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1:00 am 
Carrier  "All Hands/Controlled Chaos"  This 10-part series filmed aboard the USS Nimitz begins as the aircraft carrier pulls out of Coronado, California, and sets a course for Hawaii and beyond. Among the 5,000 Naval personnel and Marines aboard the giant ship, cameras focus on a core group that includes two airmen, a pilot, a sailor and a cook. The men and women live beneath the runway of a major airport. They sleep on the roof of a nuclear power plant. Their only bulwark against danger and chaos is to bond with their units on board the ship. Parts 1 and 2 of 10G

3:00 am 
Unfinished Nation  "Worlds Apart"  Changes in social order in first half of the nineteenth century. The wealthy class as an derivative of industrial success; contrast with the very poor. Emergence of the middle class. Concept of a leisure wife and the cult of domesticity. Portrait of life on the farm in the North in comparison with life on the Southern plantation.G

3:30 am 
Unfinished Nation  "Master and Slave"  Southern life and the differences in class and culture that arose. Plantations not all pillared mansions with hundreds of slaves. Life of poor white families. The slave family in agricultural and city settings. The contrast in living conditions; the harshness of slave laws. The rich culture built by slaves: religion, family, music and art.G

4:00 am 
Unfinished Nation  "The Collapse of Peace"  The aftermath of World War II and the origins of the Cold War. Soviet-American tensions during WWI and Yalta Conference. Truman succeeds Roosevelt as president. Failure of Potsdam and China problems. The Containment Doctrine; the Marshall Plan. Mobilization at home and creation of NATO. American society and politics after the War.G

4:30 am 
Unfinished Nation  "Fallout"  Election of 1948. Fair Deal revised. The Korean War. The crusade against subversion: Alger Hiss, the Rosenberg Case, McCarthyism.G

5:00 am 
Inside Out  "Stressed to the Limit"  If a stressful day can make us sick, how does stress get under the skin? This lesson seeks answers, exploring various topics of health psychology, including the fight-or-flight response, lymphocytes, cytokines, heart disease, and the psychosocial lure of cigarette smoking. Cancer survivor, Cindy Lauren and her support group are a window for discussion of important issues such as control, social support, resilience, and the search for meaning. D

5:30 am 
Inside Out  "The Enduring Self"  The classroom avenger on a deadly rampage, couples who discover their incompatibility after marriage, recruiters seeking applicants with a rare combination of traits - all reflect the range of issues that fall within the scope of personality. This episode looks briefly at personality from traditional perspectives before focusing on contemporary research: the big five personality traits, personality inventories, and Albert Bandura's social-cognitive perspective. The program continues to probe the dimensions of just who we are by looking at studies of the self and self esteem with Hazel Markus, Claude Steele, and other prominent psychologists. D

6:00 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   New Calvinism - In many Southern Baptist churches there is a revival of interest in Calvinism, the strict theology of the 16th century reformer John Calvin, whose beliefs had great influence on colonial America. Gradually, since then, Calvinism's emphasis on sin and pre-destination gave way to other beliefs, but now, as Bob Faw reports, Calvinism's absolute certainty is attracting new followers, especially among young people. Biblical Epics - 2014 has been called Hollywood's year of Biblical epics. D

6:30 am 
Visionaries, The  "Jewish Homes Foundation"  It seems like the really tough stuff never has an easy answer. Magic bullets can't cure cancer. And, at least for now, the scourge of Alzheimer's disease can't be addressed with a pill or a treatment. D

7:00 am 
Second Opinion  "Concussion"  Patient Story: Concussion alters the way the brain functions and can cause ongoing problems. In this episode, Monica Cooke shares her story of making the tough decision to give up the game she loved because of multiple hits to the head. Myth or Medicine: Does a normal brain scan rule out concussion? Second Opinion 5: Five signs that you need to go right to the Emergency Room after hitting your head. D

7:30 am 
Lidia's Kitchen  "Michelangelo's Favorite Pasta"  Lidia whips up Mafalde Florentine Style - just like il Divino would have ordered it. She also cooks up savory Loin Lamb Chops in a Red Wine Sauce. For dessert - a rustic classic. D

