Printable Monthly Program Listing (Full Schedule)

Channel 12.1 - CPT12 as of Apr 16, 2014 through May 16, 2014

Air DateProgramEpisodeDescription
Apr 16
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Stand Strong Stand firm in a variety of standing poses, then end the session by tensing and releasing the various parts of your body, one by one, until you are utterly relaxed. 
Apr 16
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 16
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 16
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Fit From Head to Toe This episode incorporates a variety of exercises ranging from vestibular system to feet and gait. 
Apr 16
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Bandito: The Black Footed Ferret Episode Description: Martin impulsively tries out Aviva's new Stone Digger before it is finished and flies out of control and crash lands into a hidden prairie where he is stranded, but encounters a lost colony of black footed ferrets. Science Concept: Adaptations - specialization. 
Apr 16
8:00 AM
Curious George Monkey Size Me/Metal Detective It's hard being a little monkey in a big world. George tries to throw the Man with the Yellow Hat the perfect surprise party, but he orders a cake too big to fit in the freezer and he's too short to hang the decorations from the ceiling. George fantasizes about a life where everything is monkey-sized...where he could drive a monkey-sized car, order a monkey-sized cake, and even wear a monkey-sized yellow hat! But how would a monkey-sized party effect his regular sized guests? Educational Objectives: To use non-standard measuring devices (e.g., George's height and width of his arms) to measure the height and width of objects. To measure length or width, recognize that the units must be placed end-to-end, without leaving any gaps, and without overlapping, when lining up standard or non-standard units. To compare and order a set of measurements by size (e.g. the size of the ladders lined up by height).There's no better way to spend a sunny afternoon than playing with your favorite robot on the beach. But when a sudden rainstorm has George and the Man with the Yellow Hat running for shelter, George is upset to learn that he left his robot resting in the sand. With Professor Wiseman's help, George makes a homemade metal detector to help him find his buried metal friend. Can a monkey rescue a robot using an alarm clock, tape, and a calculator? Educational Objective: To reinforce the concept materials can be influenced by the weather. To demonstrate how following directions help people learn how things work. 
Apr 16
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Thump/Squirreled Away ThumpNick is trying to make his mother a surprise lunch, but she keeps coming into the kitchen! If only there was a way for him to know when she was coming. The Cat takes Nick and Sally to meet his friend Twitch the rabbit. Twitch and her bunnies teach Nick and Sally how to stop, look and listen. Now that Sally can warn Nick when his mom is coming, they're able to surprise her with lunch!Educational Objective: Rabbits - How rabbits sniff, look and listen to detect danger, and warn others by thumping their back paw.Squirreled AwayNick can't remember where he put his yo-yo. Cat offers to take the kids to meet his friend Bucky the Squirrel who is good at both hiding and finding things! Nick and Sally learn how to use markers to help them remember where they put things. Back at home Nick thinks like Bucky then is able to find his yo-yo!Educational Objective: Squirrels - How Squirrels hide and then retrieve the food they need to make it through the winter. 
Apr 16
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 inthe Talla-peg-a 20 race.Primary Content: More than, less thanSecondary Content: Solid shapesThe Big Gig Problem - The Farm. Peg and Cat need to round up the missing members of their touring band, the Electric Eleven, in time for their big gig for 100 chickens.Primary Content: Counting backwards from 11Secondary Content: Deductive reasoning, the twenties 
Apr 16
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Erma Eoraptor/Under the Volcano Erma EoraptorBuddy, Tiny, and Mrs. Pteranodon go on an expedition to find Erma Eoraptor, a member of the first species of dinosaur that ever lived. They venture off the beaten paths in the Triassic to find Erma, and then bring her back for a ride on the Dinosaur Train!Under the VolcanoTiny, Buddy, and Mr. Pteranodon take the Dinosaur Train to Volcano Valley to see the local volcano. The sight is so spectacular, they go back for the rest of the family only to discover they've already gone to see the volcano! The merry mix-up concludes as the whole family meets up to marvel at the sight of Mt. Smoky erupting. 
Apr 16
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Wild Brunch Snuffy helps out in at Hooper's Store when zoo animals come for brunch. He has to figure out a way to remember everyone's order.Educational Objectives: Self-Regulation 
Apr 16
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Waterfall, Part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Apr 16
11:30 AM
Sew It All Novel Idea, Nicole LaFoille Turn your favorite novel into a purse to show off your inner bookworm. 
Apr 16
12:00 PM
Scully/The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Apr 16
12:30 PM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts.  
Apr 16
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 16
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Native plants reflect the unique personality of your area of the country. And they can be beautiful as well as help conserve water. Join us as GardenSMART visits an unusual location to talk gardening. 
Apr 16
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Picture Frames and Wall Display Cabinets Pictures and paintings tell Family stories better than most books. So the frame that showcases decorative images better be custom made. See just how easy it is to do your own custom framing. A small curio cabinet for "shadow box" displays is crafted for three-dimensional items. 
Apr 16
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "From Lobster to Chocolate Clams: A Delicious Feast in Magdalena Bay" Rick and local guide Luis Garduno of REDTours venture out on a skiff to learn about sustainable fishing on Magdalena Bay. They catch up with local lobster fishermen and learn about sizing lobsters. Then they watch as clam divers haul up the local chocolate clams from the bottom of the bay. On the Isla de Magdalena shore, Rick and Chef Hubert turn the spiny lobsters into an impressive stuffed entrée and mouthwatering salad. Rick gets to tag and release a protected sea turtle while the stuffed clams roast on the grill. 
Apr 16
3:30 PM
Taste This! Latin Cuisine, "My Way" If you don't know a tostada from a tostado, then tune in to this show. Follow Chef Joseph back to the kitchen as he cooks his amazing Paella dish with a twist. 
Apr 16
4:00 PM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Meal Stacking Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown. 
Apr 16
4:30 PM
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food  Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes — a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes — showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.  
Apr 16
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 16
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 16
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 16
6:57 PM
Head On Cory Gardner v Mark Udall - US Senate Cory Gardner v Mark Udall - US SenateKrista: Congressman Cory Gardner's entrance in the Colorado 2014 senate race doesn't bode well for Senator Mark Udall. Udall voted for Obamacare and tried to pressure state officials into falsifying the number of Coloradans who have lost their health insurance under the law. By contract, Gardner has vowed to repeal Obamacare. Susan: Cory Gardner is Ken Buck, with better hair. Gardner supports a statewide ban on all abortions - including rape and incest. As the Congressman from northern Colorado, he voted to shut down the government, opposed disaster relief and loves those rich donors and pricey Congressional junkets.Krista: Congressman Gardner is one of the 250,000 Coloradans who lost their health insurance because of Obamacare. He's the perfect candidate to challenge Udall who falsely claimed "if you like your health insurance policy, you can keep it." Coloradans need a senator with integrity who is willing to fight. That's Cory Gardner. Susan: Don't cry, Krista - as a US Congressman, Gardner (and his aides) pick from a menu of gold-plan options AND in-person support sessions AND a web sites operated just for them by major insurers. He didn't lose his insurance. He traded it in for a fancier, pricier taxpayer funded model! 
Apr 16
7:00 PM
Studio 12 One Day In Denver Hundreds of filmmakers, non-profit organizations and citizens will document stories about the future of Denver. It's all part of a city-wide event and will be showcased in a documentary to be shown on CPT12 later this month. On the next Studio 12 join host Tamara Banks as she invites the filmmakers and founders of One Day On Earth to talk about their incredible project. They'll discuss why Denver is one of 11 cities being profiled in this unique interactive media event.Guests include producer Kristin Nolan; Tracey Winchester, Executive Director of the Five Points Business District; one of the founders of One Day On Earth; and Academy Award winning documentary producer, Daniel Junge as well as neighborhood organization leaders and city planners. What makes a city great? Be part of the conversation Wednesday night, live from 7pm to 8pm by calling 303-296-1253. 
Apr 16
8:00 PM
FRONTLINE Rape in the Fields For the women who pick and process the food we eat every day, being sexually assaulted, even raped, is sometimes part of the job. FRONTLINE and Univision partner to tell the story of the hidden price many migrant women working in America's fields and packing plants pay to stay employed and provide for their families. This investigation is the result of a yearlong reporting effort by veteran FRONTLINE correspondent Lowell Bergman, the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley, and the Center for Investigative Reporting. 
Apr 16
9:00 PM
American Experience Triangle Fire On March 25, 1911, a fire ripped through the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York's Greenwich Village. Terrified workers tried to make their way downstairs, but the factory owners kept the doors on the ninth floor locked, and the inadequate fire escape soon crumpled. Hundreds of horrified on-lookers watched as young men and women jumped from the windows. By the time the fire burned out, 146 people were dead. The tragedy of the fire and the ensuing public outrage led to landmark legislation that gave New Yorkers the most comprehensive workplace safety laws in the country. 
Apr 16
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 16
10:57 PM
Head On Florida House of Rep race - harbinger? Florida House of Rep race - harbinger?Susan: Republican David Jolly sunk Dem Alex Sink in a tight race to replace the late Bill Young. Jolly ran a smart anti-Obamacare campaign while Sink and the Dems failed to turnout their base. David may not be so Jolly in 2016 if the R's don't get their act togetherKrista: The Democrat was favored. President Obama carried the district in 2008 and 12 as did Sink in her previous bid for governor. The Republican was outspent and lost nearly 5% of voters to a libertarian candidate. Still, he prevailed. Why? His winning message - Obamacare has failed and must be repealed. Susan: Yup - it's a winning message for Republicans in the 2014 midterms. Sadly - it's a losing message for people who need quality, affordable and predictable health care. And, remind me - what's the Repub alternative? Ohh - now iI remember - it's just say 'No!'Krista: Glad you asked. Republicans introduced a bill to repeal Obamacare, give families the same tax breaks on insurance as corporations, and protect Americans with pre-existing conditions. The bill would lower health care costs by expanding individual choice, instituting malpractice reforms and cutting costly regulations. Needed medicine with fewer side effects. 
Apr 16
11:00 PM
FRONTLINE Rape in the Fields For the women who pick and process the food we eat every day, being sexually assaulted, even raped, is sometimes part of the job. FRONTLINE and Univision partner to tell the story of the hidden price many migrant women working in America's fields and packing plants pay to stay employed and provide for their families. This investigation is the result of a yearlong reporting effort by veteran FRONTLINE correspondent Lowell Bergman, the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley, and the Center for Investigative Reporting. 
Apr 17
12:00 AM
American Experience Triangle Fire On March 25, 1911, a fire ripped through the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York's Greenwich Village. Terrified workers tried to make their way downstairs, but the factory owners kept the doors on the ninth floor locked, and the inadequate fire escape soon crumpled. Hundreds of horrified on-lookers watched as young men and women jumped from the windows. By the time the fire burned out, 146 people were dead. The tragedy of the fire and the ensuing public outrage led to landmark legislation that gave New Yorkers the most comprehensive workplace safety laws in the country. 
Apr 17
1:00 AM
Studio 12 One Day In Denver Hundreds of filmmakers, non-profit organizations and citizens will document stories about the future of Denver. It's all part of a city-wide event and will be showcased in a documentary to be shown on CPT12 later this month. On the next Studio 12 join host Tamara Banks as she invites the filmmakers and founders of One Day On Earth to talk about their incredible project. They'll discuss why Denver is one of 11 cities being profiled in this unique interactive media event.Guests include producer Kristin Nolan; Tracey Winchester, Executive Director of the Five Points Business District; one of the founders of One Day On Earth; and Academy Award winning documentary producer, Daniel Junge as well as neighborhood organization leaders and city planners. What makes a city great? Be part of the conversation Wednesday night, live from 7pm to 8pm by calling 303-296-1253. 
Apr 17
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "From Lobster to Chocolate Clams: A Delicious Feast in Magdalena Bay" Rick and local guide Luis Garduno of REDTours venture out on a skiff to learn about sustainable fishing on Magdalena Bay. They catch up with local lobster fishermen and learn about sizing lobsters. Then they watch as clam divers haul up the local chocolate clams from the bottom of the bay. On the Isla de Magdalena shore, Rick and Chef Hubert turn the spiny lobsters into an impressive stuffed entrée and mouthwatering salad. Rick gets to tag and release a protected sea turtle while the stuffed clams roast on the grill. 
Apr 17
2:30 AM
Taste This! Latin Cuisine, "My Way" If you don't know a tostada from a tostado, then tune in to this show. Follow Chef Joseph back to the kitchen as he cooks his amazing Paella dish with a twist. 
Apr 17
3:00 AM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Meal Stacking Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown. 
Apr 17
3:30 AM
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food  Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes — a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes — showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.  
Apr 17
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Waterfall, Part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Apr 17
4:30 AM
Sew It All Novel Idea, Nicole LaFoille Turn your favorite novel into a purse to show off your inner bookworm. 
Apr 17
5:00 AM
Scully/The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Apr 17
5:30 AM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts.  
Apr 17
5:57 AM
Head On CIA - goin' rogue? CIA - goin' rogue?Krista: Dianne Feinstein, head of the Senate Intelligence Committee, accused the CIA of searching committee computers, attempting to intimidate staff and violating the separation-of-powers principles in the Constitution. The congressional committee is conducting a multi-year investigation into the CIA's interrogation program. CIA Director John Brennan has denied the claims. Susan: John Brennan, a 25-year agency veteran, is steeped in the agency's culture of deceit and defiance. There are no good guys here. Where was the Senate Intelligence Committee when the CIA abuses - torture, unauthorized spying, black sites - were occurring? MIA, that's where.Krista: The CIA spied on Congress. The NSA collected data on citizens. The IRS targeted ordinary Americans who dared oppose the administration. The DOJ investigated journalists and the FCC tried to research newsrooms for supposed bias. A lot of people are wondering in 2014, is this the Nixon Administration? Susan: One thing's for sure: power corrupts -both sides of the aisle! When the checks and balances, envisioned by our Founding Fathers are corrupted in the name of global terrorism or rigid ideology, privacy and individual integrity are compromised. I think it's time to put a woman in charge! 
Apr 17
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Butterfly Shoulderstand Today you'll go from Plough to Shoulderstand to Butterfly and Bridge in a fun flow of upside down poses. 
Apr 17
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 17
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 17
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Sensory Awareness and Breathing Mary Ann uses fun music to demonstrate breathing techniques and sensory awareness. 
Apr 17
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts When Fish Fly Episode Description: Martin and Chris challenge Koki and Aviva to a contest about who has the most challenging job. In their quest to win this challenge, the gang uncovers an unlikely animal partner that could ultimately lead either team to victory...or defeat.Science Concept: First Principle of flight - how air moves over a wing to provide lift. 
Apr 17
8:00 AM
Curious George Where's the Firedog?/Toot Toot Tootsie Goodbye George's canine friend Blaze keeps running away from the firehouse. When Blaze winds up in the animal shelter, George and his firefighter friend Sam learn how to keep her safe by putting a tag on her collar, walking her on a leash, and making sure she's never lonely. Educational objective: To show that animal shelters are positive places. To teach ways to keep your pets safe by giving them ID tags and walking them on a leash. To educate viewers that animal shelters have smaller pets as well.Toots the blues-singing germ is back and the Man with the Yellow Hat has a cold. George chases Toots out of the Man but now the germ wants to spread to other people. Can George stop Toots before they catch the infectious tune?Educational objectives: To understand that germs cause illness. To learn that germs are spread by contact. To learn some ways of preventing the spread of germs. 
Apr 17
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Pick Your Friends/Finola's Farm Pick Your FriendsIt's Valentine's Day and Nick and Sally can't agree on how to decorate the card they're making for Cat. Does this mean they aren't really best friends? Cat takes them to meet Sheldon, a tortoise who knows all about friendship. They learn that Sheldon's best friend is completely different than he is and that being best friends doesn't mean you always have to agree.Educational Objective: Symbiotic relationship - how two animals who are completely different coexist in a mutually beneficial relationship. Featured animals: Giant Galapagos Tortoise; Darwin Finch.Finola's FarmNick and Sally are trying to have breakfast but have run out of milk. The Cat arrives to take them to Finola's Farm to have breakfast with Finola. First they learn how to milk a cow, then they discover that cows milk can be made into butter and cheese and best of all - ice cream!Educational Objective: Milk - How cows milk is good for drinking and also makes butter and cheese - and even ice cream. 
Apr 17
9:00 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, lessSecondary Content: Counting by fives up to 25The Birthday Present Problem - Peg's House/Pirate Island/Prehistoric Valley/The Purple Planet/Fairytale Land/The Giants' House. Peg and Catgather 30 rocks from their favorite lands to give Peg's Mom for her 30th birthday.Primary Content: Counting by fives up to 30Secondary Content: Time, using a calendar 
Apr 17
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Have You Heard About the Herd?/Jess Hesperornis Have You Heard About the Herd?Tiny and Buddy are psyched to go to the Cretaceous Picnic Grounds where they meet Ernie Einiosaurus, who shows them how he lives in a large herd! Ernie introduces the Pteranodons to a herding game that makes even Mrs. Pteranodon put on her game face! Jess HesperornisThe Pteranodons venture to the Big Pond to find out if dinosaurs can live in the water. Their quandaries are quenched when they meet Jess Hesperornis, who turns out to be not only a water dwelling dino, but a bird as well! 
Apr 17
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Frankly It's a Habitat Big Bird is eating a hot bowl of soup on a cold day outside Hooper's store. Freddy Flapman, from Flychert Real Estate finds Big Bird and tries to convince him to migrate somewhere warm. Freddy Flapman tells him that he might like living in a new habitat. Big Bird thinks it would be fun to see pictures of these other bird habitats, but Freddy Flapman has a better idea! Why not a virtual tour? First, Freddy Flapman takes Big Bird to the beach where there are pelicans and gulls and beautiful ocean views. Big Bird decides that, although he likes to visit the visit the beach, he doesn't want to live there. Freddy Flapman then transforms Sesame Street into a big swamp! Big Bird learns all about this habitat, where owls and ducks like to live, but decides it's not the right one for him. Freddy Flapman pops up again. This time Freddy Flapman claps his hands and Big Bird's nest area is turned into a beautiful rainforest! Big Bird likes it. The rainforest is warm and colorful and has animals of every color and size. In fact, Big Bird likes it so much he wants to move there! Big Bird begins packing and waving good bye to all of his friends on Sesame Street. Just as he is about to leave, Big Bird's friends remind him of all the things he would miss if he migrated to the rainforest. Big Bird realizes he can't leave Sesame Street, after all this is where all of his friends are. Big Bird decides to stay put, Sesame Street is where he belongs! 
Apr 17
11:00 AM
Creative Living  Diane Romick, President and CEO of Castle Design Studio, will explain how optical illusions can change the perception of space when designing an interior. She'll show how different illusions apply to a room.Casey Schwartz is a floral designer and co-owner of Flower Duet, and she's going to show how to create an impressive bud vase with a spray of orchids and also a classic trio of roses with added greenery and filler. 
Apr 17
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Quilts from the House of Tula Pink, Part 1 Create modern free-form designs using traditional quilting methods—fast and precise.Nancy and author/designer Tula Pink start with designs inspired by nature and create unique modern quilt designs, as they create Tula's Beanstalks, Houndstooth, and Any Which Way quilts. They showcase strip quilting with wedges, supersizing a traditional design, and a scrappy fusing technique. 
Apr 17
12:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment.  
Apr 17
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Matthew Modine - Full Metal Jacket Diary: an "appumentary" Matthew Modine played the lead role of Private Joker in Stanley Kubrick's film, Full Metal Jacket. Kubrick encouraged him to take photos and keep a journal while on the set. Matthew went one step further. He took his photo-diary and turned it into what Entertaiment Weekly termed: An Appumentary. The app combines a unique combination of narration, audio, effects, music and never before seen photos and personal letters which deeply immerses all who use it. 
Apr 17
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 17
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  Sail a small boat off the coast of Louisiana, harvest local shrimp and fish, and prepare an amazing lunch onboard, complete with fresh herbs from a local garden. After that, set off to the canyons of Utah to learn how two brothers farm in a truly sustainable way in one of the most remote areas of the country. In the Victory Garden, Roger plants his own corn and beans; then Chef Marian sautés bok choi fresh from the garden. 
Apr 17
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Arousing the Senses Allen shares recipes and garden advice on herbs and fruit that appeal to our sense of smell and taste. He shows us how to plant a citrus herb container and how to use some of the herbs in fabulous recipes. Allen will also show us how to prepare a refreshing sun tea with lemon and fresh rosemary. 
Apr 17
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Braising Braising is a busy cook's best friend, and here's why: with little hands-on time and no special equipment, this "low-and-slow" method produces hearty, consistently flavorful main courses and side dishes that belie their ease. It's also a great way to cook lean, inexpensive cuts of meat. Martha shows you which cuts are ideal for braising and the best ways to cook them, sharing recipes for classic pot roast, braised cabbage with apples and pulled pork sandwiches. 
Apr 17
3:30 PM
Nick Stellino Cooking With Friends Walter Pisano, Silky Corn Soup Nick makes Silky Corn Soup with Truffle Oil and King Crab before welcoming Chef Walter Pisano from Tulio Ristorante in Seattle, who prepares Buccatini with Pancetta and Ricotta. 
Apr 17
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Rain and Rainbows In the fishing capital of Bergen, the wettest city in Norway, Andreas prepares local trout and re-creates the city's famous fish soup. 
Apr 17
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Cologne to Zell" Burt sails along the Rhine from Cologne to Rudesheim where he visits a museum dedicated to mechanical musical instruments. Along the way he passes the Lorelei Rock and explains the real story of how it got famous for luring ships into the rocks. Then he visits the city of Zell where the mayor and his band lead visitors in a parade through the streets of the town to a wine cellar underneath one of the government buildings. 
Apr 17
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 17
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 17
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 17
6:57 PM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
Apr 17
7:00 PM
Classical Rewind (My Music presents) Experience the beauty, romance and dramatic power of musical masterpieces in this visual and auditory joyride through the world of classical hits. Host Martin Goldsmith guides viewers on this fresh and engaging exploration of the world of classical music, with personal reflections from Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and Stewart Copeland of The Police, among others. 
Apr 17
8:30 PM
Brit Floyd Live at Red Rocks Fans have embraced BRIT FLOYD as the world's foremost Pink Floyd tribute show. Renowned for their note-for-note perfection, impeccable harmonies, staging, lasers, Floydian animations and props, this 12-piece band creates a genuine reincarnation of the live Pink Floyd experience. Filmed in front of a sell out audience at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado on Friday 2nd August 2013, BRIT FLOYD - LIVE AT RED ROCKS captures the magic and majesty of Pink Floyd's legendary music set against the awe-inspiring natural rocks and Colorado landscape.This special captures the band playing a summer show at Red Rocks. 
Apr 17
10:00 PM
Joe Bonamassa: Tour de Force - Live in London TOUR DE FORCE - LIVE IN LONDON chronicles Bonamassa's atmospheric rise from the intimate club environment of The Borderline, to the prestigious Royal Albert Hall. Each individual evening was marked by a unique theme with different setlists, arrangements and ensembles providing the viewer with four unique performances. His journey begins in the intimate setting of the 200-capacity London Borderline with a three-piece band. The result is a jammy tribute to Bonamassa's earlier career, with songs he hasn't played live in years. Next is a blues-themed night at Shepherd's Bush Empire, featuring a horns section to create a soulful, big-blues-band feel. He then moves to the Hammersmith Apollo which opens with a short acoustic set before moving into a rock-inspired evening. Finally, at the Royal Albert Hall, Bonamassa treats the crowd to a half acoustic/half electric show of his most popular and well-known songs, featuring the acoustic band from his most recent release, An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House. Each night's performance features a different selection of songs - over 60 in total and some having never been performed live before - from his extensive career beginning with 2000's A New Day Yesterday. 
Apr 17
11:30 PM
Healing ADD with Daniel Amen, MD & Tana Amen, RN ADD, or ADHD, is a national health crisis that continues to grow - yet it remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly treated illnesses today. Kids and adults are put on powerful stimulant medications in short office visits without any biological information, and the stories of these medications hurting children and adults are common and persistent. In this national public television program, psychiatrist Daniel Amen and his wife, nurse Tana Amen, take a completely new look at ADD and explain 7 unique types based on the extensive brain imaging work on tens of thousands of ADD patients. Treating all people with ADD the same invites failure and frustration and can be a disaster, as the traditional treatments that make two of the types better can make the other 5 types worse. 
Apr 18
1:30 AM
3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman, M.D. 3 STEPS TO INCREDIBLE HEALTH! WITH JOEL FUHRMAN, M.D. directly addresses the crisis of obesity and chronic disease plaguing America. Over 65% of Americans are overweight or obese — and that number is growing just like our waistlines. Dr. Fuhrman's revolutionary health plan is not about will power, but instead offers knowledge and a healthy, effective, and scientifically proven plan for shedding weight quickly and reclaiming the vitality and good health we all deserve. 
Apr 18
3:00 AM
3 Steps to Incredible Health! with Joel Fuhrman, M.D. 3 STEPS TO INCREDIBLE HEALTH! WITH JOEL FUHRMAN, M.D. directly addresses the crisis of obesity and chronic disease plaguing America. Over 65% of Americans are overweight or obese — and that number is growing just like our waistlines. Dr. Fuhrman's revolutionary health plan is not about will power, but instead offers knowledge and a healthy, effective, and scientifically proven plan for shedding weight quickly and reclaiming the vitality and good health we all deserve. 
Apr 18
3:30 AM
Gary Null: Reboot the Brain Healing the Brain Naturally 

When it comes to health, people rarely think of the brain, even though it is the "master organ" of the human body. In HEALING THE BRAIN NATURALLY, Gary Null, Ph.D. and the world's top brain experts will take viewers on a journey of the most fascinating machine in the universe.

Topics include why brain health is crucial to overall health; how to keep the brain and the entire body healthy and strong; how to optimize brain function; how to improve memory and cognition, and specific protocols to prevent or reverse brain diseases.



IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, Dr. Gary Null will join CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson live in the studio to discuss the film.

  • ABOUT GARY NULL
    For over three decades, Dr. Gary Null has been one of the foremost advocates of alternative medicine and natural healing. A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues. Dr. Null holds a Ph.D. in Human Nutrition and Public Health Science. View Dr. Null's full credentials.
 
Apr 18
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Matthew Modine - Full Metal Jacket Diary: an "appumentary" Matthew Modine played the lead role of Private Joker in Stanley Kubrick's film, Full Metal Jacket. Kubrick encouraged him to take photos and keep a journal while on the set. Matthew went one step further. He took his photo-diary and turned it into what Entertaiment Weekly termed: An Appumentary. The app combines a unique combination of narration, audio, effects, music and never before seen photos and personal letters which deeply immerses all who use it. 
Apr 18
5:57 AM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
Apr 18
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Backbend Boons Try a range of backbends to strengthen your spine, stretch your abdominal organs, and build your stamina. 
Apr 18
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 18
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 18
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Fun with the Large Ball The large ball is used in many ways from postural alignment to helping with balance in this episode. 
Apr 18
7:30 AM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Apr 18
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Pteranodon Family World Tour/Gilbert the Junior Conductor Pteranodon Family World Tour The entire Pteranodon family embarks on a roaring, exploring, World Tour adventure! They meet the Conductor's nephew, Gilbert, who takes them on a tour to meet Martin Amargasaurus, a spine spangled quadruped with an intimidating sail.Gilbert the Junior ConductorThe Pteranodon family is on a World Tour and get to sleep in a special Sleeping Car on the Dinosaur Train. During their first full day on the Train, the kids are super excited to play with Gilbert, the Conductor's nephew. Don gets jealous and finally admit his feelings, leading to a reaffirmation of his friendship with Buddy. 
Apr 18
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Wedding Planner Elmo helps Zoe problem solve and pull together the final details of Rocco's wedding.Educational Objective: Self-Regulation (EF) 
Apr 18
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Bird House Roger creates a painting of a small bird house using acrylics. Sarah visits the studio of artist Rolf Holmquist in Eastern North Carolina who creates fanciful and artistic birdhouses from recycled and found items. 
Apr 18
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day My Crazy Valentine Host Eleanor Burns teaches her "Quilt in a Day" technique - making some of the most intricate designs simple. Her instructions are balanced with the fundamentals, history, and the traditions of quilting, which she communicates with her fun-loving humor.  
Apr 18
12:00 PM
Asia Biz Forecast  Using an extensive network of reporters and correspondents from across the region, the fast-paced, magazine-style program ASIA BIZ FORECAST presents the latest in Asia business news and trends. Produced in English and hosted by Shery Ahn.  
Apr 18
12:30 PM
Asian Voices  Hosted by NHK's senior commentator Aiko Doden, ASIAN VOICES investigates global and regional issues with Asia's top academics, economists and politicians.  
Apr 18
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 18
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Together Alone FILM SCHOOL SHORTS kicks off its new season with two Student Academy Award-winning short films: "WILL" by Eusong Lee, and "Under" by Mark Raso. Set during the attacks of 9/11, "WILL" follows a young girl who wishes she could go back in time. Visually arresting, the short animation offers a stark examination of the unstoppable nature of time. In "Under," a relapsed drug addict is persuaded by her fiancé to journey to a remote country cabin in order to clean up. After they create a makeshift shelter under a mound of ice, the unthinkable happens when they are buried alive. 
Apr 18
2:30 PM
On Story Explosive Action! The writers behind WANTED, THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM, CON AIR, and SNITCH discuss how they use action scenes to further the plot, convey tension, and build toward a satisfying climax. Followed by Lucas Martell's animated short film, PIGEON: IMPOSSIBLE, about a trained CIA agent faced with an unexpected sudden threat to national security. 
Apr 18
3:00 PM
Simply Ming  Award-winning chef Ming Tsai offers both the curious beginner and the culinary expert simple solutions for creating easy East-West dishes. Using no more than eight ingredients, Tsai creates a repertoire of flavor-packed sauces, rubs, spices and vinaigrettes that serve as the foundation for quick but delicious dinners. Then, Ming and a diverse line-up of guest chefs transform a handful of fresh ingredients into several dishes. This season, Ming also welcomes culinary luminaries, including Ted Allen, Sara Moulton, Rick Bayless and Mary Ann Esposito. In addition to all-new recipes and wine pairings, Ming visits chefs around the country to explore the cultural inspiration of traditional dishes, and re-inventing them with an East-West twist.  
Apr 18
3:30 PM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The In the Fire The first "grills" possessed neither grates nor burners. The grilling was done right in the embers. The march towards barbecue enlightenment hasn't completely eliminated this primal method of grilling. In this show, you'll learn how to roast eggplants in the embers to make Middle Eastern baba ghanouj and see how a caveman might have cooked sweet potatoes. Our main dish routinely makes eyes pop and jaws drop in Bogota, Colombia: beef tenderloin wrapped in salt and cloth and roasted in the embers. And for dessert, an ingenious twist on that campfire classic, the S'more. The real baba ghanouj, fire-roasted Eggplant Lomo al trappo,whole beef tenderloin roasted in clothRoasted Sweet potatoes Shortbread s'mores 
Apr 18
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Go Nuts! Joanne goes "nuts" and makes for us her five-spice, ginger, and cayenne packed Asian Toasted Nuts. Then she encourages her student Geoff to do the same making stir-fried chicken, pine-nut lettuce wraps, and cardamom-scented rice with toasted almonds.Recipes: Asian Toasted Nuts, Stir-Fried Chicken and Mushroom Lettuce Wraps, and Cardamom-Scented Rice with Toasted AlmondsStudent: Geoff Rubendall, Civil Engineer 
Apr 18
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Cauliflower Gets Respect After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
Apr 18
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 18
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 18
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 18
6:57 PM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
Apr 18
7:00 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane  Colorado has a vibrant arts community that ranges from theater, dance and music, to visual arts, writers, and so much more. While many know when large events come to town, you may not know about the wonderful things being created right here! IN FOCUS WITH EDEN LANE will work to keep you informed, so you can keep it all, in focus.  
Apr 18
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Fusebox Festival 2012 Arts In Context connects artists with arts enthusiasts to explore creative communities and conversations associated with Austin. By spotlighting visual arts, dance, music and culture, we hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own. 
Apr 18
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As KBDI's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. 
Apr 18
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
Apr 18
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company    
Apr 18
9:30 PM
Classical Rewind (My Music presents) Experience the beauty, romance and dramatic power of musical masterpieces in this visual and auditory joyride through the world of classical hits. Host Martin Goldsmith guides viewers on this fresh and engaging exploration of the world of classical music, with personal reflections from Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and Stewart Copeland of The Police, among others. 
Apr 18
11:00 PM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Apr 19
1:00 AM
Gary Null: Reboot the Brain Healing the Brain Naturally 

When it comes to health, people rarely think of the brain, even though it is the "master organ" of the human body. In HEALING THE BRAIN NATURALLY, Gary Null, Ph.D. and the world's top brain experts will take viewers on a journey of the most fascinating machine in the universe.

Topics include why brain health is crucial to overall health; how to keep the brain and the entire body healthy and strong; how to optimize brain function; how to improve memory and cognition, and specific protocols to prevent or reverse brain diseases.



IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, Dr. Gary Null will join CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson live in the studio to discuss the film.

  • ABOUT GARY NULL
    For over three decades, Dr. Gary Null has been one of the foremost advocates of alternative medicine and natural healing. A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues. Dr. Null holds a Ph.D. in Human Nutrition and Public Health Science. View Dr. Null's full credentials.
 
Apr 19
3:00 AM
Classical Rewind (My Music presents) Experience the beauty, romance and dramatic power of musical masterpieces in this visual and auditory joyride through the world of classical hits. Host Martin Goldsmith guides viewers on this fresh and engaging exploration of the world of classical music, with personal reflections from Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and Stewart Copeland of The Police, among others. 
Apr 19
4:30 AM
Healing ADD with Daniel Amen, MD & Tana Amen, RN ADD, or ADHD, is a national health crisis that continues to grow - yet it remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly treated illnesses today. Kids and adults are put on powerful stimulant medications in short office visits without any biological information, and the stories of these medications hurting children and adults are common and persistent. In this national public television program, psychiatrist Daniel Amen and his wife, nurse Tana Amen, take a completely new look at ADD and explain 7 unique types based on the extensive brain imaging work on tens of thousands of ADD patients. Treating all people with ADD the same invites failure and frustration and can be a disaster, as the traditional treatments that make two of the types better can make the other 5 types worse. 
Apr 19
6:30 AM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Apr 19
8:30 AM
Gary Null: Reboot the Brain Healing the Brain Naturally 

When it comes to health, people rarely think of the brain, even though it is the "master organ" of the human body. In HEALING THE BRAIN NATURALLY, Gary Null, Ph.D. and the world's top brain experts will take viewers on a journey of the most fascinating machine in the universe.

Topics include why brain health is crucial to overall health; how to keep the brain and the entire body healthy and strong; how to optimize brain function; how to improve memory and cognition, and specific protocols to prevent or reverse brain diseases.



IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, Dr. Gary Null will join CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson live in the studio to discuss the film.

  • ABOUT GARY NULL
    For over three decades, Dr. Gary Null has been one of the foremost advocates of alternative medicine and natural healing. A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues. Dr. Null holds a Ph.D. in Human Nutrition and Public Health Science. View Dr. Null's full credentials.
 
Apr 19
10:30 AM
Dr. Wayne Dyer: I Can See Clearly Now In the most personal program of his career, Dr. Dyer offers an intimate conversation about what his own personal experiences have taught him: There are no accidents, and all the choices we make and actions we take weave a life tapestry uniquely our own. Exploring the five principles that have guided his own choices, Dr. Dyer shows why it is important to have — and act on — a burning desire, why life's lowest moments can reveal our true purpose, and how the principle of love allows us to see our lives more clearly and reach greatest awareness. 
Apr 19
1:30 PM
Gary Null: Reboot the Brain Healing the Brain Naturally 

When it comes to health, people rarely think of the brain, even though it is the "master organ" of the human body. In HEALING THE BRAIN NATURALLY, Gary Null, Ph.D. and the world's top brain experts will take viewers on a journey of the most fascinating machine in the universe.

Topics include why brain health is crucial to overall health; how to keep the brain and the entire body healthy and strong; how to optimize brain function; how to improve memory and cognition, and specific protocols to prevent or reverse brain diseases.



IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, Dr. Gary Null will join CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson live in the studio to discuss the film.

  • ABOUT GARY NULL
    For over three decades, Dr. Gary Null has been one of the foremost advocates of alternative medicine and natural healing. A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues. Dr. Null holds a Ph.D. in Human Nutrition and Public Health Science. View Dr. Null's full credentials.
 
Apr 19
3:30 PM
Healing ADD with Daniel Amen, MD & Tana Amen, RN ADD, or ADHD, is a national health crisis that continues to grow - yet it remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly treated illnesses today. Kids and adults are put on powerful stimulant medications in short office visits without any biological information, and the stories of these medications hurting children and adults are common and persistent. In this national public television program, psychiatrist Daniel Amen and his wife, nurse Tana Amen, take a completely new look at ADD and explain 7 unique types based on the extensive brain imaging work on tens of thousands of ADD patients. Treating all people with ADD the same invites failure and frustration and can be a disaster, as the traditional treatments that make two of the types better can make the other 5 types worse. 
Apr 19
5:30 PM
Classical Rewind (My Music presents) Experience the beauty, romance and dramatic power of musical masterpieces in this visual and auditory joyride through the world of classical hits. Host Martin Goldsmith guides viewers on this fresh and engaging exploration of the world of classical music, with personal reflections from Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and Stewart Copeland of The Police, among others. 
Apr 19
7:00 PM
Classical Rewind (My Music presents) Experience the beauty, romance and dramatic power of musical masterpieces in this visual and auditory joyride through the world of classical hits. Host Martin Goldsmith guides viewers on this fresh and engaging exploration of the world of classical music, with personal reflections from Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and Stewart Copeland of The Police, among others. 
Apr 19
8:30 PM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Apr 19
10:30 PM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Apr 20
12:30 AM
Classical Rewind (My Music presents) Experience the beauty, romance and dramatic power of musical masterpieces in this visual and auditory joyride through the world of classical hits. Host Martin Goldsmith guides viewers on this fresh and engaging exploration of the world of classical music, with personal reflections from Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and Stewart Copeland of The Police, among others. 
Apr 20
2:00 AM
Classical Rewind (My Music presents) Experience the beauty, romance and dramatic power of musical masterpieces in this visual and auditory joyride through the world of classical hits. Host Martin Goldsmith guides viewers on this fresh and engaging exploration of the world of classical music, with personal reflections from Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and Stewart Copeland of The Police, among others. 
Apr 20
3:30 AM
Rick Steves' Festive Europe RICK STEVES' FESTIVE EUROPE catches Europeans doing what they do so expertly — celebrating the good life. Keeping the successful formula of European Insights and Delicious Europe, this lively special captures European culture at its most festive. Rick experiences the pleasures of Andalucía, ventures into the reveler-filled Parisian streets on Bastille Day, takes in the royal pageantry in London, wanders through a Venetian palace, runs with the bulls in Pamplona, dines at an exclusive mens' club in Basque country, embraces high culture in Vienna, enjoys the lovable chaos of Naples, and walks the final stretch of the Camino di Santiago in Spain. 
Apr 20
4:00 AM
Dr. Wayne Dyer: I Can See Clearly Now In the most personal program of his career, Dr. Dyer offers an intimate conversation about what his own personal experiences have taught him: There are no accidents, and all the choices we make and actions we take weave a life tapestry uniquely our own. Exploring the five principles that have guided his own choices, Dr. Dyer shows why it is important to have — and act on — a burning desire, why life's lowest moments can reveal our true purpose, and how the principle of love allows us to see our lives more clearly and reach greatest awareness. 
Apr 20
7:00 AM
Mass For Shut-ins  This televised Catholic mass enables the elderly, homebound and physically ailing to get the word of God.  
Apr 20
7:30 AM
Misa Dominical en Español  Misa Dominical en Español  
Apr 20
8:00 AM
CEM: The New Health Conversation Is Being Morbidly Overweight Hopeless?, Part 2 In this episode Peter Greenlaw - Author and Public Speaker and Coach Steve Toth - Moderator discuss how people in general get overweight and unable to keep the weight off. Obesity is now the leading "preventable" cause of death worldwide. Peter explains why the whole concept of being fat needs to be redefined.Our guests are people from all walks of life in the studio whom have taken responsibility for their own health by addressing every component of the TDOS Syndrome discussed on our shows. Watch Mike Townsend's story about how he has lost 167 pounds in 184 days. Part 2 of 2. 
Apr 20
8:30 AM
Healing ADD with Daniel Amen, MD & Tana Amen, RN ADD, or ADHD, is a national health crisis that continues to grow - yet it remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly treated illnesses today. Kids and adults are put on powerful stimulant medications in short office visits without any biological information, and the stories of these medications hurting children and adults are common and persistent. In this national public television program, psychiatrist Daniel Amen and his wife, nurse Tana Amen, take a completely new look at ADD and explain 7 unique types based on the extensive brain imaging work on tens of thousands of ADD patients. Treating all people with ADD the same invites failure and frustration and can be a disaster, as the traditional treatments that make two of the types better can make the other 5 types worse. 
Apr 20
10:30 AM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Apr 20
12:30 PM
Rick Steves' Italy: Cities of Dreams In his latest special, travel guru Rick Steves tours the ancient glories and back-street riches of three great Italian cities — Rome, Venice and Florence. Starting in Florence, Rick beholds the art of Fra Angelico, Botticelli and Michelangelo before savoring a Florentine-style steak. In Rome, he ventures into the rustic neighborhoods of Trastevere and the Ghetto. In Venice, he gazes upon the splendor of the Doge before embracing the good life with a gastronomic pub crawl and a romantic gondola ride. 
Apr 20
2:30 PM
Train Your Dog Like a Pro Internationally-renowned dog behaviorist and best-selling author Don Sullivan hosts this special designed to provide struggling dog owners with the necessary tools and techniques to forge a lasting and loving relationship with their dog - all within minutes. 
Apr 20
3:30 PM
Classical Rewind (My Music presents) Experience the beauty, romance and dramatic power of musical masterpieces in this visual and auditory joyride through the world of classical hits. Host Martin Goldsmith guides viewers on this fresh and engaging exploration of the world of classical music, with personal reflections from Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and Stewart Copeland of The Police, among others. 
Apr 20
5:00 PM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Apr 20
7:00 PM
Gary Null: Reboot the Brain Healing the Brain Naturally 

When it comes to health, people rarely think of the brain, even though it is the "master organ" of the human body. In HEALING THE BRAIN NATURALLY, Gary Null, Ph.D. and the world's top brain experts will take viewers on a journey of the most fascinating machine in the universe.

Topics include why brain health is crucial to overall health; how to keep the brain and the entire body healthy and strong; how to optimize brain function; how to improve memory and cognition, and specific protocols to prevent or reverse brain diseases.



IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, Dr. Gary Null will join CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson live in the studio to discuss the film.

  • ABOUT GARY NULL
    For over three decades, Dr. Gary Null has been one of the foremost advocates of alternative medicine and natural healing. A multi award-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Null has written over 70 books on nutrition, self-empowerment and public health issues. Dr. Null holds a Ph.D. in Human Nutrition and Public Health Science. View Dr. Null's full credentials.
 
