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November 24, 2017
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12:00 am 
BBC World News   NULL
12:30 am 
NHK Newsline   NULL
1:00 am 
Mathematics Illuminated  "How Big Is Infinity?"  Throughout the ages, the notion of infinity has been a source of mystery and paradox, a philosophical question to ponder. As a mathematical concept, infinity is at the heart of calculus, the notion of irrational numbers. D
1:30 am 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Topology's Twists and Turns"  Topology, known as "rubber sheet math," is a field of mathematics that concerns those properties of an object that remain the same even when the object is stretched and squashed. In this unit we investigate topology's seminal relationship to network theory, the study of connectedness, and its critical function in understanding the shape of the universe in which we live. D
2:00 am 
Primary Sources: Workshops In American History  "The Lowell System: Women in a New Industrial Society"  In the earliest days of American industry, the Boston Manufacturing Company created an innovative, single-location manufacturing enterprise at Lowell that depended on the recruitment of female mill workers. This workshop debates the impact of this new form of employment on workers - for better or for worse. Participants investigate the workers' experiences first-hand, through diaries, letters, published accounts, and official mill postings.G
3:00 am 
Making Meaning In Literature: A Workshop for Teachers, Grades 6-8  "Workshop 3. Going Further In Discussion"  Since discussion is so central to the growth and development of a literary community, this program also concentrates on this activity. The teachers talk about ways to recognize good discussion, adding personal anecdotes about ways in which they participate in or step out at various points in the discussion to help students go further in their understandings of the text. The group also looks at different stimuli they use to provoke and maintain good discussions in their classrooms. D
4:00 am 
Biography of America, A  "Westward Expansion"  At the dawn of the nineteenth century, the size of the United States doubles with the Louisiana Purchase. The Appalachians are no longer the barrier to American migration west; the Mississippi River becomes the country's central artery; and Jefferson's vision of an Empire of Liberty begins to take shape. American historian Stephen Ambrose joins Professors Maier and Miller in examining the consequences of the Louisiana Purchase -- for the North, the South, and the history of the country. D
4:30 am 
Western Tradition  "The Industrial Revolution"  Technology and mass production create a new kind of wealth and a new kind of servitude.G
5:00 am 
NHK Newsline   NULL
5:30 am 
Connect with English  "Introduction/Rebecca's Dream"  The program begins with an overview of the course and an introduction to the main characters in the drama.G
6:00 am 
Functional Fitness with Suzanne Andrews  "Lung Power Walking Workout"  NULL
6:30 am 
Arthur  "Whip. Mix. Blend./Staycation"  When Rattles's mom starts dating Archie Vanderloo, Rattles finds himself spending lots of time with Archie's kids. The problem is, Rattles doesn't have anything in common with these twins! Can this blended family learn to get along? Educational Objective: Rattles learns how to adjust to life in a blended family. Arthur offers to babysit so that his parents can enjoy some peace and quiet in the backyard. D
7:00 am 
Odd Squad  "The Odd Antidote/The One That Got Away"  The Odd Antidote - When Ms. O has bizarre side effects after being sprayed by a weird plant, Olive and Otto must travel around town finding the correct measurements of the ingredients for the medicine to cure her, all while keeping Ms. O's condition a secret from her. Curriculum: Measuring, comparison. The One that Got Away - The only thing that can bring Ms. O's old partner O'Donahue out of retirement is the very thing that put him there in the first place: a mysterious villain and a case that's gone unsolved for years. D
7:30 am 
Ready Jet Go!  "Whole Lotta Shakin'/My Fair Jet"  The kids and Sunspot attempt to build the tallest tower ever on the Moon, hoping to beat Jet's cousin's record. While building, the Moon's surface shakes. Huh? The Earth kids are amazed to learn that the Moon has quakes, and Jet is just as amazed to learn that Earthquakes exist. D
8:00 am 
Curious George  "Big, Bad Hundley/George's Simple Siphon"  Big, Bad Hundley - When Hundley notices a big dog named Goliath helping the Doorman in the lobby, he wishes he were taller. George and Marco try to help the dachshund by giving him stilts, platform shoes, and even a fun house mirror to makes Hundley look big. But nothing cheers Hundley up until he figures out that good things come in all sizes! George's Simple Siphon - On the first hot day of summer, George, Bill and Allie decide to take a dip in Bill's pool only to discover that the pool is filled with algae! Even oars, rubber boots, pots, pans, and yellow rain hats won't empty the green water. D
8:30 am 
Curious George  "Red Planet Monkey/Tortilla Express"  Red Planet Monkey - George is thrilled to visit Pizza and Einstein's Space Center to help solve a problem with the Mars rover. But a sleepy monkey falls asleep and wakes to discover that he and the Man with the Yellow Hat are going to Mars! Can the curious little monkey figure out what's been gumming up the rover's controls? Or was it all just a wonderful dream? Tortilla Express - When the grocer runs out of masa (cornmeal), George and Marco are worried they won't be able to make Marco's famous tortillas for his abuela's birthday. Thankfully, Uncle Enrique makes it his mission to find the key ingredient. D
9:00 am 
Peg + Cat  "The Bermuda Triangle Problem/The Breeze in the Branches"  The Bermuda Triangle Problem - Bermuda. While on their beach vacation, Peg, Cat and the Pig tumble through a portal to a bizarre triangular universe. The Breeze in the Branches - Idyllic glade. D
