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June 22, 2013
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12:00 am 
Orangutan Diary   Some of the youngest are in danger as malaria hits the clinic. Fugitive Bento has escaped from the islands but refuses to come quietly. The confiscation team confronts the armed captor of two baby orangutans, and Lone (the Centre's director) finally finds somewhere in the heart of Borneo where more rescued orangutans can be released. D
1:00 am 
America Beyond The Color Line with Henry Louis Gates Jr.  "Los Angeles: Black Hollywood"  Gates asks whether Hollywood is institutionally racist or whether it is becoming increasingly color-blind. Part 4 of 4G
2:00 am 
Designing Healthy Communities  "Searching for Shangri-La"  Dr. Jackson searches past and present America for healthy, sustainable communities of all sizes. Part 3 of 4G
3:00 am 
Michael Wood's Story of England  "The Seeds of Reform"  The story of Kibworth moves to battles of conscience during the Hundred Years' War. Archives help trace peasant education back to the 14th century, when townspeople set up the first school for their children. Some villagers join in a rebellion against King Henry V; others rise to become middle-class merchants in the textile town of Coventry. Part 3 of 4G
4:00 am 
Craft In America  "Landscape"  Examining the relationship of craft artists with their physical environment, the program spotlights Timberline Lodge woodworker George Nakashima and daughter Mira, jewelers Kit Carson and Jan Yager, and ceramicists David Gurney and Richard Notkin.G
5:00 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Prisons and the Mentally Ill - In the U.S. the largest institutions housing the mentally ill are jails. On any given day Cook County jail in Chicago holds about 10,000 inmates and on average one in four is suffering from some kind of mental illness. D
5:30 am 
6:00 am 
Second Opinion  "Mystery Diagnosis"  Patience and persistence are often essential to uncovering the right diagnosis. Watch experts as they assess a patient with conflicting symptoms that evolve over time, making diagnosis difficult. D
6:30 am 
Cooking with Nick Stellino  "A Sicilian Meatloaf & Cake with Rum Sauce"  Meatloaf when done right can be a work of art, something worthy of the finest restaurant. Chef Stellino re-interprets a fabulous Sicilian recipe from his youth and prepares a Sicilian Stuffed Meatloaf. Then seals the deal with an incredible chocolate butter cake, dripping with the most luscious and buttery rum sauce. D
7:00 am 
New Scandinavian Cooking  "Popular Sausage"  Sausages serve a special function in Norway, both as an everyday meal and as festive food. In this episode, Andreas discovers the culture and history behind a well-made sausage. He bakes potato pancakes and makes homemade mustard, essential companions for the three types of tasty sausages he prepares. D
7:30 am 
Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  "Mercado Madness"  "You are what you eat." Brillat Savarin's statement fuels Rick's tour of the 21 de Noviembre market in downtown Oaxaca. We uncover the incredibly rich culture of the market and its role in the daily lives and meals of the locals. D
8:00 am 
The Jazzy Vegetarian  "All American Meal: Burger and Fries"  Host Laura Theodore prepares the quintessential American meal featuring meaty tasting "Mushroom-Nut Burgers" paired with delicious "Confetti Oven Fries." "Jazzy Coleslaw" adds color and crunch, while "Banana Milk-less Shake" adds a sweet and creamy touch of classic taste. D
8:30 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Legumes"  Martha sheds light on the wide world of legumes, exploring the many available varieties - from chickpeas to calypso beans - and how to cook them using three different methods: stovetop, oven and pressure cooker. Italian chef and bean aficionado Cesare Casella joins Martha to share some of his own recipes for exceptional bean dishes. D
9:00 am 
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence  "Summer In Italy"  Joanne shows how to get maximum flavor from a bountiful tomato crop by roasting them slowly. Sasha learns to make a stew fit for summer using fresh vegetables and a basil mint pesto. Recipes: Oven-Dried Tomatoes, Feta and Olives, Summer Vegetable Stew with Basil and Mint Pesto (Parm-Reg). D
9:30 am 
The Mind of a Chef  "Soy"  Savor an entire episode devoted to soy. David Chang visits tofu and miso factories in Japan, Chef Christina Tosi makes burnt miso apple pie, Laurent Gras takes on tofu, Chang makes his classic corn miso and the Torrisi boys compare making tofu to making mozzarella. D
10:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Chicken Classics, Improved"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Skillet Chicken Fajitas. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of tortillas, and test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the best Classic Chicken Salad. And finally, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews her favorite new kitchen gadgets. D
10:30 am 
Scrapbook Soup   Christina Mauch is featured in the first segment teaching special techniques for creating paper dolls. Next, Kathy Kromer creates a whimsical photo collage using scrapbook paper and 3D embellishments. Then, Julianna Hudgins creates dimensional banners. D
11:00 am 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "Stormy Skies, Part 1"  In this segment, Jerry takes his students, step-by-step, through the process of creating various cloud formations using the wet-on-wet technique. With the #10 bristle brush, Jerry shows his students how to use contrasting values to create beautiful cloud formations. D
11:30 am 
Aviators   TH-57 Ranger: A look at what makes helicopters interesting during this helo walkaround. MU-2: Sara flies the Mitsubishi MU-2 and learns why it has such a loyal following of pilots. Road America Fly Over: The Wisconsin Air National Guard add a jet-powered punch to the end of the national anthem at a Nascar race at Road America. D
12:00 pm 
This Old House  "Cambridge 2012/Rounding The Corner"  After a visit to "this old record store," Kevin helps Roger install plastic drywells to keep the yard from flooding in heavy rains and checks out the sleek new cabinets with kitchen designer Kathy Marshall. Learn about thermostats that program themselves and Ipe deck tiles that go right over an old deck. D
