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1:00 am 
POV  "On Her Shoulders"  Nadia Murad, a 23-year-old Yazidi who survived genocide and sexual slavery committed by ISIS, tells her story to the United Nations. Thrust onto the international stage as the voice of her people, she must navigate bureaucracy, fame and people's good intentions.G
2:30 am 
Stolen Paradise: Water and Power   The stark landscape of the Eastern Sierras, Mono Lake, and Owens Dry Lake illustrate the consequences of efforts in the early 20th century to move water from the Owens Valley to Los Angeles. Emphasis is on the results of 100 years of water transfers from this region averaging 5-7 inches of rain per annum, and the abiding sense of loss felt by the Paiute-Shoshone people whose ancestors first settled what is now the Owens Valley. Viewers are introduced to locals with unique insight into the grass roots impacts of decisions taken far, far away. D
3:00 am 
Dick Cheney: A Heartbeat Away   This film tells the story of the man historians have dubbed the most powerful vice president in the history of the United States. The Vice President recounts the story in his own words, reflecting on his modest upbringingr, his lifelong high-risk heart problems, and his assessment of the world leaders he dealt with. In intimate detail, he recalls the attack on September 11, 2001 that shook the world, and reveals details of the crisis never told before.G
4:30 am 
Walkin' California: Catalina Island   Take a 3-day hike through Catalina Island and discover its unique ecology and history. D
5:00 am 
Poland: The Royal Tour   In Poland: The Royal Tour, journalist Peter Greenberg is taken on a Royal Tour by the Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki. For an entire week, Mr. Morawiecki becomes the ultimate guide, showcasing the visual gems of this diverse country, including the modern cities of Warsaw and Krakow - and even taking a boat ride to Hel! They also pay an emotional visit to Auschwitz, and reflect on its tragic history. D
6:00 am 
Articulate with Jim Cotter  "Journeys In Time & Space"  There's an epic poem that has survived re-reading longer than the Bible and Shakespeare-but why? In high school, Kaki King was too scared to have actual relationships.but she could be in your band. Writing a graphic memoir about her family's journey from war-torn Vietnam helped Thi Bui heal. D
6:30 am 
Closer to Truth  "How Does Faith Work?"  Can God be known only by faith? What is faith? What does faith feel like? Can faith be actionable, practical? Describing faith is one thing; having faith, quite another. D
7:00 am 
Second Opinion  "Broken Heart Syndrome"  Can you really die of a broken heart? Research says that indeed you can die from Broken Heart Syndrome, also known as Takotsubo and Stress Cardiomyopathy. But with quick medical intervention, the condition can be completely reversed. Maryann Murray shares her story of how stress suddenly turned her into a cardiac patient. D
7:30 am 
Lidia's Kitchen  "Starring Olive Oil"  Olive oil is an essential staple in every Italian home. It's the easiest way to add flavor to any soup, and Lidia shows you how when making cannellini bean and lentil soup. Olive oil is also used in desserts, and she makes olive oil cake. D
8:00 am 
Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom  "Fine Art, Fine Food"  The art scene is thriving in Chengdu. Martin tours an artist community and sees first hand how local artists create ceramics and file paintings. To add his personal touch he added an encrusted chicken in the community kiln. D
8:30 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "Raichlen's Rules"  In this episode, Steven looks at fundamental techniques that he has used over the years. D
9:00 am 
New Scandinavian Cooking  "Danish Influences"  Andreas joins a pack of hunters in Aalborg, Northern Denmark to make a generous wild duck, with red cabbage and potatoes cooked in duck fat. During the crossing to Norway, he makes classic Danish meatballs. Once Andreas arrives at Langesund, safely back on Norwegian soil, he prepares another wild duck with herbs. D
9:30 am 
Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  "Chocolate and Churros, Breakfast of Champions"  In Mexico, golden crispy churros are served with a cup of nourishing, frothy hot chocolate, and there's perhaps no better snack in the whole republic. In this episode, Rick visits El Moro, a Mexico City institution, and then orders fistful of churros rellenos - that's right, stuffed churros - in picturesque Coyocan. Back in Chicago, Rick's recipe begins with classic Mexican hot chocolate and ends with churro nibbles showered atop Mexican hot chocolate ice cream. D
10:00 am 
Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television  "New Breads"  This episode is all about bread. Milk Street cook Erika Bruce teaches Christopher Kimball how to make aromatic, nutty and tender pumpkin seed rolls. Milk Street cook Matthew Card whips up an earthy and hearty Portuguese cornbread (broa). D
10:30 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Onions"  Onions are a staple in the pantry of every cook and integral to the flavor of so many recipes. In this episode, Martha walks the viewer through three onion dishes that make use of different cooking techniques: French onion soup, balsamic-glazed pearl onions and fried onion rings. D
11:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Summer Picnic Party"  In this episode, test cook Dan Souza and host Julia teach viewers how to make the ultimate Grilled Chicken Thighs. Tasting expert Jack Bishop then challenges Bridget to a fresh mozzarella tasting, and gadget critic Lisa McManus reviews popsicle molds. Next, test cook Keith Dresser makes Bridget a foolproof Italian Pasta Salad. D
11:30 am 
Cook's Country  "Spaghetti House Classics"  Test cook Christie Morrison makes host Julia Collin Davison the perfect hearty beef lasagna. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Bridget Lancaster to a tasting of block mozzarella. And finally, test cook Lan Lam makes Bridget a new weeknight favorite - chicken scarpariello. D
12:00 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "The Blue Door, Part 4"  In this episode, Jerry begins by showing the first phases of painting in the flowers. Then shows how to highlight the pots, leaves, and steps. Then he shows how to get pots seated with additional leaves loosely scattered around. D
12:30 pm 
Samantha Brown's Places to Love  "Christchurch, New Zealand"  Samantha experiences the revival of the once earthquake devastated city of Christchurch, New Zealand by starting her journey off at the Gap Filler initiatives. These innovative installations temporarily fill the gaps of the city rebuild with fun distractions like the Dance O Mat, where you can plug in your digital device into an old washing machine, blast your music and dance to your favorite tunes with your friends on a dance floor. Moving on, Samantha visits the whimsical C1 Espresso shop, where her lunch is delivered via pneumatic tube. D
1:00 pm 
This Old House  "Jamestown A Charleston Family Home Is Reborn"  New apprentices join the team in Rhode Island as the roof goes up. The homeowners visit a cabinet showroom to finalize their plans. The house gets sheathed. D
1:30 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Garage Heat, DIY Security System"  Richard travels to Akron, Ohio to install a garage heater; Tom teaches the basics of sanding; Ross installs a DIY security system; Mark investigates a strange issue happening to foundations in the Northeast.G
2:00 pm 
The Woodwright's Shop  "Tool Chest from Bristol"  Roy shows how to dovetail a stout, sloped top tool chest that came from Bristol, England in 1900. D
2:30 pm 
American Woodshop  "Lost and Found Mission Case"  The Western Ohio Woodworking Club builds a scholarship to support student woodworkers at Rio Grande University. D
3:00 pm 
MotorWeek   R/T: PORSCHE CAYENNE TURBO GOSS: HEAT/SOUND SHIELDS FYI: WHAT DRIVES HER QS: LAMBORGHINI HURACAN EVO DYNAMIC, FORD EXPLORER R/T: '19 CHEVROLET BLAZER. D
3:30 pm 
4:00 pm 
The Great British Baking Show  "Patisserie"  Watch the five remaining bakers work their way through patisserie. In the Signature, they're challenged to make cream horns. Then Mary sets a fiddly Technical task: mokatines. D
5:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Vintage Bismarck"  Travel back to Bismarck for updates on Season 10 appraisals like a UND School of Mines collection, a Korean court screen and Native American pictograph drawings. Which has a jaw-dropping value jump from $30,000-$50,000 to $400,000-$600,000?. D
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend  "Facial Recognition Technology"  Civil rights groups in Britain say use of the technology on the general public is ripe for abuse. As American privacy and civil liberties organizations call on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to suspend its use of facial recognition on the general public without sufficient safeguards, a similar push is underway in Britain, where police are testing the technology. D
6:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Heart of England and South Wales"  After King Arthur country at Glastonbury, Rick goes to prehistoric Stonehenge. He meets an eccentric lord in the Cotswolds, and visits an evocative ruined abbey in South Wales.G
7:00 pm 
The Lawrence Welk Show  "Henry Mancini-Johnny Mercer (1973)"  Henry Mancini plays "The Days Of Wine And Roses" on this very special salute. Jim Roberts delights with "Dear Heart", the band plays the haunting "Laura", and Tanya and Anacani invite us to "Accentuate The Positive". D
8:00 pm 
Keeping Up Appearances - The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket  "The Art Exhibition"  Hyacinth and Richard have been invited to a showing at an art gallery, and she hones up by reading books on art. Her polish stands to be stripped, however, when her father sneaks into the exhibit and begins mingling with the art lovers. D
8:30 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
9:00 pm 
As Time Goes By  "Welcome News"  Jean and Lionel hear unexpected but welcome news from Lionel's father, Rocky, and his wife, Madge.G
9:30 pm 
The Red Green Show  "Harold's Dilemma"  Harold's Public Relations Department has a $5,000 shortfall. Red and Mike use a car remote to find their way out of the woods.G
10:00 pm 
The Widower  "Part Two"  After two failed attempts on Felicity's life, Malcolm returns to Scotland and reinvents himself - this time as the perfect boyfriend to Simone. However DS Henry is hot on his heels and will stop at nothing to prevent the next murder. Part 2 of 3G
11:00 pm 
Doctor Who: Peter Davison Movies  "Black Orchid"  The Cranleigh house is hiding dark secrets, including one in a locked room.G
12:00 am 
All Star Film Collection  "The Way We Were"  A leftist (Barbra Streisand) and a writer (Robert Redford) meet in college, and their love spans the 1930s and '50s. D
2:00 am 
Pulling Out All The Stops   At the first International Longwood Gardens Organ Competition, 10 extraordinary young organists from the United States and Europe face a challenge other musicians never encounter: every organ is completely different and none of the finalists had a chance to practice on the Aeolian Organ before arriving at the competition.G
3:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Crafting A Living"  Meet three Idaho artisans who make a living using their artistic vision and craftsmanship to make unique creations.G
3:30 am 
Dialogue  "25 Years of the ADA"  Former Idahoan Kelly Buckland, now with the National Council on Independent Living, talks with host Marcia Franklin about the Americans With Disabilities Act.G
4:00 am 
Raising Ms. President   Women make up more than half of the American population and workforce. Yet, the United States only ranks 97th out of 190 countries when it comes to the number of women in elected office. According to research conducted by Jennifer Lawless, director of the Women & Politics Institute, and Richard Fox, political science department chair at Loyola Marymount University, women are less likely than men to run for office, and often consider themselves under-qualified to serve, despite their success in business and education. D
5:00 am 
Canadian Rockies By Rail   Canadian Rockies by Rail takes viewers along for a trip through the Pacific Northwest and the Canadian Rockies, exploring some of the most stunning scenery in the world. The rail journey will be aboard the renowned Rocky Mountaineer, known as one of the best rail journeys in the world. The journey begins in Seattle, Wash. D
6:00 am 
The Parents' Survival Guide:Childhood Obesity   This film points out multi-faceted solutions to this growing pediatric health problem, specifically the role parents can play as the "first line of defense" in their children's nutrition and fitness. Interviews with experts and family profiles provide help to determine a child's risk for obesity and offers proven, practical strategies for prevention and intervention.G
7:00 am 
Pacific Heartbeat  "Mele Murals"  Mele Murals is a documentary about the transformative power of art through the unlikely union of graffiti and ancient Hawaiian culture. At the center of the story are two renowned street artists - Estria Miyashiro (aka Estria) and John Hina (aka Prime) - a group of Native Hawaiian youth, and the rural community of Waimea. Through their stories Mele Murals shows how public art and Native Hawaiian traditions transforms the artists, students and community. D
8:00 am 
Roadtrip Nation: Room to Grow  "Keep Your Mind Open"  On a road trip through Dallas, high school students Sophia, Sam, and Saba meet a photographer, a medtech CEO, and a lawyer-turned-wind energy pioneer who teach them success isn't an end goal-it's an evolving state of being. The team sees that if they put themselves out there, make connections, and keep open minds, they'll be on the right track-and by taking this trip, they're already miles ahead. D
8:30 am 
Roadtrip Nation: Room to Grow  "Hold Onto Your Dream"  In Houston, local high school students David, Korey, and Fatima discover new role models in a judge, a trauma nurse, and an FBI agent. They learn not only what it take to step into those professions, but also what it means to be a pillar of your community, go the extra mile to help your neighbors, and empathize with anyone. Plus, Korey gets some very exciting news about her future. D
9:00 am 
Reluctant Radical   If a crime is committed in order to prevent a greater crime, is it forgivable? Is it, in fact, necessary? Activist Ken Ward confronts his fears and puts himself in the direct path of the fossil fuel industry to combat climate change. The film reveals both the personal costs and also the fulfillment that comes from following one's moral calling. The film follows Ken through a series of direct actions, culminating with an action that shuts down all the U.S. tar sands oil pipelines and threatens to put him behind bars for 20 years. Ken Ward has no regrets, and his certainty leaves the audience to consider if he is out of touch with reality, or if it is the rest of society that is delusional for not acting when faced with the unsettling evidence that we are collectively destroying our world.G
10:00 am 
Wild Nevada  "Elko to Jarbidge"  Boating at Wild Horse State Recreation Area and an epic drive through beautiful country to Jarbidge. Residents there share their history, then we enjoy a hike to a striking view of Jarbidge Canyon. D
10:30 am 
Expeditions with Patrick McMillan  "Belize - The Mayan Forest"  There are very few places that we think of as more inhospitable than a hot humid tropical forest, but they are incredibly intriguing, especially this one. This forest is not only diverse but you can see animals such as Ocellated Turkeys, Spider Monkeys, Yucatan Black Howlers and a diversity of tropical birds much easier than you can in much of the remaining forest in Central America and this forest has a history unlike any other. Join Patrick as he explores the Mayan Forest. D
11:00 am 
