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4:00 am 
Beyond These Walls: Building Community Through Public Art   In 1992 a small group of community leaders in Portsmouth, Ohio asked, "How can we create pride in our community, improve the local economy and change a dying part of town into the vibrant place it once was?" This is the story of the local visionaries and extraordinary artists who transformed a drab 2,200 foot section of the town's floodwall into a vast display of public art, history and pride. D
5:00 am 
Heart of the World: Colorado's National Parks  "Episode Three"  Humans are an important part of the story of Colorado's National Parks. Some used the abundant natural resources to make it home. Others used ingenious methods to adapt to the harsh environments. Still others recognized the wonder of these places and sought to preserve them for future generations. The common denominator for humans across cultures - and through time - is the power the National Parks of Colorado have on the human spirit. Part 3 of 3G
6:00 am 
Articulate with Jim Cotter  "Allora & Calzadilla: Displacement and Defamiliarization"  Conceptual artists Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla are one of the art world's most dynamic power couples. Doug Balliet: Free Agent - Composer and bassist Doug Balliet has created a career as diverse as his own great musical talents. The Vibrant Veruschka Stevens - Veruschka Stevens uses brightly colored polymer clay to create joyful statement jewelry. D
6:30 am 
Closer to Truth  "Jesus As God - A Philosophical Inquiry"  Why the astonishing claim that Jesus is God? Not like God. Not representing God. But literally God? One need not be a Christian, or even a theist, to appreciate the arguments. D
7:00 am 
Second Opinion  "Measles/Vaccines"  Patient Story: With some parents deciding not to vaccinate their children, measles cases in the United States have reached a 20-year high. Our patient Emmi Herman relates the devastating impact this highly contagious childhood illness had on her own family. Myth or Medicine: Can you get the measles vaccine if you have a cold? Second Opinion 5: Five misconceptions about vaccines. D
7:30 am 
Lidia's Kitchen  "Pasta Party"  Pasta is a staple in any Italian home and today, Lidia prepares three pasta recipes that will become staples in your kitchen. The first dish on the menu is a quick ziti with kale pesto and crispy bacon, a delicious way to recycle any kale pesto leftovers in the fridge. She then makes a delicious summertime pasta made with plum tomatoes, fusilli with roasted tomato pesto, and finally campanelle with shrimp and fennel, made with "little bells" that carry the chunky sauce so well. D
8:00 am 
Yan Can Cook: Spice Kingdom  "Tomorrow's Chengdu"  Martin explores the new township of Tianfu, a model city in development that will be the model of future cities in China. As high tech industry is a main draw in Tianfu, Martin visits some of these new software developers, and a Mao Chai restaurant, the popular choice for lunch among many new tech workers. That evening Martin samples the molecular gastronomy of chef Huang atop a Chengdu high rise. D
8:30 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "Fish Hits The Fire"  Fish on the grill. Four simple words that strike fear into the hearts of novice grillers. Well, fear no more, because Project Fire will walk you every step of the grilling process-from grilling whole fish and fillets to fire-roasting shellfish. D
9:00 am 
New Scandinavian Cooking  "Plenty of Foods"  In today's episode, Andreas investigates the great variety of inland Norway, the most productive farmland in the country. The episode starts in the mountains, where he makes a dish flavored by the mountains: veal liver with mushrooms, heather honey and heather oil. In the local town bakery he uses yesterday's bread to make a toast-infused ice cream. D
9:30 am 
Mexico -- One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless  "Tried & True Tamales"  There are seemingly as many styles of tamales as there are regions in Mexico, each steaming heap of fresh masa flavored in myriad ways. We'll see the iconic corn-husked versions at the casual Tamales Teresita, as well as the denser, banana-leaf-wrapped Chiapanecos style, sold by a family outside the historic San Juan Bautisa church. Then Rick steps through the classic Central-style tamales, and at home prepares a surprising sweet corn tamale. D
10:00 am 
Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Television  "Pizza and Pasta"  This episode features Italian-inspired recipes with a Milk Street twist. Milk Street cook Erika Bruce shows the tricks to making perfect pizza at home with a recipe for roasted mushroom pizza with fontina and scallions. Milk Street cook Catherine Smart teaches Christopher Kimball how to make a weeknight cacio e pepe, and finally, Chris demonstrates how to make a simple shaved zucchini and herb salad with parmesan. D
10:30 am 
Martha Stewart's Cooking School  "Pasta Sauces"  Homemade pasta sauces far outshine store-bought jars. In this episode, Martha creates four mouthwatering versions: traditional, slow-cooked Bolognese; a quick-and-easy puttanesca; a rich carbonara; and a light but unforgettable sauce made with bottarga, a preserved fish roe that is a specialty of southern Italy. D
11:00 am 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Classic Chinese at Home"  Test cook Dan Souza makes Bridget the ultimate Chinese Pork Dumplings. In the Equipment Corner, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for steamer baskets, and gadget critic Lisa McManus reviews ginger graters. Science expert Dan Souza then explains the science behind proper pouring techniques, and test cook Keith Dresser makes Julia perfect Beijing-Style Meat Sauce and Noodles (Zha Jiang Mian). D
11:30 am 
Cook's Country  "Southern Discoveries"  Test cook Bryan Roof shows Julia Collin Davison how to make an authentic version of South Carolina smoked fresh ham. Tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Julia to a tasting of spiral sliced bone-in ham. Equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for potato mashers. D
12:00 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "The Umbrella Man, Part 3"  In this episode, Jerry shows how to underpaint the old man's figure and umbrella. Then shows how to block in the face and other miscellaneous areas of the coat. Then he explains how to begin adding some of the minor details, wrinkles, and shadows in the coat, face, umbrella, and beard. D
12:30 pm 
Samantha Brown's Places to Love  "Central North Island, New Zealand"  Samantha explores the natural beauty of Lake Taupo by kayak and stops off for a soak in the hot springs before hiking upstream to the magnificent Huka Falls. At Te Puia, Samantha experiences Pohutu, the largest geyser in the Southern Hemisphere and learns how to cook in boiling hot geo-thermal pools. She also meets Katz, who heads the woodworking school of the New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts Institute, and talks about the Maori culture and the struggle to keep the culture alive. D
1:00 pm 
This Old House  "Brookline Mid-century Modern House Attack of the Giant Tile"  Mark Ferrante lays giant porcelain tile in the main living spaces of the house. Kevin and Richard head to sunny Key West to visit the 20th anniversary project. Back in Brookline, a hanging retro fireplace and modern kitchen cabinets are installed. D
1:30 pm 
