4 September 2015

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11:30 PMCharlie Rose
12:30 AMTavis Smiley: Director Peter Bogdanovich.
1:00 AMTheater Talk: New York theater.
1:30 AMThe Making of a Lady: Hoping to become the sole heir to a fortune, a man hatches a plot to kill a pregnant woman.
3:00 AMVOCES on PBS - Rebel  : Loreta Velasquez fights for the Confederacy in the Civil War.
4:00 AMIndependent Lens - Las Marthas: Mexican-American girls preserve the Martha Washington Pageant and Ball for debutantes in Texas.
5:00 AMVOCES on PBS - Escaramuza: Riding From the Heart  : Female rodeo riders hope to represent the U.S. at the National Charro Championships in Mexico.
6:00 AMRoadtrip Nation - Breaking Out of the Comfort Zone: Dr. Graeme Rae, chief scientist for Surfline.com.
6:30 AMRick Steves' Europe - London: Historic and Dynamic: Royal tombs in Westminster Abbey; British Library; Churchill's secret World War II headquarters.
7:00 AMLocal Programming
7:30 AMOne on One With Steve Adubato: Professionals and innovators share their experiences.
8:00 AMConsuelo Mack WealthTrack - Retirement Essentials  : Author Mary Beth Franklin.
8:30 AMLocal Programming
9:00 AMWashington Week With Gwen Ifill: President Obama secures support for Iran nuclear deal; analysis of the 2016 presidential race.
9:30 AMLocal Programming
10:00 AMSciTech Now
10:30 AMReligion & Ethics Newsweekly - Affordable Heart Surgery; Jewish Environmentalism: Heart surgeon Devi Prasad Shetty provides affordable world-class care.
11:00 AMNew York Now
11:30 AMTo the Contrary With Bonnie Erb: Latifa Lyles, director of the Women's Bureau at the Department of Labor.
12:00 PMThe Open Mind - Growing the Next Generation  : Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. discusses the link between college affordability and economic growth.
12:30 PMCaucus New Jersey: Major political issues are discussed.
1:00 PMDropping Back In - Building a Better Life  : Apprentice and training-based programs prepare under-educated and unemployed people for jobs.
1:30 PMAmerican Masters - Althea: Althea Gibson becomes the first black person to play and win at Wimbledon and Forest Hills.
3:00 PMIn Their Own Words - Queen Elizabeth II  : Queen Elizabeth II's life, from her youth to her sudden ascension to the throne.
4:00 PMGlobe Trekker - Building England I: Durham Cathedral; Fountains Abbey; York Minster; Warkworth Castle; Kentwell Hall; Burghley House.
5:00 PMNature - Kangaroo Mob: Street-smart kangaroos move into Australia's capital city.
6:00 PMPBS NewsHour Weekend
6:30 PMSciTech Now
7:00 PMThis Old House - Lexington Project 2015: Finishing Details: New plants for the landscaping; radiators; upstairs laundry room; insulated steel garage doors.
7:30 PMThis Old House - Lexington Project 2015: Down to the Wire: Installing tall fescue; great room entertainment center; heating and cooling decisions.
8:00 PMKeeping Up Appearances - Daddy's Accident: Hyacinth's father has an accident on his bicycle while chasing the milkwoman.
8:30 PMAs Time Goes By - The Bypass: Road construction wreaks havoc during a trip to the countryside.
9:00 PMDoctor Zhivago: A sensitive Russian doctor is torn between his wife and the great love of his life.
12:25 AMLocal Programming