Requiem for My Mother   The documentary chronicles the creation of the original choral and orchestral composition of the same name, and the journey to its premiere at a prestigious musical festival in Vatican City. Composer Stephen Edwards wrote "Requiem" to commemorate his mother Rosalie's influence on him - both personally and professionally - from his first music lessons as a child to his career as a professional film score composer. The documentary profiles Edwards' creative process, the behind-the-scenes work of conductor Candace Wicke, the plentiful choral and orchestral rehearsals and the recording studio experience, and includes reflections by musicians and members of the Edwards family.G
12:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Crafting A Living"  Meet three Idaho artisans who make a living using their artistic vision and craftsmanship to make unique creations.G
12:30 pm 
Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen  "Soup for the Soul"  Nick talks about his growth as a chef while preparing a trio of comforting soups. Dishes include: Mussel Soup with Brandy and Saffron / Lentil Soup with Sausages / Butternut Squash Soup with Cannellini Beans and Ham. D
1:00 pm 
To Dine for with Kate Sullivan  "Jessica Alba, Actress and Founder of The Honest Company"  Jessica Alba had already become a successful Hollywood actress when she decided to start her own business. She never dreamed it would be so tough to begin. Even though she received many rejections and faced much disbelief in her ability, she persevered. D
1:30 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "Back from the Garden, Part 4"  In this episode, Jerry shows his viewers how to continue adding the foliage and vines for the flowers. Then begins the process of adding the flowers in using different brushes, techniques, colors, and textures. Now he uses the #4 script brush to paint the tree limbs in the upper-left corner. D
2:00 pm 
Dining with the Chef  "Rika's Shoyu Ramen"  In this episode, we'll be making one of modern Japan's most famous dishes: ramen! Chef Rika's ramen recipe features a light, clean soup made with pork back ribs for great flavor, and seasoned with soy sauce. The pork back ribs aren't just for making the soup: we'll also be serving meat from the ribs on top of tofu, with deliciously tart ponzu, for a great appetizer. D
2:30 pm 
On Story  "Script to Screen: A Quiet Place"  Screenwriters Scott Beck and Bryan Woods dissect their original horror hit A Quiet Place and discuss the process of storytelling with little dialogue and creating tension that keeps people on the edge of their seats. D
3:00 pm 
Dialogue  "25 Years of the ADA"  Former Idahoan Kelly Buckland, now with the National Council on Independent Living, talks with host Marcia Franklin about the Americans With Disabilities Act.G
3:30 pm 
MotorWeek   R/T: PORSCHE CAYENNE TURBO GOSS: HEAT/SOUND SHIELDS FYI: WHAT DRIVES HER QS: LAMBORGHINI HURACAN EVO DYNAMIC, FORD EXPLORER R/T: '19 CHEVROLET BLAZER. D
4:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Summer Picnic Party"  In this episode, test cook Dan Souza and host Julia teach viewers how to make the ultimate Grilled Chicken Thighs. Tasting expert Jack Bishop then challenges Bridget to a fresh mozzarella tasting, and gadget critic Lisa McManus reviews popsicle molds. Next, test cook Keith Dresser makes Bridget a foolproof Italian Pasta Salad. D
4:30 pm 
Weekends With Yankee  "The Seacoast"  On this episode of Weekends with Yankee, we learn about Maine's prized wild blueberries, which cohost Amy Traverso then cooks up into a classic blueberry pie. Then we take a short tour of New England's most iconic lighthouses, which sets the stage for cohost Richard Wiese's in-depth visit to the Rose Island Lighthouse off the coast of Newport, Rhode Island. Finally, we close things out with Richard riding the waves in Narragansett Bay, home to some of New England's best surfing. D
5:00 pm 
Defining Hope   DEFINING HOPE is an award-winning film that captures people who are weighing what matters most at the fragile junctures in life, and the nurses who guide them and help carry out their decisions. The documentary follows eight patients with life-threatening illness as they make choices about how they want to live, how much medical technology they can accept, what they hope for, and how that hope evolves when life is threatened. DEFINING HOPE is optimistic and reminds us that we have choices. D
6:00 pm 
The Kate  "Jarrod Spector"  Actor and Broadway tenor Jarrod Spector channels the experience of playing 1500+ performances of Frankie Valli in Jersey Boysto deliver a dazzling storyboard of male vocalists from classic to modern. Experience the unstoppable energy of hits like "Good Vibrations," "Uptown Girl" and "Walk Like a Man" paired with swoon-worthy renditions of "Maybe I'm Amazed" and Enrico Caruso's "Una Furtiva." Spector's reverent interpretations illustrate his closeness to the material and his deep respect for these influential artists: Freddie Mercury, Paul McCartney, Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, The Beach Boys, and of course, Frankie Valli. D
7:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Cyndi Lauper"  Enjoy the ACL debut of pop legend Cyndi Lauper with a a program of classics and country covers. Songs include "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, " "True Colors" and "End of the World.". D
8:00 pm 
9:04 pm 
Great Performances at the Met  "La Fille Du Regiment"  Watch Donizetti's romantic comedy about a budding military relationship starring Pretty Yende and Javier Camarena in a feast of bel canto vocal fireworks. Special guest Kathleen Turner makes her Met debut. Enrique Mazzola conducts. D
11:32 pm 
Austin City Limits  "Cyndi Lauper"  Enjoy the ACL debut of pop legend Cyndi Lauper with a a program of classics and country covers. Songs include "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, " "True Colors" and "End of the World.". D
12:00 am 
Expanding Canon: Teaching Multicultural Literature In High School, The  "Workshop 1. Reader Response: Pat Mora and James Welch"  In Part I, Alfredo Lujan and his students at the Monte del Sol school in Santa Fe, New Mexico, explore My Own True Name, Pat Mora. D
1:00 am 
Democracy In America  "Global Politics: U.S.A. and the World"  This program examines the need for the United States to use the tools of foreign policy in ways that recognize the growing interdependence of nations. D
1:30 am 
Democracy In America  "Citizenship: Making Government Work"  This program introduces basic concepts of government, politics, and citizenship. It explores the tension between maintaining order and preserving freedoms, the essential role of politics in addressing the will of the people, and the need for citizens to participate in order to make democracy work. D
2:00 am 
In Search of the Novel  "Who Owns The Novel?"  This workshop probes the living nature of the novel by illustrating how each reader makes a novel his or her own. It shows how the interpretation of a novel can change, depending on the reader's culture, class, generation, gender, and personality. D
3:00 am 
Economics Classroom, The: A Workshop for Grade 9-12 Teachers  "Monetary and Fiscal Policy"  Learn how the government controls demand with fiscal policy - affecting tax and spending - and monetary policy - involving the Federal Reserve, interest rates, and the banking system. See how these policy tools are developed and how they work in practice. D
4:00 am 
Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science  "Session 6. Restless Landscapes"  If almost all mountains are formed the same way, why do they look so different? In this session, participants learn about the forces continually at work on the surface of the Earth that sculpt the ever-changing landscape. D
5:00 am 
Science Trek  "Exoplanets"  Planets that orbit around stars outside our solar system are called exoplanets or extra solar planets. Astrophysicists searching the universe have found a variety of exoplanets and are looking for signs of life. How do scientists find these planets well beyond our solar system? What are exoplanets like? Host Joan Cartan-Hansen will be joined by two scientists from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Nick Siegler, astrophysicist and the Chief Technologist for NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program and Tiffany Meshkat, postdoctoral scholar in the Exoplanetary Science Initiative. D
5:30 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
