Printable Monthly Program Listing (Full Schedule)

Channel 12.1 - CPT12 as of Sep 1, 2014 through Oct 1, 2014

Air DateProgramEpisodeDescription
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 1
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Posture and Breathing Posture is essential to any good workout. In this program Mary Ann demonstrates how to maintain good posture while exercising. 
Sep 1
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Honey Seekers While on an adventure to discover the toughest animal in Africa, Martin and Chris uncover the amazing relationship between the Honey guide bird and Honey badger. A relationship that the Wild Kratt team uses to foil the evil plans of Chef Gourmand.Science Concepts: Symbiotic relationships. 
Sep 1
8:00 AM
Curious George George and Marco Sound It Out/A Monkey's Duckling Nothing can stop George from listening to his favorite band, Lobos de Plata, a Latin band that plays in Endless Park. So when the bandstand is taken down, George goes on a mission with his friend and band-member, 8 year-old Marco, to find a perfect place for the band to play. After a day of checking the acoustics at Pisghetti's, the zoo, and George's lobby, their last hope is the museum. Will it have a room that is quiet, won't produce echoes, and is large enough for an entire band? Educational Objective: To explore sound; To learn some aspects of a setting that may contribute to how things sound; size of the space, texture of surfaces in the space, and the presence of competing sounds.George is so anxious for Dumpling Duck's eggs to hatch that he takes over as chief egg-sitter when Dumpling takes a break. When the first duckling emerges and sees George, he thinks the monkey is his mama! As George shows his doting protege the differences between a monkey and a duck, can he convince the duckling that birds of a feather should flock together? Educational Objective: To be introduced to some differences between animals that hatch and animals that are "born alive". To learn about the concept of attachment between some animal parents and babies. 
Sep 1
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Seasons - Spring and Summer/Seasons - Fall and Winter Seasons - Spring and SummerSynopsis: For Show and Tell at school, Nick and Sally must bring something from their favourite season. But how can they choose which is their favourite? The Cat in the Hat takes them to the magical Garden of Seasons, where they can visit any season they like, any time they like! They meet three young animals and journey with them as they begin to grow up. Sally decides that she has two favourite seasons, and with the pictures taken from the Snaparama camera, she now has a scrapbook of pictures to show why!Educational Objective: Plants and animals change and grow with the seasons.Seasons - Fall and WinterSynopsis: It's Nick's turn to choose a favourite season. Back to the Garden of Seasons to visit Fall and Winter! In Fall, they meet up with their friends from Spring and Summer to have a going away party for Candy the goose who's about to fly south. In Winter, they have a great time playing with Sam the hare while all his other friends hibernate. Nick can't decide on just one season, so he makes a picture of all the fun they had in both seasons!Educational Objective: Plants and animals change and grow with the seasons. 
Sep 1
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Sushi Problem/The Highlight Zone Problem The Sushi Problem - Japan. Peg and Cat help Aki pursue a tricky thief through the Japanese countryside, making use of their Ninja skills and three mysterious clues.Primary Content: Increasing and decreasing height and lengthSecondary Content: Deductive reasoning (using clues)The Highlight Zone Problem - Peg's Room/the Highlight Zone. Peg and Cat find their world turned black and white! They must identify ten things that are the wrong size or shape, before they will be allowed to leave...the Highlight Zone.Primary Content: Shape and sizeSecondary Content: Comparing 
Sep 1
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic: Ultimate Face-Off/Back in Time CLASSIC IN THE JURASSIC: ULTIMATE FACE-OFFThe `Classic in the Jurassic' games are back, and this time, it's the Ultimate Smackdown. Mr. Conductor explains the "wrestling" matchups from the three Time Periods feature carnivores vs. herbivores and the best choreographed and most entertaining show wins! Tank and Buddy are thrilled - what a face-off! Once the judges tally the results, Team Cretaceous is declared the winner, and the fans love it! Educational Objective: All ecosystems on land include predators and plant-eaters. The same was true during the Mesozoic age of dinosaurs - wherever you find herbivores, you find carnivores. So throughout the Mesozoic Era, the ecosystem provided classic matchups of top carnivores vs. herbivores. BACK IN TIMEBuddy and Tiny start wondering aloud whether the Triassic was the beginning of time, and if there was anything before the Age of Dinosaurs. So Mr. Conductor walks through a Pedestrian Time Tunnel to get to the Permian Time Period, where they meet Deon Dimetrodon, who has never met a dinosaur or pterosaur before. Buddy and Tiny are amazed to learn that there are neither in the Permian! Deon is delighted to experience the Mesozioc Era. He walks through the Pedestrian Time Tunnel with our group, and is blown away by the vegetation and the variety and size of dinosaurs. Another lifelong friendship is forged!Educational Objective: Many animals we think are dinosaurs are not actually dinosaurs. They are mammals like us. Dimetrodon was a dominant carnivore in the Permian period, living mainly in swampy areas. Although very reptilian-like, Dimetrodon belonged to a group called "synapsids" - more closely related to mammals. 
Sep 1
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Princess Story Rosita helps Abby and Zoe think outside the "fairytale" box as they imagine and make up a story together.Educational Objective: Literacy, Cognitive Reasoning 
Sep 1
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Resting Wren, Part 2 Having completed the background of this painting, Jerry next sketches the bird resting on the stump. Using a #4 bristle brush, he then blocks in the bird using inward strokes to create the loose shape and background for the feathers. While the body of the bird is drying, Jerry next adds light colored weeds for contrast to the front of the painting and adds detail with white and orange flowers to provide complimentary colors to the green weeds. Switching to the round Sable, Jerry teaches his feathering stroke as he applies the first level of light colored feathers to the breast, head and wings - using the appropriate strokes. Next, switching to a dark color, Jerry can complete the eye, beak and dark sections of the feathered areas under the wings. The wren is now ready for final highlights, using pure white and again light feathered strokes. Switching back to the dark color, Jerry can reemphasize the shadow areas on the bird as well as putting in the details of the legs, feet and focusing on the all-important eye area. Final highlights are then added to the tail section - and minor touches to produce a real feathery effect in order to complete the painting. 
Sep 1
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Ruches and Welts On today's episode we're getting started with a lesson on horizontal ruching and welts. These easy-to-knit elements add a touch of details to your knitwear. Next, on today's Accessorize Me segment Kristin and Eunny have a fun beret design to share, which is knit from the top down. Eunny demonstrates the unique cast-on for beginning this hat project. Then, Clara Parkes and Eunny talk about camelid blends on the Yarn Spotlight. What's a camelid, and what yarn do these animals produce? They explore what happens when this yarn is blended with other fibers, what projects lend themselves to these specific yarns, and more. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip for easy vertical ruching with slipped stitches. 
Sep 1
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. 
Sep 1
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 1
2:00 PM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Deadliest Old House? THIS OLD HOUSE welcomes Edgar Hansen from Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch." To assess his skills, Tom puts Edgar to work patching cracks in the plaster walls, then Richard shows him how to "fish" water lines through the building. Norm and Tom raise the height of the railing on the second floor landing. Roger and Edgar remove the concrete stairs at the front entry. 
Sep 1
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  In this special program, the guys celebrate 300 episodes of ASK THIS OLD HOUSE by looking back at some of their best moments and revealing some behind-the-scenes secrets. 
Sep 1
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America St. Louis's Little Italy Everyone loves a warm plate of Spaghetti & Meatballs, and today Lidia teaches the viewer how to take that classic and make it the way she loves to eat it. She also adds a Sicilian specialty - arancini - or Rice Balls to the menu. 
Sep 1
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Candy Wrapper Pasta / La Pasta di Caramelle Mary Ann makes magic with a fresh pasta creation that looks like candy and tastes like heaven, called Caramelle. Each bite-sized, tiny pillow shaped masterpiece, twisted at each end, filled with ricotta cheese, prosciutto di parma, parmigiano reggiano cheese, then goes for a happy swim in a butter sauce, on its way to your waiting fork. 
Sep 1
4:00 PM
Father Knows Food Morning Ritual Weekend breakfasts are always a big event at the Reynolds house. Peter prepares three delicious morning treats for the family to enjoy before he takes the kids out to enjoy a wildlife adventure and homemade snack mix. 
Sep 1
4:30 PM
Father Knows Food Colt's Play Date Peter's son, Colt invites his schoolmates to the local park for some fun outdoors and great snack food. Peter prepares a menu that's a hit with both little ones and their parents. 
Sep 1
5:00 PM
Father Knows Food Couples Grill It's an adults only night and Peter is cooking everything on the grill at his brother, Morgan's house. The kids are setting the table and Peter's menu includes everything from a grilled salad to a grilled dessert. 
Sep 1
5:30 PM
Father Knows Food Grad Party Let the celebration begin! Peter hosts a high school graduation party for his nephew, Blaine and his fellow graduates. The menu is easy to eat party food enjoyed outdoors by the pool. 
Sep 1
6:00 PM
Father Knows Food Apres Ski Peter and his family love the Colorado mountains. Peter creates an après ski menu that is portable and brings it up to Winter Park to enjoy after a day on the slopes and tubing hills. 
Sep 1
6:30 PM
Father Knows Food Family Al Fresco Peter invites the entire Reynolds clan over for a beautiful outdoor feast. Each recipe is a personal favorite and Peter's kids join him in the kitchen for a little bit of the prep. 
Sep 1
6:57 PM
Head On GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD (GMF) KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Sep 1
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Poirot, Season 12: Dead Man's Folly A wealthy financier and his wife stage a grand party at their new summer home. Poirot (David Suchet) is a reluctant guest, urged to attend by his old friend Ariadne Oliver (Zoë Wanamaker), who suspects the "murder hunt" game she is preparing may turn out to be a real murder. 
Sep 1
8:30 PM
Film School Shorts Blood is Thicker than Mud Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Sep 1
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Man Up Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Sep 1
9:30 PM
On Story Philadelphia: A Look Back Ron Nyswaner recounts the social impact of his screenplay Philadelphia, a bold film released during a delicate time in history. Followed by Oliver Kember's Puzzled, about a young boy whose only chance at survival on the playground is to outsmart the other children. Short: Puzzled. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 1
10:57 PM
Head On ISIS . ISIS SUSAN: Journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic terrorists - ISIS. Journalist Steven Sotloff and at least 3 other Americans are hostage to ISIS. And these well-funded, strategic jihadists have massacred thousands of local Iraqi tribes people. Now what? The UN? Our friend-emies the Syrians? Drone strikes? More dead troops? KRISTA: We shouldn't have gone into Iraq. Once there, we shouldn't have pulled out prematurely. Now a radical Islamist state is growing and murdering moderate Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities. Now that an American has been viciously beheaded, we should adopt a better foreign policy somewhere between nation building and withdrawal. SUSAN: Top military brass insist that ISIS will not be defeated without taking the fight to Syria. Meantime, only the US and Britain rightfully, refuse to pay ransoms for kidnapped citizens. At the same time, we learn James Foley's killer was likely a Brit. No easy answers here. None. KRISTA: ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Al Shabaab, Hezbollah, Boka Haram, the Taliban. Radical Islam is on the rise in North Africa and Asia. It is a threat to civilization there and here. Having successfully stopped Communism, the US should lead the fight against this new threat. Brace for a long struggle. 
Sep 1
11:00 PM
Masterpiece Poirot, Season 12: Dead Man's Folly A wealthy financier and his wife stage a grand party at their new summer home. Poirot (David Suchet) is a reluctant guest, urged to attend by his old friend Ariadne Oliver (Zoë Wanamaker), who suspects the "murder hunt" game she is preparing may turn out to be a real murder. 
Sep 2
12:30 AM
Film School Shorts Sum of Its Parts Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Sep 2
1:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Deadliest Old House? THIS OLD HOUSE welcomes Edgar Hansen from Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch." To assess his skills, Tom puts Edgar to work patching cracks in the plaster walls, then Richard shows him how to "fish" water lines through the building. Norm and Tom raise the height of the railing on the second floor landing. Roger and Edgar remove the concrete stairs at the front entry. 
Sep 2
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  In this special program, the guys celebrate 300 episodes of ASK THIS OLD HOUSE by looking back at some of their best moments and revealing some behind-the-scenes secrets. 
Sep 2
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America St. Louis's Little Italy Everyone loves a warm plate of Spaghetti & Meatballs, and today Lidia teaches the viewer how to take that classic and make it the way she loves to eat it. She also adds a Sicilian specialty - arancini - or Rice Balls to the menu. 
Sep 2
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Candy Wrapper Pasta / La Pasta di Caramelle Mary Ann makes magic with a fresh pasta creation that looks like candy and tastes like heaven, called Caramelle. Each bite-sized, tiny pillow shaped masterpiece, twisted at each end, filled with ricotta cheese, prosciutto di parma, parmigiano reggiano cheese, then goes for a happy swim in a butter sauce, on its way to your waiting fork. 
Sep 2
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated A Taste of Spain Host Christopher Kimball goes into the kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to learn the secrets to making perfect Catalan-Style Beef Stew with Mushrooms. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of spaghetti. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make classic Spanish-Style Toasted Pasta with Shrimp. 
Sep 2
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Company's Coming Test cook Bridget Lancaster revives a classic recipe for Crown Roast of Pork. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for measuring spoons. Next, host Christopher Kimball shares the test kitchen's top food safety tips. And finally, Bridget shows Chris how to make Parmesan-Crusted Asparagus. 
Sep 2
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Resting Wren, Part 2 Having completed the background of this painting, Jerry next sketches the bird resting on the stump. Using a #4 bristle brush, he then blocks in the bird using inward strokes to create the loose shape and background for the feathers. While the body of the bird is drying, Jerry next adds light colored weeds for contrast to the front of the painting and adds detail with white and orange flowers to provide complimentary colors to the green weeds. Switching to the round Sable, Jerry teaches his feathering stroke as he applies the first level of light colored feathers to the breast, head and wings - using the appropriate strokes. Next, switching to a dark color, Jerry can complete the eye, beak and dark sections of the feathered areas under the wings. The wren is now ready for final highlights, using pure white and again light feathered strokes. Switching back to the dark color, Jerry can reemphasize the shadow areas on the bird as well as putting in the details of the legs, feet and focusing on the all-important eye area. Final highlights are then added to the tail section - and minor touches to produce a real feathery effect in order to complete the painting. 
Sep 2
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Ruches and Welts On today's episode we're getting started with a lesson on horizontal ruching and welts. These easy-to-knit elements add a touch of details to your knitwear. Next, on today's Accessorize Me segment Kristin and Eunny have a fun beret design to share, which is knit from the top down. Eunny demonstrates the unique cast-on for beginning this hat project. Then, Clara Parkes and Eunny talk about camelid blends on the Yarn Spotlight. What's a camelid, and what yarn do these animals produce? They explore what happens when this yarn is blended with other fibers, what projects lend themselves to these specific yarns, and more. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip for easy vertical ruching with slipped stitches. 
Sep 2
5:00 AM
This is America & the World THIS IS AMERICA VISITS JAPAN, Part I: Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (Japan) Recorded in Tokyo, Dennis Wholey speaks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The exclusive interview explores many facets of Japan and the crucial role that the country plays within the region and the world. As the first of five programs produced on-location in Japan, this interview is a wonderful introduction to a country with tremendous cultural depth and a strong vision for the future. The following programs will explore culture, trade & economy, innovation, the increasing role of women in the workforce, daily life in Japan and much more. 
Sep 2
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.  
Sep 2
5:56 AM
Head On Fergusan 1. FERGUSAN SUSAN: Fergusan MO - all you need to know: donating military weapons to local police is stupid. Poorly trained and educated police are dangerous. Politicians are more adept at duck and cover than peaceful protesters. Racism in American is alive and well. KRISTA: A police officer is hospitalized. A young adult is dead. The facts are under investigation. Yet, race baiters, politicians, and looters paint this as a racist act and profit from it. Was the officer defending himself? Was he racist? We don't yet know and should not judge until we do. SUSAN: Supporters of policeman Darren Wilson raised more money for him than's been raised for his victim, Michael Brown. Racism or merely stupidity - that kind of reactionary meanness is deeply disturbing. Declaring unwavering support for the cop's unwarranted brutality? Call it what you will - it's ugly. KRISTA: We don't know if it was unwarranted. A severely beaten officer might have been using justified force to save his own life. When a black officer shoots a white youth, no one cries racism unless the facts prove otherwise. We must wait for the investigation. Innocent until proven guilty, remember? 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 2
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Facial Exercises Facial exercises are important because they increase sensory awareness in mouth and encourge facial expression. These exercises are essential for anyone experiencing neurological challenges. 
Sep 2
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Fireflies It's time for the annual Wild Kratt Firefly picnic. Martin and Chris head off into the forest to find some fireflies to join in the fun, but fashion designer, Donita Donata, has been capturing all the fireflies to use in the making of a sparkly, one-of-a-kind dress. The Wild Kratts team has to save the firefly population!Science Concepts: Bioluminescence, Cold light 
Sep 2
8:00 AM
Curious George Guest Monkey/Charkie Goes to School George is almost as excited as Allie when it's her first day of school! It gets even better when she tells George he's invited to come with her tomorrow as a special guest monkey. Wearing his backpack and riding the school bus, George thinks he's got school down. He soon learns, though, that kindergarten has a lot of rules he isn't used to -- furniture isn't for climbing and you can't stand in the sand table. Oh, and oops, was that the plug of the water table he pulled out to investigate? As the teacher works on cleaning up her classroom, George (with the help of Allie and the other kids) works on building the teacher a castle she said she'd like. Will George be her knight in shining armor or will his efforts just create a bigger mess? / Charkie's building has a new rule - all dogs must have a good-behavior diploma from obedience school. But the day before the canine academy's final exam, Charkie still hasn't made it through the entire course! George steps in to help. He reconstructs the obstacle course on his building's rooftop and recruits the canine academy's top alumni, Hundley, to whip Charkie into shape. It doesn't work. Despite how hard they try, nothing keeps Charkie concentrated on the course. Then George notices that Charkie will do anything for a dog biscuit. Eureka! On the day of the exam, George leads Charkie through the course by tempting her with biscuits, but halfway through, the biscuits are gone! Can George figure out a way to get Charkie to cross the finish line amid all the distractions? 
Sep 2
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Hooray for Hair/Ice Is Nice Hooray for HairSally and Nick are getting their hair cut today; maybe they should try new hairstyles! A trip to meet three of Cat's friends (and some styling help from the Wig-o-lator) will help them decide! Should they have Yak hair? No, too hot! How about hair like a fur seal? Not quite, too short. A porcupine? No way! How will they ever get a hug from their moms with hair that spiky? They decide that the hair they have is what's perfect for them!Educational Objective: Animal hair isn't just 'stylish' - it has many protective purposes - like warmth, waterproofing and to ward off predators. Ice is NiceNick and Sally want some nice cold lemonade, but there are no more ice cubes in Sally's fridge! A trip to Freeze-your-knees Snowland will fix that! They meet Cat's friend Polly the polar bear who introduces Sally and Nick to all the different kinds of ice that make up her home. After trying many types of ice, they find the kind that will be perfect for their lemonade!Educational Objective: To learn about the different kinds of ice in the Arctic, and a little about the polar bear (Ursus maritimus). 
Sep 2
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pirate Puzzle Problem/The Scrap of Map Problem The Pirate Puzzle Problem - The Pirate Ship. Peg and Cat must help the pirates put together a puzzle, and then the four sections of their sinking ship. Primary Content: Composing and decomposing puzzlesSecondary Content: Recognizing the attributes of shapesThe Scrap of Map Problem - Pirate Island. When the Pirates' treasure map is torn and carried off by the wind, Peg and Cat and friends from far and wide put their scraps of map together to find the treasure.Primary Content: Working together to solve a problem, one-to-one countingSecondary Content: Using a map, fair sharing 
Sep 2
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Adventure Camp: Ziplining/Adventure Camp: Canyon Hiking ADVENTURE CAMP: ZIPLININGThe Nature Trackers Adventure Campers are back for another adventure and this time they'll be travelling to a rainforest! Once they arrive in the dense rainforest, the campers explore different levels of the ecosystem, including the forest floor and the canopy of leaves at the top of the forest. After a hike through the rainforest, the campers' fun adventure culminates as each kid takes a ride on a zip line, where they all get a bird's eye view of the entire rainforest!Educational Objective: Rainforests are very dense, warm, wet, forests that are home to a vast array of different life forms. Rainforests get a lot of rain, at least 70 inches per year. Rainforests, often called the "lungs of the Earth," generate much of the oxygen we breathe.ADVENTURE CAMP: CANYON HIKINGThe Nature Trackers Adventure Campers are led by Mr. Conductor and Gilbert on a hike down a canyon, where they can see the different layers of the Mesozoic Era! At first Lily Lambeosaurus is reluctant to go, thinking that a new adventure sounds hard, but Don convinces her that a new adventure can be worth the effort. At the bottom of the canyon, the kids dig for fossils. Each Nature Tracker goes home with a "new" Ammonite fossil, and Lily is so glad she tried something new!Educational Objective: Canyons are deep cuts in the earth's surface. They are formed by erosion. Erosion is mainly caused by the flow of rivers. It takes millions of years for canyons to become the grandiose natural landmarks they are today. The bottom rocks in canyons can date back billions of years, beyond the Mesozoic. Canyons can also be formed by a shift of the earth's tectonic plates. 
Sep 2
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. 
Sep 2
11:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Vancouver To Ketchikan Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Alaska's "Inside Passage"—from bustling Vancouver B.C. to colorful Ketchikan. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Sep 2
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts It's a Color Conundrum Color has the ability to change the look and focus of a quilt, especially when it comes to fabric choices. Our guests on this episode change or modify their initial fabric choice for a brand new look. We begin with Rayna Gillman and a fabric makeover. She shows us how to print on cloth that needs a little help, with the express purpose of slicing it up and using in a free-form quilt. Then, meet color expert Judy Coates Perez for an overview of 500 color recipes. She's creating custom recipes for dyeing fabric based on the weight of the fabric and water to dye ratio. Finally Michele Muska creates felted placemats with Dresden and double wedding ring shapes in a traditional color palette. 
Sep 2
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.  
Sep 2
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 2
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Weedless Gardening (NY) We visit a sustainable garden expert and author who nurtures the soil while reducing the labor in growing your own food in a weedless garden. 
Sep 2
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Structure Up With Bromeliads Let's go outside with hardy bromeliads to structure up your drought-tough garden. On tour, a family picks intrigue over lawn. 
Sep 2
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Eggs Eggs--all sizes, all types from chicken to quail to ostrich...soft, scrambled, poached...from omelets to Frittatas to Eggs Benedict...not to mention Julia and Jacques scrambling an ostrich egg as voluminous as a dozen and a half Grade A Large. 
Sep 2
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia  Norman Love, corporate pastry chef of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, prepares cake, espresso profiteroles and choux. 
Sep 2
4:00 PM
Father Knows Food Morning Ritual Weekend breakfasts are always a big event at the Reynolds house. Peter prepares three delicious morning treats for the family to enjoy before he takes the kids out to enjoy a wildlife adventure and homemade snack mix. 
Sep 2
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals  Celebrity chef and food legend Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style to public television with a new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Twenty fast-paced and engaging half-hour episodes feature quick and delicious entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks.SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS marks Moulton's public television homecoming; in 1979, she worked behind-the-scenes with the original celebrity chef, Julia Child, in Julia Child and More Company. As one of the Food Network's defining personalities, Moulton has won over legions of admirers with her hit series Cooking Live and Sara' Secrets. The busy mother of two also serves as the longtime executive chef of Gourmet magazine, the food editor of ABC's Good Morning America and the author of two cookbooks. As Herma Rosenthal noted in TV Guide, "Other TV chefs may own famous restaurants and perform with theatrical flair, but Moulton's the one you can actually picture popping over to help you fix the lumpy gravy or the fallen souffle."As a working parent, Moulton understands the challenges of placing a nourishing meal on the table after a long day on the job. In SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, she shares her ideas for preparing flavorful, healthy food with minimal fuss. Based on her cookbook, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Moulton's series redefines dinner with fast, tasty and routine-breaking entrees. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." In addition, an international team of Moulton's culinary friends prove that easy weeknight dinners come without borders.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 2
6:57 PM
Head On 6th CD . 6TH CDKRISTA: Redrawn to politically competitive, Colorado's 6th Congressional district is now home to the one of the tightest races in the country. Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman faces Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a far left candidate who moved to the district to run. Romanoff would be more at home in Boulder or Denver. SUSAN: Andrew is many things - smart, compassionate, conscientious and deliberate. A far left wing nut? Hardly. Romanoff'S record reflects the new CD 6 demographics - moderate, ethnically and economically diverse and centrist. Mike Coffman is a chameleon who can morph into changing surroundings. His conservative, reaction record says something else. KRISTA: Born in 6th CD, I've lived here most of my life. What we need is someone who will vote to repeal the disastrous Obamacare law, balance the federal budget, and support entitlement reform. Romanoff will do none of those things. Coffman has and will continue to represent us well. SUSAN: Then vote for Andrew. He aims to balance the federal budget. Check out his TV ad. On the contrary, Coffman consistently votes to shift the tax burden from billionaires to the middle class; to make college for expensive for working families and in support of increased Medicare costs for seniors. Coffman vote for plutocrats - not the 6th CD. 
Sep 2
7:00 PM
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange That's My Face Epic in scope, That's My Face offers a groundbreaking perspective on the diasporic search for a mythic African motherland. Crossing three continents and three generations, documentarian Thomas Allen Harris chronicles his own struggles with cultural identity as he journeys to Salvador Da Bahia, the African heart and soul of Brazil, on a quest to find his spiritual ancestors. 
Sep 2
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Vintage Des Moines Fifteen years after first visiting Des Moines, Iowa, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW looks back on featured items to see if their value has changed. Highlights include a Rambling Mickey Mouse toy with its original box, ca. 1934; Charles Lindbergh memorabilia; and a Samuel McIntire medallion that has soared in value from $70,000-$90,000 to $200,000-$300,000. 
Sep 2
9:00 PM
Cosplay! Crafting a Secret Identity A mainstay of "geek culture" for years, cosplay — a contraction of "Costume Play"— only recently emerged from the shadows of the sci-fi convention and into the mainstream. Cosplay involves participants dressing like characters from comic books, science fiction, video games, anime or other works of fiction. COSPLAY! CRAFTING A SECRET IDENTITY, produced by the team behind the Emmy-winning Four Days at Dragon*Con, ventures into the workshops and lives of people who elevate fantasy costuming to the professional level. The one-hour documentary examines both the pageantry on display at large conventions like Dragon Con, and also the art and skill involved in making these outlandish, complex costumes. Throughout, CNN.com's resident "geek expert" Ann Hoevel, cosplayer/journalist Meredith Placko and others act as guides through this fascinating subculture. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 2
10:57 PM
Head On DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS KRISTA: Task forces, convened early this year to review the policies of the troubled Denver Sheriff Department released 40 draft recommendations. Recommendations would increase training, supervision, and monitoring. The discipline task force did not offer suggestions because its work continues. Will the recommendations actually change the broken culture of the department? SUSAN: Denver's dept of safety is a mess. Judge John Kane ought to call in the Justice Department - the sooner the better. Mayor Hancock wouldn't know an independent review if it sat down next to him at dinner. His task force is full of cronies and political lackeys who care only about protecting our good-natured but clueless Mayor. KRISTA: There's no point in bringing in the feds. They are likely to politicize the situation. The Denver Sheriff Department should follow the recommendations from the task forces and work hard to redeem the agency's reputation. Mistakes have cost taxpayers millions and victims even more. Time for a new chapter. SUSAN: On the contrary. The feds will bring expertise to a terrible situation that's been entirely politicized by a mayoral administration focused on Michael Hancock's re-election - not a transparent investigation. Hancock failed to fire his buddy the chief sheriff who either didn''t know about or covered up abuses. Bring in the feds. 
Sep 2
11:00 PM
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange That's My Face Epic in scope, That's My Face offers a groundbreaking perspective on the diasporic search for a mythic African motherland. Crossing three continents and three generations, documentarian Thomas Allen Harris chronicles his own struggles with cultural identity as he journeys to Salvador Da Bahia, the African heart and soul of Brazil, on a quest to find his spiritual ancestors. 
Sep 3
12:00 AM
Cosplay! Crafting a Secret Identity A mainstay of "geek culture" for years, cosplay — a contraction of "Costume Play"— only recently emerged from the shadows of the sci-fi convention and into the mainstream. Cosplay involves participants dressing like characters from comic books, science fiction, video games, anime or other works of fiction. COSPLAY! CRAFTING A SECRET IDENTITY, produced by the team behind the Emmy-winning Four Days at Dragon*Con, ventures into the workshops and lives of people who elevate fantasy costuming to the professional level. The one-hour documentary examines both the pageantry on display at large conventions like Dragon Con, and also the art and skill involved in making these outlandish, complex costumes. Throughout, CNN.com's resident "geek expert" Ann Hoevel, cosplayer/journalist Meredith Placko and others act as guides through this fascinating subculture. 
Sep 3
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Weedless Gardening (NY) We visit a sustainable garden expert and author who nurtures the soil while reducing the labor in growing your own food in a weedless garden. 
Sep 3
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Structure Up With Bromeliads Let's go outside with hardy bromeliads to structure up your drought-tough garden. On tour, a family picks intrigue over lawn. 
Sep 3
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Julian Serrano Julian Serrano creates a lobster and chicken paella for a main course and crème fraiche ice cream with almond roasted figs and honey lime peaches for dessert. When making the paella, Serrano uses a paellero ? a shallow, wide pan. 
Sep 3
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans White Squash and Shrimp Soup and Pan Roast Lemonfish with Ginger-pea Risotto White Squash and Shrimp Soup and Pan Roast Lemonfish with Ginger-pea Risotto 
Sep 3
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia  Norman Love, corporate pastry chef of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, prepares cake, espresso profiteroles and choux. 
Sep 3
