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August 5, 2012
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Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps  "Angelina and the Big News/Angelina's Secret Valentine"  Angelina and the Big News - Angelina, Vici, and Marco mistakenly think Ms. Mimi is getting married. They go to great lengths to make her wedding day special - and learn about wedding marches and organ music in the process. In the end, they realize they made a big mistake. D
9:00 am 
Bob the Builder  "Compromise & Competition"  Scrambler's Best Idea - The machines wonder whose idea will win the school playtime build competition. Scrambler is sure his tree house idea is the best! When the winner is announced, Roley's Timber Trail, Scrambler can't believe it! He decides to build his tree house on his own! Scrambler sneaks off to search for the perfect tree for his tree house, and comes across the materials for the Timber Trail. Surely no one will notice if he takes just a little? Scrambler tries to build his tree house but it's much harder than he thought. D
9:30 am 
Franny's Feet  "Rainforest Games/Stargazing"  Rainforest Games - On a trip to Brazil, Franny learns about the rainforest and nocturnal animals. Stargazing - Franny travels to Hawaii, where she learns about the constellations and stars. D
10:00 am 
Thomas & Friends  "Helpful Friends"  Charlie & Eddie - Edward wants to show Charlie that he is a really fun engine instead of doing his job. Edward races off to the tracks telling Charlie jokes. A big mistake occurs when Edward takes Sir Topham Hatt's car to the Steam Works by mistake, but Kevin doesn't know how to fix cars, only steam engines. D
10:30 am 
Dialogue  "Calvin Trillin"  Calvin Trillin has been called "perhaps the finest reporter in America." His wry commentary on the American scene and his books chronicling his adventures as a "happy eater" have earned him renown as a classic American humorist. Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with Trillin about his work, including his most recent book, Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin: Forty Years of Funny Stuff. Trillin came to Idaho to speak to the Idaho Humanities Council.G
11:00 am 
BBC Newsnight   NULL
11:30 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "Great Investors: Robert Kessler"  Guest: Robert Kessler, Founder, CEO, The Kessler Companies. This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack features a "Great Investor" who has gotten it right before, during and after the financial crisis. Bond manager Robert Kessler explains why he still believes the world is a dangerous place and U.S. D
12:00 pm 
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe   Health Care Changes: There were celebrations, caution and concern as new provisions that benefit women kick in as part of the Affordable Care Act. Male Boss Surprise: Male bosses may discriminate against female employees if they have stay-at-home wives, a new study indicates. But, most of them don't know they're doing it. D
12:30 pm 
1:00 pm 
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer  "The Shrimp Boat"  Roger and Sarah Bansemer visit the port of Tarpon Springs, the sponge diving capital of the world. Roger paints a shrimp boat and Sarah explores the rich heritage of the unique Florida Gulf Coast town. D
1:30 pm 
Sew It All  "Splendid Stitchery-Jenny Hart, author of Embroidered Effects & founder of Sublime Stitching"  Jenny Hart teaches all about hand embroidery, and then embellishes a garment with an easy design. D
2:00 pm 
Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting  "Pinwheels Plus"  Marianne and Mary demonstrate how to make two half-square triangle units at once using a special ruler. They will also demonstrate how to get secondary designs by rotating the blocks. D
2:30 pm 
Hometime  "Workshop"  The HOMETIME crew devises sophisticated tool storage systems and builds a custom workbench. D
3:00 pm 
Woodsmith Shop  "Router Bit Cabinet"  Storing and protecting expensive tools is a necessity in every shop. The Woodsmith editors show you a quick and easy way to build a handy wall-mounted case for your router bits. D
3:30 pm 
This Old House  "Barrington Project, Part 2 of 10"  Host Kevin O'Connor arrives to find builder Andy Tiplady with the house wide open, his foundation in place and framing underway. The new open floor plan requires structural steel that gets bolted and then welded in place. With the steel installed and high winds already kicking up, Andy and his crew button up the house for the impending bad weather, which turns out to be Hurricane Irene. D
4:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Upgrading a Neglected Urban Patio; Hanging a Heavy Mirror"  Landscape contractor Roger Cook heads to San Francisco to upgrade a neglected urban patio. Then Roger, along with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva and plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, asks, "What is it?" Afterward, Tom shows Kevin how to hang a heavy mirror on a wall. D
