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February 15, 2012
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12:00 am 
BBC World News   NULL
12:30 am 
NHK Newsline   NULL
1:00 am 
Slavery By Another Name   Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book of the same name by Douglas A. Blackmon, this film explores the post-Emancipation era and the labor practices and laws that effectively create a new form of slavery in the South, which persists well into the 20th century. This "neoslavery" sentences African-Americans to forced labor for violating an array of laws that criminalized every day behavior. Actor Laurence Fishburne narrates.G
2:30 am 
Not In Our Town: Class Actions   The program, part of an intermittent series on human rights, profiles students and community members who are creating change in the wake of racism, anti-Semitism, and the traumatic consequences of bullying.G
3:00 am 
Seneca Falls   Directed by Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Louise Vance, "Seneca Falls" is a fresh and inspiring journey of discovery with nine diverse teenage girls bound for the birthplace of women's rights in America. A stunning history lesson wrapped inside a teenage road trip, the documentary is, above all, an awakening of young hearts and minds. "Seneca Falls" breathes life and relevance into a revolutionary act barely mentioned in history books: America's first women's rights convention, held in Seneca Falls, New York in 1848. D
4:00 am 
Mechanical Universe And Beyond, The  "Electric Circuits"  The work of Wheatstone, Ohm, and Kirchhoff leads to the design and analysis of how current flows. D
4:30 am 
Economics U$A  "U.S. Economic Growth"  This episode documents the GNP's greatest achievements and failures since its introduction in the 1930s. D
5:00 am 
BBC World News   NULL
5:30 am 
French In Action  "Bills of Fare III"  In a restaurant, a young couple order Sunday dinner. Robert, seated nearby, notices the woman is a blonde, and thinks she may be Mireille, but he can't tell.G
6:00 am 
Classical Stretch: The Esmonde Technique  "Strengthen Your Bones"  NULL
6:30 am 
Clifford The Big Red Dog  "That's Snow Lie/A Friend In Need"  THAT'S SNOW LIE - Clifford's Big Idea: Believe in Yourself Cleo pretends to hurt her paw so she won't have to embarrass herself on the ice rink A FRIEND IN NEED - Clifford's Big Idea: Be a Good Friend Jetta insists on taking on a big job without help so she can be a " hero.". D
7:00 am 
Arthur  "When Carl Met George/D.W. Swims with the Fishes"  When Carl Met George - George is excited about spending time with his new friend, Carl, who seems to know all kind of cool facts about trains and about. well lots of things! Then George learns that Carl has Asperger's Syndrome - a form of autism that makes Carl see the world differently than most people. Can George and Carl remain good friends - and perhaps even learn from each other? DW Swims with the Fishes - D.W. D
7:30 am 
Martha Speaks  "Martha Plays Favorites/Martha and the Doggie Lover"  Martha Plays Favorites - Truman is worried that his mom doesn't think he's special anymore. She's too busy taking care of the babies at her daycare. Martha knows just how he feels. D
8:00 am 
Curious George  "George and the Giant Thumb/Shutter Monkey"  George and the Giant Thumb - A bored George and Allie decide to make a ginormous sculpture of Bill's sprained thumb. The duo quickly run out of clay and turn to less conventional art supplies. Peanut butter proves too sticky and shaving cream too drippy, so George and Allie use mud to finish their masterpiece. D
8:30 am 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Secret Super Digger/Pucker Up and Blow"  Secret Super Digger - Sally is trying to grow a flower for her mom, but it just won't grow. Time to see Finola! At Finola's Farm, she introduces Cat, Sally and Nick to her secret super digger - Diggery the earthworm. Diggery shows them how plant roots need water air and compost, which Diggery helps to make. D
9:00 am 
Super Why!  "Jasper's Cowboy Wish"  Howdy Partner! Whyatt and his friends are playing cowboys, but Pig can't join in because he doesn't know what cowboys do. The super readers jump into the tale Jasper's Cowboy Wish and make the acquaintance of a cowpoke named Jasper who's desperate to become a rompin' stompin' cowboy if only he could get the hang of it! When Jasper must use his cowboy skills to save the day, will he be a hero. . D
9:30 am 
Dinosaur Train  "Great Big Stomping Dinosaur Feet!/Hornucopia"  Great Big Stomping Dinosaur Feet! - Tiny is very worried after she loses Shiny's favorite shiny shell, and enlists Dad and Buddy to help find a new one. As Tiny becomes more frantic, she begins stomping with frustration. Then the kids meet Daphne, a Daspletosaurus kid who shows them how to make stomping a fun dance instead of a temper tantrum. D
10:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Observe, Record, Annoy"  Oscar is taking a computer class in Grouchology where the golden rule is to observe, record, and annoy. The first question that he must investigate is "What do worms like to squirm on best?" Professor Messla tells him he must set up an experiment where he observes (watches closely and carefully), records (writes down what he discovers), and annoy someone while he is doing it. Oscar heads over to Hooper's where he pours coffee grinds and olive oil all over Alan's nice clean counter. D
