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4:00 am 
Hustle  "Silent Witness"  Mickey and his team have a wealth of potential marks lined up but when Eddie's niece gets scammed by ruthless modeling agent Wendy Stanton, the ultimate ice-queen, everything goes on hold. Team members need an ambitious plan - modeling shoots, lifestyle coaches and a meeting at the American embassy begin to take shape.G
5:00 am 
Story of India  "Ages of Gold"  Discover amazing achievements of India's golden age from 300 to 1000 AD and find a sacred mountain. Part 4 of 6G
6:00 am 
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  "Musical Games/Talking About Feelings"  Mister Rogers visits with his friend and Neighbor Mr. McFeely. They go to Betty Aberlin's house to watch Betty's friend, Mary Jo Barron, teach a group of children some games and songs. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a flying turkey delivers a message to Lady Elaine Fairchilde and Robert Troll. D
6:30 am 
Curious George  "Movie House Monkey/Cooking with Monkey"  Movie House Monkey - The Man with the Yellow Hat and George decide to rescue a beloved old bijou theatre from being replaced by a self-cleaning parking lot. If they can show Mr. Glass a truly "unique" experience, he promises to save the theatre from being demolished. So, with the Doorman and Hundley's help, they restore the theater to its original pristine beauty and organize a special screening of Mr. Glass's favorite movie. D
7:00 am 
Wild Kratts  "Caracal-Minton"  The Wild Kratts crew is are playing badminton on the African savannah when a high jumping wildcat called a caracal steals the birdie. And this is no ordinary birdie - it is Aviva's precious family heirloom. As they rush to get back the treasure from an elusive, leaping Caracal cat, they learn how the caracal's musculature is specifically designed stalking and leaping- a perfect example of the concept of "form for function. D
7:30 am 
Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo  "Dry Duck Part 1/Part 2"  Beaver Boy moves away and Quack's pond dries up. Pocoyo: The Great Race - Elly and Pocoyo have a race, and are surprised when a rank outsider bests them. D
8:00 am 
Science Trek  "Trees"  The oldest living thing on Earth is a tree. It is also the heaviest and the tallest. Trees keep our air clean, reduce noise pollution, improve water quality, help prevent erosion, create shade, provide food, building materials, homes for wildlife, and make our world beautiful. Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guests Brian Jorgenson, City of Boise Forester, and Michelle Youngquist, Educational Coordinator, Idaho Forest Products Commission, answer students' questions about trees.G
8:30 am 
Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps  "Angelina and the New Music Store/Angelina and Ms. Mimi"  Angelina and the New Music Store - Angelina wants to celebrate the opening of her dad's new music store with a splashy party and a musical production. She enlists Marco and Vici to play some of the instruments that will be sold in the store. The trouble is, Mrs. Thimble, whose store is directly across the street, doesn't appreciate the loud music that interferes with her daily nap. D
9:00 am 
Bob the Builder  "Being Your Best"  Night Time Scratch - Scratch is so excited about today's job, installing the floodlights at the football ground, that he has hardly slept a wink the night before. During the build, Scratch is disappointed to find out that the floodlights will be tested after his bedtime. Frantic to be allowed to stay up, Scratch asks if he can have a nap during the day so he will be rested for that night. D
9:30 am 
Barney & Friends  "The Misbegotten Moon, A Space Adventure"  To her dismay, Baby Bop sees a half-moon and thinks the moon is broken in half! Through comic events, she goes on a search to find the missing pieces. Barney takes her and the kids on a magical adventure to the moon where she meets the Man in the Moon who eases her concerns. D
10:00 am 
Wishbone  "Furst Impressions"  This live-action program follows the exploits of Wishbone the dog and his human friends, Joe, David and Samantha through their adventures intheir hometown of Oakdale. Wishbone's everyday experiences trigger hi s imagination and he finds himself in scenes from classic works of literature. In this episode, attending the Oakdale school beach party social has the kids in an uproar. D
10:30 am 
WordWorld  "Playing Spies/Wee Little Whale"  Playing Spies: When Sheep and Duck think that Dog has a secret, they decide to play "spy" to figure out the mystery. As they secretly watch Dog, they discover he wants to build a word with the "oo" sound. But will they be caught before they can guess Dog's secret? Wee Little Whale: Sheep rescues a tiny whale who is stuck in some seaweed and brings her home to her haystack. D
