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1:00 am 
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
1:30 am 
Western Tradition  "The French Revolution"  Liberty, fraternity, equality - must they be won by total war and revolutionary terror?G
2:00 am 
Unfinished Nation  "Pressures from Within"  War of 1812 magnifies need for internal improvements and stronger national government. Distinct patterns of American growth and expansion: areas of fur trading, plantations, and farms. Monroe elected president; "Era of Good Feelings." War with Indians and economic depression of 1819. The Missouri Compromise temporarily resolves sectional differences; Monroe Doctrine asserts U.S. preeminence in hemisphere.G
2:30 am 
Unfinished Nation  "He Brought The People with Him"  The controversial presidency of John Quincy Adams. Changing party politics ushers in "Age of Jackson." Struggles between the establishment and the Washington outsider. South Carolina's Nullification challenge, and Jackson's response.G
3:00 am 
Unfinished Nation  "A Chaos of Experimentation"  The presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. New Deal legislation. Agencies created in response to crises. Changes to programs resulting from criticism of New Deal. The effect of policies on various groups, including women and minorities.G
3:30 am 
Unfinished Nation  "Between The Wars"  American policies of neutrality, isolationism, and internationalism in decades after World War I. Depression and the world order. Rise of totalitarian regimes in Europe and Asia; their expansionist ambitions. American response to war in Europe. Japanese attack Pearl Harbor.G
4:00 am 
Inside Out  "Thinking and Language"  The most concrete evidence of our ability to think is our use of language. This lesson explores both topics. Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman discusses his research in cognitive psychology, and linguist Noam Chomsky, along with others, explains the principles of language acquisition. Susan Curtiss tells the gripping story of "Genie" a young girl who did not learn language due to the neglect and abuse of her parents.G
4:30 am 
Inside Out  "The Search for Intelligence"  What is intelligence? Can the standardized exams of today actually measure it? This lesson presents several theories of intelligence, often examined by the researchers who created them. Topics include triarchic theory, multiple intelligences, and emotional intelligence. The nature/nurture influence on intelligence is also explored, as well as the phenomenon of stereotype threat.G
5:00 am 
Earth Revealed: Introductory Geology  "Mountain Building and the Growth of Continents"  Shows how major mountain belts and continents have evolved.G
5:30 am 
Earth Revealed: Introductory Geology  "Earth's Structures"  Illustrates how bedrock responds to tectonic forces originating within Earth.G
6:00 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Pope Francis - Kim Lawton reports from Rome on the selection of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina, the first pope from Latin America, as the successor to Pope Benedict XVI and reaction to his selection from experts and other Catholics. None of the Above - Religious Implications - In this concluding segment of a three-part miniseries, Deborah Potter looks at how the rapidly growing numbers of the religiously unaffiliated, especially among younger individuals, could affect churches and the roles of pastors. These so-called "nones" now make up nearly 20 percent of all adult Americans. D
6:30 am 
7:00 am 
Second Opinion  "Mystery Diagnosis"  A fascinating discussion unfolds as doctors work to solve a mysterious medical case affecting a prominent Boston physician. Dr. Anne Louise Oaklander shares her mother's medical story, which was complicated by her mother's knowledge as a medical professional. Follow along as the life-altering problems are described and the surprising diagnosis is revealed. D
7:30 am 
Lidia's Italy In America  "Three Favorite Pastas"  Lidia cooks Pasta e fagioli, Bucatini Amatriciana and Tagliatelle Bolognese. She heads to Italy to learn how to make pasta from the experts and also visits Seghesio Vineyards in California, to meet one of the most long-standing winemaking families in the Sonoma Valley. D
8:00 am 
Blood Sugar Solution with Dr. Mark Hyman   In this 90-minute public television special, Dr. Mark Hyman explains what "diabesity" is, outlines the underlying causes that drive the problem, and provides a personalized, 4-step plan to help you overcome diabesity. He explains how we can all take back our health as individuals, as a community, and as a society. The program will radically change the way you think about your body, your lifestyle, and the power you have to change your health. D
9:30 am 
Add & Mastering It!   From the team of comedians that brought you the ground breaking documentary ADD & Loving It!?! comes a new, entertaining and empowering film for August-September pledge. Now the sequel, ADD & Mastering It!, hosted again by Patrick McKenna and Rick Green, makes it clear that there is much that can be done to not just manage this disorder, but turn it to your advantage. The program goes through 36 practical tips for managing one's ADD or ADHD. D