11:00 am 
Sid The Science Kid  "The Dirt On Dirt"  In an Earth Day themed episode, Sid wants to know what makes dirt so dirty? At school, Sid and his friends discover that dirt is really important to the Earth because it helps things grow, and it's also filled with tiny rocks, pieces of leaves, and even living things like bugs and worms!. D
11:30 am 
WordWorld  "Duck at Bat/You Can Never Have Too Many OO's"  Duck loses the letter B to his baseball bat just before the big game is supposed to start. When the two letter O's in Monkey's roof blow away in the wind, it's up to Duck to hunt down the /oo/ sound and fix the roof before it rains.G
12:00 pm 
Caillou  "Caillou to the Rescue"  Caillou Helps Out - Rosie is teething and just can't seem to fall asleep, so big brother Caillou decides to help. He sings her a song and finds her favourite bunny, but it isn't until he tells her a very imaginative bedtime story that she finally drifts off into the land of dreams. Caillou the Firefighter - The Fire chief visits Caillou's playschool to teach the children about fire drills. D
12:30 pm 
Barney & Friends  "Venice, Anyone?: Italy"  Emma can't play with her friends because she has to complete a school project about her family. Before you know it, Barney brings Emma on a trip to Venice to learn more about her great granddad. While there, the kids learn about the culture and geography. D
1:00 pm 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Secret Super Digger/Pucker Up and Blow"  Secret Super Digger - Sally is trying to grow a flower for her mom, but it just won't grow. Time to see Finola! At Finola's Farm, she introduces Cat, Sally and Nick to her secret super digger - Diggery the earthworm. Diggery shows them how plant roots need water air and compost, which Diggery helps to make. D
1:30 pm 
Zoboomafoo  "Eye Spy"  The show uses a clay animation fantasy world of Zabooland and the live-action outpost Animal Junction, where the Kratt Brothers and Zoboomafoo come together to explore world of animals and teach children how to make friends with them.G
2:00 pm 
Curious George  "George and the Giant Thumb/Shutter Monkey"  George and the Giant Thumb - A bored George and Allie decide to make a ginormous sculpture of Bill's sprained thumb. The duo quickly run out of clay and turn to less conventional art supplies. Peanut butter proves too sticky and shaving cream too drippy, so George and Allie use mud to finish their masterpiece. D
2:30 pm 
Martha Speaks  "Martha Plays Favorites/Martha and the Doggie Lover"  Martha Plays Favorites - Truman is worried that his mom doesn't think he's special anymore. She's too busy taking care of the babies at her daycare. Martha knows just how he feels. D
3:00 pm 
The Electric Company  "Pies for Puppies"  It's the Pies for Puppies charity bake sale, and Jessica, Danny Rebus and others are competing to sell the most pies and become the "puppy hero." But someone has taken all of Jessica's pies! The Electric Company discovers that Danny Rebus is trying to cheat his way to victory, and it is up to them to put a stop to it. D
3:30 pm 
WordGirl  "Who Wants Candy?/Chuck's Brother"  Who Wants Candy? - On a field trip to the local candy factory, The Birthday Girl goes on a candy eating spree. WordGirl must find a way to save the city's candy and win back her best friend and field trip buddy, Violet. Vocabulary Words: Awestruck, Mastermind. D
4:00 pm 
Wild Kratts  "Build It Beaver"  The Wild Kratts team must lend a hand to help a beaver rebuild its damaged lodge and restore the ecosystem for all the creatures who live there. Science Concepts: Beavers make dams that block the flow of water down a stream. Through building dams, the beaver single-handedly transforms the landscape, creating homes for a variety of wildlife. D
4:30 pm 
Cyberchase  "Be Reasonable"  Hacker returns to the Cybrary to wreak revenge on Ms. Fileshare and the kids. His crafty plan tricks the kids to try to rescue Ms. Fileshare, only to find themselves all trapped! If the CyberSquad doesn't escape in time, Hacker will steal the Cybrary's most valuable books - all about the most secret inner-workings of Motherboard!. D
5:00 pm 
Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman  "Ruff's Just Fueling Around"  Blossom has organized her own FETCH challenge: Two teams of FETCHers will compete in a 50-mile race, and the team that emits the least amount of CO2 wins. Unfortunately, neither Ruff nor Blossom can enjoy the race because they're handcuffed to each other for the entire episode! But will they be bound (just like Carbon and Oxygen) forever?. D
5:30 pm 
Nightly Business Report   The Federal Reserve may be buying up more U.S. debt in hopes of boosting economic recovery. The man that may be China's next leader is visiting America. D
5:56 pm 
NewsHour Promo   NULL
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
6:57 pm 
7:00 pm 
