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March 1, 2014
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6:00 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Solitary Confinement - The debate over whether some prisoners should be locked up by themselves heated up this week as a Senate subcommittee held hearings on the practice and the New York State prison system agreed to new guidelines for the maximum length of time prisoners may be placed in solitary. Meanwhile, a growing faith-based movement says the abuse of solitary confinement violates religious values. In the United States there are an estimated 80 thousand prisoners now locked up in small cells, 23 hours a day, sometimes for more than 40 years. D
6:30 am 
Start Up  "You Are So Goudaful, to Me"  Gary and they crew head to Washington, DC, to talk to Carolyn, who started "Righteous Cheese," a shop that is all about pairing good food, good drinks and good company. Then they travel to NYC to meet with Constance, the founder of "Hot Girls Pearls," a line of fashionable accessories that are keeping women cool. And Last, they venture to Detroit, to speak with Burkey, a craftsman who began "Four Chamber Forge," a brand that features a variety of one-of-a-kind, handmade wood and leather creations. D
7:00 am 
Second Opinion  "Autism"  As many as one out of every 110 children in the United States will be diagnosed with autism, yet many people are unaware of the full spectrum of autism disorders. Hear about the signs that can help with an early diagnosis and the treatments that can make a difference. D
7:30 am 
Lidia's Kitchen  "Rice Is Twice As Nice"  Lidia teaches viewers to make creamy Clam and Scallion Risotto with tomatoes. She uses the left over risotto to create a Neapolitan Rice and Meat Mold and serves it with a refreshing green salad. D
8:00 am 
America's Home Cooking: One Skillet Meals   Chris Fennimore and Nancy Polinsky team up for this special featuring talented home cooks and their one-skillet meals. These cherished family recipes include hearty soups, stews and cheesy casseroles that move from the stove to the table in one pan. The "no-fuss" recipes also include steak pizzaiola, skillet Reubens, spaghetti with clams and apple skillet cobbler.G
10:00 am 
Easy Yoga: The Secret to Strength and Balance with Peggy Cappy   Discover how yoga can aid anyone, of any age, who wants to increase strength and mobility. Peggy Cappy shows how yoga poses can increase range of motion, improve awareness of the body, help prevent bone loss and keep metabolism running efficiently. D
11:00 am 
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions for You   We all have financial issues and problems. Suze Orman's latest special sharply focuses on her helping individual viewers "find financial solutions for you." As always, Suze's advice is based not just on numbers, but on a critical understanding of ourselves and our emotional needs. D
1:00 pm 
Dr. Wayne Dyer: I Can See Clearly Now   Dr. Wayne Dyer presents personal stories as well as various philosophical and poetic illustrations to explain that each of our lives is a tapestry composed of all of the choices we've made and will make. There are no wrong roads taken once we understand the forces propelling us towards our life's purpose. D
4:00 pm 
Earth Songs   Inspired by decades of National Geographic specials, the BBC Planet Earth series, and the beauty of our terrestrial home, EARTH SONGS gently guides the viewer through a journey of ageless wisdom, inspiring poetry and stunning footage of Mother Earth. For more than two years, filmmaker Brian Luke Seaward traveled to many of the world's most pristine locations -- Patagonia (Chile), the Caribbean, Iceland, the Canadian Rockies, Hawaii, Greenland, Alaska, Peru and New Zealand - capturing the Earth's beauty in ways that are rarely seen. Set to a musical score performed by Grammy-nominated artists - including Michael Hoppe, Brian Keane, Secret Garden, Keola Beamer, Zach Bergen, Min TZe Wu and Nigel Holton - the program celebrates the planet's scenic beauty and precious wildlife. D
5:00 pm 
Rick Steves' Italy: Cities of Dreams   Travel guru Rick Steves tours the ancient glories and back-street riches of three Italian cities - Rome, Venice and Florence. Starting in Florence, he beholds art by Fra Angelico, Botticelli and Michelangelo before savoring Florentine-style steak. In Rome, he ventures into the rustic neighborhoods of Trastevere and the Ghetto, before setting off for Venice.G
7:00 pm 