11:00 am 
BBC Newsnight   NULL
11:30 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Income Shift"  Guest: Mark Freeman, Portfolio Manager, Westwood Income Opportunity Fund. This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack explores ways to find income in a low yield world without taking on too much risk. One of Morningstar's favorite fund managers, Westwood Income Opportunity Fund's Mark Freeman, explains why he is moving out of bonds and into stocks. D
12:00 pm 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   International Violence Against Women Act; Cheney Sisters Gay Marriage Dispute; Child Brides in India. PANELISTS: Darlene Kennedy; Rina Shah; Rep. Donna Edwards (MD); Kim Gandy National Network to End Domestic Violence. D
12:30 pm 
1:00 pm 
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer  "Brunswick's Riverfront"  The waterfront park in Brunswick, Georgia is where Roger sets up his easel to paint a Victorian style structure. Sarah takes time to learn more about the Liberty Ships that were built in the town during World War II. D
1:30 pm 
Sewing with Nancy  "Sew Amazing Scarves, Part 2"  Use a little fabric and some creativity for instant success making these fashionable scarves. Create flirty textured scarves in a matter of minutes using a few knots and a little sewing. This program features Knot Your Average Scarf, 20-Minute Scarf, S-Curve Scarf, Flirty Scarf, and All Knotted Up Scarf-as easy as it gets! Learn new and innovative techniques that are perfect for scarves. D
2:00 pm 
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting  "Anniversary Memories"  If you want to organize the making of a memory quilt, this episode will guide you through the process. Two quilts are featured-one for an anniversary, and one featuring a memories of a child's kindergarten year. Marianne Fons and Mary Fons share how to collect photos, signatures, and artwork and transfer them to fabric. D
2:30 pm 
Hometime  "Creekside Home Surfaces"  Discover ways to cover floors, walls and ceilings as the new home project continues. D
3:00 pm 
Woodsmith Shop  "5 Cool Tools"  The editors of Woodsmith show you how to get more out of the tools, jigs, and accessories they use every day. D
3:30 pm 
This Old House  "Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013/One Year Later"  One year after Sandy, three projects conclude on the Jersey Shore. Richard visits the "Mantoloking Miracle": garage doors, designing a planter, and an interior design that repurposes what was once a garage. Kevin, Norm, Richard and Roger all meet up at a wharf-side wrap party to celebrate new friends determined to restore the shore!. D
4:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Preparing for Severe Weather"  In this special episode, the guys help homeowners prepare for severe weather. Richard visits Oklahoma to install a safe room for tornado protection. Tom visits a lab to test different hurricane window protection. D
4:30 pm 
Growing a Greener World  "Bountiful Harvest (Atlanta, Birmingham, AL)"  From seed to pantry, we share not only how to get the best flavors from the garden, but how to capture that harvest in a jar for year round flavor. D
5:00 pm 
Dialogue  "Brinkley On Cronkite"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with historian Douglas Brinkley about his biography of iconic CBS newsman Walter Cronkite.G
5:30 pm 
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend   On Sunday, NewsHour Weekend profiles an innovative probation program in Hawaii that has been so successful in reforming offenders and keeping them out of prison, it's now being copied in courtrooms across the nation. That, and the weekend's news, online and on-air. D
6:30 pm 
British Antiques Roadshow  "Swindon 1"  At the Steam Museum in Swindon, treasures include one of the rarest pieces of silver brought to the show, and a small ring that holds a big surprise for the owner. There are also uneaten slices of royal wedding cakes and hundreds of rail tickets from stations that closed in the 1960s.G
7:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "The Foothills"  The backdrop for Idaho's Statehouse and the city of Boise is also the instant getaway for people in the Treasure Valley with more than 10,000 acres set aside through a voter-approved levy and more than 135 miles of trails. Runners, walkers, mountain bikers, wildflower hunters, wildlife watchers and more make year around use of the Foothills, which merge into the Boise Ridge, topped by Bogus Basin Ski Resort.G
7:29 pm 
Oregon Field Guide  "Oregon Land Use, Smith Rock Revisited, Sea Cave Kayaking"  Oregon's revolutionary land use law started limiting sprawl in 1973. Despite constant challenges, it has survived 40-plus years. The result is a vibrant farm industry.G
8:00 pm 