9:30 am 
Splash and Bubbles  "Tooth Treasure/Race Around The Reef"  The kids find a tooth lying in the sand outside the reef, and they are determined to return it to the owner, even when they find out it's a shark! / Splash and his friends have a race around the reef, and Splash wins by riding the currents instead of swimming. Bubbles and Dunk then want to know all about the currents so they too can race faster. D
10:00 am 
Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas   It's Christmas Eve on Sesame Street! After putting out cookies for Santa, Elmo's dad tells him a bedtime story about his great-great-grandmonster Elmo and how Sesame Street was once an unfriendly street. Everyone was grouchy and there was no holiday spirit. With the help of Grandmonster Elmo's new friends, they try to find a way to bring back the holiday spirit in hopes that Santa would come to visit. D
11:00 am 
Dinosaur Train  "The Forest Fire/The Lost Bird"  When a forest fire comes to woods not far from the family nest at Pteranodon Terrace, the family takes the Dinosaur Train to visit a nearby area where a fire has already been, and the Conductor leads the kids on a Nature Tracker hike through the woods to see how new life is growing back - even after the forest fire's devastation. Buddy and Tiny ride the Dinosaur Train for a playdate with their old friend Petey Peteinosaurus, and learn that the train has added a new Aviary Car, for their various flying passengers. Suddenly, they are joined by a lost bird named Judy Jehelornis, who was displaced by the recent forest fires, and can't remember where her home is. D
11:30 am 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel and O's Road Trip/Daniel's Puppet Plan"  Daniel and O's Road Trip - Daniel and O are pretending to go on a Trolley road trip. Where should they go? To the beach? To the vegetable garden? When they can't agree on where to travel to first, they learn that making a plan can help them solve their problem. Daniel's Puppet Plan - When Daniel and his friends are making puppets at the library, they find out that making a plan can help them put on a grr-ific puppet show! Strategy: If there's a problem, talk about it and make a plan. D
12:00 pm 
Super Why!  "The Cookbook"  Whyatt wants to bake Baby Joy a special birthday cake - but he doesn't know how! Super Why and his friends soar into a new kind of book - a cookbook - and get the information they need from a rhyming chef with a silly sense of humor as well as a recipe for fun! In the end, Whyatt learns how to cook up the perfect birthday for his little sister.G
12:30 pm 
Splash and Bubbles  "Stormy Waters/Scoot On Over!"  When a big storm passes over Reeftown, the friends experience rain and stormy conditions. They learn they don't need to be afraid, but it's good to stay close to home in a storm and take shelter. / The kids' old friend Scoot, a juvenile sea turtle, stops by the reef to see Splash and the gang. D
1:00 pm 
Thomas & Friends  "Laughing Together"  Big Belle - Belle is very excited to learn that Toby also has a bell just like hers, and wants to go and be friends with him. Toby is a little intimidated when he sees how big and powerful Belle is. Belle decides that she wants Toby to do everything that she wants to do. D
1:30 pm 
Once Upon a Sesame Street Christmas   It's Christmas Eve on Sesame Street! After putting out cookies for Santa, Elmo's dad tells him a bedtime story about his great-great-grandmonster Elmo and how Sesame Street was once an unfriendly street. Everyone was grouchy and there was no holiday spirit. With the help of Grandmonster Elmo's new friends, they try to find a way to bring back the holiday spirit in hopes that Santa would come to visit. D
2:30 pm 
Martha Speaks  "Martha's Thanksgiving, Part One & Two"  Martha's Thanksgiving, Part One - When Martha learns that Helen's extended family will be coming for Thanksgiving, she decides to search for her own long-lost canine siblings. Tails begin to wag as the family reunites, but where is Martha's mother? Vocabulary: (E) reunion, prepare, organize, trace, quest. Martha's Thanksgiving, Part Two - Still in search of her mother, Martha digs into her past to uncover the reason they were separated. D
3:00 pm 
Nature Cat  "The Shell Game/Heron Food Blues"  The Shell Game - Nature Cat and his pals are ready to play Ronald in their five-player volleyball championship match of the world! They've been practicing all week and are so ready! There's only one problem: their fifth player, Herbert the Hermit Crab, is having a little shell trouble. His shell doesn't fit anymore and he can't play volleyball without one. Can Nature Cat and the gang find the perfect shell to protect Herbert's little crabby belly in time for the game? Or will they be forced to forfeit, making Ronald the champion? Heron Food Blues - It's the annual Net-A-Fish-And-Toss-It-Back-A-Thon over at the pond! But something's not right - Nature Cat and his pals have netted exactly. D
3:30 pm 
Nature Cat  "Appily Ever After/Sound Off"  Appily Ever After - It's Fall! Apple picking season! But Hal wants to know - how did the apples get up in the trees? An apple fairy? A magic spell? The internet? And how long does it take? Long time? Short time? No time? So many questions! That reminds Nature Cat of his all-time favorite nature story, which will help answer all of Hal's apple questions. It's time to tell Nature Cat's version of Johnny Appleseed! Sound Off - Man-oh-man! What's that noise?! Daisy keeps hearing the most annoying beeping sound and it's coming from across the lake. The terrible sound is even upsetting the lake fish and if it doesn't stop soon, the fish could be in big trouble! Can Nature Cat and his pals find where the rogue sound is coming from and stop the boisterous blaring beeps? Onward and soundward!. D
4:00 pm 