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals  Celebrity chef and food legend Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style to public television with a new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Twenty fast-paced and engaging half-hour episodes feature quick and delicious entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks.SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS marks Moulton's public television homecoming; in 1979, she worked behind-the-scenes with the original celebrity chef, Julia Child, in Julia Child and More Company. As one of the Food Network's defining personalities, Moulton has won over legions of admirers with her hit series Cooking Live and Sara' Secrets. The busy mother of two also serves as the longtime executive chef of Gourmet magazine, the food editor of ABC's Good Morning America and the author of two cookbooks. As Herma Rosenthal noted in TV Guide, "Other TV chefs may own famous restaurants and perform with theatrical flair, but Moulton's the one you can actually picture popping over to help you fix the lumpy gravy or the fallen souffle."As a working parent, Moulton understands the challenges of placing a nourishing meal on the table after a long day on the job. In SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, she shares her ideas for preparing flavorful, healthy food with minimal fuss. Based on her cookbook, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Moulton's series redefines dinner with fast, tasty and routine-breaking entrees. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." In addition, an international team of Moulton's culinary friends prove that easy weeknight dinners come without borders.  
Sep 3
4:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Vancouver To Ketchikan Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Alaska's "Inside Passage"—from bustling Vancouver B.C. to colorful Ketchikan. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Sep 3
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts It's a Color Conundrum Color has the ability to change the look and focus of a quilt, especially when it comes to fabric choices. Our guests on this episode change or modify their initial fabric choice for a brand new look. We begin with Rayna Gillman and a fabric makeover. She shows us how to print on cloth that needs a little help, with the express purpose of slicing it up and using in a free-form quilt. Then, meet color expert Judy Coates Perez for an overview of 500 color recipes. She's creating custom recipes for dyeing fabric based on the weight of the fabric and water to dye ratio. Finally Michele Muska creates felted placemats with Dresden and double wedding ring shapes in a traditional color palette. 
Sep 3
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.  
Sep 3
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.  
Sep 3
5:56 AM
Head On GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD (GMF) KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Sep 3
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.  
Sep 3
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.  
Sep 3
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.  
Sep 3
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit We've Gone Country Country music sets the tone and pace for this fun full body workout. 
Sep 3
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Tazzy Chris When Martin and Chris assist the Tasmanian Wildlife Service in tagging endangered Tasmanian Devils, they discover that Zach Varmitech has been kidnapping them to create a ferocious new Zachbot.Science Concepts: A healthy ecosystem has both predators and scavengers. Scavengers are animals that eat mostly other dead animals. 
Sep 3
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. 
Sep 3
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Step This Way/Anything You Can Do Step This WayThe kids are playing dress-up, with Sally wearing her mom's shoes, and Nick wearing his dad's shoes. They're having trouble walking, and the Cat thinks it's because their feet are the wrong shape. But doesn't everyone have the same shaped feet? Not at all! The Cat takes them to the Jungle of Bingle-Bungle Boo to meet his friends Emily the teal, Mikey the lemur and Greg the Gecko. They see that animals have differently shaped feet to help them do different things! You need the right feet for the right job!Educational Objective: Creatures have different feet for different uses.Anything You Can DoNick and Sally are pretending to be The Cat in the Hat. But there's only one Cat, no doubt about that! Pretending to be other people is hard. The Cat takes Nick and Sally to meet his good friend Mimi the Mimic Octopus to learn some tips on how to pretend to be someone else. They learn how to observe, pick out something special about the person and then copy it. Mimi does it to protect herself, but now Nick and Sally can pretend to be the one and only Cat!Educational Objective: The mimic octopus has a remarkable ability to imitate other sea creatures. 
Sep 3
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 
Sep 3
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. 
Sep 3
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Judy and the Beast Judy needs to find the perfect, unique beast for her story. She tries out many, but finds that a horse is just right for the job.Educational Objective: Self-Regulation 
Sep 3
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Surging Surf, part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th 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. 
Sep 3
11:30 AM
Sew It All Put a Pin in It, Jennifer Davey Make chevron patchwork pincushions in three sizes. 
Sep 3
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.  
Sep 3
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.  
Sep 3
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."  
Sep 3
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Low maintenance gardens that reflect the homeowners' personality can be beautiful and attractive. Moreover, it can be easier than one might think. Tune in, GardenSMART will show you two very different, yet distinctive examples. Tune in. 
Sep 3
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Deck Projects for Every Home What is the best deck design and what materials do you use? These are just a few of the tips covered in the ultimate deck show. 
Sep 3
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Mediterranean Baja" The Baja California peninsula boasts a climate reminiscent of those on the Mediterranean Sea. Thousands of olive trees and vineyards in Northern Baja capture the distinctiveness of this region of Mexico. We explore the amazing grilled octopus at Tres Virgenes in La Paz and enjoy mesquite-grilled lamb with 9-chile mole sauce. Rick makes tacos of kale and spinach with a green garlic mojo from the gardens of the renowned spa Rancho La Puerta. In Tijuana, Chef Miguel Angel Guerrero Yagües shows off his terrific wood-fired grill to Rick before he cooks lamb three ways. Chef Jair Tellez makes a geoduck ceviche at his dreamy Laja restaurant in the Valle de Guadalupe. At home, Rick grills lamb with fennel and a red chile salsa. Astonishing Baja, indeed. 
Sep 3
3:30 PM
Taste This! 1806 - Steak House Favorites Chef Joe is featuring an organic rib eye steak in which he will show how to properly butcher the meat. The steak will be topped off with fresh cheese and marinated vegetables. 
Sep 3
4:00 PM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Super Sunday Brunch 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. 
Sep 3
4:30 PM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Produce On The Farm, host Ian Knauer follows his ingredients from their very beginnings all the way to the dinner table. Whether he's milking a cow to make fresh cheeses that are the star of dinner or harvesting honey, fresh from the hive, that becomes the key ingredient in the meal, he is educating his viewers about exactly where wholesome, delicious food comes from. This series doesn't just highlight a fad in American food, but an eco-conscious, fresh and a fun lifestyle, and it brings education back to cooking television by way of easy to follow recipes and the importance of sustainable agriculture. Viewers will feel as if they've been invited to roll up their sleeves and experience the way their ancestors grew and ate their food as a way to look to the future of American food. 
Sep 3
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.  
Sep 3
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.  
Sep 3
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.  
Sep 3
6:57 PM
Head On ISIS . ISIS SUSAN: Journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic terrorists - ISIS. Journalist Steven Sotloff and at least 3 other Americans are hostage to ISIS. And these well-funded, strategic jihadists have massacred thousands of local Iraqi tribes people. Now what? The UN? Our friend-emies the Syrians? Drone strikes? More dead troops? KRISTA: We shouldn't have gone into Iraq. Once there, we shouldn't have pulled out prematurely. Now a radical Islamist state is growing and murdering moderate Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities. Now that an American has been viciously beheaded, we should adopt a better foreign policy somewhere between nation building and withdrawal. SUSAN: Top military brass insist that ISIS will not be defeated without taking the fight to Syria. Meantime, only the US and Britain rightfully, refuse to pay ransoms for kidnapped citizens. At the same time, we learn James Foley's killer was likely a Brit. No easy answers here. None. KRISTA: ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Al Shabaab, Hezbollah, Boka Haram, the Taliban. Radical Islam is on the rise in North Africa and Asia. It is a threat to civilization there and here. Having successfully stopped Communism, the US should lead the fight against this new threat. Brace for a long struggle. 
Sep 3
7:00 PM
Intelligence Squared The GOP: Seize the Center or Die? 2012 was a disappointing year for Republicans. The failure to win key swing states in the presidential election, and surprising losses in the House and Senate have prompted some reflection. Was their embrace of small government, low taxes and a strong conservative stance on social issues at odds with shifting American demographics? Or did the GOP embrace the right platform, but the wrong candidates? 
Sep 3
8:00 PM
FRONTLINE Poor Kids These are hard times in the Quad Cities, a great American crossroads along the border of Iowa and Illinois, where the Mississippi River intersects Interstate 80. Home to John Deere manufacturing and the nation's breadbasket, it's also an area deeply scarred by the recession. FRONTLINE follows three young girls growing up amidst their families' struggles against financial ruin. This an intimate portrait of the economic crisis as it's rarely seen, through the eyes of children. With one in five American children living below the poverty line, "Poor Kids" is an unflinching and revealing exploration of what poverty means to children — and to the country's future. 
Sep 3
9:00 PM
Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives When the US government ignored repeated warnings by its own scientists and allowed untested genetically modified (GM) crops into our environment and food supply, it was a gamble of unprecedented proportions. The health of all living things and all future generations were put at risk by an infant technology. After two decades, physicians and scientists have uncovered a grave trend. The same serious health problems found in lab animals, livestock, and pets that have been fed GM foods are now on the rise in the US population. And when people and animals stop eating genetically modified organisms (GMOs), their health improves. This seminal documentary by bestselling author Jeffrey M Smith provides compelling evidence to help explain the deteriorating health of Americans, especially among children, and offers a recipe for protecting ourselves and our future. 
Sep 3
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."  
Sep 3
10:57 PM
Head On Fergusan 1. FERGUSAN SUSAN: Fergusan MO - all you need to know: donating military weapons to local police is stupid. Poorly trained and educated police are dangerous. Politicians are more adept at duck and cover than peaceful protesters. Racism in American is alive and well. KRISTA: A police officer is hospitalized. A young adult is dead. The facts are under investigation. Yet, race baiters, politicians, and looters paint this as a racist act and profit from it. Was the officer defending himself? Was he racist? We don't yet know and should not judge until we do. SUSAN: Supporters of policeman Darren Wilson raised more money for him than's been raised for his victim, Michael Brown. Racism or merely stupidity - that kind of reactionary meanness is deeply disturbing. Declaring unwavering support for the cop's unwarranted brutality? Call it what you will - it's ugly. KRISTA: We don't know if it was unwarranted. A severely beaten officer might have been using justified force to save his own life. When a black officer shoots a white youth, no one cries racism unless the facts prove otherwise. We must wait for the investigation. Innocent until proven guilty, remember? 
Sep 3
11:00 PM
Intelligence Squared The GOP: Seize the Center or Die? 2012 was a disappointing year for Republicans. The failure to win key swing states in the presidential election, and surprising losses in the House and Senate have prompted some reflection. Was their embrace of small government, low taxes and a strong conservative stance on social issues at odds with shifting American demographics? Or did the GOP embrace the right platform, but the wrong candidates? 
Sep 4
12:00 AM
Intelligence Squared The GOP: Seize the Center or Die? 2012 was a disappointing year for Republicans. The failure to win key swing states in the presidential election, and surprising losses in the House and Senate have prompted some reflection. Was their embrace of small government, low taxes and a strong conservative stance on social issues at odds with shifting American demographics? Or did the GOP embrace the right platform, but the wrong candidates? 
Sep 4
1:00 AM
Genetic Roulette: The Gamble of Our Lives When the US government ignored repeated warnings by its own scientists and allowed untested genetically modified (GM) crops into our environment and food supply, it was a gamble of unprecedented proportions. The health of all living things and all future generations were put at risk by an infant technology. After two decades, physicians and scientists have uncovered a grave trend. The same serious health problems found in lab animals, livestock, and pets that have been fed GM foods are now on the rise in the US population. And when people and animals stop eating genetically modified organisms (GMOs), their health improves. This seminal documentary by bestselling author Jeffrey M Smith provides compelling evidence to help explain the deteriorating health of Americans, especially among children, and offers a recipe for protecting ourselves and our future. 
Sep 4
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Mediterranean Baja" The Baja California peninsula boasts a climate reminiscent of those on the Mediterranean Sea. Thousands of olive trees and vineyards in Northern Baja capture the distinctiveness of this region of Mexico. We explore the amazing grilled octopus at Tres Virgenes in La Paz and enjoy mesquite-grilled lamb with 9-chile mole sauce. Rick makes tacos of kale and spinach with a green garlic mojo from the gardens of the renowned spa Rancho La Puerta. In Tijuana, Chef Miguel Angel Guerrero Yagües shows off his terrific wood-fired grill to Rick before he cooks lamb three ways. Chef Jair Tellez makes a geoduck ceviche at his dreamy Laja restaurant in the Valle de Guadalupe. At home, Rick grills lamb with fennel and a red chile salsa. Astonishing Baja, indeed. 
Sep 4
2:30 AM
Taste This! 1806 - Steak House Favorites Chef Joe is featuring an organic rib eye steak in which he will show how to properly butcher the meat. The steak will be topped off with fresh cheese and marinated vegetables. 
Sep 4
3:00 AM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Super Sunday Brunch 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. 
Sep 4
3:30 AM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Produce On The Farm, host Ian Knauer follows his ingredients from their very beginnings all the way to the dinner table. Whether he's milking a cow to make fresh cheeses that are the star of dinner or harvesting honey, fresh from the hive, that becomes the key ingredient in the meal, he is educating his viewers about exactly where wholesome, delicious food comes from. This series doesn't just highlight a fad in American food, but an eco-conscious, fresh and a fun lifestyle, and it brings education back to cooking television by way of easy to follow recipes and the importance of sustainable agriculture. Viewers will feel as if they've been invited to roll up their sleeves and experience the way their ancestors grew and ate their food as a way to look to the future of American food. 
Sep 4
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Surging Surf, part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th 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. 
Sep 4
4:30 AM
Sew It All Put a Pin in It, Jennifer Davey Make chevron patchwork pincushions in three sizes. 
Sep 4
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.  
Sep 4
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.  
Sep 4
5:57 AM
Head On 6th CD . 6TH CDKRISTA: Redrawn to politically competitive, Colorado's 6th Congressional district is now home to the one of the tightest races in the country. Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman faces Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a far left candidate who moved to the district to run. Romanoff would be more at home in Boulder or Denver. SUSAN: Andrew is many things - smart, compassionate, conscientious and deliberate. A far left wing nut? Hardly. Romanoff'S record reflects the new CD 6 demographics - moderate, ethnically and economically diverse and centrist. Mike Coffman is a chameleon who can morph into changing surroundings. His conservative, reaction record says something else. KRISTA: Born in 6th CD, I've lived here most of my life. What we need is someone who will vote to repeal the disastrous Obamacare law, balance the federal budget, and support entitlement reform. Romanoff will do none of those things. Coffman has and will continue to represent us well. SUSAN: Then vote for Andrew. He aims to balance the federal budget. Check out his TV ad. On the contrary, Coffman consistently votes to shift the tax burden from billionaires to the middle class; to make college for expensive for working families and in support of increased Medicare costs for seniors. Coffman vote for plutocrats - not the 6th CD. 
Sep 4
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.  
Sep 4
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.  
Sep 4
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.  
Sep 4
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Don't Forget Your Fingers Paying special attention to the finger joints is important in our quest to stay independent and keep our hands functioning well. 
Sep 4
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Walk on the Wetside When Martin and Chris search for and find an amazing water-walking Basilisk lizard in Costa Rica, they try to replicate its actions in order to learn how this rare lizard is able to walk on water.Science Concepts: By using its wide feet, churning their legs to create water pockets and keeping up a certain speed, the Basilisk is made to run on water in order to escape from predators. 
Sep 4
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. 
Sep 4
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. 
Sep 4
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 
Sep 4
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. 
Sep 4
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! 
Sep 4
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Sep 4
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Quick Column Quilts, Part 1 Replace traditional quilt blocks with sleek columns of fabric. Nancy sews Heartbeat Columns and Interrupted Columns—both provide pleasing movement. The Heartbeat Quilt looks much like an EKG. It's a perfect baby quilt in bold colors! Interrupted strata columns teach basic color coordination, and the horizontal strips provide artistic interruptions. 
Sep 4
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.  
Sep 4
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Dale Brown - Strike Force Dale Brown is a former U.S. Air Force Captain and best selling author. He has been a past guest on Between the Lines and once again joins us with the latest adventures of Air Force Lt. General, Patrick McLanahan. Filled with cutting edge weaponry, his newest work, Strike Force, combines intrigue, suspense and a situation that makes us think twice, is this fiction or a near future reality. 
Sep 4
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."  
Sep 4
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  In Montana, meet a rancher and his family with an entirely new take on raising cows and horses and the related management of the land. In Florida, spend a day with a fisherman — armed only with a hand net — who catches local mullet that Chef Daniel prepares for a local dinner. At the Victory Garden, Roger checks on the onions and potatoes and Chef Marian makes a braised broccoli rabe. 
Sep 4
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Crazy for Berries P. Allen Smith is picking on berries in this episode of GARDEN TO TABLE. Allen visits a you-pick-em strawberry operation and then demonstrates how to put them to use in the kitchen to make refreshing strawberry lemonade. We'll also hear a short history lesson on the "Indian Series" of blackberries and how they were developed and get ideas for using blueberries in your landscaping. 
Sep 4
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Pan Searing In this episode, Martha demonstrates how to pan sear, a technique that produces consistently satisfying — and quick — meats and fish. Pan searing involves browning food quickly over high heat so it develops a nice crust and locks in the flavor and juiciness. Martha shares her technique for pan-seared scallops with lemon-caper sauce and offers recipes for crisp-skinned salmon filet, pan-seared steak with mustard-cream sauce and Muscovy duck breasts with port-wine reduction. 
Sep 4
3:30 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino Espresso Ribeye & Fried Green Tomatoes Sometime in life, the most unexpected combination of flavors creates true culinary masterpieces. In this episode Chef Stellino does just that, a magic rub containing espresso turns a great steak into a work of art. Then Nick teaches us how to create a southern favorite, Fried Green Tomatoes. 
Sep 4
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking  In this unique series, host Andreas Viestad brings his mobile kitchen to Norway's fjords, cities and countryside where he prepares simple, delicious food in the great outdoors. Andreas brings a truly fresh approach to cooking, weaving traditional Scandinavian ingredients into modern recipes that are fun and easy to prepare.  
Sep 4
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions What's Cooking in Rome? Burt visits the Coliseum and discovers that it had a roof that could be pulled into place during bad weather - 2,000 years before the Houston Astrodome. We find out why the Pantheon was never broken down for its marble, look into the best places for pizza, and ice cream, discover a new hotel in the finest part of town and take a private tour of the Vatican, St. Peters and the Sistine Chapel. 
Sep 4
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.  
Sep 4
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.  
Sep 4
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.  
Sep 4
6:56 PM
Head On DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS KRISTA: Task forces, convened early this year to review the policies of the troubled Denver Sheriff Department released 40 draft recommendations. Recommendations would increase training, supervision, and monitoring. The discipline task force did not offer suggestions because its work continues. Will the recommendations actually change the broken culture of the department? SUSAN: Denver's dept of safety is a mess. Judge John Kane ought to call in the Justice Department - the sooner the better. Mayor Hancock wouldn't know an independent review if it sat down next to him at dinner. His task force is full of cronies and political lackeys who care only about protecting our good-natured but clueless Mayor. KRISTA: There's no point in bringing in the feds. They are likely to politicize the situation. The Denver Sheriff Department should follow the recommendations from the task forces and work hard to redeem the agency's reputation. Mistakes have cost taxpayers millions and victims even more. Time for a new chapter. SUSAN: On the contrary. The feds will bring expertise to a terrible situation that's been entirely politicized by a mayoral administration focused on Michael Hancock's re-election - not a transparent investigation. Hancock failed to fire his buddy the chief sheriff who either didn''t know about or covered up abuses. Bring in the feds. 
Sep 4
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Around The World — Pacific Journeys: Tonga to New Caledonia Zay's island-hopping escapades take him now to the independent Kingdom of Tonga and then on to multi-cultural Fiji, once home to cannibals and Indian plantation workers that were brought to the islands to harvest sugar cane. In Norfolk Island, we learn about its convict past while the hills of New Caledonia make a perfect setting for an island trek to the country's native inhabitants. Zay ends his journey in Noumea, where the Kanak people's culture is celebrated at the Tibijao Cultural Center, an architectural marvel that combines ancient knowledge with modern techniques. 
Sep 4
8:00 PM
NOVA Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Life Explodes How did life storm the beaches and dominate planet Earth? Ancient Australian fossils offer clues. While the oceans were teeming, the world above the waves remained an almost lifeless wasteland — until the Silurian period, when the conquest of the land began. Host Richard Smith introduces Earth's forgotten pioneers: the scuttling arthropod armies that invaded the shores and the waves of green revolutionaries whose battle for the light pushed plant life across the face of a barren continent. Join NOVA's prehistoric adventure as four-legged animals walk onto dry land, with the planet poised for disaster. 
Sep 4
9:00 PM
After Words AFTER WORDS movingly illuminates the struggle of individuals with aphasia, an acquired communication disorder. Often the result of stroke, traumatic brain injury, or neurological disease, aphasia affects an individual's ability to speak. It is often mistaken for a disorder of intelligence or personality. Due to this misunderstanding, there is often fear, exclusion, or stigma associated with aphasia. The National Aphasia Association estimates that over one million Americans are affected by aphasia which can take many forms. The film features famed neurologist and author Oliver Sacks, speech and language pathologists, members of the National Aphasia Association, and performers such as Bobby McFerrin, Julie Harris, and Jan Curtis, whose lives have been touched by aphasia. 
Sep 4
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."  
Sep 4
10:57 PM
Head On GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD (GMF) KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Sep 4
11:00 PM
Globe Trekker Around The World — Pacific Journeys: Tonga to New Caledonia Zay's island-hopping escapades take him now to the independent Kingdom of Tonga and then on to multi-cultural Fiji, once home to cannibals and Indian plantation workers that were brought to the islands to harvest sugar cane. In Norfolk Island, we learn about its convict past while the hills of New Caledonia make a perfect setting for an island trek to the country's native inhabitants. Zay ends his journey in Noumea, where the Kanak people's culture is celebrated at the Tibijao Cultural Center, an architectural marvel that combines ancient knowledge with modern techniques. 
Sep 5
12:00 AM
After Words AFTER WORDS movingly illuminates the struggle of individuals with aphasia, an acquired communication disorder. Often the result of stroke, traumatic brain injury, or neurological disease, aphasia affects an individual's ability to speak. It is often mistaken for a disorder of intelligence or personality. Due to this misunderstanding, there is often fear, exclusion, or stigma associated with aphasia. The National Aphasia Association estimates that over one million Americans are affected by aphasia which can take many forms. The film features famed neurologist and author Oliver Sacks, speech and language pathologists, members of the National Aphasia Association, and performers such as Bobby McFerrin, Julie Harris, and Jan Curtis, whose lives have been touched by aphasia. 
Sep 5
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  In Montana, meet a rancher and his family with an entirely new take on raising cows and horses and the related management of the land. In Florida, spend a day with a fisherman — armed only with a hand net — who catches local mullet that Chef Daniel prepares for a local dinner. At the Victory Garden, Roger checks on the onions and potatoes and Chef Marian makes a braised broccoli rabe. 
Sep 5
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Crazy for Berries P. Allen Smith is picking on berries in this episode of GARDEN TO TABLE. Allen visits a you-pick-em strawberry operation and then demonstrates how to put them to use in the kitchen to make refreshing strawberry lemonade. We'll also hear a short history lesson on the "Indian Series" of blackberries and how they were developed and get ideas for using blueberries in your landscaping. 
Sep 5
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Pan Searing In this episode, Martha demonstrates how to pan sear, a technique that produces consistently satisfying — and quick — meats and fish. Pan searing involves browning food quickly over high heat so it develops a nice crust and locks in the flavor and juiciness. Martha shares her technique for pan-seared scallops with lemon-caper sauce and offers recipes for crisp-skinned salmon filet, pan-seared steak with mustard-cream sauce and Muscovy duck breasts with port-wine reduction. 
Sep 5
2:30 AM
Cooking With Nick Stellino Espresso Ribeye & Fried Green Tomatoes Sometime in life, the most unexpected combination of flavors creates true culinary masterpieces. In this episode Chef Stellino does just that, a magic rub containing espresso turns a great steak into a work of art. Then Nick teaches us how to create a southern favorite, Fried Green Tomatoes. 
Sep 5
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking  In this unique series, host Andreas Viestad brings his mobile kitchen to Norway's fjords, cities and countryside where he prepares simple, delicious food in the great outdoors. Andreas brings a truly fresh approach to cooking, weaving traditional Scandinavian ingredients into modern recipes that are fun and easy to prepare.  
Sep 5
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions What's Cooking in Rome? Burt visits the Coliseum and discovers that it had a roof that could be pulled into place during bad weather - 2,000 years before the Houston Astrodome. We find out why the Pantheon was never broken down for its marble, look into the best places for pizza, and ice cream, discover a new hotel in the finest part of town and take a private tour of the Vatican, St. Peters and the Sistine Chapel. 
Sep 5
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Sep 5
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Quick Column Quilts, Part 1 Replace traditional quilt blocks with sleek columns of fabric. Nancy sews Heartbeat Columns and Interrupted Columns—both provide pleasing movement. The Heartbeat Quilt looks much like an EKG. It's a perfect baby quilt in bold colors! Interrupted strata columns teach basic color coordination, and the horizontal strips provide artistic interruptions. 
Sep 5
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.  
Sep 5
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Dale Brown - Strike Force Dale Brown is a former U.S. Air Force Captain and best selling author. He has been a past guest on Between the Lines and once again joins us with the latest adventures of Air Force Lt. General, Patrick McLanahan. Filled with cutting edge weaponry, his newest work, Strike Force, combines intrigue, suspense and a situation that makes us think twice, is this fiction or a near future reality. 
Sep 5
5:57 AM
Head On ISIS . ISIS SUSAN: Journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic terrorists - ISIS. Journalist Steven Sotloff and at least 3 other Americans are hostage to ISIS. And these well-funded, strategic jihadists have massacred thousands of local Iraqi tribes people. Now what? The UN? Our friend-emies the Syrians? Drone strikes? More dead troops? KRISTA: We shouldn't have gone into Iraq. Once there, we shouldn't have pulled out prematurely. Now a radical Islamist state is growing and murdering moderate Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities. Now that an American has been viciously beheaded, we should adopt a better foreign policy somewhere between nation building and withdrawal. SUSAN: Top military brass insist that ISIS will not be defeated without taking the fight to Syria. Meantime, only the US and Britain rightfully, refuse to pay ransoms for kidnapped citizens. At the same time, we learn James Foley's killer was likely a Brit. No easy answers here. None. KRISTA: ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Al Shabaab, Hezbollah, Boka Haram, the Taliban. Radical Islam is on the rise in North Africa and Asia. It is a threat to civilization there and here. Having successfully stopped Communism, the US should lead the fight against this new threat. Brace for a long struggle. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 5
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Vestibular System Mary Ann challenges your vestibular system with a fun ball routine and other functional movements set to jazz music. 
Sep 5
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Let the Rhinos Roll! The Wild Kratt team is on a mission to discover why Rhinos are mysteriously disappearing from the African Savannah. They soon discover that Zach Varmitech has been kidnapping them to create a new super Rhino tank and come up with a plan to rescue them. Science Concepts: Symbiotic relationships; Animals have different structures and behaviors that help them defend themselves. Rhinos use their size, sharp horn, mud bathing and their relationship with a small bird for defense. 
Sep 5
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. 
Sep 5
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. 
Sep 5
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Potty Problem/The Butter Problem The Potty Problem - Viv's house. Peg and Cat must teach Big Mouth the 6 steps for going to the potty, or his visit to Viv's house will be ruined - as will Viv's carpet!Primary Content: Ordering stepsSecondary Content: Pattern recognitionThe Butter Problem - The Farm. To compete in a butter sculpting contest, Peg and Cat must learn certain math skills by doing farm chores.Primary Content: Applying prior knowledgeSecondary Content: Following diagrams 
Sep 5
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. 
Sep 5
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Big Bird's Nest Sale Snuffy helps Big Bird with his nest sale and accidentally sells Big Bird's teddy bear, Radar.Educational Objectives: Cognitive Reasoning, Emotional Development 
Sep 5
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Sioux Moccasins Sarah talks with artist and curator Bob Coronato in Hulett, Wyoming and learns about American Indian artifacts from his collection in the Rogues Gallery. Roger uses acrylics and paints a pair of beaded Sioux moccasins from the 1890s. 
Sep 5
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3101 Quick Trip Sewn from strips this quilt is simplified with unmatched seams. 
Sep 5
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.  
Sep 5
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. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 5
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Man Up Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Sep 5
2:30 PM
On Story Deconstructing Dog Day Afternoon Frank Pierson's Academy Award® winning Dog Day Afternoon elevates the classic crime genre through its exploration of textured characters and rationale. Screenwriters Robin Swicord (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) and Peter Craig (The Town) examine the story's masterful reveal of information and its surprising, but inevitable and honest conclusion. 
Sep 5
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Dennis Lee & Cooking With The Binchotan Sitting by the dock of the bay at San Francisco's Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, Ming shows viewers some of the city's best street food. Gone are the days of hot dogs, pretzels and fried dough. In their place you'll now find restaurant quality food in the form of Korean tacos, wood fired pizzas and Roti. Ming visits Dennis Lee, chef/owner of Namu at his Korean Street Food Cart to try some amazing Korean food. Back at Namu's restaurant kitchen Ming and Dennis try their hand at cooking on the fly when they come up with their own versions of modern day street fare. 
Sep 5
