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12:00 AM 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "What Is Death?"  Definitions of death have been debated for centuries, depending on culture, social conditions, and the role of the medical profession. In this program, we see how ideas have changed historically and how our newest definitions, like "brain death," may not yet be adequate for encompassing all of death's meanings. [P]

12:30 AM 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "Dying Person"  When we are told that we are terminally ill, we are defined, more than ever, by the limits of our bodies. In this program, we meet three women. [P]

1:00 AM 
Democracy In America  "Modern Presidency: Tools of Power"  This program shows that the American Presidency has been transformed since the 1930s. Today, presidents are overtly active in the legislative process: they use the media to appeal directly to the people and they exercise leadership over an "institutional presidency" with thousands of aides. [P]

1:30 AM 
Democracy In America  "Bureaucracy: A Controversial Necessity"  This program reveals how the American bureaucracy delivers significant services directly to the people, how it has expanded in response to citizen demands for increased government services, and how bureaucrats sometimes face contradictory expectations that are difficult to satisfy. [P]

2:00 AM 
In Search of the Novel  "Where Do Novels Come From?"  This program explores the genesis of characters, plot, themes, and interpretation from the novelist's point of view. Participants examine the relationship between the novel and the objective reality from which it may spring. [P]

3:00 AM 
Economics Classroom, The: A Workshop for Grade 9-12 Teachers  "How Economists Think"  This session introduces the workshop with an economist. [P]

4:00 AM 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Other Dimensions"  The conventional notion of dimension consists of three degrees of freedom: length, width, and height, each of which is a quantity that can be measured independently of the others. Many mathematical objects, however, require more. [P]

4:30 AM 
Mathematics Illuminated  "The Beauty of Symmetry"  In mathematics, symmetry has more than just a visual or geometric quality. Mathematicians comprehend symmetries as motions. [P]

5:00 AM 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Canada"  Canada is located in northern, North America and is bordered on the south by the United States. It is the world's second largest country by total area. [P]

5:30 AM 
Hey Kids, Let's Cook  "French Crepes"  We're always teaching you recipes from other cultures, and today we're going to show you how to make a breakfast that the French just love - French crepes. They're very thin pancakes and we are going to roll them up and serve them with different fillings. [P]

6:00 AM 
Nick Stellino's Family Kitchen Fish in Red Wine Sauce; Braised Baby Bok Choy. [P]

6:30 AM 
Art of Food with Wendy Brodie  "Tur-Duck-En"  Brodie goes on a culinary adventure to de-mystify this seemingly complicated dish: a chicken encased in a duck encased in a turkey. Tur-duck-en is trademarked by Chef Paul Prudhomme. [P]

7:00 AM 
Wild Photo Adventures  "Wild Horses"  Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner discovers Spanish wild horses to photograph along the remote beaches on the Outer Banks of North Carolina with nature photographer Jared Lloyd. [P]

7:30 AM 
Pedal America  "Women of Red Rock - Sedona, Arizona"  It took 230 million years for Sedona, Arizona to surface from the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, but its receding waters left behind a spectacular field of red rock vortexes that many claim heal and cleanse the body. Ira David pedals his road and mountain bike through the Bellrock Pathway and Mystic Trail to learn why women who visit Sedona choose never to leave and the role the vortexes and cycling have played in their newly-found lifestyles. [P]

8:00 AM 
Ask This Old House  "Building A Custom Fireplace Mantel/Repairing A Leaking Kitchen Faucet"  General contractor Tom Silva builds a custom fireplace mantel for a homeowner. Then, Roger shares some tips about garden edging. [P]

8:30 AM 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Potting Station"  [P]

9:00 AM 
Growing a Greener World  "Community Gardens- Growing So Much More Than Plants"  Columbus, OH, Seattle, WA and Portland, OR. Having an opportunity to participate in a community garden builds a sense of community like nothing else. [P]

9:30 AM 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Gift Giving"  Katie proves it's better (and more fun) to give than to receive with easy and thoughtful gift ideas. In the Kitchen: Put-It-Together Pie, Tortellini and Turkey Meatball Soup, Strawberry Pesto, Apple Ginger Preserves and Orange Caramel Sauce. [P]

10:00 AM 
Burt Wolf: What We Eat  "Here's Looking at You Kid: The Story of Wine In The Americas"  Burt looks at the history, folklore and culture of winemaking in America from the earliest plantings by Spaniards, through prohibition to today's prized vintages. [G]

10:30 AM 
Caprial and John's Kitchen: Cooking for Family and Friends  "Wine Pairing Dinner"  The Pences choose a white and a red wine for, first, oven poached halibut with ginger and then chilies braised beef with olive and roasted garlic butter. [G]