Daniel O'Donnell Stand Beside Me   This rousing concert celebration of Irish, country, gospel, rock, movie tunes and longtime fan favorites includes performances of "Que Sera, Sera," "That's Amore," "Our Anniversary," "Silver Wings," "Blaze of Glory" and many more. Joining Daniel on stage is his six-piece band, backup vocalists, and singing partner of 26 years, Mary Duff.G
8:30 pm 
Joe Bonamassa: Tour De Force - Live In London   This special is drawn from four different concerts on four different nights in four different venues. Together they chronicle the guitarist's rise from the intimate club environment of the 200-seat capacity Borderline to the Royal Albert Hall. Each evening is marked by a unique theme with different set lists, arrangements and ensembles. The journey begins in The Borderline with a three-piece band.G
10:00 pm 
Bee Gees One Night Only   This 1997 concert at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, is one of the very few Bee Gees performances filmed. The music special showcases many of the group's disco and pop hits. The Gibb brothers, who comprised the Bee Gees, sang three-part harmony and wrote their own hit songs. Two of the three siblings have died - Maurice in 2004 and Robin in 2012. Barry continues to perform as a solo act.G
11:32 pm 
Doctor Who Series  "The Curse of the Black Spot"  The TARDIS is marooned onboard a 17th-century pirate ship whose crew members are being lured to their death by a beautiful siren. When the captain's son is taken, the implacable pirate must place his life in the Doctor's hands and with him, take an extraordinary leap of faith.G
6:00 am 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "A Snowy Day/Tutu All The Time"  A Snowy Day: It's snowing in the Neighborhood! Miss Elaina is coming over to Daniel's house to play in the snow. When it's time to go outside, Mom Tiger helps Daniel change out of his pajamas into clothes that will keep him warm and he learns how important it is to choose the proper clothes. Tutu All the Time: Katerina is wearing her favorite sparkly tutu at school today! She likes to wear it all the time, even when she's painting and playing "grizzly bear" with her friends. D
6:30 am 
Sid The Science Kid  "No More Changes"  Sid isn't too thrilled that his favorite shirt shrunk, his shoes don't fit anymore and his Mom changed his favorite toothpaste. He really wants to ask, "Why do things have to change?" Sid discovers that change is a natural part of the world as he and his friends review lessons learned from change and transformation such as decay, growth, and change caused by heat. D
7:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Lights, Camera, Bert"  Ernie and Elmo help Bert tap into his imagination as he acts out different scenes for a movie. Educational Objective: Self-Regulation (EF). D
8:00 am 
Curious George  "George Buys A Kite/Train of Light"  Curious George Buys a Kite - After a gust of wind destroys their kite, George and Bill are determined to buy the Ultimate Kite on display at Ada & Luke's country store. Luckily, Bill & George's Excellent Job Service finds enough work to keep their weekend schedule filled with money making chores--until rain prevents the duo from completing their outdoor tasks. Can their precise schedule be rearranged to do the inside chores while it's raining and complete the outdoor tasks when it's sunny or will Bill and George's Excellent Job Service go out of business? Train of Light - During a trip to Mabel's Department Store, George helps wrap presents, watches himself on TV, rides the escalator, and becomes fascinated by a lamp that casts a shadow of a moving train onto the wall. D
8:30 am 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Paper Chase/A Polar Adventure"  Paper Chase - Sally and Nick are making paper airplanes, but have run out of paper! Luckily Cat's friend Dr. Twiggles can help them! Off to the Woody Wood Woods to see him. There, Dr. Twiggles shows them how to make new paper out of old paper - recycling! They watch how the old paper is shredded, then water and cleaner are added to make it into a thick, soupy mess! Then they put it through rollers that flatten it into large sheets of paper! Now Nick and Sally can make their airplanes, and the best part, they used recycled paper! A Polar Adventure - Nick and Sally have lost Teddy outside, they need to find him, bears don't like the snow! Well some bears do, proclaims the Cat. In Freeze-Your-Knees-Snowland, Cat's friend Polly the polar bear loves the snow! They meet Polly and her two bear cubs and learn how their thick fur keeps them warm and how their long claws keep them from slipping on the ice. D
