KLRU Kids Lineup change

The new KLRU KIDS schedule will take effect the week of September 7th.

On Monday, Sept. 7th, there is a Dinosaur Train marathon for Labor Day from 8-10 a.m.  Dinosaur Train is seen through the eyes of Buddy, a preschool-aged Tyrannosaurus Rex. Buddy and his adoptive family of Pteranodons go for adventures on the Dinosaur Train to meet all kinds of dinosaurs in different eras and learn fascinating new facts about these incredible creatures.

On Tuesday, September 8th, the new line-up will start (see the list below). One big change will be on the weekends.  On Saturdays, Thomas & Friends and Bob The Builder will move to a new time, now at 8 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. On Sundays, the children’s programming will run an additional hour until 9 a.m.

6:30 :: Sid the Science Kid (Sun and Sat) Word World (Mon to Fir)
7 :: Sesame Street
8 :: Clifford (Sun) Curious George (Mon to Fri)  Thomas and Friends (Sat)
8:30 :: Martha Speaks (Sun) Sid the Science Kid (Mon to Fri)  Bob the Builder (Sat)
9 :: Super Why (Mon to Fri) Animalia (Sat)
9:30 :: Dinosaur Train (Mon to Fri)
10 :: Clifford (Mon to Fri)
10:30 :: Word World (Mon to Fri)
11  :: Mama Mirabel (Mon) Biscuit Brothers (Tues) Angelina Balarina (Wed)
Franny’s Feet (Thur) Mister Rogers (Fri)
11:30 :: Dragon Tales (Mon to  Fri)
noon :: It’s A Big Big World (Mon to Fri)
12:30 :: Barney & Friends (Mon to Fri)
1 :: A Place of Our Own (Mon to Fri)
1:30 :: Los Niños En Su Casa (Mon to Fri)
2 :: Between the Lions (Mon to Fri)
2:30 :: Martha Speaks (Mon to Fri)
3 :: Arthur (Mon to Fri)
3:30  :: Word  Girl (Mon to Thur) Saddle Club (Fri)
4 :: Electric Company (Mon, Wed, Fri) Cyberchase (Tue, Thur)
4:30 :: Fetch (Mon, Wed, Fri) Dragonfly TV (Tue)  Design Squad (Thur)
5 :: Maya & Miguel (Mon to Thur) Biz Kid$ (Fri)

Hispanic Heritage Month programming

KLRU broadcasts programming created by and about people from all cultures year-round, from public affairs to history to independent film to kids programming. In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, KLRU will broadcast a lineup of new and encore presentations honoring and exploring Latin American culture.

POV “Ella es el Matador” Tuesday, Sept. 1 at 9:00 pm
For Spaniards – and for the world – nothing has expressed their country’s traditionally rigid gender roles more powerfully than the image of the male matador. So sacred was the bullfighter’s masculinity to Spanish identity that a 1908 law barred women from the sport. This film reveals the surprising history of the women who made such a law necessary and profiles two female matadors currently in the arena: the acclaimed Mari Paz Vega and neophyte Eva Florencia.