Carol Burnett: The Mark Twain Prize   The comedic icon and performing legend is the guest of honor for the 16th Kennedy Center's Twain Prize for American Humor. The all-star cast includes Julie Andrews, Lucie Arnaz, Tony Bennett, Tim Conway and Vicki Lawrence. The program features an assortment of comedic highlights from Burnett's half century in show business.G
10:00 pm 
Masterpiece Classic  "Downton Abbey (S2 E7)"  It is Christmas, 1919, and the Crawley family plan a lavish affair for themselves and their guests. John Bates' future is yet to be determined, causing tension in the household. Violet is unsure of her daughter Rosamund's new beau. Strife continues for Lady Mary and Sir Richard despite the festivities. Part 7 of 7G
3:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "The Foothills"  The backdrop for Idaho's Statehouse and the city of Boise is also the instant getaway for people in the Treasure Valley with more than 10,000 acres set aside through a voter-approved levy and more than 135 miles of trails. Runners, walkers, mountain bikers, wildflower hunters, wildlife watchers and more make year around use of the Foothills, which merge into the Boise Ridge, topped by Bogus Basin Ski Resort.G
3:30 am 
MotorWeek   R/T: '14 HONDA ACCORD HYBRID CC: TBD GOSS: BOROSCOPE FYI: TBD L/T: TOYOTA RAV4, RAM 1500 MN: TBD R/T: '13 CHEVROLET SONIC RS. D
4:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Don't Get Push"  Telly, Baby Bear, and Rosita are playing school, and Telly is the teacher! He asks someone to come up to the board and write the letter of the day, the letter "T." Very excited, Rosita pushes Baby Bear as she makes her way to the blackboard. Telly explains that it was not okay for her to push Baby Bear. D
5:00 am 
Sid The Science Kid  "All My Senses"  Sid wants to know about all his different senses. At school, Sid and his friends embark on a quest to explore vision, hearing, touch, smell and taste!. D
5:30 am 
Peg + Cat  "The Chicken Problem/The Space Creature Problem"  The Chicken Problem - The Farm. Peg and Cat have to get 100 chickens back in the coop before the farmer sees. Primary Content: Size correspondence; Secondary Content: The number 100. D
6:00 am 
ACL Presents: Americana Music Festival   This AUSTIN CITY LIMITS special features the best in American roots music, without the awards presentations. Taped at the Americana Music Awards in Nashville, featured performers include Lucinda Williams, Gregg Allman, Robert Plant, the Civil Wars, Jessica Lea Mayfield and Justin Townes Earle.G
7:00 am 
Secrets of Scotland Yard   No police institution in the world has captured the public imagination in the same way as Scotland Yard. The name has become synonymous with London's police force, but actually comes from the location of the original police headquarters building. Its officers are often seen in the news as protectors of the royal family and other British officials, but Scotland Yard is most often associated with police detectives.G
8:00 am 
Dialogue  "Brinkley On Cronkite"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with historian Douglas Brinkley about his biography of iconic CBS newsman Walter Cronkite.G
8:30 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "The Foothills"  The backdrop for Idaho's Statehouse and the city of Boise is also the instant getaway for people in the Treasure Valley with more than 10,000 acres set aside through a voter-approved levy and more than 135 miles of trails. Runners, walkers, mountain bikers, wildflower hunters, wildlife watchers and more make year around use of the Foothills, which merge into the Boise Ridge, topped by Bogus Basin Ski Resort.G
9:00 am 
Oregon Field Guide  "Sudden Oak Death, Restoring Animal Corridors"  Forresters use slash and burn to contain the deadly microbial pest that threatens Oregon's tanoak trees. The episode also looks at ways wildlife experts seek to separate animals and cars.G
9:30 am 
Roadtrip Nation  "Be Well-Rounded"  In New York City, the team meets with Mariette DiChristina, Editor-in-Chief of Scientific American, who was able to combine her interests in writing, science, and art into a meaningful career. Mariette urges the Roadtrippers to incorporate their passions into their work-even if they face criticism from others. Moving north, the Roadtrippers arrange a visit with Vicki Smith, a game designer at Vicarious Visions. D
10:00 am 
Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers  "The Intimate Machine"  They're called personal computers, but human interactions with them are utterly impersonal, via keyboard and mouse. Alan Alda gets to communicate with computers that know who he is, where he is, what he' s doing and even how he's feeling. The ultimate such computer - actually a cute and cuddly robot - is being developed in a unique collaboration between Hollywood and MIT. D
11:00 am 
