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1:00 am 
Angle of Attack  "Part Two"  The second part of this two-part documentary series begins with the potential demise of naval aviation, as many in the military establishment promote nuclear weapons and pronounce carrier aviation obsolete.G

2:00 am 
Pioneers In Aviation: The Race to the Moon  "The War Years"  The clouds of war gather over Europe and by the summer of 1940, all of Western Europe is a German stronghold and England is under attack. President Franklin D. Roosevelt calls on the captains of America's aviation industry, declaring America must become "the Arsenal of Democracy." Donald Douglas takes the lead with guidance from Dutch Kindelberger. Part 2 of 3G

3:00 am 
Unfinished Nation  "Voices of Reform"  Emergence of romanticism in literature and art. The transcendentalists and utopian societies. Reform movements that emerged from the Second Great Awakening. A closer look at the temperance movement, the abolitionists movement, and women's suffrage efforts: their leaders and effects on each other.G

3:30 am 
Unfinished Nation  "Manifest Destiny?"  American expansion into the west. Tensions between Mexico and the United States over Texas. The Mexican War and its aftermath. Discovery of gold in California in 1848, and the rush for riches. How the gold rush changed lives of the Californios and Native Americans, the Chinese workers and those lured by the luster of gold.G

4:00 am 
Unfinished Nation  "The Way We Were?"  Sources of economic growth: government spending, suburban development, rise of the West. Capital, labor, and the new economies. Expansion of science and technology. The consuming nation. The family?changing roles and expectations.G

4:30 am 
Unfinished Nation  "The Other America"  People on the margins: rural and inner city poverty. Civil Rights movement: Brown v. Board of Education, expansion of the movement. Eisenhower's Republicanism: the welfare state, the decline of McCarthyism, and the Cold War continued.G

5:00 am 
Inside Out  "Out of Balance"  Samuel Barondes, author of Better Than Prozac characterizes psychological disorders as "exaggerations of what we all experience." But these disorders that fill hundreds of pages in the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual make life more challenging for our neighbor next door and across the world. This episode looks at the incidence and symptoms of anxiety disorders, in all of their many variations, and personality disorders. D

5:30 am 
Inside Out  "Going to Extremes"  David Myers refers to depression as the "common cold of psychological disorders." This episode looks at the two major categories of mood disorders - depression and bipolar disorder - and at the cluster of psychoses known as schizophrenia. The very personal experiences of psychologists Kay Redfield Jamison, author of The Unquiet Mind, and Stephen Hinshaw, author of The Years of Silence are Past, adds a significant dimension to the experience and understanding of these illnesses. D

6:00 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   American Dream - Lucky Severson interviews University of Massachusetts sociology professor Tom Juravich, Serene Jones, president of Union Theological Seminary and John Carr director of the Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life at Georgetown University about today's American society and what's happening to the American dream that life would be better for each succeeding generation. Coventry Cathedral - On November 14th, 1940, the German Luftwaffe targeted the city of Coventry, in the British West Midlands, with a bombing blitz that caused massive destruction to its 14th Century Gothic cathedral. In response, church officials vowed to seek peace rather than revenge and began a ministry to promote dialogue, healing and reconciliation. D

6:30 am 
Start Up  "Pack Only What You Kneed!"  Gary and the crew venture to NYC, to speak to Helen, who, with the help of her two sons, created 'Lo & Sons," a line of stylish and practical carryall handbags and travel totes. They, they head to Detroit, to visit Robert and Sherri of "Detroit Mercantile," a boutique for the urban pioneer offering a collection of new and vintage local items. And last, they travel to Milwaukee, to chat with Judi, who started "It'z My Party Cakery," a family owned and operated bakery that knows how to sweeten any celebration. 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  "All in the Pantry"  Lidia prepares quick meals right out of the pantry-perfect when you're in a hurry (or just want to clean out your cabinets!). Learn to make hearty Pasta and Bean Soup, flavorful Spaghetti with Quick Pantry Sauce, and a delicate spaghettini with Olive Oil and Rosemary. D

