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August 8, 2008
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5:30 am 
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  "Mister Rogers Talks About Going to School"  Mister Rogers talks about teachers and some of the ways they help children to learn. He talks with a school bus driver and takes a ride on a bus. The first week of school is a big event for children, but it is also a big event for parents!G
6:00 am 
Peep and the Big Wide World  "Quack Hatches An Egg/The Whatchamacallit"  Quack Hatches an Egg - Quack decides that a baby duck would make his pond even more perfect than it already is. The kids are expecting. They're expecting chicks to hatch. D
6:30 am 
Arthur  "Arthur's Underwear/Francine Frensky, Olympic Rider"  Arthur thinks it s hilarious when Binky's pants split during class until he starts having nightmares about it happening to him. Francine wants to be an Olympic equestrian, but it turns out her prissy sister Catherine is a much better rider.G
7:00 am 
Curious George  "A Bridge to Farm/Monkey Fever"  When George sees six stranded chicks on an island in a pond, it's monkey to the rescue!G
7:30 am 
Clifford The Big Red Dog  "Birdy Makes Three/Home Is Where The Fun Is"  And Birdy Makes Three - When Emily finds a baby bird, she decides to take care of it until it learns to fly. Clifford learns that even when she's busy with other things Emily never stops loving him. Home Is Where the Fun Is - First, Emily feels jealous that Jetta gets to go and see the amazing Titanic Tower in the exciting big city. D
8:00 am 
Super Why!  "Humpty Dumpty"  Poor Pig is stuck at the tippy top of his brand new slide, and is afraid to come down! The Super Readers fly into the Humpty Dumpty book to find out how he'll get down from that wall. All the King's horses and all the King's men may not be able to help Humpty, but the Super Readers can! In the process, everyone learns a lesson about giving encouragement.G
8:30 am 
Dragon Tales  "Musical Scales/Hand In Hand"  Musical Scales - Max taught Zak and Wheezie a song in Spanish and English that they have practiced very hard to perform for Princess Kidoodle. As Max, Emmy, and Enrique (who is conspicuously wearing a new hat) arrive, they meet Cassie and Ord, who are puzzled that Zak and Wheezie refuse to come out. The group travels down to the twins' cave where they find Zak and Wheezie hiding - mortified that they are shedding their beautiful scales! After several failed attempts to cover their bare spots, the twins decide to cancel the show. D
9:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Grouch News Network"  Oscar the Grouch is the host of the Grouch News Network- all grouchy, all disgustin', all yucky news, all the time. The stories are starting off grouchy enough, but they're ending up really nice. First, Cookie Monster is upset when his cookie breaks in half, but thanks to Oscar, he realizes that he now has 2 half cookies. D
10:00 am 
It's A Big Big World  "Balance/Ick Alone"  Wartz is upset that he can't seesaw. Ick is afraid of Burdette because some birds eat fish.G
10:30 am 
WordWorld  "Dancing Dog/Pig's Big Moonlight Feast"  Dancing Dog - It's the day of the Word World Concert and no one is more excited than Dog - he loves music. Unfortunately, he can't play an instrument. With the help of his good friend Bear, Dog discovers that anyone can make music! Pig's Big Moonlight Feast - When Pig is too sick to cook the Moonlight Feast, his friends step in, but they find that if you don't follow the recipe you may end up "in the soup. D
11:00 am 
Caillou  "Caillou Outdoors!"  Shoo, Shoo Bird, Fly Away - When birds keep eating the seeds in Mommy and Caillou's newly planted garden, they come up with the idea of making a scarecrow. It's fun picking out the clothes and drawing pictures for the face too. Caillou even imagines he's a scarecrow himself! When they are finished their scarecrow Rosie's noisy pie plates prove to be the final ingredient needed to scare away the birds! Caillou's Road Trip - One fine day the family is going on a car trip. D
11:30 am 
Barney & Friends  "Best In Show and the Chase"  Best in Show: When the kids decide to have a Dog Show to show off their pets, BJ feels a little left out. He doesn't have a dog, and he sure wishes he did! A friend from the park shares her dog with BJ so he can join in the fun. Everyone has a great time and realizes that all of their dogs are winners! Educational theme: Sharing. D
12:00 pm 
