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5:00 am 
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  "How People Make Books/Mistaken Delivery"  Mister Rogers writes letters and erases the mistakes. Mr. McFeely brings the corrected Animal book that was shown the day before and a tape on HOW PEOPLE MAKE BOOKS and Quentin (real duck) visits. In Make-Believe, Audrey has for given but is upset that the king is making such a big fuss about her poem. D
5:30 am 
Curious George  "George Meets The Press/Snow Use"  George turns on a giant cider press at Renkins' Farm when he tries to get an apple from a squirrel.G
6:00 am 
Wild Kratts  "Kerhonk"  When Martin's and Chris' Creature Power Suits unexpectedly get jammed in Proboscis monkey mode and the top monkey of the troop is injured protecting a youngster from a crocodile, the Kratt brothers find themselves stepping into the injured monkey's role. While Aviva nurses the monkey back to health, Chris and Martin must keep the troop together and soon discover the important communication function of the proboscis monkeys strangest feature - his huge, droopy, bulbous nose! They uncover some of the different methods animals utilize to communicate important information to each other. D
6:30 am 
Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo  "Two's A Crowd Part 1, Two's A Crowd Part 2"  Two's a Crowd Part 1- An exotic new bird arrives at Peep's can. She's green and red and yellow and has a pouf on her head! She whistles too, a lot, and speaks Spanish. She's also cold, cold cold, frio, and needs help finding a home. D
7:00 am 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Hooray for Hair/Ice Is Nice"  Hooray for Hair - Sally and Nick are getting their hair cut today; maybe they should try new hairstyles! A trip to meet three of Cat's friends (and some styling help from the Wig-o-lator) will help them decide! Should they have Yak hair? No, too hot! How about hair like a fur seal? Not quite, too short. A porcupine? No way! How will they ever get a hug from their moms with hair that spiky? They decide that the hair they have is what's perfect for them! Ice is Nice - Nick and Sally want some nice cold lemonade, but there's no more ice cubes in Sally's fridge! A trip to Freeze-your-knees Snowland will fix that! They meet Cat's friend Polly the polar bear who introduces Sally and Nick to all the different kinds of ice that make up her home. After trying many types of ice, they find the kind that will be perfect for their lemonade!. D
7:30 am 
Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps  "Angelina and the Mouselinghood of the Dancing Shoes/Angelina and Her Parents' Dance Lesson"  Angelina and the Mouselinghoood of the Dancing Shoes - When Angelina, Gracie, Vici and Alice create a girls' club, the boys want to join. At first the girls decide their club should be for girls only, but in the end, they realize the club will be much more fun when everyone is included. Angelina and Her Parents' Dance Lesson - Angelina's parents are taking swing dance lessons. D
8:00 am 
Bob the Builder  "Following Clues (Pt. 1)"  Scrambler and the Clue - The pillars at Fixham Museum need to be replaced. The museum's curator, David Mockney asks Bob and the team to help with the repairs. Mr. Mockney explains that Fixham was built years ago by Brickbeard the Pirate and legend tells of him burying a Golden Hammer. D
8:30 am 
Franny's Feet  "Sweet Talk/Butter Fingers"  Sweet Talk - Franny travels to the Galapagos Islands, and explores how different animals communicate to attract friends. Butter Fingers - Franny travels back to Pioneer times, where she learns how milk is churned into butter. D
9:00 am 
Thomas & Friends  "Listening and Learning"  Thomas In Charge - Thomas wants to impress the Inspector and persuades Percy and Mavis to help him shunt coal at the Docks. This means that Mavis and Percy don't get to do their jobs properly. When the Inspector visits them, they are nowhere to be found. D
9:30 am 
Closer to Truth  "The Mystery of Existence?"  Call all-that-exists "something." Why is there "something" rather than "nothing"? The question haunts me. Why is there anything at all?. D
10:00 am 
10:30 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Great Investors: Robert Kessler"  Guest: Robert Kessler, Founder, CEO, Kessler Investment Advisors. On this week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack, a contrarian who has been proven right over the last decade. Great Investor Robert Kessler explains why, after 40 years of out-performing the stock market, much vilified U.S. D
11:00 am 
11:30 am 
12:00 pm 
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer  "Hay Bales"  Roger and Sarah visit Bowling Green, Kentucky. Roger sets up his easel and paints in a farm setting and Sarah visits the stained glass studio of Marvin Jarboe. D
12:30 pm 