Ready Jet Go!  "Whole Lotta Shakin'/My Fair Jet"  The kids and Sunspot attempt to build the tallest tower ever on the Moon, hoping to beat Jet's cousin's record. While building, the Moon's surface shakes. Huh? The Earth kids are amazed to learn that the Moon has quakes, and Jet is just as amazed to learn that Earthquakes exist. D
4:30 pm 
Wild Kratts  "Rocket Jaw: Rescuer of the Reef"  While checking out how coral reefs are formed, the Wild Kratts discover that Zach and Donita have sent robotic Parrotfish to collect coral to make jewelry. Martin and Chris must use the power of the greatest hunters of the reef to stop this evil plot. D
5:00 pm 
Odd Squad  "Dance Like Nobody Is Watching/Recipe for Disaster"  Dance Like Nobody is Watching - When the alarm system at Headquarters is triggered, Olive, Otto, Ms. O, and Oscar must avoid a series of booby traps in order to shut it off. Curriculum: Algebraic thinking; pattern recognition and extension. Recipe for Disaster - Olive and Otto explain to Ms. O how a case went wrong, each in their own way. D
5:30 pm 
Nightly Business Report   Tonight on Nightly Business Report, retail winners and losers during this critically important holiday shopping season. D
5:56 pm 
NewsHour Promo   NULL
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
7:00 pm 
Washington Week   NULL
7:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Soprano Cecilia Violetta Lopez"  On this edition of Dialogue, host Marcia Franklin talks with soprano Cecilia Violetta Lopez, a rising star in the opera world who grew up Rupert, Idaho. Viewers will hear Lopez sing parts of arias recorded at an Opera Idaho dress rehearsal of La Traviata in January 2016, as well as selections from songs performed by Lopez at the Cathedral of the Rockies in Boise that same month.G
8:00 pm 
Great Performances  "Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn - The Broadway Musical"  Enjoy the hit Broadway adaptation of the classic 1942 movie musical, showcasing an Irving Berlin score including the Oscar-winning "White Christmas" with big dance numbers, comedy and a hit parade of the great songwriter's famous tunes.G
10:30 pm 
Invisible Women: Forgotten Artists of Florence   Florence, Italy, the cradle of the Renaissance, nurtured female as well as male artists, yet most are largely forgotten although their work may endure. This film sheds light on the lives and works of these painters.G
11:00 pm 
Washington Week   NULL
11:30 pm 
Washington Week   NULL
12:00 am 
Finding Your Roots  "Relatives We Never Knew We Had"  Actresses Tea Leoni and Gaby Hoffmann's lives have been shaped by family mysteries. They are introduced to the identities and life stories of their biological ancestors, thanks to DNA detective work. D
1:00 am 
Frontline  "Poor Kids"  Where the Mississippi River intersects Interstate 80 is an area deeply scarred by the recession along the border of Iowa and Illinois. FRONTLINE follows three young girls growing up against the backdrop of their families' struggles against financial ruin to produce a portrait of the economic crisis seen through the eyes of children.G
2:00 am 
The This Old House Hour   Tom's crew installs a beam to support a new opening to the kitchen. Three apprentices arrive and tackle the front porch. On ASK THIS OLD HOUSE, Tom installs a backsplash and Jenn installs a rainwater feature. D
3:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Chasing The Light"  Some of Idaho's professional landscape photographers share their secrets for positioning themselves to capture a special scene in a photograph, often waiting hours, even days, for the natural lighting they seek to preserve. OUTDOOR IDAHO travels with them to locations that encapsulate Idaho's treasured scenery.G
3:30 am 
Dialogue  "First Amendment Advocate Mary Beth Tinker"  Host Marcia Franklin interviews the woman, who with her brother, was a plaintiff in a landmark Supreme Court lawsuit that defined free speech rights for students. Tinker, a nurse, discusses her involvement with the case and her current involvement in students' rights issues.G
4:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Big Birds Song"  Abby and Elmo help Big Bird calm down so he won't be nervous singing on the show, The Squawk. D
4:30 am 
Clifford The Big Red Dog  "Little Clifford/Welcome to Birdwell Island"  Little Clifford - In this flashback story, we learn how Emily and Clifford got together and how Emily's unconditional love changed the "runt" of the litter into the biggest dog around! Welcome To Birdwell Island - This flashback episode tells the story ofthe day the Howards moved to Birdwell Island. The town is full of preconceived ideas about how "a big dog can mean big problems" for the island, but they soon learn that Clifford has much to offer, and that they shouldn't make assumptions before they know the facts. D
5:00 am 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "The Neighborhood Fall Festival/Field Day at School"  The Neighborhood Fall Festival - The neighbors are busy decorating for the big Fall Festival when a gust of wind knocks down Music Man Stan's hard work. Daniel and his friends help rebuild the scene and learn that everyone's abilities are different - what's important is that you do your best. Field Day at School - Teacher Harriet has set up a Fall Field Day outside at school today. D
5:30 am 
Martha Speaks  "Martha's Thanksgiving, Part One & Two"  Martha's Thanksgiving, Part One - When Martha learns that Helen's extended family will be coming for Thanksgiving, she decides to search for her own long-lost canine siblings. Tails begin to wag as the family reunites, but where is Martha's mother? Vocabulary: (E) reunion, prepare, organize, trace, quest. Martha's Thanksgiving, Part Two - Still in search of her mother, Martha digs into her past to uncover the reason they were separated. D
6:00 am 