3:30 PM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The Kebabs Of The World Unite Meat on a stick represented the first technological leap forward in the evolution of barbecue. The popularity of kebabs and sates around the world attests to the universal appeal of skewered foods. So why do so many kebabs come on bamboo skewers with burnt ends or on metal skewers with raw onions, overcooked meat, and tomatoes that fall into the embers? If you've ever had trouble nailing the perfect shish kebab, or you want to expand your repertoire, this show is for you.Persian Quick Beef Kebabs - beef tenderloin, red-ripe plum tomatoes, Bermuda onions and Anaheim chili peppers - individually skewered and grilled to perfection.Swordfish Souvlaki - Cubed swordfish steak marinated in white wine and herbs and delicately threaded on skewers with onion and bay leaves.Savory Thai Chicken Sate - thinly sliced chicken breast woven onto bamboo skewers, quickly grilled and served on a fresh lettuce leaf with diced cucumber and a warm peanut sauce. Desert Kebabs: Asian Pear, fresh Fig, miniature Pineapple and buttery pound cake threaded on oversized cinnamon sticks, lightly grilled, and basted with Raichlen's mouth-watering butter rum glaze. 
Sep 5
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence  James Beard award-winning cooking teacher, author and chef Joanne Weir returns to share more culinary techniques, tips and fundamentals with eager students in her new series, JOANNE WEIR'S COOKING CONFIDENCE.Like her previous series, Joanne Weir's Cooking Class , Joanne's love of teaching once again takes center stage. In Weir's home kitchen in San Francisco, Joanne and her real-life students work side-by-side in her hands-on cooking classes.  
Sep 5
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Pizza with a Twist!" Host Laura Theodore prepares variations on pizza. Special guests: Ed Begley Jr. and Dr. Pam Popper. Perfect for a casual party, "Polenta Pizza" features a gluten-free crust topped with ripe tomatoes, fresh basil, artichoke hearts and classic Italian seasonings. Tantalizing "Tortilla Salad Pizza" boasts a crispy crust, lively greens and "Vegan Almond Parmesan." Part pizza, part tart, "Jazzy Pizza Tart" is topped with roasted veggies and baked to perfection. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 5
6:56 PM
Head On Fergusan 1. FERGUSAN SUSAN: Fergusan MO - all you need to know: donating military weapons to local police is stupid. Poorly trained and educated police are dangerous. Politicians are more adept at duck and cover than peaceful protesters. Racism in American is alive and well. KRISTA: A police officer is hospitalized. A young adult is dead. The facts are under investigation. Yet, race baiters, politicians, and looters paint this as a racist act and profit from it. Was the officer defending himself? Was he racist? We don't yet know and should not judge until we do. SUSAN: Supporters of policeman Darren Wilson raised more money for him than's been raised for his victim, Michael Brown. Racism or merely stupidity - that kind of reactionary meanness is deeply disturbing. Declaring unwavering support for the cop's unwarranted brutality? Call it what you will - it's ugly. KRISTA: We don't know if it was unwarranted. A severely beaten officer might have been using justified force to save his own life. When a black officer shoots a white youth, no one cries racism unless the facts prove otherwise. We must wait for the investigation. Innocent until proven guilty, remember? 
Sep 5
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.  
Sep 5
7:30 PM
Arts in Context Metal & Rust 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. 
Sep 5
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. 
Sep 5
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.  
Sep 5
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company  Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas aimed at helping viewers make sense of our tumultuous times through the insight of America's strongest thinkers. Airing on public television and radio stations across the country, the series continues Moyers' long-running conversation with the American public by offering a forum to poets, writers, artists, journalists, scientists, philosophers, and leading scholars. It also features Moyers' hallmark essays on democracy.  
Sep 5
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 5
10:57 PM
Head On 6th CD . 6TH CDKRISTA: Redrawn to politically competitive, Colorado's 6th Congressional district is now home to the one of the tightest races in the country. Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman faces Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a far left candidate who moved to the district to run. Romanoff would be more at home in Boulder or Denver. SUSAN: Andrew is many things - smart, compassionate, conscientious and deliberate. A far left wing nut? Hardly. Romanoff'S record reflects the new CD 6 demographics - moderate, ethnically and economically diverse and centrist. Mike Coffman is a chameleon who can morph into changing surroundings. His conservative, reaction record says something else. KRISTA: Born in 6th CD, I've lived here most of my life. What we need is someone who will vote to repeal the disastrous Obamacare law, balance the federal budget, and support entitlement reform. Romanoff will do none of those things. Coffman has and will continue to represent us well. SUSAN: Then vote for Andrew. He aims to balance the federal budget. Check out his TV ad. On the contrary, Coffman consistently votes to shift the tax burden from billionaires to the middle class; to make college for expensive for working families and in support of increased Medicare costs for seniors. Coffman vote for plutocrats - not the 6th CD. 
Sep 5
11:00 PM
FRONTLINE Poor Kids These are hard times in the Quad Cities, a great American crossroads along the border of Iowa and Illinois, where the Mississippi River intersects Interstate 80. Home to John Deere manufacturing and the nation's breadbasket, it's also an area deeply scarred by the recession. FRONTLINE follows three young girls growing up amidst their families' struggles against financial ruin. This an intimate portrait of the economic crisis as it's rarely seen, through the eyes of children. With one in five American children living below the poverty line, "Poor Kids" is an unflinching and revealing exploration of what poverty means to children — and to the country's future. 
Sep 6
12:00 AM
LITTLE LEAGUE: A HISTORY  
Sep 6
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker Around The World — Pacific Journeys: Tonga to New Caledonia Zay's island-hopping escapades take him now to the independent Kingdom of Tonga and then on to multi-cultural Fiji, once home to cannibals and Indian plantation workers that were brought to the islands to harvest sugar cane. In Norfolk Island, we learn about its convict past while the hills of New Caledonia make a perfect setting for an island trek to the country's native inhabitants. Zay ends his journey in Noumea, where the Kanak people's culture is celebrated at the Tibijao Cultural Center, an architectural marvel that combines ancient knowledge with modern techniques. 
Sep 6
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Dennis Lee & Cooking With The Binchotan Sitting by the dock of the bay at San Francisco's Ferry Plaza Farmers Market, Ming shows viewers some of the city's best street food. Gone are the days of hot dogs, pretzels and fried dough. In their place you'll now find restaurant quality food in the form of Korean tacos, wood fired pizzas and Roti. Ming visits Dennis Lee, chef/owner of Namu at his Korean Street Food Cart to try some amazing Korean food. Back at Namu's restaurant kitchen Ming and Dennis try their hand at cooking on the fly when they come up with their own versions of modern day street fare. 
Sep 6
2:30 AM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The Kebabs Of The World Unite Meat on a stick represented the first technological leap forward in the evolution of barbecue. The popularity of kebabs and sates around the world attests to the universal appeal of skewered foods. So why do so many kebabs come on bamboo skewers with burnt ends or on metal skewers with raw onions, overcooked meat, and tomatoes that fall into the embers? If you've ever had trouble nailing the perfect shish kebab, or you want to expand your repertoire, this show is for you.Persian Quick Beef Kebabs - beef tenderloin, red-ripe plum tomatoes, Bermuda onions and Anaheim chili peppers - individually skewered and grilled to perfection.Swordfish Souvlaki - Cubed swordfish steak marinated in white wine and herbs and delicately threaded on skewers with onion and bay leaves.Savory Thai Chicken Sate - thinly sliced chicken breast woven onto bamboo skewers, quickly grilled and served on a fresh lettuce leaf with diced cucumber and a warm peanut sauce. Desert Kebabs: Asian Pear, fresh Fig, miniature Pineapple and buttery pound cake threaded on oversized cinnamon sticks, lightly grilled, and basted with Raichlen's mouth-watering butter rum glaze. 
Sep 6
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence  James Beard award-winning cooking teacher, author and chef Joanne Weir returns to share more culinary techniques, tips and fundamentals with eager students in her new series, JOANNE WEIR'S COOKING CONFIDENCE.Like her previous series, Joanne Weir's Cooking Class , Joanne's love of teaching once again takes center stage. In Weir's home kitchen in San Francisco, Joanne and her real-life students work side-by-side in her hands-on cooking classes.  
Sep 6
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Pizza with a Twist!" Host Laura Theodore prepares variations on pizza. Special guests: Ed Begley Jr. and Dr. Pam Popper. Perfect for a casual party, "Polenta Pizza" features a gluten-free crust topped with ripe tomatoes, fresh basil, artichoke hearts and classic Italian seasonings. Tantalizing "Tortilla Salad Pizza" boasts a crispy crust, lively greens and "Vegan Almond Parmesan." Part pizza, part tart, "Jazzy Pizza Tart" is topped with roasted veggies and baked to perfection. 
Sep 6
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Sioux Moccasins Sarah talks with artist and curator Bob Coronato in Hulett, Wyoming and learns about American Indian artifacts from his collection in the Rogues Gallery. Roger uses acrylics and paints a pair of beaded Sioux moccasins from the 1890s. 
Sep 6
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3101 Quick Trip Sewn from strips this quilt is simplified with unmatched seams. 
Sep 6
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.  
Sep 6
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. 
Sep 6
6:00 AM
Caillou Blast Off to Space Caillou Sharing the Rocketship: While shopping for a birthday present for Clementine, Caillou and Leo decide to go 'halvsies' on a toy shuttle. They try to share it, but squabbles inevitably arise. When Caillou worries that Leo isn't talking to him anymore he finally realizes his friendship is more important than any toy. Luckily for Caillou, Leo thinks so too! In the end, the boys decide to 'gift' the toy shuttle to Clementine - who is all too happy to receive it. Educational Objective: The importance of sharing; friendship.Coach Grandpa: Grandpa is coaching Caillou's soccer team, and Caillou really wants to impress his Grandpa. So when the team starts losing, and Caillou begins to bumble on the field, Caillou decides he doesn't want to play anymore. Grandpa explains that win or lose, it's all about having fun. He's proud of Caillou, no matter what. With renewed enthusiasm, Caillou rejoins the team to have fun playing the game. Educational Objective: Having fun at sports is more important than winning.The Safety Helper: Caillou is very proud when Miss Martin makes him "Safety Helper" for the day. He takes his job very seriously, and even prevents Jeffrey from going down the slide head-first. So when the job is passed on to Leo the next day, Caillou feels crushed...until he overhears some students repeating his safety lessons, and realizes they took his message to heart. Educational Objective: Learning that you don't need a badge in order to help others. 
Sep 6
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Two New Machines! Tumbler, the big and booming cement mixer, arrives in the Valley to help build the Bobland Bay skate park. Dizzy is given the job of showing him around. Tumbler's larger-than-life arrogance becomes a little too much for Dizzy and Tumbler is soon all alone in Sunflower Valley. By displaying a little humility, he finds his way back to his new friends!Flex the cherry-picker arrives just in time to help replace the lens on the Sunflower Valley lighthouse. Flex is so desperate to do a good job that he pushes himself a bit too far and gets the new lens stuck in a tree! He helps solve the problem and learns that everyone loves him just the way he is. 
Sep 6
7:00 AM
Curious George Guest Monkey/Charkie Goes to School George is almost as excited as Allie when it's her first day of school! It gets even better when she tells George he's invited to come with her tomorrow as a special guest monkey. Wearing his backpack and riding the school bus, George thinks he's got school down. He soon learns, though, that kindergarten has a lot of rules he isn't used to -- furniture isn't for climbing and you can't stand in the sand table. Oh, and oops, was that the plug of the water table he pulled out to investigate? As the teacher works on cleaning up her classroom, George (with the help of Allie and the other kids) works on building the teacher a castle she said she'd like. Will George be her knight in shining armor or will his efforts just create a bigger mess? / Charkie's building has a new rule - all dogs must have a good-behavior diploma from obedience school. But the day before the canine academy's final exam, Charkie still hasn't made it through the entire course! George steps in to help. He reconstructs the obstacle course on his building's rooftop and recruits the canine academy's top alumni, Hundley, to whip Charkie into shape. It doesn't work. Despite how hard they try, nothing keeps Charkie concentrated on the course. Then George notices that Charkie will do anything for a dog biscuit. Eureka! On the day of the exam, George leads Charkie through the course by tempting her with biscuits, but halfway through, the biscuits are gone! Can George figure out a way to get Charkie to cross the finish line amid all the distractions? 
Sep 6
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Hooray for Hair/Ice Is Nice Hooray for HairSally and Nick are getting their hair cut today; maybe they should try new hairstyles! A trip to meet three of Cat's friends (and some styling help from the Wig-o-lator) will help them decide! Should they have Yak hair? No, too hot! How about hair like a fur seal? Not quite, too short. A porcupine? No way! How will they ever get a hug from their moms with hair that spiky? They decide that the hair they have is what's perfect for them!Educational Objective: Animal hair isn't just 'stylish' - it has many protective purposes - like warmth, waterproofing and to ward off predators. Ice is NiceNick and Sally want some nice cold lemonade, but there are no more ice cubes in Sally's fridge! A trip to Freeze-your-knees Snowland will fix that! They meet Cat's friend Polly the polar bear who introduces Sally and Nick to all the different kinds of ice that make up her home. After trying many types of ice, they find the kind that will be perfect for their lemonade!Educational Objective: To learn about the different kinds of ice in the Arctic, and a little about the polar bear (Ursus maritimus). 
Sep 6
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pirate Puzzle Problem/The Scrap of Map Problem The Pirate Puzzle Problem - The Pirate Ship. Peg and Cat must help the pirates put together a puzzle, and then the four sections of their sinking ship. Primary Content: Composing and decomposing puzzlesSecondary Content: Recognizing the attributes of shapesThe Scrap of Map Problem - Pirate Island. When the Pirates' treasure map is torn and carried off by the wind, Peg and Cat and friends from far and wide put their scraps of map together to find the treasure.Primary Content: Working together to solve a problem, one-to-one countingSecondary Content: Using a map, fair sharing 
Sep 6
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Adventure Camp: Ziplining/Adventure Camp: Canyon Hiking ADVENTURE CAMP: ZIPLININGThe Nature Trackers Adventure Campers are back for another adventure and this time they'll be travelling to a rainforest! Once they arrive in the dense rainforest, the campers explore different levels of the ecosystem, including the forest floor and the canopy of leaves at the top of the forest. After a hike through the rainforest, the campers' fun adventure culminates as each kid takes a ride on a zip line, where they all get a bird's eye view of the entire rainforest!Educational Objective: Rainforests are very dense, warm, wet, forests that are home to a vast array of different life forms. Rainforests get a lot of rain, at least 70 inches per year. Rainforests, often called the "lungs of the Earth," generate much of the oxygen we breathe.ADVENTURE CAMP: CANYON HIKINGThe Nature Trackers Adventure Campers are led by Mr. Conductor and Gilbert on a hike down a canyon, where they can see the different layers of the Mesozoic Era! At first Lily Lambeosaurus is reluctant to go, thinking that a new adventure sounds hard, but Don convinces her that a new adventure can be worth the effort. At the bottom of the canyon, the kids dig for fossils. Each Nature Tracker goes home with a "new" Ammonite fossil, and Lily is so glad she tried something new!Educational Objective: Canyons are deep cuts in the earth's surface. They are formed by erosion. Erosion is mainly caused by the flow of rivers. It takes millions of years for canyons to become the grandiose natural landmarks they are today. The bottom rocks in canyons can date back billions of years, beyond the Mesozoic. Canyons can also be formed by a shift of the earth's tectonic plates. 
Sep 6
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Don't Give Up Percy and the Calliope:Percy and Diesel are instructed to take a rusty old organ - the calliope - to be melted down. Percy is determined to save it from this terrible fate. He pitches himself into a race against time to make the organ play before Percy and Diesel reach the Smelter's Yard. Needless to say, Diesel is very unhelpful.After a number of failed and funny attempts, Percy discovers that the solution to making the calliope work is to use steam - the answer was in his funnel all along!Happy Birthday Sir!:It is Sir Topham Hatt's Birthday. He tells Thomas to take Winston, his new track vehicle, with him on his jobs. Sir Topham Hatt wants Winston to see what it's like to be a Really Useful engine. Salty and Edward tell Thomas and Winston of when a younger Fat Controller would travel from station to station on his birthday in his favorite open top carriage, sharing birthday cake with the passengers on the platform.Thomas and Winston set off on his rounds. Winston trails off and Thomas is cross. Thomas makes Winston travel in front of him. Winston does so, but rolls along very slowly - looking to left and right. Thomas bumps into the back of Winston and derails him! But Winston is excited! At last, Thomas lets Winston tell him that he has been looking for the open top carriage and he thinks he has found it.Educational Objective: The importance of offering to help others 
Sep 6
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina and the Mouselinghood of the Dancing Shoes / Angelina and Her Parents' Angelina and the Mouselinghoood of the Dancing ShoesWhen Angelina, Gracie, Vici and Alice create a girls' club, the boys want to join. At first the girls decide their club should be for girls only, but in the end, they realize the club will be much more fun when everyone is included.Educational Objectives:- Demonstrate the concept of a theme song- Understand doo-wop music and dance --- Angelina and Her Parents' Dance LessonAngelina's parents are taking swing dance lessons. They get frustrated when they discover that it's not as easy as it looks. When Angelina encourages them to stick with it, they are thankful that they stuck with it and eventually, they really get the "swing" of dance lessons!Educational Objectives:- Introduce viewers to swing dancing as a dance style - Know that learning can be fun --- Camembert's Shining Stars (Live-Action Segment)High-kicking members of the Keltic Dreams dance troupe from P.S. 59, Bronx, NY, show that you don't have to be Irish to have fun doing Irish step dancing. 
Sep 6
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel Is Jealous/Jealousy at the Treehouse Daniel is Jealous: Daniel and Katerina are playing "airplane" with Grandpere. Daniel thinks Katerina is getting too much attention from Grandpere and starts to feel jealous. Daniel explains his feelings and is reassured that he is Grandpere's one and only Daniel.Jealousy at the Treehouse: Daniel and Katerina are at O the Owl's house today, playing with his new science kit. Daniel and Katerina feel jealous of O because they want science tools just like his. After talking about their feelings, the children realize how they can all enjoy O's special science kit. Theme: JealousyStrategy: When you feel jealous, talk about it. 
Sep 6
10:30 AM
Super Why! Bedtime for Bear Baby Joy is afraid of the dark! To show her there's nothing to fear, Super Why and his literacy friends fly into Bedtime for Bear and meet Charlie - a bear who is scared of just about everything! The super readers shed a little light on the problem (literally) while Charlie discovers a bit more about the world outside his cozy cave.Educational Objectives: To experience a familiar bedtime routine. Preschoolers will practice the alphabet, rhyme with AR words, learn what the word "fireflies" means, and use the power to read to change the story. 
Sep 6
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS    
Sep 6
11:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures  Equitrekking Adventures is the Emmy-winning lifestyle television series that takes viewers on global travel adventures to experience culture, cuisine, history and adventure. Host Darley Newman. discover global destinations from a local's perspective in this innovative and exciting travel series. 
Sep 6
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.  
Sep 6
12:30 PM
Autoline Buying a Car in 2014 Do you still go to your dealership and kick the tires? Or are you one of those that go online and buy your car? These days you can get a new car in a variety of ways including from Costco, yes, you read correctly Costco the warehouse retailer! This week on Autoline join host John McElroy along with TrueCar's Larry Dominque, Jim Prueter from Costco and traditional Chevy dealer Scott LaRiche as they discuss options for today's 2014 new car customer. 
Sep 6
1:00 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions What's Cooking in Rome? Burt visits the Coliseum and discovers that it had a roof that could be pulled into place during bad weather - 2,000 years before the Houston Astrodome. We find out why the Pantheon was never broken down for its marble, look into the best places for pizza, and ice cream, discover a new hotel in the finest part of town and take a private tour of the Vatican, St. Peters and the Sistine Chapel. 
Sep 6
1:30 PM
Art Wolfe's Travels To The Edge Mali: Sahel to the Sahara It is a fabled land of sand, salt and nomads. But Mali is more than the Sahara; it is a place where the Niger River flows past some of Africa's unique tribal and architectural wonders. In episode three, Art Wolfe follows the river road to the camouflaged villages of the cliff-dwelling Dogon people; floats downriver to Djenne's fantastic mud mosque; heads into the desert with nomadic Tuaregs; and finally travels on to Timbuktu where he meets up with a camel caravan. 
Sep 6
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Cruising the Mediterranean Joseph climbs aboard the Regent Seven Seas Mariner for a Mediterranean cruise adventure. Onboard he joins other Public Television and NPR journalists on a PTV at Sea cruise experience -- meeting, greeting and speaking with his Public Television viewers. Onshore he sets out on a journey of discovery and captures the enduring beauty that is Venice, the history of Croatia, the multi-culturalism of Malta and the heart and soul of Sicily and Tuscany. Along the way he visits medieval towns, bustling markets, regional restaurants and local wineries where he expects and finds the unexpected. 
Sep 6
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.  
Sep 6
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World South Africa: Cape Town South Africa: Cape TownCape Town is a nexus of cultures in a setting so stunning, it's called the "new California" or "Africa's Riviera." Where else in the world can you wake up in a cosmopolitan city, spend the afternoon with penguins, ride a funicular to the edge of a continent, and watch the sun set from a beach with a glass of local wine in hand? From the dizzying heights of the city's iconic symbol, Table Mountain, to the rugged cliffs and wild flowers of the Cape Peninsula, this episode captures the natural wonders that surround this city where an urbane waterfront contrasts with the nearby townships where most of Cape Town's three million residents live. This is an intimate look at a city reinventing itself as residents and government work to put the injustice of apartheid behind them. 
Sep 6
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe The Best of West Ireland: Dingle, Galway, and the Aran Islands Ireland in the extreme is best experienced on its west coast in Gaeltachts, where the people speak Gaelic and the rugged villages have changed little over the generations. After exploring the rugged and remote Aran Islands, we settle into Galway, dance in a castle at a medieval folk banquet and delve into Ireland in the extreme: Dingle Peninsula. Ringing with traditional music from its rustic pubs, dotted with prehistoric "fairy forts," if you'll fall in love with Ireland, chances are it'll be right here. 
Sep 6
4:00 PM
Globe Trekker Around The World — Pacific Journeys: Tonga to New Caledonia Zay's island-hopping escapades take him now to the independent Kingdom of Tonga and then on to multi-cultural Fiji, once home to cannibals and Indian plantation workers that were brought to the islands to harvest sugar cane. In Norfolk Island, we learn about its convict past while the hills of New Caledonia make a perfect setting for an island trek to the country's native inhabitants. Zay ends his journey in Noumea, where the Kanak people's culture is celebrated at the Tibijao Cultural Center, an architectural marvel that combines ancient knowledge with modern techniques. 
Sep 6
6:00 PM
NOVA Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Life Explodes How did life storm the beaches and dominate planet Earth? Ancient Australian fossils offer clues. While the oceans were teeming, the world above the waves remained an almost lifeless wasteland — until the Silurian period, when the conquest of the land began. Host Richard Smith introduces Earth's forgotten pioneers: the scuttling arthropod armies that invaded the shores and the waves of green revolutionaries whose battle for the light pushed plant life across the face of a barren continent. Join NOVA's prehistoric adventure as four-legged animals walk onto dry land, with the planet poised for disaster. 
Sep 6
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Vampire Weekend/Grizzly Bear ACL presents indie rock with Vampire Weekend and Grizzly Bear. Vampire Weekend plays songs from its latest Modern Vampires of the City, while fellow New York act Grizzly Bear highlights its album Shields. 
Sep 6
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Mumford & Sons The 1920s glamour of the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles provided a stunning setting for a triumphant performance by Mumford & Sons. The band delivered songs from its recent Number One album, "Babel," along with such hits as "Little Lion Man" and "I Will Wait." Mumford & Sons thrilled the invitation-only crowd of 800 throughout its rousing set, closing the evening with a blistering rendition of "The Cave" from the classic, multi-platinum debut "Sigh No More."Song List"I Will Wait""Roll Away Your Stone""Holland Road""Little Lion Man""After the Storm""Awake My Soul""Ghosts That We Knew""Below My Feet""Babel""Where Are You Now""The Cave"Recorded November 11, 2012, Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles, CA. 
Sep 6
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Jen Korte and the Loss, Moxie Known for her powerful vocal delivery and charismatic performances, Jen Korte, front woman for Jen Korte and The Loss, delivers her acoustic, indie soul stylings in this cool studio session. Hosted by Sid Pink, the show also features Mara Wiles and fellow comedian Kristin Rand, who have teamed up to form the new sketch comedy group, Moxie. 
Sep 6
9:30 PM
Sounds on 29th Dustin Bones and the Body Stealers & Jordan Doll   
Sep 6
10:00 PM
Bluegrass Underground Widespread Panic Filling the footsteps of giants such as the Allman Brothers and jamband saints The Grateful Dead, 30-year road veterans Widespread Panic are, unquestionably, one of the most successful jambands of a generation. Melding southern rock, blues-rock, funk and hard rock, the band has risen to elite status among American jam bands. Having embarked on The Wood Tour, their first- ever completely acoustic shows, WP dropped in Underground. An "internet only" ticket, the Bluegrass Underground website survived 50,000 hits per minute; the show sold out in less than 30 seconds! A rare tour from a top band in a fantastically unique venue promises stellar "appointment television." 
Sep 6
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Steep Canyon Rangers Winners of the Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album (2013) and International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Entertainers of the Year. Collaborations with such artists as Steve Martin, Edie Brickell, the Dixie Chicks and Paul McCartney in such vaunted venues as Carnegie Hall, the PBS extravaganza A CAPITOL FOURTH and Bonnaroo have both broadened and sharpened this critically acclaimed band's musical horizons. 
Sep 6
11:00 PM
Front And Center Preservation Hall Jazz Band FRONT AND CENTER showcases a strong mix of performers that will satisfy the traditional public television music fan while building interest from the younger music audience stations want to cultivate. From 'super groups' featuring Stephen Stills and Joe Bonamassa to British newcomer Jake Bugg; from Southern Soul and Heavy Metal to New Orleans Jazz and Chicago blues; there's something for just about everyone in the lineup of nine concerts recorded live, "front and center," at some of New York City's greatest intimate venues. Many of the artists are touring this fall, giving broadcasts airing in September and October a little extra buzz in those markets.  
Sep 7
12:00 AM
Music Voyager  Ethnomusicologist, cultural historian and music ciritic Jacob Edgar travels all over the world to find cutting-edge musicians and immerse himself in their culture. Destinations include: India, Jamaica, New Orleans, New York and Chicago. 
Sep 7
12:30 AM
Music Voyager  Ethnomusicologist, cultural historian and music ciritic Jacob Edgar travels all over the world to find cutting-edge musicians and immerse himself in their culture. Destinations include: India, Jamaica, New Orleans, New York and Chicago. 
Sep 7
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Little Fyodor & Timmi Lasley Sid Pink hosts this episode featuring Denver-based comedian Timmi Lasley and Little Fyodor - an artist who has been spreading his unique brand of avant-pop madness throughout the world musical underground for over twenty years, creating twisted, satirical songs which - beneath a crass and maniacal outer shell - express a deep empathy with those who most acutely experience the frustrations and alienation of modern life's "insect existence." Fyodor's songwriting, aesthetics and outlandish performances somehow manage to be simultaneously sad, angry and hilarious, and in doing so, appeal to the silent majority of disillusioned weirdos of the world, whom he adeptly addresses with a theatrical, daresay Vaudevillian flair, that is a brand all his own. 
Sep 7
1:30 AM
Sounds on 29th Dustin Bones and the Body Stealers & Jordan Doll   
Sep 7
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Vampire Weekend/Grizzly Bear ACL presents indie rock with Vampire Weekend and Grizzly Bear. Vampire Weekend plays songs from its latest Modern Vampires of the City, while fellow New York act Grizzly Bear highlights its album Shields. 
Sep 7
3:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Mumford & Sons The 1920s glamour of the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles provided a stunning setting for a triumphant performance by Mumford & Sons. The band delivered songs from its recent Number One album, "Babel," along with such hits as "Little Lion Man" and "I Will Wait." Mumford & Sons thrilled the invitation-only crowd of 800 throughout its rousing set, closing the evening with a blistering rendition of "The Cave" from the classic, multi-platinum debut "Sigh No More."Song List"I Will Wait""Roll Away Your Stone""Holland Road""Little Lion Man""After the Storm""Awake My Soul""Ghosts That We Knew""Below My Feet""Babel""Where Are You Now""The Cave"Recorded November 11, 2012, Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles, CA. 
Sep 7
4:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Mumford & Sons The 1920s glamour of the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles provided a stunning setting for a triumphant performance by Mumford & Sons. The band delivered songs from its recent Number One album, "Babel," along with such hits as "Little Lion Man" and "I Will Wait." Mumford & Sons thrilled the invitation-only crowd of 800 throughout its rousing set, closing the evening with a blistering rendition of "The Cave" from the classic, multi-platinum debut "Sigh No More."Song List"I Will Wait""Roll Away Your Stone""Holland Road""Little Lion Man""After the Storm""Awake My Soul""Ghosts That We Knew""Below My Feet""Babel""Where Are You Now""The Cave"Recorded November 11, 2012, Belasco Theatre, Los Angeles, CA. 
Sep 7
5:00 AM
Austin City Limits Vampire Weekend/Grizzly Bear ACL presents indie rock with Vampire Weekend and Grizzly Bear. Vampire Weekend plays songs from its latest Modern Vampires of the City, while fellow New York act Grizzly Bear highlights its album Shields. 
Sep 7
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.  
Sep 7
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.  
Sep 7
7:00 AM
Mass For Shut-ins  This televised Catholic mass enables the elderly, homebound and physically ailing to get the word of God.  
Sep 7
7:30 AM
Misa Dominical en Español  Misa Dominical en Español  
Sep 7
8:00 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 
Sep 7
8:30 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. 
Sep 7
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood You Are Special/Daniel Is Special You are Special: The children are putting on a show at school today, each doing something that makes them special. O the Owl wants to be just like the others and, with a little encouragement, he learns that owls are special too. Daniel is Special: Daniel and Dad take a fall walk through the neighborhood, admiring the colors of the leaves. On their way, they meet Miss Elaina and O the Owl who each do special things that make Daniel wonder if he is as special as they are. Dad reminds Daniel of the things that make him special, like his whimsical imagination!This episode deals with self-esteem/being special and offers the strategy: I like you just the way you are. 
Sep 7
9:30 AM
Super Why! The Gingerbread Boy The Gingerbread Boy - Run, run as fast as you can! As Pig zooms through the playground at top speeds, he can't figure out why Poppa Pig keeps telling him to slow down! The Super Readers fly into the story of The Gingerbread Boy and set off on a mad dash after the speedy little cookie! Will the Super Readers be able to keep the Gingerbread Boy safe, or is their plan half baked?Educational Objectives: To learn about safety, sing the entire alphabet, identify the letters H, O, U, S, E, rhyme with 'ox' words and use the power to read to change the story and save the day! 
Sep 7
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Sid's Pet Project Sid is very excited because he's going to babysit Grandma's dog Philbert for the weekend. This is a great way for Sid to show his parents that he's ready to take care of his own puppy. But there's only one problem, how exactly do you take care of a pet? Sid heads to school to investigate more, and is delighted to see the special guest. It's Gabriela's Mom, Dr. Rosalinda Cordova! She brought the class their very own pet, a praying mantis! And now the kids have to learn how to take care of it. That means investigating what the praying mantis needs to eat, drink, and what kind of home it needs. As Sid quickly discovers, taking care of a pet is a big responsibility!(Educational Objective - Taking Care of Living Things) 
Sep 7
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts Tazzy Chris When Martin and Chris assist the Tasmanian Wildlife Service in tagging endangered Tasmanian Devils, they discover that Zach Varmitech has been kidnapping them to create a ferocious new Zachbot.Science Concepts: A healthy ecosystem has both predators and scavengers. Scavengers are animals that eat mostly other dead animals. 
Sep 7
11:00 AM
Arthur The "A" Team/Emily Swallows a Horse THE "A" TEAM: Francine and Brain are the best players on the soccer team and, well, sometimes they wish their teammates could take the game a bit more seriously. So when they make the Elwood City All-Stars Traveling Team, they're as happy as they could be. Or are they? Is winning really everything - or is there something about playing with friends that can't be beat? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Brain and Francine learn the value of enjoying sports for the fun of it when they find competitive sports less satisfying than playing with friends. EMILY SWALLOWS A HORSE: Emily really wants the sparkly ball D.W. just found, so she tells a little white lie about how Marie-Helene actually gave it to her. No harm done, right? But then Emily has to tell even bigger lies to cover her story! Will she be like that old woman in the fairy tale, who had to swallow the horse to eat her lie, er, fly? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: After telling a small lie that she has to cover up with bigger lies that spiral out of control, Emily comes clean and discovers the value of honesty. 