NOVA  "Asteroid: Doomsday Or Payday?"  From the width of a football field to the size of a small city, the space rocks called asteroids have the potential to be killers: in a collision with Earth, they could set off deadly blast waves, raging fires and colossal tidal waves. But some audacious entrepreneurs look up at asteroids and see payday, not doomsday.G
12:00 pm 
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross  "Rise! (1940-1968)"  This episode examines the long road to civil rights, when the deep contradictions in American society finally became unsustainable. Beginning in World War II, African Americans who helped fight fascism abroad come home to face the same old racial violence. But this time, mass media - from print to radio and TV - broadcast that injustice to the world, planting seeds of resistance. Part 5 of 6G
1:00 pm 
Globe Trekker  "Globe Trekker Food Hour: Southern China"  New Zealand chef Peter Gordon discovers the roots of Cantonese cuisine. His journey takes him north to Lianzhou, the mountain home of the Yao tribe, where he cooks succulent spiced pork. Next he walks the rice fields of the Pearl River Delta, cooks up a feast for boat racing crews in Guangzhou, shops in the fabled market of Qingping, and samples street fare in Chaozhou.G
2:00 pm 
Dialogue  "Brinkley On Cronkite"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with historian Douglas Brinkley about his biography of iconic CBS newsman Walter Cronkite.G
2:30 pm 
3:00 pm 
Biz Kid$  "How to Make A Million Bucks!"  It is possible! If you start early and save consistently, you'll take advantage of the power of compound interest. You can make a million by working hard, spending less than you make, and saving, saving, saving. Meet a 16-year-old with a fashion recycling business. D
3:30 pm 
Oregon Field Guide  "Burrowing Shrimp, Train Mountain, Taylor's Checkerspot Butterfly"  The small creatures help keep Oregon bays and estuaries clean but one species is at risk. Then, the episode jumps aboard a 15-mile mini-railroad paradise.G
4:00 pm 
Masterpiece Classic  "Downton Abbey (S2 E6)"  The Spanish flu strikes Downton, disrupting one match, hastening another and transforming the fortunes of all. Mary, Sybil and Robert each confront a moment of truth. Anna and Bates know a moment of happiness. Part 6 of 7G
6:00 pm 
Lincoln@Gettysburg   The telegraph, the "Internet" of the 19th century, gave President Abraham Lincoln new powers to reshape leadership and wield personal control across distant battlefields. The results of Lincoln's pioneering experiment in electronic leadership led to the rebirth of America on the fields of Gettysburg.G
7:00 pm 
Secrets of Scotland Yard   No police institution in the world has captured the public imagination in the same way as Scotland Yard. The name has become synonymous with London's police force, but actually comes from the location of the original police headquarters building. Its officers are often seen in the news as protectors of the royal family and other British officials, but Scotland Yard is most often associated with police detectives.G
8:00 pm 
JFK: American Experience  "Part Two"  Now president, John Kennedy faces the spread of communism and continuing Cold War fears. The Bay of Pigs invasion turns into a disaster. Kennedy takes a stand against the spread of communism in Vietnam, and then faces Nikita Khrushchev over the Cuban Missile Crisis, which ends in successful negotiations. On the domestic front, civil rights prove tricky, finally forcing the administration to intervene in the South. Part 2 of 2G
10:00 pm 
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross  "Rise! (1940-1968)"  This episode examines the long road to civil rights, when the deep contradictions in American society finally became unsustainable. Beginning in World War II, African Americans who helped fight fascism abroad come home to face the same old racial violence. But this time, mass media - from print to radio and TV - broadcast that injustice to the world, planting seeds of resistance. Part 5 of 6G
11:00 pm 
Lincoln@Gettysburg   The telegraph, the "Internet" of the 19th century, gave President Abraham Lincoln new powers to reshape leadership and wield personal control across distant battlefields. The results of Lincoln's pioneering experiment in electronic leadership led to the rebirth of America on the fields of Gettysburg.G
2:30 am 
Critical Issues In School Reform  "Stories of Public Engagement: B.U.I.L.D."  Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development (B.U.I.L.D.), a local community organizing agency, has helped urban parents set up after-school learning centers and become advocates for their children's learning.G
3:00 am 
Lincoln@Gettysburg   The telegraph, the "Internet" of the 19th century, gave President Abraham Lincoln new powers to reshape leadership and wield personal control across distant battlefields. The results of Lincoln's pioneering experiment in electronic leadership led to the rebirth of America on the fields of Gettysburg.G
