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August 3, 2008
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5:30 am 
Jay Jay The Jet Plane  "The Mystery of Plants/The New Plane"  The Mystery of Plants: Jay Jay and Lina discover what it takes for tiny seeds to grow into large plants.and how some plants can lead to very tasty foods! The New Plane: Brenda Blue helps Jay Jay realize that one's friends don't stop loving each other just because there is a new plane at the hangar. D
6:00 am 
Mama Mirabelle's Home Movies  "Hide-And-Seek/Tell Me About It"  Hide-and-Seek - While playing a game of hide-and-seek, Karla discovers that she's too easy to find (those darn stripes!). Mama exposes the kids to the wonderful world of animal camouflage. Tell Me About It - Max discovers his "danger call" (trumpeting with his trunk), and is so excited that he "cries wolf" a few too many times. D
6:30 am 
Peep and the Big Wide World  "The Windy Day/Peep Feet"  The Windy Day - A windy day makes Chirp long to fly, but when she accidentally gets aloft, she discovers it isn't as easy as it looks. The wind can blow bubbles for you! The kids discover that the wind can power their fun. "Try to see what you can do on a windy day. D
7:00 am 
Plaza Sesamo   This episode is dedicated to the letter "N" and the number 40. In one more segment of the preparation for Copa Sesamo, special guest Jorge Campos teaches Abelardo about the importance of cooperation in a teamwork environment. In a very dynamic segment with Kermit the Frog and Grover, we'll learn about the concepts of up and down. D
7:30 am 
George Shrinks  "Return of the Space Invaders"  The Space Invaders are back! And this time Aunt Eunice is part of the Adventure. Manny the Space Alien's spacecraft has crashed, and George and Aunt Eunice must try and fix it before the meteor shower makes it impossible for Manny to fly.G
8:00 am 
Bob the Builder  "Adventures in the Valley"  Mr. Bentley is organizing a special parade to announce Sunflower Valley's very first mayor! Bob and the machines are putting up lights and building a special podium for the big announcement. When sneaky Spud takes a look at the gold envelope containing the new mayor's name, Mr. Bentley wonders if it could be him. D
8:30 am 
Franny's Feet  "Double Trouble/Bedtime for Bears"  A) Franny travels to Chinatown, where she meets May and Wei, twins who are preparing for the Chinese New Year dragon parade. Franny helps the girls create costumes using items found in the twins' family restaurant. In Franny's Treasures, the audience helps Franny and Bobby uncover clues from fortune cookies that introduce viewers to Chinese traditions. D
9:00 am 
Thomas & Friends  "New Friends"  A famous storyteller comes to the island to open a new library. It's Thomas' job to show the storyteller the sights of Sodor so she can write a special story for the children. Thomas tries to take the Storyteller to the docks but he finds James in trouble and has to help his friend. D
9:30 am 
Animalia  "What's The Good Word?"  Tyrannicus starts his own nation of Tyrannia and teams up with the Creeper to declare war on Animalia.G
10:00 am 
Saddle Club  "Foster Horse Pt. 1"  Lisa and Red take on the rehabilitation of a difficult foster horse named Storm. Stevie and Carole discover Pine Hollow is having money problems and try to help. Part 1 of 3G
10:30 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack   How are some of Wall Street's best money managers coping with one of the most challenging investment climates in decades? We'll hear from Diane Jaffe, portfolio manager of the TCW Dividend Focused Fund, and Colin Glinsman, Chief Investment Officer of Oppenheimer Capital. Plus global financial consultant, economist and think tank scholar Adam Lerrick will tackle the financial crisis on this week's WealthTrack. Guests: Colin Glinsman, Chief Investment Officer, Oppenheimer Capital; Diane Jaffee, Portfolio Manager, TCW Dividend Focused Fund; Adam Lerrick, Professor of Economics, Carnegie Mellon University, Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. D
11:00 am 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   Obama and the Women's Vote: The Obama campaign tries to make inroads with Independent and moderate Republican women voters. AIDS In America: AIDS awareness advocates say the US government needs to do more lower the rate of AIDS among African American women. Don't Ask, Don't Tell: Rep. D
11:30 am 
McLaughlin Group   Eleanor Clift, Newsweek, Rich Lowry, National Review. Clarence Page, Chicago Tribune, Monica Crowley, Syndicated Radio Commentator. D
12:00 pm 
Donna Dewberry Show  "Serene Scene"  Donna shows how to paint irises onto a black wooden room screen, and then accents it with stencils. She uses decorative stitches for crazy quilt placemats.G
12:30 pm 
America Sews with Sue Hausmann  "Banner Valances"  Guest Pam Damour provides tips and techniques for various banner or flag pieces, finished with micro welt cording and stapled to wood for installation.G
1:00 pm 