Apr 20
9:00 PM
Classical Rewind (My Music presents) Experience the beauty, romance and dramatic power of musical masterpieces in this visual and auditory joyride through the world of classical hits. Host Martin Goldsmith guides viewers on this fresh and engaging exploration of the world of classical music, with personal reflections from Itzhak Perlman, Joshua Bell and Stewart Copeland of The Police, among others. 
Apr 20
10:30 PM
Brit Floyd Live at Red Rocks Fans have embraced BRIT FLOYD as the world's foremost Pink Floyd tribute show. Renowned for their note-for-note perfection, impeccable harmonies, staging, lasers, Floydian animations and props, this 12-piece band creates a genuine reincarnation of the live Pink Floyd experience. Filmed in front of a sell out audience at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado on Friday 2nd August 2013, BRIT FLOYD - LIVE AT RED ROCKS captures the magic and majesty of Pink Floyd's legendary music set against the awe-inspiring natural rocks and Colorado landscape.This special captures the band playing a summer show at Red Rocks. 
Apr 21
12:00 AM
Suze Orman's Financial Solutions For You Up-to-date advice on a broad set of financial issues from Suze Orman, America's most recognized expert in personal finance, include: how to invest; whether to buy or rent a home; saving for retirement; what kind of life insurance to buy; wills and trusts; student loans and more. Orman offers tangible information on managing money today and how to make smarter choices towards a more economically secure future. 
Apr 21
2:00 AM
Brit Floyd Live at Red Rocks Fans have embraced BRIT FLOYD as the world's foremost Pink Floyd tribute show. Renowned for their note-for-note perfection, impeccable harmonies, staging, lasers, Floydian animations and props, this 12-piece band creates a genuine reincarnation of the live Pink Floyd experience. Filmed in front of a sell out audience at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado on Friday 2nd August 2013, BRIT FLOYD - LIVE AT RED ROCKS captures the magic and majesty of Pink Floyd's legendary music set against the awe-inspiring natural rocks and Colorado landscape.This special captures the band playing a summer show at Red Rocks. 
Apr 21
3:30 AM
Rick Steves' Italy: Cities of Dreams In his latest special, travel guru Rick Steves tours the ancient glories and back-street riches of three great Italian cities — Rome, Venice and Florence. Starting in Florence, Rick beholds the art of Fra Angelico, Botticelli and Michelangelo before savoring a Florentine-style steak. In Rome, he ventures into the rustic neighborhoods of Trastevere and the Ghetto. In Venice, he gazes upon the splendor of the Doge before embracing the good life with a gastronomic pub crawl and a romantic gondola ride. 
Apr 21
5:30 AM
Autoline Manufacturing's New Generation AUTOLINE is dedicated to reporting on, discussing and dissecting the inner workings of the auto industry and the products that it makes. Our website has several channels that carry our different programs, blog, and other information resources. AUTOLINE is often the first stop for auto executives, industry insiders, and consumers looking for the latest news about cars and the industry. Host John McElroy. "Autoline This Week" is an Emmy award-winning weekly half-hour talk show featuring top automotive executives and journalists from around the globe. The show focuses on topics that drive the industry and the men and women behind the wheel. John McElroy is the host of this television show as well as "Autoline Daily" the first industry webcast of industry news and analysis. McElroy also broadcasts five radio segments daily on WWJ Newsradio 950, the CBS affiliate in Detroit as well as a weekly blog for Autoblog.com and a monthly op-ed article for Ward's AutoWorld.Autoline has won numerous awards for over the years. In addition to our Emmy Autoline was awarded the International Wheels Awards for a documentary on "The Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise" as well as awards for "Challenge Bibendum" and "A Car Is Born."You can find more about Autoline, its network of programming as well as John McElroy himself at www.autoline.tv 
Apr 21
5:56 AM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
Apr 21
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Animal Poses Bulldog, Pigeon, Dolphin, and Stretching Dog all have something to teach us about stretching and strengthening various parts of our bodies. 
Apr 21
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 21
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 21
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Footwork and Core We take our feet and core muscles for granted. In this episode Mary Ann uses a variety of new exercises to focus on the importance of your feet. 
Apr 21
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Zig-Zagged Martin and Chris find themselves in a Zebra stampede, and when the dust clears, a lone baby Zebra is left behind. They must now return him to his Mom, with predators abounding along the way.Science Concepts: Camouflage 
Apr 21
8:00 AM
Curious George Monkey Hoedown/Curious George Clowns Around The Man with the Yellow Hat can't wait to join the Uptown Bluegrass Band for a good old-fashioned country hoedown. When George accidentally ruins the Man's guitar while trying to clean it, George and Allie decide to make a new guitar! With a shoestring, rubber band, fishing wire, and yoyo, George creates the world's first monkey birdhouse bandolin! / George and the Man with the Yellow Hat are excited to visit the Clown College for Pepe El Loco's Big Show. While the Man tries to find a parking spot, George is mistaken for a messenger clown and is tasked with picking up parts for a top-secret gadget for Pepe. While navigating his way through the building, will George figure out a way to keep track of what floor he's on in time to make it to Pepe's big show? 
Apr 21
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Meet the Beetles/Tongue Tied Meet the BeetlesNick and Sally must protect their cookie jar from cookie snatchers! But how? Well by meeting three of the Cat's beetle friends, that's how! Stan the Giant Stag beetle shows them how to look scary, while Cliff the Click beetle teaches them to make a noise them jump! And Bobbi the Bombardier beetle has a stinky surprise for those that try to sneak up on her. Now Nick and Sally can keep their cookies safe!Educational Objective: Unlike many insect beetles cannot as a rule take off instantly to the air. So many beetles have evolved means for "buying time" when under attack. Giant Stag Beetle Eyed Click Beetle; and American Bombardier Beetle Tongue TiedMmm, there's nothing better than a blueberry popsicle, even though it makes your tongue blue! Speaking of tongues, the Cat has some friends with marvelous tongues! The kids meet Treetop Tom and see how his tough tongue can pick food off of thorny branches. Then Snifty the boa snake shows them how she uses her tongue to smell. And by using Cat's "Not-So-Fast-Glasses", they can see Colin the chameleon's lightening fast tongue get him his food. Nick and Sally realize that their tongues are pretty useful too... for asking for another popsicle!Educational Objective: Animals use their tongues in many ways to detect, catch and eat the food they need. Tree Top Tom, the Giraffe; panther chameleon; Madagascar ground boa, African Umbrella Thorn Tree. 
Apr 21
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat Yet Another Tree Problem/The Romeo and Juliet Problem Yet Another Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. The tables are turned! Peg is stuck up in the tree and Cat must figure out how to get her down...by making a ladder out of found objects.Primary Content: Up, downSecondary Content: Horizontal, verticalThe Romeo and Juliet Problem - Verona, circa 1500. Peg and Cat help their poetic pal Romeo reach Juliet's balcony using a series of horizontal and vertical lines.Primary Content: Horizontal, verticalSecondary Content: Parallel 
Apr 21
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Confuciusornis Says/Tiny's Tiny Doll Confuciusornis SaysThe next stop on the World Tour takes the Pteranodons to Confuciusornis Gardens to visit a very wise, old dinosaur. They try some new foods, and learn to meditate, leaving them with their own enlightening mountain-top experience.Tiny's Tiny DollDuring the Pteranodons' World Tour, Tiny mistakenly leaves her favorite Tiny-Doll behind at Velociraptor Valley. Knowing Tiny can't sleep without it, Valerie and Velma enlist the help of a wide-winged Pterasaur named Ziggy to get Tiny's doll back to her. 
Apr 21
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Baby Bear Hates Wee Tee-Ball Papa Bear is excited to teach Baby Bear T-Ball, but Baby Bear would rather draw the ball than hit it.Educational Objective: Self-Regulation 
Apr 21
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Heaven on Earth, Part 2 Clouds. In this segment, Jerry takes his viewers through the process of creating more distinct clouds by using a wet-on-dry technique and a scumbling process to suggest different layers of clouds. Then he shows how to dry-brush a much brighter glow at the sun light area and soft sunrays. Jerry now finishes this segment blocking in the bushes and trees. 
Apr 21
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily From the Beginning Host and expert Eunny Jang starts the show with an introduction to different methods for working socks in the round—from magic loop, to double pointed with circular needles, to working on two circulars. Then, in the how-to lesson, Penny Sitler discusses the Helping Hands Foundation's Needle Arts Mentoring Program that teaches students across the country how to knit, crochet, or needlepoint with donated materials. Next, in the crochet-along, Marcy Smith joins crochet expert Kristin Omdahl to introduce the Chain Reaction Afghan, an afghan made of squares designed by both established crochet designers and members of the Crochet Me online community. Follow along each week as Marcy and Kristi go step-by-step through techniques for crocheting this afghan. Last, Eunny has a quick tip on how to close up gaps and holes in a knitting project. 
Apr 21
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As KBDI's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. 
Apr 21
12:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
Apr 21
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 21
2:00 PM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Decorative Details Paul Grothouse installs a teak island top in the kitchen, while Jim Snyder installs a solid surface vanity top in the master bath. Designer Christine Tuttle reviews how the vision for the house evolved from fabric, paint and light fixture choices. Tom builds a small but handy electronics nook. Tile contractor Mark Ferrante grouts the pebble tiles on the shower floor. Wallpaper hanger Warren Reeb hangs handmade wallpaper. Norm and Tom install a new front door. 
Apr 21
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  In this special episode, the guys make several important improvements. Kevin helps make a home accessible for a homeowner in a wheelchair by modifying a bathroom and several different sets of stairs. Tom and Kevin rebuild a dangerous staircase for a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing. 
Apr 21
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America From Walken's Bakery to Scialo's Bakery These recipes are a sweet way to end any meal. Lidia makes Boston Cream Cupcakes, Almond Pine Nut Cookies and Lemon Granita. She then heads to Scialo's Bakery, where she was inspired to create her own Boston Cream Cupcake recipe. 
Apr 21
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Sweet Things / Cose Dolci Rhode Island State Treasurer Gina Raimondo knows her way around fiscal cliffs and the family kitchen too as she and Mary Ann create an elegant Torta Margherita alla Crema di Caffe'. Then Mary Ann commits a calorie-cost overrun with her irresistible Chocolate Mousse, but Gina seconds Mary Ann's motion to dismiss - to enjoy this dessert instead. 
Apr 21
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  This series' ensemble of chefs, cooks, testers and tasters, led by "editor-in-chef" Christopher Kimball, reveal the best ways to prepare favorite dishes.  
Apr 21
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Forgotten Cookies Forgotten Cookies: Test cook Julia Collin Davison revives a classic recipe for Melting Moments cookies. Then, host Christopher Kimball answers questions from viewers. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for toasters. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster updates a lost recipe and shows Chris how to make Fairy Gingerbread. 
Apr 21
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 21
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 21
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 21
6:57 PM
Head On Supreme's & Campaign Finance Limits Supreme's & Campaign Finance LimitsKrista: The Supreme Court recently ruled that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional. Although the cap of $123,200 per election is gone, individual contributions for president or Congress, currently set at $2,600 per election, remains in force. Susan: I went to my bank last week and asked to visit my savings and checking accounts. Although I spent an hour talking to my cash - the bills were unmoved completely . . .mute! Money is not speech. The founding fathers did not envision a set-aside for rich donors. Krista: Just as freedom of the press is exercised through printing presses, cameras, and other things which cost money, so too is freedom of speech. It costs money to buy posters, ads, flyers, mailers, and commercials. We give money to candidates and causes to get the word out. It's our right.Susan: When corporations spend unlimited dollars buying influence - oops I mean bumper stickers - that's not free speech. Nor are anonymous 527 committees or unlimited individual contributions. Money isn't speech. Corporations aren't people. Today's corruption makes Dick Nixon and his bagman -Bebe Rebozo, look like choirboys! 
Apr 21
7:00 PM
Adventists 2 In 2010, the critically acclaimed documentary The Adventists examined the history and core beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventists. Its sequel, THE ADVENTISTS 2, widens the lens to explore the global story of this American-born strand of Christianity, including the church's medical mission work internationally and their more than century-old commitment to provide health and healing in some of the most remote regions in the world. In Haiti, THE ADVENTISTS II examines the faith-based support given to victims after the devastating earthquake. In Brazil, young missionaries bring much-needed medical support to the most remote regions. In Malawi, Africa, a hospital opened in 1902 as a leper center today treats thousands with HIV-AIDS. In China, a state-of-the-art hospital exemplifies the collaboration between a conservative religion and a facility of a communist state. And in the Dominican Republic, a team of volunteer doctors and nurses travel annually to a remote part of the world to perform operations and offer critical care to the poor. 
Apr 21
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part 3 The start of World War I spurs enlistment fever among the male staff. Ladies organize a benefit for refugees. LeClair has a mysterious obsession. 
Apr 21
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts This Perfect World This episode includes "Short Term 12" by Destin Cretton, and "Dia de los Muertos" by Ashley Graham, Kate Reynolds and Lindsey St. Pierre. In "Short Term 12," another day of balancing volatile patients, violent quarrels and birthday celebrations turns into a personal journey for the head counselor at a group home for at-risk adolescents. In ""Dia de los Muertos," a little girl visits the land of the dead and experiences the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos with the help of someone very special to her. 
Apr 21
9:30 PM
On Story Re-imagining the Classics The writers of re-imagined classics and popular franchises such as GHOST, CHARLIE & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, TWINS and SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN deliberate how to keep stories fresh while remaining faithful to the original version. Accompanied by Spencer and Lloyd Harvey's short film JACK & JILL, a fresh take on the classic nursery rhyme that follows a young Australian girl who finds an inventive way to contact her father, a soldier stationed in New Guinea during WWII. 
Apr 21
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 21
10:57 PM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
Apr 21
11:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part 3 The start of World War I spurs enlistment fever among the male staff. Ladies organize a benefit for refugees. LeClair has a mysterious obsession. 
Apr 22
12:00 AM
Nature's Invitation "Nature's Invitation" is a documentary about Canada's quest to get new immigrants in touch with nature. It also explores the consequences of a life devoid of nature. It includes a special appearance by the best selling American author Richard Louv of the book "Last Child in the Woods - Saving our children from nature- deficit disorder." 
Apr 22
12:30 AM
Growing Up Green Educational reform in the United States has largely focused on increasing test scores without changing the meaning of schooling for those expected to achieve academic success. As a result, student motivation and test scores have changed little, despite this nationwide effort. Yet, a few schools across the country have tried a different approach, focusing education around the places where students live and solving problems their communities face. However, while showing promise, these efforts have been largely isolated and piecemeal. Yet, they have helped set the stage for a unique statewide effort in Michigan, where for the first time, rural and urban schools, spanning a broad population base, will focus school reform around the environments students inhabit. Growing Up Green, a new documentary from award winning filmmaker Bob Gliner (Schools That Change Communities, Lessons From the Real World, Democracy Left Behind) focuses on this groundbreaking work which hopes to not only change the way public education is practiced, but as a result, educational and environmental outcomes as well. 
Apr 22
1:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Decorative Details Paul Grothouse installs a teak island top in the kitchen, while Jim Snyder installs a solid surface vanity top in the master bath. Designer Christine Tuttle reviews how the vision for the house evolved from fabric, paint and light fixture choices. Tom builds a small but handy electronics nook. Tile contractor Mark Ferrante grouts the pebble tiles on the shower floor. Wallpaper hanger Warren Reeb hangs handmade wallpaper. Norm and Tom install a new front door. 
Apr 22
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  In this special episode, the guys make several important improvements. Kevin helps make a home accessible for a homeowner in a wheelchair by modifying a bathroom and several different sets of stairs. Tom and Kevin rebuild a dangerous staircase for a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing. 
Apr 22
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America From Walken's Bakery to Scialo's Bakery These recipes are a sweet way to end any meal. Lidia makes Boston Cream Cupcakes, Almond Pine Nut Cookies and Lemon Granita. She then heads to Scialo's Bakery, where she was inspired to create her own Boston Cream Cupcake recipe. 
Apr 22
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Sweet Things / Cose Dolci Rhode Island State Treasurer Gina Raimondo knows her way around fiscal cliffs and the family kitchen too as she and Mary Ann create an elegant Torta Margherita alla Crema di Caffe'. Then Mary Ann commits a calorie-cost overrun with her irresistible Chocolate Mousse, but Gina seconds Mary Ann's motion to dismiss - to enjoy this dessert instead. 
Apr 22
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  This series' ensemble of chefs, cooks, testers and tasters, led by "editor-in-chef" Christopher Kimball, reveal the best ways to prepare favorite dishes.  
Apr 22
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Forgotten Cookies Forgotten Cookies: Test cook Julia Collin Davison revives a classic recipe for Melting Moments cookies. Then, host Christopher Kimball answers questions from viewers. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for toasters. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster updates a lost recipe and shows Chris how to make Fairy Gingerbread. 
Apr 22
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Heaven on Earth, Part 2 Clouds. In this segment, Jerry takes his viewers through the process of creating more distinct clouds by using a wet-on-dry technique and a scumbling process to suggest different layers of clouds. Then he shows how to dry-brush a much brighter glow at the sun light area and soft sunrays. Jerry now finishes this segment blocking in the bushes and trees. 
Apr 22
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily From the Beginning Host and expert Eunny Jang starts the show with an introduction to different methods for working socks in the round—from magic loop, to double pointed with circular needles, to working on two circulars. Then, in the how-to lesson, Penny Sitler discusses the Helping Hands Foundation's Needle Arts Mentoring Program that teaches students across the country how to knit, crochet, or needlepoint with donated materials. Next, in the crochet-along, Marcy Smith joins crochet expert Kristin Omdahl to introduce the Chain Reaction Afghan, an afghan made of squares designed by both established crochet designers and members of the Crochet Me online community. Follow along each week as Marcy and Kristi go step-by-step through techniques for crocheting this afghan. Last, Eunny has a quick tip on how to close up gaps and holes in a knitting project. 
Apr 22
5:00 AM
This is America & the World  THIS IS AMERICA is a weekly public affairs television series hosted by Dennis Wholey. Conversations with opinion leaders, newsmakers and extraordinary Americans. Dennis talks with guests on their home turf, where they're most comfortable and most likely to reveal their true selves.  
Apr 22
5:30 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face.  
Apr 22
5:56 AM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
Apr 22
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Special: Hemorrhoids Aswini Mudra is an easy technique that helps relieve this common ailment. Combine it with the poses on today's show for effective results. 
Apr 22
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 22
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 22
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Controlled Breathing Mary Ann experiments with several ways to control breathing to efficiently distribute oxygen throughout the body. 
Apr 22
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Seahorse Rodeo While exploring the world of the seahorse, Martin and Chris uncover a plot by Donita Donata to capture these amazing creatures and turn them into living jewelry.Science Concept: Scientific Classification (i.e. Seahorse are fish). 
Apr 22
8:00 AM
Curious George George's Home Run/Monkey on Ice While Marco tries to hit his first Little League home run, George gets to play scorekeeper. Unfortunately, he can't remember the order of the numbers, so he isn't getting it quite right. Marco helps out by using a catchy song to teach George how to count from 1-10 and then George returns the favor by agreeing to be a pinch runner for an injured Marco. Can a speedy little monkey run the bases fast enough for Marco to get his first home run? Educational Objective: To learn the correct sequence of numbers and count from one to twenty. To say the next number up, given any number in the one to twenty sequence. To connect sequenced oral counting with physically arranged sequenced number tiles in a row. To count objects with assigned numbers by physically lining them up in order by number. To learn the relationship between numbers 1-10 and numbers 11- 20 (e.g., the relationship between 1 and 11, 2 and 12, etc.). Bill wants to earn another Junior Sprout badge by constructing and sleeping in an igloo, inspiring George to build his own. Only George wants his igloo to have windows and be big enough to fit his friends and furniture--not small and cozy like Bill's. When George's huge ice house leaves him freezing cold, he decides to build one in a much warmer location--inside the country house. Educational Objective: To develop awareness of different construction technologies and how building parts fit together. 
Apr 22
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Pick Your Friends/Finola's Farm Pick Your FriendsIt's Valentine's Day and Nick and Sally can't agree on how to decorate the card they're making for Cat. Does this mean they aren't really best friends? Cat takes them to meet Sheldon, a tortoise who knows all about friendship. They learn that Sheldon's best friend is completely different than he is and that being best friends doesn't mean you always have to agree.Educational Objective: Symbiotic relationship - how two animals who are completely different coexist in a mutually beneficial relationship. Featured animals: Giant Galapagos Tortoise; Darwin Finch.Finola's FarmNick and Sally are trying to have breakfast but have run out of milk. The Cat arrives to take them to Finola's Farm to have breakfast with Finola. First they learn how to milk a cow, then they discover that cows milk can be made into butter and cheese and best of all - ice cream!Educational Objective: Milk - How cows milk is good for drinking and also makes butter and cheese - and even ice cream. 
Apr 22
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Parade Problem/The Halloween Problem The Parade Problem - Park. Peg and Cat need to sort out recyclables to clean up the park in time for the nursery school's Halloween Parade.Primary Content: SortingSecondary Content: EstimatingThe Halloween Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. While trick or treating, Peg and Cat find themselves pursued by a metal monster. Later they teach fair sharing to a "friend" who turns out to be a real tiger!Primary Content: Fair SharingSecondary Content: Positional relationships (in front of/behind) 
Apr 22
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Iggy Iguanodon/Shiny Can't Sleep Iggy IguanodonThe Pteranodon family continues their World Tour and meets Iggy Iguanodon, a funny chap who shows them his unique way of walking while leading our family to some white cliffs where Dad is very excited to fish and dine! Shiny Can't SleepShiny gets homesick while the Pteranodon family is away from home on their World Tour. She cannot sleep, so Mr. Pteranodon takes her around the Dinosaur Train and they observe the train at night and the activities of various nocturnal creatures. 
Apr 22
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Counting Booth Uh-Oh! The Count has to leave his Counting Booth and has no one to watch it while he is gone. Luckily, Elmo and Abby agree to become the official Counting Booth Counters while he is away. They immediately have their first visitors, the Three Little Pigs. They ask to be counted one by one to make sure they are all there. Next, Old McDonald brings his chickens to the Counting Booth. He wants them to be counted in pairs- the same way The Count counts them. But Elmo and Abby are hesitant; they have never counted by two before! Maria comes along and shows them how to count by groups of two. Suddenly, Baby Bear runs in to the counting booth holding ten boxes of crayons with five crayons in each. He explains that he doesn't know how many crayons he has all together. Elmo is nervous, he has never counted by fives, but with the help of Maria, Abby and Elmo they are able to count each box by five. Next, Snuffy and Big Bird can't figure out how many fingers all the birdkeeters have together. Elmo and Abby suggest counting by five, but Maria has a better suggestion. Why not count by ten? Elmo, Abby, Big Bird, and Snuffy count by ten all the way to eighty! Finally, Super Grover runs in. He needs a count down to fly off and save the world! With some help from Super Grover and a number line, Elmo and Abby are able to count down to one as Grover blasts off. The Count returns as Abby and Elmo share about their new counting abilities! 
Apr 22
11:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz  Veteran public television host Gary Spetz continues his artistic journeys in his new series, COLOR WORLD WITH GARY SPETZ. This visual travelogue emphasizes the path the painter-photographer takes when creating his art.COLOR WORLD celebrates the wonders of travel and the beauty of the natural world. Interested in culture, fascinated by history and inspired by nature, Spetz encourages viewers to open their eyes and appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in simple scenes.  
Apr 22
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts  It's all about the finished project—as style meets function. Designer Candy Glendening gets the show started with a tablet cover highlighted by her free-motion style of quilting. The botanical design adds an artistic flair to a functional project. Then, meet Terry White with a tote bag that reflects her whimsical style and features decorative machine stitching patterns. Last is designer Charlotte Angotti who shares her easy machine quilting tips on location in Cincinnati. 
Apr 22
12:00 PM
European Journal  This program provides a portal to the world of European news, culture, and commerce. Five teams of journalists, photographers, and producers travel the continent in search of stories that have impact and meaning for American viewers. Episodes are shot on-location, taking viewers to the heart of the story and providing a fresh perspective on the events that are reshaping the political and social landscape of the continent. Hosts Jim Gibbons and Cathy Smith make European coverage compelling and understandable for Americans by weaving each story together with in-depth analysis and a lively personal touch.  
Apr 22
12:30 PM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
Apr 22
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 22
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Sow True Seed: (Ashville, NC) As heirloom seeds continue to lose ground to modern hybrids and habitat destruction, many of these treasured varieties of the past are lost forever. In this episode, we get a hands-on lesson in saving seeds and learn more about how to preserve the integrity of true organic seedstock. 
Apr 22
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Master Garden Tour Hands-on gardeners reveal distinctive personalities and garden visions on this Master Gardener tour. See how a new gardener on a budget styled up an old yard. 
Apr 22
3:00 PM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Zarela Martinez Zarela Martinez creates a Mexican dish, tamales with mole verde, using such authentic ingredients as corn flour, lard, corn husks, herbs and tomatillos. The program closes with Martinez providing the recipe for the margaritas she and Julia sip as the final credits roll. 
Apr 22
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Buttermilk Fried Quail with Honey, Grandmother's Rabbit, and Bourbon Pecan Pie Buttermilk Fried Quail with Honey, Grandmother's Rabbit, and Bourbon Pecan Pie 
Apr 22
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Italian, Philly Style with Marc Vetri Feeds January 16, 2013Sara and chef Marc Vetri plunge into Philadelphia's Italian Market to source the rustic ingredients his Philly eateries are known for. Back in Sara's kitchen, they make two weeknight friendly Italian dishes - Sal's Meatballs in Pizza Sauce and Spaghetti in Parchment with Clams and Scallions. 
Apr 22
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 22
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 22
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 22
6:57 PM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
Apr 22
7:00 PM
Chef Driven Caramels and Spirits Ellen Daehnick, owner of Hellimae's Handcrafted Caramels, joins Frank Bonanno in the kitchen to demonstrate her caramel-making technique. Together, Bonanno and Daehnick prepare the perfect pie crust for a caramel apple pie and Green Russell bartender Adam Hodak pairs a dessert cocktail. Bonanno and Chris Gregory tour Leopold Bros with founder Todd Leopold to learn the craft of small batch distilling. 
Apr 22
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Seeds It all began when Sean Brock went looking for Jimmy red corn. That simple journey turned into a lifetime of searching, archiving and reviving lost crops of the South. His partners in crime are legendary owner and operator of Anson Mills, Glen Roberts, and University of South Carolina professor David Shields — a trifecta of seed nerds hell-bent on preserving Southern food heritage. In this episode, Sean travels to Anson Mills to hand-quern Jimmy red corn, discover fire threshing and cook hominy. David Shields visits Sean's R&D lab to experiment with seeds and to tell the story of the Bradford watermelon, a near-extinct fruit with a delicious and deadly history. Sean travels to Blackberry Farm in Tennessee to talk to Master Gardener John Coyenkdall about heirloom seeds. Finally, food scientist Harold McGee talks about the magic of combining corn and lye. 
Apr 22
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Kansas City, Part 2 In Kanas City, Missouri, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Marshall Martin travel to the Toy and Miniature Museum to discuss dolls houses and miniature models. Highlights include a beauty book, ca. 1928, by entrepreneur Madam C.J. Walker, the first American female millionaire; an 1861 E.G. Wright silver cornet that was played by the owner's great-grandfather when he was part of the 15th Regiment of Indiana; and a 1920 Julian Onderdonk oil painting that was gifted to the owner's mother when she lived next door to the artist and is now appraised for $125,000. 
Apr 22
9:00 PM
Smokin' Fish Cory Mann is a quirky Tlingit businessman hustling to make a dollar in Juneau, Alaska. He gets hungry for smoked salmon, nostalgic for his childhood, and decides to spend a summer smoking fish at his family's traditional fish camp. The unusual story of his life and the untold history of his people interweave with the process of preparing traditional food as he struggles to pay his bills, keep the IRS off his back and keep his business afloat. By turns tragic, bizarre or just plain ridiculous, SMOKIN' FISH tells the story of one man's attempts to navigate the messy collision between the modern world and an ancient culture. 
Apr 22
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 22
10:57 PM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
Apr 22
11:00 PM
Chef Driven Caramels and Spirits Ellen Daehnick, owner of Hellimae's Handcrafted Caramels, joins Frank Bonanno in the kitchen to demonstrate her caramel-making technique. Together, Bonanno and Daehnick prepare the perfect pie crust for a caramel apple pie and Green Russell bartender Adam Hodak pairs a dessert cocktail. Bonanno and Chris Gregory tour Leopold Bros with founder Todd Leopold to learn the craft of small batch distilling. 
Apr 22
11:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Seeds It all began when Sean Brock went looking for Jimmy red corn. That simple journey turned into a lifetime of searching, archiving and reviving lost crops of the South. His partners in crime are legendary owner and operator of Anson Mills, Glen Roberts, and University of South Carolina professor David Shields — a trifecta of seed nerds hell-bent on preserving Southern food heritage. In this episode, Sean travels to Anson Mills to hand-quern Jimmy red corn, discover fire threshing and cook hominy. David Shields visits Sean's R&D lab to experiment with seeds and to tell the story of the Bradford watermelon, a near-extinct fruit with a delicious and deadly history. Sean travels to Blackberry Farm in Tennessee to talk to Master Gardener John Coyenkdall about heirloom seeds. Finally, food scientist Harold McGee talks about the magic of combining corn and lye. 
Apr 23
12:00 AM
Smokin' Fish Cory Mann is a quirky Tlingit businessman hustling to make a dollar in Juneau, Alaska. He gets hungry for smoked salmon, nostalgic for his childhood, and decides to spend a summer smoking fish at his family's traditional fish camp. The unusual story of his life and the untold history of his people interweave with the process of preparing traditional food as he struggles to pay his bills, keep the IRS off his back and keep his business afloat. By turns tragic, bizarre or just plain ridiculous, SMOKIN' FISH tells the story of one man's attempts to navigate the messy collision between the modern world and an ancient culture. 
Apr 23
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Sow True Seed: (Ashville, NC) As heirloom seeds continue to lose ground to modern hybrids and habitat destruction, many of these treasured varieties of the past are lost forever. In this episode, we get a hands-on lesson in saving seeds and learn more about how to preserve the integrity of true organic seedstock. 
Apr 23
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Master Garden Tour Hands-on gardeners reveal distinctive personalities and garden visions on this Master Gardener tour. See how a new gardener on a budget styled up an old yard. 
Apr 23
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Zarela Martinez Zarela Martinez creates a Mexican dish, tamales with mole verde, using such authentic ingredients as corn flour, lard, corn husks, herbs and tomatillos. The program closes with Martinez providing the recipe for the margaritas she and Julia sip as the final credits roll. 
Apr 23
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Buttermilk Fried Quail with Honey, Grandmother's Rabbit, and Bourbon Pecan Pie Buttermilk Fried Quail with Honey, Grandmother's Rabbit, and Bourbon Pecan Pie 
Apr 23
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia Michel Richard Master chef Michel Richard works his magic with puff pastry, making mini-pizzas and then deep-fried parmesan cheese twists. Master teacher Alice Medrich bakes vanilla hazelnut biscotti. 
Apr 23
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Italian, Philly Style with Marc Vetri Feeds January 16, 2013Sara and chef Marc Vetri plunge into Philadelphia's Italian Market to source the rustic ingredients his Philly eateries are known for. Back in Sara's kitchen, they make two weeknight friendly Italian dishes - Sal's Meatballs in Pizza Sauce and Spaghetti in Parchment with Clams and Scallions. 
Apr 23
4:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz  Veteran public television host Gary Spetz continues his artistic journeys in his new series, COLOR WORLD WITH GARY SPETZ. This visual travelogue emphasizes the path the painter-photographer takes when creating his art.COLOR WORLD celebrates the wonders of travel and the beauty of the natural world. Interested in culture, fascinated by history and inspired by nature, Spetz encourages viewers to open their eyes and appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in simple scenes.  
Apr 23
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts  It's all about the finished project—as style meets function. Designer Candy Glendening gets the show started with a tablet cover highlighted by her free-motion style of quilting. The botanical design adds an artistic flair to a functional project. Then, meet Terry White with a tote bag that reflects her whimsical style and features decorative machine stitching patterns. Last is designer Charlotte Angotti who shares her easy machine quilting tips on location in Cincinnati. 
Apr 23
5:00 AM
European Journal  This program provides a portal to the world of European news, culture, and commerce. Five teams of journalists, photographers, and producers travel the continent in search of stories that have impact and meaning for American viewers. Episodes are shot on-location, taking viewers to the heart of the story and providing a fresh perspective on the events that are reshaping the political and social landscape of the continent. Hosts Jim Gibbons and Cathy Smith make European coverage compelling and understandable for Americans by weaving each story together with in-depth analysis and a lively personal touch.  
Apr 23
5:30 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
Apr 23
5:56 AM
Head On Supreme's & Campaign Finance Limits Supreme's & Campaign Finance LimitsKrista: The Supreme Court recently ruled that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional. Although the cap of $123,200 per election is gone, individual contributions for president or Congress, currently set at $2,600 per election, remains in force. Susan: I went to my bank last week and asked to visit my savings and checking accounts. Although I spent an hour talking to my cash - the bills were unmoved completely . . .mute! Money is not speech. The founding fathers did not envision a set-aside for rich donors. Krista: Just as freedom of the press is exercised through printing presses, cameras, and other things which cost money, so too is freedom of speech. It costs money to buy posters, ads, flyers, mailers, and commercials. We give money to candidates and causes to get the word out. It's our right.Susan: When corporations spend unlimited dollars buying influence - oops I mean bumper stickers - that's not free speech. Nor are anonymous 527 committees or unlimited individual contributions. Money isn't speech. Corporations aren't people. Today's corruption makes Dick Nixon and his bagman -Bebe Rebozo, look like choirboys! 
Apr 23
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Lotus Let your body bend in Blowing Tree. Loosen your legs for Lotus with a five-part stretch, then do some lying-down versions of the posture. 
Apr 23
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 23
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 23
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Vestibular and Core Mary Ann combines a nice mix of vestibular and core work while Gretchen reinforces the importance of gait training exercises 
Apr 23
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts A Huge Orange Problem While Chris and Martin are off searching for the endangered orangutan in the deep forests of Borneo, back at the Tortuga HQ, Aviva, Koki, and Jimmy come down with an itchy rash. The only problem is they don't have a first aid kit, but the Kratts learn that by using orangutan ingenuity, they can quickly cure the team's itch.Science Concepts: Plant & Animal Relationships - Mammals, particularly primates, use plants as medicine. 
Apr 23
8:00 AM
Curious George George-O-Matic/Curious George, Sheep Herder George is entranced by the museum's newest addition: a vending machine full of levers, wheels, springs, and healthy snacks! So when George is put in charge of making the dessert for an important dinner party, he can think of nothing better than creating his own dessert dispensing vending machine - the George-O-Matic. One tiny design flaw: George asks Gnocci the cat to motor the machine, causing it to go into overdrive.Educational Objective: To illustrate how many technologies are a result of the needs and wants of people and that the way people live and work has changed throughout history because of technology. To recognize that all products and systems are subject to failure. To demonstrate how a simple machine working with another simple machine results in a complex machine.George buys a cool new scarf at the Country Fair, but with one tug on a loose strand of wool, the entire scarf unravels! While searching for sheep that will give him some wool for another scarf, George accidentally whistles, which sends Bo the sheepdog and his flock of sheep on a wild adventure through the country. Can George whistle his way out of this mess or will his baaaaaad day turn even worse? Educational Objective: To learn something about the interactions between humans and domesticated animals, specifically sheep. To be introduced to the many processes involved in wool production and manufacture. 
Apr 23
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Teeny Weeny Adventure/I See Seeds Teeny Weeny AdventureNick has spotted a tiny ladybug, but Sally has found an even smaller ant! And there's nothing smaller than an ant. Or is there? Cat takes Nick and Sally to meet a variety of single-celled creatures, the smallest anywhere! Nick and Sally soon learn that a drop of water holds a whole lot more than they ever realized!Educational Objective: Single cell organisms are the most amazing creatures you never knew were there. I See Seeds Sally and Nick are going on an adventure, but how are they going to get there? Skateboard? Train? Rocketship? They just can't decide! Until Cat suggests they see how trees send their seeds on trips. They follow different seeds as they travel through the air, float on the water and hitch rides on animals.Educational Objective: Some of the different ways the seeds from plants get spread: Maple, Gorse Bush, Burdock, and Iris Lily. 
Apr 23
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Blockette Problem/The Tulip Problem The Blockette Problem - Radio City Music Hall. When their demanding pal Richard is directing the Radio City Music Hall Blockettes, Peg and Cat find a way to make the set perfectly symmetrical.Primary Content: SymmetrySecondary Content: Associate events with hot and cold temperatures, heightThe Tulip Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. When Neighbor Ladies Connie and Viv have a tiff, Peg and Cat make peace by making sure each has the same number of flowers.Primary Content: Subtraction, greater than/less thanSecondary Content: The equals sign 
Apr 23
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Kenny Kentrosaurus/Don and the Troodons Kenny KentrosaurusAs the Pteranodon's World Tour nears its end, the Pteranodon family travels to Africa to meet a Stegosaur named Kenny Kentrosaurus. He teaches the kids about his spikes and his tail, showing them how to thump, prompting a fun drumming party!Don and the TroodonsThe Pteranodon family oversleeps and rushes to go on another World Tour! Don is allowed to stay back on the Train and he ends up having a fun and educational day with the Conductor and his mom, Mrs. Conductor! 
Apr 23
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Flower Show Stinky is nervous that he won't bloom in time for the flower show. Maybe relaxing will help.Educational Objective: Self-Regulation 
Apr 23
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Final Moment, Part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Apr 23
11:30 AM
Sew It All Handbag Hardware, Kristina Saccone Create a fabulous couture handbag incorporating hardware for a professional finish. 
Apr 23
12:00 PM
Scully/The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Apr 23
12:30 PM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts.  
Apr 23
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 23
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  After a long, cold winter color in the garden is a welcome change. GardenSMART visits with an expert who shares her tips for planting and caring for these welcome signs of a new gardening season. Join us as we GardenSMART. 
Apr 23
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Turned Post Coffee Table Made of recycled Barn wood, this table looks like an ancient family heirloom. Distressed techniques are used to make this new piece of furniture look old. Learn the art of identifying native air-dried woods. 
Apr 23
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Cooking in Wine Country" Ever dream of owning a winery? Don and Tru Miller made their dreams come true 12 years ago when they built Adobe Guadalupe in the Valle de Guadalupe. Rick's dream of cooking in their stunning kitchen, with its handmade wood-fired oven, comes true this season when he cooks for the Millers and other local winemakers. Along the way, Rick shops for just-picked produce at the idyllic farm stand on the grounds of Mogor Baden Winery, artisanal cheeses at Rancho La Campana (a 100-year-old cheese cave) as well as for breads and olives at the charming Cremeria los Globos. What's for dinner? Local leg of lamb with a pasilla olive sauce, mixed greens with fresh mussels and fava beans, and perfect strawberries with chamomile sabayon. Dreamy indeed. 
Apr 23
3:30 PM
Taste This! Creative Cuisine in a Box Grab and go meals are a dime of dozen these days. Chef Joe is on the hunt for gourmet artfully crafted food for the taking. His travels bring him to an eatery called "David Burke at Bloomingdales" where the chefs will sample the "Burke in the Box", a take-out and eat-in concept that includes dishes such as "Truffled French Fries" and lobster salads with peach vinaigrette. 
Apr 23
4:00 PM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Tailgate Party Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown. 
Apr 23
4:30 PM
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food  Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes — a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes — showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.  
Apr 23
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 23
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 23
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 23
6:57 PM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
Apr 23
7:00 PM
Studio 12  STUDIO 12 explores hot issues, fascinating topics and provocative personalities. Alternately hosted by Steffan Tubbs and Tamara Banks, STUDIO 12 is one of the only shows in Colorado that encourages the viewers at home to call-in and join the discussion.  
Apr 23
8:00 PM
FRONTLINE TB Silent Killer FRONTLINE tells the heart-wrenching stories behind the spread of a deadly infection threatening people around the world. Despite efforts to eradicate it, tuberculosis remains one of the world's deadliest diseases, a contagious airborne illness infecting more than eight million people a year. But most alarming to global health officials are spreading strains of TB that are highly resistant to drug treatments. In this intimate film, FRONTLINE travels to the epicenter of the TB crisis — the southern African nation of Swaziland — where families are waging an often hopeless fight for survival. 
Apr 23
9:30 PM
Light of the Valley: The 15th Renovation of Swayambhu Light of the Valley presents the inspiring story of the 15th renovation of the Swayambu Stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal, recognized as one of the most important monuments in the Buddhist world. Renowned for its great antiquity and spiritual significance, this historic site has been worshipped continuously through the centuries by the people of Nepal and Tibet. It remains a focus of daily offerings, prayers and ceremonies today. In 2008, Tibetan lama Tarthang Tulku sent his daughter, Tsering Gellek to Nepal to direct the renovation, a project that is traditionally undertaken once in a century. With the help of 70 skilled Nepalese artisans, in less than two years the project was successfully completed. Light of the Valley, a 30-minute documentary produced by Guna Foundation, chronicles this momentous achievement.Light of the Valley reawakens an appreciation for culturally significant sites and the value of their conservation throughout the world. Art restoration work undertaken with sensitivity, goodwill and community participation enriches our human heritage and benefits generations to come. 
Apr 23
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 23
10:57 PM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
Apr 23
11:00 PM
Adventists 2 In 2010, the critically acclaimed documentary The Adventists examined the history and core beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventists. Its sequel, THE ADVENTISTS 2, widens the lens to explore the global story of this American-born strand of Christianity, including the church's medical mission work internationally and their more than century-old commitment to provide health and healing in some of the most remote regions in the world. In Haiti, THE ADVENTISTS II examines the faith-based support given to victims after the devastating earthquake. In Brazil, young missionaries bring much-needed medical support to the most remote regions. In Malawi, Africa, a hospital opened in 1902 as a leper center today treats thousands with HIV-AIDS. In China, a state-of-the-art hospital exemplifies the collaboration between a conservative religion and a facility of a communist state. And in the Dominican Republic, a team of volunteer doctors and nurses travel annually to a remote part of the world to perform operations and offer critical care to the poor. 
Apr 24
12:00 AM
Smokin' Fish Cory Mann is a quirky Tlingit businessman hustling to make a dollar in Juneau, Alaska. He gets hungry for smoked salmon, nostalgic for his childhood, and decides to spend a summer smoking fish at his family's traditional fish camp. The unusual story of his life and the untold history of his people interweave with the process of preparing traditional food as he struggles to pay his bills, keep the IRS off his back and keep his business afloat. By turns tragic, bizarre or just plain ridiculous, SMOKIN' FISH tells the story of one man's attempts to navigate the messy collision between the modern world and an ancient culture. 
Apr 24
1:00 AM
Studio 12  STUDIO 12 explores hot issues, fascinating topics and provocative personalities. Alternately hosted by Steffan Tubbs and Tamara Banks, STUDIO 12 is one of the only shows in Colorado that encourages the viewers at home to call-in and join the discussion.  
Apr 24
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Cooking in Wine Country" Ever dream of owning a winery? Don and Tru Miller made their dreams come true 12 years ago when they built Adobe Guadalupe in the Valle de Guadalupe. Rick's dream of cooking in their stunning kitchen, with its handmade wood-fired oven, comes true this season when he cooks for the Millers and other local winemakers. Along the way, Rick shops for just-picked produce at the idyllic farm stand on the grounds of Mogor Baden Winery, artisanal cheeses at Rancho La Campana (a 100-year-old cheese cave) as well as for breads and olives at the charming Cremeria los Globos. What's for dinner? Local leg of lamb with a pasilla olive sauce, mixed greens with fresh mussels and fava beans, and perfect strawberries with chamomile sabayon. Dreamy indeed. 
Apr 24
2:30 AM
Taste This! Creative Cuisine in a Box Grab and go meals are a dime of dozen these days. Chef Joe is on the hunt for gourmet artfully crafted food for the taking. His travels bring him to an eatery called "David Burke at Bloomingdales" where the chefs will sample the "Burke in the Box", a take-out and eat-in concept that includes dishes such as "Truffled French Fries" and lobster salads with peach vinaigrette. 
Apr 24
3:00 AM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Tailgate Party Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown. 
Apr 24
3:30 AM
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food  Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes — a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes — showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.  
Apr 24
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Final Moment, Part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Apr 24
4:30 AM
Sew It All Handbag Hardware, Kristina Saccone Create a fabulous couture handbag incorporating hardware for a professional finish. 
Apr 24
5:00 AM
Scully/The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Apr 24
5:30 AM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts.  
Apr 24
5:56 AM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
Apr 24
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Special: Blankets Blankets can make your yoga session easier and more enjoyable. Wai Lana shows you how. 
Apr 24
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 24
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 24
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Posture Mary Ann breaks down techniques to improve our posture and special guest Jeff Brooks gives us a balance exercise for the day. 
Apr 24
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Hermit Crab Shell Exchange Episode Description: Martin and Chris discover a hermit crab on the beach and soon the Wild Kratts team is exploring the amazing world of this shell changing creature. Science Concept: Animal homes 
Apr 24
8:00 AM
Curious George Honey of a Monkey/Curious George's Egg Hunt George and Steve are in a sticky situation when they accidentally eat all of Betsy's honeycomb. Will their homemade beehive produce enough honeycomb in time for Betsy's Earth Day presentation? / George and Allie have discovered an egg in the grass with no nest in sight. Where is the egg's mother? They search high and low to find the right bird's nest but no egg will match. Could it be another kind of animal is inside the tiny round shell? 
Apr 24
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Surprise Surprise/A Howling Good Time Surprise SurpriseTry as they might, Nick and Sally just can't learn to do a somersault. Luckily Cat's friend Luis the Armadillo is the king of the roly polys! But when they find Luis, they learn that he only rolls when he gets surprised. They take turns trying to surprise him, and when they finally do, they're the ones surprised when they learn that not only can Luis roll, but he can even run underwater! Back at home, they follow Luis' advice and are now able to somersault!Educational Objective: Armadillos are amazing creatures who have a ball when it comes to self-defence! Their hard exterior armour protects them from knocks and bumps as they roll tightly into a ball to escape predators. They can also run very fast and walk underwater! A Howling Good TimeNick and Sally are pretending to be lost adventurers when Sally wonders what to do if you really do get lost. The Cat in the Hat knows a wolf pup who knows all about getting lost and found! In the Hooty Howly Woods Grayson shows them how wolves howl to communicate and to find each other. Now Sally and Nick know one thing to do if they get lost - howl for mom!Educational Objective: Wolves use howls in order to communicate and to locate one another. 
Apr 24
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Mega Mall Problem/The Cleopatra Problem The Mega Mall Problem - The Mega Mall. Peg and Cat search the enormous Mega Mall for the teens so they can all enter the Zebra Guy dance contest.Primary Content: Attributes of objectsSecondary Content: MapsThe Cleopatra Problem - Ancient Egypt. When Peg and Cat are playing marbles among the pyramids with Queen Cleopatra, Peg's marble is stolen by a mysterious man with an orange triangular beard.Primary Content: Using a pan balance to compare weightSecondary Content: Triangles 
Apr 24
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train New Neighbors/Don's Collection New NeighborsMr. Pteranodon is annoyed when a new hooting family moves in next door! The new neighbors are a family of Lambeosaurus. Through a bit of compromising, the Pteranodon and Lambeousaurus families agree on terms they can both live with and become fast friends.Don's CollectionDon and new neighbor, Lily Lambeosaurus, stay at Pteranodon Terrace when the other kids take a day trip to the Big Pond. Don shows off his knowledge of the area to a very impressed Lilly as they search for more items for his collection. 
Apr 24
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Ironing Monster Leela and Elmo are sorting laundry in the Laundromat when Grover stops by to have his Super Grover cape cleaned. Grover realizes that people all over the Laundromat need his help. Bert has soggy socks, Gina is out of fabric softener, and Cookie Monster has a stain. Without his cape, Grover decides that a new super hero must be born! Grover returns as Iron Monster, complete with a metal suit! Chris shows up asking Leela to break his dollar so he can do his laundry. Iron Monster misunderstands and wrestles with the dollar to "break" it. Leela comes back and explains that Chris just needs quarters- four quarters for each dollar. Gabi comes to the Laundromat with two mustard stains on her sweatshirt. Iron Monster tries to get rid of the stains by subtracting them, but adds five more stains instead! Leela shows Iron Monster how to subtract all of the stains with a stain remover as Elmo counts along. Finally, Iron Monster tries to solve Maria's problem by using static cling to find Maria's missing sock. After laundry goes flying everywhere, Leela suggests they check the missing sock box. They sort through different patterns and find the lost red and white striped sock. Finally, Grover's cape is ready. Before he flies off for his next adventure, Grover points out that Iron Monster is not needed anymore because the Laundromat already has a fantastic super hero, Leela. Elmo and Grover even name her, Iron Leela! THEME: Cognitive Reasoning L / 7 
Apr 24
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Apr 24
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Quilts from the House of Tula Pink, Part 2 Make, use, and love artistic quilts and projects created with large prints and tubular strips.Designer Tula Pink works with Nancy to turn chaos into beauty for the Stacks quilt—stacking pinwheels, blocks, and continuous tube strips. They use squares and rectangles as a base to feature a Shattered Glass design, plus they give you confidence to work with framed large-scale prints, as in the Grand Salon quilt. 
Apr 24
12:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment.  
Apr 24
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Walter Isaacson - Einstein-His Life and Universe Walter Isaacson was the chairman of CNN, Managing Editor of Time Magazine and now the CEO of the famed Aspen Institute. A past guest on Between the Lines with his masterful work on Ben Franklin, Walter now gives us a glimpse into the most fascinating mind of the last two hundred years, Albert Einstein. With his book, Einstein-His Life and Universe, Walter shows us the connection between creativity, freedom and faith. 
Apr 24
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 24
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  It's a good and full day on sea and land, first to harvest crab and sea urchin off the California coast. Then, with the catch in hand, prepare a feast with local farm workers who strive to maintain their traditions and culture while doing the hard labor of sustainable farming. Further up the coast, at Magnolia Farm in Oregon, learn the story of naturally raised lamb and a feast to celebrate it. In the Victory Garden, Roger checks on the endives and makes mulch; Chef Marian creates an artichoke appetizer. 
Apr 24
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Sizzlin Celebrations Allen kick starts summer with unique recipes for the grill and a simple way to decorate a table using a 2 x 4 and tea lights. He also takes us to the Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago to learn about their Sugar from the Sun Garden. 
Apr 24
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Rice One of the most popular starches, rice can be transformed from plain to extraordinary in a variety of ways. Martha shows how to make a fabulous paella that's brimming with tender chicken, pork, seafood and vegetables. Next, she demonstrates one of her favorites: stuffed peppers with fluffy rice, pine nuts, raisins and herbs cooked on a bed of tomatoes. Then she makes Persian rice — fragrant Basmati cooked atop thinly sliced, buttery potatoes. 
Apr 24
3:30 PM
Nick Stellino Cooking With Friends Elise Wiggins, Peach Salad Stellino tosses together a Seedless Grape, Spinach, Feta Cheese and Toasted Pine Nut Salad before Chef Elise Wiggins from Panzano in Denver gives us her recipe for Palisade Peach Salad. 
Apr 24
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Packed to Go" A packed lunch is an important part of the Scandinavian food tradition and is taken just as seriously as dinner. In this episode, Andreas shares his favorite bread recipe, makes a healthy liver paté and creates a delicious honey crusted ham. In addition, Chef Esben Holmboe Bang from Maaemo, one of Oslo's best restaurants ,shares advice on making the most of Norway's wild herbs. 
Apr 24
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Cochem to Luxembourg" Burt cruises along the Mosel River with stops in Cochem and Bernkastel in the middle of the Mosel wine region. He also tours the city of Luxembourg and cooks with Lea Linster, one of Europe's leading chefs and a major television personality. 
Apr 24
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 24
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 24
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 24
6:57 PM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
Apr 24
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
Apr 24
8:00 PM
TURNING THE TIDE Louisiana's coastal marshes and wetlands cover 9,000 square miles, stretching 300 miles from east to west, and reaching 30 miles inland. Each year, hurricanes and other natural and man-made forces claim between 20 to 25 square miles of vulnerable coastline. Many believe these numbers constitute a national emergency, one which requires immediate scientific and public consensus to "turn the tide" on the problem. In the balance lay crucial ecosystems, Gulf seafood and fisheries, North American migratory bird and waterfowl populations, the nation's energy infrastructure and national security, interior navigation and water transport for American produce and goods, and a unique American culture. The powerful documentary TURNING THE TIDE examines of viable strategies and innovative engineering techniques to help address Louisiana's coastal erosion crisis. The world's foremost authorities on the subject demystify the complex challenges facing Louisiana's coast and reveal new (and sometimes unconventional) discoveries with the potential to change the course of the coast's future. 
Apr 24
9:00 PM
NOVA Crash of Flight 447 On June 1, 2009, Flight AF447, an Air France Airbus A330 flying from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean, taking with it all 228 lives on board. How could a state-of-the-art airliner with elaborate electronic safety and navigation features and a faultless safety record simply vanish without a trace? NOVA assembles a team of seasoned pilots, engineers and safety experts to examine the evidence that emerged in the weeks following this disaster. What led Flight 447's crew to fly straight into a towering thunderstorm? Using expert testimony, messages transmitted by the doomed plane's computer system and multi-layered CGI weather reconstructions, NOVA pieces together the events leading up to the catastrophe. With a veteran pilot at the controls of an Airbus simulator, NOVA reconstructs the final moments in the cockpit as the crisis overwhelmed Flight 447's crew. The program provides a forensic view of crucial events seen from all angles to reveal what really happened on Flight 447. 