Teletubbies  "Flower Planting"  Children plant some flowers. The Teletubbies are coming and going. They watch Lewis who is going for a walk with his nanny. He puts on his boots and off they go. They walk through lots of leaves and come to some mud. The Teletubbies dance a dizzy dance.G
12:30 pm 
Zoboomafoo  "H2o"  The pond in Animal Junction has dried up and two lion cubs and all the animals who live there are thirsty! The Kratt Brothers take a trip to Africa to check out some amazing water creatures.G
1:00 pm 
Between the Lions  "Treats!"  An advertising Dream Team-creators of the Lions' favorite "Wheaty Meat Treats" spot-is hired to create a commercial for the library. But it seems the team needs a little help. Guest Stars: Vanessa Williams, Oliver Platt & Jon Stewart. Designated Reader: Melissa Etheridge. Key word: treat. Target vowel: ea.G
1:30 pm 
Wishbone  "The Roamin' Nose"  Inspired by Virgil's "The Aeneid"--After 8th grade graduation, the adults reminisce about their high school days and the kids explore their hopes and fears for the future. Wishbone remembers Aeneas, who faced an uncertain future but whose exciting adventures led him across the western world to found the great Roman Empire. D
2:00 pm 
Curious George  "A Bridge to Farm/Monkey Fever"  When George sees six stranded chicks on an island in a pond, it's monkey to the rescue!G
2:30 pm 
WordGirl  "Jerky Jerk/Becky's Birthday"  JERKY JERK: When Becky/WG's class takes a trip to the local museum, she must stop the Butcher from stealing their famous artifact: the ancient Beef Jerky of Supreme Power. Vocabulary Words: Clumsy/Supreme. BECKY'S BIRTHDAY: WG/Becky battles an expanding Energy Monster while her parents plan a surprise birthday party for Becky. D
3:00 pm 
Maya & Miguel  "The Bet"  When Maya comes to believe that Miguel has grown overly obsessed with playing videogames, she challenges him to go cold turkey. He agrees --on the condition that she refrain from meddling in other people's business. Whoever gives in first will do the other's chores for two weeks. D
3:30 pm 
Cyberchase  "Cool It"  Determined to destroy Motherboard in any way possible, Hacker cleverly clogs up her cooling system. Digit brings the kids into cyberspace to help fix her, but the special coolant Motherboard needs is found only in Castleblanca and the supply is closely monitored.G
4:00 pm 
Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman  "The Mystery of the Missing Thing in the Haunted Castle"  Ruff tells the kids about the legend of his great, great, great, great, great, great grandfather Ruffael Ruffmanowitz who lived in spooky Hammond Castle with the famed inventor John Hayes Hammond. Ruff sends the whole team out to Hammond Castle to retrieve Ruffmanowitz's lost invention. Oh, and by the way, did anyone mention the castle is haunted by ghost cats?. D
4:30 pm 
Arthur  "Arthur's Underwear/Francine Frensky, Olympic Rider"  Arthur thinks it s hilarious when Binky's pants split during class until he starts having nightmares about it happening to him. Francine wants to be an Olympic equestrian, but it turns out her prissy sister Catherine is a much better rider.G
5:00 pm 
WordWorld  "Dancing Dog/Pig's Big Moonlight Feast"  Dancing Dog - It's the day of the Word World Concert and no one is more excited than Dog - he loves music. Unfortunately, he can't play an instrument. With the help of his good friend Bear, Dog discovers that anyone can make music! Pig's Big Moonlight Feast - When Pig is too sick to cook the Moonlight Feast, his friends step in, but they find that if you don't follow the recipe you may end up "in the soup. D
5:30 pm 
6:00 pm 
7:00 pm 
7:30 pm 
NOW on PBS  "Inside Pakistan"  When Pakistani filmmaker Sabiha Sumar chose to make a film about democracy in her country, she didn't just request a traditional interview with President Musharraf: she insisted on a formal dinner. To her surprise, the man who ran Pakistan for nearly eight years agreed, and Sumar spent the evening grilling Musharraf about the state of affairs in their sharply polarized culture. Sumar's documentary "My Dinner with the President," intercuts the dinner discourse with candid interviews with a wide range Pakistanis, from religious fundamentalists to partiers on a Pakistani beach. D
8:00 pm 
Bill Moyers Journal  "Exploiting Poverty"  As more companies view low-income Americans as opportunities for profit, the "poverty business" is booming. Bill Moyers Journal and Expose: America's Investigative Reports follow a team of BusinessWeek reporters as they track new corporate practices among auto dealers, banks, and even nonprofit hospitals that some say exploit the working poor. D
9:00 pm 