Sewing with Nancy  "Designer Bags, Part 2"  Add finishing touches to your designer-inspired handbags. Continuing the process of creating Designer Bags, Nancy and guest Eileen Roche add the finishing details to their handbags. They stitch and embroider tabs, add magnetic snaps, and share other imaginative details for the bags. D
1:00 pm 
Quilting Arts  "The Quilted Home"  Quilters love to decorate both their home and their apparel with textile art. The first decor stop in this episode is the kitchen as Pearl Krush creates a sweet and sassy kitchen collection with an apron, placemats, and baked potato bag-all items that are fun and functional. Then Diane Gloystein shows how to make a waterfall scarf with a very unique construction; these beautiful and airy scarves are the perfect personal embellishment. D
1:30 pm 
Hometime  "Porch and Rail"  A plain vanilla covered porch gets upgraded with hardwood decking and a PVC railing system. D
2:00 pm 
Woodsmith Shop  "Easy-To-Build Shop Storage Cabinet"  The editors of Woodsmith magazine show how to build an inexpensive wall-mounted shop storage cabinet. Pegboard and smooth-sliding doors allow you to maximize your storage capacity in a minimal amount of space, and simple construction techniques make it a snap to build. D
2:30 pm 
This Old House  "Bedford Project, Part 13 of 16"  Landscape contractor Roger Cook uses old-style bricks made in Massachusetts to create a winding path to the new entry door. He uses half-bricks strategically placed to cheat the joints just enough to make the turns. Inside, wallboard and plaster are up, and the cabinets are going in. D
3:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Preventing Ice Dams; Applying Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation in an Attic"  General contractor Tom Silva explains to a homeowner how ice dams form and how to prevent them. He then works with an insulation contractor to apply closed-cell spray foam insulation in an attic. Then Tom, along with host Kevin O'Connor, landscape contractor Roger Cook, and plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, asks, "What Is It?" Afterward, Richard shares a tip about connecting gutter downspouts. D
3:30 pm 
Growing a Greener World  "From Seed to Cellar; Living Homegrown Fresh"  With shrinking yards and budgets, the move towards more self-sufficiency and urban homesteading is one of the hottest topics today. We visit one Los Angeles urban homesteader to see how she supplements many daily provisions for her family, right from her own backyard. From raising backyard chickens, growing herbs and vegetables to preserving the bounty, this urban homesteader does it all with approachable and transferrable tips and ideas. D
4:00 pm 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Whimsy"  To demonstrate this design principle, Allen introduces some comical additions to the Garden Home Retreat, meets an ironworker who makes gingerbread houses and other lighted displays for Garvan Woodland Gardens. He also offers tips for keeping insects off of the herbs in his one-acre vegetable garden.G
4:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Calvin Trillin"  Calvin Trillin has been called "perhaps the finest reporter in America." His wry commentary on the American scene and his books chronicling his adventures as a "happy eater" have earned him renown as a classic American humorist. Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with Trillin about his work, including his most recent book, Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin: Forty Years of Funny Stuff. Trillin came to Idaho to speak to the Idaho Humanities Council.G
5:00 pm 
William and Mary   Widowed father of two William Shawcross (Martin Clunes) falls for midwife Mary (Julie Graham) as soon as he sees her picture at an up-market dating agency. Their first date though reveals a few surprises.G
6:00 pm 
NOVA  "Extreme Ice"  In collaboration with National Geographic, NOVA follows the exploits of photojournalist James Balog and a scientific team as they deploy time-lapse cameras to create a photo archive of melting glaciers. They grapple with blizzards, fickle technology and perilous climbs to anchor cameras that must withstand extreme cold and high winds.G
7:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Trip to the Moon"  One early traveler called it the strangest 75 square miles in North America. Characterized by one of the only continental hot spots in the world, Craters of the Moon encompasses three quarters of a million acres of lava flows, sagebrush, rolling hills... and a few surprises. Part of it is managed by the National Park Service, as a national monument. And it may be as close as any of us will ever come to a trip to the moon.G
7:30 pm 
