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NOTE: When the Idaho Legislature is in session, programming on the Learn/Create and World channels may be pre-empted for live coverage from the House and Senate floors.

11:00 pm 
iQ: smartparent  "Like, Follow, Share"  This episode of iQ: smartparent explores ways that children and teens are using social media to define and share their personal narratives. When there is no "delete" button on Facebook or other social platforms, what story does your child's online identity tell, now and into the future? Guests include Caroline Knorr, Common Sense Media; Kelly Kochamba, FBI; and Rick Wallace, cyber security. D
12:00 am 
Primary Sources: Workshops In American History  "Common Sense and the American Revolution: The Power of the Printed Word"  This workshop explores the power and importance of America's first "best-seller." Using the language of ordinary people, Thomas Paine's Common Sense called for revolution, challenging many assumptions about government and the colonies' relationship with England. This workshop contrasts the declarations of local communities with Common Sense to see how support for American independence rose up in the colonies.G
1:00 am 
Learning Science Through Inquiry  "Connecting Other Subjects to Inquiry"  This program explores how to use subjects like mathematics and language to further scientific inquiry and understanding of science concepts, and conversely, how science can aid learning in other subjects. It also reiterates the benefits of learning science through inquiry and explores your "next steps" along the inquiry journey.G
2:00 am 
Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop In American Literature  "Workshop 2. Political History"  Speeches, protest posters, and cartoons capture the political views of various groups. Pairing the study of literature with close readings of appropriate political artifacts, this session demonstrates how to comprehend the place and time of a text. D
3:00 am 
Mathematics Illuminated  "The Concepts of Chaos"  The flapping of a butterfly's wings over Bermuda causes a rainstorm in Texas. Two sticks start side by side on the surface of a brook, only to follow divergent paths downstream. Both are examples of the phenomenon of chaos, characterized by a widely sensitive dependence of the future on slight changes in a system's initial conditions. D
3:30 am 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Primes"  The properties and patterns of prime numbers. D
4:00 am 
DragonflyTV  "What's Nano?/Where's Nano?"  Ebony and Jasmine visit laboratories at Harvard University to find examples of nanoscale objects on their quest to "see" a nanometer. Regina, Linda, Harrison, Jared, Lorenz, and Randi wonder what examples of nanoscale science and technology they can find in their everyday lives.G
4:30 am 
Curious Crew  "Center of Gravity"  Quirky corks, leaning towers, defying gravity and more! The Curious Crew explores different centers of gravity. STEM Challenge: Making a balanced sculpture. Curious About Careers: Physical Therapist Jill Marlan. D
5:00 am 
Essential Pepin  "Shell-Ebration"  Crab Cakes With Avocado Sauce; Oysters Madison; Mussels Poulette; Mussels Gratinee; Clam Fritters. D
5:30 am 
Joanne Weir's Plates and Places  "Couscous"  Today we're going to the source to visit some Berber women just outside Marrakech who learn the fine art of making couscous like the women from Morocco have made for generations. Back home in San Francisco, Joanne makes traditional couscous, a couscous salad and a couscous desert. Recipes: Four-step traditional couscous; Couscous, chickpea, lemon and ginger salad; Orange blossom water, honey, dried apricots, istachio and couscous dessert . D
6:00 am 
Trails to Oishii Tokyo  "Shiso"  This time, our theme is shiso, a plant used as an herb in Japanese cooking. Shiso is known for its refreshing aroma, and is used to garnish sashimi, as a spice and more. Its anti-bacterial properties have long made it an essential part of Japan's culinary culture. D
6:30 am 
Journeys In Japan  "Iga: Keeping The Ninja Tradition Alive"  Iga, in the northwest of Mie Prefecture, is famous as a place where many ninjas lived, especially in the late 15th to 16th centuries. At that time, the Iga ninjas worked as mercenaries for feudal lords in the surrounding areas. They used their secret techniques in performing acts of espionage and clandestine attacks. D
7:00 am 
Ask This Old House  "Humidity Mystery, Deck Staining"  Richard travels to Orlando to diagnose and repair an HVAC system that's creating way too much humidity; Mark demonstrates the best way to build a fire to prevent smoke from filling up the room; Mauro teaches a homeowner how to re-stain a deck. D
7:30 am 
The Woodwright's Shop  "Forging The Hold Fast"  Haul out the anvil and forge this essential bench tool! Blacksmith Peter Ross shows how to forge historical versions of this powerful gripper. D
8:00 am 