Nature  "Nature's Miniature Miracles"  Great things come in small packages. This film tells the epic survival stories of the world's smallest animals, from a tiny sengi, the "cheetah" of the shrew world, to a small shark that walks on land. For these animals, size does not matter. D
7:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe  "North Wales: Feisty and Poetic"  Rick takes in Mount Snowdon, medieval castles and Victorian promenades. He learns a bit of Welsh, follows a miner deep into a slate mine, and herds sheep with a clever dog.G
7:30 am 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Oahu and Kauai"  Sunning, swimming, surfing and boating at Waikiki Beach are just the start in Honolulu. Rudy explores Hawaii's Polynesian roots at the venerable Bishop Museum, remembers WWII history at Pearl Harbor, and pays homage to King Kamehameha. From Oahu we head north to Kauai, "The Garden Island" whose sheer beauty screams "tropical paradise. D
8:00 am 
The Desert Speaks  "Kickin' West On Route 66"  Join host David Yetman and his travel companion, ecologist Yar Petryszyn, as they travel along the historic Route 66 through some of the finest deserts in the United States. Beginning near the border of Texas and New Mexico, they cruise by convertible along the road that allowed thousands of Americans to make the journey to California. The Desert Speaks also takes the time to stop at some of the memorable locales along the way. D
8:30 am 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Me!"  Let's turn toward ourselves for creative ideas. When she makes a lighted mirror, Jenny Barnett-Rohrs makes you a star. Katie Hacker makes personal paper dolls and Franz Spohn draws a 3D self-portrait. D
9:00 am 
Growing a Greener World  "Hope for Heroes: The Farmer Veteran Coalition (Davis, CA)"  The Farmer Veteran Coalition's mission helps connect veterans with good jobs and new careers by cultivating a new generation of farmers. In this episode, we see the FVC's mission in action with moving stories of farmers whose lives have been changed thanks to the coalition connection. D
9:30 am 
Roadtrip Nation  "Get The Ball Rolling"  The road-trippers take a much-needed meditative break in Yosemite National Park before continuing on to DEF CON, a Las Vegas conference that dispels some of their misconceptions about "hackers." Then it's off to Denver, where the team lets loose at Sphero, a robotics company that puts an emphasis on fun. In Chicago, 3D printer Dima Elissa encourages the team to embrace their unique identities. D
10:00 am 
Family Ingredients  "California-Pipi Kaula"  Hawaiian cowboys, who were considered among the best in the world, made tender beef jerky called pipi kaula. Trace the origins of the Hawaiian cowboy lifestyle to the adobes of California, and see how the traditions are still enjoyed today. D
10:30 am 
11:00 am 
Song of the Mountains  "Gordon Widener, The Roys, Mountain Thyme"  Gordon Widener; The Roys; Mountain Thyme. D
12:00 pm 
Sesame Street  "Big Birds Song"  Abby and Elmo help Big Bird calm down so he won't be nervous singing on the show, The Squawk. D
12:30 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel and O's Road Trip/Daniel's Puppet Plan"  Daniel and O's Road Trip - Daniel and O are pretending to go on a Trolley road trip. Where should they go? To the beach? To the vegetable garden? When they can't agree on where to travel to first, they learn that making a plan can help them solve their problem. Daniel's Puppet Plan - When Daniel and his friends are making puppets at the library, they find out that making a plan can help them put on a grr-ific puppet show! Strategy: If there's a problem, talk about it and make a plan. D
1:00 pm 
Dinosaur Train  "The Forest Fire/The Lost Bird"  When a forest fire comes to woods not far from the family nest at Pteranodon Terrace, the family takes the Dinosaur Train to visit a nearby area where a fire has already been, and the Conductor leads the kids on a Nature Tracker hike through the woods to see how new life is growing back - even after the forest fire's devastation. Buddy and Tiny ride the Dinosaur Train for a playdate with their old friend Petey Peteinosaurus, and learn that the train has added a new Aviary Car, for their various flying passengers. Suddenly, they are joined by a lost bird named Judy Jehelornis, who was displaced by the recent forest fires, and can't remember where her home is. D
1:30 pm 
Peg + Cat  "Richard The Third/The Lemonade Problem"  Richard The Third - The Purple Planet. At Richard's family's highly competitive annual picnic, Peg and Cat try to help Richard achieve his dream of not coming in third in every single event. The Lemonade Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. D
2:00 pm 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Night Lights/Go Snails Go!"  Night Lights - Nick and Sally are making shadow puppets with the Cat in the Hat, but the batteries in the flashlight have gone out! They jump into the Thingamajigger and shrink down to visit the fireflies that live in the backyard. There they learn that the fireflies communicate by flashing their lights. And when the fireflies provide the light the kids need, the shadow puppet show can continue! Go Snails Go! - Nick, Sally and the Cat have been invited along on a snail expedition! They jump into the Thingamajigger and shrink down to meet up with Lewis and Clark, the two snails leading the way! As they travel through the forest of Slippity-Goo, having fun sliding in their own shells, the kids learn about all the different ways snails use their shells. D
2:30 pm 
Wild Kratts  "Blowfish Blowout"  When the miniaturized Kratt Brothers get swept up and lost in a current of plankton, they become part of a crowd of fish larva all headed to the most populated and diverse habitat on Earth - the coral reef. D
3:00 pm 
Wyland's Art Studio  "Sea Turtle"  In visual experiences, harmony is something is pleasing to the eye. It engages the viewer and creates a sense of order and balance in the visual experience. When something is not harmonious, it may be considered either boring or chaotic. D