12:30 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Installing A Ceiling Fan/Installing A Water Softener"  Host Kevin O'Connor and electrician Scott Caron head to Denver to install a ceiling fan on a cathedral ceiling. Then, Kevin, along with general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey and landscape contractor Roger Cook, asks, "What is it?" Afterward, Richard visits New Jersey to install a water softener. D
1:00 pm 
American Woodshop  "Shop Jigs"  Making things to simplify shop tasks. Revolutionary new clamping designs. D
1:30 pm 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Finishes"  Tommy is the first to say, finishes are an art unto themselves. That's why he dedicated an entire episode to this topic featuring two very talented finishers, Christine Thomson, a period finisher from Salem, Massachusetts, and Mark Libby, a local finisher who has worked with Tommy for years.G
2:00 pm 
MotorWeek  "Jeep Grand Cherokee"  Road Test: 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Road Test: 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4. Goss' Garage: Winching Safety. D
2:30 pm 
America's Heartland   Meet some "classy cowgirls" working to change the impression of women in rural communities. Ride along with one woman rancher hanging tough with the cowboys on her New Mexico ranch. Photographers highlight the western "look" at a ranching fashion shoot. D
3:00 pm 
NOVA  "Extreme Cave Diving"  Cave diver and environmental anthropologist Kenny Broad heads an interdisciplinary team of climatologists, paleontologists and anthropologists into underwater caves, or blue holes, formed during the last ice age. Broad is investigating the hidden history of Earth's climate as revealed by finds in this "alternate universe."G
4:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Palm Springs, CA - Hour Two"  At the Palm Springs Convention Center discoveries include a costume dress literally sewn onto Marilyn Monroe for her role in the classic 1959 comedy Some Like It Hot, estimated to be worth $150,000 to $250,000. Part 2 of 3G
5:00 pm 
British Antiques Roadshow  "Chatsworth 1"  The team is at historic Chatsworth House in Derbyshire. Treasures that come to light include a rare boxing tile commemorating one of the biggest bare knuckle fights, a portrait painted by Stanley Spencer brought in by the model for the picture, and an Egyptian head found buried in a Derby garden.G
5:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Andalucia, Gibraltar and Tangier"  Exploring the quintessence of Spanish culture in Andalucia, Rick rolls down from whitewashed hill towns to the coast and takes in the windsurfing at Tarifa. He catches a bit of Britain on the Rock of Gibraltar and then sails to Africa for a Moroccan finale in Tangier.G
6:00 pm 
European Journal  "Attacks On British Muslims Grow"  Great Britain: Social Unease in London - The number of violent attacks on Muslims has risen sharply in Great Britain. Police are currently investigating two fires that broke out at separate Islamic sites in London. Fear of revenge attacks has been growing since the murder of soldier Lee Rigby last month. D
6:30 pm 
BBC Newsnight   NULL
7:00 pm 
The Lawrence Welk Show  "Harry Warren Salute"  This 1972 salute to Warren's music opens with "Lullaby of Broadway." Norma Zimmer sings "I Only Have Eyes for You." Jimmy Roberts charms with "I Love My Baby." Mary Lou and the boys say that "Lulu's Back in Town." Ralna delivers a memorable "You'll Never Know."G
8:00 pm 
Are You Being Served?  "Cold Comfort"  The management of Grace Brothers turns off the heating to comply with a government request to conserve fuel.G
8:30 pm 
Keeping Up Appearances - The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket  "Violet's Countrycottage"  Hyacinth borrows a holiday cottage in the country and immediately begins planning a small barbecue.G
9:00 pm 
As Time Goes By  "A Deeply Personal Problem"  As Judith and Sandy no longer have boyfriends, Jean enlists Lionel's support in her attempts to cheer them.G
9:30 pm 
The Thin Blue Line  "Fly on the Wall"  The Gasforth PD personnel are to be in a fly-on-the-wall documentary. Naturally, everyone wants to look good for the camera.G
10:00 pm 
The Red Green Show  "The Fishing Derby"  Harold tags a prize fish and releases it in Possum Lake for a contest worth $1,000. Red turns a lawnmower into a coffee maker.G
10:30 pm 
My Family  "The Heart of Christmas - Part 1"  Susan announces there will be no tree, no decorations and no family at the Harper House for Christmas, and she whisks Ben to a relaxing retreat in the country. But surprises and Harper family mishaps stir up Susan's quiet family Christmas. Part 1 of 2G
11:01 pm 
Doctor Who Series  "Let's Kill Hitler"  In the desperate search for Melody Pond, the TARDIS crash lands in 1930s Berlin, bringing the Doctor face to face with the greatest war criminal in the Universe - and Hitler. The Doctor must teach his adversaries that time travel has responsibilities, and in so doing, learns a harsh lesson in the cruelest warfare of all.G
12:00 am 
Changing Seas  "Alien Invaders"  In the waters of the western Atlantic and Caribbean, a voracious alien predator has taken hold. Native to the Indo-Pacific, the invasive lionfish is a major threat to biodiversity and the health of already stressed coral reef ecosystems. D
12:30 am 
Changing Seas  "Reef Revival"  In the emerging science of coral reef restoration, marine biologists and resource managers are discovering naturally occurring mechanisms that promote coral growth and restore ecological balance in these gardens of the sea. D
1:00 am 
Cave People of the Himalaya   Everest climber Pete Athans belays archaeologist Mark Aldenerfer down an 800-foot-cliff to a cave 700 feet down from the top. The two of them are on a mission in the world's highest mountains to find ancient mummies and uncover secrets hidden thousands of years in these cliff-top graves.G
2:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Palisades By Season"  Experience the seasons in eastern Idaho's Palisades on the South Fork of the Snake River near the Wyoming border. With a reservoir, prize river fishing spots and more than 400,000 acres of wildlands in the region, each season brings a new attraction. Cameras follow biologists and nesting eagles, fishing enthusiasts, a huckleberry gatherer, and winter wildlife watchers.G
2:30 am 
Dialogue  "Good Summer Reading 2012"  Marcia Franklin interviews authors Kim Barnes and Tim Cahill, who discuss their own work and writing styles, and recommend books for long summer days. Other favorite reading choices for summer have been submitted by viewers. Barnes is a University of Idaho English professor and author of five books. Cahill is a founding editor of Outside Magazine and author of 10 books.G
3:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Lifting Snuffy"  Zoe choreographed a special dance, "The Dance of the Six Swans," that she would like her friends to perform. She asks everyone to pair up for the 'lift' part of the dance, but they're missing one person, so they ask Alan to join the dancers. He is partnered with Snuffy who says it's been a dream of his to be lifted into the air like a swan. D
4:00 am 
Martha Speaks  "Martha Bakes/Martha Makes Scents"  Martha Bakes - Helen is sad when her drawing doesn't win the art competition, so Mom decides to bake her a cake to cheer her up. Martha Makes Scents - Always on the lookout for a way to avoid bathing, Martha decides TD's dad OG should invent a perfume that will cover up her doggy scent.G
4:30 am 
Super Why!  "Bedtime for Bear"  Baby Joy is afraid of the dark! To show her there's nothing to fear, Super Why and his literacy friends fly into Bedtime for Bear and meet Charlie - a bear who is scared of just about everything! The super readers shed a little light on the problem (literally) while Charlie discovers a bit more about the world outside his cozy cave. Educational Objectives: To experience a familiar bedtime routine. Preschoolers will practice the alphabet, rhyme with AR words, learn what the word "fireflies" means, and use the power to read to change the story. D
5:00 am 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel Gets A Shot/A Stormy Night"  Daniel Gets a Shot - Daniel has an appointment at the doctor today and he has to get a shot. He is very apprehensive and does not want to go. So Daniel asks Mom Tiger questions about the shot, and she shares her trick for staying brave in scary situations. D
5:30 am 
WordWorld  "Bit By Bit/Ride 'em Cowbear"  Bit by Bit: It is Monkey's birthday, and a sick Frog entrusts Duck and Bug to take his present-a banana-to Monkey's birthday party for him. In their enthusiasm to get to the party, Duck and Bug accidentally break the banana into letters.and they don't know how to rebuild it! It's just too big a word. D
6:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Lifting Snuffy"  Zoe choreographed a special dance, "The Dance of the Six Swans," that she would like her friends to perform. She asks everyone to pair up for the 'lift' part of the dance, but they're missing one person, so they ask Alan to join the dancers. He is partnered with Snuffy who says it's been a dream of his to be lifted into the air like a swan. D
7:00 am 
Curious George  "Free Hundley/Bag Monkey"  George, Gnocchi and Charkie join forces to try and rescue Hundley from the local pet shelter.G
7:30 am 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Flight of the Penguin/Let's Go Fly A Kite"  Flight of the Penguin - Sally and Nick are pretending to fly in their backyard. Oh wouldn't it be great if they really could? The Cat in the Hat brings them to meet his good friend Percy the penguin. After a fun race with a penguin and a bird, the kids learn that not all birds fly, but that doesn't mean they aren't fast! Let's Go Fly a Kite - Sally, Nick and the Cat are trying to fly a kite, but there's not enough wind. D
8:00 am 
Super Why!  "Woofster Finds A Home"  Whyatt goes to a pet adoption fair in Storybrook Village where he meets a little puppy who needs a family. Whyatt promises to look in a book to help until the puppy reveals he has a story of his own! As the superhero readers travel through the book Woofster Finds a Home, they find exciting ways to overcome obstacles and a new super reader joins the team! Educational Objectives: To learn what it means to find a home. Preschoolers will identify the letters N, I, C, E, practice the magic of spelling, and learn what the words "menacing," "prairie" and "no trespassing" mean! And, they'll use the power to read to change the story. D
8:30 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
9:00 am 
The Electric Company  "Scent of a Human"  On the day he is supposed to star in his own rap video, Hector is hypnotized into thinking he's a dog. Can The Electric Company train Hector to use his human instincts, or will he have to rap with a doggie brain?. D
9:30 am 
Wild Kratts  "Bad Hair Day"  Chris and Martin try to help a lion named "He who breathes fire" get past obstacles and back to his pride, who are under siege from two intruder lions. D
10:00 am 
WordWorld  "Bit By Bit/Ride 'em Cowbear"  Bit by Bit: It is Monkey's birthday, and a sick Frog entrusts Duck and Bug to take his present-a banana-to Monkey's birthday party for him. In their enthusiasm to get to the party, Duck and Bug accidentally break the banana into letters.and they don't know how to rebuild it! It's just too big a word. D
10:30 am 
WordGirl  "The Wrong Side of the Law: Part 1/The Wrong Side Of the Law: Part 2"  The Birthday Girl steals a priceless collection of Pretty Princess figurines from the jewelry store. In an unexpected turn of events Eileen (aka the Birthday Girl) charms the Police Commissioner and convinces him that WordGirl is the culprit. The Wrong Side Of the Law: Part 2 - WordGirl is stuck in jail, accused of stealing the priceless collection of Pretty Princess figurines while the villains of the city are running amok.G
11:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Palisades By Season"  Experience the seasons in eastern Idaho's Palisades on the South Fork of the Snake River near the Wyoming border. With a reservoir, prize river fishing spots and more than 400,000 acres of wildlands in the region, each season brings a new attraction. Cameras follow biologists and nesting eagles, fishing enthusiasts, a huckleberry gatherer, and winter wildlife watchers.G