9:00 am 
Peg + Cat  "The Race Car Problem/The Big Gig Problem"  The Race Car Problem - Junk Yard/Race Track Stadium. Peg and Cat rebuild their homemade race car, "Hot Buttered Lightnin'," to compete in the Talla-peg-a 20 race. Primary Content: More than, less than; Secondary Content: Solid shapes. D
9:30 am 
Dinosaur Train  "The Egg Stealer?/To The Grandparents' Nest We Go!"  Buddy and Don stumble upon a mystery when they find unhatched eggs on their beach, The mystery grows when some of the eggs are stolen. Don and Buddy become detectives and suspect that maybe Tiny, Shiny, or other friends may be stealing the eggs. They're not. D
10:00 am 
Peg + Cat  "The Slop Problem/The Birthday Present Problem"  The Slop Problem - The Farm. Peg and Cat enlist the Teens to help them figure out how to clean filthy farm animals of various sizes. Primary Content: More, less; Secondary Content: Counting by fives up to 25. D
10:30 am 
Wild Kratts  "Seasquatch"  The Kratt brothers' sub loses power while they are exploring the strange landscape of the ocean depths and they are trapped on the ocean floor of the deep sea. Aviva must figure out how to harness the energy from the deep sea's hydrothermal vents in order to save the brothers and return them to the surface. The Wild Kratts team learns all about the amazing process of chemosynthesis and how deep sea creatures transform toxic chemicals into energy. D
11:00 am 
Super Why!  "The Story of the Tooth Fairy"  Whyatt has lost his very first tooth! When his mom tells Whyatt that the Tooth Fairy will come and take his tooth, Whyatt wants to know what happens if he wants to KEEP it? Super Why and his friends decide the best person to ask is the Tooth Fairy herself, so they set off to meet her in person. With a little bit of magic (and a little bit of floss) the reading heroes are able to get all their questions answered.G
11:30 am 
WordGirl  "Two Brains Quartet/Big's Big Bounce"  Two Brains Quartet - For the city's centennial celebration the Mayor promises to unveil its 100 year old cheese wheel to the winner of the Barbershop Quartet Competition. Both the Botsford family and Dr. Two Brains are assembling talented groups. Will Dr. Two Brains be able to sing his way to victory and run away with the city's oldest and most valuable cheese? Vocabulary Words: Melodious, Quartet. D
12:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Canyonlands Calling"  Cameras roam desert expanses, narrow canyons, mountains and rock formations of the southwest corner of Idaho. Participants reveal how eight years of collaborative effort among many interests can culminate in the federal Owyhee Initiative that includes many uses, including designated wilderness.G
12:30 pm 
Chef's Life  "A Peanut Pastime"  Vivian visits neighbor Marty Harper's peanut farm just before and during harvest. Vivian's dad introduces Ben and Vivian to the old school break snack, a pack of salted peanuts dumped into a Pepsi in a glass bottle. At the restaurant, Vivian translates the snack into Pepsi glazed pork belly with country ham braised peanuts. D
1:00 pm 
Katie Brown Workshop  "Kids and Fruit"  Get the kids busy and interested in fun and healthy fruit dip sticks, lemon sorbet wedges and orange cake, and with projects like an orange bird feeder and fruit creatures. D
1:30 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "A Farmer's Icon, Part 4"  In the final stage of this painting, Jerry continues highlighting the barn, adds the details of the fence, broken boards and a gate. Pure pigment is utilized to brighten the barn and the use of a script brush will add the necessary cracks and holes in the wood of the barn. Jerry uses the complementary colors and highlights in and around the barn to create the focal point in a bright and cheerful painting. D
2:00 pm 
Essential Pepin  "Egg-Ceptional"  Mollet Eggs Florentine; Eggs In Ramekins; Eggs En Cocotte; Scrambled Eggs In Bread Cases With Candied Oyster Mushrooms; Fines Herbs Omelet; Mushroom Omelet; Flat Potato Omelet. D
2:30 pm 
