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January 12, 2013
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1:00 am 
Circus  "Born to Be Circus/Down The Road"  Big Apple Circus founder Paul Binder embarks on his annual trip to scout new talent at the renowned Monte Carlo circus festival. Not only is this one of the glitziest social events of the year, but it's also an opportunity to stay connected with the international circus community, the extended family if you will. Here, we learn about the long tradition of circus, and how those in this community are working to ensure that circus survives. D
2:00 am 
Museum of Life  "The Power of Insects"  Host Jimmy Doherty and the team explore the butterfly collection, meet the most stung man in the museum, and discover how the museum is using insects to help at murder scenes. Part 5 of 6G
3:00 am 
China from the Inside  "Women of the Country"  China's urban young women have opportunities unimaginable to their mothers. Yet for millions in rural areas, change is slow. Part 2 of 4G
4:00 am 
Women, War & Peace  "Peace Unveiled"  When the U.S. troop surge was announced in late 2009, women in Afghanistan knew that the ground was being laid for peace talks with the Taliban. This episode follows three women who immediately began to organize to make sure that women's rights don't get traded away in the deal. Part 3 of 5G
5:00 am 
David Suchet in the Footsteps of St. Paul   Suchet follows Paul's journey to the west where the name of Jesus was not known. Paul seeks to convert people to Jesus before the end of the world arrives, but is doing so in areas where Caesar himself is believed to be a God. Paul's mission is not well received. Part 2 of 2G
6:00 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Prisons for Profit - Louisiana has the highest rate of incarceration of any state in the nation with one in every 86 adults behind bars. As Lucky Severson reports, to contain the costs of imprisoning so many individuals, the state has outsourced the operating of many prisons to local sheriffs and others who are given a per diem payment for each prisoner. Critics say one effect of this is to give sheriffs an incentive to expand their prison populations and keep their costs as low as possible. D
6:30 am 
7:00 am 
Second Opinion  "Geriatric Oncology"  As people grow older, the likelihood of getting a cancer diagnosis increases, but there is no one standard treatment for older patients. Beverly Barr Vaughan was diagnosed and treated for colon cancer at the age of 77. Follow this passionate discussion as Beverly and the experts delve into the issue of chronological age versus physiological age. D
7:30 am 
Lidia's Italy In America  "For The Love of Vegetables"  Italians love their vegetables, and they are known for having some of the simplest, freshest and most delicious vegetable dishes of any country. In this episode, Lidia makes Stuffed Escarole, Stuffed Artichoke and Meat Stuffed Eggplant. D
8:00 am 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Burgers and Fries"  America's favorite food just gets better as Sara pursues the ultimate burger. First, a trip to the butcher for a lesson on the best grind of meat, which Sara uses in her Spanish Burgers. Sara takes a side trip to taste triple beef tallow cooked French fries at Philly's Dandelion Restaurant. D
8:30 am 
Simply Ming  "On The Road In Chattanooga with Guest Daniel Lindley"  Ming goes where he's never gone before as he heads south to Chattanooga, Tennessee to cook with renowned local chef, Daniel Lindley of St. John's Restaurant. Together they shop for inspiration at local Chattanooga markets to come up with two distinct dishes that call upon the region's heritage and culinary uniqueness. D
9:00 am 
Christina  "Gut Busters"  Bust out of your rut and get healthy, already. You're tired of talking about it and most of your friends are tired of hearing about it. In this class, we'll get your feet on the path to wellness with some tips and tricks that will have you dancing in the streets. D
9:30 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Eggs"  Want to know how to cook the perfect soft- or hard-cooked egg? Or the fluffiest scramble? Martha shares these and other secrets as she teaches viewers all they need to know about eggs, the world's most versatile protein. Whether you like your egg over easy or sunny-side up, Martha shows you how to prepare them properly every time, with easy-to-master techniques and tips. You'll learn a clever method for frying eggs, a surefire omelet recipe, and the key to a foolproof frittata. D
10:00 am 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Southern Classics"  Bridget shows Chris how to make the ultimate Gumbo. Then, Jack challenges Chris to a tasting of long-grain white rice. And finally, Julia updates a lost recipe and shows Chris how to make Lane Cake. D
10:30 am 
The Mind of a Chef  "Chef"  David Chang prepares eggs with his chef pals -Wylie Dufresne, Daniel Patterson and Rene Redzepi - and makes his Ko egg. D
11:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Bistro-Style Steak and Potatoes"  Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the five-star meal at home and serves it with Potato Galette. And finally, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for wine openers. D
11:30 am 
Scrapbook Soup   In the first segment Tonya Lutz uses a variety of techniques with colored pens, pencils, rubber stamps, and inks to design a scrapbook page. Next, Kathy Kromer creates a decoupaged keepsake love letters box. Then, Jennifer McCord shows how to decorate a picture frame with rolled patterned paper. D
12:00 pm 
Jerry Yarnell School of Fine Art  "Reminders of the Past, Part 3"  Jerry adds intermediate details, shadows, highlights and light and dark contrasts to create three-dimensional form. Part 3 of 5G
12:30 pm 
1:00 pm 
