Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          MLNH 009128
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 5/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:12
Polar Bears Listed as 'Threatened' Due to Loss of Arctic Ice: In a highly-anticipated decision, the Interior
Department on Wednesday declared the polar bear "threatened" under the Endangered Species Act because of
shrinking Arctic ice due to global warming. Two analysts consider the impact of the decisions.

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:            NAAT 002512
Series Title: Nature            Episode Title: Superfish              Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60           Airdate: 5/4/2008 8:00 PM/502            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
They slice through the water's surface with explosive power, sail, spear and a half ton of muscle flashing in the
sun. Their journeys through the open ocean are epic, their life cycle, bizarre. They are the billfish - marlin,
sailfish, spearfish, and swordfish - largest and most highly prized of all gamefish. Rarely caught on film, their
astonishing story has never been fully told. Emmy award-winning filmmaker and biologist Rick Rosenthal
brings a lifetime of experience with these incredible sea creatures to the screen as he observes tiny billfish
nurseries in the wild, dives deep into secret undersea canyons, films incredible color-changing behavior and
embarks on a quest for an elusive thousand-pound "grander."

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NAAT 002513
Series Title: Nature           Episode Title: Prince of the Alps                Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/12/2008 12:00 AM/500            Service: PBS             Format: Documentary
High in the Austrian Alps, a female red deer, a leader in her herd, gives birth to a calf. Her status makes him a
prince among the other calves. The two are at the center of a wilderness story that features not only the wild
alpine herds of majestic red deer, but also a variety of other wildlife that lives in the mountains, including roe
deer, ibex, fox, chamois, and marmots. From the surrounding towns and villages come cars, hunters, skiers,



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hikers and pet dogs, all of which threaten the survival of the red deer herds. A harsh and icy winter also takes
its toll. Will the prince and his mother endure through it all?

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          NBRT 028034
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/1/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; ExxonMobil's Stock Slides Despite $11B Profit; As Fuel Prices
Rise Passenger Frustrations Take Off; "Meet the Buffetts" - Peter Buffett, The Youngest Buffett;
"Commentary"-The Political Climate And The Environment.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          NBRT 028042
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/13/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Wal-Mart's Happy Face May Not Smile Through The Summer;
"Green Options: Fuel"-Hybrid Corn; Kiva President Premal Shah, Says Farmers And Crops Are Still Coming
In; "Commentary"-Colombia FTA.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NBRT 028043
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/14/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Street Critique -- Kevin Depew, Executive Editor of Minyanville.com; Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the
News; Food Prices Take A Bigger Bite Out of U.S. Budgets; "Green Options: Fuel"-Ethanol from Sugar;
"Money File"-Money Management Summer School; "Last Word"-A Different Kind of Horsepower.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NOVA 003405
Series Title: NOVA             Episode Title: First Flower           Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60              Airdate: 5/9/2008 1:00 PM            Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
In a story blooming with beauty and scientific mystery, this program explores the incredible truth that lies
behind the ravishing flowers we so love to behold: that humans could not have existed or evolved without them.
"First Flower" probes the controversial discovery of Archaefructus, a Chinese fossil scientists believe is the
earliest evidence of a flower yet found on Earth. Following the trail of clues to the fossil's origins, a vivid
journey takes NOVA's cameras deep into the lush wilds of China, giving audiences a view into a spectacular
living safety deposit box, where some of the world's most beloved flowers originated.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          TASM 001394
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/10/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Environmental activist Majora Carter discusses whether the presidential candidates are addressing issues that
are important to inner-city America. Oscar-winning actress Helen Hunt talks about her film directing debut in
"Then She Found Me" and why the film took ten years to make.




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Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          ISEW 000000
Series Title: Eden at the End of the World           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/29/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
Where the Atlantic and Pacific oceans collide, at the bottom of South America, is Patagonia, one of the last
great wild Eden's on Earth. Join National Geographic on a journey to this breathtaking sub-Antarctic region
now facing its greatest challenge recovering from the misguided actions of man. Eden at the End of the World
offers a wondrous glimpse into the pristine haven that is Patagonia.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          MLNH 009133
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 5/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:06:09
Scientists Study Final Moments of Dying Star: The deaths of some stars are marked by a unique event: the
supernova. A NASA telescope captured a massive explosion in January, giving scientists clues into the
mechanics of our own world. Robert Kirshner of Harvard University explains the significance of the event.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           MLNH 009136
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:06:30
NASA's Phoenix Sends Intriguing Images From Mars: NASA's Phoenix Mars lander touched down Sunday and
began transmitting pictures from the northern arctic plains of Mars where scientists hope to find evidence of
water and life-sustaining conditions. Mission co-leader Ray Arvidson explains.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          MLNH 009138
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 5/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:12:15
Modernizing China Confronts Environmental Woes: Since undertaking market reforms in late 1970s, China has
enjoyed an economic boom -- but the economic progress has also produced serious environmental damage and
pollution problems. Margaret Warner reports on China's environmental woes and their impact on the run-up to
the Beijing Olympics.

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:            NAAT 002405
Series Title: Nature            Episode Title: Rhinoceros              Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/19/2008 12:00 AM/500            Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
Millions of rhinos once roamed the Earth. There were hundreds of species of all shapes and sizes. But today, the
rhinoceros is one of the planet's rarest animals, with three of its species on the brink of extinction. While there's
still a chance to save them, teams of rhino experts work to protect them from poachers, relocate them to better
habitats and breed them in captivity.




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Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NOVA 003417
Series Title: NOVA             Episode Title: Master of the Killer Ants              Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/27/2008 9:00 PM/501             Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
Filmed in High Definition with advanced macro-shooting techniques, "Master of the Killer Ants" garnered best
film awards at the Shanghai Film Festival and Japan's Wildlife Film Festival. The stunning footage includes
different castes of termites coursing through their intricate tunnels and the monstrously egg-swollen queen
herself, rippling with the contractions that deposit thousands of eggs per day. The climax comes as the invading
driver ants close in on the queen's royal cell.

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NOVA 003510
Series Title: NOVA                      Episode Title: Lord of the Ants        Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60              Airdate: 5/20/2008 9:00 PM/501                Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
Every so often a giant emerges on the stage of science, someone who transcends the narrow boundaries of a
particular line of research and alters our perspective on the world. E.O. Wilson is such a man. In "Lord of the
Ants," NOVA profiles this soft-spoken Southerner renowned for his scientific study of ants that led to his 1975
book "Sociobiology: The New Synthesis," where he put forth the notion that evolutionary principles could
explain social behavior throughout the animal kingdom, including in humans. Though sociobiology was a
controversial new discipline at the time, today experimental science shows that genes do play a role in aspects
of human behavior. E.O. Wilson is an icon of our times: a lord of the ants who sought to explain nature on earth
and who now fights for its survival through his worldwide conservation efforts. Actor and environmentalist
Harrison Ford narrates this engaging portrait of a ceaselessly active scientist and eloquent writer, who has
accumulated two Pulitzer Prizes among his many other honors.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           SEDE 000603
Series Title: Secrets of the Dead             Episode Title: Herculaneum Uncovered             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/30/2008 5:00 AM/500            Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
On August 24th, A.D. 79, the people of Herculaneum, a prosperous seaside town in Italy's Bay of Naples,
watched in horror as Mount Vesuvius erupted, hurling a boiling, churning column of gas and ash 10 miles high
into the sky. They saw the wind carry the deadly cloud toward the neighboring city of Pompeii, where the
hapless citizens suffered a slow and torturous death in the poisonous detritus. It was only a matter of time before
Vesuvius would unleash its fury on Herculaneum, killing its citizens in an even more spectacular and gruesome
way.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           MLNH 009141
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short             Length: 60              Airdate: 6/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:14:24
Lawmakers Struggle to Agree on Plan for Emissions Cuts, Energy Policy: A new climate bill on Capitol Hill
aims to reduce carbon emissions by creating a hotly-debated carbon cap-and-trade system. Senators on both
sides of the debate weigh the pros and cons of instituting such a system and how it could impact energy and
environmental policy.




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Category:     Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:         MLNH 009149
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 6/12/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:03:59
Floods and Tornadoes Ravage Midwest: Record rainfall and historic numbers of tornadoes have wreaked havoc
on many parts of the Midwest, particularly in Iowa where a Boy Scout camp was decimated and flooding has
caused thousands to evacuate. Kwame Holman reports on the widespread damage.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           MLNH 009150
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60             Airdate: 6/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:03:58
Midwest Suffers Heavy Flooding Along Mississippi River: The U.S. Midwest is currently suffering through
heavy floods, especially in Iowa, after a bout of torrential rains. Kwame Holman reports on the scope of the
disaster and efforts to curb the dangerous floods.

Category:     Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:         NAAT 002208
Series Title: Nature         Episode Title: Snowflake: The White Gorilla          Version: SD-Base
Length: 60       Airdate: 6/8/2008 8:00 PM/502             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
The only known albino gorilla in the world, Snowflake, lived nearly 40 years as a beloved resident of the
Barcelona Zoo. His appearance made him a star, but also led to his death from a rare skin cancer. Scientists and
handlers who knew him and worked with him tell his remarkable story, and reflect on his legacy.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          NAAT 002313
Series Title: Nature
Episode Title: Crime Scene Creatures                   Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/2/2008 12:00 AM/500                     Service: PBS
Format: Documentary                    Segment Length: 00:56:46
Meet a host of scientists and law enforcement agents who are enlisting crime-solving recruits from the natural
world. Watch remarkable real-life case studies reconstructed to reveal the elegant detective work that animals
and plants carry out. Flies and their maggots reveal how long a body has lain undiscovered. Microscopic pollen
can match a killer to the scene of his crime. Sniffer dogs can track distant criminals and detect tiny quantities of
gasoline used to mount an arson attack. Even terrorists can be snared by animal crime busters -- maggots found
in the aftermath of an explosion can be analyzed for traces of chemicals, giving vital clues as to who carried out
the attack.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NAAT 002501
Series Title: Nature          Episode Title: Silence of the Bees             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/15/2008 8:00 PM/502            Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
From the beginning, honeybees have played a key role in human survival. Most fruit trees and vegetable species
are entirely dependent on bees to produce, and there's no artificial replacement for natural pollination. But the
bees are disappearing. Massive die-offs, first reported in November 2006, are now the subject of international
emergency research as scientists race to discover the cause of this ecological disaster. Could it be a disease? Is it


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caused by pesticides, genetically modified foods or radiation from cell phone towers? Whatever is happening,
we must solve the mystery and correct the problem soon or face unimaginable consequences.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          TASM 001411
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/4/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
DNC Rules Committee member and advisor to Sen. Clinton, Harold Ickes, describes what he sees as a possible
course of action for his candidate and when he feels she will make her final decision about the nomination.
Emmy-winning actress Betty White explains how she came to love animals as a child.

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           FRON 002614
Series Title: Frontline       Episode Title: Young and Restless in China           Version: SD-Base
Length: 120        Airdate: 6/17/2008 10:00 PM/501         Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
A riveting journey, "Young & Restless in China" tracks the lives of nine ambitious young Chinese struggling to
make it in this tumultuous and rapidly changing society. Whether defying Eastern traditions in pursuit of
Western values, struggling through government protocols to start a new business, or fighting to preserve the
environment, this new generation is caught between the bonds of their nation's history and their own quest for a
future.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          MLNH 009151
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 6/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:46
Iowa Reels From Bout of Severe Flooding: Flood fears eased in Iowa City Monday, as a string of towns along
the Mississippi River prepared for new problems after recent torrential rains spurred heavy flooding. A reporter
from Iowa Public Radio provides an update.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:07:44
Ongoing Midwest Flooding Threatens Mississippi River Levees: As the Mississippi River continues to rise
through Iowa, Illinois and Missouri, federal officials fear many of the existing levees will fail, stressing the
region's flood prevention system. A civil engineer discusses the science of levees.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:14:10
McCain and Obama Tout Differing Energy Plans: Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are honing their
stances on climate and energy policy, focusing on issues like the federal gas tax and offshore drilling. Advisers
for each campaign examine the energy policy debate.



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Category:     Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:         MLNH 009154
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60              Airdate: 6/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                      Segment Length: 00:09:26
Three Years On, New Orleans Still Struggles With Hurricane Debris: Nearly three years after Hurricane Katrina
hit New Orleans, the city is still coping with the toxic debris the storm left behind. Betty Ann Bowser reports
from New Orleans on the ongoing controversy over the city's landfills.

Category:     Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:         MLNH 009155
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base            Length: 60           Airdate: 6/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:08:27
Iowa Floods Wreak Havoc on Farming Communities: After heavy rains triggered massive flooding in Iowa,
some farms were completely submerged, causing heavy crop and livestock losses. Elizabeth Brackett reports on
how one Iowa farmer is coping with the damage.

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NAAT 002307
Series Title: Nature           Episode Title: Underdogs              Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/22/2008 8:00 PM/502            Service: PBS            Format: Other
Through tough love and tenacious training, a bloodhound and a bearded collie overcome early misfortunes in
life. UNDERDOGS reveals extreme doggie makeovers, shot as "reality style" television. Two pure-bred dogs
are selected from animal shelters and adoption centers in the U.S. and England -- a bearded collie and a
bloodhound. With the help of trainers, they will each be taught to hone their skills as working dogs, then tested,
to judge their success. By the end of the film each dog will have a new home.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          NBRT 028070
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS                 Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Surge In Anticipation of The Saudi Summit; The
Impact of the Midwest Flooding on the Economy; China's Pre-Olympic Anti Pollution Plan; "Market Monitor"-
Eugene Peroni, Jr., Sr. V.P. of Equity Research Advisors, Asset Management.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NOVA 003312
Series Title: NOVA
Episode Title: Mystery of the Megavolcano              Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/17/2008 9:00 PM/501             Service: PBS         Format: Other
A remote lake in Southeast Asia conceals evidence of Earth’s greatest volcanic cataclysm of the last 100,000
years. Miles beneath its placid surface lies a magma chamber that exploded so violently during the Ice Age that
gases and ash may have encircled the globe and blotted out the sun for years on end. The Toba eruption may
have helped kick the climate into an unprecedented freeze and perhaps even pushed ancestral human
populations to the brink of extinction. In a classic science detective story, NOVA pieces together the clues
about this great catastrophe and probes questions raised about human evolution and Earth’s fragile ecosystems.



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Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:            RSAN 000000
Series Title: Ribbon of Sand                   Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 1:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The Outer Banks of North Carolina are a slim and moving line of sand in the open Atlantic. Many travelers
think they know these islands, but south of Ocracoke Inlet there rises a luminous bar of sand 60 miles in extent,
with no roads, no bridges and no hotels. These are the wild beaches of Cape Lookout - one of the few remaining
natural barrier islands in the world. At once an exaltation and elegy, "Ribbon of Sand" profiles this seascape and
the transitory islands that are doomed to disappear. Meryl Streep reads excerpts from Rachel Carson's writings.

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           WWIR 004751
Series Title: Washington Week                   Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 8:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Could this be the first half-billion-dollar election? Welcome to Atlanta, where we'll talk money, politics, and the
2008 campaign this week on "Washington Week." Al Gore said, "Take it from me, elections matter." Better late
than never. Al Gore joins the 2008 political fray just as Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) and Barack Obama (D-IL)
prepare to take each other on in earnest. McCain said, "I know I have to out-campaign my opponent in every
respect, and so I do not underestimate. I consider myself an underdog." Obama said, "When it comes to
education, Senator McCain, I believe, is out of touch with the situation of many hardworking Americans." Both
sides are getting in position for political hand-to-hand combat on foreign policy, the environment, and on which
one can create the most unbeatable general election organization. How are they doing? In Atlanta tonight, four
Washington Week regulars: Charles Babington of the Associated Press, Jean Cummings of Politico, John
Harwood of CNBC and the New York Times, and Doyle McManus of the Los Angeles Times.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          BMJL 001212
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/28/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Contemplating "Climate Security": Congress has been contemplating global warming in the form of the Climate
Security Act. Bill Moyers talks with Senator Barbara Boxer; EXPOSE on THE JOURNAL - Worker Safety:
EXPOSE and THE JOURNAL go inside America's poultry industry, which employs almost a quarter million
workers nationwide, to show the reality of working conditions and to investigate how official statistics showing
a drop in workplace injuries may have been the result of deceptive reporting; Moyers on Big Oil: A Bill
Moyers' essay.

Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           FROW 000705
Series Title: Frontline/World           Episode Title: Jesus in China                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/25/2008 1:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
As the world spotlight hits China this summer, reporter Evan Osnos goes inside one of the country's most
important, but least understood movements - China's underground churches. A joint project of
FRONTLINE/World and the Chicago Tribune, "Jesus in China" examines the wave of Christianity that has
been sweeping across the country in recent years, and the different ways the Chinese ruling party - officially
atheist - is now racing to control it. Also in this hour, two more stories from a small planet, including, "Living
on the Edge," producer/reporter Martin Smith's sobering look at communities around the world already
devastated by global climate change, and the story of a new movement of architects out to help solve
humanitarian problems through design.


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Category:       Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           GARI 000000
Series Title: Garden Insects                  Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/29/2008 10:30 PM/502               Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
Colorful close-up photography and an original music score, combined with facts about insect habitats and life
cycles, offer viewers a documentary film that is at once informative and aesthetically appealing. Viewers learn
about the multitude of insects in their own gardens - which ones are beneficial and which ones are destroying
their vegetables, who eats whom and why. The unique aspect of this documentary is that producer Chris
Korrow is both an organic farmer and a professional filmmaker, his insights coming from hard-won hours in the
fields and a love for the garden ecosystem.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           GLNP 000201
Series Title: Great Lodges of the National Parks              Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/25/2008 8:00 PM/502            Service: PBS             Format: Documentary
This episode takes viewers to the surreal desert landscape of Death Valley and the Furnace Creek Inn, a historic
four-diamond hotel that rises from the red rock like a shimmering oasis. In the lush Pacific Northwest, Lake
Quinault Lodge nestles in the heart of the Olympic National Forest, delighting guests with such old-fashioned
pleasures as a hike in the woods or a game of chess by the fire. It's a step back in time at Wallowa Lake Lodge,
where every item has been lovingly restored to its original 1920s condition. Finally, visitors can pay their
respects to Pele the goddess of fire at the historic Volcano House in Hawaii's thrilling Volcanoes National Park.

Category:        Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:            MLNH 009156
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 6/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:08:42
Midwest's Levees, Land Use Questioned Amid Floods: More than two dozen levees along the Mississippi and
its tributaries have broken under heavy flooding, leaving many communities questioning the region's levee
system and land usage. Elizabeth Brackett reports from Illinois on the struggle to keep levees standing.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           MLNH 009158
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:08:36
Justices Cut Valdez Damages, Rule on Child Rape: The Supreme Court rejected use of the death penalty for
those convicted of child rape Wednesday and cut the punitive damages awarded for the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil
spill. The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle recaps the decisions.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:           NAAT 002312
Series Title: Nature                   Episode Title: The Vanishing Lions            Version: SD-Base
Length: 60             Airdate: 6/29/2008 8:00 PM/502                Service: PBS
Format: Documentary                    Segment Length: 00:56:46
As the largest predator in Africa, the lion should have nothing to fear. But the king of the savannah is facing an
uncertain future. While concentrating on the dwindling number of elephants and rhinos, nobody suspected the
biggest of big cats was in trouble. When the number of lions turned out to be fewer than 30,000 and not 100,000


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as previously estimated, it was clear that the great lion had become vulnerable. We hear from lion experts,
farmers and Masai herdsmen as they explore solutions to the problems of saving lions and living with them.

Category:      Environment/Nature/Geography
NOLA:          NBRT 028073
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/25/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Interest Rates Remain Unchanged; The SEC's New Rules For
Credit Rating; "Green Options"-Governor Charlie Crist's Climate for Change Conference; "Money File"-
Uncovering Affordable Travel Deals.

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Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:          CFYP 000000
Series Title: Caring for Your Parents                 Version: SD-Base        Length: 120
Airdate: 4/2/2008 9:00 PM/502          Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
As the population ages, many adult children are grappling with an unprecedented social, cultural, economic, and
personal revolution as they transition into the primary caregiver role for their aging parents. Caring for Your
Parents is a moving film that draws much-needed attention to this universal reality, underscoring today's
struggle to keep parents at home, tensions between siblings, and the complexity of shifting caregiver roles
through an intimate look at five American families. In the end, the documentary contends successful caregiving
requires one primary ingredient--love.

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:          MLNH 009104
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base      Length: 60            Airdate: 4/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:04:36
Mary Jo Bang Examines Grief's Poetic Form, the Elegy: Mary Jo Bang is Professor of English and director of
the Creative Writing Program at Washington University. Her fifth book, "Elegy," which won of the National
Book Critics Circle Award, examines the pain and grief following the death of her son. She shares two poems
from the collection.

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:           MLNH 009106
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 4/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:09:59
Programs Seek to Aid Low-Paid, Working Women: Millions of women in the United States work long hours at
jobs that do not pay enough to support their families. Elizabeth Brackett reports on several programs set up to
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Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:          RREV 000102
Series Title: Retirement Revolution
Episode Title: On Our Own               Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/7/2008 10:00 PM/502 Service: PBS                     Format: Other
This episode continues exploring the challenges baby boomers face today and teaches viewers to assume
personal responsibility - so they'll be able to plan for retirement on their own terms.

Category:        Family/Marriage
NOLA:            TRAC 000000
Series Title: Truth About Cancer; The                Version: SD-Base               Length: 120
Airdate: 4/16/2008 9:00 PM/502               Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
An eye opening special that seeks to answer the provocative question, why does anyone still die of cancer? Told
in the first person by award winning filmmaker Linda Garmon, The Truth About Cancer shares the personal
story of her own husband's battle with cancer. Part science, part character-driven storytelling, this powerful
documentary will uncover the truth about cancer and tell us where we stand in fighting this decades-old war.

Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:           CARR 000109 Stacked
Series Title: Carrier           Episode Title: Get Home-itis/Full Circle
Version: SD-Stacked Embedded Promo                     Length: 120
Airdate: 5/1/2008 9:00 PM/502                   Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
"Get Home-itis" -- A six-month absence places a heavy burden on relationships. The Navy holds seminars to
counsel sailors on what to expect when they return home -- and how to make the transition smooth. The "Tiger
Cruise" ritual allows sailors to invite their family members aboard for the last leg of the deployment. "Full
Circle" -- As the Nimitz makes its final transit from Hawaii to California, the sailors and Marines on board
prepare to return to their homes and families. For those still on board, the "Tiger Cruise" provides a buffer, but
there’s no such transition for those who fly home early from Hawaii. As the Nimitz returns to her home port of
San Diego, sailors and Marines reflect on the deployment and take stock of what they’ve achieved. Was the
mission accomplished? There are tearful, joyful reunions at the pier.

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:           MLNH 009122
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:06:49
Mildred Loving, Key Figure in Civil Rights Era, Dies: In 1967, the Supreme Court ruled in the case of Loving
v. Virginia that laws against interracial marriage were unconstitutional. Mildred Loving, a black woman
married to a white man, had been prosecuted under one such Virginia law in 1958 and challenged it in the high
court. Loving died in early May at the age of 68.




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Category:     Family/Marriage
NOLA:         MLNH 009125
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:08:48
Frances Richey's Poetry Speaks to Son's Role as Soldier: "The Warrior" by Frances Richey is composed of 28
poems written by the poet to her son, Ben, a Green Beret who has served two tours of duty in Iraq. Jeffrey
Brown speaks with Richey and her son about the collection and their unique perspectives on the war.

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:          MLNH 009128
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:06:41
For Indiana Community, Myanmar's Cyclone Crisis Hits Home: Fort Wayne, IN, is home to one of the largest
Myanmar immigrant communities in the United States. Elizabeth Brackett reports on the community's unique
perspective on the handling of the humanitarian crisis in the aftermath of the cyclone that devastated the
country.

Category:     Family/Marriage
NOLA:          MLNH 009129
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:11:36
Calif. Court Ruling Renews Debate Over Gay Marriage: The California Supreme Court cleared the way for
same-sex marriages in the state Thursday, striking down a ban on gay and lesbian nuptials as unconstitutional.
Analysts examine reaction to the ruling and its possible impact on the gay marriage debate.

Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:           NOVA 003506
Series Title: NOVA             Episode Title: A Walk to Beautiful            Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/15/2008 5:00 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
A difficult journey that begins in loneliness and shame for thousands of Ethiopian women ends in a productive
new life and hope for the future in this award-winning film. Shot against a starkly beautiful landscape, "A Walk
to Beautiful" shares the inspiring stories of three women, rejected by their husbands and ostracized by their
communities, who leave home in search of treatment for obstetric fistula, a life-shattering complication of
childbirth.

Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:           TASM 001391
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/7/2008 12:30 AM/500                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Iraq commander Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, author of "Wiser in Battle," says there are lessons the U.S.
has yet to learn politically from the war in Iraq. Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall explains how being adopted has
impacted her music and gives a special performance.




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Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:           TASM 001393
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/9/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Nobel laureate and former president Jimmy Carter shares his thoughts on what will happen to the Democratic
Party after the nominee is chosen and recounts stories from his new book, "A Remarkable Mother."

Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:            BMJL 001208
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal             Version: SD-Short               Length: 60
Airdate: 5/31/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Body of War: Enter the story of Iraq war veteran Tomas Young who was shot and paralyzed less than a week
into his tour of duty. Three years in the making, "Body of War" tells the poignant tale of the young man's
journey from joining the service after 9/11 to fight in Afghanistan, to living with devastating wounds after being
deployed to Iraq instead; Phil Donahue and Ellen Spiro: Bill Moyers interviews former talk show host Phil
Donahue and Ellen Spiro on the true cost of war and their documentary, "Body of War."

Category:        Family/Marriage
NOLA:            INLE 000922
Series Title: Independent Lens                Episode Title: A Dream In Doubt             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60           Airdate: 5/22/2008 3:00 AM/500          Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
It was the first hate-based murder in the wake of September 11, 2001 - one of thousands of reported and
unreported hate crimes in the years that followed. The victim: a turbaned Sikh man in Mesa, Arizona, where his
family had sought religious freedom. The family is still determined to believe in the American Dream, even as
the nightmare continues for many religious and ethnic minorities in a climate of xenophobia and fear.

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:          INLE 000923
Series Title: Independent Lens               Episode Title: New Year Baby                Version: SD-Base
Length: 60            Airdate: 5/29/2008 3:00 AM/500              Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Born in a Thai refugee camp on Cambodian New Year, filmmaker Socheata Poeuv grew up in the United States
never knowing that her family had survived the Khmer Rouge genocide. In NEW YEAR BABY, she embarks
on a journey to Cambodia in search of the truth and why her family's history had been buried in secrecy for so
long.

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:           MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:07:24
Polygamy Ruling Raises Legal Debate on State Power: A Texas state appeals court ruled on Thursday that child
welfare officials had no right to seize more than 400 children taken last month from the Yearning For Zion
Ranch, a polygamous sect's compound in the state. The ruling however does not make clear what will happen to
the children or the legal position of their parents.




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Category:     Family/Marriage
NOLA:         OUDA 000000
Series Title: Depression: Out of the Shadows                Version: SD-Base                Length: 120
Airdate: 5/21/2008 9:00 PM/502               Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
Many Americans are keeping an important, possibly deadly secret: depression. Approximately 15 million
American adults live with this devastating disease which affects all age, race, gender, and socioeconomic
groups. Through the voices and stories of people living with depression and interviews with scientists,
"Depression: Out of the Shadows" provides a portrait of the disease never before seen on American television.

Category:     Family/Marriage
NOLA:          RREV 000102
Series Title: Retirement Revolution             Episode Title: On Our Own             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60             Airdate: 6/1/2008 3:00 AM/500                   Service: PBS          Format: Other
This episode continues exploring the challenges baby boomers face today and teaches viewers to assume
personal responsibility - so they'll be able to plan for retirement on their own terms.

Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:           TASM 001406
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/28/2008 12:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Iraq commander Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, author of "Wiser in Battle," says there are lessons the U.S.
has yet to learn politically from the war in Iraq. Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall explains how being adopted has
impacted her music and gives a special performance.

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:           COSE 014116
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/9/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Luca di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari. Then, a conversation with CBS's Jim
Nantz about his book "Always By My Side: A Father's Grace and a Sports Journey Unlike Any Other."

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:          MLNH 009150
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 6/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:05:33
Paul Solman Pays Tribute to His Father: Paul Solman offers reflections on his father, painter Joseph Solman, on
the occasion of Father's Day. Joseph died April 16 at his home in Manhattan at age 99.

Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:            TASM 001416
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/11/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In part one of a two-part conversation, Oscar-winning actor and best-selling author Sidney Poitier describes his
first experiences with American racism and explains the lesson that he wants to pass along to his granddaughter
in his latest book, "Life Beyond Measure."




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Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:           TASM 001417
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/12/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In part two of a two-part conversation, Sidney Poitier, acclaimed actor and author of "Life Beyond Measure:
Letters to My Great-Granddaughter," shares the story of what his mother's visit to a soothsayer revealed about
his future and tackles the question of the purpose of his life.

Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:           TASM 001420
Series Title: Tavis Smiley              Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/17/2008 12:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Paul Rieckhoff, executive director and founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, explains the need
for a national call to better support our returning troops. Actor Hill Harper, who is on Sen. Obama's National
Finance Committee, discusses the general election campaign and his new book "Letters to a Young Sister:
Define Your Destiny."

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:           ANOD 000000
Series Title: Another Day in Paradise                 Version: SD-Base             Length: 90
Airdate: 6/19/2008 1:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
Five thousand people live onboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Nimitz; they all share the same mission:
maintain, arm and fly jets to deliver bombs to the big game - the war in Iraq. ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE
follows a fighter pilot described by his fellow Black Aces as "more of a lover than a warrior;" an ordnance
seaman who discovered right before he departed that his new girlfriend was pregnant; and a tough-talking
Marine who loves to salsa dance. The film offers a rare glimpse into the thoughts and lives of the people who
are fighting America's wars.

Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:           CARR 000101
Series Title: Carrier            Episode Title: All Hands           Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/21/2008 3:00 AM/500           Service: PBS        Format: Documentary
On a bright May morning, 5,000 sailors and Marines bid farewell to their loved ones before the mammoth USS
Nimitz pulls out of Coronado, California, and sets a course for Hawaii and beyond. Among the men and women
who live and work on board are an airman who describes the ship as a small town; a pilot who considers the
ship a powerful instrument of diplomacy; a sailor who questions "why we're fighting to defend someone else's
freedom when we barely have our own"; a cook who dishes out 15,000 meals a day; and an airman who has just
learned that his girlfriend is pregnant.

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:          INLE 000927
Series Title: Independent Lens
Episode Title: Abduction: The Megumi Yokota Story                   Version: SD-Base
Length: 90         Airdate: 6/20/2008 2:00 AM/500           Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
In November, 1977, 13-year-old Megumi Yokota was walking home from school when she vanished. For 20
years, her parents had no idea where she was or even if she was alive, until a journalist knocked on the Yokotas’
door and revealed something that shocked the family and the rest of Japan: Megumi had been kidnapped by
North Korean spies. "ABDUCTION: The Megumi Yokota Story" begins the day Megumi disappears and


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follows her parents on their 30-year search to learn the truth about what happened. Initially considered wacky
by some Japanese political commentators and labeled as liars by the North Korean government, the families of
Megumi and others taken by North Korea had little support at the outset, forcing them to become ever more
aggressive and determined. Their stubborn refusal to give up eventually won them public support. Executive
produced by Oscar-winning director Jane Campion, ABDUCTION is a tale of mystery, intrigue and love, using
archival footage and exclusive interviews to tell what happens when ordinary people are thrust into
extraordinary circumstances.

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:           MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:06:09
Same-Sex Couples Begin Marrying in California: Hundreds of gay and lesbian couples filled county clerk
offices across California Tuesday and exchanged marriage vows on the state's first full day of legal same-sex
nuptials. Spencer Michels reports on the day and the legal battles ahead.

Category:      Family/Marriage
NOLA:          MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review             Segment Length: 00:11:25
Calif. Gay Marriages Raise Legal Questions Nationwide: The laws governing marriage nationwide are a
complicated state-by-state patchwork, with little or no interstate recognition. The recent ruling in California
legalizing same-sex marriage adds another layer of complexity to the legal landscape. Legal experts examine
these questions.

Category:     Family/Marriage
NOLA:          MLNH 009158
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The            Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/25/2008 7:00 PM/502           Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Summertime Memories Revived in Road Trip: Julia Keller of the Chicago Tribune reflects on old memories
relived and new ones made during summertime family road trips.

Category:       Family/Marriage
NOLA:           TASM 001427
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
L.A. Times Economics Correspondent Peter Gosselin explains how American families are facing a precarious
financial situation -- whether they know it or not. "Friday Night Lights" star Connie Britton discusses whether
the show is too smart for its audience.




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Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          CFYP 000000
Series Title: Caring for Your Parents                 Version: SD-Base        Length: 120
Airdate: 4/2/2008 9:00 PM/502          Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
As the population ages, many adult children are grappling with an unprecedented social, cultural, economic, and
personal revolution as they transition into the primary caregiver role for their aging parents. Caring for Your
Parents is a moving film that draws much-needed attention to this universal reality, underscoring today's
struggle to keep parents at home, tensions between siblings, and the complexity of shifting caregiver roles
through an intimate look at five American families. In the end, the documentary contends successful caregiving
requires one primary ingredient--love.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          COSE 014071
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/7/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS                    Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Charlie Rose Science Series: The Imperative of Science with Paul Nurse, President of Rockefeller University,
Harold Varmus, president of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Shirley Ann Jackson, President of
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Bruce Alberts, Editor-In-Chief of Science and Lisa Randall of Harvard
University.

Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           COSE 014076
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/14/2008 11:30 PM/503 Service: PBS-PLUS                 Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the Pennsylvania Primary with Senator Bob Casey of Pennsylvania. Then, the
discussion continues with Joe Klein of Time and Dick Polman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Finally, a discussion
about the Frontline documentary "Sick Around the World" with T.R. Reid.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           FRON 002605
Series Title: Frontline                       Episode Title: The Medicated Child Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 4/8/2008 10:00 PM/501                    Service: PBS
Format: Documentary
Ten years ago, stimulants like Ritalin and Adderall were the drugs of choice to treat behavioral issues in
children. Today children as young as four years old are being prescribed more powerful anti-psychotic
medications that are much less understood. The drugs can cause serious side effects, and virtually nothing is
known about their long-term impact. The increase in the use of anti-psychotics is directly tied to the rising
incidence of one particular diagnosis - bipolar disorder. Experts estimate that the number of kids with the
diagnosis is now more than a million and rising. As the debate over medicating children continues to grow,
FRONTLINE producer Marcela Gaviria confronts psychiatrists, researchers and big pharma about the risks and
benefits of prescription drugs for troubled children.




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Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          FRON 002611
Series Title: Frontline
Episode Title: Sick Around the World                 Version: SD-Base      Length: 60
Airdate: 4/15/2008 10:00 PM/502               Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Four in five Americans say the U.S. health-care system needs "fundamental" change. Can the U.S. learn
anything from the rest of the world about how to run a health-care system, or are these nations so culturally
different from us that their solutions would simply not be acceptable to Americans? FRONTLINE
correspondent T.R. Reid examines first-hand the health-care systems of other advanced capitalist democracies -
- UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, and Taiwan -- to see what tried and tested ideas might help us
reform our broken health-care system.

Category:        Health/Health Care
NOLA:            MLNH 009107
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 4/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review Segment Length: 00:07:12
Merck Faces New Questions Over Vioxx Risks, Research: Pharmaceutical company Merck knew in 2001 that
its arthritis drug Vioxx could harm patients and used staffers to "ghostwrite" favorable research on the drug,
articles in the Journal of the American Medical Association report. Susan Dentzer examines the charges.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          NBRT 028019
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/10/2008 6:30 PM/500                 Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Early Easter Took The Spring Out of Retail Sales; "Bill of
Health"-Healthcare Comes To The Workplace; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"-IRA's for Almost All Ages;
Harold "Terry" McGraw Reacts to the Latest American Business Survey.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           NOVA 003414
Series Title: NOVA
Episode Title: Marathon Challenge Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60
Airdate: 4/16/2008 2:00 AM/500 Service: PBS                 Format: Documentary
How do you run 26.2 miles if you have trouble making it around the block? With good coaching, discipline, and
lots of group support, as NOVA shows when it follows 13 generally sedentary people through a training
regimen designed to prepare them for an ultimate test of stamina and endurance. Created in cooperation with the
Boston Athletic Association®, which granted NOVA unprecedented access to the 111th Boston Marathon®,
and Tufts University, "Marathon Challenge" takes viewers on a unique adventure inside the human body,
tracking the physiological changes that exercise can bring about.




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Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           UNCA 000102
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: When the Bough Breaks/Becoming American
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60            Airdate: 4/4/2008 10:00 PM
Service: PBS        Format: Documentary
Black and white infant-mortality rates are explored. Also: the health of Mexican immigrants, some of whom
arrive in the U.S. in better health than Americans, but whose health declines over time.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          UNCA 000103
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: Bad Sugar/Place Matters
Version: SD-Base      Length: 60             Airdate: 4/11/2008 10:00 PM
Service: PBS       Format: Documentary
The high rate of Type 2 diabetes on Tohono O'odham Indian reservations in Southern Arizona is examined,
including the role hopelessness may play in the disease. Also: how neighborhood environments may affect
health.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          MLNH 009115
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:07:51
Senate Votes to Prevent Genetic Discrimination in the Workplace: As research of preventative genetic testing
increases, many fear the impact this information can have on employment and health-insurance practices --
leading the Senate to vote Thursday to ban genetic-based discrimination. An expert on genetics examines the
issue.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          MLNH 009116
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60              Airdate: 4/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:10:42
Mass. Health Care Plan Praised, But Struggles With Cost: Massachusetts' universal coverage plan has helped
thousands of the state's residents gain health care -- but critics remain wary of the high costs of the program,
both expected and unexpected. Susan Dentzer reports on how the Bay State is faring in its reform efforts.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          NBRT 028029
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/24/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Microsoft's Good News/Bad News Day; One on One with
David Garrity, Director of Research at Dinosaur Securities; Arby's Finds The Beef By Buying Wendy's; New
Home Sales Are In The Basement; "Bill of Health"- Telemedicine; "Commentary"-Food, Fuel And Finances
For Thought.




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Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          NOWD 000416
Series Title: NOW on PBS               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 4/18/2008 8:30 PM/502               Service: PBS
Health care costs in Pennsylvania are 11 percent higher than the national average and rising twice as fast as the
average wage. The state legislature is debating a plan backed by Governor Ed Rendell to provide benefits to
hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians, but there's disagreement over who's going to foot the bill. This week
NOW gets insight on the problem and its proposed solution from a wide range of Pennsylvanians, including
small business owners, legislators, a suburban family, and a packaged dessert company headquartered in
Philadelphia that employs over 800 people. But the problem is bigger than Pennsylvania. With 47 million
Americans uninsured and so many feeling the pinch of soaring coverage costs, can this Philadelphia experiment
make a difference in the national crisis?

Category:     Health/Health Care
NOLA:         TASM 001378
Series Title: Tavis Smiley         Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/18/2008 12:30 AM/500           Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter weighs in on next week's Democratic primary in his state. Los Angeles
Times columnist Steve Lopez, author of "The Soloist," discusses how a homeless violinist helped him find his
passion.

Category:     Health/Health Care
NOLA:          TASM 001380
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/22/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
"The Bin Ladens" author Steve Coll explains why the U.S. has not yet caught the wanted leader of Al Qaeda.
TV writer Jessica Queller, author of "Pretty is What Changes," explains why she decided to have a double
mastectomy at age 35.

Category:        Health/Health Care
NOLA:            TRAC 000000
Series Title: Truth About Cancer; The                Version: SD-Base               Length: 120
Airdate: 4/16/2008 9:00 PM/502               Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
An eye opening special that seeks to answer the provocative question, why does anyone still die of cancer? Told
in the first person by award winning filmmaker Linda Garmon, The Truth About Cancer shares the personal
story of her own husband's battle with cancer. Part science, part character-driven storytelling, this powerful
documentary will uncover the truth about cancer and tell us where we stand in fighting this decades-old war.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           UNCA 000104
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: Collateral Damage/Not Just a Paycheck                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 4/18/2008 10:00 PM               Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The role globalization has played in the increase of diabetes, cardiovascular and kidney diseases and
tuberculosis in the Pacific islands. Also: how job insecurity and unemployment can impact one's health.




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Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          BMJL 001205
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/10/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Nurses Standing Tough -- The California Nurses Association: The California Nurses Association proposes
"CheneyCare" for what ails America; Philippe Sands author of "Torture Team:" International lawyer and law
professor Philippe Sands, author of "Torture Team," talks about the approval of coercive interrogation by high-
level American officials.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          MLNH 009119
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:14:54
New Policy Urges Soldiers to Seek Mental Health Care: In a bid to encourage veterans to get needed
counseling, the Pentagon said Thursday that most military and civilian employees will no longer be required to
disclose mental health treatment when applying for government jobs. Experts examine the impact of the new
rule.

Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           MLNH 009123
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 5/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:08:51
Death Toll Rises in Myanmar as Aid Groups Face Obstacles: A senior U.S. diplomat in Myanmar said
Wednesday that the death toll from Tropical Cyclone Nargis could reach 100,000, as disease outbreaks remain a
threat and some aid groups face difficulty gaining access to the country. A United Nations official discusses
efforts to provide humanitarian aid to the military-ruled country.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           NBRT 028039
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/8/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Wal-Mart And Costco Ring Up Sales In April; "A Tale of Five
Cities"-Silicon Valley, California; "Bill of Health"-Hospitals Go Green; "Commentary"-Gas Price Solutions;
"Last Word"-The Value of Mom.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          NBRT 028041
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/12/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Alan Skrainka, Chief Market Strategist at
Edward Jones; Credit Crunch May Be Easing But The Recession Is Only Beginning; 2nd Quarter Low Profits
But High Expectations; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Your Retirement Lifestyle; "Commentary"-
Corn Ethanol May Not Be A Healthy Choice.




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Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           NOVA 003506
Series Title: NOVA             Episode Title: A Walk to Beautiful            Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60             Airdate: 5/15/2008 5:00 AM/500                Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
A difficult journey that begins in loneliness and shame for thousands of Ethiopian women ends in a productive
new life and hope for the future in this award-winning film. Shot against a starkly beautiful landscape, "A Walk
to Beautiful" shares the inspiring stories of three women, rejected by their husbands and ostracized by their
communities, who leave home in search of treatment for obstetric fistula, a life-shattering complication of
childbirth.

Category:        Health/Health Care
NOLA:            SATY 000000
Series Title: Sandwiches That You Will Like          Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 5/16/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
Even when much of America seems "all the same," you can still find some distinctive, delicious differences in
lots of cities, and this documentary takes you to some outstanding eateries where lobster rolls are amazing,
where falafel is fabulous, and where peanut-butter-and-jelly is always at the top of the menu.

Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           SEDE 000801
Series Title: Secrets of the Dead             Episode Title: Doping for Gold
Version: SD-Embedded Promo                    Length: 60             Airdate: 5/11/2008 3:00 AM/500
Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
In the 1970s, female East German athletes came out of nowhere to dominate international sport. But behind
their success lay a secret, state-sponsored doping program that distributed untested steroids and male hormones
to athletes as young as 12. Many of these girls had no knowledge that they were being doped, and now, as
grown women (and men), their broken bodies and damaged psyches bear witness to the cruelty of a government
that pursued international glory and gold at the expense of its most acclaimed citizens. "Doping for Gold" digs
deep into the secretive Cold War world of East German athletes, examining what drugs were used, how they
were distributed and what damage they did to many of the athletes who were forced to take them. The result
creates a timely perspective on today's many doping scandals and reveals the truth behind the biggest and most
horrifying state-sponsored doping program the world has ever known.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          TASM 001395
Series Title: Tavis Smiley         Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/13/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Actor-director-author Henry Winkler describes how he discovered that he was dyslexic. Time magazine's
Richard Zoglin, author of "Comedy at the Edge," explains how stand-up comedy in the late '70s changed
America.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           TASM 001399
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/17/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Journalist Pico Iyer, author of "The Open Road," discusses the politics of the current Dalai Lama. Actor Richard
Roundtree, one of the stars of the film "Speed Racer," talks about how he survived breast cancer.



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Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           BMJL 001206
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 5/17/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Christopher Edley and Maria Echaveste: Berkeley law professors, and husband and wife, Christopher Edley and
Maria Echaveste on their different choices for the Democratic nominee; Melody Petersen: Melody Petersen
talks with Bill Moyers about her new book "Our Daily Meds," and how drug companies market medication.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           BMJL 001207
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/24/2008 2:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
EXPOSÉ on the JOURNAL - Chemicals in Our Food: There may be a potentially dangerous chemical leaching
into our food from the containers that we use every day. THE JOURNAL and EXPOSÉ examine why, even
though studies show that the chemical Bisphenol A can cause cancer and other health problems in lab animals,
the manufacturers, their lobbyists, and U.S. regulators say it's safe; Help Wanted: A Bill Moyers essay on the
administration's record of resignations; Jeffrey Toobin: One of the most recognized legal journalists in the
country, discusses what the Supreme Court might look like after the 2008 election; Memorial Day: A Bill
Moyers essay on honoring our veterans this Memorial Day.

Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:            BMJL 001208
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal             Version: SD-Short               Length: 60
Airdate: 5/31/2008 2:00 PM/500                Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Body of War: Enter the story of Iraq war veteran Tomas Young who was shot and paralyzed less than a week
into his tour of duty. Three years in the making, "Body of War" tells the poignant tale of the young man's
journey from joining the service after 9/11 to fight in Afghanistan, to living with devastating wounds after being
deployed to Iraq instead; Phil Donahue and Ellen Spiro: Bill Moyers interviews former talk show host Phil
Donahue and Ellen Spiro on the true cost of war and their documentary, "Body of War."

Category:        Health/Health Care
NOLA:            COSE 014102
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/20/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a report on Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy, recently diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Then, a
conversation with Jeff Zucker, President and CEO of NBC Universal.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           COSE 014108
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/28/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, an appreciation of filmmaker Sydney Pollack who died of cancer on May 26, 2008 at the age of 73. Then,
an appreciation of marketing executive Chuck Fruit who died at the age of 61 after suffering a sudden heart
attack. He was a board member for Gannett Co. Inc., president of Gardner Williams Consulting LLC and
chairman of the National Kidney Foundation for the past two years.




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Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           MLNH 009132
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60          Airdate: 5/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:07:09
Kennedy May Face Lengthy Treatment for Brain Tumor: Sen. Edward Kennedy was diagnosed with a
malignant brain tumor, his doctors said Tuesday. Malignant gliomas, like Kennedy's, are the most common type
of adult brain cancers, inflicting some 9,000 Americans a year. A medical expert discusses treatment for brain
tumors.

Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:29
Fear of Vaccine Dangers Leads Some Families to Opt Out of Routine Care: An increasing fear of alleged
dangers from child vaccinations, including autism and allergies, has led to an upsurge in the reported cases of
measles this year. Betty Ann Bowser examines why some parents are opting against routine vaccinations for
their children.

Category:     Health/Health Care
NOLA:          MLNH 009135
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base            Length: 60               Airdate: 5/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:07:22
Obama Courts Florida Voters, McCain Gets Clean Bill of Health: Sen. Barack Obama travels through Florida
and Sen. John McCain is given a clean bill of health and releases his medical records. Kwame Holman reports
on recent developments on the presidential campaign trail.

Category:     Health/Health Care
NOLA:          MLNH 009137
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 5/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:31
FDA's Approval of Cloned Beef for Human Consumption Ignites Debate: The Food and Drug Administration
recently approved meat and milk from cloned cows as safe for human consumption. However, some observers
believe the FDA's decision was hasty and more study of the issue is needed. Tom Bearden reports on the
controversy.

Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           MLNH 009139
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60            Airdate: 5/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:07:56
Monkeys Learn to Control Robotic Arm With Brainwaves: Advances in brain-controlled prosthetics reached
new heights as researchers at the University of Pittsburgh announced the successful use of a prosthetic arm
linked directly to the brain of a monkey. Lead researcher Andrew Schwartz discusses the findings.



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Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          NBRT 028049
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/22/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Impact of Rising Oil Prices On All Aspects of the
Economy; "Pain at the Pump"-The Impact on State And Local Government; "Bill of Health"-"Wii-hab;"
"Commentary"-Invaluable Wisdom; "Last Word"-The Chocolate Commodity.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          OUDA 000000
Series Title: Depression: Out of the Shadows                Version: SD-Base                Length: 120
Airdate: 5/21/2008 9:00 PM/502               Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
Many Americans are keeping an important, possibly deadly secret: depression. Approximately 15 million
American adults live with this devastating disease which affects all age, race, gender, and socioeconomic
groups. Through the voices and stories of people living with depression and interviews with scientists,
"Depression: Out of the Shadows" provides a portrait of the disease never before seen on American television.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           TASM 001405
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 5/27/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Syndicated columnist and "Right is Wrong" author Arianna Huffington compares the right and left "lunatic
fringes." Eric McCormack, star of A&E's "The Andromeda Strain," discusses his advocacy for cancer research.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          TASM 001408
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/30/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
"The Bin Ladens" author Steve Coll explains why the U.S. has not yet caught the wanted leader of Al Qaeda.
TV writer Jessica Queller, author of "Pretty is What Changes," explains why she decided to have a double
mastectomy at age 35.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          MLNH 009141
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:59
Researchers Examine Impact of Exercise on Aging: Scientists have coined a new term -- geroscience -- to
describe research that aims to slow down aging and delay the onset of age-related diseases like Alzheimer's and
Parkinson's. Researchers are studying the underlying genetic causes of aging and effects of exercise.




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Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           MLNH 009147
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:08:58
Salmonella Concerns Prompt Widespread Tomato Recalls: Concerns over salmonella contamination have led
the FDA to issue nationwide health warnings for tomatoes. This in turn has led to many vendors recalling or
prohibiting the use of tomatoes in their products. A food safety journalist discusses the tomato health scare.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          NBRT 028064
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/12/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Yahoo!/Google Connection; Lehman Brothers Rebuilds
With Top Management Shake Ups; "Economic Choices '2008"-Dan Tarullo, Shares Sen. Barack Obama's
Economic Strategy; Help Wanted--Teens to Fill Summer Jobs; "Bill of Health"-Self Service in the ER.

Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           NOWD 000424
Series Title: NOW on PBS                       Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 6/13/2008 8:30 PM/502                   Service: PBS
Of the thousands of U.S. troops getting discharged from the Army each year, many who are suffering from post
traumatic stress disorder and brain injuries aren't getting the vital care they need. The Army claims these
soldiers have pre-existing mental illnesses or are guilty of misconduct. But advocates say this is a way for the
Army to get rid of "problem" soldiers quickly, without giving them the treatment and benefits to which they're
entitled. This week, NOW travels to Fort Hood in Texas to meet traumatized soldiers fighting a new battle, this
one against the army they served. Are soldiers being wrongfully discharged for honorable service?

Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:            COSE 014121
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/16/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about healthcare with Ezekiel, Ari, and Rahm Emanuel. Then, a conversation with Lance
Armstrong about his Livestrong organization, cancer, cancer prevention and cycling. Finally, a conversation
with filmmaker Sue Williams about Frontline's "Young & Restless in China." Shot over four years, the film
follows a group of nine young Chinese from across the country as they scramble to keep pace with a society
changing as fast as any in history.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           COSE 014123
Series Title: Charlie Rose              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/18/2008 11:30 PM/503                 Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with political strategist Ralph Reed. Then, a conversation with Academy Award winning
producer Walter Mirisch about his life, career and book, "I Thought We Were Making Movies, Not History."
Finally, a conversation with photographer Max Gerber about his book "My Heart vs. The Real World."




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Category:     Health/Health Care
NOLA:          EEDI 000201
Series Title: Everyday Edisons        Episode Title: I'm an Everyday Edison       Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 6/22/2008 2:00 PM              Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Other
Vietnam-born Michael Diep creates a cat's scratching post that improves on existing models. Matt Fleming's
new take on ping pong re-invents one of the most popular games of all time. Serial inventor Theodore
Tomaiuolo re-invents the first-aid bandage, and James Jenkins solves a common shopping problem with his
innovative design. Mark and Cody Fox, two brothers with a famous father, improve on a common textbook
problem; and Mingwei Zhang, a Chinese acupuncturist, devises a new fitness product.

Category:     Health/Health Care
NOLA:          MADS 000108
Series Title: Made in Spain           Episode Title: The Magic of Saffron and Cervantes
Version: SD-Base              Length: 30              Airdate: 6/22/2008 3:00 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Demonstration/Instructional
José uses widely-available Manchego cheese to prepare a salad of cheese, tomato, thyme and walnuts. He
shows us the food eaten by the Man from La Mancha - Cervantes' Don Quixote. And he is witness to the
wonder of saffron, when the remarkable crocus emerges from the earth and is turned into the world's most
expensive spice. José cooks a traditional dish of rabbit with saffron rice before returning to Spain to eat a
marzipan dessert.

Category:     Health/Health Care
NOLA:         MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:11:26
In Rwanda, U.S.-Backed Program Improves Access to AIDS Drugs: A U.S. program to curb AIDS in Africa is
having success providing antiretroviral drugs to AIDS patients in Rwanda -- particularly pregnant women and
newborns. Health correspondent Susan Dentzer begins a series of reports examining the impact of the American
effort.

Category:     Health/Health Care
NOLA:         MLNH 009154
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60              Airdate: 6/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:09:26
Three Years On, New Orleans Still Struggles With Hurricane Debris: Nearly three years after Hurricane Katrina
hit New Orleans, the city is still coping with the toxic debris the storm left behind. Betty Ann Bowser reports
from New Orleans on the ongoing controversy over the city's landfills.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          BMJL 001212
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/28/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Contemplating "Climate Security": Congress has been contemplating global warming in the form of the Climate
Security Act. Bill Moyers talks with Senator Barbara Boxer; EXPOSE on THE JOURNAL - Worker Safety:
EXPOSE and THE JOURNAL go inside America's poultry industry, which employs almost a quarter million
workers nationwide, to show the reality of working conditions and to investigate how official statistics showing


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a drop in workplace injuries may have been the result of deceptive reporting; Moyers on Big Oil: A Bill
Moyers' essay.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:           COSE 014126
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/23/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Scott Shane of The New York Times about his article "Inside a 9/11 Mastermind's
Interrogation." Then, a conversation with television producer Terry Wrong about "Hopkins," a six-part
documentary TV series set at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Finally, an appreciation of comedian George Carlin,
who died of heart failure on June 22, 2008 at the age of 71.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          MADS 000109
Series Title: Made in Spain            Episode Title: A Taste of the Sea
Version: SD-Base               Length: 30             Airdate: 6/29/2008 3:00 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS              Format: Demonstration/Instructional
José prepares scallops in their shells with Albariño white wine, and visits the dramatic seafood farms of this
northwestern region. Back home, he steams mussels with bay leaf and serves them with potatoes and Spanish
smoked paprika. He returns to Galicia to watch the magical cooking of the legendary Spanish potato tortilla, or
omelet.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          NBRT 028074
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS                 Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Dow's Drastic 358 Point Dive; Commerce Secretary Carlos
Gutierrez Talks About The Economy's Slow Growth; "Just Price Solutions" Could Open The Door To Home
Ownership For First Time Buyers; "Bill of Health"-Robo Replacements.

Category:      Health/Health Care
NOLA:          NOSN 000301
Series Title: NOVA scienceNOW              Version: SD-Embedded Promo                   Length: 60
Airdate: 6/25/2008 9:00 PM/502             Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Dark matter; experiments with memory loss in mice; "digital detective" Hany Farid, Professor of Computer
Science at Dartmouth; and the "wisdom of the crowd."

Category:       Health/Health Care
NOLA:           TASM 001428
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Congressional Hispanic Caucus chair Rep. Joe Baca describes the rate of political progress within the Hispanic
community. "Sex and the City" and "Californication" star Evan Handler explains how he found faith and trust
while battling leukemia and a grim prognosis.




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Category:     Homosexuality
NOLA:          MLNH 009129
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:11:36
Calif. Court Ruling Renews Debate Over Gay Marriage: The California Supreme Court cleared the way for
same-sex marriages in the state Thursday, striking down a ban on gay and lesbian nuptials as unconstitutional.
Analysts examine reaction to the ruling and its possible impact on the gay marriage debate.

Category:      Homosexuality
NOLA:           MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:06:09
Same-Sex Couples Begin Marrying in California: Hundreds of gay and lesbian couples filled county clerk
offices across California Tuesday and exchanged marriage vows on the state's first full day of legal same-sex
nuptials. Spencer Michels reports on the day and the legal battles ahead.

Category:      Homosexuality
NOLA:          MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:11:25
Calif. Gay Marriages Raise Legal Questions Nationwide: The laws governing marriage nationwide are a
complicated state-by-state patchwork, with little or no interstate recognition. The recent ruling in California
legalizing same-sex marriage adds another layer of complexity to the legal landscape. Legal experts examine
these questions.

Category:       Homosexuality
NOLA:           EMNO 000000
Series Title: Emile Norman - By His Own Design               Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60
Airdate: 6/25/2008 4:00 PM/500                 Service: PBS             Format: Documentary
This is a portrait of the artist Emile Norman, who, at age 88, is still working with the same passion that inspired
him through seven decades of a changing art scene and turbulent times for a gay man in America. The film
chronicles his early days in the San Gabriel Valley, his success in New York City, and the freedom he found in
Big Sur, where he and his partner of 30 years created a haven for artists that is still growing today.




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Category:       Housing, Shelter
NOLA:           MLNH 009097
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:09:09
In New Orleans, Reinventing the Idea of Public Housing: As New Orleans recovers from Hurricane Katrina,
public housing units set for demolition will be replaced by "neighborhood-style" communities that will be
available to residents with a mix of income levels -- a plan that has raised some debate in the storm-ravaged
area.

Category:       Housing, Shelter
NOLA:           MLNH 009098
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 4/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:09:45
Senate Leaders Reach Tentative Deal on Housing Relief: Momentum grew Wednesday for a Senate bill aimed
at easing the slumping housing market and helping families threatened by foreclosure after lawmakers reached a
tentative deal on a scaled-back version of the legislation. The architects of the compromise, Senators Chris
Dodd, D-Conn., and Richard Shelby, R-Ala., discuss the bill.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          MLNH 009100
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 4/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:11:36
Bleak U.S. Economic Outlook Stirs Recession Fears, Candidate Proposals: Large jobs loses, stock market
tremors and a slumping housing market continued to build fears this week of a recession. NewsHour analysts
Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the latest economic developments and reflect on the Martin Luther
King, Jr. anniversary.

Category:     Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          MLNH 009105
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60          Airdate: 4/11/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:40
Clinton, Obama Battle in Pa.; McCain Talks Housing: Democratic candidates Barack Obama and Hillary
Clinton continued to campaign heavily in Pennsylvania ahead of its April 22 primary, while presumptive GOP
nominee John McCain further outlined his economic proposals at a campaign stop in New York.




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Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:           NBRT 028012
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/1/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Wall Street's Rally Is No April Fool's Joke; Democrats and Republicans Join Together To Search
For A Solution To The Housing Crisis; Rising Gas Prices & The Economy Are Stalling Car Sales; "Of Mutual
Interest"-Christine Benz, Director of Mutual Fund Analysis For Morning Star; "Last Word"-What Does $37B
Buy?; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Hugh Johnson, Chairman of Johnson Illington
Advisors.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028015
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                    Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/4/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Employment Numbers Generate More Recession Fears; What's
In The Foreclosure Prevention Bill; China's Economic Growth May Take Root In Latin Nations; "Market
Monitor"-Michael Hasenstab, Portfolio Mgr. Templeton Global Fund; "Last Word"-A Huge Slice of the Dot
Com Pie.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028018
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                    Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/9/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Neiderauer;
Oil Prices Gush to a New Record High; The Boeing 787 Dreamliner Nightmare; The President and Congress
Come Together To Fight Foreclosures; "Street Critique"-Toan Tran, Equity Strategist at Morningstar; "Kevin
McCormallys"- Write-offs for Non-itemizers.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028022
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/15/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Financial Chips Are Stacked in Intel's Favor; The Delta-
Northwest Merger Lands, Makes Its First Successful Stop; The Sub-Prime Mortgage Mess Threatens Student
Loans; P&G CEO A.G. Lafley on Inspiration And Innovation; "Of Mutual Interest," -Tracking Bear Market
Funds; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"-Deadline Day.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          UNCA 000103
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: Bad Sugar/Place Matters               Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/11/2008 10:00 PM                  Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The high rate of Type 2 diabetes on Tohono O'odham Indian reservations in Southern Arizona is examined,
including the role hopelessness may play in the disease. Also: how neighborhood environments may affect
health.




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Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:           WWIR 004741
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/11/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The war in Iraq, rhetoric and reality, plus new help for homeowners, and the week in presidential politics, this
week on "Washington Week." The administration says the news in Iraq is good. Gen. David Petraeus said,
"There has been significant but uneven security progress in Iraq." But not good enough to pull out anytime
soon. The generals want to freeze troop levels. Pres. George Bush said, "General Petraeus says he'll need time
to consolidate his forces and assess how this reduced American presence will affect conditions on the ground.
And I've told him he'll have all the time he needs." The response on Capitol Hill, not so good. Speaker Nancy
Pelosi (D-CA) said, "He is just dragging this out so he can put it at the doorstep of the new president of the
United States." But Congress has at least one other immediate concern: how to signal to strapped American
taxpayers that they're serious about fixing the economy. Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) said, "If we could put up as
much as $30 billion of your money on this kind of a deal, can't we get the same kind of commitment when it
comes to 8,000 people every day losing their homes?" Meanwhile out on the campaign trail, Hillary Clinton's
rough week from Mark Penn to Bill Clinton. We explain why. Covering the week, Peter Baker of the
Washington Post, James Kitfield of National Journal, Michael Viqueira of NBC News, and Karen Tumulty of
Time magazine.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          MLNH 009118
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:16:18
Fed Cuts Rate Again in Latest Bid to Shore Up Economy: The Federal Reserve cut a key interest rate by a
quarter point Wednesday, bringing the federal funds rate down to its lowest level since late 2004. The move is
intended to help address the ongoing housing slump and credit crunch. Analysts discuss the Fed's action and the
economic strain on the American public.

Category:       Housing, Shelter
NOLA:           NBRT 028025
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30          Airdate: 4/18/2008 6:30 PM/500        Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Citigroup And Caterpillar Calm The Volatile Markets;
Economic Choices 2008 - Housing and Pennsylvania; "Market Monitor"-Mark Leibovit, Chief Market
Strategist for Vrtrader.com; "Last Word"-Senior Spelling Bee.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028026
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/21/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Alex Patelis, Head of International
Economics at Merrill Lynch; What's Pumping The Oil Price Gusher?; Sallie Mae Needs Financial Aid From
The Treasury Department; "Commentary"-What's Good About The Housing Crisis; "Last Word"-Green
Monopoly.




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Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028029
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/24/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Microsoft's Good News/Bad News Day; One on One with
David Garrity, Director of Research at Dinosaur Securities; Arby's Finds The Beef By Buying Wendy's; New
Home Sales Are In The Basement; "Bill of Health"- Telemedicine; "Commentary"-Food, Fuel And Finances
For Thought.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          MLNH 009122
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:10:22
Cyclone Death Toll Soars as Myanmar Reels From Disaster: The estimated death toll from Saturday's cyclone
in Myanmar increased to 22,000 Tuesday with 41,000 still missing and possibly 1 million left homeless,
according to relief agencies. The head of the U.S. embassy in Rangoon and a reporter recap the situation.

Category:       Housing, Shelter
NOLA:           MLNH 009124
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:10:25
Aid Begins to Trickle Into Myanmar but Recovery Is Slow: The first relief shipments arrived in Myanmar
Thursday after resistance from the country's reclusive military government to foreign assistance. Shari
Villarosa, the top U.S. diplomat in Rangoon, and UNICEF's Richard Bridle discuss the aid response for the tens
of thousands left homeless by the cyclone.

Category:     Housing, Shelter
NOLA:         MLNH 009127
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 5/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:58
Financial World Shifts Gears Amid Economic Tumult: As the U.S. grapples with an economic slowdown and a
housing slump, financial leaders are rethinking their strategies. Financier and author George Soros reflects on
the changing business trends and details his new book, which examines the "credit crash" of 2008.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028035
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/2/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Latest Labor Report Works Up New Optimism; The
Federal Reserve Teams Up With Europe's Central Bankers; China's Gaming Industry Has Evolved Into A High
Roller; "Market Monitor"-Julius Maldutis, President And Chief Airline Analyst for Aviation Dynamics; "Last
Word"-"Tea and Sub-prime Sympathy."




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Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028037
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/6/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers;
Cisco Systems Computes Unexpected Earnings; Fannie Mae's Earnings Are In Keeping With The Housing
Crisis; What The Experts Are Saying About The Future of the Credit Crisis; "Tale of Five Cities"-Manhattan,
NY; "Of Mutual Interest"-Rusty Robinson, Portfolio Manager, Monteagle Value Fund.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028038
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/7/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil's Record Run Continues; The House Works On Building A
Bill To Resolve The Housing Crisis; "A Tale of Five Cities"-Southeast Michigan; "Street Critique"-Hilary
Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech Research and Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-
How Best To Buy In This Housing Market.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028040
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 5/9/2008 6:30 PM/500          Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Susan Wachter, Real Estate Professor at the
Wharton School of Business; What's Fueling Rising Oil Prices?; "A Tale of Five Cities"-Cape Coral, Florida;
"Market Monitor"-Al Goldman, Chief Market Strategist for Wachovia Securities.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028044
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/15/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Lack of Money Is Weighing Down The Housing Rescue Plan;
"Green Options: Fuel"-Bacteria; "Tech Talk"-CBS Spins A New Cable/Tech Web; "Commentary"-A Difficult
Economy Requires Difficult Decisions; Tokyo's Temp Triumphs And Troubles.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028045
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/16/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; New Home Sales Are Up But That's Not Necessarily A Good
Thing; "Green Options: Fuel"-Under the Sea; "Market Monitor"-Chris Davis, Portfolio Manager of the Davis
Selected American Shares; "Economic Choices 2008"-- John McCain's Economic Advisor Explains The
Candidate's Energy Plans And Policies; "Last Word"-National Bike To Work Day.




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Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028046
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 5/19/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Mohamed El-Erian, co-CEO, Pimco;
Landmark Housing Rescue Legislation Is Building; The Inflation Impact on Bonds; "Get Your Finances Ready
For Retirement"-How Much Do You Need To Retire?; "Commentary"-Spending Restraint.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028047
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/20/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Rises, Stocks Fall & Producer Prices Are Pumped;
Transportation Stocks Are Pumped; Prince William County Fights The Foreclosure Flood; "Pain at the Pump,"-
Alternative Commuting; "Of Mutual Interest"- Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for "Money" magazine and
Author of "Your Money and Your Brain."

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028050
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Dennis Decota, Exec. Dir. California Service
Station & Automotive Repair Association; The Housing Market Continues To Head Toward The Basement;
Large Caps Are Doing Small Things In This Rough Economy; "Market Monitor"-Douglas Jimerson, Editor and
Publisher of "National Trendlines;" "Last Word"-Antler Increase.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028052
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/27/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Stephen Wood, Senior Portfolio Strategist at
Russell Investments; Bargain Hunters Give New Home Sales A Much Needed Boost; Airline Stocks Rise as
Crude Oil Prices Fall; The Slow Economy Has Employers Putting The Brakes On Perks; "Of Mutual Interest"-
John Waggoner, Mutual Fund Columnist at "USA Today."

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028061
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/9/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Slide As The Dollar Picks Up Strength; The Air
Force Works To Recruit Alternative Fuel Sources; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Relocating in
Retirement; "Commentary"-Repairing the Housing Crisis.




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Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          MLNH 009151
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 6/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:46
Iowa Reels From Bout of Severe Flooding: Flood fears eased in Iowa City Monday, as a string of towns along
the Mississippi River prepared for new problems after recent torrential rains spurred heavy flooding. A reporter
from Iowa Public Radio provides an update.

Category:       Housing, Shelter
NOLA:           MLNH 009154
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:09:59
Mortgage Fraud Sweep Nets Hundreds of Arrests: The Justice Department and the FBI announced hundreds of
arrests Thursday for mortgage fraud, which is blamed for sparking a national credit crisis and nationwide
housing crisis. An NPR correspondent and Columbia Law professor examine the government crackdown.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028069
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Great Mortgage Fund Crackdown; Investment Strategists
Offer Their Outlook For Oil And Stocks; Rep. Barney Frank Explains the Building of the Mortgage Bailout
Bill; "Commentary"-Talking Up Innovative Inspiration; "Last Word"-Homemade Hybrid.

Category:       Housing, Shelter
NOLA:           FROW 000705
Series Title: Frontline/World                    Episode Title: Jesus in China        Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/25/2008 1:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
As the world spotlight hits China this summer, reporter Evan Osnos goes inside one of the country's most
important, but least understood movements - China's underground churches. A joint project of
FRONTLINE/World and the Chicago Tribune, "Jesus in China" examines the wave of Christianity that has
been sweeping across the country in recent years, and the different ways the Chinese ruling party - officially
atheist - is now racing to control it. Also in this hour, two more stories from a small planet, including, "Living
on the Edge," producer/reporter Martin Smith's sobering look at communities around the world already
devastated by global climate change, and the story of a new movement of architects out to help solve
humanitarian problems through design.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          MLNH 009159
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 6/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:06
California Community Hit Hard by Economy's Fall: Residents of a once-prosperous California community are
feeling an economic pinch as home foreclosures, the credit crunch, low consumer confidence and high oil prices
have hurt the U.S. economy.



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Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028071
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Spectator's Role in the Oil Market; The Federal Reserve
Prepares To Take On Rising Gas Prices; Ways Regional Banks Are Raising Capital; "Get Your Finances
Ready"-Staying Put, The Pros And Cons of Reverse Mortgage; "Commentary"-The Half Empty Economy;
"Last Word"-The Lunch With Buffett Bidding War Begins.

Category:      Housing, Shelter
NOLA:          NBRT 028074
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Dow's Drastic 358 Point Dive; Commerce Secretary Carlos
Gutierrez Talks About The Economy's Slow Growth; "Just Price Solutions" Could Open The Door To Home
Ownership For First Time Buyers; "Bill of Health"-Robo Replacements.

Category:       Housing, Shelter
NOLA:           NOWD 000426
Series Title: NOW on PBS                Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 8:30 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
This week NOW takes a look at the non-profit organization Just Price Solutions and the man behind it, Brian
Cosgrove. Cosgrove identified a problem: many low or moderate income borrowers were getting steered into
subprime scams because they had low credit scores. But these scores were often low because the home buyers
simply didn't take out enough loans or credit cards. Cosgrove's goal was to help the millions of Americans with
lower incomes purchase a home without being caught in a "subprime" nightmare, so he and his team created an
online software application to measure creditworthiness differently: their track record of paying regular bills,
like rent and utilities. By making it cheaper and easier to analyze creditworthiness, Just Price Solutions helps
banks offer affordable mortgages to people who would otherwise be forced to pay high interest rates.

Category:       Housing, Shelter
NOLA:           TASM 001427
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
L.A. Times Economics Correspondent Peter Gosselin explains how American families are facing a precarious
financial situation -- whether they know it or not. "Friday Night Lights" star Connie Britton discusses whether
the show is too smart for its audience.




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Category:      Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:           MLNH 009101
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60          Airdate: 4/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:11:51
In Tuition Aid Rules, Immigration Debate Meets Reality: As the immigration debate continues to evolve, some
states are denying children of undocumented immigrants government grants and tuition loans offered to low-
income students to help pay for college. Lee Hochberg reports on how undocumented students are coping.

Category:       Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:           UNCA 000102
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: When the Bough Breaks/Becoming American                      Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 4/4/2008 10:00 PM               Service: PBS                Format: Documentary
Black and white infant-mortality rates are explored. Also: the health of Mexican immigrants, some of whom
arrive in the U.S. in better health than Americans, but whose health declines over time.

Category:       Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:           MLNH 009117
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60          Airdate: 4/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:10:02
Iraqis Seek Refuge in U.S. After Working With American Forces: Facing the threat of kidnapping, torture, and
beheadings, Iraqi interpreters who have worked for U.S. forces are seeking refuge for themselves and their
families in the United States. Lee Hochberg of Oregon Public Broadcasting reports on their search for safety.

Category:      Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:          MLNH 009128
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:06:41
For Indiana Community, Myanmar's Cyclone Crisis Hits Home: Fort Wayne, IN, is home to one of the largest
Myanmar immigrant communities in the United States. Elizabeth Brackett reports on the community's unique
perspective on the handling of the humanitarian crisis in the aftermath of the cyclone that devastated the
country.




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Category:     Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:         TBJL 003017
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal            Episode Title: Blacks Divided
Version: SD-Base              Length: 30             Airdate: 5/11/2008 11:30 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Dr. Carol Swain, a professor of Political Science and Law at Vanderbilt University and author of "Debating
Immigration," will explore the nuances of contemporary immigration and citizenship affecting the U.S.

Category:       Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:           FROW 000704
Series Title: Frontline/World                 Episode Title: Crimes at the Border           Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/27/2008 10:00 PM/501          Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
In a joint project with The New York Times, FRONTLINE/World correspondent Lowell Bergman investigates
the business of human smuggling across the busy ports of entry between Mexico and the United States. In
Tijuana, masses of people attempt to cross illegally every day with the help of increasingly organized and
expensive smugglers. Bergman explores the region to find that this illicit but lucrative business is expanding,
and U.S. border agents are subject to an increased risk of corruption. He follows the dramatic story of one such
corrupt U.S. border guard, the risky business he became involved in, and what the U.S. government is doing
about the problem.

Category:        Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:            INLE 000922
Series Title: Independent Lens                Episode Title: A Dream In Doubt             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60           Airdate: 5/22/2008 3:00 AM/500          Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
It was the first hate-based murder in the wake of September 11, 2001 - one of thousands of reported and
unreported hate crimes in the years that followed. The victim: a turbaned Sikh man in Mesa, Arizona, where his
family had sought religious freedom. The family is still determined to believe in the American Dream, even as
the nightmare continues for many religious and ethnic minorities in a climate of xenophobia and fear.

Category:      Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:          INLE 000923
Series Title: Independent Lens               Episode Title: New Year Baby         Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/29/2008 3:00 AM/500          Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Born in a Thai refugee camp on Cambodian New Year, filmmaker Socheata Poeuv grew up in the United States
never knowing that her family had survived the Khmer Rouge genocide. In NEW YEAR BABY, she embarks
on a journey to Cambodia in search of the truth and why her family's history had been buried in secrecy for so
long.

Category:       Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:           MLNH 009142
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:44
Concerns Over Immigration Crackdowns Lead U.S. Farms to Recruit in Mexico: In response to fears that
stricter enforcement of immigration laws will create a shortage of farm workers, the U.S. agricultural industry
has headed to Mexico to recruit temporary -- and legal -- migrant workers. Jeffrey Kaye of KCET-Los Angeles
reports on the farm industry's recruitment attempts and worker shortfalls.



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Category:       Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:           MLNH 009144
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/5/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:04:21
Debate Looks at Immigration Laws and Citizenship: A recent debate sponsored by the Miller Center of Public
Affairs at the University of Virginia and moderated by Robert MacNeil examined the current laws dealing with
immigration and the possible plans to address the twelve million illegal immigrants currently living in the U.S.

Category:      Immigration/Refugees
NOLA:          MLNH 009148
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60            Airdate: 6/11/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:10:41
Arizona's Illegal Immigration Laws Put to the Test: Last year, Arizona passed 15 bills and resolutions giving
police more tools to go after illegal immigrants, one of several states tightening immigration laws. Jeffrey Kaye
of KCET-Los Angeles examines the impact of the new regulations.

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Category:      Media
NOLA:           MLNH 009102
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:09:16
Newsman Roger Mudd Reflects on 'Glory Days of Television News': In his new book, "The Place to Be",
veteran television news journalist and former NewsHour correspondent Roger Mudd describes more than 20
years working in the Washington bureau of CBS News and assesses the future of the television news business.

Category:       Media
NOLA:            COSE 014080
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60
Airdate: 4/18/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Pope Benedict's visit to the United States with Jon Meaham Editor-In-Chief of
Newsweek, George Weigel, Senior Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Scott Appleby and
Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete. Then, a conversation with Michael Kinsley of Time about his book "Please Don't
Remain Calm: Provocations and Commentaries."




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Category:     Media
NOLA:         MLNH 009110
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 4/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:11:21
Pittsburgh Media Adapts to Shifting News Landscape: The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is preparing for the
demands of covering the presidential primary campaign by focusing mainly on online reporting and adapting to
a changing media landscape. Jeffrey Brown reports on the Post-Gazette's strategy.

Category:       Media
NOLA:           MLNH 009114
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 4/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:11:28
Government Curries Favor With Military News Analysts: The Pentagon may influence the analysis of some
retired military personnel who appear on television news programs, the New York Times recently reported.
Media insiders discuss the details of this murky world of defense companies, the current administration and the
war in Iraq.

Category:       Media
NOLA:           MLNH 009123
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60          Airdate: 5/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:12:50
Media Tackles Sensitive Race Issue in 2008 Election: This year, media analysts have viewed much of the 2008
primary season through the prism of race. A panel of experts discusses the way the media have covered the
issue of race so far this election season.

Category:        Media
NOLA:            COSE 014102
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/20/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a report on Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy, recently diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Then, a
conversation with Jeff Zucker, President and CEO of NBC Universal.

Category:     Media
NOLA:          MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:37
Clinton's Run Triggers Debate Over Gender Bias: Sen. Hillary Clinton spoke frankly this week about the
sexism she feels she has faced on the campaign trail as she competes with Sen. Barack Obama for the
Democratic nomination. Two columnists weigh the role of gender in politics and how the media has handled the
issue.




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Category:      Media
NOLA:          TASM 001400
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/20/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Groundbreaking broadcast journalist Barbara Walters reflects on the chapter in her new memoir, "Audition,"
that was the hardest to write. Actor-playwright Daniel Beaty talks about his one-man play "Emergency" and
also performs.

Category:      Media
NOLA:           TASM 001405
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 5/27/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Syndicated columnist and "Right is Wrong" author Arianna Huffington compares the right and left "lunatic
fringes." Eric McCormack, star of A&E's "The Andromeda Strain," discusses his advocacy for cancer research.

Category:       Media
NOLA:           BMJL 001209
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal              Version: SD-Short            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/7/2008 2:00 PM/500                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
There’s nothing new in Scott McClellan’s book about the propaganda campaign or the role of the press in
selling the war, so why is it such big news? Journalists Jonathan Landay and John Walcott of McClatchy
newspapers and Greg Mitchell of EDITOR & PUBLISHER examine the performance of the press in the lead up
to the war, the reaction of the administration and the media to McClellan’s book, and how the press is handling
other important stories today. Also, as the contest between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for the
Democratic nomination comes to an end, Bill Moyers sits down with Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Ron Walters
to discuss how race and gender have played out in the presidential campaigns. A media analyst and recurring
JOURNAL guest, Kathleen Hall Jamieson is director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University
of Pennsylvania. Ron Walters is director of the African American Leadership Center at the University of
Maryland.

Category:      Media
NOLA:          COSE 014120
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 6/13/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
An appreciation of Tim Russert with fellow journalist and friend Al Hunt. Russert died of an apparent heart
attack on June 13, 2008.

Category:     Media
NOLA:         MLNH 009150
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60          Airdate: 6/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:16:41
Shields, Brooks Mull Campaigns, Reflect on Russert's Life: Analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks weigh
campaign news as the race between Barack Obama and John McCain gains steam, and they reflect on the career
of NBC's Tim Russert, who died Friday from an apparent heart attack.




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Category:      Media
NOLA:           NOWD 000423
Series Title: NOW on PBS               Version: SD-Short             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/6/2008 8:30 PM/502                  Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
NOW's David Brancaccio talks with the former head of U.S. Central Command, Admiral William J. Fallon,
who resigned in March after a year of duty. Fallon was considered to be at odds with the Bush Administration's
Middle East policy toward Iran. The former commander of U.S. military forces in the Middle East and Central
Asia, Fallon was portrayed in Esquire magazine as the man in the military preventing the administration from
going to war with Iran. Fallon thought his profile was twisted into a personal attack on President Bush. Esquire
stood by the story. Also, political columnist and "The Uprising" author David Sirota talks about the populist
movement spreading through the country. Can organizations that operate at the grassroots level create real
political change?

Category:      Media
NOLA:          TASM 001421
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/18/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan, who was the last one-on-one guest to appear on Meet the
Press, remembers Tim Russert. McClellan, author of "What Happened" - which put him in hot water with some
of his former colleagues - also explains the importance of seeking and uncovering the truth.

Category:     Media
NOLA:         MLNH 009156
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60              Airdate: 6/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:11:40
U.S.-Funded Arab Language TV Network Under Scrutiny: A U.S. government-funded Arab language television
network, Al Hurra, has been the focus of recent criticism over both its lack of viewership and content choices.
Two experts discuss how the network has fared and its ties to U.S. diplomacy efforts in the Middle East.

Category:       Media
NOLA:           MLNH 009157
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60         Airdate: 6/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review       Segment Length: 00:11:42
Non-profit Groups Financing Independent Journalism: A rise in the number of non-profit organizations funding
journalism projects is changing how newsrooms gather independent content. Two media experts discuss the
shift in foreign and investigative reporting.

Category:      Media
NOLA:          MLNH 009161
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60           Airdate: 6/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:13:11
Candidates Fight to Disprove Smears, Set Record Straight to Voters: This presidential campaign is different
than previous years - it's the first in which campaigns are forced to confront nearly constant Web attacks and
rumors from both amateurs and organized partisans. Media experts discuss the trend.



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Category:      Media
NOLA:          NBRT 028072
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/24/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Consumer Lack of Confidence in the Economy; Dow
Chemical's CEO and Chairman Andrew Liveris Talks About His Company's Price Hike; "Economic Choices
2008"-The TV Ad Boom; "Made in America"-The Furniture Industry; "Of Mutual Interest,"-John Waggoner,
Mutual Fund Columnist at "USA Today."

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Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          AMMS 002009
Series Title: American Masters
Episode Title: Zora Neale Hurston: Jump at the Sun        Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 90            Airdate: 4/10/2008 1:00 AM/500        Service: PBS        Format: Documentary
A profile of Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960), author of such acclaimed works as "Their Eyes Were Watching
God" and "Dust Tracks on a Road."

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           COSE 014069
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/3/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with David Axelrod, Chief Strategist, Obama Campaign. Then, a preview of the NCAA
Final Four with Billy Packer of CBS Sports, Stephen Curry, starting shooting guard for the Wildcats of
Davidson College and Dell Curry, retired American professional basketball player. Finally, a conversation with
author Steve Coll about his book "The Bin Ladens: An Arabian Family in the American Century."

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          COSE 014070
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/4/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Tom Brokaw, John Hope Franklin, Rep. James Clyburn and Dr. Beverly Tatum discuss the Life and Legacy of
Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 40th anniversary of his assassination.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          INLE 000918
Series Title: Independent Lens                Episode Title: Companeras         Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/3/2008 3:00 AM/500             Service: PBS        Format: Documentary
COMPAÑERAS profiles America’s first all-female mariachi band, Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles. Founded
in 1994, the band members shatter age-old stereotypes while expanding the popularity of mariachi music. In a
culture and a musical tradition that has always been male-dominated, these women are true pioneers.




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Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          INLE 000919
Series Title: Independent Lens      Episode Title: Water Flowing Together          Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/10/2008 3:00 AM/500            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
WATER FLOWING TOGETHER offers an intimate portrait of a remarkable dancer, Jock Soto, who retired
from the New York City Ballet at age 40, after a 24-year career. Soto's journey as an openly gay man of Navajo
Indian and Puerto Rican descent provides a rare glimpse into the life of a dancer and the disparate worlds which
have shaped this important artist.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009099
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:09:22
Dems Drawn-out Primary Creates Concerns for General Election: With Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack
Obama locked in a hard-fought -- and lengthy -- battle for delegates, the race for the Democratic nomination is
pushing forward. Presidential historians discuss what past elections show about the impact of protracted
primary races.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009100
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:08:16
40 Years After MLK's Assassination, A Look Back: Forty years ago, civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King Jr.
was assassinated on his hotel balcony in Memphis. Judy Woodruff looks back on that fateful day in American
history.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009105
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60          Airdate: 4/11/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:40
Clinton, Obama Battle in Pa.; McCain Talks Housing: Democratic candidates Barack Obama and Hillary
Clinton continued to campaign heavily in Pennsylvania ahead of its April 22 primary, while presumptive GOP
nominee John McCain further outlined his economic proposals at a campaign stop in New York.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           MLNH 009106
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:20:29
Economy a Top Issue Ahead of Pennsylvania Primary: As the Pennsylvania primary draws near, Democratic
candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are crisscrossing the Keystone State in a bid for voter support in
a state where a complex mix of issues -- from the economy to religion -- ranks high for voters. Political analysts
from across Pennsylvania preview the contest.




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Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:            MOLA 000000
Series Title: Morgan Lacrosse Story; The                 Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/6/2008 3:00 AM/500                    Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
This film tells the story of the nation's first and only college lacrosse team at a historically black institution.
When a young white administrator reluctantly accepted the position of head lacrosse coach at Morgan State
University a six-year journey began. Underscored by the Native American roots of the game, THE MORGAN
LACROSSE STORY is a sports story like no other.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001367
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/3/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
From Memphis, Rev. Samuel "Billy" Kyles, pastor of Monumental Baptist Church, reflects on how witnessing
Dr. King's assassination has impacted his life. Also, former Memphis sanitation worker Taylor Rogers describes
what Dr. King's support and presence meant to the workers' strike.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:         TASM 001368
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/4/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
From the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, actor-activist Harry Belafonte describes how he first met
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who would become one of his closest friends.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001369
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/5/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former SCLC Education Director Dorothy Cotton explains the role sexism played in the organizations of the
civil rights movement. Dr. King's former attorney-speechwriter and author of "What Would Martin Say,"
Clarence B. Jones, shares what he believes Dr. King would say about the man who killed him.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001370
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 4/8/2008 12:30 PM/500               Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Ending a week of shows in Memphis and in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr., Georgetown University professor Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and Princeton University professor
Dr. Cornel West discuss Dr. King's lasting legacy.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TASM 001371
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 4/9/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Best-selling author Anne Rice discusses how she addressed Jesus' loneliness in the second of her fictional bios,
"Christ the Lord: The Road to Cana." Law professor Kimberle Williams Crenshaw addresses the Democratic
presidential candidates' support of affirmative action programs.



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Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TBJL 002323
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal
Episode Title: What Hat Are You Wearing?            Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/13/2008 11:30 PM          Service: PBS-PLUS              Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Educator Dr. Joe Cornelius has developed a creative way to tell history and motivate young people through
drama. On this program, Dr. Cornelius creates a historical masterpiece when he chronicles the saga of Black
America as it changes "hats" with the times.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TBJL 003025
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal
Episode Title: The Teacher Factor               Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/6/2008 11:30 PM             Service: PBS-PLUS              Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In the era of accountability, teacher quality is arguably one of the most significant issues impacting education.
Dr. Boyce Williams, Vice President for Institutional Relations for the National Council for Accreditation of
Teacher Education discusses the organization’s objective to help establish high quality teachers in the teaching
profession.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           UNCA 000102
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: When the Bough Breaks/Becoming American                      Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 4/4/2008 10:00 PM               Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Black and white infant-mortality rates are explored. Also: the health of Mexican immigrants, some of whom
arrive in the U.S. in better health than Americans, but whose health declines over time.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          UNCA 000103
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: Bad Sugar/Place Matters               Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/11/2008 10:00 PM                  Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The high rate of Type 2 diabetes on Tohono O'odham Indian reservations in Southern Arizona is examined,
including the role hopelessness may play in the disease. Also: how neighborhood environments may affect
health.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          WWIR 004740
Series Title: Washington Week                Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/4/2008 8:00 PM/502                Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Cleveland rocks and so does this political campaign. We're here to find out why here in northeast Ohio this
week on "Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Thank you" to the crowd. Sen. John McCain
(R-AZ) said, "Thank you, thank you" to his supporters, and Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "Thank you so
much" to hers. The presidential candidates have come and gone and will return again. States like Ohio are too
important to ignore. Next door in Pennsylvania this week, the Democrats were preparing for the long haul. Sen.
Clinton said, "Let me tell you something, when it comes to finishing the fight, Rocky and I have a lot in
common. I never quit, I never give up, and I know that we're going to make it together." Sen. Obama replied,
"We've got to remember, "Rocky" was a movie, and so is the idea that somebody can fight for working people


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and at the same time embrace the broken system in Washington." While Republican John McCain set out across
the country to reintroduce himself to voters. His announcer referred to him as "John McCain, the American
president Americans have been waiting for." The issues are as thorny as ever, the economy and the war. Who
has the best ideas, the best strategy, and the most money to survive the next big test? We assess that this week
with Jackie Calmes of the Wall Street Journal, John Dickerson of Slate magazine, Michael Duffy of Time
magazine, and Alexis Simendinger of National Journal.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          AMEX 002007
Series Title: American Experience           Episode Title: Roberto Clemente                Version: SD-Base
Length: 60            Airdate: 4/21/2008 9:00 PM/502               Service: PBS        Format: Documentary
Baseball great Roberto Clemente's talent and inimitable style drew legions of fans, but as this AMERICAN
EXPERIENCE production reveals, he was more than an exceptional baseball player. He was also a committed
humanitarian who challenged racial discrimination and worked for social justice.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           BMJL 001203
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/26/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Rev. Jeremiah Wright: Bill Moyers interviews the Reverend Jeremiah Wright in his first broadcast interview
with a journalist since he became embroiled in a controversy for his remarks and his relationship with Barack
Obama. Wright, who retired in early 2008 as pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, where
Senator Obama is a member, has been at the center of controversy for comments he made during sermons,
which surfaced in the press in March.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009108
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60          Airdate: 4/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:09:54
Retracing Roots with 'The African-American National Biography:' Renowned African-American writers Henry
Louis Gates Jr. and Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham discuss their latest joint project, 'The African-American
National Biography'.

Category:        Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:            MLNH 009109
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 4/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review             Segment Length: 00:17:45
Primary Looms as Candidates Sharpen Attacks: Questions of character and recent controversies took center
stage at Wednesday night's Democratic debate, where Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama sought to prove
their electability and appeal to Pennsylvania primary voters. Political reporters assess the state of the race and
fact check the candidates' statements.