Nature  "The Himalayas"  Despite their forbidding appearance, the mountains, which are considered sacred, are rich with a surprising array of plants and animals. Snow leopards, red pandas, Asiatic black bears, musk deer, snub-nosed monkeys, Tibetan foxes and high-flying birds populate the heights. Great valleys draw warm wet air in from the tropics, creating rainforests at 8,000 feet, each one a tropical paradise like the long-sought Shangri-la.G
8:00 pm 
NOVA  "Extreme Cave Diving"  Cave diver and environmental anthropologist Kenny Broad heads an interdisciplinary team of climatologists, paleontologists and anthropologists into underwater caves, or blue holes, formed during the last ice age. Broad is investigating the hidden history of Earth's climate as revealed by finds in this "alternate universe."G
9:00 pm 
Cave People of the Himalaya   Everest climber Pete Athans belays archaeologist Mark Aldenerfer down an 800-foot-cliff to a cave 700 feet down from the top. The two of them are on a mission in the world's highest mountains to find ancient mummies and uncover secrets hidden thousands of years in these cliff-top graves.G
10:00 pm 
Ashes to Ashes   A dead body in a warehouse and a code on a piece of paper lead Alex, Gene and other investigators to a feminist socialist group, which has a link to the dead woman and a secret nuclear weapons program. Things get murkier when Alex's mother, Caroline, is drawn into the investigation.G
11:00 pm 
Charlie Rose   NULL
12:00 am 
Scientific American Frontiers  "The Bionic Body"  This episode is about re-engineering the human body, and includes stories on artificial nerve stimulation for paralysis victims using implanted electrodes, and on implants of silicon chips in the retina. Host Alan Alda has a moving conversation with Christopher Reeve, while visiting Reeve at home to discuss his advocacy of increased research in this field. D
1:00 am 
History of Science  "What Is Out There?"  Michael Mosley, science presenter for the BBC, begins the miniseries with the story of one of the great upheavals in human history - the understanding that the Earth is not the center of the cosmos, but one of billions of bodies in a vast and expanding universe. Part 1 of 6G
2:00 am 
Our Vanishing Past   Neglect, abandonment or encroaching development threaten many historic places. And each passing year claims more factories, old neighborhoods and favorite downtown stores, depriving future generations of the chance to experience history firsthand. OUR VANISHING PAST examines the important relationship between people and their architectural heritage, by focusing on New Jersey's struggle to retain its historical landmarks, including Wildwood, New Jersey's "Doo Wop" motels, Revolutionary War-era structures and safe houses on the Underground Railroad. D
3:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Flying Idaho"  To fly in Idaho is to experience a view that is constantly changing. In fact, there's nothing quite like it in the lower 48. From the first plane to fly in Idaho, the Curtiss Pusher, to the modern marvels of today, we explore what pilots call a three dimensional experience, in a state that treasures its aviators and its aviation history.G
3:30 am 
Dialogue  "Technology Task Force"  Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guests Rep. Reed DeMordaunt, R-Eagle, and Instructional Integration Sub Committee Chair Aaron McKinnon will look at how Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna's Students Come First Technology Task Force recommendations will impact how educators teach and how students learn.G
4:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Letter R Mystery"  Detective Alfie Betts is on vacation at Sesame Street and is enjoying a plate of raisin raspberry ravioli when Telly rushes in very upset because his robot and remote are missing. Then Leela enters looking for her rake and roses. When the raisin raspberry ravioli disappears, too, Detective Alfie Betts decides it's time to investigate to find out why things keep going missing. D
5:00 am 
Sid The Science Kid  "Home Tweet Home"  Sid wonders why there aren't any birds living in the birdhouse he built with his Dad? Sid and his friends discover that lots of animals build and live in their own homes, like beehives, anthills, and bird nests!. D
5:30 am 
Martha Speaks  "Martha Plays Favorites/Martha and the Doggie Lover"  Martha Plays Favorites - Truman is worried that his mom doesn't think he's special anymore. She's too busy taking care of the babies at her daycare. Martha knows just how he feels. D
6:00 am 
Austin City Limits  "Jimmy Cliff"  The reggae legend opens the 36th season of the musical series by performing his hits and new songs from his album Existence.G
7:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe Classics  "Israel"  Rick visits Jerusalem, home to ancient holy sites of Jews, Christians, Muslims and Armenians. He also travels to the Dead Sea, Bethlehem, Jericho and the desert mountain fortress of Masada.G
7:30 am 
Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa  "Europe's Getaways"  Rudy visits country windmills in Holland and Mittenwald in the Bavarian Alps before cruising the Danube in Austria.G
8:00 am 
The Desert Speaks  "People Locked In Time: The Atacama Desert"  NULL
8:30 am 
Chef John Besh's New Orleans   Crab Maison, Chicken and Dumplings, and Peach Upside-Down Cake. D
9:00 am 
