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October 7, 2017
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1:00 am 
POV  "Swim Team"  Parents of teens on the autism spectrum form a competitive swim team, training them with high expectations. Follow the rise of three athletes as the film captures a moving quest for inclusion, independence and a life that feels like winning. D
2:30 am 
Massacre at Hells Canyon: An Oregon Experience   In 1887, a gang of horse thieves gunned down as many as 34 Chinese gold miners on the Oregon side of the Snake River near Hells Canyon. Some have called it the country's worst massacre of Chinese by whites. Though the killers were known, and at least one confessed, no one was ever convicted. The proram examines not only the murders but also the hidden history of the Chinese laborers who help build the West in their search for "Gold Mountain."G
3:00 am 
War for Guam   War for Guam is a documentary about World War II and its enduring legacy in Guam, a U.S. territory since 1898. The program tells the extraordinary story of how the Native people of Guam, the Chamorros, remained loyal to the U.S. D
4:00 am 
John Portman: A Life of Building   John Portman's iconic urban structures and eye-popping interiors helped redefine cityscapes in the United States and skylines in Asia. Once considered a maverick because he eschewed long-accepted industry standards, critics and leading architecture schools now fully embrace Portman's design approach, which emphasizes function, purpose and sensory experience.G
5:00 am 
Passing On   Deceased. Departed. Passed away. No matter how you say it, it happens to all of us. More than two and a half million people will die in the United States this year. Death is as much a part of human existence as is life, yet it remains a mysterious, often taboo subject. Passing On explores end-of-life through a series of compelling and sensitive stories that will engage you emotionally and provide you with valuable information.G
6:00 am 
The Whole Truth with David Eisenhower  "Feminism at Home and Around the World, in the Age of Trump"  Guests: Carrie Lukas, Managing Director, Independent Women's Forum; Jarune Uwujaren, Editor, Daily Progressive; Manal Omar, Associate Vice President, Center for Middle East and Africa, United States Institute of Peace; Gayatri Spivak, Professor of Humanities, Columbia University. D
6:30 am 
Closer to Truth  "Can The Cosmos Have A Reason?"  Perhaps we cannot know the reason for the universe, if there is any. But is it even possible for the universe to have a reason? If yes, how would natural regularities and rules compare with some kind of goal or God?. D
7:00 am 
Second Opinion  "Food Allergies"  Patient Story: While some food allergies are not that severe, some can be life threatening. Meet Stacy Saiontz, whose son's food allergies changed the way her entire family lives. Myth or Medicine: Are peanut allergies on the rise? Second Opinion 5: Five things everyone should know about food allergies. D
7:30 am 
Lidia's Kitchen  "The Tomato"  The tomato Is not native to Italy, but it made a big impact on Italian cuisine when it arrived centuries ago. From canned to vine ripened, Lidia shares with you several of her favorite tomato dishes including: stuffed tomatoes: stuffed with rice, mozzarella and basil; braised pork ribs with rigatoni: tender to the bone pork ribs and braising sauce with rigatoni; and green beans in chunky tomato sauce: a perfect side of fresh green beans smothered in a fresh chunky tomato sauce. D
8:00 am 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Beantown"  The best chefs know that beans can round out a meal with extra flavor and texture, and today we have two of the best chefs. Joey Campanaro of New York's Little Owl makes an amazing salad dressing chicken with escarole and bean salad on the side, and chef Ming Tsai joins his old buddy Sara to make black bean scallops and zucchini. Sara then takes to the woods to search for edible wild plants with a professional forager who sells her finds to New York's top chefs. D
8:30 am 
Simply Ming  "Susan Regis"  Today on Simply Ming, James-beard nominated chef Susan Regis joins Ming in his loft kitchen. Ming and Susan focus on fresh-picked veggies - Susan starts out by creating a rye berry salad with wine cap mushrooms, wild greens and herbed creme rraiche. Meanwhile, Ming couples a delicious coriander-crusted salmon with asparagus sauce, quinoa and an asparagus salad. D
9:00 am 
Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen  "Family Matters"  Chef Stellino recalls the charming quirks of his family and how they have influenced his own outlook on food. His mother smelled the fruit; his uncle thought Brooklyn was named after broccoli; and how a one-pot dish and luxurious pudding brings everyone together. Dishes include: Pasta all' arrabbiata (pasta with a spicy tomato sauce) / salsicce brasate con broccoli e peperoni (braised sausages with broccoli and peppers) / banana cream pudding. D
9:30 am 
Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  "The Splendor of Yucatan's Enchanting Markets"  Revered by his Mexican peers, Federico Lopez is one of Mexico's most affable and talented chefs. He joins Rick at the enchanting Mercado Municipal in Valladolid to extol the virtues of unique Yucatecan produce. After that, the pair head to Temozon, to a decades-old meat market where they smoke pork in rustic ovens behind the store. D
10:00 am 
Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television  "Mexico Every Single Day"  Milk Street goes to Mexico to get an insider view on traditional classics. Milk Street Cook Lynn Clark puts that intelligence into practice as she makes shrimp in chipotle sauce (camarones enchipotlados). Then, Milk Street Cook Rayna Jhaveri teaches host Christopher Kimball about Central Mexican guacamole: no lime juice, no garlic. D
10:30 am 
Martha Bakes  "Midwest"  In the Midwest, baking for community get-togethers is commonplace. Today, on Martha Bakes, four regional classics meant for sharing: Martha's polka dotted double-crusted sour cherry pie, classic St. Louis gooey butter cake, and kransekake, a Norwegian celebratory cake. D
11:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Seafood Supper"  Host Julia Collin Davison reveals the steps for making perfect pan-seared salmon. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Bridget Lancaster to a tasting of fish sauce. Then, science expert Dan Souza demonstrates the differences between wild and farmed salmon. D
11:30 am 
Cook's Country  "Ribs and Mashed Potatoes Revisited"  Bridget Lancaster makes Julia Collin Davison the juiciest Memphis-style wet ribs in the slow cooker. Tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Julia to an apple-cider vinegar tasting. Test cook Ashley Moore shows Bridget how to make the best mashed potato cakes. D
12:00 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "The Perfect Perch, Part 4"  In the final episode of this series, Jerry shows his viewers how to block in the hawk with the #2 chisel-edge brush using quick strokes. Then uses #4 round sable brush to add the hawk's beak and uses same brush for highlights on bird. Then with script brush Jerry adds more bright weeds to foreground and explains how very important these weeds are to this particular painting in terms of composition. D
12:30 pm 
Born to Explore with Richard Wiese  "Chile: Flowering of the Llamas"  Richard Wiese travels to the driest place on earth, Chile's Atacama Desert. He explores the Valley of the Moons on horseback and meets the Atacamenos, a people who have survived in this harsh environment for hundreds of years. In a tiny oasis community, Richard joins a family in a sacred thanksgiving ceremony called the "Floramiento" or flowering of the llamas, where these beasts of burden are adorned with flowers. D
1:00 pm 
This Old House  "A House for the Next Generation"  A new season focuses on the next generation. A homeowner inherits her childhood home but with her husband makes changes to accommodate their children and inlaws. Mike Rowe visits to discuss the need for a new generation of skilled tradespeople. D
1:30 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Water Softener, App, Shadow Box"  Richard travels to the Grand Canyon. Then, he helps a homeowner with hard water by installing a new type of water softener; in Future House, Ross demonstrates a home organization app; in Build It, Tom builds a shadow box using wood from an old door. D
2:00 pm 
The Woodwright's Shop  "The Roubo Bookstand"  One piece of walnut makes a beautiful bookstand as we follow the formula of an old French master. D
2:30 pm 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Framing"  This week on Rough Cut Woodworking with Tommy Mac, Tommy is joined by his general contractor, Chris Reynolds, to talk about the framing of the shop. From the foundation to laying out the sills to putting up the first wall, he learns the best way to start off a project like this. And with a little help from Rough Cut regular Al D'Attanasio, that wall will be up in no time. D
3:00 pm 
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3:30 pm 
America's Heartland   The Wild Horse Sanctuary in northern California is saving wild mustangs. The Padlock Cattle Ranch welcomes visitors who experience a landscape far different from their urban or suburban homes. Customers pick the fruit at Michigan's Westview Orchards. D