8:00 am 
Baking Made Easy  "Stuffed Brownies and Buzzed Blondies"  Brownie lovers will adore these 3 tantalizing brownie recipes. Midnight brownies with a Peanut Butter Pocket, Buzzed Blondies or Chocolate Cream Cheese Brownies. D

8:30 am 
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea  "Company's Coming"  Expecting a house-full? Have no fear with the easy, delicious and HEALTHY Recipes: Slow Cooked Moroccan Chicken Tangine with Butternut Squash or Sweet Potatoes and Farro with Mint and Parsley. A grab-n-go packed with flavor and nutrition: No-Bake Peanut Butter Balls. Plus Robin's 20% Indulgent recipe: Chocolate Dipped Fruit with Sea Salt and Pistachios. D

9:00 am 
The Jazzy Vegetarian  "Sweets for the Sweet"  Host Laura Theodore prepares jazzed up versions of favorite culinary confections. "Peanut Butter Mousse Tartlets" head this line up of scrumptious sugary confections and easy "Chocolate Candy Clusters" please even the most devoted candy lover. A surprise twist on the classic "Apple Turnover" provides added sweet culinary bliss to this trio of sweet treats. D

9:30 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Pork"  There's no end to the number of impressive dishes you can make with pork. In this episode, Martha makes porchetta, highly seasoned roasted pork with soft, juicy meat and crisp, crackling skin. Next she demonstrates a centerpiece of her holiday table, glazed ham. D

10:00 am 
Pati's Mexican Table  "Brunch at the Jinich House"  Breakfast is Mexico's favorite meal, and it's also the Jinich family's favorite! It's Sunday, and Pati is up early in the kitchen as the rest of the family sleeps in. She's hard at work creating a full, three-course menu of some of her family's preferred Mexican breakfast dishes to enjoy 'round the table on a lazy morning. Recipe 1: Cafe de Olla: Spiced Sweet Mexican Coffee; Recipe 2: Mexican-Style Gravlax with Cilantro and Tequila; Recipe 3: Huevos Rancheros with Calabacitas (Zucchini); Recipe 4: Caballeros Pobres: Yucatan-Style French Toast. D

10:30 am 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Comfort Food Classics"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to perfect Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for inexpensive skillets. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer shows Chris how to make the ultimate Herb Roast Chicken. D

11:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Revisiting Julia Child's Roast Turkey"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to Julia Child's Thanksgiving Turkey and serves it with a perfect recipe for Roasted Root Vegetables. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews her favorite tools for making turkey. D

11:30 am 
Scrapbook Soup  "Paint Your Way"  Raid your art box for paint and gesso as we paint our way to fantastic layouts. Create Stencils with Jenny Barnett Rohrs, a layout from Ronda Palazzari with a technique for changing patterned paper into unique embellishments with gesso, and watercolors, and the fourth level (that's more than the third!) of dimension from Kim Hupke on a page entitled "my girl". D

12:00 pm 
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell  "A Farmer's Icon, Part 3"  On this segment of the painting, Jerry adds the middle tones and highlights. Beginning with the silos and a circular motion the dimensional form is created on the cylindrical shape of the silos. The barn is highlighted and further detail is added to create textured, old wood and with the addition of ruts in the road, even further attention is directed towards the barn. D

12:30 pm 
Aviators   Triple Tree Aerodrome: A look at one of the most meticulously maintained grass runways anywhere at what we discovered to be a pure haven for lovers of aviation and the outdoors. Aeroshell Aerobatic Team: Raeleen goes flying with these rock stars of the air show circuit. Dream flight of a lifetime: Twenty pilots attend a T33 Silverstar ground school but only one will win a chance to actually fly it. D

1:00 pm 
This Old House  "Arlington Italianate Project 2014/Brick, Trim and Tile"  Roger installs a new front walk in a running bond pattern. Tom runs a custom profile for the chair rail and both copes and miters the corners as it is installed. Interior designer Christine Tuttle makes tile selections at a local showroom. D

1:30 pm 
This Old House  "Arlington Italianate Project 2014/Soapstone, Marble, Oval Picture"  Countertop contractor Michael Parodi creates final edge detail for soapstone countertops. Tile contractor Mark Ferrante cuts down 12-inch marble tiles to make a crisp-looking wainscoting. Norm visits the oldest continuously operated mill site in America where David Graf makes an oval mirror frame for the Arlington house using 150-year-old power tools. D