America's Heartland   An Oregon dairy's community outreach delivers more than milk; A sheep shearing class in Tennessee is definitely "Hands On"; A cookbook author encourages consumers to support farmers; "Ask a Farmer" explains why horses are measured in "hands". D
9:30 am 
Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends  "Ratatouille, Tomato Sauce & Pasta"  Nick welcomes Chef Maria Hines of Tilth in Seattle. Chef Hines demonstrates Eggplant Ratatouille with Lemon Marinated Chicken Breast. Stellino teaches you to make Tomato Sauce and then use the sauce in Pasta with Braised sausages and Parmesan Ricotta. D
10:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Sweet Endings"  Host Christopher Kimball is in for a treat when test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the test kitchen's secrets to the ultimate Chewy Sugar Cookies. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews innovative mixing bowls to find out if any of them live up to the hype. And finally, test cook Yvonne Ruperti shows Chris how to make a foolproof Berry Fool at home. D
10:30 am 
Around The House with Matt and Shari  "What's My Style?"  Matt and Shari tackle the basics of decorating and home projects. They start with a basic lesson in decorating styles and how to create your own style. Then, Matt shows how to build your own work bench. D
11:00 am 
Song of the Mountains   Anderson & Strickland; Randy Waller; Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice. D
12:00 pm 
Sesame Street  "Observe, Record, Annoy"  Oscar is taking a computer class in Grouchology where the golden rule is to observe, record, and annoy. The first question that he must investigate is "What do worms like to squirm on best?" Professor Messla tells him he must set up an experiment where he observes (watches closely and carefully), records (writes down what he discovers), and annoy someone while he is doing it. Oscar heads over to Hooper's where he pours coffee grinds and olive oil all over Alan's nice clean counter. D
1:00 pm 
Dinosaur Train  "Great Big Stomping Dinosaur Feet!/Hornucopia"  Great Big Stomping Dinosaur Feet! - Tiny is very worried after she loses Shiny's favorite shiny shell, and enlists Dad and Buddy to help find a new one. As Tiny becomes more frantic, she begins stomping with frustration. Then the kids meet Daphne, a Daspletosaurus kid who shows them how to make stomping a fun dance instead of a temper tantrum. D
1:30 pm 
Super Why!  "Webby In Bathland"  Red is practicing her soccer moves and kicking up dirt, when Grandma tells her it's time for lunch. Red gives her hands a quick rinse and gets ready to chow down, but Grandma says her hands aren't clean. The super readers zoom into the story Webby in Bathland and help a brave little penguin save his beloved town from the evil Squirmy Germies who are fighting down and dirty! Red finds out it takes more than water to wash away germs Educational Objectives: To learn about good hygiene. D
2:00 pm 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Secret Super Digger/Pucker Up and Blow"  Secret Super Digger - Sally is trying to grow a flower for her mom, but it just won't grow. Time to see Finola! At Finola's Farm, she introduces Cat, Sally and Nick to her secret super digger - Diggery the earthworm. Diggery shows them how plant roots need water air and compost, which Diggery helps to make. D
2:30 pm 
Wild Kratts  "Masked Bandits"  As they prepare for a creature costume party, the Wild Kratts team begins to notice all sorts of strange things happening in the Tortuga HQ. Jimmy is sure there is a ghost or monster living with them, but the Kratt brothers are convinced it's some kind of creature. When the gang sets out to discover who is causing all the trouble, they discover that certain animals gravitate towards human habitation because it provides food and protection from predators. D
3:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Flying Idaho"  To fly in Idaho is to experience a view that is constantly changing. In fact, there's nothing quite like it in the lower 48. From the first plane to fly in Idaho, the Curtiss Pusher, to the modern marvels of today, we explore what pilots call a three dimensional experience, in a state that treasures its aviators and its aviation history.G
3:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Technology Task Force"  Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guests Rep. Reed DeMordaunt, R-Eagle, and Instructional Integration Sub Committee Chair Aaron McKinnon will look at how Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna's Students Come First Technology Task Force recommendations will impact how educators teach and how students learn.G
4:00 pm 
The Desert Speaks  "Living Traditions of the Tohono O'Odham"  The Tohono O'Odham ("Desert People") live on the second-largest reservation in the United States, located southwest of Tucson, Arizona and share hundreds of miles with the Mexico border, across which some still live. Although many O'Odham live off the reservation and don't grow traditional crops, among the older members their language is still very much alive, as are many of the cultural traditions and beliefs. Learn how a concerned group of tribal members knowledgeable in these traditions are taking an active part in passing down practices of saguaro fruit harvesting and basket weaving to their children and grandchildren. D
