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February 20, 2017
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5:00 pm 
Odd Squad  "Happy Halfiversary/Good Egg Bad Egg"  Happy Halfiversary - The agents celebrate an important milestone in their partnership. Curriculum: Using a calendar; Understanding how many days in a week and how many months in a year. Good Egg Bad Egg - The agents try to determine what kind of creature will hatch from an egg. D
5:30 pm 
Nightly Business Report   Tonight on a special edition Nightly Business Report, we'll talk business and budgets as President Trump closes out his first month in the White House. D
5:56 pm 
NewsHour Promo   NULL
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
7:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Palm Springs, Hour One"  Journey to Palm Springs for vintage and antique finds such as a 1965 Noah Purifoy sculpture, Carroll O'Connor's Archie Bunker coat, ca. 1970, and a Franz Bergman foundry Vienna bronze lamp from around 1920. Can you guess which is valued at $125,000?. D
8:00 pm 
Globe Trekker  "Tough Trains: Cuba's Sugar Railroads"  Cuba was one of the first countries in the world to build a railway, starting all the way back in 1837. At the time, Cuba was the world's largest sugar producer, and its early railways were designed not with passengers in mind, but to transport sugarcane to the mills, and refined sugar to the ports. In this episode, host Ian Wright goes on an eye-opening and hair-raising train journey across the Caribbean island of Cuba. D
9:00 pm 
The Talk - Race In America   In the wake of recent tragic and fatal events between men of color and law enforcement, learn how black and Hispanic families counsel their kids to stay safe if they are stopped by the police. D
11:00 pm 
Charlie Rose   NULL
5:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
6:00 pm 
Globe Trekker  "Tough Trains: Cuba's Sugar Railroads"  Cuba was one of the first countries in the world to build a railway, starting all the way back in 1837. At the time, Cuba was the world's largest sugar producer, and its early railways were designed not with passengers in mind, but to transport sugarcane to the mills, and refined sugar to the ports. In this episode, host Ian Wright goes on an eye-opening and hair-raising train journey across the Caribbean island of Cuba. D
7:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "The Outfitters"  Idaho's outfitting industry has always attracted colorful characters: the ones completely at home leading a pack string down a mountain trail, or piloting a raft through one of the state's many Class IV rapids. This is an industry with a major impact on Idaho's economy, its image, and its outdoor resources. "The Outfitters" profiles some of these men and women, tasked with connecting us to the natural world; and in the process we discover why Idaho is a national leader in the licensing and regulating of this important industry.G
7:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Author Isabel Wilkerson"  The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist talks with host Marcia Franklin. Wilkerson devoted 15 years to researching and writing The Warmth of Other Suns, a book about the great migration of African-Americans from the South to other parts of the country. She and Franklin discuss the book, the reasons for the migration, and its influence on the country.G
8:00 pm 
Idaho Reports   The Idaho Reports crew provides reporting and analysis of Idaho issues around the state and in Congress.G
9:00 pm 
Oregon Field Guide  "Buzz Holmstrom & 1 Million Plants in a Year"  Oregon river legend, Buzz Holstrom, was the first person to run the entire length of the Green and Colorado rivers, including through the Grand Canyon. He died mysteriously from a gunshot while rafting the Grand Ronde.G
9:30 pm 
Music Voyager  "From D.C. to Cajun Country"  Music Voyager host Jacob Edgar continues his Road to a GRAMMY journey by meeting up with GRAMMY winner India. Arie in Washington D.C. Dobet Gnahore, a stunning singer from west Africa, who shares a GRAMMY nomination with India. D
10:00 pm 
Globe Trekker  "Tough Trains: Cuba's Sugar Railroads"  Cuba was one of the first countries in the world to build a railway, starting all the way back in 1837. At the time, Cuba was the world's largest sugar producer, and its early railways were designed not with passengers in mind, but to transport sugarcane to the mills, and refined sugar to the ports. In this episode, host Ian Wright goes on an eye-opening and hair-raising train journey across the Caribbean island of Cuba. D
11:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "The Outfitters"  Idaho's outfitting industry has always attracted colorful characters: the ones completely at home leading a pack string down a mountain trail, or piloting a raft through one of the state's many Class IV rapids. This is an industry with a major impact on Idaho's economy, its image, and its outdoor resources. "The Outfitters" profiles some of these men and women, tasked with connecting us to the natural world; and in the process we discover why Idaho is a national leader in the licensing and regulating of this important industry.G
11:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Author Isabel Wilkerson"  The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist talks with host Marcia Franklin. Wilkerson devoted 15 years to researching and writing The Warmth of Other Suns, a book about the great migration of African-Americans from the South to other parts of the country. She and Franklin discuss the book, the reasons for the migration, and its influence on the country.G
5:00 pm 
Growing a Greener World  "A Year In The Life Of A Beginning Beekeeper (Atlanta, GA; Mt. Airy, NC)"  Once you get past the buzz of backyard beekeeping, what's the reality? This episode tracks the first year of newbie beekeeper Joe Lamp'l: selecting the best equipment, physically taking possession of thousands of live bees, installing them in a proper hive, harvesting the honey, and dealing with the inevitable challenges along the way. With a Master Beekeeper offering expert advice as well as incredible visuals of the honeybee's secret world, this episode is a must-see. D
5:30 pm 
Cyberchase  "Crystal Clear"  When Digit's systems go wonky, Motherboard sends him to the caves that house the Synchronizer, the beautiful crystal that keeps all borgs correctly timed. But before he can be put back in sync, he gets a glitch and tosses his crystal synchrometer into a tunnel and then flies off the wrong way down into a deep, dark chasm. Called in to help, Jackie, Matt and Inez meet Jules, the cave's timid guard, who teams up with them to find the synchrometer (using the unique geometry of crystals) and to find Digit, who's hopelessly lost. D
6:00 pm 
Quilting Arts  "Inspired By Nature"  There are so many plants and animals giving us patterns, colors and simply inspiring us to create. Fiber artist Sue Reno talks about finding creative inspiration in her environment; her work features native plants, as well as images of animal skeletons. Close inspection of nature is also evident in the work of Jane Sassaman's quilts. D
6:30 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "A Frosty Tradition, Part 5"  In the final episode of this series, Jerry takes his viewers through the process of painting in the final details and highlights. He shows how to paint the features on the snowman's face, buttons, scarf, and adds the branches for his hands. Then Jerry details the mailbox by adding the red flag. D
7:00 pm 
Ellie's Real Good Food  "Herbivore VS Carnivore"  He's a meat eater. She's a vegetarian. Their kitchen has become a battleground. D
7:30 pm 
Chef's Life  "Stand By Your Cabbage"  Vivian's summer itinerary picks up with a 14-day photoshoot as she preps for a first-time trip to Feast Portland. Before heading out west, Sam Jones and Miss Lillie share old school cabbage recipes that influence the dish she prepares for festival goers. While on the road, Vivian trusts John and Justise to hold down the fort back home. D
8:00 pm 
This Old House  "Arlington Arts & Crafts Details Make the House Beautiful"  The kitchen island countertop is installed and the crew starts on a fieldstone wall in the front yard. Wallpaper covers a new secret door in the upstairs foyer. In the basement, Richard checks the finished heating, cooling and ventilation systems. D
8:30 pm 
Globe Trekker  "Wild West USA"  In this Globe Trekker special, Zay Harding, Sami Sabiti, Holly Morris, Justine Shapiro and Ian Wright explore the extraordinary history of America's spectacular Wild West. Sami starts the journey by following Lewis & Clark's 3700 mile journey of exploration from 1804, Zay visits the location of the most famous siege in the history of the Wild West - the Alamo, Justine visits the site of the first discovery of the California Gold Rush, Holly joins the annual re-ride of the 2000 mile Pony Express route, and Ian heads to the Little Bighorn battlefield in Montana, the site of Custer's famous Last Stand in 1876. D
