September 10, 2018  | online video  |  programming  | DONATE
Dear Friends,

All summer long we have been celebrating authors and books through The Great American Read project. We are busy helping our nation to select America's favorite book! Online voting has been an integral part of this project and we have heard from many of you that you are having a great time following along. Several weeks ago, we surpassed 1,000,000 votes, and the fun has only just begun.

Over the next few weeks on Tuesday evenings, we will bring you episodes that discuss certain genres of books and update you on which books are winning, nationally. Follow the conversation with us on our Facebook page, and make sure to vote for your favorite book.

Have a great week and keep watching,
Arthur

Arthur Emerson | KLRN President and CEO 
KLRN Create
Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 8PM
NIGELLA: At My Table
Another serving of irresistible dishes: A breakfast inspired by her university days, fried bread and tomato hash. A pasta dish with anchovies, tomatoes and mascarpone. Nigella's friends are treated to a vegan feast.
KLRN PBS Kids
Friday, Sept. 14 at 7:30PM
ROOM ON THE BROOM
A kind witch invites a collection of animals to join her on her broom, even though her cat thinks it will get too crowded. The new friends prove themselves useful when the witch is threatened by a fearsome dragon.
KLRN World
Saturday, Sept. 15 at 7PM
BASQUIAT
A profile of artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-88). He went from anonymous graffiti artist to a rock star of the early '80s art scene in New York, with his work ultimately commanding millions.
POPULAR on KLRN Passport
STEVE JOBS
One Last Thing

Through interviews with colleagues and others who knew Steve Jobs, whose innovations transformed the lives of millions, "One Last Thing" provides an inside look at the man and the major influences that helped shape his life and career.
WEEKLY PICK on KLRN Passport
SECRETS OF THE DEAD
The Man Who Saved the World

The little-known story of how close to nuclear destruction the world really was during those dark October days and how the heroism of one man saved us all.