Foreign Exchange   This week on Foreign Exchange: The Real News Network operates online and accepts only member donations to fund its work. They take no advertising, no government funding, and no corporate underwriting. Can Real News re-invent journalism on donations alone? Plus, we'll visit an elite Chinese prep school, and we'll ask if globalization has done any good. D
9:30 pm 
My Family  "Owed to Susan"  NULL
10:00 pm 
Soundstage  "Kenny Chesney"  The four-time ACM Entertainer of the Year blows the roof off with party anthem opener "Beer in Mexico. The performance includes heartland ballads and feel-good sing-alongs.G
11:00 pm 
Charlie Rose   NULL
5:30 am 
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen  "Northern California"  The menu includes Hog Island BBQ oysters, grilled tenderloin in herb crust, duck under a brick with grilled figs and Martha's wedding salmon.G
6:00 am 
Rick Steves' Europe  "England's Bath & York"  Rick takes in Medieval York and Georgian Bath, both easy sidetrips from London. He explores Roman hot springs, cruises canals, and marvels at England's finest Gothic church.G
6:30 am 
Travelscope  "Valencia, Spain"  Travelscope goes to sunny Valencia to rub shoulders with the locals at their cafes, pubs and local markets. Joseph visits the city's textile and ceramic artisans and gets the inside story on Las Fallas - Valencia's yearly fiery celebration. D
7:00 am 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Sun and Shade in the Garden Home"  Smith shows how to make areas of full sun and deep shade come alive with beautiful plants.G
7:30 am 
This Old House  "New Orleans Project, Part 1"  The crew head for Louisiana to help a fourth-generation resident of the Lower Ninth ward return home to New Orleans. Homeowner Rashida Ferdinand shows host Kevin O'Connor why she loves her 1892 flood-damaged shotgun single and artist's studio. She relates her plans to restore and expand the property after a two-year vacancy following hurricane Katrina.G
8:00 am 
For Your Home  "Family Room Makeover"  When your kids grow up so should your den. Faux finish expert Bob Nulf helps create the look of real wood trim. Vicki and Sloan change the mood with easy updates, comfortable but chic furniture and sophisticated accessories. D
8:30 am 
Cultivating Life  "Glass"  Topics include building a cold frame for growing produce outside all year long, making summer rolls with cellophane noodles and using recycled glass for mulch.G
9:00 am 
Paint Paper and Crafts  "Tic, Tac, Tag"  Priscilla Hauser, the first lady of decorative painting, paints on fabric; Sloan makes thank you tags; and Kirsten Jones does dots and stripes. D
9:30 am 
Donna Dewberry Show  "Bed of Tulips"  Donna creates a heavily textured canvas filled with red and yellow tulips. She uses the same theme to decorate an apron.G
10:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "More Low-Fat Makeovers"  Kitchen experts deliver low-fat versions of macaroni and cheese and chicken Parmesan with tomato sauce.G
10:30 am 
Lidia's Italy  "To Crumb Or Not to Crumb"  Lidia checks out the architecture and prized produce - radicchio - of Treviso. In the kitchen, Lidia and Chef Mark Ladner indulge in risotto with radicchio and a peach tart with cocoa almond crust.G
11:01 am 
Reactions In Chemistry  "Workshop 6. Chemistry of Life"  This program discusses the chemistry of the wonders of life. It starts off with the way life began, and goes on to deal with the structure and function of biological molecules. It emphasizes the value of relating chemical principles to biology studies, and states that living organisms are huge chemical systems in equilibrium. D
12:01 pm 
Teaching Reading 3-5 Workshop  "Classroom Program 15. Close Reading for Understanding"  NULL
12:29 pm 
Teaching Reading 3-5 Workshop  "Classroom Program 16. Summarizing Nonfiction"  NULL
1:01 pm 
Social Studies In Action: A Teaching Practices Library, K-12  "Explorers In North America"  Rob Cuddi, a fifth–grade teacher at Winthrop Middle School in Winthrop, Massachusetts, has been teaching for almost 30 years and has recently taken an active role in restructuring the social studies curriculum to accommodate both state and national standards. Mr. Cuddi. D
1:30 pm 
Social Studies In Action: A Teaching Practices Library, K-12  "Making A Difference Through Giving"  Darlene Jones–Inge is a fourth–grade teacher at O. D
2:01 pm 
Constitution, The: That Delicate Balance  "Federalism"  How much power the federal government can wield over state and local affairs is debated in thisnfinal episode. Among those featured are Senators Orrin Hatch and Daniel Moynihan andnColumbia University professor Diane Ravitch.nn. D
3:01 pm 
