JUNE 1, 2020  | online video  |  programming  | DONATE
Dear Friends,
 
Every summer for the past 53 years, KLRN and our community have come together to raise critical funds through our annual Blazing Gavels Auction. Because the safety of our staff and volunteers comes first, we are postponing this community event for the time being.
 
To  help KLRN remain strong during this critical time, the Tobin Endowment is generously matching up to $20,000 in donations now through June 7. Gifts of any size are appreciated and all ensure our community can continue to count on KLRN for free learning resources, in-depth news and programs that inspire.
 
Thank you for being part of our neighborhood.
 
With gratitude,
Arthur

Arthur Emerson
President and CEO
KLRN Public Television

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This week on On The Record with T.J. Mayes, we talk with Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff about the COVID-19 recovery in San Antonio. What key indicators are local leaders considering as they try to balance reopening the city and keeping the virus from spreading. Then we hear exciting news about the Space Force from Maj. Gen. Juan Ayala, the city’s military liaison. On the Reporters Roundtable, how is COVID-19 affecting performance venues and local arts? Richard Marini of the San Antonio Express News is covering this story. And while everyone is focusing on COVID-19, immigration issues still loom. Hear details from Silivia Foster-Frau of the Express News.
Today, sixty-five percent of jobs require something beyond a high school degree. For thirty years, the  San Antonio Education Partnership  (SAEP) has provided students the opportunity to access higher education. Learn more about what they do and how our local community students can get the support to keep going in this episode of  The Story Goes SA   podcast . Listen. Share. Subscribe. Podcast in partnership with   SA 2020 .
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Watch KLRN from 4pm - 5pm Monday through Friday for educational content that comes with lesson plans and activities for middle and high schoolers.

6/2 Magic Land of Oz
6/3 H2O: The Molecule that Made US
6/5 Pomp: Under the Circumstances
KLRN Create
Monday, June 1 at 7:30PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING: DIJON, FRANCE
Chateau d'Ancy-le-Franc in Burgundy, France; mustard flower fields in Dijon, France; escargot bonbons and Burgundy roast chicken; classic escargots and quinoa with mustard vinaigrette.
KLRN PBS Kids
Friday, June 5 at 7PM
HERO ELEMENTARY: SAVED FROM THE BELL; THE RIGHT STUFF
When the bell on the school's Leaping Tower continually rings, Sparks' crew investigates.
KLRN World
Saturday, June 6 at 8:30PM
RISE UP: SONGS OF THE WOMEN'S MOVEMENT
A chronicle of music and events from the early 1900s through the late 1980s illustrates the role music played in the women's movement.
POPULAR on KLRN Passport
SPEAKING GRIEF
Speaking Grief explores the transformative experience of losing a family member in a grief-avoidant society. It validates grief as a normal, healthy part of the human experience rather than a problem that needs to be “fixed.” It also addresses the role that support from friends and family plays in a person’s grief experience, offering guidance on how to show up for people in their darkest moments.
WEEKLY PICK on KLRN Passport
EMPIRE OF THE AIR: THE MEN WHO MADE RADIO
For 50 years radio dominated the airwaves and the American consciousness as the first “mass medium.” In Empire of the Air: The Men Who Made Radio, Ken Burns examines the lives of three extraordinary men who shared the primary responsibility for this invention and its early success, and whose genius, friendship, rivalry and enmity interacted in tragic ways.