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February 23, 2014
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3:00 pm 
Woodsmith Shop  "Kitchen Workstation"  Starting with a pre-turned set of legs, the Woodsmith editors create a beautiful kitchen storage solution with an optional wine rack. D
3:30 pm 
This Old House  "Arlington Italianate Project 2014/Italianate Inspiration"  Paint color consultant Bonnie Krims presents exterior color schemes, while Norm and Tom patch old oak veneer floors. Richard presents a new solution to the ugly PVC intake and exhaust pipes that come out of a typical boiler. Kevin tours an 1870 Italianate style home in Dedham, Massachusetts. D
4:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Installing A Clawfoot Tub with Shower/Installing a Permanent Fire Escape Ladder in a Bedroom"  Richard visits a historic home in Mobile, Alabama, and installs a clawfoot tub with shower. Tom installs a permanent fire escape ladder in a bedroom. Roger shows the best way to prune trees. D
4:30 pm 
Growing a Greener World  "The Four Seasons Garden (Harborside, ME)"  We visit Maine and gardening guru, Eliot Coleman, who shares his knowledge on growing vegetables year round in even the coldest climates. D
5:00 pm 
Dialogue  "David Macaulay: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with the creator of books that explain how architectural wonders such as pyramids and cathedrals were built.G
5:30 pm 
In The Americas with David Yetman  "Panama: A City and a Canal"  Panama City has been a pivotal shipping port for hundreds of years. Today, Yetman finds it is an economic powerhouse, thanks to its booming canal. He explores the reason the canal requires the services of the huge rainforest that envelopes it in order to function.G
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend   On Sunday, many indigenous people around the world are now using the latest technology to communicate with one another about their legal rights and how best to protect their environment. Special correspondent John Larson reports from Alaska. That, and the weekend's news, online and on-air. D
6:30 pm 
British Antiques Roadshow  "Dartmouth 1"  Fiona Bruce and team weigh anchor at the Britannia Royal Naval College for a day of evaluations. Some special finds include a relic from HMS Victory, a mystery device once used to make explosions, and perhaps the largest piece made by Faberg? seen on the show.G
7:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Rec Tech"  Whether producing custom jet boats, some of the world's best-known knives, high-end fly fishing reels or calorie-packed and great-tasting energy bars, the people leading Idaho's recreation technology companies share one characteristic: They love Idaho's great outdoors. This episode features the adventurous men and women behind these innovations.G
7:30 pm 
Masterpiece Classic  "Downton Abbey (S4 E7)"  Robert and Thomas return from America. Bates disappears for a day. Edith prepares to go abroad. Suitors flock to Mary and Rose makes her move. Part 7 of 8G
9:00 pm 
Masterpiece Classic  "Downton Abbey (S4 E8)"  It is time for Lady Rose's coming out, which brings the Crawley family to their grand house in London, including several of the servants. Cora is in charge of the coming out in the absence of Rosamond, and the events surrounding it include conversations with the royalty of the day. Cora's mother, Martha (Shirley MacLaine), and brother, Harold, (Paul Giamatti), arrive from America. Edith is back from the continent. Mary entertains the attentions of two men. Part 8 of 8G
11:00 pm 
New Tricks  "A Death in the Family"  Jack Halford announces he is quitting UCOS. Before Detective Superintendent Sandra Pullman and the remaining team members can question him on the decision, they are thrown into a 100-year-old unsolved murder case. Shadowy Whitehall intelligence figure Stephen Fisher gives them just 24 hours to solve the case.G
11:59 pm 
Globe Trekker  "Globe Trekker Special: World War II in the Pacific"  The Trekkers explore the epic events of World War II by visiting key locations in the Pacific, a region where great battles were fought and military history was made.G
3:00 pm 
Biz Kid$  "What to Do with a Windfall"  Congratulations - you have a windfall! Now what? Take a look at some investment alternatives and how to evaluate them based on time, risk, and rate of return. Meet several young entrepreneurs who were faced with a financial opportunity and see where they decided to invest their money. D
3:30 pm 
Oregon Field Guide  "Bird Flu, Green Crabs, Borax Lake Chub, Mickey Hot Springs Photo-essay"  This FIELD GUIDE special goes to the towering heights of Steens Mountain, the Wallowas, Broken Top, Mount Bailey and more with adventurers of all skill levels playing in the snow. They test out yurts during a rugged ski outing, handle sled dogs and speed down hills.G
4:00 pm 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Get Your Chile Fix"  Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Green Chile Cheeseburgers at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of mayonnaise. Next, Chris shares the test kitchen's top tips on making your own burger. D
4:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Milan and Lake Como"  Rick peeks at Italy's highest fashion, fanciest delis, grandest cemetery and greatest opera house in Milan, plus takes in Leonardo da Vinci's painting of The Last Supper.G
5:00 pm 
NOVA  "Mystery of Easter Island"  Rapa Nui, the bleak speck of rock in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, known as Easter Island, has been a place of mystery since Europeans first arrived in 1722. How did ancient islanders build and move nearly 900 giant statues weighing up to 86 tons each. A NOVA team uses a 15-ton replica statue to test out controversial recent claims on how the statues might have been moved.G