Great Performances  "From Vienna: The New Year's Celebration 2012"  Legendary stage and screen star Julie Andrews returns as host of this annual event in Vienna's Musikverein with the Vienna Philharmonic and guest conductor Mariss Jansons. A GREAT PERFORMANCES tradition since 1985, the concert includes the festive sounds of Strauss family compositions, showcasing Viennese musical culture.G
9:00 pm 
Masterpiece Classic  "Downton Abbey (S1 E4)"  The heir crisis at Downton Abbey takes an unexpected turn. Meanwhile, rumors fly about Mary's virtue. Her sister Sybil takes a risk in her secret political life. Anna unearths Bates' mysterious past. And O'Brien and Thomas plot their exit strategy. Part 4 of 4G
10:30 pm 
New Tricks  "Buried Treasure"  Brian's dog digs up a skeleton during a walk on the common. A local youth worker shows an unusual amount of interest in the remains. Investigation shows he was interviewed in connection with the disappearance of a Member of Parliament.G
11:30 pm 
Great Getaways: Rob on the Road   Rob ventures off the coast in search of migrating whales and visits Point Reyes National Seashore.G
5:00 am 
Petula Clark: This Is My Song   PETULA CLARK: THIS IS MY SONG is the story of the star's life in music, told in her own words and those of friends and colleagues including Harry Belafonte, Lynn Redgrave, Andy Williams, Rod McKuen, David Cassidy and others. A wealth of rare material, from movie trailers, newsreels, stage productions and television appearances reveal a multi-faceted entertainer who has also managed to have a successful personal life. D
6:00 am 
Sister Wendy at the Norton Simon Museum   Sister Wendy Beckett, the "art nun" from England, leads a tour through this collections of Old Master, Impressionist, Modern and Asian art and explores the Pasadena, California museum.G
7:00 am 
Dialogue  "Calvin Trillin"  Calvin Trillin has been called "perhaps the finest reporter in America." His wry commentary on the American scene and his books chronicling his adventures as a "happy eater" have earned him renown as a classic American humorist. Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with Trillin about his work, including his most recent book, Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin: Forty Years of Funny Stuff. Trillin came to Idaho to speak to the Idaho Humanities Council.G
7:30 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Trip to the Moon"  One early traveler called it the strangest 75 square miles in North America. Characterized by one of the only continental hot spots in the world, Craters of the Moon encompasses three quarters of a million acres of lava flows, sagebrush, rolling hills... and a few surprises. Part of it is managed by the National Park Service, as a national monument. And it may be as close as any of us will ever come to a trip to the moon.G
8:00 am 
Oregon Field Guide  "Amphibian Egg Masses, Lamprey Decline, Mazama Archive"  NULL
8:30 am 
Roadtrip Nation  "Hollywood"  In Los Angeles, Calif., the Roadtrippers make their way to Amoeba Music, one of the largest indie record stores in the U.S., to meet co-owner Karen Pearson. D
9:00 am 
Antiques Roadshow  "Phoenix, AZ - Hour One"  Host Mark L. Walberg visits the Hall of Flame Museum, home to the largest collection of fire-fighting materials in North America. Treasures at the convention center include a 1797 Chippendale marriage chest, and original Charles Schulz "Peanuts" artwork, valued up to $350,000. Part 1 of 3G
10:00 am 
NOVA  "Extreme Ice"  In collaboration with National Geographic, NOVA follows the exploits of photojournalist James Balog and a scientific team as they deploy time-lapse cameras to create a photo archive of melting glaciers. They grapple with blizzards, fickle technology and perilous climbs to anchor cameras that must withstand extreme cold and high winds.G
11:00 am 
NOVA  "Secrets Beneath The Ice"  Scientists drill deep beneath the Antarctic ice, down through the sea and three-fourths of a mile into the seafloor, to recover rock cores that reveal details of climate and fauna from a time in the distant past when the Earth was just a few degrees warmer than it is today. They look for clues to indicate what may happen to the warming planet.G
12:00 pm 
Space Age: Nasa's Story  "Life In Space"  Taking knowledge from past missions, this final episode looks beyond NASA's fleeting visits to space - to a time when mankind explores deep space and learns to live beyond the Earth, replacing rivalry with partnership. The International Space Station sees Japanese, Canadian and European astronauts working on its completion in 2010.G
1:00 pm 
Need to Know   NULL
1:30 pm 
2:00 pm 
Biz Kid$  "How to Be A Smart Consumer"  Get the most for your money. Join the Biz Kids and you'll explore smart shopping strategies. Learn how to avoid common pitfalls and traps set by savvy marketers and high-pressure salesmen. D
2:30 pm 