6:00 am 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Queensland, Australia"  Sun-washed beaches, chic beachside towns, cliffs and rainforests and one of the seven natural wonders of the world, The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland is the ultimate outdoor adventure. We begin north of Brisbane along the sunshine coast, exploring sand dune covered islands, coastal towns and parks. Then we fly north to Cairns, the gateway to the coral, multicolored sea life and azure waters of the Great Barrier Reef. D
6:30 am 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Oahu and Kauai"  Sunning, swimming, surfing and boating at Waikiki Beach are just the start in Honolulu. Rudy explores Hawaii's Polynesian roots at the venerable Bishop Museum, remembers WWII history at Pearl Harbor, and pays homage to King Kamehameha. From Oahu we head north to Kauai, "The Garden Island" whose sheer beauty screams "tropical paradise. D
7:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Greece's Peloponnese"  On the Peloponnese Peninsula, Rick visits the old port town of Nafplio, time-trips through the ruins of Olympia, and takes center stage at the preserved theater at Epidauros.G
7:30 am 
Rudy Maxa's World  "Tahiti & Bora Bora"  For sheer tropical splendor, the islands of Tahiti and Bora Bora stand alone. Hyper blue lagoons, white-sand beaches, fish of every shape, size and color, as well as a generous and welcoming people make these islands favorite destinations for travelers from around the world. Lush aerial photography is a highlight of this episode. D
8:00 am 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Maui and Hawaii's Big Island"  The cultures of the Pacific converge on the breathtaking islands of Hawaii. This trip Rudy begins on Maui, where he braves the twisting road to Hana with its cascading waterfalls and tropical splendor. Fire-knife dancers light up the night sky, and we sway to the rhythms of hula and slack-key guitar. D
8:30 am 
Equitrekking  "Georgia Coast"  On Sea Island, Equitrekking host Darley Newman rides with a naturalist and tries what the island natives call "swim riding." On secluded Cumberland Island, Darley observes wild horses with local naturalist Fred Whitehead, who speaks about herd dynamics, the history of horses on the island and how they survive in the subtropical environment. Darley stays at the island's only lodging, the historic Greyfield Inn, and learns about the Carnegie family's role in the island's history. D
9:00 am 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Sydney"  Australia's stunning metropolis, Sydney seduces with its glorious harbor, carefree attitude and sunny beaches. From the Opera house to the Harbor Bridge to Circular Quay Rudy basks in the sights along the harbor. Then, it's pub hopping in the old Rocks quarter, admiring aboriginal art, and a watery adventure at the aquarium. D
9:30 am 
Rudy Maxa's World  "The Islands of Polynesia"  French Polynesia's far-flung collection of about 130 islands range from lagoon-ringed islands with green volcanic spires to low, coral atolls with very little land, to heavily forested, rugged beauties. This is a place of dreams, a culturally rich, geologically fascinating group of islands surrounded by azure waters teeming with marine life, as lavish underwriter photography illustrates. D
10:00 am 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Super-Duper"  P. Allen Smith highlights great performers in the garden and home that go above and beyond the call of duty. D
10:30 am 
Growing a Greener World  "Working with Nature for a Sustainable Landscape Design (Whidbey Island, WA)"  One designer's epic four-year project to create a stunning sustainable landscape that enhances the natural beauty of its island surroundings in Seattle's Puget Sound, all while leaving the lightest environmental footprint possible. D
11:00 am 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Meal in a Pan"  What's faster and easier than cooking a meal in one pan? Sara shares this secret for weeknight success with two flavorful recipes: A beautiful Yellow Squash Soup, and a fast but elegant Pearl Couscous with Shellfish. D
11:30 am 
Lidia's Kitchen  "What's Baking"  With the oven on, Lidia creates sweet and savory dishes her viewers can easily make at home. Gratins are delicious, and she starts with a leek and prosciutto gratin made with gruyere and walnuts; next is roasted chicken with pomegranate, marvelously moist inside and with a crispy, caramelized exterior. While the oven is still on, she bakes crumbly and chewy raspberry and walnut butter cookies for dessert. D
12:00 pm 
Expanding Canon: Teaching Multicultural Literature In High School, The  "Workshop 1. Reader Response: Pat Mora and James Welch"  In Part I, Alfredo Lujan and his students at the Monte del Sol school in Santa Fe, New Mexico, explore My Own True Name, Pat Mora. D
1:00 pm 
Democracy In America  "Global Politics: U.S.A. and the World"  This program examines the need for the United States to use the tools of foreign policy in ways that recognize the growing interdependence of nations. D
1:30 pm 
Democracy In America  "Citizenship: Making Government Work"  This program introduces basic concepts of government, politics, and citizenship. It explores the tension between maintaining order and preserving freedoms, the essential role of politics in addressing the will of the people, and the need for citizens to participate in order to make democracy work. D
2:00 pm 
In Search of the Novel  "Who Owns The Novel?"  This workshop probes the living nature of the novel by illustrating how each reader makes a novel his or her own. It shows how the interpretation of a novel can change, depending on the reader's culture, class, generation, gender, and personality. D
3:00 pm 
Economics Classroom, The: A Workshop for Grade 9-12 Teachers  "Monetary and Fiscal Policy"  Learn how the government controls demand with fiscal policy - affecting tax and spending - and monetary policy - involving the Federal Reserve, interest rates, and the banking system. See how these policy tools are developed and how they work in practice. D
4:00 pm 
Essential Science for Teachers: Earth and Space Science  "Session 6. Restless Landscapes"  If almost all mountains are formed the same way, why do they look so different? In this session, participants learn about the forces continually at work on the surface of the Earth that sculpt the ever-changing landscape. D
5:00 pm 
Science Trek  "Exoplanets"  Planets that orbit around stars outside our solar system are called exoplanets or extra solar planets. Astrophysicists searching the universe have found a variety of exoplanets and are looking for signs of life. How do scientists find these planets well beyond our solar system? What are exoplanets like? Host Joan Cartan-Hansen will be joined by two scientists from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory: Nick Siegler, astrophysicist and the Chief Technologist for NASA's Exoplanet Exploration Program and Tiffany Meshkat, postdoctoral scholar in the Exoplanetary Science Initiative. D
5:30 pm 
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
6:00 pm 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Queensland, Australia"  Sun-washed beaches, chic beachside towns, cliffs and rainforests and one of the seven natural wonders of the world, The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland is the ultimate outdoor adventure. We begin north of Brisbane along the sunshine coast, exploring sand dune covered islands, coastal towns and parks. Then we fly north to Cairns, the gateway to the coral, multicolored sea life and azure waters of the Great Barrier Reef. D
6:30 pm 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Oahu and Kauai"  Sunning, swimming, surfing and boating at Waikiki Beach are just the start in Honolulu. Rudy explores Hawaii's Polynesian roots at the venerable Bishop Museum, remembers WWII history at Pearl Harbor, and pays homage to King Kamehameha. From Oahu we head north to Kauai, "The Garden Island" whose sheer beauty screams "tropical paradise. D
7:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Greece's Peloponnese"  On the Peloponnese Peninsula, Rick visits the old port town of Nafplio, time-trips through the ruins of Olympia, and takes center stage at the preserved theater at Epidauros.G
7:30 pm 
Rudy Maxa's World  "Tahiti & Bora Bora"  For sheer tropical splendor, the islands of Tahiti and Bora Bora stand alone. Hyper blue lagoons, white-sand beaches, fish of every shape, size and color, as well as a generous and welcoming people make these islands favorite destinations for travelers from around the world. Lush aerial photography is a highlight of this episode. D
8:00 pm 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Maui and Hawaii's Big Island"  The cultures of the Pacific converge on the breathtaking islands of Hawaii. This trip Rudy begins on Maui, where he braves the twisting road to Hana with its cascading waterfalls and tropical splendor. Fire-knife dancers light up the night sky, and we sway to the rhythms of hula and slack-key guitar. D
8:30 pm 
Equitrekking  "Georgia Coast"  On Sea Island, Equitrekking host Darley Newman rides with a naturalist and tries what the island natives call "swim riding." On secluded Cumberland Island, Darley observes wild horses with local naturalist Fred Whitehead, who speaks about herd dynamics, the history of horses on the island and how they survive in the subtropical environment. Darley stays at the island's only lodging, the historic Greyfield Inn, and learns about the Carnegie family's role in the island's history. D
9:00 pm 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Sydney"  Australia's stunning metropolis, Sydney seduces with its glorious harbor, carefree attitude and sunny beaches. From the Opera house to the Harbor Bridge to Circular Quay Rudy basks in the sights along the harbor. Then, it's pub hopping in the old Rocks quarter, admiring aboriginal art, and a watery adventure at the aquarium. D
9:30 pm 
Rudy Maxa's World  "The Islands of Polynesia"  French Polynesia's far-flung collection of about 130 islands range from lagoon-ringed islands with green volcanic spires to low, coral atolls with very little land, to heavily forested, rugged beauties. This is a place of dreams, a culturally rich, geologically fascinating group of islands surrounded by azure waters teeming with marine life, as lavish underwriter photography illustrates. D
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Cooking at Home with Bridget and Julia"  Julia and Bridget uncover the secrets to the perfect Hearty Beef and Vegetable Stew. In the Equipment Corner, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for 13 by 9-inch glass baking dishes, and science expert Dan Souza explains the science behind the sound and flavor of food. Finally, Julia and Bridget make the ultimate Cod Baked in Foil with Leeks and Carrots. D
10:30 pm 
Growing a Greener World  "Working with Nature for a Sustainable Landscape Design (Whidbey Island, WA)"  One designer's epic four-year project to create a stunning sustainable landscape that enhances the natural beauty of its island surroundings in Seattle's Puget Sound, all while leaving the lightest environmental footprint possible. D
11:00 pm 
Mike Colameco's Real Food  "Lilia / Delaware & Hudson"  After running both A Voce locations in Manhattan for years, Missy Robbins finally has her own spot, Lilia, in Williamsburg Brooklyn. After decades running some of Manhattans best kitchens, chef Patty Jackson now has her own place too, Delaware & Hudson, also in Williamsburg.G
11:30 pm 
Curious Traveler  "Curious Edinburgh"  Why did the Scottish kings live in Edinburgh, and why don't we have Scottish kings anymore? Why was Edinburgh Castle built high upon on Castle Rock? What's the connection between Edinburgh and Harry Potter? And where are the real-life inspirations for Harry Potter locations? What is so royal about Edinburgh's Royal Mile? Who is Arthur, and why does he get his own Seat?. D
1:00 am 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
2:00 am 
Amanpour and Company   Tonight on Amanpour and Company: Eduardo Bhatia, Puerto Rico's Senate Minority Leader; Margaret MacMillan, Professor Emeritus, Oxford University & Sarah Lyall, Journalist, The New York Times. Walter Isaacson interviews Elliot Ackerman, Former U.S. Marine. D
3:00 am 
Faith in the Big House   Faith in the Big House explores the formulas used by Christian missionaries to convert inmates in America's prison. At a maximum security facility in Louisiana, a group of Christian evangelicals arrive to conduct a carefully-scripted religious retreat. Five felons, handpicked by the Warden, join other inmates in this "Encounter with Christ". D
4:00 am 
Second Opinion  "Kidney Transplant"  With the increase of chronic diseases such as Type II Diabetes, the need for kidney transplants is on the rise. Both deceased and live donors are needed, and experts shed light on the organ transplant process. Karen Scott Gledhill was shocked in her early 20's to find out she had a rare genetic kidney disorder. D
4:30 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Disastrous Retirement Mistakes"  Guest: Mark Cortazzo, Senior Partner, MACRO Consulting Group. On this week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack, award winning financial planner Mark Cortazzo of MACRO Consulting Group discusses how to avoid disastrous mistakes in retirement. D
5:00 am 
5:30 am 
Washington Week   NULL
6:00 am 
POV  "Do Not Resist"  Director Craig Atkinson puts viewers in the center of the action in this vital and influential exploration of the rapid militarization of the police in the United States. Winner, Best Documentary Feature Award, 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.G
7:30 am 
Independent Lens  "The Force"  Go deep inside the long-troubled Oakland Police Department as it struggles to confront federal demands for reform, a popular uprising following events in Ferguson, Missouri, and an explosive scandal. D
9:00 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Disastrous Retirement Mistakes"  Guest: Mark Cortazzo, Senior Partner, MACRO Consulting Group. On this week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack, award winning financial planner Mark Cortazzo of MACRO Consulting Group discusses how to avoid disastrous mistakes in retirement. D
9:30 am 
Second Opinion  "Kidney Transplant"  With the increase of chronic diseases such as Type II Diabetes, the need for kidney transplants is on the rise. Both deceased and live donors are needed, and experts shed light on the organ transplant process. Karen Scott Gledhill was shocked in her early 20's to find out she had a rare genetic kidney disorder. D
10:00 am 
Monks of Vina   What started out as a story of winemaking, this documentary ended up being a look into the lives of the men who have dedicated themselves to a monastic life. With the challenging wine harvest of 2012 as the backdrop, the film explores the rituals and curiosities of monastic life. Along the way, the monks' faith is tested, especially among the new arrivals who recently relinquished all worldly possessions, and took their vows of poverty, obedience and chastity. Lifting a veil on the spiritual side of winemaking, THE MONKS OF VINA reveals the extreme sacrifice and devotion required in a quest to become closer to God.G
11:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Yellow Pine Country"  The resilient former mining community is host to the third largest harmonica festival of its type in the nation. Up to 4,000 people attend the event on the South Fork of the Salmon.G
11:30 am 
Dialogue  "25 Years of the ADA"  Former Idahoan Kelly Buckland, now with the National Council on Independent Living, talks with host Marcia Franklin about the Americans With Disabilities Act.G
12:00 pm 
POV  "Do Not Resist"  Director Craig Atkinson puts viewers in the center of the action in this vital and influential exploration of the rapid militarization of the police in the United States. Winner, Best Documentary Feature Award, 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.G
1:30 pm 
Independent Lens  "The Force"  Go deep inside the long-troubled Oakland Police Department as it struggles to confront federal demands for reform, a popular uprising following events in Ferguson, Missouri, and an explosive scandal. D