Ask This Old House  "Humidity Mystery, Deck Staining"  Richard travels to Orlando to diagnose and repair an HVAC system that's creating way too much humidity; Mark demonstrates the best way to build a fire to prevent smoke from filling up the room; Mauro teaches a homeowner how to re-stain a deck. D
2:00 pm 
The Woodwright's Shop  "Sliding Lid Boxes"  Roy shows how to create easy-to-make wooden gift boxes with mitered corners and lids that slide in grooves. D
2:30 pm 
American Woodshop  "Segmented Salad Bowls and Laminated Tablewares"  Kitchen and dining table centerpieces are crafted from recycled scraps. Breathtakingly simple and elegant. D
3:00 pm 
MotorWeek   R/T: '19 HONDA PASSPORT FYI: DOG FRIENDLY CARS GOSS: PLUG-IN MAINTENANCE (TO BE SHOT IN APRIL) QS: MERCEDES AMG 53, VW JETTA GLI, TOYOTA COROLLA R/T: '20 KIA SOUL. D
3:30 pm 
America's Heartland   From BLTs to breakfast, bacon is a staple on the menu for most Americans. With new recipes incorporating bacon into all kinds of dishes the popularity of bacon knows no bounds. Jason Shoultz visits a bacon festival in Colorado, a Chicago pub serving up beer and bacon pairings, a state fair bacon-booth and a bacon-themed food truck hitting the streets of Sacramento, California. D
4:00 pm 
The Great British Baking Show  "Masterclass 4"  Watch Mary and Paul re-create bakes from the final weeks. Paul makes a wheat-free crusty rye loaf and sweet and savory pretzels. Mary makes Sussex Pond pudding and choux pastry religieuse, and puts her own twist on the classic opera cake. D
5:00 pm 
Antiques Roadshow  "Churchill Downs Racetrack Hour 3"  Giddy up for great appraisals at Churchill Downs Racetrack, such as a Chinese gilt bronze Bodhisattva, CA. 1650, a Nicolai Fechin oil portrait and an 1861 Fred Kaiffer caved holly sewing box. Guess which is valued at $60,000-$150,000. D
6:00 pm 
PBS NewsHour Weekend  "Maternal Mortality"  Black mothers in Texas are dying from childbirth at an alarming rate. Texas made headlines in 2016 after a study claimed the state had the worst maternal mortality rate in the developed world. Though the study's numbers turned out to be inflated, the state still has one of the most concerning maternal mortality rates in the United States, particularly among black mothers. D
6:30 pm 
Rick Steves' Europe  "European Festivals I"  In this first of two episodes on Europe's greatest festivals, Rick cheers with the masses at Siena's crazy Palio horse race, tosses a caber at a Scottish Highland Games, dons a mask for Carnevale in Venice, and celebrates Easter in Greece. Dropping in on some of the Continent's top parties, he discovers that each one is a celebration of traditional culture, and all of them are full of opportunities to sing and dance, feast on traditional food, and party with locals. D
7:00 pm 
The Lawrence Welk Show  "Salute to the Armed Forces (1968)"  Jack Imel does his hosting duties on this show from the Veterans' Memorial Museum in Branson, Missouri. This show is also a tribute to Jack's skill as a producer/choreographer, with highly creative numbers that range from "How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm" and "Alley Cat" to "Pack Up Your Troubles" and "Jack Is Every Inch A Sailor". D
8:00 pm 
Keeping Up Appearances - The Memoirs of Hyacinth Bucket  "Singing for Emmet"  When Hyacinth discovers that Emmet is involved in a concert at the church hall, she seizes the opportunity to run through her Annie Oakley medley. Meanwhile, Richard is contemplating early retirement and dreading the prospect of spending more time with his wife. Rose - let down by her latest amour - has decided to give up men. D
8:30 pm 
Are You Being Served?  "Friends and Neighbors"  The staff are offered accommodations on the premises to save travel time and money but find flat-sharing is difficult too.G
9:01 pm 
As Time Goes By  "Branching Out"  Jean is opening another secretarial agency and looking for someone to run it. Meanwhile, work for Lionel seems to have dried up.G
9:31 pm 
The Red Green Show  "Y2 Cans"  As a fund raiser, the men sell rusty unlabeled food cans left over from the Y2K scare. Then, Red uses a toilet plunger to build a riding lawnmower.G
10:00 pm 
The Tunnel: Sabotage  "S2 E7"  Learn if Karl and Elise get to Vanessa in time. Karl wonders if he's being threatened. Elise and Eryka cross the line, but they could live to regret it. D
11:00 pm 
Doctor Who: Peter Davison Movies  "Planet of Fire"  On the planet Sarn the truth of Turlough's original exile is revealed.G
4:00 am 
West of the West: Tales from California's Channel Islands  "Return"  This is the story of an odd couple - Dr. Carey Stanton, who owned Santa Cruz Island, and rock star Joe Walsh. Meeting in the 1970s through Marla Daily, they struck up an unusual, and unusually strong, bond that led to Joe putting on an Eagle's concert to help raise the money for the Nature Conservancy's purchase of Santa Cruz Island... and ultimately its protection forever.G
5:00 am 
Norman Mineta and His Legacy: An American Story   Meet the statesman who served as cabinet secretary for Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush. Imprisoned by the U.S. during World War II for his Japanese ancestry, Mineta rose to become the first Asian American to serve in a presidential cabinet. D
6:00 am 
Pacific Heartbeat  "Leitis In Waiting"  Leitis in Waiting tells the story of Tonga's evolving approach to gender fluidity through a character-driven portrait of the most prominent leiti (transgender) in the Kingdom, Joey Mataele, a devout Catholic of royal descent. Over the course of an eventful year, Joey organizes a beauty pageant, mentors a young leiti who is rejected by her family, and attempts to work with fundamentalist Christians regarding Tonga's anti-sodomy and cross-dressing laws. Her story reveals what it means to be different in a deeply religious and conservative society, and what it takes to be accepted without giving up who you are. D
7:00 am 
Roadtrip Nation: Risk & Reward  "All Bets Are Off"  Roadtrippers Jenna, Alain, and Gaby set out in the green RV to speak with people who are confronting risk face-to-face every day. Starting in Boston, they meet Grace Ries, who's helping companies mitigate cyber risks, and Karen Clark, who developed the first natural catastrophe model. Later, they watch the Boston fireworks show and Gaby, from Wales, experiences her first Fourth of July. D
7:30 am 
Roadtrip Nation: Risk & Reward  "The World Is Your Oyster"  As the road trip picks up speed, the team starts making some big breakthroughs. Laura Woop, director of risk management at Tiffany & Co., teaches Jenna about the upside of risk. D
8:00 am 
Few Great Bakeries   Rick Sebak explores warm, toasty, small bakeries from Massachusetts to California in order to find out how a business that makes cakes, pies, bread and bagels can become a neighborhood landmark. It's a celebration of beautiful icing, gooey treats and skillful bakers!G
9:00 am 
Dream of Italy  "Castelvetere Sul Calore (Italian Ancestry)"  Ten percent of Americans have some Italian blood and many of them could qualify for Italian citizenship by birth. Host Kathy McCabe travels to the ancestral village of her maternal great-grandfather -Castelvetere sul Calore in the region of Campania - to trace her roots and see if she can qualify for citizenship by blood line. This has always been a place of mystery and miracles for her family. D
9:30 am 