Oregon Field Guide  "Bald Eagle Recovery, Cyclocross, Jim Anderson"  Cameras capture video of eagles in the largest wintering grounds for the birds in the 48 contiguous states. The episode also provides an update on the bird's removal from the Endangered Species List and includes a climb up into an eagle nest.G
3:00 pm 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Family Favorites"  Bridget reveals how to make the ultimate Swiss Steak. Then, Jack challenges Chris to a tasting of tomato paste. Next, Adam reveals his top picks for immersion blenders. D
3:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Three-Part Travel Skills Special"  Rick shares 25 years of travel experience in this three-part special. He begins with tips for planning a trip, overcoming the language barrier, getting around, finding accommodations, staying safe and more. Part 1 of 3G
4:00 pm 
NOVA  "Extreme Ice"  In collaboration with National Geographic, NOVA follows the exploits of photojournalist James Balog and a scientific team as they deploy time-lapse cameras to create a photo archive of melting glaciers. They grapple with blizzards, fickle technology and perilous climbs to anchor cameras that must withstand extreme cold and high winds.G
5:00 pm 
Steve Jobs - One Last Thing   In the aftermath of the death of probably the most inspirational computer designers and innovators of the 21st century, this film takes an in-depth look at the life and work of Apple boss Steve Jobs to examine how and why he revolutionized our world.G
6:00 pm 
Barbara Morgan: No Limits   Producer Marcia Franklin traces Barbara Morgan's 23-year odyssey from McCall elementary teacher to space-veteran astronaut. Vintage footage, photos and interviews with friends, colleagues, students and family weave a tale of perseverance and resolve.G
7:00 pm 
Independent Lens  "These Amazing Shadows"  The program looks at the work of the National Film Preservation Board and the cinematic treasures it strives to save, from Hollywood blockbusters to avant-garde gems, and from the earliest days of film to today. We hear from scholars and artists from across the field, and witness some of the greatest masterpieces of American film.G
8:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Phoenix, AZ - Hour One"  Host Mark L. Walberg visits the Hall of Flame Museum, home to the largest collection of fire-fighting materials in North America. Treasures at the convention center include a 1797 Chippendale marriage chest, and original Charles Schulz "Peanuts" artwork, valued up to $350,000. Part 1 of 3G
9:00 pm 
Steve Jobs - One Last Thing   In the aftermath of the death of probably the most inspirational computer designers and innovators of the 21st century, this film takes an in-depth look at the life and work of Apple boss Steve Jobs to examine how and why he revolutionized our world.G
10:00 pm 
Barbara Morgan: No Limits   Producer Marcia Franklin traces Barbara Morgan's 23-year odyssey from McCall elementary teacher to space-veteran astronaut. Vintage footage, photos and interviews with friends, colleagues, students and family weave a tale of perseverance and resolve.G
11:00 pm 
Independent Lens  "These Amazing Shadows"  The program looks at the work of the National Film Preservation Board and the cinematic treasures it strives to save, from Hollywood blockbusters to avant-garde gems, and from the earliest days of film to today. We hear from scholars and artists from across the field, and witness some of the greatest masterpieces of American film.G
5:00 am 
Chef John Besh's New Orleans   Biscuits, Oeufs au Plat and Green Onion Shrimp Gravy, and Ambrosia. D
5:30 am 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Soup for Supper"  Hearty soups are meals in themselves. Sara's are substantial and incredibly easy to make. She starts with a basic recipe for Chicken Broth, which is easy to prepare and well worth it. D
6:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Croatia: Adriatic Delights"  Rick explores the fabled Dalmatian Coast from dramatic Dubrovnik to crusty Adriatic island ports. Heading inland, he hikes through Plitvice Lakes National Park and enjoys the thriving capital city of Zagreb.G
6:30 am 
Travelscope  "Guatemala's Semana Santa - Easter Week"  Throughout Guatemala, Easter Week (Semana Santa) is celebrated as the most significant and festive season on every religious and social calendar. Joseph travels to Guatemala City, Antiqua and Lago de Atitlan and discovers that while the observance is rich in Roman Catholic ceremony and tradition, at the same time it leaves room for the popular devotion and beliefs of the indigenous Mayan culture. In addition, the communal creation of hundreds of beautiful alfombras -- flower-strewn, multi-colored "carpets" -- that line the streets in front of the religious processions is something to behold. D
7:00 am 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Structure in the Garden"  Allen shows what he did to build a raised bed in his acre garden and leads the way to a poolside grotto. He also presents an interesting window box combination.G