8:00 am 
Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking  "Harlem, NY: Chefs Marcus Samuelsson and Jonathan Waxman"  Pete is joined by two legendary New York chefs to highlight diverse local flavors, after they gather fresh ingredients from the Harlem Farmer's Market. Pete also heads down to Brooklyn to gather pickles from the Brooklyn Brine Company. D

8:30 am 
Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  "Oaxaca's Live-Fire Cooking"  Everything tastes better cooked over a wood or charcoal fire - at least that's the Oaxacan credo. From soup to barbacoa, burning embers influence the flavor of Oaxaca's food in just the right ways. For starters, Rick guides us through the "taco corridor" at the 20 de Noviembre market just off the main square in Oaxaca. D

9:00 am 
The Jazzy Vegetarian  "30-Minute Vegetarian"  Host Laura Theodore prepares a quick, "good-for-you meal," in under 30-minutes. The menu features tangy "Pasta with Broccoli and Sun Dried Tomatoes," "Warm Bakery Bread with Herbed Dipping Oil," and "Avocado Cashew Salad." Laura even includes a refreshing dessert; "Frozen Banana Creamy with Cocoa Dust. D

9:30 am 
Martha Bakes  "Croissants"  A buttery croissant can be the perfect way to start the day, and with Martha's recipes and tips, you'll be able to make them at home. Learn how to make a classic crispy, light, flaky croissant - perfect with jam and butter. Next it's everyone's favorite - pain au chocolat, and then on to mini ham and cheese croissants and pain aux raisins. D

10:00 am 
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence  "Passport to Sardinia"  The island of Sardinia is one of Joanne's favorite places. She created a menu to take her student Di there, fregola with clams and tomatoes and a yellow and green bean salad with cherry tomatoes and basil. Recipes: Roasted Olives with Orange, Bay and Fennel, Fregola, Clams and Tomatoes, and Yellow and Green Bean Salad with Cherry Tomatoes and Basil. D

10:30 am 
Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen  "Sweet On Texas"  Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to a Texas favorite, Tres Leches Cake. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of sweetened condensed milk. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make Magic Chocolate Flan Cake. D

11:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Company's Coming"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the Best Prime Rib and perfectly Roasted Brussels Sprouts at home. Finally, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of premium butters. D

11:30 am 
Scrapbook Soup  "Meeting of Art and Craft"  Join us as we mix art, craft and scrapbook for a delicious result. Scrapbook meets art and craft as we write on gesso, learn a technique for making decorative tissue tape with Sara Naumann, and embellish our way to a great frame using a hoop with Vicki O'Dell. D

12:00 pm 
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell  "Trademark of Spring, Part 4"  In this session Jerry shows how to begin the highlighting process on the large Oak tree and use of the #6 bristle brush to begin blocking in the red flowers and Blue Bonnets as well as painting in the small rocks along the edges of the road. Jerry paints in the cast shadow from the tree. Special emphasis on proper brush angle to create close-up Blue Bonnets as well as rough sketch of the fence and house in background. D

12:30 pm 
Aviators   Radial Engines: Anthony learns about the one-of a-kind sound and look of radial engines. Aerial Refueling: In-air refueling brings new meaning to the term "close flight" as we profile the KC-135 Stratotanker and its crew. D

1:00 pm 
This Old House  "Jersey Shore Rebuilds 2013/Go with the Flow"  Roger learns about barrier island ecology, while the Bay Head job is in limbo waiting for FEMA. Breakaway walls and flood vents are installed in Point Pleasant, and Rita's modular cape is steaming along. Alex Burke shows Roger which plants and trees survived Sandy's salty onslaught, which didn't, and how to landscape for the future on a barrier island. D

1:30 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Replacing A Leaky Skylight/Repairing A Noisy Toilet"  Tommy and Kevin replace a leaky skylight. Richard repairs a noisy toilet. And the guys ask, "What is it?". D