Expeditions with Patrick McMillan  "The Rice Kingdom"  Mankind has a tendency to impact the environment in a major way, and, believe it or not, some of that impact can be positive. The rice plantations that populated the Lowcountry of South Carolina in the colonial and antebellum periods spawned highly productive freshwater habitats that still thrive today. Watch as Patrick and guest Richard Porcher shed light upon the underappreciated beauty of these rice fields, as well as the ecological significance that they hold.G
10:00 am 
Fake Or Fortune?  "Giacometti"  Twentieth-century sculptures are hot property in the art market. Alberto Giacometti's Pointing Man figure sold for $141m at auction in New York in 2015, making it the most expensive sculpture ever sold. Could a stark, white square of plaster that has been passed down through an English family with art world connections be one of Giacometti's earliest and most daring works?. D
11:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Owyhee Adventures"  On first glance the Owyhee Desert is a desolate, lonely and forbidding place. But beyond the sage and endless horizon are hidden gems. Narrow canyons, creeks and rivers which hold immense beauty. D
11:30 am 
Nick Stellino: Storyteller in the Kitchen  "To Spoon Or Not to Spoon"  Chef Stellino explores the uses, techniques and controversies behind one of the food world's most ubiquitous tools - the spoon. Dishes include: Tortellini alla panna / pasta alle vongole all'essenziale (clams and spaghetti) / chicken scallopini (peas and sundried tomatoes) / apple tart. D
12:00 pm 
Nigella: At My Table   Treats are in store as Nigella rustles up some of her favorite dishes to share around the table. For a lunch with friends, Nigella's herbed leg of lamb is relaxingly simple to prepare, served with garlicky roast potatoes with oregano and feta. That's followed by her voluptuously soft and rich chocolate olive oil mousse. D
12:30 pm 
Paint This With Jerry Yarnell  "Whisper of Wilderness, Part 3"  In this episode, Jerry shows his viewers how to use the script brush to paint in the small bushy trees in the middle-ground and then shows how to paint in the middle-ground trees. Next Jerry shows how to paint in the two large trunks on the right side and explains the importance of proper proportion. He then finishes by highlighting the back- and middle- ground areas of the road and shows how to paint in the hot spots on the grassy areas. D
1:00 pm 
Dining with the Chef  "Early Summer Tempura"  Our theme this episode is deep-frying. We'll be making tempura, an iconic Japanese dish, using ingredients that come into season in spring and early summer. The keys to great tempura are a light, crispy batter and fresh ingredients. D
1:30 pm 
On Story  "Script to Screen: American Gods"  With a huge list of characters, ambitious flashbacks, centuries' worth of mythology, and constant epic battles between gods-all within the confines of a television series, adapting Neil Gaiman's seminal novel American Gods was no small feat. In this episode, Season 1 writer, co-showrunner, and executive producer Michael Green will walk through the series' script, discussing topics like staying true to and expanding the world that Gaiman created. D
2:00 pm 
Dialogue  "Remembering The Korean War"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with several veterans of the war and a historian. Guests include Richard Seward and Harold Kwan (U.S. Marine Corps), Chuck Platt (U.S. Army), and Boise State's Shelton Woods, a professor of East and Southeast Asian history.G
2:30 pm 
MotorWeek   R/T: '19 HONDA PASSPORT FYI: DOG FRIENDLY CARS GOSS: PLUG-IN MAINTENANCE (TO BE SHOT IN APRIL) QS: MERCEDES AMG 53, VW JETTA GLI, TOYOTA COROLLA R/T: '20 KIA SOUL. D
3:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "A Taste of Brazil"  In this episode, test cook Becky Hays makes Julia a Brazilian classic: Shrimp and Fish Stew (Moqueca). Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Bridget to a tasting of Pecorino Romano. Finally, Julia and Bridget uncover the secrets to making Brazilian Cheese Bread (Pao de Queijo) at home. D
3:30 pm 
Weekends With Yankee  "The Next Generation"  On this episode of Weekends with Yankee, cohosts Richard Wiese and Amy Traverso visit Mayfair Farm, a sustainable New Hampshire farm that's cooking up incredible dinners and raising healthy, and happy, livestock. Next, it's all aboard for a trip to the Isles of Shoals off the coast of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on a perfect New England day. Then Richard suits up and gets up close and personal with the bee colonies at Red Bee Honey in Weston, Connecticut. D
4:00 pm 
The Brain's Way of Healing   Based on the book by Dr. Norman Doidge, THE BRAIN'S WAY OF HEALING describes the emergence of a new kind of medicine that combines cutting edge Western brain science and holistic insights from traditional Eastern medicine. The documentary highlights some of the world's most challenging cases to showcase the brain's unique ability rebound after trauma. D
5:00 pm 
Infinity Hall Live  "Dave Mason"  Dave Mason, a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer as a founding member of Traffic, and a hit solo artist in the 1970s, performs a rousing concert of his hits "Dear Mr. Fantasy," "Rock and Roll Stew," "Feelin' Alright," "Only You Know and I Know" and "We Just Disagree." The English singer songwriter and guitarist is joined by his own band on the Infinity Hall stage. D
6:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "LCD Soundsystem"  Relish the ACL debut of alternative rock icon LCD Soundsystem. The recently revived band spotlights hits and songs from its comeback album American Dream. D
7:00 pm 
The Best of the Boston Pops   Current Pops conductor Keith Lockhart tells the orchestra's story through its 129 years that began as a summertime entertainment for Bostonians to its current role as a national icon. The program showcases artists and performances from the leadership eras of Arthur Fiedler (1930-79) and John Williams (1980-1993) to the present. Interviews and/or performances include Audra McDonald, Kristin Chenoweth, Josh Groban, James Taylor, Vanessa Williams and more.G
8:00 pm 
Live From Lincoln Center  "Megan Hilty In Concert"  Join the Tony-nominated star of Wicked, 9 to 5: The Musical, Noises Off and NBC's Smash for a new concert special featuring a versatile set of musical theater favorites and classic standards. D
9:00 pm 
Infinity Hall Live  "Dave Mason"  Dave Mason, a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer as a founding member of Traffic, and a hit solo artist in the 1970s, performs a rousing concert of his hits "Dear Mr. Fantasy," "Rock and Roll Stew," "Feelin' Alright," "Only You Know and I Know" and "We Just Disagree." The English singer songwriter and guitarist is joined by his own band on the Infinity Hall stage. D
10:00 pm 
Austin City Limits  "LCD Soundsystem"  Relish the ACL debut of alternative rock icon LCD Soundsystem. The recently revived band spotlights hits and songs from its comeback album American Dream. D
11:00 pm 
The Best of the Boston Pops   Current Pops conductor Keith Lockhart tells the orchestra's story through its 129 years that began as a summertime entertainment for Bostonians to its current role as a national icon. The program showcases artists and performances from the leadership eras of Arthur Fiedler (1930-79) and John Williams (1980-1993) to the present. Interviews and/or performances include Audra McDonald, Kristin Chenoweth, Josh Groban, James Taylor, Vanessa Williams and more.G