Sep 7
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks Martha in the Doghouse/ Martha Models Martha in the Doghouse Martha just wants a nice quiet place to take a nap. All she needs is for everybody to be quiet for, oh, 16 hours a day. Is that too much to ask? Helen and the gang try to help by designing a doghouse for Martha. Vocabulary(E) architect, blueprint, construction, shelter, model(I) build, building, tools, sketch, porchMartha Models Carolina is over the moon when she finds out that Mindy Munchhausen, host of "Operation Catwalk," will be judging Wagstaff City's dog costume parade. She teams up with Helen to design outfits for Martha and Skits, sure that this will be her big break. Is Carolina on her way to Fashion Avenue?Vocabulary(E) apparel, measurement, outfit, pattern, style(I) sew, fit, hem, model, fashion 
Sep 7
12:00 PM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Old World New World Roger sets granite steps on a bed of ice to melt them into place. Plaster contractor Bob Bucco repairs plaster by hand, while 3D printing specialist David Kempskie shows how the repairs can also be made in a computer, thanks to state-of-the-art technology. Norm and Tom review the design options for the front porch railing, then get to work fabricating the balustrade, which features a flat stock baluster that is custom-made on site. 
Sep 7
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Tom and Kevin build a simple table from solid fir, and Kevin works with a wood-finishing expert to stain and finish it. Roger shows a homeowner how to get rid of tree stumps. And Richard discusses the state of solar energy. 
Sep 7
1:00 PM
Hometime Ranch Addition Landscape Learn about using slabs of concrete to negotiate a steep yard and floating cork planks over concrete to finish a meditation room. 
Sep 7
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  Low maintenance gardens that reflect the homeowners' personality can be beautiful and attractive. Moreover, it can be easier than one might think. Tune in, GardenSMART will show you two very different, yet distinctive examples. Tune in. 
Sep 7
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  Travel to Georgia to meet farmers and foragers who gather local ingredients for a feast in the fields, with Chef Daniel showing how to make a spectacular farm-to-table meal. Back in his home in Minnesota, Daniel takes fresh, local ingredients to make bread and pickles. In the Victory Garden, Roger shares the secrets of growing garlic and eggplant, and Chef Marian uses them to make a delectable eggplant and goat cheese dip. 
Sep 7
2:30 PM
Dig In Troubleshooting Your Yard Shot on location in Denver, DIG IN offers gardening and cooking techniques. Luan Akin from Tagawa's and Chef Jorge from Johnson and Whales University share great gift ideas for your culinary friends.  
Sep 7
3:00 PM
Tasteful Adventures Peach Show Michelle Tucker hosts Colorado's first cooking adventure telecast, spicing it with her passion for food. Destinations include Colorado farms and farmer's markets, restaurants and food events, wineries and breweries. Episodes feature top chefs who share tasteful secrets, amazing local growers, and so much more that is deliciously delightful in Colorado.Each episode takes viewers in search of Colorado's best food experiences. Add in a dash or two of Michelle's simple and scrumptious recipes, and that's a Tasteful Adventure!  
Sep 7
3:30 PM
My Generation Your Finest Hour America's Most Wanted host John Walsh reveals what saved him from suicide. A generous doctor offers free hip replacements to low-income patients. Meet the first class of women to graduate from the prestigious U.S. Naval Academy. 
Sep 7
4:00 PM
Inside E Street The Alzheimer's Generation Guests:Dr. Howard K. Koh, Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Dr. Eric Topol formerly of the Cleveland Clinic David Hyde Pierce, currently serving on the Health and Human Services' Advisory Council on Alzheimer's, Research, Care and Services / spokesperson and board member for the Alzheimer's Association for over a decade. There are currently 5.4 million Americans living with the disease and, as baby boomers age, this number is expected to surge to as high as 16 million, tripling by mid-century. As the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, there is still no way to prevent, cure or slow down its progress.The National Alzheimer's Project Act was signed into law in 2011 by President Obama. The law created an advisory council with an urgent mission: help develop a coordinated national plan to fight the condition that is now the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. The council is made up of prominent Alzheimer's researchers, healthcare experts, and federal employees from Health and Human Services, tasked with stopping the trajectory of this disease.To discuss the current and future state of this growing epidemic on the Baby Boomer generation, Inside E Street's Lark McCarthy welcomes Dr. Howard Koh, Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and actor David Hyde Pierce, who has been a board member and spokesperson for The Alzheimer's Association for over a decade and whose grandfather suffered from Alzheimer's 
Sep 7
4:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Pancreatic Cancer Hidden between the stomach and backbone, and surrounded by the liver and intestines, is one of the most important organs of the body - the pancreas. Without its digestive enzymes, our bodies could not break down food. Insulin is also made in the pancreas. Pancreatic cancer is difficult to diagnose early, primarily because the symptoms are often vague at first. Eventually patients may detect a yellowing of the skin and eyes, pain in the abdomen and back, weight loss and fatigue. Because this cancer is often discovered late, it typically has time to spread to other organs of the body. In this program, we will look at the risk factors, signs, symptoms, and diagnostic techniques for pancreatic cancer. We will also discuss the importance of patient care, improving patients' quality of life, and the latest research underway for this disease. 
Sep 7
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Vintage Des Moines Fifteen years after first visiting Des Moines, Iowa, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW looks back on featured items to see if their value has changed. Highlights include a Rambling Mickey Mouse toy with its original box, ca. 1934; Charles Lindbergh memorabilia; and a Samuel McIntire medallion that has soared in value from $70,000-$90,000 to $200,000-$300,000. 
Sep 7
6:00 PM
Sosua: Make a Better World Sosua: Make a Better World tells the story of Jewish and Dominican teenagers in New York City's Washington Heights, who together with the legendary theater director, Liz Swados, put on a musical about the Dominican rescue of 800 Jews from Hitler's Germany. Award winning filmmakers Peter Miller and Renee Silverman interweave an intimate, behind-the-scenes portrait of the neighborhood with this little-known Holocaust story. 
Sep 7
7:00 PM
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Boys of Summer The Curacao youth baseball team faces injuries and obstacles as they try to maintain their winning streak at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Penn. Team manager Vernon Isabella and his players also learn the meaning of national pride while travelling from a humble ball field in the Caribbean to the international spotlight and back. 
Sep 7
9:30 PM
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. 
Sep 7
10:00 PM
Globe Trekker Around The World — Pacific Journeys: Tonga to New Caledonia Zay's island-hopping escapades take him now to the independent Kingdom of Tonga and then on to multi-cultural Fiji, once home to cannibals and Indian plantation workers that were brought to the islands to harvest sugar cane. In Norfolk Island, we learn about its convict past while the hills of New Caledonia make a perfect setting for an island trek to the country's native inhabitants. Zay ends his journey in Noumea, where the Kanak people's culture is celebrated at the Tibijao Cultural Center, an architectural marvel that combines ancient knowledge with modern techniques. 
Sep 7
11:00 PM
Great Aquarium Treasure Hunt; The  
Sep 7
11:30 PM
Potomac: The River Runs Through Us  
Sep 8
12:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Old World New World Roger sets granite steps on a bed of ice to melt them into place. Plaster contractor Bob Bucco repairs plaster by hand, while 3D printing specialist David Kempskie shows how the repairs can also be made in a computer, thanks to state-of-the-art technology. Norm and Tom review the design options for the front porch railing, then get to work fabricating the balustrade, which features a flat stock baluster that is custom-made on site. 
Sep 8
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Tom and Kevin build a simple table from solid fir, and Kevin works with a wood-finishing expert to stain and finish it. Roger shows a homeowner how to get rid of tree stumps. And Richard discusses the state of solar energy. 
Sep 8
1:00 AM
Hometime Ranch Addition Landscape Learn about using slabs of concrete to negotiate a steep yard and floating cork planks over concrete to finish a meditation room. 
Sep 8
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  Low maintenance gardens that reflect the homeowners' personality can be beautiful and attractive. Moreover, it can be easier than one might think. Tune in, GardenSMART will show you two very different, yet distinctive examples. Tune in. 
Sep 8
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  Travel to Georgia to meet farmers and foragers who gather local ingredients for a feast in the fields, with Chef Daniel showing how to make a spectacular farm-to-table meal. Back in his home in Minnesota, Daniel takes fresh, local ingredients to make bread and pickles. In the Victory Garden, Roger shares the secrets of growing garlic and eggplant, and Chef Marian uses them to make a delectable eggplant and goat cheese dip. 
Sep 8
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Deck Projects for Every Home What is the best deck design and what materials do you use? These are just a few of the tips covered in the ultimate deck show. 
Sep 8
3:00 AM
Inside E Street The Alzheimer's Generation Guests:Dr. Howard K. Koh, Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Dr. Eric Topol formerly of the Cleveland Clinic David Hyde Pierce, currently serving on the Health and Human Services' Advisory Council on Alzheimer's, Research, Care and Services / spokesperson and board member for the Alzheimer's Association for over a decade. There are currently 5.4 million Americans living with the disease and, as baby boomers age, this number is expected to surge to as high as 16 million, tripling by mid-century. As the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, there is still no way to prevent, cure or slow down its progress.The National Alzheimer's Project Act was signed into law in 2011 by President Obama. The law created an advisory council with an urgent mission: help develop a coordinated national plan to fight the condition that is now the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. The council is made up of prominent Alzheimer's researchers, healthcare experts, and federal employees from Health and Human Services, tasked with stopping the trajectory of this disease.To discuss the current and future state of this growing epidemic on the Baby Boomer generation, Inside E Street's Lark McCarthy welcomes Dr. Howard Koh, Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and actor David Hyde Pierce, who has been a board member and spokesperson for The Alzheimer's Association for over a decade and whose grandfather suffered from Alzheimer's 
Sep 8
3:30 AM
My Generation Your Finest Hour America's Most Wanted host John Walsh reveals what saved him from suicide. A generous doctor offers free hip replacements to low-income patients. Meet the first class of women to graduate from the prestigious U.S. Naval Academy. 
Sep 8
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. 
Sep 8
4:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures  Equitrekking Adventures is the Emmy-winning lifestyle television series that takes viewers on global travel adventures to experience culture, cuisine, history and adventure. Host Darley Newman. discover global destinations from a local's perspective in this innovative and exciting travel series. 
Sep 8
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.  
Sep 8
5:30 AM
Autoline Buying a Car in 2014 Do you still go to your dealership and kick the tires? Or are you one of those that go online and buy your car? These days you can get a new car in a variety of ways including from Costco, yes, you read correctly Costco the warehouse retailer! This week on Autoline join host John McElroy along with TrueCar's Larry Dominque, Jim Prueter from Costco and traditional Chevy dealer Scott LaRiche as they discuss options for today's 2014 new car customer. 
Sep 8
5:57 AM
Head On DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS KRISTA: Task forces, convened early this year to review the policies of the troubled Denver Sheriff Department released 40 draft recommendations. Recommendations would increase training, supervision, and monitoring. The discipline task force did not offer suggestions because its work continues. Will the recommendations actually change the broken culture of the department? SUSAN: Denver's dept of safety is a mess. Judge John Kane ought to call in the Justice Department - the sooner the better. Mayor Hancock wouldn't know an independent review if it sat down next to him at dinner. His task force is full of cronies and political lackeys who care only about protecting our good-natured but clueless Mayor. KRISTA: There's no point in bringing in the feds. They are likely to politicize the situation. The Denver Sheriff Department should follow the recommendations from the task forces and work hard to redeem the agency's reputation. Mistakes have cost taxpayers millions and victims even more. Time for a new chapter. SUSAN: On the contrary. The feds will bring expertise to a terrible situation that's been entirely politicized by a mayoral administration focused on Michael Hancock's re-election - not a transparent investigation. Hancock failed to fire his buddy the chief sheriff who either didn''t know about or covered up abuses. Bring in the feds. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 8
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Breathing By toning and stretching muscles around the ribcage and practicing good breathing techniques viewers learn how to get the most out of each breath. 
Sep 8
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Kickin' It with the Roos When Martin and Chris meet up with a mob of Red Kangaroos, they get their car keys stolen by a little joey and have to figure out how to get them back from one very smart joey.Science Concepts: Animals live in different kinds of social groups. Kangaroos live in groups called 'mobs' that can have up to 100 members. Males (Bucks) fight to gain and sustain dominance of the mob. 
Sep 8
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. 
Sep 8
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Wrapper's Delight/Dive Swim Scoop Wrapper's DelightSally and Nick are trying to wrap a present for their moms. But they're having problems. Why meeting Cat's good friend Gina the Giraffe Weevil, will help! Gina shows them how she uses leaves to wrap her eggs to protect them while she waits for them to hatch. They learn how to carefully roll and fold the leaf so it doesn't rip and it protects the egg. Back at home they can finally finish wrapping their present - a statue of the Cat in the Hat!Educational Objective: Female Giraffe Weevils wrap each of their eggs in a special parcel made from a leaf.Dive Swim ScoopThere's a frog in Nick and Sally's pool! They have to get him out but can't catch him. Cat's good friend Penny the Pelican can teach them how to catch things in water! Along the way they meet a gannett who shows them how he dives deep into the water to catch his food and a cormorant that zigs and zags through the water to catch hers. But that won't help them catch the frog in their shallow pool. They finally find Penny and watch how she scoops with her big bill, like a net! Now Nick and Sally know how they can rescue the frog in their pool.Educational Objective: Showing different ways birds catch fish by looking at the Pelicans and their relatives the Gannet and the Cormorant 
Sep 8
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Big Dog Problem/The Three Friends Problem The Big Dog Problem - Peg's yard. When Peg and Cat need to mail some important letters for Peg's Mom, they find their path to the mailbox blocked by a really big dog.Primary Content: HeightSecondary Content: Direction, sets that can't be divided equallyThe Three Friends Problem - Peg's yard. When Peg and Cat are playing with their new friend the Big Dog, Cat suddenly becomes strangely quiet. Using a graph, Peg attempts to figure out what's wrong withCat.Primary Content: Bar graphsSecondary Content: More, less 
Sep 8
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Lost Bird/The Forest Fire The Lost Bird Buddy and Tiny ride the Dinosaur Train for a playdate with their old friend Petey Peteinosaurus, and learn that the train has added a new Aviary Car, for their various flying passengers. Suddenly, they are joined by a lost bird named Judy Jehelornis, who was displaced by the recent forest fires, and can't remember where her home is. Buddy, Tiny, and Petey act as detectives to figure out from clues where Judy's home is, and the Conductor makes sure she's brought safely home on the train.Educational ObjectivesJeholornis was a very primitive Mesozoic bird from the Early Cretaceous, found in what is now China. It was the size of a turkey, and scientists believe Jeholornis had pretty muscular wings but probably couldn't flap them, speculating that the bird was a very strong glider!The Forest FireWhen a forest fire comes to woods not far from the family nest at Pteranodon Terrace, the family takes the Dinosaur Train to visit a nearby area where a fire has already been, and the Conductor leads the kids on a Nature Tracker hike through the woods to see how new life is growing back - even after the forest fire's devastation.Educational ObjectivesForest fires play a role in helping to maintain a healthy ecosystem. Fires can help the ecosystem of forests by reducing overpopulation of trees - allowing existing trees to grow larger; and cause some seeds to sprout - the seeds of lodgepole pines, for example (found in Yellowstone) will only open after they are exposed to fire. 
Sep 8
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Still Life with Cookie Cookie Monster learns how to control himself from eating his own paintings.Educational Objective: Self-Regulation, Art 
Sep 8
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 1 In this episode, Jerry will show viewers steps of painting rock in relationship to a back-country waterfall on a textured canvas. Great for basic to advanced painters covering layout, sectional under-painting, gradation of values, and use of chisel=edge brushes. 
Sep 8
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Unusually Unique We celebrate the unusually unique aspects of knit. We begin with a tutorial on Andean colorwork's scalloped edging. Eunny demonstrates this technique for an unique flair that you can add to your own designs. Next, knitwear designer Kristen TenDyke takes a look at her finish-free knits with a demonstration on a neat i-cord element that she adds to her knitted pullover design. Then, on Yarn Spotlight, Clara Parkes and Eunny are surrounded by luxury as they look at luxurious yarns made from muskox and silk. Worth every penny of luxury, these yarns are one-of-a-kind and work well for various small projects. Finally, Eunny wraps up today's episode with a fun technique of purling backwards! 
Sep 8
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. 
Sep 8
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 8
2:00 PM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Old World New World Roger sets granite steps on a bed of ice to melt them into place. Plaster contractor Bob Bucco repairs plaster by hand, while 3D printing specialist David Kempskie shows how the repairs can also be made in a computer, thanks to state-of-the-art technology. Norm and Tom review the design options for the front porch railing, then get to work fabricating the balustrade, which features a flat stock baluster that is custom-made on site. 
Sep 8
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Tom and Kevin build a simple table from solid fir, and Kevin works with a wood-finishing expert to stain and finish it. Roger shows a homeowner how to get rid of tree stumps. And Richard discusses the state of solar energy. 
Sep 8
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America For the Love of Vegetables Italians love their vegetables, and they are known for having some of the simplest, freshest and most delicious vegetable dishes of any country. In this episode, Lidia makes Stuffed Escarole, Stuffed Artichoke and Meat Stuffed Eggplant. 
Sep 8
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Would You Like a Bowl of Soup? / Vorebbe Una Ciotola della Minestra When all else fails, soup wins, when Mary Ann creates three masterpieces nella cucina, starting with a velvety-smooth Cream of Carrot and Potato Soup, and then goes fishing with a surprisingly satisfying Swordfish Minestrone. Break out the bowls and spoons and sit down for soup! 
Sep 8
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Simple & Satisfying Vegetable Mains Man on the Street John "Doc" Willoughby ventures to New York City to learn about vegetarian cooking from Amanda Cohen at Dirt Candy. Back in the test kitchen, test cook Becky Hays shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a great Mushroom and Leek Galette with Gorgonzola at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews his favorite vegetable cleavers in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Farmhouse Vegetable and Barley Soup. 
Sep 8
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Old-Fashioned Sweet Endings Test cook Erin McMurrer shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best Peaches and Cream Pie. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for rolling pins. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of pie crust. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to Cream Cheese Pound Cake. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 8
6:56 PM
Head On GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD (GMF) KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Sep 8
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Breathless, Part 1 Otto, a surgeon married to Elizabeth, has eyes for new nurse Angela. Angela's sister, Jean, is engaged to Otto's colleague Richard. Inspector Mulligan snoops around. Jean and Richard's marriage gets off to a rocky start. Otto makes a breakthrough with Angela. Mulligan gives Elizabeth a menacing message. 
Sep 8
8:30 PM
Film School Shorts Risky Business Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Sep 8
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Creature Comforts Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Sep 8
9:30 PM
On Story Neo Noir: The Modern Day Film Noir Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) and Brian Helgeland (LA Confidential) discuss the modern day Neo Noir - a genre-bending response to the Film Noirs of the 1940s and 50s - and dissect the basic styles, impulses, themes, and tones that embrace this form of storytelling. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 8
10:57 PM
Head On ISIS . ISIS SUSAN: Journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic terrorists - ISIS. Journalist Steven Sotloff and at least 3 other Americans are hostage to ISIS. And these well-funded, strategic jihadists have massacred thousands of local Iraqi tribes people. Now what? The UN? Our friend-emies the Syrians? Drone strikes? More dead troops? KRISTA: We shouldn't have gone into Iraq. Once there, we shouldn't have pulled out prematurely. Now a radical Islamist state is growing and murdering moderate Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities. Now that an American has been viciously beheaded, we should adopt a better foreign policy somewhere between nation building and withdrawal. SUSAN: Top military brass insist that ISIS will not be defeated without taking the fight to Syria. Meantime, only the US and Britain rightfully, refuse to pay ransoms for kidnapped citizens. At the same time, we learn James Foley's killer was likely a Brit. No easy answers here. None. KRISTA: ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Al Shabaab, Hezbollah, Boka Haram, the Taliban. Radical Islam is on the rise in North Africa and Asia. It is a threat to civilization there and here. Having successfully stopped Communism, the US should lead the fight against this new threat. Brace for a long struggle. 
Sep 8
11:00 PM
Masterpiece Breathless, Part 1 Otto, a surgeon married to Elizabeth, has eyes for new nurse Angela. Angela's sister, Jean, is engaged to Otto's colleague Richard. Inspector Mulligan snoops around. Jean and Richard's marriage gets off to a rocky start. Otto makes a breakthrough with Angela. Mulligan gives Elizabeth a menacing message. 
Sep 9
12:30 AM
Film School Shorts Creature Comforts Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Sep 9
1:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Old World New World Roger sets granite steps on a bed of ice to melt them into place. Plaster contractor Bob Bucco repairs plaster by hand, while 3D printing specialist David Kempskie shows how the repairs can also be made in a computer, thanks to state-of-the-art technology. Norm and Tom review the design options for the front porch railing, then get to work fabricating the balustrade, which features a flat stock baluster that is custom-made on site. 
Sep 9
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Tom and Kevin build a simple table from solid fir, and Kevin works with a wood-finishing expert to stain and finish it. Roger shows a homeowner how to get rid of tree stumps. And Richard discusses the state of solar energy. 
Sep 9
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America For the Love of Vegetables Italians love their vegetables, and they are known for having some of the simplest, freshest and most delicious vegetable dishes of any country. In this episode, Lidia makes Stuffed Escarole, Stuffed Artichoke and Meat Stuffed Eggplant. 
Sep 9
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Would You Like a Bowl of Soup? / Vorebbe Una Ciotola della Minestra When all else fails, soup wins, when Mary Ann creates three masterpieces nella cucina, starting with a velvety-smooth Cream of Carrot and Potato Soup, and then goes fishing with a surprisingly satisfying Swordfish Minestrone. Break out the bowls and spoons and sit down for soup! 
Sep 9
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Simple & Satisfying Vegetable Mains Man on the Street John "Doc" Willoughby ventures to New York City to learn about vegetarian cooking from Amanda Cohen at Dirt Candy. Back in the test kitchen, test cook Becky Hays shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a great Mushroom and Leek Galette with Gorgonzola at home. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reviews his favorite vegetable cleavers in the Equipment Corner. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Farmhouse Vegetable and Barley Soup. 
Sep 9
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Old-Fashioned Sweet Endings Test cook Erin McMurrer shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the best Peaches and Cream Pie. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for rolling pins. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of pie crust. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to Cream Cheese Pound Cake. 
Sep 9
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 1 In this episode, Jerry will show viewers steps of painting rock in relationship to a back-country waterfall on a textured canvas. Great for basic to advanced painters covering layout, sectional under-painting, gradation of values, and use of chisel=edge brushes. 
Sep 9
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Unusually Unique We celebrate the unusually unique aspects of knit. We begin with a tutorial on Andean colorwork's scalloped edging. Eunny demonstrates this technique for an unique flair that you can add to your own designs. Next, knitwear designer Kristen TenDyke takes a look at her finish-free knits with a demonstration on a neat i-cord element that she adds to her knitted pullover design. Then, on Yarn Spotlight, Clara Parkes and Eunny are surrounded by luxury as they look at luxurious yarns made from muskox and silk. Worth every penny of luxury, these yarns are one-of-a-kind and work well for various small projects. Finally, Eunny wraps up today's episode with a fun technique of purling backwards! 
Sep 9
5:00 AM
This is America & the World THIS IS AMERICA VISITS JAPAN, Part II: Women In Japan This week Dennis Wholey is on-location in Japan to learn about the importance of women to the prosperity of the country. The program examines the role of women today and the way in which the country is shifting to promote women now and in the future. 
Sep 9
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.  
Sep 9
5:57 AM
Head On Fergusan 1. FERGUSAN SUSAN: Fergusan MO - all you need to know: donating military weapons to local police is stupid. Poorly trained and educated police are dangerous. Politicians are more adept at duck and cover than peaceful protesters. Racism in American is alive and well. KRISTA: A police officer is hospitalized. A young adult is dead. The facts are under investigation. Yet, race baiters, politicians, and looters paint this as a racist act and profit from it. Was the officer defending himself? Was he racist? We don't yet know and should not judge until we do. SUSAN: Supporters of policeman Darren Wilson raised more money for him than's been raised for his victim, Michael Brown. Racism or merely stupidity - that kind of reactionary meanness is deeply disturbing. Declaring unwavering support for the cop's unwarranted brutality? Call it what you will - it's ugly. KRISTA: We don't know if it was unwarranted. A severely beaten officer might have been using justified force to save his own life. When a black officer shoots a white youth, no one cries racism unless the facts prove otherwise. We must wait for the investigation. Innocent until proven guilty, remember? 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 9
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Relaxation Mary Ann explores the healing touch of massage, demonstrating some effective ways to release tension and use movement to relax. 
Sep 9
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Bad Hair Day Chris and Martin try to help a lion named "He who breathes fire" get past obstacles and back to his pride, who are under siege from two intruder lions.Science Concept: Social Organization in animals. 
Sep 9
8:00 AM
Curious George George and the Giant Thumb/Shutter Monkey A bored George and Allie decide to make a ginormous sculpture of Bill's sprained thumb. The duo quickly run out of clay and turn to less conventional art supplies. Peanut butter proves too sticky and shaving cream too drippy, so George and Allie use mud to finish their masterpiece. But will Bill give their art a thumbs up?Educational Objective: To explore the characteristics of different materials in relation to their use in sculpting. To be introduced to the concept of sculpting as a process. To explore materials, in this case for sculpting, and the influence material(s) can have on the outcome of a project.Betsy's "Out of Sight Shapes" entry for the photo contest is sure to win first prize--that is until George and Steve accidentally ruin her pictures. With some help from Steve, George runs around town trying to re-shoot the photographs. But finding the hidden shapes in things is hard for a little monkey! Can George snap 4 pictures of 4 shapes by 4:00...or are Betsy's prize-winning photos out of sight for good?Educational Objective: To recognize that some shapes have curved sides (like a circle) and some have straight sides (rectangle). To identify some of the properties of common shapes, such as number of sides and number of corners (angles). To investigate and predict the results of putting together shapes to make new shapes (e.g., 3 firemen + a hose = triangle). 
Sep 9
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Show Me the Honey/Migration Vacation Show Me the Honey Sally and Nick have run out of honey! Luckily the Cat knows just where to go to get more. They visit Queen Priscilla Buzzoo who invites them to join in the bee dance to learn how to make honey.Educational Objective: Honey - how bees collect nectar to make honey and have a special dance to tell each other locations of the best flowers to collect nectar from.Migration VacationThe purple martin swallow that lives in Sally's backyard has gone missing! The Cat, with the help of a variety of forest creatures, help Nick and Sally track down the bird, and learn how and why birds migrate. Educational Objective: Migration - when cold winter temperatures cause a shortage of food, some birds fly great distances to warmer climates where food is more plentiful. 
Sep 9
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pizza Problem/The Pizza Pirate Problem The Pizza Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. When Peg and Cat get orders for halves of pizzas, they must learn about fractions to keep their patrons pleased. Primary Content: Fractions (whole, half)Secondary Content: CirclesThe Pizza Pirate Problem - Peg's Pizza Place/Giant Land/Prehistoric Valley/Ancient Egypt. As Peg and Cat deliver pizzas far and wide, they are menaced by the flying Pizza Pirates who are determined to "take away one!"Primary Content: Taking away 1Secondary Content: Adding 10 
Sep 9
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Hurricane at Pteranodon Terrace/Rafting the Cretaceous Hurricane at Pteranodon TerraceThe long-awaited rains finally return to Pteranodon Terrace, but grow into a huge rainstorm that grows even bigger - into a hurricane! Dad hasn't seen it blow like this since he was a kid. They seek shelter, and Don discovers an entrance to a cave below their nest, where not only the Pteranodons, but also their other neighbors, the Lambeorsaurus family and Cindy Cimolestes, all take shelter for the night. In the morning, the storm has passed, but everyone must pitch in to rebuild their various nests.Educational Objectives Hurricanes are powerful storms that start over warm (tropical) ocean water but can move inland, causing high winds, torrential rains, flooding, and much damage. Rafting the CretaceousThe family is cleaning up the mess left over from the hurricane, and discover that a raft of logs has washed up two refugees from across the Western Interior Sea - a turtle named Aidan Adocus, and a small mammal named Tommy Ptilodus. Our family learns of their adventure, crossing the sea in the storm, and washing up at Pteranodon Terrace. They decide to take their new friends to the Dinosaur Train, and ride back with them to their home in Appalachia.Educational Objective Land animals occasionally, and accidentally, move between landmasses across large stretches of ocean. Sometimes their descendants manage to survive in the new home, forever changing the make-up of the animals living there. Scientists use the concept of "rafting" to explain how some animals are transported over water from one location to another. 
Sep 9
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 
Sep 9
11:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Misty Fjords To Sitka Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Alaska—from the sheer cliffs of Misty Fjords to historical Sitka. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Sep 9
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Art Meets Stitch This episode looks at thread and stitch and their impact on projects. Rebecca Kemp Brent starts us out with a small drawstring bag. All sorts of stitching is prominent, from the machine-embroidered redwork designs to the enhancements with needle felting, punch needle work, ribbon embroidery, and beading. Then, Rayna Gillman is back for a return visit featuring her slicing techniques with hand-printed fabrics to create free-form strip sets. Finally we have another returning guest: Jane Dvila gives a lesson on combining stitch, fabric, and paper. 
Sep 9
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.  
Sep 9
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 9
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Moss Gardens (Raleigh, NC) Lush, green plants that need little water, stay green all year long and never have to be fertilized? What more could you want, especially after we show you how. 
Sep 9
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Fall Into Perennials Central Texas Gardener showcases exquisite Central Texas gardens and teaches how to have your own beautiful garden.  
Sep 9