11:00 am 
Peter, Paul and Mary: Carry It On: A Musical Legacy   There once was a time, some years before the ascendance of rock and roll on Top 40 radio, when popular music veered sharply from the mainstream to sample American roots-music traditions. Inspired by the songs of Pete Seeger and The Weavers, this "folk" music, found its greatest expression during the early 1960's in the songs of an emerging Greenwich Village group known as Peter, Paul and Mary. In the Trio's new PBS show "Carry It On: A Musical Legacy" we share in the four decade long career of Peter Yarrow, Noel Paul Stookey and Mary Travers. D
1:00 pm 
Earth Songs   Inspired by decades of National Geographic specials, the BBC Planet Earth series, and the beauty of our terrestrial home, EARTH SONGS gently guides the viewer through a journey of ageless wisdom, inspiring poetry and stunning footage of Mother Earth. For more than two years, filmmaker Brian Luke Seaward traveled to many of the world's most pristine locations -- Patagonia (Chile), the Caribbean, Iceland, the Canadian Rockies, Hawaii, Greenland, Alaska, Peru and New Zealand - capturing the Earth's beauty in ways that are rarely seen. Set to a musical score performed by Grammy-nominated artists - including Michael Hoppe, Brian Keane, Secret Garden, Keola Beamer, Zach Bergen, Min TZe Wu and Nigel Holton - the program celebrates the planet's scenic beauty and precious wildlife. D
2:00 pm 
Trains Around North America   Hosted by Grammy-winning musician and storyteller David Holt, this special traces America's railroad history, telling stories of the continent's historic and scenic tourist railroads as they define the spirit of North America. Stops include a railway museum in Minnesota, and the White Pass and Yukon Railroad of Skagway, Alaska. Robert C. Van Camp, who produces and films these railway-themed shows, will be live in the studio during program breaks.G
5:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Delicious Europe   Rick samples classic European cuisine from garlicky snails and homemade mozzarella to savory bouillabaisse, and other regional specialties.G
5:30 pm 
Divinas Live at Chambord Castle   A new musical genre is touching the hearts of fans worldwide, combining classical crossover, world music and newly arranged classic pop. Three female singers - Rita of Israel, Yulia of New Zealand and M?av of Ireland, a former member of Celtic Woman - present examples of the genre in this outdoor concert at France's Chateau de Chambord in May 2012.G
7:00 pm 
Magic Moments - The Best of 50's Pop (My Music #102)   This reunion brings together some of the great recording artists from the 1950s pop era: the McGuire Sisters, Debbie Reynolds, Patti Page, the Chordettes, the Crew Cuts, the Four Lads, the Four Aces, the Four Coins, and Gogi Grant. Hosts include Mary Lou Metzger, Phyllis McGuire and Pat Boone. Recorded in Atlantic City, special moments include Don Cherry telling of "A Band of Gold" and Pat Boone crooning "Love Letters in the Sand."G
9:00 pm 
Rock, Pop and Doo Wop (My Music)   Rock and pop legends Ronnie Spector (the Ronettes) and Jon "Bowzer" Bauman (Sha Na Na) team up to host this May 2010 concert event featuring 1950s and early 1960s favorites. New performances feature Spector, La La Brooks (the Crystalls), Jay Black, Len Barry and the Orlons. Footage from archives around the world return classic performances to the spotlight; they include "Get a Job" by the Silhouettes and "Book of Love" by the Monotones.G
11:00 pm 
Doctor Who Series  "The Beast Below"  Amy Pond takes her first trip in the TARDIS when the Doctor whisks her away to the distant future and they discover Britain in space. Starship UK houses the future of the British people as they search the stars for a new home. But when Amy explores, she encounters the terrifying Smilers.G
1:00 am 
War  "The Ghost Front"  (December 1944-March 1945) America wearies of the war. In the Pacific, progress is slow and costly, with each island more fiercely defended than the last. In Europe, the Allies are unprepared for Hitler's massive counterattack that launches December 16 in the Ardennes Forest in Belgium and Luxemburg. Bombing attacks hammer Germany and Japan. Part 6 of 7G
3:01 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "St. Joe River Country"  Part of the nation's Wild and Scenic river system, North Idaho's shadowy St. Joe has witnessed steamboats, log drives, ghost towns and rafters.G
3:30 am 
Dialogue  "Colum McCann: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Marcia Franklin talks with Colum McCann, author of Let the Great World Spin. The book, which has been called the "first great 9/11 novel," won the 2009 National Book Award for fiction, and was Amazon.com's 2009 Book of the Year. The interview is part of Dialogue's ongoing "Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference" and was taped at the 2011 conference.G
4:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Sesame Street-O-Saurus"  Grover, Elmo, and Rosita are imaging that they are Paleontologists, scientists who dig through dirt and stones to find fossils. Chris explains that fossils are what are left of a plant or an animal that lived a long time ago. The first thing they find in the dirt is a colorful, metal soup ladle which Grover thinks is a bone from a dinosaur. D
