June 11, 2018  | online video  |  programming  | DONATE
Dear Friends,

This week we continue with the last four nights of our LIVE auction, Blazing Gavels. Last week we celebrated nightly with people from the community who came out to support KLRN and we look forward to more fun and excitement this week. We have new items announced each night and we can say, without a doubt, that there is something for everyone.

Watch with us (and bid) June 13-16 at 7PM nightly.

Thank you for your support,
Arthur

Arthur Emerson | KLRN President and CEO 
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13 - SATURDAY, JUNE 16
Starts at 7PM nightly.
BLAZING GAVELS LIVE TV AUCTION

Blazing Gavels is the largest and most ambitious live, televised auction staged annually in San Antonio. During the event, hundreds of businesses from across the country donate goods and services to be auctioned off in support of public television. 
KLRN Create
Saturday, June 16 at 7:30PM
JAZZY VEGETARIAN: Rockilicious! 
Roasted cauliflower cutlets with lemon-caper sauce; zingy roasted asparagus; grape tomato, avocado and fresh herb salad; and berry parfaits with cashew-coconut cream.
KLRN PBS Kids
Friday, June 15 at 7PM
WILD KRATTS: Choose Your Swordfish
T he Kratts explore the mysterious world of billfish.
KLRN World
Saturday, June 16 at 7PM
FREE TO ROCK
How American rock music helped end the Cold War. It was banned in the Soviet Union and Eastern Block, but was featured on Voice of America and Radio Free Europe; and it inspired many underground rock bands and millions of their passionate fans.
POPULAR on KLRN Passport
Unforgotten

Nicola Walker ( Last Tango in Halifax ) and Sanjeev Bhaskar ( Indian Summers ) star as police officers investigating the cold case murder of a boy whose diary implicates four seemingly unconnected couples in a thriller that The Guardian (UK) hailed as “so much more than a satisfying murder mystery.”
SUGGESTED PICK on KLRN Passport
NOVA | The Nuclear Option

Five years after the earthquake and tsunami that triggered the unprecedented trio of meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, scientists and engineers are struggling to control an ongoing crisis. What’s next for Fukushima? What’s next for Japan? And what’s next for a world that seems determined to jettison one of our most important carbon-free sources of energy?