Power of Place: Geography for the 21st Century, The  "One Earth, Many Scales"  Lost in Space? Geography Training for Astronauts. D
3:29 pm 
Power of Place: Geography for the 21st Century, The  "Boundaries and Borderlands"  Twin Cities, Divided Lives. D
4:01 pm 
Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition  "Health, Mind, and Behavior"  This program presents a rethinking of the relationship between mind and body. A new bio-psychosocial model is replacing the traditional biomedical model. With Dr. Judith Rodin of the University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Neal Miller of Yale University. D
4:29 pm 
Discovering Psychology: Updated Edition  "Applying Psychology In Life"  Psychology is currently being applied in innovative ways to practical situations in the areas of human factors, law, and conflict negotiation. With Dr. Malcolm Cohen of NASA Ames Research Center, Dr. Stephen Ceci of Cornell University, and Dr. James Maas of Cornell University. New. D
5:00 pm 
Ciao Italia  "Funghi - Mushrooms"  Mary Ann has enough mushrooms to start a mushroom farm herself. Instead she creates a Mushroom Soup so unique and creative that it's guaranteed to be unlike any soup you've ever tasted. Then she prepares crunchy, aromatic Mushroom Meatballs and finishes with a Mushroom Sauce that's perfect for pasta when you're in the mood for something different. D
5:30 pm 
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen  "Northern California"  The menu includes Hog Island BBQ oysters, grilled tenderloin in herb crust, duck under a brick with grilled figs and Martha's wedding salmon.G
6:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "England's Bath & York"  Rick takes in Medieval York and Georgian Bath, both easy sidetrips from London. He explores Roman hot springs, cruises canals, and marvels at England's finest Gothic church.G
6:30 pm 
Travelscope  "Valencia, Spain"  Travelscope goes to sunny Valencia to rub shoulders with the locals at their cafes, pubs and local markets. Joseph visits the city's textile and ceramic artisans and gets the inside story on Las Fallas - Valencia's yearly fiery celebration. D
7:00 pm 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Sun and Shade in the Garden Home"  Smith shows how to make areas of full sun and deep shade come alive with beautiful plants.G
7:30 pm 
This Old House  "New Orleans Project, Part 1"  The crew head for Louisiana to help a fourth-generation resident of the Lower Ninth ward return home to New Orleans. Homeowner Rashida Ferdinand shows host Kevin O'Connor why she loves her 1892 flood-damaged shotgun single and artist's studio. She relates her plans to restore and expand the property after a two-year vacancy following hurricane Katrina.G
8:00 pm 
For Your Home  "Family Room Makeover"  When your kids grow up so should your den. Faux finish expert Bob Nulf helps create the look of real wood trim. Vicki and Sloan change the mood with easy updates, comfortable but chic furniture and sophisticated accessories. D
8:30 pm 
Cultivating Life  "Glass"  Topics include building a cold frame for growing produce outside all year long, making summer rolls with cellophane noodles and using recycled glass for mulch.G
9:00 pm 
Paint Paper and Crafts  "Tic, Tac, Tag"  Priscilla Hauser, the first lady of decorative painting, paints on fabric; Sloan makes thank you tags; and Kirsten Jones does dots and stripes. D
9:30 pm 
Donna Dewberry Show  "Bed of Tulips"  Donna creates a heavily textured canvas filled with red and yellow tulips. She uses the same theme to decorate an apron.G
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "More Low-Fat Makeovers"  Kitchen experts deliver low-fat versions of macaroni and cheese and chicken Parmesan with tomato sauce.G
10:30 pm 
Lidia's Italy  "To Crumb Or Not to Crumb"  Lidia checks out the architecture and prized produce - radicchio - of Treviso. In the kitchen, Lidia and Chef Mark Ladner indulge in risotto with radicchio and a peach tart with cocoa almond crust.G
11:01 pm 
Reactions In Chemistry  "Workshop 6. Chemistry of Life"  This program discusses the chemistry of the wonders of life. It starts off with the way life began, and goes on to deal with the structure and function of biological molecules. It emphasizes the value of relating chemical principles to biology studies, and states that living organisms are huge chemical systems in equilibrium. D
6:00 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
7:00 am 
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
7:30 am 
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
8:00 am 