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting  "A Visit to Colonial Williamsburg"  Guest host Jodie Davis goes behind the scenes at Colonial Williamsburg to see how historic artifacts inspire new fabrics.G
1:30 pm 
Hometime  "Town Home: Flooring and Countertops"  Dean, Miriam and the team put walnut on the floors, limestone on the fireplace and quartz on the kitchen counter.G
2:00 pm 
The New Yankee Workshop  "Dominy Clock"  Norm uses poplar to build a tall case for his replica clock and paints the case to resemble the original built by a New York colonial family.G
2:30 pm 
This Old House  "New Orleans Project, Part 2"  In New Orleans, homeowner Rashida Ferdinand goes over plans with her architect that call for an addition on her shotgun single to include a master suite and new family room. The builder shows Norm Abram how the house was originally constructed from dismantled bargeboards from vessels traveling the nearby Mississippi River. A mold expert arrives.G
3:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Water Softening System/Fiber-Cement Shingles"  Richard Trethewey helps a pair of homeowners in Phoenix, Arizona, install a new water softening system. Tom Silva shows how to install fiber-cement shingles on a backyard shed.G
3:30 pm 
The Victory Garden   Correspondent Adrian Bloom takes a guided tour of The Cellars, a 17th-century plantation and vineyard. Owner Liz McGrath shows him her garden rooms, plus a putting green.G
4:00 pm 
Cultivating Life  "Moss"  Host Sean Conway and guests include a plan in each episode for spending more time in the backyard in this new series that explores American reconnection to the land. The opening episode concentrates on different varieties of moss.G
4:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Dalai Lama In Idaho"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with guests about the visit the Dali Lama made to Idaho in 2005G
5:00 pm 
Monarch of the Glen   Former racing driver and black sheep of the family Donald MacDonald (Tom Baker, Doctor Who) is forced to return home by the police, who place him under the supervision of his estranged family. Lexie, trying to forget her confusion about the future, throws herself into organizing Molly's 60th birthday party. Isobel faces financial ruin when Paul cancels her contract.G
6:00 pm 
NOVA  "Car of the Future"  Tom and Ray Magliozzi (NPR's "Car Talk") lead the way on a roller-coaster ride into the world of cars - examining new technologies and ideas. They look at whether hydrogen fuel cell, biodiesel or ethanol technologies are future fuels or useful intermediate steps. This light-hearted but knowledgeable look at a serious issue also includes a trend-setting all-electric sports car.G
7:00 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
7:30 pm 
Oregon Experience  "Lola Baldwin"  The nation's first policewoman begins work in Portland, Oregon, April 1, 1908. For 14 years she leads a crusade against urban vice and corruption and champions the moral and physical welfare of families and single, working women.G
8:00 pm 
Nature  "Horse and Rider"  The bond between human and horse is examined in three different arenas: cutting (separating a cow from the herd), dressage (using minute body movements to guide horses through complex maneuvers) and the sport of polo.G
9:00 pm 
Railway Children   Three resourceful children save the day when the family is thrown into distress by the mysterious disappearance of their father. The nearby rail line with its elegant steam trains becomes their lifeline. Jenny Agutter, Michael Kitcheri and Richard Attenborough star.G
11:00 pm 
Kingdom   Beatrice returns, cradling her new baby girl, Petra. When Simon's trial is called he needs Peter's advice but Peter's mind is elsewhere.G
5:30 am 
Everyday Food  "From The Pantry to the Plate"  Allie shows how to prepare spaghetti carbonara. Lucinda transforms canned pineapple and two other ingredients into refreshing pineapple pops.G
6:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe  "French Riviera: Uniquely Chic"  Long a favorite of Europe's elite, the coastline still sparkles with yachts. Rick follows in the footsteps of the 19th century aristocrats along Monaco's harbor and Nice's promenade des Anglais. Then he visits picturesque artist hangouts of Chagall, Matisse and Picasso.G
6:30 am 
Travelscope  "Taiwan - City and Culture"  Travelscope searches for the heart and soul of Taiwan among the attractions of its capital, Taipei, and through his experiences with the country's remaining ethnic minority people. D
7:00 am 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Mysterious Gardens"  Smith offers ideas for adding mystery to a garden with winding paths, moss-covered stones and interesting plant choices.G
7:30 am 
Ask This Old House  "Water Softening System/Fiber-Cement Shingles"  Richard Trethewey helps a pair of homeowners in Phoenix, Arizona, install a new water softening system. Tom Silva shows how to install fiber-cement shingles on a backyard shed.G
8:00 am 
For Your Home  "Welcome to My Home"  Make your foyer friendly with faux finished walls by Bob Nulf, update your stair railings with metal ballast rates, get tips on how to hang art for two-story areas and install stunning stained glass windows. D