5:00 am 
Martha Speaks  "Cora! Cora! Cora!/Cora Encore!"  Cora! Cora! Cora! - Helen's family friend Kit Luntanne (Jennifer Westfeldt) is upset. She's had to leave her lovable dog, Cora, at home while she travels with her acting troupe. Backstage at the theater, Martha meets Ham Johnson (Jon Hamm), an actor who admires Kit and wants to impress her. D
5:30 am 
Super Why!  "The Ugly Duckling: Becoming A Swan"  Pig is too big for his bed and his sneakers are pinching his feet - what is going on? The superhero readers zoom into the story of The Ugly Duckling: Becoming a Swan, and meet a little guy who is experiencing growing pains of his own. Super Why and his friends help Duckling accept himself as he is while Pig learns an important lesson about the benefits of getting bigger. Educational Objectives: To learn about getting bigger. D
6:00 am 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Prince Wednesday Goes to the Potty/Daniel Goes To The Potty"  Prince Wednesday Goes to the Potty - Prince Wednesday is in the block corner at school building the "tallest tower in the world!" Even though he needs to go to the bathroom, he doesn't want to stop what he is doing. He learns how important it is to stop and go right away. Daniel Goes to the Potty - Dad's trumpet is broken, so he takes Daniel along to Music Man Stan's Shop to get it fixed. 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  "Sesame Street-O-Saurus"  Grover, Elmo, and Rosita are imaging that they are Paleontologists, scientists who dig through dirt and stones to find fossils. Chris explains that fossils are what are left of a plant or an animal that lived a long time ago. The first thing they find in the dirt is a colorful, metal soup ladle which Grover thinks is a bone from a dinosaur. D
8:00 am 
Curious George  "We Otter Be Friends/Sir George and the Dragon"  We Otter Be Friends - After an otter swims away with Mr. Quint's boat keys, a stranded George tries everything he can to retrieve them. But the otter is a faster swimmer, a quicker runner, and a better hider than George. Can George out-otter the otter and get the keys back? Sir George and the Dragon - George is starring in his first play. D
8:30 am 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "A Tale About Tails/Sticky Situation"  A Tale About Tails - Nick and Sally are playing "Tape the Tail on the Donkey" when they wish they had tails of their own! Well it just so happens that the Cat knows a lot about tails! He brings them to the Jungle of Wagga-Tag-Tail where they meet a number of animals with very different tails. When Nick and Sally get to test out all of these tails for themselves, they learn that different tails can do different things! Sticky Situation - Sally and Nick are playing the drums on overturned buckets when Nick breaks his drumstick! Luckily, the Cat knows someone who is a stick expert, his friend Betty Beaver! She finds Nick the perfect drumstick, but when her dam springs a leak, Nick, Sally and the Cat help her fix it, using Nick's new stick. He doesn't have a stick anymore, but Nick learns an even better way to drum: using a home-made beaver tail!. D
9:00 am 
Super Why!  "The Ugly Duckling"  Princess Pea's twirls are falling flat, and her dance recital is fast approaching! The Super Readers soar into the story of the Ugly Duckling, who's having just as much trouble trying to swim! With a little hard work, the Ugly Duckling hits his stride, and Princess Pea learns that practice makes perfect!G
9:30 am 
Dinosaur Train  "Buddy Explores The Tyrannosaurs/Rainy Day Fight"  Buddy, an adopted T. rex, wishes he knew more about his T. rex ancestors. So, Dad takes him and Tiny on the Dinosaur Train back to the early Cretaceous, to visit an ancestor: an earlier version of Tyrannosaurus rex called Raptorex. Rodney Raptorex is a kid who won't grow up to be as big as Buddy will, but the two boys find that they not only have a lot of differences, they have a lot in common, too. D
10:00 am 
The Electric Company  "Wordball Games"  Right before the yearly Wordball Games, the neighborhood Olympics, Hector sprains his ankle. With Hector unable to compete, The Electric Company does not have enough players to participate against the four Pranksters! But when Manny also gets hurt, the numbers are even once again. Now the question is, can Marcus handle Hector's event the Word Obstacle course?. D
10:30 am 
Wild Kratts  "Mystery of the Weird Looking Walrus"  Chris and Martin are on a mission to discover why walrus look so weird, but discover that Zach Varmitech has kidnapped a herd to mine precious pearls for Donita Donata's fashion line. The Wild Kratts team must use the walrus features against Zach to save the creatures and return them to their Arctic domain. Science Concepts: Suction. 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  "Dinner Or Consequences, Part 1/Dinner Or Consequences, Part 2"  DINNER OR CONSEQUENCES, PART 1 - Dr. Two Brains is stealing all the city's milk and using it-with help from the unusually talkative Energy Monster-to superpower his new ray and turn the whole city into cheese! It's up to WordGirl to find the disappearing dairy and stop Dr. Two Brains. even if it means missing her family feast and having to face the consequences. Vocabulary Words: Feast, Consequences. D
12:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "St. Joe River Country"  Part of the nation's Wild and Scenic river system, North Idaho's shadowy St. Joe has witnessed steamboats, log drives, ghost towns and rafters.G
12:30 pm 
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
1:00 pm 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Paper It"  Katie's inspiring projects and recipes utilize many colors, styles and types of paper available. Recipes: parchment potatoes and parchment fish. Projects: paper-wrapped moss boxes and a post-it note board. D
1:30 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "Winter's Surprise, Part 3"  As Jerry promised in the first episode, the winter surprise for this painting is revealed. Moving forward, Jerry demonstrates how to be loose and free with brush strokes, yet create an accurate painting. Through the final highlights you will learn how it creates shape through those highlights and value changes. D
2:00 pm 
Essential Pepin  "Souper Soups for Supper"  Tomato Chowder With Mollet Eggs; Black Bean Soup With Bananas; Garlic Soup; Onion Soup Lyonnaise-Style; Consomme. D
2:30 pm 
On Story  "Action!"  The creators behind the explosions CON AIR, GONE IN SIXTY SECONDS, HULK, ZOMBIELAND and MACHETE debate what makes a great action movie. Followed by the riveting short film SOLD by writer/director John Irwin. A young investigative journalist goes undercover and is captured into a human trafficking ring. D
3:00 pm 
Dialogue  "Colum McCann: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Marcia Franklin talks with Colum McCann, author of Let the Great World Spin. The book, which has been called the "first great 9/11 novel," won the 2009 National Book Award for fiction, and was Amazon.com's 2009 Book of the Year. The interview is part of Dialogue's ongoing "Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference" and was taped at the 2011 conference.G
3:30 pm 
MotorWeek  "Ford Focus St"  Road Test: 2013 Ford Focus ST. Road Test: 2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo. Goss' Garage: LED Lights. D
4:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Two Ways with Fish"  Test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to perfect Poached Fish Fillets with Sherry-Tomato Vinaigrette. Then, science expert Guy Crosby explains the science of poaching in oil. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of oyster crackers. D
4:30 pm 
Crafting at the Spotted Canary  "Things That Hang in the Window"  There is nothing like a warm summer day, when the windows are open and the sheers are gracefully moving with the wind. Windows are an interesting part of the home that are decorated with textiles, but can also be adorned with photos, crystals and banners. Learn how to think of this space as a decorative element of the home. D
5:00 pm 
Globe Trekker  "Puerto Rico"  Zay visits San Juan, the El Yunque National Forest, the Camuy River Caves National Park and the coffee-producing central highlands. He discovers why Puerto Rico is known as the "island of enchantment," boasting sun-kissed beaches, dramatic mountains, a rich colonial history and distinctive music.G
6:00 pm 
The Artist Toolbox  "Massimo & Lella Vignelli"  "Design must be intellectually elegant," poses Massimo Vignelli. "What is intellectually elegant? Well, it's the opposite of vulgar." As the man behind such simple and beautiful design from the Helvetica font to the New York Subway map, the design world is indebted to this pragmatic yet lyrical designer. D
6:30 pm 
Sun Studio Sessions  "Amber Rubarth and Dave Egger"  Amber Rubarth and Dave Egger are talented musicians who bring their varied backgrounds together to lift each other's sounds to new heights. In this episode, the artists perform several songs including "Full Moon in Paris" and "Hillbillies and Bach.". D
7:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "The National/Band of Horses"  Representing the cream of underground rock, The National plays songs from its recording High Violet and Band of Horses highlights its latest album Infinite Arms.G
8:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe Travel Skills   The genial travel expert distills 30 years of travel experience into this information-rich special. He dispenses practical advice on how to enjoy a fun, affordable and culturally broadening trip to Europe. Shot on his favorite 3,000-mile "Best of Europe" loop - Amsterdam, Germany's Rhineland, Venice, Siena, the Italian Riviera, the Swiss Alps, Paris and London - Rick shares the essential skills of smart travel.G
10:00 pm 
11:30 pm 
Austin City Limits  "The National/Band of Horses"  Representing the cream of underground rock, The National plays songs from its recording High Violet and Band of Horses highlights its latest album Infinite Arms.G
1:00 am 