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Pork A classic of the American table--Pork Chops and Applesauce, is the starting point for three Julia and Jacques improvisations: aromatic Grilled, Stuffed Pork Chops with rosemary, served with a tomato, red onion and avocado salad; Loin of Pork with sautéed red cabbage and apples, and Pork Tenderloin Medallions with port wine and macerated prunes on a bed of orzo. 
Sep 9
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia  Lauren Groveman, founder of Lauren Groveman's Kitchen, Inc., prepares bagels, matzos and pumpernickel loaves. 
Sep 9
4:00 PM
Father Knows Food Colt's Play Date Peter's son, Colt invites his schoolmates to the local park for some fun outdoors and great snack food. Peter prepares a menu that's a hit with both little ones and their parents. 
Sep 9
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals  Celebrity chef and food legend Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style to public television with a new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Twenty fast-paced and engaging half-hour episodes feature quick and delicious entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks.SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS marks Moulton's public television homecoming; in 1979, she worked behind-the-scenes with the original celebrity chef, Julia Child, in Julia Child and More Company. As one of the Food Network's defining personalities, Moulton has won over legions of admirers with her hit series Cooking Live and Sara' Secrets. The busy mother of two also serves as the longtime executive chef of Gourmet magazine, the food editor of ABC's Good Morning America and the author of two cookbooks. As Herma Rosenthal noted in TV Guide, "Other TV chefs may own famous restaurants and perform with theatrical flair, but Moulton's the one you can actually picture popping over to help you fix the lumpy gravy or the fallen souffle."As a working parent, Moulton understands the challenges of placing a nourishing meal on the table after a long day on the job. In SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, she shares her ideas for preparing flavorful, healthy food with minimal fuss. Based on her cookbook, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Moulton's series redefines dinner with fast, tasty and routine-breaking entrees. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." In addition, an international team of Moulton's culinary friends prove that easy weeknight dinners come without borders.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 9
6:56 PM
Head On 6th CD . 6TH CDKRISTA: Redrawn to politically competitive, Colorado's 6th Congressional district is now home to the one of the tightest races in the country. Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman faces Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a far left candidate who moved to the district to run. Romanoff would be more at home in Boulder or Denver. SUSAN: Andrew is many things - smart, compassionate, conscientious and deliberate. A far left wing nut? Hardly. Romanoff'S record reflects the new CD 6 demographics - moderate, ethnically and economically diverse and centrist. Mike Coffman is a chameleon who can morph into changing surroundings. His conservative, reaction record says something else. KRISTA: Born in 6th CD, I've lived here most of my life. What we need is someone who will vote to repeal the disastrous Obamacare law, balance the federal budget, and support entitlement reform. Romanoff will do none of those things. Coffman has and will continue to represent us well. SUSAN: Then vote for Andrew. He aims to balance the federal budget. Check out his TV ad. On the contrary, Coffman consistently votes to shift the tax burden from billionaires to the middle class; to make college for expensive for working families and in support of increased Medicare costs for seniors. Coffman vote for plutocrats - not the 6th CD. 
Sep 9
7:00 PM
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Upaj: Improvise Sixty-eight-year-old artist Das exemplifies the elegance and mathematical precision of kathak, a classical dance of North India. Jason, a 32-year-old African-American tap dancer, hails from the freestyle, street-wise American tradition of contemporary tap. The two join forces and an unlikely friendship develops that bridges continents, generations, cultures and communities. 
Sep 9
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Vintage Rochester Back in 1998, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW travelled to Rochester, New York, and appraised items including a painting by Frank Zappa, a van Munster violin and a Minton vase. One of these items increased more than five times in value and another has dropped by more than $1,000. Tune in to find out which item's value has soared and which one's is sinking. 
Sep 9
9:00 PM
Cool Spaces! Performance Spaces Performance Spaces:Barclay's Center, Brooklyn, NY by SHoP, (New York)Cowboys Stadium, Dallas, TX by HKS Architects (Dallas)Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City, MO by Moshe Safdie (Boston) 
Sep 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."  
Sep 9
10:57 PM
Head On DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS KRISTA: Task forces, convened early this year to review the policies of the troubled Denver Sheriff Department released 40 draft recommendations. Recommendations would increase training, supervision, and monitoring. The discipline task force did not offer suggestions because its work continues. Will the recommendations actually change the broken culture of the department? SUSAN: Denver's dept of safety is a mess. Judge John Kane ought to call in the Justice Department - the sooner the better. Mayor Hancock wouldn't know an independent review if it sat down next to him at dinner. His task force is full of cronies and political lackeys who care only about protecting our good-natured but clueless Mayor. KRISTA: There's no point in bringing in the feds. They are likely to politicize the situation. The Denver Sheriff Department should follow the recommendations from the task forces and work hard to redeem the agency's reputation. Mistakes have cost taxpayers millions and victims even more. Time for a new chapter. SUSAN: On the contrary. The feds will bring expertise to a terrible situation that's been entirely politicized by a mayoral administration focused on Michael Hancock's re-election - not a transparent investigation. Hancock failed to fire his buddy the chief sheriff who either didn''t know about or covered up abuses. Bring in the feds. 
Sep 9
11:00 PM
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Upaj: Improvise Sixty-eight-year-old artist Das exemplifies the elegance and mathematical precision of kathak, a classical dance of North India. Jason, a 32-year-old African-American tap dancer, hails from the freestyle, street-wise American tradition of contemporary tap. The two join forces and an unlikely friendship develops that bridges continents, generations, cultures and communities. 
Sep 10
12:00 AM
Cool Spaces! Performance Spaces Performance Spaces:Barclay's Center, Brooklyn, NY by SHoP, (New York)Cowboys Stadium, Dallas, TX by HKS Architects (Dallas)Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City, MO by Moshe Safdie (Boston) 
Sep 10
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Moss Gardens (Raleigh, NC) Lush, green plants that need little water, stay green all year long and never have to be fertilized? What more could you want, especially after we show you how. 
Sep 10
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Fall Into Perennials Central Texas Gardener showcases exquisite Central Texas gardens and teaches how to have your own beautiful garden.  
Sep 10
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Joachim Splichal Joachim Splichal creates braised lamb shanks on barley risotto. He recommends lightly flouring the lamb shanks so that they will brown more easily and also help thicken the sauce. 
Sep 10
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Grilled Oysters with Garlic Butter, Busters and Grits, and Pain Perdue and Peach Grilled Oysters with Garlic Butter, Busters and Grits, and Pain Perdue and Peach Jam 
Sep 10
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia  Lauren Groveman, founder of Lauren Groveman's Kitchen, Inc., prepares bagels, matzos and pumpernickel loaves. 
Sep 10
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals  Celebrity chef and food legend Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style to public television with a new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Twenty fast-paced and engaging half-hour episodes feature quick and delicious entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks.SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS marks Moulton's public television homecoming; in 1979, she worked behind-the-scenes with the original celebrity chef, Julia Child, in Julia Child and More Company. As one of the Food Network's defining personalities, Moulton has won over legions of admirers with her hit series Cooking Live and Sara' Secrets. The busy mother of two also serves as the longtime executive chef of Gourmet magazine, the food editor of ABC's Good Morning America and the author of two cookbooks. As Herma Rosenthal noted in TV Guide, "Other TV chefs may own famous restaurants and perform with theatrical flair, but Moulton's the one you can actually picture popping over to help you fix the lumpy gravy or the fallen souffle."As a working parent, Moulton understands the challenges of placing a nourishing meal on the table after a long day on the job. In SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, she shares her ideas for preparing flavorful, healthy food with minimal fuss. Based on her cookbook, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Moulton's series redefines dinner with fast, tasty and routine-breaking entrees. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." In addition, an international team of Moulton's culinary friends prove that easy weeknight dinners come without borders.  
Sep 10
4:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Misty Fjords To Sitka Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Alaska—from the sheer cliffs of Misty Fjords to historical Sitka. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Sep 10
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Art Meets Stitch This episode looks at thread and stitch and their impact on projects. Rebecca Kemp Brent starts us out with a small drawstring bag. All sorts of stitching is prominent, from the machine-embroidered redwork designs to the enhancements with needle felting, punch needle work, ribbon embroidery, and beading. Then, Rayna Gillman is back for a return visit featuring her slicing techniques with hand-printed fabrics to create free-form strip sets. Finally we have another returning guest: Jane Dvila gives a lesson on combining stitch, fabric, and paper. 
Sep 10
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.  
Sep 10
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.  
Sep 10
5:57 AM
Head On GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD (GMF) KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Sep 10
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.  
Sep 10
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.  
Sep 10
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.  
Sep 10
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Feel Your Best Feeling good is important in life, certain movements help you feel your best. Mary Ann shares exercises that will leave yuou feeling great. 
Sep 10
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Race for the Hippo Disc When Chris and Martin accidentally lose a Power Disc on the African savannah, the Wild Kratts goes into crisis mode to find the disc before it gets into the hands of Zach Varmitech.Science Concept: Hippopotamus Territoriality. 
Sep 10
8:00 AM
Curious George Wind Symphony/George and Allie's Automated Car Wash George is an expert at making noise, so Mr. Zoobel asks for his help in creating a one-of-a-kind rooftop Wind Symphony. George and Zoobel listen closely to the different sounds of everyday objects, whether it's banging pots, clinking silverware, or flapping laundry, and find the perfect instruments for a wind-powered orchestra. But as the crowd gathers below, the promised wind isn't arriving and George has to think of a way to save the day.Educational Objective: To demonstrate objects can vibrate to produce sounds and different objects can produce different sounds.Spish! Spish! Blub blub! George and Allie are so impressed by Sprint Quint's automatic car wash that they decide to build their own...for toy cars! Remembering each stage of the car wash by the sound it makes, George and Allie assemble picnic benches, slippers, car mats, paint rollers and other everyday objects into a one-of-a-kind automatic toy wash. But will it be as successful as the full-sized car wash?Educational Objective:To learn that all people use tools and techniques to help them do things. To understand that tools, simple machines, materials, and skills are used to make things and to carry out tasks. 
Sep 10
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. 
Sep 10
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pirate Puzzle Problem/The Scrap of Map Problem The Pirate Puzzle Problem - The Pirate Ship. Peg and Cat must help the pirates put together a puzzle, and then the four sections of their sinking ship. Primary Content: Composing and decomposing puzzlesSecondary Content: Recognizing the attributes of shapesThe Scrap of Map Problem - Pirate Island. When the Pirates' treasure map is torn and carried off by the wind, Peg and Cat and friends from far and wide put their scraps of map together to find the treasure.Primary Content: Working together to solve a problem, one-to-one countingSecondary Content: Using a map, fair sharing 
Sep 10
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dinosaur Train Submarine: Shoshana Shonosaurus/All Kinds of Families Dinosaur Train Submarine: Shoshana ShonosaurusThe Pteranodon family goes under the sea again, to ride the Dinosaur Train Submarine - this time they go to meet Shoshana Shonisaurus, an enormous marine reptile that's something between a dolphin and a whale. Since Shoshana loves to dive down very deep, Shiny has a problem with following her down to the bottom of the sea. Shoshana kindly helps Shiny get over her fear of diving deep.Educational Objective Shonisaurus was a giant, slow marine animal that, like the modern whale, was an air-breather. Preschoolers love learning about huge, mighty whales and dolphins so learning about a comparable marine animal from the Mesozoic will be very exciting. All Kinds of Families When Buddy expresses his feelings about being adopted to Tiny and Mrs. Pteranodon, they tell him that he will always be a part of the Pteranodon family. Mom takes Buddy and Tiny to meet another adopted dinosaur kid named Sonny Sauroposeidon, a huge tall creature, now a part of tiny Mikey Microraptor's family. Buddy and Sonny bond over being adopted and knowing that they are both in adoptive families that are different species but still love and appreciate them. Educational Objectives This episode teaches that Sauroposeidon had much in common with other sauropods-they were huge, four-legged, long-necked, tiny-headed plant-eaters. The Sauroposeidon was unique for having one of the longest necks ever of any dinosaur we know about today. 
Sep 10
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Gotcha! A hidden camera show pops up on Sesame Street to try and catch bad manners in action.Educational Objectives:Self-Regulation 
Sep 10
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Island Magic, part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th 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. 
Sep 10
11:30 AM
Sew It All Do the Duffle, Ashley Briggs Have fun with zippers and make a sturdy duffle bag. 
Sep 10
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.  
Sep 10
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.  
Sep 10
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."  
Sep 10
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  There is a growing trend towards going back to nature in our own back yards. Some find the thought daunting, it need not be. In this Episode GardenSMART visits with a unique individual who shares his expertise in developing naturalistic gardens. You can do it too. Be sure to watch. 
Sep 10
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Outdoor Keyed Deck Chairs These interlocking chairs are hard to find yet easy to make. 
Sep 10
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Tijuana Taco Crawl" People are passionate about their tacos in Tijuana. Ask any local and they'll tell you their favorite — complete with mouthwatering details. Three local Tijuana foodies take Rick on a taco "crawl" starting with arrachera (skirt steak) tacos at El Yaqui. Piled high with beans, creamy avocado salsa and Mexican "candy" (roasted jalapeños). The feast moves on to include suadero tacos at Los Ahumadores, sautéed and fried shrimp tacos at Mariscos El Mazateño, steamed tacos on Tijuana's tourist strip and ends with smoked salmon tacos at Salceados. At home, Rick creates a taco feast for a casual backyard cookout. 
Sep 10
3:30 PM
Taste This! Local Cheese Favorites Today's episode features recipes that include skirt steak, grilled vegetables, and a cheese plate. Chef Joe prepares homemade rub to marinate the steak, which is accompanied by fresh grilled vegetables. Chef Joe also prepares a fruit and cheese platter that is a great recipe for any party, including Swiss cheese popcorn! 
Sep 10
4:00 PM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Sip and See 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. 
Sep 10
4:30 PM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Winter Harvest On The Farm, host Ian Knauer follows his ingredients from their very beginnings all the way to the dinner table. Whether he's milking a cow to make fresh cheeses that are the star of dinner or harvesting honey, fresh from the hive, that becomes the key ingredient in the meal, he is educating his viewers about exactly where wholesome, delicious food comes from. This series doesn't just highlight a fad in American food, but an eco-conscious, fresh and a fun lifestyle, and it brings education back to cooking television by way of easy to follow recipes and the importance of sustainable agriculture. Viewers will feel as if they've been invited to roll up their sleeves and experience the way their ancestors grew and ate their food as a way to look to the future of American food. 
Sep 10
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.  
Sep 10
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.  
Sep 10
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.  
Sep 10
6:56 PM
Head On ISIS . ISIS SUSAN: Journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic terrorists - ISIS. Journalist Steven Sotloff and at least 3 other Americans are hostage to ISIS. And these well-funded, strategic jihadists have massacred thousands of local Iraqi tribes people. Now what? The UN? Our friend-emies the Syrians? Drone strikes? More dead troops? KRISTA: We shouldn't have gone into Iraq. Once there, we shouldn't have pulled out prematurely. Now a radical Islamist state is growing and murdering moderate Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities. Now that an American has been viciously beheaded, we should adopt a better foreign policy somewhere between nation building and withdrawal. SUSAN: Top military brass insist that ISIS will not be defeated without taking the fight to Syria. Meantime, only the US and Britain rightfully, refuse to pay ransoms for kidnapped citizens. At the same time, we learn James Foley's killer was likely a Brit. No easy answers here. None. KRISTA: ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Al Shabaab, Hezbollah, Boka Haram, the Taliban. Radical Islam is on the rise in North Africa and Asia. It is a threat to civilization there and here. Having successfully stopped Communism, the US should lead the fight against this new threat. Brace for a long struggle. 
Sep 10
7:00 PM
Intelligence Squared Is the FDA Too Cautious?" The Food and Drug Administration, the oldest comprehensive consumer protection agency in the U.S. federal government, is charged with protecting the public health. Under this mandate, it regulates drugs and medical devices for their safety and effectiveness. But is it a failing mandate? It's long been argued that the FDA's long and costly approval processes stifle innovation and keep life-changing treatments from the market. But the question remains: when it comes to public health, is it ever okay to sacrifice safety for speed? 
Sep 10
8:00 PM
FRONTLINE Losing Iraq FRONTLINE examines the unfolding chaos in Iraq and how the U.S. is being pulled back into the conflict. Drawing on interviews with policymakers and military leaders, the film traces the U.S. role from the 2003 invasion to the current violence, showing how Iraq itself is coming undone, how we got here, what went wrong, and what happens next. 
Sep 10
9:30 PM
Life on the Line: Coming of Age Between Nations This half-hour documentary follows a year in the life of 11-year-old Kimberly Torrez. Living steps from the border in Nogales, Mexico, Kimberly crosses each day to attend school just across the line in Arizona. Kimberly's unemployed father, stricken with Hepatitis C, needs a liver transplant; Kimberly's mother desperately awaits the visa that will allow her to live in the U.S. with her American children if her husband dies. A slice-of-life portrait film told through Kimberly's eyes, Life on the Line illuminates the changing face of America through the story of this one family. 
Sep 10
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."  
Sep 10
10:57 PM
Head On Fergusan 1. FERGUSAN SUSAN: Fergusan MO - all you need to know: donating military weapons to local police is stupid. Poorly trained and educated police are dangerous. Politicians are more adept at duck and cover than peaceful protesters. Racism in American is alive and well. KRISTA: A police officer is hospitalized. A young adult is dead. The facts are under investigation. Yet, race baiters, politicians, and looters paint this as a racist act and profit from it. Was the officer defending himself? Was he racist? We don't yet know and should not judge until we do. SUSAN: Supporters of policeman Darren Wilson raised more money for him than's been raised for his victim, Michael Brown. Racism or merely stupidity - that kind of reactionary meanness is deeply disturbing. Declaring unwavering support for the cop's unwarranted brutality? Call it what you will - it's ugly. KRISTA: We don't know if it was unwarranted. A severely beaten officer might have been using justified force to save his own life. When a black officer shoots a white youth, no one cries racism unless the facts prove otherwise. We must wait for the investigation. Innocent until proven guilty, remember? 
Sep 10
11:00 PM
FRONTLINE Losing Iraq FRONTLINE examines the unfolding chaos in Iraq and how the U.S. is being pulled back into the conflict. Drawing on interviews with policymakers and military leaders, the film traces the U.S. role from the 2003 invasion to the current violence, showing how Iraq itself is coming undone, how we got here, what went wrong, and what happens next. 
Sep 11
12:30 AM
Intelligence Squared Is the FDA Too Cautious?" The Food and Drug Administration, the oldest comprehensive consumer protection agency in the U.S. federal government, is charged with protecting the public health. Under this mandate, it regulates drugs and medical devices for their safety and effectiveness. But is it a failing mandate? It's long been argued that the FDA's long and costly approval processes stifle innovation and keep life-changing treatments from the market. But the question remains: when it comes to public health, is it ever okay to sacrifice safety for speed? 
Sep 11
1:30 AM
Transplant: A Gift for Life This documentary reveals the powerful emotions and cutting-edge science involved in vital organ transplant. Meet a daughter who shares half of her liver to save her father's life; a lung transplant recipient who reaches out to his deceased donor's family; and two mothers who nurse their sons through multiple transplants. Filmmaker Denny Mahoney, recipient of a 2008 liver transplant via live donation from his nephew Matthew, worked tirelessly to address the fact that every day, 19 people in the United States die waiting for an organ transplant, and every 12 minutes, another person is added to the transplant list. TRANSPLANT premiered locally on Twin Cities Public Television just weeks after Mahoney's death from cancer in March 2012. In this program, the viewer sees the parents and children, co-workers and friends, physicians and scientists whose lives are testimony to the reality that the tragic death — or inspirational generosity — of one person can offer another a second chance at life. 
Sep 11
2:30 AM
Taste This! Local Cheese Favorites Today's episode features recipes that include skirt steak, grilled vegetables, and a cheese plate. Chef Joe prepares homemade rub to marinate the steak, which is accompanied by fresh grilled vegetables. Chef Joe also prepares a fruit and cheese platter that is a great recipe for any party, including Swiss cheese popcorn! 
Sep 11
3:00 AM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Sip and See 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. 
Sep 11
3:30 AM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Winter Harvest On The Farm, host Ian Knauer follows his ingredients from their very beginnings all the way to the dinner table. Whether he's milking a cow to make fresh cheeses that are the star of dinner or harvesting honey, fresh from the hive, that becomes the key ingredient in the meal, he is educating his viewers about exactly where wholesome, delicious food comes from. This series doesn't just highlight a fad in American food, but an eco-conscious, fresh and a fun lifestyle, and it brings education back to cooking television by way of easy to follow recipes and the importance of sustainable agriculture. Viewers will feel as if they've been invited to roll up their sleeves and experience the way their ancestors grew and ate their food as a way to look to the future of American food. 
Sep 11
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Island Magic, part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th 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. 
Sep 11
4:30 AM
Sew It All Do the Duffle, Ashley Briggs Have fun with zippers and make a sturdy duffle bag. 
Sep 11
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.  
Sep 11
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.  
Sep 11
5:57 AM
Head On 6th CD . 6TH CDKRISTA: Redrawn to politically competitive, Colorado's 6th Congressional district is now home to the one of the tightest races in the country. Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman faces Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a far left candidate who moved to the district to run. Romanoff would be more at home in Boulder or Denver. SUSAN: Andrew is many things - smart, compassionate, conscientious and deliberate. A far left wing nut? Hardly. Romanoff'S record reflects the new CD 6 demographics - moderate, ethnically and economically diverse and centrist. Mike Coffman is a chameleon who can morph into changing surroundings. His conservative, reaction record says something else. KRISTA: Born in 6th CD, I've lived here most of my life. What we need is someone who will vote to repeal the disastrous Obamacare law, balance the federal budget, and support entitlement reform. Romanoff will do none of those things. Coffman has and will continue to represent us well. SUSAN: Then vote for Andrew. He aims to balance the federal budget. Check out his TV ad. On the contrary, Coffman consistently votes to shift the tax burden from billionaires to the middle class; to make college for expensive for working families and in support of increased Medicare costs for seniors. Coffman vote for plutocrats - not the 6th CD. 
Sep 11
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.  
Sep 11
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.  
Sep 11
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.  
Sep 11
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Fundamental Moves In this episode Mary Ann mixes the good old standards with new moves for a fun and effective full body workout. 
Sep 11
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 
Sep 11
8:00 AM
Curious George DJ George/Curious George Paints the Desert It's George's lucky day when the Man with the Yellow Hat wins tickets to a Bonnie Smooth concert over the radio. But at the radio station, George's luck turns when he accidentally locks himself into the DJ booth just as Bonnie Smooth herself is scheduled to call in for an interview. Can a DJ teach a monkey how to operate a radio station through a sound proof window in time for the big call, or will George be able to figure it out on his own?Educational Objective: To learn the sequence and order of specific procedures or steps and order the steps numerically in terms of first, second, third, etc. To create representations of a series of procedures, using gesture, written pictorial symbols, or concrete objects. To identify objects based on their properties, such as shape and color.While visiting the Quints during their desert vacation, George is thrilled when his new Native American friend makes a colorful sand painting of the happy monkey. But a jackrabbit runs through the painting, ruining the work of art and making George not so happy. George decides to make his own painting to replace the ruined one, but when he doesn't have the correct color of sand, he turns to food to help dye it the right color. Educational Objective: To be introduced to the idea of creating art using earth's natural materials. To learn something about the role of the traditional medicine man in Native American culture 
Sep 11
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The I Love the Nightlife/Oh Give Me a Home! I Love the NightlifeNick wants to stay awake all night. Good thing the Cat needs help finding his most favorite hat that he lost in the forest of Wagamaroo! The Cat takes Nick and Sally on a nocturnal adventure, along the way meeting a variety of animals who stay up all night!Educational Objective: Nocturnal animals - some animals like the owl, bat and opossum, sleep during the day and hunt for food at night using specialized skills to help them.Oh Give Me a Home!Nick has a super duper special shell and Sally wants one too! The Cat in the Hat takes them to a beachside adventure where they meet Tucker, a hermit crab who is also looking for a new shell because he's grown too big for his. An under the sea fashion show gives both Tucker and Sally super duper special shells!Educational Objective: Hermit Crabs - how they eventually outgrow their adopted shells and must scramble, even compete to find a suitable new one. 
Sep 11
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 
Sep 11
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dinos A to Z, Part 3, Classification/Dinos A to Z, Part 4, A to Z Picnic Dinos A to Z, Part 3, ClassificationThe Pteranodon family rides the Dinosaur Train - now with extra cars attached -- as it continues picking up more dinosaurs that are in the `Dinosaurs A to Z' song. The Pteranodon family reunites with some dinosaurs they've met before, and are introduced to species they've never met! The Pteranodon kids also learn about classification, and Don leads the way organizing the dinosaurs on the Train by their species, features, and size. Educational Objectives This episode stresses the idea of scientific classification - grouping diverse dinosaurs into categories by such specific things as species, features, size, time period they lived in, diet, etc. Dinos A to Z, Part 4, A to Z PicnicThe Pteranodon family is on the Dinosaur Train, now very crowded with all 26 dinosaurs mentioned in the `Dinosaurs A to Z' song. The Train has added more extra cars than it ever has, and there's even an additional engine to help pull the Train to Troodon Town. At Troodon Town, all the dinosaurs have fun at a picnic, and then Tiny leads the 26 different `A to Z' dinosaurs in a fun, rousing, and historic singing of the `Dinosaurs A to Z' song!Educational Objectives This episode emphasizes the great diversity among the dinosaurs in the Mesozoic Era, and how classification is used by scientists (and our series' kids). 
Sep 11
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) 
Sep 11
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Sep 11
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Quick Column Quilts, Part 2 Substitute a column of fabric for a traditional quilt block and a speedy approach to quilting.Use Nancy's quick method to make the time-honored Tumbling Tumblers block—turning a traditional quilt into a modern one. Learn to audition fabric, use templates, and stitch with ease! Create a speedy column quilted table runner using hexagon shapes with a template that eliminates the dreaded Y-seam—it's fast! 
Sep 11
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.  
Sep 11
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Lynda Obst - Sleepless in Hollywood Lyda Obst is the producer of such acclaimed films as Contact, The Fisher King, Adventures in Babysitting, Hope Floats, and the iconic Sleepless in Seattle. She is also an author and producer of the hit TV series Hot in Cleveland. With her book, Sleepless in Hollywood, she tackles the drastic transformation of the current film industry and offers advice to help anyone reinvent themselves amidst the fast paced changes of modern life. 
Sep 11
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."  
Sep 11
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  Travel to Georgia to meet farmers and foragers who gather local ingredients for a feast in the fields, with Chef Daniel showing how to make a spectacular farm-to-table meal. Back in his home in Minnesota, Daniel takes fresh, local ingredients to make bread and pickles. In the Victory Garden, Roger shares the secrets of growing garlic and eggplant, and Chef Marian uses them to make a delectable eggplant and goat cheese dip. 
Sep 11
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Herbs & Roses P. Allen Smith invites James Beard award winning Chef Jerry Traunfeld to help him concoct an herb filled multi-course menu to serve guests attending the dedication of the new rose garden at the Garden Home Retreat. Allen also demonstrates the ease of drying and storing your own herbs. Plus, a mystery solved... is garlic an herb or a vegetable? 
Sep 11
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Perfect Roast A beautifully cooked roast makes a grand centerpiece for any dinner. Martha shares three recipes — a rib roast, crown roast of pork, and stuffed turkey breast — each a lesson in key roasting techniques. Learn how to achieve perfect roasts, including the best cuts for roasting, ways to ensure they stay juicy after cooking and serving suggestions for festive occasions. 
Sep 11
3:30 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino Delicious Chicken Dinner Nick visits the cheese monger and the P-Patch and prepares Chicken Provolone with Tomato Sauce and a Salad with Spinach, Arugula & Shallots. Old school recipes made simple for today's busy home chefs. 
Sep 11
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking  In this unique series, host Andreas Viestad brings his mobile kitchen to Norway's fjords, cities and countryside where he prepares simple, delicious food in the great outdoors. Andreas brings a truly fresh approach to cooking, weaving traditional Scandinavian ingredients into modern recipes that are fun and easy to prepare.  
Sep 11
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Siena and Assisi, Italy Burt takes a group of public television viewers on a tour of Assisi and Siena. They visit the Basilica of St. Francis and discover how the paintings of Giotto made a permanent change in the way painters saw the world. They travel on to Siena and visit the great Church and historic attractions of the city. They also have a private tour of one of Italy's most important wineries and a special tasting of the wines of Tuscany. 
Sep 11
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.  
Sep 11
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.  
Sep 11
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.  
Sep 11
6:56 PM
Head On DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS KRISTA: Task forces, convened early this year to review the policies of the troubled Denver Sheriff Department released 40 draft recommendations. Recommendations would increase training, supervision, and monitoring. The discipline task force did not offer suggestions because its work continues. Will the recommendations actually change the broken culture of the department? SUSAN: Denver's dept of safety is a mess. Judge John Kane ought to call in the Justice Department - the sooner the better. Mayor Hancock wouldn't know an independent review if it sat down next to him at dinner. His task force is full of cronies and political lackeys who care only about protecting our good-natured but clueless Mayor. KRISTA: There's no point in bringing in the feds. They are likely to politicize the situation. The Denver Sheriff Department should follow the recommendations from the task forces and work hard to redeem the agency's reputation. Mistakes have cost taxpayers millions and victims even more. Time for a new chapter. SUSAN: On the contrary. The feds will bring expertise to a terrible situation that's been entirely politicized by a mayoral administration focused on Michael Hancock's re-election - not a transparent investigation. Hancock failed to fire his buddy the chief sheriff who either didn''t know about or covered up abuses. Bring in the feds. 
Sep 11
7:00 PM
Seeds of Death: Unveiling the Lies of GMOs 