11:30 am 
Pati's Mexican Table  "Vanilla"  Vanilla only comes in a bottle, right? Oh, it's a bean!? Where on earth do I find vanilla beans, and then how do I cook with them? Do I crack them open or something? Wait, vanilla comes from Veracruz, Mexico - not Madagascar!? This episode will explain all of that, plus share a few amazing vanilla-infused recipes, including: Toritos: Peanut and Vanilla Aperitif; Grilled Shrimp and Pineapple Salad with Vanilla and Chile de Arbol Vinaigrette; Grandma Lali's Vanilla Floating Islands. D
12:00 pm 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Worldly"  Katie travels the world of flavors and puts a modern spin on traditional crafts. In the Kitchen: Crisp Asian Steak Salad, Perfect Tuscan Olive Tapenade and Beautiful English bread Pudding. Projects: Fabulous faux Faberge eggs. D
12:30 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "High and Mighty, Part 1"  Jerry starts a wonderful painting on a textured canvas showing the technique with a #12 bristle brush. You will find this segment to be a great study on mountains with a stormy sky. Through a fun, easy method, Jerry quickly creates the stormy sky through the use of the value system. D
1:00 pm 
Essential Pepin  "Cozy Carbs"  Ricotta Dumplings With Red Pepper Sauce; Macaroni Beaucaire; Gnocchi Maison; Linguine With Clam Sauce And Vegetables. D
1:30 pm 
On Story  "Constructing Comic Book Movies"  The creative minds behind the films THOR, THE AVENGERS, HULK, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, ELEKTRA, THE GREEN LANTERN, X-MEN: THE LAST STAND, X2, and X-MEN: FIRST CLASS divulge the complexities of memorable heroes and villains, and how some of the best supernatural films tap into the most basic of human elements. Followed by John Mitchell's SUPER POWERS, a lively short film about a husband and wife who try to salvage their love-life by dressing as superheroes, and find they save more than just their marriage when they're forced out of their apartment fully costumed. In this episode: Ashley Miller, Zak Penn, Michael Green, John Turman. D
2:00 pm 
Dialogue  "Good Summer Reading 2012"  Marcia Franklin interviews authors Kim Barnes and Tim Cahill, who discuss their own work and writing styles, and recommend books for long summer days. Other favorite reading choices for summer have been submitted by viewers. Barnes is a University of Idaho English professor and author of five books. Cahill is a founding editor of Outside Magazine and author of 10 books.G
2:30 pm 
MotorWeek  "Jeep Grand Cherokee"  Road Test: 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Road Test: 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4. Goss' Garage: Winching Safety. D
3:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Asian Takeout Favorites"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Sichuan Stir-Fried Pork in Garlic Sauce. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his pick among blenders in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making perfect Thai-Style Stir-Fried Noodles with Chicken and Broccolini right at home. D
3:30 pm 
Crafting at the Spotted Canary  "Things That Are Green"  Time for a little trash to treasure. Create fairytale castles, gift containers and storage all from recycled materials. The first project features a collection of recycled boxes, stickers, and papers to create a fairy tale castle that any little girl would love. D
4:00 pm 
Globe Trekker  "Georgia & Armenia"  Trekker Ian Wright's travels begin in Yerevan, Armenia's capital. He visits the rock-hewn Gerhard Church, Lake Sevan and the Armenian Genocide Memorial in the shadow of Mount Ararat. In Georgia, he explores the capital Tbilisi and the seaside resort Batumi before heading out into the Caucasus Mountains.G
5:00 pm 
The Artist Toolbox  "Hugh Newell Jacobsen"  "Every morning when I walked this block and a half to my office and I saw the sad people in their cars heading to some awful job, I just thought, I can't wait to get at it again," says acclaimed architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen. "I found something I was good at, and it was just so thrilling." In this very special episode of The Artist Toolbox, walk with host John Jacobsen, son of the award-winning architect, through his childhood home and his father's Georgetown office as they discuss a career in ground-breaking architecture half a century strong. D
5:30 pm 
Sun Studio Sessions  "Chris Milam"  Chris Milam is a Memphis based singer-songwriter who was the first runner-up in the Resorts Tunica "Sing" competition. In this episode, Chris performs several songs and talks about the influences that shape his musical style. D
6:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Raphael Saadiq/Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears"  Saadiq highlights songs from his old-school soul album Stone Rollin'. Lewis and The Honeybears pound out bluesy soul nuggets.G
7:00 pm 
Great Performances  "Dance In America: NY Export: Opus Jazz"  The five movements of the jazz score by Robert Prince blend ballet, jazz and ballroom dancing with Latin, African and American rhythms. Now this Jerome Robbins 1958 "ballet in sneakers" takes to the streets with New York City Ballet principal dancers Ellen Bar and Sean Suozzi, filmed on locations all over the five boroughs of New York City. The 16 emblematic characters are city kids drawn together by their youth, energy and hunger for life, but this Opus Jazz takes them out of the 1950s and into today.G
8:00 pm 
Urban Nutcracker: Anatomy of a Ballet   This performance documentary goes behind-the-scenes of Anthony Williams' adaptation of the holiday classic performed by a diverse group of dancers from the community. Challenges include uniting the multi-ethnic team of dancers, artists and stage crew to present a professional-quality stage show on a non-profit budget. The show incorporates the chronology of The Nutcracker itself while capturing the preparation, real-life stories of performers and putting the show onstage before packed houses.G
9:00 pm 