This Old House  "Cambridge 2012, The Big Finish"  The last details come together for the Cambridge project finale: granite posts set off the landscape and the revived vintage doorbell crowns the foyer. Designers Dee Elms and Andrew Terrat bring exquisite punches of color that make the sleek, white Scandinavian modern interior come alive from top to bottom. Homeowners Sally Peterson and John Stone are delighted, as the crew gives a final salute!. D
1:30 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Installing A Toilet/Patching A Lawn with Grass Seed"  Plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey heads to Cheyenne, Wyoming, to help a homeowner install a toilet. Then, Richard, along with landscape contractor Roger Cook, host Kevin O'Connor and general contractor Tom Silva, asks, "What Is It?" Afterward, Tom shares a viewer tip about driving eye screws. Roger and Kevin patch a lawn with grass seed. D
2:00 pm 
The Woodwright's Shop  "The Till in the Tool Chest"  Delve into the drawers in search of the secret of an old tool chest. The quality of the tools shows that it belonged to a first-class joiner back in the early 1800s, but the dovetail joints break all the rules. D
2:30 pm 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Media Center"  The final project of Season 3 takes on Olympic proportions when Tommy visits the home of Jim Craig, legendary hockey goalie, to create a Media Center, fit for a gold medal. Flat screen TV's tend to be a focal point in a room, but this Walnut Media Center allows the Craigs to highlight a few other prized possessions. Don't be scared by its size, this project breaks down to move from shop to home. D
3:00 pm 
MotorWeek  "Bmw X1"  Road Test: 2013 BMW X1 Road Test: 2013 Chevrolet Spark Goss' Garage: Brake Issues. D
3:30 pm 
America's Heartland   Travel to Montana for a one of a kind sheep roundup. Head for the orchard and apple harvest time at one historic New England farm. Discover how one farmer's soybeans are destined for products in your home. D
4:00 pm 
NOVA  "Decoding Neanderthals"  A team led by geneticist Svante Paabo announces in 2010 they have reconstructed much of the Neanderthal genome, and the analysis shows modern humans and their Neanderthal cousins interbred widely outside Africa. The film looks at these findings and a range of new evidence for Neanderthal self-expression and language.G
5:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Corpus Christi, Hour One"  A guest brings in a Diego Rivera oil painting created in 1904 when the artist was just 18 years old, which is valued up to $1 million. Other art highlights are a 1967 painting by Alexander Calder and a Japanese bronze depicting a mythical figure. On a more commercial note, a giant Fisk "Tire Boy" sign is valued up to $12,000. Part 1 of 3G
6:00 pm 
Priceless Antiques Roadshow   Host Fiona Bruce introduces some items that were bought for pennies and turned out to be worth a small fortune. Painting specialist Mark Poltimore discovers what happened when his grandfather met the most famous soprano in the world.G
6:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "European Travel Skills, Part 2"  Rick's travel tips includes planning an itinerary, hurdling the language barrier, traveling by car or train and avoiding scams. Part 2 of 3G
7:00 pm 
The Lawrence Welk Show  "Top Songs from Broadway Musicals"  This 1974 show presents favorite show tunes: "Til There Was You" from The Music Man, "The Impossible Dream" from The Man of La Mancha, and "Sunrise, Sunset" from Fiddler on the Roof.G
8:00 pm 
Are You Being Served?  "Sweet Smell of Success"  Mrs. Slocombe claims to have created a unisex perfume which exercises a fatal attraction for the opposite sex.G
8:30 pm 
Keeping Up Appearances - The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket  "The Rolls Royce"  Hyacinth is stung to lose first prize at the local craft fair for her floral table decoration and to a social rival.G
9:00 pm 
As Time Goes By  "Lionel's Ex-Wife"  Lionel unexpectedly receives a letter from ex-wife Margaret. When he and Jane meet with her, she is neither frumpy nor alone.G
9:30 pm 
The Cafe  "Afternoon Tease"  Sarah soon has two school friends vying for her favor - Richard, who secretly fancies her, and John, a former "fat kid" now a good looking successful businessman with a Porsche.G
10:00 pm 
The Red Green Show  "Curse of the Mummy"  Red and Mike have some fun with artifacts from the local museum. Red shows how to prevent your car from being stolen, and he makes a kinetic lawn ornament from a set of drums and a bicycle.G
10:30 pm 
My Family  "Ho Ho No (Christmas Special) Part 1"  Susan promises Ben a quiet Christmas at a country retreat where the rest of the family cannot ruin his "festivity free" holiday. Meanwhile Susan makes a secret plan to have the family arrive to surprise Ben on the big day. Things begin to go awry from the beginning. Part 1 of 2G
11:00 pm 
Doctor Who Series  "Let's Kill Hitler"  In the desperate search for Melody Pond, the TARDIS crash lands in 1930s Berlin, bringing the Doctor face to face with the greatest war criminal in the Universe - and Hitler. The Doctor must teach his adversaries that time travel has responsibilities, and in so doing, learns a harsh lesson in the cruelest warfare of all.G
1:00 am 
Equitrekking  "Colorado"  At the Colorado Cattle Company in Northern Colorado, Equitrekking host Darley Newman participates in "Dream Week," learning to ride championship cutting horses with expert Teddy Johnson. In Southern Colorado, Darley rides up to over 12,000 feet in San Juan National Forest with native Anne Rapp. The ride to Engineer Mountain takes Darley through alpine meadows, steep mountain passes and open expanses where views reach all the way to New Mexico. D
1:30 am 
Equitrekking  "Wyoming"  Equitrekking host Darley Newman begins at UXU Ranch for scenic and challenging riding on surefooted horses in the Shoshone National Forest. Darley and ranch owner Tuff ride by the majestic hoodoos and to high elevations for views of colorful canyons, glaciers and mountaintops. Darley explores the wildlife and geology of Yellowstone National Park on foot, before heading to the Cody rodeo. D