Today the vast majority of foods in supermarkets contain genetically modified substances whose effects on our health are unknown. SEEDS OF DEATH documents the dangers of genetically-modified foods (GMOs) that are flooding our food supply as a result of just a handful of large companies.

Produced by author and activist Gary Null PhD, the film features the voices and warnings of experts demanding the reassessment of GMOs. These experts include Jeffrey Smith, Vandana Shiva, Ronnie Cummins, Shiv Chopra, Michael Antoniou, Rima Laibow, Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joseph Mercola, Arpad Pusztai, organic farmers, and others. The film argues that GMOs will devastate the planet and create catastrophic health and food crises for the world population.



FILM AWARDS & HONORS:
  • Hoboken International Film Festival - Best Documentary
  • White Sands International Film Festival - Best Director
  • Worldfest Houston - Special Jury Award - Higher than Platinum
  • Official Selection: Breckenridge Festival of Film, Chicago Underground Film Festival, Indie Fest USA, NYC Independent Film Festival, Urbanworld Film Festival, White Sands International Film Festival


IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, Dr. Gary Null joined CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson live in the studio to discuss the film. Dr. Roy Speiser of Clean Water Revival, Inc. also made a guest appearance.

  • 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.
     
  • ABOUT ROY M. SPEISER
    Vice President of Clean Water Revival, Inc., Dr. Roy M. Speiser has 30 plus years experience as a bacteriologist, biochemist, health care practitioner and water quality specialist. Dr. Speiser has published numerous scientific articles on environmental health issues. He has appeared on national radio and TV, and lectured at numerous health conferences.
 
Sep 11
9:30 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. 
Sep 11
11:30 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. 
Sep 12
1:30 AM
Celtic Thunder Mythology MYTHOLOGY is the latest show from Celtic Thunder. Filmed on location at the Helix Theater in Dublin, it's fitting that Celtic Thunder have chosen to return to their roots in order to film this musical odyssey back to the heart of the Celt.All six Celtic Thunder principals feature prominently in Mythology, from haunting solo numbers to rousing ensembles and great original tracks. 
Sep 12
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.
 
Sep 12
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Lynda Obst - Sleepless in Hollywood Lyda Obst is the producer of such acclaimed films as Contact, The Fisher King, Adventures in Babysitting, Hope Floats, and the iconic Sleepless in Seattle. She is also an author and producer of the hit TV series Hot in Cleveland. With her book, Sleepless in Hollywood, she tackles the drastic transformation of the current film industry and offers advice to help anyone reinvent themselves amidst the fast paced changes of modern life. 
Sep 12
5:57 AM
Head On GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD (GMF) KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 12
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Kinesthetic Awareness This Sit and Be Fit episode focuses on the importance of kinesthetic awareness and weight shifting as they relate to balance. 
Sep 12
7:30 AM
ADD and Loving It?! Actor Patrick McKenna is after the truth. "Everything you think you know about ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is wrong." In this uplifting and entertaining documentary he talks to researchers, specialists and doctors about ADD and ADHD. He also chats with ordinary Canadians & Americans who are directly dealing with the challenges of this common problem. Interwoven with these insights, Patrick shares his own life story and his personal struggle with undiagnosed and untreated ADHD, and, now, his success in living with adult ADD. Though the suffering is real, Patrick is interested in the good news. When ADD is diagnosed and treated, life can become very sweet. A liability can become an asset. As one expert explains, "This is not a diagnosis to fear. This is a diagnosis to understand and embrace." The program amuses and amazes us by actually presenting the facts—what is known for sure. Patrick and director and co-host Rick Green lead viewers through a lively romp about the symptoms of adult ADD and the five keys to turning ADD from a hidden handicap that sabotages your life to an ally that allows you to soar. Patrick laughs at the lies, busts the myths, and finally takes on the most controversial aspect of ADD - medication! 
Sep 12
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 
Sep 12
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train A Heck of a Neck/Gilbert Visits the Nest A Heck of a NeckThe Pteranodon kids have a Nature Trackers adventure when they meet Denise Diplodocus, a super-long, super big dinosaur. At first the kids mistake Denise's neck for a snake, and tail as a bridge. Later, Denise amazes the kids, telling them how hard it is for her to raise up her long, heavy neck. Shiny and the others help her raise her neck higher than normal just once, but it feels better for Denise to keep closer to the ground and low-lying trees. Educational Objectives Recent research suggests that the neck of the Diplodocus was composed of at least fifteen vertebrae and were generally held parallel to the ground and unable to have been elevated much past horizontal. This means that Diplodocus were restricted to foods within about 30 feet of the ground. Gilbert Visits the NestShiny is nervous about Gilbert's impending visit to Pteranodon Terrace. She goes into a cleaning frenzy, wanting everything to look perfect, and her siblings to act perfectly. When Gilbert arrives, everyone starts having fun except Shiny who feels ignored. Soon Gilbert and the other kids persuade Shiny to join them, and they all eat, play, and laugh together. Educational Objectives Sassafras is a tree that grows 30-59 feet tall, with many slender branches, and smooth, orange-brown bark. All parts of the tree are very fragrant. The young leaves and twigs produce a citrus-like scent when crushed. Sassafras trees can be found living today. The gastropod shell is a part of the body of a snail and is used for protection from predators. 
Sep 12
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 
Sep 12
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Emert's Cove Roger and Sarah Bansemer visit Sevier County in Tennessee. Sarah explores the picturesque Little Pigeon River bank and a covered bridge. Roger uses acrylics to paint a mountain scene. 
Sep 12
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3102 Quick Quarter Quilt made quick, Eleanor adds lilies for a new look. 
Sep 12
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. 
Sep 12
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. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 12
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Creature Comforts Film School Shorts is a new weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country. Each week, viewers can watch hot new episodes featuring quirky comedies, slice-of-life dramas and hard-hitting thrillers from cutting edge filmmakers. Short Films + Big Productions = Film School Shorts. 
Sep 12
2:30 PM
On Story Neo Noir: The Modern Day Film Noir Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) and Brian Helgeland (LA Confidential) discuss the modern day Neo Noir - a genre-bending response to the Film Noirs of the 1940s and 50s - and dissect the basic styles, impulses, themes, and tones that embrace this form of storytelling. 
Sep 12
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Janice Wong & Desserts Dessert before dinner? Absolutely! It's all the rage at Singapore's 2am Dessert Bar. On this episode of SIMPLY MING, Ming and Chef Janice Wong, travel to the outskirts of the city to find inspiration at Oh Farms. With a bag-full of delicious edible flowers and greens, they head back to 2am Dessert Bar where they each whip up a delicious dessert that is not only a feast for the stomach but also the eyes. 
Sep 12
3:30 PM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The Make No Mis-steak People may dream of smoking whole hogs and briskets, but admit it: what you really want to know for everyday use on a practical basis is how to grill the perfect steak. This show reveals all the secrets, from selecting the right steak to setting up the grill to the perfect seasoning and sauces. You'll learn how to achieve perfect doneness every time using the "four-finger" poke test.Tubac T-bone: A classic T-bone steak topped with pan-fried jalapenos, thinly sliced garlic and fragrant cilantro.Rib Eye Steaks with a Korean-influence of sesame, grilled and served with garlic, scallions, romaine lettuce and chili paste for heat. Juicy, Argentinean Filet Mignon, with a gaucho rub and chimichurri sauce --served with grilled peppers and eggplant. 
Sep 12
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Spain on My Mind Joanne shares with us her emotional connection to Spain. She begins by preparing Salmorejo, a cold tomato and bread soup she first discovered in Southern Spain, and then works with her student Joan to overcome his fear of cooking lamb by preparing a hearty lamb, white bean, and chorizo stew with a spicy infused olive oil drizzled over the top.Recipes:Salmorejo and Spanish Lamb Stew Student: Joan Boada, Principal Dancer, San Francisco Ballet 
Sep 12
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Breezy Brunch" Host Laura Theodore prepares a delightful mid-day meal. Special guests: T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. and Rachelle Carson-Begley. Menu features a gluten-free, vegan "Zucchini Summer Quiche," crunchy "Jicama and Spinach Salad" and "Cranberry-Pecan Quick Biscuits." "Chilled Avocado Soup" adds a refreshing touch to this warm weather menu. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 12
6:56 PM
Head On ISIS . ISIS SUSAN: Journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic terrorists - ISIS. Journalist Steven Sotloff and at least 3 other Americans are hostage to ISIS. And these well-funded, strategic jihadists have massacred thousands of local Iraqi tribes people. Now what? The UN? Our friend-emies the Syrians? Drone strikes? More dead troops? KRISTA: We shouldn't have gone into Iraq. Once there, we shouldn't have pulled out prematurely. Now a radical Islamist state is growing and murdering moderate Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities. Now that an American has been viciously beheaded, we should adopt a better foreign policy somewhere between nation building and withdrawal. SUSAN: Top military brass insist that ISIS will not be defeated without taking the fight to Syria. Meantime, only the US and Britain rightfully, refuse to pay ransoms for kidnapped citizens. At the same time, we learn James Foley's killer was likely a Brit. No easy answers here. None. KRISTA: ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Al Shabaab, Hezbollah, Boka Haram, the Taliban. Radical Islam is on the rise in North Africa and Asia. It is a threat to civilization there and here. Having successfully stopped Communism, the US should lead the fight against this new threat. Brace for a long struggle. 
Sep 12
7:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Third Party US Senate and Governor Debates The alternate party and unaffiliated candidates running for U.S. Senate and Governor square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Sep 12
7:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Lieutenant Governor Race Debate The candidates running for Lieutenant Governor of Colorado square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Sep 12
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. 
Sep 12
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.  
Sep 12
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company  Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas aimed at helping viewers make sense of our tumultuous times through the insight of America's strongest thinkers. Airing on public television and radio stations across the country, the series continues Moyers' long-running conversation with the American public by offering a forum to poets, writers, artists, journalists, scientists, philosophers, and leading scholars. It also features Moyers' hallmark essays on democracy.  
Sep 12
9:30 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.  
Sep 12
10:00 PM
9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
In this new film, over 40 experts in the fields of structural engineering, high-rise architecture, controlled demolition, physics, chemistry and metallurgy lay out the case for a controlled demolition of the World Trade Center on 9/11. The experts cite evidence showing that high-temperature incendiaries and explosives were planted throughout the twin towers and the lesser-known Building 7 which collapsed later the same day.

The film also addresses the seeming implausibility of the implications of a controlled demolition. Eight experts in psychology (including four from Colorado) discuss the difficulties many people have in confronting this possible reality and how necessary the truth is for healing – both at the individual and collective levels.

Two years in the making, 9/11: EXPERTS SPEAK OUT is the latest film from Architects & Engineers for 911 Truth, represented by founder Richard Gage, AIA.

SPECIAL GUESTS
During the film's live television broadcast premiere on Saturday, August 18 at 7:00 pm on Channel 12.1, Richard Gage, member of the American Institute of Architects and founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, will appear live in the CPT12 studio. Gage, who directed and produced the film, will comment on the film's finding and his group's rejection of the official World Trade Center reports.

“The official story about the attacks of September 11 falls apart when you look squarely at the facts and apply basic scientific principles to interpret them," says Gage. "After more than ten years, a high-level investigation of the evidence is long overdue. Too much is at stake here to sweep the concerns under the rug. Family members of 9/11 victims speak to the viewers of this film. They explain why they are still not happy with the answers they've been given by our government. And they are asking you to join them in looking at what our experts have to say."

Frances Shure will also be joining co-hosts Shari Bernson and Tom Colbert during the broadcast.
 



ABOUT RICHARD GAGE
Richard Gage, AIA, is a San Francisco Bay Area architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He has been an architect for over 23 years and has worked on most types of building construction, including numerous fire-proofed, steel-framed buildings. Most recently, he worked on the construction documents for a $400M mixed-use urban project with 1.2 million square feet of retail, a parking structure, and 320,000 square feet of mid-rise office space – altogether with about 1,200 tons of steel framing. Mr. Gage became interested in researching the destruction of the WTC high-rises after hearing on the radio the startling conclusions of reluctant 9/11 researcher David Ray Griffin in 2006, which launched his own unyielding quest for the truth about 9/11. Since founding Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Gage has presented Blueprint for Truth all over the world, and he has appeared on radio shows and television spots.

ABOUT FRANCES SHURE
Frances Shure is a retired business owner, Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in-depth psychology, and adjunct instructor at Naropa University. She has long worked for world peace and a sustainable environmental, is co-founder of Colorado 9/11 Visibility, one of the of the 9/11 Consensus Panel members, and is listed with Medical Professionals for 9/11 Truth. She is the mother of four and the grandmother of eight grandchildren.

ABOUT ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS FOR 9/11 TRUTH
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is a non-partisan association of architects, engineers and affiliates dedicated to exposing the falsehoods and to revealing truths about the “collapses” of the 3 World Trade Center high-rises on September 11, 2001.
 


RELATED VIDEOS
Solving the Mystery, the destruction of WTC Building #7
This 15-minute documentary, narrated by Ed Asner, highlights the third worst structural failure in modern history – the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 at 5:20 pm on 9/11. The 47-story skyscraper "collapsed" nearly into its own footprint at free-fall acceleration in under 7 seconds.

A wide variety of technical experts – high-rise architects, structural engineers, controlled demolition technicians, chemists, physicists, and more – present explosive evidence that controlled demolition, not "normal office fires" as claimed by NIST, caused the total destruction of the building.

Produced by Richard Gage, AIA, founder of AE911Truth, "Solving The Mystery of WTC 7" sheds light on this little-known event, and makes apparent the need for a new WTC investigation.





SKYPE INTERVIEWS
Dr. Robert Bowman
Bowman comments on the need of more non-mainstream media outlets.




Dr. Robert Bowman
Bowman asserts that we don't know who carried out the attacks, but we know there has been a massive coverup.




Dr. Robert Bowman & Senator Mike Gravel
Senator Mike Gravel and Dr. Bowman talk about the 9/11 attacks as a galvanizing excuse for America to go to war – but that the wars have actually been in support of our corporate interests. They also touch on the need for a new study of the attacks in order to end the myth on which these wars are based.




ABOUT DR. ROBERT M. BOWMAN, LT. COL., USAF, RET.
Robert M. Bowman holds a PhD from Caltech in Aeronautics and Nuclear Engineering and is a retired USAF Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam veteran, and former Director of Advanced Space Programs Development for the US Air Force in the Ford and Carter administrations.  He is the recipient of the Eisenhower Medal, the George F. Kennan Peace Prize, the President's Medal of Veterans for Peace, the Republic Aviation Airpower Award, The Society of American Military Engineers' Gold Medal (twice), the Air Medal with five oak leaf clusters, and numerous other awards, he is one of the country's foremost authorities on national security. Following his retirement from the military, Bowman founded the Institute for Space and Security Studies and became active in the peace and justice movements. 



Colorado Public Television encourages community engagement: Please tell us what you think by posting your comments.  
Sep 12
11:30 PM
9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
In this new film, over 40 experts in the fields of structural engineering, high-rise architecture, controlled demolition, physics, chemistry and metallurgy lay out the case for a controlled demolition of the World Trade Center on 9/11. The experts cite evidence showing that high-temperature incendiaries and explosives were planted throughout the twin towers and the lesser-known Building 7 which collapsed later the same day.

The film also addresses the seeming implausibility of the implications of a controlled demolition. Eight experts in psychology (including four from Colorado) discuss the difficulties many people have in confronting this possible reality and how necessary the truth is for healing – both at the individual and collective levels.

Two years in the making, 9/11: EXPERTS SPEAK OUT is the latest film from Architects & Engineers for 911 Truth, represented by founder Richard Gage, AIA.

SPECIAL GUESTS
During the film's live television broadcast premiere on Saturday, August 18 at 7:00 pm on Channel 12.1, Richard Gage, member of the American Institute of Architects and founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, will appear live in the CPT12 studio. Gage, who directed and produced the film, will comment on the film's finding and his group's rejection of the official World Trade Center reports.

“The official story about the attacks of September 11 falls apart when you look squarely at the facts and apply basic scientific principles to interpret them," says Gage. "After more than ten years, a high-level investigation of the evidence is long overdue. Too much is at stake here to sweep the concerns under the rug. Family members of 9/11 victims speak to the viewers of this film. They explain why they are still not happy with the answers they've been given by our government. And they are asking you to join them in looking at what our experts have to say."

Frances Shure will also be joining co-hosts Shari Bernson and Tom Colbert during the broadcast.
 



ABOUT RICHARD GAGE
Richard Gage, AIA, is a San Francisco Bay Area architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He has been an architect for over 23 years and has worked on most types of building construction, including numerous fire-proofed, steel-framed buildings. Most recently, he worked on the construction documents for a $400M mixed-use urban project with 1.2 million square feet of retail, a parking structure, and 320,000 square feet of mid-rise office space – altogether with about 1,200 tons of steel framing. Mr. Gage became interested in researching the destruction of the WTC high-rises after hearing on the radio the startling conclusions of reluctant 9/11 researcher David Ray Griffin in 2006, which launched his own unyielding quest for the truth about 9/11. Since founding Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Gage has presented Blueprint for Truth all over the world, and he has appeared on radio shows and television spots.

ABOUT FRANCES SHURE
Frances Shure is a retired business owner, Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in-depth psychology, and adjunct instructor at Naropa University. She has long worked for world peace and a sustainable environmental, is co-founder of Colorado 9/11 Visibility, one of the of the 9/11 Consensus Panel members, and is listed with Medical Professionals for 9/11 Truth. She is the mother of four and the grandmother of eight grandchildren.

ABOUT ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS FOR 9/11 TRUTH
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is a non-partisan association of architects, engineers and affiliates dedicated to exposing the falsehoods and to revealing truths about the “collapses” of the 3 World Trade Center high-rises on September 11, 2001.
 


RELATED VIDEOS
Solving the Mystery, the destruction of WTC Building #7
This 15-minute documentary, narrated by Ed Asner, highlights the third worst structural failure in modern history – the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 at 5:20 pm on 9/11. The 47-story skyscraper "collapsed" nearly into its own footprint at free-fall acceleration in under 7 seconds.

A wide variety of technical experts – high-rise architects, structural engineers, controlled demolition technicians, chemists, physicists, and more – present explosive evidence that controlled demolition, not "normal office fires" as claimed by NIST, caused the total destruction of the building.

Produced by Richard Gage, AIA, founder of AE911Truth, "Solving The Mystery of WTC 7" sheds light on this little-known event, and makes apparent the need for a new WTC investigation.





SKYPE INTERVIEWS
Dr. Robert Bowman
Bowman comments on the need of more non-mainstream media outlets.




Dr. Robert Bowman
Bowman asserts that we don't know who carried out the attacks, but we know there has been a massive coverup.




Dr. Robert Bowman & Senator Mike Gravel
Senator Mike Gravel and Dr. Bowman talk about the 9/11 attacks as a galvanizing excuse for America to go to war – but that the wars have actually been in support of our corporate interests. They also touch on the need for a new study of the attacks in order to end the myth on which these wars are based.




ABOUT DR. ROBERT M. BOWMAN, LT. COL., USAF, RET.
Robert M. Bowman holds a PhD from Caltech in Aeronautics and Nuclear Engineering and is a retired USAF Lieutenant Colonel, Vietnam veteran, and former Director of Advanced Space Programs Development for the US Air Force in the Ford and Carter administrations.  He is the recipient of the Eisenhower Medal, the George F. Kennan Peace Prize, the President's Medal of Veterans for Peace, the Republic Aviation Airpower Award, The Society of American Military Engineers' Gold Medal (twice), the Air Medal with five oak leaf clusters, and numerous other awards, he is one of the country's foremost authorities on national security. Following his retirement from the military, Bowman founded the Institute for Space and Security Studies and became active in the peace and justice movements. 



Colorado Public Television encourages community engagement: Please tell us what you think by posting your comments.  
Sep 13
1:00 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. 
Sep 13
3:00 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. 
Sep 13
5:00 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. 
Sep 13
8:00 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. 
Sep 13
10:00 AM
Seeds of Death: Unveiling the Lies of GMOs 

Today the vast majority of foods in supermarkets contain genetically modified substances whose effects on our health are unknown. SEEDS OF DEATH documents the dangers of genetically-modified foods (GMOs) that are flooding our food supply as a result of just a handful of large companies.

Produced by author and activist Gary Null PhD, the film features the voices and warnings of experts demanding the reassessment of GMOs. These experts include Jeffrey Smith, Vandana Shiva, Ronnie Cummins, Shiv Chopra, Michael Antoniou, Rima Laibow, Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joseph Mercola, Arpad Pusztai, organic farmers, and others. The film argues that GMOs will devastate the planet and create catastrophic health and food crises for the world population.



FILM AWARDS & HONORS:
  • Hoboken International Film Festival - Best Documentary
  • White Sands International Film Festival - Best Director
  • Worldfest Houston - Special Jury Award - Higher than Platinum
  • Official Selection: Breckenridge Festival of Film, Chicago Underground Film Festival, Indie Fest USA, NYC Independent Film Festival, Urbanworld Film Festival, White Sands International Film Festival


IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, Dr. Gary Null joined CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson live in the studio to discuss the film. Dr. Roy Speiser of Clean Water Revival, Inc. also made a guest appearance.

