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1:00 am 
America's Finest Ambassadors: Our Armed Forces   Dozens of German civilians between the ages of 76 and 85 who were were children during WWII were interviewed for this film. They recall the friendly relationship with the American soldiers and also the hardship of the war through the eyes of children. They never forgot the kindness of the soldiers in providing food, chocolate, love and attention, even medical help and supplies, when needed. The producer/director of this film was one of those soldiers in Germany, during and after WWII, and does some narration for the film.G
2:00 am 
After Ebola: Preparing for a Pandemic   The most contagious and deadly diseases in the world could be on our doorstep overnight. Would we recognize the symptoms? Could we treat the disease or keep it from spreading? An elite, specially trained group at the University of Nebraska Medical Center mobilized to face this reality late in the summer of 2014, when three patients infected with the Ebola virus were transferred to the hospital for treatment. The unit spent 10 years preparing for patients with dangerous, highly contagious diseases, but this was no dress rehearsal. D
3:00 am 
Requiem for My Mother   The documentary chronicles the creation of the original choral and orchestral composition of the same name, and the journey to its premiere at a prestigious musical festival in Vatican City. Composer Stephen Edwards wrote "Requiem" to commemorate his mother Rosalie's influence on him - both personally and professionally - from his first music lessons as a child to his career as a professional film score composer. The documentary profiles Edwards' creative process, the behind-the-scenes work of conductor Candace Wicke, the plentiful choral and orchestral rehearsals and the recording studio experience, and includes reflections by musicians and members of the Edwards family.G
4:00 am 
Signs of the Time   During the early days of baseball, fans experienced the game without the benefit of an umpire's colorful hand signals: the defiant fist as the perfect pitch crossed home plate, the cross-hand sweep as the runner slid into home, and the dramatic fist pump as the runner, ball and baseman converged at first base. The umpire's voice, usually drowned out by the screams of thousands of excited fans, served as the only means to signal a ball or strike or to call a player safe or out. Explore the origins of baseball's hand signals and the pioneers responsible for this pivotal innovation.G
5:00 am 
Slovakia: Treasures in the Heart of Europe   Centrally located in Europe, Slovakia was obscured for centuries within the Austro-Hungarian Empire and later by the establishment of Czechoslovakia, and has remained relatively unknown to much of the world. Host Pat Uskert and Slovak guide Mila Kissova explore the country's history, culture and breathtaking landscapes, and spotlight the many castles and medieval towns - from the capital city of Bratislava, located on the Danube, to the rugged peaks of the High Tatra Mountains.G
6:00 am 
Articulate with Jim Cotter  "Ruebin Margolin Loves Making Waves"  The kinetic sculptures of Ruebin Margolin are extraordinary mechanical attempts to evoke the natural world. Jennifer Higdon: Carefully Composed - Jennifer Higdon is among the most performed living composers in the world today-but don't get her started on those old dead guys. Chemi Rosado-Seijo: No Comply 180 - The art of skater and painter Chemi Rosado-Seijo is founded in community activism. D
6:30 am 
Closer to Truth  "What Is Analytic Theology?"  Can the analytic enrich the theological, sharpening distinctions of doctrine? Can deep questions about God be addressed with methods and practices that are precise and rigorous?. D
7:00 am 
Second Opinion  "Advances In Alzheimer's Disease"  Patient Story: Recent medical studies raise the possibility of blood tests capable of predicting who is at risk for developing Alzheimer's disease. Joanne Mee DeHond shares her mother's struggles with Alzheimer's and the questions that linger regarding her mother's care and her own health. Myth or Medicine: Can getting the flu vaccine increase the chances of developing Alzheimer's disease? Second Opinion 5: Five warning signs of dementia. D
7:30 am 
Lidia's Kitchen  "A Summer Shindig"  Summertime is dinner party season, and Lidia loves to serve family style meals. Today, she creates a summer menu fit for any celebration. The menu includes grilled skewers of shrimp spiedini with zucchini and tomato salsa, steamed summery green beans with mint pesto and berry tiramisu. D
8:00 am 
Joanne Weir's Plates and Places  "Moroccan Salads"  Travel with Joanne and her students in Marrakech, Morocco to learn about Moroccan salads and experience the food and spectacle of the Marrakesh medina at night. Recipes: Beef kefta and garden salad; Three Moroccan salads: roasted beets, pistachios and cumin; Roasted carrots with sheep feta and orange; Cherry tomato, preserved lemon and roasted yellow peppers. D
8:30 am 
Simply Ming  "Michael Schlow"  Chef Michael Schlow, named Best Chef Northeast by the James Beard Foundation and owner of restaurants all over including: Tico and Alta Strada, joins Ming to prepare an Italian spicy seafood stew called cacciucco. Ming complements with his tasty Thai seafood stew. It's stew two ways this week on Simply Ming. D
9:00 am 
The Jazzy Vegetarian  "Bollywood Kitchen"  Host Laura Theodore prepares vegan Indian-style recipes with Bollywood filmmaker and cookbook author Sri Rao. The star of the meal is Sri's delicious Rajma, a hearty kidney bean stew, flavored with smoky cumin, earthy coriander, warm ginger, and spicy garlic. Mini-Cauliflower Bites are an excellent side dish, and Turmeric Quinoa makes a colorful and nutritious addition to the meal. D
9:30 am 
Pati's Mexican Table  "How I Got to Now"  People are always asking Pati how she turned a passion for food into a career. Over the years, she has told the story in bits in pieces but she has never told the full story. Throughout this episode, she'll explain where her passion for food started, what decisions led her to where she is today, and some of the twists and turns she took to get here. D
10:00 am 
Kevin Belton's New Orleans Kitchen  "Seriously Good Shellfish"  Traditional seafood boil; Crawfish bisque; Fried lobster with cream dill sauce. D
10:30 am 
Martha Bakes  "Latin American Cookies"  Join Martha as she shares three iconic recipes highlighting Latin America's rich culinary heritage. Cinnamon-sugar coated polvorones get their name from the word polvo, meaning "dust" in Spanish, bite-sized sandwich cookies known as casadinhos, which is the Portuguese word for married, and Guatemalan champurradas made with locally grown sesame seeds. Recipes so delicious, you'll want to travel to Latin America!. D
11:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Mexican Dinner Party"  In this episode, Bridget and Julia uncover the secrets to the ultimate tamales with red chicken chili, and then, test cook Dan Souza makes Julia perfect chorizo and potato tacos. D
11:30 am 
Cook's Country  "Latin Heat"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a regional recipe, puffy tacos, at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of tortilla chips. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer reveals the secrets to perfect chicken chilaquiles. D
12:00 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "Gray Wolf Ridge, Part 2"  In episode 2, Jerry shows his viewers how to paint in the first distant layers of pine trees on top and behind the bank. But first he shows his viewers how to use the hake brush to paint the second layer of the bright sunlit sky. He finishes by describing some of the things he will be covering in the next episode. D
12:30 pm 
Dream of Italy  "Castelvetere Sul Calore (Italian Ancestry)"  Ten percent of Americans have some Italian blood and many of them could qualify for Italian citizenship by birth. Host Kathy McCabe travels to the ancestral village of her maternal great-grandfather -Castelvetere sul Calore in the region of Campania - to trace her roots and see if she can qualify for citizenship by blood line. This has always been a place of mystery and miracles for her family. D
1:00 pm 
This Old House  "Charleston Rainbow Row"  Judith looks at house colors starting at Rainbow Row, while Tommy inspects the termite damage at her house. At the Single House, Tommy catches up with the progress. A timber frame teacher and his students build a pergola offsite and dry fit it. D
1:30 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Reface Fireplace, Kitchen Faucet"  Mark teaches apprentice Krysten how to reface a granite fireplace; Jenn gives some tips on starting an organic garden; Richard helps a homeowner replace her kitchen faucet when she realizes her shutoff valve is broken. D
2:00 pm 
The Woodwright's Shop  "Groovers & Shakers"  Discover the secrets inside Shaker drawers as Roy explores their dovetailed and grooved construction techniques. D
