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5:00 am 
Remembered Voices   History, hope, shared humanity, and the healing power of art are the lessons Omaha students experience as they encounter the story of Terezin, a Nazi concentration in Czechoslovakia. During World War Two, Terezin was used to imprison and murder many of Europe's musicians, composers, and artists. Remembered Voices follows the Omaha students as they encounter Terezin by participating in a series of art and music infused workshops. D
6:00 am 
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  "Environment"  It takes the cooperation of many people, but the Neighborhood of Make-Believe's garbage problem is solved through recycling. D
6:30 am 
Curious George  "Hamster Cam/The Great Monkey Detective"  Hamster Cam - Steve's pet hamster, Hogie, is on the loose in the city streets with nothing but a small video camera tied to his back. George helps Steve track his whereabouts using clues from the hamster cam and his best monkeyish map-reading skills. But can a monkey with a map keep up with a hamster on the run? The Great Monkey Detective - It's mystery movie night at Chef Pisghetti's restaurant. D
7:00 am 
Splash and Bubbles  "Dunk The Artist/Ripple's Sea Dragons"  Dunk discovers that what he considers "just playing with sand" is actually considered beautiful art by his friends, and he is proud of himself for having a special talent. / Ripple leads the gang to investigate the legend of the Sea Dragon that has been passed down in her family. When they discover what Sea Dragons actually are, they learn that just because they haven't seen something before doesn't mean it doesn't exist. D
7:30 am 
Dinosaur Train  "Junior Conductors Academy: Part One/Junior Conductors Academy: Part Two"  "Junior Conductors Academy: Part One" - The kids are all excited! Why? Because they're off to Junior Conductor's Academy in Laramidia, to try to become Junior Conductors First Class. Buddy has a feeling he's going to be a star in class, until he meets Dennis Deinocheirus - a kid who knows even more dinosaur facts than he does! Can Buddy get over his disappointment that he's not the smartest kid in class, and make friends with Dennis (who seems like he's having trouble making friends on his own)? "Junior Conductors Academy: Part Two" - Now that Buddy and Dennis are friends, they have to work together (with the other kids) in order to pass a series of tests. If they succeed, they'll receive their Junior Conductors First Class pins! But standing in the way of their success is the most challenging instructor of all. D
8:00 am 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Biggest Bird/Drum Di Drum"  Biggest Bird - Sally and Nick are pretending to be birds, because it's fun to fly! But not all birds can fly, says the Cat. His friend Os the ostrich can't fly, but he can do oh so many other things! Why don't they go meet him and try to guess what he's best at doing? Off to Savannah Saloo! They guess that he's good at being big, a really fast runner, growing beautiful feathers and seeing really far away! But those aren't what he does best. They meet Os' wife and ostrich chicks and realize that being moms and dads are what ostriches do best! Just like Nick and Sally's moms and dads! Drum Di Drum - Nick and Sally are trying to make some music, but they need drums. D
8:30 am 
Nature Cat  "Appily Ever After/Sound Off"  Appily Ever After - It's Fall! Apple picking season! But Hal wants to know - how did the apples get up in the trees? An apple fairy? A magic spell? The internet? And how long does it take? Long time? Short time? No time? So many questions! That reminds Nature Cat of his all-time favorite nature story, which will help answer all of Hal's apple questions. It's time to tell Nature Cat's version of Johnny Appleseed! Sound Off - Man-oh-man! What's that noise?! Daisy keeps hearing the most annoying beeping sound and it's coming from across the lake. The terrible sound is even upsetting the lake fish and if it doesn't stop soon, the fish could be in big trouble! Can Nature Cat and his pals find where the rogue sound is coming from and stop the boisterous blaring beeps? Onward and soundward!. D
9:00 am 
Bob the Builder  "A Sinking Feeling"  IN TOO DEEP Bob must replace the jetties at the marina, but the ground is slippery, so Stretch has to do the digging. Scoop wants to dig too, but in trying to keep up with Stretch, he slides around and gets stuck. Scoop discovers that by spreading gravel he can grip the slippery ground and help finish the job. D
9:30 am 
Cyberchase  "Totally Rad"  The dastardly Hacker (Christopher Lloyd) takes over the Radopolis cybersite, declaring himself King in "Totally Rad," the season premiere of CYBERCHASE. In an effort to dethrone him, the kids challenge the Hacker's extreme team to a winner-take-all skate-off. There's just one catch: high-scoring tricks need as much area as possible and the field keeps mysteriously changing! With Digit ( Gilbert Gottfried) as coach, the kids put on a dazzling display of blading, boarding, and biking, but can they match their performance to the changing arena? The Big Idea: Different shapes bounded by the same perimeter can enclose very different areas. D
10:00 am 
Science Trek  "Rivers"  Rivers have a life. They have a beginning and an end. Rivers change the land through which they flow. D
10:30 am 
Idaho Reports   The Idaho Reports crew provides reporting and analysis of Idaho issues around the state and in Congress.G
11:00 am 
BBC Newsnight   NULL