8:30 am 
Cultivating Life  "Fire"  From building a firepit, planting a flame-colored flower border and firing raku pottery to selecting a barbecue and grilling the perfect steak, this episode tackles an elemental subject.G
9:00 am 
Beads, Baubles and Jewels  "Pendants"  Linda Peterson is our first designer with techniques for making a clay pendant. Then it's our weekly beading lesson with Katie Hacker - how about trying a seed bead tassel - perfect for a pendant. Next Louise McClure joins us to make a unique pendant. D
9:30 am 
Scheewe Art Workshop  "Flower Cart"  NULL
10:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Beer Can Chicken"  Kitchen experts break out of the grilled-chicken routine with recipes for moist and tender beer-can chicken served with pesto pasta salad.G
10:30 am 
Lidia's Italy  "Stack Those Cannoli"  Lidia learns about aperitivo in Italy. In the kitchen, she cooks up fettuccine and swordfish and a cannoli napoleon.G
11:00 am 
Reactions In Chemistry  "Workshop 1. Atoms and Molecules"  This program deals with teaching the very first steps of chemistry. It introduces the basic building blocks — the atoms — which, through their properties, periodicity and binding, form molecules. The program offers different ways to represent these basic concepts by creating useful models in the minds of new chemistry students. D
12:01 pm 
Teaching Reading 3-5 Workshop  "Workshop 5. New Literacies of the Internet"  NULL
12:29 pm 
Teaching Reading 3-5 Workshop  "Workshop 6. Teaching English Language Learners"  NULL
1:01 pm 
Social Studies In Action: A Teaching Practices Library, K-12  "Introduction to the Video Library"  This program presents the purpose of the Social Studies in Action video library. It introduces all the components of the library, explains the goals of NCSS, and presents examples of classroom lessons throughout the library. This program also addresses a variety of ways in which the library can be used for enhancing the curriculum, teacher reflection, and best practices for teaching. D
1:30 pm 
Social Studies In Action: A Teaching Practices Library, K-12  "Creating Effective Citizens"  This program explores how social studies teachers in any grade level can help their students develop the democratic values that will make them effective and responsible citizens. Teachers are shown helping students see their community in a broader sense and inspiring them to think about ways they can make a difference. The classroom lessons emphasize how civic processes work, how to discuss issues from multiple perspectives, and how teachers can inspire their students to take social action. D
2:01 pm 
Constitution, The: That Delicate Balance  "National Security and Freedom of the Press"  What right does the public have to know about national security issues? Former CIA director andnsecretary of defense James Schlesinger, former attorney general Griffin Bell, and others debatenthe issue.n. D
3:01 pm 
Democracy In America  "Modern Presidency: Tools of Power"  This program shows that the American Presidency has been transformed since the 1930s. Today, presidents are overtly active in the legislative process: they use the media to appeal directly to the people and they exercise leadership over an "institutional presidency" with thousands of aides. D
3:30 pm 
Democracy In America  "Bureaucracy: A Controversial Necessity"  This program reveals how the American bureaucracy delivers significant services directly to the people, how it has expanded in response to citizen demands for increased government services, and how bureaucrats sometimes face contradictory expectations that are difficult to satisfy. D
4:01 pm 
Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition  "Mind Awake and Asleep"  Our varying levels of consciousness empower us to interpret, analyze, and direct our behavior in flexible ways. The nature of sleeping, dreaming, and altered states of consciousness are explored in this program. With Dr. Ernest Hartman, formerly of Tufts University, and Dr. Robert McCarley of Harvard Medical School. D
4:29 pm 
Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition  "Mind Hidden and Divided"  This program shows how experiences that take place below the level of consciousness alter our moods, bias our actions, and affect our health. D
5:00 pm 
Made In Spain  "A Cultural and Culinary Capital"  Andr�s cooks a quick tapa of fried eggs and Spanish chorizo sausage before showing viewers the artistic and food culture of the Spanish capital.G
5:30 pm 
Everyday Food  "From The Pantry to the Plate"  Allie shows how to prepare spaghetti carbonara. Lucinda transforms canned pineapple and two other ingredients into refreshing pineapple pops.G
6:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "French Riviera: Uniquely Chic"  Long a favorite of Europe's elite, the coastline still sparkles with yachts. Rick follows in the footsteps of the 19th century aristocrats along Monaco's harbor and Nice's promenade des Anglais. Then he visits picturesque artist hangouts of Chagall, Matisse and Picasso.G