4:30 pm 
Growing a Greener World  "Organic Lawn Care (Arlington, VA)"  The impression that lush lawns require high inputs of synthetic chemicals to keep them looking good is a myth. We visit a private estate to see a major test case by the University of Maryland to show that lush green grass is possible and how you can have that lawn of your dreams organically. D
5:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "Suppressing The Vote"  The fight against voter fraud is a solution in search of a problem -- documented instances of voter fraud these days are surprisingly few. Nevertheless, since the 2010 midterm elections, new election laws passed by Republican-dominated legislatures in 14 states have sought to limit voter registration or require photo IDs in order to vote -- identification that for many is too expensive or otherwise difficult to obtain. Such laws, according to a recent report from the Brennan Center for Justice "will make it harder for hundreds of thousands of poor Americans to vote. D
6:00 pm 
William and Mary   As the second season of shows begins, William and Mary are about to be married. William is cooking up a few surprises for Mary for when they come out of the church following the ceremony.G
7:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Gold Rush Days and Ghost Towns"  Thousands of gold seekers pour into Idaho Territory in the 1860s constructing instant cities in rugged terrain. This look at the past and present of these towns - some only a memory, others active county seats - includes interviews with descendants of the miners of yesteryear.G
8:00 pm 
Garrow's Law   Garrow defends two men accused of destroying silk looms in an act of industrial sabotage. With a perilously thin defense, Garrow must persuade a skeptical jury of their innocence. Love and loyalty compete with fear and betrayal in the brutal surroundings of the 18th-century Bailey.G
9:00 pm 
War  "Pride of Our Nation"  (June 1944-August 1944) On June 6, 1944 (D-Day), 1.5 million Allied troops embark on the invasion of France and succeed in tearing a 45-mile gap in Hitler's Atlantic Wall. Allied progress from there is measured yard-by-dangerous-yard. In the Pacific, Saipan is the costliest Pacific battle to date. Dreaded War Department telegrams arrive on doorsteps at home. By mid-August, the Germans retreat from France. Part 4 of 7G
11:30 pm 
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope  "Ontario, Canada's Niagara Peninsula - Toronto And Beyond"  Joseph explores Toronto, Canada's largest and most cosmopolitan city with world-class attractions and activities. He bicycles Lake Ontario's shore, kayaks Toronto Islands, and explores the peninsula's wine region.G
8:30 am 
9:00 am 
Oregon Field Guide  "Portland Fish Story"  NULL
9:30 am 
Roadtrip Nation  "Washington, D.C. - New York City"  While in Washington, D.C., the Roadtrippers head over to the International Child Art Foundation's headquarters to meet with its founder, Dr. Ashfaq Ishaq. He tells them about the importance of nurturing creativity in young minds. D
10:00 am 
Market Warriors  "Antiquing In Cumming, GA"  The show's experts encounter some Southern hospitality at the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market just outside Atlanta, Georgia. This week's challenge is to find vintage advertising, and in Coca-Cola country, there's plenty to find. Off-screen host Fred Willard points out some notable picks, including a rare Red Rock Cola piece, a Sterling Card case and an antique hobbyhorse.G
11:00 am 
Lewis and Clark: Crossing The Centuries   LEWIS & CLARK: CROSSING THE CENTURIES traces the Lewis and Clark expedition's route from St.Louis, Missouri to the Oregon Coast. The documentary features stunning aerial shots of the dramatic terrain the expedition faced, including Idaho's Lolo and Lemhi Passes and the White Cliffs area along the Missouri River in Montana. D
12:00 pm 
Wild!  "Sharks: Scavengers of the Seas"  Before being an earthly paradise with enchanting colours, the lagoon of New-Caledonia is above all a paradise for sharks. Usually considered as fierce predators, sharks really are opportunistic scavengers. Scavengers that are not too picky when it comes to their menu: feathers, fins or fur, anything will do. D
1:00 pm 
Globe Trekker  "West Texas"  In the state capital of Austin, Zay Harding explores everything from rattlesnake hotdogs to bingo with chickens. He checks out the Alamo at San Antonio, spends a night in a haunted hotel and travels to El Paso where he treks into the desert along the old Butterfield trail. He follows Route 66 in a 1960s Mustang and competes in Amarillo's steak-eating challenge.G
2:00 pm 
Need to Know   RAY SUAREZ ANCHORS. This week, Need to Know reports on Chicago's crumbling infrastructure and Mayor Rahm Emanuel's controversial plan to fix it by partnering with business and not raising taxes. Ray Suarez interviews Ed Rendell, former Governor of Pennsylvania and Mayor of Philadelphia, about the scalability of Chicago's infrastructure plan for other cities. D
