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April 23, 2013
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Bluegrass Underground  "The Vespers"  Absolutely one of "alternative Nashville's" biggest buzz bands, the Vespers feature sisters Callie and Phoebe Cryar and brothers Bruno and Taylor Jones. Their hard-to-pin-down sound leads to a fresh and dynamic mixture of folk, rock and Appalachian stomp, a place where banjos battle drums and fuzz-toned guitars shred mountain ballads, all held together by the Cryar sisters' saintly/sinful harmonies. The Huffington Post's Michael Bialas recently dubbed them ". D

11:30 am 
Music Voyager  "Israel: Voices from the Desert"  Host Jacob Edgar travels to Israel to attend a once-in-a-lifetime concert of The Idan Raichel Project at the foot of the magnificent "Solomon's Pillars", a natural rock formation in the Negev Desert near the Red Sea resort city of Eilat. Idan Raichel, an internationally renowned star of the Israeli music scene, serves as his guide. At the technical rehearsals and sound check for the desert concert, Jacob meets the artists featured on stage. D

12:00 pm 
Sesame Street  "Rocco's Playdate"  Elmo and Zoe have an arts and crafts play date, but Rocco, Zoe's pet rock, is upset that he doesn't have his own play date. Elmo volunteers to find a friend who is round for Rocco and brings in a balloon. But Rocco wants a friend with a face and hair. D

1:00 pm 
Dinosaur Train  "One Small Dinosaur/T. Rex Migration"  One Small Dinosaur - Mrs. Pteranodon takes Buddy and Tiny to visit a Mikey Microraptor, one of the smallest of dinosaurs ever. Tiny is annoyed that Mikey is even smaller than she is, but Mikey looks up to Tiny as a role model. T. rex Migration - Buddy and Tiny go to visit their friend Annie Tyrannosaurus and discover she isn't home, so they follow clues and find her on a migration with her family. D

1:30 pm 
Super Why!  "Tiddalick The Frog"  Whyatt's mom tells him that he's wasting water. This is a really big problem and he's not sure how to fix it. So the Super Readers dash into the Australian folk tale of Tiddalick the Frog and make the acquaintance of a funny amphibian whose puddle jumping is using up all the water and leaving his neighbors in the dust - literally! As the Super Readers help Tiddalick and his dry friends, they learn how important water is to the planet along with a valuable lesson about conservation. D

2:00 pm 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Gorillas in the Nest/Tale of a Dragon"  Gorillas in the Nest - Sally and Nick have made a sleepover tent on the floor. But it's not very comfortable. The Cat's friend Gordon the Gorilla knows how to make a comfortable bed. D

2:30 pm 
Wild Kratts  "Rainforest Stew"  When Chris and Martin go in search of an obscure rainforest creature to add to their Life Lists, the Wild Kratts becomes embroiled in the complex relationships of a tropical rainforest. D

3:00 pm 
Wyland's Art Studio  "Humpback and Calf"  Inspiring creativity using light and shadows to create 3 dimensional effects.G

3:30 pm 
Piano Guy   Host Scott Houston and guests show viewers how to play an original composition entitled "A Journey Home" and the signature intro from "New York, New York." Five-time Grammy nominee, David Benoit, also gives us his thoughts on composing original material. Other featured artists include Lori Mechem, Dave Powers and Karl Propst. D

4:00 pm 
NOVA  "Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Life Explodes"  How did life storm the beaches and dominate planet Earth? Ancient Australian fossils offer clues. Host Richard Smith introduces Earth's forgotten pioneers: the scuttling arthropod armies that invaded the shores and the waves of green revolutionaries whose battle for the light pushed plant life across the face of a barren continent. Part 2 of 4G

5:00 pm 
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6:00 pm 
NOVA  "Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Life Explodes"  How did life storm the beaches and dominate planet Earth? Ancient Australian fossils offer clues. Host Richard Smith introduces Earth's forgotten pioneers: the scuttling arthropod armies that invaded the shores and the waves of green revolutionaries whose battle for the light pushed plant life across the face of a barren continent. Part 2 of 4G

7:00 pm 
Everyday Edisons  "Hey, Good Lookin', Whatcha Got Cookin'?"  Outdoor cooking has been a part of the American heritage since the country was founded, but with Al Contarino's new concept in grilling, it has taken on a whole new look. The Continous Convection Grill, as he calls it, works on the premise that heat escapes from your grill every time you peek into it. The inventor has built a prototype that proposes a way to watch what's coming on the grill without lifting the lid; to monitor burgers, steaks or chicken without hovering over a hot flame. D

7:30 pm 
Everyday Edisons  "A Hot and Steamy Clean"  Sponges, dishcloths and soapy rags dipped into a bucket or sink over and over may not be the most hygienic way to clean your kitchen. That's why prolific inventor, Eric Huber, decided to do something about it. His idea was a device that contains water from the tap that after putting in the microwave can hold the temperature to the point of steaming while you wipe off surfaces. D

8:00 pm 
Guts with Michael Mosley   Using the latest in medical imagery and a tiny state-of-the-art camera "pill" that he swallows at the start of the film, host Michael Mosley takes viewers on a remarkable journey through his own internal system. At each stage he talks to medical experts and explains the amazing functions that happen without our conscious effort.G

9:00 pm 
Battlefield Medicine   From the trauma wards of Camp Bastion field hospital in Afghanistan, to cutting-edge medical research labs, Michael Mosley follows the medical pioneers behind procedures that have seen the survival rate among injured servicemen and women rise to 90 percent. Designed for the war zone, these developments are already making waves in emergency rooms, from spray-on skin cells to heal burns, to innovative surgical techniques like rebuilding damaged hands from scratch. Part 1 of 2G

10:00 pm 
NOVA  "Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Life Explodes"  How did life storm the beaches and dominate planet Earth? Ancient Australian fossils offer clues. Host Richard Smith introduces Earth's forgotten pioneers: the scuttling arthropod armies that invaded the shores and the waves of green revolutionaries whose battle for the light pushed plant life across the face of a barren continent. Part 2 of 4G

11:00 pm 
Everyday Edisons  "Hey, Good Lookin', Whatcha Got Cookin'?"  Outdoor cooking has been a part of the American heritage since the country was founded, but with Al Contarino's new concept in grilling, it has taken on a whole new look. The Continous Convection Grill, as he calls it, works on the premise that heat escapes from your grill every time you peek into it. The inventor has built a prototype that proposes a way to watch what's coming on the grill without lifting the lid; to monitor burgers, steaks or chicken without hovering over a hot flame. D

11:30 pm 
Everyday Edisons  "A Hot and Steamy Clean"  Sponges, dishcloths and soapy rags dipped into a bucket or sink over and over may not be the most hygienic way to clean your kitchen. That's why prolific inventor, Eric Huber, decided to do something about it. His idea was a device that contains water from the tap that after putting in the microwave can hold the temperature to the point of steaming while you wipe off surfaces. D

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