2:00 am 
Secrets of Highclere Castle   The castle's architect worked on Britain's Parliament building with construction beginning in 1838. When completed, it becomes the social epicenter of Edwardian England. This film shows how the aristocrats lived with an army of servants in the pre-World War I years, how the home becomes a hospital for wounded servicemen during the war, and how the current inhabitants, Lord and Lady Carnarvon, spend $1 million in annual upkeep funds in their fairytale castle.G
3:00 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
3:30 am 
Dialogue  "Annette Gordon-Reed: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  The historian speaks with host Marcia Franklin during the Sun Valley Writers' Conference. Gordon-Reed won the 2008 National Book Award and the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for her book on Thomas Jefferson and the Hemings slave family, which he owned.G
4:00 am 
Sesame Street  "The Very End of X"  Big Bird and Snuffy are the hosts of "The Letter of the Day Show" on Sesame Street! The only problem is that the letter they were supposed to introduce and sing about is broken into two straight pieces. Big Bird and Snuffy need help determining which letter it is, so they use the guests on the show as clues. Their first guest is a box, which begins with the letter "B", so they think the letter must be "B". D
5:00 am 
Martha Speaks  "Martha Speaks Martha Gets Spooked/Martha Changes Her Luck"  Martha Gets Spooked - Is someone fixing up the haunted house? If not, who ordered those flowers? Martha Changes Her Luck - Uh-oh. Martha walked under a ladder-and broke a mirror-so now she thinks she's jinxed.G
5:30 am 
Super Why!  "Rumpelstiltskin"  Princess Pea's father is busy, busy, busy with no time to help her tie up her skates. What's a Princess to do? The Super Readers use their literacy powers to visit another Princess whose funny little helper, Rumpelstiltskin, is far too busy to help her spin straw into gold. The Super Readers may be able to guess Rumpelstiltskin's name but they won't be able to guess what will happen in this story! Educational Objectives: To learn about the importance of doing things yourself, build the alphabet, and identify the letters S-P-I-N. D
6:00 am 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Thank You, Grandpere Tiger!/Neighborhood Thank You Day"  Thank You, Grandpere Tiger! - Grandpere Tiger comes to visit, but is only in town for a short while. Daniel is sad that Grandpere can't come to the special Thank You Day celebration later that day. Daniel learns to be thankful for the time they DO have together, and is then surprised when Grandpere appears at the celebration after all! Neighborhood Thank You Day - The neighborhood celebrates Thank You Day by putting notes in the Thank You Tree. D
6:30 am 
WordWorld  "Dog's Having A Party/Dog Wants to Play Ball"  Dog's Having a Party - Dog and Duck want to throw a house party at Dog's house. But all they have is the letter H, and they don't know what to do with it! With the help of Sheep they soon realize that H is a fabulous letter; with it they can make hotdogs, hats, hula-hoops and a great party indeed. Hurray! Dog Wants to Play Ball - Dog wants to play ball, but he's having trouble communicating with his friends because they won't stop and listen to him. D
7:00 am 
Sesame Street  "The Very End of X"  Big Bird and Snuffy are the hosts of "The Letter of the Day Show" on Sesame Street! The only problem is that the letter they were supposed to introduce and sing about is broken into two straight pieces. Big Bird and Snuffy need help determining which letter it is, so they use the guests on the show as clues. Their first guest is a box, which begins with the letter "B", so they think the letter must be "B". D
8:00 am 
Curious George  "Wind Symphony/George and Allie's Automated Car Wash"  Wind Symphony - George is an expert at making noise, so Mr. Zoobel asks for his help in creating a one-of-a-kind rooftop Wind Symphony. George and Zoobel listen closely to the different sounds of everyday objects, whether it's banging pots, clinking silverware, or flapping laundry, and find the perfect instruments for a wind-powered orchestra. But as the crowd gathers below, the promised wind isn't arriving and George has to think of a way to save the day. D
8:30 am 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "No Night Today/Fun in the Sun"  No Night Today - Nick and Sally want to keep playing, but it's getting dark. Why does nighttime have to come? The Cat knows someone who can answer that question - Astronaut Audrey! With a trip to her International Space Station and a large model of the solar system, the kids learn that it's the earth's spinning near the sun that makes it night or day. Fun in the Sun - Phew it's hot! Too hot to play outside. D
9:00 am 
Super Why!  "Goldilocks and the Three Bears: The Mystery"  There's a mystery in Storybrook Village - the case of the broken guitar strings! Jack thinks Whyatt is the culprit, but he knows he's innocent! The Super Readers fly into the tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and meet up with Goldilocks, who is just as determined to prove that she didn't make the mess in the Three Bears' house! What will it take for Goldilocks, and Whyatt, to convince everyone they're telling the truth? Educational Objectives: To learn strategies for convincing someone, explore the practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to change the story. D
9:30 am 
Dinosaur Train  "Triassic Turtle/Tank's Baby Brother"  Triassic Turtle - Don mistakes a shell for a rock and meets Adam Adocus, a turtle with a head he can pull into his shell. The Pteranodon family travels to the Triassic and meets Pauline Proganochelys, another kind of turtle who shares her own methods of defending herself. Tank's Baby Brother - Tank Triceratops has a new baby brother that everyone dotes on, making Tank feel left out. D