2:30 pm 
3:00 pm 
Biz Kid$  "Your First Big Purchase"  You'll want to understand the important steps to take before your first big purchase, whether you're buying the latest computer, a new smart phone, or a car. You will learn about budgeting, researching, negotiating, and more. Find out how a teen photographer upgraded his camera and a 15-year-old aviator purchased an old airplane!. D
3:30 pm 
Oregon Field Guide  "Crook Point Nature Conservancy, Poplars: Fiber of the Future"  NULL
4:00 pm 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Hearty Italian Meals"  Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Italian Pot roast. next, equipment expert Adam Reid is reviewing pizza cutters, and finally, Erin McMurrer uncovers the secrets to foolproof Baked Manicotti at home. D
4:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Normandy: War-Torn Yet Full of Life"  Rick explores the half-timbered charm of Rouen, reflects on Monet's lily ponds, peeks in on local artisans, and sees Honfleur's harbor with an easel. The adventure also includes composer Eric Satie's eccentric world, Normandy cuisine, a tour of the D-Day beaches and a visit to the abbey of Mont St. Michel.G
5:00 pm 
NOVA scienceNOW  "Can We Make It to Mars?"  Astrophysicist, author and director of New York's Hayden Planetarium Neil deGrasse Tyson returns as host for this science magazine series. The opening episode looks at whether humans can reach Mars alive, traveling two to three years while facing deadly conditions. The show also looks at innovations for keeping space travelers alive.G
6:00 pm 
Golf's Grand Design   The history and role of American golf course architecture is examined in this film that also explores the relationship between the people who play the game and the places where they play. The focus is on golf course architecture from the late 1800s through the present, highlighting some of America's best-known and influential courses.G
7:00 pm 
Making Waves   MAKING WAVES explores Philadelphia's historic Boathouse Row, where great rowers and Olympic champions have trained for over 150 years. It looks at the elite world of rowing and how it perpetrates exclusion in subtle ways. Beautifully shot in HD, the documentary focuses on several passionate rowers from diverse backgrounds. D
8:00 pm 
History Detectives   The detectives seek to connect two patches with a symbol of a bird dropping a bomb to a World War II unit, and a neckpiece and leggings to Chief Black Kettle, known as a Cheyenne Peace Chief. Also, Gwen Wright connects a tiny swatch of tattered red fabric to a pivotal moment in U.S. Civil War history.G
9:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Philadelphia, Pa - Hour 3"  Experts unveil a pair of paintings by Hudson River School artist John F. Kensett, bought at a yard sale for $35. Also on display are a trio of autographed baseballs with signatures that include Ted Williams and Babe Ruth that together are worth up to $46,000. Part 3 of 3G
10:00 pm 
Golf's Grand Design   The history and role of American golf course architecture is examined in this film that also explores the relationship between the people who play the game and the places where they play. The focus is on golf course architecture from the late 1800s through the present, highlighting some of America's best-known and influential courses.G
11:00 pm 
Making Waves   MAKING WAVES explores Philadelphia's historic Boathouse Row, where great rowers and Olympic champions have trained for over 150 years. It looks at the elite world of rowing and how it perpetrates exclusion in subtle ways. Beautifully shot in HD, the documentary focuses on several passionate rowers from diverse backgrounds. D
8:30 am 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Serving Cart"  NULL
9:00 am 
Growing a Greener World  "Annie's Annuals - Preserving Heirlooms While Promoting the Environment"  Richmond, CA. - A few miles away from San Francisco sits a small wholesale/retail nursery called Annie's Annuals and Perennials. The business specializes in rare and heirloom plants that larger, commercial operations pass buy. D
9:30 am 
Katie Brown Workshop  "The Big Game"  Throw a victorious sports night party. Guest chef Chris Paulk makes sweet potato chips and dip, indoor barbecue ribs and empanadas. Celebrate in style with a turf snack tray and a touchdown centerpiece. D
10:00 am 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Kids Day"  Satisfy the little ones with Katie's vibrant projects and tasty treats. In the Kitchen: Yummy Donut Sandwiches, Fruit Kebabs with Lemon-Lime Glaze and Butterscotch Hot Chocolate. Projects: Crafty paper-plate creatures. D
10:30 am 
Knit & Crochet Today  "Stitching with Kids"  Get the younger generation stitching with our easy kid projects. First up today we're learning to make a sweet but simple crochet tube top that any little girl would love. Then special guest Kendall and her mom Maggie are going to demonstrate how to make a cute pillow that would be adorable in any kid's room. D