11:30 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Active Edge"  Guests: Jeff Klingelhofer, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, Thornburg Investment Management; Nicholos Venditti, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, Thornburg Investment Management. This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack explores the advantage of active management in bond investing with two top-performing mutual fund managers from Thornburg Investment Management. D
12:00 pm 
12:30 pm 
Washington Week   NULL
1:00 pm 
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer  "The Fly Fisherman, Part 2"  In part 2 of this two part program, Sarah watches an expert as he creates one of the many types of flies used in fly fishing. Using oils, Roger puts the finishing touches on his painting of the mountain stream. D
1:30 pm 
Sewing with Nancy  "Magic Inch Quilts, Part 2"  Guests Bill Kerr and Weeks Ringle of Modern Quilt Studio join Nancy to demonstrate how to create custom quilt designs of your own with a modern flair. See how to adapt the Magic Inch technique to any size block. Grab your rotary cutter and sew along while we master a fresh approach to quilting. D
2:00 pm 
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting  "A Formal Affair"  Who knew the home-y log cabin block could have such a dramatic side? Toby Lischko's variation on the log cabin design plays with color, value and placement, resulting in an elegant, riveting quilt. The simple construction gives Toby and host Sara Gallegos ample opportunity to teach the basic, good quilting practices that quilters are all too likely to rush past. Let this sophisticated-looking quilt bring you back to your roots. D
2:30 pm 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Embrace Your Space"  Making the most out of your space doesn't just apply to what's in your house. P. Allen Smith shows you how to take advantage of your great outdoors without breaking the bank. D
3:00 pm 
Woodsmith Shop  "Classic Tips & Tricks"  The editors of Woodsmith magazine wrap up the season with a series of tips and tricks segments covering a range of woodworking topics. D
3:30 pm 
This Old House  "Detroit Going Old School for Tile and Molding"  Frank, Tamiko, their kids and Kevin start interior painting. Tommy repairs decorative molding using a putty knife. Tommy and Frank install interior doors and the tile installer gives the fireplace a much needed facelift. D
4:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Rain Garden, Cabinet Hardware"  Protecting the environment: Watch Jenn plant a rain garden to keep runoff and waste out of marshlands. See Scott brighten up a dim bedroom with new overhead lighting. Tom gives tips on installing cabinet hardware accurately and consistently. D
4:30 pm 
GardenSMART   In the South in early days, many of the gardens were English influenced. Adapting those plants to the hot, humid South presented issues. But one very talented gardener has endured many years with these gardens, and her results are spectacular. D
5:00 pm 
Dialogue  "Author Phil Klay"  On this edition of Dialogue, host Marcia Franklin interviews Phil Klay, an author and veteran of the war in Iraq. Klay's first work, Redeployment, won the National Book Award for Fiction in 2014. The 12 short stories in Redeployment draw on Klay's experiences as a U.S. Marine Corps Public Affairs Officer in the Anbar province of Iraq from 2007 to 2008.G
5:30 pm 
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend  "Jfk at 100"  Monday marks the 100th birthday of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the nation's 35th President, whose tenure was tragically cut short by his assassination in 1963. Despite only three years in office, polls of historians continually rank JFK among the top 10 presidents in American history, with his handling of Cold War crises, pushing space exploration all the way to the moon, launching the Peace Corps and inspiring public service. But as NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield reports, the aftermath of Kennedy's death has given historians almost as much to study about American society and its undercurrents as JFK's life. D
6:29 pm 
This Wild Life  "Monkeys in the Kitchen"  With the drought biting hard, food is in short supply and cheeky monkeys are taking over the family's safari camp. With water running short, Saba is struggling to give her guests the experience they expect. Frank and David set off on a dangerous mission to help the biggest bull elephant in northern Kenya.G
7:01 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Owyhee Canyoneers"  An intrepid group of adventurers hikes up slot canyons and rappels across hidden pools in wild country few Idahoans visit. They find many hidden gems in the southwest corner of the state.G
7:30 pm 
Oregon Field Guide  "Columbia River Bar Pilots"  The bar pilots of the Columbia River brave every kind of weather for one of the most hazardous jobs in the maritime industry- helping ships navigate the treacherous Columbia bar. And visit Wasco County and discover why residents call Dufur home!G
8:00 pm 
National Memorial Day Concert   Join co-hosts Gary Sinise and Joe Mantegna for the 28th broadcast of this night of remembrance honoring the service and sacrifice of our men and women in uniform, their families at home and all those who have given their lives for our country. D
9:30 pm 
PBS Previews: The Vietnam War   This program takes a look at creation of the upcoming series from Ken Burns and Lynn Novick: THE VIETNAM WAR. Featuring interviews with the filmmakers, behind-the-scenes footage, and exclusive clips from the series, this program will give viewers an advance look at this Fall's most anticipated film. D