10:00 am 
The Electric Company  "Madame President"  Lisa and Francine face off in the election for Book Club President. Can Lisa's campaign message win out over Francine's dirty politics?. D
10:30 am 
Wild Kratts  "Cheetah Racer"  Chris and Martin announce that no creature or vehicle can travel as fast over the rough and tumble African savannah as the cheetah. Aviva takes the challenge and declares she will build a ground racer that can run even faster than a cheetah. Of course Zach wants to prove that he is a better inventor than Aviva and joins the race. D
11:00 am 
WordWorld  "Dog's Having A Party/Dog Wants to Play Ball"  Dog's Having a Party - Dog and Duck want to throw a house party at Dog's house. But all they have is the letter H, and they don't know what to do with it! With the help of Sheep they soon realize that H is a fabulous letter; with it they can make hotdogs, hats, hula-hoops and a great party indeed. Hurray! Dog Wants to Play Ball - Dog wants to play ball, but he's having trouble communicating with his friends because they won't stop and listen to him. D
11:30 am 
WordGirl  "Violet Superhero/Big Business"  Violet Superhero - There's a new superhero in town when Violet becomes "The Framer." It seems like her "superpowers" aren't much help while WordGirl is doing all the crime-fighting. But when the Butcher attacks "The Framer" comes to the rescue. D
12:00 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
12:30 pm 
Pati's Mexican Table  "School Lunch with a Mexican Twist"  The same foods that parents pack into a hearty school lunch in Mexico are perfect for school lunchtime in America. These dishes are so tasty and filling, even grownups will want to take them to work! Street-Style Cut-Up Fruits and Vegetables; Ham and Cheese Torta Sandwiches; Juju's Birthday Cake (with a Brownie Twist). D
1:00 pm 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Farm Stand"  Katie demonstrates how to grow, and then cook, garden-fresh delights from the local farm stand. Recipes: watermelon with a mint glaze and cider-braised cabbage. Projects: tin planters. D
1:30 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "Heaven On Earth, Part 5"  Final details, highlights, cabin, etc. In the final segment, Jerry paints in the cabin in the background then details and highlights it. Now he puts the final accent highlights on the large trees, waterfall, and middle and foreground. D
2:00 pm 
Essential Pepin  "Cattle Call"  Grilled Steak With Lemon-Thyme Butter; Spicy Rib Roast; Veal Chops With Caper Sauce; Braised Beef In Red Wine. D
2:30 pm 
On Story  "Creators"  On the next On Story, Bones creator Hart Hanson and Veronica Mars Creator Rob Thomas discuss the creation of a successful TV series. And (followed by) the short films 0507 by Ben and Chris Blaine and Smile by Lauren Elmer. D
3:00 pm 
Dialogue  "Annette Gordon-Reed: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  The historian speaks with host Marcia Franklin during the Sun Valley Writers' Conference. Gordon-Reed won the 2008 National Book Award and the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for her book on Thomas Jefferson and the Hemings slave family, which he owned.G
3:30 pm 
MotorWeek  "Bmw X1"  Road Test: 2013 BMW X1 Road Test: 2013 Chevrolet Spark Goss' Garage: Brake Issues. D
4:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Summertime Supper"  Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making perfect Grilled Stuffed Pork Tenderloin. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews liquid measuring cups in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Lighter Corn Chowder with lots of corn flavor. D
4:30 pm 
Passport to Adventure  "Baja California's Best Kept Secret!"  No timeshare hawkers, high rises or massive resorts; just quiet coves and pristine islands for kayakers, gorgeous desert for mountain bikers, the original California missions, and an unspoiled Mexican town. In this episode, hosts Julie Conover and Mark Jennings discover the secrets of the real Baja. Whether they are kayaking along the coast, or riding mules through the hinterland, the drama and mystique of the desert is a constant force. D
5:00 pm 
Globe Trekker  "West Texas"  In the state capital of Austin, Zay Harding explores everything from rattlesnake hotdogs to bingo with chickens. He checks out the Alamo at San Antonio, spends a night in a haunted hotel and travels to El Paso where he treks into the desert along the old Butterfield trail. He follows Route 66 in a 1960s Mustang and competes in Amarillo's steak-eating challenge.G
6:00 pm 
Great Performances  "Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy"  Joel Grey, the original Master of Ceremonies in Cabaret, narrates this exploration of the phenomenon that, during the 50-year period of its development, the majority of the songs of the Broadway musical were created by Jewish Americans. The film features interviews with creators of the musicals and includes performances by their stars.G
7:30 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Rodrigo Y Gabriela"  The famed Mexican guitar duo performs a unique fusion of flamenco, jazz and rock.G
8:30 pm 
Piaf: Her Story, Her Songs   Singer Raquel Bitton embodies French popular singer Edith Piaf (1915-1963) in this film that is part documentary-part stage performance. Britton sings songs made famous by Piaf in French, then steps back and tells Piaf's story in English. Archival photos illustrates Piaf's life of lucky breaks and tragedy, and the singer's friends and Bitton discuss her life over wine and food.G
10:00 pm 
Song of the Mountains   David Holt & the Lightning Bolts; The Roys. D
11:00 pm 