4:30 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Flying Idaho"  To fly in Idaho is to experience a view that is constantly changing. In fact, there's nothing quite like it in the lower 48. From the first plane to fly in Idaho, the Curtiss Pusher, to the modern marvels of today, we explore what pilots call a three dimensional experience, in a state that treasures its aviators and its aviation history.G
5:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
6:00 pm 
Lark Rise to Candleford   This final episode of the series, finds Caroline Arless (Dawn French) out of debtor's prison and returning to Lark Rise, to the consternation of her family; Alf especially feels he must continue to put his life on hold to protect his younger siblings. Gabriel finishes work on his steam-powered seed planter, and farmers are soon clamoring to buy his invention. Dorcas fears the machine's success might take Gabriel away from Candleford.G
7:01 pm 
William and Mary   It is Brendan's 18th birthday and the family prepares a house party to celebrate. William is keen to finally meet Kate's new boyfriend.G
8:00 pm 
Masterpiece Classic  "Downton Abbey (S2 E6)"  The Spanish flu strikes Downton, disrupting one match, hastening another and transforming the fortunes of all. Mary, Sybil and Robert each confront a moment of truth. Anna and Bates know a moment of happiness. Part 6 of 7G
10:00 pm 
MI-5   In order to save Britain from financial bankruptcy, Section D must retrieve billions in illegal earnings from the impenetrable DeWits bank. An employee of the bank has been undercover for MI5, secretly recording account details. But now assassins break into the safehouse, the asset disappears and appears to be attempting to make an independent deal with the bank.G
11:01 pm 
Lark Rise to Candleford   This final episode of the series, finds Caroline Arless (Dawn French) out of debtor's prison and returning to Lark Rise, to the consternation of her family; Alf especially feels he must continue to put his life on hold to protect his younger siblings. Gabriel finishes work on his steam-powered seed planter, and farmers are soon clamoring to buy his invention. Dorcas fears the machine's success might take Gabriel away from Candleford.G
12:00 am 
Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop In American Literature  "Workshop 5. Domestic Architecture"  Furniture placement and interior design are two of many aspects of domestic architecture that relay information about social attitudes and norms of behavior. This session explores what these interior spaces reveal about the cultural setting and period of a literary text. D
1:00 am 
French In Action  "Portraits II"  Robert is slim, well-built, athletic and maybe just a bit less quick than Mireille. What will happen when these two meet?G
1:30 am 
French In Action  "Genealogy"  An impromptu visit to the family's country house, where we meet many of Mireille's relatives, including a 10-year old sister who has a mind of her own.G
2:00 am 
Western Tradition  "The Age of Absolutism"  Exhausted by war and civil strife, many Europeans surrender liberty for the sake of peace and order.G
2:30 am 
Western Tradition  "Absolutism and the Social Contract"  England develops an ideal that governments exist to protect the rights of the governed.G
3:00 am 
Human Condition  "What You Don't Know"  This episode identifies the linkages between environmental pollution and illnesses in communities, and discusses the impact of pollution on quality of life through a series of case studies and discusses OSHA's role in workplace protection, and offers ideas for ensuring the safe use of chemicals in the home.G
3:30 am 
Human Condition  "Food for Thought"  This episode measures the health cost of nutritional illiteracy by looking at the critical elements of good nutrition, factors that influence eating habits, and the impact that being well-informed can have on individual nutritional decisions.G
4:00 am 
Saddle Club  "Trail Ride - Part I"  Max leads an overnight ride for the three friends and others from the stable. Veronica wants the landowner's son, Phil, to notice her and rides off into disaster. Part 1 of 2G
4:30 am 
Biz Kid$  "A Closer Look at Financial Careers"  When is a job more than a job? The Biz Kids look at what it takes to find your true calling. You'll learn ways to start exploring careers. The kids talk to several celebrities and find out how they got their start and how they keep achieving their dreams. D
5:00 am 
Growing a Greener World  "Phipps Conservatory - The Greenest Conservatory in the World"  Pittsburgh, PA. - Over 100 years ago, wealthy businessman Henry Phipps built the Phipps Conservatory as a gift to the city of Pittsburg at the height of our nation's industrial revolution. Today Phipps has become a model for public gardens and conservatories around the world for sustainable building practices, energy conservation and eco-friendly methods. D
