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August 7, 2008
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12:00 am 
Wild!  "Russian Brown Bears"  Bear behavior, intelligence and ferocity are highlighted in this film, which opens a new season with a new name for the series.G
1:00 am 
Appalachians   The many Native American tribes who lived in these mountains initially intermarried and traded with early European explorers. When the Scots, Scotch-Irish and others poured into the area in the 1740s, decades of fighting began. As the newcomers settled in, they retained their traditional music and culture in the mountainous isolation. Part 1 of 3G
2:00 am 
NOVA  "Dimming Sun"  Even as the planet heats up, researchers discover that increasing air pollution in earth's atmosphere allows less and less sunlight to reach the surface, a global dimming that is linked to severe droughts. NOVA examines how this effect might also be slowing down global warming, creating a climate conundrum.G
3:00 am 
A Place of Our Own  "Grandparents As Teachers"  NULL
3:30 am 
Los Ninos En Su Casa  "Ciudadanos Del Mundo"  NULL
4:00 am 
BBC World News   NULL
4:30 am 
Destinos: An Introduction to Spanish  "Asf Fue: I"  This episode begins a four-part review of the entire series and begins with the first segment.G
5:00 am 
Power Yoga: Mind and Body  "Stamina - Version One"  With Vyagrasana, Trikonasana, and others. D
5:30 am 
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  "Mister Rogers Talks About Going to School"  Pretending is a good way to learn. In the Neighborhood of Make- Believe, Prince Tuesday and Ana Platypus begin their first day of school. Mister Rogers suggests that children could play about going to school.G
6:00 am 
Peep and the Big Wide World  "That's A Cat/Faster Than A Duck"  That's a Cat - It's Peep's first day on earth and all the other animals gather round to teach him about cats. Long fur, short fur. Black, tan and grey. D
6:30 am 
Arthur  "Desert Island Dish/The Secret About Secrets"  Desert Island Dish: When Mr. Ratburn challenges the class to find the perfect food for surviving on a desert island, everyone picks potato chips or ice cream! But Arthur and the gang soon discover that they cannot survive - or pass their assignment - on junk food alone. By working together the kids learn about the importance of a balanced diet to overall health. The Secret About Secrets: Everyone seems to have a secretà everyone that is, except D.W. D
7:00 am 
Curious George  "Scaredy Dog/Say Goodnight, George"  George and Hundley are scared off by a Big Creepy Noise they hearing down in the basement.G
7:30 am 
Clifford The Big Red Dog  "Special Delivery/Ferry Tale"  Special Delivery - Clifford accidentally breaks a present he was supposed to deliver for Emily, then allows Cleo to convince him to try and hide the fact from Emily. But Clifford learns that it's best to be honest, right from the start. A Ferry Tale - After Emily grooms Clifford in preparation for Prize Pooch Magazine's "Dog of the Year" contest, he is expected to "stay clean" until the judge, Lily LaValley, arrives. D
8:00 am 
Super Why!  "Hansel and Gretel"  Red has taken Peter Piper's peppers without asking, and now he's mad! What happens when the Super Readers try to help Hansel and Gretel get out of a similar sticky (sweet) situation? Only the unexpected! After overcoming a few storybook obstacles, we finally find out the witch's side of the story, and Red learns to be more considerate.G
8:30 am 
Dragon Tales  "Rise and Bloom/Super Snow Day"  Rise and Bloom - Max really wants to see the Bursting Blossoms bloom in Dragon Land - a spectacular, once-a-year event. This special event only happens at sunrise, and Max just can't seem to shake off his sleepiness and get himself going. Luckily, Max's friends have some strategies to help him feel more awake. D
9:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Rosita Gets Upset at Zoe & Abby"  Rosita and Zoe are so excited to play Rosita's favorite game of hide and seek. Just as they are about to start, Abby appears and she knows a really great game to play too- Jumping Rhymes! Rosita was excited to play hide-and-seek, but perhaps they could play one rhyming game first. Now, it's finally time to play hide-and-seek. D