6:30 pm 
Travelscope  "Taiwan - City and Culture"  Travelscope searches for the heart and soul of Taiwan among the attractions of its capital, Taipei, and through his experiences with the country's remaining ethnic minority people. D
7:00 pm 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Mysterious Gardens"  Smith offers ideas for adding mystery to a garden with winding paths, moss-covered stones and interesting plant choices.G
7:30 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Water Softening System/Fiber-Cement Shingles"  Richard Trethewey helps a pair of homeowners in Phoenix, Arizona, install a new water softening system. Tom Silva shows how to install fiber-cement shingles on a backyard shed.G
8:00 pm 
For Your Home  "Welcome to My Home"  Make your foyer friendly with faux finished walls by Bob Nulf, update your stair railings with metal ballast rates, get tips on how to hang art for two-story areas and install stunning stained glass windows. D
8:30 pm 
Cultivating Life  "Fire"  From building a firepit, planting a flame-colored flower border and firing raku pottery to selecting a barbecue and grilling the perfect steak, this episode tackles an elemental subject.G
9:00 pm 
Beads, Baubles and Jewels  "Pendants"  Linda Peterson is our first designer with techniques for making a clay pendant. Then it's our weekly beading lesson with Katie Hacker - how about trying a seed bead tassel - perfect for a pendant. Next Louise McClure joins us to make a unique pendant. D
9:30 pm 
Scheewe Art Workshop  "Flower Cart"  NULL
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Beer Can Chicken"  Kitchen experts break out of the grilled-chicken routine with recipes for moist and tender beer-can chicken served with pesto pasta salad.G
10:30 pm 
Lidia's Italy  "Stack Those Cannoli"  Lidia learns about aperitivo in Italy. In the kitchen, she cooks up fettuccine and swordfish and a cannoli napoleon.G
11:00 pm 
Reactions In Chemistry  "Workshop 1. Atoms and Molecules"  This program deals with teaching the very first steps of chemistry. It introduces the basic building blocks — the atoms — which, through their properties, periodicity and binding, form molecules. The program offers different ways to represent these basic concepts by creating useful models in the minds of new chemistry students. D
5:30 am 
La Plaza - Maria Hinojosa: One-On-One  "Ray Suarez"  His 30 years of journalism experience include eight years as the Washington-based Senior Correspondent for PBS's The NewsHour and six years as host of National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation. Suarez has also contributed to the New York Times and the Washington Post and is the author of The Holy Vote and The Old Neighborhood: What We Lost in the Great Suburban Migration. In this interview with Maria Hinojosa, Suarez reflects on his life and career, the relationship between religion and politics in America, and the current state of American journalism. D
6:00 am 
Nature  "Oceans In Glass: Behind The Scenes of the Monterey Bay Aquarium"  Peter Coyote narrates this trip behind the glass to reveal the secrets of how the professionals keep the show running. Some of the features include a kelp forest, a "jelly farm" and a pipe-cleaning "pig."G
7:00 am 
History Detectives  "Wwii Diary/Annie Oakley Coin/1856 Mormon Tale"  Does this diary hold the key to understanding the fate of a missing bomber pilot from World War II? Was this coin a target for one of the Wild West's most popular female sharpshooters? Is this tattered book a true account of female slavery in the old West?G
8:00 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
8:30 am 
Dialogue  "Dalai Lama In Idaho"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with guests about the visit the Dali Lama made to Idaho in 2005G
9:00 am 
P.O.V.  "Campaign"  The film offers an insider's view of Japanese electoral politics, presenting a portrait of a man plucked from obscurity to run for a critical seat on a suburban city council.G
10:00 am 
Presidential Conversations on the Constitution  "President Gerald Ford"  Former Presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush discuss the historic events that defined their terms in office. Americans see and hear former presidents speaking candidly about how the Constitution affects presidential power. They also talk about their successes and failures, as well as family life, including the role of the first lady.G
11:00 am 
Latin View  "Immigration Raid Analysis"  Immigration is a complex, national issue that's igniting emotions and fueling heated debate. This discussion analyzes the 2006 ICE raids of Swift meat packing plants in six states and how those raids have affected the immigration issue. The panel includes experts from grass roots, legal and academic organizations. D
11:30 am 