2:30 pm 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Gable Ends and Walls"  This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy and crew do some heavy lifting, working on the gable ends of the roof and lifting the walls into place. They first head over to see Tommy's longtime friend Jim Reader, to walk them through how to pick out the best lumber you need for your job. Then it's back to the site to see new Rough Cut regular Chris Reynolds to install the Gable Ends, before getting that wall up - all before a storm hits. D
3:00 pm 
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America's Heartland   Travel to Louisiana to discover the secret of the world's most famous hot sauce. Reporter Sarah Gardner travels back in time to learn more about George Washington.the farmer. D
4:00 pm 
The Great British Baking Show  "The Final"  One of the three finalists will emerge as Britain's best amateur baker. Each must create a technically difficult picnic pie, 12 perfectly shaped pretzels and the ultimate showpiece in a baker's repertoire: a three-tiered wedding cake.G
5:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Newport, Hour One"  Experience ROADSHOW history when, for the first time, cameras roll indoors and outdoors! At Rosecliff mansion, see a diamond pin sway in the breeze, a Rohmer doll valued on the patio, and Tiffany vases stun an appraiser in the lavish ballroom. D
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend  "Yemen's Food Crisis"  More than three years into a civil war, Yemen now faces one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world. The fighting there began in 2014, when Houthi rebels opposing Yemeni government corruption took over large swaths of the country. But since then, the conflict has turned into a proxy war between the predominantly Shiite Houthis, who are backed by Iran, and the largely Sunni government of Yemen, which is backed by Saudi Arabia. D
6:30 pm 
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope  "Myanmar Irrawaddy River Adventure"  Myanmar or Burma, by either name, or both are acceptable, exudes an aura of the exotic, mysterious and alluring. Even the names of its former capitals, Mandalay and Rangoon, evoke a lyrical glow. Yet, it's the magnetism of its ancient temple architecture that draws visitors to the valley of the Irrawaddy River. D
7:00 pm 
The Lawrence Welk Show  "Childhood Memories (1972)"  "Those Were The Days" sets the tone for this look back at our favorite memories from childhood. Arthur Duncan brings his "Little Red Wagon", Clay Hart is "Watchin' Scotty Grow", and Guy & Ralna recall "Little Toy Trains". Bob Smale shines on "Chopsticks" and "Small Fry" is perfectly suited to the warm, rich baritone of Dick Dale. D
8:00 pm 
Still Open All Hours  "S2 E4"  Granville plans a double date with Madge and Mavis but needs to find a way to smarten up Gastric. There's more romance in the air as Mrs. Featherstone has her heart set on a new husband and Nurse Gladys is wooed by a former patient, Mick, whose boil she once attended to. Meanwhile, a mysterious new product from the far east arrives which needs some clever marketing to Eric and Cyril.G
8:30 pm 
Are You Being Served?  "Cold Store"  Mr. Lucas needs a day off to meet a girlfriend.G
9:00 pm 
After You've Gone  "Not Love Actually"  Key gets engaged to a woman he has been dating only a short time. Jimmy fears that Siobhan will want to follow suit. Siobhan wants to talk; Jimmy avoids her. Diana is in touch with an old boyfriend on the Internet and wonders if he will still find her attractive.G
9:30 pm 
Moone Boy   It's Fidelma's hen do and Dessie's stag. The Moones get new neighbors.G
10:00 pm 
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries  "Death Do Us Part"  When a prize-winning scientist is found murdered on the same night the man intent on murdering Henry Fisher escapes police custody, Phryne must put all misgivings aside to protect her father. D
11:00 pm 
Doctor Who Classic: W Hartnell Movies  "The Web Planet, 1 of 2"  The TARDIS is dragged down to the planet Vortis where the travellers discover an alien being known as the Animus has taken over the planet, enslaving the antlike Zarbi as soldiers.G
12:00 am 
All Star Film Collection  "An Officer and a Gentleman"  A hardened loner (Richard Gere) shapes up for a military drill instructor (Louis Gossett Jr.) and a factory girl (Debra Winger) from town.G
2:00 am 
Civilizations  "Renaissances"  Travel east and west to explore the connections and rivalries between Renaissance Italy and the Islamic empires that experienced their own cultural flowering in the 15th and 16th centuries. Both spheres were open to influences flowing both ways. D
3:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Idaho's Middle Earth"  Caves were home to our ancestors, providing shelter from the elements. Today, we're still drawn to the dark, the unknown, and even the beauty of what lies beneath our feet. The pitch black world of wild caves -- deep and mysterious limestone caves, as well as the extensive lava tube caves -- present a view of Idaho that is seldom seen.G
3:30 am 
Dialogue  "Rep. John Lewis: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Marcia Franklin talks with Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), the last of the so-called "Big Six" leaders of the African-American civil rights movement. Lewis, who spoke at the 2014 Sun Valley Writers' Conference, talks about some of the major civil rights events in which he participated, his passion for the movement, and what he sees as the current challenges to his and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of a 'beloved community.'G
4:00 am 
Nature  "Super Hummingbirds"  Enter the fast-paced world of hummingbirds through high-speed cameras and breakthrough science. For the first time, see them mate, fight and raise families. They are super hummingbirds-great athletes, yet tender moms who are up for any challenge!. D
5:00 am 
Attenborough's Birds of Paradise   David Attenborough offers his own personal take on the mystery and discovery, obsession and scientific revelation surrounding these elusive birds. He himself has spent a lifetime filming their displays - many for the first time - and researching these birds both in their remote forest homes and in the museums and collections of Europe. He reveals the passion that birds of paradise have brought about in so many human hearts, from collectors and painters to wildlife cameramen. D
6:00 am 
Song of the Stars   Told through the beauty, grace, and power of contemporary dance, the program features performances by Seven Dance Company with narration by astrophysicist Paul Sutter. In this original fusion of science and dance, you will travel through the vast cosmos, witnessing the first stars sparking a revolution from total darkness, the fatal love of two galaxies, a cataclysmic death that brings hope to a new generation, and so much more.G
7:00 am 
Billy Connolly's Tracks Across America   Billy travels from Chicago to Seattle on the mighty Empire Builder. Traveling from east to west, across six states, Billy jumps off to witness a true slice of Americana at the Minnesota State Fair, tackles a world famous Juicy Lucy burger in St. Paul before skirting the badlands of North Dakota, marvels at the thousands of acres of uninterrupted prairie land before arriving in Montana, and concludes in Seattle, where Billy is moved by the tales of homeless residents. Part 1 of 3G
7:45 am 
Idaho Science Journal  "Treasure Valley Water Atlas"  Boise and the Treasure Valley are rich in water resources, but with urban populations exploding and as climate change disrupts traditional patterns, the area's water future is uncertain. Scientists at Boise State University have developed the Treasure Valley Water Atlas to help water managers and policy makers understand from where we get our water comes, how we currently use it and the challenges ahead.G
8:00 am 
Above and Beyond   This film highlights the compelling escape and survival story of former Rhode Island Governor Bruce Sundlun (1920-2011) during World War II. A U.S. Army Air Corps pilot, Sundlun flew a B-17 bomber nicknamed the "Damn Yankee" on a dozen combat missions.G
9:00 am 
Blackfeet Encounter   In July 1806, Meriwether Lewis and another member of the Corps of Discovery killed two Blackfeet warriors and marked the only deadly clash between American Indians and the otherwise peaceful Lewis and Clark Expedition. The documentary also depicts the tragedies and challenges endured by the Blackfeet people during the 19th and 20th centuries, including intertribal fighting, massacres, starvation, unemployment, poverty and racism.G
10:00 am 
Aviators  "Air Rally 2"  The Air Rally continues as the group is met as heroes country after country. That is, the ones who actually make it!. D
10:30 am 
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly  "Pittsburgh - Heinz History, Awesome Aviary & Incline Views"  Colleen, her daughters, and niece start their adventure with a bird's eye view of the city from the Duquesne Incline. They explore a hometown favorite, Sr. John Heinz History Center, get a pierogi-making lesson at Pierogi Plus, and even take a class in glass firing at the Pittsburgh Glass Center, where they make one of-a-kind souvenirs. D