3:00 pm 
3:30 pm 
Washington Week   NULL
4:00 pm 
DW Focus On Europe   Troops withdrawals from the Donbas give rise to concern and cautious hopes before Ukraine's parliamentary elections. They are Turks and black: descendants of African slaves in Turkey reappraise their history. D
4:30 pm 
Firing Line with Margaret Hoover   Guest: Julian Castro, presidential candidate and former HUD secretary. 2020 presidential candidate and former HUD secretary Julian Castro discusses immigration policy and his breakout moment in the first Democratic debate. Castro explains why he is calling for the decriminalization of border crossings, and discusses the possibility of challenging Joe Biden on this issue when they share the stage at the next debate. D
5:00 pm 
Reveal  "The Dead Unknown"  Reveal examines what the Justice Department has called "the nation's silent mass disaster." For decades, there was no way to link the lists of missing persons around the country with the unidentified John and Jane Does in morgues and cemeteries, leaving many families in the dark about their loved ones' fate. Director Michael I Schiller's "The Dead Unknown" follows investigators in real time over the course of a year as they attempt to find the identity of one 50-year-old cold case. D
6:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Yellow Pine Country"  The resilient former mining community is host to the third largest harmonica festival of its type in the nation. Up to 4,000 people attend the event on the South Fork of the Salmon.G
6:30 pm 
Dialogue  "25 Years of the ADA"  Former Idahoan Kelly Buckland, now with the National Council on Independent Living, talks with host Marcia Franklin about the Americans With Disabilities Act.G
7:00 pm 
Red Dot on the Ocean: The Matthew Rutherford Story   Once labeled a "youth-at-risk," 30-year-old Matt Rutherford risked it all in an attempt to become the first person to sail alone, and nonstop around North and South America. RED DOT ON THE OCEAN is the story of Matt's death-defying voyage and the childhood odyssey that shaped him. Matt Rutherford's childhood was fraught with obstacles. D
8:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "For Ahkeem"  In one of the most volatile places in the country, Daje Shelton is only 17 years old when she faces a judge. Having been suspended from her local high school for a number of petty offenses, Daje's opportunities are narrowing quickly. As a last resort to keep her out of prison the judge enrolls her the Innovative Concept Academy - a school for troubled youth. D
9:30 pm 
Grooming A Generation   A reading program run by a small group of African-American barbers near Detroit in Ypsilanti, Michigan encourages their young customers to read to them during a haircut. For their efforts the boys get a two dollar refund, and the barbers get the satisfaction of improving their clients' reading skills. D
10:00 pm 
The Circus: American Experience   See how Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey merged to create a circus of more than 1,100 people and 1,000 animals, only to limp through the Great Depression against competition from radio and movies. In 1956, the big top was pulled down for good. D
12:00 am 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Who Can See The Wind?/Gravity Drop"  Sally wants to fly her kite but can't seem to work out the timing to get the wind right - after all, you can't see wind. The Cat takes them to Windnasium where they learn to "see" wind in all kinds of ways. When Nick's favorite flyer gets stuck in the tree, Nick wishes he could jump really high and retrieve it, but gravity holds him down. D
12:30 am 
Dinosaur Train  "Hurricane at Pteranodon Terrace/Rafting The Cretaceous"  The long-awaited rains finally return to Pteranodon Terrace, but grow into a huge rainstorm that grows even bigger - into a hurricane! Dad hasn't seen it blow like this since he was a kid. They seek shelter, and Don discovers an entrance to a cave below their nest, where not only the Pteranodons, but also their other neighbors, the Lambeorsaurus family and Cindy Cimolestes, all take shelter for the night. In the morning, the storm has passed, but everyone must pitch in to rebuild their various nests. D
1:00 am 
Let's Go Luna!  "Boomin' Boomerang/House Music"  In Sydney, when Carmen temporarily loses her confidence, her participation in an Australian boomerang competition helps it come whizzing back / In Sydney, when Andy wants to hear a performance of his new favorite song, he finds that their opera house is a true architectural wonder, designed for listening to music. D
1:30 am 
Nature Cat  "Secrets of the Old Prairie/A Sticky Sweet Tree Treat"  NULL
2:00 am 
Wild Kratts Alaska: Hero's Journey   Aviva announces she's one step closer to fixing the Time Trampoline with the invention of a Time Thruster. But before they can check it out, it goes overboard and attaches onto a Sockeye salmon who is in the middle of the "Salmon Run". The Wild Kratt team is led on a wild chase, as they follow the salmon on this incredible and difficult journey - both battling the odds to reach their goals. D
3:00 am 
Molly of Denali Premiere   The world premiere of the new PBS KIDS series, Molly of Denali! This series follows the adventures of Molly, a feisty and resourceful Alaska Native girl, as she helps her parents run the Denali Trading Post in their Alaskan village. Viewers are introduced to the rich history and modern-day experience of family life in the heart of the Alaskan tundra through the eyes of Molly, her parents, and her friends. Designed to help kids develop skills around informational text such as using a map and following an instruction manual, this is the first nationally distributed children's series in the U.S. D
4:00 am 
Molly of Denali  "Berry Itchy Day/Herring Eggs Or Bust"  Tooey has agreed to watch the Trading Post while Molly and her family head to their super-secret-berry-picking-spot, but their trip is cut short by a swarm of pesky mosquitos. If only Molly hadn't accidentally swapped the bug spray for dog perfume! A book in the Trading Post has a recipe for repellent made from wild plants. Can Tooey find it before Molly gets all bitten up? / Molly is thrilled when her cousin Randall calls from Sitka to say he's harvesting herring eggs-her absolute favorite food. D
4:30 am 
Molly of Denali  "First Fish/A-Maze-Ing Snow"  Molly can't wait to catch her first fish (and to earn her own first fish tale), but when she gets to the river, the only thing she catches is Tooey's missing boot! Molly must put her knowledge of the salmon life cycle to the test and find out where the fish are before the day is through. / Molly suggests a community fun-raiser to fix her school roof after a snow storm. The main attraction? A giant maze made of snow! All is well until Trini gets lost in the maze and Molly realizes the maze map is out of date. D
5:00 am 
Molly of Denali  "Bird in the Hand/Bye-Bye Birdie"  Molly and Tooey think they've discovered a ghost after a strange noise follows them from Spooky Hose all the way to the Trading Post's Bunkhouse. Turns out the phantom is actually a bird stuck in a dryer vent! Molly's bird call book holds the key to finding out what kind of bird it is, but they'll need to learn what some unfamiliar words mean before finding their feathered friend a new home. / Molly and Trini tag along with Nina on trip to Kenai National Park to see real, live puffins! As the enthusiastic birders count how many puffins are eating and admire the precocious pufflings, Molly and Trini are alarmed when the baby chicks begin to jump off a cliff! What's a good birdwatcher to do?. D
5:30 am 
WordGirl  "Becky Knows Best/As Something As Something"  Becky Knows Best - TJ entered himself in the school writing contest, and Becky is thrilled. After all, she has only won, like, a bajillion times! Only problem is that TJ doesn't want Becky's help. He wants to do it alone. D
6:00 am 
Caillou  "Step By Step!"  When Leo forgets his brand new toy dinosaur in the park, Daddy and Caillou go looking for it, with no success. So Caillou, with Mommy's help, puts up a Lost and Found Poster, and then, finds 'Dino' at the Park Office Lost and Found! When the washing machine needs fixing, Caillou ends up helping Bob the repairman. Inspired, Caillou helps Dad hammer a nail and glue the leg onto a wobbly stool too! Caillou accompanies Grandma to the Senior's residence where he finds out 'driving' the meal cart is more fun than driving his toy truck. D