11:00 AM 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Wine and Cheese"  Bring the vineyard indoors with a wine and cheese party. Tickle guests' taste buds with zucchini poppers, blue cheese with rosemary honey, and bean and feta salad. [P]

11:30 AM 
Rudy Maxa's World  "Mendoza, Argentina"  The heart of Argentine wine country is nestled in a valley beneath the snow-capped Andes whose iconic summit, Aconcagua, is the highest in the Western hemisphere. Glacial runoff from the mountain range feeds the miles of vineyards that, along with fruit and vegetable farms, blanket the lowlands. [P]

12:00 PM 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "What Is Death?"  Definitions of death have been debated for centuries, depending on culture, social conditions, and the role of the medical profession. In this program, we see how ideas have changed historically and how our newest definitions, like "brain death," may not yet be adequate for encompassing all of death's meanings. [P]

12:30 PM 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "Dying Person"  When we are told that we are terminally ill, we are defined, more than ever, by the limits of our bodies. In this program, we meet three women. [P]

1:00 PM 
Democracy In America  "Modern Presidency: Tools of Power"  This program shows that the American Presidency has been transformed since the 1930s. Today, presidents are overtly active in the legislative process: they use the media to appeal directly to the people and they exercise leadership over an "institutional presidency" with thousands of aides. [P]

1:30 PM 
Democracy In America  "Bureaucracy: A Controversial Necessity"  This program reveals how the American bureaucracy delivers significant services directly to the people, how it has expanded in response to citizen demands for increased government services, and how bureaucrats sometimes face contradictory expectations that are difficult to satisfy. [P]

2:00 PM 
In Search of the Novel  "Where Do Novels Come From?"  This program explores the genesis of characters, plot, themes, and interpretation from the novelist's point of view. Participants examine the relationship between the novel and the objective reality from which it may spring. [P]

3:00 PM 
Economics Classroom, The: A Workshop for Grade 9-12 Teachers  "How Economists Think"  This session introduces the workshop with an economist. [P]

4:00 PM 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Other Dimensions"  The conventional notion of dimension consists of three degrees of freedom: length, width, and height, each of which is a quantity that can be measured independently of the others. Many mathematical objects, however, require more. [P]

4:30 PM 
Mathematics Illuminated  "The Beauty of Symmetry"  In mathematics, symmetry has more than just a visual or geometric quality. Mathematicians comprehend symmetries as motions. [P]

5:00 PM 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Canada"  Canada is located in northern, North America and is bordered on the south by the United States. It is the world's second largest country by total area. [P]

5:30 PM 
Hey Kids, Let's Cook  "French Crepes"  We're always teaching you recipes from other cultures, and today we're going to show you how to make a breakfast that the French just love - French crepes. They're very thin pancakes and we are going to roll them up and serve them with different fillings. [P]

6:00 PM 
Essential Pepin  "Classic Conclusions"  [P]

6:30 PM 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Shake and Bake Reinvented"  [P]

7:00 PM 
Winemakers  "Can You Sell It?"  Small winemakers, like the ones the winner will become, wear many hats. And one of the most important hats is sales person. [P]

7:30 PM 
Clodagh's Irish Food Trails  "Tipperary"  [P]

8:00 PM 
Ask This Old House  "Building A Custom Fireplace Mantel/Repairing A Leaking Kitchen Faucet"  General contractor Tom Silva builds a custom fireplace mantel for a homeowner. Then, Roger shares some tips about garden edging. [P]

8:30 PM 
Rick Steves' Europe Classics  "France's Alsace"  After village-hopping and wine-shopping along the Alsatian wine road, we savor the world-class cuisine and art of Colmar and visit the birthplace of Champagne. [G]

9:00 PM 
Grand View  "Grand Canyon National Park - North Rim"  [P]

9:30 PM 
Essential Pepin  "Classic Conclusions"  [P]

10:00 PM 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Shake and Bake Reinvented"  [P]

10:30 PM 
Great American Seafood Cook-Off Fires blazed and seafood sizzled as New Orleans hosted the fifth annual Great American Seafood Cook-Off in August 2008. During the two-day competition, 15 chefs from 14 different states prepared their best dishes using the seafood indigenous to their state. [P]

11:00 PM 
Caprial and John's Kitchen: Cooking for Family and Friends  "Blueberry Harvest"  Blueberries are known as a superfood, loaded with antioxidants. The Pences prepare some treats that are too delectable to pass up! Fresh Blueberries with Caramel Ganache; Crispy Topped Blueberry Muffins. [P]

11:30 PM 
Rick Steves' Europe Classics  "France's Alsace"  After village-hopping and wine-shopping along the Alsatian wine road, we savor the world-class cuisine and art of Colmar and visit the birthplace of Champagne. [G]


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