7:30 am 
Ask This Old House  "Preventing Ice Dams; Applying Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation in an Attic"  General contractor Tom Silva explains to a homeowner how ice dams form and how to prevent them. He then works with an insulation contractor to apply closed-cell spray foam insulation in an attic. Then Tom, along with host Kevin O'Connor, landscape contractor Roger Cook, and plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, asks, "What Is It?" Afterward, Richard shares a tip about connecting gutter downspouts. D
8:00 am 
For Your Home  "Outdoor Living - Hardscape Makeover Part 1"  NULL
8:30 am 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Seashells"  Create mouthwatering dishes from the sea. Katie ventures into new waters with roasted shellfish, a tangy swordfish dish and an easy-to-make watermelon salad. Projects: seashell art and sand pots. D
9:00 am 
Knit & Crochet Today  "Stitchy Home D�Cor"  We're getting cozy with some lovely cushions for your home. These easy to stitch pillows will be a welcome addition to any home. Our guest interview is with designer Erica Knight.G
9:30 am 
Gary Spetz's Painting Wild Places! with Watercolors  "Crater Lake, Part 1"  The stunning volcano-top lake of the Cascade Mountains. In a step-by-step demonstration, Gary takes the viewer half way through the painting process: from a drawing on watercolor paper through the creation of the painting's base foundation of colors and values. D
10:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Weeknight Workhorses"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the perfect Pan-Seared Chicken Breasts. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus takes a trip to a local fire department to test fire extinguishers. Next, test cook Becky Hays uncovers the secrets to perfect Sauteed Pork Cutlets. D
10:30 am 
Lidia's Italy In America  "Philadelphia: It All Happens on Philadelphia's 9th Street"  NULL
11:00 am 
Social Studies In Action: A Methodology Workshop, K-5  "Workshop 1. Teaching Social Studies"  Why do we teach social studies? This session focuses on the relevance of teaching social studies and discusses strategies for helping students gain a deeper understanding of social studies content. The onscreen teachers review standards and themes developed by the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) and view video clips from the Social Studies in Action video library to identify examples of powerful teaching and learning. D
12:00 pm 
Assessment In Math and Science: What's The Point?  "Will This Be on the Test?"  Understanding is more than simply knowing. This workshop sets the stage for the entire series by examining what it means to understand, and explores how teachers can design a set of performance tasks to fairly and accurately assess the levels of understanding that their students have or have not achieved. D
1:30 pm 
Connecting with the Arts: A Teaching Practices Library, 6-8  "Revealing Character"  A language arts teacher and a visual art teacher ask eighth-graders to demonstrate their understanding of a novel's characters by creating unusual ceramic place settings. D
2:00 pm 
Habitable Planet, The  "Agriculture"  Will world population outrun food resources? The "Green Revolution" of the 20th century multiplied crop yields, in part through increasing inputs of pesticides and fertilizers. How can farmers reduce their use of agricultural chemicals and still produce enough food?. D
2:30 pm 
Habitable Planet, The  "Water Resources"  While essential to the lives of humans and animals, fresh water only accounts for six percent of the world's water supply. Scientists in Florida's Everglades and the water challenged Southwest consider the optimum use of existing sources of fresh water for both humans and ecosystems. D
3:00 pm 
Rediscovering Biology: Molecular to Global Perspectives  "Session 1. Genomics"  Having determined the complete DNA nucleotide sequence of humans and several other organisms, today. D
3:30 pm 
Rediscovering Biology: Molecular to Global Perspectives  "Session 2. Proteins and Proteomics"  Researchers know it is the proteins made by a cell that determine what that cell does. This session explores the varying complements of proteins and their effects, structures, and interactions within the mechanism of cell function, and introduces the larger picture of proteomics and systems biology. D
4:00 pm 
Critical Issues In School Reform  "Innovations In Professional Collaboration: A Community of Learners"  At Souhegan High School in Amherst, New Hampshire, teachers regularly gather feedback on their teaching practice from peers as well as students, as part of a school-wide effort to make Souhegan a genuine community of learners. D
4:30 pm 