Science In Focus: Force and Motion  "Drag Races"  Forces can help put objects into motion and can also bring moving objects to a stop. In this workshop, fifth-grade students explore the physics of motion using plastic cars with strings and washers attached to provide a pulling force. The students test the speed of the vehicles and explain what forces bring the vehicles to a stop, as the cars collide with and displace barriers at the end of their run. Finally, the students discuss their findings to help solidify their understanding of the effect of forces on motion.G
2:00 am 
Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop In American Literature  "Workshop 7. Ritual Artifacts"  From Victorian calling cards to Puritan gravestones, ritual artifacts reveal how humans create and define order in their lives. This session explains how to apply close reading skills to sacred and secular ritual objects to enrich understanding of the cultural setting of a literary text. D
3:00 am 
Teaching Channel Presents  "The New Teacher Experience"  The New Teacher Experience: Follow two teachers in Los Angeles, CA for an intimate look at what the experience is really like. Many beginning teachers in America are given keys to their classroom and left to sink or swim in isolation, but, with the support of mentors, these teachers persevere through the trials and tribulations of their first year of teaching. D
4:00 am 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "Child"  Children often understand that death is a changed state of being, but not how final it is. Between the ages of seven and ten, their questions about death become more frequent and complicated. In this program, we look at children. D
4:30 am 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "Grief and Bereavement"  The effect of grief can last a lifetime as we try to find a balance between overcoming our loss and keeping the memory of the loved one alive. In this program, the question "How long does grief last?" guides conversations with two middle-aged sisters whose mother recently died; with members of a family in which the youngest son was murdered; with an adult orphaned as a child; and with a teenager who lost her mother, and may now lose her father and brother, to AIDS. D
5:00 am 
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
5:30 am 
Connecting with the Arts: A Teaching Practices Library, 6-8  "Breathing Life Into Myths"  A language arts teacher draws on puppetry techniques and help from her school. D
6:00 am 
Clodagh's Irish Food Trails  "Dingle, Co Kerry - Part 1"  NULL
6:30 am 
Rachel's Favorite Food at Home  "Dinner Party"  Looking to impress her dinner guests, Rachel prepares asparagus with Hollandaise sauce, green leaf and pea soup, lamb tagine and pomegranate couscous, and a chocolate, hazelnut and caramel tart. D
7:00 am 
Clodagh's Irish Food Trails  "Dingle, Co Kerry - Part 2"  NULL
7:30 am 
Rachel's Favorite Food at Home  "Food for a Crowd"  Rachel prepares a meal ideal for an all-ages event such as a Christening or a house-warming party: chicken pilaf with a green salad, Southeast Asian salmon, beef stir fry and baked meringue with fruit. D
8:00 am 
Clodagh's Irish Food Trails  "Into The West - Galway, Mayo and Sligo"  NULL
8:30 am 
Rachel's Favorite Food at Home  "Comfort Food"  This episode features some of Rachel's favorite comfort-food recipes, best enjoyed curled up on a sofa: chunky Mediterranean pasta soup with basil pesto; cheese fondue; homemade sausages with apple sauce and concannon, and banana butterscotch pudding. D
9:00 am 
Clodagh's Irish Food Trails  "Tipperary"  NULL
9:30 am 
Rachel's Favorite Food at Home  "Easy Family Meals"  In this episode, Rachel recreates some of her family's favorite dishes: broccoli soup with Parmesan toasts, a chicken and ginger stir fry with coconut noodles, an oven-baked risotto verde and an upside-down rhubarb and ginger cake. D
10:00 am 
Christina  "Trick Or Treat"  It's that time of year when the air is crisp and little goblins and grown up ghosts want to indulge their sweet tooth. In this class, we'll discover ways to trick your own little monsters into treating themselves to healthy sweets, from chocolate to candied apples.with a little fun magic as well!. D
10:30 am 
Simply Ming  "Charles Phan & Wok-Stirring"  The wok- there's a reason why everyone from college students to Italian chefs have one of these in their kitchen. Stir-frying is a technique that can be your best friend when you need to cook on the fly, which is exactly what Ming is doing on this episode of SIMPLY MING. He'll enlist the help of Charles Phan, the chef who put great Vietnamese food on the map in San Francisco. D
11:00 am 
Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef  "Outside The Meat Box: Wild Game"  It's truly refreshing to eat game which is now readily available in many grocery stores. Chef Keller presents some of the most popular game dishes from his Fleur de Lys restaurants with recipes that are tailored to home cooks. Horseradish Crusted Venison Chops with Current Sauce; Muscovy Duck Breast with a Vanilla Sauce. D
11:30 am 
Lidia's Italy In America  "Italian Style Breakfast for Dinner"  Lidia cooks frittatas today; they are delicious for lunch AND dinner and are also a great way to use leftover vegetables and day old bread. Recipes include Ricotta Frittata, Sausage, Eggs & Pepper Frittata and an Asparagus and Onion frittata. She also visits Brooklyn's famous Faicco with dear friend and restaurateur, Angelo Vivolo, to see their Italian American tradition of making sausage. D