10:00 am 
It's A Big Big World  "Ant Ray Vision/Moving On Up"  Bob tries to see things from an ant's point of view. Smooch wants to move out of her home.G
10:30 am 
WordWorld  "Duck's First Sleepover/One Hat Fits All"  Duck's First Sleepover - Duck attends his first sleep-over party but he's nervous about not sleeping in his nest for the first time. After a long night of fun games his friends calm his anxiety by building him a soft, fluffy nest. One Hat Fits All - Sheep, while practicing her magic act, loses her magicians top hat (it's quite blustery in Word World today). D
11:00 am 
Caillou  "Captain Caillou"  Captain Caillou - Grandpa's got a surprise for Caillou on their trip to the park - it's a remote control sailboat! Caillou is eager to race against the other boats on the pond. He imagines himself as Captain of the fastest sailboat ever. In his eagerness to win however, Caillou goes a little too fast and the boat capsizes. D
11:30 am 
Barney & Friends  "Guess Who? and Sweet Treats"  Guess Who?: BJ and Baby Bop decide to get Halloween celebrations underway with a costume party. But when it comes to picking costumes, Riff just can't decide! That night, as the festivities get underway, Riff makes a grand entrance proudly wearing a costume that suits him perfectly! Educational theme: Friendship. Sweet Treats: Barney and his friends go trick-or-treating in the park. D
12:00 pm 
Teletubbies  "Shaking & Beating"  Two children making lots of different sounds. Po shows Laa-Laa a bluebell and then one by one more bluebells appear. The Teletubbies dance the run away dance.G
12:30 pm 
Zoboomafoo  "Family Game"  When a baby African pygmy hedgehog comes to Animal Junction, Zoboo, tries to find the right family for her to live with. The Kratt Brothers explain that there are all different kinds of creature families, and they finally find the perfect family for the baby hedgehog.G
1:00 pm 
Between the Lions  "The Lucky Duck"  Lionel tries to help a very cute duck from a very cute book stop being so cute.G
1:30 pm 
Wishbone  "Pup Fiction"  Wanda receives a mysterious note in the mail that reads "You Are the One." Wishbone goes to the post office to investigate. He suspects the post office may be haunted. D
2:00 pm 
Curious George  "Scaredy Dog/Say Goodnight, George"  George and Hundley are scared off by a Big Creepy Noise they hearing down in the basement.G
2:30 pm 
WordGirl  "Lady Redundant Woman/A Game of Cat and Mouse"  Lady Redundant Woman - All Beatrice Bixby wants is to be named manager of the local copy shop where she works. But one day when she merges with a photocopier she becomes Lady Redundant Woman. A Game of Cat and Mouse - Just when it seems like nothing can stop Dr 2 Brains from transforming hair gel into cream cheese, WordGirl teams up with the newest resident of 2 Brain's old science lab - Professor Tubing. D
3:00 pm 
Maya & Miguel  "A Little Culture"  When Maya forgets to buy tickets for the summer blockbuster movie all her friends are eagerly awaiting, she desperately suggests that they go instead to the Natural History Museum. Maggie and Theo aren't quick to forgive her, and mope about the museum while Maya and Miguel rummage in the gift shop for peace offerings. But before they know it, Theo and Maggie find themselves enraptured by exhibits on ancient African and Chinese cultures. D
3:30 pm 
Cyberchase  "The Fairy Borg Father"  Delete is having a bad day. Hacker yelled at him and Buzz made fun of his first-ever invention, a "Bunny-Copter." When he wishes things were better, Delete discovers he has a Fairy Borg Father named Zanko, who appears and grants him nine wishes. D
4:00 pm 
Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman  "That Doesn't Float My Boat"  Trying to relieve a bad case of "Game Show Host Block," Ruff has fallen asleep and left the water in the bathtub running! The flooded doghouse is filled with floating junk, giving him the perfect idea for today's challenge: Khalil, Anna, and Julia, must design a boat out of materials they find at the dump. Their boat has to float; it has to be stable and steer-able; and it has to be propelled by something other than oars. D
4:30 pm 