Apr 24
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 24
10:57 PM
Head On Supreme's & Campaign Finance Limits Supreme's & Campaign Finance LimitsKrista: The Supreme Court recently ruled that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional. Although the cap of $123,200 per election is gone, individual contributions for president or Congress, currently set at $2,600 per election, remains in force. Susan: I went to my bank last week and asked to visit my savings and checking accounts. Although I spent an hour talking to my cash - the bills were unmoved completely . . .mute! Money is not speech. The founding fathers did not envision a set-aside for rich donors. Krista: Just as freedom of the press is exercised through printing presses, cameras, and other things which cost money, so too is freedom of speech. It costs money to buy posters, ads, flyers, mailers, and commercials. We give money to candidates and causes to get the word out. It's our right.Susan: When corporations spend unlimited dollars buying influence - oops I mean bumper stickers - that's not free speech. Nor are anonymous 527 committees or unlimited individual contributions. Money isn't speech. Corporations aren't people. Today's corruption makes Dick Nixon and his bagman -Bebe Rebozo, look like choirboys! 
Apr 24
11:00 PM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
Apr 25
12:00 AM
TURNING THE TIDE Louisiana's coastal marshes and wetlands cover 9,000 square miles, stretching 300 miles from east to west, and reaching 30 miles inland. Each year, hurricanes and other natural and man-made forces claim between 20 to 25 square miles of vulnerable coastline. Many believe these numbers constitute a national emergency, one which requires immediate scientific and public consensus to "turn the tide" on the problem. In the balance lay crucial ecosystems, Gulf seafood and fisheries, North American migratory bird and waterfowl populations, the nation's energy infrastructure and national security, interior navigation and water transport for American produce and goods, and a unique American culture. The powerful documentary TURNING THE TIDE examines of viable strategies and innovative engineering techniques to help address Louisiana's coastal erosion crisis. The world's foremost authorities on the subject demystify the complex challenges facing Louisiana's coast and reveal new (and sometimes unconventional) discoveries with the potential to change the course of the coast's future. 
Apr 25
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  It's a good and full day on sea and land, first to harvest crab and sea urchin off the California coast. Then, with the catch in hand, prepare a feast with local farm workers who strive to maintain their traditions and culture while doing the hard labor of sustainable farming. Further up the coast, at Magnolia Farm in Oregon, learn the story of naturally raised lamb and a feast to celebrate it. In the Victory Garden, Roger checks on the endives and makes mulch; Chef Marian creates an artichoke appetizer. 
Apr 25
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Sizzlin Celebrations Allen kick starts summer with unique recipes for the grill and a simple way to decorate a table using a 2 x 4 and tea lights. He also takes us to the Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago to learn about their Sugar from the Sun Garden. 
Apr 25
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Rice One of the most popular starches, rice can be transformed from plain to extraordinary in a variety of ways. Martha shows how to make a fabulous paella that's brimming with tender chicken, pork, seafood and vegetables. Next, she demonstrates one of her favorites: stuffed peppers with fluffy rice, pine nuts, raisins and herbs cooked on a bed of tomatoes. Then she makes Persian rice — fragrant Basmati cooked atop thinly sliced, buttery potatoes. 
Apr 25
2:30 AM
Nick Stellino Cooking With Friends Elise Wiggins, Peach Salad Stellino tosses together a Seedless Grape, Spinach, Feta Cheese and Toasted Pine Nut Salad before Chef Elise Wiggins from Panzano in Denver gives us her recipe for Palisade Peach Salad. 
Apr 25
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Packed to Go" A packed lunch is an important part of the Scandinavian food tradition and is taken just as seriously as dinner. In this episode, Andreas shares his favorite bread recipe, makes a healthy liver paté and creates a delicious honey crusted ham. In addition, Chef Esben Holmboe Bang from Maaemo, one of Oslo's best restaurants ,shares advice on making the most of Norway's wild herbs. 
Apr 25
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Cochem to Luxembourg" Burt cruises along the Mosel River with stops in Cochem and Bernkastel in the middle of the Mosel wine region. He also tours the city of Luxembourg and cooks with Lea Linster, one of Europe's leading chefs and a major television personality. 
Apr 25
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Apr 25
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Quilts from the House of Tula Pink, Part 2 Make, use, and love artistic quilts and projects created with large prints and tubular strips.Designer Tula Pink works with Nancy to turn chaos into beauty for the Stacks quilt—stacking pinwheels, blocks, and continuous tube strips. They use squares and rectangles as a base to feature a Shattered Glass design, plus they give you confidence to work with framed large-scale prints, as in the Grand Salon quilt. 
Apr 25
5:00 AM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment.  
Apr 25
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Walter Isaacson - Einstein-His Life and Universe Walter Isaacson was the chairman of CNN, Managing Editor of Time Magazine and now the CEO of the famed Aspen Institute. A past guest on Between the Lines with his masterful work on Ben Franklin, Walter now gives us a glimpse into the most fascinating mind of the last two hundred years, Albert Einstein. With his book, Einstein-His Life and Universe, Walter shows us the connection between creativity, freedom and faith. 
Apr 25
5:56 AM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
Apr 25
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Perfect Partners Flexibility and strength are perfect partners, so develop them both with today's mix of postures. 
Apr 25
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 25
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 25
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Breathing Mary Ann offers several techniques to develop healthy breathing habits. 
Apr 25
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Rainforest Stew When Chris and Martin go in search of an obscure rainforest creature to add to their Life Lists, the Wild Kratts becomes embroiled in the complex relationships of a tropical rainforest.Science Concept: Rainforest Habitat/Biodiversity. 
Apr 25
8:00 AM
Curious George Go West, Young Monkey/Meet the New Neighbors The Doorman gets a special delivery - a Western Town to add to his amazing train set. He lets George, Steve, and Betsy assemble it, but they lose the final railroad pin that holds it all together! After helping them search, an exhausted Hundley dozes off and dreams thathe's the deputy of an old West town where a stranger (George) loses the ceremonial pin that links the new railroad tracks. Can Deputy Hundley find the pin and save the day?Educational Objective: To use creative thinking and problem solving as a means to find many solutions to a problem. To use trial and error (deductive reasoning) to find solutions to a problem.George ventures into the new neighborhood Vietnamese grocery store to buy carrots, cucumbers, and apples. He has a hard time finding the items on his list, so George buys the closest fruits and vegetables he can find: phat thu, mang cau ta, and kho qua. But the ingredients don't work in the Man with the Yellow Hat's recipes. Not wanting to take any more chances, George revisits the store, only this time he brings takeout and the storeowners back with him!Educational Objective: To learn that, while different people eat and cook with different foods, all people enjoy preparing and eating food. To be introduced to the idea that eating together is an activity that crosses cultural boundaries. To reinforce the idea that it is important to try new things, specifically new foods or familiar foods prepared in new ways. 
Apr 25
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Manatees and Mermaids/The Last Chocolate Manatees and MermaidsSally and Nick are pretending to swim, but why not go for a real swim asks the Cat! Off to the Glippydrippy Gulf to meet Matilda the Manatee and her son Marlin. Matilda and Marlon teach their guests how to swim slowly and gracefully. Until they hear the sound of a boat motor! Those can be dangerous for manatees, but luckily the Cat, Nick and Sally help their new friends to stay safe. And when they get back home, Nick and Sally will be sure to tell everyone to "Slow down for manatees!"Educational Objective: Nick and Sally discover how manatees move slowly yet gracefully underwater and are at risk as a result from humans in boats.The Last ChocolateOnly two chocolates left in the whole box, what a great present for Nick and Sally's Moms. That is until The Cat excitedly eats them! Oh no! How are they going to find more chocolate to give to their moms? By taking a trip to visit Princess Lottachoca in the Cocoalicious Forest! There, the Princess teaches Nick and Sally the chocolate-making song and they help to make chocolate. Now that the chocolate has cooled, it's time to go home and surprise their moms!Educational Objective: The process of how chocolate is made from the humble cocoa bean - by picking the beans, drying them, roasting them and then crushing them to get the juice, then adding sugar while you heat it, pour it into a mould and cool it. 
Apr 25
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat Yet Another Tree Problem/The Romeo and Juliet Problem Yet Another Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. The tables are turned! Peg is stuck up in the tree and Cat must figure out how to get her down...by making a ladder out of found objects.Primary Content: Up, downSecondary Content: Horizontal, verticalThe Romeo and Juliet Problem - Verona, circa 1500. Peg and Cat help their poetic pal Romeo reach Juliet's balcony using a series of horizontal and vertical lines.Primary Content: Horizontal, verticalSecondary Content: Parallel 
Apr 25
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Long Claws/Tank's Sleep Over Long ClawsBuddy, Tiny, Don and Mrs. Pteranodon head to the thicket to ask a Therizinosaurus family about their colossal claws. Mr. and Mrs. T strike a pose to demonstrate how they use their claws for self-defense, while their daughter, Teri, shows the kids her favorite practice spot.Tank's Sleep OverWhen Tank spends the night at Pteranodon Terrace, the last thing he wants to do is sleep. But as the night wears on, Don, Tiny and Shiny start to nod off, and Buddy tries to stay awake with Tank. Then Buddy realizes that Tank is worried about sleeping in a strange place, so Buddy and Mom help Tank feel at home so he can finally get to sleep. 
Apr 25
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Simon Says Telly has to practice paying attention, listening and controlling himself to prepare for a Simon Says Competition.Educational Objective: Self-Regulation (EF) 
Apr 25
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Gloucester Dory Boats Colorful dory boats in the harbor at Gloucester, Massachusetts is the subject Roger paints using oils. Sarah walks along the waterfront where the famous Gloucester Fisherman sculpture stands honoring the many men who lost their lives over the years at sea. 
Apr 25
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Lodgepole Pine Host Eleanor Burns teaches her "Quilt in a Day" technique - making some of the most intricate designs simple. Her instructions are balanced with the fundamentals, history, and the traditions of quilting, which she communicates with her fun-loving humor.  
Apr 25
12:00 PM
Asia Biz Forecast  Using an extensive network of reporters and correspondents from across the region, the fast-paced, magazine-style program ASIA BIZ FORECAST presents the latest in Asia business news and trends. Produced in English and hosted by Shery Ahn.  
Apr 25
12:30 PM
Asian Voices  Hosted by NHK's senior commentator Aiko Doden, ASIAN VOICES investigates global and regional issues with Asia's top academics, economists and politicians.  
Apr 25
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 25
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts This Perfect World This episode includes "Short Term 12" by Destin Cretton, and "Dia de los Muertos" by Ashley Graham, Kate Reynolds and Lindsey St. Pierre. In "Short Term 12," another day of balancing volatile patients, violent quarrels and birthday celebrations turns into a personal journey for the head counselor at a group home for at-risk adolescents. In ""Dia de los Muertos," a little girl visits the land of the dead and experiences the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos with the help of someone very special to her. 
Apr 25
2:30 PM
On Story Re-imagining the Classics The writers of re-imagined classics and popular franchises such as GHOST, CHARLIE & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, TWINS and SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN deliberate how to keep stories fresh while remaining faithful to the original version. Accompanied by Spencer and Lloyd Harvey's short film JACK & JILL, a fresh take on the classic nursery rhyme that follows a young Australian girl who finds an inventive way to contact her father, a soldier stationed in New Guinea during WWII. 
Apr 25
3:00 PM
Simply Ming  Award-winning chef Ming Tsai offers both the curious beginner and the culinary expert simple solutions for creating easy East-West dishes. Using no more than eight ingredients, Tsai creates a repertoire of flavor-packed sauces, rubs, spices and vinaigrettes that serve as the foundation for quick but delicious dinners. Then, Ming and a diverse line-up of guest chefs transform a handful of fresh ingredients into several dishes. This season, Ming also welcomes culinary luminaries, including Ted Allen, Sara Moulton, Rick Bayless and Mary Ann Esposito. In addition to all-new recipes and wine pairings, Ming visits chefs around the country to explore the cultural inspiration of traditional dishes, and re-inventing them with an East-West twist.  
Apr 25
3:30 PM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The On the Rotisserie Many of the world's great grill cultures cook their best barbecue on the rotisserie. Consider Brazil's rodizio, Greek souvlaki and gyro, and Morocco's majestic mechoui. To judge from your many e-mails, spit-roasting is a live fire cooking method our viewers would like to know more about. In this show, you'll learn how to grill a sausage - and cheese-stuffed rib roast, how to grill a Greek-style whole hog over a wood fire, and how to make Moroccan-style lamb ribs-cooked to a turn on a gas-fired rotisserie. Brazilian-style rib roast stuffed with sausage and cheeseGreek-style whole hog, with Greek Isle herbsMechoui lamb ribs with harissa sauce 
Apr 25
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Fast Forward to Dinner With her student Bonnie, Joanne makes us quicker versions of the comfort foods she grew up with in New England, oven-roasted sausages, and a sauerkraut that is so fast she couldn't resist calling it lazy-girl sauerkraut.Recipes: Oven-Roasted Sausages with Riesling, Apples and Pears and Lazy-Girl SauerkrautStudent: Bonnie Lin, Conference Interpreter 
Apr 25
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Wheatloaf and Potatoes After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
Apr 25
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 25
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 25
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 25
6:57 PM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
Apr 25
7:00 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane  Colorado has a vibrant arts community that ranges from theater, dance and music, to visual arts, writers, and so much more. While many know when large events come to town, you may not know about the wonderful things being created right here! IN FOCUS WITH EDEN LANE will work to keep you informed, so you can keep it all, in focus.  
Apr 25
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Tardeadas Arts In Context explores the process of creation through collaboration and the condition of living and working as an artist. In this documentary series visual arts, dance, music and culture are featured in hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own and facilitate the dialogue between artists and audiences. 
Apr 25
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As KBDI's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. 
Apr 25
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
Apr 25
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company    
Apr 25
9:30 PM
Well Read  The weekly series WELL READ features lively, engaging conversations about ideas in literature. Host Terry Tazioli introduces the latest books — both fiction and non-fiction — and interviews noted authors about the themes in their latest works. This season features renowned authors Khaled Hosseini (And the Mountains Echoed), Temple Grandin (The Autistic Brain), Susan Orlean (Rin Tin Tin) and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Elizabeth Strout (The Burgess Boys). Following each interview, Seattle Times book editor Mary Ann Gwinn (former vice president of the National Book Critics Circle) joins Tazioli to further explore the literary themes of the week's book and to recommend related authors and other reading material.  
Apr 25
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 25
10:57 PM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
Apr 25
11:00 PM
FRONTLINE TB Silent Killer FRONTLINE tells the heart-wrenching stories behind the spread of a deadly infection threatening people around the world. Despite efforts to eradicate it, tuberculosis remains one of the world's deadliest diseases, a contagious airborne illness infecting more than eight million people a year. But most alarming to global health officials are spreading strains of TB that are highly resistant to drug treatments. In this intimate film, FRONTLINE travels to the epicenter of the TB crisis — the southern African nation of Swaziland — where families are waging an often hopeless fight for survival. 
Apr 26
12:00 AM
Adventists 2 In 2010, the critically acclaimed documentary The Adventists examined the history and core beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventists. Its sequel, THE ADVENTISTS 2, widens the lens to explore the global story of this American-born strand of Christianity, including the church's medical mission work internationally and their more than century-old commitment to provide health and healing in some of the most remote regions in the world. In Haiti, THE ADVENTISTS II examines the faith-based support given to victims after the devastating earthquake. In Brazil, young missionaries bring much-needed medical support to the most remote regions. In Malawi, Africa, a hospital opened in 1902 as a leper center today treats thousands with HIV-AIDS. In China, a state-of-the-art hospital exemplifies the collaboration between a conservative religion and a facility of a communist state. And in the Dominican Republic, a team of volunteer doctors and nurses travel annually to a remote part of the world to perform operations and offer critical care to the poor. 
Apr 26
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
Apr 26
2:00 AM
Simply Ming  Award-winning chef Ming Tsai offers both the curious beginner and the culinary expert simple solutions for creating easy East-West dishes. Using no more than eight ingredients, Tsai creates a repertoire of flavor-packed sauces, rubs, spices and vinaigrettes that serve as the foundation for quick but delicious dinners. Then, Ming and a diverse line-up of guest chefs transform a handful of fresh ingredients into several dishes. This season, Ming also welcomes culinary luminaries, including Ted Allen, Sara Moulton, Rick Bayless and Mary Ann Esposito. In addition to all-new recipes and wine pairings, Ming visits chefs around the country to explore the cultural inspiration of traditional dishes, and re-inventing them with an East-West twist.  
Apr 26
2:30 AM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The On the Rotisserie Many of the world's great grill cultures cook their best barbecue on the rotisserie. Consider Brazil's rodizio, Greek souvlaki and gyro, and Morocco's majestic mechoui. To judge from your many e-mails, spit-roasting is a live fire cooking method our viewers would like to know more about. In this show, you'll learn how to grill a sausage - and cheese-stuffed rib roast, how to grill a Greek-style whole hog over a wood fire, and how to make Moroccan-style lamb ribs-cooked to a turn on a gas-fired rotisserie. Brazilian-style rib roast stuffed with sausage and cheeseGreek-style whole hog, with Greek Isle herbsMechoui lamb ribs with harissa sauce 
Apr 26
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Fast Forward to Dinner With her student Bonnie, Joanne makes us quicker versions of the comfort foods she grew up with in New England, oven-roasted sausages, and a sauerkraut that is so fast she couldn't resist calling it lazy-girl sauerkraut.Recipes: Oven-Roasted Sausages with Riesling, Apples and Pears and Lazy-Girl SauerkrautStudent: Bonnie Lin, Conference Interpreter 
Apr 26
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Wheatloaf and Potatoes After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
Apr 26
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Gloucester Dory Boats Colorful dory boats in the harbor at Gloucester, Massachusetts is the subject Roger paints using oils. Sarah walks along the waterfront where the famous Gloucester Fisherman sculpture stands honoring the many men who lost their lives over the years at sea. 
Apr 26
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Lodgepole Pine Host Eleanor Burns teaches her "Quilt in a Day" technique - making some of the most intricate designs simple. Her instructions are balanced with the fundamentals, history, and the traditions of quilting, which she communicates with her fun-loving humor.  
Apr 26
5:00 AM
Asia Biz Forecast  Using an extensive network of reporters and correspondents from across the region, the fast-paced, magazine-style program ASIA BIZ FORECAST presents the latest in Asia business news and trends. Produced in English and hosted by Shery Ahn.  
Apr 26
5:30 AM
Asian Voices  Hosted by NHK's senior commentator Aiko Doden, ASIAN VOICES investigates global and regional issues with Asia's top academics, economists and politicians.  
Apr 26
6:00 AM
Caillou Animals and Me! Grandma takes Caillou on a special visit to a sheep farm. There, Mary, a 10-year-old girl, takes Caillou on a tour, teaching him about sheep, sheering, and the spinning of wool. When Mom, Rosie and Caillou go to the zoo, Caillou can't wait to see the elephants. They see a parrot, a monkey, a hippopotamus and finally the elephants! Caillou is in complete awe and comes to the realization that animals have families too. Caillou and Dad go over to Mr. Hinkle's house to help him build a dog house. Caillou soon meets Mr. Hinkle's guests, a Mommy dog with her two puppies. When Mom takes Caillou to Clementine's to see her new pet, she won't tell Caillou what kind of animal it is. Caillou soon discovers that Clementine's new pet is a goldfish named Goldie! When Caillou, Grandpa and Daddy go on a canoe trip, Caillou gets to see some wild animals in their natural habitat. When they get to the cabin, they gather wood for the campfire and Caillou learns how to roast marshmallows on the fire. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn about the different relationships humans have with animals: there are farm animals - like sheep - that provide us with wool; animals that are pets - like cats and dogs and goldfish; wild animals that live nearby - even in the city - like squirrels; animals from the jungle and other far away places that we get to see in zoos - elephants, monkeys, hippos and parrots; and the animals we see far from the city that live in the woods and the lakes - like beavers, and blue herons, and snails and butterflies and dragon flies, and crickets to sing us to sleep. 
Apr 26
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder The Big Dino Dig Special - Part 3 Educational Objective: Learn the importance of being a team playerMuck's Track to Trouble Today's job is to build a railway that will travel around the Dinosaur Fun Park. Scoop, Muck and Scratch are asked to dig out the route, and lay the track. Muck hits a rock that is large and oddly fin-shaped, which forces him to build a rickety bridge over it! A test run begins and as soon as the train is on its way, the rickety bridge begins to crumble! Faced with disaster, Muck swallows his pride and asks for help from the others. Together, they manage to fix the rickety bridge, before it collapses into a pile of rocks and timber!Scratch recognizes the fin-shaped rocks are part of a huge Stegosaurus skeleton! Muck and the other diggers excavate the skeleton and construct a properly designed bridge. When Tony Toberomi gives the train its first passenger test, the Stegosaurus Bridge is the highlight of the ride!A Dinosaur for Scratch It's the last day of the Dinosaur Fun Park build. The team is building a fence around the park and turning the huge Diplodocus skeleton into the gate.Bob and Wendy assign Scratch important jobs. But Scratch isn't convinced and slips away to search for his own dinosaur skeleton. Rubble is horrified when he sees he hasn't done any of his jobs! With Rubble's help, Scratch realizes that the most important thing about being on a team is doing your jobs! Finally, Bob and the others reveal they've been building Scratch his very own dinosaur - the Scratchosaurus! To show Scratch just how much they love having him on their team! 
Apr 26
7:00 AM
Curious George George's Home Run/Monkey on Ice While Marco tries to hit his first Little League home run, George gets to play scorekeeper. Unfortunately, he can't remember the order of the numbers, so he isn't getting it quite right. Marco helps out by using a catchy song to teach George how to count from 1-10 and then George returns the favor by agreeing to be a pinch runner for an injured Marco. Can a speedy little monkey run the bases fast enough for Marco to get his first home run? Educational Objective: To learn the correct sequence of numbers and count from one to twenty. To say the next number up, given any number in the one to twenty sequence. To connect sequenced oral counting with physically arranged sequenced number tiles in a row. To count objects with assigned numbers by physically lining them up in order by number. To learn the relationship between numbers 1-10 and numbers 11- 20 (e.g., the relationship between 1 and 11, 2 and 12, etc.). Bill wants to earn another Junior Sprout badge by constructing and sleeping in an igloo, inspiring George to build his own. Only George wants his igloo to have windows and be big enough to fit his friends and furniture--not small and cozy like Bill's. When George's huge ice house leaves him freezing cold, he decides to build one in a much warmer location--inside the country house. Educational Objective: To develop awareness of different construction technologies and how building parts fit together. 
Apr 26
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Pick Your Friends/Finola's Farm Pick Your FriendsIt's Valentine's Day and Nick and Sally can't agree on how to decorate the card they're making for Cat. Does this mean they aren't really best friends? Cat takes them to meet Sheldon, a tortoise who knows all about friendship. They learn that Sheldon's best friend is completely different than he is and that being best friends doesn't mean you always have to agree.Educational Objective: Symbiotic relationship - how two animals who are completely different coexist in a mutually beneficial relationship. Featured animals: Giant Galapagos Tortoise; Darwin Finch.Finola's FarmNick and Sally are trying to have breakfast but have run out of milk. The Cat arrives to take them to Finola's Farm to have breakfast with Finola. First they learn how to milk a cow, then they discover that cows milk can be made into butter and cheese and best of all - ice cream!Educational Objective: Milk - How cows milk is good for drinking and also makes butter and cheese - and even ice cream. 
Apr 26
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Parade Problem/The Halloween Problem The Parade Problem - Park. Peg and Cat need to sort out recyclables to clean up the park in time for the nursery school's Halloween Parade.Primary Content: SortingSecondary Content: EstimatingThe Halloween Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. While trick or treating, Peg and Cat find themselves pursued by a metal monster. Later they teach fair sharing to a "friend" who turns out to be a real tiger!Primary Content: Fair SharingSecondary Content: Positional relationships (in front of/behind) 
Apr 26
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Iggy Iguanodon/Shiny Can't Sleep Iggy IguanodonThe Pteranodon family continues their World Tour and meets Iggy Iguanodon, a funny chap who shows them his unique way of walking while leading our family to some white cliffs where Dad is very excited to fish and dine! Shiny Can't SleepShiny gets homesick while the Pteranodon family is away from home on their World Tour. She cannot sleep, so Mr. Pteranodon takes her around the Dinosaur Train and they observe the train at night and the activities of various nocturnal creatures. 
Apr 26
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Helpful Friends Charlie & EddieEdward wants to show Charlie that he is a really fun engine instead of doing his job. Edward races off to the tracks telling Charlie jokes. A big mistake occurs when Edward takes Sir Topham Hatt's car to the Steam Works by mistake, but Kevin doesn't know how to fix cars, only steam engines. Edward is horrified when he arrives back at the Steam Works and sees that instead of fixing the car, Kevin has put a funnel on its roof! Edward realizes that he needs to concentrate on his job rather than racing around Sodor with Charlie.Educational Objective: Concentrating on doing the very best at completing a job.Toby & The Whistling WoodsSir Topham Hatt asks Toby to go to the Summer House. Toby is scared because this means that Toby will need to puff through the Whistling Woods. But he decides to be brave and starts to make his way through them. Toby hears a strange noise and reverses quickly out of the woods where he meets Thomas and James. The engines see that Toby is a little frightened and offer to travel through the woods with him but Toby insists he can get through the woods on his own. When Toby gets scared again, Thomas and James tell him that the noises are friendly sounds. One sound is being made by a beautiful owl, another is the sound of a waterfall, and the last is the sound of the wind whistling through the woods. Toby is at last happy in the Whistling Woods!Educational Objective: Conquering fears 
Apr 26
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina's Nature Dance / Angelina's Spring Fling Angelina's Nature DanceAngelina and her classmates are given the assignment to create a nature-inspired dance routine. When Polly tags along, Angelina is annoyed because she feels like it's difficult for the mouslings to successfully complete their assignment until she realizes Polly is missing. In the end, Angelina discovers a new appreciation for her little sister and discovers the perfect inspiration for her nature dance.Educational Objectives:• Introduce viewers to the "Flight of the Bumblebee"• Demonstrate how composers can be inspired by natureAngelina's Spring FlingIt's winter and Angelina and her friends are tired of being inside. To make spring come faster, Angelina and the mouselings try spring traditions from around the world. They learn about other cultures, have fun inside on a snowy day, and end up having a wonderful wintry day!Educational Objectives:• Introduce viewers to Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons"• Educate viewers about he rites of spring around the worldCamembert's Shining Stars (Live-Action Segment)Students from American Ballet Theatre warm up and demonstrate how to tie point shoes before performing a pas de deux, or a dance for two people. 
Apr 26
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel Gets Mad/Katerina Gets Mad Daniel Gets Mad- Daniel Tiger and Prince Wednesday are very excited to play at the beach today. But then it rains, and Mom Tiger says they cannot play outside, making them very mad. Mom Tiger helps the boys deal with their mad feelings. Once they are calm, they can think clearly. They have a grr-ific plan to make an INSIDE beach!Katerina Gets Mad- It's New Instrument Day at Music Man Stan's Music Shop. Everyone is excited, but Katerina Kittycat gets mad when someone else picks the instrument she wants to play. Music Man Stan helps guide Katerina through her mad feelings. He teaches everyone how to dance, stomp and sing their mad feelings away.This episode deals with mad feelings and offers the strategy- When you feel so mad that you want to ROAR...take a deep breath and count to four. 1...2...3...4... 
Apr 26
10:30 AM
Super Why! Tiddalick the Frog Whyatt's mom tells him that he's wasting water. This is a really big problem and he's not sure how to fix it. So the Super Readers dash into the Australian folk tale of Tiddalick the Frog and make the acquaintance of a funny amphibian whose puddle jumping is using up all the water and leaving his neighbors in the dust - literally! As the Super Readers help Tiddalick and his dry friends, they learn how important water is to the planet along with a valuable lesson about conservation.Educational Objectives: To learn about the environment, play with the alphabet, and identify the letters F-R-O-G. Young viewers will practice the magic of spelling and use the power to read to change the story. 
Apr 26
11:00 AM
Aviators, The  Basler DC-3 Conversions: Just when you think a classic old airliner might be ready for retirement, it's converted into a modern marvel.Aviation Career Choices: Anthony visits the University of North Dakota to learn some of the many other ways to make a living in the world of aviation besides being an airline pilot. 
Apr 26
11:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Jordan: Wadi Rum, Aqaba & Jerash Host Darley Newman travels throughout the small, Middle Eastern country of Jordan to experience culture, history and adventure. While in the capital city of Amman, Darley's local guide Ibrahim leads to a bustling downtown market and shopping district. In an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour, viewers learn about the history and characteristics of the Arabian breed in Darley's interview with HRH Princess Alia at the Royal Stables in Amman. From Amman, Darley heads to the Dana Nature Reserve, where she spends the night in an eco-friendly camp before riding through the historic stone village of Dana with a local. Next, Darley visits Madaba, a town known for its mosaics, before standing atop Mount Nebo, where Moses saw the Holy Land. On a multi-day ride through the Wadi Rum Desert, made famous by the epic film Lawrence of Arabia, Darley learns about Bedouin culture as she treks on horseback and camelback. The episode ends in the ancient Roman city of Jerash where Darley, dressed in Roman garb, hops a ride on a horse-drawn chariot. 
Apr 26
12:00 PM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles.  
Apr 26
12:30 PM
Autoline Built in Detroit AUTOLINE is dedicated to reporting on, discussing and dissecting the inner workings of the auto industry and the products that it makes. Our website has several channels that carry our different programs, blog, and other information resources. AUTOLINE is often the first stop for auto executives, industry insiders, and consumers looking for the latest news about cars and the industry. Host John McElroy. "Autoline This Week" is an Emmy award-winning weekly half-hour talk show featuring top automotive executives and journalists from around the globe. The show focuses on topics that drive the industry and the men and women behind the wheel. John McElroy is the host of this television show as well as "Autoline Daily" the first industry webcast of industry news and analysis. McElroy also broadcasts five radio segments daily on WWJ Newsradio 950, the CBS affiliate in Detroit as well as a weekly blog for Autoblog.com and a monthly op-ed article for Ward's AutoWorld.Autoline has won numerous awards for over the years. In addition to our Emmy Autoline was awarded the International Wheels Awards for a documentary on "The Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise" as well as awards for "Challenge Bibendum" and "A Car Is Born."You can find more about Autoline, its network of programming as well as John McElroy himself at www.autoline.tv 
Apr 26
1:00 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Cochem to Luxembourg" Burt cruises along the Mosel River with stops in Cochem and Bernkastel in the middle of the Mosel wine region. He also tours the city of Luxembourg and cooks with Lea Linster, one of Europe's leading chefs and a major television personality. 
Apr 26
1:30 PM
Art Wolfe's Travels To The Edge Alaska: Glacier Bay The beautiful, protected waters in southeast Alaska are filled with islands and bays rich with wildlife. The concentration of diversity in this secluded environment is remarkable. Art goes by boat on a voyage of discovery, encountering dramatic calving glaciers and Sitka spruce forests, breaching orcas and migrating humpbacks, eagles and barnacle-eating bears. 
Apr 26
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Rwanda -- Among the Gorillas Rwanda -- Among the Gorillas Joseph follows in the footsteps of Dian Fossey when he treks into the mountain forest of the Parc National des Volcans. Within sight of the five Virunga Range volcanoes he travels in search of Rwanda's endangered mountain gorillas and golden monkeys. As with every Travelscope adventure, the journey includes cultural experiences in a local church, living museum, market, primary school and health clinic. In addition he takes part in Rwanda's monthly national day of service, a program that is the heart of Rwanda's dedication to attack the ideology of genocide at its root - ethnic division. 
Apr 26
2:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING takes viewers on a culinary journey with host Pete Evans, Australia's top celebrity chef, and the most innovative food artisans across the United States. Each of the 13 half-hour episodes features a pop-up feast in settings from California's wine country to the bustling skyline of NYC, where Pete and local chefs source the finest ingredients and work against the clock to prepare a multi-course menu for a ravenous group of foodies.  
Apr 26
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World Thailand, Golden Triangle Tea plantations have replaced the opium fields in northern Thailand, but dense jungle still covers much of the area where Thailand borders Burma and Laos. Visit an Akha hill tribe village trying to maintain its traditions in the face of tourism. Meet elephants rescued from life in Bangkok at an elephant orphanage. Join Rudy as he takes mahout lessons and gets soaked steering his elephant into the river that separates Thailand from Burma. Explore the small villages that mark this part of the country and meet a Buddhist monk who uses horses, martial arts, and religion to steer young men away from the temptations of drugs being produced across the border in Burma. The saffron robes of Buddhist monks, the vivid colors of local blossoms, and the brilliant emerald of rice fields make the Golden Triangle a magical corner of the world. 
Apr 26
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Germany's Black Forest and Cologne Rick teams up with his wife and kids to enjoy the good life, dipping into a classy mineral spa, trying our luck at a fancy casino, devouring chocolate-cherry cake, and exploring Germany's most romantic forest. 
Apr 26
4:00 PM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
Apr 26
5:00 PM
Water Blues Green Solutions An interactive documentary project telling stories of communities creating green solutions for our water blues - flooding, pollution, and scarcity. 
Apr 26
6:00 PM
NOVA Crash of Flight 447 On June 1, 2009, Flight AF447, an Air France Airbus A330 flying from Rio de Janeiro to Paris, disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean, taking with it all 228 lives on board. How could a state-of-the-art airliner with elaborate electronic safety and navigation features and a faultless safety record simply vanish without a trace? NOVA assembles a team of seasoned pilots, engineers and safety experts to examine the evidence that emerged in the weeks following this disaster. What led Flight 447's crew to fly straight into a towering thunderstorm? Using expert testimony, messages transmitted by the doomed plane's computer system and multi-layered CGI weather reconstructions, NOVA pieces together the events leading up to the catastrophe. With a veteran pilot at the controls of an Airbus simulator, NOVA reconstructs the final moments in the cockpit as the crisis overwhelmed Flight 447's crew. The program provides a forensic view of crucial events seen from all angles to reveal what really happened on Flight 447. 
Apr 26
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell Country legends Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell return to the ACL stage, playing favorites and songs from their joint LP Old Yellow Moon. 
Apr 26
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den The National The soaring, majestic Drill Hall in New York's historic Park Avenue Armory provided an awe-inspiring setting for the National's taping for "Live from the Artists Den." The massive space, designed to resemble a classic European train station, hosted a special performance by the Brooklyn-based band, augmented by horns and a string sections. The blistering set featured the debut of numerous songs from the Brooklyn-based band's new album, "Trouble Will Find Me," along with electrifying versions of such favorites as "Fake Empire," "Bloodbuzz Ohio," and "Terrible Love."Song List1. Bloodbuzz Ohio2. Don't Swallow The Cap3. Afraid Of Everyone4. Squalor Victoria5. Fireproof6. This Is The Last Time7. I Need My Girl8. Sea Of Love9. England11. Graceless11. Fake Empire12. Terrible LoveRecorded May 7, 2013, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY. 
Apr 26
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th TBD Spread the holiday cheer and catch up on the most hilarious moments of Season 2! 
Apr 26
9:30 PM
Sounds on 29th TBD Spread the holiday cheer and catch up on the most hilarious moments of Season 2! 
Apr 26
10:00 PM
Independent Lens Medora A once-booming rural community with a thriving middle class has seen its factories and farms close as the population dwindles. A deeply personal look at small-town life, "Medora" follows a down-but-not-out varsity basketball team as its struggles to compete parallel the town's own fight for survival. 
Apr 26
11:30 PM
POV Only the Young Follow three unconventional Christian teenagers coming of age in a small Southern California town. Skateboarders Garrison and Kevin, and Garrison's on-and-off girlfriend, Skye, wrestle with the eternal questions of youth: friendship, true love and the promise of the future. Yet their lives are also touched by the distress signals of contemporary America — foreclosed homes, abandoned businesses and adults in financial trouble. As graduation approaches, these become shocking realities. By Jason Tippet and Elizabeth Mims. 
Apr 27
1:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den The National The soaring, majestic Drill Hall in New York's historic Park Avenue Armory provided an awe-inspiring setting for the National's taping for "Live from the Artists Den." The massive space, designed to resemble a classic European train station, hosted a special performance by the Brooklyn-based band, augmented by horns and a string sections. The blistering set featured the debut of numerous songs from the Brooklyn-based band's new album, "Trouble Will Find Me," along with electrifying versions of such favorites as "Fake Empire," "Bloodbuzz Ohio," and "Terrible Love."Song List1. Bloodbuzz Ohio2. Don't Swallow The Cap3. Afraid Of Everyone4. Squalor Victoria5. Fireproof6. This Is The Last Time7. I Need My Girl8. Sea Of Love9. England11. Graceless11. Fake Empire12. Terrible LoveRecorded May 7, 2013, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY. 
Apr 27
2:00 AM
Sounds on 29th TBD Spread the holiday cheer and catch up on the most hilarious moments of Season 2! 
Apr 27
2:30 AM
Sounds on 29th TBD Spread the holiday cheer and catch up on the most hilarious moments of Season 2! 
Apr 27
3:00 AM
Austin City Limits Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell Country legends Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell return to the ACL stage, playing favorites and songs from their joint LP Old Yellow Moon. 
Apr 27
4:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den The National The soaring, majestic Drill Hall in New York's historic Park Avenue Armory provided an awe-inspiring setting for the National's taping for "Live from the Artists Den." The massive space, designed to resemble a classic European train station, hosted a special performance by the Brooklyn-based band, augmented by horns and a string sections. The blistering set featured the debut of numerous songs from the Brooklyn-based band's new album, "Trouble Will Find Me," along with electrifying versions of such favorites as "Fake Empire," "Bloodbuzz Ohio," and "Terrible Love."Song List1. Bloodbuzz Ohio2. Don't Swallow The Cap3. Afraid Of Everyone4. Squalor Victoria5. Fireproof6. This Is The Last Time7. I Need My Girl8. Sea Of Love9. England11. Graceless11. Fake Empire12. Terrible LoveRecorded May 7, 2013, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY. 
Apr 27
5:00 AM
Austin City Limits Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell Country legends Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell return to the ACL stage, playing favorites and songs from their joint LP Old Yellow Moon. 
Apr 27
6:00 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
Apr 27
6:30 AM
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY provides insightful coverage of the rich world of religion and ethics news - offering meaningful and compelling features and profiles of the people, trends, values and spiritual life that exist behind the headlines. Through live reports from the show's studios in Washington, DC, and taped reports from the field, the program offers a mix of top news and important stories affecting the world's broad religious landscape, as well as the challenges raised by difficult ethical issues. Newsmakers, scholars and historians offer perspectives and analysis of significant events affecting the faith community, while personal profiles explore the different ways people express their faith.  
Apr 27
7:00 AM
Mass For Shut-ins  This televised Catholic mass enables the elderly, homebound and physically ailing to get the word of God.  
Apr 27
7:30 AM
Misa Dominical en Español  Misa Dominical en Español  
Apr 27
8:00 AM
CEM: The New Health Conversation Why Silver is the Most Hidden Resource in Medicine, Part 1 In this episode of The New Health Conversation-TV, Peter Greenlaw-Author and Coach Steve Toth-Moderator are having a dialogue with our guest Dr. Gordon Pedersen about Why Silver is the Most Hidden Resource in Medicine. He is the nation's foremost and leading expert on Silver. About Dr. Gordon Pedersen: he is a clinical researcher with a PHD in Toxicology , Board Certified in Anti-Aging and Rehabilitative Medicine, certified in Naturapathic medicine , and is certified as a wound care specialist and member of the special operations medical association ( the military's best) to discuss the mystery, history, controversy and interest involved in the use of Silver today. He has published the cure for Malaria and in Silver's future potential role in medicine to eradicate life threatening infectious diseases such as MRSA ( Methicillin Resistant Staph Aureus) Cervical Cancer caused by ,Papilloma Virus, and the leading cause of death in Africa ( his passion) Malaria. Find out why Silver is Medicine's most hidden resource, Part 1 of 2. 
Apr 27
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Kenny Kentrosaurus/Don and the Troodons Kenny KentrosaurusAs the Pteranodon's World Tour nears its end, the Pteranodon family travels to Africa to meet a Stegosaur named Kenny Kentrosaurus. He teaches the kids about his spikes and his tail, showing them how to thump, prompting a fun drumming party!Don and the TroodonsThe Pteranodon family oversleeps and rushes to go on another World Tour! Don is allowed to stay back on the Train and he ends up having a fun and educational day with the Conductor and his mom, Mrs. Conductor! 
Apr 27
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Prince Wednesday Finds a Way to Play/Finding a Way to Play on Backwards Day Prince Wednesday Finds a Way To Play- Daniel and Katerina Kittycat are playing "house" today at school. Prince Wednesday wants to play too, but he wants to be a loud dinosaur. Katerina tells him that loud dinosaurs are not allowed! Luckily, they find a way to play together with Prince Wednesday as a quiet, friendly dinosaur.Finding a Way to Play on Backwards Day- Daniel and O the Owl are at Miss Elaina's house today and she has planned a backwards play date. O isn't so sure about all of the backwards things and prefers to play forwards. They learn to compromise so everyone can play together.This episode deals with working together and offers the strategy- Find a way to play together! 
Apr 27
9:30 AM
Super Why! Little Bo Peep Where's Mister Lizard??? Whyatt is searching and searching and doesn't know where to find him! Once again, it's the Super Readers to the rescue when they meet Little Bo Peep, who is hot on the trail of her missing sheep. The Super Readers aren't satisfied with leaving them alone until they come home, and spring into action!Educational Objectives: To learn about solving a mystery! Fun, interactive activities show preschoolers how to build the alphabet, rhyme with OG words and use the power to read to change the story. 
Apr 27
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Reused Robot! Sid's toy robot is broken, so he wants to throw it "away." Sid's Mom tells him there is no such thing as "away," and when we put something in the trash, we are actually creating waste. Sid and his friends explore the idea that everything we throw away goes somewhere. This leads to an investigation of how to recycle and reuse items so that we make less trash. (Educational objective - Recycling) 
Apr 27
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts A Huge Orange Problem While Chris and Martin are off searching for the endangered orangutan in the deep forests of Borneo, back at the Tortuga HQ, Aviva, Koki, and Jimmy come down with an itchy rash. The only problem is they don't have a first aid kit, but the Kratts learn that by using orangutan ingenuity, they can quickly cure the team's itch.Science Concepts: Plant & Animal Relationships - Mammals, particularly primates, use plants as medicine. 
Apr 27
11:00 AM
Arthur Prunella the Packrat/What's in a Name? Prunella the PackratPrunella saves everything - ticket stubs, quizzes from second grade, pencil stubs, broken shoe laces...you name it and it's in her closet! Can Arthur help her break her packrat habits in time to put together the display for the school's Earth Day fair? Or is Prunella doomed to drown in her clutter?Educational objective: Prunella learns to recycle and reuse objects she no longer needs. What's in a Name?Binky find out that his real name isn't Binky, it's... Shelley?!! He's certain he will have to leave town - or at least school - having this silly name. Until his mom tells him the story of his ancestor, Shelley Barnes, the greatest circus owner of his time...Educational objective: Binky learns to be proud of his real name after learning more about his ancestors. 
Apr 27
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks Stanley Saves the Day/Milo Goes for Gold Stanley Saves the DayKenan Thompson guest stars as Truman's cousin, Stanley, whose obsession with watching movies tends to get on his cousin's nerves. When the gang spots two crooks at the Wagstaff City Hotel, Stanley's knowledge of heist movies may be the best tool they've got to prevent a robbery. Milo Goes for GoldMilo never wins anything. Tired of being trophyless and second-bested by his friends, he devises a way to triumph by making up his own games. The only trouble is, his friends are pretty good at those too... 
Apr 27
12:00 PM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Sod, Garbage Disposers, Crown Molding Roger rolls out a truckload of fresh sod. Tom installs a replica ceiling medallion made using a 3D printer; then he installs a custom copper vent hood. Richard selects the right garbage disposer at a local home center. Norm gives a lesson in crown molding, while Richard installs a pedestal sink in the powder room. Closet designer Mary Cool shows Kevin how she's customizing the master closet for maximum storage. 
Apr 27
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Electrician Scott Caron replaces outdated fluorescent under-cabinet lights with new LED fixtures. Roger and Kevin demonstrate how to work with concrete. Richard teaches Tom about the energy-saving potential of temperature setbacks on thermostats. 
Apr 27
1:00 PM
Hometime Energy Smart Sunroom See how new doors, finished millwork and a ceiling fan freshen up an aging sunroom while increasing efficiency. 
Apr 27
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  After a long, cold winter color in the garden is a welcome change. GardenSMART visits with an expert who shares her tips for planting and caring for these welcome signs of a new gardening season. Join us as we GardenSMART. 
Apr 27
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  In upstate New York, learn about the devastating impact on local farmers by Hurricane Irene and the importance and role of CSAs in helping them weather the storm. Chef Daniel demonstrates how to make some wonderful side dishes with farm-to-table ingredients. Then, ride the river in Peoria, Illinois, to catch the sustainable Asian carp. Back at the Victory Garden, Roger plants eggplant and Chef Marian makes a Chinese cabbage salad. 
Apr 27
2:30 PM
Dig In  Each week Dig In shot on location in Denver offers gardening and cooking techniques. Luan Akin from Tagawa's and Chef Mick share great gift ideas for your culinary friends  
Apr 27
3:00 PM
Growing Bolder Betting Together One Lap at a TimeSusan Helmrich is one of the best swimmers in the world in her age group. She's also a three-time cancer survivor and a victim of one of the greatest drug tragedies in history. With luck, determination, great medical care, the support of family and friends and the benefits of the sport of swimming, Susan has fought to escape the deadly legacy of a supposed wonder drug turned nightmare.Meet the Hornman!Bill Nemoyten was a music educator for most of his life. So why would that change when he retired? Instead, he bought an RV, packed up his wife and his collection of 16 different types of horns and set out from his home in the San Francisco Bay Area on a never-ending mission to share his passion for horns with anyone who will listen. Now, he is known far and wide as... The Hornman!The Couple That Sweats Together Stays TogetherTriathlons are hard enough, but imagine competing against your spouse! Carol and Joe Neal recently celebrated their 40th anniversary, and their relationship is as strong as their bodies. 
Apr 27
3:30 PM
My Generation The Art of Adapting How do a rock star, an athlete and an artist adapt to big changes in their lives? He's been rockin' hard with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band for years, but guitarist Nils Lofgren is now dancing to a new tune. Not even MS can stop one woman from climbing the world's highest mountain. And a blind painter has the right touch. 
Apr 27
4:00 PM
Inside E Street Special Report - Tele-Fraud Guests:Dan Rather, Newsman and Host of "Dan Rather Reports"Steve Baker, Midwest Regional Director at the Federal Trade Commission Dr. Sandra Crewe, Professor of Social Work, Howard UniversitySadly, it has become an all-too common occurrence for seniors to be targeted by predatory scammers whose goal is to drain their victim's savings. One such scam has resorted to emotional and verbal abuse, as well as flat-out harassment, in the hopes of swindling the lonely and gullible. The Jamaican Lottery Scam is thought to be responsible for duping tens of thousands of American seniors who believe they are paying "processing fees and taxes" on their way to collecting lottery winnings. Those "fees and taxes" they're paying out? They're going directly into the pockets of fraudsters, who are bilking seniors out of hundreds of millions of dollars. This despicable con caught the attention of legendary newsman Dan Rather, who took to Jamaica to learn more.Joining us at our studio to discuss his involvement and the investigation in Jamaica is storied news reporter Dan Rather. We also get the frightening numbers when it comes to this scam from expert and FTC Regional Director, Steve Baker. Dr. Sandra Crewe, a Professor of Social Work at Howard University, shares with Lark the long-term financial and emotional toll that comes from this heinous scam.Segment 3: Generations Survey 
Apr 27
4:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Epilepsy: Solving the Mystery The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 23rd series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
Apr 27
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Kansas City, Part 2 In Kanas City, Missouri, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Marshall Martin travel to the Toy and Miniature Museum to discuss dolls houses and miniature models. Highlights include a beauty book, ca. 1928, by entrepreneur Madam C.J. Walker, the first American female millionaire; an 1861 E.G. Wright silver cornet that was played by the owner's great-grandfather when he was part of the 15th Regiment of Indiana; and a 1920 Julian Onderdonk oil painting that was gifted to the owner's mother when she lived next door to the artist and is now appraised for $125,000. 
Apr 27
6:00 PM
Chef Driven Grass-Finished Frank Bonanno visits Allan and Lois Higgins, owners of GrassRoots Meats, in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. They discuss the benefits of grass-finished beef. Back in Denver, Bonanno grills steaks with executive chef and creative director Tyler Wiard of Elway's Restaurant Group. Green Russell bartender Adam Hodak demonstrates how to make the perfect Negroni cocktail and Bonanno shares the secrets to making his favorite burger. 
Apr 27
6:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Farmer April travels four hours outside London to Cornwall to visit and cook with farmer and chef Tom Adams on his farm. Tom raises the cute, furry and delicious mangalitsa pigs. April and Tom butcher and cook the entire pig piece by piece — loin, shoulder, belly and head. 
Apr 27
7:00 PM
Independent Lens Brothers Hypnotic Not-always-willing subjects of a utopian family experiment, the eight men of the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble were forged into a band as kids by their father, jazz maverick Phil Cohran. Now making their way on the streets and in the music business, they test their father's ideals against their own brotherly vision. By Reuben Atlas. 
Apr 27
8:00 PM
POV High Tech, Low Life Trail two of China's first citizen-reporters as they document the underside of the country's rapid economic development. A search for truth and fame inspires young vegetable seller "Zola" to report on censored news stories from the cities, while retired businessman "Tiger Temple" makes sense of the past by chronicling the struggles of rural villagers. Land grabs, pollution, rising poverty, local corruption and the growing willingness of ordinary people to speak out are grist for these two bloggers who navigate China's evolving censorship regulations and challenge the boundaries of free speech. 
Apr 27
9:30 PM
Film School Shorts This Perfect World This episode includes "Short Term 12" by Destin Cretton, and "Dia de los Muertos" by Ashley Graham, Kate Reynolds and Lindsey St. Pierre. In "Short Term 12," another day of balancing volatile patients, violent quarrels and birthday celebrations turns into a personal journey for the head counselor at a group home for at-risk adolescents. In ""Dia de los Muertos," a little girl visits the land of the dead and experiences the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos with the help of someone very special to her. 
Apr 27
10:00 PM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
Apr 27
11:00 PM
Chef Driven Grass-Finished Frank Bonanno visits Allan and Lois Higgins, owners of GrassRoots Meats, in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. They discuss the benefits of grass-finished beef. Back in Denver, Bonanno grills steaks with executive chef and creative director Tyler Wiard of Elway's Restaurant Group. Green Russell bartender Adam Hodak demonstrates how to make the perfect Negroni cocktail and Bonanno shares the secrets to making his favorite burger. 
Apr 27
11:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Farmer April travels four hours outside London to Cornwall to visit and cook with farmer and chef Tom Adams on his farm. Tom raises the cute, furry and delicious mangalitsa pigs. April and Tom butcher and cook the entire pig piece by piece — loin, shoulder, belly and head. 
Apr 28
12:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Sod, Garbage Disposers, Crown Molding Roger rolls out a truckload of fresh sod. Tom installs a replica ceiling medallion made using a 3D printer; then he installs a custom copper vent hood. Richard selects the right garbage disposer at a local home center. Norm gives a lesson in crown molding, while Richard installs a pedestal sink in the powder room. Closet designer Mary Cool shows Kevin how she's customizing the master closet for maximum storage. 
Apr 28
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Electrician Scott Caron replaces outdated fluorescent under-cabinet lights with new LED fixtures. Roger and Kevin demonstrate how to work with concrete. Richard teaches Tom about the energy-saving potential of temperature setbacks on thermostats. 
Apr 28
1:00 AM
Hometime Energy Smart Sunroom See how new doors, finished millwork and a ceiling fan freshen up an aging sunroom while increasing efficiency. 
Apr 28
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  After a long, cold winter color in the garden is a welcome change. GardenSMART visits with an expert who shares her tips for planting and caring for these welcome signs of a new gardening season. Join us as we GardenSMART. 
Apr 28
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  In upstate New York, learn about the devastating impact on local farmers by Hurricane Irene and the importance and role of CSAs in helping them weather the storm. Chef Daniel demonstrates how to make some wonderful side dishes with farm-to-table ingredients. Then, ride the river in Peoria, Illinois, to catch the sustainable Asian carp. Back at the Victory Garden, Roger plants eggplant and Chef Marian makes a Chinese cabbage salad. 
Apr 28
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Turned Post Coffee Table Made of recycled Barn wood, this table looks like an ancient family heirloom. Distressed techniques are used to make this new piece of furniture look old. Learn the art of identifying native air-dried woods. 
Apr 28
3:00 AM
Inside E Street Special Report - Tele-Fraud Guests:Dan Rather, Newsman and Host of "Dan Rather Reports"Steve Baker, Midwest Regional Director at the Federal Trade Commission Dr. Sandra Crewe, Professor of Social Work, Howard UniversitySadly, it has become an all-too common occurrence for seniors to be targeted by predatory scammers whose goal is to drain their victim's savings. One such scam has resorted to emotional and verbal abuse, as well as flat-out harassment, in the hopes of swindling the lonely and gullible. The Jamaican Lottery Scam is thought to be responsible for duping tens of thousands of American seniors who believe they are paying "processing fees and taxes" on their way to collecting lottery winnings. Those "fees and taxes" they're paying out? They're going directly into the pockets of fraudsters, who are bilking seniors out of hundreds of millions of dollars. This despicable con caught the attention of legendary newsman Dan Rather, who took to Jamaica to learn more.Joining us at our studio to discuss his involvement and the investigation in Jamaica is storied news reporter Dan Rather. We also get the frightening numbers when it comes to this scam from expert and FTC Regional Director, Steve Baker. Dr. Sandra Crewe, a Professor of Social Work at Howard University, shares with Lark the long-term financial and emotional toll that comes from this heinous scam.Segment 3: Generations Survey 
Apr 28
3:30 AM
My Generation The Art of Adapting How do a rock star, an athlete and an artist adapt to big changes in their lives? He's been rockin' hard with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band for years, but guitarist Nils Lofgren is now dancing to a new tune. Not even MS can stop one woman from climbing the world's highest mountain. And a blind painter has the right touch. 
Apr 28
4:00 AM
Tracks Ahead Greeley Freight Station Museum Head to Colorado to check out a huge model railroad and museum; look in on a club whose mission is keeping the memory of Pennsylvania railroads alive; take a peek at steam technology that powers more than trains; and ride one of the most scenic rail routes in the United States. 
Apr 28
4:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Jordan: Wadi Rum, Aqaba & Jerash Host Darley Newman travels throughout the small, Middle Eastern country of Jordan to experience culture, history and adventure. While in the capital city of Amman, Darley's local guide Ibrahim leads to a bustling downtown market and shopping district. In an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour, viewers learn about the history and characteristics of the Arabian breed in Darley's interview with HRH Princess Alia at the Royal Stables in Amman. From Amman, Darley heads to the Dana Nature Reserve, where she spends the night in an eco-friendly camp before riding through the historic stone village of Dana with a local. Next, Darley visits Madaba, a town known for its mosaics, before standing atop Mount Nebo, where Moses saw the Holy Land. On a multi-day ride through the Wadi Rum Desert, made famous by the epic film Lawrence of Arabia, Darley learns about Bedouin culture as she treks on horseback and camelback. The episode ends in the ancient Roman city of Jerash where Darley, dressed in Roman garb, hops a ride on a horse-drawn chariot. 
Apr 28
5:00 AM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles.  
Apr 28
5:30 AM
Autoline Built in Detroit AUTOLINE is dedicated to reporting on, discussing and dissecting the inner workings of the auto industry and the products that it makes. Our website has several channels that carry our different programs, blog, and other information resources. AUTOLINE is often the first stop for auto executives, industry insiders, and consumers looking for the latest news about cars and the industry. Host John McElroy. "Autoline This Week" is an Emmy award-winning weekly half-hour talk show featuring top automotive executives and journalists from around the globe. The show focuses on topics that drive the industry and the men and women behind the wheel. John McElroy is the host of this television show as well as "Autoline Daily" the first industry webcast of industry news and analysis. McElroy also broadcasts five radio segments daily on WWJ Newsradio 950, the CBS affiliate in Detroit as well as a weekly blog for Autoblog.com and a monthly op-ed article for Ward's AutoWorld.Autoline has won numerous awards for over the years. In addition to our Emmy Autoline was awarded the International Wheels Awards for a documentary on "The Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise" as well as awards for "Challenge Bibendum" and "A Car Is Born."You can find more about Autoline, its network of programming as well as John McElroy himself at www.autoline.tv 
Apr 28
5:56 AM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
Apr 28
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Lord Of The Dance This graceful balancing pose is a study in concentration, poise, and beauty. After backbends and a twist, end the session with musical meditation. 
Apr 28
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 28
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 28
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Functional Fitness This episode includes exercises that promote healthy living and being able to perform daily activities with ease and without injury. Registered dietitian, Janell Buchkoski, challenges viewers with a weight management tip of the day. 
Apr 28
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts The Food Chain Game Aviva wants to build a food web for the African savannah, so she devises a game and Chris and Martin take the challenge! They will each start as a blade of grass and climb to the top of the food chain in a game of "Creature Power Suit Creature Tag".Science Concepts: Food Chains, Predator/Prey, Herbivore vs. Carnivore 
Apr 28
8:00 AM
Curious George Follow That Boat/Windmill Monkey Steve needs an A to pass his history class and his model papyrus boat is sure to make the grade. George helps him test the boat in Endless Park's pond, but a sudden rainstorm sweeps it down the sewer grate! While searching for the boat, Steve and George learn that debris from the street ends up in the ocean. Will they ever find Steve's little boat in the big ocean or will he be taking history again next year? Educational Objective: To recognize that waste needs to be disposed of properly to prevent unnecessary harm to the environment. To learn about a manmade system designed to reduce man's impact on the environment by working to maintain a clean and healthy environment.George proudly finishes planting his rooftop garden when he turns around to find that Compass and his friends have eaten all the seeds. The scarecrow overlooking the garden didn't scare them at all! While buying more seeds, George spots a windmill and learns how the wind can power just about anything. The inspired monkey sets out to create the world's first wind powered scarecrow in hopes that will keep his seeds safe. But some things are more easily planned than done! Educational Objective: To recognize wind as an alternative and renewable source of energy capable of doing work. 
Apr 28
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Secret Super Digger/Pucker Up and Blow Secret Super DiggerSally is trying to grow a flower for her mom, but it just won't grow. Time to see Finola! At Finola's Farm, she introduces Cat, Sally and Nick to her secret super digger - Diggery the earthworm. Diggery shows them how plant roots need water, air, and compost, which Diggery helps to make. Sally's flower is sure to grow once she gets some of her own secret super diggers to help!Educational Objective: How worms supply nutrients to plants with their castings (compost), as well as how their tunnels enrich the soil with air and water. Pucker Up and BlowNick and Sally are trying to whistle but they just can't seem to get it right! The Cat takes them to visit his friend, Rocky the Winter Wren, who is an expert whistler. Rocky, and his son Ricky, offer this advice: if you want to whistle, start with one note and practice.Educational Objective: To introduce the audience to the call and songs of the winter Wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) and to demonstrate that one needs to practice to learn how to whistle. 
Apr 28
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Chicken Problem/The Space Creature Problem The Chicken Problem - The Farm. Peg and Cat have to get 100 chickens back in the coop before the farmer sees.Primary Content: Size correspondenceSecondary Content: The number 100The Space Creature Problem - The Purple Planet. Peg, Cat and Richard must get the 100 chickens away from Big Mouth and back to their spaceship.Primary Content: Counting by tensSecondary Content: The number 100 
Apr 28
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Wing Kings/The Big Mud Pit The Wing KingsThe Pteranodon family stretches their wings at Quetzalcoatlus Canyon, where Mr. Pteranodon flew when he was younger and nicknamed, the "Wing King." Now, the Pteranodons and Buddy meet Quincy Quetzalcoatlus and his Dad, another Wing King, a huge flying bird. Together, the two "Wing Kings" wow their kids with some sensational aerial acrobatics.The Big Mud PitThere's big trouble at the Big Pond when Dad and Larry Lambeosaurus get stuck in the mud. Buddy and Leroy Lambeosaurus devise a plan to pull their dads out before they sink deeper into the mud! 
Apr 28
10:00 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) 
Apr 28
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Heaven on Earth, Part 3 In this segment, Jerry under-paints the distant waterfall and stream. Then begins highlighting the middle and foreground areas. Next he blocks in the 2 large tree trunks. He finishes this segment by adding a few small rocks in the middle and foreground. 
Apr 28
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Big and Comforting This show focuses on comfort knitting. The first segment features Eunny giving an overview of felted knitting and what types of yarns are best for felting. Then, Deborah Norville demonstrates a big button wrap that looks great on all body types and can be knit on larger needles with chunky weight yarn. Next, Kristin and Marcy are back with the Chain Reaction Afghan project. They show how pattern stitches worked in rows create afghan squares with very different looks. Finally, Eunny shares ideas for using felted swatches to make a patchwork blanket or rug. 
Apr 28
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As KBDI's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. 
Apr 28
12:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
Apr 28
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 28
2:00 PM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Sod, Garbage Disposers, Crown Molding Roger rolls out a truckload of fresh sod. Tom installs a replica ceiling medallion made using a 3D printer; then he installs a custom copper vent hood. Richard selects the right garbage disposer at a local home center. Norm gives a lesson in crown molding, while Richard installs a pedestal sink in the powder room. Closet designer Mary Cool shows Kevin how she's customizing the master closet for maximum storage. 
Apr 28
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Electrician Scott Caron replaces outdated fluorescent under-cabinet lights with new LED fixtures. Roger and Kevin demonstrate how to work with concrete. Richard teaches Tom about the energy-saving potential of temperature setbacks on thermostats. 
Apr 28
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America New York's Southern Italian Lidia makes cannelloni, explores pasta making traditions in Italy and makes a Brooklyn discovery in Frankie's Spuntino, two men cooking Italian-American food with a modern twist. 
Apr 28
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Eat Salads!/ Mangiate l'Insalate There's no end to the salads Mary Ann can create when Guy's Garden is in full-delivery mode, starting with a healthy, hearty Bulgur Salad. Then she combines two of her favorite veggies. Cauliflower and Broccoli in a creative, "give me seconds" salad, and finishes off her parade of salads with a tart and tasty Radicchio Salad. 
Apr 28
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  This series' ensemble of chefs, cooks, testers and tasters, led by "editor-in-chef" Christopher Kimball, reveal the best ways to prepare favorite dishes.  
Apr 28
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Super-Easy Comfort Food Super-Easy Comfort Food: Host Christopher Kimball shares the test kitchen's tips and techniques for selecting the perfect beef roast. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the best Chuck Roast in Foil. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for inexpensive stockpots. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the ultimate French Onion Soup in the slow cooker. 
Apr 28
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 28
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 28
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 28
6:56 PM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
Apr 28
7:00 PM
Pretty Much 100% Scandinavian Danes, Finns, Icelanders, Norwegians, and Swedes all earned reputations for good hard work while settling into the United States. This film's interviews, historical photos, and footage of contemporary Scandinavian-Americans at work show why the reputation has been rightly earned. Here you'll see the sights, hear the sounds and smile at the sly humor of Scandinavian-Americans farming, logging, milling, fishing, and following religious vocations. Swedish filmmaker Stefan Quinth has made a series of four movies about things Scandinavian-American. This is a film about work and the Scandinavian work ethic.The film series explores the experience of immigration, the process of Americanization, the importance of landmark institutions such as churches and colleges, the power of family and community, the vitality of arts and craft, the matter of language, and the enjoyment of humor.Immigration, language, food, celebration, jokes, a tear or two - a rich journey, fueled by gallons of coffee. 
Apr 28
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part 4 Miss Mardle houses a handsome refugee, Thackeray spies on LeClair and Harry has a showdown at cards with Loxley. 
Apr 28
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Holy Hipster This episode the short film "Duvid" by Chelsea Rebecca. Pressured by his Satmar Hasidic community to settle down and start a family, Duvid Stern decides to experiment with the world of underground electronic music and psychedelic drugs. 
Apr 28
9:30 PM
On Story Elements of Great Horror Professional horror writers explore how great drama lies at the core of the most frightening films, and discuss the style and techniques used to invoke fear, suspense and thrills that linger long after the credits roll. Followed by Lynne Vincent McCarthy's STRANGEFACE, a haunting and suspenseful short film about a peculiar and defiant young girl who unexpectedly finds companionship. 
Apr 28
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 28
10:57 PM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
Apr 28
11:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part 4 Miss Mardle houses a handsome refugee, Thackeray spies on LeClair and Harry has a showdown at cards with Loxley. 
Apr 29
12:00 AM
Harry Dean Stanton - Crossing Mulholland A favorite of directors, critics, colleagues, and audiences, actor Harry Dean Stanton has carved his name into the cultural consciousness of cinematic arts with dozens of roles in films ranging from Cool Hand Luke and Alien to Paris, Texas and The Green Mile. The new documentary "Harry Dean Stanton: Crossing Mulholland" offers an insightful look at this versatile and talented actor through film clips and interviews with such Hollywood figures as actors Billy Bob Thornton and Richard Dreyfuss; musicians Kris Kristofferson and Michelle Phillips; critic Leonard Maltin; and directors John Carpenter and Wim Wenders. The documentary traces Stanton's story from his birth in a small Kentucky town to his rise as a noted character actor. The program also takes time to look at Stanton's other passion — music—and features intimate, living room jam sessions with friends Michelle Phillips and Jamie James. 
Apr 29
1:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Sod, Garbage Disposers, Crown Molding Roger rolls out a truckload of fresh sod. Tom installs a replica ceiling medallion made using a 3D printer; then he installs a custom copper vent hood. Richard selects the right garbage disposer at a local home center. Norm gives a lesson in crown molding, while Richard installs a pedestal sink in the powder room. Closet designer Mary Cool shows Kevin how she's customizing the master closet for maximum storage. 
Apr 29
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Electrician Scott Caron replaces outdated fluorescent under-cabinet lights with new LED fixtures. Roger and Kevin demonstrate how to work with concrete. Richard teaches Tom about the energy-saving potential of temperature setbacks on thermostats. 
Apr 29
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America New York's Southern Italian Lidia makes cannelloni, explores pasta making traditions in Italy and makes a Brooklyn discovery in Frankie's Spuntino, two men cooking Italian-American food with a modern twist. 
Apr 29
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Eat Salads!/ Mangiate l'Insalate There's no end to the salads Mary Ann can create when Guy's Garden is in full-delivery mode, starting with a healthy, hearty Bulgur Salad. Then she combines two of her favorite veggies. Cauliflower and Broccoli in a creative, "give me seconds" salad, and finishes off her parade of salads with a tart and tasty Radicchio Salad. 
Apr 29
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  This series' ensemble of chefs, cooks, testers and tasters, led by "editor-in-chef" Christopher Kimball, reveal the best ways to prepare favorite dishes.  
Apr 29
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Super-Easy Comfort Food Super-Easy Comfort Food: Host Christopher Kimball shares the test kitchen's tips and techniques for selecting the perfect beef roast. Then, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the best Chuck Roast in Foil. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for inexpensive stockpots. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making the ultimate French Onion Soup in the slow cooker. 
Apr 29
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Heaven on Earth, Part 3 In this segment, Jerry under-paints the distant waterfall and stream. Then begins highlighting the middle and foreground areas. Next he blocks in the 2 large tree trunks. He finishes this segment by adding a few small rocks in the middle and foreground. 
Apr 29
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Big and Comforting This show focuses on comfort knitting. The first segment features Eunny giving an overview of felted knitting and what types of yarns are best for felting. Then, Deborah Norville demonstrates a big button wrap that looks great on all body types and can be knit on larger needles with chunky weight yarn. Next, Kristin and Marcy are back with the Chain Reaction Afghan project. They show how pattern stitches worked in rows create afghan squares with very different looks. Finally, Eunny shares ideas for using felted swatches to make a patchwork blanket or rug. 
Apr 29
5:00 AM
This is America & the World Clarence Page, (Chicago Tribune) This week Dennis Wholey speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, Clarence Page. The discussion is devoted to America and the current status of the country. Clarence Page walks Dennis through many topics including education, race, what our history says about the future and where we are in the "long run". The conversation is a swift and lively exploration of modern America through the eyes of Mr. Page, who is a nationally syndicated Columnist for the Chicago Tribune and has been a member of the Chicago Tribune's Editorial Board for 30 years. Clarence Page is a regular on PBS, NPR, MSNBC and various cable and broadcast networks. 
Apr 29
5:30 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face.  
Apr 29
5:56 AM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
Apr 29
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Topsy Turvy Today's upside down poses give your glands a boost, regulating those pesky hormones. 
Apr 29
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 29
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 29
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Good Alignment By doing exercises with eyes closed, Mary Ann builds an awareness of how good spinal alignment feels. Mary Ann gives a tip of the day. 
Apr 29
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Attack of the Tree Eating Aliens The Wild Kratts get an urgent call from a group of North American Wild Kratts kids telling them almost all of the trees in the forest are dying. It's a race against time to solve the mystery and help the forest and the creatures who live there.Science Concept: Alien species. 
Apr 29
8:00 AM
Curious George George's Backwards Flight Plan/Curious George, Hog Trainer Help! Professor Wiseman is set to launch B.I.R.D., her bird migration tracking device, at sunset, but the remote control isn't functioning properly. Up is down. Left is right. Off is on. Can George and Marco master the tricky remote control in time or will this B.I.R.D. be flying North for the winter? / George and Allie are determined to help Howie the Hog win a blue ribbon at the state fair, but the portly pig doesn't like to train for the competition. Once they figure out how to keep Howie clean, George and Allie use their creativity to find ways to keep Howie motivated and cool while exercising. Will Howie be in hog heaven this year and win the blue ribbon? 
Apr 29
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Sniff and Seek/Aye Aye! Sniff and SeekNick's most favorite smell is chocolate chip cookies! But what is Sally's? She's not sure. What better way to find out than by playing sniff and seek with a skunk! Cat introduces Nick and Sally to Whiffy, and in the adventure of finding Sally's favorite smell they discover how good Whiffy is at protecting himself with his very own special smell.Educational Objective: Skunks spray a strong, unpleasant scent when threatened. Aye Aye!Nick and Sally are making Halloween masks, but they want to make them really scary. Cat takes them to meet Aiya, the Aye Aye, in the forest of Spookywoowoo. Aiya shows them, that even though he may look scary - his big ears, huge eyes and long fingers help him to find food. And now Nick and Sally know just how to make their masks scary!Educational Objective: The Aye Aye may look weird and scary with his big ears, teeth, long finger and kooky eyes, but is a fantastic, fun creature adapted to its environment and nothing to be frightened of. 
Apr 29
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Messy Room Problem/The Golden Pyramid Problem The Messy Room Problem - Peg's Room. Peg and Cat sort through the mess in Peg's room just in time for company to come over and seeCat's masterpiece, "The Circles".Primary Content: SortingSecondary Content: ShapesThe Golden Pyramid Problem - Magical Forest. Peg the Bold and Brave Sir Cat, Knights of the Round Table, search far and wide to retrieve theMermaid's golden pyramids.Primary Content: Solid shapesSecondary Content: Counting by twos 
Apr 29
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Buck-Tooth Bucky/Tiny's Tiny Friend Buck-Tooth BuckyDon finds a mystery tooth in Dad's old tooth collection, and the Pteranodon family goes on a fun investigation. They discover the tooth belongs to a dinosaur called Masiakasaurus, a creature with buck-teeth, The kids find out that their new buck-tooth friend has something unusual -- two different kinds of teeth in his mouth! Tiny's Tiny Friend Tiny gets upset when she finds a miniature mammal named Cindy Cimolestes has moved into her "Tiny Place," a hole in a tree near the family nest. Buddy ends up using his sharp eyes to help Cindy find a new home that more perfectly fits her small size 
Apr 29
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Goodbye Pacifier Curly Bear is unsure about giving up her binky, so Elmo tries to help. He remembers when he had a binky and how hard it was for him to say goodbye to it too. The first thing he tried was putting all his binkies in a box for Leela to give to her sister's new baby, but he missed his binkies so much that he searched around his room and found another one. Next, he tried exchanging his binky for a stuffed bunny at Hooper's Store, but that didn't work and he traded it back. Next, he tried leaving it for the binky fairy. Elmo put his binky under his pretend pillow, and Abby did her magic and turned the binky into a dollar bill, but then Elmo took that dollar and bought another binky with it! Baby Bear asks him how he finally gave up his binky, and Elmo explains that he had a talk with Gordon about being a big monster and trying to only use his binky sometimes until he finally wouldn't want it anymore. Then, they sang a song about saying goodbye to his binky, and at the end, Elmo was finally ready to give it up. After hearing the song, Curly Bear realizes that she is ready to say goodbye to her binky too, and hands it over to Baby Bear. Everyone is very proud of her, and she feels great about her decision. 
Apr 29
11:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz  Veteran public television host Gary Spetz continues his artistic journeys in his new series, COLOR WORLD WITH GARY SPETZ. This visual travelogue emphasizes the path the painter-photographer takes when creating his art.COLOR WORLD celebrates the wonders of travel and the beauty of the natural world. Interested in culture, fascinated by history and inspired by nature, Spetz encourages viewers to open their eyes and appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in simple scenes.  
Apr 29
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts  Master quilters share their knowledge and experience. First is Susan Brubaker Knapp. Today she creates a firefly art quilt with a fun fiber technique for making the bugs shine. Then, it's the perfect beginner technique from Debra Gabel. She demonstrates raw-edge appliqué using fusing and then sewing. Last, Laura Heine provides tips for free-motion stitching and threadwork, on location in Cincinnati. 
Apr 29
12:00 PM
European Journal  This program provides a portal to the world of European news, culture, and commerce. Five teams of journalists, photographers, and producers travel the continent in search of stories that have impact and meaning for American viewers. Episodes are shot on-location, taking viewers to the heart of the story and providing a fresh perspective on the events that are reshaping the political and social landscape of the continent. Hosts Jim Gibbons and Cathy Smith make European coverage compelling and understandable for Americans by weaving each story together with in-depth analysis and a lively personal touch.  
Apr 29
12:30 PM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
Apr 29
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 29
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Farm School (Athol, MA) Learning to be an organic farmer is hot! The GGW crew enrolls in a true Organic Farm School for a week of reality TV like you've never seen before. 
Apr 29
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Wildflower Center Gardens on Tour Pull native plants together with designs and artwork on a preview of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center garden tour. Plus, grab the kids for fun times at the Wildflower Center's new Luci Johnson and Ian Turpin Family Garden. 
Apr 29
3:00 PM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Jean-Georges Vongerichten Jean-Georges Vongerichten creates a three-course Thai meal of crab spring rolls, Thai marinated beef with rice noodles, and marinated fruit with white peppercorn ice cream and candied rose petals. 
Apr 29
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Lauren Groveman Lauren Groveman demonstrates how easy it is to make European ethnic specialties such as rich brown pumpernickel loaves and crunchy matzos. 
Apr 29
4:00 PM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Biscuits, Oeufs au Plat and Green Onion Shrimp Gravy, and Ambrosia Biscuits, Oeufs au Plat and Green Onion Shrimp Gravy, and Ambrosia 
Apr 29
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals I'm Cheating on You Feeds January 23, 2013How does Sara get great food on the table every night with no effort at all? She cheats! Lucky for you. she'll reveal all her tricks and secrets in this episode. She'll show you fast Sticky Buns without the yeast, a way to bake risotto instead of stirring it with Baked Risotto with Red Wine, Sweet Potatoes and Duck Confit and cheaters Wonton Ravioli stuffed with spinach, ricotta and mozzarella. Plus, tips... tips...tips! 
Apr 29
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 29
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 29
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 29
6:57 PM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
Apr 29
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Rice This episode is all about rice and its essential role in Southern cuisine. Sean visits Anson Mills, where Glenn Roberts is blazing a trail to reintroduce the world to the Carolina Rice Kitchen. Carolina Gold rice was once the primary crop in South Carolina and sought-after worldwide. With animation and archival images, a timeline highlights how the Civil War, as well as changes in the agricultural economy, caused Carolina Gold to all but disappear. Glenn is the reason for its resurrection and Sean is its biggest champion. In the fields at Anson Mills, Sean and Glen prepare an Appalachian classic, pilaf. In Louisiana, Chef Donald Link makes jambalaya. And in Nashville, Sean makes Hoppin' John fritters. All of these dishes link to a trip to Senegal where Chef Fati Ly makes the pilau from which all of these rice dishes derive. 
Apr 29
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Louisiana This episode focuses on the heavy influence of Louisiana cuisine on Sean. Historian and food writer John T Edge of the Southern Food Alliance takes Sean to his "favorite place on Earth," Middendorf's Restaurant, where cooks shave thin slices of catfish into the fryer to create a catfish chip. In the kitchen, Sean makes jambalaya and his version of the catfish chip. Chef Donald Link of Louisiana takes Sean frogging, then cooks up a frog dish. 
Apr 29
8:00 PM
Address; The Ken Burns tells the story of a tiny school in Putney, Vermont, the Greenwood School, where each year the students are encouraged to memorize, practice and recite the Gettysburg Address. In its exploration of Greenwood, whose students, boys ages 11-17, all face a range of complex learning differences, the film also unlocks the history, context and importance of President Lincoln's most powerful address. 
Apr 29
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 29
10:57 PM
Head On Supreme's & Campaign Finance Limits Supreme's & Campaign Finance LimitsKrista: The Supreme Court recently ruled that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional. Although the cap of $123,200 per election is gone, individual contributions for president or Congress, currently set at $2,600 per election, remains in force. Susan: I went to my bank last week and asked to visit my savings and checking accounts. Although I spent an hour talking to my cash - the bills were unmoved completely . . .mute! Money is not speech. The founding fathers did not envision a set-aside for rich donors. Krista: Just as freedom of the press is exercised through printing presses, cameras, and other things which cost money, so too is freedom of speech. It costs money to buy posters, ads, flyers, mailers, and commercials. We give money to candidates and causes to get the word out. It's our right.Susan: When corporations spend unlimited dollars buying influence - oops I mean bumper stickers - that's not free speech. Nor are anonymous 527 committees or unlimited individual contributions. Money isn't speech. Corporations aren't people. Today's corruption makes Dick Nixon and his bagman -Bebe Rebozo, look like choirboys! 
Apr 29
11:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Rice This episode is all about rice and its essential role in Southern cuisine. Sean visits Anson Mills, where Glenn Roberts is blazing a trail to reintroduce the world to the Carolina Rice Kitchen. Carolina Gold rice was once the primary crop in South Carolina and sought-after worldwide. With animation and archival images, a timeline highlights how the Civil War, as well as changes in the agricultural economy, caused Carolina Gold to all but disappear. Glenn is the reason for its resurrection and Sean is its biggest champion. In the fields at Anson Mills, Sean and Glen prepare an Appalachian classic, pilaf. In Louisiana, Chef Donald Link makes jambalaya. And in Nashville, Sean makes Hoppin' John fritters. All of these dishes link to a trip to Senegal where Chef Fati Ly makes the pilau from which all of these rice dishes derive. 
Apr 29
11:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Louisiana This episode focuses on the heavy influence of Louisiana cuisine on Sean. Historian and food writer John T Edge of the Southern Food Alliance takes Sean to his "favorite place on Earth," Middendorf's Restaurant, where cooks shave thin slices of catfish into the fryer to create a catfish chip. In the kitchen, Sean makes jambalaya and his version of the catfish chip. Chef Donald Link of Louisiana takes Sean frogging, then cooks up a frog dish. 
Apr 30
12:00 AM
Gold Fever and the Bechtler Mint This 30-minute historical documentary tells the little-known story of America's first gold rush, which took place in North Carolina during the early decades of the nineteenth century, nearly fifty years before the discovery of gold in California. Further, the film details the role of a middle-aged German immigrant, Christopher Bechtler, who, while living in a small town at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, created a successful private mint that produced the first one dollar gold coin in the United States. 
Apr 30
12:30 AM
Driven to Ride Since the 1870's women have been DRIVEN TO RIDE...Two-wheeled vehicles gave women a first real taste of the wild thrill found in unfettered mobility. Victorian Age corsets and billowing skirts were set aside as riding unleashed the power hidden within and the freedom to give that power pursuit. Women continue to shape and push the boundaries of two-wheeled freedom. The call of the road stirs in their blood, a call they answer down a thousand Interstates, and black-tops, and dusty country roads. Highways and byways that sail past in the raw sweep of wide-open spaces. Women climb aboard and tear off — embracing the wild exhilaration of acceleration...Driven to Ride. 
Apr 30
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Farm School (Athol, MA) Learning to be an organic farmer is hot! The GGW crew enrolls in a true Organic Farm School for a week of reality TV like you've never seen before. 
Apr 30
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Wildflower Center Gardens on Tour Pull native plants together with designs and artwork on a preview of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center garden tour. Plus, grab the kids for fun times at the Wildflower Center's new Luci Johnson and Ian Turpin Family Garden. 
Apr 30
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Jean-Georges Vongerichten Jean-Georges Vongerichten creates a three-course Thai meal of crab spring rolls, Thai marinated beef with rice noodles, and marinated fruit with white peppercorn ice cream and candied rose petals. 
Apr 30
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Biscuits, Oeufs au Plat and Green Onion Shrimp Gravy, and Ambrosia Biscuits, Oeufs au Plat and Green Onion Shrimp Gravy, and Ambrosia 
Apr 30
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia Lauren Groveman Lauren Groveman demonstrates how easy it is to make European ethnic specialties such as rich brown pumpernickel loaves and crunchy matzos. 
Apr 30
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals I'm Cheating on You Feeds January 23, 2013How does Sara get great food on the table every night with no effort at all? She cheats! Lucky for you. she'll reveal all her tricks and secrets in this episode. She'll show you fast Sticky Buns without the yeast, a way to bake risotto instead of stirring it with Baked Risotto with Red Wine, Sweet Potatoes and Duck Confit and cheaters Wonton Ravioli stuffed with spinach, ricotta and mozzarella. Plus, tips... tips...tips! 
Apr 30
4:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz  Veteran public television host Gary Spetz continues his artistic journeys in his new series, COLOR WORLD WITH GARY SPETZ. This visual travelogue emphasizes the path the painter-photographer takes when creating his art.COLOR WORLD celebrates the wonders of travel and the beauty of the natural world. Interested in culture, fascinated by history and inspired by nature, Spetz encourages viewers to open their eyes and appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in simple scenes.  
Apr 30
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts  Master quilters share their knowledge and experience. First is Susan Brubaker Knapp. Today she creates a firefly art quilt with a fun fiber technique for making the bugs shine. Then, it's the perfect beginner technique from Debra Gabel. She demonstrates raw-edge appliqué using fusing and then sewing. Last, Laura Heine provides tips for free-motion stitching and threadwork, on location in Cincinnati. 
Apr 30
5:00 AM
European Journal  This program provides a portal to the world of European news, culture, and commerce. Five teams of journalists, photographers, and producers travel the continent in search of stories that have impact and meaning for American viewers. Episodes are shot on-location, taking viewers to the heart of the story and providing a fresh perspective on the events that are reshaping the political and social landscape of the continent. Hosts Jim Gibbons and Cathy Smith make European coverage compelling and understandable for Americans by weaving each story together with in-depth analysis and a lively personal touch.  
Apr 30
5:30 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
Apr 30
5:56 AM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
Apr 30
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Supple Sides Loosen the sides of your torso with Cat Twist and a side leg lift. Stretch out your hips, knees, and legs with Lotus Stretch and relax into Lotus Forward Bend. 
Apr 30
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 30
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Apr 30
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit New Challenges Mary Ann introduces a new abdominal exercise called the "Ski Jump" and Gretchen gives you a new balance challenge. 
Apr 30
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Masked Bandits The Wild Kratts team starts to notice strange things happening in the Tortuga HQ. Jimmy is sure there is a ghost living with them, but they soon discover it's a raccoon family causing all the trouble.Science Concepts: Animals live around us every day. With our ever growing population some of them are forced to share living spaces with us. Humans actually provide protection from predators and/or food, which are some reasons smaller animals gravitate toward human homes. 
Apr 30
8:00 AM
Curious George George's Lawn Service/Curious Goes on a Scavenger Hunt George and Allie are crazy about Mr. Renkins' new kids - baby goats named Suzie and Sammy. But when the goats keep escaping their pen and chewing on everything in sight, can George and Allie find a way to keep their friends penned up? / It's a race around the city as George, Marco and Chef Pisghetti go on a shape-finding scavenger hunt to raise money for the animal shelter. They find rectangles, stars and circles. But how are they ever going to find 100 diamonds? 
Apr 30
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Tough Enough/How Cool is Coral Tough EnoughNick and Sally are trying to guess what animal is the toughest one - is it a lion? Oh no, it must be the enormous elephant! Why not at all, says The Cat. The toughest of all is a teeny tiny Waterbear. Huh? Off to meet Cat's friend Wally the Waterbear. After shrinking down in the Thingamajigger, they find Wally and start to play the Tough Enough game! Wally is tough enough to live anywhere, so it's off to Freeze Your Knees Snowland to test it out. Then they go to the super hot Gritchity-Gratch Desert, then even a trip into space! Wally can live anywhere! He really is the toughest of all!Educational Objective: How TARDIGRADES (also known as Waterbears) survive extreme heat, cold and even being a trip into space.How Cool is CoralThe Cat needs help! He needs to get his fish friend Ting Tang Tony back to his family. Off to Scoobamareen they go! Tony and Cat got distracted while he was drawing pictures of the beautiful coral that's all around them. Using Cat's drawings as a map, they swim to get Tony back home. Along the way they meet little polyps that live in the coral and learn that they actually helped to make it! They learn about how long it takes to make and how delicate it is. Luckily they soon find Tony's family and they're reunited. Back home Nick and Sally make their own coral drawings, cause you never know when the Cat might need help again!Educational Objective: Coral is a rock-like substance that can be many different shapes, sizes and colours. It's used as a home to various sealife. 
Apr 30
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pirate Problem/The Sleepover Problem The Pirate Problem - Pirate Island. Peg and Cat show a group of veryhungry Pirates how to share tropical fruit fairly. Primary Content: Fair sharingSecondary Content: Adding within 4The Sleepover Problem - Peg's House. When the Pirates are having a sleepover at Peg's house, they get scared at bedtime. Peg and Cat help the Pirates fall asleep by counting chickens.Primary Content: Counting to 20Secondary Content: 4 + 1 = 5 
Apr 30
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train An Armored Tail Tale/Pterasaur Flying Club An Armored Tail TaleThe Pteranodons tag along as Hank Ankylosaurus goes out to scout a Dinoball talent named Eugene Euoplocephalus. The kids see that Eugene is a smaller version of Hank, an armored dinosaur with a tail-club! Hank and Eugene really hit it off, and after they all play Dinoball, Eugene's invited to play on Hank's pro team!Pterosaur Flying Club Tiny and Shiny practice their swoop-de-loops and other flying moves in anticipation of their play-date with fellow Pterosaurs Petey Peteinosaurus and Quincy Quetzalcoatlus. With Buddy helping with the choreography, the Pterosaur Flying Club puts on a flying show! 
Apr 30
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Jack's Big Jump Everyone's excited for Jack-Be-Nimble's big jump, when suddenly Jack finds himself able to jump no more.Educational Objective: Emotional Development, Mathematics 
Apr 30
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Final Moment, Part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Apr 30
11:30 AM
Sew It All All About Silk, Katrina Walker Learn the ins and outs of sewing silk, plus make an impressive table runner. 
Apr 30
12:00 PM
Scully/The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
Apr 30
12:30 PM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts.  
Apr 30
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 30
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Whether it is an individual tackling an unloved patch of ground or a whole town restoring community gardens, these gardens provide inspiration and enthusiasm. You'll be surprised at the different gardening initiatives. We were. Join us as we GardenSMART in Florida. 
Apr 30
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Native American Longbow, arrows & tools Some possessions are passed from generation to generation and are needed for survival. This longbow design was made of special unusually strong native woods. Learn the secret that made these one of America's most sought after items around the world. 
Apr 30
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Tijuana Round Table" There's a long heritage of good food in Tijuana: It has an amazing taco culture and is the birthplace of the Caesar salad. Today, Tijuana boasts one of the top culinary schools in the country and some of the best chefs in Mexico. Rick and three fellow food lovers dine at the ultra-modern Mision 19 located in Mexico's newest Leed Gold Certified building. Chef Javier Plascencia wows them with his creative twists on classic Mexican dishes such as braised beef short ribs wrapped in fresh fig leaves and served with black mole and kabocha foam. For starters, Chef Javier layers local tuna with nopales, chicharron and avocado meringue. Between bites, Rick and his guests discuss their own relationships with food, the expanding culinary scene in Tijuana and the future of Mexican food. 
Apr 30
3:30 PM
Taste This! Making Your Next Meal a Healthy Treat Dress up the dinner table with lighter pizzas, pastas and healthier choices. Enjoy Chef Joe's Quinoa with garlic, pine nuts and raisins. It's healthy food that the entire family will love! 
Apr 30
4:00 PM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Drop In Dinners Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown. 
Apr 30
4:30 PM
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food  Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes — a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes — showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.  
Apr 30
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Apr 30
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Apr 30
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Apr 30
6:57 PM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
Apr 30
7:00 PM
Studio 12  STUDIO 12 explores hot issues, fascinating topics and provocative personalities. Alternately hosted by Steffan Tubbs and Tamara Banks, STUDIO 12 is one of the only shows in Colorado that encourages the viewers at home to call-in and join the discussion.  
Apr 30
8:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story Bloody Shiloh With the 1860 election of anti-slavery candidate Abraham Lincoln, thirteen states from the South secede and form the Confederate States of America. Union military leaders, along with Lincoln himself, realize that ending the rebellion rests on controlling the Mississippi River. In February 1862, Union forces, led by an obscure general named Ulysses S. Grant, establish a foothold in southern Tennessee near a simple log structure known as "Shiloh Church." On April 6, 1862, a Confederate force of over 40-thousand, led by General Albert Sidney Johnston, launch a surprise attack on Grant. The fighting in the hellish terrain surrounding Shiloh is some of the most brutal of the entire war. By day's end, victory is in sight for the attacking Confederates. But Johnston has been struck in the leg by a bullet, and bleeds to death in 20 minutes. The death of Johnston is a harbinger of a great change that will soon sweep over "Bloody Shiloh." 
Apr 30
9:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story A Beacon of Hope In the disaster at Shiloh, Union General Ulysses S. Grant sees victory. On the night of April 6, 1862, Grant's beleaguered army along the Tennessee River is reinforced. The next morning, Grant's counterattack leads to victory. The defeated Confederate force of 40-thousand retreats south to Corinth, Mississippi. At Shiloh, the Confederates lose arguably their best opportunity to change the outcome of the war. The shocking combined casualties of 24-thousand men is more than in all the wars fought to that date in the United States. Many of the nearly 4 million slaves across the South see the war as an opportunity to seize their own destiny. Thousands of escaping slaves, dubbed 'contrabands', seek refuge with Union forces advancing into the South. At Corinth, Mississippi, the Union army sets up a 'contraband camp.' The former slaves begin building a community that includes a school, hospital, and church. As thousands of slaves flee northward, the question asked all over America is this: are they still slaves or are they now free? In a cottage overlooking Washington DC, Abraham Lincoln begins drafting a "proclamation" whose message will boldly answer that question. 
Apr 30
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Apr 30
10:57 PM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
Apr 30
11:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story Bloody Shiloh With the 1860 election of anti-slavery candidate Abraham Lincoln, thirteen states from the South secede and form the Confederate States of America. Union military leaders, along with Lincoln himself, realize that ending the rebellion rests on controlling the Mississippi River. In February 1862, Union forces, led by an obscure general named Ulysses S. Grant, establish a foothold in southern Tennessee near a simple log structure known as "Shiloh Church." On April 6, 1862, a Confederate force of over 40-thousand, led by General Albert Sidney Johnston, launch a surprise attack on Grant. The fighting in the hellish terrain surrounding Shiloh is some of the most brutal of the entire war. By day's end, victory is in sight for the attacking Confederates. But Johnston has been struck in the leg by a bullet, and bleeds to death in 20 minutes. The death of Johnston is a harbinger of a great change that will soon sweep over "Bloody Shiloh." 
May 1
12:00 AM
Civil War: The Untold Story A Beacon of Hope In the disaster at Shiloh, Union General Ulysses S. Grant sees victory. On the night of April 6, 1862, Grant's beleaguered army along the Tennessee River is reinforced. The next morning, Grant's counterattack leads to victory. The defeated Confederate force of 40-thousand retreats south to Corinth, Mississippi. At Shiloh, the Confederates lose arguably their best opportunity to change the outcome of the war. The shocking combined casualties of 24-thousand men is more than in all the wars fought to that date in the United States. Many of the nearly 4 million slaves across the South see the war as an opportunity to seize their own destiny. Thousands of escaping slaves, dubbed 'contrabands', seek refuge with Union forces advancing into the South. At Corinth, Mississippi, the Union army sets up a 'contraband camp.' The former slaves begin building a community that includes a school, hospital, and church. As thousands of slaves flee northward, the question asked all over America is this: are they still slaves or are they now free? In a cottage overlooking Washington DC, Abraham Lincoln begins drafting a "proclamation" whose message will boldly answer that question. 
May 1
1:00 AM
Studio 12  STUDIO 12 explores hot issues, fascinating topics and provocative personalities. Alternately hosted by Steffan Tubbs and Tamara Banks, STUDIO 12 is one of the only shows in Colorado that encourages the viewers at home to call-in and join the discussion.  
May 1
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Tijuana Round Table" There's a long heritage of good food in Tijuana: It has an amazing taco culture and is the birthplace of the Caesar salad. Today, Tijuana boasts one of the top culinary schools in the country and some of the best chefs in Mexico. Rick and three fellow food lovers dine at the ultra-modern Mision 19 located in Mexico's newest Leed Gold Certified building. Chef Javier Plascencia wows them with his creative twists on classic Mexican dishes such as braised beef short ribs wrapped in fresh fig leaves and served with black mole and kabocha foam. For starters, Chef Javier layers local tuna with nopales, chicharron and avocado meringue. Between bites, Rick and his guests discuss their own relationships with food, the expanding culinary scene in Tijuana and the future of Mexican food. 
May 1
2:30 AM
Taste This! Making Your Next Meal a Healthy Treat Dress up the dinner table with lighter pizzas, pastas and healthier choices. Enjoy Chef Joe's Quinoa with garlic, pine nuts and raisins. It's healthy food that the entire family will love! 
May 1
3:00 AM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Drop In Dinners Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown. 
May 1
3:30 AM
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food  Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes — a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes — showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.  
May 1
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Final Moment, Part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
May 1
4:30 AM
Sew It All All About Silk, Katrina Walker Learn the ins and outs of sewing silk, plus make an impressive table runner. 
May 1
5:00 AM
Scully/The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
May 1
5:30 AM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts.  
May 1
5:56 AM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
May 1
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 1
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 1
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 1
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Lymphatic System Mary Ann uses soothing music and slow gentle movements to stimulate the lymphatic system. 
May 1
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Aqua Frog While the Wild Kratts explore the life cycle of the Bull Frog, they uncover a plot by Zach Varmitech to destroy the frogs' habitat. With the help of some Wild Kratts kids, the team moves quickly to stop Zach.Science Concept: Amphibian Life Cycles. 
May 1
8:00 AM
Curious George School of Dance/Curious George Sounds Off Little monkeys love to dance, which is why George can't wait for Allie's dance party. When Bill announces he's leaving town because he doesn't know how to dance the box step, George creates a footsteps dance step map to help. But you can't take a dance map to a party! How will Bill keep from stepping on toes without one? Educational Objective: To recognize simple patterns occurring across domains -- in numbers, sound rhythms, shapes, and movement. To identify the terms left and right, and locate them on the appropriate side of the body using different colors (red and blue) to represent the concepts of right foot, left foot. Chef Pisghetti is distraught: his chickens won't lay any eggs! After spending a night in the chicken coop, George discovers that the chickens aren't sleeping and are too tired to lay eggs. The noisy alley is the culprit. Will George's efforts to soundproof the chicken coop with recycled materials pay off with egg-cellent results? Educational Objective:To discover that differing properties of materials can influence how and why the materials are used. 
May 1
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Babies/Fast BabiesSally is looking after some baby hamsters, but how can she and Nick hold them right? Well, different animals hold their babies different ways. A trip to Ozzie-Wozz Outback will help them, Cat has some friends who know all about carrying babies! First up is Wilma the spider, who carries all her babies on her back. Then it's off to see Dilly the crocodile, she carries her babies in her mouth! And the last stop, Coco the Koala who uses a pouch to carry her little one. Nick and Sally realize that all the babies were happiest with their moms, so they'll just leave them all together.Educational Objective: Nick and Sally learn how different animals carry their babies.FastIt's a race to the treehouse, but Nick and Sally wish they could go as fast as an airplane! How about a peregrine? asks The Cat. What's that? The fastest creature in the world! His friend Perry the Peregrine Falcon will show them how fast he can be. Off to Steep-and-Deep Cliffs to meet him! Using Cat's special backpacks, the kids have wings like Perry's so they can fly through the air too. Perry shows them how he dives straight down to catch his food. Who wants to be as fast as an airplane, when you can be a peregrine falcon!Educational Objective: Peregrine Falcons are probably the fastest creatures in the world, reaching speed of 150 mph when they dive to catch food. 
May 1
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Three Bears Problem/The Giant Problem The Three Bears Problem - Fairytale Land. Peg and Cat bring the Three Bears, the Three Little Pigs, and the Three Billy Goats Gruff together to form a super group: "The Electric Eleven".Primary Content: Adding 1Secondary Content: Counting to 11The Giant Problem - Giant Land. Peg and Cat must attempt a great escape when they think the Giants want to eat them and their 8 fairytale friends for lunch.Primary Content: Combinations that add up to 10Secondary Content: Circle 
May 1
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Great Big Stomping Dinosaur Feet!/Hornucopia Great Big Stomping Dinosaur Feet!Tiny is very worried after she loses Shiny's favorite shiny shell, and enlists Dad and Buddy to help find a new one. Tiny becomes more frantic and stomps around. Then the kids meet Daphne Daspletosaurus who shows the siblings how to make stomping a fun dance instead of an mad romp. HornucopiaAt the Big Pond, Tank introduces the Pteranodon family to his friend, Stacie Styracosaurus, a fellow Ceratopsian with a crown of elaborate horns on her head. Everyone attends Stacie's "Hornucopia" celebration, where she reveals her new big horns and then performs a moonlit shadow show with her Styracosaurus family. 
May 1
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Baby Bear is Afraid of Bees Baby Bear and Abby are near a garden when a bee flies by. Baby Bear is filled with panic because he is afraid of bees! Chris reminds him that they are usually harmless when left alone, but Baby Bear doesn't care; he wants nothing to do with them. Abby suggests granting Baby Bear a wish so that he isn't afraid of bees. Abby points her wand at Baby Bear, but Chris, who is standing close by, also gets hits with her magic. Baby Bear and Chris both turn into bees! Oops! Abby doesn't know how to fix the spell. As Abby calls her mommy to find a solution, the bees put Chris and Baby Bear to work! But they don't understand what they need to do- how do bees help flowers? After talking to a bee, Baby Bear learns that bees are important because they collect pollen and nectar, and help living things grow. Later, Chris and Baby Bear find themselves in a beehive. They learn that bees make wax and honey and that honeycombs are shaped like a hexagon. By the time Baby Bear and Chris return to Sesame Street, Abby has learned how to undo the spell. She waves her magic wand, and Chris and Baby Bear turn back into themselves! In the end, Abby's spell really did work! Baby Bear is no longer afraid of bees. In fact, Baby Bear tells Abby all about how important and incredible bees really are! 
May 1
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
May 1
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Travel Gear Made Easy, Part 1 Organize and tote your valuables for vacation, shopping, and work with quick and classy gear. Nancy's guest, Mary Mulari, has designed unique travel accessories that are clever and trendy. She and Nancy show how to make a roll-up blanket, easy zipper pulls, a roomy fold-up tote, a tray for gathering travel supplies, and much more. Organize your stuff so you can kick back and enjoy the ride! 
May 1
12:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment.  
May 1
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Erika Hayasaki and Dr. Norma Bowe - The Death Class When Dr. Norma Bowe began teaching her course, Death in Perspective, at Kean University little did she realize it would become the most popular class on campus with a three year waiting list. Then, when the award-winning journalist for the L.A. Times Ericka Hayasaki, took this class and spent three years shadowing Dr. Bowe she brought the professors lectures' out of the classroom. With the book, The Death Class, Dr. Bowe and Erika bring these inspiring lessons for us all to learn. 
May 1
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 1
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  In upstate New York, learn about the devastating impact on local farmers by Hurricane Irene and the importance and role of CSAs in helping them weather the storm. Chef Daniel demonstrates how to make some wonderful side dishes with farm-to-table ingredients. Then, ride the river in Peoria, Illinois, to catch the sustainable Asian carp. Back at the Victory Garden, Roger plants eggplant and Chef Marian makes a Chinese cabbage salad. 
May 1
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Cooking for Kids Allen is very passionate about educating children about the importance of where their food comes from. In this episode, he will demonstrate ways to get the kids excited about gardening and offer ways to get them to help in the kitchen. Allen will also share a few garden fresh recipes that kids will actually eat! 
May 1
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Know Your Vegetables We all know we should eat vegetables whenever possible, but it's important to vary the types that we cook. In this episode, Martha shows how to make four tasty dishes using vegetables that may not be in everyone's regular rotation: steamed artichokes with tarragon butter, braised leeks, fried okra and whole roasted garlic. 
May 1
3:30 PM
Nick Stellino Cooking With Friends Danny Bortnick, Green Eggs & Ham Nick Stellino makes Pasta with Ham, Mushrooms, Asparagus and Truffle Oil. Then Chef Danny Bortnick from Firefly in Washington, D.C. conjures up Green Eggs & Ham. 
May 1
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "The Sweetest Cheese" Andreas visits the valley of Gudbrandsdalen, home to the Norwegian delicacy known as brown cheese. Andreas combines this versatile ingredient with roasted goat and a sweet caramel ice cream. 
May 1
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Artcops As Burt visited the museums and galleries that are in his programs, he became aware of the extraordinary amount of great art that had been stolen --- over 6 billion dollars worth each year. This program will tell you about some of the works that are missing, why they are an important part of our history, and what you can do to help find them and earn millions of dollars in reward money. 
May 1
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 1
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 1
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 1
6:57 PM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
May 1
7:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story River of Death Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation does not only free slaves in the rebelling states. It changes the war from one of reunification, to one of ending slavery. The Emancipation Proclamation also gives African Americans freedom to fight. By war's end, some 200,000 will enlist. In truth, Lincoln's proclamation is an empty promise without the power of the United States Army to enforce it. In 1863, Ulysses S. Grant begins a campaign to take Vicksburg, Mississippi, a Confederate citadel overlooking a strategic section of the lower Mississippi River. In May, Grant begins laying siege to the city of 4500. Mary Loughborough is one of the many terrified civilians who have dug caves into the hillsides for protection. Clutching her 2-year old daughter, Mary "endeavored by constant prayer to prepare myself for the sudden death I was almost certain awaited me." On July 4, 1863 - the day after Pickett's disastrous charge at Gettysburg - the Confederates surrender Vicksburg to Grant. With the Mississippi River now under Union control, the campaign moves eastward to Chattanooga, Tennessee, a rail center that Lincoln considers to be as important as the Confederate capital of Richmond. Eight miles south, along the Chickamauga - a creek the Cherokee call "the river of death" - Union and Confederate forces clash in what will become the biggest battle of the Western Theater. 
May 1
8:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story Death Knell of the Confederacy September 19, 1863. The first day of the Battle of Chickamauga ends in a bloody draw. On the next day, the battle is determined by one of the biggest blunders of the Civil War. Miscommunication, confusion, and fatigue with Union General William Rosecrans and his generals have left a gap in the Union line more than a quarter mile wide. James Longstreet's force of 11,000 from the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, pour through the gap and split the Union army in two. Rosecrans and his beaten army escape to Chattanooga. Chickamauga's combined casualties of 34,000 are only topped by the carnage at Gettysburg. In October, Rosecrans is replaced by U.S. Grant, who immediately plans an offensive. In November 1863, Grant routes the Confederate stronghold just outside Chattanooga. As they escape southward into Georgia, a Confederate officer calls the devastating defeat: "the death knell of the Confederacy." 
May 1
9:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story With Malice Toward None In the spring of 1864, General William Tecumseh Sherman's force of 100-thousand men marches from Chattanooga toward Atlanta, Georgia, the industrial hub of the Deep South. Twenty miles north of Atlanta, Sherman's army is soundly defeated at Kennesaw Mountain. Sherman's defeat combined with Grant's stalemate in Virginia, enrages a Northern electorate already weary of war. The presidential election is in November, and Abraham Lincoln's chances for a second term are dwindling by the day. The Democrats nominate George McClellan. The party's platform calls for a negotiated peace with the Confederacy in which slaveholders will be allowed to keep their property. If McClellan is elected, Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation will almost certainly be struck down. Though victorious at Kennesaw Mountain, the outnumbered Confederate Army falls back to a defensive position at Atlanta. After 6 weeks of bloody conflicts around Atlanta, Sherman wires Washington: "Atlanta is ours and fairly won." For the first time in the war, many in the North now believe victory can be achieved. Eight weeks later, the president defeats McClellan in a landslide. After the election, Sherman begins his March to the Sea. The largely unopposed march across Georgia to Savannah is a psychological blow to the Confederacy, and a stunning conclusion to the Western Theater. 
May 1
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 1
10:57 PM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
May 1
11:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story River of Death Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation does not only free slaves in the rebelling states. It changes the war from one of reunification, to one of ending slavery. The Emancipation Proclamation also gives African Americans freedom to fight. By war's end, some 200,000 will enlist. In truth, Lincoln's proclamation is an empty promise without the power of the United States Army to enforce it. In 1863, Ulysses S. Grant begins a campaign to take Vicksburg, Mississippi, a Confederate citadel overlooking a strategic section of the lower Mississippi River. In May, Grant begins laying siege to the city of 4500. Mary Loughborough is one of the many terrified civilians who have dug caves into the hillsides for protection. Clutching her 2-year old daughter, Mary "endeavored by constant prayer to prepare myself for the sudden death I was almost certain awaited me." On July 4, 1863 - the day after Pickett's disastrous charge at Gettysburg - the Confederates surrender Vicksburg to Grant. With the Mississippi River now under Union control, the campaign moves eastward to Chattanooga, Tennessee, a rail center that Lincoln considers to be as important as the Confederate capital of Richmond. Eight miles south, along the Chickamauga - a creek the Cherokee call "the river of death" - Union and Confederate forces clash in what will become the biggest battle of the Western Theater. 
May 2
12:00 AM
Civil War: The Untold Story Death Knell of the Confederacy September 19, 1863. The first day of the Battle of Chickamauga ends in a bloody draw. On the next day, the battle is determined by one of the biggest blunders of the Civil War. Miscommunication, confusion, and fatigue with Union General William Rosecrans and his generals have left a gap in the Union line more than a quarter mile wide. James Longstreet's force of 11,000 from the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, pour through the gap and split the Union army in two. Rosecrans and his beaten army escape to Chattanooga. Chickamauga's combined casualties of 34,000 are only topped by the carnage at Gettysburg. In October, Rosecrans is replaced by U.S. Grant, who immediately plans an offensive. In November 1863, Grant routes the Confederate stronghold just outside Chattanooga. As they escape southward into Georgia, a Confederate officer calls the devastating defeat: "the death knell of the Confederacy." 