The Artist Toolbox  "Hugh Newell Jacobsen"  "Every morning when I walked this block and a half to my office and I saw the sad people in their cars heading to some awful job, I just thought, I can't wait to get at it again," says acclaimed architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen. "I found something I was good at, and it was just so thrilling." In this very special episode of The Artist Toolbox, walk with host John Jacobsen, son of the award-winning architect, through his childhood home and his father's Georgetown office as they discuss a career in ground-breaking architecture half a century strong. D
9:30 pm 
Sun Studio Sessions  "Chris Milam"  Chris Milam is a Memphis based singer-songwriter who was the first runner-up in the Resorts Tunica "Sing" competition. In this episode, Chris performs several songs and talks about the influences that shape his musical style. D
10:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Raphael Saadiq/Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears"  Saadiq highlights songs from his old-school soul album Stone Rollin'. Lewis and The Honeybears pound out bluesy soul nuggets.G
11:00 pm 
Great Performances  "Dance In America: NY Export: Opus Jazz"  The five movements of the jazz score by Robert Prince blend ballet, jazz and ballroom dancing with Latin, African and American rhythms. Now this Jerome Robbins 1958 "ballet in sneakers" takes to the streets with New York City Ballet principal dancers Ellen Bar and Sean Suozzi, filmed on locations all over the five boroughs of New York City. The 16 emblematic characters are city kids drawn together by their youth, energy and hunger for life, but this Opus Jazz takes them out of the 1950s and into today.G
11:30 pm 
Invitation to World Literature  "The Epic of Gilgamesh"  The first known human story is that of Gilgamesh, king of Uruk. Images of artifacts from ancient Iraq mix with beautiful illustrations, dance, and costume to tell of the relations between gods and mortals, the search for friendship, love, and immortality. Featured cast members include Assyriologist Ben Foster, comic book illustrator Jim Starlin, and poet and playwright Yusef Komunyakaa. D
12:00 am 
Expanding Canon: Teaching Multicultural Literature In High School, The  "Workshop 8. Critical Pedagogy: Abiodun Oyewole and Lawson Fusao Inada"  In Part I, Cathie Wright-Lewis and her class explore the tradition of spoken word and the works of poet Abiodun Oyewole. In Part II, Sandra Childs. D
1:00 am 
Science In Focus: Force and Motion  "Making An Impact"  What would happen if an asteroid were to hit the surface of the earth? How large a crater would the impact create? In this workshop, the ideas of force and motion are introduced, as seventh-grade students drop balls to simulate asteroid impacts. By varying a ball's mass, the height from which it is dropped, or the material being struck, the students explore what factors affect the size of the crater. They also learn about data collection and the proper use of measurement units.G
2:00 am 
Teaching Channel Presents  "Stem In Action"  STEM in Action: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math come alive as students take on engineering challenges that encourage them to think like scientists. Design, collaboration, calculations, and predictions all play a role in these lessons. D
3:00 am 
Principles for Principals  "Fostering Effective Professional Development for Teachers"  Principals weigh proven professional development strategies to help teachers implement new reform ideas.G
4:00 am 
Crafting at the Spotted Canary  "Things That Decorate Your Work Space"  Today's show features the latest in desk accessories. The first segment shows how to make fun and functional binder clips - you'll find they have a lot more uses than just holding papers. Next, guest expert Karen Bulmahn demonstrates a remake of an inexpensive clock. D
4:30 am 
Crafting at the Spotted Canary  "Things That Make A Party Festive"  We're making parties more fun with a creative take on decorating with a theme. Three party events each with a unique look will be explored. First, a baby shower featuring favors, cupcake piks and more. D
5:00 am 
Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef  "Easy Frozen Desserts"  Two great frozen desserts are on the menu today including a delicious chocolate sorbet and a fruity, raspberry frozen yogurt. Chocolate Sorbet in White Chocolate Cups; Raspberry Frozen Yogurt.G
5:30 am 
Baking with Julia   Chef Julia Child observes as pastry chef and owner of Seattle's Macrina Bakery Leslie Mackie bakes an assortment of tarts and pies. First, Leslie demonstrates how to make the classic pie dough that will form the base of these desserts; some of the dough is used raw, while other crusts are pre-baked in order to avoid a soggy crust. This dough can be frozen for up to a month. D
6:00 am 
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen  "The Mid-Atlantic"  Raichlen presents grilled soft-shell crabs, Baltimore pit beef, split-roasted lamb and grilled blueberry crumble.G
6:30 am 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Fun Modern Cakes"  NULL
7:00 am 
Caprial and John's Kitchen: Cooking for Family and Friends  "Cooking with Cane Berries"  The Pences gather a sampling of Oregon's abundant crop, which go into blackberry pie with pecan crumble and raspberry almond cakes.G
7:30 am 
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table  "Bunches of Blueberries"  Allen goes to Oregon to sample blueberry dishes and see how they are harvested. At the farm he makes blueberry muffins and shows how to use blueberries as an ornamental plant.G
8:00 am 
Chef John Besh's New Orleans   Shrimp and Chicken Jambalaya, Jen's Wild Berry Cream Pie, and Blueberry Sorbet. D
8:30 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Sweet Summer Endings"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to fresh Strawberry Pie. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews paring knives in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Yvonne Ruperti shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Summer Peach Cake, and science expert Guy Crosby reveals why water makes pie pastry tough. D
9:00 am 
