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September 6, 2013
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6:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Vienna and the Danube"  Rick takes in the city's wealth of elegant gardens, great art and fine music. He travels along the Danube River and hikes through the Baroque Melk Abbey.G

6:30 am 
Smart Travels - Pacific Rim With Rudy Maxa  "Shanghai"  China's new powerhouse, Shanghai dazzles with fantastic skyscrapers, non-stop shopping and delicious dining. From traditional Tai Chi in the parks and teahouses to market madness and tumbling acrobats, Rudy explores tradition and modernity in this burgeoning city. Excursions to the gardens of Suzhou and the canal town Zhouzhuang bring the ancient past alive. D

7:00 am 
The Desert Speaks  "Royal Road Across The Frontier"  In the second part of the journey along the ancient highway, learn about the traditional hot springs of Aguas Calientes that gave the ancient traveler a brief respite from the dry, dusty roads. While the springs no longer exist, the town still marks the boundary between the lush green landscape behind and the dry dangerous desert frontier that looms ahead. The first stop in the desert is the mining town of Zacatecas. D

7:30 am 
Hey Kids, Let's Cook  "Mini Meatballs and Pasta"  A favorite saying at Italian dinner tables - Moms would say: "Mangia e statti zitto", meaning "Eat and be quiet". So with that said, we're making Italian today. Mini- meatballs and pasta. D

8:00 am 
Growing a Greener World  "Schoolyard Wildlife Habitats (Atlanta, Ga)"  Learn how one school is using wildlife and outdoor classrooms to engage youngsters in nature and teach environmental issues. And learn how to create a wildlife habitat in your own backyard. D

8:30 am 
This American Land  "Fiddler Crabs, Disappearing Chincoteague, California Desert, Hurricane Sleuth"  Between their digging and mating rituals, people find fiddler crabs amusing. But these little crustaceans have a big impact on their environment and scientists are still trying to understand just where these animals fit into the coastal ecosystem.G

9:00 am 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Hearty Autumn Dinner"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best Smothered Pork Chops. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of breakfast sausage. Next, Chris answers questions from viewers. D

9:30 am 
Aviators   AOPA Summit: The annual event of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. LAPD: We take you inside the aerial unit of the Los Angeles Police Department to see how the world's largest police fleet helps to catch bad guys. iPad in the cockpit: We get hands-on with the revolutionary tablet device to show some of the most popular aviation tools available. D

10:00 am 
Song of the Mountains   Elkville String Band; VW Boys. D

11:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Trashgiving Day Parade"  It's Trashgiving Day on Sesame Street, the grouchiest holiday of the year. Oscar is in charge of running the parade this year and it needs to be grouchy enough to please his boss Mr. Disgracey. The parade begins with the marching band, but the music they are playing sounds too good. D

12:00 pm 
Dinosaur Train  "Remember The Alamosaurus/Sunrise, Sunset"  The Pteranodon kids and Dad get the idea to travel around on the Dinosaur Train and meet some of the biggest dinosaurs. They even sing a song, `The Biggest Dinosaurs', before meeting Allie Alamosaurus, an enormous, long-necked, plant eating sauropod who is very friendly. Allie explains that her huge, strong legs hardly bend at all, but she can still have fun playing games with the kids, and teaching them some of her favorites! Dad takes the Pteranodon kids on an overnight camping trip where they watch both a sunrise and sunset, learning that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. D

12:30 pm 
Super Why!  "The Frog Prince"  Princess Pea wants to do ballet, and Spider wants to spin webs, so how will these two friends play together? To find some answers, the Super Readers check out The Frog Prince and meet another Princess who can't see eye to eye with her friend! Will the Super Readers be able to help the Princess and the Frog kiss and make up? Educational Objectives: To learn about compromise, practice the alphabet and rhyme with UMP words. Preschoolers discover that the power to read will change the story. D

1:00 pm 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Flower Power/Snowman's Land"  Flower Power - Sally's mom has a cold, so Sally wants to pick her some colorful flowers to make her feel better. The Cat in the Hat takes Nick and Sally to the forest of Flora-Fah-Zoom where they meet three different creatures that all depend on flowers to live. Sally decides to make her mother a picture of their adventure in Flora-Fah-Zoom instead of picking a flower that animals need in order to survive. D