10:00 pm 
Soldier On: Life After Deployment   Three women - Natasha Young, Amanda Tejada and Lyndsey Lyons - confront the challenges of readjusting to civilian life after their post-9/11 military service. Once back in the United States, the women cope with the disintegration of their relationships, alcohol and substance abuse, depression, health problems, military sexual trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, and employment difficulties.G
11:00 pm 
Hinterland  "S2 E3"  Mathias is under pressure; his wife, Meg Mathias, has turned up in Aberystwyth, and he's under investigation by the IPCC following the death of Mari Davies. When a bus driver's body is found shot on an isolated mountainside, the investigation provides a welcome escape for DCI Mathias. The team have a suspect to question but Mathias believes he is an unlikely killer. D
5:00 am 
Sid The Science Kid  "Sid Wings It!"  In his backyard, Sid shows off his homemade cardboard wings. He's wearing them because he wants to fly, just like the bird he has been watching all morning. When his flight plans don't work out, he heads to school to investigate. D
5:30 am 
Peg + Cat  "The Clown Problem/The Ninja Problem"  The Clown Problem - The Circus. Peg and Cat help Mac achieve his dream of being a clown in the circus, by teaching him how funny it can be when things are exactly the wrong size. The Ninja Problem - Japan. D
6:00 am 
Austin City Limits  "Iggy Pop"  A thrilling hour with rock & roll legend Iggy Pop. The Detroit native blasts through classics and cuts from his latest album, Post Pop Depression, accompanied by members of Queens of the Stone Age and Arctic Monkeys. D
7:00 am 
NOVA  "Meteor Strike"  A 7,000-ton asteroid crashes into the earth's atmosphere, explodes and falls to earth across a wide swath near the Ural Mountains on February 15, 2013. Dubbed the Siberian Meteor, it explodes with the power of 30 Hiroshima bombs, damaging buildings and sending more than 1,000 people to the hospital. Countless digital dashboard cameras record the event creating crowd-sourced data that allows NOVA crews and impact scientists to hit the ground in Russia in search of debris from the explosion, and clues to the meteor's origin and makeup. The program also explores some even greater explosions of the past, asking if Earth is in the cross-hairs of a celestrial shooting gallery.G
8:00 am 
Dialogue  "Author Phil Klay"  On this edition of Dialogue, host Marcia Franklin interviews Phil Klay, an author and veteran of the war in Iraq. Klay's first work, Redeployment, won the National Book Award for Fiction in 2014. The 12 short stories in Redeployment draw on Klay's experiences as a U.S. Marine Corps Public Affairs Officer in the Anbar province of Iraq from 2007 to 2008.G
8:30 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Owyhee Canyoneers"  An intrepid group of adventurers hikes up slot canyons and rappels across hidden pools in wild country few Idahoans visit. They find many hidden gems in the southwest corner of the state.G
9:00 am 
Oregon Field Guide  "Disappearing Lake, Bat Mystery, Jeff Douglas Remembered And Klamath Lake Canoe Trail"  Bats across the Northeast started dying by the millions back in 2006. The culprit was a mysterious disease called white-nose syndrome and now its in the Northwest. South Prairie is a mysterious 85-acre lake in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest of SW Washington. It appears each spring, and disappears each summer. What's the secret? We remember Jeff Douglas and show one of his favorite stories.G
9:30 am 
Roadtrip Nation  "The Answer Is Within You"  The road-trippers explore the Experience Music Project in Seattle, where experience designer Andrea Weatherhead advises that the best path toward happiness is getting to know yourself. In Colorado, the team meets interior designer Eiko Okura, who urges them to stop overthinking and see what emerges, and Michael Franti, who advocates for making lots of decisions and seeing what sticks. D
10:00 am 
The Crowd & The Cloud  "Citizens4Earth"  Counting birds for more than 100 years generates data on a changing climate and there's an app for that: eBird. Surfer science using smart tech tracks ocean acidification and coastal temperatures in the Smartfin project, a recent startup. We spend "A Year in the Life of Citizen Science" including a Thanksgiving Monarch Butterfly Watch in California. Seasonal change is tracked by Latina and Native American teens in springtime in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and horseshoe crabs are surveyed in summer by retirees along mid-Atlantic coasts. In Uganda, World Bank economists and local partners generate data for sustainable development. The far-ranging potential of "Citizen Science in the Digital Age." Part 4 of 4G
11:00 am 
NOVA  "Meteor Strike"  A 7,000-ton asteroid crashes into the earth's atmosphere, explodes and falls to earth across a wide swath near the Ural Mountains on February 15, 2013. Dubbed the Siberian Meteor, it explodes with the power of 30 Hiroshima bombs, damaging buildings and sending more than 1,000 people to the hospital. Countless digital dashboard cameras record the event creating crowd-sourced data that allows NOVA crews and impact scientists to hit the ground in Russia in search of debris from the explosion, and clues to the meteor's origin and makeup. The program also explores some even greater explosions of the past, asking if Earth is in the cross-hairs of a celestrial shooting gallery.G