4:00 am 
Science Trek  "Idaho Ecosystems"  Idaho has many different ecosystems, including forests, wetlands, deserts and grasslands. Why are these different ecosystems important to the plants and animals in the state? Why are they different? How are they the same? On this month's SCIENCE TREK, host Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guests Leif Tapanila and Rosemary Smith will answer students' questions.G
4:30 am 
Roadtrip Nation  "Seattle - Santa Fe"  While in Seattle, Wash., the team connects with Miss Indigo Blue, a renowned burlesque instructor and performer, and discovers why she decided to take up the bold art form. Her story particularly intrigues Carolyn who finds Miss Indigo Blue's confidence and fearlessness desirable. D
5:00 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Big Bad Beef"  For many people, beef makes the ultimate barbecue. This show celebrates beef in all its smoky glory, from not-so-traditional beef jerky (marinated in fiery Sriracha and smoked in an electric smoker) to a magisterial whole smoked beef tenderloin smoked in an upright barrel smoker and served with horseradish whipped cream. Of course, you'll learn how to smoke brisket Texas-style (rubbed with spices and cooked in a massive offset smoker fired with oak logs. D
5:30 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "Wine Country Grill"  The deep connection between wine and barbecue dates back millennia and still runs deep as ever. In the rustic wine country of the Santa Ynez Valley where we tape Project Fire, grape vines are used as fuel and wine for marinades and sauces. Here's how the fruit of the vine meets the power of fire. D
6:00 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "BBQ's Trinity"  This show celebrates the holy BBQ trinity of barbecue: pork ribs, brisket, and pulled pork. America's favorite ribs-baby backs-come spice-rubbed, slow-smoked over hardwood, and glazed with an unexpected ingredient: cherry syrup. Beef brisket and baked beans star in crispy grilled tostadas. D
6:30 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "How to Smoke When You Don't Have A Smoker"  Perhaps you live in a condo or you don't have a backyard. This show is for people who want to smoke, but don't have access to a conventional wood- or charcoal-burning smoker. You'll learn how to smoke eggplant on your stovetop burner to make a spectacular eggplant dip (think baba ghanoush on overdrive). D
7:00 am 
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
7:30 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "So-Cal Grill"  Health-conscious Southern California boasts some of the most vibrant grilling in North America. Start with hyper-local ingredients. Add clean bold California flavors and plenty of hot fire and wood smoke. D
8:00 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "Fish Hits The Fire"  Fish on the grill. Four simple words that strike fear into the hearts of novice grillers. Well, fear no more, because Project Fire will walk you every step of the grilling process-from grilling whole fish and fillets to fire-roasting shellfish. D
8:30 am 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "Steak and Beyond"  Be honest: What you really want to master is the perfect grilled steak. Make that many steaks by using a range of savvy grilling techniques. Leading off is a thick dry-brined New York strip with luscious anchovy crema. D
9:00 am 
P. Allen Smith's Garden Home  "Past Made New"  Take a step back in time to the late 18th century town of Salem, North Carolina. Learn how many of the same practices and principles in this Moravian community can be utilized in today's modern backyard gardens. D
9:30 am 
Growing a Greener World  "Gardening in the Desert Southwest (Phoenix, Az)"  To garden successfully in the desert Southwest, it just takes a little local knowledge to master the nuances of growing a productive garden there. In this episode, we explore tips, tricks and unique challenges to mastering the art of gardening in this part of the country. D
10:00 am 
Sara's Weeknight Meals  "Chicken Comfort"  When it comes to comfort food, chicken is the number one ingredient. In fact, it's the star of Jean Anderson's fried chicken. Put away your fryer because this chicken is baked! Then, Sara comes through with a cozy winter chicken chili to warm your bones. D
10:30 am 
Lidia's Kitchen  "A Bright Summer Feast"  Lidia loves bringing people together in her kitchen, and she shares two recipes that are wonderful for a buffet-style meal, her favorite way of entertaining guests. She starts with a quick and easy lemony shrimp over zucchini with a sauce of garlic, butter, white wine, lemon, bread crumbs and parsley. Next on the menu is one of Lidia's favorite soups, clam soup, served with plenty of grilled bread on the side. D
11:00 am 
Critical Issues In School Reform  "Looking At Student Work: A Window Into The Classroom"  Teachers at Norview High School in Norfolk, Virginia, demonstrate the collaborative examination of student work and discuss its value and implications for teaching practice. D
11:30 am 
Critical Issues In School Reform  "Reflecting On Teaching Practice: Student Work and Teacher Work, Part II Science"  A fourth-grade teacher from Worcester, Massachusetts, shares a sample of work from her science classroom with a group of teachers and administrators in a facilitated "consultancy" that focuses on a question posed by the teacher about the student work and her teaching practice.G
12:00 pm 
Ethics In America  "Human Experiment"  Does finding a cure justify putting test subjects at risk? C. Everett Koop is joined by Dr. Arnold Relman, editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, and other distinguished panelists in a discussion of the medical research field.G
1:00 pm 
Art of the Western World  "Classical Ideal"  Part I: Traces the origins of humanism and the immortal classical style to Ancient Greece. Part II: The genius of Roman engineering and architecture was used to build an empire, while portrait sculpture exalted its rulers. D
2:00 pm 
Growing Old in a New Age  "Dying, Death, and Bereavement"  Discusses the services older people need to deal with dying and death. Elders describe their views on widowhood and management of grief. Experts examine the ethical dilemmas posed by terminal illness. D
3:00 pm 
Arts In Every Classroom, The: A Video Library, K-5  "Developing An Arts-Based Unit"  A team of first– and second–grade teachers at Lusher Alternative Elementary School in New Orleans plans a year–end project that will let students show what they have learned in science, math, and English. The students write and perform an original play, using a painting by Breughel and an opera by Stravinsky as their starting points. D
3:30 pm 
Arts In Every Classroom, The: A Video Library, K-5  "Working with Local Artists"  Students and teachers at P.S. 156 (The Waverly School of the Arts) in Brooklyn, New York, benefit from the school. D
4:00 pm 
Science Trek  "Idaho Ecosystems"  Idaho has many different ecosystems, including forests, wetlands, deserts and grasslands. Why are these different ecosystems important to the plants and animals in the state? Why are they different? How are they the same? On this month's SCIENCE TREK, host Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guests Leif Tapanila and Rosemary Smith will answer students' questions.G
4:30 pm 
