August 6, 2018  | online video  |  programming  | DONATE
Dear Friends,

For many of you, the summer is coming to an end and the school year is starting up again soon. We want you to continue to experience adventure and exploration through our programming though, so this week we take you to Miami on Tuesday, to the Outback on Wednesday, to Chicago on Friday, and right back to the Hill Country on Sunday.

Every day is another reason to explore the world around you, we are just here to show you the way. Experience adventure daily with KLRN through four channels of quality programming.

Keep watching,
Arthur

Arthur Emerson | KLRN President and CEO 
KLRN Create
Tuesday, Aug. 7 at 8PM
FOOD FLIRTS: Burger Meets Dosa
The Brass sisters tackle their burger bucket list, then "flirt" their way into an Indian kitchen to uncover the mystique of Indian dosa.
KLRN PBS Kids
Friday, Aug. 10 at 8PM
SPLASH AND BUBBLES: Pole-To-Pole
The Reeftown Rangers set off on a pole-to-pole adventure from the Antarctic to the Arctic, meeting new cold-water friends and learning about migration along the way.
KLRN World
Thursday, Aug. 9 at 8PM
DAVID ATTENBOROUGH'S NATURAL CURIOSITIES
An examination of the creatures that spin and weave, while pondering into the history of silk production and its romantic allusions in China.
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MR. SELFRIDGE

In 1909 London, an American retail tycoon arrives at the unfashionable end of Oxford Street to jettison fusty British tradition and open one of the finest department stores the world has ever seen. Three-time Emmy® winner Jeremy Piven stars as Harry Gordon Selfridge, the flamboyant entrepreneur and showman seeking to provide London’s shoppers with the ultimate merchandise and the ultimate thrill.
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BLUEGRASS UNDERGROUND: MARTY STUART & HIS FABULOUS SUPERLATIVES

Don’t miss this performance by the five-time Grammy-winner. With a bio that boasts stints with Lester Flatt and Johnny Cash, Stuart is unsurpassed as a rhinestone showman and folk philosopher who has proudly remained to country.