Sat, 12/29/2012 - 9:00pm

After DOC MARTIN: THE MOVIE but before there was DOC MARTIN the series, there was DOC MARTIN AND THE LEGEND OF THE CLOUTIE. The Doc (Martin Clunes) is in need of a bit of distance from the small village of Port Issac, so when the local real estate agent shows him the ramshackle, middle-of-nowhere property Tregrunnt Farm, it's love at first sight. Problem is the Bowden family from London also have their eye on the property for holiday cottages. After being hoodwinked in the deal and increasingly desperate to buy the property, Doc decides to try and spook the family into leaving with the help of the legendary Beast of Bodmin. He returns to prowl around Tregrunnt with an absurd beast printmaking device, but the exercise is doomed and Doc decides to change tactics. Rather skeptically, he resorts to an old Cornish witch's trick — a cloutie; a small ribbon of cloth which, if attached to a tree and wished upon, will make wishes come true. But the caster of the spell must beware — what you wish for will come back at you threefold.


MIdsomer Murders
Sat, 12/29/2012 - 8:00pm

In the village of Goodman's Land, postman Dave Cutler is murdered while on an early morning round. With the help of local community WPC Jay Nash, Barnaby & Troy's investigations reveal that Cutler was the local Romeo, having seduced a number of women. Would any of the jealous husbands or jilted lovers have wanted to murder him? When the bodies of two husbands of these adulterous women are found, the idea quickly fades. Instead, the investigation team's search identifies a twisted murderer scarred by childhood memories.

American Masters
Fri, 12/28/2012 - 9:00pm

Uncover the story of the first quintessentially American dance company, the Joffrey Ballet. Founders Robert Joffrey and Gerald Arpino pioneered a new dance philosophy by daringly combining modern and traditional techniques and art with social statement, and integrating pop and rock music scores. Tracing the struggles and triumphs of the company from 1956 to the present, the film features interviews with former and current Joffrey dancers, the breakthroughs of choreographers Twyla Tharp, Laura Dean and Margo Sappington, and rare archival performance footage, including excerpts from signature works Astarte, Trinity and Billboards. Mandy Patinkin narrates.

Thu, 12/27/2012 - 8:00pm

Jacob has played cello with the Little Delaware Youth Ensemble and the Empire State Youth Orchestra.  He has performed at Carnegie Hall and Tanglewood with ESYO and studied cello with Ben Whittenburg and piano with Jane Curley.  Esther divides her time between the flute, viola and piano.  Her private teachers have included Diane Krick, Kitty Fitzgerald, Julian Wilcox, Carol Erlandson, Megan Dyer, Yi Ping Yang and Jane Curley. She has played flute with the Empire State Repertory Orchestra, viola with the Little Delaware Youth Ensemble, and the Empire State Youth Orchestra.  Nathaniel Efthimiou has had private instruction from Uli Speth, Julie Signitzer, Jane Curley, Julian Wilcox, and Gina Bailey.  He attended Houghton College and studied Music Composition and intends to continue his studies on violin, piano, organ, and conducting.  Nathaniel was a member of the Little Delaware Youth Ensemble for seven seasons, composing and conducting twelve pieces for the ensemble and was also a member of the Empire State Youth Orchestra for two seasons.  Rebekah Efthimiou is a student of renowned harpist, Yolanda Kondonassis. She graduated with her high school diploma from the Interlochen Arts Academy (IAA) in 2009 having studied with Joan Raeburn Holland. Before attending the IAA she was a student of Karlinda Caldicott and Meredith Bocek.  She performed with the Little Delaware Youth Ensemble preceding a season as principal harpist with the Empire State Youth Orchestra in Albany, NY.

The Efthimiou Four came to WSKG studios in March 2011 performing in front of a live studio audience.

Wed, 12/26/2012 - 9:00pm

Carved from a hundred million pounds of stone, soaring effortlessly atop a spider web of masonry, Gothic cathedrals are marvels of human achievement and artistry. But how did medieval builders reach such spectacular heights? Consuming the labor of entire towns, sometimes taking a hundred years to build, these architectural marvels were crafted from just hand tools and stone. Many now teeter on the brink of catastrophic collapse. To save them, an international team of engineers, architects, art historians and computer scientists searches the naves, bays and bell-towers for clues to how the dream of these heavenly temples on earth came true.

Wed, 12/26/2012 - 8:00pm

Thick forests, vast wetlands, deep chasms - this is a wild, inaccessible place that belongs more to myth than reality. The landscape looks as if it was taken straight from Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. But here, there are neither orcs nor elves; rather, bears and wolves. This is not Middle Earth; rather it is middle Europe - the Balkans. Through the centuries, this land has burned its way into the soul and spirit of its people. The jagged contours have thrown long, dark shadows over the history of the peninsula, always in the middle, between forces of the East and the West. It's as if the bloody history of the Balkans conspired to conceal its natural wonders. The landscape is still untouched, and in it are wild animals that have all but vanished from the rest of Europe.

Breakfast Special 2
Tue, 12/25/2012 - 9:30pm

Going out for breakfast can be a delicious, social and sometimes gritty pleasure. This tasty sequel (with a playful title) from Rick Sebak celebrates some great breakfast spots — like Big Ed’s in Raleigh, North Carolina; Post Road Diner in Norwalk, Connecticut; and Square Cafe and Hot Metal Diner in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Go to the Big Island of Hawaii to learn about “loco moco,” pay tribute to Carman’s Country Kitchen in Philadelphia and, when in Wentworth by the Sea in New Hampshire, order lobster hash.

Holiday Special
Tue, 12/25/2012 - 8:00pm

JAMES STEWART: A WONDERFUL LIFE salutes one of Hollywood’s best-loved actors. Stewart, who started his career as a magician and accordionist, rose to stardom portraying ordinary men who called on their interior strengths to accomplish extraordinary things. Produced and directed by David Heeley and hosted by Johnny Carson, JAMES STEWART: A WONDERFUL LIFE features interviews with Hollywood luminaries and visits to the sets of Stewart‘s most popular films, creating a moving tribute to a truly unforgettable actor.

Tue, 12/25/2012 - 8:00am

In A VERY MONKEY CHRISTMAS, Curious George and the Man with the Yellow Hat are having a wonderful time getting ready for Christmas. There's only one dilemma - neither of them can figure out what to give the other for a present!

Tue, 12/25/2012 - 7:00am

In ARTHUR'S PERFECT CHRISTMAS, everyone’s favorite aardvark shows children many ways to celebrate the holidays. 

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