11:00 am 
I'll Have What Phil's Having  "Paris"  For Phil, the City of Lights becomes "The City of Sweets." He indulges in rich hot chocolate, football-sized croissants and vanilla bombes. Then he searches for the best roast chicken and vegetable-centric dishes.G
12:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Idaho's Middle Earth"  Caves were home to our ancestors, providing shelter from the elements. Today, we're still drawn to the dark, the unknown, and even the beauty of what lies beneath our feet. The pitch black world of wild caves -- deep and mysterious limestone caves, as well as the extensive lava tube caves -- present a view of Idaho that is seldom seen.G
12:30 pm 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Vegged Out"  Flavorful, rich, satisfying vegetarian food? It seems impossible, but when you try these heart veggie entrees, you won't even miss the meat. Sara's Rustic Potato and Green Bean Pie couldn't be more filling - and versatile too. There's nothing bland about Spicy Mushroom Enchiladas, cooled off with a blanket of sour cream and avocado. D
1:00 pm 
Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking  "Bozeman, Montana - Melissa Harrison and Eduardo Garcia"  This week on Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Big Sky meets lamb in Bozeman, Montana, where chefs Melissa Harrison and Eduardo Garcia create dishes with a rustic flair. Host Pete Evans joins the chefs in the beautiful Montana terrain for trout fly fishing and the three channel their wild side as they forage for natural and fresh ingredients. This Moveable Feasttakes chef Evans to the spectacular Willow Spring Farm in Montana, where chefs Harrison and Garcia serve a mouthwatering whole roasted lamb on a spit. D
1:30 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "Joshua Tree National Park, Part 2"  In this session, Jerry continues on with showing how to complete the underpainting of the washes and grass areas. Then he begins showing how to start highlighting the sand washes. Now he highlights the background mountains and shows how to dry-brush a soft haze at the base of the mountain. D
2:00 pm 
Dining with the Chef  "Spinach Ohitashi with Chrysanthemums"  The theme this episode is soaking. Chef Saito makes spinach ohitashi, a very popular home-cooked standard, served with a unique twist: adding Japan's best known edible flower, chrysanthemums, for a beautiful finishing touch. They also make kara-age fried chicken, flavored by soaking the chicken first in a soy sauce-based marinade, with their secret ingredient, Chinese chili oil, rounding out the flavor with just a hint of heat. D
2:30 pm 
On Story  "A Conversation with Keenen Ivory Wayans"  Entertainment trailblazer writer/director/producer Keenen Ivory Wayans achieved national prominence when he created the culturally groundbreaking, Emmy award-winning, black-oriented comedy satire In Living Color. In this episode, Wayans talks about his circular path to Hollywood and how In Living Color paved the way for so many artists and subsequent projects. D
3:00 pm 
Dialogue  "Rep. John Lewis: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Marcia Franklin talks with Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), the last of the so-called "Big Six" leaders of the African-American civil rights movement. Lewis, who spoke at the 2014 Sun Valley Writers' Conference, talks about some of the major civil rights events in which he participated, his passion for the movement, and what he sees as the current challenges to his and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of a 'beloved community.'G
3:30 pm 
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4:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Weeknight Japanese Suppers"  Hosts Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster uncover the secrets to a Japanese favorite: crispy pan-fried chicken cutlets. In the Equipment Corner, expert Adam Ried reveals his top for santoku knives, science expert Dan Souza demystifies the science of radiant heat, and then test cook Keith Dresser makes Bridget perfect miso-marinated salmon. D
4:30 pm 
Expeditions with Patrick McMillan  "Hummingbirds - Life In Fast-Forward"  Few creatures capture our attention and admiration more than hummingbirds. These miniature jeweled treasures move at mind-boggling speeds but also have the power to shape and change our world. Join Patrick as he explores the lives and biology of these creatures using high-tech technologies to uncover the secret lives of these little birds that live life in fast-forward. D
5:00 pm 
Civilizations  "Renaissances"  Travel east and west to explore the connections and rivalries between Renaissance Italy and the Islamic empires that experienced their own cultural flowering in the 15th and 16th centuries. Both spheres were open to influences flowing both ways. D
6:00 pm 
Fall In Love with Music  "How Listening Affects Us"  Why do we feel so emotionally affected by certain moments in a musical composition...to the point of getting goose bumps or even to the point of tears? Humorously, this episode begins with 'Brain Day' on the Fall in Love with Music set. 'Effective Surprise' is demonstrated with a short, tonal Bartok piano composition. The importance of developing flexibility as a listener is emphasized by exploring a fugue by Handel. 'Tension and Release,' as a desired musical outcome from a composer's perspective and its effect on the listener, is illustrated with the enthralling orchestral music of Rachmaninoff.G
6:30 pm 
Fall In Love with Music  "Paragraphs Without Words"  Episode Six introduces the idea that perceptive listeners learn to absorb larger segments of musical information - similar to paragraphs in written and spoken language. The music of jazz composer Thelonius Monk is first played by Maestro Maull and then by the Dan Crisci Quartet to illustrate this aspect of listening. Later, Maestro Maull plays music by Robert Schumann to further stress the importance of noticing larger musical 'paragraphs' or sections, opening the way to also discuss 'program music' as opposed to 'abstract music.' The episode ends by revisiting open mindedness and a challenge to recognize a familiar melody 'hidden' in a Mozart composition.G
7:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Zac Brown Band"  Savor an hour with Grammy-winning, multi-platinum Southern country rock act Zac Brown Band. The Atlanta octet performs songs from its latest record Welcome Home, as well as its greatest hits. D
8:00 pm 
Great Performances at the Met  "L'Elisir d'Amore"  Donizetti's comedy charms with Matthew Polenzani and Pretty Yende. The poor country boy Nemorino wins the love of wealthy and beautiful Adina-with the help of a magic elixir sold by the traveling "doctor" Dulcamara. Susanna Phillips hosts. D
10:30 pm 
Fall In Love with Music  "How Listening Affects Us"  Why do we feel so emotionally affected by certain moments in a musical composition...to the point of getting goose bumps or even to the point of tears? Humorously, this episode begins with 'Brain Day' on the Fall in Love with Music set. 'Effective Surprise' is demonstrated with a short, tonal Bartok piano composition. The importance of developing flexibility as a listener is emphasized by exploring a fugue by Handel. 'Tension and Release,' as a desired musical outcome from a composer's perspective and its effect on the listener, is illustrated with the enthralling orchestral music of Rachmaninoff.G
11:00 pm 
Fall In Love with Music  "Paragraphs Without Words"  Episode Six introduces the idea that perceptive listeners learn to absorb larger segments of musical information - similar to paragraphs in written and spoken language. The music of jazz composer Thelonius Monk is first played by Maestro Maull and then by the Dan Crisci Quartet to illustrate this aspect of listening. Later, Maestro Maull plays music by Robert Schumann to further stress the importance of noticing larger musical 'paragraphs' or sections, opening the way to also discuss 'program music' as opposed to 'abstract music.' The episode ends by revisiting open mindedness and a challenge to recognize a familiar melody 'hidden' in a Mozart composition.G
11:30 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Zac Brown Band"  Savor an hour with Grammy-winning, multi-platinum Southern country rock act Zac Brown Band. The Atlanta octet performs songs from its latest record Welcome Home, as well as its greatest hits. D
12:00 am 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Making Sense of Randomness"  Probability is the mathematical study of randomness, or events in which the outcome is uncertain. This unit examines probability, tracing its evolution from a way to improve chances at the gaming table to modern applications of understanding traffic flow and financial markets. D