12:00 pm 
Victorian Slum House  "The 1890s"  Enter the 1890s, when mass manufacturing and social reform offer a bit of hope for some of the residents, while others are plagued by a water shortage that dashes hopes for a promising laundry business. Part 4 of 5G
1:00 pm 
Globe Trekker  "Nigeria"  Adela Ucar kicks off her visit in the capital of Lagos, an anarchic and electric city with a vital nightlife. Next she journeys to Yoruba Land in the southwest, thought to be the site of the Queen of Sheba's tomb. Adela later meets witch doctors in Oyo, travels to the historic walled cities in the north, hunts for bargains in the ancient Kurmi Market, visits the traditional Fulani village of Chafe and encounters a rare mountain gorilla in Nigeria's eastern highlands. D
2:00 pm 
Dialogue  "Author Phil Klay"  On this edition of Dialogue, host Marcia Franklin interviews Phil Klay, an author and veteran of the war in Iraq. Klay's first work, Redeployment, won the National Book Award for Fiction in 2014. The 12 short stories in Redeployment draw on Klay's experiences as a U.S. Marine Corps Public Affairs Officer in the Anbar province of Iraq from 2007 to 2008.G
2:30 pm 
Washington Week   NULL
3:00 pm 
Biz Kid$  "Economic Cycles (What Goes Up Must Come Down)"  Trends in the economy go up and down. Learn how trends can affect a business. Discover how you can protect yourself against negative effects and plan for the positive trends. D
3:30 pm 
Oregon Field Guide  "Backpacking The Olympic Coast"  Backpacking the Olympic coast, Columbia River toxics, Portland fruit tree projectG
4:00 pm 
Cook's Country  "Fried Chicken and Grilled Peppers"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make latin fried chicken at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for deep-fry/candy thermometers. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of green salsa. D
4:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "West England"  The quintessence of charming England is the "West Country": quaint Cotswold villages with their fine churches, manor homes, and gastropubs; Wells, England's smallest cathedral town; and the New Age capital of Glastonbury, with its legends of the Holy Grail and King Arthur. He finishes by pondering the dramatic prehistoric stone circles of Stonehenge and Avebury. D
5:00 pm 
NOVA  "Meteor Strike"  A 7,000-ton asteroid crashes into the earth's atmosphere, explodes and falls to earth across a wide swath near the Ural Mountains on February 15, 2013. Dubbed the Siberian Meteor, it explodes with the power of 30 Hiroshima bombs, damaging buildings and sending more than 1,000 people to the hospital. Countless digital dashboard cameras record the event creating crowd-sourced data that allows NOVA crews and impact scientists to hit the ground in Russia in search of debris from the explosion, and clues to the meteor's origin and makeup. The program also explores some even greater explosions of the past, asking if Earth is in the cross-hairs of a celestrial shooting gallery.G
6:00 pm 
American Epic  "Blood and Soil"  Travel to the rural South as Elder Burch, Charley Patton and others record early Delta blues, gospel and protest songs. The Great Flood of 1927 devastates Mississippi River communities, leading to northern migration and Chicago Blues by Howlin' Wolf. Part 2 of 3G
7:00 pm 
Fake Or Fortune?  "Lucian Freud"  There are few British artists as complex, mercurial and valuable as Lucian Freud. Best known for his unsentimental portrayal of the human body and stark portraits, the FAKE OR FORTUNE? team has been presented with a portrait that potentially dates back to the very beginning of the artist's career. D
8:00 pm 
Jacques Pepin: American Masters   Discover the story of Chef Jacques Pepin, a young immigrant with movie-star looks and a charming Gallic accent, who elevated essential kitchen techniques to an art form to become one of America's most beloved food icons. D
9:00 pm 
Alice Waters: American Masters   Alice Waters, once a Berkeley hippie, rocked the international world of food in the late 1970s by preparing a simple lunch - roasted garlic, grilled spring lamb, a salad of baby mixed greens and a perfect peach - for an elite culinary gathering accustomed to complicated dishes and heavy French sauces. Henri Charvet, the famous French chef sniffed, "Zhat is not cooking. Zhat is shopping!"G
10:00 pm 
American Epic  "Blood and Soil"  Travel to the rural South as Elder Burch, Charley Patton and others record early Delta blues, gospel and protest songs. The Great Flood of 1927 devastates Mississippi River communities, leading to northern migration and Chicago Blues by Howlin' Wolf. Part 2 of 3G
11:00 pm 
Fake Or Fortune?  "Lucian Freud"  There are few British artists as complex, mercurial and valuable as Lucian Freud. Best known for his unsentimental portrayal of the human body and stark portraits, the FAKE OR FORTUNE? team has been presented with a portrait that potentially dates back to the very beginning of the artist's career. D
5:00 am 
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly  "The Keys - Episode 1 - Florida Keys & Key West"  Follow Colleen as she and her daughters explore the wonders of Key West, experiencing all of its natural beauty and family fun activities. From getting to swim with dolphins to visiting the famous Turtle Hospital, they'll have the opportunity to connect hands-on with nature, gaining a better understanding of the Keys' wildlife. D
5:30 am 
