NOV. 18, 2019  | online video  |  programming  | DONATE
Dear Friends,

This week KLRN will take you on many adventures. On Nature, we will introduce you to the life of bears, on American Experience we will learn about Jubilee Singers, and on Sunday night, we celebrate 20 years of America's Test Kitchen. Through our four channels, we promise you that there is something that will entertain, inform or inspire you.

Have a great week!

Keep watching,

Arthur Emerson | KLRN President and CEO 

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KLRN is local
San Antonio River Authority General Manager Suzanne Scott talks about recent personnel issues, and how the tax-funded agency is handling the controversies. 
Port San Antonio President and CEO Jim Perschbach talks about how the Port is shaping San Antonio's economy. 
Express News Columnist Gilbert Garcia discusses a controversy over proposed bike lanes on lower Broadway, and Express News Business Editor Greg Jefferson talks about concerns over the city's funding of tech startups at Geekdom. 

Disabled residents are sure to be helped by a new tech app that uses voice assistants together with the public library system. Several seniors at Texas A&M-San Antonio built the app to make it easier for the blind, elderly and others, by using voice assistants such as Hey Google and Siri. The app hears voice commands and retrieves information for users. For the blind and the elderly, this would be a huge help to check library accounts and order books and tapes.
This week on THE BEAT, we look at how New Braunfels Sculptor Trace Guthrie takes everyday inspiration, and creates solid world statues.
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The Story Goes is a bi-weekly podcast that celebrates our community’s collective successes, highlights our shared challenges, and inspires listeners to take action. In this collaboration between KLRN and SA2020, listeners will get to know the people and organizations creating change in San Antonio.
KLRN Create
Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 8PM
PATI'S MEXICAN TABLE: The Godmother of Cabo Cuisine
Edith Jimenez uses recipes from locals in Miraflores to preserve the culture and history of Los Cabos.
Friday, Nov. 22 at 7PM
WORDGIRL: Guess Who's Coming to
Thanksgiving Dinner, Judging Butcher
Tobey and his mother are guests of honor at the Botsfords' Thanksgiving dinner; Becky's friend Violet wants to audition for a talent contest.
KLRN World
Saturday, Nov. 23 at 7PM
INDEPENDENT LENS: Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World
The Native American influence in popular music, including the Native American roots of early pioneers of the blues and jazz and how Native Americans helped define the evolution of the folk-rock era that took hold in the 1960s and 1970s.
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Aidan Turner stars as Ross Poldark, a redcoat who returns to Cornwall after battle to discover that his father is dead, his lands are ruined, and his true love is engaged to another. Can Poldark change his destiny, restore his lost fortune, and reclaim his love?
The Feeling of Being Watched
In the Chicago suburb where journalist Assia Boundaoui grew up, most residents in her Muslim immigrant neighborhood believe they are under surveillance. Assia investigates and uncovers FBI documents about "Operation Vulgar Betrayal," one of the largest pre-9/11 counterterrorism probes conducted on domestic soil, right in Assia's hometown.