Great Performances  "Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy"  Joel Grey, the original Master of Ceremonies in Cabaret, narrates this exploration of the phenomenon that, during the 50-year period of its development, the majority of the songs of the Broadway musical were created by Jewish Americans. The film features interviews with creators of the musicals and includes performances by their stars.G
1:00 am 
Making Meaning In Literature: A Workshop for Teachers, Grades 6-8  "Workshop 2. Encouraging Discussion"  Introduced by Dr. Langer, this program concentrates on discussion and its importance in helping engaged readers go further in the text. The on–screen teachers talk about ways to encourage whole–class and small–group discussion, the importance of asking the right questions to provoke thoughtful discussion, and making the discussion inclusive, including both talkative and reticent students. Their discussion is punctuated by visits to their classrooms, where discussion flourishes. D
2:00 am 
Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science  "Session 6. Restless Landscapes"  If almost all mountains are formed the same way, why do they look so different? In this session, participants learn about the forces continually at work on the surface of the Earth that sculpt the ever-changing landscape. D
3:00 am 
Teaching Channel Presents  "Kindergarten Common Core"  Kindergarten Common Core: We're heading to kindergarten classrooms where many students are getting their very first exposure to the Common Core State Standards. Good foundations for math and literacy start here-but that doesn't mean the students aren't having fun!. D
4:00 am 
Habitable Planet, The  "Oceans"  Ocean systems operate on a range of scales, from massive systems such as El Ni�o that affects weather across the globe to tiny photosynthetic organisms near the ocean surface that take in large amounts of carbon dioxide. This program looks at how ocean systems regulate themselves and thus help maintain the planet's habitability.G
4:30 am 
Habitable Planet, The  "Ecosystems"  Scientists from the Smithsonian Center for Tropical Research document the astounding abundance of diversity in tropical rainforests to discover why so many species coexist that are competing for the same resources. In North America, the Yellowstone Wolf Reintroduction project explores why removing just one species dramatically changed the distribution of plants and animals up and down the food web. D
5:00 am 
Art of the Western World  "In Our Own Time"  Part I: The Abstract Expressionist movement established New York as a center for the visual arts. Works by Pollock, Warhol, Lichtenstein, and the sculptor Oldenburg are examined. Part II: With many of the rules tested and discarded, the art world has become international. D
6:00 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Butchering"  Fifth-generation New York City butcher Evan Lobel joins Martha for a master class on meat. Together, they teach viewers how to choose and cook the best cuts of meat, from tender to lean. Not only will this episode make you a better cook, but it will save you money as well. D
6:30 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Rice"  If you have rice in your pantry, you're well on your way to a great meal - something you have in common with home cooks around the globe. Martha offers a lesson on the world's most common grain, starting with a perfect pot of fluffy white rice that you can incorporate into a main course or serve as an accompaniment to a host of other dishes. From there, she'll show you her tried-and-true techniques for flavorful pilaf, risotto and Thai fried rice. D
7:00 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Steaming"  Steaming is one of the fastest and healthiest ways to cook - and it's not just for vegetables. In this lesson, Martha demonstrates a variety of steaming techniques and tools that allow you to make complete meals in just minutes. She'll show you how to cook chicken breasts in parchment paper for moist, flavorful meat, as well as how to clean and steam mussels. D
7:30 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Roasting"  This episode is devoted to roasting, a straightforward and adaptable technique that also works well for meat, fish and chicken. Martha's roast chicken showcases the benefits of this method, with a crisp exterior and moist interior. Because roasting so beautifully concentrates the flavors of the ingredients, it's also well suited to vegetables, and Martha includes a recipe for a delicious roasted root vegetable salad. D
8:00 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Braising"  Braising is a busy cook's best friend, and here's why: with little hands-on time and no special equipment, this "low-and-slow" method produces hearty, consistently flavorful main courses and side dishes that belie their ease. It's also a great way to cook lean, inexpensive cuts of meat. Martha shows you which cuts are ideal for braising and the best ways to cook them, sharing recipes for classic pot roast, braised cabbage with apples and pulled pork sandwiches. D
8:30 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Poaching"  Because poached meats are moist and tender yet still mild in flavor, they work well as the basis for numerous salads, soups and light suppers. They're also famously low in fat. Martha begins this lesson by showing how one of the most healthful and versatile preparations - simply poached chicken breast - can be incorporated into all-American chicken salad sandwiches as well as a Cobb salad. D
9:00 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Frying"  The best fried foods are golden brown on the outside and deliciously tender within - never greasy or soggy. Yet frying is a technique that can elude even the most ambitious home cook. In this episode, Martha offers lessons in how to deep-fry and pan-fry to perfection in your own kitchen. D