Arthur  "Desert Island Dish/The Secret About Secrets"  Desert Island Dish: When Mr. Ratburn challenges the class to find the perfect food for surviving on a desert island, everyone picks potato chips or ice cream! But Arthur and the gang soon discover that they cannot survive - or pass their assignment - on junk food alone. By working together the kids learn about the importance of a balanced diet to overall health. The Secret About Secrets: Everyone seems to have a secretà everyone that is, except D.W. D
5:00 pm 
WordWorld  "Duck's First Sleepover/One Hat Fits All"  Duck's First Sleepover - Duck attends his first sleep-over party but he's nervous about not sleeping in his nest for the first time. After a long night of fun games his friends calm his anxiety by building him a soft, fluffy nest. One Hat Fits All - Sheep, while practicing her magic act, loses her magicians top hat (it's quite blustery in Word World today). D
5:30 pm 
6:00 pm 
7:00 pm 
Barbara Morgan: No Limits   Producer Marcia Franklin traces Barbara Morgan's 23-year odyssey from McCall elementary teacher to space-veteran astronaut. Vintage footage, photos and interviews with friends, colleagues, students and family weave a tale of perseverance and resolve.G
8:00 pm 
From The Top at Carnegie Hall  "Singing, Strumming, and Skating"  The Young People's Chorus of New York City fills the stage. Classical guitarist Kimani Griffin, 17, of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is also a speed skater with Olympic potential.G
8:30 pm 
Antiques Roadshow UK  "St. Davids"  In Wales, Hugh Scully and a team of experts examines antiques brought from the surrounding area.G
9:00 pm 
Sherlock Holmes  "The Copper Beeches"  Worried about the conditions stipulated for a governess position, Miss Violet Hunter seeks advice from Sherlock Holmes about whether to accept the job. Holmes soon finds himself faced with one of the most sinister puzzles of his career.G
10:00 pm 
Royal  "Doctor Who"  After waiting for ages for a new doctor, two come at once because of a mix-up over job offers. Catherine sets Carnegie straight over their relationship.G
11:00 pm 
Charlie Rose  "Elegy"  A preview of the film Elegy with director Isabel Coixet and actors Penelope Cruz and Dennis Hopper. D
12:01 am 
Teaching Reading 3-5 Workshop  "Classroom Program 11. Choosing Words Strategically"  NULL
12:29 am 
Teaching Reading 3-5 Workshop  "Classroom Program 12. Revising for Clarity"  NULL
1:01 am 
Social Studies In Action: A Teaching Practices Library, K-12  "Caring for the Community"  Debbie Lerner teaches grades 1–3 at Red Bridge Elementary School in Kansas City, Missouri. Red Bridge incorporates a personalized learning curriculum in which students stay in the same classroom for all three grade levels. Ms. Lerner. D
1:29 am 
Social Studies In Action: A Teaching Practices Library, K-12  "Leaders, Community, and Citizens"  Cynthia Vaughn teaches first grade at the Rooftop Alternative School in San Francisco, California. The objective of Ms. Vaughn. D
2:01 am 
Constitution, The: That Delicate Balance  "Immigration Reform"  The rights of legal and illegal aliens to employment and to medical and educational services arendebated by U.S. Court of Appeals judge Arlin Adams, Notre Dame president Rev. TheodorenHesburgh, and immigration officials and journalists. D
3:01 am 
Democracy In America  "Elections: The Maintenance of Democracy"  This program explores the crucial role of strategy in the two-stage electoral campaign system; the opportunities for citizens to choose, organize, and elect candidates who will pursue policies they favor; and the need for campaigns to increase voter turnout by educating citizens about the importance and influence of their vote. D
3:30 am 
Democracy In America  "Interest Groups: Organizing to Influence"  This program shows how America's large number of corporate, citizen-action, and grass-roots interest groups enhance our representative process by giving citizens a role in shaping policy agendas. D
4:01 am 
Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition  "Power of the Situation"  This program examines how our beliefs and behavior can be influenced and manipulated by other people and subtle situational forces, and how social psychologists study human behavior within its broader social context. With Dr. Ellen Langer of Harvard University and Dr. Philip Zimbardo of Stanford University. D
