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12:00 AM 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "Child"  Children often understand that death is a changed state of being, but not how final it is. Between the ages of seven and ten, their questions about death become more frequent and complicated. [P]

12:30 AM 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "Grief and Bereavement"  The effect of grief can last a lifetime as we try to find a balance between overcoming our loss and keeping the memory of the loved one alive. In this program, the question "How long does grief last?" guides conversations with two middle-aged sisters whose mother recently died; with members of a family in which the youngest son was murdered; with an adult orphaned as a child; and with a teenager who lost her mother, and may now lose her father and brother, to AIDS. [P]

1:00 AM 
Democracy In America  "Elections: The Maintenance of Democracy"  This program explores the crucial role of strategy in the two-stage electoral campaign system; the opportunities for citizens to choose, organize, and elect candidates who will pursue policies they favor; and the need for campaigns to increase voter turnout by educating citizens about the importance and influence of their vote. [P]

1:30 AM 
Democracy In America  "Interest Groups: Organizing to Influence"  This program shows how America's large number of corporate, citizen-action, and grass-roots interest groups enhance our representative process by giving citizens a role in shaping policy agendas. [P]

2:00 AM 
In Search of the Novel  "Who Am I In This Story?"  A reader can take on a number of roles in a novel: the protagonist, the narrator, the author, or another character. In this program, students and novelists examine the complex ways readers may identify with characters in a novel. [P]

3:00 AM 
Economics Classroom, The: A Workshop for Grade 9-12 Teachers  "Learning, Earning, and Saving"  Learn basic personal finance and arm students with sound, practical advice to formulate and reach their own financial goals. This session reveals the truth about millionaires, the power of compound interest, and how investment in education pays off. [P]

4:00 AM 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Connecting with Networks"  Connections can be physical, as with bridges, or immaterial, as with friendships. Both types of connections can be understood using the same mathematical framework called network theory, or graph theory, which is a way to abstract and quantify the notion of connectivity. [P]

4:30 AM 
Mathematics Illuminated  "In Sync"  Systems of synchronization occur throughout the animate and inanimate world. The regular beating of the human heart, the swaying and near collapse of the Millennium Bridge, the simultaneous flashing of gangs of fireflies in Southeast Asia: these varied phenomena all share the property of spontaneous synchronization. [P]

5:00 AM 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Japan"  Japan Is an island country located east of Asia, made up of hundreds of smaller islands but four main islands. The country has a rich history with great ties to the past. [P]

5:30 AM 
Hey Kids, Let's Cook  "Mini Meatballs and Pasta"  A favorite saying at Italian dinner tables - Moms would say: "Mangia e statti zitto", meaning "Eat and be quiet". So with that said, we're making Italian today. [P]

6:00 AM 
Nick Stellino's Family Kitchen Pot Roast with Marsala; Caesar Salad. [P]

6:30 AM 
Art of Food with Wendy Brodie  "American Sushi"  Brodie and guest chef and author Tracy Griffith create imaginative replacements for rolls, sashimi and others. [P]

7:00 AM 
Wild Photo Adventures  "Florida Everglades, Part 1"  Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner and nature photographer Jason Hahn wade through mystical swamps and mangrove tunnels in the Florida Everglades in search of beautiful subjects to photograph. [P]

7:30 AM 
Pedal America  "From Liquor Bottle to Water Bottle - Chicago, Illinois"  Ira David pedals along The Windy City's magnificent lakefront and downtown neighborhoods to show why Chicago is consistently ranked among the top five bicycling towns in North America. Stops include Museum Campus, Soldier Field, and the Lookingglass Theatre Company. [P]

8:00 AM 
Ask This Old House  "Special New York Episode"  In a special episode, the guys visit New York. Plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey tours a scale model of the entire city in Queens. [P]

8:30 AM 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Shaker-Inspired Night Stand"  The Shaker-inspired Night Stand is one of Tommy?s favorite projects. This particular piece really shows off Tommy's style in using rough cut lumber and gives Tommy a chance to put a contemporary spin on a traditional piece. [G]

9:00 AM 
Growing a Greener World  "Natural Pest Control - Discovering Eco-friendly Solutions to an Old Problem"  Allentown, PA. As our society gradually turns to more eco-friendly practices, one solution for pest control has been with us since the beginning of time. [P]

9:30 AM 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Regional Garden"  In this "best-of" episode, host Katie Brown celebrates the diverse tastes of the world. In the Kitchen: French onion soup, Greek-style stuffed eggplant and Jamaican jerk chicken with citrus salsa. [P]

10:00 AM 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Autumn Desserts"  Bridget reveals the secrets to the ultimate Apple Dumplings. Then, Adam reveals his top picks for cake carriers. [P]

10:30 AM 
Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef  "The Great Pies of France"  Luscious, savory pies have long been the hallmark of great French home cooking. Chef Keller presents some blue-ribbon winners that use flavors and aromas that take you right into the heart of France. [P]

11:00 AM 
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table  "Cooking for Old-Fashioned Flavor"  Allen visits an 18th-century cooking expert and learns how to use the tools of the trade. Allen also cooks up his great-grandmother's blackberry jam cake and an amazing buttermilk pie recipe from a 1923 handwritten note. [G]