12:00 pm 
Art of the Western World  "White Garment of Churches"  Part I: With the fall of the Roman empire, Christianity flourished with the Church as patron of monumental Romanesque architecture and sculpture. nPart II: The origin of Gothic architecture is found in the choir of the Abbey Church of St. Denis and the Chartres Cathedral serves as a model of High Gothic style. D
1:00 pm 
Science In Focus: Force and Motion  "Drag Races"  Forces can help put objects into motion and can also bring moving objects to a stop. In this workshop, fifth-grade students explore the physics of motion using plastic cars with strings and washers attached to provide a pulling force. The students test the speed of the vehicles and explain what forces bring the vehicles to a stop, as the cars collide with and displace barriers at the end of their run. Finally, the students discuss their findings to help solidify their understanding of the effect of forces on motion.G
2:00 pm 
Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop In American Literature  "Workshop 7. Ritual Artifacts"  From Victorian calling cards to Puritan gravestones, ritual artifacts reveal how humans create and define order in their lives. This session explains how to apply close reading skills to sacred and secular ritual objects to enrich understanding of the cultural setting of a literary text. D
3:00 pm 
Teaching Channel Presents  "The New Teacher Experience"  The New Teacher Experience: Follow two teachers in Los Angeles, CA for an intimate look at what the experience is really like. Many beginning teachers in America are given keys to their classroom and left to sink or swim in isolation, but, with the support of mentors, these teachers persevere through the trials and tribulations of their first year of teaching. D
4:00 pm 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "Child"  Children often understand that death is a changed state of being, but not how final it is. Between the ages of seven and ten, their questions about death become more frequent and complicated. In this program, we look at children. D
4:30 pm 
Death: A Personal Understanding  "Grief and Bereavement"  The effect of grief can last a lifetime as we try to find a balance between overcoming our loss and keeping the memory of the loved one alive. In this program, the question "How long does grief last?" guides conversations with two middle-aged sisters whose mother recently died; with members of a family in which the youngest son was murdered; with an adult orphaned as a child; and with a teenager who lost her mother, and may now lose her father and brother, to AIDS. D
5:00 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
5:30 pm 
Connecting with the Arts: A Teaching Practices Library, 6-8  "Breathing Life Into Myths"  A language arts teacher draws on puppetry techniques and help from her school. D
6:00 pm 
Clodagh's Irish Food Trails  "Dingle, Co Kerry - Part 1"  NULL
6:30 pm 
Rachel's Favorite Food at Home  "Dinner Party"  Looking to impress her dinner guests, Rachel prepares asparagus with Hollandaise sauce, green leaf and pea soup, lamb tagine and pomegranate couscous, and a chocolate, hazelnut and caramel tart. D
7:00 pm 
Clodagh's Irish Food Trails  "Dingle, Co Kerry - Part 2"  NULL
7:30 pm 
Rachel's Favorite Food at Home  "Food for a Crowd"  Rachel prepares a meal ideal for an all-ages event such as a Christening or a house-warming party: chicken pilaf with a green salad, Southeast Asian salmon, beef stir fry and baked meringue with fruit. D
8:00 pm 
Art Wolfe's Travels to the Edge: Amazing Encounters   The photographer introduces some of his favorite moments in the field, capturing wildlife, spectacular landscapes and fascinating people with his lens. This is a fast-paced look at some endearing, heart-stopping and fun moments. He tracks the last of the Bengal tigers in Nepal, marvels at snow monkeys in Japan, snuggles with baby seals on South Georgia Island, and snaps baby grey whales off Baja Mexico. The special also includes scenes from Alaska, the Sahara, India, West Africa, Mongolia, Bhutan and Ethiopia. Crew members also share behind-the-scenes moments.G
9:30 pm 
Rachel's Favorite Food at Home  "Easy Family Meals"  In this episode, Rachel recreates some of her family's favorite dishes: broccoli soup with Parmesan toasts, a chicken and ginger stir fry with coconut noodles, an oven-baked risotto verde and an upside-down rhubarb and ginger cake. D
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Slow-Cooker Revolution"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to cooking with a slow cooker. First, she teaches host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Old-Fashioned Chicken Noodle Soup. Next, she reveals the test kitchen's secrets for foolproof Pork Loin with Cranberries and Orange. D
10:30 pm 