4:30 am 
Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition  "Constructing Social Reality"  Many factors contribute to our interpretation of reality. This program demonstrates how understanding the psychological processes that govern our behavior may help us to become more empathetic and independent members of society. With Steven Hassan, M.Ed. D
5:00 am 
New Jewish Cuisine with Jeff Nathan and Friends  "All About Legumes"  Chef Jeffrey Nathan creates a special menu utilizing one of nature's most nutritious foods: the legume. Recipes include grilled Yemen salmon with fried black beans and Tuscan white bean soup. D
5:30 am 
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen  "Shoulders and Butts"  Raichlen grills American, Caribbean and Balinese-style pork shoulder. He also prepares pit-roasted pork served with pickled onions and salsa.G
6:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Sevilla"  In the flamboyant city of Carmen and Don Juan, Rick finds that bullfighting is still politically correct and little girls dream of growing up to become flamenco dancers. He finds the city's soul in its lacy Moorish palace, massive cathedral, lavish royal tombs, labyrinthine Jewish Quarter and the people-filled streets.G
6:30 am 
Rudy Maxa's World  "Thailand, Andaman Islands"  Dramatic limestone cliffs and rock formations jut from translucent waters of Phang-nga Bay.G
7:00 am 
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
7:30 am 
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
8:00 am 
Katie Brown Workshop  "A Perfect Shower"  Celebrate life's special moments with simple projects - a flower box invitation and a row of roses - and recipes for turkey sausage skewers, tapenade puff pastries and crab crostini. D
8:30 am 
Scrapbook Memories  "Letters"  Wendy Smedley shares a letter project. Barbara Kotsos shows how to use text and photos as background paper. Amy Pilkington has an additional letter idea.G
9:00 am 
America Sews with Sue Hausmann  "Sew with Your Feet"  Guest Jared Collins demonstrates a variety of sewing machine accessory feet - pin tuck, circular sewing, free motion, stippling and decorative stitching.G
9:30 am 
Best of the Joy of Painting  "Falls in the Glen"  Visit this deep wooded valley with Bob Ross and get a double surprise -- two beautiful waterfalls!. D
10:00 am 
Master Class at Johnson & Wales  "Pepper Potpourri"  Whether stuffed, pureed, or sauteed, different colored peppers are a favorite among chefs and Johnson & Wales chefs demonstrate why with some colorful and delicious recipes. Chef Ed Brown, from New York City's celebrated seafood restaurant, prepares one of his signature dishes. SWEET PEPPER CRAB CAKES WITH RED PEPPER COULIS; Wild Salmon with Roasted Vegetable Relish. D
10:30 am 
Baking with Julia  "Program 13"  Host Julia Child observes California's well-know baking teacher Flo Braker as she demonstrates the classic French technique for creating Ladyfingers Genoise, the batter of which is used as the base for a variety of miniature decorative cakes. D
11:01 am 
Reactions In Chemistry  "Workshop 5. Chemical Design"  This program deals with basic concepts that are required for the understanding of chemical design. The idea is brought about by experiences from everyday life, such as the stoichiometry of baking, the ingredients of soft drinks, the components of drugs, and the chromatography of markers. The tools of the chemical designer — the chemist — are found in the laboratory, and the procedure which leads to the development of new materials is based on scientific investigation. D
12:01 pm 
Teaching Reading 3-5 Workshop  "Classroom Program 13. Reading Across The Curriculum"  NULL
12:29 pm 
Teaching Reading 3-5 Workshop  "Classroom Program 14. Looking at Cause and Effect"  NULL
1:01 pm 
Social Studies In Action: A Teaching Practices Library, K-12  "Celebrations of Light"  Eileen Mesmer teaches a combined kindergarten and first–grade class in Salem, Massachusetts, a diverse community outside Boston. Ms. Mesmer asks her students to explore the many ways the holidays are celebrated and to find commonalities among the various celebrations. Ms. Mesmer reads to the students from "The Winter Solstice," using it to help students understand the greater theme of community. D
