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KBYU-TV, BYU Television to air specials on Hurricane Katrina relief efforts

Describing efforts by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

KBYU-TV and the BYU Television satellite network will be airing several programs this weekend that deal with the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. The schedules are listed below for each channel. All times are Mountain Daylight Time.

KBYU-TV (Channel 11)

Friday, Sept. 9

7 p.m. - Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast. This is the concert that will also be broadcast on the six major networks.

8 p.m. - Conversations: Interview with Garry Flake. Kent Norton talks with Garry Flake, the director of Humanitarian Emergency Response, a division of the Welfare Services Department of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, about past disasters and what kind of services are offered by the LDS Church.

8:27 p.m. - Church Relief in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina. This will be a short exploration of how the Church is participating in the relief efforts.

BYU Television

Saturday, Sept. 10

1:30 p.m. - Conversations: Interview with Garry Flake

1:57 p.m. - Church Relief in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina

Sunday, Sept. 11

9 p.m. - Conversations: Interview with Garry Flake

9:27 p.m. - Church Relief in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina

Writer: Jim Bell

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