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Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009110
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 4/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:12:53
Clinton, Obama Enter Final Stretch in Pa. Primary Fight: For the first time in six weeks, Democratic voters will
once again cast ballots in the hotly contested Pennsylvania primary Tuesday. Analysts Mark Shields and David
Brooks consider the state of the campaign and assess the fallout from Wednesday's debate in Philadelphia.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:         MLNH 009111
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 4/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:05:36
Democrats Make Final Pa. Push; McCain Launches Tour: Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama crisscrossed
Pennsylvania Monday in a final attempt to sway Keystone state voters before Tuesday's Democratic primary,
while presumptive GOP nominee Sen. John McCain spoke in Selma, AL, on the first day of his five-day tour of
economically struggling communities.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009112
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:11:34
Voters Cast Ballots in Hard-fought Pa. Primary: Democratic presidential candidates Sens. Hillary Clinton and
Barack Obama made final pitches to Pennsylvanians Tuesday in the hopes to sway still-undecided voters as
they headed to the polls. Political analysts examine the day in voting.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           MLNH 009113
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 4/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review       Segment Length: 00:14:45
Democratic Party Faces Tough Choices as Race Pushes On: Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama shifted
their focus to Indiana and North Carolina Wednesday, after Clinton's victory in Pennsylvania on Tuesday
ensured that their campaigns will go on. Four Democratic Party leaders assess the road ahead for the
presidential nomination.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009115
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:03:45
Democrats' Attention Turns to N.C., Ind. Primaries: Following Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary, Sens. Barack
Obama and Hillary Clinton turned their focus to upcoming primaries in Indiana and North Carolina. Clinton
seeks to keep her momentum going while Obama looks to clinch the Democratic nomination.




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Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           MLNH 009116
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:17:34
Wright Defends Sermons as Debate Over Race Continues: Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Sen. Barack Obama's
longtime pastor, defended the fiery sermons that have become an issue on the campaign trail Monday and
criticized what he called an "attack on the black church." A panel of columnists and analysts discuss Wright's
impact on the presidential race.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009117
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 4/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:17:23
Obama Seeks to Quell Furor Over Former Pastor: Sen. Barack Obama responded on Tuesday to Rev. Jeremiah
Wright's recent media blitz in the run up to primary elections in North Carolina and Indiana. Veteran political
reporters discuss the upcoming votes and the impact of the Wright controversy.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001378
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/18/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter weighs in on next week's Democratic primary in his state. Los Angeles
Times columnist Steve Lopez, author of "The Soloist," discusses how a homeless violinist helped him find his
passion.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TASM 001379
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base       Length: 30
Airdate: 4/19/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS   Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Hip-hop mogul Jay-Z and the "Queen of Hip-Hop Soul" Mary J. Blige talk about evolving in their careers and
their current U.S. Heart of the City concert tour.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TBJL 002324
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal
Episode Title: The Devil's Advice            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/20/2008 11:30 PM           Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Feature Film/Video Drama
Educator Dr. Joe Cornelius once again shares his insightful talent as he weaves the tale of a young man
struggling against the odds. In "The Devil & Leroy Jones," Dr. Cornelius imbues his performance with a
message of hope for the future.




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Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           WWIR 004742
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30          Airdate: 4/18/2008 8:00 PM/502             Service: PBS
Pennsylvania, the pope, and the death penalty, this week on "Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL)
said, "During the course of the last few days, she's said I'm elitist, out of touch, condescending." Sen. Hillary
Clinton (D-NY) said, "What we have to do as Democrats is make sure we get enough votes to win in
November." The fur is flying. Sen. Obama said, "You just got to kind of let it - you know." The Pennsylvania
primary is days away and the stakes are crystal clear. What does each candidate have to do? And will Sen. John
McCain (R-AZ) benefit from Democratic infighting? He said, "They're going to raise your taxes by thousands
of dollars a year and they have the audacity to hope you don't mind." A man who knows a thing or two about
hope did make it to the White House this week - Pope Benedict XVI. He said to the crowd, "God bless
America." He's praying for U.S. Catholics, plus the Supreme Court weighs in on a critical death penalty case.
Covering these stories, John Harwood of CNBC and the New York Times, David Shribman of the Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette, Michael Duffy of Time magazine, and Joan Biskupic of USA Today.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           WWIR 004743
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/25/2008 8:00 PM/502                Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Did she win or did he lose? The metrics of victory. Plus, Petraeus' promotion, this week on "Washington
Week." Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "The American people don't quit and they deserve a president who
doesn't quit either." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Now it's up to you, Indiana. You can decide."
Pennsylvania decided exactly nothing. But what did it tell us? Who voted? Who didn't? What worked? What
backfired? Who has the cash to continue and what might yet come back to haunt the frontrunner? And while the
Democrats attack each other, the Republican stiff arms his friend, the president, on Katrina. Sen. John McCain
(R-AZ) said, "Never again will a disaster of this nature be handled in the terrible and disgraceful way that it was
handled. Never again." General David Petraeus moves up and out. Plus, the latest on Syria's secret nuclear
ambitions. Covering the week: Gloria Borger of CNN and U.S. News, John Dickerson of Stale Magazine,
Jeanne Cummings of Politico, and Martha Raddatz of ABC News.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          ACRO 000112
Series Title: America at a Crossroads
Episode Title: Stand Up: Muslim American Comics Come of Age                  Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/12/2008 2:00 AM/500            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
The program explores the emergence of Muslim- and Arab-American comedians in the wake of 9/11, showing
how they use humor to take on stereotypes about their religion and their politics. The film highlights five
performers, their comedy and the way everyday tribulations shape their art. At a time when people of Middle
Eastern origin were advised to lie low, they chose to stand up...and crack jokes.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           AMMS 000305
Series Title: American Masters              Episode Title: Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/7/2008 10:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Documentary         Segment Length: 00:58:22
This documentary follows Franklin's unmatched musical career, from her early years as a gospel singer, to her
climb to the top of the pop and rhythm and blues record charts. Franklin's magical presence comes to life


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through excerpts from three decades of performances. The film includes interviews with Whitney Houston, Ray
Charles, Smokey Robinson, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and record producer Jerry Wexler.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:            AMMS 002102
Series Title: American Masters                  Episode Title: Marvin Gaye: What's Going On
Version: SD-Embedded Promo                      Length: 60
Airdate: 5/7/2008 9:00 PM/502                   Service: PBS             Format: Documentary
His standing among the most enduring 20th-century American musical artists is without question, yet his story
is rarely told beyond the tragic circumstances of his death. Enormously talented and equally complicated, Gaye
created an intimate style - full of honesty, integrity, vulnerability - and, essentially, gave the world his
autobiography in lyrics and melody. "The Wonderful One," "The Trouble Man," "The Prince of Soul" - he was
the Motown star who challenged and changed the face of black music, embodying its evolution from roots in
gospel, jazz and rhythm and blues to sophisticated pop and sexually, politically charged soul. Extensive
performance footage and insight from Mary Wilson, Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight, Mos Def, among many
others, capture the tone and texture of a career that still leaves an indelible mark on the musical landscape.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           BMJL 001204
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal               Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/3/2008 2:00 PM/500                   Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Bill Moyers on Reverend Jeremiah Wright: Bill Moyers reflects on his interview with Reverend Jeremiah
Wright; Christopher Cerf and Victor Navasky: Victor Navasky and Christopher Cerf's new book MISSION
ACCOMPLISHED looks back at what the experts told us would happen in Iraq; Kathleen Hall Jamieson: Our
political analyst returns to take stock of the never-ending primary season.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          COSE 014094
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 5/8/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS     Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with Bill Moyers host of "Bill Moyers Journal."

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009119
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 5/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:13:35
Polls Show Tight Democratic Race, Waning GOP Support: New polls reveal a tightening race between
Democratic presidential hopefuls Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton tied while public support for GOP showed
a sharp drop. Pollsters and reporters from the Pew Research Center and the Wall Street Journal examine the
numbers.




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Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           MLNH 009120
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60            Airdate: 5/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:06:58
Delayed Zimbabwe Vote Tally Points to Future Run-Off: Zimbabwe's electoral commission announced the
results of the nation's election on Friday, more than a month since voters went to the polls. As the country gears
up for the now necessary run-off, National Public Radio's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton discusses the details behind the
commission's statement.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           MLNH 009121
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 5/5/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:15:18
Democratic Fight Heads into Critical N.C., Ind. Contests: Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton made their
final pitches to voters in Indiana and North Carolina, looking for support ahead of Tuesday's primary contests.
Two correspondents fresh off the campaign trail discuss whether these two states can change the dynamics of
the Democratic race.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           MLNH 009122
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:06:49
Mildred Loving, Key Figure in Civil Rights Era, Dies: In 1967, the Supreme Court ruled in the case of Loving
v. Virginia that laws against interracial marriage were unconstitutional. Mildred Loving, a black woman
married to a white man, had been prosecuted under one such Virginia law in 1958 and challenged it in the high
court. Loving died in early May at the age of 68.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:         MLNH 009123
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 5/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:16:55
Pressure Grows on Clinton, Obama Claims Momentum: Barack Obama easily won the North Carolina primary
Tuesday, while Hillary Clinton narrowly won in Indiana -- leading to fresh speculation as to whether the
nominating battle may be nearing an end. Mark Shields and David Brooks weigh the road ahead for the
Democrats.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009125
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:16:15
Shields and Brooks Examine Impact of Epic Contest: After Sen. Barack Obama won handily in North
Carolina's primary and rival Sen. Hillary Clinton scored a narrow victory in Indiana, many pundits called for



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Clinton to exit the race and bring the Democratic battle to a close. Mark Shields and David Brooks analyze the
state of the race and the rest of the week's news.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:         MLNH 009126
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 5/12/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:06:24
West Virginia Democrats Prepare For Tuesday Vote: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has
campaigned hard in West Virginia in anticipation of that state's Tuesday primary, while front-runner Barack
Obama has shifted focus to the larger Kentucky and Oregon contests.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           MLNH 009128
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 5/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:15:55
Democratic Race Nearing a Turning Point: After trading wins in Democratic primary contests, the race
continues between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama for the party's nomination, while GOP Sen. John
McCain works to mount a fresh general election strategy. A panel of experts examines the dynamics of the
presidential race and weighs the candidates' next moves.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001390
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/6/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Acclaimed writer Tobias Wolff explains the meaning behind the title of his latest book, "Our Story Begins," and
how listening to stories has become a lost art. Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina, chair of Dartmouth's English
department, shares the backstory of her nonfiction book, "Mr. and Mrs. Prince: How an Extraordinary
Eighteenth Century Family Moved Out of Slavery and Into Legend."

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001394
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/10/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Environmental activist Majora Carter discusses whether the presidential candidates are addressing issues that
are important to inner-city America. Oscar-winning actress Helen Hunt talks about her film directing debut in
"Then She Found Me" and why the film took ten years to make.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001397
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base                Length: 30
Airdate: 5/15/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Journalist and TV host Bill Moyers reflects on the role his interview with Rev. Wright played in the public's
view of the Chicago pastor. Philosopher Susan Neiman explains the title of her new book, "Moral Clarity," and
why Sen. Obama is the embodiment of grown-up idealism.




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Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TASM 001399
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/17/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Journalist Pico Iyer, author of "The Open Road," discusses the politics of the current Dalai Lama. Actor Richard
Roundtree, one of the stars of the film "Speed Racer," talks about how he survived breast cancer.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:         TBJL 003017
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal            Episode Title: Blacks Divided
Version: SD-Base              Length: 30             Airdate: 5/11/2008 11:30 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Dr. Carol Swain, a professor of Political Science and Law at Vanderbilt University and author of "Debating
Immigration," will explore the nuances of contemporary immigration and citizenship affecting the U.S.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TBJL 003020
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal             Episode Title: Hip or Just Dumb?
Version: SD-Base                Length: 30           Airdate: 5/4/2008 11:30 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Thomas Williams, a journalist and graduate student at New York University, discusses his belief that African-
American culture must disentangle itself from the python-grip of hip hop and, by extension, the street. He
believes that, until this happens, the African-American community will not see any real progress.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          WWIR 004744
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/2/2008 8:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The Democratic race tightens. Which voters and what issues could decide it all, this week on "Washington
Week." At the top of the heap, the economy: Pres. George W. Bush said, "I will tell you that these are very
difficult economic times - very difficult." Jobs lost, gas prices soaring and another interest rate cut. What will or
can the president or the candidates do about it all? Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) proposed, "Just for the summer,
why don't we give the American people a little break?" The candidates spar about solutions and the Democratic
frontrunner Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) tries to shake off the Jeremiah Wright controversy. He said, "It
contradicts everything that I'm about and who I am." Surrogates play their part. Former Democratic Party leader
Joe Andrew said, "I'm announcing that I'm going to support Senator Barack Obama for president of the United
States of America." Gov. Mike Easley said about Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY), "This lady right here makes
Rocky Balboa look like a pansy." But can Hillary Clinton still win? She said, "I sometimes feel like the
Goldilocks of this campaign." Plus the Supreme Court weighs in on a critical Indiana voting case. Covering the
week: David Wessel of the Wall Street Journal, Charles Babington of the Associated Press, John Harwood of
CNBC and the New York Times, and Pete Williams of NBC News.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:         WWIR 004745
Series Title: Washington Week              Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/9/2008 8:00 PM/502              Service: PBS              Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Another big week in politics. What happens next? We're here in Philadelphia to talk about it all, this week on
"Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) won big in North Carolina. He said, "Thank you, North


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Carolina." While Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) barely won in Indiana. She said, "Thank you, Indiana. Thank
you." Is this thing over? Not so says Clinton. She also said, "This is a dynamic, electoral environment." But
Obama is sounding like a party nominee. He said, "We stand less than 200 delegates away from securing the
Democratic nomination for president of the United States." Democrats at the crossroads, with all eyes on
superdelegates, African Americans, working class white voters, and the future of the fractured party. What
worked this week and what didn't? We look at the state of the race tonight with Dan Balz of the Washington
Post, Jeanne Cummings of Politico, Karen Tumulty of Time magazine, and Michael Viqueira of NBC news.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           AMEX 001002
Series Title: American Experience | Truman             Version: SD-Base              Length: 120
Airdate: 5/26/2008 9:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
After Harry Truman's unlikely rise to the presidency, he would face some of the biggest crises of the century.
Truman would end the war with Germany; use the atomic bomb against Japan; confront an expanding Soviet
Union; and wage war in Korea -- all while the woman he adored, his wife Bess, refused to stay in the White
House and play the role of First Lady. On the homefront, Truman was the first president to tackle civil rights
issues for blacks -- a move that would prove controversial when campaigning for his second term. His
unpredictable win over Thomas Dewey in the presidential elections of 1948 proved to Truman that he had
finally separated himself from FDR's shadow. However, his second term brought another war and battles with
Congress to pass health care and civil rights legislation. Exhausted after his second term, Truman relinquished
the presidency and retired to Independence, Missouri, where he lived as a popular and well-loved citizen. In
later years, he would receive recognition for all his accomplishments and come to be admired as a gritty
American original.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           BMJL 001206
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 5/17/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Christopher Edley and Maria Echaveste: Berkeley law professors, and husband and wife, Christopher Edley and
Maria Echaveste on their different choices for the Democratic nominee; Melody Petersen: Melody Petersen
talks with Bill Moyers about her new book "Our Daily Meds," and how drug companies market medication.

Category:        Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:            INLE 000922
Series Title: Independent Lens                Episode Title: A Dream In Doubt             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60           Airdate: 5/22/2008 3:00 AM/500          Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
It was the first hate-based murder in the wake of September 11, 2001 - one of thousands of reported and
unreported hate crimes in the years that followed. The victim: a turbaned Sikh man in Mesa, Arizona, where his
family had sought religious freedom. The family is still determined to believe in the American Dream, even as
the nightmare continues for many religious and ethnic minorities in a climate of xenophobia and fear.




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Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009130
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:06:19
Obama-Bush Tussle, GOP Losses Top Campaign Headlines: Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack
Obama takes issue with President Bush's perceived criticism of his foreign policy positions, while the GOP lost
a House seat in Mississippi, following other losses in Louisiana and Illinois.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009131
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:16:55
Demographic, Cultural Dividing Lines Complicate '08 Race: Political analysis of the presidential race this year
has focused on voter divisions along race and gender lines. But some analysts think that other cultural dividing
lines are even more important. Three political analysts examine newly emerging voter alliances.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009133
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 5/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:04:10
Obama, Clinton Set Sights on Florida: Following Tuesday's Democratic nominating contests in Oregon and
Kentucky, Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton headed for Florida, a key general election state embroiled
in a dispute over its renegade primary.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009135
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60              Airdate: 5/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:07:22
Obama Courts Florida Voters, McCain Gets Clean Bill of Health: Sen. Barack Obama travels through Florida
and Sen. John McCain is given a clean bill of health and releases his medical records. Kwame Holman reports
on recent developments on the presidential campaign trail.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009137
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:06:26
Justices Back Workers in Race, Age Discrimination Suits: The high court sided Tuesday with employees -- one
at a Cracker Barrel restaurant, one a postal worker -- who sought to file lawsuits after facing retaliation for
complaining about race and age discrimination. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal examines the cases.




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Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           PASL 000000
Series Title: Prince Among Slaves              Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/30/2008 2:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
"Prince Among Slaves" is the inspiring true story of an African prince who survived 40 years of enslavement in
America before finally regaining his freedom. Winner of the Best Documentary at the 2007 American Black
Film Festival, the film tells the compelling story of Abdul Rahman, an African Muslim prince, through feature-
film styled re-enactments directed by Andrea Kalin and Emmy-Award-winner Bill Duke; contemporary
artworks, archival letters and diaries; and on-camera interviews with distinguished scholars and experts.
Narrated by actor and hip-hop artist Mos Def, "Prince Among Slaves" is based on Dr. Terry Alford's biography
of the same name.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001400
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/20/2008 12:30 PM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Groundbreaking broadcast journalist Barbara Walters reflects on the chapter in her new memoir, "Audition,"
that was the hardest to write. Actor-playwright Daniel Beaty talks about his one-man play "Emergency" and
also performs.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001401
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base          Length: 30
Airdate: 5/21/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Arkansas governor and GOP presidential contender Mike Huckabee explains his recent remarks about
Sen. Obama that have come under fire. Legendary singer Donna Summer discusses her early years as a
performer in Germany.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001403
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/23/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page explains the significance of Sen. Obama's lead in pledged
delegates and describes the mood on the Hill after the news of Sen. Kennedy's health challenge. Grammy-
nominated singer Josh Groban discovers what he and Tavis have in common.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001404
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/24/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Barnard sociologist Jonathan Rieder, author of "The Word of the Lord is Upon Me," describes the artistry and
the humorous side of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Grammy-winning jazz artist Earl Klugh talks about teaching
guitar as a young man in Detroit; he also performs a track from his new CD.




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Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TASM 001407
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base       Length: 30
Airdate: 5/29/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS   Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Hip-hop mogul Jay-Z and the "Queen of Hip-Hop Soul" Mary J. Blige talk about evolving in their careers and
their current U.S. Heart of the City concert tour.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TBJL 002902
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal            Episode Title: Slavery's Biggest Secret
Version: SD-Base               Length: 30              Airdate: 5/18/2008 11:30 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Was the first colony to give legal recognition to the institution of slavery a northern or southern state? The
answer to that question is one of many surprising facts about the history of slavery in America. Journalist Anne
Farrow, co-author of "Complicity: How the North Promoted, Prolonged, and Profited from Slavery," exposes
the role of the North in the growth of slavery in America.

Category:        Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:             WWIR 004746
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/17/2008 1:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS           Format: News
Time for a reality check for Democrats and Republicans. A week of flash points, this week on "Washington
Week." Gauntlets thrown down everywhere, on foreign policy. Pres. George W. Bush said, "Some seem to
believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and radicals." Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said, "The president
is exactly right." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) replied, "That's exactly the kinds of appalling attack that's divided
our country and that alienates us from the world." On domestic politics - Sen. John Edwards (D-NC) said, "Join
me in helping send Barack Obama to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue." Sen. Hillary Clinton said, "I am more
determined than ever to carry on this campaign." And in Congress, where Republicans are in the dumps, Rep.
Tom Davis (R-VA) said, "The Republican brand name - if you were to put this on a dog food, the owners would
just take it off the shelf because nobody's buying it." The outlines of the general election come into focus.
Covering the week, James Barnes of National Journal, Jackie Calmes of the Wall Street Journal, Michael Duffy
of Time magazine, and Jeff Zeleny of the New York Times.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          WWIR 004747
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/23/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A trip through the trippy world of exit strategies, foreign policy maneuverings, and vice presidential speculation
this week on "Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "They're ready to turn the page and write a
new chapter in American history. And on June 3rd we are going to bring this nomination to a close." And
apparently not one minute before. Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "I'm going to keep making our case until
we have a nominee, whoever she may be." But what's really going on. Is Hillary Clinton actually competing?
Can Barack Obama afford to wait to claim the nomination? And on the Republican side, is Sen. John McCain
(R-AZ) simply moving on without him especially on foreign policy? McCain said, "Senator Obama has little or
no experience on these issues." And Washington's revolving doors. Do lobbyists matter? Covering the week,
Dan Balz of the Washington Post, Karen Tumulty of Time Magazine, Tom Gjelten of National Public Radio,
and Eamon Javers of Politico.



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Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           BMJL 001209
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal              Version: SD-Short            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/7/2008 2:00 AM/500                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
There’s nothing new in Scott McClellan’s book about the propaganda campaign or the role of the press in
selling the war, so why is it such big news? Journalists Jonathan Landay and John Walcott of McClatchy
newspapers and Greg Mitchell of EDITOR & PUBLISHER examine the performance of the press in the lead up
to the war, the reaction of the administration and the media to McClellan’s book, and how the press is handling
other important stories today. Also, as the contest between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for the
Democratic nomination comes to an end, Bill Moyers sits down with Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Ron Walters
to discuss how race and gender have played out in the presidential campaigns. A media analyst and recurring
JOURNAL guest, Kathleen Hall Jamieson is director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University
of Pennsylvania. Ron Walters is director of the African American Leadership Center at the University of
Maryland.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          INLE 000924
Series Title: Independent Lens              Episode Title: Writ Writer          Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/5/2008 3:00 PM/500          Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
WRIT WRITER reveals a little-known battle of the Civil Rights Movement, led by an indigent, under-educated
prisoner. Texas-born, Mexican American Fred Cruz came of age and found his life's calling in prison, where the
sanctioned cruelty and brutality among inmates and guards moved him to fight the state prison system in the
court of law.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:         MLNH 009141
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short            Length: 60            Airdate: 6/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:14:48
Hard-Fought Democratic Race Nears the Finish Line: The last remaining states to vote in the Democratic
nominating race, Montana and South Dakota, head to the polls Tuesday -- and all eyes are on Sens. Hillary
Clinton and Barack Obama as the epic race nears a close. Political reporters discuss the candidates' next moves.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009142
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short             Length: 60            Airdate: 6/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:03:29
As Final States Hold Primaries, Focus Intensifies on Super Delegates: Neither Sen. Hillary Clinton nor Sen.
Barack Obama held public appearances Tuesday, the last day of primaries, shifting the electoral focus to
uncommitted super delegates on Capitol Hill.




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Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009143
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60          Airdate: 6/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:05:04
Obama Claims Victory, Clinton Weighs Next Moves: After a long primary race, Sen. Barack Obama is
beginning his first days as the presumptive Democratic nominee as Sen. Hillary Clinton is weighing her next
moves.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           MLNH 009145
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short               Length: 60            Airdate: 6/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:03:33
Obama Looks to Turn Virginia into Blue State: With Sen. Barack Obama's focus concentrated on Virginia early
in the general election, many wonder if 2008 will be a year of new battleground states. Kwame Holman reports
on the effort to get Virginia to back a Democrat for president for the first time in 44 years.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:            MLNH 009146
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60              Airdate: 6/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:11:18
McCain, Obama Aim to Redraw Electoral Map: Presumptive presidential candidates Sen. John McCain and
Sen. Barack Obama both claim that they can redraw the electoral map this year by courting voters from the
other party's traditional base. Political analysts Stuart Rothenberg and Amy Walter discuss the 2008 electoral
map.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009147
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60          Airdate: 6/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:14:27
McCain and Obama Trade Jabs Over Economic Strategies: Presumptive presidential candidates Sens. Barack
Obama and John McCain offered contrasting approaches to mend a sluggish economy this week, with Obama
emphasizing an active government role in providing assistance and McCain calling for lower taxes and
spending cuts.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TASM 001412
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/5/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Bertie Bowman, the longest-serving African American on the U.S. Capitol Hill staff, reflects on how he was
able to keep friendships with senators who were staunch segregation proponents.




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Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001414
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/7/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former National Security Advisor Richard Clarke describes the impact political appointees in government posts
have on America's security. "The Best Game Ever" author Mark Bowden discusses the role racial
discrimination played in the NFL in the early days.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:            TASM 001416
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/11/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In part one of a two-part conversation, Oscar-winning actor and best-selling author Sidney Poitier describes his
first experiences with American racism and explains the lesson that he wants to pass along to his granddaughter
in his latest book, "Life Beyond Measure."

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TASM 001417
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/12/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In part two of a two-part conversation, Sidney Poitier, acclaimed actor and author of "Life Beyond Measure:
Letters to My Great-Granddaughter," shares the story of what his mother's visit to a soothsayer revealed about
his future and tackles the question of the purpose of his life.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TASM 001419
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/14/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
New York Gov. David Paterson, who is legally blind, describes how he manages public speeches without notes.
Seven-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette talks about putting together her latest CD
and trusting the process of making music.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TASM 001420
Series Title: Tavis Smiley              Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/17/2008 12:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Paul Rieckhoff, executive director and founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, explains the need
for a national call to better support our returning troops. Actor Hill Harper, who is on Sen. Obama's National
Finance Committee, discusses the general election campaign and his new book "Letters to a Young Sister:
Define Your Destiny."

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          WWIR 004749
Series Title: Washington Week               Version: SD-Short             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/6/2008 8:00 PM/502               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
History is made as the Democrats pick the nation's first African-American major party nominee, this week on
"Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Tonight we mark the end of one historic journey with
the beginning of another." Barack Obama and the art of the improbable. He also said, "I believe that when all of


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us come together - black, white, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, young, old, men, women - there is no
challenge we cannot meet, no destiny we cannot fulfill." But how tough will it be to come together? Sen.
Hillary Clinton's concession came in slow motion." She said, "I understand that a lot of people are asking,
"What does Hillary want? What does she want?" Well--" But other Democrats are scrambling to get onboard,
even as Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) hopes to scoop up some of the spoils of partisan war. He said, "I'll reach out
my hand to anyone, Republican or Democrat, who will help me change what needs to be changed." Eleven
weeks to go before the party conventions begin. We look back at the primary season and ahead to the McCain-
Obama battle royale, plus, today's big economic news, with Dan Balz of the Washington Post, Gloria Borger of
CNN and U.S. News and World Report, Michael Duffy of Time Magazine, and Jeff Zeleny of the New York
Times.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           BMJL 001211
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal             Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/21/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Douglas Blackmon on Neoslavery: Bill Moyers interviews Douglas Blackmon, the Atlanta Bureau Chief of the
Wall Street Journal, about his latest book, "Slavery by Another Name," which looks at an "age of neoslavery"
that thrived from the aftermath of the Civil War through the dawn of World War II; Orlando Patterson and
Glenn Loury on Race in America; Bill Moyers Journal examines racial inequality in America through the
prisms of the legacy of slavery and the current socio-economic landscape with perspective from historical and
cultural sociologist Orlando Patterson and Glenn C. Loury, an economist and expert on race and social division;
Traces of the Trade - Documentary Preview: Katrina Browne tells the story of her forefathers, the largest slave-
trading family in U.S. history, premiering on POV on PBS.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          EEDI 000201
Series Title: Everyday Edisons        Episode Title: I'm an Everyday Edison       Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 6/22/2008 2:00 PM       Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Other
Vietnam-born Michael Diep creates a cat's scratching post that improves on existing models. Matt Fleming's
new take on ping pong re-invents one of the most popular games of all time. Serial inventor Theodore
Tomaiuolo re-invents the first-aid bandage, and James Jenkins solves a common shopping problem with his
innovative design. Mark and Cody Fox, two brothers with a famous father, improve on a common textbook
problem; and Mingwei Zhang, a Chinese acupuncturist, devises a new fitness product.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MADS 000108
Series Title: Made in Spain
Episode Title: The Magic of Saffron and Cervantes             Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/22/2008 3:00 PM            Service: PBS-PLUS               Format: Demonstration/Instructional
José uses widely-available Manchego cheese to prepare a salad of cheese, tomato, thyme and walnuts. He
shows us the food eaten by the Man from La Mancha - Cervantes' Don Quixote. And he is witness to the
wonder of saffron, when the remarkable crocus emerges from the earth and is turned into the world's most
expensive spice. José cooks a traditional dish of rabbit with saffron rice before returning to Spain to eat a
marzipan dessert.




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Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:14:10
McCain and Obama Tout Differing Energy Plans: Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are honing their
stances on climate and energy policy, focusing on issues like the federal gas tax and offshore drilling. Advisers
for each campaign examine the energy policy debate.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           MLNH 009154
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:12:58
In a Strategic Shift, Obama Opts to Forgo Public Financing: Sen. Barack Obama said Thursday he will opt out
of public financing during the general election. A legal expert and a political reporter examine how the move
will impact the race and Sen. John McCain's funding options.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009155
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:12:11
Shields, Brooks Discuss Obama's Fundraising Shift, McCain's Energy Proposal: Tensions between the
presumptive presidential nominees escalated over Sen. Barack Obama's refusal of public funds and Sen. John
McCain's call to lift a ban on offshore drilling. Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the political news of the
week.

Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:         TASM 001423
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Olympic gold medalist and six-time world boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya talks about his new memoir,
"American Son: My Story," and explains how growing up in East L.A. made him into the man he is today.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001424
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/21/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Journalist-photographer Eric Etheridge explains how obtaining mug shots of Freedom Riders transformed his
latest book, "Breach of Peace." Singer-songwriter-guitarist Amos Lee discusses how his latest album, "Last
Days at the Lodge," fits in with the current music scene.




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Category:     Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:         TASM 001425
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/24/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Salman Rushdie, author of the new book "The Enchantress of Florence," says, in the end, you can't escape your
imagination. Actor James McAvoy talks about working with Morgan Freeman in the new film, "Wanted."

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           WWIR 004751
Series Title: Washington Week                   Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 8:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Could this be the first half-billion-dollar election? Welcome to Atlanta, where we'll talk money, politics, and the
2008 campaign this week on "Washington Week." Al Gore said, "Take it from me, elections matter." Better late
than never. Al Gore joins the 2008 political fray just as Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) and Barack Obama (D-IL)
prepare to take each other on in earnest. McCain said, "I know I have to out-campaign my opponent in every
respect, and so I do not underestimate. I consider myself an underdog." Obama said, "When it comes to
education, Senator McCain, I believe, is out of touch with the situation of many hardworking Americans." Both
sides are getting in position for political hand-to-hand combat on foreign policy, the environment, and on which
one can create the most unbeatable general election organization. How are they doing? In Atlanta tonight, four
Washington Week regulars: Charles Babington of the Associated Press, Jean Cummings of Politico, John
Harwood of CNBC and the New York Times, and Doyle McManus of the Los Angeles Times.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           AMDO 002101
Series Title: P.O.V.
Episode Title: Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North               Version: SD-Base
Length: 90         Airdate: 6/26/2008 3:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
First-time filmmaker Katrina Browne makes a troubling discovery - her New England ancestors were the largest
slave-trading family in U.S. history. She and nine fellow descendants set off to retrace the Triangle Trade: from
their old hometown in Rhode Island to slave forts in Ghana to sugar plantation ruins in Cuba. Step by step, they
uncover the vast extent of northern complicity in slavery while stumbling through the minefield of
contemporary race relations. In this bicentennial year of the abolition of the U.S. slave trade, "Traces of the
Trade" offers powerful new perspectives on the black/white divide.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           COSE 014128
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/25/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the Zimbabwe election with author Chenjerai Hove, author and journalist Andrew
Meldrum, journalist Philip Gourevitch and Michelle Gavin of the Council on Foreign Relations. Then, a
conversation with Emmylou Harris about her latest album, "All I Intended to Be."

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           COSE 014130
Series Title: Charlie Rose             Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 6/27/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS     Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama campaigning together with Paul Begala and Adam
Nagourney. Then, a conversation with Daniel Yergin, Chairman of Cambridge Energy Research Associate.


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Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MADS 000109
Series Title: Made in Spain
Episode Title: A Taste of the Sea              Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/29/2008 3:00 PM             Service: PBS-PLUS            Format: Demonstration/Instructional
José prepares scallops in their shells with Albariño white wine, and visits the dramatic seafood farms of this
northwestern region. Back home, he steams mussels with bay leaf and serves them with potatoes and Spanish
smoked paprika. He returns to Galicia to watch the magical cooking of the legendary Spanish potato tortilla, or
omelet.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009156
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:04:33
Candidates Stump in Battleground Western States: Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain took shots at each
other over energy policy as they each toured Western states, hoping to drive home their message in what could
be new battlegrounds this campaign season.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009157
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 6/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:14:25
Obama Camp Seeks to Redefine Battlegrounds, Focus on Policy: With the general election now in full swing,
Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are busy shaping their campaign strategies. David Axelrod, a top Obama
adviser, discusses how his team is approaching the trail.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          MLNH 009160
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:12:12
Shields, Brooks Take Up Campaign News, Court Rulings: Presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama campaigned
with former rival Sen. Hillary Clinton at a rally Friday in Unity, N.H. and the Supreme Court issues a week of
weighty decisions. Analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks examine the week's political news.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           MLNH 009161
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60          Airdate: 6/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:04:26
Candidates Square Off Over Patriotism Remarks: Both presidential candidates, Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) and
Barack Obama (D-IL), addressed the issue of patriotism after Gen. Wesley Clark questioned McCain's
qualifications. NewsHour correspondent Kwame Holman reports.




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Category:        Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:            TASM 001426
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/25/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
In a tribute to the late groundbreaking comedian, Tavis revisits his conversation with George Carlin in April
2004. Also, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Ne-Yo explains what it means to be a gentleman in the R&B
and hip-hop world today.

Category:       Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:           TASM 001428
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Congressional Hispanic Caucus chair Rep. Joe Baca describes the rate of political progress within the Hispanic
community. "Sex and the City" and "Californication" star Evan Handler explains how he found faith and trust
while battling leukemia and a grim prognosis.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          TASM 001429
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/28/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Jordanian foreign minister, Marwan Muasher, reflects on the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin. Author Ta-Nehisi Coates and his father Paul Coates discuss overcoming the struggle African
American men often have in dealing with their environment.

Category:      Minorities/Civil Rights
NOLA:          WWIR 004752
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base                Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 8:00 PM/502                Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Landmark Supreme Court rulings, unity in New Hampshire, and a nuclear reversal; a lot to talk about this week
on "Washington Week." The Supreme Court ends its term with a bang, striking down a law that banned guns,
and yet another one that imposed the death penalty on child rapists. How could one court do two such different
things? We look at the end of the term. The Democrats kiss and make up. At a campaign event with Sen. Barack
Obama (D-IL), Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "We may have started on separate paths, but today our paths
have merged. Today, we are coming together for the same goal: to elect Barack Obama as the next President of
the United States." Obama responded to the cheering crowd, "She rocks. She rocks. That's the point I'm trying
to make." Or do they? What can Hillary Clinton do for Barack Obama? And what can he do for her? While
back at the White House, a change of heart on North Korea. Pres. George W. Bush said, "Multilateral
diplomacy is the best way to peacefully solve the nuclear issue with North Korea." The isolated nation no
longer considered a state sponsor of terrorism. Is it no longer a nuclear threat? Covering the week: Linda
Greenhouse of the New York Times, Pete Williams of NBC News, James Barnes of National Journal, and Peter
Baker of the New York Times.




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          BMJL 001201
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal           Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/12/2008 2:00 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
David Beckmann - Bread for the World: Bill Moyers talks with the president of Bread for the World about the
challenges of combatting hunger; EXPOSÉ - Cash Cows and Starter Cowboy Kits: BILL MOYERS JOURNAL
teams up with the PBS series EXPOSÉ: AMERICA'S INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS to follow the trail of
Washington Post reporters who uncovered more than $15 billion in "wasteful, unnecessary, or redundant
expenditures" that have flowed from Washington to America's farmers; Hunger in America: Why are America's
food banks suffering shortages? Find out what you can do to help.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014069
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/3/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with David Axelrod, Chief Strategist, Obama Campaign. Then, a preview of the NCAA
Final Four with Billy Packer of CBS Sports, Stephen Curry, starting shooting guard for the Wildcats of
Davidson College and Dell Curry, retired American professional basketball player. Finally, a conversation with
author Steve Coll about his book "The Bin Ladens: An Arabian Family in the American Century."

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014072
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/8/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Petraeus and Crocker's testimony on Iraq with former Army Vice Chief of Staff, Jack
Keane, Senator Jack Reed and Senator Jeff Sessions. Then, a discussion with the co-founders of
wowOwow.com; Liz Smith, Lesley Stahl, Jonie Evans and Mary Lawrence.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          COSE 014073
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/9/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A discussion about day two of Petraeus and Crocker's testimony on Iraq with John Burns and Dexter Filkins,
both of The New York Times.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014076
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/14/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the Pennsylvania Primary with Senator Bob Casey of Pennsylvania. Then, the
discussion continues with Joe Klein of Time and Dick Polman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Finally, a discussion
about the Frontline documentary "Sick Around the World" with T.R. Reid.



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Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           FRON 002608
Series Title: Frontline | Bush's War           Version: SD-Base              Length: 150
Airdate: 4/5/2008 10:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
Part 1 of 2. A history of the Iraq War that features both new and archival reporting, beginning in the year
following 9/11, when the Bush administration was discussing the idea of ousting Saddam Hussein's regime.
Included: divisions within the administration on the matter; what role the UN should play; whether intelligence
linking Hussein to Al Qaeda could be trusted.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          FRON 002611
Series Title: Frontline         Episode Title: Sick Around the World       Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/15/2008 10:00:00 PM/501               Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Four in five Americans say the U.S. health-care system needs "fundamental" change. Can the U.S. learn
anything from the rest of the world about how to run a health-care system, or are these nations so culturally
different from us that their solutions would simply not be acceptable to Americans? FRONTLINE
correspondent T.R. Reid examines first-hand the health-care systems of other advanced capitalist democracies -
- UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, and Taiwan -- to see what tried and tested ideas might help us
reform our broken health-care system.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009097
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 4/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:12:44
Campaigns Push to Connect With Voters on Economic Reform Plans: The Bush administration announced
plans to overhaul U.S. financial regulatory structure Monday, the latest in a stream of stories on economic woes.
Representatives from the Clinton, McCain and Obama campaigns discuss their candidates' views on the ailing
economy.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009098
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:04:06
Fed Chairman Bernanke Says Recession Is 'Possible:' Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Wednesday
told Congress that while the current downturn might be temporary, "a recession is possible."

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009099
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:14:43
FAA Inspectors Claim Agency Was Lax on Safety Enforcement: Veteran Federal Aviation Administration
inspectors told a House committee Thursday that safety violations by Southwest Airlines were ignored by their
supervisors due to the "cozy" relationship between FAA officials and the airline. An analyst examines federal
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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009100
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:11:36
Bleak U.S. Economic Outlook Stirs Recession Fears, Candidate Proposals: Large jobs loses, stock market
tremors and a slumping housing market continued to build fears this week of a recession. NewsHour analysts
Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the latest economic developments and reflect on the Martin Luther
King, Jr. anniversary.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009101
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 4/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:14:25
President Bush, Congress Clash Over Colombia Trade Deal: President Bush announced Monday that he would
send a free trade agreement between the U.S. and Colombia to Congress for approval. While the White House
urged swift action, Democrats raised concerns over anti-union violence in Colombia and the deal's impact on
U.S. jobs. Lawmakers discuss the measure.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009102
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:25:03
Petraeus, Crocker Deliver Iraq Status Report to Congress: In a long-anticipated progress report on Iraq, Army
Gen. David Petraeus and U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker testified before two Senate hearings Tuesday,
where they warned Congress that security gains were "fragile."

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009103
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 4/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:08:07
Petraeus, Crocker Offer Subdued Review of Iraq Mission: General David Petraeus and Ambassador to Iraq
Ryan Crocker continued their reports on Iraq before Congress for a second day. Kwame Holman recaps the
hearings.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009104
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:13:25
Shorter Iraq Tours Aim to Ease Strain on Troops: President Bush supported Gen. David Petraeus' call to halt
future troop drawdowns in Iraq Thursday but also announced that the Army will return to 12-month
deployments to help ease the burden on troops. Military experts debate the impact on the U.S. military and its
capabilities.



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Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009105
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60          Airdate: 4/11/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:08:40
Clinton, Obama Battle in Pa.; McCain Talks Housing: Democratic candidates Barack Obama and Hillary
Clinton continued to campaign heavily in Pennsylvania ahead of its April 22 primary, while presumptive GOP
nominee John McCain further outlined his economic proposals at a campaign stop in New York.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009106
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:20:29
Economy a Top Issue Ahead of Pennsylvania Primary: As the Pennsylvania primary draws near, Democratic
candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are crisscrossing the Keystone State in a bid for voter support in
a state where a complex mix of issues -- from the economy to religion -- ranks high for voters. Political analysts
from across Pennsylvania preview the contest.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           NBRT 028012
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/1/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Wall Street's Rally Is No April Fool's Joke; Democrats and Republicans Join Together To Search
For A Solution To The Housing Crisis; Rising Gas Prices & The Economy Are Stalling Car Sales; "Of Mutual
Interest"-Christine Benz, Director of Mutual Fund Analysis For Morning Star; "Last Word"-What Does $37B
Buy?; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Hugh Johnson, Chairman of Johnson Illington
Advisors.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028015
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/4/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Employment Numbers Generate More Recession Fears; What's
In The Foreclosure Prevention Bill; China's Economic Growth May Take Root In Latin Nations; "Market
Monitor"-Michael Hasenstab, Portfolio Mgr. Templeton Global Fund; "Last Word"-A Huge Slice of the Dot
Com Pie.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028016
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/7/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Alcoa's Earnings Tarnished By Disappointing Profits; Mergers
& Acquisitions Amid Recession Worries; The Colombia Free Trade Conflict; Investors Are Looking For Safe
Options To Stash Their Cash; Rising Food Prices Are Causing Concern in China; Kevin McCormally's Tax
Tips-Reporting Mutual Fund Sales; "Last Word"-Whiskey Makes The Rounds.




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028018
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/9/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Neiderauer;
Oil Prices Gush to a New Record High; The Boeing 787 Dreamliner Nightmare; The President and Congress
Come Together To Fight Foreclosures; "Street Critique"-Toan Tran, Equity Strategist at Morningstar; "Kevin
McCormallys"- Write-offs for Non-itemizers.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001371
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 4/9/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Best-selling author Anne Rice discusses how she addressed Jesus' loneliness in the second of her fictional bios,
"Christ the Lord: The Road to Cana." Law professor Kimberle Williams Crenshaw addresses the Democratic
presidential candidates' support of affirmative action programs.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001372
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 4/10/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Under Secretary of Defense Douglas Feith defines the Bush doctrine of war and addresses whether it is
an appropriate policy. Actor Thomas Haden Church talks about his new movie, "Smart People."

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001373
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/11/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Democratic National Committee chair Howard Dean discusses the challenges of the Clinton-Obama race for the
party's nomination. Pennsylvania Rep. Joe Sestak weighs in on today's testimony by Gen. Petraeus before the
House Armed Services Committee.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001374
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/12/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Harvard University's Noah Feldman discusses the impact of the rise of the Islamic state on U.S. foreign policy.
Radio talk show host Joe Madison explains how the Darfur crisis began in Sudan and describes what it's like to
witness the ongoing civil war.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001375
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 4/15/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former State Department negotiator Aaron David Miller, author of "The Much Too Promised Land," says
Palestine has been promised too many times to too many people. Boston Legal's John Larroquette shares why
he is comfortable publicly stating that Sen. Barack Obama is the president the U.S. needs.



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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001376
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/16/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Political commentator Bill Press says, for now, the conservative movement as we knew it is dead. Benjamin
McKenzie talks about the challenges in his career and tells what it was like working with legendary actor Al
Pacino in the new film, "88 Minutes."

