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Dear friends,

KLRN brings you another week of excellent, quality programs to enjoy.

Tuesday at 8PM on American Masters: "Waterman – Duke: Ambassador of Aloha", explore the life of five-time Olympic medalist Duke Kahanamoku and his impact on the sports of swimming and surfing around the world. On Wednesday beginning at 8PM, NOVA examines new evidence from the final days of the dinosaurs – including a near perfectly-preserved dinosaur leg. And Sunday, catch your favorite dramas including the newest Masterpiece miniseries “Ridley Road” at 8PM.

KLRN is available to you anytime, anywhere from your desktop, laptop or mobile device. Our video library features countless hours of engaging programs and content spanning dozens of genres. To gain access to even more of your favorite PBS shows, consider becoming a KLRN Passport member and supporting your local station.

Thanks for watching.

Arthur Emerson
President & CEO
THURSDAY, MAY 12
7PM
On the Record
7:30PM
8PM
9PM
10PM
Death in Paradise, Season 2
FRIDAY, MAY 13
7PM
Washington Week
7:30PM
Firing Line with Margaret Hoover
8PM
10:30pm
SATURDAY, MAY 14
7PM
Lawrence Welk Show: Salute to the Armed Forces
8PM
9PM
Death in Paradise, Season 2
10PM
ON THE RECORD

Last week On The Record, host Randy Beamer discussed a request by the Spurs to play more home games…away. Then, a look at city redistricting, recycling, and more

Watch last week's episode anytime, anywhere on KLRN's video player.

Catch new episodes of On The Record Thursdays at 7PM.

ASIAN AMERICAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH

This May, KLRN celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month!

We’re featuring a special lineup of programs that showcase the rich culture, history and traditions of the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.

Check out our featured programming and watch with us all month long – on-air and online at klrn.org/live or via the PBS Video App.

A special thanks to Bank of America for supporting these extraordinary programs. 
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)
Friday, May 13 at 8PM
COUNTRY MUSIC: WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN? (1968-1972)
Learn how country music responds to a nation divided by the Vietnam War, as Army captain turned songwriter Kris Kristofferson sets a new lyrical standard, and artists like Bob Dylan and the Byrds find a recording home in Nashville.
KLRN PBS Kids (9.3)
Friday, May 13 at 7PM
NATURE CAT: THE LEAF FAIRY: MIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER
The gang searches for the Leaf Fairy; Nature Cat's waterskiing stunts are interrupted by a swarm of bugs.
KLRN Create (9.4)
Saturday, May 14 at 9PM
100 DAYS, DRINKS, DISHES AND DESTINATIONS
Pack your bags and join Leslie Sbrocco, host of Check Please, Bay Area! as she whisks audiences off for cultural and culinary adventures around the globe.
POPULAR on KLRN Passport

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
Ken Burns’ two-part, four-hour documentary, "Benjamin Franklin," explores the revolutionary life of one of the18th century's most consequential and compelling personalities, whose work and words unlocked the mystery of electricity and helped create the United States.
WEEKLY PICK on KLRN Passport

POV: NORTH BY CURRENT
Filmmaker Angelo Madsen Minax returns to his rural Michigan hometown after the death of his young niece. Decades of home movies and ethereal narration reflect on struggles with grief and addiction as Madsen examines family, faith, and trans identity. NORTH BY CURRENT asks more questions than it answers, and like the relentless Michigan seasons, the only sure things are time and change.