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence  "Bistro Style"  Farm fresh lettuces get just a bit of enhancement from a delicious green goddess dressing in Joanne's salad. Her student, Aggie, learns a few simple secrets to making great pie crusts, an they decide to make a savory galette toping their crust with a savory filling of mushrooms and blue cheese. Recipes: Butter Lettuce with Green Goddess Dressing, Mushroom and Blue Cheese Galette. D
9:30 am 
Simply Ming  "Azores: Pedro Oliviera"  This week Simply Ming is on the road traveling to the exotic Azores to learn how to make one of the region's most famous dishes - Cozida - a one-pot meal that's literally cooked underground by the Earth's volcanic heat. Rising to the challenge, Ming also serves us his own take on this national dish. D
10:00 am 
Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef  "Burgers from a Master"  It's two special burgers from the Burger Bar, including a unique slider pairing buffalo meat and some succulent crab followed by a BLT burger made with turkey meat and topped with a spicy aioli. Buffalo Surf and Turf Slider; BLT Turkey Burger. D
10:30 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
11:00 am 
Invitation to World Literature  "The Thousand and One Nights"  Shahrazad must hold the interest of her despotic husband the sultan with nightly tales, lest she lose her life in the morning. This wellspring of storytelling, circulating from medieval Persia to Egypt to Iraq, like its wily raconteur lives on in many modern adaptations. Art, performance, and film images are employed to show the collection's broad span of influence. D
11:30 am 
Invitation to World Literature  "The Epic of Gilgamesh"  The first known human story is that of Gilgamesh, king of Uruk. Images of artifacts from ancient Iraq mix with beautiful illustrations, dance, and costume to tell of the relations between gods and mortals, the search for friendship, love, and immortality. Featured cast members include Assyriologist Ben Foster, comic book illustrator Jim Starlin, and poet and playwright Yusef Komunyakaa. D
12:00 pm 
Expanding Canon: Teaching Multicultural Literature In High School, The  "Workshop 8. Critical Pedagogy: Abiodun Oyewole and Lawson Fusao Inada"  In Part I, Cathie Wright-Lewis and her class explore the tradition of spoken word and the works of poet Abiodun Oyewole. In Part II, Sandra Childs. D
1:00 pm 
Science In Focus: Force and Motion  "Making An Impact"  What would happen if an asteroid were to hit the surface of the earth? How large a crater would the impact create? In this workshop, the ideas of force and motion are introduced, as seventh-grade students drop balls to simulate asteroid impacts. By varying a ball's mass, the height from which it is dropped, or the material being struck, the students explore what factors affect the size of the crater. They also learn about data collection and the proper use of measurement units.G
2:00 pm 
Teaching Channel Presents  "Stem In Action"  STEM in Action: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math come alive as students take on engineering challenges that encourage them to think like scientists. Design, collaboration, calculations, and predictions all play a role in these lessons. D
3:00 pm 
Principles for Principals  "Fostering Effective Professional Development for Teachers"  Principals weigh proven professional development strategies to help teachers implement new reform ideas.G
4:00 pm 
Crafting at the Spotted Canary  "Things That Decorate Your Work Space"  Today's show features the latest in desk accessories. The first segment shows how to make fun and functional binder clips - you'll find they have a lot more uses than just holding papers. Next, guest expert Karen Bulmahn demonstrates a remake of an inexpensive clock. D
4:30 pm 
Crafting at the Spotted Canary  "Things That Make A Party Festive"  We're making parties more fun with a creative take on decorating with a theme. Three party events each with a unique look will be explored. First, a baby shower featuring favors, cupcake piks and more. D
5:00 pm 
Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef  "Easy Frozen Desserts"  Two great frozen desserts are on the menu today including a delicious chocolate sorbet and a fruity, raspberry frozen yogurt. Chocolate Sorbet in White Chocolate Cups; Raspberry Frozen Yogurt.G
5:30 pm 
Baking with Julia   Chef Julia Child observes as pastry chef and owner of Seattle's Macrina Bakery Leslie Mackie bakes an assortment of tarts and pies. First, Leslie demonstrates how to make the classic pie dough that will form the base of these desserts; some of the dough is used raw, while other crusts are pre-baked in order to avoid a soggy crust. This dough can be frozen for up to a month. D
6:00 pm 
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen  "The Mid-Atlantic"  Raichlen presents grilled soft-shell crabs, Baltimore pit beef, split-roasted lamb and grilled blueberry crumble.G
6:30 pm 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Fun Modern Cakes"  NULL
7:00 pm 
Caprial and John's Kitchen: Cooking for Family and Friends  "Cooking with Cane Berries"  The Pences gather a sampling of Oregon's abundant crop, which go into blackberry pie with pecan crumble and raspberry almond cakes.G
7:30 pm 
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table  "Bunches of Blueberries"  Allen goes to Oregon to sample blueberry dishes and see how they are harvested. At the farm he makes blueberry muffins and shows how to use blueberries as an ornamental plant.G
8:00 pm 
Chef John Besh's New Orleans   Shrimp and Chicken Jambalaya, Jen's Wild Berry Cream Pie, and Blueberry Sorbet. D
8:30 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Sweet Summer Endings"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to fresh Strawberry Pie. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews paring knives in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Yvonne Ruperti shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Summer Peach Cake, and science expert Guy Crosby reveals why water makes pie pastry tough. D
9:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Irish Comfort Classics"  Host Christopher Kimball heads into the test kitchen with test cook Julia Collin Davison to update a classic recipe for Shepherd's Pie. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus reveals her favorite quirky kitchen gadgets. Then, Chris answers questions from viewers. D