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           WWIR 004740
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/4/2008 8:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Cleveland rocks and so does this political campaign. We're here to find out why here in northeast Ohio this
week on "Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Thank you" to the crowd. Sen. John McCain
(R-AZ) said, "Thank you, thank you" to his supporters, and Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "Thank you so
much" to hers. The presidential candidates have come and gone and will return again. States like Ohio are too
important to ignore. Next door in Pennsylvania this week, the Democrats were preparing for the long haul. Sen.
Clinton said, "Let me tell you something, when it comes to finishing the fight, Rocky and I have a lot in
common. I never quit, I never give up, and I know that we're going to make it together." Sen. Obama replied,
"We've got to remember, "Rocky" was a movie, and so is the idea that somebody can fight for working people
and at the same time embrace the broken system in Washington." While Republican John McCain set out across
the country to reintroduce himself to voters. His announcer referred to him as "John McCain, the American
president Americans have been waiting for." The issues are as thorny as ever, the economy and the war. Who
has the best ideas, the best strategy, and the most money to survive the next big test? We assess that this week
with Jackie Calmes of the Wall Street Journal, John Dickerson of Slate magazine, Michael Duffy of Time
magazine, and Alexis Simendinger of National Journal.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           WWIR 004741
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/11/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The war in Iraq, rhetoric and reality, plus new help for homeowners, and the week in presidential politics, this
week on "Washington Week." The administration says the news in Iraq is good. Gen. David Petraeus said,
"There has been significant but uneven security progress in Iraq." But not good enough to pull out anytime
soon. The generals want to freeze troop levels. Pres. George Bush said, "General Petraeus says he'll need time
to consolidate his forces and assess how this reduced American presence will affect conditions on the ground.
And I've told him he'll have all the time he needs." The response on Capitol Hill, not so good. Speaker Nancy
Pelosi (D-CA) said, "He is just dragging this out so he can put it at the doorstep of the new president of the
United States." But Congress has at least one other immediate concern: how to signal to strapped American
taxpayers that they're serious about fixing the economy. Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) said, "If we could put up as
much as $30 billion of your money on this kind of a deal, can't we get the same kind of commitment when it
comes to 8,000 people every day losing their homes?" Meanwhile out on the campaign trail, Hillary Clinton's
rough week from Mark Penn to Bill Clinton. We explain why. Covering the week, Peter Baker of the
Washington Post, James Kitfield of National Journal, Michael Viqueira of NBC News, and Karen Tumulty of
Time magazine.




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Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           BMJL 001202
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal             Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/19/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Leila Fadel: Just back from being under fire in Sadr City this week, award-winning journalist Leila Fadel,
Baghdad Bureau Chief for McClatchy, gives viewers on-the-ground analysis of the latest events and close-up
look at the state of the war; Martha Nussbaum: Bill Moyers talks with Martha Nussbaum, the Ernst Freund
Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics at University of Chicago, about church and state, and her
newest book, "Liberty of Conscious: In Defense of America's Tradition of Religious Equality."

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           BMJL 001203
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/26/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Rev. Jeremiah Wright: Bill Moyers interviews the Reverend Jeremiah Wright in his first broadcast interview
with a journalist since he became embroiled in a controversy for his remarks and his relationship with Barack
Obama. Wright, who retired in early 2008 as pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, where
Senator Obama is a member, has been at the center of controversy for comments he made during sermons,
which surfaced in the press in March.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         COSE 014079
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base         Length: 60
Airdate: 4/17/2008 11:30 PM/503            Service: PBS-PLUS    Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City and Governor Arnold
Schwarzenegger, Governor of California.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014081
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 4/21/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS     Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a preview of the Pennsylvania Primary with Howard Fineman, Newsweek's Chief Political
Correspondent, Senior Editor and Deputy Washington Bureau Chief. Then, a conversation with Mickey
Drexler, CEO, J.Crew.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          COSE 014082
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 4/22/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Live coverage of the Pennsylvania Primary with Mark Halperin of Time magazine, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Al
Hunt of Bloomberg News, Bob Herbert of The New York Times, Dick Polman of the Philadelphia Inquirer and
Jacob Weisberg of Slate.com.




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014084
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/24/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with George Shultz. Schultz served as the United States Secretary of Labor from 1969 to
1970, as the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury from 1972 to 1974, and as the U.S. Secretary of State from 1982 to
1989. Then, a conversation with Former Congressman Charlie Wilson (D-TX), best known for leading
Congress into supporting the largest-ever CIA covert operation, which supplied the Afghan mujahideen during
the Soviet war in Afghanistan and subject of the recent film starring Tom Hanks, "Charlie Wilson's War."

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          COSE 014085
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 4/25/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with John D. Negroponte, Deputy Secretary of State.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           FRON 002510
Series Title: Frontline               Episode Title: Hot Politics           Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/22/2008 10:00 PM/501          Service: PBS             Format: News
"The way it happened was the equivalent to flipping the bird, frankly, to the rest of the world - on an issue about
which they felt so deeply." That is how former New Jersey governor and the former Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) Administrator Christine Todd Whitman describes the Bush administration's decision to
withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol on climate change in Hot Politics, a FRONTLINE report co-produced with
the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR). As more and more Americans look for a response to the realities
of climate change, FRONTLINE correspondent Deborah Amos investigates the political decisions that have
prevented the United States government from confronting one of the most serious problems facing humanity
today.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009108
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:08:03
Supreme Court Votes 7-2 to Allow Lethal Injection: The Supreme Court voted Wednesday to uphold
Kentucky's use of lethal injection, allowing the continuation of executions on hold since September. The court
also heard arguments on the legality of the death penalty for child rapists. Marcia Coyle discusses the cases.

Category:        National Politics/Government
NOLA:            MLNH 009109
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 4/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:17:45
Primary Looms as Candidates Sharpen Attacks: Questions of character and recent controversies took center
stage at Wednesday night's Democratic debate, where Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama sought to prove
their electability and appeal to Pennsylvania primary voters. Political reporters assess the state of the race and
fact check the candidates' statements.



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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009110
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The                  Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/18/2008 7:00 PM/502                Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Pope Benedict Urges Respect for Human Rights at U.N.: Pope Benedict XVI spoke Friday at the United
Nations, saying respect for human rights should be the focus of international cooperation, but warning
"multilateral consensus" is "subordinated to the decisions of a small number."

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009111
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 4/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:05:36
Democrats Make Final Pa. Push; McCain Launches Tour: Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama crisscrossed
Pennsylvania Monday in a final attempt to sway Keystone state voters before Tuesday's Democratic primary,
while presumptive GOP nominee Sen. John McCain spoke in Selma, AL, on the first day of his five-day tour of
economically struggling communities.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009112
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:11:34
Voters Cast Ballots in Hard-fought Pa. Primary: Democratic presidential candidates Sens. Hillary Clinton and
Barack Obama made final pitches to Pennsylvanians Tuesday in the hopes to sway still-undecided voters as
they headed to the polls. Political analysts examine the day in voting.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009113
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:16
Petraeus Tapped to Head Mideast Central Command: Defense Secretary Robert Gates nominated Wednesday
Gen. David Petraeus to head the U.S. Central Command, which oversees operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Military experts analyze the change in role and what it means for U.S. military efforts in the region.

Category:        National Politics/Government
NOLA:            MLNH 009114
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 4/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:16:11
Leaders Struggle to Revive Israeli-Palestinian Talks: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas met with President
Bush Thursday in a bid to provide a needed boost to U.S.-backed peace negotiations with Israel. Chief
Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat and Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Dan Gillerman discuss the
state of the talks.




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009115
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:03:45
Democrats' Attention Turns to N.C., Ind. Primaries: Following Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary, Sens. Barack
Obama and Hillary Clinton turned their focus to upcoming primaries in Indiana and North Carolina. Clinton
seeks to keep her momentum going while Obama looks to clinch the Democratic nomination.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009116
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 4/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:07:37
Ruling on Voter ID Law May Spur Tighter State Regulation: The Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 Monday to
uphold an Indiana law requiring voters to show photo identification at polling stations. The National Law
Journal's Marcia Coyle examines the impact of the Supreme Court decisions on voters and state regulations.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009117
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 4/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:17:23
Obama Seeks to Quell Furor Over Former Pastor: Sen. Barack Obama responded on Tuesday to Rev. Jeremiah
Wright's recent media blitz in the run up to primary elections in North Carolina and Indiana. Veteran political
reporters discuss the upcoming votes and the impact of the Wright controversy.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009118
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 4/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:09:19
Gas Tax Holiday Plan Provides Fodder for Campaigns: Presidential hopefuls Sens. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., and
John McCain, R-Ariz., have raised the idea of suspending the federal gas tax for the summer. A tax policy
expert explains whether a gas tax holiday is politically or economically feasible.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           NBRT 028032
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 4/29/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; "Meet the Buffetts"-Howard Buffett; There's High Interest In
Interest Rates; President Bush Calls on Congress To Rescue The Economy; "Of Mutual Interest," -John
Waggoner, Mutual Fund Columnist, "USA Today."




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NOWD 000416
Series Title: NOW on PBS               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 4/18/2008 8:30 PM/502               Service: PBS
Health care costs in Pennsylvania are 11 percent higher than the national average and rising twice as fast as the
average wage. The state legislature is debating a plan backed by Governor Ed Rendell to provide benefits to
hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians, but there's disagreement over who's going to foot the bill. This week
NOW gets insight on the problem and its proposed solution from a wide range of Pennsylvanians, including
small business owners, legislators, a suburban family, and a packaged dessert company headquartered in
Philadelphia that employs over 800 people. But the problem is bigger than Pennsylvania. With 47 million
Americans uninsured and so many feeling the pinch of soaring coverage costs, can this Philadelphia experiment
make a difference in the national crisis?

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           RCUY 000000
Series Title: Return of the Cuyahoga; The              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/20/2008 3:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS           Format: Demonstration/Instructional
On June 22, 1969, the polluted Cuyahoga River caught fire. The river didn’t burn just in Cleveland -- it burned
in the nation’s imagination. The country was beginning to pay attention to what was happening to its natural
resources. The fire started a chain of events that hasn’t stopped yet. These include the Clean Water Act, the
Clean Air Act, Earth Day, the creation of environmental protection agencies at the federal and state levels and a
rapidly growing consciousness in America about the environment. The Cuyahoga is America’s best example yet
of a watery success story. The dead river came clean -- and back to life again.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001378
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/18/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter weighs in on next week's Democratic primary in his state. Los Angeles
Times columnist Steve Lopez, author of "The Soloist," discusses how a homeless violinist helped him find his
passion.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001381
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/23/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Philadelphia Daily News' senior writer, Dave Davies, discusses the mudslinging in the run-up to tomorrow's
Democratic presidential primary in Pennsylvania. Musician and Eurythmics co-founder Dave Stewart explains
why his business card says that he's a change agent.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001382
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/24/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Alabama governor Don Siegelman, who was recently released from prison, argues that the Justice
Department is being used as a political tool. Journalist and author of "A Crime So Monstrous," E. Benjamin
Skinner, says there are more slaves in the world today than at any point in human history.



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Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001383
Series Title: Tavis Smiley                 Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/25/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Newsweek senior editor Jonathan Alter analyzes Sen. Clinton's victory in the Pennsylvania Democratic
primary. Tony- and Oscar-winning actress Judi Dench, star of the Masterpiece Classic miniseries Cranford,
discusses what Shakespeare's work means to her career.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001384
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 4/26/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Pioneering talk show host and "Body of War" executive producer Phil Donahue, explains how the politics of
fear led the U.S. into the Iraq war and keeps Americans complicit. He also talks about the personal pain of the
war we don't see.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           WWIR 004742
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30              Airdate: 4/18/2008 8:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS
Pennsylvania, the pope, and the death penalty, this week on "Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL)
said, "During the course of the last few days, she's said I'm elitist, out of touch, condescending." Sen. Hillary
Clinton (D-NY) said, "What we have to do as Democrats is make sure we get enough votes to win in
November." The fur is flying. Sen. Obama said, "You just got to kind of let it - you know." The Pennsylvania
primary is days away and the stakes are crystal clear. What does each candidate have to do? And will Sen. John
McCain (R-AZ) benefit from Democratic infighting? He said, "They're going to raise your taxes by thousands
of dollars a year and they have the audacity to hope you don't mind." A man who knows a thing or two about
hope did make it to the White House this week - Pope Benedict XVI. He said to the crowd, "God bless
America." He's praying for U.S. Catholics, plus the Supreme Court weighs in on a critical death penalty case.
Covering these stories, John Harwood of CNBC and the New York Times, David Shribman of the Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette, Michael Duffy of Time magazine, and Joan Biskupic of USA Today.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           WWIR 004743
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/25/2008 8:00 PM/502                Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Did she win or did he lose? The metrics of victory. Plus, Petraeus' promotion, this week on "Washington
Week." Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "The American people don't quit and they deserve a president who
doesn't quit either." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Now it's up to you, Indiana. You can decide."
Pennsylvania decided exactly nothing. But what did it tell us? Who voted? Who didn't? What worked? What
backfired? Who has the cash to continue and what might yet come back to haunt the frontrunner? And while the
Democrats attack each other, the Republican stiff arms his friend, the president, on Katrina. Sen. John McCain
(R-AZ) said, "Never again will a disaster of this nature be handled in the terrible and disgraceful way that it was
handled. Never again." General David Petraeus moves up and out. Plus, the latest on Syria's secret nuclear
ambitions. Covering the week: Gloria Borger of CNN and U.S. News, John Dickerson of Stale Magazine,
Jeanne Cummings of Politico, and Martha Raddatz of ABC News.




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Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:            AMEX 000701
Series Title: American Experience | FDR
Episode Title: The Center of the World/Fear Itself             Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 120         Airdate: 6/2/2008 9:00 PM                  Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
"The Center of the World" explores Roosevelt's family background and education, looking for clues to the
coddled rich child's ascent to political success. It follows him from his very first run for political office as New
York state senator through his years in Washington as assistant secretary of the navy, as he pursues the highest
office in the land. This segment also tells the story of FDR's courtship of his distant cousin, Eleanor Roosevelt,
and their troubled marriage, including FDR's affair with Eleanor's social secretary, Lucy Mercer. The affair,
which nearly ended the marriage, encouraged Eleanor to embrace a life of her own and become politically
active. The second segment, "Fear Itself," begins with Roosevelt's bout with polio at age 39 and follows his
relentless struggle to rehabilitate his body and his seemingly moribund political career, and to teach himself to
appear to walk. The section also paints a portrait of Eleanor Roosevelt as she makes a life of her own,
developing her own political skills while keeping her husband's name before the public through her involvement
in reform causes. A remarkable sequence of events leads FDR back from despair to win his party's nomination
as president of the United States. Catapulted into the White House, a man who could not walk begins to lead a
country crippled by the Great Depression.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           AMEX 000702
Series Title: American Experience | FDR
Episode Title: The Grandest Job in the World/The Juggler               Version: SD-Base
Length: 150         Airdate: 5/19/2008 9:00 PM/502             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
The first segment, "The Grandest Job in the World," focuses on the first two terms of Roosevelt's presidency
and explores the central paradox of his presidency: that a man of privilege came to be a hero to a vast and varied
coalition of ordinary Americans and a villain to members of his own social class. The episode moves inside the
Oval Office to show FDR's response to the massive problems posed by the Great Depression, and out to the
heartland to document how his programs and personal style - ebullient, risk-taking and surprisingly cunning -
restored hope to Americans who had lost hope. This section also looks at how FDR engineered the "splendid
deception" that hid the extent of his physical disability from the American people and how his relationship with
his wife affected both his personal and political life. The last section, "The Juggler," is devoted to the wartime
years, using FDR's remarkable correspondence with Winston Churchill to chart the calculated and even devious
path by which the American president maneuvered support for England before he led his country through the
greatest war in history. This segment also traces FDR's management of the war, including his growing personal
ties to Churchill and his relationship with Stalin and the Soviet Union, and explores Eleanor's attempt to
convince him to maintain the principles of the New Deal, despite the pressures of war.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:            AMEX 002009
Series Title: American Experience | George H.W. Bush                     Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 120         Airdate: 5/5/2008 9:00 PM                  Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
The latest in a series of critically-acclaimed presidential portraits, this biography examines the life and career of
our 41st president, from his service in World War II and early career in Texas to his days in the Oval Office.
Drawing upon personal diaries and interviews with his advisors and critics, the film will also explore Bush's
role as the patriarch of a political family whose influence is unequaled in modern American life. Part 1 of 2.




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Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:            AMEX 002010
Series Title: American Experience | George H.W. Bush                     Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 90          Airdate: 5/6/2008 9:00 PM/502              Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
The latest in a series of critically-acclaimed presidential portraits, this biography examines the life and career of
our 41st president, from his service in World War II and early career in Texas to his days in the Oval Office.
Drawing upon personal diaries and interviews with his advisors and critics, the film will also explore Bush's
role as the patriarch of a political family whose influence is unequaled in modern American life. Part 2 of 2.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           BMJL 001204
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal               Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/3/2008 2:00 AM/500                   Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Bill Moyers on Reverend Jeremiah Wright: Bill Moyers reflects on his interview with Reverend Jeremiah
Wright; Christopher Cerf and Victor Navasky: Victor Navasky and Christopher Cerf's new book MISSION
ACCOMPLISHED looks back at what the experts told us would happen in Iraq; Kathleen Hall Jamieson: Our
political analyst returns to take stock of the never-ending primary season.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          BMJL 001205
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/10/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Nurses Standing Tough -- The California Nurses Association: The California Nurses Association proposes
"CheneyCare" for what ails America; Philippe Sands author of "Torture Team:" International lawyer and law
professor Philippe Sands, author of "Torture Team," talks about the approval of coercive interrogation by high-
level American officials.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014091
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/5/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Yahoo and Microsoft with Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times and Michael
Arrington of TechCrunch.com. Yahoo's shares plunged 20% in early trade in New York after software giant
Microsoft scrapped its three-month-old bid to buy the internet firm. Then, a preview of the North Carolina and
Indiana primaries with Chuck Todd, political analyst and author, and political director and on-air analyst for
NBC News. Finally, a conversation with actor Patrick Stewart about his role in "Macbeth."

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         COSE 014092
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/6/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Live coverage of the North Carolina and Indiana primaries with Al Hunt, Gwen Ifill, Charlie Cook, Doris
Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin and Bob Herbert.




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Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         COSE 014094
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 5/8/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS     Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with Bill Moyers host of "Bill Moyers Journal."

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014095
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 5/9/2008 11:30 PM/503         Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Ambassador Susan C. Schwab, United States Trade Representative. Then, a
conversation with authors Bernard-Henri Levy & Umberto Eco.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014097
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/13/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with John Harwood and Jerry Seib about their book "Pennsylvania Avenue: Profiles In
Backroom Power." Then, a conversation with author Jonathan Zittrain about his book "The Future of the
Internet and How to Stop It."

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014099
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/15/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with American scholar and political commentator, Robert Kagan about his book, "The
Return of History and the End of Dreams." Then, a conversation with author Parag Khanna about his book "The
Second World: Empires and Influence in the New Global Order."

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009119
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:14:54
New Policy Urges Soldiers to Seek Mental Health Care: In a bid to encourage veterans to get needed
counseling, the Pentagon said Thursday that most military and civilian employees will no longer be required to
disclose mental health treatment when applying for government jobs. Experts examine the impact of the new
rule.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009120
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:08:37
Growing Hunger in Malawi Stirs Food Aid Debate: Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the debate over the benefits
of providing cash or crops to recipient nations. He also looks into the growing effects of domestic farm law on
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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009120
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:03
Report: Federal Program Fails to Improve Reading Skills: An Education Department report disclosed the
ineffectiveness of No Child Left Behind's $6 billion student reading program. State education officials Douglas
Christensen of Nebraska and Michele Goady of Maryland debate Reading First's merits.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009121
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 5/5/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:15:18
Democratic Fight Heads into Critical N.C., Ind. Contests: Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton made their
final pitches to voters in Indiana and North Carolina, looking for support ahead of Tuesday's primary contests.
Two correspondents fresh off the campaign trail discuss whether these two states can change the dynamics of
the Democratic race.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009122
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60            Airdate: 5/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:14
Boeing, Northrop Grumman Clash Over Tanker Contract: Aircraft companies Boeing and Northrop Grumman
are locked in a battle for an air tanker contract from the U.S. Air Force. The fight has stretched from courtrooms
to Capitol Hill, as legislators representing the companies' respective districts join the fray.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009123
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 5/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:16:55
Pressure Grows on Clinton, Obama Claims Momentum: Barack Obama easily won the North Carolina primary
Tuesday, while Hillary Clinton narrowly won in Indiana -- leading to fresh speculation as to whether the
nominating battle may be nearing an end. Mark Shields and David Brooks weigh the road ahead for the
Democrats.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009124
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60          Airdate: 5/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:13:23
Legislative Bid to Buoy Slumping U.S. Housing Sector Meets Debate: Amid a continuing U.S. economic
downturn, Capitol Hill lawmakers have been debating how to effectively provide relief for the housing crisis.
Two members of Congress discuss their positions on the housing bill and how to best revive a slumping housing
market.



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Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009125
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 5/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:16:15
Shields and Brooks Examine Impact of Epic Contest: After Sen. Barack Obama won handily in North
Carolina's primary and rival Sen. Hillary Clinton scored a narrow victory in Indiana, many pundits called for
Clinton to exit the race and bring the Democratic battle to a close. Mark Shields and David Brooks analyze the
state of the race and the rest of the week's news.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009126
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 5/12/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:06:24
West Virginia Democrats Prepare For Tuesday Vote: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has
campaigned hard in West Virginia in anticipation of that state's Tuesday primary, while front-runner Barack
Obama has shifted focus to the larger Kentucky and Oregon contests.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009128
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 5/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:15:55
Democratic Race Nearing a Turning Point: After trading wins in Democratic primary contests, the race
continues between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama for the party's nomination, while GOP Sen. John
McCain works to mount a fresh general election strategy. A panel of experts examines the dynamics of the
presidential race and weighs the candidates' next moves.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009129
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:06:14
Funding Bill for Iraq, Afghan Wars Stalls in the House: The latest infusion of funds for U.S. forces fighting in
Iraq and Afghanistan has been delayed by debate in the House of Representatives. Kwame Holman looks at
debate and examines what it will mean for troops on the ground.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028034
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 5/1/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; ExxonMobil's Stock Slides Despite $11B Profit; As Fuel Prices
Rise Passenger Frustrations Take Off; "Meet the Buffetts" - Peter Buffett, The Youngest Buffett;
"Commentary"-The Political Climate And The Environment.




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028038
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 5/7/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil's Record Run Continues; The House Works On Building A
Bill To Resolve The Housing Crisis; "A Tale of Five Cities"-Southeast Michigan; "Street Critique"-Hilary
Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech Research and Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-
How Best To Buy In This Housing Market.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           NOWD 000418
Series Title: NOW on PBS               Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 5/2/2008 8:30 PM/502                  Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Few predicted how competitive the race for President would be at this point, and no one knows how it will all
turn out, but some insiders have the advantage of their own experience to provide a seasoned perspective. David
Brancaccio shares a table with outspoken former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown and former McCain
strategist Dan Schnur for an insider's look at what may happen next, and what the candidates each must do to
win.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001391
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/7/2008 12:30 AM/500                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Iraq commander Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, author of "Wiser in Battle," says there are lessons the U.S.
has yet to learn politically from the war in Iraq. Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall explains how being adopted has
impacted her music and gives a special performance.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001392
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/8/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
John Dean and Barry Goldwater, Jr., co-authors of "Pure Goldwater," share what they believe Sen. Goldwater's
thoughts would be on the GOP and its presumptive presidential nominee John McCain. Actress Famke Janssen
explains how she learned to shoot pool for her role in the new movie "Turn the River."

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001393
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/9/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Nobel laureate and former president Jimmy Carter shares his thoughts on what will happen to the Democratic
Party after the nominee is chosen and recounts stories from his new book, "A Remarkable Mother."




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001394
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/10/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Environmental activist Majora Carter discusses whether the presidential candidates are addressing issues that
are important to inner-city America. Oscar-winning actress Helen Hunt talks about her film directing debut in
"Then She Found Me" and why the film took ten years to make.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001396
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 5/14/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid comments on when he thinks the Democratic Party will have a nominee.
"Back to You" star Kelsey Grammer discusses the challenge of getting the audience to accept his new role after
two decades of playing Dr. Frasier Crane.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001397
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base                Length: 30
Airdate: 5/15/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Journalist and TV host Bill Moyers reflects on the role his interview with Rev. Wright played in the public's
view of the Chicago pastor. Philosopher Susan Neiman explains the title of her new book, "Moral Clarity," and
why Sen. Obama is the embodiment of grown-up idealism.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          WWIR 004744
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/2/2008 8:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The Democratic race tightens. Which voters and what issues could decide it all, this week on "Washington
Week." At the top of the heap, the economy: Pres. George W. Bush said, "I will tell you that these are very
difficult economic times - very difficult." Jobs lost, gas prices soaring and another interest rate cut. What will or
can the president or the candidates do about it all? Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) proposed, "Just for the summer,
why don't we give the American people a little break?" The candidates spar about solutions and the Democratic
frontrunner Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) tries to shake off the Jeremiah Wright controversy. He said, "It
contradicts everything that I'm about and who I am." Surrogates play their part. Former Democratic Party leader
Joe Andrew said, "I'm announcing that I'm going to support Senator Barack Obama for president of the United
States of America." Gov. Mike Easley said about Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY), "This lady right here makes
Rocky Balboa look like a pansy." But can Hillary Clinton still win? She said, "I sometimes feel like the
Goldilocks of this campaign." Plus the Supreme Court weighs in on a critical Indiana voting case. Covering the
week: David Wessel of the Wall Street Journal, Charles Babington of the Associated Press, John Harwood of
CNBC and the New York Times, and Pete Williams of NBC News.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          WWIR 004745
Series Title: Washington Week               Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/9/2008 8:00 PM/502               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Another big week in politics. What happens next? We're here in Philadelphia to talk about it all, this week on
"Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) won big in North Carolina. He said, "Thank you, North


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Carolina." While Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) barely won in Indiana. She said, "Thank you, Indiana. Thank
you." Is this thing over? Not so says Clinton. She also said, "This is a dynamic, electoral environment." But
Obama is sounding like a party nominee. He said, "We stand less than 200 delegates away from securing the
Democratic nomination for president of the United States." Democrats at the crossroads, with all eyes on
superdelegates, African Americans, working class white voters, and the future of the fractured party. What
worked this week and what didn't? We look at the state of the race tonight with Dan Balz of the Washington
Post, Jeanne Cummings of Politico, Karen Tumulty of Time magazine, and Michael Viqueira of NBC news.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           AMEX 001001
Series Title: American Experience | Truman           Version: SD-Base              Length: 150
Airdate: 5/25/2008 9:30 PM/502                Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
He was a farmer, a businessman gone bankrupt, an unknown politician from Missouri who suddenly found
himself president. Of all the men who had held the highest office, Harry Truman was the least prepared. But he
would prove to be a surprise. The first night of "Truman" recounts his early struggles and failures as a young
adult, and his undying determination to have an accomplishment to call his own. Truman's success as an army
captain during World War I gave him the confidence to marry his lifelong sweetheart, Bess, and begin his path
into the world of politics. When he landed the vice presidency with FDR in 1944, he had no idea that his world
was about to change forever.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           AMEX 001002
Series Title: American Experience | Truman             Version: SD-Base              Length: 120
Airdate: 5/26/2008 9:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
After Harry Truman's unlikely rise to the presidency, he would face some of the biggest crises of the century.
Truman would end the war with Germany; use the atomic bomb against Japan; confront an expanding Soviet
Union; and wage war in Korea -- all while the woman he adored, his wife Bess, refused to stay in the White
House and play the role of First Lady. On the homefront, Truman was the first president to tackle civil rights
issues for blacks -- a move that would prove controversial when campaigning for his second term. His
unpredictable win over Thomas Dewey in the presidential elections of 1948 proved to Truman that he had
finally separated himself from FDR's shadow. However, his second term brought another war and battles with
Congress to pass health care and civil rights legislation. Exhausted after his second term, Truman relinquished
the presidency and retired to Independence, Missouri, where he lived as a popular and well-loved citizen. In
later years, he would receive recognition for all his accomplishments and come to be admired as a gritty
American original.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           BMJL 001206
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 5/17/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Christopher Edley and Maria Echaveste: Berkeley law professors, and husband and wife, Christopher Edley and
Maria Echaveste on their different choices for the Democratic nominee; Melody Petersen: Melody Petersen
talks with Bill Moyers about her new book "Our Daily Meds," and how drug companies market medication.




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           BMJL 001207
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/24/2008 2:00:00 AM/500              Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
EXPOSÉ on the JOURNAL - Chemicals in Our Food: There may be a potentially dangerous chemical leaching
into our food from the containers that we use every day. THE JOURNAL and EXPOSÉ examine why, even
though studies show that the chemical Bisphenol A can cause cancer and other health problems in lab animals,
the manufacturers, their lobbyists, and U.S. regulators say it's safe; Help Wanted: A Bill Moyers essay on the
administration's record of resignations; Jeffrey Toobin: One of the most recognized legal journalists in the
country, discusses what the Supreme Court might look like after the 2008 election; Memorial Day: A Bill
Moyers essay on honoring our veterans this Memorial Day.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:            BMJL 001208
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal             Version: SD-Short               Length: 60
Airdate: 5/31/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Body of War: Enter the story of Iraq war veteran Tomas Young who was shot and paralyzed less than a week
into his tour of duty. Three years in the making, "Body of War" tells the poignant tale of the young man's
journey from joining the service after 9/11 to fight in Afghanistan, to living with devastating wounds after being
deployed to Iraq instead; Phil Donahue and Ellen Spiro: Bill Moyers interviews former talk show host Phil
Donahue and Ellen Spiro on the true cost of war and their documentary, "Body of War."

Category:        National Politics/Government
NOLA:            COSE 014102
Series Title: Charlie Rose             Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 5/20/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a report on Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy, recently diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Then, a
conversation with Jeff Zucker, President and CEO of NBC Universal.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014103
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/21/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Sandy Weill, Chairman Emeritus, Citigroup Inc. Then, a conversation with Kurt
Andersen, American novelist who is currently a columnist for New York Magazine ("The Imperial City"), and
host of the Peabody-winning public radio program Studio 360.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:            COSE 014104
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/22/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the HBO film "Recount" with Kevin Spacey, Jeffrey Toobin, Senior Legal Analyst at
CNN and David Boies. Then, a conversation with author Garry Wills about his latest book "What the Gospels
Mean." Finally, an appreciation of Hamilton Jordan, who died on May 20, 2008 from mesothelioma. He was an
American political advisor and strategist best known as Chief of Staff to President of the United States Jimmy
Carter.




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          COSE 014106
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 5/26/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with Ted Sorensen, Author and Former Aide to President Kennedy.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014110
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/30/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with U.S. Army Col. H.R. McMaster about Iraq. Then, a conversation with author Philip
Bobbitt about his book "Terror and Consent."

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           FROW 000704
Series Title: Frontline/World         Episode Title: Crimes at the Border           Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/27/2008 10:00 PM/501          Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
In a joint project with The New York Times, FRONTLINE/World correspondent Lowell Bergman investigates
the business of human smuggling across the busy ports of entry between Mexico and the United States. In
Tijuana, masses of people attempt to cross illegally every day with the help of increasingly organized and
expensive smugglers. Bergman explores the region to find that this illicit but lucrative business is expanding,
and U.S. border agents are subject to an increased risk of corruption. He follows the dramatic story of one such
corrupt U.S. border guard, the risky business he became involved in, and what the U.S. government is doing
about the problem.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009130
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:06:19
Obama-Bush Tussle, GOP Losses Top Campaign Headlines: Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack
Obama takes issue with President Bush's perceived criticism of his foreign policy positions, while the GOP lost
a House seat in Mississippi, following other losses in Louisiana and Illinois.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009131
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:16:55
Demographic, Cultural Dividing Lines Complicate '08 Race: Political analysis of the presidential race this year
has focused on voter divisions along race and gender lines. But some analysts think that other cultural dividing
lines are even more important. Three political analysts examine newly emerging voter alliances.




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Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009132
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60          Airdate: 5/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:07:09
Kennedy May Face Lengthy Treatment for Brain Tumor: Sen. Edward Kennedy was diagnosed with a
malignant brain tumor, his doctors said Tuesday. Malignant gliomas, like Kennedy's, are the most common type
of adult brain cancers, inflicting some 9,000 Americans a year. A medical expert discusses treatment for brain
tumors.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009133
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 5/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:04:10
Obama, Clinton Set Sights on Florida: Following Tuesday's Democratic nominating contests in Oregon and
Kentucky, Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton headed for Florida, a key general election state embroiled
in a dispute over its renegade primary.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:37
Clinton's Run Triggers Debate Over Gender Bias: Sen. Hillary Clinton spoke frankly this week about the
sexism she feels she has faced on the campaign trail as she competes with Sen. Barack Obama for the
Democratic nomination. Two columnists weigh the role of gender in politics and how the media has handled the
issue.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009135
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60              Airdate: 5/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:07:22
Obama Courts Florida Voters, McCain Gets Clean Bill of Health: Sen. Barack Obama travels through Florida
and Sen. John McCain is given a clean bill of health and releases his medical records. Kwame Holman reports
on recent developments on the presidential campaign trail.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009136
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:05:04
Candidates, President Praise Veterans on Memorial Day: The presidential candidates celebrated Memorial Day
by praising veterans and focusing on their concerns, while President Bush spoke to military families at
Arlington National Cemetery.




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Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009137
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 5/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:31
FDA's Approval of Cloned Beef for Human Consumption Ignites Debate: The Food and Drug Administration
recently approved meat and milk from cloned cows as safe for human consumption. However, some observers
believe the FDA's decision was hasty and more study of the issue is needed. Tom Bearden reports on the
controversy.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009138
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:13:21
Democrats Seek to Solve Impasse Over FL, MI: The Democratic Party's Rules and Bylaws Committee meets on
May 31 in an effort to resolve an impasse over how votes from Michigan and Florida's renegade primaries
should be factored into the nominating battle between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Two committee
members preview the meeting.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009139
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:05:32
McClellan's Account of White House Sparks Uproar: Former White House press spokesman Scott McClellan
released a book giving his take on the policies and practices of the White House, leading to stormy reactions
from some current and retired staff.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009140
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:40
Democrats Face Turning Point in FL, MI Delegate Debate: On Saturday, the Democratic rules committee will
meet to decide the fate of the delegates chosen in renegade primaries in Michigan and Florida -- a critical
moment in the race between Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Mark Shields and David Brooks examine
the Democratic race.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028045
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 5/16/2008 6:30 PM/500         Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; New Home Sales Are Up But That's Not Necessarily A Good
Thing; "Green Options: Fuel"-Under the Sea; "Market Monitor"-Chris Davis, Portfolio Manager of the Davis
Selected American Shares; "Economic Choices 2008"-- John McCain's Economic Advisor Explains The
Candidate's Energy Plans And Policies; "Last Word"-National Bike To Work Day.



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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028048
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/21/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Reaches A Crude New Record High; The Energy Crisis
Fuels A Grilling On Capitol Hill; "Pain at the Pump"-Impact on Small Businesses; "Street Critique" -Hilary
Kramer, Chief Market Strategist at Greentech Research and Author of "Ahead of the Curve;" "Money File"-
Price Panic.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001401
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base          Length: 30
Airdate: 5/21/2008 12:30:00 AM/500          Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Arkansas governor and GOP presidential contender Mike Huckabee explains his recent remarks about
Sen. Obama that have come under fire. Legendary singer Donna Summer discusses her early years as a
performer in Germany.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001402
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/22/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Newsweek International's Fareed Zakaria explains the title of his latest book, "The Post-American World."
Filmmaker Jay Roach reflects on the making of "Recount," the HBO movie about Florida's vote in the 2000
presidential election.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001403
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/23/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page explains the significance of Sen. Obama's lead in pledged
delegates and describes the mood on the Hill after the news of Sen. Kennedy's health challenge. Grammy-
nominated singer Josh Groban discovers what he and Tavis have in common.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001405
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base          Length: 30
Airdate: 5/27/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Syndicated columnist and "Right is Wrong" author Arianna Huffington compares the right and left "lunatic
fringes." Eric McCormack, star of A&E's "The Andromeda Strain," discusses his advocacy for cancer research.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001406
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/28/2008 12:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Iraq commander Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, author of "Wiser in Battle," says there are lessons the U.S.
has yet to learn politically from the war in Iraq. Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall explains how being adopted has
impacted her music and gives a special performance.



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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001410
Series Title: Tavis Smiley                    Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/3/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Pioneering talk show host and "Body of War" executive producer Phil Donahue, explains how the politics of
fear led the U.S. into the Iraq war and keeps Americans complicit. He also talks about the personal pain of the
war we don't see.

Category:        National Politics/Government
NOLA:             WWIR 004746
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/17/2008 1:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS           Format: News
Time for a reality check for Democrats and Republicans. A week of flash points, this week on "Washington
Week." Gauntlets thrown down everywhere, on foreign policy. Pres. George W. Bush said, "Some seem to
believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and radicals." Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said, "The president
is exactly right." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) replied, "That's exactly the kinds of appalling attack that's divided
our country and that alienates us from the world." On domestic politics - Sen. John Edwards (D-NC) said, "Join
me in helping send Barack Obama to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue." Sen. Hillary Clinton said, "I am more
determined than ever to carry on this campaign." And in Congress, where Republicans are in the dumps, Rep.
Tom Davis (R-VA) said, "The Republican brand name - if you were to put this on a dog food, the owners would
just take it off the shelf because nobody's buying it." The outlines of the general election come into focus.
Covering the week, James Barnes of National Journal, Jackie Calmes of the Wall Street Journal, Michael Duffy
of Time magazine, and Jeff Zeleny of the New York Times.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          WWIR 004747
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/23/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A trip through the trippy world of exit strategies, foreign policy maneuverings, and vice presidential speculation
this week on "Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "They're ready to turn the page and write a
new chapter in American history. And on June 3rd we are going to bring this nomination to a close." And
apparently not one minute before. Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "I'm going to keep making our case until
we have a nominee, whoever she may be." But what's really going on. Is Hillary Clinton actually competing?
Can Barack Obama afford to wait to claim the nomination? And on the Republican side, is Sen. John McCain
(R-AZ) simply moving on without him especially on foreign policy? McCain said, "Senator Obama has little or
no experience on these issues." And Washington's revolving doors. Do lobbyists matter? Covering the week,
Dan Balz of the Washington Post, Karen Tumulty of Time Magazine, Tom Gjelten of National Public Radio,
and Eamon Javers of Politico.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           WWIR 004748
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Short               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/30/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
McClellan, McCain, Michigan, and Florida - the shifting political landscape this week on "Washington Week."
Tying up loose ends. Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "Let's make sure your delegates are seated." Democrats
meet this weekend to try to settle their long-running fight. But their likely nominee is already moving on, taking
political aim at John McCain. Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Senator McCain doesn't want to be seen hat in
hand with the president whose failed policy he promises to continue for another four years." Sen. John McCain


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(R-AZ), however, says it's Obama who is the riskier choice. He said, "My friends, this is about - this is about
leadership and learning." And a surprise publishing bombshell offers it's own cautionary tale. Martha Raddatz
said, "This is the most loyal White House. That is what this White House is famous for. This incredible
loyalty." Scott McClellan said, "No one questioned my loyalty to the president when I was there." They're
asking questions now. But more about the formerly loyal aide than about what his book actually says. We
explore why. Covering the week, John Dickerson of Slate magazine, John Harwood of CNBC and the New
York Times, and Martha Raddatz of ABC News.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           BMJL 001209
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal              Version: SD-Short            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/7/2008 2:00 AM/500                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
There’s nothing new in Scott McClellan’s book about the propaganda campaign or the role of the press in
selling the war, so why is it such big news? Journalists Jonathan Landay and John Walcott of McClatchy
newspapers and Greg Mitchell of EDITOR & PUBLISHER examine the performance of the press in the lead up
to the war, the reaction of the administration and the media to McClellan’s book, and how the press is handling
other important stories today. Also, as the contest between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for the
Democratic nomination comes to an end, Bill Moyers sits down with Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Ron Walters
to discuss how race and gender have played out in the presidential campaigns. A media analyst and recurring
JOURNAL guest, Kathleen Hall Jamieson is director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University
of Pennsylvania. Ron Walters is director of the African American Leadership Center at the University of
Maryland.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          COSE 014111
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 6/2/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with author Sir Lawrence Freedman and author and former Mideast negotiator Aaron David
Miller.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          COSE 014112
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 6/3/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS     Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with George Will, syndicated columnist for Newsweek about his book "One Man's America:
The Pleasures and Provocations of Our Singular Nation."

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014113
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/4/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, an update on the 2008 Election with Mark Halperin of Time, Al Hunt of Bloomberg News, Errol Louis of
New York Daily News and Connie Schultz, columnist for The Plain Dealer. Then, a conversation with Richard
Engel of NBC News about his book "War Journal: My Five Years in Iraq."




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Category:        National Politics/Government
NOLA:            COSE 014115
Series Title: Charlie Rose             Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/6/2008 11:30 PM/503                Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a report on Big Brown's pursuit of the Triple-Crown with Kent Desormeaux, Rick Dutrow and Michael
Iavarone. Then, a conversation with Tony Judt, leading expert on Europe and a professor at New York
University.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          COSE 014120
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/13/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
An appreciation of Tim Russert with fellow journalist and friend Al Hunt. Russert died of an apparent heart
attack on June 13, 2008.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009141
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short            Length: 60            Airdate: 6/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:14:48
Hard-Fought Democratic Race Nears the Finish Line: The last remaining states to vote in the Democratic
nominating race, Montana and South Dakota, head to the polls Tuesday -- and all eyes are on Sens. Hillary
Clinton and Barack Obama as the epic race nears a close. Political reporters discuss the candidates' next moves.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009142
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short             Length: 60            Airdate: 6/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:03:29
As Final States Hold Primaries, Focus Intensifies on Super Delegates: Neither Sen. Hillary Clinton nor Sen.
Barack Obama held public appearances Tuesday, the last day of primaries, shifting the electoral focus to
uncommitted super delegates on Capitol Hill.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009143
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short              Length: 60          Airdate: 6/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:05:04
Obama Claims Victory, Clinton Weighs Next Moves: After a long primary race, Sen. Barack Obama is
beginning his first days as the presumptive Democratic nominee as Sen. Hillary Clinton is weighing her next
moves.




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009144
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short             Length: 60           Airdate: 6/5/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:06:38
Top Air Force Officials Ousted After Series of Missteps: Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates asked for the
resignations Thursday of two senior Air Force leaders, a civilian official and the highest-ranking general. The
move came in response to mishandling of nuclear delivery vehicle parts and a nuclear armed B-52 flight over
the continental U.S.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009145
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short               Length: 60            Airdate: 6/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:03:33
Obama Looks to Turn Virginia into Blue State: With Sen. Barack Obama's focus concentrated on Virginia early
in the general election, many wonder if 2008 will be a year of new battleground states. Kwame Holman reports
on the effort to get Virginia to back a Democrat for president for the first time in 44 years.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:            MLNH 009146
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60              Airdate: 6/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:11:18
McCain, Obama Aim to Redraw Electoral Map: Presumptive presidential candidates Sen. John McCain and
Sen. Barack Obama both claim that they can redraw the electoral map this year by courting voters from the
other party's traditional base. Political analysts Stuart Rothenberg and Amy Walter discuss the 2008 electoral
map.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009147
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60          Airdate: 6/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:14:27
McCain and Obama Trade Jabs Over Economic Strategies: Presumptive presidential candidates Sens. Barack
Obama and John McCain offered contrasting approaches to mend a sluggish economy this week, with Obama
emphasizing an active government role in providing assistance and McCain calling for lower taxes and
spending cuts.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009149
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/12/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:13:27
U.S. Election Grabs Intense Interest Overseas: The 2008 presidential election has sparked the world's attention,
with some looking ahead to possible foreign policy shifts under a new administration, a new poll shows.
Reporters from international media outlets gauge foreign reaction to the historic race.



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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009150
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 6/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:06:47
Iraq, U.S. Deadlocked Over Long-term Security Deal: Iraq and the United States are negotiating terms for a
continued U.S. presence there once a U.N. mandate expires at the end of 2008, but quarrels over troop levels
have led to an impasse. A reporter outlines the ongoing negotiations, which have become contentious.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028059
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/5/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Credit Rating Agencies Get An Overhaul; Lawmakers Gun For
Bear in the Bear Stearns Bail Out; Honeywell Aerospace CEO Robert Gillette Talks About Flying Amid The
Fuel Crisis; "Green Options"-Recycling And Reusing Soybean Oil; "Commentary"-Capital Costs.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028064
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/12/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Yahoo!/Google Connection; Lehman Brothers Rebuilds
With Top Management Shake Ups; "Economic Choices '2008"-Dan Tarullo, Shares Sen. Barack Obama's
Economic Strategy; Help Wanted--Teens to Fill Summer Jobs; "Bill of Health"-Self Service in the ER.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           NOWD 000423
Series Title: NOW on PBS                       Version: SD-Short            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/6/2008 8:30 PM/502                  Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
NOW's David Brancaccio talks with the former head of U.S. Central Command, Admiral William J. Fallon,
who resigned in March after a year of duty. Fallon was considered to be at odds with the Bush Administration's
Middle East policy toward Iran. The former commander of U.S. military forces in the Middle East and Central
Asia, Fallon was portrayed in Esquire magazine as the man in the military preventing the administration from
going to war with Iran. Fallon thought his profile was twisted into a personal attack on President Bush. Esquire
stood by the story. Also, political columnist and "The Uprising" author David Sirota talks about the populist
movement spreading through the country. Can organizations that operate at the grassroots level create real
political change?

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001411
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/4/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
DNC Rules Committee member and advisor to Sen. Clinton, Harold Ickes, describes what he sees as a possible
course of action for his candidate and when he feels she will make her final decision about the nomination.
Emmy-winning actress Betty White explains how she came to love animals as a child.




