PBS "Think Tank" Airs Part 2 of Intelligent Design Debate
This week on Think Tank: Intelligent Design vs. Evolution, Part Two
Last week, Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg aired the first of two episodes looking at what intelligent design theory is and how it differs from the standard Darwinian explanation for the complexity and diversity of life and the universe. Host Ben Wattenberg was joined by Dr. Stephen Meyer, director of the Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture and co-editor of "Darwinism, Design and Public Education," and Dr. Michael Ruse, Director of the Program in the Philosophy of the History of Science at Florida State University and author of numerous books including "Darwinism and Design." If you missed the program, you canread the transcript. And, be sure not to miss part 2, airing this weekend on PBS stations across the country.
Here are the air times in some major markets from around the country. If your location is not listed here, go here for other air times.
Washington, DC: WETA Ch. 26, Sunday, 10 AMPart 2 of this debate should be broadcast the weekend of Oct. 20-22, and part one may be repeating in some areas as well.
Washington, DC: WHUT Ch 32, Saturday, 9:30 AM
New York, NY: WNET, Ch. 13, Saturday, 9 AM
Chicago, IL: WYCC, Ch. 20, Monday, 4:30 PM
Los Angeles, CA: KCET, Ch. 28, Saturday, 12:30 PM
Sacramento, CA: KVIE2, Ch. 190, Sunday, 5 PM
San Francisco, CA: KCSM, Friday, 5 PM
Denver, CO KBDI, Ch. 12, Sunday, 10 AM
Norfolk, VA: WHRO, Ch. 15, Sunday, 1 PM
Seattle, WA: KCTS, Ch. 9, Tuesday, 5 AM
Seattle, WA: KYVE, Ch. 47, Tuesday, 5 AM
Dayton, OH: WPTD, Ch. 14, Sunday, 6 AM
Tucson, AZ: KUAT, Ch. 6, Sunday, 5 PM
Moline, IL: WQPT, Ch. 24, Thursday 10:30 PM
Kansas City, MO: KCPT, Ch. 4, Sunday, 4 PM
Wichita, KS: KPTS, Ch. 8, Sunday, 7 PM
Oklahoma City, OK: OETA, Ch. 11, Sunday, 6:30 PM
Dallas, TX: KERA, Ch. 13, Friday, 1 AM
Be sure to check out Ben Wattenberg's new blog at www.wattenblog.blogspot.com, where you can respond and contribute to the discussions behind the show. For more information on Think Tank, check out the program's website at http://www.pbs.org/thinktank. And if you'd like to order a copy of this episode, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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