4:00 am 
Social Studies In Action: A Teaching Practices Library, K-12  "Standards Overview, 9-12"  This program shows a variety of complex topics from high school lessons, illustrating how the NCSS standards and themes can be integrated into teaching in grades 9–12. Teachers will be able to see how the curriculum can be expanded to address complex issues and content in meaningful ways and become much more sophisticated in exploring all areas of social studies. D
5:00 am 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Sea Life"  Dive in, as we make a clay shell, sea life finger puppets, an under the sea diorama and window aquarium clings as Hands On goes underwater. D
5:30 am 
Signing Time!  "The Great Backyard"  During a hike in the woods, Alex, Leah and Hopkins try to spot animals. D
6:00 am 
New Scandinavian Cooking with Andreas Viestad  "Salmon"  Andreas sets up his mobile kitchen on the banks of the Namsen River to prepare a wide selection of salmon dishes.G
6:30 am 
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu   On this week's episode of on "Healthful Indian flavors with Alamelu", Alamelu will prepare a mouthwatering Lamb Saag that is, lamb enhanced with organic fresh baby spinach, a Mushroom and Onion Fry, and the nutrient packed, bright orange colored Sweet potatoes seasoned with spices and garlic. Show Recipes: Seasoned Sweet Potatoes; Lamb Saag (Lamb with Spinach); Mushroom and Onion Fry. D
7:00 am 
Journeys In India  "Bangalore and Ooty"  Bangalore is a city with many names: the Garden City, the Pub City, the Fashion Capital the list goes on. Follow Bill as he journeys through this city of contrasts and touches on its many faces. We visit Cubbon Park and Lal Bagh Gardens, shop in the markets and explore the nightlife of the modern city. D
7:30 am 
Journeys In Africa  "Nairobi: The Enchanted City"  Nairobi is the capital of Kenya and one of the most fascinating cities in Africa. On our visit we'll see the colonial architecture ofa bygone era and the ultra-modern side of town as well. We'll learn the truth behind the Out of Africa story and Bill comes eye to eye with some endangered giraffes. D
8:00 am 
Ask This Old House  "Preparing for Severe Weather"  In this special episode, the guys help homeowners prepare for severe weather. Richard visits Oklahoma to install a safe room for tornado protection. Tom visits a lab to test different hurricane window protection. D
8:30 am 
The Woodwright's Shop  "Inlaid Lettering with Steve Latta"  See how to make your name in holly wood by setting slender stringing into the slotted surface. D
9:00 am 
Growing a Greener World  "Composting in the Twenty-First Century"  Although basic composting happens naturally, with the advent of some scientific know-how, we can still enhance the best soil amendment on earth: compost. Some companies, run by avid gardeners, have made it their life's work to make a good thing even better. In this episode, we dig deeper into some of this work to find out how modern science has improved on perfection and how we can apply this information to our own gardens for even better results. D
9:30 am 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Flowers, Flowers Everywhere"  Katie adds color and life to every room with floral hoops and framed flowers then puts a new twist on classic recipes, including lemon thyme pound cake and rosy fudge. D
10:00 am 
Burt Wolf: Taste of Freedom  "Thanksgiving"  Wolf traces the origins of the American family holiday and details what stuffing the founding fathers preferred.G
10:30 am 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Harvest"  Inspired by the change in season, the Katie Brown Workshop make no-carve pumpkins and a coffee-stained cork menu. Recipes: roast turkey, wild rice stuffing with mushroom gravy and nutty caramel pumpkin pie. D
11:00 am 
Chef Paul Prudhomme's Always Cooking!  "How to Make A Turducken"  Turducken -- a turkey, stuffed with a duck, stuffed with a chicken, with oyster dressing inside the chicken, Andouille dressing between the chicken and the duck, and cornbread dressing between the duck and the turkey. It's a lot of fun to let your guests think you're serving them a regular holiday turkey. When you start to carve the "turkey," they'll be quite surprised to see you cut through its "bones!". D
11:30 am 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Home for the Holidays"  Katie demonstrates how infuse a home with the spirit of the season. In the Kitchen: Mouth-Watering Roasted Turkey, Delicious Garlic Potatoes, and a Quick-and-Easy Apple Crumble. Projects: A wreath made from rope. D
12:00 pm 