1:30 pm 
Social Studies In Action: A Teaching Practices Library, K-12  "Making Bread Together"  Meylin Gonzalez is a kindergarten teacher in Tampa, Florida. Ms. Gonzalez uses this lesson to introduce her students to several economic concepts, including production and cooperation. Using a children. D
2:01 pm 
Constitution, The: That Delicate Balance  "Affirmative Action Versus Reverse Discrimination"  Are quotas based on sex or race unconstitutional? Participants include Ellen Goodman, formernEEOC chair Eleanor Holmes Norton, Washington Post columnist William Raspberry, andnUnited Federation of Teachers president Albert Shanker.n. D
3:01 pm 
Democracy In America  "Global Politics: U.S.A. and the World"  This program examines the need for the United States to use the tools of foreign policy in ways that recognize the growing interdependence of nations. D
3:30 pm 
Economics U$A  "International Trade"  This program discusses the effects of international trade, tariffs, and quotas versus free trade. Updated 2002. D
4:01 pm 
Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition  "Psychopathology"  The major types of mental illness are presented. Schizophrenia, phobias, and affective disorders are described, along with the major factors that affect them. D
4:29 pm 
Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition  "Psychotherapy"  This program surveys the relationships among theory, research, and practice, and how treatment of psychological disorders has been influenced by historical, cultural, and social forces. With Dr. Hans Strupp of Vanderbilt University and the late Dr. Rollo May. D
5:00 pm 
New Jewish Cuisine with Jeff Nathan and Friends  "All About Legumes"  Chef Jeffrey Nathan creates a special menu utilizing one of nature's most nutritious foods: the legume. Recipes include grilled Yemen salmon with fried black beans and Tuscan white bean soup. D
5:30 pm 
Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen  "Shoulders and Butts"  Raichlen grills American, Caribbean and Balinese-style pork shoulder. He also prepares pit-roasted pork served with pickled onions and salsa.G
6:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Sevilla"  In the flamboyant city of Carmen and Don Juan, Rick finds that bullfighting is still politically correct and little girls dream of growing up to become flamenco dancers. He finds the city's soul in its lacy Moorish palace, massive cathedral, lavish royal tombs, labyrinthine Jewish Quarter and the people-filled streets.G
6:30 pm 
Rudy Maxa's World  "Thailand, Andaman Islands"  Dramatic limestone cliffs and rock formations jut from translucent waters of Phang-nga Bay.G
7:00 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
7:30 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
8:00 pm 
Katie Brown Workshop  "A Perfect Shower"  Celebrate life's special moments with simple projects - a flower box invitation and a row of roses - and recipes for turkey sausage skewers, tapenade puff pastries and crab crostini. D
8:30 pm 
Scrapbook Memories  "Letters"  Wendy Smedley shares a letter project. Barbara Kotsos shows how to use text and photos as background paper. Amy Pilkington has an additional letter idea.G
9:00 pm 
America Sews with Sue Hausmann  "Sew with Your Feet"  Guest Jared Collins demonstrates a variety of sewing machine accessory feet - pin tuck, circular sewing, free motion, stippling and decorative stitching.G
9:30 pm 
Best of the Joy of Painting  "Falls in the Glen"  Visit this deep wooded valley with Bob Ross and get a double surprise -- two beautiful waterfalls!. D
10:00 pm 
Master Class at Johnson & Wales  "Pepper Potpourri"  Whether stuffed, pureed, or sauteed, different colored peppers are a favorite among chefs and Johnson & Wales chefs demonstrate why with some colorful and delicious recipes. Chef Ed Brown, from New York City's celebrated seafood restaurant, prepares one of his signature dishes. SWEET PEPPER CRAB CAKES WITH RED PEPPER COULIS; Wild Salmon with Roasted Vegetable Relish. D
10:30 pm 