3:30 pm 
Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  "Chocolate Dreams, Cacao Fantasies"  Belgian-born chocolatier Mathieu Brees brings Rick deep in the jungles of Ticul for a tour of cacao groves. The serene setting is the backdrop for a complete bean-to-bar chocolate education, with Mathieu, Rick and the plantation's caretaker tromping around the lovingly farmed cacao fields. Then, Rick and Mathieu head to the Ki' Xocolatl chocolate factory in Merida. D
4:00 pm 
Song of the Mountains  "Scott Perry & Front Porch Swing/The Crowe Brothers"  Scott Perry & Front Porch Swing; The Crowe Brothers. D
5:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
6:00 pm 
Nature  "Nature's Miniature Miracles"  Great things come in small packages. This film tells the epic survival stories of the world's smallest animals, from a tiny sengi, the "cheetah" of the shrew world, to a small shark that walks on land. For these animals, size does not matter. D
7:00 pm 
Wild!  "Hoanib: The Secrets of the Desert Elephants"  The Namib, one of the most hostile deserts on Earth. Without a firm survival strategy, no living soul will make it here. Yet, surprisingly, some species have adapted their lifestyles to these extreme conditions: chameleons, beetles, snakes and mammals are all at home here. D
8:00 pm 
Anne of Green Gables (2016)   Savor a new adaptation of the classic novel about the orphaned Anne, placed in the care of uptight Marilla and her brother Matthew, played by Martin Sheen. Neither Anne nor Marilla could predict the profound effect they'd have on each other's lives. D
9:30 pm 
Anne of Green Gables: The Good Stars   Join Anne Shirley as she turns 13 and faces complex situations with friends, adults and Gilbert. Her free-spirited nature is challenged by her perceived need to be sensible, a journey fraught with confusion and unfortunate-albeit amusing-mishaps. D
11:00 pm 
Nature  "Nature's Miniature Miracles"  Great things come in small packages. This film tells the epic survival stories of the world's smallest animals, from a tiny sengi, the "cheetah" of the shrew world, to a small shark that walks on land. For these animals, size does not matter. D
12:00 am 
Great Conversations  "Joseph Stiglitz and Rana Foroohar"  American economist Joseph Eugene Stiglitz, a recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economics and the John Bates Clark Medal, is interviewed by Rana Foroohar, assistant managing editor at TIME. Stiglitz is the author of several books, the latest being The Euro: How a Common Currency Threatens the Future of Europe. Foroohar is author of Makers and Takers: The Rise of Finance and the Fall of American Business. D
1:00 am 
Principles for Principals  "Fostering Effective Professional Development for Teachers"  Principals weigh proven professional development strategies to help teachers implement new reform ideas.G
2:00 am 
Mechanical Universe And Beyond, The  "Energy and Eccentricity"  The precise orbit of a heavenly body. D
2:30 am 
Mechanical Universe And Beyond, The  "Navigating In Space"  Voyages to other planets use the same laws that guide planets around the solar system. D
3:00 am 
Earth Revealed: Introductory Geology  "Sedimentary Rocks: The Key to Past Environments"  Illustrates the importance of sedimentary rocks in understanding Earth's history.G
3:30 am 
Earth Revealed: Introductory Geology  "Metamorphic Rocks"  Interprets the causative factors of metamorphism and the kinds of rocks produced.G
4:00 am 
SciGirls  "Mother Nature's Shoes"  Nature's designs, from polar bear paws to penguin flippers, inspire Elin and her best friends to design a safer shoe for walking on Minnesota's icy winter streets. D
4:30 am 
Biz Kid$  "Money Moves"  When money moves between individuals or groups it is called a transaction. Join the Biz Kids and you'll follow a single dollar bill as it moves from a depositor's hand across the counter, down to the vault, over to the Federal Reserve, and finally out to a project the bank is financing. Visit the branch of a real credit union inside a high school where the students are the tellers. D
5:00 am 
On Story  "Freaks & Muppets: A Conversation with Jason Segel"  As charming as any muppet, actor/writer Jason Segel relays how he was destined for the stage at an early age and how, from goofball to vampire puppet musical to full frontal nudity, he's formed a family of weirdos in film and television. D
5:30 am 
Ready Jet Go!  "Whole Lotta Shakin'/My Fair Jet"  The kids and Sunspot attempt to build the tallest tower ever on the Moon, hoping to beat Jet's cousin's record. While building, the Moon's surface shakes. Huh? The Earth kids are amazed to learn that the Moon has quakes, and Jet is just as amazed to learn that Earthquakes exist. D
6:00 am 
Ellie's Real Good Food  "Herbivore VS Carnivore"  He's a meat eater. She's a vegetarian. Their kitchen has become a battleground. D
6:30 am 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Fruit and Meat"  They say opposites attract. There's something sensational about the sweetness of fruit with the savory taste of meat. Grilled pork tenderloin is a fantastic summer meal with a dressing of watermelon and cucumber. D
7:00 am 
Dream of Italy  "Rome"  Romans have been making mosaics for thousands of years and artisan Nadia Ridolfini teaches Kathy the ancient craft. Food markets like the Campo dei Fiori are a vital part of daily life. Alessandro Volpetti takes Kathy on a tour of the new Testaccio market as well as his family deli Volpetti. D
7:30 am 
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope  "Easter Island - Mysteries & Myths"  Joseph visits the most remote inhabited place on earth - Rapa Nui (the island's native name), more than 2,000 miles from the coast of Chile. Questions surround the origins of the Rapa Nui culture, their enormous carved stone moai and the cause of the Rapa Nui people's ecological and natural disasters.G
