May 13, 2019  | online video  |  programming  | DONATE
Dear Friends,

We have some wonderful programming options on all four of our channels this week! On our main channel, learn about Annie Oakley, the rocket, and hear music from John Prine, as well as Leslie Odom Jr.. On KLRN World, watch any number of documentaries, history programs or news and public affairs programs. On KLRN Create, learn to cook something new with Pati Jinich or Rick Bayless, or simply travel abroad with Samantha Brown. And of course, gather your favorite KLRN kid for all of the fun and educational programming available 24/7 on the KLRN PBS Kids channel.

What will YOU watch?

Keep watching,
Arthur

Arthur Emerson | KLRN President and CEO 
KLRN is local
The fight to protect historic buildings
GUESTS:
Susan Beavin, President of the San Antonio Conservation Society
Ross Ramsey, Texas Tribune
Sanford Nowlin, San Antonio Current
Gilbert Garcia, San Antonio Express News
Ever since Deflategate with the New England Patriots, new attention has been focused on the pressure of balls used in professional and even amateur sports. Now a former San Antonio Spurs player and two partners have created a device called Innoflate, which guarantees the exact right pressure in a ball, whether it’s a basketball, football, soccer ball, or any other sports ball.
The Children's Ballet of San Antonio (CBSA) is seeing the rewards of training with their young dancers. Several years into the program, many of the dancers are being accepted into prestigious dance schools, and the CBSA is receiving national and international recognition.
She learned about it. She became involved in it. She grew as an artist in the space. She is a product of it. Now, she is keeping the organization alive. Nicole Amri, the Program Director at SAY Sí, talks about her journey with this organization and why it is so important to have this space available to grow more young #artists. Oh, and she talks about glitter crayons. 
KLRN Create
Wednesday, May 15 at 10PM
SAMANTHA BROWN'S PLACES TO LOVE: Seoul, South Korea
A tour of Yeonnam-dong in Seoul, South Korea, a repurposed green space filled with diverse restaurants and coffee shops; side dishes; the changing of the guard at the Gyeongbokgung Palace.
KLRN PBS Kids
Friday, May 17 at 8PM
THE CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT CAMPING
It's the first day of Summer Vacation, and The Cat in the Hat whisks Nick, Sally, and Fish off on the greatest great outdoor camping adventure ever!
KLRN World
Saturday, May 18 at 9PM
AMERICA REFRAMED: Circle Up
Following her son's murder, Janet Connors becomes the first person in Massachusetts to hold a Victim Offender Dialogue; Janet Connors and other mothers work in schools, prisons and social service agencies helping people heal from trauma.
POPULAR on KLRN Passport
THE STORY OF CHINA
Travel from the Silk Road to the Yellow Sea with host Michael Wood as he explores the history of the world’s newest superpower. A thrilling and moving epic of the world’s oldest continuous state with the landscapes, peoples, and stories that made today’s China.
WEEKLY PICK on KLRN Passport
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Three Oak Campus
A girl is raped on an Antwerp university campus in circumstances identical to an unsolved case from 10 years earlier. Inspector Annelies Donckers calls upon her former criminal psychology professor Jasper Teerlinck to help crack the impossible case. Simultaneously expert and eccentric, his curious methods ruffle a few feathers along the way.