On Story  "Constructing Comic Book Movies"  The creative minds behind the films THOR, THE AVENGERS, HULK, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, ELEKTRA, THE GREEN LANTERN, X-MEN: THE LAST STAND, X2, and X-MEN: FIRST CLASS divulge the complexities of memorable heroes and villains, and how some of the best supernatural films tap into the most basic of human elements. Followed by John Mitchell's SUPER POWERS, a lively short film about a husband and wife who try to salvage their love-life by dressing as superheroes, and find they save more than just their marriage when they're forced out of their apartment fully costumed. In this episode: Ashley Miller, Zak Penn, Michael Green, John Turman. D
3:00 pm 
Dialogue  "Behind The Scenes at POV"  Host Marcia Franklin interviews Simon Kilmurry, executive director and producer of the documentary film series POV, during his recent visit to Idaho. They discuss how films are chosen for the series and the state of independent non-fiction film.G
3:30 pm 
MotorWeek   NULL
4:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Sunday Brunch"  Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make foolproof Cinnamon Swirl Bread. Then, gadget guru Lisa McManus reveals her favorite pancake dispenser, and Chris answers questions from viewers. Next, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make perfect Baked Eggs Florentine at home, and science expert Guy Crosby explains the science behind perfect baked eggs. D
4:30 pm 
Crafting at the Spotted Canary  "Things That Wrap A Gift"  Sharing is the fun of giving and the gift-wrap should be as memorable as the gift itself. There are so many ways to make a present unique. From decorating the wrap, to creating tags with photos to making a special gift bag - simple touches make wrapping a gift simple and unique. D
5:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Baton Rouge, Hour Two"  Highlights include a Louisiana political poster, found in a pile of garbage on the side of the road, appraised for $3,000 to $4,000; three paintings by New Orleans artists and Newcomb pottery founders William and Ellsworth Woodward, worth about $30,000 to $50,000; and a NASA photograph collection brought by a former employee who served as one of the test directors for the Zero-G airplane, valued at $35,000 to $45,000. Part 2 of 3G
6:00 pm 
Music City Roots: Live from the Loveless Cafe   A high contrast night at the Loveless Barn as raw and raspy folk stomper Langhorne Slim sets up a smoother set of rocking blue-eyed soul by American Idol finalist Paul McDonald and his wife actress Niki Reed. Also, acoustic guitar alchemy from Bill Mize and gospel rock from Annabelle's Curse. D
7:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "The Shins/Dr. Dog"  This show highlights two alternative rock groups. The Shins play from their latest recording Port of Morrow while Dr. Dog performs selections from Be the Void.G
8:00 pm 
Over Hawai'i   This off-the-beaten-path tour of Hawai'i's six major islands and popular visitor destinations interweaves visuals with insights into distinctive landscapes and the islands' culture. Local people share facts about the geology, plants and animals, along with ancient stories and traditional beliefs that still play important roles in today's Hawaiian life.G
9:30 pm 
Sun Studio Sessions  "Will Sexton"  The songwriter has credits that range from Waylon Jennings to Stephen Stills. Here he is joined by Amy LaVere and Allison Mosshart (from Jack White's band Dead Weather). Sexton performs several of his songs and talks about his approach to songwriting.G
10:00 pm 
Music City Roots: Live from the Loveless Cafe   A high contrast night at the Loveless Barn as raw and raspy folk stomper Langhorne Slim sets up a smoother set of rocking blue-eyed soul by American Idol finalist Paul McDonald and his wife actress Niki Reed. Also, acoustic guitar alchemy from Bill Mize and gospel rock from Annabelle's Curse. D
11:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "The Shins/Dr. Dog"  This show highlights two alternative rock groups. The Shins play from their latest recording Port of Morrow while Dr. Dog performs selections from Be the Void.G
6:00 am 
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen  "Louisiana and the Gulf Coast"  Raichlen collects regional treats, including new shrimp and smokies, grilled blackened catfish with fennel and Cajun roasting chicken on a beer can.G
6:30 am 
Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co.: Our Food Heritage  "Spanish Rule"  Spain was one of the first countries to explore the New World and was responsible for Louisiana's system of laws, the architecture of the "French" quarter and the food markets of New Orleans. Dr. Paul E. Hoffman introduces us to early Spanish Louisiana. Chef Folse along with Tee Wayne Abshire and Ricky Breaux demonstrate how to make jambalaya, one of Louisiana's most common dishes, which was inspired by Spanish paella. D
