TV Listings for Sunday, February 7, 6-9 pm

 Ch  1  Channel: regional soccer semi-finals (R)
 Ch  2: Redneck Channel: Baby Bass Fishing in Lapland(R)
 Ch  3: Nazi Channel: Hitler’s Lost Wedding Album (R)
 Ch  4: Paid programming: Smaller Bust in 5 min thru Prayer.
 [Fox:  SuperBowl (until conclusion)]
 Ch  6 PBS: This Week in New Jersey Primary School Education Fund Drive
 Ch  7 Paid programming: Bigger Bust In 5 Min thru Prayer
 Ch 8 NZBC: New Zealand Parliamentary Question Time and Follow-up Debate
 Ch  9 Public Access: Cribbage ’n’ Cheese Chat with Fran (R)
 Ch 10 Movie Hits: The Making of the trailer for “Heaven’s Gate,” Part III (R)
 Ch 11 C-Span: Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Or.) Roast (R)
 Ch 12 Slammer Channel: True Tales from the Folsom Prison Laundry (R)
 Ch 13: Womens’ Ice Rhumba Championships (preliminary rounds) from Manila
 Ch 14 Crap Channel: “Petticoat Junction” Reunion Special
 Ch 15 Laff Channel: Dutch Standup Comedy Festival ’03 (in Dutch)
 Ch 16 Used Sports Channel: l973 A’s-vs-O’s spring training exhibition (rained out)
 Ch 17: “Bla Nidza Ho!” Bulgaria Today
 Ch 18 Eating Channel: Deep-Fry That Fried Egg! (R)
 Ch 18: Hispaniola Hayride. Guest wagonmaster Peewee Herman 

 Ch 19: Canada Fashion Week Red Carpet Preview, Live from Saskatoon (R)
 Ch 20 Moldy Movie of the Month: Great Train Robbery (colorized, dubbed)


Bruce McCall is a New York artist and writer whose work frequently appears in the New Yorker and Vanity Fair.

July 28: Percy Bysshe Shelley and Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin eloped on this day in 1814.

Crime fiction legends Dennis Lehane and Michael Connelly discuss the new book that unites their beloved sleuths Patrick Kenzie and Harry Bosch.

Books, CDs, DVDs to know about now
Paradise and Elsewhere

Canadian short story marvel Kathy Page emerges as the Alice Munro of the supernatural from these heartfelt tales of shapeshifting swimmers, mild-mannered cannibals, and personality-shifting viruses transmitted through kisses.


When a persuasive pastor arrives in a sleepy farm town, his sage influence has otherworldly results (talking sheep, a mayor who walks on water). But can he pull off the miracle of finding kindly local Liz Denny the love of her life?  Small wonder looms large in this charmer from Andre Alexis.

The Hundred-Year House

When a poetry scholar goes digging through the decrepit estate of his wife's family to uncover a bygone arts colony's strange mysteries, he awakens a tenacious monster: his mother-in-law. A wickedly funny take on aging aristocracies from author Rebecca Makkai (The Borrower).