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Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001412
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/5/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Bertie Bowman, the longest-serving African American on the U.S. Capitol Hill staff, reflects on how he was
able to keep friendships with senators who were staunch segregation proponents.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001414
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/7/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former National Security Advisor Richard Clarke describes the impact political appointees in government posts
have on America's security. "The Best Game Ever" author Mark Bowden discusses the role racial
discrimination played in the NFL in the early days.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001418
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/13/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Virginia's Sen. Jim Webb, rumored to be on the Democratic VP list, explains how the "two Americas" paradigm
must be updated. "CSI: Miami" star Emily Procter talks about the division in her large family between Sens.
McCain and Obama for president.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001419
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/14/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
New York Gov. David Paterson, who is legally blind, describes how he manages public speeches without notes.
Seven-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette talks about putting together her latest CD
and trusting the process of making music.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001420
Series Title: Tavis Smiley              Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/17/2008 12:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Paul Rieckhoff, executive director and founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, explains the need
for a national call to better support our returning troops. Actor Hill Harper, who is on Sen. Obama's National
Finance Committee, discusses the general election campaign and his new book "Letters to a Young Sister:
Define Your Destiny."

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          WWIR 004749
Series Title: Washington Week               Version: SD-Short             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/6/2008 8:00 PM/502               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
History is made as the Democrats pick the nation's first African-American major party nominee, this week on
"Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Tonight we mark the end of one historic journey with
the beginning of another." Barack Obama and the art of the improbable. He also said, "I believe that when all of
us come together - black, white, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, young, old, men, women - there is no


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challenge we cannot meet, no destiny we cannot fulfill." But how tough will it be to come together? Sen.
Hillary Clinton's concession came in slow motion." She said, "I understand that a lot of people are asking,
"What does Hillary want? What does she want?" Well--" But other Democrats are scrambling to get onboard,
even as Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) hopes to scoop up some of the spoils of partisan war. He said, "I'll reach out
my hand to anyone, Republican or Democrat, who will help me change what needs to be changed." Eleven
weeks to go before the party conventions begin. We look back at the primary season and ahead to the McCain-
Obama battle royale, plus, today's big economic news, with Dan Balz of the Washington Post, Gloria Borger of
CNN and U.S. News and World Report, Michael Duffy of Time Magazine, and Jeff Zeleny of the New York
Times.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           WWIR 004750
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/13/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The Supreme Court rocks the house, and the candidates hurl rocks at each other, this week on Washington
Week. The Supreme Court rules that terror suspects at Guantanamo can challenge their detention in federal
court - a big decision with legal and political implications. Pres. George W. Bush responded, "We'll abide by
the court's decision. That doesn't mean I have to agree with it." Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) said, "It's a
vindication for those of us who argued from the beginning that it was unwise as well as unconstitutional." But
everything has political implications this year, as former Hillary Clinton backers switch sides. Standing beside
Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and his wife, Gov. Strickland said, "You're seeing here today in Columbus, Ohio,
the next president and the next first lady." And as the two candidates spar over everything from taxes to gas
prices, to presumed guilt by association. Obama said, "The centerpiece of John McCain's economic plan
amounts to a full-throated endorsement of George Bush's policy." And also this week, a remembrance of our
friend and colleague Tim Russert. Covering the week, Linda Greenhouse of the New York Times, Karen
Tumulty of Time magazine, Juliet Eilperin of the Washington Post, and David Wessel of the Wall Street
Journal.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           AMEX 001201
Series Title: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
Episode Title: ELEANOR ROOSEVELT                      Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 150         Airdate: 6/17/2008 1:00 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
She was the nation's conscience, a tireless advocate for the disadvantaged, a woman who influenced American
social policies for decades and pushed through the first international charter on human rights. Eleanor Roosevelt
survived a painful childhood and a difficult marriage to become one of the most admired women in America.
Going beyond her public achievements, this intimate biography explores the secretive and surprising private life
of a controversial American figure.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014123
Series Title: Charlie Rose              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 6/18/2008 11:30 PM/503                 Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with political strategist Ralph Reed. Then, a conversation with Academy Award winning
producer Walter Mirisch about his life, career and book, "I Thought We Were Making Movies, Not History."
Finally, a conversation with photographer Max Gerber about his book "My Heart vs. The Real World."




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009151
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 6/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:04:41
Obama, McCain Talk Economy, Iraq on the Campaign Trail: Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John
McCain hit the campaign trail yesterday to discuss their views on economic policy and Iraq. Kwame Holman
reports on the state of the campaign.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60              Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:04:58
Senate Panel Examines Origins of Interrogation Tactics: A Senate Armed Services Committee hearing Tuesday
examined the evolution of interrogation tactics developed for terrorist suspects and how they apply to U.S. law.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:14:10
McCain and Obama Tout Differing Energy Plans: Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are honing their
stances on climate and energy policy, focusing on issues like the federal gas tax and offshore drilling. Advisers
for each campaign examine the energy policy debate.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009154
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:11:06
Minority Leader Boehner Details War Funding Moves, Energy Policy Debate: Lawmakers met Thursday to
debate funding allocations for the Iraq and Afghan wars, while continuing to mull how to best address soaring
gas prices. House Minority Leader John Boehner explains GOP priorities in the House and how Congress has
handled its most pressing issues.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009155
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:12:11
Shields, Brooks Discuss Obama's Fundraising Shift, McCain's Energy Proposal: Tensions between the
presumptive presidential nominees escalated over Sen. Barack Obama's refusal of public funds and Sen. John
McCain's call to lift a ban on offshore drilling. Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the political news of the
week.




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          NBRT 028069
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS        Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Great Mortgage Fund Crackdown; Investment Strategists
Offer Their Outlook For Oil And Stocks; Rep. Barney Frank Explains the Building of the Mortgage Bailout
Bill; "Commentary"-Talking Up Innovative Inspiration; "Last Word"-Homemade Hybrid.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          TASM 001421
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/18/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan, who was the last one-on-one guest to appear on Meet the
Press, remembers Tim Russert. McClellan, author of "What Happened" - which put him in hot water with some
of his former colleagues - also explains the importance of seeking and uncovering the truth.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001422
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Energy journalist Robert Bryce analyzes the oil price and production rhetoric that the candidates have used on
the presidential campaign trail. Actor Sir Ben Kingsley describes what drew him to the character of Dr. Squires
in his new film "The Wackness."

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           WWIR 004751
Series Title: Washington Week                   Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 8:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Could this be the first half-billion-dollar election? Welcome to Atlanta, where we'll talk money, politics, and the
2008 campaign this week on "Washington Week." Al Gore said, "Take it from me, elections matter." Better late
than never. Al Gore joins the 2008 political fray just as Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) and Barack Obama (D-IL)
prepare to take each other on in earnest. McCain said, "I know I have to out-campaign my opponent in every
respect, and so I do not underestimate. I consider myself an underdog." Obama said, "When it comes to
education, Senator McCain, I believe, is out of touch with the situation of many hardworking Americans." Both
sides are getting in position for political hand-to-hand combat on foreign policy, the environment, and on which
one can create the most unbeatable general election organization. How are they doing? In Atlanta tonight, four
Washington Week regulars: Charles Babington of the Associated Press, Jean Cummings of Politico, John
Harwood of CNBC and the New York Times, and Doyle McManus of the Los Angeles Times.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          BMJL 001212
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/28/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Contemplating "Climate Security": Congress has been contemplating global warming in the form of the Climate
Security Act. Bill Moyers talks with Senator Barbara Boxer; EXPOSE on THE JOURNAL - Worker Safety:
EXPOSE and THE JOURNAL go inside America's poultry industry, which employs almost a quarter million
workers nationwide, to show the reality of working conditions and to investigate how official statistics showing



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a drop in workplace injuries may have been the result of deceptive reporting; Moyers on Big Oil: A Bill
Moyers' essay.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014127
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/24/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a preview of the film "Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson" with producer Graydon
Carter, director Alex Gibney and co-founder and publisher of Rolling Stone Jann Wenner. Then, a conversation
with Michael Mandelbaum, Christian A. Herter Professor and Director of the American Foreign Policy program
at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           COSE 014130
Series Title: Charlie Rose             Version: SD-Base          Length: 60
Airdate: 6/27/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS     Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama campaigning together with Paul Begala and Adam
Nagourney. Then, a conversation with Daniel Yergin, Chairman of Cambridge Energy Research Associate.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:            COSE 014131
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 6/30/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Pakistan with Aitzaz Ahsan, Mark Mazzetti and David Rohde. Then, a conversation
with author Salman Rushdie about his book, "The Enchantress of Florence."

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009156
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 6/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:04:33
Candidates Stump in Battleground Western States: Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain took shots at each
other over energy policy as they each toured Western states, hoping to drive home their message in what could
be new battlegrounds this campaign season.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          MLNH 009157
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 6/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:14:25
Obama Camp Seeks to Redefine Battlegrounds, Focus on Policy: With the general election now in full swing,
Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain are busy shaping their campaign strategies. David Axelrod, a top Obama
adviser, discusses how his team is approaching the trail.




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Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         MLNH 009159
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 6/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:07:39
In Landmark Ruling, Divided High Court Strikes Down Gun Ban: The Supreme Court rejected a District of
Columbia handgun ban in a 5-4 vote Thursday, the first time the court has issued a major ruling on gun rights.
Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal discusses the case.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009160
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60          Airdate: 6/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:08:14
Long Legislative Fight Led to Iraq War Funding Bill: In 2006, Democrats took over Congress with a promise to
bring U.S. troops home. Kwame Holman looks at what's happened since then and the legislative fight over a bill
to fund the Iraq and Afghan wars.

Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:           MLNH 009161
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                     Segment Length: 00:10:30
U.S. Lacked Clear Plan for Postwar Iraq, Army Report Says: The U.S. Army released a report Monday
outlining the problems that kept it from being able to stabilize Iraq after the U.S.-led invasion in March 2003.
Military experts discuss the report's findings.

Category:       National Politics/Government
NOLA:           TASM 001428
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Congressional Hispanic Caucus chair Rep. Joe Baca describes the rate of political progress within the Hispanic
community. "Sex and the City" and "Californication" star Evan Handler explains how he found faith and trust
while battling leukemia and a grim prognosis.

Category:     National Politics/Government
NOLA:         TASM 001429
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/28/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Jordanian foreign minister, Marwan Muasher, reflects on the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin. Author Ta-Nehisi Coates and his father Paul Coates discuss overcoming the struggle African
American men often have in dealing with their environment.




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Category:      National Politics/Government
NOLA:          WWIR 004752
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base                Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 8:00 PM/502                Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Landmark Supreme Court rulings, unity in New Hampshire, and a nuclear reversal; a lot to talk about this week
on "Washington Week." The Supreme Court ends its term with a bang, striking down a law that banned guns,
and yet another one that imposed the death penalty on child rapists. How could one court do two such different
things? We look at the end of the term. The Democrats kiss and make up. At a campaign event with Sen. Barack
Obama (D-IL), Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "We may have started on separate paths, but today our paths
have merged. Today, we are coming together for the same goal: to elect Barack Obama as the next President of
the United States." Obama responded to the cheering crowd, "She rocks. She rocks. That's the point I'm trying
to make." Or do they? What can Hillary Clinton do for Barack Obama? And what can he do for her? While
back at the White House, a change of heart on North Korea. Pres. George W. Bush said, "Multilateral
diplomacy is the best way to peacefully solve the nuclear issue with North Korea." The isolated nation no
longer considered a state sponsor of terrorism. Is it no longer a nuclear threat? Covering the week: Linda
Greenhouse of the New York Times, Pete Williams of NBC News, James Barnes of National Journal, and Peter
Baker of the New York Times.

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Category:       Nuclear Issues/WMD
NOLA:           MLNH 009108
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60             Airdate: 4/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:13:16
Iran's Role in Iraq, Nuclear Ambitions Cloud U.S. Policy: Six-nation talks over Iran's nuclear ambitions ended
Wednesday in stalemate, though President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said he was open to continued talks. Amid
allegations of an Iranian role in Iraqi violence, analysts consider the state of U.S.-Iranian relations.

Category:     Nuclear Issues/WMD
NOLA:         MLNH 009114
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60              Airdate: 4/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:07:33
CIA Presents New Evidence of Syria-N. Korea Nuclear Link: CIA officials briefed House and Senate members
Thursday on classified evidence, including a video, linking North Korea to a Syrian nuclear facility that Israel
bombed in September 2007. A reporter discusses the details of the emerging story.




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Category:       Nuclear Issues/WMD
NOLA:           MLNH 009115
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60            Airdate: 4/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:59
Analysts Mull N. Korea's Link to Syrian Nuclear Site: Following the CIA's release of information on Thursday
linking Syria's supposed nuclear reactor site to North Korean technology, analysts review the evidence and
discuss the future of relations between the U.S. and North Korea.

Category:       Nuclear Issues/WMD
NOLA:           WWIR 004743
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/25/2008 8:00 PM/502                Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Did she win or did he lose? The metrics of victory. Plus, Petraeus' promotion, this week on "Washington
Week." Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "The American people don't quit and they deserve a president who
doesn't quit either." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Now it's up to you, Indiana. You can decide."
Pennsylvania decided exactly nothing. But what did it tell us? Who voted? Who didn't? What worked? What
backfired? Who has the cash to continue and what might yet come back to haunt the frontrunner? And while the
Democrats attack each other, the Republican stiff arms his friend, the president, on Katrina. Sen. John McCain
(R-AZ) said, "Never again will a disaster of this nature be handled in the terrible and disgraceful way that it was
handled. Never again." General David Petraeus moves up and out. Plus, the latest on Syria's secret nuclear
ambitions. Covering the week: Gloria Borger of CNN and U.S. News, John Dickerson of Stale Magazine,
Jeanne Cummings of Politico, and Martha Raddatz of ABC News.

Category:     Nuclear Issues/WMD
NOLA:         MLNH 009137
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:12:13
IAEA Voices 'Serious Concern' on Iran's Nuclear Ability: The International Atomic Energy Agency released a
report Monday stating that Iran's suspected research into nuclear weapons remained "a matter of serious
concern." Analysts examine what actions the international community should take.

Category:      Nuclear Issues/WMD
NOLA:           MLNH 009144
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short                    Length: 60             Airdate: 6/5/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:06:38
Top Air Force Officials Ousted After Series of Missteps: Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates asked for the
resignations Thursday of two senior Air Force leaders, a civilian official and the highest-ranking general. The
move came in response to mishandling of nuclear delivery vehicle parts and a nuclear armed B-52 flight over
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Category:       Nuclear Issues/WMD
NOLA:           COSE 014129
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/26/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about North Korea's Declaration of Nuclear Materials with David Sanger. Then, a
conversation with Lord Peter Levene, Chairman of Lloyd’s of London.

Category:      Nuclear Issues/WMD
NOLA:          MLNH 009159
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 6/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:12:00
White House Removes North Korea From Terrorist List: President Bush eased trade restrictions against North
Korea Thursday and removed it from a terrorism sponsor list after the country gave Chinese officials a partial
accounting of its nuclear activity. Analysts examine this policy shift.

Category:      Nuclear Issues/WMD
NOLA:          WAWO 000102
Series Title: War of the World; The          Episode Title: A Tainted Victory                Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/30/2008 10:00 PM/502           Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
Niall Ferguson examines the horrors of the Second World War and shows how, in order to win, the allies had to
act with the same savagery as their enemies. It was, in his words, "a tainted victory" - and the true, ultimate
winners were not those who were victorious in 1945.

Category:      Nuclear Issues/WMD
NOLA:          WWIR 004752
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base                Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 8:00 PM/502                Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Landmark Supreme Court rulings, unity in New Hampshire, and a nuclear reversal; a lot to talk about this week
on "Washington Week." The Supreme Court ends its term with a bang, striking down a law that banned guns,
and yet another one that imposed the death penalty on child rapists. How could one court do two such different
things? We look at the end of the term. The Democrats kiss and make up. At a campaign event with Sen. Barack
Obama (D-IL), Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "We may have started on separate paths, but today our paths
have merged. Today, we are coming together for the same goal: to elect Barack Obama as the next President of
the United States." Obama responded to the cheering crowd, "She rocks. She rocks. That's the point I'm trying
to make." Or do they? What can Hillary Clinton do for Barack Obama? And what can he do for her? While
back at the White House, a change of heart on North Korea. Pres. George W. Bush said, "Multilateral
diplomacy is the best way to peacefully solve the nuclear issue with North Korea." The isolated nation no
longer considered a state sponsor of terrorism. Is it no longer a nuclear threat? Covering the week: Linda
Greenhouse of the New York Times, Pete Williams of NBC News, James Barnes of National Journal, and Peter
Baker of the New York Times.




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Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:           BMJL 001152
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base                Length: 60
Airdate: 4/5/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
David Beckmann - Bread for the World: Bill Moyers talks with the president of Bread for the World about the
challenges of combatting hunger; Hope in the Congo?: THE JOURNAL takes viewers on the ground in the
Democratic Republic of Congo to follow aid workers and local relief efforts that are bringing hope to a
forgotten land. "The aid agencies are almost substituting for a social welfare system that hasn't operated in these
areas for decades," says Dominic MacSorley, Emergency Director for Concern Worldwide, an international aid
organization.

Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:          BMJL 001201
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal          Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/12/2008 2:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
David Beckmann - Bread for the World: Bill Moyers talks with the president of Bread for the World about the
challenges of combatting hunger; EXPOSÉ - Cash Cows and Starter Cowboy Kits: BILL MOYERS JOURNAL
teams up with the PBS series EXPOSÉ: AMERICA'S INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS to follow the trail of
Washington Post reporters who uncovered more than $15 billion in "wasteful, unnecessary, or redundant
expenditures" that have flowed from Washington to America's farmers; Hunger in America: Why are America's
food banks suffering shortages? Find out what you can do to help.

Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:          MLNH 009105
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The               Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/11/2008 7:00 PM/502              Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Rising Food Prices Felt Around the World: Soaring food prices and recent jumps in the price of rice -- a critical
food in the developing world -- have impacted communities and aid organizations across the globe. Independent
Television News reports on the increased price of rice.

Category:        Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:            NOWD 000414
Series Title: NOW on PBS                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30               Airdate: 4/4/2008 8:30 PM/502                Service: PBS
Unable to make ends meet, many families in western Nepal have been forced to sell their daughters, some as
young as six, to work far from home as bonded servants in private homes. This week NOW travels to Nepal
where we meet the Nepalese Youth Opportunity Foundation, which is trying to break the cycle of poverty and
pain with an "Enterprising Idea." They're providing desperate families with an incentive to keep their daughters:
a piglet or a goat that can ultimately be sold for a sum equivalent to that of their child's labor. The organization
says it has brought thousands of girls home to live with their families, but many cultural and political challenges
still stand in their way. This is part of NOW's continuing series on innovative and sustainable solutions to world
problems. What we call "Enterprising Ideas."



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Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:          NOWD 000415
Series Title: NOW on PBS                      Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 4/11/2008 8:30 PM/502                Service: PBS
Millions of Americans are filing their taxes and hoping for the best, but are rich people actually paying a
smaller percentage of their total income than the poor? This week, NOW looks at how state policies to generate
revenue by raising sales taxes and lowering property taxes come at a bigger price for low-income households
than for wealthier ones.

Category:       Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:           UNCA 000102
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: When the Bough Breaks/Becoming American                      Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 4/4/2008 10:00 PM               Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Black and white infant-mortality rates are explored. Also: the health of Mexican immigrants, some of whom
arrive in the U.S. in better health than Americans, but whose health declines over time.

Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:          UNCA 000103
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: Bad Sugar/Place Matters               Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/11/2008 10:00 PM                  Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The high rate of Type 2 diabetes on Tohono O'odham Indian reservations in Southern Arizona is examined,
including the role hopelessness may play in the disease. Also: how neighborhood environments may affect
health.

Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:           COSE 014078
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base                Length: 60
Airdate: 4/16/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University, about his book
"Common Wealth." Then, a conversation with author Richard Price about his book "Lush Life."

Category:       Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:            MLNH 009113
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 4/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:09:10
As Food Prices Soar, U.N. Calls for International Help: The head of the U.N. Food and Agriculture
Organization urged help Wednesday for countries affected by a global food crisis caused by sharp increases in
the prices of rice and wheat. Experts discuss the causes and consequences of high food prices.




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Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:          MLNH 009117
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 4/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:08:04
Supply, Price of Food Increase Hardship for World's Poor: Food shortages and price spikes have combined to
wreak havoc within the world's poorest nations. Ray Suarez examines the causes and effects of the food crises
and speaks with the Washington Post's Anthony Faiola about his recent trip to Mauritania.

Category:     Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:         NOWD 000417
Series Title: NOW on PBS            Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/25/2008 8:30 PM/502                Service: PBS
While many kids from rich families take going to college for granted, poor kids face a harsher reality.
According to one source, only seven percent of low-income kids earn a college degree by the age of 25. This
week NOW on PBS shares a year-long investigation of an innovative program trying to level that playing field.

Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:          TASM 001382
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 4/24/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Alabama governor Don Siegelman, who was recently released from prison, argues that the Justice
Department is being used as a political tool. Journalist and author of "A Crime So Monstrous," E. Benjamin
Skinner, says there are more slaves in the world today than at any point in human history.

Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:          MLNH 009120
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:08:37
Growing Hunger in Malawi Stirs Food Aid Debate: Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the debate over the benefits
of providing cash or crops to recipient nations. He also looks into the growing effects of domestic farm law on
world food markets.

Category:        Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:            MLNH 009121
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/5/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:09:17
Massive Cyclone Ravages Myanmar, Tests Government: A large cyclone hit the nation of Myanmar Saturday,
bringing widespread damage and causing major harm to its citizens, killing upwards of 10,000 people. Relief
agencies are rushing to respond, and the event is seen by many as a test of the military junta's ability to direct
the relief effort.




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Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:          MLNH 009122
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:10:22
Cyclone Death Toll Soars as Myanmar Reels From Disaster: The estimated death toll from Saturday's cyclone
in Myanmar increased to 22,000 Tuesday with 41,000 still missing and possibly 1 million left homeless,
according to relief agencies. The head of the U.S. embassy in Rangoon and a reporter recap the situation.

Category:       Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:           MLNH 009123
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 5/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:08:51
Death Toll Rises in Myanmar as Aid Groups Face Obstacles: A senior U.S. diplomat in Myanmar said
Wednesday that the death toll from Tropical Cyclone Nargis could reach 100,000, as disease outbreaks remain a
threat and some aid groups face difficulty gaining access to the country. A United Nations official discusses
efforts to provide humanitarian aid to the military-ruled country.

Category:       Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:           MLNH 009124
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:10:25
Aid Begins to Trickle Into Myanmar but Recovery Is Slow: The first relief shipments arrived in Myanmar
Thursday after resistance from the country's reclusive military government to foreign assistance. Shari
Villarosa, the top U.S. diplomat in Rangoon, and UNICEF's Richard Bridle discuss the aid response for the tens
of thousands left homeless by the cyclone.

Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:           MLNH 009125
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60              Airdate: 5/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review             Segment Length: 00:14:12
Damage in Myanmar Is Revealed as Aid Trickles In: As thousands of people in Myanmar continue to languish
in the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis, humanitarian assistance is slowly trickling in despite disputes with the
country's military rulers over the distribution of the aid. Two aid officials update the situation.

Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:           BMJL 001210
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 6/14/2008 2:00 AM/500              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Holly Sklar on Work and Wages: Holly Sklar, co-author of "Raise the Floor: Wages and Policies that Work for
All of Us," discusses what current economic conditions say about the state of the American dream; LA Labor:
BILL MOYERS JOURNAL analyzes the growing inequality gap on the ground in Los Angeles where recently
union workers marched to bring attention to how they are getting squeezed out of the shrinking middle class;
Steve Fraser on Gilded Ages: Steve Fraser, historian and author of "Wall Street: America's Dream Palace,"



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discusses the modern parallels and differences to the first Gilded Age, the big disparity between the rich and
poor, and the increasing strain on working Americans.

Category:      Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:           TASM 001418
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/13/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Virginia's Sen. Jim Webb, rumored to be on the Democratic VP list, explains how the "two Americas" paradigm
must be updated. "CSI: Miami" star Emily Procter talks about the division in her large family between Sens.
McCain and Obama for president.

Category:       Poverty/Hunger
NOLA:           FROW 000705
Series Title: Frontline/World                    Episode Title: Jesus in China        Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/25/2008 1:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
As the world spotlight hits China this summer, reporter Evan Osnos goes inside one of the country's most
important, but least understood movements - China's underground churches. A joint project of
FRONTLINE/World and the Chicago Tribune, "Jesus in China" examines the wave of Christianity that has
been sweeping across the country in recent years, and the different ways the Chinese ruling party - officially
atheist - is now racing to control it. Also in this hour, two more stories from a small planet, including, "Living
on the Edge," producer/reporter Martin Smith's sobering look at communities around the world already
devastated by global climate change, and the story of a new movement of architects out to help solve
humanitarian problems through design.

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Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           COSE 014069
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/3/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with David Axelrod, Chief Strategist, Obama Campaign. Then, a preview of the NCAA
Final Four with Billy Packer of CBS Sports, Stephen Curry, starting shooting guard for the Wildcats of
Davidson College and Dell Curry, retired American professional basketball player. Finally, a conversation with
author Steve Coll about his book "The Bin Ladens: An Arabian Family in the American Century."

Category:       Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           MLNH 009103
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 4/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:12:26
Olympic Torch Relay Puts Chinese Policies in Focus: China is facing increasing scrutiny for many of its
policies as the Summer Games in Beijing draw closer -- and protesters have seized the Olympic torch's current
global tour as a platform to voice opposition to China's rule of Tibet, among other issues. Two analysts discuss
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Category:       Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:            MOLA 000000
Series Title: Morgan Lacrosse Story; The                 Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/6/2008 3:00 AM/500                    Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
This film tells the story of the nation's first and only college lacrosse team at a historically black institution.
When a young white administrator reluctantly accepted the position of head lacrosse coach at Morgan State
University a six-year journey began. Underscored by the Native American roots of the game, THE MORGAN
LACROSSE STORY is a sports story like no other.

Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           NOVA 003414
Series Title: NOVA            Episode Title: Marathon Challenge           Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/16/2008 2:00 AM/500           Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
How do you run 26.2 miles if you have trouble making it around the block? With good coaching, discipline, and
lots of group support, as NOVA shows when it follows 13 generally sedentary people through a training
regimen designed to prepare them for an ultimate test of stamina and endurance. Created in cooperation with the
Boston Athletic Association®, which granted NOVA unprecedented access to the 111th Boston Marathon®,
and Tufts University, "Marathon Challenge" takes viewers on a unique adventure inside the human body,
tracking the physiological changes that exercise can bring about.

Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:          AMEX 002007
Series Title: American Experience           Episode Title: Roberto Clemente                Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/21/2008 9:00 PM/502            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Baseball great Roberto Clemente's talent and inimitable style drew legions of fans, but as this AMERICAN
EXPERIENCE production reveals, he was more than an exceptional baseball player. He was also a committed
humanitarian who challenged racial discrimination and worked for social justice.

Category:       Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           FRON 002612
Series Title: Frontline              Episode Title: Storm Over Everest           Version: SD-Base
Length: 120            Airdate: 6/18/2008 9:00 PM           Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
As darkness fell on May 10, 1996, a fast-moving storm of unimaginable ferocity trapped three climbing teams
high on the slopes of Mount Everest. The exhausted climbers were soon lost far from the safety of High Camp
at 26,000 feet. World-renowned climber and filmmaker David Breashears, who aided the rescue efforts back in
1996, now returns to Everest to shed new light on the worst climbing tragedy in Everest's history.

Category:     Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:          MLNH 009121
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/5/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:12:40
Horse Euthanasia Raises Questions After Kentucky Derby: This year's Kentucky Derby was marred by the
events following the filly Eight Belles' second place finish when she collapsed on the track and was
subsequently euthanized. Two experts discuss the state of horse racing and the extremes to which owners must
go to win.




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Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:          NBRT 028035
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 5/2/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Latest Labor Report Works Up New Optimism; The
Federal Reserve Teams Up With Europe's Central Bankers; China's Gaming Industry Has Evolved Into A High
Roller; "Market Monitor"-Julius Maldutis, President And Chief Airline Analyst for Aviation Dynamics; "Last
Word"-"Tea and Sub-prime Sympathy."

Category:       Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           SEDE 000801
Series Title: Secrets of the Dead        Episode Title: Doping for Gold         Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/11/2008 3:00 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
In the 1970s, female East German athletes came out of nowhere to dominate international sport. But behind
their success lay a secret, state-sponsored doping program that distributed untested steroids and male hormones
to athletes as young as 12. Many of these girls had no knowledge that they were being doped, and now, as
grown women (and men), their broken bodies and damaged psyches bear witness to the cruelty of a government
that pursued international glory and gold at the expense of its most acclaimed citizens. "Doping for Gold" digs
deep into the secretive Cold War world of East German athletes, examining what drugs were used, how they
were distributed and what damage they did to many of the athletes who were forced to take them. The result
creates a timely perspective on today's many doping scandals and reveals the truth behind the biggest and most
horrifying state-sponsored doping program the world has ever known.

Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:          TASM 001392
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/8/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
John Dean and Barry Goldwater, Jr., co-authors of "Pure Goldwater," share what they believe Sen. Goldwater's
thoughts would be on the GOP and its presumptive presidential nominee John McCain. Actress Famke Janssen
explains how she learned to shoot pool for her role in the new movie "Turn the River."

Category:     Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:         MLNH 009136
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base            Length: 60            Airdate: 5/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:11:50
Earthquake Recovery Tempers China's Olympics Elation: In preparing for the Olympic Games, the Chinese
government has faced unexpected challenges, including a devastating earthquake and protests over its rule of
Tibet. Margaret Warner reports from China about the quake's impacts on the Beijing Olympic plans.

Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           MLNH 009137
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:05:52
After Quake, China Faces Daunting Reconstruction Challenges: Following the cessation of rescue and recovery
efforts, quake-struck Sichuan province begins the arduous task of rebuilding. Margaret Warner reports from
China on the quake's aftermath and Beijing's preparations for the Olympics.


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Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:          MLNH 009138
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 5/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:12:15
Modernizing China Confronts Environmental Woes: Since undertaking market reforms in late 1970s, China has
enjoyed an economic boom -- but the economic progress has also produced serious environmental damage and
pollution problems. Margaret Warner reports on China's environmental woes and their impact on the run-up to
the Beijing Olympics.

Category:       Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           AMEX 001803
Series Title: American Experience | Las Vegas: An Unconventional History
Episode Title: Las Vegas               Version: SD-Base             Length: 90
Airdate: 6/6/2008 10:00 PM             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
With its well-heeled mobsters and glamorous showgirls, fantastical mega-casinos and dazzling displays of neon,
Las Vegas is the world's most famous monument to reckless abandon and unbridled excess. Produced to
coincide with the city's 100th anniversary, this AMERICAN EXPERIENCE film traces the often surprising,
endlessly entertaining history of the country's most outrageous playground: from its beginnings as a remote
frontier way station to its Depression-era incarnation as the "Gateway to the Hoover Dam"; from its mid-
century heyday as the gangster metropolis known as "Sin City" to its recent renaissance as the fastest growing
city in the United States. The program features interviews with well-known Las Vegas insiders - Steve and
Elaine Wynn, Brian Greenspun - as well as everyday citizens in search of the American dream in this
corporately financed desert fantasyland. Michael Murphy narrates. Part 1 of 2.

Category:       Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           AMEX 001804
Series Title: American Experience | Las Vegas: An Unconventional History
Episode Title: Las Vegas               Version: SD-Embedded Promo                  Length: 90
Airdate: 6/13/2008 10:00 PM                   Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
With its well-heeled mobsters and glamorous showgirls, fantastical mega-casinos and dazzling displays of neon,
Las Vegas is the world's most famous monument to reckless abandon and unbridled excess. Produced to
coincide with the city's 100th anniversary, this AMERICAN EXPERIENCE film traces the often surprising,
endlessly entertaining history of the country's most outrageous playground: from its beginnings as a remote
frontier way station to its Depression-era incarnation as the "Gateway to the Hoover Dam"; from its mid-
century heyday as the gangster metropolis known as "Sin City" to its recent renaissance as the fastest growing
city in the United States. The program features interviews with well-known Las Vegas insiders - Steve and
Elaine Wynn, Brian Greenspun - as well as everyday citizens in search of the American dream in this
corporately financed desert fantasyland. Michael Murphy narrates. Part 2 of 2.

Category:        Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:            COSE 014115
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/6/2008 11:30 PM/503                Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a report on Big Brown's pursuit of the Triple-Crown with Kent Desormeaux, Rick Dutrow and Michael
Iavarone. Then, a conversation with Tony Judt, leading expert on Europe and a professor at New York
University.



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Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           COSE 014116
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/9/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Luca di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari. Then, a conversation with CBS's Jim
Nantz about his book "Always By My Side: A Father's Grace and a Sports Journey Unlike Any Other."

Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:          INLE 000926
Series Title: Independent Lens                Episode Title: Deep Water             Version: SD-Base
Length: 90         Airdate: 6/16/2008 1:00 AM/500            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
In 1968, The Sunday Times of London announced the first solo, non-stop, around-the-world sailing race. A
prize of £5,000 was offered for the fastest voyage. Competitors were required to set sail before October 31 to
avoid the fury of a winter at sea. DEEP WATER follows Donald Crowhurst, a 36-year-old father of four and
owner of an ailing marine electronics business, as he attempted to win the fastest voyage prize. His original
16mm films and tape recordings are used to re-construct his extraordinary journey. Through re-enactments and
interviews with family and friends, the film reveals his maritime inexperience and the eventual ending that
shocked a nation. Terrence Howard hosts.

Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:          TASM 001414
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/7/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former National Security Advisor Richard Clarke describes the impact political appointees in government posts
have on America's security. "The Best Game Ever" author Mark Bowden discusses the role racial
discrimination played in the NFL in the early days.

Category:       Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:            COSE 014121
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/16/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about healthcare with Ezekiel, Ari, and Rahm Emanuel. Then, a conversation with Lance
Armstrong about his Livestrong organization, cancer, cancer prevention and cycling. Finally, a conversation
with filmmaker Sue Williams about Frontline's "Young & Restless in China." Shot over four years, the film
follows a group of nine young Chinese from across the country as they scramble to keep pace with a society
changing as fast as any in history.

Category:     Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:          EEDI 000201
Series Title: Everyday Edisons        Episode Title: I'm an Everyday Edison       Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 6/22/2008 12:30 AM/500          Service: PBS-PLUS            Format: Other
Vietnam-born Michael Diep creates a cat's scratching post that improves on existing models. Matt Fleming's
new take on ping pong re-invents one of the most popular games of all time. Serial inventor Theodore
Tomaiuolo re-invents the first-aid bandage, and James Jenkins solves a common shopping problem with his
innovative design. Mark and Cody Fox, two brothers with a famous father, improve on a common textbook
problem; and Mingwei Zhang, a Chinese acupuncturist, devises a new fitness product.




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Category:      Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:          NBRT 028070
Series Title: Nightly Business Report               Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Surge In Anticipation of The Saudi Summit; The
Impact of the Midwest Flooding on the Economy; China's Pre-Olympic Anti Pollution Plan; "Market Monitor"-
Eugene Peroni, Jr., Sr. V.P. of Equity Research Advisors, Asset Management.

Category:     Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:         TASM 001423
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/20/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Olympic gold medalist and six-time world boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya talks about his new memoir,
"American Son: My Story," and explains how growing up in East L.A. made him into the man he is today.

Category:       Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           EEDI 000202
Series Title: Everyday Edisons               Episode Title: The Dream Team              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 6/29/2008 2:00 PM           Service: PBS-PLUS           Format: Other
Inventor Sheldon Levinson introduces viewers to a bubble machine with a twist; nurses Mary Kisko and Lisa
Glickstein show off their innovative pet accessory; and MIT student Aaron Tang's invention is an alarm clock
that will get anyone out of bed. Co-inventors Randall Hatfield and Joseph Simmons solve an electrical cord
problem; stay-at-home dad William Pitt creates every skateboarder's dream; and Robert Lemire creates the
perfect picture-hanging device.

Category:       Recreation/Leisure/Sports
NOLA:           TASM 001427
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
L.A. Times Economics Correspondent Peter Gosselin explains how American families are facing a precarious
financial situation -- whether they know it or not. "Friday Night Lights" star Connie Britton discusses whether
the show is too smart for its audience.

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Category:     Religion/Ethics
NOLA:         COSE 014070
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/4/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Tom Brokaw, John Hope Franklin, Rep. James Clyburn and Dr. Beverly Tatum discuss the Life and Legacy of
Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 40th anniversary of his assassination.




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Category:     Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          MLNH 009100
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/4/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:08:16
40 Years After MLK's Assassination, A Look Back: Forty years ago, civil rights pioneer Martin Luther King Jr.
was assassinated on his hotel balcony in Memphis. Judy Woodruff looks back on that fateful day in American
history.

Category:       Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           MLNH 009103
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 4/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:12:26
Olympic Torch Relay Puts Chinese Policies in Focus: China is facing increasing scrutiny for many of its
policies as the Summer Games in Beijing draw closer -- and protesters have seized the Olympic torch's current
global tour as a platform to voice opposition to China's rule of Tibet, among other issues. Two analysts discuss
the protests.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           MLNH 009106
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:20:29
Economy a Top Issue Ahead of Pennsylvania Primary: As the Pennsylvania primary draws near, Democratic
candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are crisscrossing the Keystone State in a bid for voter support in
a state where a complex mix of issues -- from the economy to religion -- ranks high for voters. Political analysts
from across Pennsylvania preview the contest.

Category:        Religion/Ethics
NOLA:             MLNH 009107
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                    Length: 60             Airdate: 4/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS               Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                      Segment Length: 00:18:41
Papal Visit Prompts Reflection on U.S. Catholic Identity: Pope Benedict XVI arrived in the U.S. Tuesday for
his first official visit -- a trip aimed partly at rallying Catholics still struggling with the aftermath of a clergy sex
abuse scandal. Experts on religion examine U.S. Catholicism and how Americans view the pope.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          TASM 001367
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/3/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
From Memphis, Rev. Samuel "Billy" Kyles, pastor of Monumental Baptist Church, reflects on how witnessing
Dr. King's assassination has impacted his life. Also, former Memphis sanitation worker Taylor Rogers describes
what Dr. King's support and presence meant to the workers' strike.




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Category:     Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          TASM 001370
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 4/8/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Ending a week of shows in Memphis and in commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr., Georgetown University professor Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and Princeton University professor
Dr. Cornel West discuss Dr. King's lasting legacy.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           TASM 001371
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 4/9/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Best-selling author Anne Rice discusses how she addressed Jesus' loneliness in the second of her fictional bios,
"Christ the Lord: The Road to Cana." Law professor Kimberle Williams Crenshaw addresses the Democratic
presidential candidates' support of affirmative action programs.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          TASM 001377
Series Title: Tavis Smiley                    Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/17/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former WorldCom VP, Cynthia Cooper, describes the personal toll of being a whistle-blower and what it's like
to face your boss in a courtroom. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges explains the title of his recent
book, "I Don't Believe in Atheists."

Category:       Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           BMJL 001202
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal             Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/19/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Leila Fadel: Just back from being under fire in Sadr City this week, award-winning journalist Leila Fadel,
Baghdad Bureau Chief for McClatchy, gives viewers on-the-ground analysis of the latest events and close-up
look at the state of the war; Martha Nussbaum: Bill Moyers talks with Martha Nussbaum, the Ernst Freund
Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics at University of Chicago, about church and state, and her
newest book, "Liberty of Conscious: In Defense of America's Tradition of Religious Equality."

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           BMJL 001203
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/26/2008 10:00 AM/500              Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Rev. Jeremiah Wright: Bill Moyers interviews the Reverend Jeremiah Wright in his first broadcast interview
with a journalist since he became embroiled in a controversy for his remarks and his relationship with Barack
Obama. Wright, who retired in early 2008 as pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, where
Senator Obama is a member, has been at the center of controversy for comments he made during sermons,
which surfaced in the press in March.




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Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           CARR 000107 Stacked
Series Title: Carrier                   Episode Title: Rites of Passage/True Believers
Version: SD-Stacked Embedded Promo                      Length: 120
Airdate: 4/30/2008 9:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
"Rites of Passage" -- The last day in the Gulf is the last chance to drop bombs before the Nimitz heads home.
The jets take off, laden with ordnance, and return hours later, still carrying the same bombs. As the Nimitz
crosses the equator, the entire ship takes part in the Crossing the Line Ceremony, an ancient maritime ritual. In
the middle of flight operations, a storm arises in the South Indian Ocean. The deck pitches violently, turning the
already dangerous task of landing on the carrier into a nail-biting, heart-pounding drama. "True Believers" --
This episode explores the many expressions of faith onboard the USS Nimitz: faith in self, faith in one’s
shipmates, faith in the mission of the ship and the president’s call to arms. The major religious groups on board
are Catholic and Protestant, but there also is a coven of Wiccans, as well as a Pentecostal group whose newest
member is challenged by the duality of his beliefs and the temptations of liberty as the ship drops anchor in
Perth, Australia.

Category:       Religion/Ethics
NOLA:            COSE 014080
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60
Airdate: 4/18/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Pope Benedict's visit to the United States with Jon Meaham Editor-In-Chief of
Newsweek, George Weigel, Senior Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Scott Appleby and
Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete. Then, a conversation with Michael Kinsley of Time about his book "Please Don't
Remain Calm: Provocations and Commentaries."

Category:       Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           MLNH 009108
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60          Airdate: 4/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review             Segment Length: 00:11:36
Pope Visits White House, Compliments U.S. Generosity: Pope Benedict XVI visited the White House
Wednesday, welcomed by President and Laura Bush. A reporter following the story discusses the Pope's six-
day U.S. visit.

Category:     Religion/Ethics
NOLA:         MLNH 009109
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 4/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:17:01
Pope Benedict Says Church, American Society at a 'Crossroads:' Pope Benedict XVI held mass before a crowd
of some 45,000 worshipers at the Washington Nationals park Thursday, where he addressed the challenges
facing American Catholics. A group of analysts and experts examine the pope's message to Americans.




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Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           MLNH 009110
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The                  Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/18/2008 7:00 PM/502                Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Pope Benedict Urges Respect for Human Rights at U.N.: Pope Benedict XVI spoke Friday at the United
Nations, saying respect for human rights should be the focus of international cooperation, but warning
"multilateral consensus" is "subordinated to the decisions of a small number."

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           MLNH 009116
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:17:34
Wright Defends Sermons as Debate Over Race Continues: Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Sen. Barack Obama's
longtime pastor, defended the fiery sermons that have become an issue on the campaign trail Monday and
criticized what he called an "attack on the black church." A panel of columnists and analysts discuss Wright's
impact on the presidential race.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          MLNH 009117
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 4/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:17:23
Obama Seeks to Quell Furor Over Former Pastor: Sen. Barack Obama responded on Tuesday to Rev. Jeremiah
Wright's recent media blitz in the run up to primary elections in North Carolina and Indiana. Veteran political
reporters discuss the upcoming votes and the impact of the Wright controversy.

Category:       Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           WWIR 004742
Series Title: Washington Week                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30          Airdate: 4/18/2008 8:00 PM/502                      Service: PBS
Pennsylvania, the pope, and the death penalty, this week on "Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL)
said, "During the course of the last few days, she's said I'm elitist, out of touch, condescending." Sen. Hillary
Clinton (D-NY) said, "What we have to do as Democrats is make sure we get enough votes to win in
November." The fur is flying. Sen. Obama said, "You just got to kind of let it - you know." The Pennsylvania
primary is days away and the stakes are crystal clear. What does each candidate have to do? And will Sen. John
McCain (R-AZ) benefit from Democratic infighting? He said, "They're going to raise your taxes by thousands
of dollars a year and they have the audacity to hope you don't mind." A man who knows a thing or two about
hope did make it to the White House this week - Pope Benedict XVI. He said to the crowd, "God bless
America." He's praying for U.S. Catholics, plus the Supreme Court weighs in on a critical death penalty case.
Covering these stories, John Harwood of CNBC and the New York Times, David Shribman of the Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette, Michael Duffy of Time magazine, and Joan Biskupic of USA Today.




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Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          ACRO 000112
Series Title: America at a Crossroads
Episode Title: Stand Up: Muslim American Comics Come of Age
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/12/2008 2:00 AM/500
Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The program explores the emergence of Muslim- and Arab-American comedians in the wake of 9/11, showing
how they use humor to take on stereotypes about their religion and their politics. The film highlights five
performers, their comedy and the way everyday tribulations shape their art. At a time when people of Middle
Eastern origin were advised to lie low, they chose to stand up...and crack jokes.