9:30 pm 
Simply Ming  "Azores: Pedro Oliviera"  This week Simply Ming is on the road traveling to the exotic Azores to learn how to make one of the region's most famous dishes - Cozida - a one-pot meal that's literally cooked underground by the Earth's volcanic heat. Rising to the challenge, Ming also serves us his own take on this national dish. D
10:00 pm 
Kimchi Chronicles  "The Pork Chronicles"  As opposed to the lean-is-better preference in the United States, Koreans love their pork full of fat - and flavor. In this episode, Marja, her dear friend, the actress Heather Graham, and an expert food blogger named Daniel eat classic pork barbeque at Heukdonga restaurant in Seoul. They also stop by Songgane Gamjatang, where Seoul's taxi drivers convene for pork bone soup and the grand pork dish known as bo ssam. D
10:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Stockholm"  Rick ponders gilded royal staterooms, samples gourmet reindeer and sips vodka in an ice bar as he experiences the city's cultural highlights. Then he sails the archipelago experiencing the prettiest island-hopping in northern Europe.G
11:00 pm 
American Values: American Wilderness   From the Arctic to the Everglades, wilderness is a haven for animals, a source of clean water and air and a challenging place which can inspire profound personal growth. Hosted by actor Christopher Reeve, AMERICAN VALUES: AMERICAN WILDERNESS introduces a wide variety of citizens who share a deep love of nature - from their early childhood experiences to their expressions of hope for the future. The documentary was filmed during the 40th-anniversary celebration of The Wilderness Act and marks one of Reeve's last on-screen appearances. D
12:00 am 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
1:00 am 
Nightly Business Report   Tonight on Nightly Business Report, a wild week on Wall Street comes to a close. But with the end of the quarter and first half quickly approaching, will we see even bigger swings next week? And, remember Jeff Skilling? The ex-Enron CEO was at the center of one of the most notorious financial scandals and today his prison sentence was reduced. NBR has a report from the courthouse in Houston. D
1:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   India Arie (Singer). D
2:00 am 
Independent Lens  "Deaf Jam"  Teenager Aneta Brodski, who is a deaf Israeli immigrant in New York City, discovers American Sign Language and dives into ASL poetry. In this three-dimensional art form, body movements convey meaning and meter, and rhymes are measured in hand shapes. When Brodski meets Tahani Salah, a hearing Palestinian slam poet, they collaborate on poetry performance.G
3:00 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Prisons and the Mentally Ill - In the U.S. the largest institutions housing the mentally ill are jails. On any given day Cook County jail in Chicago holds about 10,000 inmates and on average one in four is suffering from some kind of mental illness. D
3:30 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Active Vs. Passive"  Guests: Gregg Fisher, Chief Investment Officer, Gerstein Fisher; Daniel Wallick, Principal, Investment Strategy Group, Vanguard. This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack tackles the active versus passive investing debate. Which strategy is best for you? Vanguard's Daniel Wallick and award-winning financial planner Gregg Fisher argue the pros and cons. D
4:00 am 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   Human Trafficking as a domestic and foreign issue. WE speak with DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano. The SNAP Challenge: For one week almost 30 congressmen and women tried to dine for less then 5 dollars per day. D
4:30 am 
Asia Insight   Lhasa, the main city of Tibet, had been undergoing major economic development partly due to growing tourism. This episode focuses on the latest changes stemming from development. D
5:00 am 
John D. Rockefeller: American Experience   For decades, the Rockefeller name was despised in America -- associated with John D. Rockefeller Sr.'s feared monopoly, Standard Oil. By the end of his life, Rockefeller had given away half his fortune -- but even his vast philanthropy could not erase the memory of his predatory business practices. D
7:00 am 
John Portman: A Life of Building   John Portman's iconic urban structures and eye-popping interiors helped redefine cityscapes in the United States and skylines in Asia. Once considered a maverick because he eschewed long-accepted industry standards, critics and leading architecture schools now fully embrace Portman's design approach, which emphasizes function, purpose and sensory experience.G
8:00 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Active Vs. Passive"  Guests: Gregg Fisher, Chief Investment Officer, Gerstein Fisher; Daniel Wallick, Principal, Investment Strategy Group, Vanguard. This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack tackles the active versus passive investing debate. Which strategy is best for you? Vanguard's Daniel Wallick and award-winning financial planner Gregg Fisher argue the pros and cons. D
8:30 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Prisons and the Mentally Ill - In the U.S. the largest institutions housing the mentally ill are jails. On any given day Cook County jail in Chicago holds about 10,000 inmates and on average one in four is suffering from some kind of mental illness. D
9:00 am 
Independent Lens  "The Revolutionary Optimists"  Children in the slums of Calcutta are starting a revolution. Called to action by visionary former attorney Amlan Ganguly, the 'Daredevils' have already made radical health and sanitation improvements in one of the city's poorest slums -- awakening a neglected populace to the real possibility of change. D
10:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Palisades By Season"  Experience the seasons in eastern Idaho's Palisades on the South Fork of the Snake River near the Wyoming border. With a reservoir, prize river fishing spots and more than 400,000 acres of wildlands in the region, each season brings a new attraction. Cameras follow biologists and nesting eagles, fishing enthusiasts, a huckleberry gatherer, and winter wildlife watchers.G