Roadtrip Nation  "Seattle - Santa Fe"  While in Seattle, Wash., the team connects with Miss Indigo Blue, a renowned burlesque instructor and performer, and discovers why she decided to take up the bold art form. Her story particularly intrigues Carolyn who finds Miss Indigo Blue's confidence and fearlessness desirable. D
5:00 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "Big Bad Beef"  For many people, beef makes the ultimate barbecue. This show celebrates beef in all its smoky glory, from not-so-traditional beef jerky (marinated in fiery Sriracha and smoked in an electric smoker) to a magisterial whole smoked beef tenderloin smoked in an upright barrel smoker and served with horseradish whipped cream. Of course, you'll learn how to smoke brisket Texas-style (rubbed with spices and cooked in a massive offset smoker fired with oak logs. D
5:30 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "Wine Country Grill"  The deep connection between wine and barbecue dates back millennia and still runs deep as ever. In the rustic wine country of the Santa Ynez Valley where we tape Project Fire, grape vines are used as fuel and wine for marinades and sauces. Here's how the fruit of the vine meets the power of fire. D
6:00 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "BBQ's Trinity"  This show celebrates the holy BBQ trinity of barbecue: pork ribs, brisket, and pulled pork. America's favorite ribs-baby backs-come spice-rubbed, slow-smoked over hardwood, and glazed with an unexpected ingredient: cherry syrup. Beef brisket and baked beans star in crispy grilled tostadas. D
6:30 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Smoke  "How to Smoke When You Don't Have A Smoker"  Perhaps you live in a condo or you don't have a backyard. This show is for people who want to smoke, but don't have access to a conventional wood- or charcoal-burning smoker. You'll learn how to smoke eggplant on your stovetop burner to make a spectacular eggplant dip (think baba ghanoush on overdrive). D
7:00 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
7:30 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "So-Cal Grill"  Health-conscious Southern California boasts some of the most vibrant grilling in North America. Start with hyper-local ingredients. Add clean bold California flavors and plenty of hot fire and wood smoke. D
8:00 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "Fish Hits The Fire"  Fish on the grill. Four simple words that strike fear into the hearts of novice grillers. Well, fear no more, because Project Fire will walk you every step of the grilling process-from grilling whole fish and fillets to fire-roasting shellfish. D
8:30 pm 
Steven Raichlen's Project Fire  "Steak and Beyond"  Be honest: What you really want to master is the perfect grilled steak. Make that many steaks by using a range of savvy grilling techniques. Leading off is a thick dry-brined New York strip with luscious anchovy crema. D
9:00 pm 
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  "Soup for Dinner"  Test cook Dan Souza makes Julia the ultimate chicken bouillabaisse. Tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Bridget Lancaster to a tasting of cinnamon, and then Julia and Bridget uncover the secret to the perfect Greek chicken and rice soup with egg and lemon (avgolemomo). D
9:30 pm 
Growing a Greener World  "Gardening in the Desert Southwest (Phoenix, Az)"  To garden successfully in the desert Southwest, it just takes a little local knowledge to master the nuances of growing a productive garden there. In this episode, we explore tips, tricks and unique challenges to mastering the art of gardening in this part of the country. D
10:00 pm 
Mike Colameco's Real Food  "Lilia / Delaware & Hudson"  After running both A Voce locations in Manhattan for years, Missy Robbins finally has her own spot, Lilia, in Williamsburg Brooklyn. After decades running some of Manhattans best kitchens, chef Patty Jackson now has her own place too, Delaware & Hudson, also in Williamsburg.G
10:30 pm 
Rudy Maxa's World  "Bangkok"  Bangkok is a city of the senses - a bejeweled, dazzling, fantastical mix of magic and faith, hard work and love of life, grace and wild abandon. It's a city where chaos and serenity happily co-exist. Host Rudy Maxa and Washington, D.C. D
11:00 pm 
iQ: smartparent  "Like, Follow, Share"  This episode of iQ: smartparent explores ways that children and teens are using social media to define and share their personal narratives. When there is no "delete" button on Facebook or other social platforms, what story does your child's online identity tell, now and into the future? Guests include Caroline Knorr, Common Sense Media; Kelly Kochamba, FBI; and Rick Wallace, cyber security. D
4:00 am 
4:30 am 
Washington Week   NULL
5:00 am 
Relocation, Arkansas - Aftermath of Incarceration   In 1942, nearly 120,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry were forced into prisons in the interior because they looked like the enemy. Two of those prison camps were in Arkansas, a land of deep racial divide. Paul Takemoto's mother and grandparents had been imprisoned in one of the Arkansas camps. D
6:00 am 
Resistance at Tule Lake   A minority group is unjustly persecuted amidst racially-charged scapegoating by politicians. That's the eerily relevant backdrop for RESISTANCE AT TULE LAKE, Konrad Aderer's examination of the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans, which couldn't come at a more important moment. Aderer, who documented the arrest and detainment of a Palestinian activist in ENEMY ALIEN (2011), focuses on Tule Lake, the notorious camp where Japanese Americans who were labeled "disloyal" were held. D
7:00 am 
And Then They Came for Us   As the documentary, And Then They Came for Us, demonstrates, the registration and incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans during WWII was one of the worst violations of constitutional rights in American history. The US government lied about the threat of espionage to justify the incarceration. Today's Muslim travel ban relies on similar uncorroborated claims of threats to national security. D
8:00 am 
Consuelo Mack WealthTrack  "International Growth Exclusive"  Guest: Mark Yockey, Portfolio Manager, Artisan Partners Global Equity and International Funds. This week's Consuelo Mack WealthTrack features an exclusive with international investing star Mark Yockey of Artisan Partners. D
8:30 am 
Second Opinion  "Type II Diabetes/Value-Based Care"  Patient Story: Almost 30 million people in the U.S. have Type II Diabetes. It's a disease that can be greatly improved by lifestyle changes including a healthy diet and exercise, along with medication compliance and monitoring. D
9:00 am 
Passing Poston: An American Story   Between 1942 and 1945, The Poston Relocation Center in Arizona housed more than 18,000 Japanese and Japanese-Americans, who worked as laborers to construct schools, farm the land and construct an irrigation system. PASSING POSTON: AN AMERICAN STORY recounts the moving and haunting stories of four former detainees. A tragic past haunts each person, now in the last chapter of their lives, as they struggle to reconcile the trauma of their youth. D
10:00 am 
Outdoor Idaho  "Desert Chronicles"  In the vast landscape of sage brush and weathered rhyolite, there is adventure and controversy, from whitewater rivers and natural landmarks to grazing lands and bombing range proposals.G
10:30 am 