8:00 am 
This Old House  "Approaching Half Way"  Dining room flooring is used to make a barn door. Roger teaches a horticulture class in the field. Tommy and Charlie break through the basement wall to find uninsulated crawl space. D
8:30 am 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Framing"  This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy is joined by his general contractor, Chris Reynolds, to talk about the framing of the shop. From the foundation to laying out the sills to putting up the first wall, he learns the best way to start off a project like this. And with a little help from Rough Cut regular Al D'Attanasio, that wall will be up in no time. D
9:00 am 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "It's Spooky"  Allen Smith is throwing a Halloween Bash! Learn how to keep your Jack-o-Lantern's fresh longer along with unique fall decorating designs. D
9:30 am 
Make It Artsy  "Party People"  It's time to party. Artist Cat Kerr mixes things up with a pendant made in layers. Tool expert Joe Rotella melts glass in a microwave oven to create contemporary jewelry and accessories. D
10:00 am 
Fresh Quilting  "Scraps and Pieces"  Scraps and pieces become beautiful quilts. Scrappy applique artist Shannon Brinkley collages scraps of fabric into whimsical quilted designs. Jacquie Gering and Heather Grant discuss guild scholarship programs. D
10:30 am 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "Basket of Plenty, Part 1"  Acrylic Medium on 12x24 horizontal stretched canvas. In this first episode, Jerry takes his viewers through the process of understanding how to compose a still life painting using multiple research photos. Then proceeds to show how to underpaint the background grasses using the 2-inch hake brush. D
11:00 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Hot Stuff"  A show to stoke our insatiable appetite for fiery foods, starting with smoky Nashville hot wings. From rural Kentucky comes smoky grilled pork shoulder steaks dunked as often as you dare in an incendiary vinegar cayenne pepper sauce. For more pain, we present piri piri Pprawns from South Africa grilled in the shell and ignited with a distinctive hot sauce introduced by Portuguese explorers, followed by spice-blasted Indian tandoori lamb served with Hell's Fury Hot Sauce and a cooling cucumber yogurt raita. D
11:30 am 
BBQ with Franklin  "Leftovers"  Aaron sends out a little leftover brisket to some chefs around Austin to see how they are inspired by brisket. We end with a taste test that turns into a party. D
12:00 pm 
Connect with English  "The Stranger/The Motel"  Rebecca reaches the Southwest in her cross-country drive, the car starts leaking oil, and finally breaks down on a deserted road, she meets a stranger, Alberto, the photographer.G
12:30 pm 
Connect with English  "Negotiations/Photos and Farewells"  While Rebecca and Alberto have breakfast, the garage has towed the car and and tell her the repairs will cost $800, so she sells the car to the garage for $550, and plans to take the bus all the way to San Francisco.G
1:00 pm 
Principles for Principals  "Fostering Effective Professional Development for Teachers"  Principals weigh proven professional development strategies to help teachers implement new reform ideas.G
2:00 pm 
Discovering Psychology - Updated Edition  "Health, Mind, and Behavior"  This episode examines how research is forcing a profound rethinking of the relationship between mind and body.A new bio-psychosocial model is replacing the traditional biomedical model.G
2:30 pm 
Discovering Psychology - Updated Edition  "Applied Psychology"  New innovative methods are applied to psychology professionals in areas concerning human behavior, law and conflict resolution.G
3:00 pm 
Earth Revealed: Introductory Geology  "Sedimentary Rocks: The Key to Past Environments"  Illustrates the importance of sedimentary rocks in understanding Earth's history.G
3:30 pm 
Earth Revealed: Introductory Geology  "Metamorphic Rocks"  Interprets the causative factors of metamorphism and the kinds of rocks produced.G
4:00 pm 
SciGirls  "Mother Nature's Shoes"  Nature's designs, from polar bear paws to penguin flippers, inspire Elin and her best friends to design a safer shoe for walking on Minnesota's icy winter streets. D
4:30 pm 
Biz Kid$  "Money Moves"  When money moves between individuals or groups it is called a transaction. Join the Biz Kids and you'll follow a single dollar bill as it moves from a depositor's hand across the counter, down to the vault, over to the Federal Reserve, and finally out to a project the bank is financing. Visit the branch of a real credit union inside a high school where the students are the tellers. D
5:00 pm 
On Story  "Freaks & Muppets: A Conversation with Jason Segel"  As charming as any muppet, actor/writer Jason Segel relays how he was destined for the stage at an early age and how, from goofball to vampire puppet musical to full frontal nudity, he's formed a family of weirdos in film and television. D
5:30 pm 
Cyberchase  "An Urchin Matter"  There's a mega mystery in Megabays - the once-healthy kelp in Big Bay is washing ashore. The CyberSquad must work with Captain Skuttlebutt, keeper of the bays, to get to the bottom of it. They explore the marine ecosystem and discover that there are way more urchins than anything else. D
6:00 pm 
Fresh Quilting  "Scraps and Pieces"  Scraps and pieces become beautiful quilts. Scrappy applique artist Shannon Brinkley collages scraps of fabric into whimsical quilted designs. Jacquie Gering and Heather Grant discuss guild scholarship programs. D
6:30 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "Basket of Plenty, Part 1"  Acrylic Medium on 12x24 horizontal stretched canvas. In this first episode, Jerry takes his viewers through the process of understanding how to compose a still life painting using multiple research photos. Then proceeds to show how to underpaint the background grasses using the 2-inch hake brush. D