2:00 pm 
American Woodshop  "Two-Drawer Tool Tray"  Clever tool tote features two built-in storage drawers. D

2:30 pm 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Federal Hall Table"  With this episode of Rough Cut, we'll bring you back to the 1700's and look at some of the federal embellishments at the Pendleton House at the Rhode Island School of Design. Back in the shop, Tommy and Eli show viewers an effortless way to really make your hall table shine with bell flowers, stringing, and other awesome embellishments. D

3:00 pm 
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3:30 pm 
America's Heartland   Discover how wooly sheep provide materials for unique art pieces. Meet a Wisconsin dairy farmer carving one of a kind figurines. Try your hand at music making with a Tennessee dulcimer maker. D

4:00 pm 
NOVA  "Wild Predator Invasion"  A growing number of scientists are documenting how the removal of top predators from the wild by humans has thrown ecosystems off-kilter, triggering domino effects that are only beginning to be understood. NOVA follows scientists who are trying a controversial solution - returning apex predators to their natural environments - and seeking to determine whether the reintroduced predators can both restore the natural balance and co-exist with humans.G

5:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "All Work and No Pay"  You've heard about the wave of protests against fast food chains like McDonald's and Burger King where employees are forced to live on next to nothing. Workers in regular, sit-down restaurants are also penalized. Back in 1991, the National Restaurant Association - often called "the other NRA" -- passed around enough campaign contributions to persuade Congress to set the Federal minimum wage for waiters, busboys, and bartenders at only $2.13 an hour. D

5:30 pm 

6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend   Each year about 42 million tax returns - nearly one-third of all filed - are prepared by tax professionals who are un-accredited and unregulated by the IRS. After a plan to regulate these tax preparers was struck down by a federal court last year, there's more regulation on hairdressers than there is on tax preparers in most of the country. Proponents of regulating these preparers say this leaves low-income taxpayers, who depend on benefits in the tax code, particularly vulnerable. D

6:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Florence: Heart of the Renaissance"  Rick explores the city that is the home of the Renaissance and birthplace of the modern world, taking in works of art and architecture before climbing the dome that kicked off the cultural movement. Part 1 of 2G

7:00 pm 
The Lawrence Welk Show  "April Showers"  The show title also names the opening song. Then Norma and Jimmy "Look For the Silver Lining." Steve Smith sings about "April Love," and Natalie Nevins issues an invitation to "Look to the Rainbow."G

8:00 pm 
Last of the Summer Wine  "According to the Prophet Bickerdyke"  Foggy feels certain the world will eventually blow up. He meets a man who is waiting for the moment.G

8:30 pm 
Keeping Up Appearances - The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket   Hyacinth suddenly decides to take Daddy out for a picnic in the country. But Daddy suddenly decides that he will take her car.G

9:00 pm 
As Time Goes By  "Rewrites"  The American producers request some spicier rewrites in Lionel's script. One of Jean's secretaries is brought in to help.G

9:30 pm 
Hebburn  "Knocking About"  Pauline is out of town, and Joe and Dot take advantage of being left home alone. Meanwhile Vicky is helping Gervaise with the photo shoot for his album cover, and Jack and Sarah get more than they bargained for from their prenatal class.G

10:00 pm 
The Red Green Show  "Viva Las Possums"  Harold stages a '50s weekend with an Elvis impersonation contest. Red makes a wood chipper out of a clothes dryer.G

10:30 pm 
My Family  "Cards on the Table"  Ben's poker school is costing him a fortune, while Susan's visit to fortuneteller Zelda Nobbs reveals that something far more deadly is in the cards.G

11:00 pm 
Doctor Who Series  "Let's Kill Hitler"  In the desperate search for Melody Pond, the TARDIS crash lands in 1930s Berlin, bringing the Doctor face to face with the greatest war criminal in the Universe - and Hitler. The Doctor must teach his adversaries that time travel has responsibilities, and in so doing, learns a harsh lesson in the cruelest warfare of all.G

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