1:30 pm 
Wild Kratts  "Blowfish Blowout"  When the miniaturized Kratt Brothers get swept up and lost in a current of plankton, they become part of a crowd of fish larva all headed to the most populated and diverse habitat on Earth - the coral reef. D

2:00 pm 
Wyland's Art Studio  "Sunset Coconuts"  Paint the tropical evening sun behind a silhouette of palm trees.G

2:30 pm 
Piano Guy   A viewers' favorite compilation show from past episodes on how to play signature intros and identifiable parts to memorable tunes. These include Bradley Sowash's "The Twilight Zone," five-time Grammy nominee David Benoit's "Linus And Lucy" and Karl Propst's "The Addams Family Theme." Other featured guests include David Tolley, Andy LaVerne, Lori Mechem, Dave Powers and Bobby Floyd. D

3:00 pm 
Shooting in the Wild   Based on the book Shooting in the Wild by wildlife filmmaker and American University professor Chris Palmer, the film takes a behind-the-scenes peek into the world of natural history filmmaking. It reveals secrets for getting the perfect shot while discussing the pervasive and troubling trends toward sensationalism, extreme risk-taking and even animal abuse. Emerging explorer and filmmaker Alexandra Cousteau is host.G

3:30 pm 
Saving The Ocean  "Scourge of the Lionfish"  Lionfish are beautiful, colorful reef fish found throughout the Indian and Pacific oceans - that's the good news. The bad news is they're now found all over the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic coasts of North and South America as well. Alien to those waters, lionfish are the perfect invasive species - aggressive, without predators, prolific breeders and tolerant of a wide range of conditions. D

4:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL

5:00 pm 
National Parks: America's Best Idea  "The Scripture of Nature (1851-1890)"  In 1851, word spreads of a beautiful area of California's Yosemite Valley that is attracting people who would exploit its scenery for commercial gain and those who wish to preserve it. Scottish-born John Muir champions protection. In 1864, Congress passes an act to reserve it for "public use, resort and recreation" and hands control to the state of California. Meanwhile in Wyoming territory, visitors are attracted to a landscape of geysers, mud pots and sulfur pits. Congress protects this land in 1872. But because it is in a territory, Yellowstone becomes America's first national park. Part 1 of 6G

7:00 pm 
National Parks: America's Best Idea  "The Last Refuge (1890-1915)"  With widespread industrialization many Americans worry whether any pristine land will be left; poachers are rampant in the parks; and Congress neglects establishing authority or appropriations for the parks. This sparks a conservation movement by such organizations as the Sierra Club, the Audubon Society, and the Boone and Crockett Club, led by Theodore Roosevelt. The movement and John Muir himself fail to stop San Francisco from building the Hetch Hetchy dam at Yosemite, breaking Muir's heart. Part 2 of 6G

9:30 pm 
National Parks: America's Best Idea  "The Scripture of Nature (1851-1890)"  In 1851, word spreads of a beautiful area of California's Yosemite Valley that is attracting people who would exploit its scenery for commercial gain and those who wish to preserve it. Scottish-born John Muir champions protection. In 1864, Congress passes an act to reserve it for "public use, resort and recreation" and hands control to the state of California. Meanwhile in Wyoming territory, visitors are attracted to a landscape of geysers, mud pots and sulfur pits. Congress protects this land in 1872. But because it is in a territory, Yellowstone becomes America's first national park. Part 1 of 6G

11:30 pm 
National Parks: America's Best Idea  "The Last Refuge (1890-1915)"  With widespread industrialization many Americans worry whether any pristine land will be left; poachers are rampant in the parks; and Congress neglects establishing authority or appropriations for the parks. This sparks a conservation movement by such organizations as the Sierra Club, the Audubon Society, and the Boone and Crockett Club, led by Theodore Roosevelt. The movement and John Muir himself fail to stop San Francisco from building the Hetch Hetchy dam at Yosemite, breaking Muir's heart. Part 2 of 6G

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