4:00 pm 
The Great British Baking Show  "Tudor Week"  Follow the five remaining bakers as they attempt to re-create dishes fit for the Tudors. The signature is a savory stuffed pie; the technical is an unusual Tudor biscuit that has the bakers tied up in knots; the showstopper is a marzipan spectacle. D
5:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Boise, Hour Three"  The final episode of Roadshow's visit to Idaho last summer has host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Colleene Fesko at the Boise Art Museum to learn about the works of enigmatic Idaho artist James Castle. Highlights include an 1822 letter from Thomas Jefferson that documents his reading suggestions for furthering one's education, and a rare Babe Ruth Candy Club membership card, circa 1926, that details tips from the Babe himself. Part 3 of 3G
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend  "Ohio's Opioid Lawsuit"  The war on America's opioid epidemic is now being waged on the legal front. This month, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced a coalition of 41 states issued subpoenas seeking information from drug makers and distributors whose sales of opioids have quadrupled since 2000. This comes after Ohio Attorney General Mike Dewine, citing the rising death toll from opioids in his state, sued five pharmaceutical companies and accused them of playing down the risks of painkiller addiction that has contributed to a "catastrophic public health crisis" that kills more people than car crashes. D
6:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Poland Rediscovered: Krakow, Auschwitz and Warsaw"  Rick finds Poland transforming itself into the new heart of Europe, and Krakow, with its Baroque and cobbled charm, emerging as the "next Prague." Rick visits nearby Auschwitz and experiences a timeless, soul-searching lesson.G
7:00 pm 
The Lawrence Welk Show  "County Fair (1975)"  What would a county fair be without "Cotton Candy and a Toy Balloon"? Bob Ralston delights with "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down", Arthur Duncan invites everyone to "Meet Me In St. Louis", and everyone agrees "There's Something About A Hometown Band.". D
8:00 pm 
Still Open All Hours  "S2 E6"  Granville's scheme to sell salami as an erotically charged new product called Yaggis is in danger as a customer's husband returns seeking redress. Cyril and Eric need advice on how to impress their wives, Mrs. Featherstone's plan to snare Mr. Newbold as a fourth husband is not going well, and Granville has to quickly sell some damaged tins of chilli beans.G
8:30 pm 
Are You Being Served?  "Calling All Customers"  Grace Brothers advertises on CB radio, attracting unanticipated customers.G
9:00 pm 
As Time Goes By  "Going Online"  Jean decides to join the technological age, frustrating Lionel with her enthusiasms for the internet. Lionel's financial woes deepen.G
9:30 pm 
W1A  "S1 E4"  A national paper has not only published details of Ian's salary but followed up with a story of how he took Sally on holiday to Italy. Meanwhile, a female Newsnight presenter has been accused of wearing clothes that are inappropriately watchable. When her legs get their own Twitter account there is a feeling something should be done about it. Flagship series Britain's Tastiest Village has lost all three of the big name presenters, and Siobhan and her team unveil their barnstorming idea for a new BBC logo.G
10:00 pm 
Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries  "Ruddy Gore"  At a gala performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's Ruddigore, Phryne Fisher meets the gorgeous Lin Chung who has rescued the theatre's leading man from some thugs in a dark alley in Chinatown. The evening continues on unexpectedly with a bizarre death onstage. What links can Phryne find between the Chinese community of Little Bourke St, the illicit opium trade and the actors treading the boards of His Majesty's Theatre? Phryne must solve an old murder, find a new murderer, and banish the theatre's ghost who seems likely to kill again. D
11:00 pm 
Doctor Who: Tom Baker Movies  "The Leisure Hive"  The Doctor and Romana visit the Leisure Hive on the planet Argolis, the surface of which is uninhabitable following a twenty minute nuclear war between the Argolins and their enemies the Foamasi. The Argolins themselves are now sterile. Pangol, the youngest, was created by the Tachyon Recreation Generator, a machine that runs games in the Hive. D

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