Life on the Line  "The Aftermath"  In one of the worst storms on record, Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines with devastating force. More than 6,000 people died and thousands more displaced, leaving a whole region left to face loss, hardship, and depression. In the aftermath of the deadly typhoon, an international behavioral health trauma team touches down to help those facing grief and post-traumatic stress. D
6:00 am 
New Scandinavian Cooking  "Arctic Food"  In today's episode, Andreas visits Spitsbergen, the Norwegian settlement at 78 degrees north. In spite of the perpetual cold and barren surroundings, the area is home to some of the world's richest fisheries. Andreas also forages for arctic mushrooms and meets what is probably the world's northernmost farmer. D
6:30 am 
Healthful Indian Flavors with Alamelu   Alamelu shows us the "joy of cooking" when she makes potato masala (which can also be made into potato cutlets), chicken tikka kebabs, and cilantro chutney. All of these recipes are gluten-free. D
7:00 am 
Pedal America  "From Liquor Bottle to Water Bottle - Chicago, Illinois"  Ira David pedals along The Windy City's magnificent lakefront and downtown neighborhoods to show why Chicago is consistently ranked among the top five bicycling towns in North America. Stops include Museum Campus, Soldier Field, and the Lookingglass Theatre Company. Also, meet one Chicago resident, a former chain smoker and alcoholic, who traded in his liquor bottles for water bottles when he discovered the benefits of bicycling. D
7:30 am 
Journeys In Japan  "Tanegashima: Guns, Rockets and Surf"  Tanegashima is an island that has embraced new cultures and people since olden times. Starting with Japan's first firearms-brought in by the Portuguese-the island has accepted all kinds of things from sweet potatoes from Sumatra and a major space center to surfing culture. British model, actor and social entrepreneur Dean Newcombe meets the energetic people and discovers the diversity of Tanegashima. D
8:00 am 
Ask This Old House  "Rain Garden, Cabinet Hardware"  Protecting the environment: Watch Jenn plant a rain garden to keep runoff and waste out of marshlands. See Scott brighten up a dim bedroom with new overhead lighting. Tom gives tips on installing cabinet hardware accurately and consistently. D
8:30 am 
American Woodshop   Natural Edge Slab Tables with Recycled Metal Legs/Butcher Block Tops. D
9:00 am 
GardenSMART   Native plants are exploding in popularity, and for good reason. They've adapted to an area, thus requiring less maintenance and care. And, they are vitally important to preserving the botanical heritage of an area. D
9:30 am 
For Your Home  "Finishing Touches"  It always take longer than you expect to complete any construction project but the wait is always worth it. Tour the finished bungalow with host Vicki Payne as she reveals the stunning details that transformed a 1920s bungalow into a functional home for a multi-generational family of five. D
10:00 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "ABC's of Smoke"  Smoking ranks among the world's most ancient and popular cooking methods. We begin season two with a refresher course on the basic smoking techniques and smokers, from rotisserie-smoking chicken to smoke-roasting bourbon-bacon pork loin. From low and slow-smoked "brisket on the bone" (beef plate ribs) to smoked pears with smoked whipped cream for dessert, you'll learn to smoke on a kettle grill, pellet smoker, electric smoker, and offset barrel smoker. D
10:30 am 
The Jazzy Vegetarian  "BBQ Bash"  Host Laura Theodore prepares warm weather cuisine to celebrate a festive summer holiday. Colorful "Jazzy Shish Kebabs" with homemade barbeque sauce are served over "Quick Quinoa." On the side, tangy "Kale and Tomato Salad" adds a refreshing crunch, while "Chilled Choco-Peanut Butter Cups" make a refreshing and decadent dessert. D
11:00 am 
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen  "Barbecue's Birthplace"  In 1516, a Spanish explorer encountered a band of Taino Indians roasting game and seafood on a wooden frame over a smoky fire. They called the cooking device a barbacoa-the origin of modern barbecue. This show takes us to the birthplace of barbecue-the Caribbean-where you'll learn to make Jamaican jerk chicken, buccaneer baby back ribs with pineapple barbecue sauce, and a Raichlen classic: shrimp grilled on sugarcane. D
11:30 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Raichlen On Ribs"  Ribs epitomize barbecue, combining well-marbled, rich-tasting meat with the primal pleasure of eating with your bare hands. In this show we embark on a rib world tour, from St. Louis ribs with a surprise ingredient to Chinatown spareribs and the Project Smoke version of the boneless rib sandwich. D
12:00 pm 
iQ: smartparent  "Apps, Gaps, and the Digital Divide"  This episode of iQ: smartparent will explore the accessibility of broadband and mobile technology to different socioeconomic groups, and whether the digital divide also impacts access to educational content for children in the U.S. and abroad. D
12:30 pm 
iQ: smartparent  "Aiding Autism"  This episode explores ways that digital devices and new technology can help children with autism and other special needs. Join us as we discuss which apps, games, robots, and other forms of media can help children connect with the world around them. D
1:00 pm 