12:30 am 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Geometries Beyond Euclid"  Our first exposure to geometry is that of Euclid, in which all triangles have 180 degrees. As it turns out, triangles can have more or less than 180 degrees. This unit explores these curved spaces that are at once otherwordly and firmly of this world. D
1:00 am 
Learning Math: Patterns, Functions & Algebra  "More Non-Linear Functions"  Investigate more non-linear functions, focusing on cyclic and reciprocal functions. Become familiar with inverse proportions and cyclic functions, develop an understanding of cyclic functions as repeating outputs, work with graphs, and explore contexts where inverse proportions and cyclic functions arise. Explore situations in which more than one function may fit a particular set of data.G
1:30 am 
Learning Math: Patterns, Functions & Algebra  "Algebraic Structure"  Take a closer look at "algebraic structure" by examining the properties and processes of functions. Explore important concepts in the study of algebraic structure, discover new algebraic structures, and solve equations in these new structures.G
2:00 am 
Learning Science Through Inquiry  "Connecting Other Subjects to Inquiry"  This program explores how to use subjects like mathematics and language to further scientific inquiry and understanding of science concepts, and conversely, how science can aid learning in other subjects. It also reiterates the benefits of learning science through inquiry and explores your "next steps" along the inquiry journey.G
3:00 am 
Whole Child, The: A Caregiver's Guide to the First Five Years  "I'm Glad I'm Me"  Recognizing children's accomplishments and offering opportunities for individual choice. D
3:30 am 
Whole Child, The: A Caregiver's Guide to the First Five Years  "Listening to Families"  Ways to help families deal with everyday problems and life crises. D
4:00 am 
Ethics In America II  "My Brother's Keeper"  In a neighborhood perhaps like your own, in a family perhaps not too different from yours, individuals struggle with their college applications, with promotions at work, with the actions of their neighbors, and try to determine what to do when important values about questions of fairness, loyalty, secrets, and trust conflict.G
5:00 am 
Science Trek  "Weather"  Host Joan Cartan-Hansen discusses weather and climate with meteorologists Vin Crosby and Robyn Heffernan. She also takes students inside the National Weather Service office to see how meteorologists collect the data they need to predict the weather.G
5:30 am 
Roadtrip Nation  "Albuquerque - Atlanta"  The Roadtrippers are in Albuquerque, N.M., salvaging what they can from their burnt Green RV-the aftermath of a mechanical fire that caused the vehicle to burn down. After they decide that they want to continue their Roadtrip, a few of the Roadtrip Nation staff arrive and they're given a new Green RV named "Norm. D
6:00 am 
Travels with Darley  "Little Rock, Arkansas"  Explore the best of Little Rock, the capital of the state of Arkansas. Darley joins locals to enjoy top BBQ, tasty, artisanal ice cream and baked sweets in various neighborhoods foodies will love. She explores the River Trail by Segway, marveling at public art in the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden. D
6:30 am 
Music Voyager  "Miami: The Magic City"  Everyone recognizes Miami's neon glow, golden-sand beaches ad art deco hotels, but few truly know the vibrant multi-cultural communities that call this city home. Host Jacob Edgar explores the fiery sounds of Miami's electronic dance music scene, as well as its Latin and Haitian grooves, with Afrobeta, The Spam All Stars, T-Vice and Locos Por Juana. Jacob gets buzzed on Cuban coffee, tours the colorful mural district by bike and takes on the daunting Colombian hot dog, enjoying the spontaneous creativity and color that keeps the city pulsing day and night. D
7:00 am 
Travels with Darley  "France's Western Front Part I"  Experience World War I history in an active way on a journey along the Western Front in Northeastern France. Local experts guide Darley by bicycle and foot through the cities of Verdun and Metz to sample famous foods like Quiche Lorraine and visit battlefields, American cemeteries and memorials, combining rich cuisine with history related to The Great War. D
7:30 am 
A Craftsman's Legacy  "The Bicycle Maker"  Oh, the freedom of two wheels! Host Eric Gorges discovers how master bicycle maker, Stephen Bilenky, brazes bikes and has made a living for over 30 years doing exactly what he loves. D
8:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Belgium: Bruges and Brussels"  Rick explores this land of contrasts from the powerhouse headquarters of the European Union and Europe's grandest square in Belgium to small-town Bruges with its back-land bicycle rides. He checks into a medieval hospital, savors exquisite art and climbs a bell tower.G
8:30 am 
Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa  "Amsterdam and the Netherlands"  Rudy bicycles to Amsterdam's great art museums, prowls windmills and visits the Hague.G
9:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Rome: Ancient Glory"  Rick takes a fresh look at Rome by exploring the traces of life in the capital of the ancient world - visiting the Colosseum and the Pantheon, and viewing the empire's art. Then he goes by bicycle to see the Appian Way and the other marvels of Roman engineering. Part 1 of 3G
9:30 am 
Fringe Benefits  "Pittsburgh"  This former rust belt city is undergoing a renaissance. We meet a French and Indian War re-enactor and learn the rich history of the region, and its important location at the "three rivers." We join an adventure guide for a bike tour through new rail-to-trail paths, and get a taste of local agriculture with a visit to the Ligonier farmers' market. D
10:00 am 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "No Passport Necessary"  You don't have to leave home to relax and take a break from life. P. Allen Smith will show you how to incorporate the vacation style and mindset into your everyday. D
10:30 am 
Growing a Greener World  "The 50-Mile Bouquet: Why Local Matters with Flowers, Too (Skagit Valley, WA)"  We've all heard the term "sustainably grown." But have you ever stopped to consider that it can apply to more than food? In fact, the flowers you put on your dinner table (unless you grew them yourself) are likely loaded with pesticides that were applied when they were growing in foreign countries thousands of miles away. While the multi-billion-dollar floral industry creates a beautiful product, the growing practices to bring it to market are anything but. D
11:00 am 
Jacques Pepin: Heart & Soul  "Wonders of the Sea"  Arriving in New York with a repertoire of French recipes and techniques, Jacques joined the team at Howard Johnson to learn about American food. Today, he shares his expansive knowledge of that cookery, combining it with his traditional French training. Starting with a simple seafood salad, packed with a smorgasbord of marine favorites, then, continuing with the fish theme, making a spicy shrimp with cocktail sauce. D
11:30 am 
Lidia's Kitchen  "Heartwarming Favorites"  Today, Lidia creates the ultimate heartwarming dinner table filled with dishes that deliver flavor, comfort and love in every bite. She starts with a soothing rice and lentil soup topped with cheese and olive oil; roasted olives with orange and rosemary are an exciting accompaniment to any meal; and ricotta meatloaf, a family favorite, packed with cheese and topped with fresh tomato sauce and even more cheese is the star of the show. D
12:00 pm 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Making Sense of Randomness"  Probability is the mathematical study of randomness, or events in which the outcome is uncertain. This unit examines probability, tracing its evolution from a way to improve chances at the gaming table to modern applications of understanding traffic flow and financial markets. D
12:30 pm 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Geometries Beyond Euclid"  Our first exposure to geometry is that of Euclid, in which all triangles have 180 degrees. As it turns out, triangles can have more or less than 180 degrees. This unit explores these curved spaces that are at once otherwordly and firmly of this world. D
1:00 pm 
Learning Math: Patterns, Functions & Algebra  "More Non-Linear Functions"  Investigate more non-linear functions, focusing on cyclic and reciprocal functions. Become familiar with inverse proportions and cyclic functions, develop an understanding of cyclic functions as repeating outputs, work with graphs, and explore contexts where inverse proportions and cyclic functions arise. Explore situations in which more than one function may fit a particular set of data.G
1:30 pm 
Learning Math: Patterns, Functions & Algebra  "Algebraic Structure"  Take a closer look at "algebraic structure" by examining the properties and processes of functions. Explore important concepts in the study of algebraic structure, discover new algebraic structures, and solve equations in these new structures.G
2:00 pm 