Dialogue  "Remembering The Korean War"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with several veterans of the war and a historian. Guests include Richard Seward and Harold Kwan (U.S. Marine Corps), Chuck Platt (U.S. Army), and Boise State's Shelton Woods, a professor of East and Southeast Asian history.G
11:00 am 
Relocation, Arkansas - Aftermath of Incarceration   In 1942, nearly 120,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry were forced into prisons in the interior because they looked like the enemy. Two of those prison camps were in Arkansas, a land of deep racial divide. Paul Takemoto's mother and grandparents had been imprisoned in one of the Arkansas camps. D
12:00 pm 
Resistance at Tule Lake   A minority group is unjustly persecuted amidst racially-charged scapegoating by politicians. That's the eerily relevant backdrop for RESISTANCE AT TULE LAKE, Konrad Aderer's examination of the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans, which couldn't come at a more important moment. Aderer, who documented the arrest and detainment of a Palestinian activist in ENEMY ALIEN (2011), focuses on Tule Lake, the notorious camp where Japanese Americans who were labeled "disloyal" were held. D
1:00 pm 
And Then They Came for Us   As the documentary, And Then They Came for Us, demonstrates, the registration and incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans during WWII was one of the worst violations of constitutional rights in American history. The US government lied about the threat of espionage to justify the incarceration. Today's Muslim travel ban relies on similar uncorroborated claims of threats to national security. D
2:00 pm 
2:30 pm 
Washington Week   NULL
3:00 pm 
DW Focus On Europe   European investigators are on the hunt for Syrian torturers. In Ukraine, more and more women are becoming surrogate mothers for foreign couples. D
3:30 pm 
Firing Line with Margaret Hoover   Guest: Retired Gen. David Petraeus. Retired Gen. D
4:00 pm 
Omaha Beach: Honor and Sacrifice   Two American divisions - the already battle-hardened 1st Infantry Division (The Big Red One) and the untested 29th Infantry Division (The Blue and the Gray), which had yet to be in combat in World War II, were given the assignment to take the beach at Normandy known as Omaha and move inland into France. American Naval Combat Demolition Units also hit the beach that day, writing their own individual stories of horror and heroism.G
5:00 pm 
Outdoor Idaho  "Desert Chronicles"  In the vast landscape of sage brush and weathered rhyolite, there is adventure and controversy, from whitewater rivers and natural landmarks to grazing lands and bombing range proposals.G
5:30 pm 
Dialogue  "Remembering The Korean War"  Host Marcia Franklin talks with several veterans of the war and a historian. Guests include Richard Seward and Harold Kwan (U.S. Marine Corps), Chuck Platt (U.S. Army), and Boise State's Shelton Woods, a professor of East and Southeast Asian history.G
6:00 pm 
D-Day at Pointe-Du-Hoc   The remarkable story of the U.S. Army's 2nd Ranger battalion, led by Lt. Col. James Earl Rudder, which scaled the 100-foot cliffs of Pointe-du-Hoc in Normandy on June 6, 1944 to destroy six German cannons thought to be located there. The 155mm guns, situated halfway between Omaha and Utah Beaches and within firing range of the planned allied assault, needed to be taken out for Operation Overlord to succeed. The documentary chronicles the dangerous and daring mission, including what happened after the Rangers fought through machine gun fire, cut rope ladders and lobbed grenades to find that the six artillery guns had been moved from the Pointe in the days prior.G
7:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "Who Is Arthur Chu?"  Who is Arthur Chu? follows 11-time Jeopardy! winner Arthur Chu, who won almost $300,000. By using an unconventional game strategy, the former insurance analyst amassed tens of thousands of fans and haters on Twitter. In an effort to put his 15 minutes of TV fame to good use, Arthur aspires to become a public figure. D
8:30 pm 
Local USA  "Ku Kanaka: Stand Tall"  A one-half hour documentary explores the transformation of the late Kanalu Young from an angry 15 year old who becomes quadriplegic to a leader of his Native Hawaiian people. Ku Kanaka/Stand Tall, charts the journey of the late Dr. Young, a Hawaiian history professor at the University of Hawai'i who turned tragedy into triumph.Angry and defiant through months of rehabilitation, Kanalu begins to change when he learns Hawaiian language and discovers an untold story of Hawaiian history. D
9:00 pm 
Day of Days: June 6, 1944   On June 6, 1944, thousands of Allied servicemen landed on the shores of northern France, tasked with liberating western Europe from Nazi tyranny. Over the ensuing hours and days, the men faced decimating machine-gun fire, mortars and artillery, eventually fighting their way inland, but not before suffering a staggering number of casualties. To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Normandy landing, four D-Day veterans gather at the famed Museum of World War II outside of Boston, Mass. D
10:00 pm 
D-Day at Pointe-Du-Hoc   The remarkable story of the U.S. Army's 2nd Ranger battalion, led by Lt. Col. James Earl Rudder, which scaled the 100-foot cliffs of Pointe-du-Hoc in Normandy on June 6, 1944 to destroy six German cannons thought to be located there. The 155mm guns, situated halfway between Omaha and Utah Beaches and within firing range of the planned allied assault, needed to be taken out for Operation Overlord to succeed. The documentary chronicles the dangerous and daring mission, including what happened after the Rangers fought through machine gun fire, cut rope ladders and lobbed grenades to find that the six artillery guns had been moved from the Pointe in the days prior.G
11:00 pm 
America ReFramed  "Who Is Arthur Chu?"  Who is Arthur Chu? follows 11-time Jeopardy! winner Arthur Chu, who won almost $300,000. By using an unconventional game strategy, the former insurance analyst amassed tens of thousands of fans and haters on Twitter. In an effort to put his 15 minutes of TV fame to good use, Arthur aspires to become a public figure. D
4:30 am 
Arthur  "Brain's Brain/Brain Sees Stars"  Brain's Easter egg hunts are notoriously hard. But this year's might prove impossible if Brain can't remember where he hid the final egg. To track down the missing memory, Brain, D.W. D
5:00 am 
Cyberchase  "A Seedy Business"  The citizens of Factoria have been put back to work at a toy factory where they get free meals. The problem? The benefactor is none other than Hacker, and the meals all come from vending machines. The CyberSquad and their new friend--a little Factorian girl named Zoreen--suspect Hacker is up to no good, and they discover he's not making toys, but spy planes! To get the Factorians out of Hacker's clutches, the CyberSquad must show them how to grow their own food. D
5:30 am 
Cyberchase  "The Flying Parallinis"  When Hacker strands Jackie atop Mount Wayupthere, the rest of the CyberSquad has to act fast to save her. In their search for the elusive Diamond Joe - the mysterious figure who holds the secret to Jackie's release - the CyberSquad meets spunky TW, a young Parallini who agrees to help them. Can they discover the power of parallelograms in time to launch a daring rescue mission?. D
6:00 am 