5:30 am 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Plants - True Plants - Trees and Bushes"  Some of the most familiar plants are trees and bushes. Trees are a woody plant with a distinct main stem, or trunk. At maturity, trees are usually the tallest of plants, and their height and single main stem are what make them different from shrubs which are shorter and have many stems. D
6:00 am 
Chef John Besh's New Orleans   Gnocchi with Crab and Truffle and Char-grilled Redfish with Corn and Ginger Salad. D
6:30 am 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Cooking Ahead"  Many recipes that involve tough cuts of meat and slow cooking do not require much of your time. These same recipes taste better the next day and freeze beautifully, so why not stockpile them on a Sunday to be enjoyed later on in the week? Sara's incredibly tender Braised Short Ribs are served with Oven Baked Polenta and a creamy horseradish sauce. An easy and elegant Duck Confit cooks away in the oven. D
7:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Scotland's Islands and Highlands"  Rick tosses a caber (log) at a Scottish clan gathering, remembers Highland massacres and takes a ferry to Iona.G
7:30 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
8:00 am 
GardenSMART   Welcome fall, when insects and pollen are just a memory. Cool air not only coaxes us outdoors it makes it the best time for planting trees, shrubs, bulbs, and perennials. With no leaves to support, the roots of new plantings can go about their business of sinking deep into the earth. D
8:30 am 
Ask This Old House  "Installing a Recirculation Pump; Lining a Fireplace Chimney"  Plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey installs a recirculation pump to provide hot water quickly to a bathroom. Then, general contractor Tom Silva shares a tip for fixing the handle on a casement window. Afterward, Tom, Richard, host Kevin O'Connor and landscape contractor Roger Cook ask, "What is it?" Kevin travels to Dallas to help a homeowner line her fireplace chimney. D
9:00 am 
For Your Home  "Trim & Surfaces, Part 3"  Vicki discusses new paperless drywall. Working with natural elements, architectural details include matching stained mantle and beams and custom stove hood. D
9:30 am 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Best of What Women Love"  A special "Best of Katie Brown" episode celebrates women. In the kitchen, Katie whips up some light and tasty treats. Then, the Workshop crew makes a chic remnant tablecloth and an ornate teacup candelabra planter. D
10:00 am 
Knit and Crochet Now!  "Pampered Pets"  Today we show you how to pamper your pets with Drew's crochet plaid dog bed and Kristin demonstrates a super cute cat nip toy. Interview with Pauline Wall. D
10:30 am 
Donna Dewberry Show  "Beautifully Organized"  Donna paints roses on graduated trunks that can help organize a home office. Then, she shows how to make a matching memo board.G
11:00 am 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Roast Beef Dinner"  Chris visits the local butcher to learn about top sirloin. Then, Bridget shows Chris how to make affordable Roast Beef and Whipped Potatoes. Next, Chris shares the test kitchen's tips and techniques for cooking with salt. D
11:30 am 
Lidia's Italy In America  "Eastern Seaboard: A Shell of a Good Time"  NULL
12:00 pm 
Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop In American Literature  "Workshop 5. Domestic Architecture"  Furniture placement and interior design are two of many aspects of domestic architecture that relay information about social attitudes and norms of behavior. This session explores what these interior spaces reveal about the cultural setting and period of a literary text. D
1:00 pm 
French In Action  "Portraits II"  Robert is slim, well-built, athletic and maybe just a bit less quick than Mireille. What will happen when these two meet?G
1:30 pm 
French In Action  "Genealogy"  An impromptu visit to the family's country house, where we meet many of Mireille's relatives, including a 10-year old sister who has a mind of her own.G
2:00 pm 
Western Tradition  "The Death of the Old Regime"  In France, the old order collapses under the attacks of revolutionists and the burden of its own weaknesses.G
2:30 pm 
Western Tradition  "The French Revolution"  Liberty, fraternity, equality - must they be won by total war and revolutionary terror?G
3:00 pm 
Human Condition  "What You Don't Know"  This episode identifies the linkages between environmental pollution and illnesses in communities, and discusses the impact of pollution on quality of life through a series of case studies and discusses OSHA's role in workplace protection, and offers ideas for ensuring the safe use of chemicals in the home.G
3:30 pm 
Human Condition  "Food for Thought"  This episode measures the health cost of nutritional illiteracy by looking at the critical elements of good nutrition, factors that influence eating habits, and the impact that being well-informed can have on individual nutritional decisions.G
4:00 pm 
Saddle Club  "Trail Ride - Part I"  Max leads an overnight ride for the three friends and others from the stable. Veronica wants the landowner's son, Phil, to notice her and rides off into disaster. Part 1 of 2G
4:30 pm 