Baking with Julia  "Program 13"  Host Julia Child observes California's well-know baking teacher Flo Braker as she demonstrates the classic French technique for creating Ladyfingers Genoise, the batter of which is used as the base for a variety of miniature decorative cakes. D
11:01 pm 
Reactions In Chemistry  "Workshop 5. Chemical Design"  This program deals with basic concepts that are required for the understanding of chemical design. The idea is brought about by experiences from everyday life, such as the stoichiometry of baking, the ingredients of soft drinks, the components of drugs, and the chromatography of markers. The tools of the chemical designer — the chemist — are found in the laboratory, and the procedure which leads to the development of new materials is based on scientific investigation. D
12:00 am 
1:00 am 
1:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   Gov. Bill Ritter (D - Colorado)/Thurston Clarke (author). D
2:00 am 
Churchill  "The Last Prize"  Explore the later life of Winston Churchill, the embodiment of Britain and the age of imperial grandeur. Part 3 of 3G
3:00 am 
Charlie Rose  "Imran Khan"  A conversation with Imran Khan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party. D
4:00 am 
Scully/The World Show  "Stephen Jarislowsky"  In uncertain times, protecting your investments, and not getting fleeced, are as important as having money in the first place. No one has practiced this prudence as well as Stephen Jarislowsky. Sometimes referred to as the Canadian Warren Buffett, Jarislowsky is a strong proponent of starting to invest young, then staying in for the long-term and thereby reaping the benefits of compounding. D
4:30 am 
Scully/The World Show  "Jack Welch - Part Two"  This week features the summer reprise of the second part of Bob's discussion with famed CEO Jack Welch. As the former head of General Electric, Welch fought his way to the top by expecting the best of himself and the people around him. On this edition of The World Show, he continues to delve into the ideas around corporate culture, while weighing in on board governance, executive compensation and even the managerial shortfalls of the Iraq war. D
5:00 am 
Expose: America's Investigative Reports  "Sustained Outrage"  The 2006 Sago mine disaster left 12 coal miners dead, and earned a dark place in American history and memory. For nearly two days in Upshur County, West Virginia, family and friends gathered, awaiting news of their loved ones, and just before midnight on January 3 cries of joy and relief rang out: "Twelve alive! Twelve alive!" Unfortunately, the families were given false information; only one man survived. The outrage and horror of Sago would make worldwide headlines. D
5:30 am 
P.O.V.  "Johnny Cash: The Man, His World, His Music"  Director-Cinematographer Robert Elstrom captures the dark intensity and raw talent of the Man in Black at a career peak. Cash is seen performing with his new bride, June Carter Cash, in a duet with Bob Dylan, and behind the scenes with friends, family and aspiring musicians.G
7:00 am 
Wide Angle  "A Woman Among Warlords"  This episode follows the parliamentary campaign of Malalai Joya, 28, who became one of Afghanistan?s most famous ? and infamous ? women in 2003.G
8:00 am 
Churchill  "The Last Prize"  Explore the later life of Winston Churchill, the embodiment of Britain and the age of imperial grandeur. Part 3 of 3G
9:00 am 
Tavis Smiley   Ron Suskind (journalist/author)/Joe Cocker (singer). D
9:30 am 
Tavis Smiley   Gov. Bill Ritter (D - Colorado)/Thurston Clarke (author). D
10:00 am 
Scully/The World Show  "Stephen Jarislowsky"  In uncertain times, protecting your investments, and not getting fleeced, are as important as having money in the first place. No one has practiced this prudence as well as Stephen Jarislowsky. Sometimes referred to as the Canadian Warren Buffett, Jarislowsky is a strong proponent of starting to invest young, then staying in for the long-term and thereby reaping the benefits of compounding. D
10:30 am 
Scully/The World Show  "Jack Welch - Part Two"  This week features the summer reprise of the second part of Bob's discussion with famed CEO Jack Welch. As the former head of General Electric, Welch fought his way to the top by expecting the best of himself and the people around him. On this edition of The World Show, he continues to delve into the ideas around corporate culture, while weighing in on board governance, executive compensation and even the managerial shortfalls of the Iraq war. D