Looking at Learning....Again Part 1  "Intellectual Development"  Explore the power of the mind and consider the notion that every child can learn everything. Harvard Professor Eleanor Duckworth discusses the importance of teaching for a deep and lasting understanding and explains why it is important to give students time to work through their own ideas and experience confusion in order to achieve such understanding. D
2:00 pm 
Mathematics Illuminated  "Other Dimensions"  The conventional notion of dimension consists of three degrees of freedom: length, width, and height, each of which is a quantity that can be measured independently of the others. Many mathematical objects, however, require more. D
2:30 pm 
Mathematics Illuminated  "The Beauty of Symmetry"  In mathematics, symmetry has more than just a visual or geometric quality. Mathematicians comprehend symmetries as motions. D
3:00 pm 
Primary Sources: Workshops In American History  "Common Sense and the American Revolution: The Power of the Printed Word"  This workshop explores the power and importance of America's first "best-seller." Using the language of ordinary people, Thomas Paine's Common Sense called for revolution, challenging many assumptions about government and the colonies' relationship with England. This workshop contrasts the declarations of local communities with Common Sense to see how support for American independence rose up in the colonies.G
4:00 pm 
Growing Old in a New Age  "Societal and Political Aspects of Aging"  Considers individual and governmental responsibilities for the health care and financial support of older citizens. Experts and elders examine the political clout of advocacy groups, older women, and minority elders. D
5:00 pm 
Family Travel with Colleen Kelly  "The Keys - Episode 1 - Florida Keys & Key West"  Follow Colleen as she and her daughters explore the wonders of Key West, experiencing all of its natural beauty and family fun activities. From getting to swim with dolphins to visiting the famous Turtle Hospital, they'll have the opportunity to connect hands-on with nature, gaining a better understanding of the Keys' wildlife. D
5:30 pm 
Life on the Line  "The Aftermath"  In one of the worst storms on record, Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines with devastating force. More than 6,000 people died and thousands more displaced, leaving a whole region left to face loss, hardship, and depression. In the aftermath of the deadly typhoon, an international behavioral health trauma team touches down to help those facing grief and post-traumatic stress. D
6:00 pm 
Martha Bakes  "French Meringue"  Make three show-stopping fantastic meringue-based desserts: individual pavlovas with a brightly colored orange curd filling, a stunning chocolate dacquoise cake layered with chocolate ganache and coffee buttercream, and a light-as-air tinted-pink angel food cake. D
6:30 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Pork Kebabs and Steaks Hit The Grill"  Test cook Dan Souza shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate charcoal-grilled steaks at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews steak knives in the Equipment Corner. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best jar spatulas and jar openers. D
7:00 pm 
Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  "Ceviches Gone Wild"  The fertile waters of the Caribbean Sea provide exquisitely fresh fish, a bounty perhaps best translated on the plate through ceviche. Or sometimes you don't even need a plate, like when Rick and chef Juan Pablo Loza make a ceviche of freshly caught lobster on a boat in the Sian Ka'an nature reserve. At Catch, the Thompson Hotel's swanky rooftop restaurant in Playa del Carmen, chef Pedro Abascal teaches how to make a Peruvian-inspired mandarin, carrot, habanero and ginger ceviche with leche de tigre broth. D
7:30 pm 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Honey Be Good"  It's a well-known fact that honeybees are a precious resource for pollinating the food we eat, but they are mysteriously dying off. Sara joins a beekeeper in Savannah, Georgia to discover the secrets of bees and beekeeping. Then they make a honey centered dish that's pure Georgia - rosemary honey and Georgia peach chutney burgers. D
8:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Rain Garden, Cabinet Hardware"  Protecting the environment: Watch Jenn plant a rain garden to keep runoff and waste out of marshlands. See Scott brighten up a dim bedroom with new overhead lighting. Tom gives tips on installing cabinet hardware accurately and consistently. D
8:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Little Europe: San Marino, Monaco, Vatican City, Liechtenstein, and Andorra"  Don't blink as Rick blitzes through Europe's tiniest countries. Vatican City, the world's smallest country, comes with the planet's biggest church. He also visits the fairytale princedom of Monaco, Italy's last independent hill town of San Marino, castle-guarded principality of Liechtenstein, and tiny Andorra.G
9:00 pm 
Travel with Kids  "Fiji Castaway Island"  Get ready to go Tom Hanks style in this island paradise. Explore the actual Castaway island where the movie was filmed and is still uninhabited. Learn to cook island style from local chefs learning the tricks that ancient Fijians used to cook. D
9:30 pm 
Martha Bakes  "French Meringue"  Make three show-stopping fantastic meringue-based desserts: individual pavlovas with a brightly colored orange curd filling, a stunning chocolate dacquoise cake layered with chocolate ganache and coffee buttercream, and a light-as-air tinted-pink angel food cake. D