9:30 pm 
Lidia's Kitchen  "Quick and Delicious Braises"  Lidia loves long cooking techniques and braising but often, one just wants to prepare quick and delicious meals using the same technique. In this episode, she teaches the viewer to do just that. Her first dish is a velvety lettuce soup in a fontina gratin; she then makes a juicy but super quick pork tenderloin with balsamic onions. D
10:00 pm 
Cook's Country  "Chinese Comes Home"  Test cook Bridget Lancaster revives a classic recipe for chicken chow mein. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for slow cookers. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate slow-cooker Chinese barbecued pork. D
10:30 pm 
Simply Ming  "Jeremy Sewell"  Have you ever wanted to cook a whole fish by yourself? Boston chef Jeremy Sewell will show you how! The James Beard award-winner makes whole black sea bass with ginger tomatoes, pesto and crispy squash blossoms. Meanwhile, Ming shows off his skills by cooking a whole steamed and flashed sea bass. Don't miss out, this week on Simply Ming!. D
11:00 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Seafood Gets Smoked"  It's a simple formula-seafood plus salt plus wood smoke-but the results are richly flavorful and complex. In this show, you'll learn essential seafood smoking techniques, from brining and curing to cold- and hot-smoking. Smoked shrimp and corn chowder, New Orleans barbecued shrimp, whisky-cured salmon, and salmon candy-all get the smoke treatment. D
11:30 pm 
Islands Without Cars with Kira Hesser  "The Greek Island of Hydra"  Hesser finds that a visit to Hydra is also an exploration of American and British expatriate writers and artists who have responded to the Siren's call and reinvented their lives on the tiny, preserved, architectural and historical landmark. Hydra is the only developed Greek island without cars. Part 5 of 6G
5:00 pm 
Jackie Robinson  "Part One"  Robinson rises from humble origins to integrate Major League Baseball, performing brilliantly despite the threats and abuse he faces on and off the field and, in the process, challenges the prejudiced notions of what a black man can achieve. D
7:00 pm 
Local USA  "Veterans Coming Home: Women in the Military"  America has 165,000 women enlisted and active, and an additional 35, 000 serving as officers - but our female soldiers are still fighting a battle of perception. Five shorts from the Veterans Coming Home Project looks at women in the military. From Nashville Public Television, WIFE, MOTHER, SOLDIER is the story of a female vet who held the line on the battlefield while her civilian husband held the line at home. D
7:30 pm 
On Story  "A Conversation with Damon Lindelof, Co-Creator of Lost and Co-writer/Producer STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS"  Damon Lindelof discusses his hand in some of the most celebrated and scrutinized works of science fiction over the past five years, and how much of their success is attributed to writing stories that leave a lot up to one's imagination. Followed by Martin Rosete's allegorical short film, VOICE OVER, about a few extreme situations that literally take your breath away. D
8:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour   NULL
9:00 pm 
Nightly Business Report   Tonight on a special edition Nightly Business Report, we'll talk business and budgets as President Trump closes out his first month in the White House. D
9:30 pm 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Looking Back - After almost 20 years of distinctive coverage of religion on mainstream television, Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly is coming to an end. In its last two episodes, the series will be looking back at some of its most memorable reports and interviews. This week, longtime host Bob Abernethy remembers some of the many faith leaders he has profiled. D
10:00 pm 
Charlie Rose   NULL
11:00 pm 
The Sturgeon Queens   At the respective ages of 100 and 92, Hattie Russ Gold and her sister Anne Russ Federman are the two surviving daughters of Joel Russ, founder of the famed New York City lox and herring emporium Russ & Daughters. The documentary traces four generations of Russ family history, which in many ways mirrors the history of the Lower East Side itself. Honored by scores of film festivals, this captivating program serves as a testament to a quintessential New York establishment and the Jewish community it was created to serve.G

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