9:30 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Pan Searing"  In this episode, Martha demonstrates how to pan sear, a technique that produces consistently satisfying - and quick - meats and fish. Pan searing involves browning food quickly over high heat so it develops a nice crust and locks in the flavor and juiciness. Martha shares her technique for pan-seared scallops with lemon-caper sauce and offers recipes for crisp-skinned salmon filet, pan-seared steak with mustard-cream sauce and Muscovy duck breasts with port-wine reduction. D
10:00 am 
Pati's Mexican Table  "Puebla: Food from a Colonial Jewel"  Travel with Pati to the state of Puebla to see why it isn't just the site of the legendary Cinco de Mayo battle - it's also home to some of Mexico's most luscious, delectable culinary treats. Creamy Poblano Soup; Chicken Tinga; Glazed Santa Clara Cookies. D
10:30 am 
Simply Ming  "Joanne Chang & Pastry"  If you ever thought you couldn't bake because it requires precision, you are not alone. On this episode of SIMPLY MING, Ming shows how grasping one small but important rule can allow viewers to bake countless desserts with just a few ingredients in quantities you can eyeball. Joining Ming, fabulous Boston baker, Joanne Chang, proves you don't need recipes to make amazing desserts on the fly. D
11:00 am 
Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef  "Romantic Feast (Part 2)"  Next is the main course on Chef Keller's romantic dinner: a tender, succulent rack of lamb wrapped in a vegetable ragout and served with a mushroom polenta. Dessert is a decadent warm chocolate tart made with a dash of orange liqueur. Rack of Lamb Wrapped in Vegetable Ragout; Warm Chocolate Tart. D
11:30 am 
Lidia's Italy In America  "San Diego: Giant Squid, Milanese Style"  Lidia shares her memories of San Diego with viewers and heads out to do some more fishing with Esca's Dave Pasternack. Joined by Del Posto's Mark Ladner, Lidia makes a Giant Squid Milanese, Stuffed Mushrooms, and Spinach Salad. D
12:00 pm 
Engaging with Literature: A Workshop for Teachers, Grades 3-5  "Workshop 2. Looking at Literature"  The teachers in this video program talk about ways in which story affects their lives and the lives of their students. They move on to talk about selecting texts, considering age- and interest-appropriateness, text availability, and other issues. Classroom visits punctuate the discussion, showing practical ways to implement the suggestions the teachers discuss. D
1:00 pm 
Making Meaning In Literature: A Workshop for Teachers, Grades 6-8  "Workshop 2. Encouraging Discussion"  Introduced by Dr. Langer, this program concentrates on discussion and its importance in helping engaged readers go further in the text. The on–screen teachers talk about ways to encourage whole–class and small–group discussion, the importance of asking the right questions to provoke thoughtful discussion, and making the discussion inclusive, including both talkative and reticent students. Their discussion is punctuated by visits to their classrooms, where discussion flourishes. D
2:00 pm 
Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science  "Session 6. Restless Landscapes"  If almost all mountains are formed the same way, why do they look so different? In this session, participants learn about the forces continually at work on the surface of the Earth that sculpt the ever-changing landscape. D
3:00 pm 
Teaching Channel Presents  "Kindergarten Common Core"  Kindergarten Common Core: We're heading to kindergarten classrooms where many students are getting their very first exposure to the Common Core State Standards. Good foundations for math and literacy start here-but that doesn't mean the students aren't having fun!. D
4:00 pm 
Habitable Planet, The  "Oceans"  Ocean systems operate on a range of scales, from massive systems such as El Ni�o that affects weather across the globe to tiny photosynthetic organisms near the ocean surface that take in large amounts of carbon dioxide. This program looks at how ocean systems regulate themselves and thus help maintain the planet's habitability.G
4:30 pm 
Habitable Planet, The  "Ecosystems"  Scientists from the Smithsonian Center for Tropical Research document the astounding abundance of diversity in tropical rainforests to discover why so many species coexist that are competing for the same resources. In North America, the Yellowstone Wolf Reintroduction project explores why removing just one species dramatically changed the distribution of plants and animals up and down the food web. D
5:00 pm 
Art of the Western World  "In Our Own Time"  Part I: The Abstract Expressionist movement established New York as a center for the visual arts. Works by Pollock, Warhol, Lichtenstein, and the sculptor Oldenburg are examined. Part II: With many of the rules tested and discarded, the art world has become international. D
6:00 pm 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Butchering"  Fifth-generation New York City butcher Evan Lobel joins Martha for a master class on meat. Together, they teach viewers how to choose and cook the best cuts of meat, from tender to lean. Not only will this episode make you a better cook, but it will save you money as well. D
6:30 pm 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Rice"  If you have rice in your pantry, you're well on your way to a great meal - something you have in common with home cooks around the globe. Martha offers a lesson on the world's most common grain, starting with a perfect pot of fluffy white rice that you can incorporate into a main course or serve as an accompaniment to a host of other dishes. From there, she'll show you her tried-and-true techniques for flavorful pilaf, risotto and Thai fried rice. D
7:00 pm 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Steaming"  Steaming is one of the fastest and healthiest ways to cook - and it's not just for vegetables. In this lesson, Martha demonstrates a variety of steaming techniques and tools that allow you to make complete meals in just minutes. She'll show you how to cook chicken breasts in parchment paper for moist, flavorful meat, as well as how to clean and steam mussels. D
