Highlights: March 18-24

Dr. Wayne Dyer offers viewers a detailed explanation of how to manifest that which is most important to them on “Dr. Wayne Dyer – Wishes Fulfilled” at 10 pm Sunday.

Candidates vying for the Republican presidential nomination will meet for a live televised debate in Oregon on “PBS Election: Republican Presidential Candida” at 8 pm Monday.

In the aftermath of the death of one of the most inspirational computer designers and innovators of the 21st century, “Steve Jobs – One Last Thing” at 9:30 pm Monday and 9 pm Wednesday takes an in-depth look at the life and work of Apple boss, Steve Jobs to examine how and why he revolutionized our world.

From director Ric Burns, “Into the Deep: Whaling & America” at 7 pm Tuesday explores America’s first global whaling industry. And as Americans now see fortunes rise and fall on the global energy and consumer markets, the rapid commoditization of whales and the sharp decline of the whaling industry serve as a stark reminder of the volatility of the global marketplace.

Nature at 7 pm Wednesday documents the bush fires that tore through the Australian state of Victoria in February 2009 in “Survivors of the Firestorm”.

In collaboration with National Geographic, Nova at 8 pm Wednesday follows the exploits of acclaimed photojournalist James Balog and a scientific team as they deploy time-lapse cameras in risky, remote locations in the Arctic, Alaska, and the Alps in “Extreme Ice”.

Georgian jam band Widespread Panic celebrates its 25th anniversary with songs from across its career on “Austin City Limits” at 10 pm Wednesday.

Actor/Singer Meat Loaf talks about his career on Overheard with Evan Smith at 7 pm Thursday.

Discover the personal history and unique art of Dia de los Muertos through the stories of San Antonio artists who capture this rich cultural heritage on Arts in Context at 7:30 pm Thursday.

Women are the 21st century’s top-grossing recording artists. “PBS Arts From Cleveland: Women Who Rock” at 9 pm Friday tells the story of how they got here, tracing the earliest women musicians from the 1920′s to the mega stars of today.

Grammy-winners Coldplay, the modern-rock giants who have sold more than 50 million records worldwide, perform hits and selections from their newest album, Mylo Xyloto, on Austin City Limits at 7 pm Saturday.