KLRU

Antenna - 18
AT&T U-verse - 18 / 1018 (HD)
Grande - 9 / 309 (HD)
Time Warner - 9 / 1221 (HD)
Direct TV - 18
Dish - 18

KLRU Create

Antenna - 18-2
AT&T U-verse - does not carry
Grande - 283
Time Warner - 1270
Direct TV - does not carry
Dish - does not carry

KLRU Q

Antenna - 18-3
AT&T U-verse - does not carry
Grande - 284
Time Warner - 20 / 1268 (HD)
Direct TV - does not carry
Dish - does not carry

V-Me

Antenna - 18-4
AT&T U-verse - 3015
Grande - 285
Time Warner - 881 / 1269 (HD)
Direct TV - 410
Dish - 846 / 9414 (HD)

KLRU Schedule | Burt Wolf: What We Eat

When he marched into Mexico in 1519, Hernando Cortez became the first European to see a tomato. He sent some to the Spanish settlements in the Caribbean and from there back to Europe. In this program we find out why the tomato was readily accepted in Italy and Southern Europe but not in the north. We discover the story of the tomato pill that claimed to cure all illnesses, the true origin of ketchup and how it became our national condiment, why the Supreme Court changed the tomato from a fruit to a vegetable, the strange history of tomato juice, and why we throw tomatoes at people who get on our nerves.