#CookForJulia: Ooh, La, La! Watch classic episodes of The French Chef online

Presented in honor of Julia Child’s 100th birthday, PBS has released full episodes of Julia’s first PBS show, The French Chef – originally broadcast in the 1960s. Today’s episodes feature French Tarts, Quiche Lorraine, and French Onion Soup. Watch them now then re-create a recipe (or two!) and share with us to celebrate Julia Child’s legacy and memory on PBS!

KLRU.TV solution to missed programs

Last Friday, the weather along with some lightning caused an interruption to our broadcast schedule that night. I received an e-mail from a viewer about re-broadcasting the Friday programs. It is difficult trying to find another time to re-broadcast programs interrupted by weather or technical problems on KLRU. So a solution to this is going to klru.tv. There you can go online to view many of your KLRU favorities like Newshour, Washington Week to Frontline. With time, we are adding more PBS programs to this site. It also features many of our local programs as well. So when you have a chance, check out klru.tv. I think you will like it.

— Maria Rodriguez, KLRU’s Senior Vice President of Programming

Watch KLRU & PBS anytime, anywhere with klru.tv

Watch KLRU and PBS shows at http://klru.tv

klru.tv is your destination to watch your favorite KLRU programs whenever you want. Subscribe via rss or iTunes to make sure you are notified when something new is available, and embed or share videos with your friends. If you’d like to watch on your iPhone, subscribe to our iTunes podcasts.

We are interested in what you think. If you have any comments or suggestions, please let us know. Enjoy.

Watch KLRU anytime, anywhere with klru.tv

Watch KLRU and PBS shows at http://klru.tv

klru.tv is your destination to watch your favorite KLRU programs whenever you want. Subscribe via rss or iTunes to make sure you are notified when something new is available, and embed or share videos with your friends. If you’d like to watch on your iPhone, subscribe to our iTunes podcasts.

We are interested in what you think. If you have any comments or suggestions, please let us know. Enjoy.