May 2
1:00 AM
Civil War: The Untold Story With Malice Toward None In the spring of 1864, General William Tecumseh Sherman's force of 100-thousand men marches from Chattanooga toward Atlanta, Georgia, the industrial hub of the Deep South. Twenty miles north of Atlanta, Sherman's army is soundly defeated at Kennesaw Mountain. Sherman's defeat combined with Grant's stalemate in Virginia, enrages a Northern electorate already weary of war. The presidential election is in November, and Abraham Lincoln's chances for a second term are dwindling by the day. The Democrats nominate George McClellan. The party's platform calls for a negotiated peace with the Confederacy in which slaveholders will be allowed to keep their property. If McClellan is elected, Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation will almost certainly be struck down. Though victorious at Kennesaw Mountain, the outnumbered Confederate Army falls back to a defensive position at Atlanta. After 6 weeks of bloody conflicts around Atlanta, Sherman wires Washington: "Atlanta is ours and fairly won." For the first time in the war, many in the North now believe victory can be achieved. Eight weeks later, the president defeats McClellan in a landslide. After the election, Sherman begins his March to the Sea. The largely unopposed march across Georgia to Savannah is a psychological blow to the Confederacy, and a stunning conclusion to the Western Theater. 
May 2
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Know Your Vegetables We all know we should eat vegetables whenever possible, but it's important to vary the types that we cook. In this episode, Martha shows how to make four tasty dishes using vegetables that may not be in everyone's regular rotation: steamed artichokes with tarragon butter, braised leeks, fried okra and whole roasted garlic. 
May 2
2:30 AM
Nick Stellino Cooking With Friends Danny Bortnick, Green Eggs & Ham Nick Stellino makes Pasta with Ham, Mushrooms, Asparagus and Truffle Oil. Then Chef Danny Bortnick from Firefly in Washington, D.C. conjures up Green Eggs & Ham. 
May 2
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking "The Sweetest Cheese" Andreas visits the valley of Gudbrandsdalen, home to the Norwegian delicacy known as brown cheese. Andreas combines this versatile ingredient with roasted goat and a sweet caramel ice cream. 
May 2
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Artcops As Burt visited the museums and galleries that are in his programs, he became aware of the extraordinary amount of great art that had been stolen --- over 6 billion dollars worth each year. This program will tell you about some of the works that are missing, why they are an important part of our history, and what you can do to help find them and earn millions of dollars in reward money. 
May 2
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
May 2
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Travel Gear Made Easy, Part 1 Organize and tote your valuables for vacation, shopping, and work with quick and classy gear. Nancy's guest, Mary Mulari, has designed unique travel accessories that are clever and trendy. She and Nancy show how to make a roll-up blanket, easy zipper pulls, a roomy fold-up tote, a tray for gathering travel supplies, and much more. Organize your stuff so you can kick back and enjoy the ride! 
May 2
5:00 AM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment.  
May 2
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Erika Hayasaki and Dr. Norma Bowe - The Death Class When Dr. Norma Bowe began teaching her course, Death in Perspective, at Kean University little did she realize it would become the most popular class on campus with a three year waiting list. Then, when the award-winning journalist for the L.A. Times Ericka Hayasaki, took this class and spent three years shadowing Dr. Bowe she brought the professors lectures' out of the classroom. With the book, The Death Class, Dr. Bowe and Erika bring these inspiring lessons for us all to learn. 
May 2
5:56 AM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
May 2
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 2
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 2
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 2
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Mobility and Balance This episode highlights a variety of exercises to improve balance and concludes with stroking. 
May 2
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Flight of the Pollinators When a miniaturized Chris gets covered with pollen and ends up sticking to a bee, he gets carried off into the world of the pollinators. Martin, Aviva, and the team must find Chris in an adventure that uncovers the amazing delivery system of plants and their animal partners.Science Concepts: Plants use animals to help them make their seeds by a process called pollination. They offer animals nectar and other rewards, and when those animals come to get it, the plants secretly attach pollen to them. The animals carry the pollen to the next flower allowing it to create a seed. 
May 2
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George Flies a Kite/From Scratch Curious George Flies a Kite: A gusty morning at the country house leads George to experiment with aerodynamics. In the wind, birds soar, ping-pong balls roll, and bricks don't move at all. But the best thing of all for a windy day is a kite. George, with the not-so-willing assistance of Jumpy Squirrel, discovers the wonders and the perils of kite flying. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To explore how wind makes things move.From Scratch: Gnocchi, the cat, is accused of scratching the booths in Chef Pisghetti's restaurant. To prove Gnocchi's innocence (and eat cannoli), George decides to mount an investigation. Using his scientific inquiry skills, he observes the differences between the scratches Gnocchi makes with her claws and the scratches left on the booth and shows that his friend was wrongfully accused. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To develop skills in problem solving and inquiry. 
May 2
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Blue Feet Are Neat/A Little Reef Magic Blue Feet Are NeatNick and Sally are trying out their new blue rubber boots but they keep getting stuck in the mud! Cat knows just who can help them - Buster, the Blue-footed Booby bird. Buster is only too happy to show them how his wide, flat blue feet help him move easily over the muddy shore. With Cat's help to make their boots wide and flat, Sally and Nick can now walk across the mud without getting stuck - just like Buster!Educational Objective: How the feet of the Blue-Footed Booby bird is adapted to its shore habitat - to walk on muddy shores and dive for fish in the ocean. A Little Reef MagicNick has difficulty learning a "disappearing" magic trick, when who should appear but The Cat in the Hat! He takes Nick and Sally to the coral reef of Scoobamareen. There they learn that distraction is a great way for some sea creatures to hide themselves from other fish who might be looking for a bite to eat. Back at home, Nick and Sally use what they learned to make their stuffed panda disappear!Educational Objective: Reef fish use a variety of physical 'tricks' to discourage predators. 
May 2
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Circus Problem/The Buried Treasure Problem The Circus Problem - The Circus. When Peg and Cat find themselves in the center ring, they climb, swing, swoop and juggle their way over amazing heights and lengths.Primary Content: Measuring height, measuring lengthSecondary Content: Counting by twosThe Buried Treasure Problem - Pirate Island. Peg and Cat measure their way to buried treasure using Cat as a measuring stick!Primary Content: Non-standard units of measurementSecondary Content: Mapping 
May 2
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Elmer Elasmosaurus/Dinosaur Block Party Elmer ElasmosaurusThe Pteranodon family travels on the Dinosaur Train with the Aquacar to an underwater train station to transport Elmer Elasmosaurus back to his home in the ocean. At first Buddy is not enthusiastic about travelling underwater, but quickly becomes a convert when he sees the spectacular sights under the sea.Dinosaur Block PartyThe Pteranodon family hosts a block party to introduce their new neighbors, the Lambeosaurus family, to all the other neighborhood creatures. The different species all join together to fly, dive, fish, race and especially, to rock the block! 
May 2
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Pogo Game Telly trains with a famous pogo coach to help him win at the Pogo Games. He learns that he just needs to believe in himself to do his best.Educational Objective: Self-Regulation 
May 2
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Brunswick's Riverfront The waterfront park in Brunswick, Georgia is where Roger sets up his easel to paint a Victorian style structure. Sarah takes time to learn more about the Liberty Ships that were built in the town during World War II. 
May 2
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Morning Star Host Eleanor Burns teaches her "Quilt in a Day" technique - making some of the most intricate designs simple. Her instructions are balanced with the fundamentals, history, and the traditions of quilting, which she communicates with her fun-loving humor.  
May 2
12:00 PM
Asia Biz Forecast  Using an extensive network of reporters and correspondents from across the region, the fast-paced, magazine-style program ASIA BIZ FORECAST presents the latest in Asia business news and trends. Produced in English and hosted by Shery Ahn.  
May 2
12:30 PM
Asian Voices  Hosted by NHK's senior commentator Aiko Doden, ASIAN VOICES investigates global and regional issues with Asia's top academics, economists and politicians.  
May 2
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 2
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Holy Hipster This episode the short film "Duvid" by Chelsea Rebecca. Pressured by his Satmar Hasidic community to settle down and start a family, Duvid Stern decides to experiment with the world of underground electronic music and psychedelic drugs. 
May 2
2:30 PM
On Story Elements of Great Horror Professional horror writers explore how great drama lies at the core of the most frightening films, and discuss the style and techniques used to invoke fear, suspense and thrills that linger long after the credits roll. Followed by Lynne Vincent McCarthy's STRANGEFACE, a haunting and suspenseful short film about a peculiar and defiant young girl who unexpectedly finds companionship. 
May 2
3:00 PM
Simply Ming  Award-winning chef Ming Tsai offers both the curious beginner and the culinary expert simple solutions for creating easy East-West dishes. Using no more than eight ingredients, Tsai creates a repertoire of flavor-packed sauces, rubs, spices and vinaigrettes that serve as the foundation for quick but delicious dinners. Then, Ming and a diverse line-up of guest chefs transform a handful of fresh ingredients into several dishes. This season, Ming also welcomes culinary luminaries, including Ted Allen, Sara Moulton, Rick Bayless and Mary Ann Esposito. In addition to all-new recipes and wine pairings, Ming visits chefs around the country to explore the cultural inspiration of traditional dishes, and re-inventing them with an East-West twist.  
May 2
3:30 PM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The In a Pickle Brining may seem like a relatively modern technique, but it's centuries, if not millennia, old. In fact, that's the origin of the English word pickle-pockel was the Old English word for brine. Brining has the dual advantages of keeping intrinsically dry foods, like pork chops and chicken breasts, moist on the grill, and it also adds an extra layer of flavor. In this show you'll learn all about brining and marinating, including a wine-brined butterflied leg of lamb, bourbon-brined pork chops, and a "brine" you actually inject into a turkey with a hypodermic needle. Butterflied leg of lamb, Korean-styleBourbon-brined pork chopsFireman's corn, soaked in sugar and salt water and grilledCajun-style smoked turkey 
May 2
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Passport to Sardinia The island of Sardinia is one of Joanne's favorite places. She created a menu to take her student Di there, fregola with clams and tomatoes and a yellow and green bean salad with cherry tomatoes and basil.Recipes: Roasted Olives with Orange, Bay and Fennel, Fregola, Clams and Tomatoes, and Yellow and Green Bean Salad with Cherry Tomatoes and BasilStudent: Di Harris, Retired Nanny 
May 2
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The It's Tofu-licious! After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
May 2
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 2
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 2
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 2
6:57 PM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
May 2
7:00 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane  Colorado has a vibrant arts community that ranges from theater, dance and music, to visual arts, writers, and so much more. While many know when large events come to town, you may not know about the wonderful things being created right here! IN FOCUS WITH EDEN LANE will work to keep you informed, so you can keep it all, in focus.  
May 2
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Perception Unfolds Groundbreaking experimental dancer Deborah Hay blurs the lines between dancer and viewer. With each dance she choreographs, she is challenging the dance world's expectations and assumptions while creating pieces that still enthrall and entertain. Her latest venture, a collaboration with the Blanton Museum of Art called Perception Unfolds: Looking at Deborah Hay's Dance, uses technology to allow viewers to explore movement firsthand and trace the choreographic viewpoint as well as challenging the viewer's perception of dance and space. 
May 2
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As KBDI's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. 
May 2
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
May 2
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company    
May 2
9:30 PM
Well Read  The weekly series WELL READ features lively, engaging conversations about ideas in literature. Host Terry Tazioli introduces the latest books — both fiction and non-fiction — and interviews noted authors about the themes in their latest works. This season features renowned authors Khaled Hosseini (And the Mountains Echoed), Temple Grandin (The Autistic Brain), Susan Orlean (Rin Tin Tin) and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Elizabeth Strout (The Burgess Boys). Following each interview, Seattle Times book editor Mary Ann Gwinn (former vice president of the National Book Critics Circle) joins Tazioli to further explore the literary themes of the week's book and to recommend related authors and other reading material.  
May 2
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 2
10:57 PM
Head On Supreme's & Campaign Finance Limits Supreme's & Campaign Finance LimitsKrista: The Supreme Court recently ruled that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional. Although the cap of $123,200 per election is gone, individual contributions for president or Congress, currently set at $2,600 per election, remains in force. Susan: I went to my bank last week and asked to visit my savings and checking accounts. Although I spent an hour talking to my cash - the bills were unmoved completely . . .mute! Money is not speech. The founding fathers did not envision a set-aside for rich donors. Krista: Just as freedom of the press is exercised through printing presses, cameras, and other things which cost money, so too is freedom of speech. It costs money to buy posters, ads, flyers, mailers, and commercials. We give money to candidates and causes to get the word out. It's our right.Susan: When corporations spend unlimited dollars buying influence - oops I mean bumper stickers - that's not free speech. Nor are anonymous 527 committees or unlimited individual contributions. Money isn't speech. Corporations aren't people. Today's corruption makes Dick Nixon and his bagman -Bebe Rebozo, look like choirboys! 
May 2
11:00 PM
Address; The Ken Burns tells the story of a tiny school in Putney, Vermont, the Greenwood School, where each year the students are encouraged to memorize, practice and recite the Gettysburg Address. In its exploration of Greenwood, whose students, boys ages 11-17, all face a range of complex learning differences, the film also unlocks the history, context and importance of President Lincoln's most powerful address. 
May 3
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
May 3
2:00 AM
Simply Ming  Award-winning chef Ming Tsai offers both the curious beginner and the culinary expert simple solutions for creating easy East-West dishes. Using no more than eight ingredients, Tsai creates a repertoire of flavor-packed sauces, rubs, spices and vinaigrettes that serve as the foundation for quick but delicious dinners. Then, Ming and a diverse line-up of guest chefs transform a handful of fresh ingredients into several dishes. This season, Ming also welcomes culinary luminaries, including Ted Allen, Sara Moulton, Rick Bayless and Mary Ann Esposito. In addition to all-new recipes and wine pairings, Ming visits chefs around the country to explore the cultural inspiration of traditional dishes, and re-inventing them with an East-West twist.  
May 3
2:30 AM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The In a Pickle Brining may seem like a relatively modern technique, but it's centuries, if not millennia, old. In fact, that's the origin of the English word pickle-pockel was the Old English word for brine. Brining has the dual advantages of keeping intrinsically dry foods, like pork chops and chicken breasts, moist on the grill, and it also adds an extra layer of flavor. In this show you'll learn all about brining and marinating, including a wine-brined butterflied leg of lamb, bourbon-brined pork chops, and a "brine" you actually inject into a turkey with a hypodermic needle. Butterflied leg of lamb, Korean-styleBourbon-brined pork chopsFireman's corn, soaked in sugar and salt water and grilledCajun-style smoked turkey 
May 3
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Passport to Sardinia The island of Sardinia is one of Joanne's favorite places. She created a menu to take her student Di there, fregola with clams and tomatoes and a yellow and green bean salad with cherry tomatoes and basil.Recipes: Roasted Olives with Orange, Bay and Fennel, Fregola, Clams and Tomatoes, and Yellow and Green Bean Salad with Cherry Tomatoes and BasilStudent: Di Harris, Retired Nanny 
May 3
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The It's Tofu-licious! After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
May 3
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Brunswick's Riverfront The waterfront park in Brunswick, Georgia is where Roger sets up his easel to paint a Victorian style structure. Sarah takes time to learn more about the Liberty Ships that were built in the town during World War II. 
May 3
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Morning Star Host Eleanor Burns teaches her "Quilt in a Day" technique - making some of the most intricate designs simple. Her instructions are balanced with the fundamentals, history, and the traditions of quilting, which she communicates with her fun-loving humor.  
May 3
5:00 AM
Asia Biz Forecast  Using an extensive network of reporters and correspondents from across the region, the fast-paced, magazine-style program ASIA BIZ FORECAST presents the latest in Asia business news and trends. Produced in English and hosted by Shery Ahn.  
May 3
5:30 AM
Asian Voices  Hosted by NHK's senior commentator Aiko Doden, ASIAN VOICES investigates global and regional issues with Asia's top academics, economists and politicians.  
May 3
6:00 AM
Caillou After Dark! Things get a little scary today. Caillou and his new neighbours, Jason and Jeffery, are playing hide and go seek in the backyard, until dusk brings out the shadows. A flashlight and Mommy help chase the shadows away. That evening, Caillou can't fall asleep when he hears scary "scratchy monster" noises and thinks there's a monster in his room. Daddy shows him that a tree branch brushing against the window is making the noises and the only monster in Caillou's room is Gilbert. Later, a bad dream about a scary monster leads to a restless night for Caillou. Mommy and Daddy help him learn to fall asleep safely in his own bed. And, finally, when Caillou sleeps over at Leo's house for the first time, he has fun until it's time to go to sleep. A phone call to Mommy reminds Caillou that Teddy was looking forward to spending the night. Together they rest easily. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: Children will learn to be comfortable with the dark. Though night time shadows make things look strange and scary and bad dreams sometimes interfere with sleep, reassurances from mummy and daddy and cuddles with favorite stuffed animals will help make everything comfortable and familiar again. Once they're really cozy, children can get a good night's sleep and feel refreshed and rested and raring to go the next day. 
May 3
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Bob's New House When Bob moves his mobile home to Bobland Bay so it can be his site office, Lofty frets about where Bob is going to sleep. His solution is to turn the machine shelter into a makeshift house for Bob, with chaotic results.With his mobile home relocated to Bobland Bay, Bob decides to build his dream house in Sunflower Valley. The machines all have some great design ideas but Bob is having a hard time finding ideas. Eventually he seeks inspiration from his building work in the valley and has a brainwave - a tower looking over everything he's built! 
May 3
7:00 AM
Curious George George's Backwards Flight Plan/Curious George, Hog Trainer Help! Professor Wiseman is set to launch B.I.R.D., her bird migration tracking device, at sunset, but the remote control isn't functioning properly. Up is down. Left is right. Off is on. Can George and Marco master the tricky remote control in time or will this B.I.R.D. be flying North for the winter? / George and Allie are determined to help Howie the Hog win a blue ribbon at the state fair, but the portly pig doesn't like to train for the competition. Once they figure out how to keep Howie clean, George and Allie use their creativity to find ways to keep Howie motivated and cool while exercising. Will Howie be in hog heaven this year and win the blue ribbon? 
May 3
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Sniff and Seek/Aye Aye! Sniff and SeekNick's most favorite smell is chocolate chip cookies! But what is Sally's? She's not sure. What better way to find out than by playing sniff and seek with a skunk! Cat introduces Nick and Sally to Whiffy, and in the adventure of finding Sally's favorite smell they discover how good Whiffy is at protecting himself with his very own special smell.Educational Objective: Skunks spray a strong, unpleasant scent when threatened. Aye Aye!Nick and Sally are making Halloween masks, but they want to make them really scary. Cat takes them to meet Aiya, the Aye Aye, in the forest of Spookywoowoo. Aiya shows them, that even though he may look scary - his big ears, huge eyes and long fingers help him to find food. And now Nick and Sally know just how to make their masks scary!Educational Objective: The Aye Aye may look weird and scary with his big ears, teeth, long finger and kooky eyes, but is a fantastic, fun creature adapted to its environment and nothing to be frightened of. 
May 3
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Messy Room Problem/The Golden Pyramid Problem The Messy Room Problem - Peg's Room. Peg and Cat sort through the mess in Peg's room just in time for company to come over and seeCat's masterpiece, "The Circles".Primary Content: SortingSecondary Content: ShapesThe Golden Pyramid Problem - Magical Forest. Peg the Bold and Brave Sir Cat, Knights of the Round Table, search far and wide to retrieve theMermaid's golden pyramids.Primary Content: Solid shapesSecondary Content: Counting by twos 
May 3
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Buck-Tooth Bucky/Tiny's Tiny Friend Buck-Tooth BuckyDon finds a mystery tooth in Dad's old tooth collection, and the Pteranodon family goes on a fun investigation. They discover the tooth belongs to a dinosaur called Masiakasaurus, a creature with buck-teeth, The kids find out that their new buck-tooth friend has something unusual -- two different kinds of teeth in his mouth! Tiny's Tiny Friend Tiny gets upset when she finds a miniature mammal named Cindy Cimolestes has moved into her "Tiny Place," a hole in a tree near the family nest. Buddy ends up using his sharp eyes to help Cindy find a new home that more perfectly fits her small size 
May 3
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Sounds and Smells O the IndignityGordon is horrified when Sir Topham Hatt announces that he is to take charge of Whiff's Waste Dump for the day. Gordon arrives at the Waste Dump and decides that the only thing for him to do is to hide when other engines arrive at the dump. Gordon just cannot be seen at such a smelly place! As the day progresses, Gordon hides from Spencer, Diesel and Thomas. As Gordon hides from each engine, the waste trucks get higher and higher and Whiff's Waste Dump becomes smellier and smellier. Sir Topham Hatt arrives with Whiff to a state of chaos. What Gordon didn't know is that the Island Inspector is arriving to view the Waste Dump. Gordon realizes he has been a silly engine! He gets straight to work to clean up the mess, and with Whiff's help, everything is clean and tidy for the Inspector's visit.Pop Goes ThomasThomas has to take crates of lemonade to the children's picnic. He goes over bumpy track and a cork pops. Thomas doesn't know what the sound is, only that he likes it. To make it happen again, he goes over more and more bumpy track. All the corks pop, wreaking havoc! Mr. Bubbles the Clown is delayed, the picnic cakes are spoiled, and James has a bump. When Thomas realizes what he has done, he goes back for more lemonade, stopping on the way to pick up more cakes and Mr. Bubbles. He arrives back at the picnic just in time to the cheers of the children.Educational Objective: Identifying senses, particularly the sense of smell and sound 
May 3
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina and Alice's Big Night / Angelina and the Giant Angelina and Alice's Big NightAngelina is excited about performing in a recital with her class at Camembert and wants Alice to attend as her special guest - but Alice has an ice skating event at the ice rink on the very same night, and she wants Angelina to come to her performance as her special guest! They struggle with the dilemma and ultimately find a way to rush back and forth between the two events. After their success, they discover they have even more to celebrate - Alice will be attending Camembert Academy, and the girls will be classmates once again! Educational Objectives: • To introduce ice skating moves• To compare and contrast ballet and ice skating Angelina and the GiantAngelina and Alice have been given the task of designing the giant prop for Jackie and the Beanstalk. Angelina gets a bit carried away trying to make the biggest and best prop ever. But her plans and the "Giant" come crashing to the ground! When she clears up the mess, she discovers a much simpler and more effective way of making a big impact - and learns that mistakes often lead to creative solutions. Educational Objectives: • To illustrate the concept that music can help portray characters in stories• To introduce musical elements such as higher/lower, faster/slower, and heavier/lighter Camembert's Shining Stars (Live-Action Segment)Students from Ballet Hispanico demonstrate a couple of simple dance steps, then perform a routine that combines hip hop and Latin dance moves. 
May 3
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel Shares His Tigertastic Car/Katerina Shares Her Tutu Daniel Shares his Tigertastic Car- Daniel and his friends are playing together in the park. Daniel has a new toy car and struggles to share it with the others. In the end, Daniel learns that sharing is easy when he knows he will get his special toy back. Katerina Shares her Tutu- Daniel is playing at Katerina's house and they decide to perform a Jungle Dance show. Daniel wants to be a lion, while Katerina decides to be a dancing flower, but both need the same tutu for their costume. Luckily, with Henrietta's help they find a way to share the tutu and perform a grr-ific Jungle Dance show!This episode deals with sharing and offers the strategy- You can take a turn, and then I'll get it back 
May 3
10:30 AM
Super Why! Thumbelina Where is Pig's beloved stuffed hippo? He's looked high and low but Henry Hippo is nowhere to be found! The Super Readers shrink down to the size of ants and join teeny tiny Thumbelina on her GREAT BIG adventure to find her missing brother. They assist Thumbelina in her mission and Pig gets a helping hand along the way.Educational Objectives: To learn that you don't have to do things alone, explore the alphabet, practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to change the story. 
May 3
11:00 AM
Aviators, The  Start up and Run Up: Sara and Anthony run the checklists with us as we look at all the steps pilots take on the ground to make sure things go as planned in the air.Weather Makers: Anyone can predict the weather, but this team of rugged North Dakota cowboys actually tames Mother Nature and makes it!Aerostars: A precision aerobatic team that flies Yak 52s while performing a captivating aerial show in tight formation at air shows all over North America. 
May 3
11:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Jordan: Petra, Royal Stables & Dead Sea This episode highlights some of the best of classic Jordan, including Petra, Aqaba, Wadi Mujib and the Dead Sea. Darley begins with a visit to the magical city of Petra, where she and her local guide Ibrahim explore by camel, foot and horseback, riding in the lesser-visited suburb of Little Petra and passing through the siq to catch the Treasury, made famous in the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in the morning light. Darley learns about the local legends surrounding the Treasury and its contents, as she rides a camel by the Treasury. Next, Darley meets a longtime Petra resident, Marguerite van Geldermalsen. A New Zealander who fell in love with a Bedouin and lived in a cave in Petra for over 20 years, Marguerite shares her unique insight on Petra and Bedouin culture from the eyes of an outsider/ From Petra, Darley travels the Dead Sea Highway to the Dead Sea, where she floats in the mineral-rich waters at the lowest point on earth. Darley hikes Wadi Mujib, a huge water-filled canyon known to adventure travelers as an ultimate hike. Within Wadi Mujib, Darley is challenged to rappel down a waterfall, scale rocks and float through the canyon's corridors. Next, Darley heads to the desert, where she camps with local Bedouins and explores the stunning canyons, dunes and petroglyphs of Wadi Rum on Arabian horses. On a break from the desert, Darley travels to the Gulf of Aqaba, bordered by Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to snorkel above Aqaba's colorful reef. 
May 3
12:00 PM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles.  
May 3
12:30 PM
Autoline Shaving Weight: The Secrets of Lightweighting AUTOLINE is dedicated to reporting on, discussing and dissecting the inner workings of the auto industry and the products that it makes. Our website has several channels that carry our different programs, blog, and other information resources. AUTOLINE is often the first stop for auto executives, industry insiders, and consumers looking for the latest news about cars and the industry. Host John McElroy. "Autoline This Week" is an Emmy award-winning weekly half-hour talk show featuring top automotive executives and journalists from around the globe. The show focuses on topics that drive the industry and the men and women behind the wheel. John McElroy is the host of this television show as well as "Autoline Daily" the first industry webcast of industry news and analysis. McElroy also broadcasts five radio segments daily on WWJ Newsradio 950, the CBS affiliate in Detroit as well as a weekly blog for Autoblog.com and a monthly op-ed article for Ward's AutoWorld.Autoline has won numerous awards for over the years. In addition to our Emmy Autoline was awarded the International Wheels Awards for a documentary on "The Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise" as well as awards for "Challenge Bibendum" and "A Car Is Born."You can find more about Autoline, its network of programming as well as John McElroy himself at www.autoline.tv 
May 3
1:00 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Artcops As Burt visited the museums and galleries that are in his programs, he became aware of the extraordinary amount of great art that had been stolen --- over 6 billion dollars worth each year. This program will tell you about some of the works that are missing, why they are an important part of our history, and what you can do to help find them and earn millions of dollars in reward money. 
May 3
1:30 PM
Art Wolfe's Travels To The Edge Patagonia: Torres del Paine Torres del Paine National Park in the far southern Andes of Patagonia is remote and challenging. For adventurers it's the "edge" destination. Art's images tell a story of nature at its wildest - of a place where jagged peaks scrape the sky, icebergs catch the light, guanacos watch for pumas and Andean condors rule the skies. 
May 3
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Rwanda -- In Search of Chimpanzees Rwanda -- In Search of ChimpanzeesJoseph continues his Rwanda adventure and turns his attention to the region's other primate populations. Chimpanzee, Olive Baboons, Mona, Blue and Black and White Colobus Monkeys are just a few of the thirteen primate species that populate the Nyungwe National Park. The rest of the area's flora and fauna is equally impressive with more than 140 orchid species and 275 bird species, dozens of them found only in the highlands of Central Africa. In addition to the wildlife wonders, Joseph has personal encounters in the local Banda (thatched-hut) communities and meets the reclusive and vanishing Batwa people. In Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, Joseph highlights the 1994 Rwanda genocide and the efforts that the country has made to overcome its past at the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre. 
May 3
2:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING takes viewers on a culinary journey with host Pete Evans, Australia's top celebrity chef, and the most innovative food artisans across the United States. Each of the 13 half-hour episodes features a pop-up feast in settings from California's wine country to the bustling skyline of NYC, where Pete and local chefs source the finest ingredients and work against the clock to prepare a multi-course menu for a ravenous group of foodies.  
May 3
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World Thailand, Andaman Islands Some of the world's most beautiful waters and beaches await visitors to southern Thailand, where the names of Andaman Coast towns such as Phuket are well known to backpackers and sun seekers. But there's more to this 16-million-year-old ecosystem than just golf and sunbathing. Dramatic limestone cliffs and rock formations jut from translucent waters of Phang-nga Bay; join Rudy as he paddles through hidden entrances of small islands to find mangroves few people ever see. Meet locals in a seaside village devastated by the recent tsunami as they struggle to rebuild by offering sustainable tourism and home stays to visitors. 
May 3
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Scotland's Islands and Highlands In Scotland, legends of Bonnie Prince Charlie swirl with pipers and kilts around crumbling castles. After tossing a caber (log) at a Scottish clan gathering, we remember Highland massacres. We play hide-and-seek with the Loch Ness Monster, tour a whiskey distillery, and take a ferry to sacred Iona. 
May 3
4:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story Bloody Shiloh With the 1860 election of anti-slavery candidate Abraham Lincoln, thirteen states from the South secede and form the Confederate States of America. Union military leaders, along with Lincoln himself, realize that ending the rebellion rests on controlling the Mississippi River. In February 1862, Union forces, led by an obscure general named Ulysses S. Grant, establish a foothold in southern Tennessee near a simple log structure known as "Shiloh Church." On April 6, 1862, a Confederate force of over 40-thousand, led by General Albert Sidney Johnston, launch a surprise attack on Grant. The fighting in the hellish terrain surrounding Shiloh is some of the most brutal of the entire war. By day's end, victory is in sight for the attacking Confederates. But Johnston has been struck in the leg by a bullet, and bleeds to death in 20 minutes. The death of Johnston is a harbinger of a great change that will soon sweep over "Bloody Shiloh." 
May 3
5:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story A Beacon of Hope In the disaster at Shiloh, Union General Ulysses S. Grant sees victory. On the night of April 6, 1862, Grant's beleaguered army along the Tennessee River is reinforced. The next morning, Grant's counterattack leads to victory. The defeated Confederate force of 40-thousand retreats south to Corinth, Mississippi. At Shiloh, the Confederates lose arguably their best opportunity to change the outcome of the war. The shocking combined casualties of 24-thousand men is more than in all the wars fought to that date in the United States. Many of the nearly 4 million slaves across the South see the war as an opportunity to seize their own destiny. Thousands of escaping slaves, dubbed 'contrabands', seek refuge with Union forces advancing into the South. At Corinth, Mississippi, the Union army sets up a 'contraband camp.' The former slaves begin building a community that includes a school, hospital, and church. As thousands of slaves flee northward, the question asked all over America is this: are they still slaves or are they now free? In a cottage overlooking Washington DC, Abraham Lincoln begins drafting a "proclamation" whose message will boldly answer that question. 
May 3
6:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story River of Death Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation does not only free slaves in the rebelling states. It changes the war from one of reunification, to one of ending slavery. The Emancipation Proclamation also gives African Americans freedom to fight. By war's end, some 200,000 will enlist. In truth, Lincoln's proclamation is an empty promise without the power of the United States Army to enforce it. In 1863, Ulysses S. Grant begins a campaign to take Vicksburg, Mississippi, a Confederate citadel overlooking a strategic section of the lower Mississippi River. In May, Grant begins laying siege to the city of 4500. Mary Loughborough is one of the many terrified civilians who have dug caves into the hillsides for protection. Clutching her 2-year old daughter, Mary "endeavored by constant prayer to prepare myself for the sudden death I was almost certain awaited me." On July 4, 1863 - the day after Pickett's disastrous charge at Gettysburg - the Confederates surrender Vicksburg to Grant. With the Mississippi River now under Union control, the campaign moves eastward to Chattanooga, Tennessee, a rail center that Lincoln considers to be as important as the Confederate capital of Richmond. Eight miles south, along the Chickamauga - a creek the Cherokee call "the river of death" - Union and Confederate forces clash in what will become the biggest battle of the Western Theater. 
May 3
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Emeli Sande/Michael Kiwanuka The best in British pop comes to ACL with Emeli Sandé and Michael Kiwanuka. Scotswoman Sandé performs hits from her LP Our Version of Events, while Kiwanuka plays tunes from his debut LP Home Again. 
May 3
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Imagine Dragons The historic Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles hosted a performance by this year's biggest breakout rock band, Imagine Dragons, for an explosive episode of "Live from the Artists Den." Powered by the intense and athletic stage presence of lead singer Dan Reynolds, the Las Vegas-based band tore through a set full of its dance-inflected, percussion-heavy rock anthems, including the smash singles "It's Time" and "Radioactive."Song List1. Round And Round2. Amsterdam3. Tiptoe4. Hear Me5. Cha-Ching (Till We Grow Older)6. Rocks7. Demons8. Radioactive9. On Top Of The World10. It's TimeRecorded June 4, 2013, Wilshire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 
May 3
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th TBD Spread the holiday cheer and catch up on the most hilarious moments of Season 2! 
May 3
9:30 PM
Sounds on 29th TBD Spread the holiday cheer and catch up on the most hilarious moments of Season 2! 
May 3
10:00 PM
Independent Lens Brothers Hypnotic Not-always-willing subjects of a utopian family experiment, the eight men of the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble were forged into a band as kids by their father, jazz maverick Phil Cohran. Now making their way on the streets and in the music business, they test their father's ideals against their own brotherly vision. By Reuben Atlas. 
May 3
11:00 PM
POV High Tech, Low Life Trail two of China's first citizen-reporters as they document the underside of the country's rapid economic development. A search for truth and fame inspires young vegetable seller "Zola" to report on censored news stories from the cities, while retired businessman "Tiger Temple" makes sense of the past by chronicling the struggles of rural villagers. Land grabs, pollution, rising poverty, local corruption and the growing willingness of ordinary people to speak out are grist for these two bloggers who navigate China's evolving censorship regulations and challenge the boundaries of free speech. 
May 4
12:30 AM
Driven to Ride Since the 1870's women have been DRIVEN TO RIDE...Two-wheeled vehicles gave women a first real taste of the wild thrill found in unfettered mobility. Victorian Age corsets and billowing skirts were set aside as riding unleashed the power hidden within and the freedom to give that power pursuit. Women continue to shape and push the boundaries of two-wheeled freedom. The call of the road stirs in their blood, a call they answer down a thousand Interstates, and black-tops, and dusty country roads. Highways and byways that sail past in the raw sweep of wide-open spaces. Women climb aboard and tear off — embracing the wild exhilaration of acceleration...Driven to Ride. 
May 4
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th TBD Spread the holiday cheer and catch up on the most hilarious moments of Season 2! 
May 4
1:30 AM
Sounds on 29th TBD Spread the holiday cheer and catch up on the most hilarious moments of Season 2! 
May 4
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Emeli Sande/Michael Kiwanuka The best in British pop comes to ACL with Emeli Sandé and Michael Kiwanuka. Scotswoman Sandé performs hits from her LP Our Version of Events, while Kiwanuka plays tunes from his debut LP Home Again. 
May 4
3:00 AM
Elderly Instruments: All Things Strings Loved around the world as a source for the best in stringed instruments, Lansing Michigan's Elderly Instruments is All Things Strings. Musicians from Elvis Costello, Vince Gill, REM, and REO to the local beginner seek out the Washington Street store either online or in person. There you encounter the best in musical instruments and a staff of terrific musicians who welcome you as if you had "walked into their living rom." "It's the guitar center of the universe", and "anyone and their brother" can pick up an expensive instrument and play it. No glass cases, no one looming over our shoulder, and you don't need to ask - just pick it up and play.All Things Strings is wall to wall music, from folk to rock to bluegrass to country and western. The camera takes you behind the scenes with the quirky and knowledgeable staff, into workshops with guest musicians, and into the funky office and mind of Stan Werbin, co-founder and owner, and the source of the spirit and magic of Elderly. 
May 4
4:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Imagine Dragons The historic Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles hosted a performance by this year's biggest breakout rock band, Imagine Dragons, for an explosive episode of "Live from the Artists Den." Powered by the intense and athletic stage presence of lead singer Dan Reynolds, the Las Vegas-based band tore through a set full of its dance-inflected, percussion-heavy rock anthems, including the smash singles "It's Time" and "Radioactive."Song List1. Round And Round2. Amsterdam3. Tiptoe4. Hear Me5. Cha-Ching (Till We Grow Older)6. Rocks7. Demons8. Radioactive9. On Top Of The World10. It's TimeRecorded June 4, 2013, Wilshire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 
May 4
5:00 AM
Austin City Limits Emeli Sande/Michael Kiwanuka The best in British pop comes to ACL with Emeli Sandé and Michael Kiwanuka. Scotswoman Sandé performs hits from her LP Our Version of Events, while Kiwanuka plays tunes from his debut LP Home Again. 
May 4
6:00 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
May 4
6:30 AM
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY provides insightful coverage of the rich world of religion and ethics news - offering meaningful and compelling features and profiles of the people, trends, values and spiritual life that exist behind the headlines. Through live reports from the show's studios in Washington, DC, and taped reports from the field, the program offers a mix of top news and important stories affecting the world's broad religious landscape, as well as the challenges raised by difficult ethical issues. Newsmakers, scholars and historians offer perspectives and analysis of significant events affecting the faith community, while personal profiles explore the different ways people express their faith.  
May 4
7:00 AM
Mass For Shut-ins  This televised Catholic mass enables the elderly, homebound and physically ailing to get the word of God.  
May 4
7:30 AM
Misa Dominical en Español  Misa Dominical en Español  
May 4
8:00 AM
CEM: The New Health Conversation Why Silver is the Most Hidden Resource in Medicine, Part 2 In this episode of The New Health Conversation-TV, Peter Greenlaw-Author and Coach Steve Toth-Moderator are having a dialogue with our guest Dr. Gordon Pedersen about Why Silver is the Most Hidden Resource in Medicine. He is the nation's foremost and leading expert on Silver. About Dr. Gordon Pedersen: he is a clinical researcher with a PHD in Toxicology , Board Certified in Anti-Aging and Rehabilitative Medicine, certified in Naturapathic medicine , and is certified as a wound care specialist and member of the special operations medical association ( the military's best) to discuss the mystery, history, controversy and interest involved in the use of Silver today. He has published the cure for Malaria and in Silver's future potential role in medicine to eradicate life threatening infectious diseases such as MRSA ( Methicillin Resistant Staph Aureus) Cervical Cancer caused by ,Papilloma Virus, and the leading cause of death in Africa ( his passion) Malaria. Find out why Silver is Medicine's most hidden resource, Part 2 of 2. 
May 4
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train An Armored Tail Tale/Pterasaur Flying Club An Armored Tail TaleThe Pteranodons tag along as Hank Ankylosaurus goes out to scout a Dinoball talent named Eugene Euoplocephalus. The kids see that Eugene is a smaller version of Hank, an armored dinosaur with a tail-club! Hank and Eugene really hit it off, and after they all play Dinoball, Eugene's invited to play on Hank's pro team!Pterosaur Flying Club Tiny and Shiny practice their swoop-de-loops and other flying moves in anticipation of their play-date with fellow Pterosaurs Petey Peteinosaurus and Quincy Quetzalcoatlus. With Buddy helping with the choreography, the Pterosaur Flying Club puts on a flying show! 
May 4
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Prince Wednesday Goes to the Potty/Daniel Goes to the Potty Prince Wednesday Goes to the Potty- Prince Wednesday is in the block corner at school building the 'tallest tower in the world!' Even though he needs to go to the bathroom, he doesn't want to stop what he is doing. He learns how important it is to stop and go right away. Daniel Goes to the Potty- Dad's trumpet is broken, so he takes Daniel along to Music Man Stan's Shop to get it fixed. While at the shop, Daniel needs to use the bathroom but thinks he will have to wait until they go home. Music Man Stan explains that everyone goes to the bathroom, and Daniel learns that he can use the bathroom there - or anywhere else in the neighborhood!This episode deals with toilet training and offers the strategy- When you have to go potty, STOP... and go right away. Flush, wash...and be on your way! 
May 4
9:30 AM
Super Why! Goldilocks and the Three Bears: The Mystery There's a mystery in Storybrook Village - the case of the broken guitar strings! Jack thinks Whyatt is the culprit, but he knows he's innocent! The Super Readers fly into the tale of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and meet up with Goldilocks, who is just as determined to prove that she didn't make the mess in the Three Bears' house! What will it take for Goldilocks, and Whyatt, to convince everyone they're telling the truth?Educational Objectives: To learn strategies for convincing someone, explore the practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to change the story. 
May 4
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Shadow Smile! After looking at his own shadow, Sid wonders why his shadow doesn't smile when he does. This leads Sid and his friends to investigate shadows at The Science Center. They explore ways to create a shadow by blocking a light source and discover that shadows show shapes but not details like colors, stripes, or a smile! (Educational objective - Shadows) 
May 4
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts Masked Bandits The Wild Kratts team starts to notice strange things happening in the Tortuga HQ. Jimmy is sure there is a ghost living with them, but they soon discover it's a raccoon family causing all the trouble.Science Concepts: Animals live around us every day. With our ever growing population some of them are forced to share living spaces with us. Humans actually provide protection from predators and/or food, which are some reasons smaller animals gravitate toward human homes. 
May 4
11:00 AM
Arthur Speak Up Francine/Waiting for Snow Speak Up, Francine! - The local creek is polluted! The culprit: pesticide run-off from neighborhood lawns. Francine is determined to get the word out at the annual Earth Day rally. But will a crippling fear of public speaking derail this aspiring environmental activist? Educational Objective: Francine learns that when you are passionate and believe in yourself, you can conquer your fears. Waiting for Snow - Ladonna can't wait to experience her first blizzard. Skiing, sledding...SNOW DAYS!! If only the weather would cooperate. Can Arthur and Buster help make her snowy dreams a reality?Educational Objective: Ladonna learns the value of patience. 
May 4
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks Martha and the Canine Caper/ Perfectly Martha Martha and the Canine CaperMartha inadvertently helps some stray dogs rob Karl the butcher. Worried that she'll get blamed for the crime, she conceals the evidence and pretends nothing happened. When the canine criminals recruit her for another heist, she's torn between the truth and a really big salami. Vocabulary(E) distressed, blame, confess, conceal(ing), shame(I) rob, crime, punish, suspect, honest, hurtPerfectly Martha* (*book based)Martha thinks there's something fishy about the Perfect Pup Institute. Why are all these dogs behaving so, well, perfectly? Martha is determined to uncover the secret, before any more dogs lose their essential dogginess. Will she succeed or will she become a perfect pup too?Vocabulary(E) train, imperfect, obedient, disobedient, misbehave(I) wild, good, bad, sneaky, secret 
May 4
12:00 PM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project Italianate Renaissance Arlington Italianate Project finale: Landscape designer Cricket Beauregard completes the exterior with a pair of classically inspired urns. Tom details how he modified the master bath to accommodate a steam shower. Malcolm and Richard check out the newly finished basement spaces. Heather shows Norm the finished bedrooms, baths and laundry spaces. Designer Christine Tuttle shows Kevin the décor choices that give the home a period inspired but unfussy feel. The whole group gathers in the new eat-in kitchen to celebrate the renaissance of this Italianate home. 
May 4
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  All about kitchen renovations: Tom and Kevin help a homeowner install new cabinets; Richard shows many options for countertops; and Kevin visits the Cleveland home and restaurant kitchens of Chef Michael Symon for ideas and inspiration. 
May 4
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Mechanicals Learn about the critical steps in saving energy with a new home's mechanical systems. 
May 4
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  Whether it is an individual tackling an unloved patch of ground or a whole town restoring community gardens, these gardens provide inspiration and enthusiasm. You'll be surprised at the different gardening initiatives. We were. Join us as we GardenSMART in Florida. 
May 4
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  This week, take a trip to Vermont to meet people involved with sustainable farming and see the foods they produce. In San Francisco, three local farms combine the foods they produce for one amazing restaurant meal to celebrate their hard work and support of local agriculture. In the Victory Garden, Roger explains how to grow butternut squash, and Chef Marian makes cilantro and mango chutney. 
May 4
2:30 PM
Dig In  Each week Dig In shot on location in Denver offers gardening and cooking techniques. Luan Akin from Tagawa's and Chef Mick share great gift ideas for your culinary friends  
May 4
3:00 PM
Growing Bolder Still Having Fun Orleans: They're Still Having FunThink you know music? Who sang "Still the One," "Dance With Me" and "Love Takes Time?" Orleans was the band, but who was the singer? Leave it to Growing Bolder to introduce you to one of the most recognized voices but least-known names in music.In for the Long HaulSiphiwe Baleka is a one-of-a-kind Yale graduating, globetrotting, God-fearing, truck-driving, fast-swimming family man. And he's got a new mission -- to help long-haul truckers everywhere improve their health, fitness and quality of life.Conversations of a LifetimeWe all have a tale to tell, and that's the premise of NPR's Story Corps. We take you inside an amped up Airstream that's a one-of-a-kind time capsule and it's helping people across the U.S. leave a priceless legacy for future generations. 
May 4
3:30 PM
My Generation Better Safe Then Sorry Is Big Brother Watching you? Rate your doctor on-line. Avoid "work from home" scams. Actor Dennis Quaid works to curb medical mistakes. Celebrity chef Guy Fieri has creative ways to satisfy your cravings without tipping the scales. 
May 4
4:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story Death Knell of the Confederacy September 19, 1863. The first day of the Battle of Chickamauga ends in a bloody draw. On the next day, the battle is determined by one of the biggest blunders of the Civil War. Miscommunication, confusion, and fatigue with Union General William Rosecrans and his generals have left a gap in the Union line more than a quarter mile wide. James Longstreet's force of 11,000 from the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, pour through the gap and split the Union army in two. Rosecrans and his beaten army escape to Chattanooga. Chickamauga's combined casualties of 34,000 are only topped by the carnage at Gettysburg. In October, Rosecrans is replaced by U.S. Grant, who immediately plans an offensive. In November 1863, Grant routes the Confederate stronghold just outside Chattanooga. As they escape southward into Georgia, a Confederate officer calls the devastating defeat: "the death knell of the Confederacy." 
May 4
5:00 PM
Civil War: The Untold Story With Malice Toward None In the spring of 1864, General William Tecumseh Sherman's force of 100-thousand men marches from Chattanooga toward Atlanta, Georgia, the industrial hub of the Deep South. Twenty miles north of Atlanta, Sherman's army is soundly defeated at Kennesaw Mountain. Sherman's defeat combined with Grant's stalemate in Virginia, enrages a Northern electorate already weary of war. The presidential election is in November, and Abraham Lincoln's chances for a second term are dwindling by the day. The Democrats nominate George McClellan. The party's platform calls for a negotiated peace with the Confederacy in which slaveholders will be allowed to keep their property. If McClellan is elected, Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation will almost certainly be struck down. Though victorious at Kennesaw Mountain, the outnumbered Confederate Army falls back to a defensive position at Atlanta. After 6 weeks of bloody conflicts around Atlanta, Sherman wires Washington: "Atlanta is ours and fairly won." For the first time in the war, many in the North now believe victory can be achieved. Eight weeks later, the president defeats McClellan in a landslide. After the election, Sherman begins his March to the Sea. The largely unopposed march across Georgia to Savannah is a psychological blow to the Confederacy, and a stunning conclusion to the Western Theater. 
May 4
6:00 PM
Chef Driven Liquid Bread Frank Bonanno visits with Tony Simmons, president and head brewer at Pagosa Brewing in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Green Russell bartender Adam Hodak demonstrates the "Beer" cocktail, and Bonanno tours the Grateful Bread Company in Golden, Colorado with the bakery's CEO and head baker Jeff Cleary. Bonanno and Cleary then judge a sandwich contest between the Bonanno Concepts executive chefs. Later in the episode, Bonanno spends a little quality time in the kitchen with his youngest son Marco to make fish and chips for lunch. 
May 4
6:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Leftovers This episode aims to prove that nasty bits have been given a bad rap and deserve to be on the kitchen table along with meatloaf and mashed potatoes. In the kitchen, April cooks faggots, bubble and squeak and pig parts; Fergus Henderson works his offal magic on kidneys. 
May 4
7:00 PM
Independent Lens The Trials of Muhammad Ali This documentary covers Muhammad Ali's toughest bout, his battle to overturn his five-year prison sentence for refusing U.S. military service. The film traces a formative period in Ali's life, one unknown to young people and neglected by those who remember him as a boxer but overlook how controversial he was when he first took center stage. Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali and found himself in the crosshairs of conflicts concerning civil rights, religion and wartime dissent. This film zeroes in on the years 1967 to 1970, when Ali lived in exile within the U.S., stripped of his heavyweight belt and banned from boxing, sacrificing fame and fortune on principle. 
May 4
8:30 PM
POV Neurotypical Explore autism from the point of view of autistic people themselves. Four-year-old Violet, teenaged Nicholas and adult Paula occupy different positions on the autism spectrum, but they are all at pivotal moments in their lives. How they and the people around them work out their perceptual and behavioral differences becomes a remarkable reflection of the "neurotypical" world — the world of the non-autistic — revealing inventive adaptations on each side and an emerging critique of both what it means to be normal and what it means to be human. By Adam Larsen. 
May 4
9:30 PM
Film School Shorts Holy Hipster This episode the short film "Duvid" by Chelsea Rebecca. Pressured by his Satmar Hasidic community to settle down and start a family, Duvid Stern decides to experiment with the world of underground electronic music and psychedelic drugs. 
May 4
10:00 PM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
May 4
11:00 PM
Chef Driven Liquid Bread Frank Bonanno visits with Tony Simmons, president and head brewer at Pagosa Brewing in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Green Russell bartender Adam Hodak demonstrates the "Beer" cocktail, and Bonanno tours the Grateful Bread Company in Golden, Colorado with the bakery's CEO and head baker Jeff Cleary. Bonanno and Cleary then judge a sandwich contest between the Bonanno Concepts executive chefs. Later in the episode, Bonanno spends a little quality time in the kitchen with his youngest son Marco to make fish and chips for lunch. 
May 4
11:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Leftovers This episode aims to prove that nasty bits have been given a bad rap and deserve to be on the kitchen table along with meatloaf and mashed potatoes. In the kitchen, April cooks faggots, bubble and squeak and pig parts; Fergus Henderson works his offal magic on kidneys. 
May 5
12:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project Italianate Renaissance Arlington Italianate Project finale: Landscape designer Cricket Beauregard completes the exterior with a pair of classically inspired urns. Tom details how he modified the master bath to accommodate a steam shower. Malcolm and Richard check out the newly finished basement spaces. Heather shows Norm the finished bedrooms, baths and laundry spaces. Designer Christine Tuttle shows Kevin the décor choices that give the home a period inspired but unfussy feel. The whole group gathers in the new eat-in kitchen to celebrate the renaissance of this Italianate home. 
May 5
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  All about kitchen renovations: Tom and Kevin help a homeowner install new cabinets; Richard shows many options for countertops; and Kevin visits the Cleveland home and restaurant kitchens of Chef Michael Symon for ideas and inspiration. 
May 5
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Mechanicals Learn about the critical steps in saving energy with a new home's mechanical systems. 
May 5
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  Whether it is an individual tackling an unloved patch of ground or a whole town restoring community gardens, these gardens provide inspiration and enthusiasm. You'll be surprised at the different gardening initiatives. We were. Join us as we GardenSMART in Florida. 
May 5
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  This week, take a trip to Vermont to meet people involved with sustainable farming and see the foods they produce. In San Francisco, three local farms combine the foods they produce for one amazing restaurant meal to celebrate their hard work and support of local agriculture. In the Victory Garden, Roger explains how to grow butternut squash, and Chef Marian makes cilantro and mango chutney. 
May 5
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Native American Longbow, arrows & tools Some possessions are passed from generation to generation and are needed for survival. This longbow design was made of special unusually strong native woods. Learn the secret that made these one of America's most sought after items around the world. 
May 5
3:00 AM
Inside E Street The Future of Home Sweet Home: Part I Guests:Ellen Dunham-Jones, Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at Georgia Tech and co-author of "Retrofitting Suburbia" Parris Glendening, Former Governor of Maryland and President of Smart Growth America's Leadership InstituteJohn Salmen, Architect and Accessibility SpecialistMoving to warmer climates and a slower pace of life was once the norm when it came to retirement. Since the 1990s, however, close to 90 percent of older Americans have decided to stay in the same county they've been living in, if not in the very same home. A willingness to stay close to family and friends has led many seniors to consider "aging-in-place." In the first part of our, "The Future of Home Sweet Home" series; we take a look at the issue of housing. With many people residing in single family homes in suburbia, there is now a challenge to meet the needs of an aging population. 
May 5
3:30 AM
My Generation Better Safe Then Sorry Is Big Brother Watching you? Rate your doctor on-line. Avoid "work from home" scams. Actor Dennis Quaid works to curb medical mistakes. Celebrity chef Guy Fieri has creative ways to satisfy your cravings without tipping the scales. 
May 5
4:00 AM
Tracks Ahead ChiTown Union Station Visit one of the largest two rail o gauge layouts in the country; step back to 1882, when the Denver, South Park and Rio Grande railroad was still under construction; visit the railroad that originally took the industrial age millionaires to their summer mansions; and Tracks Ahead explores how some rail travelers go in style. 
May 5
4:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Jordan: Petra, Royal Stables & Dead Sea This episode highlights some of the best of classic Jordan, including Petra, Aqaba, Wadi Mujib and the Dead Sea. Darley begins with a visit to the magical city of Petra, where she and her local guide Ibrahim explore by camel, foot and horseback, riding in the lesser-visited suburb of Little Petra and passing through the siq to catch the Treasury, made famous in the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in the morning light. Darley learns about the local legends surrounding the Treasury and its contents, as she rides a camel by the Treasury. Next, Darley meets a longtime Petra resident, Marguerite van Geldermalsen. A New Zealander who fell in love with a Bedouin and lived in a cave in Petra for over 20 years, Marguerite shares her unique insight on Petra and Bedouin culture from the eyes of an outsider/ From Petra, Darley travels the Dead Sea Highway to the Dead Sea, where she floats in the mineral-rich waters at the lowest point on earth. Darley hikes Wadi Mujib, a huge water-filled canyon known to adventure travelers as an ultimate hike. Within Wadi Mujib, Darley is challenged to rappel down a waterfall, scale rocks and float through the canyon's corridors. Next, Darley heads to the desert, where she camps with local Bedouins and explores the stunning canyons, dunes and petroglyphs of Wadi Rum on Arabian horses. On a break from the desert, Darley travels to the Gulf of Aqaba, bordered by Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to snorkel above Aqaba's colorful reef. 
May 5
5:00 AM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles.  
May 5
5:30 AM
Autoline Shaving Weight: The Secrets of Lightweighting AUTOLINE is dedicated to reporting on, discussing and dissecting the inner workings of the auto industry and the products that it makes. Our website has several channels that carry our different programs, blog, and other information resources. AUTOLINE is often the first stop for auto executives, industry insiders, and consumers looking for the latest news about cars and the industry. Host John McElroy. "Autoline This Week" is an Emmy award-winning weekly half-hour talk show featuring top automotive executives and journalists from around the globe. The show focuses on topics that drive the industry and the men and women behind the wheel. John McElroy is the host of this television show as well as "Autoline Daily" the first industry webcast of industry news and analysis. McElroy also broadcasts five radio segments daily on WWJ Newsradio 950, the CBS affiliate in Detroit as well as a weekly blog for Autoblog.com and a monthly op-ed article for Ward's AutoWorld.Autoline has won numerous awards for over the years. In addition to our Emmy Autoline was awarded the International Wheels Awards for a documentary on "The Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise" as well as awards for "Challenge Bibendum" and "A Car Is Born."You can find more about Autoline, its network of programming as well as John McElroy himself at www.autoline.tv 
May 5
5:56 AM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
May 5
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 5
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 5
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 5
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Your Feet, Your Foundation It's important to let your feet feel the floor. Exercising barefoot, Mary Ann emphasizes somatosensory awareness in the feet throughout the workout. 
May 5
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Speaking Dolphinese The Wild Kratts are on a mission to decode the secret language of one of the smartest creatures on Earth - Dolphins!Science Concept: Animal communication. 
May 5
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George's Home for Pigeons/Out of Order Curious George's Home for Pigeons: Compass may be a homing pigeon but sometimes he has trouble finding his way home. George decides to make him a place to stay on their balcony. After much experimentation, George creates a tree that The Man with the Yellow Hat might not recognize but in Compass's eyes is the perfect pigeon perch. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To illustrate the engineering design process.Out of Order: When George sees a very nice lady leaving packages behind everywhere she goes, he figures she must be very forgetful. He decides to be helpful by gathering up all the packages for her. When Betsy explains to George that the nice lady is actually the mail carrier, they have to figure out a system to match the packages up with the correct address and return them fast! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To begin to develop an understanding of the relative position and sequence of whole numbers. 
May 5
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Be Cool/Elephant Walk Be CoolPhew, it's hot outside! How are Sally and Nick going to stay cool? Cat suggests that they should visit some friends in the Dizzle-dazzle Desert to learn how to keep cool. They learn that some animals are light colored, some stay out of the sun, and some, like Tommy the coolest toad around, just mooove sloooow. Nick and Sally take their advice, but Cat has an even better idea - run through a sprinkler!Educational Objective: To introduce the audience to the different strategies desert creatures have for keeping cool. Elephant WalkWhen building a toy construction set, Nick and Sally wonder if there's such thing as a one-thing-does-it-all tool. Well, the Cat knows just who to visit to find out - Themba the African elephant! Themba, and her daughter Efia, show the Cat and the kids all the different things their trunks can do. Nick and Sally realize that elephant trucks are just like hands, so they already have a one-thing-does-it-all tool!Educational Objective: African elephants use their trunks in many ways. 
May 5
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Birthday Cake Problem/The Doohickey Problem The Birthday Cake Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. Peg and Cat make a rockin' birthday cake for Jonah and his friends the Teens, but first they need to figure out how old he is going to be.Primary Content: The teen numbersSecondary Content: PatternsThe Doohickey Problem - The Purple Planet. When their space ship is smashed, Peg and Cat must reassemble its variously shaped parts, and retrieve sixteen stolen doohickeys.Primary Content: PatternsSecondary Content: Shapes, the number 16 
May 5
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Paulie Pliosaurus/Elmer Visits the Desert Paulie PliosaurusThe Pteranodon family takes the Dinosaur Train underwater to visit a marine reptile called Paulie Pliosaurus, a creature known as the "T. rex of the Ocean." Buddy and Paulie compare features and find that they actually have a lot in common.Elmer Visits the DesertOur Pteranodon family takes their ocean friend Elmer Elasmosaurus on the Dinosaur Train to a place he's never been before: the desert! Once there, the kids compare the sandy terrain to Elmer's ocean, and they meet a local lizard named Percy who tells the tale of his desert home. 
May 5
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Latino Festival There's a street festival on Sesame Street celebrating Spanish culture and language.Educational Objective: Self-Regulation 
May 5
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Heaven on Earth, Part 4 In this segment, Jerry shows his students how to use a very loose scumbling technique to paint in the leaves of the two large trees with a special emphasis on the use of good negative space to create good form. He then brightens the highlights of the stream, background area, and middle and foreground grasses. 
May 5
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Make It Fit! Fit is the most important quality in making a hand knit wearable. This show explores ways to improve fit by taking good measurements, and how to ensure that garments can still fit even after you've made some big mistakes. First, Eunny offers tips on fixing knitting when you've made a piece either too long or too short. Then, Laura Bryant and Barry Klein share their advice on taking basic body measurements and figuring out ease before you start knitting garments. Next, on the crochet-along, Kristin and Marcy introduce the motif squares in the Chain Reaction Afghan, and various techniques for creating these motifs. Eunny wraps up with advice on fixing knitting to ensure fit. When all else fails: cut and sew. 
May 5
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As KBDI's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. 
May 5
12:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
May 5
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 5
2:00 PM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project Italianate Renaissance Arlington Italianate Project finale: Landscape designer Cricket Beauregard completes the exterior with a pair of classically inspired urns. Tom details how he modified the master bath to accommodate a steam shower. Malcolm and Richard check out the newly finished basement spaces. Heather shows Norm the finished bedrooms, baths and laundry spaces. Designer Christine Tuttle shows Kevin the décor choices that give the home a period inspired but unfussy feel. The whole group gathers in the new eat-in kitchen to celebrate the renaissance of this Italianate home. 
May 5
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  All about kitchen renovations: Tom and Kevin help a homeowner install new cabinets; Richard shows many options for countertops; and Kevin visits the Cleveland home and restaurant kitchens of Chef Michael Symon for ideas and inspiration. 
May 5
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America Comfort Foods for Your Table Lidia makes three different types of pasta: Stuffed Shells, Pasta Alla Primavera and Macaroni and Cheese. In Pennsylvania she takes viewers to The Macaroni Company, a 4th generation Italian supermarket and goes to Eataly to enjoy an Italian-American picnic. 
May 5
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Tasty and Easy Chicken / Pollo Saporito e Facile It tastes a lot like chicken because it is - made especially delicious when Mary Ann prepares her signature Chicken Thighs in Beer, simmered until totally terrific. Then she stuffs chicken breasts with a creative combination of fresh spinach and creamy gorgonzola, and then bakes them until fork tender and table ready. Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to here. 
May 5
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  This series' ensemble of chefs, cooks, testers and tasters, led by "editor-in-chef" Christopher Kimball, reveal the best ways to prepare favorite dishes.  
May 5
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Chicken for Everyone! Chicken for Everyone!: Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make perfect One-Pan Roast Chicken and Vegetables. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for kitchen shears. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of canned tomato soup. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Chicken Chimichangas. 
May 5
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 5
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 5
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 5
6:56 PM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
May 5
7:00 PM
STEM: Latinos, A Critical Need in America Although a rich and diverse population, Hispanics make up a disproportionate share of the nation's high school dropouts, a trend that is increasing at an alarming rate across the country. This fact imperils not just the future of the Hispanic community but of our nation's global competitiveness. In March 2013, the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) assembled a panel of experts to discuss industry STEM occupational needs, recruitment and retention strategies and action plan for priming the STEM pump. This program aims to initiate a nationwide discussion to frame questions concerning the need to recruit and graduate a critical mass of Hispanics in the STEM disciplines. 
May 5
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part 5 Loxley's corrupt empire expands, LeClair lands in deep trouble, Victor and Agnes make plans and Harry joins the war effort. 
May 5
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts The Cake is a Lie This episode includes two short films: "Springtime" by Erica Liu and "Doubles with Slight Pepper" by Ian Harnarine. In "Springtime,"an 86-year-old pork sung maker quits her shop in rural Taiwan to head to the big city. In "Doubles with Slight Pepper,"a young Trinidadian street-vendor must decide if he will help save his estranged father's life despite their strained relationship. 
May 5
9:30 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. 
May 5
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 5
10:57 PM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
May 5
11:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part 5 Loxley's corrupt empire expands, LeClair lands in deep trouble, Victor and Agnes make plans and Harry joins the war effort. 
May 6
12:00 AM
Vamos al Baile (Let's Go to the Dance) A stellar lineup of Mexican-American musicians take the stage in front of a live audience. Enjoy performances by award winning artists Little Joe y La Familia, Ruben Ramos and the Mexican Revolution, and Joel Guzman with Sarah Fox plus special guests. Interspersed with interviews, Vamos al Baile (Let's go to the Dance) captures the different styles of Mexican-American music and the family atmosphere of the dance halls in which they are performed. 
May 6
1:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project Italianate Renaissance Arlington Italianate Project finale: Landscape designer Cricket Beauregard completes the exterior with a pair of classically inspired urns. Tom details how he modified the master bath to accommodate a steam shower. Malcolm and Richard check out the newly finished basement spaces. Heather shows Norm the finished bedrooms, baths and laundry spaces. Designer Christine Tuttle shows Kevin the décor choices that give the home a period inspired but unfussy feel. The whole group gathers in the new eat-in kitchen to celebrate the renaissance of this Italianate home. 
May 6
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  All about kitchen renovations: Tom and Kevin help a homeowner install new cabinets; Richard shows many options for countertops; and Kevin visits the Cleveland home and restaurant kitchens of Chef Michael Symon for ideas and inspiration. 
May 6
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America Comfort Foods for Your Table Lidia makes three different types of pasta: Stuffed Shells, Pasta Alla Primavera and Macaroni and Cheese. In Pennsylvania she takes viewers to The Macaroni Company, a 4th generation Italian supermarket and goes to Eataly to enjoy an Italian-American picnic. 
May 6
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Tasty and Easy Chicken / Pollo Saporito e Facile It tastes a lot like chicken because it is - made especially delicious when Mary Ann prepares her signature Chicken Thighs in Beer, simmered until totally terrific. Then she stuffs chicken breasts with a creative combination of fresh spinach and creamy gorgonzola, and then bakes them until fork tender and table ready. Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to here. 
May 6
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  This series' ensemble of chefs, cooks, testers and tasters, led by "editor-in-chef" Christopher Kimball, reveal the best ways to prepare favorite dishes.  
May 6
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Chicken for Everyone! Chicken for Everyone!: Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make perfect One-Pan Roast Chicken and Vegetables. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for kitchen shears. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of canned tomato soup. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Chicken Chimichangas. 
May 6
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Heaven on Earth, Part 4 In this segment, Jerry shows his students how to use a very loose scumbling technique to paint in the leaves of the two large trees with a special emphasis on the use of good negative space to create good form. He then brightens the highlights of the stream, background area, and middle and foreground grasses. 
May 6
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Make It Fit! Fit is the most important quality in making a hand knit wearable. This show explores ways to improve fit by taking good measurements, and how to ensure that garments can still fit even after you've made some big mistakes. First, Eunny offers tips on fixing knitting when you've made a piece either too long or too short. Then, Laura Bryant and Barry Klein share their advice on taking basic body measurements and figuring out ease before you start knitting garments. Next, on the crochet-along, Kristin and Marcy introduce the motif squares in the Chain Reaction Afghan, and various techniques for creating these motifs. Eunny wraps up with advice on fixing knitting to ensure fit. When all else fails: cut and sew. 
May 6
5:00 AM
This is America & the World  THIS IS AMERICA is a weekly public affairs television series hosted by Dennis Wholey. Conversations with opinion leaders, newsmakers and extraordinary Americans. Dennis talks with guests on their home turf, where they're most comfortable and most likely to reveal their true selves.  
May 6
5:30 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face.  
May 6
5:56 AM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
May 6
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 6
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 6
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 6
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Flabby Arms This workout focuses on exercises to tone the arm muscles. Mary Ann introduces a new way to strengthen arms using your own body as resistance. 
May 6
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts When Fish Fly Episode Description: Martin and Chris challenge Koki and Aviva to a contest about who has the most challenging job. In their quest to win this challenge, the gang uncovers an unlikely animal partner that could ultimately lead either team to victory...or defeat.Science Concept: First Principle of flight - how air moves over a wing to provide lift. 
May 6
8:00 AM
Curious George Buoy Wonder/Roller Monkey Buoy Wonder: Today is a big day for Bill. He's entering his boat in the Model Boat Show! But George discovers that the boat sinks and to keep Bills hopes for a prize afloat, he decides to build a new boat. After some trial and error, George finds out which building materials sink and which float. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn about sinking and floating.Roller Monkey: A monkey on roller skates seems unlikely until Mr. And Mrs. Dulson ask George to wear a pair in front of their toy store to attract customers. George's skating rolls out of control, so Hundley steps in to help. Soon George, Hundley, and even Gnocchi find themselves learning about momentum and inertia at a rapid downhill pace. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show objects in motion. To understand the power of momentum. 
May 6
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Little Lemmings/Keep the Beat Little LemmingsIt's cold outside, but Nick and Sally want to keep playing. Is there a way to stay warm out in the cold? Cat's friend Lars the Lemming will know! He lives in the Wundra-Bundra-Tundra. It's cold out, but with Lars' fur coat, he doesn't even notice! They help Lars find a new home, one where there's more food for him and his family and they discover that he even uses the snow to help keep him warm! Back at home the kids wear two winter coats, but what's even warmer than that? Hot chocolate!Educational Objective: Norway Lemmings are well-suited to life above the Arctic Circle.Keep the BeatNick and Sally have been running around the backyard and now their chests are thumpity thumping! The Cat explains that that is their hearts boom boom booming! But why? wonders Sally. A visit to Dr. Giggles will answer that question. By shrinking down super small, they follow Dr. Giggles' directions to follow the path that blood takes, learning about how the heart is a pump. They watch Thing 2's heart beat faster when he runs, and slows down when he stops. With all this running around, their bodies are now making another sound - rumbling tummies! Educational Objective: How and why the heart beats. 
May 6
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Tree Problem/Another Tree Problem The Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. When Cat is stuck in a tree, Peg needs to figure out how to get him down using three giant gifts.Primary Content: Spatial sense, solving a puzzleSecondary Content: Direction, positionAnother Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. When Cat is stuck in a tree again Peg has to find a different way to get him down.Primary Content: Ordering objects by heightSecondary Content: Ordinal numbers 
May 6
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Shiny and Snakes/Tiny Loves Flowers Shiny and SnakesShiny gets over her fear of snakes when Tiny challenges the Nature Trackers to meet the ultimate snake: the Sanajeh, a huge Cretaceous snake from what is now India. Dad takes the kids on the Dinosaur Train to find Sana Sanajeh, who may be huge, but turns out to be quite friendly. Once Shiny and Sana become friends, Shiny returns home with the knowledge that snakes aren't scary - they're just another part of nature!Educational ObjectiveMany children (and adults) are afraid of any and all snakes, and even think of them as "evil" creatures. This episode teaches that most snakes are not harmful to us - and even do many things to help the natural world.Tiny Loves Flowers Tiny is horrified when her favorite buttercups all wilt, so Mom takes her and the family to the Big Pond, where she remembers seeing a whole lot of buttercups in bloom. On the way there, the Conductor gives the kids a visual lesson in "Nature's Life Cycle," explaining how a flower grows, blossoms, then wilts, and returns its seeds to the ground, to start the cycle all over again. Tiny finds her flowers at the Big Pond, both blooming and wilting, and can see nature's life cycle in action.Educational Objective Tiny and the kids learn about the plant life cycle and what flowers needs to survive - how they take energy from their environment and change it from one form to another; how they convert sunlight, water, and nutrients in the dirt into something beautiful to look at and smell. 
May 6
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Grouchy Mother's Day It's Grouchy Mother's Day, and Oscar has ordered a fish bouquet for his mother. He wants this to be the worst Grouchy Mother's Day ever, especially because Oscar's mom thinks everything on Sesame Street is horribly nice. Oscar's sister, Bunny, drops in to celebrate, too. She gives her mom a dozen stinky fish, but Oscar only gives her six. Oscar adds that he also got their mom stinky perfume, but Bunny brought perfume with a real skunk applicator. Oscar and Bunny argue over whose present is stinkier while their mother remarks how she loves hearing her two children argue. Since Grouchy Mother's Day isn't just about getting presents, Oscar has planned for them to go on a trip to the dump. As they try to start the car, everyone on Sesame Street comes up to them. Oscar's mom thinks everyone on Sesame Street is too nice! Oscar finally fixes the car, which makes his mom even angrier. What kind of Grouch fixes things? Bunny thinks that Oscar has lost his grouchiness. Oscar's mom wants to take Bunny back to Grouchland before she loses her grouchiness too. To prove to his mom and sister just how grouchy he really is, Oscar has Bob, Gordon, and Chris sing a Grouchy Mother's Day song. It's the nicest thing anyone has ever done for her. Her day is ruined by both of her kids. It's her grouchiest Mother's Day yet, and she feels lucky to have such rotten kids. THEME: Social Development Y / 12 
May 6
11:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Glacier National Park—West Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, explores, photographs and paints the west side of Montana's majestic Glacier National Park—explaining, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
May 6
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts  Quilting for all seasons is featured on today's show. First, Judy Coates Perez has a lesson on choosing motifs for your quilting projects—her feature project is a tree skirt for winter. Then Pokey shares a lesson on sun printing—making colorful, one-of-a-kind fabrics. Last is Pat Sloan on location in Cincinnati, where she demonstrates making a fabric bracelet from scraps. 
May 6
12:00 PM
European Journal  This program provides a portal to the world of European news, culture, and commerce. Five teams of journalists, photographers, and producers travel the continent in search of stories that have impact and meaning for American viewers. Episodes are shot on-location, taking viewers to the heart of the story and providing a fresh perspective on the events that are reshaping the political and social landscape of the continent. Hosts Jim Gibbons and Cathy Smith make European coverage compelling and understandable for Americans by weaving each story together with in-depth analysis and a lively personal touch.  
May 6
12:30 PM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
May 6
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 6
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Organic Lawn Care (Arlington, VA) The impression that lush lawns require high inputs of synthetic chemicals to keep them looking good is a myth. We visit a private estate to see a major test case by the University of Maryland to show that lush green grass is possible and how you can have that lawn of your dreams organically. 
May 6
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Express Yourself Express your personality and creativity with functional, fun garden accents crafted from recycled objects. On tour, a couple repurposes a swimming pool into a native habitat pond. 
May 6
3:00 PM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Rick Bayless Rick Bayless prepares two Mexican dishes: chile-glazed country ribs and a rustic jicama salad. Bayless demonstrates how to deflame onions through blanching. 
May 6
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid demonstrate two different kinds of naan, an Indian flatbread. Cookbook author Beatrice Ojakangas makes a Scandinavian flatbread called Swedish hardtack. 
May 6
4:00 PM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Warm Crawfish and Artichoke Salad, Ragout of Crawfish over Fresh Pasta, and Craw Warm Crawfish and Artichoke Salad, Ragout of Crawfish over Fresh Pasta, and Crawfish Pies 
May 6
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Asian Flavors with Dale Talde Feeds January 30, 2013Top Chef contestant and Asian-American restaurateur Dale Talde shows Sara his secret sources in Chinatown for pulled noodles and other ingredients, then they come back to Sara's home kitchen to cook up Pad Thai with Oysters and Bacon and his signature dish, Angry Chicken, spiced like kim chee and marinated in yogurt with lots of potatoes to soak up the sauce. 
May 6
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 6
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 6
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 6
6:57 PM
Head On Supreme's & Campaign Finance Limits Supreme's & Campaign Finance LimitsKrista: The Supreme Court recently ruled that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional. Although the cap of $123,200 per election is gone, individual contributions for president or Congress, currently set at $2,600 per election, remains in force. Susan: I went to my bank last week and asked to visit my savings and checking accounts. Although I spent an hour talking to my cash - the bills were unmoved completely . . .mute! Money is not speech. The founding fathers did not envision a set-aside for rich donors. Krista: Just as freedom of the press is exercised through printing presses, cameras, and other things which cost money, so too is freedom of speech. It costs money to buy posters, ads, flyers, mailers, and commercials. We give money to candidates and causes to get the word out. It's our right.Susan: When corporations spend unlimited dollars buying influence - oops I mean bumper stickers - that's not free speech. Nor are anonymous 527 committees or unlimited individual contributions. Money isn't speech. Corporations aren't people. Today's corruption makes Dick Nixon and his bagman -Bebe Rebozo, look like choirboys! 
May 6
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Preserve Sean often describes how his family ate growing up this way: "If we were eating, we were eating food from the garden or the basement — it's a way of life." In this episode, Sean shows us what it means to be eating from the basement by exploring the preservation techniques that are critical components of southern culture: drying, salt curing, canning and fermentation. 
May 6
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Roots Many chefs have their first exposure to cooking at a young age. For Sean Brock, who was born and raised in rural Virginia, it was the experience of his family growing their own food that left a deep impression. In this episode, Sean explores his roots, prepares a typical Appalachian dinner, cooks chicken dumplings with his mom, throws down with Chef Joseph Lenn at Blackberry Farms, and learns how to make fried okra and country ham on the farm. 
May 6
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Anaheim, Part 1 In Anaheim, California, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Philip Weiss travel to the Queen Mary to talk about ocean liner memorabilia. Highlights include a "You Bet Your Life" prop duck, one of two duck props made for the "You Bet Your Life" television show; two sketches by pop star Michael Jackson, ca. 1973, that were given to the owner by Jackson in a tenth-grade art class; and a Frederic Church oil painting, ca. 1867, that once belonged to the owner's great-aunt, who was married to the artist, and is now appraised for $100,000 to $150,000. 
May 6
9:00 PM
Great Plains: America's Lingering Wild A Long Hard Struggle This two-part documentary, based on the book of the same name by Nebraska photographer Michael Forsberg, examines the remaining "wildness" in the states that compose the Great Plains. The program captures the places and creatures that survive after 150 years of settlement, as well as the people who care for and preserve this fragile ecosystem. Featuring brilliant and stunning imagery, and based on Forsberg's book of the same name, Great Plains showcases the heart of our continent; from the shrinking grasslands of Missouri Coteau of North Dakota, to Texas' playa wetlands stressed by a decade of drought, to the Conata Basin of South Dakota where the Black Footed Ferret teeters on the brink of extinction. 
May 6
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 6
10:57 PM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
May 6
11:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Preserve Sean often describes how his family ate growing up this way: "If we were eating, we were eating food from the garden or the basement — it's a way of life." In this episode, Sean shows us what it means to be eating from the basement by exploring the preservation techniques that are critical components of southern culture: drying, salt curing, canning and fermentation. 
May 6
11:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Roots Many chefs have their first exposure to cooking at a young age. For Sean Brock, who was born and raised in rural Virginia, it was the experience of his family growing their own food that left a deep impression. In this episode, Sean explores his roots, prepares a typical Appalachian dinner, cooks chicken dumplings with his mom, throws down with Chef Joseph Lenn at Blackberry Farms, and learns how to make fried okra and country ham on the farm. 
May 7
12:00 AM
Rotaries: Avalanche on the Mountain A winter storm buries the Sierra Nevada. Embedded in the blizzard: the main line of America's railroad. For two days the major west-east route across America is shut down by snow, tying up billions of dollars of goods, trapping an entire train crew in an avalanche. A vision from the past is sent to rescue modern day transportation. The Rotary Snow Plow, invented in the 1800s, roars to life and heads up some of the steepest mountain terrain in the world. It's mission: save the crew and re-open the rail line over Donner Pass. Men and machines vie with the mountains and elements, a true story of survival. 
May 7
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Organic Lawn Care (Arlington, VA) The impression that lush lawns require high inputs of synthetic chemicals to keep them looking good is a myth. We visit a private estate to see a major test case by the University of Maryland to show that lush green grass is possible and how you can have that lawn of your dreams organically. 
May 7
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Express Yourself Express your personality and creativity with functional, fun garden accents crafted from recycled objects. On tour, a couple repurposes a swimming pool into a native habitat pond. 
May 7
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Rick Bayless Rick Bayless prepares two Mexican dishes: chile-glazed country ribs and a rustic jicama salad. Bayless demonstrates how to deflame onions through blanching. 
May 7
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Warm Crawfish and Artichoke Salad, Ragout of Crawfish over Fresh Pasta, and Craw Warm Crawfish and Artichoke Salad, Ragout of Crawfish over Fresh Pasta, and Crawfish Pies 
May 7
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid demonstrate two different kinds of naan, an Indian flatbread. Cookbook author Beatrice Ojakangas makes a Scandinavian flatbread called Swedish hardtack. 
May 7
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Asian Flavors with Dale Talde Feeds January 30, 2013Top Chef contestant and Asian-American restaurateur Dale Talde shows Sara his secret sources in Chinatown for pulled noodles and other ingredients, then they come back to Sara's home kitchen to cook up Pad Thai with Oysters and Bacon and his signature dish, Angry Chicken, spiced like kim chee and marinated in yogurt with lots of potatoes to soak up the sauce. 
May 7
4:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Glacier National Park—West Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, explores, photographs and paints the west side of Montana's majestic Glacier National Park—explaining, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
May 7
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts  Quilting for all seasons is featured on today's show. First, Judy Coates Perez has a lesson on choosing motifs for your quilting projects—her feature project is a tree skirt for winter. Then Pokey shares a lesson on sun printing—making colorful, one-of-a-kind fabrics. Last is Pat Sloan on location in Cincinnati, where she demonstrates making a fabric bracelet from scraps. 
May 7
5:00 AM
European Journal  This program provides a portal to the world of European news, culture, and commerce. Five teams of journalists, photographers, and producers travel the continent in search of stories that have impact and meaning for American viewers. Episodes are shot on-location, taking viewers to the heart of the story and providing a fresh perspective on the events that are reshaping the political and social landscape of the continent. Hosts Jim Gibbons and Cathy Smith make European coverage compelling and understandable for Americans by weaving each story together with in-depth analysis and a lively personal touch.  
May 7
5:30 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
May 7
5:56 AM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
May 7
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 7
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 7
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 7
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit The Power of Small Movements This episode demonstrates what can be achieved with small gentle movements. 
May 7
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts The Gecko Effect There's a mystery to be solved by the Wild Kratts team, as they try to uncover how a Gecko lizard climbs up smooth surfaces so easily. They use the solution to help them escape from a glass terrarium where they have been imprisoned by Zach Varmitech, so he can steal their miniaturizer.Science Concepts: Physics - Objects have electrical charges that attract one another. The gecko's toe pad structure enhances these charges so much that they can "stick to" smooth surfaces. 
May 7
8:00 AM
Curious George George Buys a Kite/Train of Light 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? Educational Objective: To recognize the importance of organizing and scheduling. To plan how to sequence and order activities. To estimate the amount of time each task will require. To use drawings or charts or maps to represent the sequencing and planning of activities.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. When George tries to leave the store, the door is locked and the lights shut off. George is trapped inside, so he gets to work creating his own signature lampshade that he hopes will grab the attention of the Man with the Yellow Hat. Will George's plan work or will George be spending the night in the store?Educational Objective: To explore the concepts of light and shadow. To apply information learned in one situation to a new situation and for a new purpose. 
May 7
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Flutter by Butterfly/Pretty in Pink Flutter By ButterflySally and Nick are pretending to be butterflies, but they're not very good at it. The Cat takes them to meet Bernadette the Monarch butterfly, who can teach them all about fluttering. Following Bernadette from Milky Weed Meadow to Prickly Pines forest they learn that butterfly wings are used for so much more than just fluttering!Educational Objective: How Monarch Butterflies migrate to warmer climates. Pretty in PinkSally and Nick are having fun trying out different moves when the Cat arrives to show them some cool moves of his own. He learned them from Pinkie the flamingo. The kids want to learn too, so off they go to Gooney Goon Lagoon! There they learn all about flamingos - fun moves and all! Back at home Cat, Nick and Sally all move together... the flamingo way!Educational Objective: To introduce the audience to the interesting behaviors and characteristics of Flamingos. 
May 7
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Dinosaur Problem/The Beethoven Problem The Dinosaur Problem - Prehistoric Valley. When Peg and Cat get lost riding dinosaurs through a prehistoric forest, they use a diagram to find their way to safety before the Baby T-Rex catches up to them.Primary Content: Following diagramsSecondary Content: PatternsThe Beethoven Problem - Vienna, circa 1800. When Peg and Cat are helping their pal Ludwig Van Beethoven write a symphony, Cat laughs in a certain pattern that gives Beethoven a great idea.Primary Content: PatternsSecondary Content: Ordinal Numbers 
May 7
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dinosaur Big City Part 1/Dinosaur Big City Part 2 Dinosaur Big City Part 1Buddy and the Pteranodon family begin their journey on the Dinosaur Train, gathering all their Theropod friends together to travel to a really big Theropod Club Convention which is being held in Laramidia, the "Dinosaur Big City"!Educational ObjectiveLaramidia was an island continent that existed during the Late Cretaceous period, when the Western Interior Seaway split the continent of North America in two. Dinosaur Big City Part 2The Pteranodon family continues their journey to the Theropod Convention in Laramidia, the Dinosaur Big City! Among the Theropod dinosaurs that ride the Train with them is King Cryolophosaurus, who sings his songs "Big Ol' Whistle-Stop Rock-n-Roll Dinosaur Tour" and "Whole Lotta Theropods"!Educational ObjectiveTheropods were a large classification of carnivorous dinosaurs that had three-toed feet, lots of teeth, a long tail for balancing, and a great sense of smell! 
May 7
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Baby Bear's New Sitter Baby Bear is worried about having a new babysitter, but realizes that different things can be fun, too.Educational Objectives: Emotional Development 
May 7
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson King of the High Seas, Part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
May 7
11:30 AM
Sew It All Traveling Pants, Pattie Wilkinson Stitch up a pair of easy breezy pants that are simple to sew and wear. 
May 7
12:00 PM
Scully/The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
May 7
12:30 PM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts.  
May 7
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 7
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Kids, young and old are fascinated with a vegetable garden. Where do vegetables come from, how does one plant and care for the vegetable garden? GardenSMART visits with an expert who shares her time tested techniques. Be sure to tune in. 
May 7
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Three Column Round Table This is a masterpiece that comes from an old family vineyard. The three turned legs really make this desirable table shine! Aged white oak is the wood of choice. Finishing techniques cover easy-to-use wood staining tips. 
May 7
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Extraordinarily Delicious Ensenada" Fish tacos embody Ensenada's history in one bite: Fresh fish from pristine waters encased in crispy batter influenced by Asian immigrants, topped with Spanish-inspired creamy sauces, wrapped up in a very Mexican corn tortilla and spiked with chile. We seek out some of the best versions at Mariscos El Norteño, a stall opposite the Ensenada Fish market, and a 30-year old corner stand, Los Originales El Chopipo. No trip to Ensenada would be complete for a foodie without a stop at La Guerrerense where Sabina Bandera Gonzalez has been serving the best seafood ceviches and tostadas for more than 29 years. There Rick savors a mixed platter of shellfish and amazing sea urchin tostadas. A stop at Marco Antonio has Rick indulging in shrimp tacos with chipotle cream. Seriously good. In Chicago, Rick hosts a seafood taco party complete with the secrets to making outstanding fried fish tacos at home. 
May 7
3:30 PM
Taste This! Firebird TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
May 7
4:00 PM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Company's Coming Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown. 
May 7
4:30 PM
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food  Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes — a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes — showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.  
May 7
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 7
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 7
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 7
6:57 PM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
May 7
7:00 PM
Studio 12  STUDIO 12 explores hot issues, fascinating topics and provocative personalities. Alternately hosted by Steffan Tubbs and Tamara Banks, STUDIO 12 is one of the only shows in Colorado that encourages the viewers at home to call-in and join the discussion.  
May 7
8:00 PM
Earth: The Inside Story EARTH: The Inside Story traces the story of the ever-changing Earth, rewinding all the way back to its piecemeal beginnings four-and-a-half billion years ago and journeying through its sometimes tumultuous evolution to the present. Drawing on the latest scientific research, the film features the mighty geologic forces that built our planet from its sun-hot core to its life-sustaining atmosphere. It lends scientific perspective to a question often raised in light of recent news coverage of major earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, and extreme weather: Is Earth undergoing a period of increased geological upheaval? Three years in the making and shot on every continent, the film includes spectacular footage of the world's geologic hot spots from Mongolia to Antarctica; state-of-the-art 3D graphics; and interviews with leading earth scientists. 
May 7
9:00 PM
A Simple Piece of Paper What happens when a state allows adopted citizens to have their original birth certificates? In 2011, Illinois became the largest state in the Union to reverse sealed records laws, providing adult adoptees access to the document recording their birth. 'A Simple Piece of Paper' tells the story of over a dozen adoptees, as they open their records. Their collective experiences provoke a new question: what would have happened if the records had been opened sooner? 
May 7
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 7
10:57 PM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
May 7
11:00 PM
Papa Boss Ed Hagedorn has transformed himself from a powerful gangster to a leading environmental warrior, the kind that gains awards and admirers, as well as dangerous enemies. What makes a successful businessman depart from his old lawless ways into fighting miners, illegal fishermen, loggers and gamblers when he himself was one of them in his recent past? When he became the Mayor of Puerto Princesa in 1992, a city of 250,000 inhabitants, surrounded by islands and jungles, the largest territory a city mayor has control of in the Philippines, he vowed to change his life as well as the city, in gratitude to his voters.Now in his fourth consecutive term as mayor, he has followed up on his word. What was once a filthy, neglected town surrounded by corruption and a chain of thriving mines eating away at Puerto Princesa's natural resources, is now one of the cleanest and greenest cities in Asia. The locals are fined for throwing cigarettes butts on the ground and mining is banned. But with the reality of a soaring population, poverty and unemployment, Mayor Ed's cause is a never-ending struggle. He is facing threats from former and current enemies, forcing him to travel in a bullet proof SUV, guarded by armed bodyguards 24 hours a day. There is no way of knowing the fate of Puerto Princesa once the mayor is gone. Will his vision be continued or will the town go back to being a forgotten, third world city with corruption and an uncertain future? Adorably called by his grandson ˜Papa Boss", this is how he is perceived: to his family - a loved father figure, to the rest - he is the boss. 
May 8
12:00 AM
Earth: The Inside Story EARTH: The Inside Story traces the story of the ever-changing Earth, rewinding all the way back to its piecemeal beginnings four-and-a-half billion years ago and journeying through its sometimes tumultuous evolution to the present. Drawing on the latest scientific research, the film features the mighty geologic forces that built our planet from its sun-hot core to its life-sustaining atmosphere. It lends scientific perspective to a question often raised in light of recent news coverage of major earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, and extreme weather: Is Earth undergoing a period of increased geological upheaval? Three years in the making and shot on every continent, the film includes spectacular footage of the world's geologic hot spots from Mongolia to Antarctica; state-of-the-art 3D graphics; and interviews with leading earth scientists. 
May 8
1:00 AM
Studio 12  STUDIO 12 explores hot issues, fascinating topics and provocative personalities. Alternately hosted by Steffan Tubbs and Tamara Banks, STUDIO 12 is one of the only shows in Colorado that encourages the viewers at home to call-in and join the discussion.  
May 8
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Extraordinarily Delicious Ensenada" Fish tacos embody Ensenada's history in one bite: Fresh fish from pristine waters encased in crispy batter influenced by Asian immigrants, topped with Spanish-inspired creamy sauces, wrapped up in a very Mexican corn tortilla and spiked with chile. We seek out some of the best versions at Mariscos El Norteño, a stall opposite the Ensenada Fish market, and a 30-year old corner stand, Los Originales El Chopipo. No trip to Ensenada would be complete for a foodie without a stop at La Guerrerense where Sabina Bandera Gonzalez has been serving the best seafood ceviches and tostadas for more than 29 years. There Rick savors a mixed platter of shellfish and amazing sea urchin tostadas. A stop at Marco Antonio has Rick indulging in shrimp tacos with chipotle cream. Seriously good. In Chicago, Rick hosts a seafood taco party complete with the secrets to making outstanding fried fish tacos at home. 
May 8
2:30 AM
Taste This! Firebird TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
May 8
3:00 AM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Company's Coming Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown. 
May 8
3:30 AM
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food  Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes — a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes — showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.  
May 8
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson King of the High Seas, Part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
May 8
4:30 AM
Sew It All Traveling Pants, Pattie Wilkinson Stitch up a pair of easy breezy pants that are simple to sew and wear. 
May 8
5:00 AM
Scully/The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
May 8
5:30 AM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts.  
May 8
5:56 AM
Head On Supreme's & Campaign Finance Limits Supreme's & Campaign Finance LimitsKrista: The Supreme Court recently ruled that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional. Although the cap of $123,200 per election is gone, individual contributions for president or Congress, currently set at $2,600 per election, remains in force. Susan: I went to my bank last week and asked to visit my savings and checking accounts. Although I spent an hour talking to my cash - the bills were unmoved completely . . .mute! Money is not speech. The founding fathers did not envision a set-aside for rich donors. Krista: Just as freedom of the press is exercised through printing presses, cameras, and other things which cost money, so too is freedom of speech. It costs money to buy posters, ads, flyers, mailers, and commercials. We give money to candidates and causes to get the word out. It's our right.Susan: When corporations spend unlimited dollars buying influence - oops I mean bumper stickers - that's not free speech. Nor are anonymous 527 committees or unlimited individual contributions. Money isn't speech. Corporations aren't people. Today's corruption makes Dick Nixon and his bagman -Bebe Rebozo, look like choirboys! 
May 8
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 8
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 8
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 8
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Flexibility and Range of Motion All the exercises in this program highlight range of motion throughout the shoulders and back. 
May 8
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Tortuga Tune Up Aviva loves the Tortuga design, but feels there's something missing. Martin and Chris realize it can't really swim, so they decide to get some bio inspiration for this feature by exploring the world of the sea turtles.Science Concept: Animal classifications (turtle groups). 
May 8
8:00 AM
Curious George Toy Monkey/George and Allie's Game Plan George is ecstatic. Great Aunt Sylvia dropped by with a special present - a toy front loader that's...defective? No problem! Aunt Sylvia and George take the front loader back to the toy factory. But they find a room full of broken toys and no one to fix them. What will they do? With a hand drill, pickles, and a little ingenuity...anything is possible! / It's "fair day" at the elementary school and Allie is determined to win the giant stuffed bear. But knocking down all the ducks is not as easy as it looks (or quacks). George builds a practice game at home complete with quacking sounds. Will Allie's practice and perseverance help her win the bear? 
May 8
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Rumbly Tumbly/Planet Name Game Rumbly TumblyNick's hungry tummy is rumbling! But why do our stomachs make noises when they're hungry? A super shrunken trip into Thing One's stomach will show them the answer! They learn how chewing and stomach juices help to break down the food, and the tummy sounds are actually the stomach working. When your tummy is empty, the sounds are much louder! There's only one way to quiet Nick's rumbly tumbly... a chewy chocolate chunky chunk chip cookie!Educational Objective: How the stomach works and what makes the rumbly tummy noise.Planet Name GameNick and Sally have run out of things to name in the garden. Good thing Cat needs help putting his model of the solar system back together - they can help him name the planets! Off in the Space-a-ma-racer they go on a whirlwind trip around the universe, learning the names of the seven planets as they go.Educational Objective: To learn the order and names of the planets in our solar system: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune! 
May 8
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Honey Problem/The Penguin Problem The Honey Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. The 3 Bees will produce honey for Peg and Cat's super-popular honey cake - but only if Peg and Cat will dance for the Bees in a certain pattern!Primary Content: WeightSecondary Content: PatternsThe Penguin Problem - The South Pole. Peg and Cat coach a team of skiing penguins, who would have a shot at the Olympic gold medal if only they knew "over", "under", and "in between".Primary Content: Over, under, in betweenSecondary Content: Balance 
May 8
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dinosaur Big City Part 3/Dinosaur Big City Part 4 Dinosaur Big City Part 3The Dinosaur Train arrives in Laramidia, the Dinosaur Big City, and Buddy and the Pteranodon family explore the crowded "dinosaur metropolis." At the Theropod Convention, our kids reunite with Annie Tyrannosaurus and her parents Dolores and Boris, and they all meet the multi-horned mayor, Mayor Kosmoceratops!Educational ObjectiveKosmoceratops is a genus of herbivorous dinosaurs which lived during the Late Cretaceous period on the island continent Laramidia that is now Utah, United States. Kosmoceratops is distinguished by an ornate skull - 15 horns - the most ornate of any known dinosaur.Dinosaur Big City Part 4Buddy and Tiny help King Cryolophosaurus overcome his fear of performing in front of his biggest audience ever, and he wows a large dinosaur audience when he sings his new song, "Whole Lotta Theropods" at the Theropod Convention in Laramidia, the Dinosaur Big City.Educational ObjectiveLaramidia, the island continent that existed during the Late Cretaceous period, when the Western Interior Seaway split the continent of North America in two, was home to a very diverse number of dinosaur species, including many theropods. 
May 8
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Bears Try to Hibernate There is a porridge shortage on Sesame Street! Telly runs to tell Baby Bear, but when he finds him, he is getting ready to hibernate until springtime when there is porridge again. What is Telly supposed to do for five months without a best friend? Telly and Baby bear set up a play date for the spring when Baby Bear wakes up. Telly says goodbye and the bears try to go to sleep, but they are not tired! First, they try counting, but that does not work. Then they call Max Bear, a hibernation consultant. Max Bear arrives and tells the bears that their cottage is too warm. They must go outside where it is cold. The bears look for an empty cave or hollow tree and sing all about bears. Finally, they find a flower bed that they can dig a hole and sleep in called a den. Telly and Chris see the bears digging and go outside to check on them. Max Bear says that they should eat something before they hibernate. Chris suggests cereal and goes to Hooper's Store. When Chris comes back, they try the cereal and like it! In fact, the cereal is so good that they decide to eat it all winter long and not hibernate! Hooray! Baby Bear happily eats the cereal while spending time with his good friend Telly. 
May 8
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
May 8
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Travel Gear Made Easy, Part 2 Stitch travel projects that "rock" with inspiration from Mary Mulari's ingenious creations.Author and designer Mary Mulari teams up with Nancy to make travel gear perfect for gifts or yourself. Learn the basics of making a travel trio bag set, a jewels and treats bag, a curling iron tote, a tee with secret pockets for valuables, and other travel inspired projects. Versatile designs—simple enough for beginners! 
May 8
12:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment.  
May 8
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick  Barry Kibrick interviews top thinkers, writers,business leaders, artists, and others, drawing out the essence of the subject and the layers that lie between the lines. 
May 8
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 8
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  This week, take a trip to Vermont to meet people involved with sustainable farming and see the foods they produce. In San Francisco, three local farms combine the foods they produce for one amazing restaurant meal to celebrate their hard work and support of local agriculture. In the Victory Garden, Roger explains how to grow butternut squash, and Chef Marian makes cilantro and mango chutney. 
May 8
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table The Art of Tailgating Tailgating is a time-honored tradition but what if you can't make it out to the big game? Allen shares a few tips on how to prepare your own tailgate party in your backyard with easy and unique recipes that can be prepared in advance. He also offers advice on how to grow our own ingredients in the summer and preserve them for fall. 
May 8
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Grains Thanks to their excellent health benefits, grains have surged in popularity lately. There are infinite ways to prepare them, and in this episode Martha shows three of her favorites. First, she cooks a mushroom barley soup that's based on her mother's recipe. Next, she makes couscous royale, a great way to showcase a versatile grain. She finishes up with grits with broiled tomatoes, featuring bubbly cheddar cheese and crispy bacon. 
May 8
3:30 PM
Nick Stellino Cooking With Friends Michael Cimarusti, Day Boat Halibut Nick Stellino prepares Veal Chops with Garlic Lemon and Honey Sauce and Broiled Asparagus & Roasted Butternut Squash. Chef Stellino is then joined by Michael Cimarusti from Providence in Los Angeles who demonstrates Day Boat Halibut with Yukon Potatoes and Chive Blossoms. 
May 8
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Close to Home" This episode finds Andreas at his farm in Southern Norway. There, he and Miles Irving, a British forager, look for wild herbs. Then, they cook a meal from ingredients they find in the fields, as well as beef from local farms. Dishes include: wild Norwegian carpaccio, grilled sirloin with forest salad, and Sunday roast with oxtail sauce. 
May 8
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Nuremberg to Linz Burt starts off in Nuremberg with visits to the 900 year old Imperial Castle, the open farmers' market and his favorite spice cookie shop. Then he sails to Regensburg to visit the remains of an ancient Roman fort. Next he cruises through the Danube Gorge to Weltenburg Abbey where the Benedictine monks have been brewing one of Europe's great beers since 1050. In Linz, we learn about the Linzertorte and see the world's largest church organ. 
May 8
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 8
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 8
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 8
6:57 PM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
May 8
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
May 8
8:00 PM
Global Health Frontiers: Dark Forest, Black Fly In poor, remote communities across Africa, parasitic worms transmitted by small black flies infect millions. The resulting river blindness torments sufferers with intense itching, and eventually robs them of their sight. GLOBAL HEALTH FRONTIERS: DARK FOREST, BLACK FLY travels to the front lines of Uganda's fight to eradicate this devastating disease. Narrated by Mia Farrow, the documentary highlights the field work and insights of scientists, health professionals and humanitarians, including former President Jimmy Carter, committed to combating river blindness. The first program in the Global Health Frontiersseries, Foul Water, Fiery Serpent documented the efforts of American health workers and community partners over the course of three years as they tracked and treated the last-known cases of guinea worm in Ghana and Sudan. 
May 8
9:00 PM
Allen True's West Destined to become Colorado's foremost muralist, Allen Tupper True (1881 - 1955) set out as a youthful illustrator of magazines and books. His illustrations - like his sun-drenched paintings of Taos and Santa Fe - forged a vision of the American West that was at once romantic and realistic. True went on to paint grand murals for Denver's Telephone Building and the state capitols of Colorado, Missouri, and Wyoming. He designed the Wyoming license plate's emblematic bucking horse and rider, and he adorned the floors of Hoover Dam with American Indian-inspired patterns. ALLEN TRUE'S WEST, a KBDI-12 original production, showcases the life and art of this twentieth-century American original, who captured the character of a region in transformation - from wild frontier to modern West. 
May 8
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 8
10:57 PM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
May 8
11:00 PM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
May 9
12:00 AM
Global Health Frontiers: Dark Forest, Black Fly In poor, remote communities across Africa, parasitic worms transmitted by small black flies infect millions. The resulting river blindness torments sufferers with intense itching, and eventually robs them of their sight. GLOBAL HEALTH FRONTIERS: DARK FOREST, BLACK FLY travels to the front lines of Uganda's fight to eradicate this devastating disease. Narrated by Mia Farrow, the documentary highlights the field work and insights of scientists, health professionals and humanitarians, including former President Jimmy Carter, committed to combating river blindness. The first program in the Global Health Frontiersseries, Foul Water, Fiery Serpent documented the efforts of American health workers and community partners over the course of three years as they tracked and treated the last-known cases of guinea worm in Ghana and Sudan. 
May 9
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  This week, take a trip to Vermont to meet people involved with sustainable farming and see the foods they produce. In San Francisco, three local farms combine the foods they produce for one amazing restaurant meal to celebrate their hard work and support of local agriculture. In the Victory Garden, Roger explains how to grow butternut squash, and Chef Marian makes cilantro and mango chutney. 
May 9
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table The Art of Tailgating Tailgating is a time-honored tradition but what if you can't make it out to the big game? Allen shares a few tips on how to prepare your own tailgate party in your backyard with easy and unique recipes that can be prepared in advance. He also offers advice on how to grow our own ingredients in the summer and preserve them for fall. 
May 9
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Grains Thanks to their excellent health benefits, grains have surged in popularity lately. There are infinite ways to prepare them, and in this episode Martha shows three of her favorites. First, she cooks a mushroom barley soup that's based on her mother's recipe. Next, she makes couscous royale, a great way to showcase a versatile grain. She finishes up with grits with broiled tomatoes, featuring bubbly cheddar cheese and crispy bacon. 
May 9
2:30 AM
Nick Stellino Cooking With Friends Michael Cimarusti, Day Boat Halibut Nick Stellino prepares Veal Chops with Garlic Lemon and Honey Sauce and Broiled Asparagus & Roasted Butternut Squash. Chef Stellino is then joined by Michael Cimarusti from Providence in Los Angeles who demonstrates Day Boat Halibut with Yukon Potatoes and Chive Blossoms. 
May 9
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Close to Home" This episode finds Andreas at his farm in Southern Norway. There, he and Miles Irving, a British forager, look for wild herbs. Then, they cook a meal from ingredients they find in the fields, as well as beef from local farms. Dishes include: wild Norwegian carpaccio, grilled sirloin with forest salad, and Sunday roast with oxtail sauce. 
May 9
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Nuremberg to Linz Burt starts off in Nuremberg with visits to the 900 year old Imperial Castle, the open farmers' market and his favorite spice cookie shop. Then he sails to Regensburg to visit the remains of an ancient Roman fort. Next he cruises through the Danube Gorge to Weltenburg Abbey where the Benedictine monks have been brewing one of Europe's great beers since 1050. In Linz, we learn about the Linzertorte and see the world's largest church organ. 
May 9
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
May 9
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Travel Gear Made Easy, Part 2 Stitch travel projects that "rock" with inspiration from Mary Mulari's ingenious creations.Author and designer Mary Mulari teams up with Nancy to make travel gear perfect for gifts or yourself. Learn the basics of making a travel trio bag set, a jewels and treats bag, a curling iron tote, a tee with secret pockets for valuables, and other travel inspired projects. Versatile designs—simple enough for beginners! 
May 9
5:00 AM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment.  
May 9
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick  Barry Kibrick interviews top thinkers, writers,business leaders, artists, and others, drawing out the essence of the subject and the layers that lie between the lines. 
May 9
5:57 AM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
May 9
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 9
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 9
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 9
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Sit and Be Fit Live in Central Park! From the producers of the award-winning health and fitness TV series comes new Sit and Be Fit exercise programming, Sit and Be Fit Live in Central Park!These two fun half-hour programs were taped on location at the iconic "Tavern on the Green" terrace in Manhattan's Central Park and feature host Mary Ann Wilson, RN, with a diverse group of New York City residents exercising outdoors. Wilson's gentle warmth as a host lends charm to the exercise programs which feature fun rehabilitative movements set to lively music. Exercising on location with NYC fans was part of Central Park's "Fitness Friday" events aimed at promoting active lifestyles. Wilson is joined on set by her daughter, Gretchen, who demonstrates seated versions of the standing exercises. 