Biz Kid$  "A Closer Look at Financial Careers"  When is a job more than a job? The Biz Kids look at what it takes to find your true calling. You'll learn ways to start exploring careers. The kids talk to several celebrities and find out how they got their start and how they keep achieving their dreams. D
5:00 pm 
Growing a Greener World  "Phipps Conservatory - The Greenest Conservatory in the World"  Pittsburgh, PA. - Over 100 years ago, wealthy businessman Henry Phipps built the Phipps Conservatory as a gift to the city of Pittsburg at the height of our nation's industrial revolution. Today Phipps has become a model for public gardens and conservatories around the world for sustainable building practices, energy conservation and eco-friendly methods. D
5:30 pm 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Plants - True Plants - Trees and Bushes"  Some of the most familiar plants are trees and bushes. Trees are a woody plant with a distinct main stem, or trunk. At maturity, trees are usually the tallest of plants, and their height and single main stem are what make them different from shrubs which are shorter and have many stems. D
6:00 pm 
Chef John Besh's New Orleans   Gnocchi with Crab and Truffle and Char-grilled Redfish with Corn and Ginger Salad. D
6:30 pm 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Cooking Ahead"  Many recipes that involve tough cuts of meat and slow cooking do not require much of your time. These same recipes taste better the next day and freeze beautifully, so why not stockpile them on a Sunday to be enjoyed later on in the week? Sara's incredibly tender Braised Short Ribs are served with Oven Baked Polenta and a creamy horseradish sauce. An easy and elegant Duck Confit cooks away in the oven. D
7:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Scotland's Islands and Highlands"  Rick tosses a caber (log) at a Scottish clan gathering, remembers Highland massacres and takes a ferry to Iona.G
7:30 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
8:00 pm 
GardenSMART   Welcome fall, when insects and pollen are just a memory. Cool air not only coaxes us outdoors it makes it the best time for planting trees, shrubs, bulbs, and perennials. With no leaves to support, the roots of new plantings can go about their business of sinking deep into the earth. D
8:30 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Installing a Recirculation Pump; Lining a Fireplace Chimney"  Plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey installs a recirculation pump to provide hot water quickly to a bathroom. Then, general contractor Tom Silva shares a tip for fixing the handle on a casement window. Afterward, Tom, Richard, host Kevin O'Connor and landscape contractor Roger Cook ask, "What is it?" Kevin travels to Dallas to help a homeowner line her fireplace chimney. D
9:00 pm 
For Your Home  "Trim & Surfaces, Part 3"  Vicki discusses new paperless drywall. Working with natural elements, architectural details include matching stained mantle and beams and custom stove hood. D
9:30 pm 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Best of What Women Love"  A special "Best of Katie Brown" episode celebrates women. In the kitchen, Katie whips up some light and tasty treats. Then, the Workshop crew makes a chic remnant tablecloth and an ornate teacup candelabra planter. D
10:00 pm 
Knit and Crochet Now!  "Pampered Pets"  Today we show you how to pamper your pets with Drew's crochet plaid dog bed and Kristin demonstrates a super cute cat nip toy. Interview with Pauline Wall. D
10:30 pm 
Donna Dewberry Show  "Beautifully Organized"  Donna paints roses on graduated trunks that can help organize a home office. Then, she shows how to make a matching memo board.G
11:00 pm 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Roast Beef Dinner"  Chris visits the local butcher to learn about top sirloin. Then, Bridget shows Chris how to make affordable Roast Beef and Whipped Potatoes. Next, Chris shares the test kitchen's tips and techniques for cooking with salt. D
11:30 pm 
Lidia's Italy In America  "Eastern Seaboard: A Shell of a Good Time"  NULL
12:00 am 
Faces of America  "Becoming American"  This episode explores the "Century of Immigration" (1820s-1924) as the United States transforms from an agrarian country to industrial power. Stephen Colbert's Irish great-great-grandfather escapes from poverty and religious oppression. Mario Batali's great grandfather leaves his family's home of centuries to struggle in the quartz mines of Montana. Queen Noor's Syrian great-grandfather find his footing in New York's first Arab-American community, while Kristi Yamaguchi's grandfather faces exclusionary laws and racially defined barriers. Part 3 of 4.G
1:00 am 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
2:00 am 
2:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   Thomas Edsall (New York Times columnist/author). D
3:00 am 
Leonardo's Dream Machines   Experts use Leonardo da Vinci s drawings to attempt to build a giant crossbow and flying machine, 500 years after he committed the ideas to paper. The two teams use materials found in Leonardo s time and overcome inclinations to apply modern techniques. Part 1 and 2 of 2G
4:00 am 