7:00 am 
Chef John Besh's Family Table   Garlicky Baked Oysters; Marinated Crab Fingers; Seafood Gumbo. D
7:30 am 
Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co.: Our Food Heritage  "Italian Immigration to America"  Oppression, religious freedom, heavy taxes and deplorable working conditions brought many immigrants to the New World. The Italians were no different. Disappointed and betrayed by their government, many Sicilians emigrated from the harbor of Palermo to the port of New Orleans. D
8:00 am 
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen  "Louisiana Tribute"  This show explores the state's culinary traditions with grill-top shrimp boil, Cajun tuna pip#rade and fire-licked sushi-grade tuna steaks.G
8:30 am 
Nick Stellino Cooking with Friends  "Cajun Chicken & Salad"  Chef Stellino welcomes good friend and Chef Kent Rathbun of Abacus & Jaspar's, in Dallas. Chef Rathbun shares his recipe for Cajun Roasted Chicken Breasts with Shrimp Jambalaya Hash. Nick prepares a Bread and Tomato Salad with Arugula. D
9:00 am 
Blood Sugar Solution with Dr. Mark Hyman   In this 90-minute public television special, Dr. Mark Hyman explains what "diabesity" is, outlines the underlying causes that drive the problem, and provides a personalized, 4-step plan to help you overcome diabesity. He explains how we can all take back our health as individuals, as a community, and as a society. The program will radically change the way you think about your body, your lifestyle, and the power you have to change your health. D
10:30 am 
Simply Ming  "Jody Adams & Cooking Greens"  We're all supposed to eat more greens, but how do you cook them? Well, Chef Jody Adams knows her foliage and she's going to help Ming make it tasty on the fly on this episode of Simply Ming. D
11:00 am 
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home  "Shellfish"  Julia and Jacques share their skills to make mussels marini re, moules ravigots, classic shrimp cocktail and mignonette sauce.G
11:30 am 
Lidia's Italy In America  "Three Quick and Easy Italian Dinners"  In this episode, Lidia makes three dishes that can be made any day of the week. Cauliflower Soup, Spaghetti with Tomatoes and Capers, Orecchiette with Artichokes & Bacon are the highlights in this episode. Lidia then visits Dino Cortopassi, owner of Corto Olive near Sacramento California to hear his family's colorful culinary history. D
12:00 pm 
Habitable Planet, The  "Biodiversity Decline"  Species are being lost at a rapid rate in rainforests and coral reefs. Yet many species still have not been discovered. Tropical scientists struggle to keep ahead of the bulldozers as they work to understand this complex ecosystem. D
12:30 pm 
Habitable Planet, The  "Energy Challenges"  Global energy use increases by the day. Polluting the atmosphere with ever more carbon dioxide is not a viable solution for our future energy needs. Can new technologies such as carbon sequestration and ethanol production help provide the energy we need without pushing the concentrations of CO2 to dangerous levels?G
1:00 pm 
Learning Math: Measurement  "Video 5. Indirect Measurement and Trigonometry"  Learn how to use the concept of similarity to measure distance indirectly, using methods involving similar triangles, shadows, and transits. Apply basic right-angle trigonometry to learn about the relationships among steepness, angle of elevation, and height-to-distance ratio. Use trigonometric ratios to solve problems involving right triangles. D
1:30 pm 
Learning Math: Measurement  "Video 6. Area"  Learn that area is a measure of how much surface is covered. Explore the relationship between the size of the unit used and the resulting measurement. Find the area of irregular shapes by counting squares or subdividing the figure into sections. D
2:00 pm 
Engaging with Literature: A Workshop for Teachers, Grades 3-5  "Workshop 7. Many Students: Many Voices and Abilities"  Each student has an individual perspective to share with the world. In this session, you will learn about ways to celebrate their uniqueness, providing an atmosphere in the classroom in which each student plays a respected and respectful role in conversations surrounding literature. You will see how background, reading levels, language acquisition levels, and other personal characteristics allow for the formulation of multiple perspectives that add significantly to a group. D
3:00 pm 