  • 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.
     
  • ABOUT ROY M. SPEISER
    Vice President of Clean Water Revival, Inc., Dr. Roy M. Speiser has 30 plus years experience as a bacteriologist, biochemist, health care practitioner and water quality specialist. Dr. Speiser has published numerous scientific articles on environmental health issues. He has appeared on national radio and TV, and lectured at numerous health conferences.
 
Sep 13
12:30 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.
 
Sep 13
2:30 PM
ADD and Loving It?! Actor Patrick McKenna is after the truth. "Everything you think you know about ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is wrong." In this uplifting and entertaining documentary he talks to researchers, specialists and doctors about ADD and ADHD. He also chats with ordinary Canadians & Americans who are directly dealing with the challenges of this common problem. Interwoven with these insights, Patrick shares his own life story and his personal struggle with undiagnosed and untreated ADHD, and, now, his success in living with adult ADD. Though the suffering is real, Patrick is interested in the good news. When ADD is diagnosed and treated, life can become very sweet. A liability can become an asset. As one expert explains, "This is not a diagnosis to fear. This is a diagnosis to understand and embrace." The program amuses and amazes us by actually presenting the facts—what is known for sure. Patrick and director and co-host Rick Green lead viewers through a lively romp about the symptoms of adult ADD and the five keys to turning ADD from a hidden handicap that sabotages your life to an ally that allows you to soar. Patrick laughs at the lies, busts the myths, and finally takes on the most controversial aspect of ADD - medication! 
Sep 13
4:00 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. 
Sep 13
5:00 PM
Celtic Thunder Mythology MYTHOLOGY is the latest show from Celtic Thunder. Filmed on location at the Helix Theater in Dublin, it's fitting that Celtic Thunder have chosen to return to their roots in order to film this musical odyssey back to the heart of the Celt.All six Celtic Thunder principals feature prominently in Mythology, from haunting solo numbers to rousing ensembles and great original tracks. 
Sep 13
7:00 PM
Take Back Your Power  
Sep 13
9:00 PM
Vanishing of the Bees 

Honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing across the planet, literally vanishing from their hives.

Known as Colony Collapse Disorder, this phenomenon has brought beekeepers to crisis in an industry responsible for producing apples, broccoli, watermelon, onions, cherries and a hundred other fruits and vegetables. Commercial honeybee operations pollinate crops that make up one out of every three bites of food on our tables.

VANISHING OF THE BEES follows commercial beekeepers David Hackenberg and Dave Mendes as they strive to keep their bees healthy and fulfill pollination contracts across the U.S. The film explores the struggles they face as the two friends plead their case on Capital Hill and travel across the Pacific Ocean in the quest to protect their honeybees.

Filming across the US, in Europe, Australia and Asia, this documentary examines the alarming disappearance of honeybees and the greater meaning it holds about the relationship between mankind and mother earth. As scientists puzzle over the cause, organic beekeepers indicate alternative reasons for this tragic loss. Conflicting options abound and after years of research, a definitive answer has not been found to this harrowing mystery.



IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, filmmaker George Langworthy and Colorado beekeeper Tom Theobald will join CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson and Rebecca Stevens live in the studio to discuss the film. 
Sep 13
11:00 PM
Take Back Your Power  
Sep 14
1:00 AM
Take Back Your Power  
Sep 14
3:00 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. 
Sep 14
5:00 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.
 
Sep 14
7:00 AM
Mass For Shut-ins  This televised Catholic mass enables the elderly, homebound and physically ailing to get the word of God.  
Sep 14
7:30 AM
Misa Dominical en Español  Misa Dominical en Español  
Sep 14
8:00 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.
 
Sep 14
10:00 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. 
Sep 14
12:00 PM
Seeds of Death: Unveiling the Lies of GMOs 

Today the vast majority of foods in supermarkets contain genetically modified substances whose effects on our health are unknown. SEEDS OF DEATH documents the dangers of genetically-modified foods (GMOs) that are flooding our food supply as a result of just a handful of large companies.

Produced by author and activist Gary Null PhD, the film features the voices and warnings of experts demanding the reassessment of GMOs. These experts include Jeffrey Smith, Vandana Shiva, Ronnie Cummins, Shiv Chopra, Michael Antoniou, Rima Laibow, Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joseph Mercola, Arpad Pusztai, organic farmers, and others. The film argues that GMOs will devastate the planet and create catastrophic health and food crises for the world population.



FILM AWARDS & HONORS:
  • Hoboken International Film Festival - Best Documentary
  • White Sands International Film Festival - Best Director
  • Worldfest Houston - Special Jury Award - Higher than Platinum
  • Official Selection: Breckenridge Festival of Film, Chicago Underground Film Festival, Indie Fest USA, NYC Independent Film Festival, Urbanworld Film Festival, White Sands International Film Festival


IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, Dr. Gary Null joined CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson live in the studio to discuss the film. Dr. Roy Speiser of Clean Water Revival, Inc. also made a guest appearance.

  • 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.
     
  • ABOUT ROY M. SPEISER
    Vice President of Clean Water Revival, Inc., Dr. Roy M. Speiser has 30 plus years experience as a bacteriologist, biochemist, health care practitioner and water quality specialist. Dr. Speiser has published numerous scientific articles on environmental health issues. He has appeared on national radio and TV, and lectured at numerous health conferences.
 
Sep 14
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Dig In  Shot on location in Denver, DIG IN offers gardening and cooking techniques. Luan Akin from Tagawa's and Chef Jorge from Johnson and Whales University share great gift ideas for your culinary friends.  
Sep 14
3:00 PM
Tasteful Adventures  Michelle Tucker hosts Colorado's first cooking adventure telecast, spicing it with her passion for food. Destinations include Colorado farms and farmer's markets, restaurants and food events, wineries and breweries. Episodes feature top chefs who share tasteful secrets, amazing local growers, and so much more that is deliciously delightful in Colorado.Each episode takes viewers in search of Colorado's best food experiences. Add in a dash or two of Michelle's simple and scrumptious recipes, and that's a Tasteful Adventure!  
Sep 14
3:30 PM
Vanishing of the Bees 

Honeybees have been mysteriously disappearing across the planet, literally vanishing from their hives.

Known as Colony Collapse Disorder, this phenomenon has brought beekeepers to crisis in an industry responsible for producing apples, broccoli, watermelon, onions, cherries and a hundred other fruits and vegetables. Commercial honeybee operations pollinate crops that make up one out of every three bites of food on our tables.

VANISHING OF THE BEES follows commercial beekeepers David Hackenberg and Dave Mendes as they strive to keep their bees healthy and fulfill pollination contracts across the U.S. The film explores the struggles they face as the two friends plead their case on Capital Hill and travel across the Pacific Ocean in the quest to protect their honeybees.

Filming across the US, in Europe, Australia and Asia, this documentary examines the alarming disappearance of honeybees and the greater meaning it holds about the relationship between mankind and mother earth. As scientists puzzle over the cause, organic beekeepers indicate alternative reasons for this tragic loss. Conflicting options abound and after years of research, a definitive answer has not been found to this harrowing mystery.



IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, filmmaker George Langworthy and Colorado beekeeper Tom Theobald will join CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson and Rebecca Stevens live in the studio to discuss the film. 
Sep 14
5:30 PM
Seeds of Death: Unveiling the Lies of GMOs 

Today the vast majority of foods in supermarkets contain genetically modified substances whose effects on our health are unknown. SEEDS OF DEATH documents the dangers of genetically-modified foods (GMOs) that are flooding our food supply as a result of just a handful of large companies.

Produced by author and activist Gary Null PhD, the film features the voices and warnings of experts demanding the reassessment of GMOs. These experts include Jeffrey Smith, Vandana Shiva, Ronnie Cummins, Shiv Chopra, Michael Antoniou, Rima Laibow, Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joseph Mercola, Arpad Pusztai, organic farmers, and others. The film argues that GMOs will devastate the planet and create catastrophic health and food crises for the world population.



FILM AWARDS & HONORS:
  • Hoboken International Film Festival - Best Documentary
  • White Sands International Film Festival - Best Director
  • Worldfest Houston - Special Jury Award - Higher than Platinum
  • Official Selection: Breckenridge Festival of Film, Chicago Underground Film Festival, Indie Fest USA, NYC Independent Film Festival, Urbanworld Film Festival, White Sands International Film Festival


IN-STUDIO GUESTS:
During its CPT12 premiere, Dr. Gary Null joined CPT12 Director of Development Shari Bernson live in the studio to discuss the film. Dr. Roy Speiser of Clean Water Revival, Inc. also made a guest appearance.

  • 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.
     
  • ABOUT ROY M. SPEISER
    Vice President of Clean Water Revival, Inc., Dr. Roy M. Speiser has 30 plus years experience as a bacteriologist, biochemist, health care practitioner and water quality specialist. Dr. Speiser has published numerous scientific articles on environmental health issues. He has appeared on national radio and TV, and lectured at numerous health conferences.
 
Sep 14
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Celtic Thunder Mythology MYTHOLOGY is the latest show from Celtic Thunder. Filmed on location at the Helix Theater in Dublin, it's fitting that Celtic Thunder have chosen to return to their roots in order to film this musical odyssey back to the heart of the Celt.All six Celtic Thunder principals feature prominently in Mythology, from haunting solo numbers to rousing ensembles and great original tracks. 
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10:00 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. 
Sep 15
12:00 AM
30 Days to a Younger Heart with Steven Masley, MD Did you know that it's possible to make your heart 10 years younger? Regardless of your body composition, genetics, or age...you can turn back time! And when you do...you will feel healthier, trimmer, fitter, sexier, mentally sharper and better than you have in a decade. Does it sound too good to be true? ...... It isn't... Steven Masley, MD and his three simple steps have helped thousands reverse the onset of aging and disease. He is a board-certified physician, nutritionist, longevity researcher and award-winning educator who is also a highly acclaimed chef, trained at the Four Seasons.In 30 Days to a Younger Heart, Dr. Masley shares the surprising news that Metabolic Syndrome, also known as pre-diabetes and not high cholesterol, is the number one cause of cardiovascular disease. Since the term metabolic syndrome is new to most, the doctor describes how easy it is to determine your risk, and why so many Americans have it. Dr. Masley also educates viewers about the dangers of invasive, often unnecessary cardiovascular procedures. His 3 step Heart Tune-Up program is a guide to making lifestyle changes that significantly reduce the likelihood of developing cardiovascular disease. Discover five new categories of heart-healing foods and learn how the amount of time you exercise isn't as important as you may think. 
Sep 15
1:30 AM
30 Days to a Younger Heart with Steven Masley, MD Did you know that it's possible to make your heart 10 years younger? Regardless of your body composition, genetics, or age...you can turn back time! And when you do...you will feel healthier, trimmer, fitter, sexier, mentally sharper and better than you have in a decade. Does it sound too good to be true? ...... It isn't... Steven Masley, MD and his three simple steps have helped thousands reverse the onset of aging and disease. He is a board-certified physician, nutritionist, longevity researcher and award-winning educator who is also a highly acclaimed chef, trained at the Four Seasons.In 30 Days to a Younger Heart, Dr. Masley shares the surprising news that Metabolic Syndrome, also known as pre-diabetes and not high cholesterol, is the number one cause of cardiovascular disease. Since the term metabolic syndrome is new to most, the doctor describes how easy it is to determine your risk, and why so many Americans have it. Dr. Masley also educates viewers about the dangers of invasive, often unnecessary cardiovascular procedures. His 3 step Heart Tune-Up program is a guide to making lifestyle changes that significantly reduce the likelihood of developing cardiovascular disease. Discover five new categories of heart-healing foods and learn how the amount of time you exercise isn't as important as you may think. 
Sep 15
3:00 AM
9/11: Explosive Evidence - Experts Speak Out 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
In this new film, over 40 experts in the fields of structural engineering, high-rise architecture, controlled demolition, physics, chemistry and metallurgy lay out the case for a controlled demolition of the World Trade Center on 9/11. The experts cite evidence showing that high-temperature incendiaries and explosives were planted throughout the twin towers and the lesser-known Building 7 which collapsed later the same day.

The film also addresses the seeming implausibility of the implications of a controlled demolition. Eight experts in psychology (including four from Colorado) discuss the difficulties many people have in confronting this possible reality and how necessary the truth is for healing – both at the individual and collective levels.

Two years in the making, 9/11: EXPERTS SPEAK OUT is the latest film from Architects & Engineers for 911 Truth, represented by founder Richard Gage, AIA.

SPECIAL GUESTS
During the film's live television broadcast premiere on Saturday, August 18 at 7:00 pm on Channel 12.1, Richard Gage, member of the American Institute of Architects and founder of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, will appear live in the CPT12 studio. Gage, who directed and produced the film, will comment on the film's finding and his group's rejection of the official World Trade Center reports.

“The official story about the attacks of September 11 falls apart when you look squarely at the facts and apply basic scientific principles to interpret them," says Gage. "After more than ten years, a high-level investigation of the evidence is long overdue. Too much is at stake here to sweep the concerns under the rug. Family members of 9/11 victims speak to the viewers of this film. They explain why they are still not happy with the answers they've been given by our government. And they are asking you to join them in looking at what our experts have to say."

Frances Shure will also be joining co-hosts Shari Bernson and Tom Colbert during the broadcast.
 



ABOUT RICHARD GAGE
Richard Gage, AIA, is a San Francisco Bay Area architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He has been an architect for over 23 years and has worked on most types of building construction, including numerous fire-proofed, steel-framed buildings. Most recently, he worked on the construction documents for a $400M mixed-use urban project with 1.2 million square feet of retail, a parking structure, and 320,000 square feet of mid-rise office space – altogether with about 1,200 tons of steel framing. Mr. Gage became interested in researching the destruction of the WTC high-rises after hearing on the radio the startling conclusions of reluctant 9/11 researcher David Ray Griffin in 2006, which launched his own unyielding quest for the truth about 9/11. Since founding Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Gage has presented Blueprint for Truth all over the world, and he has appeared on radio shows and television spots.

ABOUT FRANCES SHURE
Frances Shure is a retired business owner, Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in-depth psychology, and adjunct instructor at Naropa University. She has long worked for world peace and a sustainable environmental, is co-founder of Colorado 9/11 Visibility, one of the of the 9/11 Consensus Panel members, and is listed with Medical Professionals for 9/11 Truth. She is the mother of four and the grandmother of eight grandchildren.

ABOUT ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS FOR 9/11 TRUTH
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth is a non-partisan association of architects, engineers and affiliates dedicated to exposing the falsehoods and to revealing truths about the “collapses” of the 3 World Trade Center high-rises on September 11, 2001.
 


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This 15-minute documentary, narrated by Ed Asner, highlights the third worst structural failure in modern history – the destruction of World Trade Center Building 7 at 5:20 pm on 9/11. The 47-story skyscraper "collapsed" nearly into its own footprint at free-fall acceleration in under 7 seconds.

A wide variety of technical experts – high-rise architects, structural engineers, controlled demolition technicians, chemists, physicists, and more – present explosive evidence that controlled demolition, not "normal office fires" as claimed by NIST, caused the total destruction of the building.