Standing Bear's Footsteps   Standing Bear, an Indian chief, goes to court to prove he is a person and redefines what it means to be an American. He had been arrested in 1879 while trying to return his dead son's body to homelands in Nebraska from exile in the malaria-infested plains of Indian Territory. The trial makes front page news across America.G
1:00 pm 
Assessment In Math and Science: What's The Point?  "What'd I Get?"  Well-designed performance tasks give teachers the information necessary to evaluate the depth of students' understanding — but how can teachers determine nquality work? This workshop demonstrates how teachers can construct assessment tools for benchmarks of student understanding. The role of students in the construction of scoring tools and the process of assessment will be a primary focus. D
2:30 pm 
Critical Issues In School Reform  "Stories of Public Engagement: B.U.I.L.D."  Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development (B.U.I.L.D.), a local community organizing agency, has helped urban parents set up after-school learning centers and become advocates for their children's learning.G
3:00 pm 
Lincoln@Gettysburg   The telegraph, the "Internet" of the 19th century, gave President Abraham Lincoln new powers to reshape leadership and wield personal control across distant battlefields. The results of Lincoln's pioneering experiment in electronic leadership led to the rebirth of America on the fields of Gettysburg.G
4:00 pm 
Social Studies In Action: A Teaching Practices Library, K-12  "Standards Overview, 9-12"  This program shows a variety of complex topics from high school lessons, illustrating how the NCSS standards and themes can be integrated into teaching in grades 9–12. Teachers will be able to see how the curriculum can be expanded to address complex issues and content in meaningful ways and become much more sophisticated in exploring all areas of social studies. D
5:00 pm 
Hands On Crafts for Kids  "Sea Life"  Dive in, as we make a clay shell, sea life finger puppets, an under the sea diorama and window aquarium clings as Hands On goes underwater. D
5:30 pm 
Signing Time!  "The Great Backyard"  During a hike in the woods, Alex, Leah and Hopkins try to spot animals. D
6:00 pm 
Essential Pepin  "Sweet Endings"  Chocolate Mint Truffettes; Quick Almond And Plum Cake; Tuiles A L'orange; Summer Cornets Susie. D
6:30 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Chili and Stew Go Vegetarian"  Host Christopher Kimball travels to Foxy Farms in the Salinas Valley to see where the nation's produce is grown. Then he heads into the test kitchen with test cook Becky Hays to learn how to make the Best Vegetarian Chili. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for vegetable peelers in the Equipment Corner. D
7:00 pm 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Vegetables"  Blanching, steaming and roasting - these three simple methods are the best for highlighting vegetables' flavors and retaining their nutritional properties. Let Martha guide you through these techniques and show you how you can use them to prepare an endless variety of perfect vegetable dishes in your own home. D
7:30 pm 
Chef John Besh's Family Table   Avocado Salad & Grilled Tomato; Salt-Baked Striped Bass; Drew's Cake, A Blueberry Cobbler. D
8:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Preparing for Severe Weather"  In this special episode, the guys help homeowners prepare for severe weather. Richard visits Oklahoma to install a safe room for tornado protection. Tom visits a lab to test different hurricane window protection. D
8:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe Classics  "The Alps of Austria and Italy"  Tirolean Innsbruck offers a towering Olympic ski jump and a dirndl- clad world of alpine thrills. Follow the Brenner Pass to Italy's rugged Dolomites for Alps with pasta.G
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 
Essential Pepin  "Sweet Endings"  Chocolate Mint Truffettes; Quick Almond And Plum Cake; Tuiles A L'orange; Summer Cornets Susie. D
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Chili and Stew Go Vegetarian"  Host Christopher Kimball travels to Foxy Farms in the Salinas Valley to see where the nation's produce is grown. Then he heads into the test kitchen with test cook Becky Hays to learn how to make the Best Vegetarian Chili. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for vegetable peelers in the Equipment Corner. D
10:30 pm 
Pati's Mexican Table  "Mexican Picnic"  What's on the menu at a typical Mexican picnic? Are some foods, like hot dogs and hamburgers, universal? Turn your backyard into a little slice of Mexico by tweaking some old stand-bys. Recipes will include: Ancho Chile Mexican Hamburgers with Lime Aioli; Pickled Onion and Potato Salad; Garabatos or "Scribbles" Cookies. D
11:00 pm 