Learning Science Through Inquiry  "Connecting Other Subjects to Inquiry"  This program explores how to use subjects like mathematics and language to further scientific inquiry and understanding of science concepts, and conversely, how science can aid learning in other subjects. It also reiterates the benefits of learning science through inquiry and explores your "next steps" along the inquiry journey.G
3:00 pm 
Whole Child, The: A Caregiver's Guide to the First Five Years  "I'm Glad I'm Me"  Recognizing children's accomplishments and offering opportunities for individual choice. D
3:30 pm 
Whole Child, The: A Caregiver's Guide to the First Five Years  "Listening to Families"  Ways to help families deal with everyday problems and life crises. D
4:00 pm 
Critical Issues In School Reform  "Innovations In Professional Collaboration: A Community of Learners"  At Souhegan High School in Amherst, New Hampshire, teachers regularly gather feedback on their teaching practice from peers as well as students, as part of a school-wide effort to make Souhegan a genuine community of learners. D
4:30 pm 
Critical Issues In School Reform  "Looking At Student Work: A Window Into The Classroom"  Teachers at Norview High School in Norfolk, Virginia, demonstrate the collaborative examination of student work and discuss its value and implications for teaching practice. D
5:00 pm 
Science Trek  "Weather"  Host Joan Cartan-Hansen discusses weather and climate with meteorologists Vin Crosby and Robyn Heffernan. She also takes students inside the National Weather Service office to see how meteorologists collect the data they need to predict the weather.G
5:30 pm 
Roadtrip Nation  "Albuquerque - Atlanta"  The Roadtrippers are in Albuquerque, N.M., salvaging what they can from their burnt Green RV-the aftermath of a mechanical fire that caused the vehicle to burn down. After they decide that they want to continue their Roadtrip, a few of the Roadtrip Nation staff arrive and they're given a new Green RV named "Norm. D
6:00 pm 
Travels with Darley  "Little Rock, Arkansas"  Explore the best of Little Rock, the capital of the state of Arkansas. Darley joins locals to enjoy top BBQ, tasty, artisanal ice cream and baked sweets in various neighborhoods foodies will love. She explores the River Trail by Segway, marveling at public art in the Vogel Schwartz Sculpture Garden. D
6:30 pm 
Music Voyager  "Miami: The Magic City"  Everyone recognizes Miami's neon glow, golden-sand beaches ad art deco hotels, but few truly know the vibrant multi-cultural communities that call this city home. Host Jacob Edgar explores the fiery sounds of Miami's electronic dance music scene, as well as its Latin and Haitian grooves, with Afrobeta, The Spam All Stars, T-Vice and Locos Por Juana. Jacob gets buzzed on Cuban coffee, tours the colorful mural district by bike and takes on the daunting Colombian hot dog, enjoying the spontaneous creativity and color that keeps the city pulsing day and night. D
7:00 pm 
Travels with Darley  "France's Western Front Part I"  Experience World War I history in an active way on a journey along the Western Front in Northeastern France. Local experts guide Darley by bicycle and foot through the cities of Verdun and Metz to sample famous foods like Quiche Lorraine and visit battlefields, American cemeteries and memorials, combining rich cuisine with history related to The Great War. D
7:30 pm 
A Craftsman's Legacy  "The Bicycle Maker"  Oh, the freedom of two wheels! Host Eric Gorges discovers how master bicycle maker, Stephen Bilenky, brazes bikes and has made a living for over 30 years doing exactly what he loves. D
8:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Belgium: Bruges and Brussels"  Rick explores this land of contrasts from the powerhouse headquarters of the European Union and Europe's grandest square in Belgium to small-town Bruges with its back-land bicycle rides. He checks into a medieval hospital, savors exquisite art and climbs a bell tower.G
8:30 pm 
Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa  "Amsterdam and the Netherlands"  Rudy bicycles to Amsterdam's great art museums, prowls windmills and visits the Hague.G
9:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Rome: Ancient Glory"  Rick takes a fresh look at Rome by exploring the traces of life in the capital of the ancient world - visiting the Colosseum and the Pantheon, and viewing the empire's art. Then he goes by bicycle to see the Appian Way and the other marvels of Roman engineering. Part 1 of 3G
9:30 pm 
Fringe Benefits  "Pittsburgh"  This former rust belt city is undergoing a renaissance. We meet a French and Indian War re-enactor and learn the rich history of the region, and its important location at the "three rivers." We join an adventure guide for a bike tour through new rail-to-trail paths, and get a taste of local agriculture with a visit to the Ligonier farmers' market. D
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Italian Chicken"  Hosts Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster go into the test kitchen together to uncover the secrets to better chicken marsala. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews manual citrus juicers in the Equipment Corner. Finally, test cook Erin McMurrer shows Bridget how to make the ultimate skillet-roasted chicken in lemon sauce at home. D
10:30 pm 
Growing a Greener World  "The 50-Mile Bouquet: Why Local Matters with Flowers, Too (Skagit Valley, WA)"  We've all heard the term "sustainably grown." But have you ever stopped to consider that it can apply to more than food? In fact, the flowers you put on your dinner table (unless you grew them yourself) are likely loaded with pesticides that were applied when they were growing in foreign countries thousands of miles away. While the multi-billion-dollar floral industry creates a beautiful product, the growing practices to bring it to market are anything but. D
11:00 pm 
Family Ingredients  "Tahiti - Poisson Cru"  Modern seafarers proved that Polynesians navigated their world in canoes, following the stars. Meet a crew member on a worldwide voyage with a stop at his ancestral home - a family moment to remember and a dish never to forget. D
11:30 pm 
Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi  "Where Asia Meets Europe (Turkey)"  Turkey is a country that crosses two continents, full of rich dance and music, from the bustling city of Istanbul to the fairy caves in Cappadocia. Mickela's magical journey through Turkey connects her with the locals through the universal language of dance. D
12:00 am 
Civilizations  "Renaissances"  Travel east and west to explore the connections and rivalries between Renaissance Italy and the Islamic empires that experienced their own cultural flowering in the 15th and 16th centuries. Both spheres were open to influences flowing both ways. D
1:00 am 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
2:00 am 
7:02 am 
My Love Affair with the Brain: The Life & Science of Dr. Marian Diamond   How can you not fall in love with a woman who carries around a preserved human brain inside a giant flowery hat box? Meet Dr. Marian Diamond, renowned academic and research scientist, and prepare to be smitten. Catherine Ryan and Gary Weimberg's film follows this remarkable woman over a 5-year period and introduces the viewer to both her many scientific accomplishments and the warm, funny, and thoroughly charming woman herself, who describes her 60-year career researching the human brain as "pure joy." As one of the founders of modern neuroscience, it's no exaggeration to say that Dr. Diamond changed science, and society at large in dramatic ways over the course of her career. D
8:00 am 
Civilizations  "Renaissances"  Travel east and west to explore the connections and rivalries between Renaissance Italy and the Islamic empires that experienced their own cultural flowering in the 15th and 16th centuries. Both spheres were open to influences flowing both ways. D
9:00 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Economic Boost"  NULL
9:30 am 
Second Opinion  "Sudden Cardiac Arrest In Young Athletes"  Patient Story: Sudden cardiac arrest is usually caused by an electrical disturbance in the heart, and leads to a sudden loss of heart function, breathing and consciousness. Nine out of 10 people who experience sudden cardiac arrest, die from it. Fortunately, star basketball player Mike Papale survived because of the quick reaction of an EMT, who immediately initiated CPR and the chain of survival. D
10:00 am 
Idaho Reports   NULL
10:30 am 
Edge of the Everglades: Big Cypress National Preserve   On the western edge of the Everglades, beyond the saw grass prairies of the famed River of Grass, lies the cypress-studded marshland known as the Big Cypress Swamp. The vast wet wilderness - once slated to house the world's largest jetport - now stands as a testament to compromise. This film tells the story of the massive, mysterious marshland that inspires deep passions for - and bitter debate about - one of the world's last great wild places.G
11:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Gems & Geology"  Incredible heat and pressure have conspired to make Idaho the Gem State. Outdoor Idaho explores the state's fascinating geology.and searches for hidden treasures with folks as interesting as the rocks they find. D
11:30 am 
Dialogue  "Rep. John Lewis: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Marcia Franklin talks with Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), the last of the so-called "Big Six" leaders of the African-American civil rights movement. Lewis, who spoke at the 2014 Sun Valley Writers' Conference, talks about some of the major civil rights events in which he participated, his passion for the movement, and what he sees as the current challenges to his and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of a 'beloved community.'G
12:00 pm 
The Story of China  "The Last Empire/The Age of Revolution"  The First Opium War and the birth of today's China after the 20th-century revolutions are examined.G
2:00 pm 
Civilizations  "Renaissances"  Travel east and west to explore the connections and rivalries between Renaissance Italy and the Islamic empires that experienced their own cultural flowering in the 15th and 16th centuries. Both spheres were open to influences flowing both ways. D
3:00 pm 
3:30 pm 
Washington Week   NULL
4:00 pm 
DW Focus On Europe   Giant cruise ships dock in Venice daily - and pose a threat to the city's fragile cultural heritage. More and more Turks are buying firearms illegally, and ever more women and children are being killed by them. D
4:30 pm 
In Principle   NULL
5:00 pm 
Trust Docs  "Storytelling Across The Globe"  Virtual reality experiences, comic books, and architectural mapping are all forms of storytelling being used by artists and activists around the world to raise awareness of social problems. From calling out sexual assault in India to documenting war crimes in Gaza, these modes of communication are connecting people to issues across the world. D
5:30 pm 
Poetry In America  "Musee Des Beaux Arts - W.H. Auden"  Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power, journalist and ethicist David Brooks, and poet, professor, and painter Peter Sacks join Elisa New to ponder W.H. Auden's World War II-era reflection on suffering: "Musee des Beaux Arts.". D
6:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Gems & Geology"  Incredible heat and pressure have conspired to make Idaho the Gem State. Outdoor Idaho explores the state's fascinating geology.and searches for hidden treasures with folks as interesting as the rocks they find. D
6:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Rep. John Lewis: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Marcia Franklin talks with Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), the last of the so-called "Big Six" leaders of the African-American civil rights movement. Lewis, who spoke at the 2014 Sun Valley Writers' Conference, talks about some of the major civil rights events in which he participated, his passion for the movement, and what he sees as the current challenges to his and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream of a 'beloved community.'G
7:00 pm 
Rudy and Neal Go Fishing   Angler Neal Stark helps veterans by taking them out fishing in South Florida's beautiful waters. Neal's calm demeanor and supportive approach enable Rudy Watt, a U.S. Army veteran suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, to spend a relaxing day out on a boat and enjoy time with his companion. A tournament fisherman with an unusual professional background, Neal is clear about the fact he is not a therapist. Rather, he's someone who appreciates what our veterans have done, and feels he can help them escape, if not overcome, their anxiety and other symptoms related to PTSD.G
7:30 pm 
Untold Stories: Mina Miller Edison, The Wizard's Wife   The wife of Thomas Edison hints at a little-known side of the prolific inventor in her diary entries and reveals her own struggles and accomplishments. Drawn from diaries and letters, this film explores Mina's own impact through the seeds sown in their gardens and her personal charity workG
8:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "Random Acts of Legacy"  Today, we have the luxury of being able to document our lives in an instant, but during the Great Depression and into the 1950s, this luxury was almost nonexistent. Filmmaker and director Ali Kazimi knew he stumbled upon a rare artifact when he found himself in an online bidding war for film footage from 1936 to 1951. The old home movies had a name attached to it, Silas Fung, and offered a little-seen glimpse into how a Chinese family embraced American customs. D
9:00 pm 
Giap's Last Day at the Ironing Board Factory   In 1975, Giap, a pregnant Vietnamese refugee, escapes Saigon in a boat and within weeks is working on an assembly line in Indiana. Decades later, her aspiring filmmaker son documents her final day of work at America's last ironing board factory. D
9:30 pm 
Mr. Tanimoto's Journey   After the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, 120,000 American citizens of Japanese descent were wrongfully imprisoned in internment camps across the country. Jim Tanimoto, born in in California is the last living member of a group of men known as Block 42, who bravely protested the loss of their constitutional rights. This is his story. D
10:00 pm 
Hedy Lamarr: American Masters   Discover the story of the beautiful and talented actress who was also an ingenious inventor. Her pioneering work helped revolutionize modern communication, including WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth.G
11:30 pm 
Untold Stories: Mina Miller Edison, The Wizard's Wife   The wife of Thomas Edison hints at a little-known side of the prolific inventor in her diary entries and reveals her own struggles and accomplishments. Drawn from diaries and letters, this film explores Mina's own impact through the seeds sown in their gardens and her personal charity workG
12:00 am 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel Wants to Be Alone/Daniel's Alone Space"  Daniel Wants to Be Alone - While playing with his friends at school, Daniel decides he would like to spend some time alone. Daniel's Alone Space - When Daniel receives a new "Tigey the Adventure Tiger" book from Grandpere in the mail, he sits down to read it, but keeps getting distracted by Margaret. Daniel learns that when he wants to be alone, he can find a place of his very own. D
12:30 am 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel's Goldfish Dies/Daniel's Strawberry Seeds"  Daniel's Goldfish Dies - When Daniel's pet fish dies, he begins to ask questions about what happened to help him understand what death means, and how to handle the emotions that often come with losing someone you love. Daniel's Strawberry Seeds - Daniel and Katerina go to the Enchanted Garden to pick strawberries, only to find that the strawberry plants are dead. They ask questions to help them understand what's happened and learn what it means when something dies. D
1:00 am 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Sweet Pea Pixie/Pink Piper"  It's time for the Sweet Pea Pixies to emerge from their pods in the Pinkville Community Garden, but one pixie has trouble flying. It's up to Pinkalicious and Peter to show her how to spread her wings and take off! Pinkalicious writes a song about her favorite color for school, but no matter where she goes to practice, she keeps getting interrupted by dogs barking, frogs chirping, and cows moo'ing. But why? It's almost like they like pink as much as she does. D
1:30 am 
Ready Jet Go!  "Mindy's Ice Rink/Measure for Measure"  Mindy is impatient for winter, because she wants to ice skate. So Jet, Sean, Sydney, and Celery fly to Saturn's icy rings to gather ice from them and return to build a Saturn-ringed skating rink around Jet's house. Jet, Sydney, Sean, Mindy, and Sunspot decide to make a scaled replica of the solar system using found items in their own neighborhood and in doing so learn that an Astronomical Unit is the distance from the Earth to the Sun. D
2:00 am 
Nature Cat  "Stop That Squirrel/Onward and Pondward"  Stop That Squirrel - Oh yeah! Nature Cat and his pals can't wait for a day of backyard bird watching! And Nature Cat has a sure-fire way to attract the birds - the bird feeder! But things take a turn when a grey squirrel named Cruiser breaks into the birdfeed and takes all the birdseed for himself. Squirrel Power! Can Nature Cat and the gang build a bird feeder that Cruiser can't conquer and save their day of backyard bird watching? Onward and Pondward - Nature Cat and his pals meet a Little Duckling who's in a hurry to leave his pond home - for good! But why would a Duckling want to leave such a beautiful place? It's pond-tastic! The truth is, the Duckling is scared of water! Water.why'd it have to be water? Maybe Nature Cat and the Duckling can try to overcome their fear of water together? Tally ho!. D
2:30 am 
