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3:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Wild Horses"  Mustangs are a symbol of our Western tradition, yet they are often reviled, as they compete for resources with livestock and wildlife in an ever-changing environment impacted by range fire and drought. We examine what is happening with wild horse herds in Idaho and how some new ideas may offer solutions to a seemingly hopeless situation.G
3:30 am 
MotorWeek   R/T: '20 KIA TELLURIDE MCM: BRICKLIN SV-1 GOSS: KNOW YOUR COOL L/T: MAZDA 6, SUBARU CROSSTREK R/T: NISSAN LEAF PLU. D
4:00 am 
Defying Gravity: A Historic Achievement In Glass Featuring Josh Simpson   Follow renowned glass artist Josh Simpson as he crafts the largest glass object of his career: a luminous 100-pound "Megaplanet." Cameras capture every step of the year-and-a-half process from commission to creation. The film features interviews with the makers of custom tools required for the project; Simpson's triumphs, disappointments, technical obstacles and inspiration, and the grand unveiling of the "Megaplanet" at the Corning Museum of Glass in New York.G
5:00 am 
Earth's Natural Wonders  "Extreme Wonders"  Visit extreme locations such as Mount Everest's Khumbu Icefall and its dangers to sherpas; the Grand Canyon, where conservationists try to ensure a condor chick's survival; and the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, where farmers battle with elephants. Part 1 of 3G
6:00 am 
NOVA  "First Horse Warriors"  Horse riding played a key role in human expansion and civilization. But when and how did people first master these animals? Scientists use archaeology and genetics to uncover clues about the first horse riders and how they shaped the world. D
7:00 am 
Samantha Brown's Places to Love  "Rhine River Cruise"  Samantha takes an epic trip along the Rhine River, first stopping at Freiburg, Germany, where she learns about the unique bachle water system and how this city is the gateway to the Black Forest. Next stop, Samantha visits a workshop, whose craftspeople work on restoration pieces for the famed Strasbourg Cathedral in Strasbourg, France, and then takes a stroll through the picturesque Petite France neighborhood. In Heidelberg, Germany, Samantha learns of its rich history while touring the iconic Heidelberg Castle. D
7:30 am 
Smart Travels - Europe with Rudy Maxa  "A Music Lover's Europe"  For a totally different view of Europe, Rudy shows smart travelers how to organize a trip around a theme. Rudy discovers surprising and fresh takes on Europe as he sets out on a music lover's tour. Winning, live performances by the Sicilian folk band Diascouri, and by Groupo Emiliano, a zany, classically-trained quartet from Emilia Romagna, are the backbone of this offbeat trip. D
8:00 am 
The Desert Speaks  "Peru's Canyon of the Condor"  Travel through Peru's Colca Canyon - at 12,000 feet one of the tallest and deepest canyons in the world - in search of Andean Condors, massive birds with wingspans more than 11 feet wide. Explore the natural history of these graceful creatures and learn their ritualistic significance to the native people of the area. Along the way through the canyon, examine the terraced farming that is a result of pre-Incan engineering sophistication. D
8:30 am 
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence  "Journey to Italy"  Joanne shares her memories of Italy with her student Barbra recreating some of the dishes form her travels. She starts with a simple salad of fig and prosciutto, then slowly adds just enough red wine for a faro risotto, and finally ends the meal with a dessert of strawberry, port, and black pepper. Recipes: Fig And Blueberry Salad With Creme Fraiche, Mint and Prosciutto di Parma, Farro Risotto with Red Wine and Grana Padano, Strawberry with Port and Black Pepper, and an Aperol Champagne Cocktail. D
9:00 am 
Simply Ming  "Sara Moulton"  Chef Sara Moulton, a protegee of Julia Child and host of the PBS series Sara's Weeknight Meals, joins Ming in the kitchen to make some family comfort food. Sara slow cooks a flavorful Alsatian onion pie, and Ming follows with one of his Sunday night favorites - French onion apple soup. All that and more, this week on Simply Ming. D
