JULY 19, 2021  | online video | programming | DONATE
Dear Friends,
 
This week, KLRN’s featured programming takes you from the Vatican to the Middle East, to Australia and back again to Texas.
 
Tuesday at 9 p.m., FRONTLINE investigates the consequences of America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan and what it could mean for the region. Then, Thursday at 10 p.m., Art Wolfe embarks on a journey to the brutal wilderness of Australia’s Northern Territory where he learns about the region’s first people and the ancient connection to the land that still connects them today.
 
You don’t need a passport to enjoy KLRN’s programming from the comfort of your own home. Tune in anytime via livestream or on the PBS app and access our robust content library on our KLRN Video Player.    
 
On the topic of passports, for those interested in on-demand access to additional, exclusive programming, KLRN Passport is your ticket to extended access to hundreds of hours of PBS shows and specials.
 
Keep watching,
Arthur
ON THE RECORD

Last week, On The Record, Bexar County Commissioner Trish DeBerry spoke to host Randy Beamer about why she is pushing for more help in the court system for domestic and elder abuse victims.

Then, Sheriff Javier Salazar offered details on deputies patrolling the River Walk. Also, Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee Tri-Chair Aaronetta Pierce discussed the plan for interpretation materials for a museum and the Alamo Pllaza.
Tune in to new episodes every Thursday at 7 p.m.


We are thrilled to see three wonderful San Antonio organizations featured on this season of Camp TV!

Visit KLRN's Camp TV page to watch local segments that feature Morgan's Wonderland, the San Antonio Zoo, and the San Antonio Food Bank! You'll also find fun activities related to these segments.

Tune in weekdays at 4PM on-air or online!

Watch KLRN World Tuesday - Thursday 11AM - 4PM for educational content that comes with lesson plans and activities for middle and high-schoolers.

For more learn-at-home resources,
KLRN World (9.2)
Thursday, July 22 at 8PM
HACKING YOUR MIND: US VS. THEM
Many of the divisions tearing our country apart arise from our autopilot biases against ‘them’ and how authoritarians ‘hack’ those biases to gain power. Find out how each of us can overcome our autopilot biases and see the world as it really is.
KLRN PBS Kids (9.3)
Friday, July 23 at 7PM
XAVIER RIDDLE AND THE SECRET MUSEUM: I AM ZORA NEALE HURTSON; I AM CHARLES DICKENS
Brad is reluctant for Xavier and Yadina to read the comic he wrote because it's personal; Charles Dickens explains to Yadina that she doesn't need toys -- her imagination can make everything more fun.
KLRN Create (9.4)
Thursday, July 22 at 7:30PM
KITCHEN QUEENS: NEW ORLEANS: MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION
It’s time to get the party started with New Orleans classic Chargrilled Oysters (chef Becky Wasden, Two Girls One Shuck/Chicks with Dips), Crab Boil Dirty Rice (chef Ericka Michelle Lassair, Diva Dawg Food Truck) and King Cake (chef Megan Forman, Gracious Bakery & Café). Join the Kitchen Queens for an episode that will bring a taste of Mardi Gras to your kitchen.
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."
WEEKLY PICK on KLRN Passport

ELIZABETH IS MISSING
Glenda Jackson stars as Maud, a woman determined to find her missing friend Elizabeth – but can she solve the mystery of her disappearance before her dementia erases all the clues?