May 9
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Where The Bison Roam Episode Description: When the Wild Kratts Team decides to explore the spot where early explorers Lewis and Clark first laid eyes on the American prairie, they discover that prairies and the amazing bison herds of yore are much harder to find these days. Science Concept: What is a prairie? 
May 9
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George Takes a Job, Parts I and II Curious George Takes a Job, Part I: Following his nose, George sniffs his way to Chef Pisghetti's Ristorante where he finds Gnocchi the cat being tormented by her enormous ribbon. While the Chef is cooking up a meal to tempt a restaurant critic, George and Gnocchi experiment with kitchen magic. They learn that when cooking, not everything becomes floppy like spaghetti and some things don't really belong in the pasta pot. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show properties of substances can be changed by heating and dissolving.Curious George Takes a Job, Part II: After George's success helping Chef Pisghetti impress the restaurant critic, the Chef suggests that George help his friend Mr. Glass wash the windows of his skyscraper - The Glass Palace. A perfect job for a little monkey! But maybe not a curious monkey because George can't help but be distracted by some amazing shadows he sees inside the windows. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To illustrate that light travels in straight lines and that an object placed in the path of light produces a shadow. 
May 9
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Gorillas in the Nest/Tale of a Dragon Gorillas in the NestSally and Nick have made a sleepover tent on the floor. But it's not very comfortable. The Cat's friend Gordon the Gorilla knows how to make a comfortable bed. Off to the Twisty-Misty Mountains to meet him! They discover that gorillas build nests to sleep in, with the dads sleeping on the ground and the moms and kids sleeping in a tree! Now Nick and Sally know how to make their own comfy cozy "nests" at home!Educational Objective: Mountain Gorillas make nests on the ground and in trees. The gorilla is shy and retiring rather than ferocious and treacherous.Tale of a DragonDragons don't really exist, but Cat knows some lizard friends who are oh-so like dragons! They can show Nick and Sally how to pretend to be dragons. The first one they meet is Ignacio the green iguana who shows them his spikes and dewlap. Then it's off to meet Draco the flying lizard who has wings! Kimora the komodo dragon is the last stop, she shows the kids her long wiggly tongue. Now, with some help from things around the house, Nick and Sally know just what they need to be dragons!Educational Objective: Dragons only live in our imaginations - but there are some real lizards who have body parts that would suit a dragon perfectly. 
May 9
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 inthe Talla-peg-a 20 race.Primary Content: More than, less thanSecondary Content: Solid shapesThe Big Gig Problem - The Farm. Peg and Cat need to round up the missing members of their touring band, the Electric Eleven, in time for their big gig for 100 chickens.Primary Content: Counting backwards from 11Secondary Content: Deductive reasoning, the twenties 
May 9
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Junior Conductor Jamboree/Troodon Train Day Junior Conductor JamboreeOur kids ride the Dinosaur Train from one end of the line to the other, through all three Time Periods -- from the Cretaceous, through the Jurassic, to the Triassic. All along the way, they pick up friends who join them for a Junior Conductor Jamboree!Troodon Train DayThe Pteranodon family rides to Troodon Town to celebrate Troodon Train Day, where the main event is a concert by King Cryolophosaurus, giving his first performance in years! When King comes down with some last-minute jitters, Buddy and Tiny help him overcome his stage fright and he sings a medley of his hits, including the Dinosaur Train theme song! 
May 9
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Rosita's Abuela Arrives Rosita's Spanish-speaking grandmother is on Sesame Street. Maria helps Rosita deal with her feelings about speaking a lot of Spanish around her friends and having to always translate for her Abuela.Educational Objectives: Self-Regulation 
May 9
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The McKenry Farm Roger uses acrylics for a small painting of a double silo on a farm in Tennessee with the BlueRidge mountains in the background. Sarah looks around the scenic farm. 
May 9
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Gone Fishing Host Eleanor Burns teaches her "Quilt in a Day" technique - making some of the most intricate designs simple. Her instructions are balanced with the fundamentals, history, and the traditions of quilting, which she communicates with her fun-loving humor.  
May 9
12:00 PM
Asia Biz Forecast  Using an extensive network of reporters and correspondents from across the region, the fast-paced, magazine-style program ASIA BIZ FORECAST presents the latest in Asia business news and trends. Produced in English and hosted by Shery Ahn.  
May 9
12:30 PM
Asian Voices  Hosted by NHK's senior commentator Aiko Doden, ASIAN VOICES investigates global and regional issues with Asia's top academics, economists and politicians.  
May 9
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 9
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts The Cake is a Lie This episode includes two short films: "Springtime" by Erica Liu and "Doubles with Slight Pepper" by Ian Harnarine. In "Springtime,"an 86-year-old pork sung maker quits her shop in rural Taiwan to head to the big city. In "Doubles with Slight Pepper,"a young Trinidadian street-vendor must decide if he will help save his estranged father's life despite their strained relationship. 
May 9
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. 
May 9
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Jacques Pepin & Paner You know a cooking technique is a true classic when it can be found around the world. On this episode, you'll find it right here on SIMPLY MING. The French call it "paner a l'anglaise." Ming and his guest, the great man himself, Jacques Pepin show you the technique. Watch as they cook on the fly together, using the paner technique and our mystery ingredients to launch two new dishes: Panko-Crusted Butter Fish with Wasabi-Avocado Cream & Mango and Paner au Beurre Turkey with Mushroom Ratatouille. 
May 9
3:30 PM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The Up in Smoke Spice may give barbecue its personality, but smoke is its heart and soul. This truth is obvious to anyone who has spent time in American barbecue country (in Texas or Kansas City, for example). What you may not realize is how universal smoking really is. In this show, you'll learn how to smoke Cousin Dave's chocolate chile ribs in an offset barrel smoker, Chinese-style duck in a water smoker, and ginger-stuffed smoked pears in a kettle grill. And because, as Raichlen's rule states: If something tastes good baked, fried, or sautéed, it probably tastes even better grilled.Smoked duck with Chinese seasoningsCousin Dave's chocolate chile ribsSmoke-roasted pears with lemon and ginger 
May 9
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Rustic Yet Refined Joanne makes us a classic Italian frico and then with her student Stephanie demonstrates how rustic and refined can work well together in the same meal, making a spiced lentil and herb salad and halibut wrapped in prosciutto.Recipes: Frico with Bacon and Potatoes, Prosciutto di San Daniele-Wrapped Halibut Fillet, and Spiced Lentils and Herb SaladStudent: Stephanie Gerbracht, Wine Sales 
May 9
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Spectacular Summar Salads After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
May 9
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 9
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 9
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 9
6:57 PM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
May 9
7:00 PM
In Focus with Eden Lane  Colorado has a vibrant arts community that ranges from theater, dance and music, to visual arts, writers, and so much more. While many know when large events come to town, you may not know about the wonderful things being created right here! IN FOCUS WITH EDEN LANE will work to keep you informed, so you can keep it all, in focus.  
May 9
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Peligrosa Arts In Context explores the process of creation through collaboration and the condition of living and working as an artist. In this documentary series visual arts, dance, music and culture are featured in hope to pique curiosity and inspire people to learn more about a subject, visit an exhibition, attend a performance or create and share something beautiful of their own and facilitate the dialogue between artists and audiences. 
May 9
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As KBDI's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. 
May 9
8:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
May 9
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company    
May 9
9:30 PM
Well Read  The weekly series WELL READ features lively, engaging conversations about ideas in literature. Host Terry Tazioli introduces the latest books — both fiction and non-fiction — and interviews noted authors about the themes in their latest works. This season features renowned authors Khaled Hosseini (And the Mountains Echoed), Temple Grandin (The Autistic Brain), Susan Orlean (Rin Tin Tin) and Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Elizabeth Strout (The Burgess Boys). Following each interview, Seattle Times book editor Mary Ann Gwinn (former vice president of the National Book Critics Circle) joins Tazioli to further explore the literary themes of the week's book and to recommend related authors and other reading material.  
May 9
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 9
10:57 PM
Head On Supreme's & Campaign Finance Limits Supreme's & Campaign Finance LimitsKrista: The Supreme Court recently ruled that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional. Although the cap of $123,200 per election is gone, individual contributions for president or Congress, currently set at $2,600 per election, remains in force. Susan: I went to my bank last week and asked to visit my savings and checking accounts. Although I spent an hour talking to my cash - the bills were unmoved completely . . .mute! Money is not speech. The founding fathers did not envision a set-aside for rich donors. Krista: Just as freedom of the press is exercised through printing presses, cameras, and other things which cost money, so too is freedom of speech. It costs money to buy posters, ads, flyers, mailers, and commercials. We give money to candidates and causes to get the word out. It's our right.Susan: When corporations spend unlimited dollars buying influence - oops I mean bumper stickers - that's not free speech. Nor are anonymous 527 committees or unlimited individual contributions. Money isn't speech. Corporations aren't people. Today's corruption makes Dick Nixon and his bagman -Bebe Rebozo, look like choirboys! 
May 9
11:00 PM
Earth: The Inside Story EARTH: The Inside Story traces the story of the ever-changing Earth, rewinding all the way back to its piecemeal beginnings four-and-a-half billion years ago and journeying through its sometimes tumultuous evolution to the present. Drawing on the latest scientific research, the film features the mighty geologic forces that built our planet from its sun-hot core to its life-sustaining atmosphere. It lends scientific perspective to a question often raised in light of recent news coverage of major earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, and extreme weather: Is Earth undergoing a period of increased geological upheaval? Three years in the making and shot on every continent, the film includes spectacular footage of the world's geologic hot spots from Mongolia to Antarctica; state-of-the-art 3D graphics; and interviews with leading earth scientists. 
May 10
12:00 AM
Civic Summit: Obesity, Weight Loss and Body Acceptance Civic Summit: Obesity, Weight Loss and Body Acceptance and is a conversation about the complex issues and experiences surrounding obesity and weight loss. Experts in the field of weight loss surgery, mental health, wellness and body acceptance discuss the struggles, stigma and prejudices faced by members of the obese community and the many options available to them. 
May 10
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
May 10
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Jacques Pepin & Paner You know a cooking technique is a true classic when it can be found around the world. On this episode, you'll find it right here on SIMPLY MING. The French call it "paner a l'anglaise." Ming and his guest, the great man himself, Jacques Pepin show you the technique. Watch as they cook on the fly together, using the paner technique and our mystery ingredients to launch two new dishes: Panko-Crusted Butter Fish with Wasabi-Avocado Cream & Mango and Paner au Beurre Turkey with Mushroom Ratatouille. 
May 10
2:30 AM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The Up in Smoke Spice may give barbecue its personality, but smoke is its heart and soul. This truth is obvious to anyone who has spent time in American barbecue country (in Texas or Kansas City, for example). What you may not realize is how universal smoking really is. In this show, you'll learn how to smoke Cousin Dave's chocolate chile ribs in an offset barrel smoker, Chinese-style duck in a water smoker, and ginger-stuffed smoked pears in a kettle grill. And because, as Raichlen's rule states: If something tastes good baked, fried, or sautéed, it probably tastes even better grilled.Smoked duck with Chinese seasoningsCousin Dave's chocolate chile ribsSmoke-roasted pears with lemon and ginger 
May 10
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Rustic Yet Refined Joanne makes us a classic Italian frico and then with her student Stephanie demonstrates how rustic and refined can work well together in the same meal, making a spiced lentil and herb salad and halibut wrapped in prosciutto.Recipes: Frico with Bacon and Potatoes, Prosciutto di San Daniele-Wrapped Halibut Fillet, and Spiced Lentils and Herb SaladStudent: Stephanie Gerbracht, Wine Sales 
May 10
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The Spectacular Summar Salads After two highly successful seasons, Jazzy Vegetarian returns for Season 3 on public television. Host Laura Theodore highlights her delicious and easy-to-prepare plant-based recipes, inspired by classic favorite American dishes. In each of the 13 episodes, Laura continues her signature style of creating innovative, yet familiar, vegan recipes everyone will love. Menus include: shish kebabs, burger and fries, spaghetti and 'wheatballs,' along with decadent desserts like blueberry 'cheeze'cake and black forest pecan pie - all made with no animals products, no eggs and no dairy. Laura will also provide a second cookbook featuring all of the recipes from the third season of the TV show, plus many more. 
May 10
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The McKenry Farm Roger uses acrylics for a small painting of a double silo on a farm in Tennessee with the BlueRidge mountains in the background. Sarah looks around the scenic farm. 
May 10
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day Gone Fishing Host Eleanor Burns teaches her "Quilt in a Day" technique - making some of the most intricate designs simple. Her instructions are balanced with the fundamentals, history, and the traditions of quilting, which she communicates with her fun-loving humor.  
May 10
5:00 AM
Asia Biz Forecast  Using an extensive network of reporters and correspondents from across the region, the fast-paced, magazine-style program ASIA BIZ FORECAST presents the latest in Asia business news and trends. Produced in English and hosted by Shery Ahn.  
May 10
5:30 AM
Asian Voices  Hosted by NHK's senior commentator Aiko Doden, ASIAN VOICES investigates global and regional issues with Asia's top academics, economists and politicians.  
May 10
6:00 AM
Caillou All Kinds of Weather Rain, sleet, sun, and snow: Caillou is amazed by all the ways that weather changes. He's nearly in a state during a thunderstorm until Dad explains what thunder is (and how to tell it's going away). Caillou also makes the best of a rainy day by splashing in puddles. And when a winter storm hits, Mom and Dad make a scary blackout into a fun indoor camping trip, complete with sleeping bags and marshmallows! Mom is making one of her special snowman cakes, which means Caillou and Rosie have to go to the shop with her to get the ingredients. Then Caillou gets lost in the shop...but it all works out fine in the end. On another day, when Caillou's kite-flying plans are defeated by rain, he creates a pirate ship in his living room. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn that with a little preparation they can have fun in all kinds of inclement weather: a counting routine helps us overcome the fear of scary thunder and lightning; we need warm clothes for a snowy day; the right rain gear lets us go outside and splash in the puddles - or if the rain is too ferocious, a little imagination will make staying at home into a magical adventure. And for the winter storms that might cause a power failure we need a handy supply of candles and flashlights and maybe a nice fire in the fireplace. A picnic blanket comes in handy too. 
May 10
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Take Your Time! Educational Objective: Learn the importance of taking your time and not rushing to get the job doneWhizzy Dizzy The team is building a new workshop for Bob, and Dizzy decides to show him she is the fastest machine on the job! As Bob and Wendy clear out the old workshop, Bob finds some things that are precious to him! Whizzing around to prove her speedy usefulness, Dizzy spills paint on the ground - and concrete into the tin of Grandpa Billy's tools! Then she quickly speeds off to recycle Bob's old frame! But when she returns, she discovers that not only has she set Grandpa Billy's tools into concrete; she's also thrown away Bob's precious frame!Dizzy has an idea to make up for the mistakes she's made. Wendy helps to mount the concreted tools in the rescued frame, and hang it over the door of the new workshop. When Bob sees his new sign, he's over the moon! Travis' New Garage The team has a big job today, building Travis a surprise garage.As Roley tries to find other lost things, he knocks over a pile of wood and then moves Wendy's saw without telling her. He even manages to whizz off into the fields and get himself lost!Bob and the team have to put down their tools and look for Roley. It's great to find lost things but not if it slows down the build. Now it looks like Travis's new garage won't be finished in time. Farmer Pickles had left a list of Travis' favorite things, to be put in his new garage to make him feel at home - but it's gone! When Roley puts the lost property skills to the test, he finds the list! Soon everything is gathered and Travis gets the garage he's always dreamed of! 
May 10
7:00 AM
Curious George Buoy Wonder/Roller Monkey Buoy Wonder: Today is a big day for Bill. He's entering his boat in the Model Boat Show! But George discovers that the boat sinks and to keep Bills hopes for a prize afloat, he decides to build a new boat. After some trial and error, George finds out which building materials sink and which float. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn about sinking and floating.Roller Monkey: A monkey on roller skates seems unlikely until Mr. And Mrs. Dulson ask George to wear a pair in front of their toy store to attract customers. George's skating rolls out of control, so Hundley steps in to help. Soon George, Hundley, and even Gnocchi find themselves learning about momentum and inertia at a rapid downhill pace. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show objects in motion. To understand the power of momentum. 
May 10
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Little Lemmings/Keep the Beat Little LemmingsIt's cold outside, but Nick and Sally want to keep playing. Is there a way to stay warm out in the cold? Cat's friend Lars the Lemming will know! He lives in the Wundra-Bundra-Tundra. It's cold out, but with Lars' fur coat, he doesn't even notice! They help Lars find a new home, one where there's more food for him and his family and they discover that he even uses the snow to help keep him warm! Back at home the kids wear two winter coats, but what's even warmer than that? Hot chocolate!Educational Objective: Norway Lemmings are well-suited to life above the Arctic Circle.Keep the BeatNick and Sally have been running around the backyard and now their chests are thumpity thumping! The Cat explains that that is their hearts boom boom booming! But why? wonders Sally. A visit to Dr. Giggles will answer that question. By shrinking down super small, they follow Dr. Giggles' directions to follow the path that blood takes, learning about how the heart is a pump. They watch Thing 2's heart beat faster when he runs, and slows down when he stops. With all this running around, their bodies are now making another sound - rumbling tummies! Educational Objective: How and why the heart beats. 
May 10
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Tree Problem/Another Tree Problem The Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. When Cat is stuck in a tree, Peg needs to figure out how to get him down using three giant gifts.Primary Content: Spatial sense, solving a puzzleSecondary Content: Direction, positionAnother Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. When Cat is stuck in a tree again Peg has to find a different way to get him down.Primary Content: Ordering objects by heightSecondary Content: Ordinal numbers 
May 10
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Shiny and Snakes/Tiny Loves Flowers Shiny and SnakesShiny gets over her fear of snakes when Tiny challenges the Nature Trackers to meet the ultimate snake: the Sanajeh, a huge Cretaceous snake from what is now India. Dad takes the kids on the Dinosaur Train to find Sana Sanajeh, who may be huge, but turns out to be quite friendly. Once Shiny and Sana become friends, Shiny returns home with the knowledge that snakes aren't scary - they're just another part of nature!Educational ObjectiveMany children (and adults) are afraid of any and all snakes, and even think of them as "evil" creatures. This episode teaches that most snakes are not harmful to us - and even do many things to help the natural world.Tiny Loves Flowers Tiny is horrified when her favorite buttercups all wilt, so Mom takes her and the family to the Big Pond, where she remembers seeing a whole lot of buttercups in bloom. On the way there, the Conductor gives the kids a visual lesson in "Nature's Life Cycle," explaining how a flower grows, blossoms, then wilts, and returns its seeds to the ground, to start the cycle all over again. Tiny finds her flowers at the Big Pond, both blooming and wilting, and can see nature's life cycle in action.Educational Objective Tiny and the kids learn about the plant life cycle and what flowers needs to survive - how they take energy from their environment and change it from one form to another; how they convert sunlight, water, and nutrients in the dirt into something beautiful to look at and smell. 
May 10
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Exciting Friends Gordon and FerdinandSir Topham Hatt welcomes Ferdinand to his railroad by letting him share Gordon's special. They will be taking the Lion of Sodor to the Summer House and Ferdinand will be Gordon's back engine, which Gordon isn't happy about. They pass workmen who cheer for Ferdinand (not for Gordon or the Lion of Sodor!). Gordon comes up with a plan to take the quiet tracks across the Fenland but he goes too fast and the Lion of Sodor falls into the river. Gordon realizes he was wrong to think he was grander than Ferdinand. Ferdinand helps Gordon to get the Lion of Sodor back and they take it to the Steam Works to get it gleaming again. Toby and BashSir Topham Hatt gives Bash a reward for being a Really Useful Engine. His reward is to spend the day with Toby to pick up the children at Knapford Station. Then they heave and haul slate to Brendham Docks. They are tired and Bash needs a rest so Toby brings him to Arlesdale End. Bash thinks Arlesdale is beautiful and Toby lets him sleep there. Toby thinks that Bash would like a home of his own on Sodor and they set out to find the perfect home. They visit the Fenlands but Bash is scared of the ducks and go to Farmer McColl's field but the cows scare Bash. Toby realizes that Bash just wants his home to remain on Misty Island. Toby takes Bash to Misty Island and he is happily back with Dash and Ferdinand.Educational Objective: Learn about cooperation and helping others 
May 10
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina and the Windy Children's Day/Angelina and Ms. Mimi's Dance Angelina and the Windy Children's DayIt's the mouselings' annual Children's Day celebration! When things go awry, the mouselings are disappointed and ready to throw in the towel. All of a sudden, something wonderful happens and Children's Day ends up being a huge success after all!Educational Objectives:• To introduce folk traditions• To explore traditions in other cultures• To demonstrate perseverance Angelina and Ms. Mimi's DanceMs. Mimi performs a special modern dance for the school. Angelina and her friends are very impressed! They can only dream of a day when dancing comes so easily. In a comic flashback, Ms. Mimi assures them that the dance wasn't nearly as easy as it looked! Educational Objectives:• To introduce modern dance• To demonstrate healthful ways to prepare for a dance performance, such as drinking plenty of water, getting enough rest, and warming up muscles to avoid injury• To illustrate the importance of striving to achieve a goal, even in the face of adversity• To demonstrate the importance of practice and perseverance 
May 10
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Thank You, Grandpere Tiger!/Neighborhood Thank You Day Thank You, Grandpere Tiger!- Grandpere Tiger comes to visit, but is only in town for a short while. Daniel is sad that Grandpere can't come to the special Thank You Day celebration later that day. Daniel learns to be thankful for the time they DO have together, and is then surprised when Grandpere appears at the celebration after all!Neighborhood Thank You Day- The neighborhood celebrates Thank You Day by putting notes in the Thank You Tree. Daniel isn't sure what to put in his note. When a gust of wind blows the notes off of the tree, Mr. McFeely saves the day by catching and delivering everybody's thank you notes!This episode deals with saying thank you and offers the strategy- Thank you for everything you do 
May 10
10:30 AM
Super Why! The Goose and the Golden Eggs Red's friends would love to try some of her delicious apples, but Red wants to keep them all for herself! The Super Readers venture into the story of the Goose and the Golden Eggs to visit an old man who is as protective of his special eggs as Red is of her delicious fruit. This old man must learn his lesson, before his golden goose flies the coop! And Red needs to find out how share with her friends.Educational Objectives: To learn about giving to friends, sing the alphabet and identify the letters M-O-R-E. Kids will practice the magic of spelling and find that the power to read can change the story. 
May 10
11:00 AM
Aviators, The  John Mohr, Barnstormer: We get to know the man who flies a stock 1947 Stearman like no one else on the planet.T-45 Goshawk: We explore the aircraft that introduces fighter pilots to carrier landings.Balloons: Quiet and peaceful, these mammoth bags of hot air require unique skills to fly. 
May 10
11:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Uruguay Equitrekking host Darley Newman travels to the small South American country of Uruguay to discover gaucho culture by visiting various estancias, riding with cowboys on the beach, taking in the coastal town of Punta del Este and tasting local foods in Montevideo. At an eco-friendly ranch that raises sheep and cattle, Darley learns about the area's mystical vibe on a ride to a section of mysterious stone cones and up to a high point with views of a Tibetan monastery. Over a morning cup of mate, a special tea popular throughout Uruguay, Darley talks with a local about the tradition behind this caffeinated drink and the proper way to prepare it. Then it's off to the beach to visit the attractions of popular Punta del Este and a city stop in Montevideo to eat at Mercado del Puerto. Darley goes horse riding on the beaches of Uruguay's northern border near Brazil, hearing the legends of pirates who once raided the shores. At a working cattle ranch, viewers meet real gauchos, learning about the nomadic life of these South American cowboys. At a third working estancia, Darley rides through area vineyards and explores the rugged terrain of the Sierras of Mahoma on horseback. 
May 10
12:00 PM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles.  
May 10
12:30 PM
Autoline Opening the Door on Interior Designs AUTOLINE is dedicated to reporting on, discussing and dissecting the inner workings of the auto industry and the products that it makes. Our website has several channels that carry our different programs, blog, and other information resources. AUTOLINE is often the first stop for auto executives, industry insiders, and consumers looking for the latest news about cars and the industry. Host John McElroy. "Autoline This Week" is an Emmy award-winning weekly half-hour talk show featuring top automotive executives and journalists from around the globe. The show focuses on topics that drive the industry and the men and women behind the wheel. John McElroy is the host of this television show as well as "Autoline Daily" the first industry webcast of industry news and analysis. McElroy also broadcasts five radio segments daily on WWJ Newsradio 950, the CBS affiliate in Detroit as well as a weekly blog for Autoblog.com and a monthly op-ed article for Ward's AutoWorld.Autoline has won numerous awards for over the years. In addition to our Emmy Autoline was awarded the International Wheels Awards for a documentary on "The Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise" as well as awards for "Challenge Bibendum" and "A Car Is Born."You can find more about Autoline, its network of programming as well as John McElroy himself at www.autoline.tv 
May 10
1:00 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Nuremberg to Linz Burt starts off in Nuremberg with visits to the 900 year old Imperial Castle, the open farmers' market and his favorite spice cookie shop. Then he sails to Regensburg to visit the remains of an ancient Roman fort. Next he cruises through the Danube Gorge to Weltenburg Abbey where the Benedictine monks have been brewing one of Europe's great beers since 1050. In Linz, we learn about the Linzertorte and see the world's largest church organ. 
May 10
1:30 PM
Art Wolfe's Travels To The Edge Mexico: Baja Both an ocean oasis and isolated desert, the northern part of the narrow Baja peninsula is home to a surprising variety of plant and animal life. In episode nine, after a voyage on the Sea of Cortez in search of migrating gray whales, Art Wolfe ventures inland through the unforgiving Cataviña desert and discovers a photographer's playground of light and magical landscapes. 
May 10
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope  Award-winning travel journalist and author Joseph Rosendo shares his personal perspective on cultural tourism from spots close to home as well as exotic locations. 
May 10
2:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING takes viewers on a culinary journey with host Pete Evans, Australia's top celebrity chef, and the most innovative food artisans across the United States. Each of the 13 half-hour episodes features a pop-up feast in settings from California's wine country to the bustling skyline of NYC, where Pete and local chefs source the finest ingredients and work against the clock to prepare a multi-course menu for a ravenous group of foodies. 
May 10
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World Estonia The old town in the capital city of Talinn is Europe's best-restored medieval town with streets and buildings that recall the days of the Hanseatic League but whose cafes, art galleries, hotels, and restaurants today appeal to both sophisticated as well as first-time travelers. Venture into the countryside of Estonia, to the large island of Saaremaa and the much smaller island of Muhu, where you'll find windmills, thatch-roofed farmhouses and quiet waters. Of special interest is a candid interview with Mart Laar, the prime minister who took over a country that was an economic and psychological basket case following the withdrawal of Soviet troops and-with the help of a flat tax-turned Estonia into one of Europe's most dynamic and forward-thinking little countries. 
May 10
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Surprising Bulgaria Bulgaria is a time warp of old and new—from chic shops in the city to donkey cars in the country. We hike to a mountain monastery, meet two sculptors (dad does Stalin, son does nudes), and enjoy a traditional dinner feast at a local home. 
May 10
4:00 PM
Globe Trekker  GLOBE TREKKER transports viewers to unforgettable destinations through its stunning photography, rhythmic indigenous music and spirit of adventure. In each episode, one vibrant young traveler ventures off-the-beaten path to soak up the local culture, sample the cuisine and revel in breathtaking vistas. In keeping with their aim of "living as the locals do," charismatic hosts Ian Wright, Justine Shapiro, Zay Harding, Megan McCormick and others explore everything from big-city landmarks to exotic sights in remote villages. The ninth season features brand-new episodes filmed in Madrid, Barcelona, Senegal and Cape Verde, the Caribbean Islands, Antarctica, Brazil and Tibet.  
May 10
5:00 PM
A Simple Piece of Paper What happens when a state allows adopted citizens to have their original birth certificates? In 2011, Illinois became the largest state in the Union to reverse sealed records laws, providing adult adoptees access to the document recording their birth. 'A Simple Piece of Paper' tells the story of over a dozen adoptees, as they open their records. Their collective experiences provoke a new question: what would have happened if the records had been opened sooner? 
May 10
6:00 PM
NOVA Wild Predator Invasion Over the last few centuries we have shot, trapped and skinned the predators that formerly thrived at the top of the food chain in the wild. Wild bears, wolves and big cats are all in retreat, and a growing number of scientists are discovering that by eliminating predators, we have changed the environment. Removing predators from the wild has thrown ecosystems off-kilter, triggering domino effects that scientists are just beginning to understand. In Wild Predator Invasion, NOVA follows scientists who are trying out a simple but controversial solution: returning apex predators-like wolves, bears, and panthers-to their natural environments. Can these newly reintroduced predators restore the natural balance of their ecosystems without threatening the humans who live among them? 
May 10
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Queens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone Age performs rock anthems from its latest LP ... Like Clockwork. 
May 10
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den  Live from the Artists Den features extraordinary artists performing in extraordinary settings. Each episode of this innovative new series presents an intimate, invitation-only concert by cutting-edge, contemporary musicians, along with artist interviews and insights about the unconventional venues chosen. 
May 10
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Elliot Woolsey & The Outfit Sid Pink hosts this episode featuring Denver-based comedian Elliot Woolsey and The Outfit - a four-piece indie rock band that offers an earnest take on garage rock revival, championing straightforward, back-to-basics pop songwriting with unapologetic sincerity. Their guitars chime and hum with undiscerning admiration toward both new and old schools of rock, as clever melodies and an energetic rhythm section propel the songs with a youthful excitement. 
May 10
9:30 PM
Sounds on 29th Kristen Rand & Sara Belle Denver artist Sara Belle loves fuzz pedals, bright pop harmonies, one-note guitar solos, and 60's girl groups. In this performance, Sara Belle invites accordion player Dylan Lenz (Blind Man Deaf Boy), bass player Dave Reeves (The Maybellines) and drummer Ryan Heller (Lawsuit Models) to play a selection of her favorite 60s and 60s-inspired French classics. Hosted by Sid Pink, this episode also features Kristin Rand - stand up and sketch comedienne extraordinaire. 
May 10
10:00 PM
Independent Lens The Trials of Muhammad Ali This documentary covers Muhammad Ali's toughest bout, his battle to overturn his five-year prison sentence for refusing U.S. military service. The film traces a formative period in Ali's life, one unknown to young people and neglected by those who remember him as a boxer but overlook how controversial he was when he first took center stage. Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali and found himself in the crosshairs of conflicts concerning civil rights, religion and wartime dissent. This film zeroes in on the years 1967 to 1970, when Ali lived in exile within the U.S., stripped of his heavyweight belt and banned from boxing, sacrificing fame and fortune on principle. 
May 10
11:30 PM
POV Neurotypical Explore autism from the point of view of autistic people themselves. Four-year-old Violet, teenaged Nicholas and adult Paula occupy different positions on the autism spectrum, but they are all at pivotal moments in their lives. How they and the people around them work out their perceptual and behavioral differences becomes a remarkable reflection of the "neurotypical" world — the world of the non-autistic — revealing inventive adaptations on each side and an emerging critique of both what it means to be normal and what it means to be human. By Adam Larsen. 
May 11
12:30 AM
Big Mo: Bare Bones Big Mo has been playing the blues for 30 years originally starting in Germany and soon transitioning to America where he founded the Full Moon Band. In this show, taped in his home base of northern California, BIg Mo plays some of his favorite songs with help form his good friends Volker Strifler, Bob Littel, Mike Emmerson and Joe Craven. 
May 11
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Elliot Woolsey & The Outfit Sid Pink hosts this episode featuring Denver-based comedian Elliot Woolsey and The Outfit - a four-piece indie rock band that offers an earnest take on garage rock revival, championing straightforward, back-to-basics pop songwriting with unapologetic sincerity. Their guitars chime and hum with undiscerning admiration toward both new and old schools of rock, as clever melodies and an energetic rhythm section propel the songs with a youthful excitement. 
May 11
1:30 AM
Sounds on 29th Kristen Rand & Sara Belle Denver artist Sara Belle loves fuzz pedals, bright pop harmonies, one-note guitar solos, and 60's girl groups. In this performance, Sara Belle invites accordion player Dylan Lenz (Blind Man Deaf Boy), bass player Dave Reeves (The Maybellines) and drummer Ryan Heller (Lawsuit Models) to play a selection of her favorite 60s and 60s-inspired French classics. Hosted by Sid Pink, this episode also features Kristin Rand - stand up and sketch comedienne extraordinaire. 
May 11
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Queens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone Age performs rock anthems from its latest LP ... Like Clockwork. 
May 11
3:00 AM
Corey Harris: Journeys MacArthur Fellow Corey Harris live in concert with the Rasta Blues Experience, harmonica virtuoso Phil Wiggins, and special guest Thornetta Davis. Playing acoustic and electric instruments, solo, duets, trios, and with the full band, Corey explores musical traditions from Mali to Mississippi and beyond, weaving an exquisite and seamless tapestry from diverse musical threads. 
May 11
4:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den  Live from the Artists Den features extraordinary artists performing in extraordinary settings. Each episode of this innovative new series presents an intimate, invitation-only concert by cutting-edge, contemporary musicians, along with artist interviews and insights about the unconventional venues chosen. 
May 11
5:00 AM
Austin City Limits Queens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone Age performs rock anthems from its latest LP ... Like Clockwork. 
May 11
6:00 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
May 11
6:30 AM
Religion & Ethics Newsweekly  RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY provides insightful coverage of the rich world of religion and ethics news - offering meaningful and compelling features and profiles of the people, trends, values and spiritual life that exist behind the headlines. Through live reports from the show's studios in Washington, DC, and taped reports from the field, the program offers a mix of top news and important stories affecting the world's broad religious landscape, as well as the challenges raised by difficult ethical issues. Newsmakers, scholars and historians offer perspectives and analysis of significant events affecting the faith community, while personal profiles explore the different ways people express their faith.  
May 11
7:00 AM
Mass For Shut-ins  This televised Catholic mass enables the elderly, homebound and physically ailing to get the word of God.  
May 11
7:30 AM
Misa Dominical en Español  Misa Dominical en Español  
May 11
8:00 AM
CEM: The New Health Conversation  Conscious Evolution Media (CEM) - a media network created by Coach Steve Toth - strives to assist all people in becoming self-evolving beings, able to adapt in whatever directions are necessary for future evolutionary success on Internet-TV, Cable-TV and Public Television. The CEM series THE NEW HEALTH CONVERSATION educates and answers tough questions about the increase in illnesses caused by toxicity in our food supply and environment.  
May 11
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dinosaur Big City Part 1/Dinosaur Big City Part 2 Dinosaur Big City Part 1Buddy and the Pteranodon family begin their journey on the Dinosaur Train, gathering all their Theropod friends together to travel to a really big Theropod Club Convention which is being held in Laramidia, the "Dinosaur Big City"!Educational ObjectiveLaramidia was an island continent that existed during the Late Cretaceous period, when the Western Interior Seaway split the continent of North America in two. Dinosaur Big City Part 2The Pteranodon family continues their journey to the Theropod Convention in Laramidia, the Dinosaur Big City! Among the Theropod dinosaurs that ride the Train with them is King Cryolophosaurus, who sings his songs "Big Ol' Whistle-Stop Rock-n-Roll Dinosaur Tour" and "Whole Lotta Theropods"!Educational ObjectiveTheropods were a large classification of carnivorous dinosaurs that had three-toed feet, lots of teeth, a long tail for balancing, and a great sense of smell! 
May 11
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Good Morning, Daniel/Goodnight, Daniel Good Morning, Daniel- It's a typical morning in the Tiger household, and Daniel has to get ready for school. Daniel's playing and imagining distracts him from his routine. Will he make it in time for Trolley?!Good Night, Daniel- Tonight, Daniel is playing as SUPER Daniel! After dinner, he must follow his nighttime routine even though he would rather play. Eventually, Daniel learns that even super heroes get sleepy!This episode deals with morning and bedtime routines and offers two different strategies: Morning- Clothes on, eat breakfast, brush teeth, put on shoes and off to schooool!Night- Bedtiiiiiime! Bath, brush teeth, pjs, story and a soooong! 
May 11
9:30 AM
Super Why! The Foolish Wishes Whyatt gets to pick one toy from the Toy Store but there are just too many choices! Will he select a race car, a comic book or even a Giant Magic Bubble Potion? The Super Readers meet a farmer and his wife who face an even more difficult decision - how to use three magic wishes. They need to figure out how to make a decision and help the impulsive farmer before he wastes all his chances on foolish things. Or will the couple ends up living out their days in a house made of sausages?Educational Objectives: To learn about choices, practice alphabet skills and the magic of spelling and use the power to read to change the story and save the day! 
May 11
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid  SID THE SCIENCE KID, The Jim Henson Company's first series for PBS KIDS that features a practical in-school science curriculum, uses music and humor to celebrate children's natural curiosity about science in everyday life. The energetic and inquisitive Sid starts each episode with a new question ("Why are my shoes shrinking?" "Why do bananas get mushy?") and embarks on a fun-filled day of finding answers with the help of family and friends. 
May 11
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts The Gecko Effect There's a mystery to be solved by the Wild Kratts team, as they try to uncover how a Gecko lizard climbs up smooth surfaces so easily. They use the solution to help them escape from a glass terrarium where they have been imprisoned by Zach Varmitech, so he can steal their miniaturizer.Science Concepts: Physics - Objects have electrical charges that attract one another. The gecko's toe pad structure enhances these charges so much that they can "stick to" smooth surfaces. 
May 11
11:00 AM
Arthur Opposites Distract/Just the Ticket Opposites Distract - Arthur and Buster have always been best friends. But when a leaky roof forces Arthur to study in Buster's room, they quickly discover that they make better friends than roommates. Educational Objective: Arthur and Buster learn that they can still be friends, even if they don't always agree.Just the Ticket - Arthur's ecstatic when he wins free concert tickets on the radio. They're even in the front-row! Problem is, he can only take one friend. Let the pestering begin!Educational Objective: Arthur learns that some things really are too good to be true. 
May 11
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks T.D. Gives A Report/Martha's Canine Cleaners T.D. Gives A Report When T.D. finds out the Pony Express wasn't a train for horses, he's crushed. It was the only thing worth doing a report on for Mrs. Clusky's class. Helen tries to spark his interests in other topics, but it just won't work. Is there anything he can get passionate enough about to research? Martha's Canine Cleaners Lily needs help. She tore a pillow while she was sleeping. Canine Cleaners Martha and Skits answer the call...and make things a whole lot worse. Can they clean up their mess made before Milo's dad gets home? 
May 11
12:00 PM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram. 
May 11
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Kevin visits Santa Fe and explores the Santa Fe style of architecture. Then he installs a shade sail over a deck to cut down on sun exposure. Roger shows the proper way to use a wheelbarrow. And Richard installs a hybrid water heater that saves energy. 
May 11
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Exteriors Find out how multiple elements are blended to create harmonious exteriors. 
May 11
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  Kids, young and old are fascinated with a vegetable garden. Where do vegetables come from, how does one plant and care for the vegetable garden? GardenSMART visits with an expert who shares her time tested techniques. Be sure to tune in. 
May 11
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  Off the coast of Maine, catch lobster and learn about the sustainability issues faced by the local captains. Then meet a unique man who's discovered a way of life that feeds his soul while harvesting seaweed to feed others. Staying on the water, head to Maryland and learn about the virtues of oyster farms and their critical role in helping preserve natural resources. Back in the Victory Garden, Roger demonstrates how to prepare a garden bed and plants leeks and tomatoes, while Chef Marian prepares a broccoli and crabmeat quiche. 
May 11
2:30 PM
Dig In  Each week Dig In shot on location in Denver offers gardening and cooking techniques. Luan Akin from Tagawa's and Chef Mick share great gift ideas for your culinary friends  
May 11
3:00 PM
Growing Bolder A Beautiful View Finding His Purpose Late in LifeArtist Robert Sutz is a messenger for beautiful people filled with horrific memories. Sutz, 82, is creating what he calls irrefutable evidence of one of the darkest chapters in human history -- the Holocaust. He calls it proof for those who don't believe and a painful reminder to those who might forget.Life From the View of a CanoeRod Price was a successful businessman, but he wasn't happy. Then he discovered his passion in the grueling endurance sport of Adventure Canoeing. Now, more than 200 wins later, he has rediscovered his zest for life, and at 51, he has never been happier.King of the RoadAn unlikely corporate icon, Bruce Rossmeyer parlayed street smarts and a willingness to gamble into a major business empire. In a GB exclusive, we visited Rossmeyer shortly before his tragic death and found a man motivated not by money, but by fun. 
May 11
3:30 PM
My Generation Share Your Passion Is Big Brother Watching you? Rate your doctor on-line. Avoid "work from home" scams. Actor Dennis Quaid works to curb medical mistakes. Celebrity chef Guy Fieri has creative ways to satisfy your cravings without tipping the scales. 
May 11
4:00 PM
Inside E Street The Future of Home Sweet Home: Part II Guests:James Corless, Director of Transportation for America Katherine Freund, Founder Independent Transportation Network In the second part of our series, "The Future of Home Sweet Home," we take a look at another key issue of "aging-in-place," transportation. More and more Americans are choosing to retire close to home, and with that choice comes the added concern of mobility. Limited funding from the federal government is forcing state and local governments, as well as many non-profits, to come up with ways to keep citizens on the move.Joining us in the studio is James Corless, the Director of Transportation for America, and Katherine Freund, the founder of Independent Transportation Network. Mr. Corless discusses the current state of the US transportation system and what the future has in-store. Also, Independent Transportation Network's founder, Katherine Freund, details their innovative nationwide service that's helping many Americans get around. Segment 3: Turning to 2 Wheels 
May 11
4:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Treating Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma The powerful and informative health and wellness series, Healthy Body, Healthy Mind continues with a strong line-up of topics for its 23rd series. Uplifting and energizing, this award-winning series explores the personal side of health breakthroughs in treatment, prevention and research with well-told real stories of doctors, scientists and patients. Host Scott McFarland, MD, is the Medical Director, Emergency Department, of the Palm Beach Gardens (Florida) Medical Center.Every episode focuses on the stories of real people who are working to make life better for themselves and their families, despite tremendous medical obstacles. In addition to compelling stories, hear advice from top experts in the fields of health and wellness and learn about the latest technological advancements that will bring you to the cutting edge of medicine. 
May 11
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Anaheim, Part 1 In Anaheim, California, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Philip Weiss travel to the Queen Mary to talk about ocean liner memorabilia. Highlights include a "You Bet Your Life" prop duck, one of two duck props made for the "You Bet Your Life" television show; two sketches by pop star Michael Jackson, ca. 1973, that were given to the owner by Jackson in a tenth-grade art class; and a Frederic Church oil painting, ca. 1867, that once belonged to the owner's great-aunt, who was married to the artist, and is now appraised for $100,000 to $150,000. 
May 11
6:00 PM
Chef Driven Caramels and Spirits Ellen Daehnick, owner of Hellimae's Handcrafted Caramels, joins Frank Bonanno in the kitchen to demonstrate her caramel-making technique. Together, Bonanno and Daehnick prepare the perfect pie crust for a caramel apple pie and Green Russell bartender Adam Hodak pairs a dessert cocktail. Bonanno and Chris Gregory tour Leopold Bros with founder Todd Leopold to learn the craft of small batch distilling. 
May 11
6:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Restaurateur Chef Bloomfield wrestles with the questions every aspiring new or expanding veteran chef has to confront: What does it take to open a new restaurant? What happens if you are fortunate enough to make it past year one? How do you stay relevant? Do you keep serving what made you famous? Do you branch out and try something totally new? These are questions for reflection as April and her business partner, Ken Friedman, explore the challenges of opening their first out-of-state venture in San Francisco: Tosca. April is inspired by a local morning bun, and she's busy in the kitchen testing and tasting dishes for her new menu. 
May 11
7:00 PM
Independent Lens Muscle Shoals / Waiting for a Train: The Toshio Hirano Story Located alongside the Tennessee River, Muscle Shoals, Alabama, is the unlikely breeding ground for some of America's most creative and defiant music. Under the spiritual influence of the "Singing River," as Native Americans called it, the music of Muscle Shoals has helped create some of the most important and resonant songs of all time. At its heart is Rick Hall, who founded FAME Studios. Overcoming crushing poverty and staggering tragedies, Hall brought black and white together in Alabama's cauldron of racial hostility to create music for the generations. He is responsible for creating the "Muscle Shoals sound" and the Swampers, the house band at FAME that eventually left to start its own successful studio, Muscle Shoals Sound. In this joyful film, Greg Allman, Bono, Clarence Carter, Mick Jagger, Etta James, Alicia Keys, Keith Richards, Percy Sledge and others bear witness to Muscle Shoals' magnetism and mystery, and why it remains influential today.This program will air with the short film "Waiting For A Train: The Toshio Hirano Story" 
May 11
9:00 PM
POV Listening Is an Act of Love: A StoryCorps Special The first-ever animated special from StoryCorps celebrates the transformative power of listening. The special features six stories from 10 years of the innovative oral history project, when everyday people sit down together to share memories and tackle life's important questions. Framing these intimate conversations from across the country is an interview between StoryCorps founder Dave Isay and his inquisitive 9-year-old nephew, Benji, animated in the inimitable visual style of the Rauch Brothers. 
May 11
9:30 PM
Film School Shorts The Cake is a Lie This episode includes two short films: "Springtime" by Erica Liu and "Doubles with Slight Pepper" by Ian Harnarine. In "Springtime,"an 86-year-old pork sung maker quits her shop in rural Taiwan to head to the big city. In "Doubles with Slight Pepper,"a young Trinidadian street-vendor must decide if he will help save his estranged father's life despite their strained relationship. 
May 11
10:00 PM
A Simple Piece of Paper What happens when a state allows adopted citizens to have their original birth certificates? In 2011, Illinois became the largest state in the Union to reverse sealed records laws, providing adult adoptees access to the document recording their birth. 'A Simple Piece of Paper' tells the story of over a dozen adoptees, as they open their records. Their collective experiences provoke a new question: what would have happened if the records had been opened sooner? 
May 11
11:00 PM
Chef Driven Caramels and Spirits Ellen Daehnick, owner of Hellimae's Handcrafted Caramels, joins Frank Bonanno in the kitchen to demonstrate her caramel-making technique. Together, Bonanno and Daehnick prepare the perfect pie crust for a caramel apple pie and Green Russell bartender Adam Hodak pairs a dessert cocktail. Bonanno and Chris Gregory tour Leopold Bros with founder Todd Leopold to learn the craft of small batch distilling. 
May 11
11:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Restaurateur Chef Bloomfield wrestles with the questions every aspiring new or expanding veteran chef has to confront: What does it take to open a new restaurant? What happens if you are fortunate enough to make it past year one? How do you stay relevant? Do you keep serving what made you famous? Do you branch out and try something totally new? These are questions for reflection as April and her business partner, Ken Friedman, explore the challenges of opening their first out-of-state venture in San Francisco: Tosca. April is inspired by a local morning bun, and she's busy in the kitchen testing and tasting dishes for her new menu. 
May 12
12:00 AM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram. 
May 12
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Kevin visits Santa Fe and explores the Santa Fe style of architecture. Then he installs a shade sail over a deck to cut down on sun exposure. Roger shows the proper way to use a wheelbarrow. And Richard installs a hybrid water heater that saves energy. 
May 12
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Exteriors Find out how multiple elements are blended to create harmonious exteriors. 
May 12
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  Kids, young and old are fascinated with a vegetable garden. Where do vegetables come from, how does one plant and care for the vegetable garden? GardenSMART visits with an expert who shares her time tested techniques. Be sure to tune in. 
May 12
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  Off the coast of Maine, catch lobster and learn about the sustainability issues faced by the local captains. Then meet a unique man who's discovered a way of life that feeds his soul while harvesting seaweed to feed others. Staying on the water, head to Maryland and learn about the virtues of oyster farms and their critical role in helping preserve natural resources. Back in the Victory Garden, Roger demonstrates how to prepare a garden bed and plants leeks and tomatoes, while Chef Marian prepares a broccoli and crabmeat quiche. 
May 12
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Three Column Round Table This is a masterpiece that comes from an old family vineyard. The three turned legs really make this desirable table shine! Aged white oak is the wood of choice. Finishing techniques cover easy-to-use wood staining tips. 
May 12
3:00 AM
Inside E Street The Future of Home Sweet Home: Part II Guests:James Corless, Director of Transportation for America Katherine Freund, Founder Independent Transportation Network In the second part of our series, "The Future of Home Sweet Home," we take a look at another key issue of "aging-in-place," transportation. More and more Americans are choosing to retire close to home, and with that choice comes the added concern of mobility. Limited funding from the federal government is forcing state and local governments, as well as many non-profits, to come up with ways to keep citizens on the move.Joining us in the studio is James Corless, the Director of Transportation for America, and Katherine Freund, the founder of Independent Transportation Network. Mr. Corless discusses the current state of the US transportation system and what the future has in-store. Also, Independent Transportation Network's founder, Katherine Freund, details their innovative nationwide service that's helping many Americans get around. Segment 3: Turning to 2 Wheels 
May 12
3:30 AM
My Generation Share Your Passion Is Big Brother Watching you? Rate your doctor on-line. Avoid "work from home" scams. Actor Dennis Quaid works to curb medical mistakes. Celebrity chef Guy Fieri has creative ways to satisfy your cravings without tipping the scales. 
May 12
4:00 AM
Tracks Ahead Saxony Narrow Gauge Railways Tracks Ahead visits the German state of Saxony to see narrow gauge steam line; Enjoy a large Lionel club layout in Levittown, New York; visit a combination freight and passenger railroad in Pennsylvania; and visit a 7 ½ inch gauge steam line in Pennsylvania. 
May 12
4:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Uruguay Equitrekking host Darley Newman travels to the small South American country of Uruguay to discover gaucho culture by visiting various estancias, riding with cowboys on the beach, taking in the coastal town of Punta del Este and tasting local foods in Montevideo. At an eco-friendly ranch that raises sheep and cattle, Darley learns about the area's mystical vibe on a ride to a section of mysterious stone cones and up to a high point with views of a Tibetan monastery. Over a morning cup of mate, a special tea popular throughout Uruguay, Darley talks with a local about the tradition behind this caffeinated drink and the proper way to prepare it. Then it's off to the beach to visit the attractions of popular Punta del Este and a city stop in Montevideo to eat at Mercado del Puerto. Darley goes horse riding on the beaches of Uruguay's northern border near Brazil, hearing the legends of pirates who once raided the shores. At a working cattle ranch, viewers meet real gauchos, learning about the nomadic life of these South American cowboys. At a third working estancia, Darley rides through area vineyards and explores the rugged terrain of the Sierras of Mahoma on horseback. 
May 12
5:00 AM
Motorweek  As the first place to see new vehicle road tests, MOTORWEEK puts viewers in the driver's seat with timely delivery of vehicle comparisons, fuel-efficient options and consumer-oriented news and feature stories. Hosted by nationally acclaimed car expert John Davis, MOTORWEEK travels America and the world, bringing viewers the latest on automotive technologies and new car and truck models. MOTORWEEK is television's leading source for auto news and entertainment, empowering drivers of all ages and inspiring enthusiasts in all lifestyles.  
May 12
5:30 AM
Autoline Opening the Door on Interior Designs AUTOLINE is dedicated to reporting on, discussing and dissecting the inner workings of the auto industry and the products that it makes. Our website has several channels that carry our different programs, blog, and other information resources. AUTOLINE is often the first stop for auto executives, industry insiders, and consumers looking for the latest news about cars and the industry. Host John McElroy. "Autoline This Week" is an Emmy award-winning weekly half-hour talk show featuring top automotive executives and journalists from around the globe. The show focuses on topics that drive the industry and the men and women behind the wheel. John McElroy is the host of this television show as well as "Autoline Daily" the first industry webcast of industry news and analysis. McElroy also broadcasts five radio segments daily on WWJ Newsradio 950, the CBS affiliate in Detroit as well as a weekly blog for Autoblog.com and a monthly op-ed article for Ward's AutoWorld.Autoline has won numerous awards for over the years. In addition to our Emmy Autoline was awarded the International Wheels Awards for a documentary on "The Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise" as well as awards for "Challenge Bibendum" and "A Car Is Born."You can find more about Autoline, its network of programming as well as John McElroy himself at www.autoline.tv 
May 12
5:56 AM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
May 12
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 12
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 12
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 12
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Sit and Be Fit Live in Central Park! From the producers of the award-winning health and fitness TV series comes new Sit and Be Fit exercise programming, Sit and Be Fit Live in Central Park!These two fun half-hour programs were taped on location at the iconic "Tavern on the Green" terrace in Manhattan's Central Park and feature host Mary Ann Wilson, RN, with a diverse group of New York City residents exercising outdoors. Wilson's gentle warmth as a host lends charm to the exercise programs which feature fun rehabilitative movements set to lively music. Exercising on location with NYC fans was part of Central Park's "Fitness Friday" events aimed at promoting active lifestyles. Wilson is joined on set by her daughter, Gretchen, who demonstrates seated versions of the standing exercises. 
May 12
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Blowfish Blowout When the miniaturized Kratt Brothers get swept up and lost in a current of plankton, they become part of a crowd of fish larva all headed to the most populated and diverse habitat on Earth - the coral reef.Science Concept: Early life cycle of reef fish and volume measurement. 
May 12
8:00 AM
Curious George Zeros to Donuts/Curious George, Stain Remover Zeros to Donuts: When George learns about the meaning and power of zero, he is ready to test out his knowledge. The perfect opportunity arises when he's sent to the donut shop for one dozen donuts. But when he adds a couple of zeros, he's surprised to find out he gets one hundred dozen. Now he has to figure out what to do with all those extra donuts before The Man with the Yellow Hat notices. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To develop an initial understanding of the importance of zero and the relative magnitude of numbers with a zero.Curious George, Stain Remover: George spills grape juice on the new rug and needs to figure out a way to clean it up before The Man with the Yellow Hat returns! Too much soap and too much water make matters worse. With the help of the barnyard animals (and some simple engineering), George uses the Renkins' water pump to clean up the mess. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate how to move heavy objects using simple engineering. 
