OCTOBER 25, 2021  | online video | programming | DONATE
Dear Friends,
 
San Antonio is known as "Military City USA" and this November, KLRN honors the contributions of U.S. Military service members, veterans, and their families to both our city and our country.

Beginning October 26, KLRN will air a special PBS documentary titled American VeteranThis four-part series traces the veteran experience across the arc of American history and explores the present-day divide between civilian and veteran communities. Watch this one-hour program on Tuesday evenings from October 26 to November 16 on KLRN channel 9.1 and 9.2 (view additional times on our Programming page). 

KLRN is proud to provide quality programming and educational content across a broad spectrum of interests. I invite you to explore the robust offerings of KLRN's video player. There, you'll find episodes, specials, and more from your favorite programs - and maybe even some you haven't yet discovered! KLRN has hours of your favorite shows available on-air, via our livestream or on the PBS app. BecomeKLRN Passport member to gain access to even more PBS programming while supporting your local station.
  
Thanks for watching,

Arthur Emerson
President & CEO
MONDAY, OCT. 25
7PM
Antiques Roadshow: Tearjerkers
8PM
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SATURDAY, OCT. 30
7PM
Lawrence Welk Show: Tribute to Irving Berlin
8PM
9PM
10PM


ON THE RECORD

Last week, On The Record guest host Joey Palacios of Texas Public Radio talks to St. Mary’s University Law Professor Al Kaufmann about what he thinks could happen in the courts with Republican-led efforts to redraw state voting districts.  

Plus, Assistant City Manager Rod Sanchez discusses an upcoming bond project going before voters next spring. We also hear from Mike Flores, Chancellor of the Alamo Community College District, on the future of the San Antonio College newspaper, The Ranger.

Keep a pulse on the important issues impacting our city today with new episodes of On The Record, Thursdays at 7PM.


On this episode of ¡Salud! host Jenna Saucedo speaks with three Latinas who created paths of their own, from a leader in a top public service role, to a doctor making a positive impact in health care institutions and a blogger who found success by sharing her San Antonio Tex-Mex culture in a digital space. 

This program is proudly sponsored by Texas Mutual.


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, Oct. 28 at 8PM
SECRETS OF THE DEAD: THE WOMAN IN THE IRON COFFIN
Follow a team of forensic experts as they investigate the preserved remains of a young African American woman from 19th century New York and reveal the little-known story of early America’s free Black communities.
KLRN PBS Kids (9.3)
Friday, Oct. 29 at 7PM
RED JET GO!: THAT'S ONE GIGANTIC PUMPKIN, JET PROPULSION!
Jet gets a little carried away when the kids attempt to grow prize-winning pumpkins in the backyard.
KLRN Create (9.4)
Sunday, Oct. 31 at 8PM
LES STROUD'S WILD HARVEST: MUSSELS & WILD RADISH
Exploring the wild harvest within the tidal zone of southern Oregon -- mussels, wild radish and seaweed.
POPULAR on KLRN Passport

BIG BEND: THE WILD FRONTIER OF TEXAS
Roam the Wild West frontier land of the Rio Grande’s Big Bend alongside its iconic animals, including black bears, rattlesnakes and scorpions.
WEEKLY PICK on KLRN Passport

NOVA: BAT SUPERPOWERS
Bats have been implicated in deadly epidemics such as COVID-19 and Ebola, yet scientists are discovering evidence that they may hold a key to a longer and healthier life. From caves in Thailand and Texas to labs around the globe, NOVA meets the scientists who are decoding the superpowers of the bat.