Simply Ming  "Charles Phan & Wok-Stirring"  The wok- there's a reason why everyone from college students to Italian chefs have one of these in their kitchen. Stir-frying is a technique that can be your best friend when you need to cook on the fly, which is exactly what Ming is doing on this episode of SIMPLY MING. He'll enlist the help of Charles Phan, the chef who put great Vietnamese food on the map in San Francisco. D
11:00 pm 
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence  "I'm Inspired"  Joanne is often asked where her inspirations come from and begins by composing an inspired salad with roasted beets, and then gives her student Charlie some pointers for making honey glazed pork chops and a roasted squash puree. Recipes: Bibb Lettuce Salad with Roasted Beet, Grapefruit and Pecans, Honey Glazed Pork Chops with Orange and Cardamom, and a Roasted Squash and Ginger Puree. Student: Charlie Baldwin, City Gardener. D
11:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe Classics  "The Alps of Austria and Italy"  Tirolean Innsbruck offers a towering Olympic ski jump and a dirndl- clad world of alpine thrills. Follow the Brenner Pass to Italy's rugged Dolomites for Alps with pasta.G
1:00 am 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
2:00 am 
Nightly Business Report   Tonight on Nightly Business Report, with the markets at lofty levels we talk with former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan. D
2:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   Elizabeth Moss (actress). D
3:00 am 
America Revealed  "Electric Nation"  Called the biggest, most complex machine in the world, Yul Kwon travels the country to understand how more than 200,000 miles of high-tension transmission lines deliver electricity to the nation and learn the intricacies and vulnerabilities of the system. He joins a live wire repair team who do their daring repairs from the side of a helicopter in flight, visits the country's largest coal mine, and rappels down the side of a wind turbine.G
4:00 am 
4:30 am 
Washington Week   NULL
5:00 am 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   TOPICS: Meet the New Congresswomen #2. Rep. Joyce Beatty (D- 3rd District OH) She is one of two African American women elected from Ohio. D
5:30 am 
Asian Voices   NULL
6:00 am 
Need to Know   SCOTT SIMON ANCHORS. In an encore edition, Need to Know examines how the abortion debate in Texas has led to massive cuts in family planning services - even at clinics that perform no abortions. Host Scott Simon interviews Pam Belluck of the New York Times about what's happening in other states. D
6:30 am 
McLaughlin Group   TOPICS: Congressional Budget Battles; Habemus Papa! PANELISTS: Mort Zuckerman, US News & World Report; Eleanor Clift, Newsweek; Paul Glastris, Washington Monthly; Tim Carney, The Washington Examiner. D
7:00 am 
American Masters  "Neil Young: Don't Be Denied"  This portrait weaves interviews with Young in New York and California with performance footage from Young's own collection. The film also features collaborators Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, David Crosby, Nils Lofgren and James Taylor. Young's rise in the 1960s, his solo artist period in the 1970s, and his 1980s embrace of New Wave and a Devo collaboration culminate in his eclectic musical approach today.G
8:00 am 
American Masters  "Cab Calloway: Sketches"  An ambassador for his race during his life, Cab Calloway's back glide dance step is the precursor to Michael Jackson's moonwalk, and his scatting lyrics find their legacy in today's hip-hop and rap. Calloway was an exceptional figure in the history of jazz, and one of the first black musicians to tour the segregationist South.G
9:00 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Maximizing Social Security Benefits"  Guest: Mary Beth Franklin, Contributing Editor, InvestmentNews. This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack reveals how to maximize your Social Security benefits, the only source of guaranteed income most Americans can count on. Award-winning financial planner and retirement expert Mary Beth Franklin shares how to get the most out of social security for you and your loved ones. D
9:30 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Pope Francis - Kim Lawton reports from Rome on the selection of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina, the first pope from Latin America, as the successor to Pope Benedict XVI and reaction to his selection from experts and other Catholics. None of the Above - Religious Implications - In this concluding segment of a three-part miniseries, Deborah Potter looks at how the rapidly growing numbers of the religiously unaffiliated, especially among younger individuals, could affect churches and the roles of pastors. These so-called "nones" now make up nearly 20 percent of all adult Americans. 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  "St. Joe River Country"  Part of the nation's Wild and Scenic river system, North Idaho's shadowy St. Joe has witnessed steamboats, log drives, ghost towns and rafters.G
11:30 am 
Dialogue  "Colum McCann: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Marcia Franklin talks with Colum McCann, author of Let the Great World Spin. The book, which has been called the "first great 9/11 novel," won the 2009 National Book Award for fiction, and was Amazon.com's 2009 Book of the Year. The interview is part of Dialogue's ongoing "Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference" and was taped at the 2011 conference.G