10:30 am 
Dialogue  "Good Summer Reading 2012"  Marcia Franklin interviews authors Kim Barnes and Tim Cahill, who discuss their own work and writing styles, and recommend books for long summer days. Other favorite reading choices for summer have been submitted by viewers. Barnes is a University of Idaho English professor and author of five books. Cahill is a founding editor of Outside Magazine and author of 10 books.G
11:00 am 
John D. Rockefeller: American Experience   For decades, the Rockefeller name was despised in America -- associated with John D. Rockefeller Sr.'s feared monopoly, Standard Oil. By the end of his life, Rockefeller had given away half his fortune -- but even his vast philanthropy could not erase the memory of his predatory business practices. D
1:00 pm 
John Portman: A Life of Building   John Portman's iconic urban structures and eye-popping interiors helped redefine cityscapes in the United States and skylines in Asia. Once considered a maverick because he eschewed long-accepted industry standards, critics and leading architecture schools now fully embrace Portman's design approach, which emphasizes function, purpose and sensory experience.G
2:00 pm 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   Human Trafficking as a domestic and foreign issue. WE speak with DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano. The SNAP Challenge: For one week almost 30 congressmen and women tried to dine for less then 5 dollars per day. D
2:30 pm 
Asia Insight   Lhasa, the main city of Tibet, had been undergoing major economic development partly due to growing tourism. This episode focuses on the latest changes stemming from development. D
3:00 pm 
European Journal  "Attacks On British Muslims Grow"  Great Britain: Social Unease in London - The number of violent attacks on Muslims has risen sharply in Great Britain. Police are currently investigating two fires that broke out at separate Islamic sites in London. Fear of revenge attacks has been growing since the murder of soldier Lee Rigby last month. D
3:30 pm 
Linkasia   NULL
4:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "United States of Alec: A Follow-Up"  This week, Moyers & Company (check local listings) follows up and expands on a breakthrough 2012 report on the most influential corporate-funded political force most of us have never heard of - ALEC, the American Legislative Exchange Council. A national consortium of state politicians and powerful corporations, ALEC presents itself as a "nonpartisan public-private partnership". But behind that mantra lies a vast network of corporate lobbying and political action aimed to increase corporate profits at public expense without public knowledge. D
5:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Palisades By Season"  Experience the seasons in eastern Idaho's Palisades on the South Fork of the Snake River near the Wyoming border. With a reservoir, prize river fishing spots and more than 400,000 acres of wildlands in the region, each season brings a new attraction. Cameras follow biologists and nesting eagles, fishing enthusiasts, a huckleberry gatherer, and winter wildlife watchers.G
5:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Good Summer Reading 2012"  Marcia Franklin interviews authors Kim Barnes and Tim Cahill, who discuss their own work and writing styles, and recommend books for long summer days. Other favorite reading choices for summer have been submitted by viewers. Barnes is a University of Idaho English professor and author of five books. Cahill is a founding editor of Outside Magazine and author of 10 books.G
6:00 pm 
Need to Know   RAY SUAREZ ANCHORS. This week Need to Know travels to Tucson, Arizona, where a years-long dispute over a Mexican-American studies program has tensions high; supporters say it has helped re-engage at risk students and improved their test scores. Opponents contend it encourages subversive thinking. D
6:30 pm 
7:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "90 Miles"  Probing and thoughtful, Juan Carlos Zaldvar's 90 Miles is a personal memoir that offers a rare glimpse into Cuba, a country as mythologized to Americans as the United States is to the rest of the world. The Cuban-born filmmaker recounts the strange fate that brought him as a teenage communist to exile in Miami in 1980 during the dramatic Mariel boatlift. Zaldvar uses news clips, family photos and home movies to depict the emotional journey of an immigrant father and son struggling to understand the historical and individual forces shaping their relationships and identities in a new country. D
8:30 pm 
Visa Dream   VISA DREAM tells the touching story of one family's experience gaining entry into the United States. Representatives from the U.S. Consulate demystify the visa process and illuminate the reasons why they approve some applications - and deny others. D
9:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "United States of Alec: A Follow-Up"  This week, Moyers & Company (check local listings) follows up and expands on a breakthrough 2012 report on the most influential corporate-funded political force most of us have never heard of - ALEC, the American Legislative Exchange Council. A national consortium of state politicians and powerful corporations, ALEC presents itself as a "nonpartisan public-private partnership". But behind that mantra lies a vast network of corporate lobbying and political action aimed to increase corporate profits at public expense without public knowledge. D
10:00 pm 
Linkasia   NULL
10:30 pm 
McLaughlin Group   Topics: G-8 Speaks Out on Syria; Did Ben Bernanke Get the Boot? Panelists: Pat Buchanan, Author & Columnist; Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner; Mort Zuckerman, US News & World Report; Eleanor Clift, Newsweek. D
11:00 pm 
Need to Know   RAY SUAREZ ANCHORS. This week Need to Know travels to Tucson, Arizona, where a years-long dispute over a Mexican-American studies program has tensions high; supporters say it has helped re-engage at risk students and improved their test scores. Opponents contend it encourages subversive thinking. D
11:30 pm 

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