Cooking Odyssey  "Thessaloniki - Part 2"  Eva vists the museum of Byzantine culture explores a vineyard with one of the largest corkscrew collections in Europe and discovers a Jewish museum in northern Greece, and Chef Yianni makes a unique Byzantine inspired dessert. D
11:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe Classics  "The Alps of Austria and Italy"  Tirolean Innsbruck offers a towering Olympic ski jump and a dirndl- clad world of alpine thrills. Follow the Brenner Pass to Italy's rugged Dolomites for Alps with pasta.G
2:30 am 
Injunuity   Injunuity is a collage of reflections on the Native American world, our shared past, our turbulent present, and our undiscovered future. From Columbus to the western expansion to tribal casinos, we are taught that the Native way, while at times glorious, is something of the past, something that needed to be replaced by a manifest destiny from across the ocean. But in a world increasingly short of real answers, it is time we looked to Native wisdom for guidance. D
3:00 am 
Teaching Channel Presents  "Middle School"  Middle School: See how middle school students in America are being prepared for high school. Follow along as students read a fairy tale to learn the concepts of plot and theme. Find out why passing notes is encouraged in a sixth grade class. D
4:00 am 
Moyers & Company  "Zombie Politics and Casino Capitalism"  In his book Zombie Politics and Culture in the Age of Casino Capitalism, author and scholar Henry Giroux connects the dots, threading together ideas and experiences to prove his theory that our current system is informed by a "machinery of social and civil death" that chills "any vestige of a robust democracy." This week on Moyers &Company (check local listings), Giroux explains that such a machine turns people into zombies - "people who are basically so caught up with surviving that they become like the walking dead - they lose their sense of agency, they lose their homes, they lose their jobs." What's more, Giroux points out, the system that creates this vacuum has little to do with expanding the meaning and the substance of democracy itself. D
5:00 am 
Washington Week   NULL
5:30 am 
6:00 am 
6:30 am 
7:00 am 
America ReFramed  "The Medicine Game"  The Medicine Game shares the remarkable journey of two brothers from the Onondaga Nation driven by a single goal; to beat the odds and play lacrosse for national powerhouse Syracuse University. The obstacles in their way are frequent and daunting. In their darkest hour, and with their dreams crumbling around them, the boys must look to their family and to their Native teachings for guidance and stability. D
8:30 am 
Injunuity   Injunuity is a collage of reflections on the Native American world, our shared past, our turbulent present, and our undiscovered future. From Columbus to the western expansion to tribal casinos, we are taught that the Native way, while at times glorious, is something of the past, something that needed to be replaced by a manifest destiny from across the ocean. But in a world increasingly short of real answers, it is time we looked to Native wisdom for guidance. D
9:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "The Foothills"  The backdrop for Idaho's Statehouse and the city of Boise is also the instant getaway for people in the Treasure Valley with more than 10,000 acres set aside through a voter-approved levy and more than 135 miles of trails. Runners, walkers, mountain bikers, wildflower hunters, wildlife watchers and more make year around use of the Foothills, which merge into the Boise Ridge, topped by Bogus Basin Ski Resort.G
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Dialogue  "Brinkley On Cronkite"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with historian Douglas Brinkley about his biography of iconic CBS newsman Walter Cronkite.G
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Lincoln@Gettysburg   In 1863 Abraham Lincoln proved himself a master of a new frontier-not on the battlefields of the Civil War, but in his "high-tech" command center: the War Department Telegraph Office, America's first "Situation Room." The "Internet" of the 19th century, the telegraph gave Lincoln new powers to reshape leadership and wield personal control across distant battlefields. The results of Lincoln's pioneering experiment in electronic leadership led to the rebirth of America on the fields of Gettysburg. D
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Lincoln: Prelude to the Presidency   To commemorate Abraham Lincoln's 200th birthday in 2009, this film pieces together a critical 23-year period (1837-1860). Interviews with historians, researchers and other experts, along with re-enactments filmed at historic sites in central Illinois, show how his formative experience as a young lawyer on Illinois' Eighth Judicial Circuit informed his views on issues he would face as president.G