7:00 pm 
Taste The Islands  "Morning Glory"  Chef Thia explores a variety of island breakfast options with codfish Creole and sauteed boniatos, cornmeal polenta with spinach, breakfast chicken patties and spicy hot chocolate. Co-host Lisa Lee shares her visit to three island daytime eateries. D
7:30 pm 
Pati's Mexican Table  "Pot Luck Party"  It's Pot Luck Party day at Pati's house! Today, she's having some friends over and this time everyone's contributing to the meal - no one shows up empty-handed. Pati also welcomes home design expert, Sabrina Soto, who is bringing along one of her favorite Cuban recipes. Recipe 1: Michelada Bar; Recipe 2: Crab, Cucumber & Jicama Salad; Recipe 3: Papa Rellenas with Avocado Sauce; Recipe 4: Beef Barbacoa Sliders; Recipe 5: Drunken Salsa. D
8:00 pm 
This Old House  "Approaching Half Way"  Dining room flooring is used to make a barn door. Roger teaches a horticulture class in the field. Tommy and Charlie break through the basement wall to find uninsulated crawl space. D
8:30 pm 
Real Rail Adventures: Swiss Grand Tour   In REAL RAIL ADVENTURES: SWISS GRAND TOUR, television host, lifelong traveler and train buff Jeff Wilson journeys through several cities and towns in Switzerland by train, including Zurich, St. Gallen, Gstaad and Montreux, to take in the sights and learn about the local history and traditions of each destination. He also shares up-to-date travel advice to help viewers create authentic, memorable rail adventures of their own. D
9:30 pm 
Lidia's Kitchen  "Bolognese"  It's a world famous technique but made with milk, it is famous only in the Italian region of Emilia Romagna. In this episode, Lidia shares a show stopping meal that consists of bolognese with milk: a traditional beef and pork ragu prepared in the style of bologna; dandelion greens with almond vinaigrette and ricotta salata: a vibrant salad of bitter dandelion greens tossed with a sweet honey almond vinaigrette and salty ricotta salata; pomegranate sorbet: a refreshing sorbet of pomegranate juice and dark rum. D
10:00 pm 
Cook's Country  "Spicy and Sour for Supper"  Bridget Lancaster shows Julia Collin Davison how to make a classic Latin version of arroz con pollo. Equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his choice for the best dry measuring cups on the market. Tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Bridget to a tasting of store-bought whipped topping. D
10:30 pm 
Simply Ming  "Robert Sisca"  Chef Robert Sisca comes up from Rhode Island to visit Ming in his loft, and to create two takes on halibut. Robert makes a bread-crusted halibut with broccoli rabe, and a chorizo emulsion, before helping Ming with his halibut fish stew with roasted garlic aioli, and a side of grilled bread. Fish two ways makes for a delicious episode, this week on Simply Ming. D
11:00 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Hot Stuff"  A show to stoke our insatiable appetite for fiery foods, starting with smoky Nashville hot wings. From rural Kentucky comes smoky grilled pork shoulder steaks dunked as often as you dare in an incendiary vinegar cayenne pepper sauce. For more pain, we present piri piri Pprawns from South Africa grilled in the shell and ignited with a distinctive hot sauce introduced by Portuguese explorers, followed by spice-blasted Indian tandoori lamb served with Hell's Fury Hot Sauce and a cooling cucumber yogurt raita. D
11:30 pm 
Curious Traveler  "Curious Rome"  Why is there a giant hole in the top of the Pantheon? And how is it still standing after more than two millennia? Why does Piazza Navona look like a racetrack? And why did it used to be a swimming pool? Where did the bronze for St. Peter's Basilica come from, and why are those windows in the dome so heavenly?. D
12:00 am 
Medicine Woman   Medicine Woman, interweaves the lives of Native American women healers of today with the story of America's first Native doctor, Susan La Flesche Picotte (1865-1915). The one-hour PBS documentary produced by and about women, features historic and contemporary profiles of female healers, starting with Susan La Flesche Picotte (1865-1915) of the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska. D
1:00 am 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
2:00 am 
Nightly Business Report   Tonight on a special edition of Nightly Business Report, we'll examine America's retirement crisis and offer advice on how you can fund your future. D
2:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   NULL
3:00 am 
3:30 am 
Stories from the Stage  "Suticase Stories (Part 1)"  Coming to America. U-Meleni Mhlaba-Abedo from Zimbabwe "sows seeds" of renewal in the US, Grace Talusan shares how a green station wagon helped her family become Americans, and Kevin Dutremble challenges his assumptions about others. Three storytellers, three interpretations of "Suitcase Stories," hosted by Theresa Okokon. D
4:00 am 
Well Read  "Nonemma Donohue, The Wonderer"  Obedience to God? Mental deficiency? Medical anomaly? What is the reason behind a young girl's claim she no longer needs food. That is the premise in the novel "The Wonder." In this episode, best known for her book "Room," Emma Donoghue tells us why she wrote a book about a girl starving in remote Ireland; how she crafts a story told in small spaces; and, why she chose both a nurse and a nun to help unravel the mystery of a fasting girl. D
4:30 am 
Closer to Truth  "Critical Realism in Science and Religion?"  NULL
5:00 am 
Newsroom Tokyo   NULL
5:45 am 
Direct Talk   DIRECT TALK is an in-depth interview program featuring business executives or persons in the news who share their insights, information and analysis. D
6:00 am 
NOVA  "Extreme Animal Weapons"  Explore the secrets that underlie nature's battleground. Every animal has some kind of weapon, whether claws or horns, fangs or stings. But why are some armaments huge and extreme, far beyond any practical need?. D
