This came from our old friend Tom Paine, a distinguished international landscape architect based in Boston. He recently spoke at a meeting of the Providence Committee on Foreign Relations (thepcfr.org)
"I was recently invited to appear on the PBS show White House Chronicle to talk about the importance of parks and greenspace in urban life around the world, and about my book Cities with Heart. This half-hour PBS program first airs this Sunday, May 31.
White House Chronicle has been around for 18 years and is broadcast on more than 200 stations nationwide -- a mixture of PBS, public-access and commercial stations (many of which air the program more than once a week). The commercial stations include those on the AMGTV Network. The show also airs worldwide on Voice of America Television.
In Washington, D.C., the episode will air at 9 a.m. on WETA, Channel 26; then at 11:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on WHUT, Channel 32. (WHUT, Howard University Television, is the PBS originating station for the program.)
In New England, the episode will air at 11:30 a.m. on Rhode Island PBS, Digital 36.1/ Cox 08 /1008HD/Verizon FiOS (RI) 08 / 508HD / (MA) 18 / 518 HD Full Channel 08/Comcast in southern Massachusetts.