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December 3, 2011
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4:30 pm 
Taking Control of Your Credit   Taking Control of Your Credit follows two high school students: Julian and Aaron as Julian gives Aaron a lesson in credit, specifically, the use of credit cards. They discuss the benefits of having credit and the consequences of misusing it. Beginning with the basics of tracking his expenditures and developing his own budget, Aaron learns how to keep his finances under control and live "money smart".G

5:00 pm 
Ethics In America  "Human Experiment"  Does finding a cure justify putting test subjects at risk? C. Everett Koop is joined by Dr. Arnold Relman, editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, and other distinguished panelists in a discussion of the medical research field.G

6:00 pm 
Kimchi Chronicles  "The Bean Chronicles"  The variety of bean-based dishes in Korean cuisine testifies to Korea's ingenuity and resourcefulness. In this episode, Marja travels to Chodang to see artisanal tofu made the old-fashioned way - with fresh soybeans and ocean water - and then enjoys a four-course tofu meal bound to convert any tofu nay-sayer into a fan. Marja then learns about what goes into one of her favorite Korean foods, bindaddeok, a pancake made of freshly ground mung beans. D

6:30 pm 
Kimchi Chronicles  "The Beef Chronicles"  This episode traces the history of beef by tapping into Korea's religious, political and economic evolutions. Marja and her friends, food experts Diana and Jennifer, enjoy bulgogi in Seoul. Then, Marja samples bulgogi again in Andong, the spiritual capital of Korea, at a restaurant that produces thousands of ceramic jars of deonjang, a soybean paste that flavors much of Korean cooking. D

7:00 pm 
Straight No Chaser - Songs of the Decades: Holiday Edition   The 10-man a cappella group swings into a good time with nods to such entertainers as Little Anthony, Elvis Presley and the Four Seasons in this journey through decades of the pop songbook. Straight No Chaser's trademark harmonies, wit and charm are combined with musical mashups, costuming touches, sharp choreography and unexpected pleasures. The singers, who are known to take music very seriously but not themselves, include some popular Yuletide favorites such as "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" and their trademark "The 12 Days of Christmas." The concert is filmed live during a sold-out engagement at Harrah's Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey.G

8:30 pm 
Kimchi Chronicles  "The Noodle and Dumpling Chronicles"  Like an Italian with a bowl of spaghetti or tortellini, nothing satisfies a Korean more than eating a bowl of noodles or dumplings. In Korea, slurping is not only permitted, it is considered a compliment to the cook. This episode features a restaurant in Seoul known for its nenngymyun, an unusual dish of elastic buckwheat noodles served with ice-cold beef broth. D

9:00 pm 
Kimchi Chronicles  "The Pork Chronicles"  As opposed to the lean-is-better preference in the United States, Koreans love their pork full of fat - and flavor. In this episode, Marja, her dear friend, the actress Heather Graham, and an expert food blogger named Daniel eat classic pork barbeque at Heukdonga restaurant in Seoul. They also stop by Songgane Gamjatang, where Seoul's taxi drivers convene for pork bone soup and the grand pork dish known as bo ssam. D

9:30 pm 
Kimchi Chronicles  "The Street Food Chronicles"  Much like the entire continent of Asia, street food is hugely popular in Korea and many of the most beloved dishes in the country come from street carts and stands. In this episode, Marja and Jean-Georges eat street food all over the peninsula, including silkworm larvae, hoddeok, sweet pancakes filled with peanuts and sugar, and Dragon's Beard, a candy made of stretched honey and nuts. At home, Marja makes her version of bindaddeok, her signature take on this simple pancake made of freshly ground mung beans shallow-fried until browned and crisp. D

10:00 pm 
Kimchi Chronicles  "The Kimchi Chronicles Begin"  The premiere episode introduces the basics of Korean cooking, beginning with, of course, kimchi. Jean-Georges and Marja are joined in the kitchen by their real-life neighbors, actors Hugh and Deb Jackman. Together, they prepare two iconic Korean dishes - bibimbap, beef bulgogi and barbeque that can rival Texas. D

10:30 pm 
Kimchi Chronicles  "The Rice Chronicles"  Rice, the bread and butter of the Korean table, is explored from Busan, Korea's second largest city, all the way to Seoul. Along the way, Marja and her dear friend, the actress Heather Graham, learn about instant rice, tteok (a pasta-like ingredient made of ground rice) and visit Bibigo, a new chain of contemporary restaurants serving fresh variations of bibimbap. Back in New York, Marja and Jean-Georges create their own version of bibimbap, along with sushi-like kimbap, kimchi fried rice and Jean-Georges' famous ginger fried rice. D

11:00 pm 
Kimchi Chronicles  "The Jeju Chronicles"  Jean-Georges teams up with the "Julia Child" of Jeju Island, the Hawaii of Korea and a veritable paradise. They shop for ingredients at the sprawling 5-Day Market and return to an authentic folk village where they cook over open fires. Later, Jean-Georges and Marja spend an afternoon in the green rolling hills of the Amore Pacific Tea Gardens with their daughter Chloe. D

11:30 pm 
Kimchi Chronicles  "The Seafood Chronicles"  Diving into one of the most amazing Korean traditions, Jean-Georges visits with the Haenyos of Jeju Island, who free-dive for seafood off the rocky coast. Jean-Georges feasts on fresh sea urchin, a dream breakfast for a world-renowned chef. Then, he enjoys a fortifying seafood stew at Baekrok Haegwon restaurant, a Korean-style bouillabaisse filled with clams and crab. D

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December 3, 2011
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NOTE: When the Idaho Legislature is in session, programming on the Learn/Create and World channels may be pre-empted for live coverage from the House and Senate floors.
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