11:00 am 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Green"  Have fun with the kids while making environmentally smart projects. Katie shows creative ways to go green: a corkboard calendar, children's terrarium and three versions of green salads. D
11:30 am 
The Victory Garden  "Earth: Celebrate The Earth"  MAKE any day Arbor Day after host Jamie Durie visits the Massachusetts Horticultural Society to explain how to choose and plant the right tree for the right spot. TEACH future generations about the importance of preserving the earth with gardening tips for kids from lifestyle co-host Sissy Biggers. DIG up some worms at the Water Conservation Garden at California's Cuyamaca College with Jamie's advice on vermiculture: worm-driven composting. D
12:00 pm 
Ethics In America  "Under Orders, Under Fire (Part I)"  How do we wage war when the enemy dresses as civilians and children throw bombs? Generals William Westmoreland, David Jones, and Brent Scowcroft, correspondents Peter Jennings and Mike Wallace, and others question the duty to follow orders and a commander's obligation to protect soldiers.G
1:00 pm 
Principles for Principals  "What's This All About?"  The national picture for science and math education reform provides a backdrop for principals whose responsibility is forming and articulating a collective vision. Principals examine the implications of TIMSS, state testing, and standards, and look at authentic student work in classrooms.G
2:00 pm 
Invitation to World Literature  "One Hundred Years of Solitude"  Gabriel Garcia Marquez's multigenerational saga of the Buendia family in the isolated town of Macondo inaugurated the boom in Latin American literature in the 1970s and marked the beginning of magical realism. Writer Sandra Cisneros and scholar of Latin American literature, Ilan Stavans lend their thoughts and voices to the discussion of this epic novel. D
2:30 pm 
Invitation to World Literature  "The God of Small Things"  Fraternal twins Rahel and Estha struggle to reclaim their lives after their childhood is destroyed by tragic circumstances. As past and present merge in this narrative of Indian society and politics, the many layers of the caste system are mirrored in the poetic and inventive language of the author. Featured speakers include Simon Gikandi of Princeton University, author Evelyn Ch'ien. D
3:00 pm 
Connecting with the Arts: A Workshop for Middle Grades Teachers  "Workshop 4. What Roles Do Students Take On?"  This program examines the artistic process of creating, performing, and responding. Participants will see students assuming the roles of researcher, writer, designer, director, performer, and critic. D
4:00 pm 
Placing Out: The Orphan Trains   Between 1854 and 1929, an estimated 200,000 orphaned, abandoned and runaway children, primarily from industrialized cities in the East, boarded trains bound for Midwestern farming communities in search of a better life. Experts consider this period of mass relocation, often referred to as the Orphan Train Era, as the precursor to the modern foster care system.G
5:00 pm 
Learning Math: Measurement  "Video 11. Classroom Case Studies, 3"  Watch this program in the 10th session for grade 3-5 teachers. Explore how the concepts developed in this course can be applied through case studies of grade 3-5 teachers (former course participants who have adapted their new knowledge to their classrooms) , as well as a set of typical measurement problems for grade 3-5 students. D
5:30 pm 
Learning Math: Measurement  "Video 12. Classroom Case Studies, 6"  Watch this program in the 10th session for grade 6-8 teachers. Explore how the concepts developed in this course can be applied through case studies of grade 6-8 teachers (former course participants who have adapted their new knowledge to their classrooms) , as well as a set of typical measurement problems for grade 6-8 students. D
6:00 pm 
Essential Pepin  "Fabulous Fins"  Cured Salmon In Molasses; Tuna Steaks With Tapenade Coating; Tuna Tartare On Marinated Cucumbers; Poached Salmon In Ravigote Sauce; Ray Meuniere With Mushrooms. D
6:30 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Fall Classics"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Pot-Roasted Pork Loin. Chris then discusses the differences between baking soda and baking powder with science expert Guy Crosby. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of pork. D
7:00 pm 
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
7:30 pm 
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence  "Go Nuts!"  Joanne goes "nuts" and makes for us her five-spice, ginger, and cayenne packed Asian Toasted Nuts. Then she encourages her student Geoff to do the same making stir-fried chicken, pine-nut lettuce wraps, and cardamom-scented rice with toasted almonds. Recipes: Asian Toasted Nuts, Stir-Fried Chicken and Mushroom Lettuce Wraps, and Cardamom-Scented Rice with Toasted Almonds. D