7:30 pm 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Roasting"  This episode is devoted to roasting, a straightforward and adaptable technique that also works well for meat, fish and chicken. Martha's roast chicken showcases the benefits of this method, with a crisp exterior and moist interior. Because roasting so beautifully concentrates the flavors of the ingredients, it's also well suited to vegetables, and Martha includes a recipe for a delicious roasted root vegetable salad. D
8:00 pm 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Braising"  Braising is a busy cook's best friend, and here's why: with little hands-on time and no special equipment, this "low-and-slow" method produces hearty, consistently flavorful main courses and side dishes that belie their ease. It's also a great way to cook lean, inexpensive cuts of meat. Martha shows you which cuts are ideal for braising and the best ways to cook them, sharing recipes for classic pot roast, braised cabbage with apples and pulled pork sandwiches. D
8:30 pm 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Poaching"  Because poached meats are moist and tender yet still mild in flavor, they work well as the basis for numerous salads, soups and light suppers. They're also famously low in fat. Martha begins this lesson by showing how one of the most healthful and versatile preparations - simply poached chicken breast - can be incorporated into all-American chicken salad sandwiches as well as a Cobb salad. D
9:00 pm 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Frying"  The best fried foods are golden brown on the outside and deliciously tender within - never greasy or soggy. Yet frying is a technique that can elude even the most ambitious home cook. In this episode, Martha offers lessons in how to deep-fry and pan-fry to perfection in your own kitchen. D
9:30 pm 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Pan Searing"  In this episode, Martha demonstrates how to pan sear, a technique that produces consistently satisfying - and quick - meats and fish. Pan searing involves browning food quickly over high heat so it develops a nice crust and locks in the flavor and juiciness. Martha shares her technique for pan-seared scallops with lemon-caper sauce and offers recipes for crisp-skinned salmon filet, pan-seared steak with mustard-cream sauce and Muscovy duck breasts with port-wine reduction. D
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Backyard Chicken Dinner"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to Grill-Smoked Chicken and serves it with Salt-Baked Potatoes. And finally, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his pick for the perfect cooler in the Equipment Corner. D
10:30 pm 
Simply Ming  "Joanne Chang & Pastry"  If you ever thought you couldn't bake because it requires precision, you are not alone. On this episode of SIMPLY MING, Ming shows how grasping one small but important rule can allow viewers to bake countless desserts with just a few ingredients in quantities you can eyeball. Joining Ming, fabulous Boston baker, Joanne Chang, proves you don't need recipes to make amazing desserts on the fly. D
11:00 pm 
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence  "Swimming Upstream"  Most people, including Joanne, absolutely adore salmon. She begins by nestling salmon rillete in endive, and then, with her student Jerry, bakes salmon in the ultimate symbol of love, a paper heart. Recipes: Smoked Salmon Rillete/Endive, Salmon and Spring Vegetables Baked in Paper, and Lemon Tarragon Rice. D
11:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Denmark: Beyond Copenhagen"  Rick visits Aarhus with its ruddy affluence, charming open-air museum and well-preserved ancient bog man. Roskilde is impressive with its royal burial church and the best Viking ship museum anywhere.G
1:00 am 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
2:00 am 
Nightly Business Report   It's one of the worst flu seasons in a decade. NBR's Erika Miller takes a look at how all those sick days could impact a company's bottom line.and the economy. D
2:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   Sally Field (actress) Pt. 1. D
3:00 am 
Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists   HUMBLE BEAUTY documents the ability of art to calm, inspire, ask questions or provide answers, and even help forge entirely new identities. The one-hour documentary follows a group of talented homeless and formerly homeless artists from the area of Los Angeles known as Skid Row, reportedly home to the largest concentration of indigent people in the United States. For four years, the filmmakers chronicled spontaneous moments from the artists' lives, captured intimate interviews and charted the evolution of their artwork. D
4:00 am 
4:30 am 
Washington Week   NULL
5:00 am 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   All Boys Club: President Obama is being criticized for leaving out women and persons of color in his first few Cabinet nominations for his second term. Women and Binge Drinking: A new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows one out of eight women are binge drinkers. Governor Maggie Hassan: The new governor of New Hampshire is leading the first state delegation with an all-women federal delegation. D
5:30 am 
Asian Voices  "Outlook 2013"  NULL
6:00 am 
Need to Know   MARIA HINOJOSA ANCHORS. With the ongoing discussion in Washington about revising the federal tax code, Need to Know profiles four New Jersey residents with dramatically different incomes to demonstrate how current tax regulations disproportionately benefit some Americans more than others. D
6:30 am 
7:00 am 
Egypt's Golden Empire  "The Warrior Pharaohs/Pharaohs of the Sun/The Last Great Pharaoh"  Egyptian rulers Ahmose, Hatshepsut, the first female Pharaoh, and Thutmosis III are exploredG