Teaching Channel Presents  "Digital Literacy in the Classroom"  Digital Literacy in the Classroom: Students learn how to become proactive digital citizens. From understanding safe behavior online to learning how to find reliable sources to seeing how online activity leaves a lasting identity trail - - these lessons are designed to develop critical thinking skills. D
4:00 pm 
Making Meaning In Literature: A Workshop for Teachers, Grades 6-8  "Workshop 2. Encouraging Discussion"  Introduced by Dr. Langer, this program concentrates on discussion and its importance in helping engaged readers go further in the text. The on–screen teachers talk about ways to encourage whole–class and small–group discussion, the importance of asking the right questions to provoke thoughtful discussion, and making the discussion inclusive, including both talkative and reticent students. Their discussion is punctuated by visits to their classrooms, where discussion flourishes. D
5:00 pm 
Wild Photo Adventures  "Southern Killer Whales"  Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner and photographer Aaron Baggenstos brave the Pacific Northwest's Salish Sea to photograph killer whales. D
5:30 pm 
Wild Photo Adventures  "Pacific Northwest Rainforest"  Host and professional wildlife photographer Doug Gardner travels to Washington State to photograph the Hoh Rainforest in Olympic National Park with photographer Aaron Baggenstos. D
6:00 pm 
Barbecue University with Steven Raichlen  "Louisiana and the Gulf Coast"  Raichlen collects regional treats, including new shrimp and smokies, grilled blackened catfish with fennel and Cajun roasting chicken on a beer can.G
6:30 pm 
Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co.: Our Food Heritage  "Spanish Rule"  Spain was one of the first countries to explore the New World and was responsible for Louisiana's system of laws, the architecture of the "French" quarter and the food markets of New Orleans. Dr. Paul E. Hoffman introduces us to early Spanish Louisiana. Chef Folse along with Tee Wayne Abshire and Ricky Breaux demonstrate how to make jambalaya, one of Louisiana's most common dishes, which was inspired by Spanish paella. D
7:00 pm 
Chef John Besh's Family Table   Garlicky Baked Oysters; Marinated Crab Fingers; Seafood Gumbo. D
7:30 pm 
Taste of Louisiana with Chef John Folse & Co.: Our Food Heritage  "Italian Immigration to America"  Oppression, religious freedom, heavy taxes and deplorable working conditions brought many immigrants to the New World. The Italians were no different. Disappointed and betrayed by their government, many Sicilians emigrated from the harbor of Palermo to the port of New Orleans. D
8:00 pm 
Rick Steves Special  "A Symphonic Journey"  Rick Steves, America's leading authority on European travel, teams up with the Cascade Symphony Orchestra and maestro Michael Miropolsky for a musical journey that begins in the United States, and touches down in seven different European countries. The special, taped at the Edmonds Center for the Arts near Seattle, Wash., celebrates music's power to stir the patriotic soul. D
9:30 pm 
Burt Wolf: Taste of Freedom  "Carnival"  January 6, known as Twelfth Night, Epiphany or King's Day, begins Shrovetide, which leads to Mardi Gras.G
10:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Breakfast Standbys"  Man on the Street John "Doc" Willoughby challenges viewers to a blind oatmeal tasting to see if steel-cut really is better than instant. Then, host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to learn how to make the best bowl of 10-Minute Steel Cut Oatmeal. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried is in the Equipment Corner reviewing his favorite moka pots, and Chris answers questions from viewers. D
10:30 pm 
Simply Ming  "Jody Adams & Cooking Greens"  We're all supposed to eat more greens, but how do you cook them? Well, Chef Jody Adams knows her foliage and she's going to help Ming make it tasty on the fly on this episode of Simply Ming. D
11:00 pm 
Taste This!  "Veal Medallions"  Chef Joe prepares various cuts of veal. During this episode, Chef Joe is experimenting with different recipes, flavors, and combinations. D
11:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Norway's West: Fjords, Mountains and Bergen"  Rick sails under towering fjord cliffs, hikes on glaciers and finds surviving traditions in remote farm hamlets. He delves into Hanseatic heritage and takes in the salty hospitality of Norway's historic capitol, Bergen.G
6:00 am 