GardenSMART   Once the landscape is in place and we're happy with the results, the real work begins. How do we care for these new plants, trees and lawn? Good question. Be sure to tune in as GardenSMART talks landscape maintenance. D
8:30 am 
Make48   Times up. It's time to pitch and present the product ideas to the panel of real industry judges. The judges will then deliberate behind closed doors (with cameras of course) and the three winners will be announced. D
9:00 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
9:30 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "One Good Turn"  One of the oldest methods of live-fire cooking, rotisserie grilling (aka spit-roasting) combines the smoky sear of direct grilling with the gentle, moisture-preserving heat of roasting. And that's before you add three other benefits: internal and external basting, no flare-ups, and the hunger-inducing fragrance of wood smoke. Game hens scented with garlic, cumin, and fiery Peruvian chiles acquire golden, crackling-crisp skin while turning on the spit. D
10:00 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "The Pac-Rim Grill"  The Pacific Rim extends from California and the Pacific Northwest to Korea, Japan, and Southeast Asia, where exotic herbs and spices, chiles, and umami-rich fish and soy sauce make for larger-than-life flavor. Look for big flavor grilled meats paired with a high proportion of vegetables-barbecue as health food. Steven begins with Vietnamese-inspired Jidori chicken skewered on fragrant lemongrass. D
10:30 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Tropical Smoke"  Barbecue originated in the Caribbean-literally-with a Taino Indian smoker-grill called a barbacoa. This show salutes tropical barbecue, from French West Indian buccaneer chicken to traditional Mexican barbacoa. Learn how to smoke snapper to make a spicy fish dip and use a handheld smoker to prepare a lime- and mint-scented mezcalini cocktail. D
11:00 am 
iQ: smartparent  "Like, Follow, Share"  This episode of iQ: smartparent explores ways that children and teens are using social media to define and share their personal narratives. When there is no "delete" button on Facebook or other social platforms, what story does your child's online identity tell, now and into the future? Guests include Caroline Knorr, Common Sense Media; Kelly Kochamba, FBI; and Rick Wallace, cyber security. D
12:00 pm 
Primary Sources: Workshops In American History  "Common Sense and the American Revolution: The Power of the Printed Word"  This workshop explores the power and importance of America's first "best-seller." Using the language of ordinary people, Thomas Paine's Common Sense called for revolution, challenging many assumptions about government and the colonies' relationship with England. This workshop contrasts the declarations of local communities with Common Sense to see how support for American independence rose up in the colonies.G
1:00 pm 
Learning Science Through Inquiry  "Connecting Other Subjects to Inquiry"  This program explores how to use subjects like mathematics and language to further scientific inquiry and understanding of science concepts, and conversely, how science can aid learning in other subjects. It also reiterates the benefits of learning science through inquiry and explores your "next steps" along the inquiry journey.G
2:00 pm 
Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop In American Literature  "Workshop 2. Political History"  Speeches, protest posters, and cartoons capture the political views of various groups. Pairing the study of literature with close readings of appropriate political artifacts, this session demonstrates how to comprehend the place and time of a text. D
3:00 pm 
Mathematics Illuminated  "The Concepts of Chaos"  The flapping of a butterfly's wings over Bermuda causes a rainstorm in Texas. Two sticks start side by side on the surface of a brook, only to follow divergent paths downstream. Both are examples of the phenomenon of chaos, characterized by a widely sensitive dependence of the future on slight changes in a system's initial conditions. D
3:30 pm 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Primes"  The properties and patterns of prime numbers. D
4:00 pm 
DragonflyTV  "What's Nano?/Where's Nano?"  Ebony and Jasmine visit laboratories at Harvard University to find examples of nanoscale objects on their quest to "see" a nanometer. Regina, Linda, Harrison, Jared, Lorenz, and Randi wonder what examples of nanoscale science and technology they can find in their everyday lives.G
4:30 pm 
Curious Crew  "Center of Gravity"  Quirky corks, leaning towers, defying gravity and more! The Curious Crew explores different centers of gravity. STEM Challenge: Making a balanced sculpture. Curious About Careers: Physical Therapist Jill Marlan. D
5:00 pm 
Martha Bakes  "Cultured Dairy"  Learn how buttermilk, yogurt and sour cream can magically enhance desserts. Martha invites cultured dairy producer Paul Lacinski to explain how they're made, then shares two recipes: a plum and creme fraiche pie and a pistachio-rhubarb yogurt cake. D