La Plaza - Maria Hinojosa: One-On-One  "Ray Suarez"  His 30 years of journalism experience include eight years as the Washington-based Senior Correspondent for PBS's The NewsHour and six years as host of National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation. Suarez has also contributed to the New York Times and the Washington Post and is the author of The Holy Vote and The Old Neighborhood: What We Lost in the Great Suburban Migration. In this interview with Maria Hinojosa, Suarez reflects on his life and career, the relationship between religion and politics in America, and the current state of American journalism. D
12:00 pm 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack   How are some of Wall Street's best money managers coping with one of the most challenging investment climates in decades? We'll hear from Diane Jaffe, portfolio manager of the TCW Dividend Focused Fund, and Colin Glinsman, Chief Investment Officer of Oppenheimer Capital. Plus global financial consultant, economist and think tank scholar Adam Lerrick will tackle the financial crisis on this week's WealthTrack. Guests: Colin Glinsman, Chief Investment Officer, Oppenheimer Capital; Diane Jaffee, Portfolio Manager, TCW Dividend Focused Fund; Adam Lerrick, Professor of Economics, Carnegie Mellon University, Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. D
12:30 pm 
1:00 pm 
Nature  "Oceans In Glass: Behind The Scenes of the Monterey Bay Aquarium"  Peter Coyote narrates this trip behind the glass to reveal the secrets of how the professionals keep the show running. Some of the features include a kelp forest, a "jelly farm" and a pipe-cleaning "pig."G
2:00 pm 
History Detectives  "Wwii Diary/Annie Oakley Coin/1856 Mormon Tale"  Does this diary hold the key to understanding the fate of a missing bomber pilot from World War II? Was this coin a target for one of the Wild West's most popular female sharpshooters? Is this tattered book a true account of female slavery in the old West?G
3:00 pm 
History Detectives  "Red Hand Flag/Seth Eastman Painting/Isleton Tong"  Is this peculiar flag one that African-American soldiers marched under in the war to end all wars? Is this painting an original depiction of Native American life from one of the premiere painters of the American West? Was this building a safe haven for persecuted immigrants, or a hub for organized crime?G
4:00 pm 
Churchill  "The Lion's Roar"  Winston Churchill rises to meet history in 1939 to lead Britain as Prime Minister throughout World War II. Part 2 of 3G
5:00 pm 
NOW on PBS   On Tuesday, Alaska Senator Ted Stevens was indicted for failing to disclose gifts he received from VECO Corporation, an Alaska-based oil services company. But his indictment is only the latest news - and perhaps the tip of the iceberg - in an ongoing political scandal that's rocking the state. NOW goes behind the breaking headlines to shine a bright light on the scandalous connection between VECO and Alaska's old-boy political network. D
5:30 pm 
McLaughlin Group   Eleanor Clift, Newsweek, Rich Lowry, National Review. Clarence Page, Chicago Tribune, Monica Crowley, Syndicated Radio Commentator. D
6:00 pm 
Bill Moyers Journal  "Abramoff Lobbying Scandal"  With former lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who is already serving five and a half years, expected to be sentenced on other charges next month, Bill Moyers takes viewers back to the scene of the crime in this update of "Capitol Crimes," an acclaimed documentary investigating the Abramoff lobbying scandal. D
7:00 pm 
Global Voices  "Greener Grass: Cuba, Baseball and the United States"  Since 1866, Cubans have lovingly played baseball, a game that represented independence and modernity. Both Cuba and the U.S. embraced the game, but in distinct ways. D
8:00 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
8:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Dalai Lama In Idaho"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with guests about the visit the Dali Lama made to Idaho in 2005G
9:00 pm 
NOW on PBS   On Tuesday, Alaska Senator Ted Stevens was indicted for failing to disclose gifts he received from VECO Corporation, an Alaska-based oil services company. But his indictment is only the latest news - and perhaps the tip of the iceberg - in an ongoing political scandal that's rocking the state. NOW goes behind the breaking headlines to shine a bright light on the scandalous connection between VECO and Alaska's old-boy political network. D
9:30 pm 
McLaughlin Group   Eleanor Clift, Newsweek, Rich Lowry, National Review. Clarence Page, Chicago Tribune, Monica Crowley, Syndicated Radio Commentator. D
10:00 pm 
Bill Moyers Journal  "Abramoff Lobbying Scandal"  With former lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who is already serving five and a half years, expected to be sentenced on other charges next month, Bill Moyers takes viewers back to the scene of the crime in this update of "Capitol Crimes," an acclaimed documentary investigating the Abramoff lobbying scandal. D
11:00 pm 
Global Voices  "Greener Grass: Cuba, Baseball and the United States"  Since 1866, Cubans have lovingly played baseball, a game that represented independence and modernity. Both Cuba and the U.S. embraced the game, but in distinct ways. D

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