9:30 am 
GardenSMART   Today we often take for granted the many conveniences of gardening. In the 1700's having a garden was an exception rather than the rule. How did they do it? Tune in as we GardenSMART with an eye towards colonial times. D
10:00 am 
My Greek Table with Diane Kochilas  "Taste the Music: The Aromatic Cuisine of the Asian Minor Greeks"  Almost 100 years ago, Greeks from the shores of Asia Minor, present-day Turkey, emigrated en masse into Greece, inundating areas, among them the port of Piraeus and environs, forever changing both the flavors and music of their adopted homeland. Amid the riffs of their rebetika music, in one of the oldest tavernas in Greece, Diane tells the story of how their exodus and arrival on Greek shores brought the likes of exotic spices, luscious urbane recipes and soulful music to Greece. Back in her kitchen, she cooks up a selection of the most famous dishes these Greeks have brought to the mainland and which have become an indelible part of the culinary tapestry. D
10:30 am 
Cook's Country  "Pacific Northwest Supper"  Test cook Christie Morrison shows host Julia Collin Davison how to make a show-stopping Oregon blackberry pie. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Bridget to a tasting of extra sharp cheddar cheese. And finally, Bridget and Julia make an easy, one-pan supper - roasted salmon with broccoli and red potatoes. D
11:00 am 
Austin City Limits  "St. Vincent"  Enjoy a visually and sonically stunning hour with Grammy-winning art-rock performer St. Vincent. The groundbreaking singer-songwriter-guitarist and her band perform songs from her acclaimed LP "Masseducation. D
12:00 pm 
Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop  "Frederic Church's Olana In Hudson River Valley, NY"  David visits Olana, Frederic Church's Persian-inspired home in the Hudson River Valley, painting the expansive vista of the Hudson River Valley. The Hudson River Painters, considered the first American school of painting, were profoundly influenced by European traditions, especially the Ideal Italian landscapes of Claude Lorrain. They were popular from 1825 to 1875 and gave Americans their pictorial sense of national identity. D
12:30 pm 
Pedal America  "Let's Keep It Weird - Austin, Texas"  Austinites don't just party, they celebrate with bicycles to give added value to the city's motto "Let's Keep It Weird." Ira David hails Austin as a bicycle-friendly city when he visits a bicycle zoo and pedals in a bicycle parade. Journey along the Lance Armstrong Bikeway and Trail at Lady Bird Lake. D
1:00 pm 
Finding Your Roots  "Children of the Revolution"  Lupita Nyong'o, Carmelo Anthony and Ana Navarro investigate the political choices of their fathers, discovering sometimes unexpected heritage as they trace their ancestry further back. D
2:00 pm 
Empire Builders  "The Ancient Egyptians"  In this episode of EMPIRE BUILDERS we travel back in time, across 3000 years of ancient Egyptian history told through the amazing stories of ten of its most famous and spectacular buildings. It's a journey of discovery that will take us to ancient Egypt's greatest pyramids and obelisks, and its magnificent temples and tombs. D
3:00 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "One Good Turn"  One of the oldest methods of live-fire cooking, rotisserie grilling (aka spit-roasting) combines the smoky sear of direct grilling with the gentle, moisture-preserving heat of roasting. And that's before you add three other benefits: internal and external basting, no flare-ups, and the hunger-inducing fragrance of wood smoke. Game hens scented with garlic, cumin, and fiery Peruvian chiles acquire golden, crackling-crisp skin while turning on the spit. D
3:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "Travel Skills: Cruising"  Setting sail on the Mediterranean, Rick explores the ins and outs and pros and cons of cruising. He learns how to get the most out of a cruise, and exercises his independence to make smart use of limited time on shore by planning well, avoiding lines, and eating quick-but-local meals on the go. Along with the joys and efficiencies of cruising, Rick considers the downsides, including the inevitable congestion and commercialism that comes with mass tourism. D