8:00 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Upgrading a Neglected Urban Patio; Hanging a Heavy Mirror"  Landscape contractor Roger Cook heads to San Francisco to upgrade a neglected urban patio. Then Roger, along with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva and plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, asks, "What is it?" Afterward, Tom shows Kevin how to hang a heavy mirror on a wall. D
8:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Berlin: Resilient, Reunited, and Reborn"  Rick climbs the Reichstag's new glass dome, visits a modern-day caberet and tastes chocolate in the eastern sector.G
9:00 pm 
Equitrekking  "JORDAN: WADI RUM, AQABA & JERASH"  Host Darley Newman travels throughout the small, Middle Eastern country of Jordan to experience culture, history and adventure. While in the capital city of Amman, Darley's local guide Ibrahim leads to a bustling downtown market and shopping district. In an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour, viewers learn about the history and characteristics of the Arabian breed in Darley's interview with HRH Princess Alia at the Royal Stables in Amman. D
9:30 pm 
Essential Pepin  "Fabulous Fins"  Cured Salmon In Molasses; Tuna Steaks With Tapenade Coating; Tuna Tartare On Marinated Cucumbers; Poached Salmon In Ravigote Sauce; Ray Meuniere With Mushrooms. D
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Fall Classics"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Pot-Roasted Pork Loin. Chris then discusses the differences between baking soda and baking powder with science expert Guy Crosby. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of pork. D
10:30 pm 
Tommy Tang's Easy Thai Cooking  "Ayuthaya Ruins, The 2nd Capital of Thailand"  Grilled Eggplant Salad, Fried Snapper with chili sauce, Shrimp Panang and Hom Mali Rice are served.G
11:00 pm 
Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  "Todos Santos Magic"  Maybe it's the water, maybe it's the desert, but there's definitely magic in the charming Baja town called Todos Santos. It all starts at Art & Beer, a funky roadside bar on the outskirts of town that serves generous cocktails and outstanding appetizers. Then Rick checks into the Hotel California before meeting up with his local buddy, Sergio Jaurequi, for a history lesson about the town's disappearing and reappearing water supply. D
11:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Berlin: Resilient, Reunited, and Reborn"  Rick climbs the Reichstag's new glass dome, visits a modern-day caberet and tastes chocolate in the eastern sector.G
9:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Gold Rush Days and Ghost Towns"  Thousands of gold seekers pour into Idaho Territory in the 1860s constructing instant cities in rugged terrain. This look at the past and present of these towns - some only a memory, others active county seats - includes interviews with descendants of the miners of yesteryear.G
10:00 am 
Never Too Old for Gold   Each year in early June, hundreds of senior citizens compete and participate in the Empire State Senior Games, an organized sports and leisure program for New York State residents. These individuals, ranging in age from 50 to 90 and beyond, gather annually to share their enthusiasm for sports and fitness. NEVER TOO OLD FOR GOLD showcases the many athletes and competitions of The Empire State Senior Games, one of the largest senior competitions in the country. D
10:30 am 
P.O.V.  "Ella Es El Matador (She Is The Matador)"  For Spaniards - - and for the world - - nothing has expressed their country's traditionally rigid gender roles more powerfully than the image of the male matador. So sacred was the bullfighter's masculinity to Spanish identity that a 1908 law barred women from the sport. This film reveals the surprising history of the women who made such a law necessary and profiles two female matadors currently in the arena: the acclaimed Mari Paz Vega and neophyte Eva Florencia. D
11:30 am 
Independent Lens  "Revenge of the Electric Car"  Director Chris Paine takes his film crew behind the closed doors of Nissan, GM and the Silicon Valley start-up Tesla Motors to chronicle the story of the global resurgence of electric cars. This new generation of the electric vehicle is fast, furious and cleaner than ever. The film follows the race to win the hearts and minds of the public around the world.G
1:00 pm 
Global Voices  "The Collaborator and His Family"  Ibrahim, who worked as a collaborator for Israel, is forced to leave Palestine and take his wife and five children to live in Tel-Aviv. Although he expects Israeli protection for his service, the family is denied permission to reside in the country legally. Regarded as traitors by Palestine and abandoned by Israel, they are a family without a country, their unremittingly precarious existence buffeted by politics and circumstance. D
2:00 pm 