At Close Range with National Geographic   Photographer Joel Sartore shoots in some of the most exotic locales on earth for the noted magazine. He has been chased by bears, wolves, alligators and musk oxen as he pursues the perfect image for an article and then watches thousands of images whittled down to 10 or 20.G
9:00 am 
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 am 
Think Tank With Ben Wattenberg  "Was Norman Rockwell A Great Artist?"  Think Tank revisits the work of one of America's best-loved illustrators, Norman Rockwell. Many of the 322 covers Rockwell painted for The Saturday Evening Post have left an indelible mark on our nation's conscious. But does Rockwell transcend illustration? Is he a great artist? To find out, Think Tank is joined by: Anne Knutson, guest curator at the High Museum of Art and co-curator of " Norman Rockwell: Pictures for the American People. D
10:30 am 
Second Opinion: Taking Charge of Your Health Care  "Colon Cancer"  We all know about Katie Couric's on-air colonoscopy, but do we really know why screening is so important? Colon cancer is completely preventable through screening, but which screening techniques work and which ones don't? When should you start being screened and how often? And are you at high risk of developing colon cancer? Can what you eat affect your chances of developing colon cancer? Second Opinion answers these questions and more. D
11:00 am 
NOVA  "Nova scienceNOW"  Neil deGrasse Tyson is host for this fast-paced science newsmagazine.G
12:00 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
1:00 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
1:30 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
2:00 pm 
Charlie Rose  "Elegy"  A preview of the film Elegy with director Isabel Coixet and actors Penelope Cruz and Dennis Hopper. D
3:00 pm 
War of the World  "The Clash of Empires"  Economic volatility, ethnic conflict and empires in crisis spawn the 20th century's bloodiest conflicts and leading the brutal regimes of Germany, Japan and Russia. The stretch of violence begins with Japan's invasion of Russia in 1904. Part 1 of 3G
4:00 pm 
Fire and Ice   This program tells the story of Russia's invasion of Finland during the months leading up to World War II. Combining dramatic recreations of the fighting and first-person interviews, this program documents how Finnish resistance, in the face of superior technology and troop numbers, shaped the conduct and allegiances of the World War that followed. D
5:00 pm 
Last Ridge   On a freezing winter night in February 1945, the U.S. Army's 10th Mountain Division accomplished the impossible: they scaled a 2,000-foot cliff in northern Italy to knock the seemingly invincible Germans from their impenetrable perch. THE LAST RIDGE recounts the remarkable story of the legendary 10th Mountain Division, whose extraordinary efforts turned the tide for the Allied forces in Italy, revolutionized winter mountain warfare abroad, transformed winter sports and inspired an entire generation of soldiers.G
6:00 pm 
War of the World  "The Clash of Empires"  Economic volatility, ethnic conflict and empires in crisis spawn the 20th century's bloodiest conflicts and leading the brutal regimes of Germany, Japan and Russia. The stretch of violence begins with Japan's invasion of Russia in 1904. Part 1 of 3G
7:00 pm 
8:00 pm 
8:30 pm 
BBC World News   NULL
9:00 pm 
Fire and Ice   This program tells the story of Russia's invasion of Finland during the months leading up to World War II. Combining dramatic recreations of the fighting and first-person interviews, this program documents how Finnish resistance, in the face of superior technology and troop numbers, shaped the conduct and allegiances of the World War that followed. D
10:00 pm 
Last Ridge   On a freezing winter night in February 1945, the U.S. Army's 10th Mountain Division accomplished the impossible: they scaled a 2,000-foot cliff in northern Italy to knock the seemingly invincible Germans from their impenetrable perch. THE LAST RIDGE recounts the remarkable story of the legendary 10th Mountain Division, whose extraordinary efforts turned the tide for the Allied forces in Italy, revolutionized winter mountain warfare abroad, transformed winter sports and inspired an entire generation of soldiers.G
11:00 pm 
War of the World  "The Clash of Empires"  Economic volatility, ethnic conflict and empires in crisis spawn the 20th century's bloodiest conflicts and leading the brutal regimes of Germany, Japan and Russia. The stretch of violence begins with Japan's invasion of Russia in 1904. Part 1 of 3G

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