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Schedule Updates


Please note that our programming schedule is subject to change, especially during membership drives. We make every effort to keep these changes to a minimum, and we appreciate your understanding. Please check back for schedule updates.

Saturday, March 16 on Fusion (WNEO 45.2/WEAO 49.2)

3 PM  Frontline— “Boeing’s Fatal FlawNew questions about Boeing’s troubled 737 Max jet, years after two crashes that killed 346 people. An update of the award-winning investigation with The New York Times into the design, oversight and production of Boeing’s fastest selling plane. 

Tuesday, March 19 on PBS Western Reserve (WNEO 45.1/WEAO 49.1)

10 PM  Frontline— “Boeing’s Fatal FlawNew questions about Boeing’s troubled 737 Max jet, years after two crashes that killed 346 people. An update of the award-winning investigation with The New York Times into the design, oversight and production of Boeing’s fastest selling plane.

Wednesday, March 20 on PBS Western Reserve (WNEO 45.1/WEAO 49.1)

3 AM  Frontline— “Boeing’s Fatal FlawNew questions about Boeing’s troubled 737 Max jet, years after two crashes that killed 346 people. An update of the award-winning investigation with The New York Times into the design, oversight and production of Boeing’s fastest selling plane.

Friday, March 29 on PBS Western Reserve (WNEO 45.1/WEAO 49.1)

9 PM  American Masters— “Moynihan” More than simply a biography, this film portrays the spirit of Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s ideas as they evolved over the course of his remarkable career as a scholar and politician. (new length, 2 hour program)

Saturday, March 30 on PBS Western Reserve (WNEO 45.1/WEAO 49.1)

2 AM  American Masters— “Moynihan” More than simply a biography, this film portrays the spirit of Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s ideas as they evolved over the course of his remarkable career as a scholar and politician. (new length, 2 hour program)

Saturday, March 20 on Fusion (WNEO 45.2/WEAO 49.2)

2 PM  American Masters — “Waterman — Duke: Ambassador of Aloha” Narrated by Jason Momoa, discover the inspiring story and considerable impact of five-time Olympic medalist Duke Kahanamoku. He shattered swimming records and globalized surfing while overcoming racism in a lifetime of personal challenges.

 

3:30 PM  Kennedy Center at 50 — Echoing "An American Pageant for the Arts," the 1962 event conducted by Leonard Bernstein, this special celebration and re-launch of live, in-person performing arts in America will be hosted by six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald with special guest Caroline Kennedy and feature the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO). The concert will be directed and choreographed by Emmy Award® winner and Tony Award nominee Joshua Bergasse and feature newly announced conductors JoAnn Falletta, Steven Reineke, and Thomas Wilkins.