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Pork Kebabs and Steaks Hit The Grill"  Test cook Dan Souza shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate charcoal-grilled steaks at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews steak knives in the Equipment Corner. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus uncovers the best jar spatulas and jar openers. D
10:30 pm 
Chef's Life  "All Sunchoked Up"  Flo and Theo's pre-school class visit the restaurant for a meal where table manners are the focus, but exceptionally slow service makes everyone antsy, especially Ben. When her sunchoke recipe doesn't make the grade, Vivian enlists guidance from an old friend. D
11:00 pm 
Hubert Keller: Secrets of a Chef  "Black-Tie Dining"  Chef Keller has the perfect menu for an upscale dinner party. He starts with seared scallops served on a luscious slice of pork belly surrounded by beluga lentils. The main course is roast Cornish game hen with a stuffing of Swiss chard and pine nuts. D
11:30 pm 
Burt Wolf: Travels & Traditions  "Women @ Work"  Burt's mother was one of the first women executives at Macy's Department store. During the past few years, as Burt traveled around the world he began to see how things had changed for women in business and how some things had not changed. In this program he visits with leading authorities on the history of women at work. D
5:00 am 
5:30 am 
Open Mind  "Rescuing The Middle Class Republic"  Guest: Ganesh Sitaraman. Ganesh Sitaraman talks about his new book "The Crisis of the Middle Class Constitution: Why Economic Inequality Threatens Our Republic.". D
6:00 am 
Focus On Europe  "Scotland: Fears of Losing Eu Workforce"  After Macron's presidential election win "En Marche" activists plan to take control of parliament. Controversy about one of Tenerife's top attractions, the killer whale show. D
6:30 am 
Global 3000  "Working In Paradise: Bali's Digital Nomads"  Refugees risk their lives fleeing to Europe. A "humanitarian corridor" is providing a safe, legal means for migrants to reach Italy. Digital nomads are leaving their homelands voluntarily, bringing their work to places where others go on vacation. D
7:00 am 
America ReFramed  "Breathin': The Eddie Zheng Story"  Arrested at 16 and tried as an adult for kidnapping and robbery, Eddy Zheng served over 20 years in California prisons and jails. Ben Wang's BREATHIN': THE EDDY ZHENG STORY paints an intimate portrait of Eddy-the prisoner, the immigrant, the son, the activist-on his journey to freedom, rehabilitation and redemption. D
8:00 am 
Of Race and Reconciliation   Of Race and Reconciliation chronicles the Chinese experience in America around the year 1885. That was the year the Chinese residents of Tacoma were forcefully expelled from the city against the backdrop of increasingly alarming and even violent tensions between American citizens caught in an economic downturn and Chinese immigrants seeking opportunity in "Gum San," or the Land of the Golden Mountains they had heard about in America. Of Race and Reconciliation producer Forrest Burger traveled through six states to take an unflinching look at this period in time, but also document how the tensions between American citizens and immigrant populations provide relevant lessons in today's political climate, and in Tacoma's case, how far efforts toward reconciliation have come. D
9:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "On The Henry's Fork"  Outsmarting the river's trophy trout is an obsession for some folks while others, like outfitter Bill Schiess, seek the secrets of nearby Henry's Lake. Love of the waterway has prompted traditional opponents to find new ways to manage the watershed.G
9:30 am 
Dialogue  "Author Phil Klay"  On this edition of Dialogue, host Marcia Franklin interviews Phil Klay, an author and veteran of the war in Iraq. Klay's first work, Redeployment, won the National Book Award for Fiction in 2014. The 12 short stories in Redeployment draw on Klay's experiences as a U.S. Marine Corps Public Affairs Officer in the Anbar province of Iraq from 2007 to 2008.G
10:00 am 
MN Original   Peter Haakon Thompson engages audiences outside of the traditional gallery setting through participation, interaction and conversation. Keren Kroul's large-scale watercolors are inspired by her memories growing up in Mexico, Israel and Costa Rica. Urban planner Weiming Lu integrates technology in his traditional Chinese calligraphy. D
10:30 am 
The Forgotten Coast   Following in the footsteps of a wandering Florida black bear, three friends leave civilization and enter a lost American wilderness on a rugged thousand-mile journey by foot, paddle, and bike. Traversing Florida's vast and seldom seen "Forgotten Coast," the expedition encounters stunning and rare wildlife including black bears, manatees, alligators, ancient river fish, and endangered woodpeckers - all living within a fragile wildlife corridor stretching from the Everglades to the Florida-Alabama border. The Suncoast Emmy-Award winning documentary was also awarded the Exploration and Adventure award at the 2016 BLUE Ocean Film Festival. D
11:30 am 
Start Up  "Andy Warhowl's Kitchen!"  Gary and the crew travel to Washington, DC to meet with Ethel, who started "Doggie Washerette," a self-service dog wash that aims to meet the convenience needs of urban pet owners. Then, they make their way to Chicago to visit with Nick, who began "Real Kitchen," a gourmet carry-out restaurant that prepares home-style meals with high-quality ingredients. And last, they head over to Cleveland to talk to Jason, who started "Cleveland Art," a workshop that repurposes industrial pieces into custom furniture feature cutting-edge designs. D