6:30 am 
WordWorld  "Totally Terrific Duck/A Star Is Born"  Totally Terrific Duck - Totally Terrific Duck - Bear is going to paint everyone's picture today, and Duck wants to look "totally terrific" for his portrait. Not to worry! Frog and Sheep help him build a tie, top hat and tutu - because if you want to look totally terrific you need the letter T. A tie, top hat and tutu? Now that's one totally, totally, TOTALLY terrific looking Duck! A Star is Born - Duck gets a case of stage fright while singing "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" for all his WordFriends. Instead of singing the word "star," Duck freezes and blurts out the first thing he sees. D
7:00 am 
Sid The Science Kid  "My Ice Pops"  Sid wakes up and discovers that his ice pops melted! This sticky situation leads him to ask," Why do things have to melt?" After investigating at school, Sid learns that if liquids don't stay in a really cold place, they slowly melt over time. He also discovers that liquids can freeze into solid ice and then melt right back into liquid. D
7:30 am 
Peep and the Big Wide World (Apt)  "The Feats of Peep / Quack Goes Nuts"  NULL
8:00 am 
Splash and Bubbles  "Cleaner of the Kelp/How Bubbles Got Her Moves Back"  While playing in the kelp forest, Splash, Bubbles and Dunk meet Tidy the Garibaldi Fish, who is the self-appointed Kelp Forest Ranger. Tidy has been taking the kids' shells as they play in the forest, because he likes to keep everything clean and tidy. / Bubbles injures her fin and has trouble swimming, but still wants to move around, so she begins trying all of the methods that other creatures on the reef use to move. D
8:30 am 
Peg + Cat  "The Poetry Problem/The Disappearing Art Problem"  The Poetry Problem - Amherst / Purple Planet / Peg's Pizza Place / Mega Mall. Peg and Cat lead Emily Dickinson far and wide in search of a rhyming pattern for her new poem. Primary Content: Patterns Secondary Content: One thousand Art Museum. D
9:00 am 
Clifford The Big Red Dog  "Leaf of Absence/Nobody's Perfect"  Leaf of Absence - T-Bone asks Clifford to keep an eye on a pile of leaves he has collected, but Clifford simply can't resist jumping into them. When the wind picks up, Clifford realizes he hasn't taken his responsibility seriously enough. Clifford spends the afternoon re-collecting the pile, and T-Bone is truly grateful when he returns to see his leaves are okay. D
9:30 am 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Lost Voice/Doll Hospital"  Pinkalicious is chosen to sing a solo in a class concert. She practices and practices to make sure she gets the solo just right, but on the morning of the performance she discovers she's lost her voice! How will she be able to sing? / Pinkalicious, Jasmine and Peter love playing with their dolls. When one of their dolls gets hurt, the fun doesn't end - instead, the game changes to playing doctor! Soon, Pinkalicious and Jasmine find themselves taking care of all the dolls in Pinkville while Peter feels a little left out. D
10:00 am 
Sesame Street  "A Very Sesame Street Thanksgiving"  Everyone is getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving on Sesame Street and they're each bringing something to eat. When Rosita doesn't think her Abuela cooked Thanksgiving food that her friends are familiar with, Big Bird, Alan and Nina explain that everyone has their own family traditions, eating all kinds of food to celebrate Thanksgiving. D
10:30 am 
Super Why!  "Hansel and Gretel: A Healthy Adventure"  Red and her friends are having a picnic in the park, but she has no energy to join in the fun. Could it have something to do with her unhealthy snack choices? Super Why and his friends head into the story of Hansel and Gretel to meet the equally tired and grouchy witch. They convince the witch to trade in her gingerbread house for something both delicious and nutritious - and Red learns what kinds of foods will help her go the distance so she can play with her friends for a SUPER long time! Educational Objectives: To learn which foods taste great while providing long-lasting energy! Young viewers will play interactive alphabet games, practice the magic of spelling, and use healthy eating choices to change the story. D
11:00 am 
Wild Kratts  "Eel-Lectric!"  When the Tortuga crashes somewhere in the middle of the Amazon rainforest, the electrical system of the ship is destroyed. Grounded and exposed to the elements and predators - like jaguars and crocodiles - the Wild Kratts must come up with a plan to restore the electrical systems before the creatures of the Amazon completely take over the Tortuga! Science Concept: Electricity. D
11:30 am 
Odd Squad  "First Day"  In this two-part episode, agents struggle with a case while Oscar interviews candidates to run the Odd Squad Creature Room. Curriculum: Data and charts. D
12:00 pm 
Arthur  "Swept Away/Germophobia"  Swept Away - It's summertime! Arthur, D.W. and Buster are spending a few days at the beach where they discover the simple joys of building sand castles. But can they save their beloved creation from the inevitable ocean tides? Germophobia - Buster's friends have had enough of his sloppy habits, so they band together to educate him on the realities of bacteria. D
12:30 pm 
Ready Jet Go!  "Space Race/Jet's Time Machine"  Jet, Sydney, Sean, and Sunspot join Celery as she competes against her brother, Uncle Zucchini, in an "Earthie-style race with a winner"! The race is tight until Celery uses the kids' proposed secret "strategy" - a "gravity assist" off of Jupiter, to increase their saucer speed, and win! / Jet uses his Bortronian skills to test his first experimental Time Machine so he and his Earthie friends can go back to an exact time - 3 minutes earlier - in order to see a spectacular moment in a meteor shower that they missed. A mistake happens the first time, so he keeps trying to go back in time to fix the first mistake, but more mistakes keep happening and snowball into hilarity. D
1:00 pm 
Cyberchase  "The Case of the Missing Memory"  Under the guise of a peace mission, Wicked arrives at Control Central with a handful of bad guys. But someone's up to no good, and steals Motherboard's precious Memory Integrator. Whodunit? Where is it?? And what does it look like??? Digit and the kids must figure out what they know - what they don't know - and what they need to know. D
1:30 pm 
Martha Speaks  "Martha Blah Blah/Skits Behaves"  Martha Blah Blah* (*book based) - Granny Flo decides to cut costs at the soup factory. Who would notice if each bowl of soup had only half the letters of the alphabet anyway? Martha would, that's who. As the letters are subtracted from the soup, they're also subtracted from her speech, and Martha loses her ability to communicate. D
2:00 pm 
Sesame Street  "A Very Sesame Street Thanksgiving"  Everyone is getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving on Sesame Street and they're each bringing something to eat. When Rosita doesn't think her Abuela cooked Thanksgiving food that her friends are familiar with, Big Bird, Alan and Nina explain that everyone has their own family traditions, eating all kinds of food to celebrate Thanksgiving. D
2:30 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Someone Else's Feelings/Empathy at School"  Someone Else's Feelings: Daniel and O the Owl are pretending to be handymen, using their toy tools to make "repairs" to Daniel's playhouse. Daniel is having lots of fun hammering loudly, but it's upsetting O, who would rather do something quieter. Daniel loves hammering so much that it's hard for him to see why it upsets O. Mom helps Daniel be empathetic and think about how O is feeling: Daniel remembers a time when he was upset because Miss Elaina was being way too loud for him. D