May 12
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Digging the Deep/Puddle Puzzle Digging The DeepNick and Sally are exploring how deep they can dig in the sandbox. The Cat arrives to whisk them away to the deepest place he knows - the bottom of the Swirly Whirly Ocean! They meet up with Aurilia the Angler fish who guides them to the very bottom of the ocean floor. Now that they've gone as deep as deep can be, it's off to find the next adventure!Educational Objective: Exploring the different levels of the ocean environment, down through the deep Twilight Zone to the ocean floor. Puddle PuzzleNick and Sally are excited to jump in the giant puddle in their backyard - but it's gone! Where did it go? With the help of Cat's Seussian camera, they see that the puddle has turned into water vapour. Off they go to the Bluey Blue Sky to follow their puddle. They discover that the water vapor rises high into the sky, then cools off and falls as rain. They go back home and are delighted to see that their puddle is back.Educational Objective: The sun turns water into vapor, which rises up to form clouds. As the air cools, the water vapor condenses back into water droplets, which soon return to the earth again, as rain. 
May 12
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Arch Villain Problem/The Straight and Narrow Problem The Arch Villain Problem - Mathtropolis. When the Arch Villain wreaks havoc on the city of Mathtropolis by turning everything into arches, Super Peg and Cat Guy come to the rescue.Primary Content: Arches, finding arches in other shapesSecondary Content: Counting backwards from 9, counting by threesThe Straight and Narrow Problem - Mathtropolis. Super Peg and Cat Guy trail the Arch Villain, who has given up his arch ways and gone on a rampage with straight and narrow shapes instead.Primary Content: Understanding straight, narrow, curvedSecondary Content: Counting sides to determine shapes (rectangles, triangles, squares), counting by tens to 100 
May 12
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Buddy Explores the Tyrannosaurs/Rainy Day Fight Buddy Explores the TyrannosaursBuddy, an adopted T. rex, wishes he knew more about his T. rex ancestors. So, Dad takes him and Tiny on the Dinosaur Train back to the early Cretaceous, to visit an ancestor: an earlier version of Tyrannosaurus rex called Raptorex. Rodney Raptorex is a kid who won't grow up to be as big as Buddy will, but the two boys find that they not only have a lot of differences, they have a lot in common, too. Educational Objectives There were many other types of tyrannosaurs that came before T. rex. And many of these species died out before Buddy's time. The giant T. rex evolved from ancestors that were small-bodied, long-armed, covered with feathers, and not much bigger than Velociraptor.Rainy Day FightThe kids are stuck cooped up in the nest for a long, rainy spell which leads to them fighting. Mom tells them that the rain has stopped enough that they can leave the nest - but she gives them an assignment: to go find their own "calm space," where they can calm down enough to get along with each other again. It works - each kid finds something in nature that helps him or her to calm down and be friends again.Educational Objectives After the kids have a fight, Mom sends each kid out (into nature of course) to find their calm space, and in doing so, make observations about nature that increases their connection to nature. The kids model fun ways that children can go outside and interact with nature. This story clearly makes the connection between nature exploration and emotional well-being. 
May 12
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Grandparents Celebration Elmo is disappointed his grandparents will miss the Grandparents Celebration but feels better after spending time with Baby Bear and Rosita's grandparents.Educational Objectives: Social/Emotional Development 
May 12
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Heaven on Earth, Part 5 Final details, highlights, cabin, etc. In the final segment, Jerry paints in the cabin in the background then details and highlights it. Now he puts the final accent highlights on the large trees, waterfall, and middle and foreground. Now he finishes up the painting using the script brush for weeds and miscellaneous details. 
May 12
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily In, Around, and Through Take knitting and crochet beyond simple stitches. First, Eunny demonstrates two different techniques for wrapped stitches, with examples of garments that use them for interesting impact. Then, K.T. Baldasaro showcases a variety of quick projects that can be knit with a single skein of yarn and some creative, cable techniques. Next, in the Chain Reaction Afghan crochet-along, Marcy and Kristin return to offer a lesson on post stitch techniques in crochet. See how post stitches can create different effects in the fabric. Finally, Eunny shares some advice on planning buttonholes in your knitting. 
May 12
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As KBDI's flagship public affairs program, this series presents a thought-provoking and in-depth weekly analysis of Colorado current affairs by a panel of highly-informed journalists, activists and professional pundits. 
May 12
12:30 PM
Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara  Devil's Advocate with Jon Caldara is a current events show not to be missed. Each week it features lively - and sometimes heated - debates between elected officials, journalists, activists, concerned citizens, subject-matter experts, and hard-pressing host Jon Caldara, president of the Independence Institute. Jon is not afraid to express his "free-market" views, and his guests are not afraid to take on those opinions. It all makes for an informative, lively public affairs program.  
May 12
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 12
2:00 PM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram. 
May 12
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Kevin visits Santa Fe and explores the Santa Fe style of architecture. Then he installs a shade sail over a deck to cut down on sun exposure. Roger shows the proper way to use a wheelbarrow. And Richard installs a hybrid water heater that saves energy. 
May 12
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America Another Seafood Celebration Casino Clams, Mussels Triestina and Cioppino are delicious ways to enjoy seafood. Lidia takes viewers to Swann Oyster Depot for King Crab Legs and Eataly to explore the fish counter. Many Italians from the northwestern coastal region of Liguria settled in the San Francisco area, and it's not surprising that they brought their Cioppino with them. At the popular Scoma's restaurant, located right on the water, the Cioppino is a little different than what you would find in Italy but certainly inspired by the original Ligurian version. 
May 12
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Homemade Ricotta / Ricotta Fatta in Casa You'll never use store-bought ricotta again, after Mary Ann shows you how easy it is to make it yourself. And once it's done, get ready to make an unforgettable dessert: Roasted Pineapple with Ricotta Cream filled with crunchy pistachios. And don't forget this summertime, wintertime, anytime light luncheon treat: Ricotta Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes 
May 12
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  This series' ensemble of chefs, cooks, testers and tasters, led by "editor-in-chef" Christopher Kimball, reveal the best ways to prepare favorite dishes.  
May 12
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Great American Cookout Great American Cookout: Test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals how to make the best Baltimore Pit Beef right at home. Then, host Christopher Kimball answers questions from viewers. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of ketchup. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make perfect BBQ Country-Style Ribs. 
May 12
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 12
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 12
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 12
6:56 PM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
May 12
7:00 PM
Harry Dean Stanton - Crossing Mulholland A favorite of directors, critics, colleagues, and audiences, actor Harry Dean Stanton has carved his name into the cultural consciousness of cinematic arts with dozens of roles in films ranging from Cool Hand Luke and Alien to Paris, Texas and The Green Mile. The new documentary "Harry Dean Stanton: Crossing Mulholland" offers an insightful look at this versatile and talented actor through film clips and interviews with such Hollywood figures as actors Billy Bob Thornton and Richard Dreyfuss; musicians Kris Kristofferson and Michelle Phillips; critic Leonard Maltin; and directors John Carpenter and Wim Wenders. The documentary traces Stanton's story from his birth in a small Kentucky town to his rise as a noted character actor. The program also takes time to look at Stanton's other passion — music—and features intimate, living room jam sessions with friends Michelle Phillips and Jamie James. 
May 12
8:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part 6 Members of the staff are dying at the front. Miss Mardle and her lodger fall in love. LeClair's troubles deepen. So do Harry's. 
May 12
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Big City Blues This episode features two shorts, "Priceless Things" by Sarah-Violet Bliss and "I Am John Wayne" by Christina Choe. In "Priceless Things," a recently-engaged couple suspect the immigrant employees know more than they admit when a piece of jewelry goes missing in a salon in Brooklyn. In "I Am John Wayne," an urban cowboy avoids going to his friend's funeral. 
May 12
9:30 PM
On Story A Conversation with Damon Lindelof Co-Creator of Lost and Writer/Producer STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS, PROMETHEUSDamon Lindelof discusses his hand in some of the most celebrated and scrutinized works of science fiction over the past five years, and how much of their success is attributed to writing stories that leave a lot up to one's imagination. Accompanied by Dean Loxton's improvised short film, METRO 7 BIS about a woman's encounter with a handsome stranger in Paris, only to find their meeting was hardly by chance. 
May 12
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 12
10:57 PM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
May 12
11:00 PM
Masterpiece Mr. Selfridge: Season 2, Part 6 Members of the staff are dying at the front. Miss Mardle and her lodger fall in love. LeClair's troubles deepen. So do Harry's. 
May 13
12:00 AM
Get The Math 2.0  
May 13
12:30 AM
Nature's Invitation "Nature's Invitation" is a documentary about Canada's quest to get new immigrants in touch with nature. It also explores the consequences of a life devoid of nature. It includes a special appearance by the best selling American author Richard Louv of the book "Last Child in the Woods - Saving our children from nature- deficit disorder." 
May 13
1:00 AM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram. 
May 13
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Kevin visits Santa Fe and explores the Santa Fe style of architecture. Then he installs a shade sail over a deck to cut down on sun exposure. Roger shows the proper way to use a wheelbarrow. And Richard installs a hybrid water heater that saves energy. 
May 13
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America Another Seafood Celebration Casino Clams, Mussels Triestina and Cioppino are delicious ways to enjoy seafood. Lidia takes viewers to Swann Oyster Depot for King Crab Legs and Eataly to explore the fish counter. Many Italians from the northwestern coastal region of Liguria settled in the San Francisco area, and it's not surprising that they brought their Cioppino with them. At the popular Scoma's restaurant, located right on the water, the Cioppino is a little different than what you would find in Italy but certainly inspired by the original Ligurian version. 
May 13
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Homemade Ricotta / Ricotta Fatta in Casa You'll never use store-bought ricotta again, after Mary Ann shows you how easy it is to make it yourself. And once it's done, get ready to make an unforgettable dessert: Roasted Pineapple with Ricotta Cream filled with crunchy pistachios. And don't forget this summertime, wintertime, anytime light luncheon treat: Ricotta Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes 
May 13
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated  This series' ensemble of chefs, cooks, testers and tasters, led by "editor-in-chef" Christopher Kimball, reveal the best ways to prepare favorite dishes.  
May 13
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Great American Cookout Great American Cookout: Test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals how to make the best Baltimore Pit Beef right at home. Then, host Christopher Kimball answers questions from viewers. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of ketchup. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make perfect BBQ Country-Style Ribs. 
May 13
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Heaven on Earth, Part 5 Final details, highlights, cabin, etc. In the final segment, Jerry paints in the cabin in the background then details and highlights it. Now he puts the final accent highlights on the large trees, waterfall, and middle and foreground. Now he finishes up the painting using the script brush for weeds and miscellaneous details. 
May 13
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily In, Around, and Through Take knitting and crochet beyond simple stitches. First, Eunny demonstrates two different techniques for wrapped stitches, with examples of garments that use them for interesting impact. Then, K.T. Baldasaro showcases a variety of quick projects that can be knit with a single skein of yarn and some creative, cable techniques. Next, in the Chain Reaction Afghan crochet-along, Marcy and Kristin return to offer a lesson on post stitch techniques in crochet. See how post stitches can create different effects in the fabric. Finally, Eunny shares some advice on planning buttonholes in your knitting. 
May 13
5:00 AM
This is America & the World  THIS IS AMERICA is a weekly public affairs television series hosted by Dennis Wholey. Conversations with opinion leaders, newsmakers and extraordinary Americans. Dennis talks with guests on their home turf, where they're most comfortable and most likely to reveal their true selves.  
May 13
5:30 AM
Global 3000  Global 3000, DW-TV's globalization magazine looks at the issues that are moving us today, and shows how people are living with the opportunities and risks of globalization. Global 3000 gives globalization a face.  
May 13
5:56 AM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
May 13
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 13
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 13
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 13
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
May 13
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Little Howler Chris and Martin are unpacking their bags from an adventure and are surprised to pull out a Wolf pup. They have no idea where it came from and must retrace their steps in order to return him to his pack.Science Concepts: Communication and animal society. Wolves are a very social animal with a pack structure and visual and audio communication amongst individual members. 
May 13
8:00 AM
Curious George Auctioneer George/Sock Monkey Opera George has one dollar to buy anything he wants at the Annual Corn Roast and Attic Auction, and he sets his sights on a pair of red elephant mittens. When the Man with the Yellow Hat leaves George alone, he bids...and bids...and wins! Only, he didn't realize how bidding works, and now he owes $100. While George tries to re-auction the mittens himself, Marco searches the city for the only person unique enough to pay $101 for red elephant mittens...Mr. Glass. Educational Objective: To visualize the difference between one dollar and one hundred dollars. To understand how you get from one dollar to one hundred dollars (by ones; by tens). To count to 100 by multiples of ten. To make the connection between money and the work that goes into earning that money.When Betsy gets the chicken pox and can't see her favorite opera, Hansel & Gretel, she sends George in her place. George loves the opera so much, he decides to cheer up Betsy by performing for his itchy friend. But how can one little monkey sing, dance, and act for an entire cast of characters? Educational Objective: To apply the design process through creating and building (puppets and scenery) to communicate a story. 
May 13
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Top of the Sky/Jiggle Bones Top of the SkySally, Nick and Cat are playing with their toy rocket. Using the Cat's "Whoa-Look-At-It-Go-Launcher" he shoots the rocket up up and up! But now they need to go find it. Off to the top of the sky! They pass the treetops, and the mountains. Where is the top of the sky? They keep going higher until they're in space! They meet Audrey the Astronaut who explains that there is no top to the sky. The sky turns into space and space goes on forever! Just when the kids think their rocket is lost, they find it in Audrey's space station. Though they can't launch their rocket to the top of the sky, launching it to the moon is just as cool!Educational Objective: Earth's Atmosphere; what you see between the ground and outer space and what creatures inhabit the highest levels.Jiggle BonesNick and Sally are wiggling and jiggling like the jelly mould in front of them. But they can't quite wiggle the same way. How come? Bones of course! announces the Cat. Bones keep their bodies from being wiggly and jiggly. But why do they need bones? A visit to Dr. Giggles will answer that question! They learn about the big strong bones that help us stand and walk, the small bones that help us bend and move, and the all important bones that help protect our squishy bits! Even though they won't let you wiggle and jiggle like jelly, bones are important!Educational Objective: We have skeletons inside us that are made up a many different bones, each with a special purpose. 
May 13
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Play Date Problem/The Blabberwocky Problem The Play Date Problem - Fairytale Land. Peg and Cat must use the power of music, and patterns, to help their friends Beethoven and the Three Bears play together - and make incredible music together. Primary Content: PatternsSecondary Content: Seeing squares as special rectanglesThe Blabberwocky Problem - Magical Forest. Peg and Cat are back as the Knights of the Round Table to reclaim their friends' missing shapes - and their own Round Table! - from the mysterious 100-headed creature, The Blabberwocky.Primary Content: Making a drawing as a step in problem solvingSecondary Content: 3D shapes, 2D shapes 
May 13
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Stargazing on the Night Train/Get Into Nature! Stargazing On the Night TrainThe Pteranodon family rides a special 'Night Train" to another part of the Cretaceous Time Period, where they meet a Troodontid "cousin" of the Conductor's, Sidney Sinovenator, who knows more about the stars than anyone. Sidney takes the family up to his favorite stargazing spot, "Starry Hill," and teaches the kids why the stars seem to move across the night sky.Educational ObjectiveThe stars we see in the night sky are actually suns like our own sun, but they appear to us as tiny pinpoints of light because they are so far away from us. The stars we see in the night sky change over the course of the night, because the earth rotates as it travels around the sun. Get Into Nature! When the kids build their own version of a nest on the beach, below their actual family nest up on the cliff, they get the idea to turn their beach nest into a clubhouse. Shiny thinks that a clubhouse needs a club, and "the Nature Trackers" club is born! The kids decide to make their club about getting outside, getting into nature, and making new discoveries. The only problem is: which kid is in charge of the club?Educational ObjectiveThe kids learn more about exploration: we see them exploring their native place, asking lots of questions, and mulling over answers. Making collections of the things you find is a part of that nature exploration. 
May 13
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Abby Makes Seasons Change Chris is enjoying the beautiful Spring weather as Elmo races to tell Chris that he found a sled in his closet and is going to go sledding! Chris reminds Elmo that it's Spring and that there is no snow. Elmo has to wait for the seasons to change! Elmo wishes it was Winter so he could go sledding again. Abby pops in and hears Elmo make a wish. Abby recites a weather spell to change the seasons. But instead of changing the weather to Winter, she changes it to Summer. The blossoms are all gone and the arbor is filled with green leaves. Baby Bear and Telly who were playing a game of tag are now too hot to play. Abby tries again. This time she recites the weather spell and it becomes Fall! It's windy and the leaves have changed colors. Abby gives it one more try and it works. It's freezing outside! There are no leaves on the tree and Baby Bear has fallen asleep! He's hibernating until Spring. Elmo is excited it's Winter; now he can go sledding! After talking to Chris Elmo realizes that changing the seasons wasn't such a good idea after all. Chris explains that that the seasons have to come in their own time. Abby recites another magic weather spell and Sesame Street is transformed again to a perfect Spring day. Hooray! Now they can enjoy the gorgeous Spring weather! 
May 13
11:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Glacier National Park—East Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, explores, photographs and paints the east side of Montana's majestic Glacier National Park—explaining, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
May 13
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts  Make it personal with your own signature touches. The show begins with Ana Buzzalino. She creates beautiful art quilts with various signature elements, including the use of hand stitching. Today she demonstrates three different hand embroidery stitches. Next, Pokey and Helen Gregory show how easy it is to make a colorful pillow embellished with designer ribbons. Last is Jamie Fingal on location for a lesson on making collaborative cloth—each person adds their own signature until the total design is finished. 
May 13
12:00 PM
European Journal  This program provides a portal to the world of European news, culture, and commerce. Five teams of journalists, photographers, and producers travel the continent in search of stories that have impact and meaning for American viewers. Episodes are shot on-location, taking viewers to the heart of the story and providing a fresh perspective on the events that are reshaping the political and social landscape of the continent. Hosts Jim Gibbons and Cathy Smith make European coverage compelling and understandable for Americans by weaving each story together with in-depth analysis and a lively personal touch.  
May 13
12:30 PM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
May 13
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 13
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Sustainable Agriculture (Swoope, VA) Polyface Farms is everything that industrialized farming is not. Here's an in depth look at how they are able to grow produce and raise food (beef, chickens, pigs and turkeys) while stewarding the land at the same time. 
May 13
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Summertime Flower Power It's no sweat to pep up the summertime garden with plants that don't wilt even when we do. On tour, a local flower farmer makes fresh cuts all year long. 
May 13
3:00 PM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Gordon Hamersley Gordon Hamersley creates a roast chicken with garlic and lemon. As a side dish, he roasts onions in their skins; for dessert, he prepares warm peach tarts. 
May 13
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Gail Gand Gail Gand demonstrates "not-your-usual" lemon meringue pie-for-one. Florida baker David Blom makes cookies: delicately curved tuiles and tasty little gingersnaps. 
May 13
4:00 PM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Fried Oyster Salad, Beignets, and Red Beans and Rice Fried Oyster Salad, Beignets, and Red Beans and Rice 
May 13
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Remembering Julia Feeds February 6, 2013Sara pays tribute to her mentor, Julia Child, by cooking favorite dishes from their years together on Julia Child and More Company and Good Morning America. With lots of never-before-seen photos and archival footage, Sara whips up her versions of Julia's French favorites such as Broccoli and Goat Cheese Souffléed Omelet, Fish Meunière and Chicken Cassoulet. 
May 13
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 13
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 13
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 13
6:57 PM
Head On Supreme's & Campaign Finance Limits Supreme's & Campaign Finance LimitsKrista: The Supreme Court recently ruled that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional. Although the cap of $123,200 per election is gone, individual contributions for president or Congress, currently set at $2,600 per election, remains in force. Susan: I went to my bank last week and asked to visit my savings and checking accounts. Although I spent an hour talking to my cash - the bills were unmoved completely . . .mute! Money is not speech. The founding fathers did not envision a set-aside for rich donors. Krista: Just as freedom of the press is exercised through printing presses, cameras, and other things which cost money, so too is freedom of speech. It costs money to buy posters, ads, flyers, mailers, and commercials. We give money to candidates and causes to get the word out. It's our right.Susan: When corporations spend unlimited dollars buying influence - oops I mean bumper stickers - that's not free speech. Nor are anonymous 527 committees or unlimited individual contributions. Money isn't speech. Corporations aren't people. Today's corruption makes Dick Nixon and his bagman -Bebe Rebozo, look like choirboys! 
May 13
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Low Country BBQ In this episode, Sean highlights both the people and food of the low country by preparing an epic outdoor feast on his friend's farm. Legendary pit-master Rodney Scott spends the day roasting a whole pig, Steven Satterfield makes Savannah red rice, and to finish off the feast, Sean prepares frogmore stew made from the bounty of the Charleston bay. 
May 13
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Senegal The history of southern cuisine is incomplete without understanding how West Africa influenced the cultural heritage and ingredients of America. In this episode, Sean Brock travels to Senegal to meet with friend, historian and fellow chef, Fatimata Ly. Together they explore the markets of Dakar and M'Bour, cook the traditional Sengalese dish Theibou Yapp, and search for the connection to American cuisines through techniques and flavors used by the locals. 
May 13
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Anaheim, Part 2 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW travels to Anaheim, California, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Richard Johnston head to Rickenbacker International Corporation to discuss vintage electric guitars. Highlights include two pairs of performance shoes that belonged to "The Beverly Hillbillies" star Buddy Ebsen; a jade jewelry collection that includes a necklace, ring and earrings, appraised for $30,000 to $36,000; and an oil painting titled Sacré-Couer et Moulin, by French artist Maurice Utrillo, valued at $80,000 to $120,000. 
May 13
9:00 PM
Great Plains: America's Lingering Wild We Live with the Land This two-part documentary, based on the book of the same name by Nebraska photographer Michael Forsberg, examines the remaining "wildness" in the states that compose the Great Plains. The program captures the places and creatures that survive after 150 years of settlement, as well as the people who care for and preserve this fragile ecosystem. Featuring brilliant and stunning imagery, and based on Forsberg's book of the same name, Great Plains showcases the heart of our continent; from the stunning beauty and challenging weather of a canoe trip on the Montana's Upper Missouri Breaks National Monument, to South Dakota rancher Dan O'Brien's partnership with tribal groups to slaughter and market grass-fed bison, to Colorado rancher Duke Phillips' use of cattle grazing as a habitat conservation tool. 
May 13
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 13
10:57 PM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
May 13
11:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Low Country BBQ In this episode, Sean highlights both the people and food of the low country by preparing an epic outdoor feast on his friend's farm. Legendary pit-master Rodney Scott spends the day roasting a whole pig, Steven Satterfield makes Savannah red rice, and to finish off the feast, Sean prepares frogmore stew made from the bounty of the Charleston bay. 
May 13
11:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Senegal The history of southern cuisine is incomplete without understanding how West Africa influenced the cultural heritage and ingredients of America. In this episode, Sean Brock travels to Senegal to meet with friend, historian and fellow chef, Fatimata Ly. Together they explore the markets of Dakar and M'Bour, cook the traditional Sengalese dish Theibou Yapp, and search for the connection to American cuisines through techniques and flavors used by the locals. 
May 14
12:00 AM
Clean Lines, Open Spaces: A View of Mid-Century Modern Architecture Clean Lines, Open Spaces: A View of Mid-Century Modern Architecture focuses on the construction boom in the United States after WWII. Sometimes considered cold and unattractive, mid-century modern designs were a by-product of post-war optimism and reflected a nation's dedication to building a new future. This new architecture used modern materials such as reinforced concrete, glass and steel and was defined by clean lines, simple shapes and unornamented facades. 
May 14
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Sustainable Agriculture (Swoope, VA) Polyface Farms is everything that industrialized farming is not. Here's an in depth look at how they are able to grow produce and raise food (beef, chickens, pigs and turkeys) while stewarding the land at the same time. 
May 14
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Summertime Flower Power It's no sweat to pep up the summertime garden with plants that don't wilt even when we do. On tour, a local flower farmer makes fresh cuts all year long. 
May 14
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Gordon Hamersley Gordon Hamersley creates a roast chicken with garlic and lemon. As a side dish, he roasts onions in their skins; for dessert, he prepares warm peach tarts. 
May 14
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Fried Oyster Salad, Beignets, and Red Beans and Rice Fried Oyster Salad, Beignets, and Red Beans and Rice 
May 14
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia Gail Gand Gail Gand demonstrates "not-your-usual" lemon meringue pie-for-one. Florida baker David Blom makes cookies: delicately curved tuiles and tasty little gingersnaps. 
May 14
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals Remembering Julia Feeds February 6, 2013Sara pays tribute to her mentor, Julia Child, by cooking favorite dishes from their years together on Julia Child and More Company and Good Morning America. With lots of never-before-seen photos and archival footage, Sara whips up her versions of Julia's French favorites such as Broccoli and Goat Cheese Souffléed Omelet, Fish Meunière and Chicken Cassoulet. 
May 14
4:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Glacier National Park—East Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, explores, photographs and paints the east side of Montana's majestic Glacier National Park—explaining, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
May 14
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts  Make it personal with your own signature touches. The show begins with Ana Buzzalino. She creates beautiful art quilts with various signature elements, including the use of hand stitching. Today she demonstrates three different hand embroidery stitches. Next, Pokey and Helen Gregory show how easy it is to make a colorful pillow embellished with designer ribbons. Last is Jamie Fingal on location for a lesson on making collaborative cloth—each person adds their own signature until the total design is finished. 
May 14
5:00 AM
European Journal  This program provides a portal to the world of European news, culture, and commerce. Five teams of journalists, photographers, and producers travel the continent in search of stories that have impact and meaning for American viewers. Episodes are shot on-location, taking viewers to the heart of the story and providing a fresh perspective on the events that are reshaping the political and social landscape of the continent. Hosts Jim Gibbons and Cathy Smith make European coverage compelling and understandable for Americans by weaving each story together with in-depth analysis and a lively personal touch.  
May 14
5:30 AM
euromaxx Highlights  Produced by Deutsche Welle in Berlin, this magazine show brings viewers the latest on lifestyle and entertainment in Europe. EUROMAXX provides an insight into Europe and the people who live there; Its countries and customs, society and celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life. EUROMAXX is as multi-facetted as Europe itself: an entertaining kaleidoscope of people and places, lifestyle and luxury, arts and culture, concerts and cadences, music and metropolitan life, style, fashion and much, much more. All this packed into 25 minutes of reports, features and interviews.  
May 14
5:56 AM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
May 14
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 14
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 14
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 14
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
May 14
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Road Runner Koki wants to leave the Sonoran Desert to resupply the Tortuga, but Chris and Martin don't want to go until they track down a mysterious lizard. But they'll need the help - and powers - of their friend the Road Runner.Science Concept: Adaptations: bird that hunts by running. 
May 14
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George On Time/Curious George's Bunny Hunt Curious George On Time: After accidentally breaking Professor Wiseman's cuckoo clock, George decides to explore the inside of the BIG library clock to see how it works. When the big clock stops working too, Mr. Reloj, the local clockmaker, comes to the rescue. With Mr. Reloj's help, George discovers how to use various tools to make the clocks tick again. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To illustrate how to use tools. To introduce the concept of gears and how they change the direction of motion.Curious George's Bunny Hunt: In the country, George falls in love with neighbor Bill's new pet bunnies. They are so irresistible that when Bill leaves to do his paper route, George just has to pet one. But as soon as he opens the bunny hutch, they all escape. By following their footprints and careful counting, George restores order and returns the missing bunnies to their home. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show that different animals make different tracks. To encourage problem solving and demonstrate counting. 
May 14
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Paper Chase/A Polar Adventure Paper ChaseSally 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!Educational Objective: How paper is made - from trees which are pulped, and also for re-cycling old paper.A Polar AdventureNick 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. When a storm blows in, Polly keeps everyone warm in her den. Polar bears really do like the cold! Back home, Sally finds Teddy buried under the snow, but he was nice and safe in his own little den!Educational Objective: How polar bears survive the arctic winter - with their warm furry coats, feet with claws and gripping pads on their paws that help them move across the snow, and retreating to a den during a storm. 
May 14
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Perfect Ten Problem/The Long Line Problem The Perfect Ten Problem - TV Show Set. Peg and Cat are judging a singing competition in which all performers must get a rating of exactly ten stars.Primary Content: Adding to 10Secondary Content: The number 0The Long Line Problem - The Purple Planet. While waiting in a long line, Peg and Cat try to help Richard realize his dream of being first in line for the first time.Primary Content: Ordinal numbers, using a number line Secondary Content: Positional relationships (in front of/behind), counting to 20 
May 14
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Earthquake/Nursery Car The EarthquakeMom takes the kids on a playdate with Tank Triceratops to the desert, where they meet a distant relative of Tank's, an early Ceratopsian named Penelope Protoceratops. The Conductor points out that Penelope lives in a part of the world that gets a lot of earthquakes, and sure enough, the kids experience their first quake with Penelope. Mom and the Conductor have prepared the kids with excellent advice about what to do in an earthquake, so everyone does fine.Educational ObjectivesProtoceratops belongs to one of the major groups of plant-eating dinosaurs, called ceratopsians, which also included Triceratops and Protoceratops. The surface of the earth is divided up into big chunks, called "plates," that move around, carrying the continents with them. So the world we see today is very different from the world the dinosaurs lived in.Nursery CarWhen the family rides the Dinosaur Train, they learn that a new car has been added - a Nursery Car, with dozens of eggs in little, padded nests, attended by their expectant moms and dads. The kids watch the eggs hatch, and try to guess which hatchling goes with which dinosaur parent.Educational Objectives Aftershocks are small earthquakes that occur following a major earthquake. They happen when the Earth's crust adjusts to the effects of the main shock. Even giant dinosaurs hatched from relatively small eggs, but egg size is limited by restrictions on shell thickness. The shell must be thin enough to allow air to pass through tiny holes in the shell called "pores." 
May 14
10:00 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) 
May 14
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson King of the High Seas, Part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
May 14
11:30 AM
Sew It All Chic Shawl, Carol Ingram Make an easy shawl embellished with free-motion stitching. 
May 14
12:00 PM
Scully/The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
May 14
12:30 PM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts.  
May 14
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 14
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Planting a garden and then maintaining that garden over time presents many challenges, from the ground up. No matter if you're an experienced gardener or if gardening is something relatively new to you, there are lessons to be learned in this GardenSMART episode. We learned a lot, you can too. Join us. 
May 14
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Hall Book Case! Designed by Wendell Phillips, Scott's Grandfather, this Bird's Eye Maple chimney style book case fits in tight quarters. Special "cool lights" are installed to add luster. 
May 14
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Mexican Microbrews and Pub Fare" Many of us experienced our first Mexican beer on a beach with a squeeze of lime. Now we're happy to see a beer revolution rumbling in the Baja peninsula. Rick takes us from the Tecate brewery, which started in 1944, to the Tijuana brewery, makers of several microbrews. At Ultramarinos, an Ensenada bar with a penchant for pairing specialty beers and local seafood, Rick enjoys an oyster taco with owner Alain Genchi. Finally, Rick meets two expatriates brewing beer in Los Cabos — perfect for enjoying with their beer pizza. At home, Rick tucks a tomatillo and chorizo pizza into his wood-burning oven. Salud! 
May 14
3:30 PM
Taste This! Cooks Who Care TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
May 14
4:00 PM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Pizza Party Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown. 
May 14
4:30 PM
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food  Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes — a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes — showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.  
May 14
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 14
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 14
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 14
6:57 PM
Head On Hick On The Hot Seat Hick On The Hot SeatSusan: In the absence of a credible candidate to challenge Governor Hickenlooper this November, the R's are making all kinds of silly allegations. The Guv , an avowed centrist, is Teflon - even in a year that promises to be big for national Republicans. Krista: The ethics complaint against Hickenlooper is the least of his concerns. Polls show he is vulnerable. Coloradans haven't forgotten that he signed unpopular, extreme legislation. By contrast, Republican nominees for governor Kopp, Gessler, and Beauprez are exceptional leaders. The primary election will determine which one gets to win the governorship. Susan: The likely nominee, Tommy the Tank (credo) - is already on the ballot. His real competition is Beauprez and the 4-way June primary guarantees neither Gessler nor Mike (WHO??) Kopp will succeed. Yup The R's will form a circular firing squad and Hick will enjoy an easy re-elect.Krista: There was a lot of excitement for Kopp and Gessler at the Republican State Assembly. Having the support of a few thousand grassroots activists is a great way to start the primary season. Both men have a strong record of public service. One will send Hickenlooper back to the brewery. 
May 14
7:00 PM
Studio 12  STUDIO 12 explores hot issues, fascinating topics and provocative personalities. Alternately hosted by Steffan Tubbs and Tamara Banks, STUDIO 12 is one of the only shows in Colorado that encourages the viewers at home to call-in and join the discussion.  
May 14
8:00 PM
American Experience The Amish Shunned Follow seven former members of an Amish community, filmed over the course of 12 months, as they reflect on their decisions to leave one of the most closed and tightly knit communities in the United States. Estranged from family, the ex-Amish find themselves struggling to understand and make their way in modern America. Interwoven through the stories are the voices of Amish men and women who remain staunchly loyal to their traditions and faith. They explain the importance of obedience, the strong ties that bind their communities together and the pain they endure when a loved one falls away. 
May 14
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 14
10:57 PM
Head On Traffic Cameras Traffic CamerasKrista: Red light and speed cameras nab drivers across Colorado. Last year, Denver alone handed out some 223,000 red-light and speeding photo tickets. The tickets generated $18 million in revenue. Some state lawmakers want to make them illegal. 12 states have banned speed cameras and 9 states red light cameras. Susan: The cameras could be effective tools, advancing pedestrian and bike safety. Unfortunately Denver's cameras are just gotcha revenue producers. With fewer than a dozen cameras citywide, placed according to traffic counts not pedestrian deaths - the leg is on the right track.Krista: Research shows people are more likely comply with traffic lights and speed limits when cameras are present. They also produce city revenue. Win-win for the city. Yet, having just returned from the most surveilled country in the world, England, I believe we need to think about privacy and public camera use. Susan: Anyone, anywhere with a cell phone or who uses a search engine like Google or does any on-line transaction, is under surveillance. Big retail, big government, any information aggregator knows everything there is to know about each and everyone of us. Privacy? Live under a rock. 
May 14
11:30 PM
FRONTLINE Secret State of North Korea Just two years in the job and armed with nuclear weapons, North Korea's Kim Jong-Un is the world's youngest dictator, ruling one of the world's most isolated countries. Like his father and grandfather, he wants to maintain tight control over what North Koreans see of the world - and what the world sees of North Korea. But with unique access, FRONTLINE goes inside the secret state to explore life under its new ruler, and investigate the enigmatic "Morning Star King" as he tries to hold onto power. Using new footage smuggled from inside and never-before-told stories from recent defectors living in South Korea, the film offers a rare glimpse of how some North Koreans are defying authority in a country where just being caught with illegal DVDs could mean immediate imprisonment. 
May 15
12:00 AM
Earth: The Inside Story EARTH: The Inside Story traces the story of the ever-changing Earth, rewinding all the way back to its piecemeal beginnings four-and-a-half billion years ago and journeying through its sometimes tumultuous evolution to the present. Drawing on the latest scientific research, the film features the mighty geologic forces that built our planet from its sun-hot core to its life-sustaining atmosphere. It lends scientific perspective to a question often raised in light of recent news coverage of major earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, and extreme weather: Is Earth undergoing a period of increased geological upheaval? Three years in the making and shot on every continent, the film includes spectacular footage of the world's geologic hot spots from Mongolia to Antarctica; state-of-the-art 3D graphics; and interviews with leading earth scientists. 
May 15
1:00 AM
Studio 12  STUDIO 12 explores hot issues, fascinating topics and provocative personalities. Alternately hosted by Steffan Tubbs and Tamara Banks, STUDIO 12 is one of the only shows in Colorado that encourages the viewers at home to call-in and join the discussion.  
May 15
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Mexican Microbrews and Pub Fare" Many of us experienced our first Mexican beer on a beach with a squeeze of lime. Now we're happy to see a beer revolution rumbling in the Baja peninsula. Rick takes us from the Tecate brewery, which started in 1944, to the Tijuana brewery, makers of several microbrews. At Ultramarinos, an Ensenada bar with a penchant for pairing specialty beers and local seafood, Rick enjoys an oyster taco with owner Alain Genchi. Finally, Rick meets two expatriates brewing beer in Los Cabos — perfect for enjoying with their beer pizza. At home, Rick tucks a tomatillo and chorizo pizza into his wood-burning oven. Salud! 
May 15
2:30 AM
Taste This! Cooks Who Care TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
May 15
3:00 AM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Pizza Party Robin Shea has been entertaining and inspiring audiences with her passion and zest for life for the past seven years through her television programs, speaking engagements, magazine articles and lifestyle classes. She brings creative solutions to a variety of life's challenges such as raising positive children, creating a personal vision, the importance of the family dinner hour, the 80/20 Lifestyle solution to weight management, conquering your fears, and much more. Through her creative vision and dedication to helping individuals find their personal purpose in life, Robin empowers her audience with the courage to not only face... but embrace, the unknown. 
May 15
3:30 AM
Kevin Dundon's Modern Irish Food  Dunbrody Country House Hotel, a beautiful 1830s Georgian manor located on Ireland's southeast coast, sets the backdrop for a new cooking series hosted by award-winning Irish chef and author Kevin Dundon. In his American television debut, Kevin shares the rich and unique histories of Irish country houses before putting his modern twist on their time-honored recipes. Kevin uses locally produced, seasonal ingredients and contemporary flavors to enhance the simplicity of these beloved Irish dishes. Each episode revolves around a single theme (Christmas, a summer barbecue) and features five recipes — a starter, main course, dessert and side dishes — showcasing Ireland's renowned beef, cheese, seafood and lamb. His easy-to-follow instructions help viewers replicate these everyday dinners, lunches and brunches in their own kitchens.  
May 15
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson King of the High Seas, Part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
May 15
4:30 AM
Sew It All Chic Shawl, Carol Ingram Make an easy shawl embellished with free-motion stitching. 
May 15
5:00 AM
Scully/The World Show  Scully/The World Show is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983.  
May 15
5:30 AM
To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe  This series features a rotating panel of female journalists and experts in the forefront of global affairs who analyze and debate current issues affecting viewers nationwide. Mutual/NBC Radio legal affairs correspondent Bonnie Erbe hosts.  
May 15
5:56 AM
Head On Supreme's & Campaign Finance Limits Supreme's & Campaign Finance LimitsKrista: The Supreme Court recently ruled that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional. Although the cap of $123,200 per election is gone, individual contributions for president or Congress, currently set at $2,600 per election, remains in force. Susan: I went to my bank last week and asked to visit my savings and checking accounts. Although I spent an hour talking to my cash - the bills were unmoved completely . . .mute! Money is not speech. The founding fathers did not envision a set-aside for rich donors. Krista: Just as freedom of the press is exercised through printing presses, cameras, and other things which cost money, so too is freedom of speech. It costs money to buy posters, ads, flyers, mailers, and commercials. We give money to candidates and causes to get the word out. It's our right.Susan: When corporations spend unlimited dollars buying influence - oops I mean bumper stickers - that's not free speech. Nor are anonymous 527 committees or unlimited individual contributions. Money isn't speech. Corporations aren't people. Today's corruption makes Dick Nixon and his bagman -Bebe Rebozo, look like choirboys! 
May 15
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.  
May 15
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 15
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
May 15
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
May 15
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Bandito: The Black Footed Ferret Episode Description: Martin impulsively tries out Aviva's new Stone Digger before it is finished and flies out of control and crash lands into a hidden prairie where he is stranded, but encounters a lost colony of black footed ferrets. Science Concept: Adaptations - specialization. 
May 15
8:00 AM
Curious George Monkey Hoedown/Curious George Clowns Around The Man with the Yellow Hat can't wait to join the Uptown Bluegrass Band for a good old-fashioned country hoedown. When George accidentally ruins the Man's guitar while trying to clean it, George and Allie decide to make a new guitar! With a shoestring, rubber band, fishing wire, and yoyo, George creates the world's first monkey birdhouse bandolin! / George and the Man with the Yellow Hat are excited to visit the Clown College for Pepe El Loco's Big Show. While the Man tries to find a parking spot, George is mistaken for a messenger clown and is tasked with picking up parts for a top-secret gadget for Pepe. While navigating his way through the building, will George figure out a way to keep track of what floor he's on in time to make it to Pepe's big show? 
May 15
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Help With Kelp/Treetop Tom Help With KelpIt's Fish's birthday and Nick and Sally want to get him a special present, but who can they ask for ideas? Cat's friend Gary the Garibaldi fish might have an idea! Off to the Briny Blue Sea where they meet a variety of creatures in a kelp forest who use the kelp for both food and protection. Back at home they make a picture of the kelp forest for Fish. It's the best present he could ever hope for!Educational Objective: Exploring the wonderful variety of animals that depend upon underwater forests of giant kelp. Treetop TomNick and Sally are playing when their ball gets caught up high in the branches of a tree. Oh how they wish they were tall! Being tall is something Cat's friend Treetop Tom knows all about. They meet the giraffe in the So Sunny Savannah, and with the help of Cat's "tallerizers", Nick and Sally are as tall as Tom! They soon learn that being small has its benefits, and luckily, Cat has stilts so he can get their ball out of the tree back at home.Educational Objective: Seeing the world through the eyes of the tallest mammal on earth - the giraffe. 
May 15
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Clown Problem/The Ninja Problem The Clown Problem - The Circus. Peg and Cat help Mac achieve his dream of being a clown in the circus, by teaching him how funny it can be when things are exactly the wrong size. Primary Content: Adding 1Secondary Content: Size correspondenceThe Ninja Problem - Japan. Peg and Cat help their young Ninja-wannabe friend Aki find the fifteen missing cherry blossom trees by using Ninja skills and math skills.Primary Content: SubtractionSecondary Content: Counting to 15 
May 15
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train That's Not a Dinosaur/Tiny's Garden That's Not a Dinosaur The kids visit the Big Pond to attend the Biome Block Party. While attempting to win the leaf-necklace contest, Keenan Chirostemotes claims the Pteranodon sibs can't compete for the prize for "dinosaur" with the most leaves because they are not dinosaurs. This launches the kids into a song called "That's Not a Dinosaur", as all the non-dinosaurs sing their piece. In the end, the game rules are changed to include all creatures, even non-dinosaurs, in all the contests!Educational ObjectiveToo often, kids and adults focus only on the big, obvious inhabitants of any ecosystem. The goal of this episode is to concentrate on the diverse categories of animals-reptiles, amphibians, mammals, fish, insects, arachnids (spiders), etc. that lived in the Mesozoic alongside the huge dinosaurs.Tiny's GardenThe Nature Trackers go on a visit to the Big Pond, where Tiny hopes to see her favorite flowers. The Conductor tells her that if the kids gather seeds at the pond, they can bring them home and plant a garden full of those same flowers at the family nest! The kids all get into it, gathering seeds and bringing them home, where they plant a garden, and meet its new inhabitants, including Sammy, a friendly slug, who explains that slugs, spiders, and butterflies all help to make a garden complete. Educational ObjectivesLife loves diversity! Successful ecosystems are diverse, with lots of different plants, animals, fungi, and bacteria. All the diverse parts act like a web, supporting each other. We show "diversity" in the garden - and show how insects are attracted to flowers, and how flowers provides food for various herbivores, etc. 
May 15
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Observe, Record, Annoy Oscar is taking a computer class in Grouchology where the golden rule is to observe, record, and annoy. The first question that he must investigate is "What do worms like to squirm on best?" Professor Messla tells him he must set up an experiment where he observes (watches closely and carefully), records (writes down what he discovers), and annoy someone while he is doing it. Oscar heads over to Hooper's where he pours coffee grinds and olive oil all over Alan's nice clean counter. He observes the worms in the mess, and marks down what he sees on his chart. He succeeds in annoying Alan, and concludes that most of the worms like to squirm in the olive oil. The second question to investigate is "What stinky smell will make people scram?" He finds Gina and Leela playing cards and tries to make them scram with garlic, an old piece of cheese, and finally his own stinky socks. He observes, records and annoys them both as they finally flee holding their noses from his smelly socks. Oscar's final question is "What noise is loud enough to wake up Luis and Maria?" He blasts a vuvuzela horn and observes and records that it wakes up Maria, but not Luis. As she shouts at Oscar to let her get some sleep, Luis wakes up from her yelling. Oscar concludes Maria's shrill screaming is the loudest noise of all. He reports what he discovered in each experiment to Professor Messla and collects his stinky diploma in Grouchology. Now it's time for a loud, annoying party. 
May 15
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
May 15
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Sewing With Nancy's 30th Anniversary Special, Part 1 Reminisce with Nancy and a studio audience as she takes you behind the scenes over the past 30 years.Nancy commemorates 30 years on TV with a trip down memory lane. She introduces her family, friends, special guests, and several coworkers in this celebratory show with old TV clips, bloopers, and more. Nancy's friend, Mary Mulari, and coworkers chitchat about crazy things that happened on and off the set over the years. 
May 15
12:00 PM
Mclaughlin Group, The  John McLaughlin hosts a raucous roundtable discussion about the past week's political and international events. THE MCLAUGHLIN GROUP is the perfect mix of thought-provoking political conversation, tempered by a touch of humor and entertainment.  
May 15
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick  Barry Kibrick interviews top thinkers, writers,business leaders, artists, and others, drawing out the essence of the subject and the layers that lie between the lines. 
May 15
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
May 15
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  Off the coast of Maine, catch lobster and learn about the sustainability issues faced by the local captains. Then meet a unique man who's discovered a way of life that feeds his soul while harvesting seaweed to feed others. Staying on the water, head to Maryland and learn about the virtues of oyster farms and their critical role in helping preserve natural resources. Back in the Victory Garden, Roger demonstrates how to prepare a garden bed and plants leeks and tomatoes, while Chef Marian prepares a broccoli and crabmeat quiche. 
May 15
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Autumn Enchantment With the welcomed cool air of autumn, it's the perfect time to celebrate the bounty of the season! Allen tells us about the second growing season of the year and shares a few ways to use Mother Nature's gift in the kitchen. He also visits Natchez, Mississippi where a close friend shows him how to make a delicious recipe with sweet potatoes. 
May 15
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Sauces A great sauce can take a dish from good to fantastic. In this episode, Martha goes over some classics, starting with béarnaise sauce, a derivative of hollandaise. Next she makes Kansas City barbecue sauce, which is tomato-based with a sweet-tart flavor. Tartar sauce — Martha's version includes capers, shallots and cornichons — and a tasty cocktail sauce are both beloved staples. Then Martha shows how to make salsa verde, a perfect accompaniment to grilled meats, poultry, seafood and vegetables. 
May 15
3:30 PM
Nick Stellino Cooking With Friends Neal Fraser, Filet of Beef Chef Stellino demonstrates Chicken Scaloppini with Leeks and Morel Sauce. Joining Nick, Chef Neal Fraser from Grace Restaurant in Los Angeles prepares Filet of Beef, Farro and Italian Sausage. 
May 15
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking "Back to the Roots" Stepping back in history, Andreas channels the Vikings as he travels west to Iceland - the Norse settlement in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. He combines ingredients from both the sea and the land to create an elegant surf-and-turf dish of redfish and langoustines cooked in lamb stock. At the restaurant Dill, he discovers how ancient traditions and present-day innovations co-exist. Afterwards, he grills lamb over an open fire, Viking-style, and creates a delicious dessert made from Skyr, a special Icelandic dairy culture, served with local berries. 
May 15
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Melk to Budapest Burt cruises through the Wachau Valley, a major area for Austrian wines. Then he visits Melk Abbey, one of Europe's largest and most impressive monasteries were Burt explains how the Catholic Church used Baroque architecture to undermine the Reformation. Then to Vienna for music and pastry, and finally a tour of Budapest. 
May 15
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
May 15
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
May 15
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
May 15
6:57 PM
Head On Paycheck Fairness Paycheck FairnessSusan: Three strikes and the Republicans are out - again. Unbelievable in the 21st Century your party continues to insist that it's fine for women not to earn equal pay for equal work. Krista, as a single, working woman, surely you disagree with this policy?Krista: It's already illegal to pay women less under the Equal Pay Act of 1963. If Republicans paid women less they'd be knee-deep in lawsuits and no woman would work for them. The Senate bill is nothing more than an election year ploy to gain votes by portraying women as victims. Susan: Nonsense. Who is their right mind would block enforcement tools for the toothless, 50-year-old Act? Women deserve the right to compare salaries and seek damages- without employer retaliation - requiring companies to explain disparities. The Pay Fairness Act makes Equal pay for equal work, enforceable. It's that simple!Krista: When choices regarding occupations, college majors, and time in the job are taken into account there is virtually no gap according to a recent government study. There are exceptions. Senator Udall pays his female employees less his male employees while Representatives Gardner and Coffman pay women more than men. 
May 15
7:00 PM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 15
7:30 PM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 15
8:00 PM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 15
8:30 PM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 15
9:00 PM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 15
9:30 PM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 15
10:00 PM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 15
10:30 PM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 15
10:57 PM
Head On Denver Park's Policies Denver Park's PoliciesSusan: Denver mayor Hancock's Park's policies defy history and common sense. Hizzoner sells public open space without asking voter's permission; sites an over-scaled playground in historic City Park and is trying to ban 3.2 beer from Wash Park. He has a lot to learn, starting with the definition of PUBLIC!Krista: The proposal to ban 3.2 beer in Washington Park has many park visitors angry. They enjoy their beer responsibly and want to see rangers crack down on the disorderly, the drunk, and the indecent. The impulse to enact new restrictions rather than enforce existing laws is all too common among lawmakers.Susan: Taxpayers gave Hancock an extra $65-million-a-year to expand city services. The campaign assured taxpayers that attention to parks was top of the list. It's time for Hizzoner to pay more attention to the public's priorities than racking up frequent flyer miles. Krista This isn't the first time you've criticized Denver Mayor Hancock's performance in office. Like I've said before, perhaps it's time for a Republican to fill that office. Other mid-sized cities, Indianapolis Albuquerque, Fresno, Miami, San Diego, and Virginia Beach, all have a Republican mayor. Denver should be next. 
May 15
11:00 PM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 15
11:30 PM
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May 16
12:00 AM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 16
12:30 AM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 16
1:00 AM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 16
1:30 AM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 16
2:00 AM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 16
2:30 AM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 16
3:00 AM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 16
3:30 AM
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May 16
4:00 AM
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May 16
4:30 AM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 16
5:00 AM
CPT 12 Special Programming  Special pledge programming which is still to be announced. Please continue to check our website, as the information is updated once daily at 3 AM. 
May 16
5:30 AM
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May 16
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga  WAI LANA YOGA continues to build upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while introducing a new emphasis on yoga for stress relief. Stress has been called the "curse of the modern society" and can be responsible for many health-related problems. From the Warrior Stance to the Rocking Plough to Kneeling Leg Lifts, Wai Lana teaches that the reduction of stress can be achieved through a combination of cleansing asanas (exercises), breathing techniques, relaxation and meditation sessions.