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange  "Calypso Rose: The Lioness of the Jungle"  Calypso Rose, the ambassador of Caribbean music, is a living legend, a charismatic character and the uncontested diva of calypso. Cameras follow Rose from Paris to her native Tobago, then to New York where she lives, and back to her ancestral homeland, Africa. Each place reveals another face and facet of the complex woman behind the public persona. D
5:00 am 
5:30 am 
6:00 am 
Frontline  "The Interrupters"  Director Steve James (Hoop Dreams, Stevie) follows the inner workings of CeaseFire and the former gang members who have become the interrupters. The innovative program in Chicago is designed to prevent shootings in a city where 37 people were shot in one weekend during 2008. The interrupters report weekly on the simmering disputes and the senseless shootings in their neighborhoods; their goal is to stop the violence before it happens.G
8:00 am 
Pact   Inspired by The New York Times bestseller, THE PACT centers on the gritty and provocative true-life story of three African-American friends from Newark, New Jersey, who overcame poverty, criminal records and drug-addicted parents in their quest for a medical degree. This was no easy feat considering 50% of students in their school dropped out before the 9th grade. Today, physicians Sampson Davis and Rameck Hunt, and dentist George Jenkins, share their success stories in the hopes of motivating inner-city kids to avoid gangs and drugs and lift themselves out of poverty through education. D
9:00 am 
Democracy Now!   NULL
10:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Flying Idaho"  To fly in Idaho is to experience a view that is constantly changing. In fact, there's nothing quite like it in the lower 48. From the first plane to fly in Idaho, the Curtiss Pusher, to the modern marvels of today, we explore what pilots call a three dimensional experience, in a state that treasures its aviators and its aviation history.G
10:30 am 
Dialogue  "Technology Task Force"  Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guests Rep. Reed DeMordaunt, R-Eagle, and Instructional Integration Sub Committee Chair Aaron McKinnon will look at how Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna's Students Come First Technology Task Force recommendations will impact how educators teach and how students learn.G
11:00 am 
11:30 am 
12:00 pm 
Frontline  "The Interrupters"  Director Steve James (Hoop Dreams, Stevie) follows the inner workings of CeaseFire and the former gang members who have become the interrupters. The innovative program in Chicago is designed to prevent shootings in a city where 37 people were shot in one weekend during 2008. The interrupters report weekly on the simmering disputes and the senseless shootings in their neighborhoods; their goal is to stop the violence before it happens.G
2:00 pm 
Pact   Inspired by The New York Times bestseller, THE PACT centers on the gritty and provocative true-life story of three African-American friends from Newark, New Jersey, who overcame poverty, criminal records and drug-addicted parents in their quest for a medical degree. This was no easy feat considering 50% of students in their school dropped out before the 9th grade. Today, physicians Sampson Davis and Rameck Hunt, and dentist George Jenkins, share their success stories in the hopes of motivating inner-city kids to avoid gangs and drugs and lift themselves out of poverty through education. D
3:00 pm 
Charlie Rose   NULL
4:00 pm 
4:30 pm 
Journal   NULL
5:00 pm 
Frontline  "The Interrupters"  Director Steve James (Hoop Dreams, Stevie) follows the inner workings of CeaseFire and the former gang members who have become the interrupters. The innovative program in Chicago is designed to prevent shootings in a city where 37 people were shot in one weekend during 2008. The interrupters report weekly on the simmering disputes and the senseless shootings in their neighborhoods; their goal is to stop the violence before it happens.G
7:00 pm 
Pact   Inspired by The New York Times bestseller, THE PACT centers on the gritty and provocative true-life story of three African-American friends from Newark, New Jersey, who overcame poverty, criminal records and drug-addicted parents in their quest for a medical degree. This was no easy feat considering 50% of students in their school dropped out before the 9th grade. Today, physicians Sampson Davis and Rameck Hunt, and dentist George Jenkins, share their success stories in the hopes of motivating inner-city kids to avoid gangs and drugs and lift themselves out of poverty through education. D
8:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
9:00 pm 
9:30 pm 
Journal   NULL
10:00 pm 
Charlie Rose   NULL
11:00 pm 
Zora's Roots   This program examines the life of author and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston. The film follows Hurston, best known for her novel Their Eyes Were Watching God, to the subtropical paradise that shaped her childhood and her life's work - the place to which she returned again and again over the seven decades of her life for research, inspiration and solace. Filmed in high definition, the documentary tells her story through the people who knew her and the places and events that she brought to the world through her research and writing. D

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