KQED World TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KQED World in the San Fran/Sacramento Area

This is the KQED World TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the San Fran/Sacramento Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

5:00 AMFocus on Europe 
5:30 AMGlobal 3000    new  
6:00 AMAmerica ReFramed 
A profile of DJ Savarese, a young writer and advocate for nonspeaking autistics.
7:00 AMHearts of Glass 
Vertical Harvest is a year-round urban farm in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Built on just one-tenth of an acre, the high-tech greenhouse grows an amount of produce equivalent to 10 acres of traditional farmland. A portrait of one community's attempt to address pressing issues around local food production, inclusion and opportunity, by telling the story of how this innovative farm provides meaningful employment for people with developmental disabilities.
8:00 AMThe Chavis Chronicles 
8:30 AMThe Laura Flanders Show 
An interview series that features individuals from politics, business and social movements.
9:00 AMArticulate With Jim Cotter 
A deadly accident comes to define the life of Darin Strauss. Then, Steven Mackey is spotlighted.
9:30 AMMN Original 
10:00 AMColorado Experience 
10:30 AMStart Up 
11:00 AMTo the Contrary With Bonnie ErbĂ© 
11:30 AMFiring Line With Margaret Hoover 
12:00 PMThe Open Mind 
12:30 PMEarth Focus 
Featuring the species that are thriving despite human interference in the highly urban area of Los Angeles.
1:00 PMGlobal 3000 
1:30 PMOn Story 
Sasheer Zamata is spotlighted.
2:00 PMAmerica ReFramed 
A profile of DJ Savarese, a young writer and advocate for nonspeaking autistics.
3:00 PMHearts of Glass 
Vertical Harvest is a year-round urban farm in Jackson Hole, Wyo. Built on just one-tenth of an acre, the high-tech greenhouse grows an amount of produce equivalent to 10 acres of traditional farmland. A portrait of one community's attempt to address pressing issues around local food production, inclusion and opportunity, by telling the story of how this innovative farm provides meaningful employment for people with developmental disabilities.
4:00 PMHistory With David Rubenstein 
A look into the life and legacy left behind by broker James A. Baker.
4:30 PMHistory With David Rubenstein 
H.W. Brands talks about Abraham Lincoln, John Brown, and the early days of America's struggle to end slavery.
5:00 PMNature 
A wildlife cameraman spends his time during the pandemic lockdown filming the bees in his urban garden and discovers the many diverse species and personalities that exist in this insect family.

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