Global Voices  "A Dream In Doubt"  One of America?s first post 9/11 hate crime murders punctuated a growing wave of violence in retaliation for the terror attacks. Told from the perspective of the victim?s brother, A DREAM IN DOUBT travels to Mesa, Arizona to reveal a story of national tragedy, murder, community and the American dream. D
3:00 pm 
Homeland: Immigration In America  "Jobs"  The opening episode of this miniseries looks at the spectrum of immigrant jobs and the complex maze of rules, regulations, caps and quotas relating to immigrant policies. Featured are an American-educated Taiwanese scientist searching for an employer to sponsor her visa, and immigrant workers in an Ozark town who bring economic turnaround but also language barriers and culture clashes. Part 1 of 3G
4:00 pm 
Homeland: Immigration In America  "Enforcement"  This episode explores how communities and the nation struggle to enforce inconsistent immigration policies. One story explains why two Kansas City beat cops have adopted a "don't ask, don't tell" policy toward legal status, knowing that aggressive enforcement threatens to break community trust when illegal and legal immigrants live side by side, often in the same family. Part 2 of 3G
5:00 pm 
Never Too Old for Gold   Each year in early June, hundreds of senior citizens compete and participate in the Empire State Senior Games, an organized sports and leisure program for New York State residents. These individuals, ranging in age from 50 to 90 and beyond, gather annually to share their enthusiasm for sports and fitness. NEVER TOO OLD FOR GOLD showcases the many athletes and competitions of The Empire State Senior Games, one of the largest senior competitions in the country. D
5:30 pm 
P.O.V.  "Ella Es El Matador (She Is The Matador)"  For Spaniards - - and for the world - - nothing has expressed their country's traditionally rigid gender roles more powerfully than the image of the male matador. So sacred was the bullfighter's masculinity to Spanish identity that a 1908 law barred women from the sport. This film reveals the surprising history of the women who made such a law necessary and profiles two female matadors currently in the arena: the acclaimed Mari Paz Vega and neophyte Eva Florencia. D
6:30 pm 
Independent Lens  "Revenge of the Electric Car"  Director Chris Paine takes his film crew behind the closed doors of Nissan, GM and the Silicon Valley start-up Tesla Motors to chronicle the story of the global resurgence of electric cars. This new generation of the electric vehicle is fast, furious and cleaner than ever. The film follows the race to win the hearts and minds of the public around the world.G
8:00 pm 
Global Voices  "The Collaborator and His Family"  Ibrahim, who worked as a collaborator for Israel, is forced to leave Palestine and take his wife and five children to live in Tel-Aviv. Although he expects Israeli protection for his service, the family is denied permission to reside in the country legally. Regarded as traitors by Palestine and abandoned by Israel, they are a family without a country, their unremittingly precarious existence buffeted by politics and circumstance. D
9:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Gold Rush Days and Ghost Towns"  Thousands of gold seekers pour into Idaho Territory in the 1860s constructing instant cities in rugged terrain. This look at the past and present of these towns - some only a memory, others active county seats - includes interviews with descendants of the miners of yesteryear.G
10:00 pm 
Never Too Old for Gold   Each year in early June, hundreds of senior citizens compete and participate in the Empire State Senior Games, an organized sports and leisure program for New York State residents. These individuals, ranging in age from 50 to 90 and beyond, gather annually to share their enthusiasm for sports and fitness. NEVER TOO OLD FOR GOLD showcases the many athletes and competitions of The Empire State Senior Games, one of the largest senior competitions in the country. D
10:30 pm 
P.O.V.  "Ella Es El Matador (She Is The Matador)"  For Spaniards - - and for the world - - nothing has expressed their country's traditionally rigid gender roles more powerfully than the image of the male matador. So sacred was the bullfighter's masculinity to Spanish identity that a 1908 law barred women from the sport. This film reveals the surprising history of the women who made such a law necessary and profiles two female matadors currently in the arena: the acclaimed Mari Paz Vega and neophyte Eva Florencia. D
11:30 pm 
Independent Lens  "Revenge of the Electric Car"  Director Chris Paine takes his film crew behind the closed doors of Nissan, GM and the Silicon Valley start-up Tesla Motors to chronicle the story of the global resurgence of electric cars. This new generation of the electric vehicle is fast, furious and cleaner than ever. The film follows the race to win the hearts and minds of the public around the world.G

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