American Masters  "Alice Walker: Beauty In Truth"  Filmmakers trace the life of the author of The Color Purple from her birth in rural Georgia as a sharecropper's daughter through the violent racism and seismic social changes of the mid-20th century and the civil rights movement, to the present as she celebrates her 70th birthday.G
7:30 am 
Lost Years of Zora Neale Hurston   Writer, folklorist and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston, a celebrated (and sometimes controversial) figure of the Harlem Renaissance, first rose to prominence with Mules and Men (1935) and cemented her reputation soon after with her 1937 masterwork, Their Eyes Were Watching God. However, few know about the woman behind this widely read and highly acclaimed novel - particularly the last 10 years of her life. THE LOST YEARS OF ZORA NEALE HURSTON delves into the writer's life, work and philosophies, concentrating on her very productive but often overlooked, final decade. D
8:00 am 
Triangle Fire: American Experience   On March 25th, 1911, a fire broke out in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York's Greenwich Village. The blaze ripped through the congested loft; huge piles of trimmings fed the flames. Petrified workers desperately tried to make their way downstairs, but the factory owners kept the doors on the 9th floor locked and the woefully inadequate fire escape soon crumpled. D
9:00 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "The New Retirement Conversation"  Guests: Mary Beth Franklin, Contributing Editor, InvestmentNews; Kimberly Lankford, Contributing Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance. This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack guides you through the new retirement conversation. With traditional pension funds rapidly disappearing, what are the new building blocks for a secure retirement? Personal finance experts Mary Beth Franklin and Kim Lankford discuss the essentials and explain why insurance could become the next big retirement tool. D
9:30 am 
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly   Solitary Confinement - The debate over whether some prisoners should be locked up by themselves heated up this week as a Senate subcommittee held hearings on the practice and the New York State prison system agreed to new guidelines for the maximum length of time prisoners may be placed in solitary. Meanwhile, a growing faith-based movement says the abuse of solitary confinement violates religious values. In the United States there are an estimated 80 thousand prisoners now locked up in small cells, 23 hours a day, sometimes for more than 40 years. D
10:00 am 
Idaho Reports 2014   Co-hosts Melissa Davlin and Aaron Kunz are joined weekly by political analysts Betsy Russell and Jim Weatherby along with other news professionals to help provide a firsthand account of the week's events at the Idaho Legislature.G
11:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "An Idaho Winter"  The West's love affair with the land does not end with the coming of the cold and snow. Back country skiing, ice climbing, elk feeding andice fishing are just some of the facets of an Idaho Winter. D
11:30 am 
Dialogue  "Behind The Scenes at POV"  Host Marcia Franklin interviews Simon Kilmurry, executive director and producer of the documentary film series POV, during his recent visit to Idaho. They discuss how films are chosen for the series and the state of independent non-fiction film.G
12:00 pm 
American Masters  "Alice Walker: Beauty In Truth"  Filmmakers trace the life of the author of The Color Purple from her birth in rural Georgia as a sharecropper's daughter through the violent racism and seismic social changes of the mid-20th century and the civil rights movement, to the present as she celebrates her 70th birthday.G
1:30 pm 
Lost Years of Zora Neale Hurston   Writer, folklorist and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston, a celebrated (and sometimes controversial) figure of the Harlem Renaissance, first rose to prominence with Mules and Men (1935) and cemented her reputation soon after with her 1937 masterwork, Their Eyes Were Watching God. However, few know about the woman behind this widely read and highly acclaimed novel - particularly the last 10 years of her life. THE LOST YEARS OF ZORA NEALE HURSTON delves into the writer's life, work and philosophies, concentrating on her very productive but often overlooked, final decade. D
2:00 pm 