4:00 pm 
Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival  "Jon Ballantyne Trio"  Pianist and composer Jon Ballantyne has released 10 albums and won two Juno Awards. He is an artist who deftly combines the unknown with the known. Listening to the wondrous sounds he makes at the piano, audiences can never be sure where he will take the music next. D
5:00 pm 
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6:00 pm 
Fake Or Fortune?  "Henry Moore"  The team investigates whether a small watercolour sketch could be by the British 20th-century sculptor Henry Moore. It is thought to be the only piece of a British artist in a Nazi hoard of around 1,500 works discovered in Germany in 2012. Known as the Gurlitt hoard, these works are now housed in the Museum of Fine Art in Bern, Switzerland. D
7:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Wild Horses"  Mustangs are a symbol of our Western tradition, yet they are often reviled, as they compete for resources with livestock and wildlife in an ever-changing environment impacted by range fire and drought. We examine what is happening with wild horse herds in Idaho and how some new ideas may offer solutions to a seemingly hopeless situation.G
7:30 pm 
Born to Explore with Richard Wiese  "Qatar: A Desert Welcome"  Richard Wiese travels to Qatar, an exotic land where the desert meets the sea. Meet the most expensive Arabian stallions in the world at Al Shaqab, an equestrian center dedicated to preserving purebred bloodlines. Discover falconry, a royal sport that dates back 5000 years. D
8:00 pm 
Expeditions with Patrick McMillan  "Sound - The Fullness of Nature, Part 1"  Sound is everywhere. It tells us where we are, what time of year it is, and what is around us. Can you imagine an early morning walk without the sounds of nature filling out the picture? Scientists use sounds to help us understand populations, behavior and even ecosystem health. D
8:30 pm 
In The Americas with David Yetman  "Panama's Wild West"  An hour or so from Panama's burgeoning capital and its great canal, a broad peninsula juts into the Pacific Ocean. The Azuero Peninsula is home to traditions, landscapes, and people different from those of the capital and its suburbs. Residents of Azuero celebrate what sets them off from the rest of Panama.G
9:00 pm 
Oregon Field Guide  "Storm Petrels/Sumpter Locomotive/B-24"  Dedicated University of Oregon marine biologists are learning more about storm petrels, tiny birds with great energy. Then the show hops aboard a train pulled by a steam locomotive.G
9:30 pm 
Music Voyager  "Morocco: The Heart of Morocco - The Middle"  The three friends, Nouamane Lahlou, Hassan Hakmoun and Laurent LeGall, begin their voyage in the western foothills of the southern Middle Atlas (Moyen Atlas) mountains and travel to Fes. The amazing old capital of Morocco lives in two worlds, the new modern Fes and medina (old town). From the ancient city-the medina in Fes-the friends learn that the history and music intertwine to bring out the richness and diversity of the culture. D
10:00 pm 
Fake Or Fortune?  "Henry Moore"  The team investigates whether a small watercolour sketch could be by the British 20th-century sculptor Henry Moore. It is thought to be the only piece of a British artist in a Nazi hoard of around 1,500 works discovered in Germany in 2012. Known as the Gurlitt hoard, these works are now housed in the Museum of Fine Art in Bern, Switzerland. D
11:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Wild Horses"  Mustangs are a symbol of our Western tradition, yet they are often reviled, as they compete for resources with livestock and wildlife in an ever-changing environment impacted by range fire and drought. We examine what is happening with wild horse herds in Idaho and how some new ideas may offer solutions to a seemingly hopeless situation.G
11:30 pm 
Born to Explore with Richard Wiese  "Qatar: A Desert Welcome"  Richard Wiese travels to Qatar, an exotic land where the desert meets the sea. Meet the most expensive Arabian stallions in the world at Al Shaqab, an equestrian center dedicated to preserving purebred bloodlines. Discover falconry, a royal sport that dates back 5000 years. D

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