12:00 pm 
Need to Know   SCOTT SIMON ANCHORS. In an encore edition, Need to Know examines how the abortion debate in Texas has led to massive cuts in family planning services - even at clinics that perform no abortions. Host Scott Simon interviews Pam Belluck of the New York Times about what's happening in other states. D
12:30 pm 
1:00 pm 
American Masters  "Neil Young: Don't Be Denied"  This portrait weaves interviews with Young in New York and California with performance footage from Young's own collection. The film also features collaborators Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, David Crosby, Nils Lofgren and James Taylor. Young's rise in the 1960s, his solo artist period in the 1970s, and his 1980s embrace of New Wave and a Devo collaboration culminate in his eclectic musical approach today.G
2:00 pm 
American Masters  "Cab Calloway: Sketches"  An ambassador for his race during his life, Cab Calloway's back glide dance step is the precursor to Michael Jackson's moonwalk, and his scatting lyrics find their legacy in today's hip-hop and rap. Calloway was an exceptional figure in the history of jazz, and one of the first black musicians to tour the segregationist South.G
3:00 pm 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   TOPICS: Meet the New Congresswomen #2. Rep. Joyce Beatty (D- 3rd District OH) She is one of two African American women elected from Ohio. D
3:30 pm 
Asian Voices   NULL
4:00 pm 
European Journal  "Old Spy Habits Die Hard In Romania"  Romania: Spy Habits Die Hard - A former Romanian spy has won a court case against his own country. But his victims are still waiting for the full story. Romania's communist-era secret police, the Securitate, was one of the world's most feared. D
4:30 pm 
Linkasia   NULL
5:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "Ending The Silence On Climate Change"  Remember climate change? The issue barely comes up with any substance in our current political dialogue. But bringing climate change back into our national conversation is as much a communications challenge as it is a scientific one. This week, in an encore edition of Moyers &Company (check local listings), scientist Anthony Leiserowitz, director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, joins Bill to describe his efforts to galvanize communities over what's arguably the greatest single threat facing humanity. D
6:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "St. Joe River Country"  Part of the nation's Wild and Scenic river system, North Idaho's shadowy St. Joe has witnessed steamboats, log drives, ghost towns and rafters.G
6:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Colum McCann: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Marcia Franklin talks with Colum McCann, author of Let the Great World Spin. The book, which has been called the "first great 9/11 novel," won the 2009 National Book Award for fiction, and was Amazon.com's 2009 Book of the Year. The interview is part of Dialogue's ongoing "Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference" and was taped at the 2011 conference.G
7:00 pm 
Daniel O'Donnell from the Heartland   Beloved Irish crooner, Daniel O'Donnell returns to PBS with his melodic voice performing live in the Hawkeye state. Daniel exudes the same passion and unique sense of humor that has been fascinating audiences for years in this new concert special "Daniel O'Donnell from the Heartland." Daniel mixes it up a bit this time around by sharing several seldom-seen recordings like "Distant Drums, " "Farside Banks of Jordan" and paying tribute to some of the greatest artists of all time with Loretta Lynn's "Standing Room Only" and Andy Williams' "Moon River. D
8:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Delicious Europe   Rick samples classic European cuisine from garlicky snails and homemade mozzarella to savory bouillabaisse, and other regional specialties.G
9:00 pm 
American Masters  "Cab Calloway: Sketches"  An ambassador for his race during his life, Cab Calloway's back glide dance step is the precursor to Michael Jackson's moonwalk, and his scatting lyrics find their legacy in today's hip-hop and rap. Calloway was an exceptional figure in the history of jazz, and one of the first black musicians to tour the segregationist South.G
10:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "Ending The Silence On Climate Change"  Remember climate change? The issue barely comes up with any substance in our current political dialogue. But bringing climate change back into our national conversation is as much a communications challenge as it is a scientific one. This week, in an encore edition of Moyers &Company (check local listings), scientist Anthony Leiserowitz, director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, joins Bill to describe his efforts to galvanize communities over what's arguably the greatest single threat facing humanity. D
11:00 pm 
Linkasia   NULL
11:30 pm 
Washington Week   NULL

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