Nature Cat  "Playground-Palooza/Small But Big"  Playground-Palooza - When Nature Cat, Squeeks, Daisy and Hal learn that their city dog friend Sadie is sad because she really misses playing with her friends out in nature, Nature Cat has a great idea to make her feel better. They will bring the nature fun to Sadie right in the middle of the city! The gang loves the idea, but there is one small question: how are they going to bring nature into the city?! Small But Big - Squeeks is so excited because today is The Small But Big Art Fair, and she is making a small but big masterpiece for it! The others are excited to go see it, but getting there proves to be difficult because the directions are really for small creatures and will require Daisy, Nature Cat and Hal to use magnifying glasses to help them get there. D
3:00 am 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Pink Lemonade/Pink Shoes"  Pinkalicious and Peter start a lemonade stand to save up money to buy new art supplies and toys. The only problem? No customers! If they want to make some money, they'll have to get creative but how? Hopscotch-Palooza is here, and Pinkalicious can't wait to play, but her favorite pink sneakers are too small. With a little help from her mom, she makes a new pair that are even more pinka-perfect than her old shoes. D
3:30 am 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Gnome More Nonsense/Space Dancing"  Pinkalicious and Peter are thrilled when they discover Norman the Garden Gnome living in their backyard. He is great at keeping the bunnies away from their flowers, but he's not so great at playing pretend. It's up to Pinkalicious to show Norman that using your imagination can be both helpful and fun! Pinkalicious and her friends are putting on a dance show, but Peter gets discouraged when he keeps making mistakes. D
4:00 am 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Indoor Camp-In/The Flutterbugs"  Pinkalicious and Peter have been looking forward to having a campout in their yard, but plans change when it starts raining. That won't stop them, though. With a little imagination, some scissors and paint, indoor camping can be just as fun as camping outside! Pinkalicious and her friends are all set for a pinkerrific tea party - that is, until some unexpected guests buzz in. D
4:30 am 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Secret Sculpture/The Celebrator"  Pinkalicious, Peter and friends set out to explore Pinkville Green and discover a secret statue to play on! Mr. Crunk tells them not to touch the art, but it looks so fun! Can you play with art? Pinkville's birthday is coming up, and Mommy has made just the invention for the occasion - the celebrator! It's so much fun to use that Pinkalicious can't stop celebrating -- every little thing -- until celebrating becomes, well, a little annoying. D
5:00 am 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Sweet Pea Pixie/Pink Piper"  It's time for the Sweet Pea Pixies to emerge from their pods in the Pinkville Community Garden, but one pixie has trouble flying. It's up to Pinkalicious and Peter to show her how to spread her wings and take off! Pinkalicious writes a song about her favorite color for school, but no matter where she goes to practice, she keeps getting interrupted by dogs barking, frogs chirping, and cows moo'ing. But why? It's almost like they like pink as much as she does. D
5:30 am 
Arthur  "The Butler Did....What?/The Trouble with Trophies"  The Butler Did.What? - Bailey is missing! He just left, leaving no note. With the help of the Baxter Detective Agency, Muffy discovers a series of clues. D
6:00 am 
Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman  "That Sculpture Isn't Yours, It's Mime"  Ruff learns that he's horrible at charades. To help him figure out how to act without making a sound, he sends Emmie and Marc to meet some mimes. Then he sends Jay and Rubye to learn how to make sculptures that move called kinetic sculptures. D
6:30 am 
Cyberchase  "A Renewable Hope"  Hacker has finally captured those Earth brats on the Wreaker! Before he can decide what to do next, an alarm goes off.the Wreaker is out of fuel! He lands on the nearest cybersite, Ekardia, an eerie place with no one in sight and no way to contact anyone. He has only one choice: enlist the CyberSquad's help so they can ALL get back home. D
7:00 am 
Cyberchase  "Trading Places"  The kids learn to trade, barter and create a monetary system to rebuild their crashed cybercraft.G
7:30 am 
WordGirl  "The Rise Of Miss Power, Part 3/the Rise Of Miss Power, Part 4"  THE RISE OF MISS POWER, PART 3 - Miss Power has taken the bullying thing way too far and WordGirl doesn't like being associated with such a mean person. But when WordGirl tries to stand up to Miss Power, she gets belittled and stripped of her super hero star. Dejected and sulking, Becky goes home to her family. D
8:00 am 
Arthur  "Prunella The Packrat/What's in a Name?"  Prunella the Packrat - Prunella saves everything - ticket stubs, quizzes from second grade, pencil stubs, broken shoe laces.you name it and it's in her closet! Can Arthur help her break her packrat habits in time to put together the display for the school's Earth Day fair? Or is Prunella doomed to drown in her clutter? What's in a Name? - Binky find out that his real name isn't Binky, it's. Shelley?!! He's certain he will have to leave town - or at least school - having this silly name. D
8:30 am 
Arthur  "Muffy's Classy Classics Club/Best Enemies"  Muffy's Classy Classics Club - Muffy buys all of the pretty books and pretty dolls in the Pretty Pioneers series, and invites her friends to join a pretty book club. But she can't take their criticisms that the books are, well, rather poorly written. Will the book club disband or can Muffy open up to new literary experiences? Best Enemies - Mom has new clients coming over and they have a daughter who is D.W. D
9:00 am 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Who Can See The Wind?/Gravity Drop"  Sally wants to fly her kite but can't seem to work out the timing to get the wind right - after all, you can't see wind. The Cat takes them to Windnasium where they learn to "see" wind in all kinds of ways. When Nick's favorite flyer gets stuck in the tree, Nick wishes he could jump really high and retrieve it, but gravity holds him down. D
9:30 am 
Sesame Street  "Make Your Garden"  Elmo has made sure that his apple tree has good soil, water and sunshine, but he still needs to learn how to be patient and wait for it to grow. D
10:00 am 
Peg + Cat  "The Funky Seventies Problem/The Umbrella Problem"  The Funky Seventies Problem - Woodstock. Peg's grandparents love groovy 60s tunes, but their pet goats only want 70s funk! Can Peg save the family? Primary Content: Counting, comparing 10s Secondary Content: Ordinal numbers. The Umbrella Problem - The Park. D
10:30 am 
Super Why!  "The Rhyming Carnival"  Red wants to show Whyatt a trick with her new toy, but she can't make it spin and it keeps dropping. To solve her problem, the Super Readers jump into the book The Rhyming Carnival where they meet Aidan, a boy who wants to win a stuffed purple porcupine at the carnival midway. The Super Readers help Aidan slow down so that he can find the rhyming words he needs to win the prize. D
11:00 am 
Clifford The Big Red Dog  "Morning, Noon, and Night/Mr. Bleakman's Special Day"  "Morning, Noon, and Night"--Cleo and Clifford are excited to learn that Cleo will be Clifford's guest for a weekend while her house is being painted! But soon Cleo is filling Clifford's doghouse with her stuff, taking over his bed and butting in on his time alone with Emily Elizabeth. It takes time, but Cleo eventually perceives how to be a good houseguest. "Mr. D
11:30 am 
Caillou  "Try, Try Again"  Caillou, Grandpa and Dad go for a special hike in the woods. Caillou has to catch a falling leaf before it touches the ground. After a while he gets frustrated but Grandpa tells him to try and try again, that is the only way. D
12:00 pm 
Sid The Science Kid  "The Rolie Polie"  Sid loves his little rolie polie bugs, but they're so little he can't figure out how they move. At school, he discovers an amazing science tool: the magnifying glass! Sid and his friends explore their world using the magnifying glass to make things look bigger, like freckles on their skin, little pebbles and rolie polie legs!. D
12:30 pm 
WordWorld  "The Race to Mystery Island/A Star Is Born"  The Race to Mystery Island: Pig and Frog are trying to out-do each other. Their competition results in a big race to Mystery Island. While each WordFriend builds himself several words to thwart his competitor along the way, Pig and Frog both finally come to realize that the only way they'll succeed is to work together. D
1:00 pm 
Peep and the Big Wide World (Apt)  "The Tooth, The Whole Tooth and..../The Winter of Qu"  NULL
1:30 pm 
Super Why!  "The Rhyming Carnival"  Red wants to show Whyatt a trick with her new toy, but she can't make it spin and it keeps dropping. To solve her problem, the Super Readers jump into the book The Rhyming Carnival where they meet Aidan, a boy who wants to win a stuffed purple porcupine at the carnival midway. The Super Readers help Aidan slow down so that he can find the rhyming words he needs to win the prize. D