5:30 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Diner-Style Favorites with a Twist"  Julia and Bridget uncover the secrets to making the ultimate Italian-style turkey meatballs. In the Equipment Corner, expert Adam Ried reviews dry storage containers, science expert Dan Souza reveals the science behind kale's unique flavor, and test cook Becky Hays makes Julia the perfect kale Caesar salad. D
6:00 pm 
Kevin Belton's New Orleans Kitchen  "My Kids' Hands Down Favorites"  Alligator sauce piquant; Duck and andouille gumbo with potato salad; Steak au poivre. D
6:30 pm 
My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas  "Greek Yogurt for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner"  At a local yogurt purveyor in Athens, Diane enjoys a true Greek classic: thick, tart Greek yogurt with honey, great for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Delving into this simple pleasure leads her on an excursion to a small artisanal producer of Greek yogurt in the mountains of the Peloponnese. He follows the whole process of making yogurt and learns the secrets of setting then straining this iconic Greek food. D
7:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Humidity Mystery, Deck Staining"  Richard travels to Orlando to diagnose and repair an HVAC system that's creating way too much humidity; Mark demonstrates the best way to build a fire to prevent smoke from filling up the room; Mauro teaches a homeowner how to re-stain a deck. D
7:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Romania"  Rick and his team tour Romania's vibrant capital, Bucharest, with its "Little Paris of the East" architecture and lingering reminders of a brutal communist dictator. Then they head into Transylvania, where they visit fortified churches, cobbled merchant towns like Sighisoara, and castles made famous by an imported German king and the real-life Dracula. Finally, they explore Maramures, where everyday life still feels like an open-air folk museum. D
8:00 pm 
Samantha Brown's Places to Love  "Naples and Paradise Coast of Florida"  Samantha starts her Paradise Coast adventure off with a kayak tour in the salt-waters of Everglades National Park, while learning about the local eco system and remote mangroves. Back on land, Samantha visits the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens and meets Uno, a rescued blind Florida Panther. The Bayshore Arts District is certainly up-and-coming, and Samantha learns this after meeting a local designer, who specializes in re-imaging jewelry in a fresh way. D
8:30 pm 
Martha Bakes  "Cultured Dairy"  Learn how buttermilk, yogurt and sour cream can magically enhance desserts. Martha invites cultured dairy producer Paul Lacinski to explain how they're made, then shares two recipes: a plum and creme fraiche pie and a pistachio-rhubarb yogurt cake. D
9:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Diner-Style Favorites with a Twist"  Julia and Bridget uncover the secrets to making the ultimate Italian-style turkey meatballs. In the Equipment Corner, expert Adam Ried reviews dry storage containers, science expert Dan Souza reveals the science behind kale's unique flavor, and test cook Becky Hays makes Julia the perfect kale Caesar salad. D
9:30 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Bird Meets Smoke"  Some of the world's greatest poultry dishes owe their character to wood smoke. In this show you'll learn the fundamentals of smoking chicken, turkey, duck, and even quail eggs-from curing and brining to hay-smoking in a stovetop smoker. Chipotle chilies give cherry barbecue sauce a blast of smoke, too. D
10:00 pm 
Lucky Chow  "Food As Azn"  The next generation of Asian Americans are redefining what it means to be Asian in the U.S. by keeping one foot in the past, and the other in the future. We talk to renegade chefs, entrepreneurs and cultural ambassadors from Canal Street Market to the dance party sensation Bubble T to see what's in store for the future of Asians in the mainstream. D
10:30 pm 
Destination Craft with Jim West  "Switzerland"  Jim West travels to Zurich and Lucerne, Switzerland where master artisans demonstrate how to craft the perfect Alp Horn, make Swiss cheese in a family farmhouse, craft a traditional cheese fondue, and discover bobbin lace making. Jim becomes cuckoo for cuckoo clocks, crafts honey with a master beekeeper and enjoys the process of Swiss chocolate making. D
11:00 pm 
Connect with English  "A New Home/Meet The Discussion Group"  In the first segment, Rebecca arrives in San Francisco, and is surprised to discover that her godmother Nancy expects her to pay rent as well.G
11:30 pm 
Connect with English  "Job Hunting/A Bad Day"  At school, Rebecca learns that her work-study program has been canceled so she goes on a job search - and meets some interesting prospects.G

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