6:00 pm 
Grand Coulee Dam: American Experience   Grand Coulee was more than a dam; it was a proclamation. In the wake of the Great Depression, America turned from private enterprise to public works - not simply to provide jobs, but to restore faith. The ultimate expression of Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal, Grand Coulee played a central role in transforming the Northwest; it was the largest hydroelectric power producing facility in the world when it was completed in March 1941.G
7:00 pm 
The Rise and Fall of Penn Station: American Experience   In 1910, the Pennsylvania Railroad accomplished the enormous engineering feat of building tunnels under New York City's Hudson and East rivers. The tunnels terminated in what was one of the greatest architectural achievements of its time, Pennsylvania Station. Inspired by the Roman baths of Caracalla, Penn Station covered nearly 8 acres and housed one of the largest public spaces in the world, only to be torn down a few decades later. This film examines some of the reasons behind the station's demise.G
8:00 pm 
Independent Lens  "Las Marthas"  This film follows a Mexican American girl and one from Mexico, both of whom are carrying on the tradition of an annual debutante ball in Laredo, Texas, which was established in the aftermath of the U.S.-Mexico War. In a time of economic uncertainty and political tension over immigration, the celebration serves as a reminder of the post-war tensions following the influx of Anglo migrants into Texas during the state's infancy.G
9:00 pm 
Pain, Pus and Poison  "Pus"  Infection can take over the entire human body to the point of death, while infectious disease has regularly wiped out millions of people worldwide. Dr. Michael Mosley explores the earliest attempts to tackle infection to tell the story of how scientists, chemists and doctors help win the battle from Louis Pasteur to Howard Florey. He shows how a small dedicated team wipes out one of mankind's deadliest diseases - smallpox. Part 2 of 3G
10:00 pm 
Grand Coulee Dam: American Experience   Grand Coulee was more than a dam; it was a proclamation. In the wake of the Great Depression, America turned from private enterprise to public works - not simply to provide jobs, but to restore faith. The ultimate expression of Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal, Grand Coulee played a central role in transforming the Northwest; it was the largest hydroelectric power producing facility in the world when it was completed in March 1941.G
11:00 pm 
The Rise and Fall of Penn Station: American Experience   In 1910, the Pennsylvania Railroad accomplished the enormous engineering feat of building tunnels under New York City's Hudson and East rivers. The tunnels terminated in what was one of the greatest architectural achievements of its time, Pennsylvania Station. Inspired by the Roman baths of Caracalla, Penn Station covered nearly 8 acres and housed one of the largest public spaces in the world, only to be torn down a few decades later. This film examines some of the reasons behind the station's demise.G
3:00 pm 
Artifacts & Fiction: Workshop In American Literature  "Workshop 6. Cultural Geography"  The study of cultural geography focuses on how we shape our surrounding space, and how natural and man-made landscapes affect our perspectives. This session looks at literary texts through the lens of relationships of people to their environments. D
4:00 pm 
Science In Focus: Force and Motion  "Drag Races"  Forces can help put objects into motion and can also bring moving objects to a stop. In this workshop, fifth-grade students explore the physics of motion using plastic cars with strings and washers attached to provide a pulling force. The students test the speed of the vehicles and explain what forces bring the vehicles to a stop, as the cars collide with and displace barriers at the end of their run. Finally, the students discuss their findings to help solidify their understanding of the effect of forces on motion.G
5:00 pm 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Shapes"  We're exploring shapes today. Shape is what gives an object its form - they can be geometric like squares or triangles - or a shape can be anamorphic or free form. We begin with a Japanese printing technique called gyotaka to make fish shaped prints. D
5:30 pm 
Signing Time!  "My Favorite Season"  The Signing Time friends sing and sign their way through the changing seasons: winter, spring, summer and fall. D
6:00 pm 
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way  "Go Fish"  Jacques makes picante mussel pilaf, followed by a novel take on a breadcrumb coating for onion-crusted sole with anchovy butter.G
6:30 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Company's Coming"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the Best Prime Rib and perfectly Roasted Brussels Sprouts at home. Finally, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of premium butters. D
7:00 pm 
Chef John Besh's New Orleans   Stuffed Crab Shells, Breaded Red Snapper with Shrimp, Fennel and Oranges, and Hollandaise Sauce. D
7:30 pm 
Chef's Life  "Cracklin' Kitchen"  Vivian goes about christening the restaurant's new "whole animal, no waste" program with two little pigs from Warren Brothers' farm. She uses everything - including the skin - and, on her father's recommendation, demonstrates how to make sweet potatoes with cracklins. D
8:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Installing A Clawfoot Tub with Shower/Installing a Permanent Fire Escape Ladder in a Bedroom"  Richard visits a historic home in Mobile, Alabama, and installs a clawfoot tub with shower. Tom installs a permanent fire escape ladder in a bedroom. Roger shows the best way to prune trees. D
8:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Dubrovnik and Balkan Side-Trips"  From Dubrovnik, a remarkably preserved medieval fortress city, Rick ventures into less-visited corners of the former Yugoslavia. In Bosnia, he visits Mostar. In Montenegro, he sails the fjord-like Bay of Kotor.G
9:00 pm 
Rudy Maxa's World  "London"  Rudy roams the Borough Market where locals gather to shop among pyramids of cheese, baskets of oysters and other displays of fresh fish, game and pastries at the site where a market has existed since the 1st century AD. He also visits the ethnic neighborhood of Spitalfields, takes a speedboat ride on the Thames and goes bar hopping in Soho and Camden Town.G
9:30 pm 
Jacques Pepin: More Fast Food My Way  "Go Fish"  Jacques makes picante mussel pilaf, followed by a novel take on a breadcrumb coating for onion-crusted sole with anchovy butter.G
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Company's Coming"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the Best Prime Rib and perfectly Roasted Brussels Sprouts at home. Finally, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of premium butters. D
10:30 pm 
Pati's Mexican Table  "Family-Style Breakfast"  The breakfast of your dreams, prepared by Pati and her sister Alisa. This episode includes both quick, simple dishes and ones meant for a deliciously messy morning feast. Mexican French Toast Rolls (Dedos Gitanos); Green Chilaquiles in Roasted Tomatillo Sauce; Alisa's Marbled Pound Cake. D
11:00 pm 
Clodagh's Irish Food Trails  "Carlingford and the North East"  NULL
11:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Dubrovnik and Balkan Side-Trips"  From Dubrovnik, a remarkably preserved medieval fortress city, Rick ventures into less-visited corners of the former Yugoslavia. In Bosnia, he visits Mostar. In Montenegro, he sails the fjord-like Bay of Kotor.G
3:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "Code of the West"  At a time when the world is rethinking its drug policies large and small, one state rises to the forefront. Once a pioneer in legalizing medical marijuana, the state of Montana may now become the first to repeal its medical marijuana law. Set against the sweeping vistas of the Rockies, the steamy lamplight of marijuana grow houses, and the bustling halls of the State Capitol, CODE OF THE WEST follows the political process of marijuana policy reform and the recent federal crackdown on medical marijuana growers across the country. D
4:30 pm 
Looking Over Jordan: African Americans and the War   The Civil War began as a means of preserving the Union. However, to nearly four million African Americans, it held a much more personal promise. As Northern armies swept south, selfemancipated slaves sought refuge behind Union lines. D
5:00 pm 
Local USA  "Immigration: Home"  The immigration trail to Nashville, Tennessee; Bhutan refugees who come for religious freedom; the relocation and adaptation of Somalians; and the flourishing professionals in the Kurdish community. D
5:30 pm 
Local USA  "Drive Like A Girl"  "Drive Like A Girl" follows New York's champion all-girls robotics team, The Iron Maidens, just one year after they beat more than 60 male-dominated teams in a regional competition. Though they advanced to the national stage in Atlanta, Ga., they lost before winning it all. D
6:00 pm 
Idaho Reports 2014   Co-hosts Melissa Davlin and Aaron Kunz are joined weekly by political analysts Betsy Russell and Jim Weatherby along with other news professionals to help provide a firsthand account of the week's events at the Idaho Legislature.G
7:00 pm 
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross  "Making A Way Out of No Way (1897-1940)"  Something from Nothing portrays the Jim Crow era, when African Americans struggled to build their own worlds within the harsh, narrow confines of segregation. At the turn of the 20th century, a steady stream of African Americans left the South, fleeing the threat of racial violence, and searching for better opportunities in the North and the West. Leaders like Ida B. Wells, W.E. D
8:00 pm 
Global Voices  "New Year Baby"  Born in a Thai refugee camp on Cambodian New Year, filmmaker Socheata Poeuv grew up in the United States never knowing that her family had survived the Khmer Rouge genocide. In NEW YEAR BABY, she embarks on a journey to Cambodia in search of the truth and why her family's history had been buried in secrecy for so long. D
9:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "The CCC In Idaho"  In the 1930s, Idaho was invaded. Roosevelt's Tree Army - the Civilian Conservation Corps - swept into the state's forests, rangelands and parks. Today, veterans of the CCC revisit the trails, bridges, picnic facilities and even a tunnel they constructed. The show reflects on how the CCC changed Idaho and a generation.G
9:30 pm 
Dialogue  "David Macaulay: Conversations from the Sun Valley Writers' Conference"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with the creator of books that explain how architectural wonders such as pyramids and cathedrals were built.G
10:00 pm 
Nature  "Honey Badgers: Masters of Mayhem"  Little is known about the honey badger's behavior in the wild or why this so-called "thug of the savannah" is so aggressive. But experts know this much: This relentless creature is one the most fearless animals in the world.G
11:00 pm 
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross  "Making A Way Out of No Way (1897-1940)"  Something from Nothing portrays the Jim Crow era, when African Americans struggled to build their own worlds within the harsh, narrow confines of segregation. At the turn of the 20th century, a steady stream of African Americans left the South, fleeing the threat of racial violence, and searching for better opportunities in the North and the West. Leaders like Ida B. Wells, W.E. D

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