2:00 pm 
Sesame Street  "Make Your Garden"  Elmo has made sure that his apple tree has good soil, water and sunshine, but he still needs to learn how to be patient and wait for it to grow. D
2:30 pm 
Dinosaur Train  "Shiny and Snakes/Tiny Loves Flowers"  Shiny gets over her fear of snakes when Tiny challenges the Nature Trackers to meet the ultimate snake: the Sanajeh, a huge Cretaceous snake from what is now India. Dad takes the kids on the Dinosaur Train to find Sana Sanajeh, who may be huge, but turns out to be quite friendly. Once Shiny and Sana become friends, Shiny returns home with the knowledge that snakes aren't scary - they're just another part of nature! Tiny is horrified when her favorite buttercups all wilt, so Mom takes her and the family to the Big Pond, where she remembers seeing a whole lot of buttercups in bloom. D
3:00 pm 
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
3:30 pm 
Splash and Bubbles  "Here Comes The Hammerhead/Denny's New Shell"  When Splash and Bubbles hear that one of Ripple's Brothers has wandered off, they join Ripple's search, while enlisting the help of Zee and her new friend, Hamilton the hammerhead shark, to find him. / Maury discovers Denny's molted exoskeleton in the reef and assumes something must be wrong with "the real Denny," so he enlists the help of Splash and friends to find her, only to discover that she has simply molted. D
4:00 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Time for Daniel/There's Time for Daniel and Baby Too"  Time for Daniel Daniel is playing adventure tiger at home with Dad, but things are not quite the same, now that Baby Margaret is around. Daniel is upset that Dad keeps interrupting their play to take care of Baby Margaret, but Daniel learns that there's time for the baby and time for Daniel, too. There's Time for Daniel and Baby Too Daniel is still getting used to have the new baby around. D
4:30 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel Fixes Trolley/Problem Solver Daniel"  Daniel Fixes Trolley - Daniel accidentally breaks a wheel off Trolley while playing. When Mom is too busy to help Daniel put the wheel back on, she urges him to try to figure it out on his own and explains that fixing it on his own will make him feel good about himself. Problem Solver Daniel - Daniel is playing with Miss Elaina and they accidentally break one of the toys. D
5:00 pm 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Pink Lemonade/Pink Shoes"  Pinkalicious and Peter start a lemonade stand to save up money to buy new art supplies and toys. The only problem? No customers! If they want to make some money, they'll have to get creative but how? Hopscotch-Palooza is here, and Pinkalicious can't wait to play, but her favorite pink sneakers are too small. With a little help from her mom, she makes a new pair that are even more pinka-perfect than her old shoes. D
5:30 pm 
Ready Jet Go!  "Space Junk/Scientific Sean"  "Space Junk" - After learning about space junk, the kids are determined to help do their part to clean up their "space neighborhood." They meet up with Uncle Zucchini, a long-time galaxy garbage man! Using Bortronian technology, they start a cleanup. During the course of the day, our kids learn that recycling is necessary both on Earth and in space! Curriculum: The outer space region around Earth swarms with millions of pieces of man-made space junk that create potential hazards. D
6:00 pm 
Nature Cat  "Slime Time/Rock Stars"  Slime Time - Nature Cat can't wait to play with his favorite yarn ball! But when he goes to take it out of its super secret hiding spot? .it's gone?! Where could it be? The gang sets out to find the culprit and rescue Nature Cat's favorite toy. Along they way they find help from an unlikely slimey source. D
6:30 pm 
Nature Cat  "Gimme Shelter/Goin' Batty"  Gimme Shelter - The gang cannot wait to get to Lookout Point, the premiere spot to watch sunsets! It's supposed to be beautiful and colorful! They run on, nothing can stop them now! Uh oh, spoke to soon! A change in the weather does stop them, as it gets really cloudy and windy! Squeeks thinks it's going to rain! Can the gang find shelter before the dastardly downpour? Tally ho! Goin' Batty - Nature Cat can't wait to get to Cocono Cave! At dusk the bats fly out all together into the early evening sky! It's supposed to be an amazing nature sight! But getting there proves to be a big problem for Nature Cat, who has a series of mishaps, leaving him to question his love of nature. Gasp! Oh no, say it isn't so!. D
7:00 pm 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Pink Lemonade/Pink Shoes"  Pinkalicious and Peter start a lemonade stand to save up money to buy new art supplies and toys. The only problem? No customers! If they want to make some money, they'll have to get creative but how? Hopscotch-Palooza is here, and Pinkalicious can't wait to play, but her favorite pink sneakers are too small. With a little help from her mom, she makes a new pair that are even more pinka-perfect than her old shoes. D
7:30 pm 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Gnome More Nonsense/Space Dancing"  Pinkalicious and Peter are thrilled when they discover Norman the Garden Gnome living in their backyard. He is great at keeping the bunnies away from their flowers, but he's not so great at playing pretend. It's up to Pinkalicious to show Norman that using your imagination can be both helpful and fun! Pinkalicious and her friends are putting on a dance show, but Peter gets discouraged when he keeps making mistakes. D
8:00 pm 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Indoor Camp-In/The Flutterbugs"  Pinkalicious and Peter have been looking forward to having a campout in their yard, but plans change when it starts raining. That won't stop them, though. With a little imagination, some scissors and paint, indoor camping can be just as fun as camping outside! Pinkalicious and her friends are all set for a pinkerrific tea party - that is, until some unexpected guests buzz in. D
8:30 pm 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Secret Sculpture/The Celebrator"  Pinkalicious, Peter and friends set out to explore Pinkville Green and discover a secret statue to play on! Mr. Crunk tells them not to touch the art, but it looks so fun! Can you play with art? Pinkville's birthday is coming up, and Mommy has made just the invention for the occasion - the celebrator! It's so much fun to use that Pinkalicious can't stop celebrating -- every little thing -- until celebrating becomes, well, a little annoying. D
9:00 pm 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Sweet Pea Pixie/Pink Piper"  It's time for the Sweet Pea Pixies to emerge from their pods in the Pinkville Community Garden, but one pixie has trouble flying. It's up to Pinkalicious and Peter to show her how to spread her wings and take off! Pinkalicious writes a song about her favorite color for school, but no matter where she goes to practice, she keeps getting interrupted by dogs barking, frogs chirping, and cows moo'ing. But why? It's almost like they like pink as much as she does. D
9:30 pm 
Arthur  "Muffy's Classy Classics Club/Best Enemies"  Muffy's Classy Classics Club - Muffy buys all of the pretty books and pretty dolls in the Pretty Pioneers series, and invites her friends to join a pretty book club. But she can't take their criticisms that the books are, well, rather poorly written. Will the book club disband or can Muffy open up to new literary experiences? Best Enemies - Mom has new clients coming over and they have a daughter who is D.W. D
10:00 pm 
Sesame Street  "Make Your Garden"  Elmo has made sure that his apple tree has good soil, water and sunshine, but he still needs to learn how to be patient and wait for it to grow. D
10:30 pm 
Dinosaur Train  "Shiny and Snakes/Tiny Loves Flowers"  Shiny gets over her fear of snakes when Tiny challenges the Nature Trackers to meet the ultimate snake: the Sanajeh, a huge Cretaceous snake from what is now India. Dad takes the kids on the Dinosaur Train to find Sana Sanajeh, who may be huge, but turns out to be quite friendly. Once Shiny and Sana become friends, Shiny returns home with the knowledge that snakes aren't scary - they're just another part of nature! Tiny is horrified when her favorite buttercups all wilt, so Mom takes her and the family to the Big Pond, where she remembers seeing a whole lot of buttercups in bloom. D
11:00 pm 
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
11:30 pm 
Splash and Bubbles  "Here Comes The Hammerhead/Denny's New Shell"  When Splash and Bubbles hear that one of Ripple's Brothers has wandered off, they join Ripple's search, while enlisting the help of Zee and her new friend, Hamilton the hammerhead shark, to find him. / Maury discovers Denny's molted exoskeleton in the reef and assumes something must be wrong with "the real Denny," so he enlists the help of Splash and friends to find her, only to discover that she has simply molted. D

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