Critical Issues In School Reform  "Looking At Student Work: A Window Into The Classroom"  Teachers at Norview High School in Norfolk, Virginia, demonstrate the collaborative examination of student work and discuss its value and implications for teaching practice. D
5:00 pm 
Chef John Besh's New Orleans   Biscuits, Oeufs au Plat and Green Onion Shrimp Gravy, and Ambrosia. D
5:30 pm 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Soup for Supper"  Hearty soups are meals in themselves. Sara's are substantial and incredibly easy to make. She starts with a basic recipe for Chicken Broth, which is easy to prepare and well worth it. D
6:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Croatia: Adriatic Delights"  Rick explores the fabled Dalmatian Coast from dramatic Dubrovnik to crusty Adriatic island ports. Heading inland, he hikes through Plitvice Lakes National Park and enjoys the thriving capital city of Zagreb.G
6:30 pm 
Travelscope  "Guatemala's Semana Santa - Easter Week"  Throughout Guatemala, Easter Week (Semana Santa) is celebrated as the most significant and festive season on every religious and social calendar. Joseph travels to Guatemala City, Antiqua and Lago de Atitlan and discovers that while the observance is rich in Roman Catholic ceremony and tradition, at the same time it leaves room for the popular devotion and beliefs of the indigenous Mayan culture. In addition, the communal creation of hundreds of beautiful alfombras -- flower-strewn, multi-colored "carpets" -- that line the streets in front of the religious processions is something to behold. D
7:00 pm 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Structure in the Garden"  Allen shows what he did to build a raised bed in his acre garden and leads the way to a poolside grotto. He also presents an interesting window box combination.G
7:30 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Preventing Ice Dams; Applying Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation in an Attic"  General contractor Tom Silva explains to a homeowner how ice dams form and how to prevent them. He then works with an insulation contractor to apply closed-cell spray foam insulation in an attic. Then Tom, along with host Kevin O'Connor, landscape contractor Roger Cook, and plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, asks, "What Is It?" Afterward, Richard shares a tip about connecting gutter downspouts. D
8:00 pm 
For Your Home  "Outdoor Living - Hardscape Makeover Part 1"  NULL
8:30 pm 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Seashells"  Create mouthwatering dishes from the sea. Katie ventures into new waters with roasted shellfish, a tangy swordfish dish and an easy-to-make watermelon salad. Projects: seashell art and sand pots. D
9:00 pm 
Knit & Crochet Today  "Stitchy Home D�Cor"  We're getting cozy with some lovely cushions for your home. These easy to stitch pillows will be a welcome addition to any home. Our guest interview is with designer Erica Knight.G
9:30 pm 
Gary Spetz's Painting Wild Places! with Watercolors  "Crater Lake, Part 1"  The stunning volcano-top lake of the Cascade Mountains. In a step-by-step demonstration, Gary takes the viewer half way through the painting process: from a drawing on watercolor paper through the creation of the painting's base foundation of colors and values. D
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Weeknight Workhorses"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the perfect Pan-Seared Chicken Breasts. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus takes a trip to a local fire department to test fire extinguishers. Next, test cook Becky Hays uncovers the secrets to perfect Sauteed Pork Cutlets. D
10:30 pm 
Lidia's Italy In America  "Philadelphia: It All Happens on Philadelphia's 9th Street"  NULL
11:00 pm 
Theater Talk  "Hugh Jackman"  Forget those premium Broadway ticket prices! We've got Hugh Jackman, Broadway's biggest star. We spend a half-hour with the versatile and popular entertainer. Jackman talks about his love for Broadway, his sellout show, Hugh Jackman -- Back on Broadway and its meaning for him now and in the future. D
11:30 pm 
Closer to Truth  "How Free Is God?"  God is supposed to be all-powerful, all-knowing and all good. In addition, God is supposed to be "perfectly free"? What does it mean for God to be perfectly free?. D
5:00 am 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Schopenhauer On Love"  19th Century Arthur Schopenhauer believed that love is the most important human striving because of its powerful impulse toward "the will to life." What light does Alain de Botton shed on the irony of an unhappy philosopher probing the subject of love?. D
5:30 am 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Nietzsche On Hardship"  Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) advocated suffering and the overcoming of hardship as good aspects of life. Why and how did Nietzsche advocate difficulty as necessary for worthwhile life achievements?. D