3:00 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel Is Jealous/Jealousy at the Treehouse"  Daniel is Jealous: Daniel and Katerina are playing "airplane" with Grandpere. Daniel thinks Katerina is getting too much attention from Grandpere and starts to feel jealous. Daniel explains his feelings and is reassured that he is Grandpere's one and only Daniel. D
3:30 pm 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Lost Voice/Doll Hospital"  Pinkalicious is chosen to sing a solo in a class concert. She practices and practices to make sure she gets the solo just right, but on the morning of the performance she discovers she's lost her voice! How will she be able to sing? / Pinkalicious, Jasmine and Peter love playing with their dolls. When one of their dolls gets hurt, the fun doesn't end - instead, the game changes to playing doctor! Soon, Pinkalicious and Jasmine find themselves taking care of all the dolls in Pinkville while Peter feels a little left out. D
4:00 pm 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Rumbly Tumbly/Planet Name Game"  Rumbly Tumbly: Nick's hungry tummy is rumbling! But why do our stomachs make noises when they're hungry? A super shrunken trip into Thing One's stomach will show them the answer! They learn how chewing and stomach juices help to break down the food, and the tummy sounds are actually the stomach working. When your tummy is empty, the sounds are much louder! There's only one way to quiet Nick's rumbly tumbly. a chewy chocolate chunky chunk chip cookie! Planet Name Game: Nick and Sally have run out of things to name in the garden. D
4:30 pm 
Dinosaur Train  "What's at the Center of the Earth Troglobites!/Minerals!"  "What's at the Center of the Earth? Troglobites!" - The Drill Engine Train burrows into an underground limestone cave, where the Pteranodon Family meets some strange creatures without eyes called "troglobites." In a contest to see who would make the best troglobite, Buddy, Tiny, Shiny, and Don participate in a treasure hunt - with their eyes closed! The kids have to rely on their other senses (with some guidance from the actual troglobites) to navigate the cave and find the prize. Story A Educational Objectives: A speleologist is someone who studies caves. D
5:00 pm 
Let's Go Luna!  "A Prickly Pear/Turkish Delight"  NULL
5:30 pm 
Nature Cat  "Enter The Dragonfly/Water Woes"  Enter the Dragonfly - Nature Cat and his pals are assembled in Ye Olde Kingdom of the Backyard to play. The Knights of Nature! Huzzah! When Ronald sees their shiny Knights of Nature helmets, he's entranced and wants one of his own. But not so fast, Ronald! Nature Cat explains that in order to wear a helmet, Ronald must become a Knight of Nature by going on a quest, and his quest is to find a dragonfly! Huzzah! Water Woes - Whaaaat?! Daisy's whole garden isn't looking so good. D
6:00 pm 
Wild Kratts Alaska: Hero's Journey   Aviva announces she's one step closer to fixing the Time Trampoline with the invention of a Time Thruster. But before they can check it out, it goes overboard and attaches onto a Sockeye salmon who is in the middle of the "Salmon Run". The Wild Kratt team is led on a wild chase, as they follow the salmon on this incredible and difficult journey - both battling the odds to reach their goals. D
7:00 pm 
Molly of Denali Premiere   The world premiere of the new PBS KIDS series, Molly of Denali! This series follows the adventures of Molly, a feisty and resourceful Alaska Native girl, as she helps her parents run the Denali Trading Post in their Alaskan village. Viewers are introduced to the rich history and modern-day experience of family life in the heart of the Alaskan tundra through the eyes of Molly, her parents, and her friends. Designed to help kids develop skills around informational text such as using a map and following an instruction manual, this is the first nationally distributed children's series in the U.S. D
8:00 pm 
Molly of Denali  "Berry Itchy Day/Herring Eggs Or Bust"  Tooey has agreed to watch the Trading Post while Molly and her family head to their super-secret-berry-picking-spot, but their trip is cut short by a swarm of pesky mosquitos. If only Molly hadn't accidentally swapped the bug spray for dog perfume! A book in the Trading Post has a recipe for repellent made from wild plants. Can Tooey find it before Molly gets all bitten up? / Molly is thrilled when her cousin Randall calls from Sitka to say he's harvesting herring eggs-her absolute favorite food. D
8:30 pm 
Molly of Denali  "First Fish/A-Maze-Ing Snow"  Molly can't wait to catch her first fish (and to earn her own first fish tale), but when she gets to the river, the only thing she catches is Tooey's missing boot! Molly must put her knowledge of the salmon life cycle to the test and find out where the fish are before the day is through. / Molly suggests a community fun-raiser to fix her school roof after a snow storm. The main attraction? A giant maze made of snow! All is well until Trini gets lost in the maze and Molly realizes the maze map is out of date. D
9:00 pm 
Molly of Denali  "Bird in the Hand/Bye-Bye Birdie"  Molly and Tooey think they've discovered a ghost after a strange noise follows them from Spooky Hose all the way to the Trading Post's Bunkhouse. Turns out the phantom is actually a bird stuck in a dryer vent! Molly's bird call book holds the key to finding out what kind of bird it is, but they'll need to learn what some unfamiliar words mean before finding their feathered friend a new home. / Molly and Trini tag along with Nina on trip to Kenai National Park to see real, live puffins! As the enthusiastic birders count how many puffins are eating and admire the precocious pufflings, Molly and Trini are alarmed when the baby chicks begin to jump off a cliff! What's a good birdwatcher to do?. D
9:30 pm 
WordGirl  "The Ordinary, Extraordinary Botsfords/The Penny, the Pony, and the Pirate"  The Ordinary, Extraordinary Botsfords - Becky's class at school is having fun with their family tree projects and discovering the extraordinary accomplishments of their ancestors. Unfortunately, the most extraordinary Botsford family member that Becky found was a paint inspector whose job was to literally watch paint dry. However, when the Butcher breaks out of jail, Becky realizes that her ordinary, human family possesses special powers of their own. D
10:00 pm 
Sesame Street  "A Very Sesame Street Thanksgiving"  Everyone is getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving on Sesame Street and they're each bringing something to eat. When Rosita doesn't think her Abuela cooked Thanksgiving food that her friends are familiar with, Big Bird, Alan and Nina explain that everyone has their own family traditions, eating all kinds of food to celebrate Thanksgiving. D
10:30 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Someone Else's Feelings/Empathy at School"  Someone Else's Feelings: Daniel and O the Owl are pretending to be handymen, using their toy tools to make "repairs" to Daniel's playhouse. Daniel is having lots of fun hammering loudly, but it's upsetting O, who would rather do something quieter. Daniel loves hammering so much that it's hard for him to see why it upsets O. Mom helps Daniel be empathetic and think about how O is feeling: Daniel remembers a time when he was upset because Miss Elaina was being way too loud for him. D
11:00 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel Is Jealous/Jealousy at the Treehouse"  Daniel is Jealous: Daniel and Katerina are playing "airplane" with Grandpere. Daniel thinks Katerina is getting too much attention from Grandpere and starts to feel jealous. Daniel explains his feelings and is reassured that he is Grandpere's one and only Daniel. D
11:30 pm 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Lost Voice/Doll Hospital"  Pinkalicious is chosen to sing a solo in a class concert. She practices and practices to make sure she gets the solo just right, but on the morning of the performance she discovers she's lost her voice! How will she be able to sing? / Pinkalicious, Jasmine and Peter love playing with their dolls. When one of their dolls gets hurt, the fun doesn't end - instead, the game changes to playing doctor! Soon, Pinkalicious and Jasmine find themselves taking care of all the dolls in Pinkville while Peter feels a little left out. D

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