2:00 pm 
The Woodwright's Shop  "Swinging Saw Vise"  A mysterious old saw-sharpening vise reveals its secrets as Roy duplicates its beveled bridle joints and chamfered chops. D

2:30 pm 
Rough Cut - Woodworking with Tommy Mac  "Bent Lamination Chair"  For this episode of Rough Cut, we're building an amazing bent lamination chair that's perfect for any home. Host Tommy MacDonald shows viewers how to bend wood into a form using a jig that he made himself and our Rough Cut Road Trip takes us to the International Contemporary Furniture Show in New York. D

3:00 pm 

3:30 pm 
America's Heartland   Meet a Minnesota artist who created a career in painting cows. Travel to a Nebraska "art farm". Head for Colorado where one artist uses a huge canvas to celebrate rural living. D

4:00 pm 
NOVA  "Making Stuff: Safer"  This chapter asks the question: Is it possible to engineer a safe world for humans? Host David Pogue explores the extent to which science and technology can protect humankind from monumental forces of nature such as earthquakes and epidemics.G

5:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "How Dollarocracy Is Destroying America"  The money and power behind this week's election results confirm what everybody knows: democracy is under siege. We, the People, don't control our leaders; moneyed interests get their way. Corporations are free to buy politicians, judges, and elections with virtually unlimited cash, and big media conglomerates reap billions from political advertising. D

6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend   On Saturday, drug companies and the State of Maine are locked in a battle that pits savings against safety: Maine employers and consumers say that importing prescription pharmaceuticals from foreign mail-order pharmacies saves them a lot of money. They convinced legislators to pass a law legalizing imports. The drug industry and the state's pharmacists say imports can be dangerous, even deadly, while supporters of the law say there's no danger because the drugs are identical to those in the U.S. D

6:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "European Travel Skills, Part 3"  As Rick brings his 3,000-mile trek to its finish, he reinforces the skill he calls the most rewarding of all - connecting with the locals, not forgetting essential skills such as eating and sleeping well and packing light. Part 3 of 3G

7:00 pm 
The Lawrence Welk Show  "Tribute to Irving Berlin"  Sandi, Gail and Mary Lou join Dick Dale for "Play a Simple Melody." Bobby and Cissy give elegance a whole new meaning on "Let's Face the Music and Dance." The band plays a rousing medley from Annie Get Your Gun.G

8:00 pm 
Last of the Summer Wine  "The Dewhirsts of Ogleby Hall"  Foggy decides to have a coat of arms made after convincing himself that he may have some blue blood in his veins.G

8:30 pm 
Keeping Up Appearances - The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket   Hyacinth is stung to lose first prize at the local craft fair for her floral table decoration and to a social rival.G

9:00 pm 
As Time Goes By  "A Weekend Away"  Jean and Lionel find themselves alone for the weekend. Lionel finds his book cover photograph distasteful.G

9:30 pm 
The Cafe  "Reap What You Sow - Part 2"  Richard worries whether he has chosen the right bride. Phil is leaving Weston and hopes his parting words to Sarah will inspire her to tell Richard how she really feels about him, even if it is too late. Part 2 of 2G

10:00 pm 
The Red Green Show  "The Lost Dog"  Lodge members go in search of a lost dog in Possum Woods. Red demonstrates creative ways to keep a dog at home.G

10:30 pm 
My Family  "The Heart of Christmas - Part 2"  Newly qualified as a massage therapist, Abi decides to pay for her and Roger's room by working in the hotel spa, leaving Roger jealous of her clients. Janey sets out to find a gift that tops Kenzo's dad's pony. Alfie needs help to find Uncle Idis, who has wandered off again. Part 2 of 2G

11:00 pm 
Doctor Who Series  "Asylum of the Daleks"  Season 7 begins with The Doctor, Amy and Rory individually kidnapped by the Daleks, who send them on an assignment the Daleks themselves are afraid to do. The Doctor and his companions find themselves on a prison planet for insane Daleks, who quickly close in on them. The Doctor realizes he must find an escape route to save their lives and possibly the Ponds' marriage.G

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