Category:       Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           BMJL 001204
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal               Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/3/2008 2:00 AM/500                   Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Bill Moyers on Reverend Jeremiah Wright: Bill Moyers reflects on his interview with Reverend Jeremiah
Wright; Christopher Cerf and Victor Navasky: Victor Navasky and Christopher Cerf's new book MISSION
ACCOMPLISHED looks back at what the experts told us would happen in Iraq; Kathleen Hall Jamieson: Our
political analyst returns to take stock of the never-ending primary season.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           CARR 000107 Stacked
Series Title: Carrier           Episode Title: Rites of Passage/True Believers        Version: SD-Stacked
Length: 120             Airdate: 5/2/2008 3:00 AM/500                  Service: PBS      Format: Documentary
"Rites of Passage" -- The last day in the Gulf is the last chance to drop bombs before the Nimitz heads home.
The jets take off, laden with ordnance, and return hours later, still carrying the same bombs. As the Nimitz
crosses the equator, the entire ship takes part in the Crossing the Line Ceremony, an ancient maritime ritual. In
the middle of flight operations, a storm arises in the South Indian Ocean. The deck pitches violently, turning the
already dangerous task of landing on the carrier into a nail-biting, heart-pounding drama. "True Believers" --
This episode explores the many expressions of faith onboard the USS Nimitz: faith in self, faith in one’s
shipmates, faith in the mission of the ship and the president’s call to arms. The major religious groups on board
are Catholic and Protestant, but there also is a coven of Wiccans, as well as a Pentecostal group whose newest
member is challenged by the duality of his beliefs and the temptations of liberty as the ship drops anchor in
Perth, Australia.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          COSE 014094
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 5/8/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS     Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with Bill Moyers host of "Bill Moyers Journal."

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          TASM 001397
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base                Length: 30
Airdate: 5/15/2008 12:30 AM/500              Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Journalist and TV host Bill Moyers reflects on the role his interview with Rev. Wright played in the public's
view of the Chicago pastor. Philosopher Susan Neiman explains the title of her new book, "Moral Clarity," and
why Sen. Obama is the embodiment of grown-up idealism.


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Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           TASM 001399
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/17/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Journalist Pico Iyer, author of "The Open Road," discusses the politics of the current Dalai Lama. Actor Richard
Roundtree, one of the stars of the film "Speed Racer," talks about how he survived breast cancer.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          WWIR 004744
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 5/2/2008 8:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The Democratic race tightens. Which voters and what issues could decide it all, this week on "Washington
Week." At the top of the heap, the economy: Pres. George W. Bush said, "I will tell you that these are very
difficult economic times - very difficult." Jobs lost, gas prices soaring and another interest rate cut. What will or
can the president or the candidates do about it all? Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) proposed, "Just for the summer,
why don't we give the American people a little break?" The candidates spar about solutions and the Democratic
frontrunner Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) tries to shake off the Jeremiah Wright controversy. He said, "It
contradicts everything that I'm about and who I am." Surrogates play their part. Former Democratic Party leader
Joe Andrew said, "I'm announcing that I'm going to support Senator Barack Obama for president of the United
States of America." Gov. Mike Easley said about Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY), "This lady right here makes
Rocky Balboa look like a pansy." But can Hillary Clinton still win? She said, "I sometimes feel like the
Goldilocks of this campaign." Plus the Supreme Court weighs in on a critical Indiana voting case. Covering the
week: David Wessel of the Wall Street Journal, Charles Babington of the Associated Press, John Harwood of
CNBC and the New York Times, and Pete Williams of NBC News.

Category:       Religion/Ethics
NOLA:            COSE 014104
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/22/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the HBO film "Recount" with Kevin Spacey, Jeffrey Toobin, Senior Legal Analyst at
CNN and David Boies. Then, a conversation with author Garry Wills about his latest book "What the Gospels
Mean." Finally, an appreciation of Hamilton Jordan, who died on May 20, 2008 from mesothelioma. He was an
American political advisor and strategist best known as Chief of Staff to President of the United States Jimmy
Carter.

Category:        Religion/Ethics
NOLA:            INLE 000922
Series Title: Independent Lens                Episode Title: A Dream In Doubt             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60           Airdate: 5/23/2008 3:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
It was the first hate-based murder in the wake of September 11, 2001 - one of thousands of reported and
unreported hate crimes in the years that followed. The victim: a turbaned Sikh man in Mesa, Arizona, where his
family had sought religious freedom. The family is still determined to believe in the American Dream, even as
the nightmare continues for many religious and ethnic minorities in a climate of xenophobia and fear.




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Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:07:24
Polygamy Ruling Raises Legal Debate on State Power: A Texas state appeals court ruled on Thursday that child
welfare officials had no right to seize more than 400 children taken last month from the Yearning For Zion
Ranch, a polygamous sect's compound in the state. The ruling however does not make clear what will happen to
the children or the legal position of their parents.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          TASM 001404
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/24/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Barnard sociologist Jonathan Rieder, author of "The Word of the Lord is Upon Me," describes the artistry and
the humorous side of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Grammy-winning jazz artist Earl Klugh talks about teaching
guitar as a young man in Detroit; he also performs a track from his new CD.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           MANE 000000
Series Title: Magic Never Ends: The Life and Work of C.S. Lewis; The                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 60              Airdate: 6/8/2008 10:00 PM            Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Documentary
Children's writer, Christian apologist, Oxford don, scholar and a man considered by many to be the greatest
Christian writer of the 20th century, C.S. Lewis was the author of 38 books, none of which has ever been out of
print. This program profiles Lewis' life in considerable detail: his childhood in Northern Ireland and the
devastating loss of his mother, the profound impact of World War I on his belief system, his acclaimed
academic career at Britain's prestigious Oxford and Cambridge Universities, his transition from atheist to
Christian and his late-in-life-marriage to American Joy Davidman. Oscar winner Sir Ben Kingsley narrates.

Category:      Religion/Ethics
NOLA:          TASM 001415
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/10/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Sarah Sentilles, author of "A Church of Her Own," describes her journey into the church and the difficulties she
faced as a woman. Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jewel describes her country-western roots in Alaska.

Category:       Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           FROW 000705
Series Title: Frontline/World                    Episode Title: Jesus in China        Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/25/2008 1:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
As the world spotlight hits China this summer, reporter Evan Osnos goes inside one of the country's most
important, but least understood movements - China's underground churches. A joint project of
FRONTLINE/World and the Chicago Tribune, "Jesus in China" examines the wave of Christianity that has
been sweeping across the country in recent years, and the different ways the Chinese ruling party - officially
atheist - is now racing to control it. Also in this hour, two more stories from a small planet, including, "Living
on the Edge," producer/reporter Martin Smith's sobering look at communities around the world already
devastated by global climate change, and the story of a new movement of architects out to help solve
humanitarian problems through design.


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Category:       Religion/Ethics
NOLA:           MLNH 009156
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:06:15
New Survey Maps Shifts in the U.S. Religious Landscape: A new forum by the Pew foundation shows an
America that is widely devout and diverse in its religious roots. It also reveals new shifts and trends in the way
religion takes hold across the U.S. A senior fellow from the Pew forum discusses the group's findings.

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Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          COSE 014071
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/7/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Charlie Rose Science Series: The Imperative of Science with Paul Nurse, President of Rockefeller University,
Harold Varmus, president of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Shirley Ann Jackson, President of
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Bruce Alberts, Editor-In-Chief of Science and Lisa Randall of Harvard
University.

Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:            MLNH 009103
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60            Airdate: 4/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:35
Economics Writer Examines Oil's Shifting Market Position: In the first in a series of NewsHour interviews on
oil's standing in the rapidly changing world economy, author Vijay Vaitheeswaran discusses the causes and
effects of the recent rise in oil prices and how energy technologies will impact future business practices.


Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          NOVA 003309
Series Title: NOVA             Episode Title: Voyage to the Mystery Moon            Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/1/2008 9:00 PM/501             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
NOVA follows the suspenseful mission of the Cassini/Huygens probe, built by NASA and the European Space
Agency, which successfully landed on Saturn's enigmatic moon Titan last year and transmitted the first pictures
of an alien world that closely resembles conditions on the early earth. Can Titan help crack the mystery of how
life began?




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Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           NOVA 003414
Series Title: NOVA                   Episode Title: Marathon Challenge           Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/16/2008 2:00 AM/500           Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
How do you run 26.2 miles if you have trouble making it around the block? With good coaching, discipline, and
lots of group support, as NOVA shows when it follows 13 generally sedentary people through a training
regimen designed to prepare them for an ultimate test of stamina and endurance. Created in cooperation with the
Boston Athletic Association®, which granted NOVA unprecedented access to the 111th Boston Marathon®,
and Tufts University, "Marathon Challenge" takes viewers on a unique adventure inside the human body,
tracking the physiological changes that exercise can bring about.

Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           MLNH 009109
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:10:48
High-tech School Prepares Students for Shifting Economy: Paul Solman reports on a high school in California
that pushes its students to focus on the future by preparing for jobs in the world of high technology -- while also
helping the U.S. stay competitive in a global marketplace.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           MLNH 009113
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 4/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:08:30
In Pittsburgh, Robots Help Rebuild Struggling Economy: As Pittsburgh continues to rebuild itself after the loss
of thousands of manufacturing jobs in the 1980s, a technology industry is emerging. Tom Bearden reports on
how engineers in the city are developing robots for everything from elderly care to military operations.

Category:     Science/Technology
NOLA:         MLNH 009115
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:31
Pittsburgh Renews Itself With 'Green' Technologies: Pittsburgh, once described as the nation's "dirtiest city," is
working hard to reverse that image with new energy efficient initiatives. Paul Solman looks at how the Steel
City has become reinvigorated by implementing new "green" energy technologies.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          NBRT 028024
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/17/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Google Makes Gains Despite the Slow Economy; Merrill
Lynch Misses The Mark; "Economic Choices 2008" -The Issue of Climate Change; "Commentary"-Reel Life
Lesson; "Tech Talk" -Going Green.




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Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          NOVA 003509
Series Title: NOVA            Episode Title: Car of the Future            Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 4/22/2008 9:00 PM/501            Service: PBS         Format: Other
Tom Magliozzi has a problem. The wacky co-host of NPR's Car Talk needs to replace his beloved 1952 MG
roadster. But where do you turn to in today's car market? Is new technology about to transform the way we
drive? Join Tom and Brother Ray, Click and Clack, as they take a light-hearted but shrewd look at America's
four-wheeled future.

Category:        Science/Technology
NOLA:            TRAC 000000
Series Title: Truth About Cancer; The                Version: SD-Base               Length: 120
Airdate: 4/16/2008 9:00 PM/502               Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
An eye opening special that seeks to answer the provocative question, why does anyone still die of cancer? Told
in the first person by award winning filmmaker Linda Garmon, The Truth About Cancer shares the personal
story of her own husband's battle with cancer. Part science, part character-driven storytelling, this powerful
documentary will uncover the truth about cancer and tell us where we stand in fighting this decades-old war.

Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           COSE 014091
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 5/5/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Yahoo and Microsoft with Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times and Michael
Arrington of TechCrunch.com. Yahoo's shares plunged 20% in early trade in New York after software giant
Microsoft scrapped its three-month-old bid to buy the internet firm. Then, a preview of the North Carolina and
Indiana primaries with Chuck Todd, political analyst and author, and political director and on-air analyst for
NBC News. Finally, a conversation with actor Patrick Stewart about his role in "Macbeth."

Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           COSE 014093
Series Title: Charlie Rose         Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/7/2008 11:30 PM/503            Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A visit to the Museum of Modern Art in New York City to view and discuss the exhibit "Design and The Elastic
Mind" with Paola Antonelli.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           COSE 014097
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 5/13/2008 11:30 PM/503            Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with John Harwood and Jerry Seib about their book "Pennsylvania Avenue: Profiles In
Backroom Power." Then, a conversation with author Jonathan Zittrain about his book "The Future of the
Internet and How to Stop It."




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Category:     Science/Technology
NOLA:          MLNH 009124
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60          Airdate: 5/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:09:46
Role of Young Voters in Politics Continues to Grow: Young people are continuing to play a larger, more
expanded role in politics, using new methods and networking technology. The authors of "Millennial
Makeover: MySpace, YouTube and the Future of American Politics" examine the trend.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          MLNH 009126
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 5/12/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:58
Green Industry Hub Rises From Rust Belt Ruins: Paul Solman reports on innovators who are making the
Pittsburgh region an eco-showcase of the benefits of going green and bringing new hope to the economically
depressed Rust Belt region.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          NBRT 028044
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 5/15/2008 6:30 PM/500        Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Lack of Money Is Weighing Down The Housing Rescue Plan;
"Green Options: Fuel"-Bacteria; "Tech Talk"-CBS Spins A New Cable/Tech Web; "Commentary"-A Difficult
Economy Requires Difficult Decisions; Tokyo's Temp Triumphs And Troubles.

Category:        Science/Technology
NOLA:            COSE 014102
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/20/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a report on Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy, recently diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Then, a
conversation with Jeff Zucker, President and CEO of NBC Universal.

Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           FRON 002606
Series Title: Frontline               Episode Title: Growing Up Online               Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/20/2008 10:00 PM/500           Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
FRONTLINE looks at the impact of the Internet on adolescence through the eyes of teens and their parents. The
film takes viewers into the private worlds kids are creating online - from kids who are harassed and bullied, to
kids who make social connections virtually when they have few friends at school, to those kids who attain
instant celebrity on YouTube. FRONTLINE explores the complicated new lines being drawn between the real
and virtual worlds for today's children and teens, and for their parents, who often find themselves on the other
side of a new digital divide.




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Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           MLNH 009130
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60          Airdate: 5/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:07:00
MySpace-related Suicide Puts Focus on Cyber Bullying: A Missouri woman was indicted on federal charges
related to the suicide of a 13-year-old MySpace user this week. An Internet and privacy lawyer considers the
world of cyber bullying and how the law and the use of the Web intersect.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          MLNH 009133
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 5/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:06:09
Scientists Study Final Moments of Dying Star: The deaths of some stars are marked by a unique event: the
supernova. A NASA telescope captured a massive explosion in January, giving scientists clues into the
mechanics of our own world. Robert Kirshner of Harvard University explains the significance of the event.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           MLNH 009136
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:06:30
NASA's Phoenix Sends Intriguing Images From Mars: NASA's Phoenix Mars lander touched down Sunday and
began transmitting pictures from the northern arctic plains of Mars where scientists hope to find evidence of
water and life-sustaining conditions. Mission co-leader Ray Arvidson explains.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          MLNH 009139
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:08:51
Venture Capitalists Look to Green Businesses for Boom: A recent surge in investments by venture capitalists in
eco-friendly businesses is possibly triggering a boom in green and clean technology. Analysts report on the
green market and its ability to make money while saving oil.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          NBRT 028054
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/29/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Dell Computes Big Earnings And Surprising Overseas Sales;
The Slowing Economy Has Shoppers Speeding To Warehouse Clubs; The End of the Bear Stearns Era; The
Airline Industry's Tug of War With Technology For Business Travelers; "Commentary"-Getting On Board With
Online Voting.




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Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           NOVA 003510
Series Title: NOVA                Episode Title: Lord of the Ants            Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60           Airdate: 5/20/2008 9:00 PM/501           Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Every so often a giant emerges on the stage of science, someone who transcends the narrow boundaries of a
particular line of research and alters our perspective on the world. E.O. Wilson is such a man. In "Lord of the
Ants," NOVA profiles this soft-spoken Southerner renowned for his scientific study of ants that led to his 1975
book "Sociobiology: The New Synthesis," where he put forth the notion that evolutionary principles could
explain social behavior throughout the animal kingdom, including in humans. Though sociobiology was a
controversial new discipline at the time, today experimental science shows that genes do play a role in aspects
of human behavior. E.O. Wilson is an icon of our times: a lord of the ants who sought to explain nature on earth
and who now fights for its survival through his worldwide conservation efforts. Actor and environmentalist
Harrison Ford narrates this engaging portrait of a ceaselessly active scientist and eloquent writer, who has
accumulated two Pulitzer Prizes among his many other honors.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           PHMM 000000
Series Title: Phoenix Mars Mission: Ashes to Ice             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/3/2008 8:00 PM        Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
"Phoenix Mars Mission: Ashes to Ice" follows engineers and scientists from all over the world as they race
against the clock to have the Phoenix Mars Lander ready for its narrow window of opportunity to blastoff from
Cape Canaveral on its interplanetary trajectory. Once there, "Phoenix" and its sensitive instruments will have a
window of approximately 90 days to collect data before the brutal Martian winter sets in.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           SEDE 000501
Series Title: Secrets of the Dead             Episode Title: The Hunt for Nazi Scientists        Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/23/2008 5:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
The Hunt For Nazi Scientists tells the dramatic, untold story of the race to capture Germany's top scientists
during the dying days of World War II and is filled with real-life accounts of the secret raids, rare archival
footage, vivid eye-witnesses testimonies, visits to the hidden technological hideaways of the Nazis, and the
exploration of a technological legacy that played itself out well into the Cold War and the race for space.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           SEDE 000603
Series Title: Secrets of the Dead             Episode Title: Herculaneum Uncovered             Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/30/2008 5:00 PM/502            Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
On August 24th, A.D. 79, the people of Herculaneum, a prosperous seaside town in Italy's Bay of Naples,
watched in horror as Mount Vesuvius erupted, hurling a boiling, churning column of gas and ash 10 miles high
into the sky. They saw the wind carry the deadly cloud toward the neighboring city of Pompeii, where the
hapless citizens suffered a slow and torturous death in the poisonous detritus. It was only a matter of time before
Vesuvius would unleash its fury on Herculaneum, killing its citizens in an even more spectacular and gruesome
way.

Category:     Science/Technology
NOLA:         MLNH 009141
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short          Length: 60                Airdate: 6/2/2008 7:00 PM/502


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Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:59
Researchers Examine Impact of Exercise on Aging: Scientists have coined a new term -- geroscience -- to
describe research that aims to slow down aging and delay the onset of age-related diseases like Alzheimer's and
Parkinson's. Researchers are studying the underlying genetic causes of aging and effects of exercise.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          NAAT 002313
Series Title: Nature           Episode Title: Crime Scene Creatures                  Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/2/2008 12:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Meet a host of scientists and law enforcement agents who are enlisting crime-solving recruits from the natural
world. Watch remarkable real-life case studies reconstructed to reveal the elegant detective work that animals
and plants carry out. Flies and their maggots reveal how long a body has lain undiscovered. Microscopic pollen
can match a killer to the scene of his crime. Sniffer dogs can track distant criminals and detect tiny quantities of
gasoline used to mount an arson attack. Even terrorists can be snared by animal crime busters -- maggots found
in the aftermath of an explosion can be analyzed for traces of chemicals, giving vital clues as to who carried out
the attack.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          NBRT 028056
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/2/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris; Big
Bank Shake Ups; Recession or Recovery? Where Is The Economy?; The Corporate Combat Surrounding the
Climate Security Act; "Commentary"-Oil And Digital Technology.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           NOVA 003217
Series Title: NOVA              Episode Title: Newton's Dark Secrets          Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/10/2008 9:00 PM/501             Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
Often hailed as both the first modern scientist and the last of the ancient magicians, Isaac Newton reduced
nature's chaos to a single set of mathematical laws. More than three centuries later, those laws still govern the
way we analyze and forecast the motions of everything from roller coasters to comets. Besides his fundamental
breakthroughs in physics, optics and calculus, Newton poured vast energy into fruitless explorations of alchemy
and religion. With lively period re-creations of key moments in his career and replications of his experiments in
optics and alchemy, NOVA explores how Newton became the giant upon whose shoulders all later scientists
found a place to stand.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           NOVA 003305
Series Title: NOVA             Episode Title: The Ghost Particle              Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/3/2008 9:00 PM/501              Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
The cosmos has a secret ingredient: a swarm of invisible particles that fills every cubic inch of space. Trillions
of them zip through our bodies but we don't notice a thing. Yet without these ghostly, mysterious particles
known as neutrinos, the sun wouldn't shine and the elements that make up our world wouldn't exist. NOVA tells
the 70-year struggle of scientists to understand them, a tale of atom spies, secret laboratories, and mind-
boggling disappearances. This is the story of a discovery that shatters scientists' understanding of what the
universe is made of, and could bring us closer than ever to understanding how the universe was first formed.



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Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           SEED 000000
Series Title: Seeing in the Dark             Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 6/11/2008 9:00 PM/501               Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
This state-of-the-art documentary introduces viewers to the rewards of first-person, hands-on astronomy.
Written, produced and narrated by award-winning filmmaker, journalist and best-selling author Timothy Ferris,
the program is based on Ferris' 2002 book, "Seeing in the Dark," named one of the 10 best books of the year by
The New York Times. The program features high-definition astrophotography and introduces men and women,
both professionals and amateurs, who have seen and captured phenomenal images within and beyond our solar
system and galaxy.

Category:     Science/Technology
NOLA:          EEDI 000201
Series Title: Everyday Edisons        Episode Title: I'm an Everyday Edison       Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/22/2008 2:00 PM            Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Other
Vietnam-born Michael Diep creates a cat's scratching post that improves on existing models. Matt Fleming's
new take on ping pong re-invents one of the most popular games of all time. Serial inventor Theodore
Tomaiuolo re-invents the first-aid bandage, and James Jenkins solves a common shopping problem with his
innovative design. Mark and Cody Fox, two brothers with a famous father, improve on a common textbook
problem; and Mingwei Zhang, a Chinese acupuncturist, devises a new fitness product.

Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           MLNH 009151
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:13:50
Web Tools Help to Reshape '08 Campaign Trail: A new report from the Pew Internet and American Life Project
finds that a record-breaking 46 percent of Americans have used the Internet, e-mail or cell phone text messaging
to get news about the campaigns. Analysts examine how new Web-based tools are expanding the campaign
trail.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:07:44
Ongoing Midwest Flooding Threatens Mississippi River Levees: As the Mississippi River continues to rise
through Iowa, Illinois and Missouri, federal officials fear many of the existing levees will fail, stressing the
region's flood prevention system. A civil engineer discusses the science of levees.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          MLNH 009155
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 6/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:05:44
NASA Lander Discovers Evidence of Ice on Mars: NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander found evidence of water-
based ice on Mars, confirming some scientists' theories. Scientist Peter Smith of the University of Arizona
discusses the discovery.


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Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           EEDI 000202
Series Title: Everyday Edisons               Episode Title: The Dream Team              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 6/29/2008 2:00 PM           Service: PBS-PLUS           Format: Other
Inventor Sheldon Levinson introduces viewers to a bubble machine with a twist; nurses Mary Kisko and Lisa
Glickstein show off their innovative pet accessory; and MIT student Aaron Tang's invention is an alarm clock
that will get anyone out of bed. Co-inventors Randall Hatfield and Joseph Simmons solve an electrical cord
problem; stay-at-home dad William Pitt creates every skateboarder's dream; and Robert Lemire creates the
perfect picture-hanging device.

Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           FROW 000705
Series Title: Frontline/World           Episode Title: Jesus in China          Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/25/2008 1:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
As the world spotlight hits China this summer, reporter Evan Osnos goes inside one of the country's most
important, but least understood movements - China's underground churches. A joint project of
FRONTLINE/World and the Chicago Tribune, "Jesus in China" examines the wave of Christianity that has
been sweeping across the country in recent years, and the different ways the Chinese ruling party - officially
atheist - is now racing to control it. Also in this hour, two more stories from a small planet, including, "Living
on the Edge," producer/reporter Martin Smith's sobering look at communities around the world already
devastated by global climate change, and the story of a new movement of architects out to help solve
humanitarian problems through design.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          MLNH 009161
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 6/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:07:42
Oregon Discovery Challenges Beliefs About First Humans: Until recently, most scientists believed that the first
humans came to the Americas 13,000 years ago. But new archaeological findings from a cave in Oregon are
challenging that assumption. Lee Hochberg of Oregon Public Television reports on the controversial discovery.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          NBRT 028074
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/26/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Dow's Drastic 358 Point Dive; Commerce Secretary Carlos
Gutierrez Talks About The Economy's Slow Growth; "Just Price Solutions" Could Open The Door To Home
Ownership For First Time Buyers; "Bill of Health"-Robo Replacements.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          NOSN 000301
Series Title: NOVA scienceNOW              Version: SD-Embedded Promo                   Length: 60
Airdate: 6/25/2008 9:00 PM/502             Service: PBS           Format: Magazine
Dark matter; experiments with memory loss in mice; "digital detective" Hany Farid, Professor of Computer
Science at Dartmouth; and the "wisdom of the crowd."

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NOLA:          NOVA 003412
Series Title: NOVA            Episode Title: Secrets of the Samurai Sword
Version: SD-Embedded Promo           Length: 60             Airdate: 6/24/2008 9:00 PM/501
Service: PBS          Format: Documentary          Segment Length: 00:56:46
English archers had their longbows, Old West sheriffs had their six-guns, but samurai warriors had the most
fearsome weapon of all: the razor-sharp, unsurpassed technology of the katana, or samurai sword. In this
program, NOVA probes the centuries-old secrets that went into forging what many consider the perfect blade.

Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           NOWD 000426
Series Title: NOW on PBS                Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 6/27/2008 8:30 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
This week NOW takes a look at the non-profit organization Just Price Solutions and the man behind it, Brian
Cosgrove. Cosgrove identified a problem: many low or moderate income borrowers were getting steered into
subprime scams because they had low credit scores. But these scores were often low because the home buyers
simply didn't take out enough loans or credit cards. Cosgrove's goal was to help the millions of Americans with
lower incomes purchase a home without being caught in a "subprime" nightmare, so he and his team created an
online software application to measure creditworthiness differently: their track record of paying regular bills,
like rent and utilities. By making it cheaper and easier to analyze creditworthiness, Just Price Solutions helps
banks offer affordable mortgages to people who would otherwise be forced to pay high interest rates.

Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:           NANO 000101
Series Title: Nanotechnology: The Power of Small                  Episode Title: Watching Me, Watching You
Version: SD-Base         Length: 60 Airdate: 6/10/2008 8:00 PM                  Service: APT EXCHANGE
Nanotechnology will enable easy, ubiquitous and convenient sensor, surveillance and tracking technologies to
be employed by almost anyone. Its applications range from keeping track of grandpa on his more befuddled
days to tracking teen buying behavior to the identification and background retrieval of potential terrorists as
they enter an airport or visit a "critical" part of a major city. With such technologies cheap and available to
anyone, the key question is who gets tracked? Who has the right and the authority to engage in such activities?
 Do we have the right to be informed if we're being watched? And who has access to the information?

Category:       Science/Technology
NOLA:           NANO 000102
Series Title: Nanotechnology: The Power of Small             Episode Title: Forever Young
Version: SD-Base          Length: 60          Airdate: 6/17/2008 8:00 PM           Service: APT EXCHANGE
Over the next two decades, nanotechnology will enable major advances in our abilities to detect, treat, and
prevent disease. Our distinguished panel explores issues raised by these new technologies. How do we prepare
 for the probable progression of medical practice from disease treatment to prevention and finally to
enhancement of the human body? What are the ethical implications of "improving" on humanity and how will
 that influence how we think about who we are? If we go beyond disease to delay or even subvert the aging
 process, what are the implications to society and to our understanding of human nature? Who will have access
to these new technologies? Should such activities be limited or forbidden?




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Category:      Science/Technology
NOLA:          NANO 000103
Series Title: Nanotechnology: The Power of Small              Episode Title: Clean, Green and Unseen
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60        Airdate: 6/24/2008 8:00 PM          Service: APT EXCHANGE
Nanotechnology seems poised to deliver urgently needed advances in sustainable and clean energy technologies
 and environmental cleanup. However, there are still uncertainties about the health and environmental impact of
the tiny engineered particles that enable these technologies. How persistent are these particles in the
environment? What kinds of interactions do they have with living things, including us? Are our laws and
regulations adequate to protect us and protect our environment? With all new technologies and new materials,
information is never perfect, but do we have enough knowledge to make sensible decisions? And who gets to
decide?

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Category:       Sexuality
NOLA:           CARR 000103 Stacked
Series Title: Carrier           Episode Title: Super Secrets/Squared Away
Version: SD-Stacked Embedded Promo                      Length: 120
Airdate: 4/28/2008 9:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
"Super Secrets" -- The ship’s location and itinerary are classified. Details of how the nuclear reactor works are
top secret. Many aspects of life on a nuclear aircraft carrier are hush-hush. Dating and sex aboard ship are
strictly forbidden, but according to one sailor, with 5,000 people on board, relationships are "inevitable,"
resulting in a "don’t ask, don’t tell" policy that applies to relationships as well as sexual orientation. When the
Nimitz pulls into Hong Kong for a four-day port call, a scandal dramatically alters the lives of two sailors. As
the ship departs, the crew learns their itinerary has changed. The captain announces that they are heading for
Korea, but the crew can’t share this information with their families back home...because it’s a secret. "Squared
Away" -- Mentoring and camaraderie are what hold the ship together. But life on deployment is stressful for
everyone aboard, and there can be considerable friction between enlisted personnel and their superiors. Port
calls allow sailors to blow off steam, but they don’t relieve all the pressure. In Guam, a young sailor coming to
terms with his upbringing can’t play by the rules and is forced out of the Navy. From Guam, the Nimitz sails
through the Straits of Malacca, past Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, the last liberty call before the long haul to the
Persian Gulf.

Category:     Sexuality
NOLA:          MLNH 009129
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:11:36
Calif. Court Ruling Renews Debate Over Gay Marriage: The California Supreme Court cleared the way for
same-sex marriages in the state Thursday, striking down a ban on gay and lesbian nuptials as unconstitutional.
Analysts examine reaction to the ruling and its possible impact on the gay marriage debate.




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Category:     Sexuality
NOLA:          AMEX 001912
Series Title: American Experience          Episode Title: Summer of Love         Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/24/2008 1:00 PM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
In the summer of 1967, thousands of young people from across the country flocked to San Francisco's Haight-
Ashbury district to join in the hippie experience, only to discover that what they had come for was already
disappearing. By 1968 the celebration of free love, music, and an alternative lifestyle had descended into a
maelstrom of drug abuse, broken dreams, and occasional violence.

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Category:      Social Services
NOLA:           BMJL 001152
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base                Length: 60
Airdate: 4/5/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
David Beckmann - Bread for the World: Bill Moyers talks with the president of Bread for the World about the
challenges of combatting hunger; Hope in the Congo?: THE JOURNAL takes viewers on the ground in the
Democratic Republic of Congo to follow aid workers and local relief efforts that are bringing hope to a
forgotten land. "The aid agencies are almost substituting for a social welfare system that hasn't operated in these
areas for decades," says Dominic MacSorley, Emergency Director for Concern Worldwide, an international aid
organization.

Category:      Social Services
NOLA:          BMJL 001201
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal          Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/12/2008 2:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
David Beckmann - Bread for the World: Bill Moyers talks with the president of Bread for the World about the
challenges of combatting hunger; EXPOSÉ - Cash Cows and Starter Cowboy Kits: BILL MOYERS JOURNAL
teams up with the PBS series EXPOSÉ: AMERICA'S INVESTIGATIVE REPORTS to follow the trail of
Washington Post reporters who uncovered more than $15 billion in "wasteful, unnecessary, or redundant
expenditures" that have flowed from Washington to America's farmers; Hunger in America: Why are America's
food banks suffering shortages? Find out what you can do to help.

Category:      Social Services
NOLA:          COSE 014067
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base         Length: 60
Airdate: 4/1/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS    Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A conversation with Ted Turner, Former Vice Chairman, AOL Time Warner Incorporated. Turner discusses his
$1 billion donation to United Nations programs.




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Category:       Social Services
NOLA:            COSE 014068
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/2/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
An hour with Pete Peterson, co-founder and senior chairman of The Blackstone Group. Peterson will give $1
billion to his new foundation, The Peter G. Peterson Foundation, to help solve some of the country's biggest
economic problems. He discusses how he sees the current economic crisis, sovereign wealth funds, and his
relationship with Blackstone co-founder and CEO, Steve Schwarzman.

Category:      Social Services
NOLA:          MLNH 009105
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The               Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/11/2008 7:00 PM/502              Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Rising Food Prices Felt Around the World: Soaring food prices and recent jumps in the price of rice -- a critical
food in the developing world -- have impacted communities and aid organizations across the globe. Independent
Television News reports on the increased price of rice.

Category:      Social Services
NOLA:          AMEX 002007
Series Title: American Experience           Episode Title: Roberto Clemente                Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/21/2008 9:00 PM/502            Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Baseball great Roberto Clemente's talent and inimitable style drew legions of fans, but as this AMERICAN
EXPERIENCE production reveals, he was more than an exceptional baseball player. He was also a committed
humanitarian who challenged racial discrimination and worked for social justice.

Category:      Social Services
NOLA:           COSE 014096
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/12/2008 11:30 PM/503                Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, an update from the U.N. on relief efforts in Myanmar with Josette Sheeran, Executive Director of the
United Nations World Food Programme and John Holmes, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs
and Emergency Relief Coordinator. Then, a conversation with Randi Weingarten, current president of the
United Federation of Teachers (UFT), American Federation of Teachers (AFT), AFL-CIO.

Category:        Social Services
NOLA:            MLNH 009121
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 5/5/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:09:17
Massive Cyclone Ravages Myanmar, Tests Government: A large cyclone hit the nation of Myanmar Saturday,
bringing widespread damage and causing major harm to its citizens, killing upwards of 10,000 people. Relief
agencies are rushing to respond, and the event is seen by many as a test of the military junta's ability to direct
the relief effort.




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Category:      Social Services
NOLA:          MLNH 009122
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:10:22
Cyclone Death Toll Soars as Myanmar Reels From Disaster: The estimated death toll from Saturday's cyclone
in Myanmar increased to 22,000 Tuesday with 41,000 still missing and possibly 1 million left homeless,
according to relief agencies. The head of the U.S. embassy in Rangoon and a reporter recap the situation.

Category:       Social Services
NOLA:           MLNH 009123
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 5/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:08:51
Death Toll Rises in Myanmar as Aid Groups Face Obstacles: A senior U.S. diplomat in Myanmar said
Wednesday that the death toll from Tropical Cyclone Nargis could reach 100,000, as disease outbreaks remain a
threat and some aid groups face difficulty gaining access to the country. A United Nations official discusses
efforts to provide humanitarian aid to the military-ruled country.

Category:       Social Services
NOLA:           MLNH 009124
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60            Airdate: 5/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:10:25
Aid Begins to Trickle Into Myanmar but Recovery Is Slow: The first relief shipments arrived in Myanmar
Thursday after resistance from the country's reclusive military government to foreign assistance. Shari
Villarosa, the top U.S. diplomat in Rangoon, and UNICEF's Richard Bridle discuss the aid response for the tens
of thousands left homeless by the cyclone.

Category:      Social Services
NOLA:           MLNH 009125
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60              Airdate: 5/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review             Segment Length: 00:14:12
Damage in Myanmar Is Revealed as Aid Trickles In: As thousands of people in Myanmar continue to languish
in the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis, humanitarian assistance is slowly trickling in despite disputes with the
country's military rulers over the distribution of the aid. Two aid officials update the situation.

Category:      Social Services
NOLA:          MLNH 009127
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 5/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:06:19
Aid Organizations Face Continuing Hurdles in Myanmar: France, Britain and Germany called for humanitarian
aid to continue to flow to cyclone-ravaged Myanmar despite sporadic government resistance. Andrew
Kirkwood, country director for Save the Children in Myanmar, describes the challenges aid groups are facing.




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Category:       Social Services
NOLA:           AMEX 000702
Series Title: American Experience | FDR
Episode Title: The Grandest Job in the World/The Juggler               Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 150         Airdate: 5/19/2008 9:00 PM/502             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
The first segment, "The Grandest Job in the World," focuses on the first two terms of Roosevelt's presidency
and explores the central paradox of his presidency: that a man of privilege came to be a hero to a vast and varied
coalition of ordinary Americans and a villain to members of his own social class. The episode moves inside the
Oval Office to show FDR's response to the massive problems posed by the Great Depression, and out to the
heartland to document how his programs and personal style - ebullient, risk-taking and surprisingly cunning -
restored hope to Americans who had lost hope. This section also looks at how FDR engineered the "splendid
deception" that hid the extent of his physical disability from the American people and how his relationship with
his wife affected both his personal and political life. The last section, "The Juggler," is devoted to the wartime
years, using FDR's remarkable correspondence with Winston Churchill to chart the calculated and even devious
path by which the American president maneuvered support for England before he led his country through the
greatest war in history. This segment also traces FDR's management of the war, including his growing personal
ties to Churchill and his relationship with Stalin and the Soviet Union, and explores Eleanor's attempt to
convince him to maintain the principles of the New Deal, despite the pressures of war.

Category:     Social Services
NOLA:         MLNH 009130
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 5/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:08:49
U.N. Chief Details Diplomatic Efforts on Myanmar Crisis: Two major natural disasters have hit Myanmar and
China in as many weeks. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon discusses the two crises, and diplomatic efforts
to get the Myanmar government to quicken its pace of allowing in foreign assistance.

Category:      Social Services
NOLA:          MLNH 009131
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The                Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/19/2008 7:00 PM/502              Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
China Mourns Quake Victims as Rescues Ebb: China begins three days of mourning Monday as millions of
Chinese pause from their daily lives to remember victims of the May 12 earthquake as well as offer aid to those
who must now rebuild their lives.

Category:     Social Services
NOLA:         MLNH 009135
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 5/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:09:12
Myanmar OKs Greater Access for Aid Workers but Obstacles Remain: U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon said Friday
that Myanmar's ruling junta had agreed to allow "all aid workers" into the cyclone-ravaged country -- although
questions remain as to the timing and logistics of such access. Two aid officials discuss the state of relief
efforts.




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Category:     Social Services
NOLA:         MLNH 009138
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 5/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:08:07
Myanmar's Government Slowly Opens to Foreign Aid: Weeks after Cyclone Nargis devastated portions of
Myanmar, its reclusive government has slowly allowed small numbers of foreign aid workers to enter the
country. U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs John Holmes updates the humanitarian
situation.

Category:      Social Services
NOLA:           RREV 000101
Series Title: Retirement Revolution            Episode Title: Hazards and Vicissitudes         Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/25/2008 3:00 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Other
This episode illustrates the origins of retirement and how it has evolved over the past several decades, from the
Depression era, the birth of Social Security and Medicare to today's climate of economic uncertainty and what it
means for baby boomers' financial futures.

Category:       Social Services
NOLA:           MLNH 009145
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short               Length: 60           Airdate: 6/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review               Segment Length: 00:02:59
Myanmar Cyclone Victims Face Continued Hardships: A month has passed since Cyclone Nargis struck
Myanmar and, in the interim, international aid groups negotiated with the country's reclusive military regime for
better access to the stricken country. ITN's Channel 4 News correspondent Inigo Gilmore provides an update.

Category:     Social Services
NOLA:         MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:11:26
In Rwanda, U.S.-Backed Program Improves Access to AIDS Drugs: A U.S. program to curb AIDS in Africa is
having success providing antiretroviral drugs to AIDS patients in Rwanda -- particularly pregnant women and
newborns. Health correspondent Susan Dentzer begins a series of reports examining the impact of the American
effort.




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Category:        Transportation
NOLA:            AMEX 000601
Series Title: American Experience
Episode Title: Amelia Earhart                    Version: SD-Embedded Promo                    Length: 60
Airdate: 4/7/2008 9:00 PM/502                    Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, and the first to cross the North American
continent alone. Her exploits as an aviator, her beauty and intelligence, her independence and charm made her a
national heroine. Seemingly invincible, Earhart tirelessly traveled and lectured, a champion of aviation and
equal opportunity for women. But her cheering public didn't know the cost of her courage. The record-breaking
flights, the aerial exhibitions and races, the interviews to support her favorite causes, the endless speeches and
promotional commitments, together with household responsibilities, health problems, and financial worries,
combined to push Earhart to the point of exhaustion. In 1937, she set out to accomplish yet another first: to
circle the earth along the equator on an east-west flight. Friends warned that her preparations were hurried, even
careless. When her plane disappeared without a trace, the "First Lady of the Air" was instantly transformed into
an American legend.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:           MLNH 009099
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:14:43
FAA Inspectors Claim Agency Was Lax on Safety Enforcement: Veteran Federal Aviation Administration
inspectors told a House committee Thursday that safety violations by Southwest Airlines were ignored by their
supervisors due to the "cozy" relationship between FAA officials and the airline. An analyst examines federal
oversight of commercial airlines.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          MLNH 009104
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 4/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:16:15
FAA Audits Deal New Blow to Airline Industry, Travelers: American Airlines canceled some 900 flights
Thursday for a third day of deep-reaching schedule changes due to a new round of tighter FAA safety
inspections. An airline safety expert and an FAA representative examine the impact on the airline industry and
on passengers.

Category:     Transportation
NOLA:         NBRT 028012
Series Title: Nightly Business Report                Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/1/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Wall Street's Rally Is No April Fool's Joke; Democrats and Republicans Join Together To Search
For A Solution To The Housing Crisis; Rising Gas Prices & The Economy Are Stalling Car Sales; "Of Mutual



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Interest"-Christine Benz, Director of Mutual Fund Analysis For Morning Star; "Last Word"-What Does $37B
Buy?; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Hugh Johnson, Chairman of Johnson Illington
Advisors.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028018
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 4/9/2008 6:30 PM/500          Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Neiderauer;
Oil Prices Gush to a New Record High; The Boeing 787 Dreamliner Nightmare; The President and Congress
Come Together To Fight Foreclosures; "Street Critique"-Toan Tran, Equity Strategist at Morningstar; "Kevin
McCormallys"- Write-offs for Non-itemizers.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028021
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30        Airdate: 4/14/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Richard Bove, Banking Analyst at Punk,
Ziegel and Company; Wachovia And Bear Stearns Deliver 1st Quarter Disappointment; Delta And Northwest
May Be Filing A Merger Flight Plan; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"- Stepping Up Tax Basis on Inheritance;
"Last Word"-Tax Toll.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028022
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/15/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Financial Chips Are Stacked in Intel's Favor; The Delta-
Northwest Merger Lands, Makes Its First Successful Stop; The Sub-Prime Mortgage Mess Threatens Student
Loans; P&G CEO A.G. Lafley on Inspiration And Innovation; "Of Mutual Interest," -Tracking Bear Market
Funds; "Kevin McCormally's Tax Tips"-Deadline Day.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028031
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/28/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Sweet Mars/Wrigley's Deal; Boeing Says Its 787 Is Ready
For Take Off; American Trucking Association's CEO Bill Graves Explains The Impact of Oil Prices On His
Industry; "Commentary"-Financial Aid For Low Income Families.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NOVA 003509
Series Title: NOVA            Episode Title: Car of the Future            Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/22/2008 9:00 PM/501             Service: PBS         Format: Other
Tom Magliozzi has a problem. The wacky co-host of NPR's Car Talk needs to replace his beloved 1952 MG
roadster. But where do you turn to in today's car market? Is new technology about to transform the way we
drive? Join Tom and Brother Ray, Click and Clack, as they take a light-hearted but shrewd look at America's
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Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028035
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/2/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Latest Labor Report Works Up New Optimism; The
Federal Reserve Teams Up With Europe's Central Bankers; China's Gaming Industry Has Evolved Into A High
Roller; "Market Monitor"-Julius Maldutis, President And Chief Airline Analyst for Aviation Dynamics; "Last
Word"-"Tea and Sub-prime Sympathy."

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028036
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/5/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Summer Driving Season Drives Oil Prices Above $120;
Microsoft Bails on the $42B Yahoo! Bid; One on One with Warren Buffett, Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway; "A
Tale of Five Cities"-Washington, DC; "Commentary"-Optimism In An Ailing Economy; "Last Word"-
Chrysler's Answer to the Gas Crisis.

Category:     Transportation
NOLA:         MLNH 009135
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60            Airdate: 5/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:11:18
Consumers Face Tough Choices as Gas Prices Rise: As the summer travel season begins this Memorial Day
weekend, American motorists are shifting their consumption patterns as they adjust to higher prices at the gas
pump. Experts examine how consumers are handling the higher fuel prices.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028047
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/20/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Rises, Stocks Fall & Producer Prices Are Pumped;
Transportation Stocks Are Pumped; Prince William County Fights The Foreclosure Flood; "Pain at the Pump,"-
Alternative Commuting; "Of Mutual Interest"- Jason Zweig, Investing Columnist for "Money" magazine and
Author of "Your Money and Your Brain."

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028050
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/23/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Dennis Decota, Exec. Dir. California Service
Station & Automotive Repair Association; The Housing Market Continues To Head Toward The Basement;
Large Caps Are Doing Small Things In This Rough Economy; "Market Monitor"-Douglas Jimerson, Editor and
Publisher of "National Trendlines;" "Last Word"-Antler Increase.




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Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028052
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30             Airdate: 5/27/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with Stephen Wood, Senior Portfolio Strategist at
Russell Investments; Bargain Hunters Give New Home Sales A Much Needed Boost; Airline Stocks Rise as
Crude Oil Prices Fall; The Slow Economy Has Employers Putting The Brakes On Perks; "Of Mutual Interest"-
John Waggoner, Mutual Fund Columnist at "USA Today."

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028053
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 5/28/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Crude Oil Prices Continue to Rise; Air Travel Is Losing Class;
Sales Tax Meets Cyber Sales; "Street Critique"-Gene Marcial, "Inside Wall Street" Columnist at
"BusinessWeek;" "Money File"-Growing A Teen Millionaire.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028054
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30         Airdate: 5/29/2008 6:30 PM/500               Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Dell Computes Big Earnings And Surprising Overseas Sales;
The Slowing Economy Has Shoppers Speeding To Warehouse Clubs; The End of the Bear Stearns Era; The
Airline Industry's Tug of War With Technology For Business Travelers; "Commentary"-Getting On Board With
Online Voting.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:           COSE 014116
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/9/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Luca di Montezemolo, president of Ferrari. Then, a conversation with CBS's Jim
Nantz about his book "Always By My Side: A Father's Grace and a Sports Journey Unlike Any Other."