12:00 pm 
12:30 pm 
Washington Week   NULL
1:00 pm 
American Forum  "Where Does U.S. Relationship with Mexico Go Now?"  Historian GERALDO CADAVA on our biggest neighbor and a difficult new America for immigrants. D
1:30 pm 
Open Mind  "Rescuing The Middle Class Republic"  Guest: Ganesh Sitaraman. Ganesh Sitaraman talks about his new book "The Crisis of the Middle Class Constitution: Why Economic Inequality Threatens Our Republic.". D
2:00 pm 
Focus On Europe  "Scotland: Fears of Losing Eu Workforce"  After Macron's presidential election win "En Marche" activists plan to take control of parliament. Controversy about one of Tenerife's top attractions, the killer whale show. D
2:30 pm 
Global 3000  "Working In Paradise: Bali's Digital Nomads"  Refugees risk their lives fleeing to Europe. A "humanitarian corridor" is providing a safe, legal means for migrants to reach Italy. Digital nomads are leaving their homelands voluntarily, bringing their work to places where others go on vacation. D
3:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "Breathin': The Eddie Zheng Story"  Arrested at 16 and tried as an adult for kidnapping and robbery, Eddy Zheng served over 20 years in California prisons and jails. Ben Wang's BREATHIN': THE EDDY ZHENG STORY paints an intimate portrait of Eddy-the prisoner, the immigrant, the son, the activist-on his journey to freedom, rehabilitation and redemption. D
4:00 pm 
Of Race and Reconciliation   Of Race and Reconciliation chronicles the Chinese experience in America around the year 1885. That was the year the Chinese residents of Tacoma were forcefully expelled from the city against the backdrop of increasingly alarming and even violent tensions between American citizens caught in an economic downturn and Chinese immigrants seeking opportunity in "Gum San," or the Land of the Golden Mountains they had heard about in America. Of Race and Reconciliation producer Forrest Burger traveled through six states to take an unflinching look at this period in time, but also document how the tensions between American citizens and immigrant populations provide relevant lessons in today's political climate, and in Tacoma's case, how far efforts toward reconciliation have come. D
5:00 pm 
Canine Soldiers: The Militarization of Love   Canine Soldiers explores the intimate bond between Military Working Dogs and their handlers-combat soldiers who make life-and-death decisions based on the instincts and behavior of the dogs who lead their patrols. In wars where the rules of engagement have shifted from traditional combat to the unforeseen and the invisible, these highly trained dogs are saving soldiers' lives and giving them comfort, hope and protection. D
6:00 pm 
Idaho Reports   The Idaho Reports crew provides reporting and analysis of Idaho issues around the state and in Congress.G
6:30 pm 
Four-Four-Two, F Company at War   The 442nd Regimental Combat Team was an infantry regiment in the United States Army comprised of Americans of Japanese ancestry. The 442nd fought in Italy and France during World War II against the German Army of Hitler's Third Reich. It earned a reputation for being a crack infantry unit and the regiment and its men received considerable battle honors and individual medals of valor. This film follows the exploits of "F" Company through the letters of 1st Sergeant Jack Wakamatsu and interviews of five "F" Company veterans who recall in vivid detail their experiences from witnessing the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to the Banzai charge on a hill in France where "F" Company wiped out a German company.G
7:00 pm 
Victorian Slum House  "The 1890s"  Enter the 1890s, when mass manufacturing and social reform offer a bit of hope for some of the residents, while others are plagued by a water shortage that dashes hopes for a promising laundry business. D
8:00 pm 
Doolittle's Raiders: A Final Toast   The bottle of 1896 Hennessy Cognac was uncorked in front of hundreds of people. The surviving World War II veterans from one of history's greatest military missions were about to raise their silver goblets one last time ending a decades long tradition. It was time for the veterans to hold this final toast. D
9:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "On The Henry's Fork"  Outsmarting the river's trophy trout is an obsession for some folks while others, like outfitter Bill Schiess, seek the secrets of nearby Henry's Lake. Love of the waterway has prompted traditional opponents to find new ways to manage the watershed.G
9:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Author Phil Klay"  On this edition of Dialogue, host Marcia Franklin interviews Phil Klay, an author and veteran of the war in Iraq. Klay's first work, Redeployment, won the National Book Award for Fiction in 2014. The 12 short stories in Redeployment draw on Klay's experiences as a U.S. Marine Corps Public Affairs Officer in the Anbar province of Iraq from 2007 to 2008.G
10:00 pm 
Nature  "The Gathering Swarms"  This program looks at some of the most extraordinary swarms on the planet, including a view from inside a locust swarm, mayflies along the Mississippi River, 17-year cicadas, and brine fly hatches over Lake Victoria.G
11:00 pm 
Victorian Slum House  "The 1890s"  Enter the 1890s, when mass manufacturing and social reform offer a bit of hope for some of the residents, while others are plagued by a water shortage that dashes hopes for a promising laundry business. D

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