6:00 am 
Global Voices  "Storm of Emotions"  STORM OF EMOTIONS chronicles the Israeli disengagement from the Gaza Strip and efforts to achieve democracy amidst great social and political turmoil. Told from the perspective of the Israeli police force, this film explores how these individuals try to balance their emotions, beliefs and conscience while attempting to maintain civil order. D
7:30 am 
Images of Tony Gleaton   The cultural photographer's black-and-white portraits focus on the social construction of race and capture people separated from the dominant cultural group. These include photographs of black and American Indian cowboys, the African diaspora in Latin American, and the assimilation of Asians, Africans and Europeans with indigenous Americans. The documentary also explores how Gleaton connects with his subjects.G
8:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Trip to the Moon"  One early traveler called it the strangest 75 square miles in North America. Characterized by one of the only continental hot spots in the world, Craters of the Moon encompasses three quarters of a million acres of lava flows, sagebrush, rolling hills... and a few surprises. Part of it is managed by the National Park Service, as a national monument. And it may be as close as any of us will ever come to a trip to the moon.G
8:30 am 
Dialogue  "Calvin Trillin"  Calvin Trillin has been called "perhaps the finest reporter in America." His wry commentary on the American scene and his books chronicling his adventures as a "happy eater" have earned him renown as a classic American humorist. Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with Trillin about his work, including his most recent book, Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin: Forty Years of Funny Stuff. Trillin came to Idaho to speak to the Idaho Humanities Council.G
9:00 am 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Socrates On Self-Confidence"  What did Socrates (470-399 BC) mean by "searching for the truth," "self-knowledge," and his dialectic method, and how does Alain de Botton extrapolate these concepts into our lives in the 21st Century?. D
9:30 am 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Epicurus On Happiness"  Epicurus, an ancient Greek philosopher who lived from 341-270 BC, believed that "friends," "freedom," and "thought" are the path to happiness. What kind of happiness was Epicurus seeking - and is this still relevant today?. D
10:00 am 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Seneca On Anger"  What practical guide can we adopt from the principles developed by Roman philosopher Lucious Annaeus Seneca (4 BC-65 AD) to accommodate the stresses and dangers of his era?. D
10:30 am 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Montaigne On Self-Esteem"  French thinker Michel de Montaigne lived in 16th Century France, long before modern psychology developed and the expression "self-esteem" was coined. In what ways was this contemporary psychological concept central to his worldview?. D
11:00 am 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Schopenhauer On Love"  19th Century Arthur Schopenhauer believed that love is the most important human striving because of its powerful impulse toward "the will to life." What light does Alain de Botton shed on the irony of an unhappy philosopher probing the subject of love?. D
11:30 am 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Nietzsche On Hardship"  Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) advocated suffering and the overcoming of hardship as good aspects of life. Why and how did Nietzsche advocate difficulty as necessary for worthwhile life achievements?. D
12:00 pm 
Global Voices  "Storm of Emotions"  STORM OF EMOTIONS chronicles the Israeli disengagement from the Gaza Strip and efforts to achieve democracy amidst great social and political turmoil. Told from the perspective of the Israeli police force, this film explores how these individuals try to balance their emotions, beliefs and conscience while attempting to maintain civil order. D
1:30 pm 
Images of Tony Gleaton   The cultural photographer's black-and-white portraits focus on the social construction of race and capture people separated from the dominant cultural group. These include photographs of black and American Indian cowboys, the African diaspora in Latin American, and the assimilation of Asians, Africans and Europeans with indigenous Americans. The documentary also explores how Gleaton connects with his subjects.G
2:00 pm 