Category:       Transportation
NOLA:           COSE 014117
Series Title: Charlie Rose              Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/10/2008 11:30 PM/503                 Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the price of oil with Charles Maxwell, Richard Berner, James Burkhard and Amy
Myers Jaffe. Then, a conversation with author Misha Glenny about his book "McMafia: A Journey Through the
Global Criminal Underworld."

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028057
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/3/2008 6:30 PM/500            Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; New Concerns About Lehman Brothers' Liquidity; Inflation
Continues To Draw Strength From The Sagging Dollar; SUV Drivers Looking To Downsize Are Hitting



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Financial Roadblocks; "Of Mutual Interest"-William Hench, Assistant Portfolio Manager, Royce Opportunity
Fund; "Last Word"-The Bubbly That Swims With The Fishes.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028059
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Short
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/5/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Credit Rating Agencies Get An Overhaul; Lawmakers Gun For
Bear in the Bear Stearns Bail Out; Honeywell Aerospace CEO Robert Gillette Talks About Flying Amid The
Fuel Crisis; "Green Options"-Recycling And Reusing Soybean Oil; "Commentary"-Capital Costs.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028062
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/10/2008 6:30 PM/500              Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Higher Interest Rates May Be On The Horizon; Spirit Airlines'
CEO Shares His Company's Financial Flight Plan; Economic Choices 2008 - Obama And McCain And Taxes;
"Of Mutual Interest,"-Real Estate Mutual Funds; "Commentary"-Ways to Repair Our Financial Regulatory
System; "Last Word"-Presents For Dad.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028065
Series Title: Nightly Business Report            Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 6/13/2008 6:30 PM/500           Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks In The News; Gas Prices Pump Up Consumer Prices; Corn Prices Continue
To Pop As Flood Waters Rise; Commuters Resort to the Rails As Gas Prices Rise; "Market Monitor"- John
Hughes, President of Quantum Capital Management; "Commentary"-The Rules Of Doing Business Overseas.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:           MLNH 009155
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60              Airdate: 6/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:05:39
Denver Battles Fuel Prices with New Mass Transit Plan: In response to soaring fuel costs, Denver city planners
are taking steps toward expanding the city's public transportation system.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028069
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/19/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS         Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; The Great Mortgage Fund Crackdown; Investment Strategists
Offer Their Outlook For Oil And Stocks; Rep. Barney Frank Explains the Building of the Mortgage Bailout
Bill; "Commentary"-Talking Up Innovative Inspiration; "Last Word"-Homemade Hybrid.




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Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          MLNH 009158
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/25/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:09:21
As Oil Prices Rise, Carmakers Look to Electric Future: Rising oil prices and improvements in battery
technology are fueling new interest in developing electric cars. Spencer Michels reports on how industry giants
and start-up car companies alike plan to release new vehicles by 2010.

Category:      Transportation
NOLA:          NBRT 028073
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/25/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS                 Format: Magazine
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Interest Rates Remain Unchanged; The SEC's New Rules For
Credit Rating; "Green Options"-Governor Charlie Crist's Climate for Change Conference; "Money File"-
Uncovering Affordable Travel Deals.

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Category:       Urban Development, Urban Decay
NOLA:           MLNH 009097
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:09:09
In New Orleans, Reinventing the Idea of Public Housing: As New Orleans recovers from Hurricane Katrina,
public housing units set for demolition will be replaced by "neighborhood-style" communities that will be
available to residents with a mix of income levels -- a plan that has raised some debate in the storm-ravaged
area.

Category:     Urban Development, Urban Decay
NOLA:         MLNH 009098
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:10:16
Washington, D.C., Schools Chief Faces Tough Choices: In the latest in a series of reports on school reform in
Washington, D.C., and New Orleans, John Merrow checks in with D.C. schools chief Michelle Rhee, who has
had to make difficult -- and controversial -- decisions regarding school closures and staff cuts.




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Category:       Urban Development, Urban Decay
NOLA:           MLNH 009099
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 4/3/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS             Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:08:36
Leaders Struggle to Bolster New Orleans Schools: In the latest in a series of reports on urban school reform,
John Merrow reports on how the schools chief in New Orleans plans to deal with some of the most troubled
schools in a city still recovering from Hurricane Katrina.

Category:      Urban Development, Urban Decay
NOLA:          UNCA 000103
Series Title: Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?
Episode Title: Bad Sugar/Place Matters               Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 4/11/2008 10:00 PM                  Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
The high rate of Type 2 diabetes on Tohono O'odham Indian reservations in Southern Arizona is examined,
including the role hopelessness may play in the disease. Also: how neighborhood environments may affect
health.

Category:      Urban Development, Urban Decay
NOLA:          TASM 001394
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/10/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Environmental activist Majora Carter discusses whether the presidential candidates are addressing issues that
are important to inner-city America. Oscar-winning actress Helen Hunt talks about her film directing debut in
"Then She Found Me" and why the film took ten years to make.

Category:       Urban Development, Urban Decay
NOLA:           AMEX 001803
Series Title: American Experience | Las Vegas: An Unconventional History
Episode Title: Las Vegas               Version: SD-Base             Length: 90
Airdate: 6/6/2008 10:00 PM             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
With its well-heeled mobsters and glamorous showgirls, fantastical mega-casinos and dazzling displays of neon,
Las Vegas is the world's most famous monument to reckless abandon and unbridled excess. Produced to
coincide with the city's 100th anniversary, this AMERICAN EXPERIENCE film traces the often surprising,
endlessly entertaining history of the country's most outrageous playground: from its beginnings as a remote
frontier way station to its Depression-era incarnation as the "Gateway to the Hoover Dam"; from its mid-
century heyday as the gangster metropolis known as "Sin City" to its recent renaissance as the fastest growing
city in the United States. The program features interviews with well-known Las Vegas insiders - Steve and
Elaine Wynn, Brian Greenspun - as well as everyday citizens in search of the American dream in this
corporately financed desert fantasyland. Michael Murphy narrates. Part 1 of 2.

Category:      Urban Development, Urban Decay
NOLA:          AMEX 001804
Series Title: American Experience | Las Vegas: An Unconventional History
Episode Title: Las Vegas             Version: SD-Embedded Promo                 Length: 90
Airdate: 6/13/2008 10:00 PM                 Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
With its well-heeled mobsters and glamorous showgirls, fantastical mega-casinos and dazzling displays of neon,
Las Vegas is the world's most famous monument to reckless abandon and unbridled excess. Produced to


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coincide with the city's 100th anniversary, this AMERICAN EXPERIENCE film traces the often surprising,
endlessly entertaining history of the country's most outrageous playground: from its beginnings as a remote
frontier way station to its Depression-era incarnation as the "Gateway to the Hoover Dam"; from its mid-
century heyday as the gangster metropolis known as "Sin City" to its recent renaissance as the fastest growing
city in the United States. The program features interviews with well-known Las Vegas insiders - Steve and
Elaine Wynn, Brian Greenspun - as well as everyday citizens in search of the American dream in this
corporately financed desert fantasyland. Michael Murphy narrates. Part 2 of 2.

Category:      Urban Development, Urban Decay
NOLA:          MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:14:06
New Orleans School Reforms Target Young Readers: The struggle to educate the nation's children in urban
schools has long been an area of reform. In a continuing series of reports on urban school reform, John Merrow
returns to New Orleans schools to examine how young students are learning to read.

Category:     Urban Development, Urban Decay
NOLA:         MLNH 009154
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60              Airdate: 6/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                      Segment Length: 00:09:26
Three Years On, New Orleans Still Struggles With Hurricane Debris: Nearly three years after Hurricane Katrina
hit New Orleans, the city is still coping with the toxic debris the storm left behind. Betty Ann Bowser reports
from New Orleans on the ongoing controversy over the city's landfills.

Category:      Urban Development, Urban Decay
NOLA:           MLNH 009155
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60               Airdate: 6/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:05:39
Denver Battles Fuel Prices with New Mass Transit Plan: In response to soaring fuel costs, Denver city planners
are taking steps toward expanding the city's public transportation system.

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Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           COSE 014072
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/8/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Petraeus and Crocker's testimony on Iraq with former Army Vice Chief of Staff, Jack
Keane, Senator Jack Reed and Senator Jeff Sessions. Then, a discussion with the co-founders of
wowOwow.com; Liz Smith, Lesley Stahl, Jonie Evans and Mary Lawrence.




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Category:     War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:         COSE 014073
Series Title: Charlie Rose          Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/9/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
A discussion about day two of Petraeus and Crocker's testimony on Iraq with John Burns and Dexter Filkins,
both of The New York Times.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           FRON 002608
Series Title: Frontline | Bush's War           Version: SD-Base              Length: 150
Airdate: 4/5/2008 10:00 PM             Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
Part 1 of 2. A history of the Iraq War that features both new and archival reporting, beginning in the year
following 9/11, when the Bush administration was discussing the idea of ousting Saddam Hussein's regime.
Included: divisions within the administration on the matter; what role the UN should play; whether intelligence
linking Hussein to Al Qaeda could be trusted.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           FRON 002610
Series Title: Frontline         Episode Title: Bad Voodoo's War            Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 4/1/2008 10:00 PM/501            Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
In June 2007, as the American military surge reached its peak, a band of National Guard infantrymen who call
themselves "The Bad Voodoo Platoon" was deployed to Iraq. To capture a vivid, first-person account of the
new realities of war in Iraq for FRONTLINE and ITVS, director Deborah Scranton ("The War Tapes") created
"a virtual embed" with the platoon, supplying cameras to the soldiers so they could record and tell the story of
their war. The film intimately tracks the veteran soldiers of "Bad Voodoo" through the daily grind of their
perilous mission, dodging deadly IEDs, grappling with the political complexities of dealing with Iraqi security
forces, and battling their fatigue and their fears.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009097
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 4/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:11:49
Amid Iraq's Uneasy Calm, Maliki and Sadr Vie for Influence: Over the weekend, Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr
ordered his militia to stand down after days of battles with Iraqi and U.S. forces in Basra and parts of Baghdad -
- a move some see as a blow to the authority of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Now, both sides are calculating
what, if anything, was won or lost in the fighting.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009098
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60              Airdate: 4/2/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review             Segment Length: 00:09:02
Memo Outlines Justification for Harsh Interrogation: The Pentagon Tuesday disclosed a 2003 memo, since
rescinded, that outlined the justifications for using harsh interrogation techniques against terror suspects and
said President Bush's wartime authority trumps any ban on torture.




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Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009101
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 4/7/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:12:16
Most Iraq War Movies Enjoy Little Box Office Success: While a plethora of recent movies have focused on the
Iraq war, few have succeeded at the box office. The director of the new film "Stop-Loss" and a film critic
discuss this phenomenon.

Category:     War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:         MLNH 009102
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60           Airdate: 4/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:25:03
Petraeus, Crocker Deliver Iraq Status Report to Congress: In a long-anticipated progress report on Iraq, Army
Gen. David Petraeus and U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker testified before two Senate hearings Tuesday,
where they warned Congress that security gains were "fragile."

Category:     War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:         MLNH 009103
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 4/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:08:07
Petraeus, Crocker Offer Subdued Review of Iraq Mission: General David Petraeus and Ambassador to Iraq
Ryan Crocker continued their reports on Iraq before Congress for a second day. Kwame Holman recaps the
hearings.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009104
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 4/10/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:13:25
Shorter Iraq Tours Aim to Ease Strain on Troops: President Bush supported Gen. David Petraeus' call to halt
future troop drawdowns in Iraq Thursday but also announced that the Army will return to 12-month
deployments to help ease the burden on troops. Military experts debate the impact on the U.S. military and its
capabilities.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          MLNH 009105
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 4/11/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:12:12
In Wake of Iraq Report, Troop Levels Stir Debate: This week, Gen. David Petraeus and Amb. Ryan Crocker
spoke to Congressional panels about the current situation in Iraq and President Bush backed shorter Iraq troop
tours. Analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the week in the news.




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Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           NBRT 028017
Series Title: Nightly Business Report             Version: SD-Base
Length: 30            Airdate: 4/8/2008 6:30 PM/500             Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; One on One with William Gross, Founder & Chief Investment
Strategist of Pimco; Recession Worries Surface Among Fed. Policy Makers; The Price of The Iraq War
Continues To Rise; How Commodity Index Funds Are Changing The Futures Markets; "Kevin McCormally's
Tax Tips"-Joint Returns And Domestic Partners.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          PBCA 000000
Series Title: PBS Previews: Carrier        Version: SD-Date Specific Tease            Length: 30
Airdate: 4/6/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Other
A firsthand look at the upcoming documentary series which follows a group aboard the USS Nimitz.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          TASM 001372
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/10/2008 12:30 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Under Secretary of Defense Douglas Feith defines the Bush doctrine of war and addresses whether it is
an appropriate policy. Actor Thomas Haden Church talks about his new movie, "Smart People."

Category:     War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          TASM 001373
Series Title: Tavis Smiley          Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/11/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Democratic National Committee chair Howard Dean discusses the challenges of the Clinton-Obama race for the
party's nomination. Pennsylvania Rep. Joe Sestak weighs in on today's testimony by Gen. Petraeus before the
House Armed Services Committee.

Category:     War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:         USSW 000000
Series Title: USS Wisconsin: The Last Battleship            Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/13/2008 3:30 AM/500               Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
This documentary tells the story of the USS Wisconsin, defining its unique place in history and profiling the
courageous men who went to war on its decks. This history of the vessel includes archival footage of the USS
Wisconsin in action, and features interviews in which sailors from three wars reminisce about their combat
experiences.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          WWIR 004740
Series Title: Washington Week                Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/4/2008 8:00 PM/502                Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Cleveland rocks and so does this political campaign. We're here to find out why here in northeast Ohio this
week on "Washington Week." Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) said, "Thank you" to the crowd. Sen. John McCain
(R-AZ) said, "Thank you, thank you" to his supporters, and Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) said, "Thank you so
much" to hers. The presidential candidates have come and gone and will return again. States like Ohio are too
important to ignore. Next door in Pennsylvania this week, the Democrats were preparing for the long haul. Sen.


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Clinton said, "Let me tell you something, when it comes to finishing the fight, Rocky and I have a lot in
common. I never quit, I never give up, and I know that we're going to make it together." Sen. Obama replied,
"We've got to remember, "Rocky" was a movie, and so is the idea that somebody can fight for working people
and at the same time embrace the broken system in Washington." While Republican John McCain set out across
the country to reintroduce himself to voters. His announcer referred to him as "John McCain, the American
president Americans have been waiting for." The issues are as thorny as ever, the economy and the war. Who
has the best ideas, the best strategy, and the most money to survive the next big test? We assess that this week
with Jackie Calmes of the Wall Street Journal, John Dickerson of Slate magazine, Michael Duffy of Time
magazine, and Alexis Simendinger of National Journal.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           WWIR 004741
Series Title: Washington Week                  Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 4/11/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
The war in Iraq, rhetoric and reality, plus new help for homeowners, and the week in presidential politics, this
week on "Washington Week." The administration says the news in Iraq is good. Gen. David Petraeus said,
"There has been significant but uneven security progress in Iraq." But not good enough to pull out anytime
soon. The generals want to freeze troop levels. Pres. George Bush said, "General Petraeus says he'll need time
to consolidate his forces and assess how this reduced American presence will affect conditions on the ground.
And I've told him he'll have all the time he needs." The response on Capitol Hill, not so good. Speaker Nancy
Pelosi (D-CA) said, "He is just dragging this out so he can put it at the doorstep of the new president of the
United States." But Congress has at least one other immediate concern: how to signal to strapped American
taxpayers that they're serious about fixing the economy. Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) said, "If we could put up as
much as $30 billion of your money on this kind of a deal, can't we get the same kind of commitment when it
comes to 8,000 people every day losing their homes?" Meanwhile out on the campaign trail, Hillary Clinton's
rough week from Mark Penn to Bill Clinton. We explain why. Covering the week, Peter Baker of the
Washington Post, James Kitfield of National Journal, Michael Viqueira of NBC News, and Karen Tumulty of
Time magazine.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           BMJL 001202
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal             Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/19/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Leila Fadel: Just back from being under fire in Sadr City this week, award-winning journalist Leila Fadel,
Baghdad Bureau Chief for McClatchy, gives viewers on-the-ground analysis of the latest events and close-up
look at the state of the war; Martha Nussbaum: Bill Moyers talks with Martha Nussbaum, the Ernst Freund
Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics at University of Chicago, about church and state, and her
newest book, "Liberty of Conscious: In Defense of America's Tradition of Religious Equality."

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          CARR 000101 Stacked
Series Title: Carrier         Episode Title: All Hands/Controlled Chaos
Version: SD-Stacked Embedded Promo                  Length: 120
Airdate: 4/27/2008 9:00 PM/502               Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
"All Hands" -- On a bright May morning, 5,000 sailors and Marines bid farewell to their loved ones before the
mammoth USS Nimitz pulls out of Coronado, California, and sets a course for Hawaii and beyond. Among the
men and women who live and work on board are an airman who describes the ship as a small town; a pilot who
considers the ship a powerful instrument of diplomacy; a sailor who questions "why we’re fighting to defend


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someone else’s freedom when we barely have our own"; a cook who dishes out 15,000 meals a day; and an
airman who has just learned that his girlfriend is pregnant. "Controlled Chaos" -- The men and women of the
USS Nimitz live beneath the runway of a major airport. They sleep on the roof of a nuclear power plant. It’s a
perilous environment. Their only bulwark against danger and chaos is to bond with their units on board the ship.
The "Shooters," who launch the jets, have a "Circle of Trust;" the Ordies (ordnance personnel) pride themselves
on being a "mafia;" the F-18 squadrons -- the Black Aces, the Hoboes and the Marine Red Devils -- are tight
fraternities.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           CARR 000103 Stacked
Series Title: Carrier           Episode Title: Super Secrets/Squared Away
Version: SD-Stacked Embedded Promo                      Length: 120
Airdate: 4/28/2008 9:00 PM/502                  Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
"Super Secrets" -- The ship’s location and itinerary are classified. Details of how the nuclear reactor works are
top secret. Many aspects of life on a nuclear aircraft carrier are hush-hush. Dating and sex aboard ship are
strictly forbidden, but according to one sailor, with 5,000 people on board, relationships are "inevitable,"
resulting in a "don’t ask, don’t tell" policy that applies to relationships as well as sexual orientation. When the
Nimitz pulls into Hong Kong for a four-day port call, a scandal dramatically alters the lives of two sailors. As
the ship departs, the crew learns their itinerary has changed. The captain announces that they are heading for
Korea, but the crew can’t share this information with their families back home...because it’s a secret. "Squared
Away" -- Mentoring and camaraderie are what hold the ship together. But life on deployment is stressful for
everyone aboard, and there can be considerable friction between enlisted personnel and their superiors. Port
calls allow sailors to blow off steam, but they don’t relieve all the pressure. In Guam, a young sailor coming to
terms with his upbringing can’t play by the rules and is forced out of the Navy. From Guam, the Nimitz sails
through the Straits of Malacca, past Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, the last liberty call before the long haul to the
Persian Gulf.

Category:        War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:            CARR 000105 Stacked
Series Title: Carrier                  Episode Title: Show of Force/Groundhog Day
Version: SD-Stacked Embedded Promo                    Length: 120
Airdate: 4/29/2008 9:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
"Show of Force" -- The mission really kicks off when the Nimitz arrives in the Gulf. The conditions are
extreme: flight deck personnel endure temperatures hovering around 120 degrees, while the pilots undertake
grueling six-hour missions over Iraq. The F-18s are mounted with infrared cameras, enabling them to serve as
the "eyes in the sky" to support the troops on the ground. Some of the pilots are frustrated that they’re not
dropping bombs because, as they describe it, that’s what they’ve been trained to do. The aircraft carrier’s role
and effectiveness in this particular war are questioned. Meanwhile, the strike group searches for terrorists on
small dhows and intercepts cargo ships to search for weapons and bomb-making materials. "Groundhog Day" --
After two months in the Gulf, one day starts to become indistinguishable from the next. The airwing still hasn’t
dropped a single bomb, which is frustrating for some on board. The only relief comes from a port call in
Bahrain, where some sailors relax by the pool, while others visit a mosque and learn about Muslim culture. The
Princeton, one of the escort ships in the Nimitz strike group, loses a man overboard; an intense search to find
the lost sailor ensues.




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Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           CARR 000107 Stacked
Series Title: Carrier           Episode Title: Rites of Passage/True Believers
Version: SD-Stacked Embedded Promo                      Length: 120
Airdate: 4/30/2008 9:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
"Rites of Passage" -- The last day in the Gulf is the last chance to drop bombs before the Nimitz heads home.
The jets take off, laden with ordnance, and return hours later, still carrying the same bombs. As the Nimitz
crosses the equator, the entire ship takes part in the Crossing the Line Ceremony, an ancient maritime ritual. In
the middle of flight operations, a storm arises in the South Indian Ocean. The deck pitches violently, turning the
already dangerous task of landing on the carrier into a nail-biting, heart-pounding drama. "True Believers" --
This episode explores the many expressions of faith onboard the USS Nimitz: faith in self, faith in one’s
shipmates, faith in the mission of the ship and the president’s call to arms. The major religious groups on board
are Catholic and Protestant, but there also is a coven of Wiccans, as well as a Pentecostal group whose newest
member is challenged by the duality of his beliefs and the temptations of liberty as the ship drops anchor in
Perth, Australia.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           COSE 014084
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base               Length: 60
Airdate: 4/24/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with George Shultz. Schultz served as the United States Secretary of Labor from 1969 to
1970, as the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury from 1972 to 1974, and as the U.S. Secretary of State from 1982 to
1989. Then, a conversation with Former Congressman Charlie Wilson (D-TX), best known for leading
Congress into supporting the largest-ever CIA covert operation, which supplied the Afghan mujahideen during
the Soviet war in Afghanistan and subject of the recent film starring Tom Hanks, "Charlie Wilson's War."

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009108
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60             Airdate: 4/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                    Segment Length: 00:13:16
Iran's Role in Iraq, Nuclear Ambitions Cloud U.S. Policy: Six-nation talks over Iran's nuclear ambitions ended
Wednesday in stalemate, though President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said he was open to continued talks. Amid
allegations of an Iranian role in Iraqi violence, analysts consider the state of U.S.-Iranian relations.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          MLNH 009113
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/23/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:09:16
Petraeus Tapped to Head Mideast Central Command: Defense Secretary Robert Gates nominated Wednesday
Gen. David Petraeus to head the U.S. Central Command, which oversees operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Military experts analyze the change in role and what it means for U.S. military efforts in the region.




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Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009114
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 4/24/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:11:28
Government Curries Favor With Military News Analysts: The Pentagon may influence the analysis of some
retired military personnel who appear on television news programs, the New York Times recently reported.
Media insiders discuss the details of this murky world of defense companies, the current administration and the
war in Iraq.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009116
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 4/28/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:07:41
Three U.S. Soldiers Killed in Baghdad Rocket Attack: Three U.S. soldiers were killed in a Baghdad rocket
attack Monday, following a weekend in which U.S. forces killed 45 Shiite militia fighters during fierce battles
in the Iraqi capital. New York Times reporter Michael Gordon updates the story from Baghdad.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009117
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60          Airdate: 4/29/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review         Segment Length: 00:10:02
Iraqis Seek Refuge in U.S. After Working With American Forces: Facing the threat of kidnapping, torture, and
beheadings, Iraqi interpreters who have worked for U.S. forces are seeking refuge for themselves and their
families in the United States. Lee Hochberg of Oregon Public Broadcasting reports on their search for safety.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:            NOVA 003212
Series Title: NOVA                Episode Title: Sinking the Supership         Version: SD-Base
Length: 60           Airdate: 5/1/2008 5:00 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
In April 1945, the largest battleship ever built set out on the ultimate suicide mission. With its crew of 3,000,
Battleship Yamato, the pride of Japan's fleet, sailed to a solo confrontation with the 1500-strong United States
Navy. Attacked by a swarm of U.S. dive bombers, the battleship sank within minutes. A NOVA team discovers
the wreck and retells the Yamato's extraordinary saga through the eyes of the few Japanese crew who survived
the sinking and are still living today. State-of-the-art CGI animation shows viewers what the colossal battleship
was like in all its glory at the time of its launching. The program opens a dramatic perspective on the great age
of battleships and why it ended so abruptly with the Yamato's disastrous sinking.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          TASM 001380
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/22/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
"The Bin Ladens" author Steve Coll explains why the U.S. has not yet caught the wanted leader of Al Qaeda.
TV writer Jessica Queller, author of "Pretty is What Changes," explains why she decided to have a double
mastectomy at age 35.



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Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           TASM 001384
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 4/26/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Pioneering talk show host and "Body of War" executive producer Phil Donahue, explains how the politics of
fear led the U.S. into the Iraq war and keeps Americans complicit. He also talks about the personal pain of the
war we don't see.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:            AMEX 002010
Series Title: American Experience | George H.W. Bush                     Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 90          Airdate: 5/6/2008 9:00 PM/502              Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
The latest in a series of critically-acclaimed presidential portraits, this biography examines the life and career of
our 41st president, from his service in World War II and early career in Texas to his days in the Oval Office.
Drawing upon personal diaries and interviews with his advisors and critics, the film will also explore Bush's
role as the patriarch of a political family whose influence is unequaled in modern American life. Part 2 of 2.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           BMJL 001204
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal               Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/3/2008 2:00 AM/500                   Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Bill Moyers on Reverend Jeremiah Wright: Bill Moyers reflects on his interview with Reverend Jeremiah
Wright; Christopher Cerf and Victor Navasky: Victor Navasky and Christopher Cerf's new book MISSION
ACCOMPLISHED looks back at what the experts told us would happen in Iraq; Kathleen Hall Jamieson: Our
political analyst returns to take stock of the never-ending primary season.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          BMJL 001205
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/10/2008 2:00 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Nurses Standing Tough -- The California Nurses Association: The California Nurses Association proposes
"CheneyCare" for what ails America; Philippe Sands author of "Torture Team:" International lawyer and law
professor Philippe Sands, author of "Torture Team," talks about the approval of coercive interrogation by high-
level American officials.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           CARR 000109 Stacked
Series Title: Carrier                   Episode Title: Get Home-itis/Full Circle
Version: SD-Stacked Embedded Promo                     Length: 120            Airdate: 5/1/2008 9:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
"Get Home-itis" -- A six-month absence places a heavy burden on relationships. The Navy holds seminars to
counsel sailors on what to expect when they return home -- and how to make the transition smooth. The "Tiger
Cruise" ritual allows sailors to invite their family members aboard for the last leg of the deployment. "Full
Circle" -- As the Nimitz makes its final transit from Hawaii to California, the sailors and Marines on board
prepare to return to their homes and families. For those still on board, the "Tiger Cruise" provides a buffer, but
there’s no such transition for those who fly home early from Hawaii. As the Nimitz returns to her home port of
San Diego, sailors and Marines reflect on the deployment and take stock of what they’ve achieved. Was the
mission accomplished? There are tearful, joyful reunions at the pier.


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Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           COSE 014098
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/14/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with the former U.K. ambassador to the United Nations and former special envoy to Iraq,
Sir Jeremy Greenstock. Then, a conversation with retired British Army General, Michael Rose about his book
"Washington's War: From Independence to Iraq (Great Commanders)."

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           COSE 014099
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 5/15/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with American scholar and political commentator, Robert Kagan about his book, "The
Return of History and the End of Dreams." Then, a conversation with author Parag Khanna about his book "The
Second World: Empires and Influence in the New Global Order."

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          MLNH 009119
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/1/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:05:15
U.S. Kills Suspected al-Qaida Leader in Somali Airstrikes: U.S. war planes killed the suspected head of al-
Qaida in Somalia and as many as 30 other people Thursday in overnight airstrikes. The New York Times' East
Africa bureau chief discusses the target and the operation.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009122
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                 Length: 60            Airdate: 5/6/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:10:14
Boeing, Northrop Grumman Clash Over Tanker Contract: Aircraft companies Boeing and Northrop Grumman
are locked in a battle for an air tanker contract from the U.S. Air Force. The fight has stretched from courtrooms
to Capitol Hill, as legislators representing the companies' respective districts join the fray.

Category:     War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:         MLNH 009125
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:08:48
Frances Richey's Poetry Speaks to Son's Role as Soldier: "The Warrior" by Frances Richey is composed of 28
poems written by the poet to her son, Ben, a Green Beret who has served two tours of duty in Iraq. Jeffrey
Brown speaks with Richey and her son about the collection and their unique perspectives on the war.




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Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          MLNH 009129
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 5/15/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:06:14
Funding Bill for Iraq, Afghan Wars Stalls in the House: The latest infusion of funds for U.S. forces fighting in
Iraq and Afghanistan has been delayed by debate in the House of Representatives. Kwame Holman looks at
debate and examines what it will mean for troops on the ground.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           PRFR 000000
Series Title: Price of Freedom; The           Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/7/2008 2:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS-PLUS             Format: Documentary
Despite the brutal ordeal of being a prisoner, many POWs saw their capture as a personal failure and carried
their silent burden for decades. THE PRICE OF FREEDOM is an award-winning film that tells the tale of seven
WWII veterans and how they have come together to restore their self-esteem. Intelligent and heartfelt, this is an
inspiring film sure to resonate with viewers across America, especially soldiers and veterans of all conflicts.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           TASM 001391
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/7/2008 12:30 AM/500                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Iraq commander Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, author of "Wiser in Battle," says there are lessons the U.S.
has yet to learn politically from the war in Iraq. Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall explains how being adopted has
impacted her music and gives a special performance.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           AMEX 000702
Series Title: American Experience | FDR
Episode Title: The Grandest Job in the World/The Juggler               Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 150         Airdate: 5/19/2008 9:00 PM/502             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
The first segment, "The Grandest Job in the World," focuses on the first two terms of Roosevelt's presidency
and explores the central paradox of his presidency: that a man of privilege came to be a hero to a vast and varied
coalition of ordinary Americans and a villain to members of his own social class. The episode moves inside the
Oval Office to show FDR's response to the massive problems posed by the Great Depression, and out to the
heartland to document how his programs and personal style - ebullient, risk-taking and surprisingly cunning -
restored hope to Americans who had lost hope. This section also looks at how FDR engineered the "splendid
deception" that hid the extent of his physical disability from the American people and how his relationship with
his wife affected both his personal and political life. The last section, "The Juggler," is devoted to the wartime
years, using FDR's remarkable correspondence with Winston Churchill to chart the calculated and even devious
path by which the American president maneuvered support for England before he led his country through the
greatest war in history. This segment also traces FDR's management of the war, including his growing personal
ties to Churchill and his relationship with Stalin and the Soviet Union, and explores Eleanor's attempt to
convince him to maintain the principles of the New Deal, despite the pressures of war.




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Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           AMEX 001001
Series Title: American Experience | Truman                  Version: SD-Base               Length: 150
Airdate: 5/25/2008 9:30 PM/502                Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
He was a farmer, a businessman gone bankrupt, an unknown politician from Missouri who suddenly found
himself president. Of all the men who had held the highest office, Harry Truman was the least prepared. But he
would prove to be a surprise. The first night of "Truman" recounts his early struggles and failures as a young
adult, and his undying determination to have an accomplishment to call his own. Truman's success as an army
captain during World War I gave him the confidence to marry his lifelong sweetheart, Bess, and begin his path
into the world of politics. When he landed the vice presidency with FDR in 1944, he had no idea that his world
was about to change forever.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           AMEX 001002
Series Title: American Experience | Truman             Version: SD-Base              Length: 120
Airdate: 5/26/2008 9:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
After Harry Truman's unlikely rise to the presidency, he would face some of the biggest crises of the century.
Truman would end the war with Germany; use the atomic bomb against Japan; confront an expanding Soviet
Union; and wage war in Korea -- all while the woman he adored, his wife Bess, refused to stay in the White
House and play the role of First Lady. On the homefront, Truman was the first president to tackle civil rights
issues for blacks -- a move that would prove controversial when campaigning for his second term. His
unpredictable win over Thomas Dewey in the presidential elections of 1948 proved to Truman that he had
finally separated himself from FDR's shadow. However, his second term brought another war and battles with
Congress to pass health care and civil rights legislation. Exhausted after his second term, Truman relinquished
the presidency and retired to Independence, Missouri, where he lived as a popular and well-loved citizen. In
later years, he would receive recognition for all his accomplishments and come to be admired as a gritty
American original.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           BMJL 001207
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal              Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/24/2008 2:00 AM/500                 Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
EXPOSÉ on the JOURNAL - Chemicals in Our Food: There may be a potentially dangerous chemical leaching
into our food from the containers that we use every day. THE JOURNAL and EXPOSÉ examine why, even
though studies show that the chemical Bisphenol A can cause cancer and other health problems in lab animals,
the manufacturers, their lobbyists, and U.S. regulators say it's safe; Help Wanted: A Bill Moyers essay on the
administration's record of resignations; Jeffrey Toobin: One of the most recognized legal journalists in the
country, discusses what the Supreme Court might look like after the 2008 election; Memorial Day: A Bill
Moyers essay on honoring our veterans this Memorial Day.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:            BMJL 001208
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal             Version: SD-Short               Length: 60
Airdate: 5/31/2008 2:00 AM/500                Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Body of War: Enter the story of Iraq war veteran Tomas Young who was shot and paralyzed less than a week
into his tour of duty. Three years in the making, "Body of War" tells the poignant tale of the young man's
journey from joining the service after 9/11 to fight in Afghanistan, to living with devastating wounds after being



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deployed to Iraq instead; Phil Donahue and Ellen Spiro: Bill Moyers interviews former talk show host Phil
Donahue and Ellen Spiro on the true cost of war and their documentary, "Body of War."

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           COSE 014100
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 5/16/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, U.S. Army (Ret.). Then, an appreciation of artist Robert
Rauschenberg who died on May 12, 2008 of heart failure, on Captiva Island in Florida.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           COSE 014110
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 5/30/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with U.S. Army Col. H.R. McMaster about Iraq. Then, a conversation with author Philip
Bobbitt about his book "Terror and Consent."

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          INLE 000923
Series Title: Independent Lens               Episode Title: New Year Baby                Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/29/2008 3:00 AM/500          Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
Born in a Thai refugee camp on Cambodian New Year, filmmaker Socheata Poeuv grew up in the United States
never knowing that her family had survived the Khmer Rouge genocide. In NEW YEAR BABY, she embarks
on a journey to Cambodia in search of the truth and why her family's history had been buried in secrecy for so
long.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009133
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60              Airdate: 5/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:13:26
Pelosi Predicts Democrats Will Have Nominee in June: With the race for the Democratic nomination reaching
the home stretch and continued clashes between the president and Congress, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
assesses the fight between Sens. Obama and Clinton, the racial, economic and gender divisions in the party, and
the Democrats' legislative battle to end the war Iraq.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:14:25
Iraqi Forces Assert Security Control With Mixed Success: Iraqi forces entered Sadr City in Baghdad this week
to help curb ongoing fighting in the Shiite stronghold. The incursion is part of a wave of offensives that Gen.
David Petraeus said Thursday were helping to improve overall security. Analysts examine the state of the Iraq
conflict.




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Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          MLNH 009136
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:05:04
Candidates, President Praise Veterans on Memorial Day: The presidential candidates celebrated Memorial Day
by praising veterans and focusing on their concerns, while President Bush spoke to military families at
Arlington National Cemetery.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           NCNT 002008
Series Title: National Memorial Day Concert             Version: SD-Base                Length: 90
Airdate: 5/25/2008 8:00 PM/502                 Service: PBS            Format: Event Coverage
Hosted by Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna, this annual Memorial Day concert from the National Mall features a
mix of dramatic readings, documentary footage and live musical performances, along with an all-star line-up of
dignitaries, actors and musical artists. This year, the event will pay special tribute to the veterans of World War
II, Korea and Vietnam and the sacred war memorials built in their honor in Washington, DC. Actor and
decorated World War II veteran Charles Durning will also be recognized for his bravery and sacrifice as part of
the "greatest generation," who stepped forward in a time of need. The valor of the country's newest veterans will
be honored as well through an examination of the bonds that buddies form on the battlefields of Iraq.

Category:         War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:             NOWD 000421
Series Title: NOW on PBS                        Version: SD-Base
Length: 30               Airdate: 5/23/2008 8:30 PM/502                  Service: PBS
There are more women serving in the military than ever before, and they're in danger but not just from combat.
Last year, nearly 1,400 women reported being assaulted and raped by their fellow soldiers, in some cases by
their commanding officers. The shocking phenomenon is called military sexual trauma, or MST. Since NOW
first aired its investigation into rape and sexual assault in the military last year, the Pentagon has released new
reports in which one-third of military women say they've been sexually harassed. And the number of women
reporting assault and rape has essentially remained the same even though the military says it has invested
serious resources to combat the problem. This week NOW talks to women soldiers who signed up to defend
their countries but instead had to defend themselves from assault and rape by their own fellow soldiers. How are
these women picking up the pieces of their life after military sexual trauma?

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           SEDE 000501
Series Title: Secrets of the Dead             Episode Title: The Hunt for Nazi Scientists        Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/23/2008 5:00 AM/500             Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
The Hunt For Nazi Scientists tells the dramatic, untold story of the race to capture Germany's top scientists
during the dying days of World War II and is filled with real-life accounts of the secret raids, rare archival
footage, vivid eye-witnesses testimonies, visits to the hidden technological hideaways of the Nazis, and the
exploration of a technological legacy that played itself out well into the Cold War and the race for space.




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Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           TASM 001406
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base              Length: 30
Airdate: 5/28/2008 12:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former Iraq commander Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, author of "Wiser in Battle," says there are lessons the U.S.
has yet to learn politically from the war in Iraq. Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall explains how being adopted has
impacted her music and gives a special performance.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          TASM 001408
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/30/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
"The Bin Ladens" author Steve Coll explains why the U.S. has not yet caught the wanted leader of Al Qaeda.
TV writer Jessica Queller, author of "Pretty is What Changes," explains why she decided to have a double
mastectomy at age 35.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           TASM 001410
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base            Length: 30
Airdate: 6/3/2008 12:30 AM/500                Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Pioneering talk show host and "Body of War" executive producer Phil Donahue, explains how the politics of
fear led the U.S. into the Iraq war and keeps Americans complicit. He also talks about the personal pain of the
war we don't see.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           BMJL 001209
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal              Version: SD-Short            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/7/2008 2:00 AM/500                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
There’s nothing new in Scott McClellan’s book about the propaganda campaign or the role of the press in
selling the war, so why is it such big news? Journalists Jonathan Landay and John Walcott of McClatchy
newspapers and Greg Mitchell of EDITOR & PUBLISHER examine the performance of the press in the lead up
to the war, the reaction of the administration and the media to McClellan’s book, and how the press is handling
other important stories today. Also, as the contest between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for the
Democratic nomination comes to an end, Bill Moyers sits down with Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Ron Walters
to discuss how race and gender have played out in the presidential campaigns. A media analyst and recurring
JOURNAL guest, Kathleen Hall Jamieson is director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University
of Pennsylvania. Ron Walters is director of the African American Leadership Center at the University of
Maryland.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           COSE 014113
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/4/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, an update on the 2008 Election with Mark Halperin of Time, Al Hunt of Bloomberg News, Errol Louis of
New York Daily News and Connie Schultz, columnist for The Plain Dealer. Then, a conversation with Richard
Engel of NBC News about his book "War Journal: My Five Years in Iraq."




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Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009144
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Short            Length: 60            Airdate: 6/5/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:06:38
Top Air Force Officials Ousted After Series of Missteps: Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates asked for the
resignations Thursday of two senior Air Force leaders, a civilian official and the highest-ranking general. The
move came in response to mishandling of nuclear delivery vehicle parts and a nuclear armed B-52 flight over
the continental U.S.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009149
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60               Airdate: 6/12/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:18:07
Justices Rule Terror Suspects Can Appeal Detentions: A Supreme Court ruling Thursday granted Guantanamo
detainees the right to challenge their cases in civilian courts. Experts examine the case and its impact on anti-
terror efforts.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009150
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60              Airdate: 6/13/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review           Segment Length: 00:06:47
Iraq, U.S. Deadlocked Over Long-term Security Deal: Iraq and the United States are negotiating terms for a
continued U.S. presence there once a U.N. mandate expires at the end of 2008, but quarrels over troop levels
have led to an impasse. A reporter outlines the ongoing negotiations, which have become contentious.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          NBRT 028061
Series Title: Nightly Business Report              Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 6/9/2008 6:30 PM/500                Service: PBS
Market Stats; Paul Kangas' Stocks in the News; Oil Prices Slide As The Dollar Picks Up Strength; The Air
Force Works To Recruit Alternative Fuel Sources; "Get Your Finances Ready for Retirement"-Relocating in
Retirement; "Commentary"-Repairing the Housing Crisis.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           NOWD 000423
Series Title: NOW on PBS               Version: SD-Short             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/6/2008 8:30 PM/502                  Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
NOW's David Brancaccio talks with the former head of U.S. Central Command, Admiral William J. Fallon,
who resigned in March after a year of duty. Fallon was considered to be at odds with the Bush Administration's
Middle East policy toward Iran. The former commander of U.S. military forces in the Middle East and Central
Asia, Fallon was portrayed in Esquire magazine as the man in the military preventing the administration from
going to war with Iran. Fallon thought his profile was twisted into a personal attack on President Bush. Esquire
stood by the story. Also, political columnist and "The Uprising" author David Sirota talks about the populist
movement spreading through the country. Can organizations that operate at the grassroots level create real
political change?


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Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           NOWD 000424
Series Title: NOW on PBS               Version: SD-Base
Length: 30          Airdate: 6/13/2008 8:30 PM/502                      Service: PBS
Of the thousands of U.S. troops getting discharged from the Army each year, many who are suffering from post
traumatic stress disorder and brain injuries aren't getting the vital care they need. The Army claims these
soldiers have pre-existing mental illnesses or are guilty of misconduct. But advocates say this is a way for the
Army to get rid of "problem" soldiers quickly, without giving them the treatment and benefits to which they're
entitled. This week, NOW travels to Fort Hood in Texas to meet traumatized soldiers fighting a new battle, this
one against the army they served. Are soldiers being wrongfully discharged for honorable service?

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          PBCA 000000
Series Title: PBS Previews: Carrier               Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/3/2008 2:30 AM/500              Service: PBS          Format: Other
A firsthand look at the upcoming documentary series which follows a group aboard the USS Nimitz.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          TASM 001414
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base           Length: 30
Airdate: 6/7/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former National Security Advisor Richard Clarke describes the impact political appointees in government posts
have on America's security. "The Best Game Ever" author Mark Bowden discusses the role racial
discrimination played in the NFL in the early days.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           TASM 001420
Series Title: Tavis Smiley              Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/17/2008 12:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Paul Rieckhoff, executive director and founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, explains the need
for a national call to better support our returning troops. Actor Hill Harper, who is on Sen. Obama's National
Finance Committee, discusses the general election campaign and his new book "Letters to a Young Sister:
Define Your Destiny."

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           ANOD 000000
Series Title: Another Day in Paradise                 Version: SD-Base             Length: 90
Airdate: 6/19/2008 1:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
Five thousand people live onboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Nimitz; they all share the same mission:
maintain, arm and fly jets to deliver bombs to the big game - the war in Iraq. ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE
follows a fighter pilot described by his fellow Black Aces as "more of a lover than a warrior;" an ordnance
seaman who discovered right before he departed that his new girlfriend was pregnant; and a tough-talking
Marine who loves to salsa dance. The film offers a rare glimpse into the thoughts and lives of the people who
are fighting America's wars.




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Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           CARR 000101
Series Title: Carrier            Episode Title: All Hands    Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60          Airdate: 6/21/2008 3:00 AM/500           Service: PBS        Format: Documentary
On a bright May morning, 5,000 sailors and Marines bid farewell to their loved ones before the mammoth USS
Nimitz pulls out of Coronado, California, and sets a course for Hawaii and beyond. Among the men and women
who live and work on board are an airman who describes the ship as a small town; a pilot who considers the
ship a powerful instrument of diplomacy; a sailor who questions "why we're fighting to defend someone else's
freedom when we barely have our own"; a cook who dishes out 15,000 meals a day; and an airman who has just
learned that his girlfriend is pregnant.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009151
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60           Airdate: 6/16/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS            Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:04:41
Obama, McCain Talk Economy, Iraq on the Campaign Trail: Presidential candidates Barack Obama and John
McCain hit the campaign trail yesterday to discuss their views on economic policy and Iraq. Kwame Holman
reports on the state of the campaign.

Category:     War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:         MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60              Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review            Segment Length: 00:04:58
Senate Panel Examines Origins of Interrogation Tactics: A Senate Armed Services Committee hearing Tuesday
examined the evolution of interrogation tactics developed for terrorist suspects and how they apply to U.S. law.

Category:     War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:         MLNH 009153
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 6/18/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:07:09
GAO Backs Boeing's Claims in Tanker Contract Dispute: Congressional investigators sided with Boeing
Wednesday in a dispute over the awarding of a $35 billion Air Force tanker contract to competitor Northrup
Grumman. A reporter discusses the decision.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          MLNH 009154
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:11:06
Minority Leader Boehner Details War Funding Moves, Energy Policy Debate: Lawmakers met Thursday to
debate funding allocations for the Iraq and Afghan wars, while continuing to mull how to best address soaring
gas prices. House Minority Leader John Boehner explains GOP priorities in the House and how Congress has
handled its most pressing issues.




