10:30PM - 11:00PM
PBS Previews: The War. We've talked about this show before, repeatedly. It's an inside look at the upcoming Ken Burns documentary on World War II.
Thursday, August 30:
8:00 - 9:00PM
The This Old House Hour - Episode TBA. It’s This Old House and Ask This Old House. It’s like maintenance… for your home. Wait, no, that’s exactly what it is. That doesn’t mean it’s not awesome though. Seriously, The This Old House Hour is one of the finest home improvement hours on PBS. No joke.
9:00 - 10:00PM
Antiques Roadshow - “Charlotte (Hour Three).” Honestly, I never saw myself as a Charlotte. I always thought I was more of a Miranda. Other people have said that I'm far more Carrie than Miranda or Charlotte. One thing I'm certainly not however is a Samantha. Nope, that's just not me.
10:00 - 11:00PM
These Kids Mean Business - Pulitzer winning columnist Clarence Page looks at at-risk youth and the effects of entrepreneurship education on them. Does it help? Does it hurt? What can it teach us?
Friday, August 31:
8:00 - 8:30PM
Washington Week with Gwen Ifill and National Journal #4709. Another whole week has gone by and good old Gwen Ifill and National Journal are here to fill us in. For the record, I like to pretend the National Journal is a sidekick, like Robin to Batman, Starsky to Hutch, or chocolate sauce to chocolate ice cream.
8:30 - 9:00PM
NOW #335. It’s the Emmy award-winning weekly newsmagazine. It looks at issues facing our democracy. The show is hosted by David Brancaccio. And, even better, they still send me e-mails (I think that makes me cool and them nice). Thanks, Now, you guys are awesome!
9:00 - 10:00PM
Bill Moyers Journal #1121 - It’s Bill Moyers. It’s his 1,121th journal (not really, but I’m not going to explain to you the way in which TV shows are numbered at this point in time, maybe later if you’re nice). He’s a good journalist so I assume this will be good journalism (at least the odds are it will).