WordGirl  "Wordgirl and Bobbleboy/Crime in the Key of V"  WORDGIRL AND BOBBLEBOY - TJ decides to make and sell his own WordGirl bobblehead dolls at all of her crime scenes. Unfortunately, the booming sales distract WordGirl so much that she loses her battle with Chuck! Will the bobblehead dolls put WordGirl out of business? Vocabulary Words: Bobble, Souvenir. CRIME IN THE KEY OF V - Determined to be the best at everything, the villainous Victoria Best sets out to be the best superhero in the city and put WordGirl out of commission for good. D
6:30 am 
Arthur  "Muffy's Soccer Shocker/Brother, Can You Spare A Clarinet?"  Muffy's proud that her dad is the new soccer coach until he exhausts the team with demanding drills like the piston, the muffler, and the-gulp!-shock absorber. Even if Muffy survives playing goalie in the big game against Mighty Mountain, will the team survive her dad? The try-outs for the Young Person's Orchestra are coming to Lakewood Elementary and everyone agrees that Binky is a shoe-in, since he's the best musician in school. So why is Binky suddenly refusing to play in band practice? Has Binky turned against the clarinet or against music itself?. D
7:00 am 
Martha Speaks  "Martha Plays Favorites/Martha and the Doggie Lover"  Martha Plays Favorites - Truman is worried that his mom doesn't think he's special anymore. She's too busy taking care of the babies at her daycare. Martha knows just how he feels. D
7:30 am 
Peg + Cat  "The Sam Problem/Mac The Fork"  The Sam Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. Jesse fears that if his Mom gets married she'll love him less. Peg uses math to show he has nothing to worry about! Primary Content: Division Secondary Content: Finite / infinite. D
8:00 am 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Whatever Floats Your Boat/Building Bridges"  When Nick and Sally's boat sinks, they need to build another boat, but don't know how. A trip to Floating Island helps them discover that, along with needing the right material, you also need to make the shape of your boat float. Nick is in pursuit of finding out how to build a drawbridge. D
8:30 am 
Splash and Bubbles  "The Greatest Treasure of All/Crabulous"  After the kids hunt for treasure and compare what they've found, Flo explains that she knows the location of a wonderful treasure that came from above the surface. Since the kids want to find it, Flo sets them out on a mysterious journey and if they follow her directions, the treasure will be waiting for them. / Bubbles, feeling self-conscious about a healing blemish on her face, meets Myshell, a friendly, outgoing decorator crab who has covered her shell with all kinds of shells, coral and sponges. D
9:00 am 
Sesame Street  "Elmo and Abby's Bubble Fun"  Elmo and Abby test bubble mixtures and learn a bubble has the colors of the rainbow. D
9:30 am 
Super Why!  "King Midas"  Pig only has one toy car, but he wants lots more! Super Why and his friends fly into the story of a ruler with the golden touch and meet King Midas. The king may think that MORE is better, but all he ends up with is more problems! The reading heroes help King Midas, and Pig learns an important lesson about appreciation. Educational Objectives: To learn to be glad about what you have, discover the alphabet, identify the letters M, I, L, K., practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to change the story. D
10:00 am 
Clifford The Big Red Dog  "Babysitter Blues/Saturday Morning"  "Babysitter Blues"--Mr. Bleakman is ready for a quiet relaxing weekend of oil painting, when he is asked to baby-sit Clifford for the day. Mr. Bleakman struggles to find a way to keep Clifford out of his way, but soon detects that the big red dog has much to teach him about being spontaneous and having fun! "Saturday Morning"--When T-Bone's "special Saturday time" with SheriffLewis doesn't turn out the way he expected one week, he goes on a quest to see how others spend their Saturdays. D
10:30 am 
Caillou  "Lost and Found"  A day of new discoveries! Caillou loses his voice, finds a frog in his throat, and finds other neat ways to communicate, until the frog goes away. Later on, Caillou is missing one of his favorite socks. He searches the house, and accidentally locks himself in the basement. D
11:00 am 
Sid The Science Kid  "That's The Way The Ball Bounces"  Sid created a new sport called Play-Doh Ball! You just jump in the air, spin around and bounce the ball. When Sid attempts to play his new game, he bounces the Play-Doh ball and it promptly splats on the ground! At school, Sid and his friends investigate and discover that if a ball doesn't have enough elasticity, it won't bounce! (Educational objective - Elasticity). D
11:30 am 
WordWorld  "The Really Red Ruby/Firefighters to the Rescue"  The Really Red Ruby - Frog is excited to accompany Sheep on an exciting adventure to find the Really Red Ruby - until he realizes that Sheep is only pretending to go on an adventure. Frog is disappointed until he makes his greatest discovery: playing pretend is fun! Firefighters to the Rescue - Duck and Fly want to become firefighters, just like their friend Firefighter Frog. To do that, they need to look out for any signs of smoke in WordWorld, because where there's smoke, there's fire! Will Duck and Fly be able to determine what's really smoke and what's not?. D
12:00 pm 
Peep and the Big Wide World (Apt)  "Count Them Out/Peep Prints"  NULL
12:30 pm 
Splash and Bubbles  "The Greatest Treasure of All/Crabulous"  After the kids hunt for treasure and compare what they've found, Flo explains that she knows the location of a wonderful treasure that came from above the surface. Since the kids want to find it, Flo sets them out on a mysterious journey and if they follow her directions, the treasure will be waiting for them. / Bubbles, feeling self-conscious about a healing blemish on her face, meets Myshell, a friendly, outgoing decorator crab who has covered her shell with all kinds of shells, coral and sponges. D
1:00 pm 
Sesame Street  "Elmo and Abby's Bubble Fun"  Elmo and Abby test bubble mixtures and learn a bubble has the colors of the rainbow. D
1:30 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel Does Gymnastics/The Big Slide"  Daniel Does Gymnastics - When Daniel goes to gymnastics for the first time, he feels a little nervous to join in with his friends. Dad Tiger helps Daniel feel brave by doing the gymnastics movements together and showing him that he can do it all on his own. The Big Slide - Daniel and O the Owl are excited to ride the dinosaur slide at the playground, but when O sees how tall it is, he gets a little scared. D
2:00 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Jodi's Mama Travels for Work/The Tiger Family Babysits"  Jodi's Mama Travels for Work - Daniel's neighbor Jodi is sad when her mama leaves for a work trip until Daniel helps Jodi feel better by reminding her that grown-ups come back. The Tiger Family Babysits - Teddy and Leo Platypus get upset when their Nana leaves for the market. Daniel and Mom Tiger help them feel better by playing with them and reminding them that their Nana will come back. D
2:30 pm 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Pink Love/Duocorn"  It's Valentine's Day in Pinkville! Pinkalicious can't wait to show her classmates just how much she loves them by making homemade collage Valentines out of their favorite things. But when the Valentines are accidentally destroyed, Pinkalicious needs to come up with a creative solution - fast! / Pinkalicious and her unicorn friend Goldilicious compete in an imaginary race - the Great Unicorn Challenge! Peter really wants to play, but he doesn't have a unicorn to ride, until he conjures up his very own - a duocorn. Interstitial: Kids meet mixed media artist Chanel Thervill and use materials to create collages. D