Triangle Fire: American Experience   On March 25th, 1911, a fire broke out in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York's Greenwich Village. The blaze ripped through the congested loft; huge piles of trimmings fed the flames. Petrified workers desperately tried to make their way downstairs, but the factory owners kept the doors on the 9th floor locked and the woefully inadequate fire escape soon crumpled. D
3:00 pm 
3:30 pm 
Asia Insight   NULL
4:00 pm 
Global 3000  "Eu Covert Operation: Let In Banned USA Food?"  The EU and the US are negotiating a free trade agreement and haggling about tariffs and trade restrictions. It's meant to boost economic growth. But at what price? Quality standards are also at issue. D
4:30 pm 
Linkasia   NULL
5:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "Ian Haney Lopez on the Dog Whistle Politics of Race"  This week on Moyers & Company (check local listings), author and legal scholar Ian Haney Lopez joins Bill to talk about dog whistle politics and how racism has changed in America since the civil rights era. The dog whistle of racism, says Ian Haney Lopez, is "the dark magic" by which middle-class voters have been seduced to vote against their own economic interests. Politicians have mastered the use of dog whistles - code words that turn Americans against each other while turning America over to plutocrats. D
5:30 pm 
Asia This Week   NULL
6:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "An Idaho Winter"  The West's love affair with the land does not end with the coming of the cold and snow. Back country skiing, ice climbing, elk feeding andice fishing are just some of the facets of an Idaho Winter. D
6:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Behind The Scenes at POV"  Host Marcia Franklin interviews Simon Kilmurry, executive director and producer of the documentary film series POV, during his recent visit to Idaho. They discuss how films are chosen for the series and the state of independent non-fiction film.G
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European Journal  "Overthrow In Ukraine, Enormous Problems Ahead"  Ukraine: Overthrow - In Ukraine, after weeks of protests, the opposition is back in center stage. An arrest warrant has now been issued for Viktor Yanukovych, still president of the country a few days ago. Yanukovych's ouster was preceded by bloody confrontations on Kiev's Independence Square. D
8:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "Drivers Wanted"  Drivers Wanted reveals the impossibly eclectic community inhabiting a taxi garage in Queens, New York. Each day, a million New Yorkers depend on the anonymous faces behind the wheels, the men who tirelessly drive the city that doesn't sleep. The film follows Eric, a new immigrant from China with a fresh start in America. D
9:00 pm 
Carhenge: Genius Or Junk?   Outside Alliance, Nebraska, a whimsical monument rises from the desolate prairie. Fashioned from 38 spray-painted vintage automobiles stacked and buried upright, the structure known as Carhenge faithfully replicates its British counterpart, Stonehenge. CARHENGE: GENIUS OR JUNK? examines how this quirky monument challenged one community's definition of art, freedom of expression and appropriate land use. D
9:30 pm 
Indian Motorcycle Memories   Vintage photos and film footage evoke the daredevil days of the 1920s and explore the mystique of these classic American racing bikes. The program traces the history of the rise and post-World War II fall of the company. Interviews with Indian riders bring personal insight to past and present, including today's mix of old and new fans, all of whom keep the memories alive and the old engines revving.G
10:00 pm 
Moyers & Company  "Ian Haney Lopez on the Dog Whistle Politics of Race"  This week on Moyers & Company (check local listings), author and legal scholar Ian Haney Lopez joins Bill to talk about dog whistle politics and how racism has changed in America since the civil rights era. The dog whistle of racism, says Ian Haney Lopez, is "the dark magic" by which middle-class voters have been seduced to vote against their own economic interests. Politicians have mastered the use of dog whistles - code words that turn Americans against each other while turning America over to plutocrats. D
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Asia This Week   NULL
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Linkasia   NULL
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Washington Week   NULL

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