7:00 am 
The Lost Pueblo Village, A Time Team America Presentation   TIME TEAM AMERICA uses airborne 3D mapping and ground- penetrating radar to explore the extent of a Basket Maker III community that thrived 1400-1500 years ago. What more can we learn from these people that forged significant technological breakthroughs like farming, pottery and the bow and arrow? Was this one of the first villages in this region that marked a transition from hunting and gathering to farming? Was this one of the sites that gave birth to the Pueblo culture?. D
8:00 am 
Democracy Now!   NULL
9:00 am 
9:30 am 
Stories from the Stage  "Suticase Stories (Part 1)"  Coming to America. U-Meleni Mhlaba-Abedo from Zimbabwe "sows seeds" of renewal in the US, Grace Talusan shares how a green station wagon helped her family become Americans, and Kevin Dutremble challenges his assumptions about others. Three storytellers, three interpretations of "Suitcase Stories," hosted by Theresa Okokon. D
10:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "In The Shadow of the Tetons"  The Idaho side of the Tetons is a place of adventure for skiers, rock climbers, hot-air balloonists and a treasure trove for fly-fishing enthusiasts.G
10:30 am 
Dialogue  "First Amendment Advocate Mary Beth Tinker"  Host Marcia Franklin interviews the woman, who with her brother, was a plaintiff in a landmark Supreme Court lawsuit that defined free speech rights for students. Tinker, a nurse, discusses her involvement with the case and her current involvement in students' rights issues.G
11:00 am 
Well Read  "Nonemma Donohue, The Wonderer"  Obedience to God? Mental deficiency? Medical anomaly? What is the reason behind a young girl's claim she no longer needs food. That is the premise in the novel "The Wonder." In this episode, best known for her book "Room," Emma Donoghue tells us why she wrote a book about a girl starving in remote Ireland; how she crafts a story told in small spaces; and, why she chose both a nurse and a nun to help unravel the mystery of a fasting girl. D
11:30 am 
Closer to Truth  "Critical Realism in Science and Religion?"  NULL
12:00 pm 
NOVA  "Extreme Animal Weapons"  Explore the secrets that underlie nature's battleground. Every animal has some kind of weapon, whether claws or horns, fangs or stings. But why are some armaments huge and extreme, far beyond any practical need?. D
1:00 pm 
The Lost Pueblo Village, A Time Team America Presentation   TIME TEAM AMERICA uses airborne 3D mapping and ground- penetrating radar to explore the extent of a Basket Maker III community that thrived 1400-1500 years ago. What more can we learn from these people that forged significant technological breakthroughs like farming, pottery and the bow and arrow? Was this one of the first villages in this region that marked a transition from hunting and gathering to farming? Was this one of the sites that gave birth to the Pueblo culture?. D
2:00 pm 
Medicine Woman   Medicine Woman, interweaves the lives of Native American women healers of today with the story of America's first Native doctor, Susan La Flesche Picotte (1865-1915). The one-hour PBS documentary produced by and about women, features historic and contemporary profiles of female healers, starting with Susan La Flesche Picotte (1865-1915) of the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska. D
3:00 pm 
Rising Voices/Hothaninpi   Before Christopher Columbus and his fellow Europeans arrived in North America, there were nearly 300 Native languages spoken north of Mexico. Today only half of those languages remain and experts say that by the year 2050, just 20 indigenous American languages will exist. RISING VOICES/HOTHANINPI is a one-hour documentary about how languages die - and how speaking them again can spark cultural and community restoration.G
4:00 pm 
4:30 pm 
DW News   NULL
5:00 pm 
Vietnam War  "A Disrespectful Loyalty"  South Vietnamese forces fighting on their own suffer a terrible defeat in Laos. After being re-elected in a landslide, Nixon strikes a peace deal with Hanoi that allows American prisoners of war finally to come home to a bitterly divided country. 9 of 10G
7:00 pm 
Nothing Left to Lose   Nothing Left to Lose is a documentary which tells the story of approximately 100 Vietnamese refugees who have each lived in hiding for 25 years hoping to one day reclaim the dignity of being recognized as a person. While the Vietnam War slowly fades away in our collective memory, there remains a group of Vietnamese in Thailand who are still searching for a new place to call home. These refugees escaped Vietnam after the end of the war, but were rejected by all countries in which they sought asylum. D
8:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
9:00 pm 
Nightly Business Report   Tonight on Nightly Business Report, retail winners and losers during this critically important holiday shopping season. D
9:30 pm 
Asia Insight   NULL
10:00 pm 
My Louisiana Love   MY LOUISIANA LOVE journeys with filmmaker Monique Verdin on a quest to connect with her ancestral roots within the Houma Nation, a Native American community reeling from decades of environmental degradation and natural disasters. The Houma, one of the largest Native American tribes in North America, live in South Louisiana communities where decaying marshlands serve as the only buffer against storm-surge floodwaters. Verdin sees her people's traditional way of life - and the land they live on - threatened by a cycle of man-made environmental crises. D
11:00 pm 
Banjo Romantika: American Bluegrass Music & The Czech Imagination   BANJO ROMANTIKA introduces the musicians who play this unique bluegrass hybrid. Czechs first heard bluegrass during World War II when the Armed Forces Network broadcast American music for soldiers. At the time, Czechs were living under a repressive Communist rule. D

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