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Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          MLNH 009155
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base                Length: 60           Airdate: 6/20/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                Segment Length: 00:13:22
Wiretapping Bill Heads to Senate After Telecoms Debate: The House approved a wide-ranging terror
surveillance overhaul Friday. Caroline Fredrickson of the ACLU and George Terwilliger, a former deputy
attorney general for the first President Bush, examine the measure.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           CARR 000102
Series Title: Carrier          Episode Title: Controlled Chaos          Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/26/2008 2:00 AM/500           Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
The men and women of the USS Nimitz live beneath the runway of a major airport. They sleep on the roof of a
nuclear power plant. It’s a perilous environment. Their only bulwark against danger and chaos is to bond with
their units on board the ship. The "Shooters," who launch the jets, have a "Circle of Trust;" the Ordies
(ordnance personnel) pride themselves on being a "mafia;" the F-18 squadrons -- the Black Aces, the Hoboes
and the Marine Red Devils -- are tight fraternities.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           COSE 014126
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/23/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Scott Shane of The New York Times about his article "Inside a 9/11 Mastermind's
Interrogation." Then, a conversation with television producer Terry Wrong about "Hopkins," a six-part
documentary TV series set at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Finally, an appreciation of comedian George Carlin,
who died of heart failure on June 22, 2008 at the age of 71.

Category:       War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:            COSE 014131
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base           Length: 60
Airdate: 6/30/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS      Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Pakistan with Aitzaz Ahsan, Mark Mazzetti and David Rohde. Then, a conversation
with author Salman Rushdie about his book, "The Enchantress of Florence."

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          HIDE 000601
Series Title: History Detectives           Version: SD-Embedded Promo                  Length: 60
Airdate: 6/30/2008 9:00 PM/502             Service: PBS                  Format: Other
The diary of a WWII pilot; an 1856 book purported to be the memoirs of a New York woman married to a
Mormon elder; an 1853 Napoleon said to be shot by Annie Oakley.




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Category:     War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:         MLNH 009160
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60            Airdate: 6/27/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:10:04
Resurgent Taliban May Step Up Attacks, Pentagon Says: A report released by the Pentagon Friday showed
growing instability in Afghanistan and a continuing rise in Taliban forces. A reporter and a regional expert size
up new security threats and discuss the new report.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:           MLNH 009161
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60             Airdate: 6/30/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                     Segment Length: 00:10:30
U.S. Lacked Clear Plan for Postwar Iraq, Army Report Says: The U.S. Army released a report Monday
outlining the problems that kept it from being able to stabilize Iraq after the U.S.-led invasion in March 2003.
Military experts discuss the report's findings.

Category:      War/Veterans/National Security
NOLA:          WAWO 000101
Series Title: War of the World; The            Episode Title: The Clash of Empires        Version: SD-Base
Length: 60         Airdate: 6/30/2008 10:00 PM/502            Service: PBS         Format: Documentary
The premiere episode, hosted by Harvard historian Niall Ferguson, shows how economic volatility, ethnic
conflict and empires in crisis were the fatal ingredients of World War II. They spawned the 20th century's
bloody conflicts and genocide and led to the rise of the brutal regimes of Germany, Japan and Russia.

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Category:        Women
NOLA:            AMEX 000601
Series Title: American Experience
Episode Title: Amelia Earhart           Version: SD-Embedded Promo             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/7/2008 9:00 PM/502           Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
Amelia Earhart was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, and the first to cross the North American
continent alone. Her exploits as an aviator, her beauty and intelligence, her independence and charm made her a
national heroine. Seemingly invincible, Earhart tirelessly traveled and lectured, a champion of aviation and
equal opportunity for women. But her cheering public didn't know the cost of her courage. The record-breaking
flights, the aerial exhibitions and races, the interviews to support her favorite causes, the endless speeches and
promotional commitments, together with household responsibilities, health problems, and financial worries,
combined to push Earhart to the point of exhaustion. In 1937, she set out to accomplish yet another first: to
circle the earth along the equator on an east-west flight. Friends warned that her preparations were hurried, even
careless. When her plane disappeared without a trace, the "First Lady of the Air" was instantly transformed into
an American legend.




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Category:       Women
NOLA:           COSE 014072
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 4/8/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about Petraeus and Crocker's testimony on Iraq with former Army Vice Chief of Staff, Jack
Keane, Senator Jack Reed and Senator Jeff Sessions. Then, a discussion with the co-founders of
wowOwow.com; Liz Smith, Lesley Stahl, Jonie Evans and Mary Lawrence.

Category:       Women
NOLA:           COSE 014077
Series Title: Charlie Rose           Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 4/15/2008 11:30 PM/503             Service: PBS-PLUS        Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a conversation with Cokie Roberts, Contributing Senior News Analyst for National Public Radio about
her book "Ladies of Liberty: The Women Who Shaped Our Nation." Then, a conversation with dancer and
photographer Mikhail Baryshnikov.

Category:      Women
NOLA:          INLE 000918
Series Title: Independent Lens                Episode Title: Companeras         Version: SD-Base
Length: 60        Airdate: 4/3/2008 3:00 AM/500             Service: PBS        Format: Documentary
COMPAÑERAS profiles America’s first all-female mariachi band, Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles. Founded
in 1994, the band members shatter age-old stereotypes while expanding the popularity of mariachi music. In a
culture and a musical tradition that has always been male-dominated, these women are true pioneers.

Category:       Women
NOLA:           MLNH 009103
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60           Airdate: 4/9/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review        Segment Length: 00:05:13
Tennessee Wins 8th NCAA Women's Basketball Title: The Tennessee Lady Vols beat Stanford Tuesday night
to win their eighth women's NCAA basketball championship. A sports columnist discusses the Lady Vols'
continued success.

Category:      Women
NOLA:           MLNH 009106
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 4/14/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:59
Programs Seek to Aid Low-Paid, Working Women: Millions of women in the United States work long hours at
jobs that do not pay enough to support their families. Elizabeth Brackett reports on several programs set up to
help these working women.




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Category:      Women
NOLA:          TASM 001369
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/5/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Former SCLC Education Director Dorothy Cotton explains the role sexism played in the organizations of the
civil rights movement. Dr. King's former attorney-speechwriter and author of "What Would Martin Say,"
Clarence B. Jones, shares what he believes Dr. King would say about the man who killed him.

Category:     Women
NOLA:          TASM 001380
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 4/22/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
"The Bin Ladens" author Steve Coll explains why the U.S. has not yet caught the wanted leader of Al Qaeda.
TV writer Jessica Queller, author of "Pretty is What Changes," explains why she decided to have a double
mastectomy at age 35.

Category:       Women
NOLA:           NOVA 003506
Series Title: NOVA             Episode Title: A Walk to Beautiful            Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 60         Airdate: 5/15/2008 5:00 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
A difficult journey that begins in loneliness and shame for thousands of Ethiopian women ends in a productive
new life and hope for the future in this award-winning film. Shot against a starkly beautiful landscape, "A Walk
to Beautiful" shares the inspiring stories of three women, rejected by their husbands and ostracized by their
communities, who leave home in search of treatment for obstetric fistula, a life-shattering complication of
childbirth.

Category:       Women
NOLA:           COSE 014109
Series Title: Charlie Rose             Version: SD-Base              Length: 60
Airdate: 5/29/2008 11:30 PM/503               Service: PBS-PLUS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about the film "Sex and the City" with actor Sarah Jessica Parker and executive
producer/director Michael Patrick King. Then, a conversation with author and journalist Martha Sherrill about
her book "Dog Man: An Uncommon Life on a Faraway Mountain."

Category:      Women
NOLA:          MLNH 009131
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/19/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:16:55
Demographic, Cultural Dividing Lines Complicate '08 Race: Political analysis of the presidential race this year
has focused on voter divisions along race and gender lines. But some analysts think that other cultural dividing
lines are even more important. Three political analysts examine newly emerging voter alliances.




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Category:       Women
NOLA:           MLNH 009133
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60              Airdate: 5/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                  Segment Length: 00:13:26
Pelosi Predicts Democrats Will Have Nominee in June: With the race for the Democratic nomination reaching
the home stretch and continued clashes between the president and Congress, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
assesses the fight between Sens. Obama and Clinton, the racial, economic and gender divisions in the party, and
the Democrats' legislative battle to end the war Iraq.

Category:     Women
NOLA:          MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:08:37
Clinton's Run Triggers Debate Over Gender Bias: Sen. Hillary Clinton spoke frankly this week about the
sexism she feels she has faced on the campaign trail as she competes with Sen. Barack Obama for the
Democratic nomination. Two columnists weigh the role of gender in politics and how the media has handled the
issue.

Category:         Women
NOLA:             NOWD 000421
Series Title: NOW on PBS                        Version: SD-Base
Length: 30               Airdate: 5/23/2008 8:30 PM/502                  Service: PBS
There are more women serving in the military than ever before, and they're in danger but not just from combat.
Last year, nearly 1,400 women reported being assaulted and raped by their fellow soldiers, in some cases by
their commanding officers. The shocking phenomenon is called military sexual trauma, or MST. Since NOW
first aired its investigation into rape and sexual assault in the military last year, the Pentagon has released new
reports in which one-third of military women say they've been sexually harassed. And the number of women
reporting assault and rape has essentially remained the same even though the military says it has invested
serious resources to combat the problem. This week NOW talks to women soldiers who signed up to defend
their countries but instead had to defend themselves from assault and rape by their own fellow soldiers. How are
these women picking up the pieces of their life after military sexual trauma?

Category:      Women
NOLA:          TASM 001400
Series Title: Tavis Smiley             Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/20/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Groundbreaking broadcast journalist Barbara Walters reflects on the chapter in her new memoir, "Audition,"
that was the hardest to write. Actor-playwright Daniel Beaty talks about his one-man play "Emergency" and
also performs.




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Category:     Women
NOLA:          TASM 001408
Series Title: Tavis Smiley            Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 5/30/2008 12:30 AM/500               Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
"The Bin Ladens" author Steve Coll explains why the U.S. has not yet caught the wanted leader of Al Qaeda.
TV writer Jessica Queller, author of "Pretty is What Changes," explains why she decided to have a double
mastectomy at age 35.

Category:       Women
NOLA:           BMJL 001209
Series Title: Bill Moyers Journal              Version: SD-Short            Length: 60
Airdate: 6/7/2008 2:00 AM/500                  Service: PBS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
There’s nothing new in Scott McClellan’s book about the propaganda campaign or the role of the press in
selling the war, so why is it such big news? Journalists Jonathan Landay and John Walcott of McClatchy
newspapers and Greg Mitchell of EDITOR & PUBLISHER examine the performance of the press in the lead up
to the war, the reaction of the administration and the media to McClellan’s book, and how the press is handling
other important stories today. Also, as the contest between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for the
Democratic nomination comes to an end, Bill Moyers sits down with Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Ron Walters
to discuss how race and gender have played out in the presidential campaigns. A media analyst and recurring
JOURNAL guest, Kathleen Hall Jamieson is director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University
of Pennsylvania. Ron Walters is director of the African American Leadership Center at the University of
Maryland.

Category:      Women
NOLA:          TASM 001415
Series Title: Tavis Smiley           Version: SD-Base             Length: 30
Airdate: 6/10/2008 12:30 AM/500             Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Sarah Sentilles, author of "A Church of Her Own," describes her journey into the church and the difficulties she
faced as a woman. Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jewel describes her country-western roots in Alaska.

Category:       Women
NOLA:           TASM 001420
Series Title: Tavis Smiley              Version: SD-Base               Length: 30
Airdate: 6/17/2008 12:30 AM/500                 Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Paul Rieckhoff, executive director and founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, explains the need
for a national call to better support our returning troops. Actor Hill Harper, who is on Sen. Obama's National
Finance Committee, discusses the general election campaign and his new book "Letters to a Young Sister:
Define Your Destiny."

Category:       Women
NOLA:           AMEX 001201
Series Title: AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
Episode Title: ELEANOR ROOSEVELT                      Version: SD-Embedded Promo
Length: 150         Airdate: 6/17/2008 1:00 AM/500            Service: PBS          Format: Documentary
She was the nation's conscience, a tireless advocate for the disadvantaged, a woman who influenced American
social policies for decades and pushed through the first international charter on human rights. Eleanor Roosevelt
survived a painful childhood and a difficult marriage to become one of the most admired women in America.



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Going beyond her public achievements, this intimate biography explores the secretive and surprising private life
of a controversial American figure.

Category:     Women
NOLA:         MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:11:26
In Rwanda, U.S.-Backed Program Improves Access to AIDS Drugs: A U.S. program to curb AIDS in Africa is
having success providing antiretroviral drugs to AIDS patients in Rwanda -- particularly pregnant women and
newborns. Health correspondent Susan Dentzer begins a series of reports examining the impact of the American
effort.

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Category:      Youth
NOLA:           FRON 002605
Series Title: Frontline        Episode Title: The Medicated Child            Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 4/8/2008 10:00 PM/501           Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
Ten years ago, stimulants like Ritalin and Adderall were the drugs of choice to treat behavioral issues in
children. Today children as young as four years old are being prescribed more powerful anti-psychotic
medications that are much less understood. The drugs can cause serious side effects, and virtually nothing is
known about their long-term impact. The increase in the use of anti-psychotics is directly tied to the rising
incidence of one particular diagnosis - bipolar disorder. Experts estimate that the number of kids with the
diagnosis is now more than a million and rising. As the debate over medicating children continues to grow,
FRONTLINE producer Marcela Gaviria confronts psychiatrists, researchers and big pharma about the risks and
benefits of prescription drugs for troubled children.

Category:        Youth
NOLA:            NOWD 000414
Series Title: NOW on PBS                 Version: SD-Base
Length: 30           Airdate: 4/4/2008 8:30 PM/502            Service: PBS
Unable to make ends meet, many families in western Nepal have been forced to sell their daughters, some as
young as six, to work far from home as bonded servants in private homes. This week NOW travels to Nepal
where we meet the Nepalese Youth Opportunity Foundation, which is trying to break the cycle of poverty and
pain with an "Enterprising Idea." They're providing desperate families with an incentive to keep their daughters:
a piglet or a goat that can ultimately be sold for a sum equivalent to that of their child's labor. The organization
says it has brought thousands of girls home to live with their families, but many cultural and political challenges
still stand in their way. This is part of NOW's continuing series on innovative and sustainable solutions to world
problems. What we call "Enterprising Ideas."




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Category:      Youth
NOLA:          TBJL 002323
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal
Episode Title: What Hat Are You Wearing?            Version: SD-Base       Length: 30
Airdate: 4/13/2008 11:30 PM                  Service: PBS-PLUS         Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
Educator Dr. Joe Cornelius has developed a creative way to tell history and motivate young people through
drama. On this program, Dr. Cornelius creates a historical masterpiece when he chronicles the saga of Black
America as it changes "hats" with the times.

Category:      Youth
NOLA:          TBJL 002324
Series Title: Tony Brown's Journal           Episode Title: The Devil's Advice
Version: SD-Base               Length: 30           Airdate: 4/20/2008 11:30 PM
Service: PBS-PLUS              Format: Feature Film/Video Drama
Educator Dr. Joe Cornelius once again shares his insightful talent as he weaves the tale of a young man
struggling against the odds. In "The Devil & Leroy Jones," Dr. Cornelius imbues his performance with a
message of hope for the future.

Category:     Youth
NOLA:          MLNH 009124
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base               Length: 60          Airdate: 5/8/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review              Segment Length: 00:09:46
Role of Young Voters in Politics Continues to Grow: Young people are continuing to play a larger, more
expanded role in politics, using new methods and networking technology. The authors of "Millennial
Makeover: MySpace, YouTube and the Future of American Politics" examine the trend.

Category:       Youth
NOLA:           FRON 002606
Series Title: Frontline               Episode Title: Growing Up Online               Version: SD-Base
Length: 60          Airdate: 5/20/2008 10:00 PM/501           Service: PBS           Format: Documentary
FRONTLINE looks at the impact of the Internet on adolescence through the eyes of teens and their parents. The
film takes viewers into the private worlds kids are creating online - from kids who are harassed and bullied, to
kids who make social connections virtually when they have few friends at school, to those kids who attain
instant celebrity on YouTube. FRONTLINE explores the complicated new lines being drawn between the real
and virtual worlds for today's children and teens, and for their parents, who often find themselves on the other
side of a new digital divide.

Category:      Youth
NOLA:           MLNH 009133
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/21/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:11:02
Report Aims to Debunk Myths on Gender and Education: A new report examines commonly held assumptions
about the differences in how girls and boys learn and achieve in education. Experts discuss the findings and
how they might help educators better address issues of learning and gender.




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Category:       Youth
NOLA:           MLNH 009134
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base             Length: 60             Airdate: 5/22/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review          Segment Length: 00:09:29
Fear of Vaccine Dangers Leads Some Families to Opt Out of Routine Care: An increasing fear of alleged
dangers from child vaccinations, including autism and allergies, has led to an upsurge in the reported cases of
measles this year. Betty Ann Bowser examines why some parents are opting against routine vaccinations for
their children.

Category:      Youth
NOLA:          MLNH 009136
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 5/26/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS           Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                 Segment Length: 00:20:23
Young Voters Predict Big Impact on Fall Election: Three students and youth vote experts, including the
executive director of Rock the Vote, discuss the role young voters have played in the primary races, and how
they could affect the upcoming general election.

Category:       Youth
NOLA:            COSE 014121
Series Title: Charlie Rose            Version: SD-Base             Length: 60
Airdate: 6/16/2008 11:30 PM/503              Service: PBS-PLUS       Format: Interview/Discussion/Review
First, a discussion about healthcare with Ezekiel, Ari, and Rahm Emanuel. Then, a conversation with Lance
Armstrong about his Livestrong organization, cancer, cancer prevention and cycling. Finally, a conversation
with filmmaker Sue Williams about Frontline's "Young & Restless in China." Shot over four years, the film
follows a group of nine young Chinese from across the country as they scramble to keep pace with a society
changing as fast as any in history.

Category:       Youth
NOLA:           FRON 002614
Series Title: Frontline       Episode Title: Young and Restless in China           Version: SD-Base
Length: 120        Airdate: 6/17/2008 10:00 PM/501         Service: PBS            Format: Documentary
A riveting journey, "Young & Restless in China" tracks the lives of nine ambitious young Chinese struggling to
make it in this tumultuous and rapidly changing society. Whether defying Eastern traditions in pursuit of
Western values, struggling through government protocols to start a new business, or fighting to preserve the
environment, this new generation is caught between the bonds of their nation's history and their own quest for a
future.

Category:      Youth
NOLA:          MLNH 009152
Series Title: NewsHour with Jim Lehrer; The
Version: SD-Base              Length: 60             Airdate: 6/17/2008 7:00 PM/502
Service: PBS          Format: Interview/Discussion/Review                   Segment Length: 00:14:06
New Orleans School Reforms Target Young Readers: The struggle to educate the nation's children in urban
schools has long been an area of reform. In a continuing series of reports on urban school reform, John Merrow
returns to New Orleans schools to examine how young students are learning to read.



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         Childrens Educational and Informational Needs Programming
Primary Programs:

Animalia            Friday @ 5:30pm Episodes # 101-113
                    (13 ½ -hour airings) * 6.5 hours

Arthur              Monday - Friday @ 7:30 am and 4:30 pm; Sunday @ 10:30 am Episodes #103, 107,
                    115-124, 127-128, 211, 301-306, 309-310, 401-403, 410, 603, 608, 610, 701-704, 706-
                    710, 801-810, 901, 905-906, 1004, 1008-1010, 1101
                    (142 ½ hour airings) * 71 hours

Barney & Friends    Monday – Friday @ 7:30 am; Sunday @ 7:00 am         Episodes #803, 808,813, 818, 911,
                    1003, 1008, 1013, 1018, 1103, 1108, 1113, 1118    (13 ½ hour airings) * 6.5 hours

Between The Lions Monday - Friday, 2:30 pm. Episodes #101-102, 106, 108-110, 116-117, 120, 123, 129,
                  202, 208-209, 212, 215, 217-218, 223, 225, 301, 310, 402, 404-405, 501-509, 601-604,
                  608-609, 701-709     (64 ½ -hour airings) * 32 hours

Biz Kid$            Friday @ 6:30am; Saturday @ 10:30 am Episodes # 105-117
                    (13 ½ -hour airings)   * 6.5 hours

Bob The Builder     Saturday @ 7:30 am       Episodes #405-412, 501-505
                    (13 ½ hour airings)     * 6.5 hours

Clifford            Monday - Friday @ 8:30 am; Saturday-Sunday @ 8:30 am, Episodes #101-104, 107,
                    115-120, 131, 134, 203-216 (91 ½ hour airings) * 45.5 hours

Curious George      Monday-Friday @ 8:00 & 3:30 pm; Saturday & Sunday @8:00 am; Episodes #101-128,
                    216-220 (156 ½ hour airings) * 78 hours

Cyberchase          Monday - Friday @ 4:00 pm; Sunday @ 10:00 am Episodes #101, 103, 108, 112,
                    118-121, 202-203, 206-207, 213-214, 301-302, 304, 306-310, 312, 401-407, 409,
                    501-507, 509-510, 601-604, 606-609 (78 ½ hour airings) * 39 hours

Dragon Tales        Monday - Friday @ 9:30 am; Sunday & Saturday @ 9:30 am        Episode #201-204,
                    215-225, 301-320    (91 ½ hour airings) * 45.5 hours

Fetch! with         Monday - Thursday @ 5:30 pm
Ruff Ruffman        Episodes #101-108, 110-120, 201-220               (51 ½ hour airings)    * 25.5 hours

It’s A Big          Monday – Friday @ 11:00am; Saturday @ 6:30 am
Big World           Episodes # 101-105, 107-137, 139-140
                    (78 ½ hour airings) * 39 hours

Mama Mirabelle’s    Saturday @ 6:00 am      Episodes # 101-102, 104, 107, 111-112, 114-120
Home Movies         (13 ½ hour airings)      *6.5 hours


Maya & Miguel       Monday –Thursday @ 7:00 am & 5:00 pm; Starting May 26, Monday- Friday @ 7am;
                    Sunday @ 11:00 am      Episodes #106-133, 135-143, 145-151, 153, 163-164
                    (101 ½ hour airings) * 50.5 hours




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Mister Roger’s     Sunday @ 7:30 am Episodes #1488, 1528, 1543, 1548, 1553, 1603, 1613, 1618,
Neighborhood       1678, 1708, 1733, 1743, 1763 (13 ½ hour airings) * 6.5 hours

Reading Rainbow    Monday - Friday, 2:00 pm Episodes # 409-410, 412-414, 501-510, 601-610, 702,
                   704-705, 707-710, 801-802, 804-810, 902-910, 1001-1002, 1005, 1501-1505,
                   1601-1605     (63 ½ hour airings) * 31.5 hours

Saddle Club         Saturday @ 11:30am Episodes # 201-205, 207-213, 218
                    (13 ½ hr airings) * 6.5 hours

Sesame Street      Monday - Friday @ 10:00 am; Sunday @ 6:00 am Episodes # 4083-4085, 4087-4089,
                   4092, 4095-4097, 4100-4101, 4103-4108, 4135-4160
                    (78 1 -hour airings) * 78 hours

Signing Time!      Saturday @ 10:00 am Episodes #102, 104, 110, 203-208, 210-213
                   (13 ½ hr airings) * 6.5 hours

Super Why!           Monday - Saturday @ 9:00 am Episodes # 101, 112-115, 117-126, 128-129
                    (78 ½ hour airing) * 39 hours

Thomas & Friends    Saturday @ 7:00 am Episodes # 211-213, 301-310
                    (13 ½ hour airing) * 6.5 hours

WordGirl            Friday @ 7:30 am, 5:00 pm; Starting May 27, Monday- Friday @ 5pm; Saturday @
                    11:00am      Episodes # 101-117      (54 ½ hour airing) * 27 hours

WordGirl           Monday, May 26 @ 4:00 pm
Marathon           (4 ½ hour airings)  *2 hours


Word World          Monday - Friday @ 3:00 pm; Sunday @ 9:00 am Episodes # 101-121
                    (78 ½ hour airing) * 39 hours


 701 hours this quarter devoted to Children’s Educational Programming




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                           Local Issues & Information Programming

       Q-TV is committed to serving people with diverse needs and using the
power of the media to celebrate the family, arts and entertainment, and
culture of our local communities. Our programs will address in particular the
issue of diversity through specialized shows and lifelong learning through
the pursuit of public affairs programming - they will also offer the opportunity
to localize a national issue or document a local story.

Soul Issue: An African American Perspective - This is a 30 minute
program produced in our studios focusing on the Tri-County African
American community in Delta Broadcasting viewing area. Hosts/Producers
Halima Henderson and Linda Holoman develop program segments with the
help of an advisory committee of local African American professionals. The
objective of the program is to provide the African American community the
opportunity to discuss topical issues in the community and to promote
positive African American role models. Soul Issue is produced monthly and
airs on Wednesdays at 8 pm.

Episode 707
Aired: 4/16/08 8:00-8:30 pm, 4/20/08 3:00-3:30 pm
Sandra Garth Fitness Demo
Chef Richard Flack’s Omelet Recipe
Ralph Martin
John Oyne Lockard, Artist



Episode 708
Aired: 5/21/08 8:00-8:30 pm, 5/25/08 3:30-4:00 pm
CAC
Saginaw County has agencies throughout the community that provide services to families in need. One such
agency is the Community Action Committee, also known as the CAC, located on Perkins Street in Saginaw.

The CAC has provided health, housing, and community services to Saginaw County for over 40 years. Lillie
Williams, executive director of the CAC, discussed the wide range of services provided by the agency.

For more information, call (989) 753-7741 or visit saginawcac.org.




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Chef Richard Flack
This month, Chef Richard wraps us his “Cooking with the Holomans Healthy Food” segment by preparing
something sweet-- mixed berry shortcake!

Jabali Afrika
Jabali Afrika, a group that has rock star status in Kenya, recently performed at Delta. Delta student Cliff Nyaga,
also from Kenya, interview this dynamic internationally acclaimed group.
For more information about this group, visit jabali-afrika.com.

SAAMBA
The Saginaw African American & Minority Business Association has new leadership. SAAMBA President
Mitchell Nickleberry discussed how the organization can help its members and how SAAMBA contributes to
the Saginaw community.

Call (989) 992-7611 for membership information.

Bethel AME Fashion Show
The women and men of Bethel AME church, along with Saginaw mayor Joyce Seals and other friends from the
community, held a fashion show as part of the Women’s Day Program. Anne Roberts, one of the co-chairs of
the event, talks about the program.

For more information, visit bethel-saginaw.org or call (989) 755-5322.

Girls' Conference
The girls’ conference Three Hundred Empowered Girls brings girls of all ages from around Saginaw County
together to celebrate themselves. Conference coordinator Christina Dillard discusses the conference.

To learn more about the conference, call (989) 758-3744 visit the number on your screen.



Episode 709
Aired: 6/11/08 8:00-8:30 pm, 6/15/08 3:00-3:30 pm
Mortgage Crisis- Rep. Andy Coulouris
Leflore Reed
Gerald Prohpet, Pilot
Willie Richard, Author- Ballroom Dancing Capers
Links Father of the Year- Rickie Lee, Sr.




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Somos Hispanos - is a monthly thirty-minute magazine style variety show
that focuses on the Hispanic community in the Delta Broadcasting viewing
area. An advisory group made up of local area Hispanic professionals
creates the story ideas by identifying community issues and stories focusing
on Hispanic culture for exploration. The shows are about the Hispanic
community; how they live, the issues they face every day, and the positive
work they do to make a difference in the Delta Broadcasting Viewing area.
The program airs on one Wednesday of each month at 8 pm.

Episode 907
Aired: 4/9/08 8:00-8:30 pm, 4/13/08 3:00-3:30 pm
César Chávez
César Chávez was a Mexican-American labor leader and civil rights activist who co-founded the organization
that would become the United Farm Workers.
March 31st is Chávez’ birthday and the day several states, including Michigan, honor the activist and his
legacy. GI Forum of Saginaw celebrated the state-recognized holiday with a luncheon at Horizons Conference
Center. The luncheon included politicians from local and state government as well as distinguished guests from
the area.

During the ceremonies, Lance Corporal Ricardo Gutierrez, recipient of the Bronze Star Medal, was honored for
his valiant efforts in Iraq. Alisandro Rodriguez was awarded for participating in and winning the César Chávez
art contest.

Tiempo Libre
Miami-based group Tiempo Libre is known as the premier timba band in the United States. They are considered
one of, if not the only, all-Cuban timba band formed in this country.
The musicians were all schooled in different Havana conservatories with backgrounds in classical music. After
arriving in Miami, these extraordinary musicians made time to come together between projects and worked on
their signature style. This is how the name Tiempo Libre developed, which translates as Free Time.

You take a mixture of jazz, Cuban son, and couple that with instruments like a clave and timbales along with an
energetic and aggressive beat you might experience the sound of Timba.

Jorge Gomez, musical director and pianist, shares a little more about the innovative style and signature sound of
the group.

Episode 908
Aired: 5/7/08 8:00-8:30 pm, 5/25/08 3:00-3:30 pm
History of Hispanics in Baseball
Baseball is considered the national pastime of the United States. For Hispanics, baseball can represent
generations of tradition, playing and loving the game. In some countries strong in the baseball tradition like



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Venezuela and the Dominican Republic, young boys aspire to be great baseball players, it is what they live for.

Not many are aware that the first Latino in professional baseball was Esteban Enrique Bellan, who played for
the Troy Haymakers in 1871. Bellan was from Cuba, born in 1950, and played professional ball for three years.
Thirty one years after that, Colombian second baseman Luis Castro plays for Philadelphia in 1902.

In the earlier times of baseball a few white Latinos were able to break into the majors, while black Latinos were
not. That is until Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in 1947, which opened the door for many. The first
black Latino to enter the realm of major league baseball was Orestes better known as Minnie Minoso in 1949
playing for Cleveland.

The decades following, Latino players were being recognized as some of the greats of baseball. Luis Aparicio,
Venezuelan Rookie of the year 1956 playing with the Chicago White Sox is considered the stolen base king.
Other notable Hispanic players are those inducted into the Major League Hall of Fame. The first Hispanic to
take his place in the hall of fame was Roberto Clemente.

Roberto, a Puerto Rican, was inducted in 1973 and the Pittsburg Pirates retired his uniform. The 70’s through
the 90’s brought us players like Rod Carew, Fernando Venezuela, Jose Canseco, Kieth Hernandez, Sammy Sosa
and Ivan or Pudge Rodriguez. These are just a few of the many individual Hispanics that have contributed to the
history of Major League baseball.

From the early beginnings to today, Hispanics have and continue to contribute greatly to the legacy of the great
sport of baseball.

Great Lakes Loons
Hispanics are becoming a dominant force in the world of baseball. Hispanic contributions to baseball have been
great, with a lot more to come. There are ball players in the farm systems ready and eager to make their mark.
Mid-Michigan has their own minor league team, the Great Lakes Loons, with their home field being in
Midland.

Approximately 35 percent of the Great Lakes Loons are Hispanic. This team is the farm team for the Los
Angeles Dodgers. Loons manager, Juan Bustabad shares his thoughts on why he feels there is such a Hispanic
presence in baseball.

Penny Robinson and Susan Ganz co-chair a committee to get the community involved in organizing efforts for
their Hispanic players.

Thomas Melgarejo, pitcher for the Loons is here for his second season. Thomas is from Veracruz, Mexico and
has noticed and liked the influence of the Midland community in helping the Hispanic players

Daigoro Rondon, pitcher for the Loons, talks about some of the distinct differences between Midland and his
home country of the Dominican Republic.

Contact:
Penny Robinson
skeeterbait1982@aol.com




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Tango
Alejandra Gallegos, native of Argentina and dance instructor at the Creative Spirit Center in Midland describes
the movement and passion involved in the original tango.

Contact:
Creative Spirit Center
(989) 837-1885
June 2008

Episode 909
Aired: 6/4/08 8:00-8:30 pm, 6/8/08 3:00-3:30 pm
Michigan Small Business and Technology Development Center
According to the Small Business Administration, Hispanics represent the largest minority business community.
That community owns 6.6% of all firms in the United States.

Small business is what keeps this economy going and creates jobs. If you ever thought you had a great idea for a
business or service to provide where would you go for help? Have you put that business idea on the back burner
because you simply don’t know where to start or who to ask? The Michigan Small Business and Technology
Development Center helps hundreds of people like you annually.

Christine Greve, regional director of Michigan-SBTDC explains what their organization is about and how you
can get the help you need with your business questions.

Mercado
Merrill Park Elementary which is a part of the Saginaw Public School District has created a tradition in which
they have an annual mercado.

Diane Dalton, former principal of Merrill Park Elementary School explains how their mercado started.

Dr. Jose Valderas, Director of school improvement and bi-lingual migrant programs for the Saginaw Public
School District shares his knowledge of mercados.




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Dateline Delta - Dateline Delta is a news magazine-style program produced
in our studios that focuses on the people, places and things that happen in-
and-around Delta College. The program features students, faculty and staff
members speaking about events that take place at Delta College and within
our Tri-county area. The program usually has four or five segments that may
also show what goes on at some of our off-campus locations. Dateline Delta
is produced monthly and usually airs on Wednesdays at 8 pm.

Episode 1107
Aired: 4/23/08 8:00-8:30 pm, 4/27/08 3:00-3:30 pm

Maritime Academy
In one of Delta College’s newest programs, they recently signed an agreement that makes it easier for our
students to complete their course work and transfer to the Great Lakes Maritime Academy at Northwestern
Michigan College in Traverse City.

This unique facility trains people who are interested in working on Great Lakes and ocean ships. It is one of
only six such training schools and the only freshwater academy in the country.

50 Plus Gold Program
Delta College, in an ever-increasing roll of working with the non-traditional student, will be launching a new
program for area residents age 50 years and above. Called the “Gold Program,” it is intended to be the new gold
standard in educational programs for the 50+ crowd and Delta College has so much to offer this population.

Bergstein Award
Each year, Delta College recognizes a number of faculty and staff with awards recognizing outstanding
leadership and achievements. The Bergstein Award for Teaching Excellence is bestowed on faculty who exhibit
special qualities in their classrooms.

The award was named after Leonard Bergstein, a charter member of the College's Board of Trustees, and is
voted on by both students and other faculty members.

Chemical Technology Recruitment
The Chemical Technology Field continues to grow each year. With local companies continuously employing
qualified candidates, a search is on to make this occupation more appealing to high school and even middle
school students.

The Dow Corning Corporation, in partnership with Delta College, has produced a short video that will be
shown to students throughout the area.

National Volunteer Month
April is National Volunteer Month and, at Delta College, we recognize those volunteers who work behind the
scenes to ensure the success of our students and activities. Community residents donate countless hours to help
our educational mission.


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They serve on advisory committees, volunteer for fundraising events, members of both Delta College Board of
Trustees and the Foundation Board of Directors and help with so many other activities across campus. We
would like to recognize these hard-working and dedicated individuals who make all of our lives much easier.



Episode 1108
Aired: 5/28/08 8:00-8:30 pm
Commencement
The single largest event on Delta’s campus each year is commencement. This year, a standing room only crowd
witnessed graduates receiving their degrees.

Student Awards
Each year, a number of Delta’s graduating students are recognized for their academic achievements and
leadership. The awards are sponsored by a variety of area businesses and foundations.

Alice Gerard
Alice Gerard is a successful Delta College graduate, who received the College’s Distinguished Alumni Award
in 2007.

She is currently the President and CEO of Bay Regional Medical Center, and our own Earl Selby sat down with
her recently at the hospital to learn about her achievements, to discuss the future of the medical industry in this
area, and to find out more about her.

Service Learning
Delta College and United Ways in Bay, Midland, Saginaw and Tuscola counties have partnered to encourage
students to get involved in service learning, donating their time and energy to nonprofit agencies as part of their
educational experience at Delta.

Dr. Nancy Vader-McCormick, Professor of Speech, talks about this unique program.

Entrepreneurs' Day
On June 18, Delta College will be hosting a full day of learning opportunities for mid-Michigan entrepreneurs.

The event is designed for budding entrepreneurs to learn about all the resources available to them and to get
connected to successful small business owners and support partners.
There will be two discussion panels, a variety of break-out sessions, a keynote presentation by Chris Holman—
Michigan Small Business Advocate, and a networking reception. Entrepreneurs' Day is free and open to the
public.




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Currently Speaking - is a live, local, interactive (e-mail, fax, phone-in
viewers) challenging public affairs program featuring guests & specialists
who debate on a variety of local, state and national issues of current
interest. The production responsibilities are handled by selected students in
an advanced television production class. Each program is one hour and airs
at 8:00 pm on Tuesday evenings.

April 1, 2008 - #920 (Repeated April 6 at 2:00pm)
2008 Presidential campaign, Eliot Spitzer scrutinized enough?, Separatists Sentiment tears at world


April 8, 2008 - #921 (Repeated April 13 at 2:00pm)
Race in America, Disintegration, Federal Reserve Overhaul


April 15, 2008 - #922 (Repeated April 20 at 2:00pm)
Iraq, Columbia Trade Deal, Candidates and Health Care


April 22, 2008 - #923 (Repeated April 27 at 2:00pm)
Papal visit Pope Benedict XVI, Candidate’s 2008, World Series: Detroit Tiger’s season?


April 29, 2008 - #924 (Repeated May 4 at 2:00pm)
Airline Mergers, Gas Prices, Politics


May 6, 2008 - #925
Mayor Kwame M. Kilpatrick Text Messages, Hamas - Jimmy Carter, Primaries Indiana and North Carolina


May 20, 2008 - #926 (Repeated May 25 at 2:00pm)
Global Food Crisis, Polygamy Compound, Politics Primaries (Virginia – Nebraska)


May 27, 2008 - #927 (Repeated June 1 at 2:00pm)
Politics - 2008 Presidential Candidates, Tibet Olympics - The Dalai Lama, China Olympics, Religion & Politics
- Race in America, Economy - Gas Prices, United States Recession




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The Palm - This is a 30 minute program produced in our studios produced
entirely by students in Delta College’s Electronic Media Broadcasting-Media
Production III class. The show focuses on issues the effect the Delta
College student body. The Palm is produced at the end of each semester
and airs on Saturday’s at 2:30 pm in April.

April 5, 2008 - #1201
- Local civic efforts of a Veterans of Foreign Wars organization -by Philip Bolzman
- A Preview of the Great Lakes Loons new Season - by Zac Kearns
- A look at the OHL Hockey League and the Saginaw Spirt - by Denylle Reed
- CD vs Online Music Sales - by Ben Childress
- A Profile of the Saginaw rock band "Thunder Chicken" - by John Ostrander
- and a look at the origins of April Fool's Day - featuring an interview with the History Department's Laura Dull
- by Jeremy Myers

The show also features an interview with Delta College Athletic Director Greg Mallek.


April 12, 2008 - #1202
- ACT-SO Scholarships for Saginaw High School Students by Ben Childress
- A look at Midland's MyTech+ Program by Josh Scott
- A Profile of Delta College's Sci-Fi Club - Solar Wind by Mike Zill
- A Saginaw Church's efforts to help a community in Uganda by Dan Blackburn
- The area's new Arena Football Team - The Saginaw Sting by Jason Oliver
- The Delta College Dodgeball Team by Jordan Ryckman
- and a visit to an Open Mic Night by Francis Robbins

The show also features an interview with Steve Rosin, Chair of Delta College's Technical Trades and
Manufacturing Division.


April 19, 2008 - #1203
- Debate teams and tournaments - by Philip Bolzman
- A look at a new substance abuse clinic in Bay City - by Jordan Ryckman
- Organic healing methods - by Jeremy J. Myers
- A preview of Saginaw County's Parks and Recreation summer events and programs - By Jason Oliver
- A visit to the new Saginaw Children's Museum - by Mike Zill
- A profile of a hand puppet artist in Bay City - by Danielle Wright
- & a visit to the Midland Butterfly House - by Denylle Reed

The show also features an interview with the Speech Department's Beth Heyart and Jeff Sorrels about the new
Delta College Debate Team.


April 26, 2008 - #1204
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Off the Record - is a weekly Michigan Public TV coverage of the governor's
office, the state legislature, the political campaign trail, and state
government.Insightful, fast-paced and informative commentary and analysis
-- getting the inside, out. With senior capitol correspondent Tim Skubick and
his capitol press corp colleagues.

April 4, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3740
Topics: AG Mike Cox is on tour, Kevorkian runs for Congress and the national GOP heads for a new
presidential primary process.
Guest: Greg Schmid, Rick Pluta, Kyle Melinn and Bill Ballenger


April 11, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3741
Topics: The governor goes Hollywood with tax breaks for movie moguls, efforts to regulate teenage drivers,
and MEAP scores are out. The guest is the head of the Kalamazoo Chamber of Commerce, Steward Sandstrom,
who is leading another petition drive to create a part-time legislature and wipe out term limits.
Guest: Steward Sandstrom, Dawson Bell, Stephanie Cepak, and Rick Albin


April 18, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3742
Topics: Former senate GOP leader Ken Sikkema is now in the private sector doing research at the Public
Sector Consultants firm. He recently authored a study on banning smoking in bars and restaurants and has been
active on the energy issue, as well. Sikkema holds an undergrad degree from Harvard and an MBA from the
University of Michigan. He served six terms in the Michigan House and was minority leader there and just
finished two terms in the Senate.
Guest: Chris Christoff, Rick Pluta and Jack Spencer


April 25, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3743
Topics: After the Pennsylvania primary, what happens next in the Clinton vs. Obama contest? And, where does
John McCain fit in in all this? Plus an update on the possible recall of Michigan House Speaker Andy Dillon.
Guest: Julielyn Gibbons, Marcy Wheeler, Emily Zanotti and Nick Deleeuw.


May 2, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3744
Topics: Emergency surgery for Granholm, the House Speaker recall, Blue Cross/Blue Shield legislation and
how the Obama/Reverend Wright story is playing in Michigan.
Guest: Susan Demas, Rick Pluta, Kathy Barks Hoffman and Bill Ballenger


May 9, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3745
Topics: The Michigan Senate says yes to the ban on smoking in the workplace. The guest is Flint mayor and
potential gubernatorial candidate Don Williamson (D).
Guest: Kyle Melinn, Peter Luke, and Chris Christoff


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May 23, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3747
Topics: Granholm is now officially involved in the Kilpatrick case, a state senator erupts on the Senate floor,
and there's a delay on the smoking ban.
Guest: Saul Anuzis, Jack Spencer, Kathy Barks Hoffman and Bill Ballenger


May 30, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3748
Topics: What's up with the smoking ban....right to life in a battle with the house speaker over partial birth
abortion, and off to the island for a business retreat.
Guest: Rep. Joel Sheltrown, Chris Christoff, Stephanie Cepak, and Kyle Melinn


June 6, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3749
Topics: The Michigan Democratic delegation will be seated with full voting rights in Denver, the part-time
legislature drive is in trouble, and a lawmaker turns comedian. The guest is Leon Drolet (R), leader of
the anti-tax recall effort in Michigan and now under fire for allegedly breaking the law.
Guest: Rick Pluta, Kathy Barks Hoffman, and Jack Spencer.


June 13, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3750
Topics: The race for president in Michigan, an update on budget talks, and another potential candidate for
governor. The guest is David Joos, Consumers Energy CEO.
Guest: Susan Demas, Stephanie Cepak, and Bill Ballenger


June 20, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3751
Topics: Barack Obama and Al Gore appear together at Joe Louis Arena, Michigan's jobless rate hits a 16-year
high and the battle over algebra II takes center stage. The guest is Bob Nelson, an opponent of the pending
energy package.
Guest: Chris Christoff, Kathy Hoffman and Bill Ballenger


June 27, 2008 at 9:30pm - #3752
Topics: The government reform petition drive continues to stir up dust...a budget deal is in the works.
Guest: Dawson Bell, Stephanie Cepak, Kyle Melinn, MIRS and Kathy Barks Hoffman




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Great Getaways –30 minute program produced by Michigan independent
producer. Program spotlights various locations in the state of Michigan.
Program airs Saturday’s at 4pm.

April 5, 2008
A Victorian Summer #614

A visit to Ogemaw County is one that your family will remember for many years to come. We will enjoy the
Ogemaw Hills, Rifle River Valley and traverse the many nature trails along with a special stop at the Victorian
Art Fair and a 1700’s encampment. When your travel plans include northern Michigan come spend some time
in Ogemaw County.


April 12, 2008
Mystique of Manistique #615

When you think of the U.P. you think of wilderness and that is what we are headed into, only this is a civilized
wilderness. We will take a canoe down the Manistique River and then a hike the beautiful Indian Lake State
Park. Our guest will be 2 youngsters under the age of 10. This is another great family getaway.


April 19, 2008
Garden Tour #616

Our host Tom O’Boyle takes us on a ‘snapshot’ tour of the Rural Gardens of the Georgian Bay Area, threaded
together with some interesting, unique and entertaining attractions throughout the region. You will gain an
appreciation for the ‘touring’ diversity of this area. Out of 42 Gardens in this area we picked 5 of the most
unique. You don’t have to be a Gardner to enjoy this special trip.


April 26, 2008
Waterfalls #617

Where the water and rocks meet, you will feel the rush as the river flows over the escarpments edge. So
appealing that they merit their own tour, these special places are often just a short drive or hike from busy roads.
Host Tom O’Boyle will visit all 7 of Grey County’s waterfalls on the 115 mile self-guiding d