11:00 am 
Expose: America's Investigative Reports  "Sustained Outrage"  The 2006 Sago mine disaster left 12 coal miners dead, and earned a dark place in American history and memory. For nearly two days in Upshur County, West Virginia, family and friends gathered, awaiting news of their loved ones, and just before midnight on January 3 cries of joy and relief rang out: "Twelve alive! Twelve alive!" Unfortunately, the families were given false information; only one man survived. The outrage and horror of Sago would make worldwide headlines. D
11:30 am 
P.O.V.  "Johnny Cash: The Man, His World, His Music"  Director-Cinematographer Robert Elstrom captures the dark intensity and raw talent of the Man in Black at a career peak. Cash is seen performing with his new bride, June Carter Cash, in a duet with Bob Dylan, and behind the scenes with friends, family and aspiring musicians.G
1:00 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
1:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Dalai Lama In Idaho"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with guests about the visit the Dali Lama made to Idaho in 2005G
2:00 pm 
Charlie Rose  "Imran Khan"  A conversation with Imran Khan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party. D
3:00 pm 
Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers  "Surgical Slimmers"  Despite the risks, people are lining up to solve their weight problems in the operating room. Alda learns about the latest device, an implantable stomach "pacer," that may tempt millions more to take the surgical way out.G
3:30 pm 
Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers  "Cars That Think"  Alda learns of engineering work that would enable cars to watch for hazards, respond to voice controls, read a driver's lips, and detect a distracted driver.G
4:00 pm 
NOVA  "Nova scienceNOW"  Neil deGrasse Tyson is host for this fast-paced science newsmagazine.G
5:00 pm 
NOVA  "Dimming Sun"  Even as the planet heats up, researchers discover that increasing air pollution in earth's atmosphere allows less and less sunlight to reach the surface, a global dimming that is linked to severe droughts. NOVA examines how this effect might also be slowing down global warming, creating a climate conundrum.G
6:00 pm 
Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers  "Surgical Slimmers"  Despite the risks, people are lining up to solve their weight problems in the operating room. Alda learns about the latest device, an implantable stomach "pacer," that may tempt millions more to take the surgical way out.G
6:30 pm 
Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers  "Cars That Think"  Alda learns of engineering work that would enable cars to watch for hazards, respond to voice controls, read a driver's lips, and detect a distracted driver.G
7:00 pm 
8:00 pm 
8:30 pm 
BBC World News   NULL
9:00 pm 
Barbara Morgan: No Limits   Producer Marcia Franklin traces Barbara Morgan's 23-year odyssey from McCall elementary teacher to space-veteran astronaut. Vintage footage, photos and interviews with friends, colleagues, students and family weave a tale of perseverance and resolve.G
10:00 pm 
NOVA  "Dimming Sun"  Even as the planet heats up, researchers discover that increasing air pollution in earth's atmosphere allows less and less sunlight to reach the surface, a global dimming that is linked to severe droughts. NOVA examines how this effect might also be slowing down global warming, creating a climate conundrum.G
11:00 pm 
Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers  "Surgical Slimmers"  Despite the risks, people are lining up to solve their weight problems in the operating room. Alda learns about the latest device, an implantable stomach "pacer," that may tempt millions more to take the surgical way out.G
11:30 pm 
Alan Alda in Scientific American Frontiers  "Cars That Think"  Alda learns of engineering work that would enable cars to watch for hazards, respond to voice controls, read a driver's lips, and detect a distracted driver.G

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