This Emotional Life  "Rethinking Happiness"  Exploring what is happiness and why it is important, scientists explore positive emotions and research activities and qualities that foster them - meditation, compassion, forgiveness and altruism. Resilient individuals help scientists understand why some people are less scarred by trauma and disaster than others. The episode culminates in seeking to understand how the quality of relationships defines happiness. Part 3 of 3G
4:00 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Socrates On Self-Confidence"  What did Socrates (470-399 BC) mean by "searching for the truth," "self-knowledge," and his dialectic method, and how does Alain de Botton extrapolate these concepts into our lives in the 21st Century?. D
4:30 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Epicurus On Happiness"  Epicurus, an ancient Greek philosopher who lived from 341-270 BC, believed that "friends," "freedom," and "thought" are the path to happiness. What kind of happiness was Epicurus seeking - and is this still relevant today?. D
5:00 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Seneca On Anger"  What practical guide can we adopt from the principles developed by Roman philosopher Lucious Annaeus Seneca (4 BC-65 AD) to accommodate the stresses and dangers of his era?. D
5:30 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Montaigne On Self-Esteem"  French thinker Michel de Montaigne lived in 16th Century France, long before modern psychology developed and the expression "self-esteem" was coined. In what ways was this contemporary psychological concept central to his worldview?. D
6:00 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Schopenhauer On Love"  19th Century Arthur Schopenhauer believed that love is the most important human striving because of its powerful impulse toward "the will to life." What light does Alain de Botton shed on the irony of an unhappy philosopher probing the subject of love?. D
6:30 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Nietzsche On Hardship"  Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) advocated suffering and the overcoming of hardship as good aspects of life. Why and how did Nietzsche advocate difficulty as necessary for worthwhile life achievements?. D
7:00 pm 
Global Voices  "Storm of Emotions"  STORM OF EMOTIONS chronicles the Israeli disengagement from the Gaza Strip and efforts to achieve democracy amidst great social and political turmoil. Told from the perspective of the Israeli police force, this film explores how these individuals try to balance their emotions, beliefs and conscience while attempting to maintain civil order. D
8:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Calvin Trillin"  Calvin Trillin has been called "perhaps the finest reporter in America." His wry commentary on the American scene and his books chronicling his adventures as a "happy eater" have earned him renown as a classic American humorist. Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with Trillin about his work, including his most recent book, Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin: Forty Years of Funny Stuff. Trillin came to Idaho to speak to the Idaho Humanities Council.G
9:00 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Socrates On Self-Confidence"  What did Socrates (470-399 BC) mean by "searching for the truth," "self-knowledge," and his dialectic method, and how does Alain de Botton extrapolate these concepts into our lives in the 21st Century?. D
9:30 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Epicurus On Happiness"  Epicurus, an ancient Greek philosopher who lived from 341-270 BC, believed that "friends," "freedom," and "thought" are the path to happiness. What kind of happiness was Epicurus seeking - and is this still relevant today?. D
10:00 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Seneca On Anger"  What practical guide can we adopt from the principles developed by Roman philosopher Lucious Annaeus Seneca (4 BC-65 AD) to accommodate the stresses and dangers of his era?. D
10:30 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Montaigne On Self-Esteem"  French thinker Michel de Montaigne lived in 16th Century France, long before modern psychology developed and the expression "self-esteem" was coined. In what ways was this contemporary psychological concept central to his worldview?. D
11:00 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Schopenhauer On Love"  19th Century Arthur Schopenhauer believed that love is the most important human striving because of its powerful impulse toward "the will to life." What light does Alain de Botton shed on the irony of an unhappy philosopher probing the subject of love?. D
11:30 pm 
Philosophy: A Guide to Happiness  "Nietzsche On Hardship"  Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) advocated suffering and the overcoming of hardship as good aspects of life. Why and how did Nietzsche advocate difficulty as necessary for worthwhile life achievements?. D

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