3:00 pm 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Whatever Floats Your Boat/Building Bridges"  When Nick and Sally's boat sinks, they need to build another boat, but don't know how. A trip to Floating Island helps them discover that, along with needing the right material, you also need to make the shape of your boat float. Nick is in pursuit of finding out how to build a drawbridge. D
3:30 pm 
Dinosaur Train  "The Call of the Wild Corythosaurus/Triceratops For Lunch"  The Call of the Wild Corythosaurus - The family surprises Mom for her birthday with a trip to a concert given by Cory and her family of Corythosaurus, who play music through the crests on their heads. Triceratops for Lunch - Our Pteranodon family eats lunch with their friend Tank Triceratops and discover that he and his family are all plant-eaters, with great leaf-eating teeth and giant appetites!. D
4:00 pm 
Let's Go Luna!  "The Big Dig/Amazing Man"  In Cairo, Andy unearths an ancient statue, learning that objects buried thousands of years ago can be discovered and dug up anytime and anywhere! / In Cairo, comic-book fan Andy and the others search for the meaning of hieroglyphics that explain the exciting ending to the latest Amazing Man adventure. D
4:30 pm 
Ready Jet Go!  "Water, Water Everywhere/Commander Cressida Story Contest"  Jet takes the kids on a saucer tour all around the Earth to discover all the ways that water can be found. They visit Antarctica to look at the ice, and then compare that extreme to the icy surface of Jupiter's moon Europa. / Sydney wants to enter a Commander Cressida story contest, but can't think up a good enough story. D
5:00 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Jodi's Mama Travels for Work/The Tiger Family Babysits"  Jodi's Mama Travels for Work - Daniel's neighbor Jodi is sad when her mama leaves for a work trip until Daniel helps Jodi feel better by reminding her that grown-ups come back. The Tiger Family Babysits - Teddy and Leo Platypus get upset when their Nana leaves for the market. Daniel and Mom Tiger help them feel better by playing with them and reminding them that their Nana will come back. D
5:30 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel Does Gymnastics/The Big Slide"  Daniel Does Gymnastics - When Daniel goes to gymnastics for the first time, he feels a little nervous to join in with his friends. Dad Tiger helps Daniel feel brave by doing the gymnastics movements together and showing him that he can do it all on his own. The Big Slide - Daniel and O the Owl are excited to ride the dinosaur slide at the playground, but when O sees how tall it is, he gets a little scared. D
6:00 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Tiger Family Trip   In this special, the Tiger Family heads out on a road trip to Grandpere's! At first, Daniel doesn't know what to expect on the ride, but with a helpful map from Mom Tiger, Daniel learns that there are so many exciting things to do and see when you're on a trip with your family. D
7:00 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniels Blueberry Paws/Wow at the Library"  Daniels Blueberry Paws - Daniel Tiger gets a special treat from Prince Tuesday's fruity ice treat cart, but when he's distracted by the other flavors, his ice starts to melt. Mom Tiger teaches Daniel to enjoy the "wow" - his blueberry ice - before it's gone. Wow at the Library - Daniel and O the Owl are enjoying a pop-up story at the library with Uncle X when O flutters off to find more books to read. D
7:30 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Tiger Family Trip   In this special, the Tiger Family heads out on a road trip to Grandpere's! At first, Daniel doesn't know what to expect on the ride, but with a helpful map from Mom Tiger, Daniel learns that there are so many exciting things to do and see when you're on a trip with your family. D
8:30 pm 
Arthur  "Muffy's Soccer Shocker/Brother, Can You Spare A Clarinet?"  Muffy's proud that her dad is the new soccer coach until he exhausts the team with demanding drills like the piston, the muffler, and the-gulp!-shock absorber. Even if Muffy survives playing goalie in the big game against Mighty Mountain, will the team survive her dad? The try-outs for the Young Person's Orchestra are coming to Lakewood Elementary and everyone agrees that Binky is a shoe-in, since he's the best musician in school. So why is Binky suddenly refusing to play in band practice? Has Binky turned against the clarinet or against music itself?. D
9:00 pm 
Sesame Street  "Elmo and Abby's Bubble Fun"  Elmo and Abby test bubble mixtures and learn a bubble has the colors of the rainbow. D
9:30 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Daniel Does Gymnastics/The Big Slide"  Daniel Does Gymnastics - When Daniel goes to gymnastics for the first time, he feels a little nervous to join in with his friends. Dad Tiger helps Daniel feel brave by doing the gymnastics movements together and showing him that he can do it all on his own. The Big Slide - Daniel and O the Owl are excited to ride the dinosaur slide at the playground, but when O sees how tall it is, he gets a little scared. D
10:00 pm 
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood  "Jodi's Mama Travels for Work/The Tiger Family Babysits"  Jodi's Mama Travels for Work - Daniel's neighbor Jodi is sad when her mama leaves for a work trip until Daniel helps Jodi feel better by reminding her that grown-ups come back. The Tiger Family Babysits - Teddy and Leo Platypus get upset when their Nana leaves for the market. Daniel and Mom Tiger help them feel better by playing with them and reminding them that their Nana will come back. D
10:30 pm 
Pinkalicious & Peterrific  "Pink Love/Duocorn"  It's Valentine's Day in Pinkville! Pinkalicious can't wait to show her classmates just how much she loves them by making homemade collage Valentines out of their favorite things. But when the Valentines are accidentally destroyed, Pinkalicious needs to come up with a creative solution - fast! / Pinkalicious and her unicorn friend Goldilicious compete in an imaginary race - the Great Unicorn Challenge! Peter really wants to play, but he doesn't have a unicorn to ride, until he conjures up his very own - a duocorn. Interstitial: Kids meet mixed media artist Chanel Thervill and use materials to create collages. D
11:00 pm 
Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!  "Whatever Floats Your Boat/Building Bridges"  When Nick and Sally's boat sinks, they need to build another boat, but don't know how. A trip to Floating Island helps them discover that, along with needing the right material, you also need to make the shape of your boat float. Nick is in pursuit of finding out how to build a drawbridge. D
11:30 pm 
Dinosaur Train  "The Call of the Wild Corythosaurus/Triceratops For Lunch"  The Call of the Wild Corythosaurus - The family surprises Mom for her birthday with a trip to a concert given by Cory and her family of Corythosaurus, who play music through the crests on their heads. Triceratops for Lunch - Our Pteranodon family eats lunch with their friend Tank Triceratops and discover that he and his family are all plant-eaters, with great leaf-eating teeth and giant appetites!. D

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