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Moyers & Company  "Zombie Politics and Casino Capitalism"  In his book Zombie Politics and Culture in the Age of Casino Capitalism, author and scholar Henry Giroux connects the dots, threading together ideas and experiences to prove his theory that our current system is informed by a "machinery of social and civil death" that chills "any vestige of a robust democracy." This week on Moyers &Company (check local listings), Giroux explains that such a machine turns people into zombies - "people who are basically so caught up with surviving that they become like the walking dead - they lose their sense of agency, they lose their homes, they lose their jobs." What's more, Giroux points out, the system that creates this vacuum has little to do with expanding the meaning and the substance of democracy itself. D
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Washington Week   NULL
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America ReFramed  "The Medicine Game"  The Medicine Game shares the remarkable journey of two brothers from the Onondaga Nation driven by a single goal; to beat the odds and play lacrosse for national powerhouse Syracuse University. The obstacles in their way are frequent and daunting. In their darkest hour, and with their dreams crumbling around them, the boys must look to their family and to their Native teachings for guidance and stability. D
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Injunuity   Injunuity is a collage of reflections on the Native American world, our shared past, our turbulent present, and our undiscovered future. From Columbus to the western expansion to tribal casinos, we are taught that the Native way, while at times glorious, is something of the past, something that needed to be replaced by a manifest destiny from across the ocean. But in a world increasingly short of real answers, it is time we looked to Native wisdom for guidance. D
5:00 pm 
Local USA  "Native American Culture"  Three stories about the modern Native American culture: A look at how climate change is effecting a Pacific Northwest tribe known as the "Salmon People" and how science can help find a solution; the Lincoln, Nebraska rock star artist who's creating sculptures, linking the past to the present; and the fight an Oklahoma tribe tries to revive their fading language. D
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Local USA  "Head Trauma at War"  Traumatic brain injuries, or TBI, has received increasing attention especially among athletes and soldiers returning from combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. We examine the links between TBI and post-traumatic stress disorder, and the damage they can do, through the story of retired Army sergeant Andrew Reeves of Colchester, Vermont. D
6:00 pm 
Nature  "Parrot Confidential"  Meet Lou. Abandoned in a foreclosed home, Lou is one of thousands of parrots in need of rescue. From the wilds of Costa Rica to suburban America, a loveable, quirky cast of parrots reveal their unforgettable tales and the bittersweet world they share with humans. D
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African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross  "Rise! (1940-1968)"  Rise! examines the long road to civil rights, when the deep contradictions in American society finally became unsustainable. Beginning in World War II, African Americans who helped fight fascism abroad came home to face the same old racial violence. But this time, mass media-from print to radio and TV-broadcast that injustice to the world, planting seeds of resistance. D
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Global Voices  "Behind The Rainbow"  Can the deal between South Africa's old apartheid regime and its new government withstand the test of time?. D
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Dialogue  "Brinkley On Cronkite"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with historian Douglas Brinkley about his biography of iconic CBS newsman Walter Cronkite.G
10:00 pm 
Nature  "Parrot Confidential"  Meet Lou. Abandoned in a foreclosed home, Lou is one of thousands of parrots in need of rescue. From the wilds of Costa Rica to suburban America, a loveable, quirky cast of parrots reveal their unforgettable tales and the bittersweet world they share with humans. D
11:00 pm 
African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross  "Rise! (1940-1968)"  Rise! examines the long road to civil rights, when the deep contradictions in American society finally became unsustainable. Beginning in World War II, African Americans who helped fight fascism abroad came home to face the same old racial violence. But this time, mass media-from print to radio and TV-broadcast that injustice to the world, planting seeds of resistance. D

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