8:00 am 
Egypt's Golden Empire  "Pharaohs of the Sun"  By 1400 B.C. the Egyptian empire is in a golden age of wealth and power, led by Amenhotep III.G
9:00 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "2013 Economy Exclusive, Part 1"  Guest: Ed Hyman, Chairman and Founder, ISI Group. This week Consuelo Mack WealthTrack features Anchor and Managing Editor Consuelo Mack's annual television exclusive interview with "Financial Thought Leader" Ed Hyman, Wall Street's number one-ranked economist for an unprecedented 30 years running. Hyman gives his assessment of the U.S. D
9:30 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Prisons for Profit - Louisiana has the highest rate of incarceration of any state in the nation with one in every 86 adults behind bars. As Lucky Severson reports, to contain the costs of imprisoning so many individuals, the state has outsourced the operating of many prisons to local sheriffs and others who are given a per diem payment for each prisoner. Critics say one effect of this is to give sheriffs an incentive to expand their prison populations and keep their costs as low as possible. D
10:00 am 
Idaho Reports 2013   Host Greg Hahn, with a panel of news professionals, plus political analysts, examines the week's events at the Idaho Legislature.G
11:00 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
11:30 am 
Dialogue  "Annette Gordon-Reed: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  The historian speaks with host Marcia Franklin during the Sun Valley Writers' Conference. Gordon-Reed won the 2008 National Book Award and the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for her book on Thomas Jefferson and the Hemings slave family, which he owned.G
12:00 pm 
Need to Know   MARIA HINOJOSA ANCHORS. With the ongoing discussion in Washington about revising the federal tax code, Need to Know profiles four New Jersey residents with dramatically different incomes to demonstrate how current tax regulations disproportionately benefit some Americans more than others. D
12:30 pm 
1:00 pm 
Egypt's Golden Empire  "The Warrior Pharaohs/Pharaohs of the Sun/The Last Great Pharaoh"  Egyptian rulers Ahmose, Hatshepsut, the first female Pharaoh, and Thutmosis III are exploredG
2:00 pm 
Egypt's Golden Empire  "Pharaohs of the Sun"  By 1400 B.C. the Egyptian empire is in a golden age of wealth and power, led by Amenhotep III.G
3:00 pm 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   All Boys Club: President Obama is being criticized for leaving out women and persons of color in his first few Cabinet nominations for his second term. Women and Binge Drinking: A new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows one out of eight women are binge drinkers. Governor Maggie Hassan: The new governor of New Hampshire is leading the first state delegation with an all-women federal delegation. D
3:30 pm 
Asian Voices  "Outlook 2013"  NULL
4:00 pm 
European Journal  "Germany's Bounty of Green Energy Overloads The Power Grid"  Czech Republic/Germany: The Czech Republic on the Verge of a Blackout - European energy policy has become a highly-charged issue because the rapid expansion of green electricity in Germany is putting a strain on the power grid in neighboring countries. Twenty percent of the electricity in Germany is generated from sustainable resources. Much of this is generated by wind farms in northern Germany and consumed in the southern part of the country. D
4:30 pm 
Linkasia   NULL
5:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "Paul Krugman On Why Jobs Come First"  Our current obsession with slashing the deficit is getting in the way of real work that needs to be done to preserve both our economy and our democracy. It's all about jobs, says Paul Krugman, who joins Bill Moyers on the next Moyers & Company (check local listings). The Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist explains why our top priority should be getting America back to work - if only Congress and the President would stop throwing distractions in the way. D
6:00 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
6:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Annette Gordon-Reed: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  The historian speaks with host Marcia Franklin during the Sun Valley Writers' Conference. Gordon-Reed won the 2008 National Book Award and the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for her book on Thomas Jefferson and the Hemings slave family, which he owned.G
7:00 pm 
Need to Know   MARIA HINOJOSA ANCHORS. With the ongoing discussion in Washington about revising the federal tax code, Need to Know profiles four New Jersey residents with dramatically different incomes to demonstrate how current tax regulations disproportionately benefit some Americans more than others. D
7:30 pm 
8:00 pm 
Egypt's Golden Empire  "The Warrior Pharaohs/Pharaohs of the Sun/The Last Great Pharaoh"  Egyptian rulers Ahmose, Hatshepsut, the first female Pharaoh, and Thutmosis III are exploredG
9:00 pm 
Egypt's Golden Empire  "Pharaohs of the Sun"  By 1400 B.C. the Egyptian empire is in a golden age of wealth and power, led by Amenhotep III.G
10:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "Paul Krugman On Why Jobs Come First"  Our current obsession with slashing the deficit is getting in the way of real work that needs to be done to preserve both our economy and our democracy. It's all about jobs, says Paul Krugman, who joins Bill Moyers on the next Moyers & Company (check local listings). The Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist explains why our top priority should be getting America back to work - if only Congress and the President would stop throwing distractions in the way. D
11:00 pm 
Linkasia   NULL
11:30 pm 
Washington Week   NULL

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