11:30 AM 

12:00 PM 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "Child"  Children often understand that death is a changed state of being, but not how final it is. Between the ages of seven and ten, their questions about death become more frequent and complicated. [P]

12:30 PM 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "Grief and Bereavement"  The effect of grief can last a lifetime as we try to find a balance between overcoming our loss and keeping the memory of the loved one alive. In this program, the question "How long does grief last?" guides conversations with two middle-aged sisters whose mother recently died; with members of a family in which the youngest son was murdered; with an adult orphaned as a child; and with a teenager who lost her mother, and may now lose her father and brother, to AIDS. [P]

1:00 PM 
Democracy In America  "Elections: The Maintenance of Democracy"  This program explores the crucial role of strategy in the two-stage electoral campaign system; the opportunities for citizens to choose, organize, and elect candidates who will pursue policies they favor; and the need for campaigns to increase voter turnout by educating citizens about the importance and influence of their vote. [P]

1:30 PM 
Democracy In America  "Interest Groups: Organizing to Influence"  This program shows how America's large number of corporate, citizen-action, and grass-roots interest groups enhance our representative process by giving citizens a role in shaping policy agendas. [P]

2:00 PM 
In Search of the Novel  "Who Am I In This Story?"  A reader can take on a number of roles in a novel: the protagonist, the narrator, the author, or another character. In this program, students and novelists examine the complex ways readers may identify with characters in a novel. [P]

3:00 PM 
Economics Classroom, The: A Workshop for Grade 9-12 Teachers  "Learning, Earning, and Saving"  Learn basic personal finance and arm students with sound, practical advice to formulate and reach their own financial goals. This session reveals the truth about millionaires, the power of compound interest, and how investment in education pays off. [P]

4:00 PM 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Connecting with Networks"  Connections can be physical, as with bridges, or immaterial, as with friendships. Both types of connections can be understood using the same mathematical framework called network theory, or graph theory, which is a way to abstract and quantify the notion of connectivity. [P]

4:30 PM 
Mathematics Illuminated  "In Sync"  Systems of synchronization occur throughout the animate and inanimate world. The regular beating of the human heart, the swaying and near collapse of the Millennium Bridge, the simultaneous flashing of gangs of fireflies in Southeast Asia: these varied phenomena all share the property of spontaneous synchronization. [P]

5:00 PM 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Japan"  Japan Is an island country located east of Asia, made up of hundreds of smaller islands but four main islands. The country has a rich history with great ties to the past. [P]

5:30 PM 
Hey Kids, Let's Cook  "Mini Meatballs and Pasta"  A favorite saying at Italian dinner tables - Moms would say: "Mangia e statti zitto", meaning "Eat and be quiet". So with that said, we're making Italian today. [P]

6:00 PM 
Essential Pepin  "Egg-Ceptional"  Mollet Eggs Florentine; Eggs In Ramekins; Eggs En Cocotte; Scrambled Eggs In Bread Cases With Candied Oyster Mushrooms; Fines Herbs Omelet; Mushroom Omelet; Flat Potato Omelet. [P]

6:30 PM 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Slow-Cooker Revolution"  [P]

7:00 PM 
Winemakers  "Blending Challenge"  The three finalists begin the process of making their wine. Given a dream list of potential blending components to make their wine, they will be judged by a team of super tasters (famous wine makers, sommeliers etc . [P]

7:30 PM 
Pati's Mexican Table  "Classic Mexican Food Battles"  Jump into a Lucha Libre ring and experience the kind of fighting spirit that fuels a great love of Mexican food. These classic recipes provoke heated discussions in Mexico, but are perfectly tasty regardless of which twist on ingredients you prefer. [P]

8:00 PM 
Ask This Old House  "Special New York Episode"  In a special episode, the guys visit New York. Plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey tours a scale model of the entire city in Queens. [P]

8:30 PM 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Siena and Assisi: Italy's Grand Hill Towns"  Rick tours the innovative medieval hospital in Siena and a bakery that makes panforte. He explores the Chianti region and spends a night at a farmhouse where he learns about the Slow Food Movement before following the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi. [G]

9:00 PM 
Grand View  "Great Basin National Park"  [P]

9:30 PM 
Essential Pepin  "Egg-Ceptional"  Mollet Eggs Florentine; Eggs In Ramekins; Eggs En Cocotte; Scrambled Eggs In Bread Cases With Candied Oyster Mushrooms; Fines Herbs Omelet; Mushroom Omelet; Flat Potato Omelet. [P]

10:00 PM 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Slow-Cooker Revolution"  [P]

10:30 PM 
Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  "Guac on the Wild Side"  Everyone loves guacamole. And for every person you ask, there's a secret recipe and a preferred style. [P]

11:00 PM 
Caprial and John's Kitchen: Cooking for Family and Friends  "Chestnuts: Beyond Roasting"  The Pences visit one of the country's few organic chestnut farms and discover how this classic nut is making a comeback. [G]

11:30 PM 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Siena and Assisi: Italy's Grand Hill Towns"  Rick tours the innovative medieval hospital in Siena and a bakery that makes panforte. He explores the Chianti region and spends a night at a farmhouse where he learns about the Slow Food Movement before following the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi. [G]


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