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Sep 15
10:57 PM
Head On DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS KRISTA: Task forces, convened early this year to review the policies of the troubled Denver Sheriff Department released 40 draft recommendations. Recommendations would increase training, supervision, and monitoring. The discipline task force did not offer suggestions because its work continues. Will the recommendations actually change the broken culture of the department? SUSAN: Denver's dept of safety is a mess. Judge John Kane ought to call in the Justice Department - the sooner the better. Mayor Hancock wouldn't know an independent review if it sat down next to him at dinner. His task force is full of cronies and political lackeys who care only about protecting our good-natured but clueless Mayor. KRISTA: There's no point in bringing in the feds. They are likely to politicize the situation. The Denver Sheriff Department should follow the recommendations from the task forces and work hard to redeem the agency's reputation. Mistakes have cost taxpayers millions and victims even more. Time for a new chapter. SUSAN: On the contrary. The feds will bring expertise to a terrible situation that's been entirely politicized by a mayoral administration focused on Michael Hancock's re-election - not a transparent investigation. Hancock failed to fire his buddy the chief sheriff who either didn''t know about or covered up abuses. Bring in the feds. 
Sep 15
11:00 PM
Masterpiece Breathless, Part 2 A procedure goes wrong for Otto, Charlie and Jean. Richard meets an old friend. Elizabeth and Mulligan meet for a showdown. Angela and Otto have an out-of-town trip with a chaperone. Charlie has a close call. A forgotten incident keeps rearing its menacing head. 
Sep 16
12:30 AM
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. 
Sep 16
1:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 House vs. Nature Roger removes a hydrangea with roots are undermining the foundation. Painting contractor Mauro Henrique offers strategies for working with potentially messy red paint. Kevin sees the damage hail can do to a house when IBHS conducts the first-ever indoor hailstorm. Tom goes the extra mile to keep water at bay in the basement. 
Sep 16
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. 
Sep 16
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America For the Love of Soup Soup is a great start to any meal and Lidia explores two different types: Minestrone and Artichoke Soup. She travels to Le Marche in Italy to learn about ricotta cheese and finishes off the meal with her favorite Italian Cheesecake recipe. 
Sep 16
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Piedmont Cheese / I Formaggi Piemontesi Mary Ann and good friend Pattie Bongiovanni, a visit the village of Valcasotto in Italy's Piedmont region to buy some artisanal cheese from the Beppino Occelli cheese company, before returning to the castle kitchen to make creamy rich, meat and cheese-filled Cannelloni to die for. 
Sep 16
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Pork Chops and Lentil Salad Test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to perfect Red Wine-Braised Pork Chops. Next, host Christopher Kimball reveals the test kitchen's best tips for storing, chopping and handling fresh herbs. Then, science expert Guy Crosby explains the science of braising. Next, Chris answers questions from viewers. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the best Lentil Salad at home. 
Sep 16
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Great American Meat and Potatoes Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Atlanta Brisket. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of steak sauce. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make Roasted Salt-and-Vinegar Potatoes. 
Sep 16
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 2 Jerry continues 'Back Country Boulders' showing students how to develop shelves for the waterfall amongst the boulders with a large chisel edge brush. Jerry shows how to spontaneously find masses of boulders using form highlighting technique. 
Sep 16
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Bobbles and Baubles This episode features knitted bobbles and adding beads and baubles to your wardrobe. Eunny begins with a look at textured stitches and a step-by-step guide at knitting the perfect bobble for all over textured stitch patterns. On the Accessorize Me segment, Kristin Omdahl has a fun crocheted jewelry piece. It's both easy-to-crochet and on trend with jewelry seen in stores. Then on Yarn Spotlight, Clara Parkes and Eunny look at a yarn's halo. What is a halo, and what yarns have a tendency to have them? What are the benefits to yarn halos and what projects lend themselves to yarns with and without strong halos. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip for woven cable stitches, a timeless stitch pattern that can be used in unisex designs. 
Sep 16
5:00 AM
This is America & the World THIS IS AMERICA VISITS JAPAN, Part III: Economy & Innovation This week Dennis Wholey learns about economy and innovation while on location in Japan. He speaks with Minister of Economic Revitalization, Akira Amari and also meets with representatives of The Wall Street Journal, Hitachi, The American Chamber of Commerce and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) among others. 
Sep 16
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.  
Sep 16
5:57 AM
Head On GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD (GMF) KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 16
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Pelvic & Ribcage Mobility Pelvic and ribcage mobility exercises take center stage in this fun full-body workout. 
Sep 16
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 
Sep 16
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. 
Sep 16
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The A Plan for Sand/Whale Music A Plan for SandNick and Sally are playing in their sandbox, but there's not enough room for them to build their castles. The Cat arrives to take them to the biggest sandbox they'll ever see! In the desert, they meet Carmela the Camel who teaches them about how camels are adapted to live in the dry, sandy climate.Educational Objective: Camels - how camels are perfectly adapted to life in a dry, sandy desert environment, by means of their humps, eyelashes and wide feet. Whale MusicNick and Sally have made a song to sing to their moms, but they can't get the ending quite right. The Cat in the Hat takes them to meet the best singing teacher in the world, Humphrey the Humpback Whale! While bobbing in the ocean, Humphrey teaches the kids that whales communicate by singing, and that it's not how you sing that matters, but what you're saying in the song. The kids return home to delight their mothers with their song!Educational Objective: Whales - whales communicate with one another by 'singing'. Also, they use their blow-holes to breathe, and can jump out of the water in a maneuver called 'breaching.' 
Sep 16
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 
Sep 16
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Egg Stealer?/To the Grandparents' Nest We Go! The Egg Stealer?Buddy and Don stumble upon a mystery when they find unhatched eggs on their beach, The mystery grows when some of the eggs are stolen. Don and Buddy become detectives and suspect that maybe Tiny, Shiny, or other friends may be stealing the eggs. They're not. Soon, all the kids join in to solve the mystery, as they figure out that the eggs belong to an over-protective, caring mom named Olivia Oviraptor who is just trying to keep her eggs safe. Educational Objectives The Oviraptor is famous because of fossils found with the mother on the nest of eggs, showing the arms (wings) wrapped around the outside-the same classic brooding posture used by birds. We draw parallels between how this Mesozoic creature was thought to have cared for their young much the way modern animals, such as birds, care for their babies.To the Grandparents' Nest We Go! Buddy, Tiny, Shiny, and Don have fun spending a special day with their retired Grandma and Grandpa at their cliffside nest. The kids get to see things from their Dad's childhood nature collection, and afterwards they play games and fish with Grandma and Grandpa. Educational Objectives Geography - the Pteranodon grandparents live on the other (eastern) side of the Cretaceous Interior Seaway. The Pteranodon family lives on Laramidia, whereas the grandparents live on Appalachia. 
Sep 16
10:00 AM
Sesame Street School for Chickens Elmo helps Professor Buck Awe teach a class of chickens using strategies he learned in preschool. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Sep 16
11:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Tracy Arm To Juneau Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Alaska—from the deep fjord of Tracy Arm to the capital city of Juneau. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Sep 16
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts It's One-of-a-Kind! One of the trademark characteristics of art and artists is uniqueness. Artists pride themselves on taking a personal approach to the artistic process. This results in work that reflects their personality and is one-of-a-kind. Jo Fitsell is our first artist. She shares fabric marbling techniques to create layered and organic effects. Then, meet Jeannie Palmer Moore as she creates a unique canvas for the addition of color. Finally, Ana Buzzalino gives one final machine quilting lesson: using stencils as an aid for free-motion work. 
Sep 16
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.  
Sep 16
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 16
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Independent Garden Centers (TX, GA, NC, PA) Local, independently owned nurseries are a vastly under utilized resource and we feature some of the unique reasons we should support them. 
Sep 16
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Spanish Melting Pot Garden Design Who influenced your garden design? See how our Spanish and Mexican melting pot impacts us today. Visit an historic home where a walled Mission-style garden features a central aqueduct. 
Sep 16
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Creamy Deserts Julia dons safety goggles and takes up a blowtorch for this hot dessert show. Delectable Crème Caramel and Crème Brulée vie for attention with creamy Chocolate Pot de Crème and Profiteroles with Ice Cream and Mocha Anglaise. This show is deliciously and elegantly decadent. 
Sep 16
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia  Mary Bergin, head pastry chef of Spago in Las Vegas, prepares bundt cake and chiffon roll. 
Sep 16
4:00 PM
Father Knows Food Couples Grill It's an adults only night and Peter is cooking everything on the grill at his brother, Morgan's house. The kids are setting the table and Peter's menu includes everything from a grilled salad to a grilled dessert. 
Sep 16
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals  Celebrity chef and food legend Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style to public television with a new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Twenty fast-paced and engaging half-hour episodes feature quick and delicious entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks.SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS marks Moulton's public television homecoming; in 1979, she worked behind-the-scenes with the original celebrity chef, Julia Child, in Julia Child and More Company. As one of the Food Network's defining personalities, Moulton has won over legions of admirers with her hit series Cooking Live and Sara' Secrets. The busy mother of two also serves as the longtime executive chef of Gourmet magazine, the food editor of ABC's Good Morning America and the author of two cookbooks. As Herma Rosenthal noted in TV Guide, "Other TV chefs may own famous restaurants and perform with theatrical flair, but Moulton's the one you can actually picture popping over to help you fix the lumpy gravy or the fallen souffle."As a working parent, Moulton understands the challenges of placing a nourishing meal on the table after a long day on the job. In SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, she shares her ideas for preparing flavorful, healthy food with minimal fuss. Based on her cookbook, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Moulton's series redefines dinner with fast, tasty and routine-breaking entrees. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." In addition, an international team of Moulton's culinary friends prove that easy weeknight dinners come without borders.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 16
6:56 PM
Head On ISIS . ISIS SUSAN: Journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic terrorists - ISIS. Journalist Steven Sotloff and at least 3 other Americans are hostage to ISIS. And these well-funded, strategic jihadists have massacred thousands of local Iraqi tribes people. Now what? The UN? Our friend-emies the Syrians? Drone strikes? More dead troops? KRISTA: We shouldn't have gone into Iraq. Once there, we shouldn't have pulled out prematurely. Now a radical Islamist state is growing and murdering moderate Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities. Now that an American has been viciously beheaded, we should adopt a better foreign policy somewhere between nation building and withdrawal. SUSAN: Top military brass insist that ISIS will not be defeated without taking the fight to Syria. Meantime, only the US and Britain rightfully, refuse to pay ransoms for kidnapped citizens. At the same time, we learn James Foley's killer was likely a Brit. No easy answers here. None. KRISTA: ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Al Shabaab, Hezbollah, Boka Haram, the Taliban. Radical Islam is on the rise in North Africa and Asia. It is a threat to civilization there and here. Having successfully stopped Communism, the US should lead the fight against this new threat. Brace for a long struggle. 
Sep 16
7:00 PM
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Doin' It in the Park: Pick Up Basketball-NYC The one-hour documentary visits 180 city basketball courts throughout New York City's five boroughs to uncover the world of pick-up basketball. Playground legends, NBA athletes and everyday players tell the story — and show off their athleticism (and trash-talking) on local basketball courts. 
Sep 16
8:00 PM
Cool Spaces! Performance Spaces Performance Spaces:Barclay's Center, Brooklyn, NY by SHoP, (New York)Cowboys Stadium, Dallas, TX by HKS Architects (Dallas)Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City, MO by Moshe Safdie (Boston) 
Sep 16
9:00 PM
Cool Spaces!  COOL SPACES! : THE BEST NEW ARCHITECTURE profiles the most provocative and innovative public space architecture in North America. Each episode is organized around a central theme such as performance space or libraries, and within the hour, host and architect Stephen Chung demystifies architecture for viewers interested and eager to learn more. We think you'll be impressed with Stephen's presence, the stunning photography, and the fascinating stories in each episode. The series takes us to Brooklyn, Dallas, Kansas City, Las Vegas, New Haven, Phoenix, Seattle, Raleigh, Charlotte and Philadelphia.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 16
10:30 PM
Autoline  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. 
Sep 16
10:57 PM
Head On Fergusan 1. FERGUSAN SUSAN: Fergusan MO - all you need to know: donating military weapons to local police is stupid. Poorly trained and educated police are dangerous. Politicians are more adept at duck and cover than peaceful protesters. Racism in American is alive and well. KRISTA: A police officer is hospitalized. A young adult is dead. The facts are under investigation. Yet, race baiters, politicians, and looters paint this as a racist act and profit from it. Was the officer defending himself? Was he racist? We don't yet know and should not judge until we do. SUSAN: Supporters of policeman Darren Wilson raised more money for him than's been raised for his victim, Michael Brown. Racism or merely stupidity - that kind of reactionary meanness is deeply disturbing. Declaring unwavering support for the cop's unwarranted brutality? Call it what you will - it's ugly. KRISTA: We don't know if it was unwarranted. A severely beaten officer might have been using justified force to save his own life. When a black officer shoots a white youth, no one cries racism unless the facts prove otherwise. We must wait for the investigation. Innocent until proven guilty, remember? 
Sep 16
11:00 PM
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Doin' It in the Park: Pick Up Basketball-NYC The one-hour documentary visits 180 city basketball courts throughout New York City's five boroughs to uncover the world of pick-up basketball. Playground legends, NBA athletes and everyday players tell the story — and show off their athleticism (and trash-talking) on local basketball courts. 
Sep 17
12:00 AM
Cool Spaces!  COOL SPACES! : THE BEST NEW ARCHITECTURE profiles the most provocative and innovative public space architecture in North America. Each episode is organized around a central theme such as performance space or libraries, and within the hour, host and architect Stephen Chung demystifies architecture for viewers interested and eager to learn more. We think you'll be impressed with Stephen's presence, the stunning photography, and the fascinating stories in each episode. The series takes us to Brooklyn, Dallas, Kansas City, Las Vegas, New Haven, Phoenix, Seattle, Raleigh, Charlotte and Philadelphia.  
Sep 17
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Independent Garden Centers (TX, GA, NC, PA) Local, independently owned nurseries are a vastly under utilized resource and we feature some of the unique reasons we should support them. 
Sep 17
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Spanish Melting Pot Garden Design Who influenced your garden design? See how our Spanish and Mexican melting pot impacts us today. Visit an historic home where a walled Mission-style garden features a central aqueduct. 
Sep 17
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Lynne Rossetto Kasper and Roberto Donna Lynne Rossetto Kasper, an expert on Italian foods, creates a Sunday night pasta with balsamic vinegar, cooking the garlic very slowly until it's sweet and mellow. Chef Roberto Donna creates homemade pasta with pesto sauce with chestnut flour and demonstrates how to hand-roll each piece. 
Sep 17
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Grilled Watermelon, Tomato and Goat Cheese Salad, Caldo, and Melon with Muscat W Grilled Watermelon, Tomato and Goat Cheese Salad, Caldo, and Melon with Muscat Wine and Wild Berries 
Sep 17
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia  Mary Bergin, head pastry chef of Spago in Las Vegas, prepares bundt cake and chiffon roll. 
Sep 17
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals  Celebrity chef and food legend Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style to public television with a new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Twenty fast-paced and engaging half-hour episodes feature quick and delicious entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks.SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS marks Moulton's public television homecoming; in 1979, she worked behind-the-scenes with the original celebrity chef, Julia Child, in Julia Child and More Company. As one of the Food Network's defining personalities, Moulton has won over legions of admirers with her hit series Cooking Live and Sara' Secrets. The busy mother of two also serves as the longtime executive chef of Gourmet magazine, the food editor of ABC's Good Morning America and the author of two cookbooks. As Herma Rosenthal noted in TV Guide, "Other TV chefs may own famous restaurants and perform with theatrical flair, but Moulton's the one you can actually picture popping over to help you fix the lumpy gravy or the fallen souffle."As a working parent, Moulton understands the challenges of placing a nourishing meal on the table after a long day on the job. In SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, she shares her ideas for preparing flavorful, healthy food with minimal fuss. Based on her cookbook, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Moulton's series redefines dinner with fast, tasty and routine-breaking entrees. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." In addition, an international team of Moulton's culinary friends prove that easy weeknight dinners come without borders.  
Sep 17
4:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Tracy Arm To Juneau Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Alaska—from the deep fjord of Tracy Arm to the capital city of Juneau. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Sep 17
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts It's One-of-a-Kind! One of the trademark characteristics of art and artists is uniqueness. Artists pride themselves on taking a personal approach to the artistic process. This results in work that reflects their personality and is one-of-a-kind. Jo Fitsell is our first artist. She shares fabric marbling techniques to create layered and organic effects. Then, meet Jeannie Palmer Moore as she creates a unique canvas for the addition of color. Finally, Ana Buzzalino gives one final machine quilting lesson: using stencils as an aid for free-motion work. 
Sep 17
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.  
Sep 17
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.  
Sep 17
5:57 AM
Head On 6th CD . 6TH CDKRISTA: Redrawn to politically competitive, Colorado's 6th Congressional district is now home to the one of the tightest races in the country. Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman faces Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a far left candidate who moved to the district to run. Romanoff would be more at home in Boulder or Denver. SUSAN: Andrew is many things - smart, compassionate, conscientious and deliberate. A far left wing nut? Hardly. Romanoff'S record reflects the new CD 6 demographics - moderate, ethnically and economically diverse and centrist. Mike Coffman is a chameleon who can morph into changing surroundings. His conservative, reaction record says something else. KRISTA: Born in 6th CD, I've lived here most of my life. What we need is someone who will vote to repeal the disastrous Obamacare law, balance the federal budget, and support entitlement reform. Romanoff will do none of those things. Coffman has and will continue to represent us well. SUSAN: Then vote for Andrew. He aims to balance the federal budget. Check out his TV ad. On the contrary, Coffman consistently votes to shift the tax burden from billionaires to the middle class; to make college for expensive for working families and in support of increased Medicare costs for seniors. Coffman vote for plutocrats - not the 6th CD. 
Sep 17
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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 17
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Strong Back Strong Core Mary Ann combines a variety of exercises to emphasize the importance of strong core muscles and their role in maintaining back health. 
Sep 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. 
Sep 17
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. 
Sep 17
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Flower Power/Snowman's Land Flower PowerSally's mom has a cold, so Sally wants to pick her some colorful flowers to make her feel better. The Cat in the Hat takes Nick and Sally to the forest of Flora-Fah-Zoom where they meet three different creatures that all depend on flowers to live. Sally decides to make her mother a picture of their adventure in Flora-Fah-Zoom instead of picking a flower that animals need in order to survive.Educational Objective: Function of Flowers - flowers aren't just pretty; they're vital to other creatures as a means of nourishment, habitat, shelter and protection.Snowman's LandSally and Nick have just finished making a statue of the Cat in the Hat out of snow, but he's starting to melt! Good thing Cat knows where to take the melting snowcat: to the cold and snowy north! In the arctic, the kids skate on a frozen lake, make snow sculptures, and learn that water can freeze and melt when it's cold or warm outside. Because it's getting warmer back home, they leave their snowcat sculpture there so they can come back and visit him!Educational Objective: Freezing and Melting - to show that when water gets cold, it turns into snow and ice, and that when ice and snow get warm, they melt into water. 
Sep 17
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 
Sep 17
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dome-Headed Dinosaur/Treasure Hunt Dome-Headed Dinosaur The Pteranodon kids and their dome-headed friend Spikey Stygimoloch meet a brother and sister, Patrick and Pamela Pachycephalosaurus, two dinosaurs with enormous dome heads. Spikey bonds with the Pachycephalosaurus. Patrick and Pamela are athletes who invite our kids, Mom, and Spikey along to watch them use their impressive dome heads to play a volleyball type sport called, Dome Ball. Educational Objectives Pachycephalosaurus used their thickened bony dome heads to butt against the sides of other pachycephalosaurs in order to figure out who was the biggest and strongest. Their thick, domed heads were also used for show - to help the species recognize others of its species and to compete for mates.Treasure Hunt Don has a large collection of things he's found in nature, but he's missing one hard-to-locate item - amber. On the Dinosaur Train, Don and the other Pteranodon kids find out that Gilbert is also looking for amber. At Amber Arroyo caves, Don and Gilbert separately search for and find amber, eventually bonding over their discoveries.Educational ObjectiveWhen most preschoolers think of the word "fossil," they think of ancient bones or footprints from the past. Many will be surprised to learn that a sticky substance that trees give off (resin), which functions to protect the plants from herbivores, fossilizes over millions of years and turns to amber. It often encases bits of organic material inside (insects or leaves), giving scientists an interesting window into the past. 
Sep 17
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Bert's Training Wheels Luis and Ernie help Bert gain the confidence to ride his bike without training wheels after they break. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Sep 17
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Island Magic, part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th 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. 
Sep 17
11:30 AM
Sew It All Dress for Success, Christine Haynes Experiment with different pattern elements to create a dress all your own. 
Sep 17
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.  
Sep 17
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 17
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  History is a great teacher, especially for gardeners. The creative genius behind this landscape felt this garden magnificent. Tune in to GardenSMART this week, we think you'll agree. 
Sep 17
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Scroll Saw Gifts Intricate details make these projects amazing. Custom signature signs created. 
Sep 17
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Cooking on the Sea of Cortez" Rick is always up for a cooking challenge. After a day spent boating and kayaking on the Sea of Cortez with a local ecotourism group, Rick grills dinner for the group on the beach at Espiritu Santo Island — one of the most biologically diverse marine areas in the world. The waters surrounding the island support coral reefs, colonies of sea lions and more than 500 species of fish. To stock up on supplies, Rick shops in the La Paz market for local cheese, fresh produce and chiles and on the island purchases seafood from a fisherman. Along the way, Rick learns from his guides about flying manta rays, dolphins and the local flora. Then he grills fish and makes a stunning papaya salsa on the beach. 
Sep 17
3:30 PM
Taste This! 1808 - The Taste Of Greece On this episode, Chef Joe goes on the road to cook with another TV celebrity chef. This celebrity chef even has her own Greek restaurant in NYC. Watch as she prepares a classic pasta dish while sharing her knowledge of Greek history and cuisine. 
Sep 17
4:00 PM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Girls Night IN 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. 
Sep 17
4:30 PM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Pig Roast On The Farm, host Ian Knauer follows his ingredients from their very beginnings all the way to the dinner table. Whether he's milking a cow to make fresh cheeses that are the star of dinner or harvesting honey, fresh from the hive, that becomes the key ingredient in the meal, he is educating his viewers about exactly where wholesome, delicious food comes from. This series doesn't just highlight a fad in American food, but an eco-conscious, fresh and a fun lifestyle, and it brings education back to cooking television by way of easy to follow recipes and the importance of sustainable agriculture. Viewers will feel as if they've been invited to roll up their sleeves and experience the way their ancestors grew and ate their food as a way to look to the future of American food. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 17
6:56 PM
Head On DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS KRISTA: Task forces, convened early this year to review the policies of the troubled Denver Sheriff Department released 40 draft recommendations. Recommendations would increase training, supervision, and monitoring. The discipline task force did not offer suggestions because its work continues. Will the recommendations actually change the broken culture of the department? SUSAN: Denver's dept of safety is a mess. Judge John Kane ought to call in the Justice Department - the sooner the better. Mayor Hancock wouldn't know an independent review if it sat down next to him at dinner. His task force is full of cronies and political lackeys who care only about protecting our good-natured but clueless Mayor. KRISTA: There's no point in bringing in the feds. They are likely to politicize the situation. The Denver Sheriff Department should follow the recommendations from the task forces and work hard to redeem the agency's reputation. Mistakes have cost taxpayers millions and victims even more. Time for a new chapter. SUSAN: On the contrary. The feds will bring expertise to a terrible situation that's been entirely politicized by a mayoral administration focused on Michael Hancock's re-election - not a transparent investigation. Hancock failed to fire his buddy the chief sheriff who either didn''t know about or covered up abuses. Bring in the feds. 
Sep 17
7:00 PM
Intelligence Squared Do Too Many Kids Go to College? A part of the Chicago Ideas Week, this debate is the first Intelligence Squared U.S. debate to be held live in Chicago. The herd mentality that assumes college is the only path to reaching one's full potential is under fire. Student loan debt has surpassed credit card debt, unemployment for those with bachelor's degrees is at an all-time high, and entrepreneurs like the founders of Facebook and Microsoft prove that extraordinary success is possible without it. But recent studies show that college is economically beneficial even to those whose jobs don't require it. Is it still the best way to ensure social mobility, or is America's love affair with higher education unjustified? 
Sep 17
8:00 PM
FRONTLINE Generation Like Thanks to social media, today's teens are able to interact directly with their culture — artists, celebrities, movies, brands and even one another — in ways never before possible. But is that real empowerment? Or do marketers still hold the upper hand? In "Generation Like," author and FRONTLINE correspondent Douglas Rushkoff ("The Merchants of Cool," "The Persuaders") explores how the perennial teen quest for identity and connection has migrated to social media — and exposes the game of cat-and-mouse that corporations are playing with these young consumers. Do kids think they're being used? Do they care? Or does the perceived chance to be the next big star make it all worth it? The film is a powerful examination of the evolving and complicated relationship between teens and the companies that are increasingly working to target them. 
Sep 17
9:00 PM
Your Turn to Care Episode One The first episode focuses on two families. We meet the first at the beginning stages of caregiving, when even talking about planning for the future is an issue no one wants to address. The episode shows "the talk" the family has with an aging parent which covers such topics as, 'Who has power of attorney?', 'What should go into a health directive?' and 'How can I draft a will that is stress free?' The second family is dealing with the issue of taking the car keys away from an aging parent as well as the desperation felt by the mother's loss of her driver's license. When the mother is required to take a driving test at the age of 75, her very independence is at stake. The episode concludes with a profile of WISE Connections, one of several membership-based community groups sprouting up across the country. These communities, part of the growing "Village Movement," pool their resources to provide practical services to their members, so that seniors may continue living independently in their own homes 
Sep 17
9:30 PM
Your Turn to Care Episode Two Episode two illustrates the constant burden placed on the caregiver and how it can be overwhelming for the entire family. Three caregivers and their families are profiled; a male caregiver taking care of his wife who has a frontal lobe disease; a daughter who has put her life on hold to take care of her 95-year old father; and a daughter who has moved her parents in with her and struggles to juggle her own busy life with the demands of being her parent's caregiver. 
Sep 17
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."  
Sep 17
10:57 PM
Head On GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD (GMF) KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Sep 17
11:00 PM
FRONTLINE Generation Like Thanks to social media, today's teens are able to interact directly with their culture — artists, celebrities, movies, brands and even one another — in ways never before possible. But is that real empowerment? Or do marketers still hold the upper hand? In "Generation Like," author and FRONTLINE correspondent Douglas Rushkoff ("The Merchants of Cool," "The Persuaders") explores how the perennial teen quest for identity and connection has migrated to social media — and exposes the game of cat-and-mouse that corporations are playing with these young consumers. Do kids think they're being used? Do they care? Or does the perceived chance to be the next big star make it all worth it? The film is a powerful examination of the evolving and complicated relationship between teens and the companies that are increasingly working to target them. 
Sep 18
12:00 AM
Your Turn to Care Episode One The first episode focuses on two families. We meet the first at the beginning stages of caregiving, when even talking about planning for the future is an issue no one wants to address. The episode shows "the talk" the family has with an aging parent which covers such topics as, 'Who has power of attorney?', 'What should go into a health directive?' and 'How can I draft a will that is stress free?' The second family is dealing with the issue of taking the car keys away from an aging parent as well as the desperation felt by the mother's loss of her driver's license. When the mother is required to take a driving test at the age of 75, her very independence is at stake. The episode concludes with a profile of WISE Connections, one of several membership-based community groups sprouting up across the country. These communities, part of the growing "Village Movement," pool their resources to provide practical services to their members, so that seniors may continue living independently in their own homes 
Sep 18
12:30 AM
Your Turn to Care Episode Two Episode two illustrates the constant burden placed on the caregiver and how it can be overwhelming for the entire family. Three caregivers and their families are profiled; a male caregiver taking care of his wife who has a frontal lobe disease; a daughter who has put her life on hold to take care of her 95-year old father; and a daughter who has moved her parents in with her and struggles to juggle her own busy life with the demands of being her parent's caregiver. 
Sep 18
1:00 AM
Intelligence Squared Do Too Many Kids Go to College? A part of the Chicago Ideas Week, this debate is the first Intelligence Squared U.S. debate to be held live in Chicago. The herd mentality that assumes college is the only path to reaching one's full potential is under fire. Student loan debt has surpassed credit card debt, unemployment for those with bachelor's degrees is at an all-time high, and entrepreneurs like the founders of Facebook and Microsoft prove that extraordinary success is possible without it. But recent studies show that college is economically beneficial even to those whose jobs don't require it. Is it still the best way to ensure social mobility, or is America's love affair with higher education unjustified? 
Sep 18
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Cooking on the Sea of Cortez" Rick is always up for a cooking challenge. After a day spent boating and kayaking on the Sea of Cortez with a local ecotourism group, Rick grills dinner for the group on the beach at Espiritu Santo Island — one of the most biologically diverse marine areas in the world. The waters surrounding the island support coral reefs, colonies of sea lions and more than 500 species of fish. To stock up on supplies, Rick shops in the La Paz market for local cheese, fresh produce and chiles and on the island purchases seafood from a fisherman. Along the way, Rick learns from his guides about flying manta rays, dolphins and the local flora. Then he grills fish and makes a stunning papaya salsa on the beach. 
Sep 18
2:30 AM
Taste This! 1808 - The Taste Of Greece On this episode, Chef Joe goes on the road to cook with another TV celebrity chef. This celebrity chef even has her own Greek restaurant in NYC. Watch as she prepares a classic pasta dish while sharing her knowledge of Greek history and cuisine. 
Sep 18
3:00 AM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Girls Night IN 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. 
Sep 18
3:30 AM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Pig Roast On The Farm, host Ian Knauer follows his ingredients from their very beginnings all the way to the dinner table. Whether he's milking a cow to make fresh cheeses that are the star of dinner or harvesting honey, fresh from the hive, that becomes the key ingredient in the meal, he is educating his viewers about exactly where wholesome, delicious food comes from. This series doesn't just highlight a fad in American food, but an eco-conscious, fresh and a fun lifestyle, and it brings education back to cooking television by way of easy to follow recipes and the importance of sustainable agriculture. Viewers will feel as if they've been invited to roll up their sleeves and experience the way their ancestors grew and ate their food as a way to look to the future of American food. 
Sep 18
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Island Magic, part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th 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. 
Sep 18
4:30 AM
Sew It All Dress for Success, Christine Haynes Experiment with different pattern elements to create a dress all your own. 
Sep 18
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.  
Sep 18
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.  
Sep 18
5:57 AM
Head On ISIS . ISIS SUSAN: Journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic terrorists - ISIS. Journalist Steven Sotloff and at least 3 other Americans are hostage to ISIS. And these well-funded, strategic jihadists have massacred thousands of local Iraqi tribes people. Now what? The UN? Our friend-emies the Syrians? Drone strikes? More dead troops? KRISTA: We shouldn't have gone into Iraq. Once there, we shouldn't have pulled out prematurely. Now a radical Islamist state is growing and murdering moderate Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities. Now that an American has been viciously beheaded, we should adopt a better foreign policy somewhere between nation building and withdrawal. SUSAN: Top military brass insist that ISIS will not be defeated without taking the fight to Syria. Meantime, only the US and Britain rightfully, refuse to pay ransoms for kidnapped citizens. At the same time, we learn James Foley's killer was likely a Brit. No easy answers here. None. KRISTA: ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Al Shabaab, Hezbollah, Boka Haram, the Taliban. Radical Islam is on the rise in North Africa and Asia. It is a threat to civilization there and here. Having successfully stopped Communism, the US should lead the fight against this new threat. Brace for a long struggle. 
Sep 18
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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 18
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Neuromuscular Coordination In this episode, Mary Ann uses heel tapping, patting, clapping and changing of rhythm patterns which contribute to improving neuromuscular coordination. 
Sep 18
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. 
Sep 18
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. 
Sep 18
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Rain Game/No SSSweater Is Better Rain GameSally wants to water the plants in her backyard, but it's hot and sunny outside. They need rain, and lots of it! Good thing the Cat in the Hat knows exactly where to go to get some: the rain forest! With the assistance of some toucans and the singing of howler monkeys, they explore each level of the rain forest, eventually reaching the top and the rain!Educational Objective: Rainforest - there are different layers of the rainforest and the tree canopy acts like a giant umbrella, preventing the rain from reaching the ground. We meet some of the creatures who live in the canopy: Toucans and Howler Monkeys (who howl when it rains.)No SSSweater is BetterNick's favorite sweater is too small and he doesn't want to change it. The Cat in the Hat has a friend with the exact same problem! He brings them to meet Slyde the snake who shows Nick and Sally how he sheds his skin when it gets too small for him.Educational Objective: Snake Skin - why snakes shed their skin. As a snake grows too big for its skin, it must shed it with the help of the environment around it. 
Sep 18
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 
Sep 18
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Dinosaur Train Submarine: A Sea Turtle Tale/Rocket Train Dinosaur Train Submarine: A Sea Turtle TaleOur Pteranodon family is on the beach watching small eggs hatch and baby Archelon turtles emerge, and start to swim away. Our family and Mr. Conductor get into the Dinosaur Train Submarine and follow the baby Archelons who discover their own facts of nature - that their mother doesn't stay with them after they're born, and that they will grow up to be giant-sized sea turtles. Educational ObjectiveArchelon was a giant sea turtle that came out onto the beach to lay its many (hundreds of) eggs, and then left the young to fend for themselves upon hatching.Rocket TrainTiny and Buddy find out that a newer train will be riding the same tracks as the Dinosaur Train. The new train is called the Rocket Train, and its conductor is named Thurston Troodon, who was a former classmate and rival of Mr. Conductor. Thurston is very confident and boasts that the Rocket Train is newer, better, and faster than the "old Dinosaur Train." Mrs. Troodon, Thurston, and Mr. Conductor's old teacher, suggests a friendly train race. With Tiny and Buddy on board, the "old" Dinosaur Train ends up helping out Thurston and the new Rocket Train after it breaks down. Educational Objectives Proganochelys was a land-turtle from the Triassic Time Period with a strong beak, armor-covered feet and tail, and a bony shell made up of about 60 plates! The creature's neck is covered with spikes, to protect itself from predators! Proganochelys cannot pull its neck into its shell. The Triassic Time Period was generally hot and dry, and populated by small dinosaurs and amazing reptiles! 
Sep 18
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Proud to be Me Mando, Chris and Leela help Segi see that being brown is snazzy when she becomes upset after reading a book about her favorite character. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Sep 18
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Sep 18
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Quick Column Quilts, Part 3 Artistic quilts start with the joining of linear columns of fabric using Nancy's quick techniques Nancy uses columns of fabric and straight stitching to create magical quilts, which include floating squares, 3-D Flying Geese (with no half-square triangles), and Wind Chimes. She demonstrates techniques such as angled strips, Prairie Points, color shuffling, and lots more! Plus, she presents a Carefree Column Quilt. 
Sep 18
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.  
Sep 18
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick George Wallace - Laff it Off! Jay Leno calls George Wallace the "Iron Man" of comedy. With his book Laff It Off! George not only continues to keep us laughing, but his words of wisdom also give us plenty of food for thought. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 18
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  Travel to Georgia to meet farmers and foragers who gather local ingredients for a feast in the fields, with Chef Daniel showing how to make a spectacular farm-to-table meal. Back in his home in Minnesota, Daniel takes fresh, local ingredients to make bread and pickles. In the Victory Garden, Roger shares the secrets of growing garlic and eggplant, and Chef Marian uses them to make a delectable eggplant and goat cheese dip. 
Sep 18
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Back to Basics P. Allen Smith makes a visit to the Canterbury Shaker Village in New Hampshire. There he tours the vegetable garden and teaches us about the art of broom making. Plus, Allen shares a favorite family recipe - Aunt Antha's Corn Pudding. 
Sep 18
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Stewing Though they taste robust, hearty stews are generally made with inexpensive cuts of meat and require little hands-on prep time. Martha walks the viewer through the basic elements of making a stew and shares recipes for three classics: beef stew, veal stew, and coq au vin, a famously rich bistro favorite. 
Sep 18
3:30 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino Pork Chop & Pineapple Upside-down Cake Nick visits the butcher shop and the chicken coop and prepares Pork Chops with Apple & Whiskey Sauce and a Pineapple Upside-Down Cake that will rekindle your memory and seduce your palate. 
Sep 18
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking  In this unique series, host Andreas Viestad brings his mobile kitchen to Norway's fjords, cities and countryside where he prepares simple, delicious food in the great outdoors. Andreas brings a truly fresh approach to cooking, weaving traditional Scandinavian ingredients into modern recipes that are fun and easy to prepare.  
Sep 18
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Luzern for Fun and Profit For a while, Burt lived in the Swiss city of Lucerne. He describes it as "Home on the Range", but the range he had in mind is the Alpine Mountain Range of central Europe. The city sits at the end of a great lake surrounded by snow-covered mountains. It is one of the most beautiful settings in Europe with an amazing number of cultural attractions including the Rosengart Museum with its outstanding collection of works by Picasso. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 18
6:56 PM
Head On Fergusan 1. FERGUSAN SUSAN: Fergusan MO - all you need to know: donating military weapons to local police is stupid. Poorly trained and educated police are dangerous. Politicians are more adept at duck and cover than peaceful protesters. Racism in American is alive and well. KRISTA: A police officer is hospitalized. A young adult is dead. The facts are under investigation. Yet, race baiters, politicians, and looters paint this as a racist act and profit from it. Was the officer defending himself? Was he racist? We don't yet know and should not judge until we do. SUSAN: Supporters of policeman Darren Wilson raised more money for him than's been raised for his victim, Michael Brown. Racism or merely stupidity - that kind of reactionary meanness is deeply disturbing. Declaring unwavering support for the cop's unwarranted brutality? Call it what you will - it's ugly. KRISTA: We don't know if it was unwarranted. A severely beaten officer might have been using justified force to save his own life. When a black officer shoots a white youth, no one cries racism unless the facts prove otherwise. We must wait for the investigation. Innocent until proven guilty, remember? 
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Sep 18
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."  
Sep 18
10:57 PM
Head On 6th CD . 6TH CDKRISTA: Redrawn to politically competitive, Colorado's 6th Congressional district is now home to the one of the tightest races in the country. Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman faces Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a far left candidate who moved to the district to run. Romanoff would be more at home in Boulder or Denver. SUSAN: Andrew is many things - smart, compassionate, conscientious and deliberate. A far left wing nut? Hardly. Romanoff'S record reflects the new CD 6 demographics - moderate, ethnically and economically diverse and centrist. Mike Coffman is a chameleon who can morph into changing surroundings. His conservative, reaction record says something else. KRISTA: Born in 6th CD, I've lived here most of my life. What we need is someone who will vote to repeal the disastrous Obamacare law, balance the federal budget, and support entitlement reform. Romanoff will do none of those things. Coffman has and will continue to represent us well. SUSAN: Then vote for Andrew. He aims to balance the federal budget. Check out his TV ad. On the contrary, Coffman consistently votes to shift the tax burden from billionaires to the middle class; to make college for expensive for working families and in support of increased Medicare costs for seniors. Coffman vote for plutocrats - not the 6th CD. 
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Sep 19
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Head On DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS KRISTA: Task forces, convened early this year to review the policies of the troubled Denver Sheriff Department released 40 draft recommendations. Recommendations would increase training, supervision, and monitoring. The discipline task force did not offer suggestions because its work continues. Will the recommendations actually change the broken culture of the department? SUSAN: Denver's dept of safety is a mess. Judge John Kane ought to call in the Justice Department - the sooner the better. Mayor Hancock wouldn't know an independent review if it sat down next to him at dinner. His task force is full of cronies and political lackeys who care only about protecting our good-natured but clueless Mayor. KRISTA: There's no point in bringing in the feds. They are likely to politicize the situation. The Denver Sheriff Department should follow the recommendations from the task forces and work hard to redeem the agency's reputation. Mistakes have cost taxpayers millions and victims even more. Time for a new chapter. SUSAN: On the contrary. The feds will bring expertise to a terrible situation that's been entirely politicized by a mayoral administration focused on Michael Hancock's re-election - not a transparent investigation. Hancock failed to fire his buddy the chief sheriff who either didn''t know about or covered up abuses. Bring in the feds. 
Sep 19
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.  
Sep 19
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.  
Sep 19
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.  
Sep 19
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Release Tension Through Exercise This fast-paced workout ends with a peaceful relaxation, leading viewers from a state of invigoration to a place of complete tranquility. 
Sep 19
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. 
Sep 19
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. 
Sep 19
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Dress Up Day/Bathtime Dress Up DayNick and Sally are playing dress up, but oh no! Sally's princess dress has torn, and mom doesn't have any silk thread to fix it. Cat takes them to his good friend Mindy, the silk caterpillar. Mindy shows them how she makes silk. Sally uses the silk thread to fix her swirly twirly princess dress!Educational Objective: Silk - how Calletta silk caterpillars make silk. Silk caterpillars transform into a silk moth, by eating leaves, spinning silk, making a cocoon and napping inside.BathtimeNick and Sally have been playing in the mud, and now they need to get clean! The Cat in the Hat knows some friends who have some very wonderful ways to bathe! In Bana Bana Savanah, they meet three different animals who all keep clean in very different ways. Even though it was fun to try bathing how the animals do, Sally and Nick decide that good old soap and water works best for them!Educational Objective: Animal Cleanliness - to show the different ways creatures clean themselves: Sparrows take dust baths. Lions lick their fur. Hippos use Oxpeckers to clean bugs off their hides. 
Sep 19
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 
Sep 19
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Adventure Camp: Ziplining/Adventure Camp: Canyon Hiking ADVENTURE CAMP: ZIPLININGThe Nature Trackers Adventure Campers are back for another adventure and this time they'll be travelling to a rainforest! Once they arrive in the dense rainforest, the campers explore different levels of the ecosystem, including the forest floor and the canopy of leaves at the top of the forest. After a hike through the rainforest, the campers' fun adventure culminates as each kid takes a ride on a zip line, where they all get a bird's eye view of the entire rainforest!Educational Objective: Rainforests are very dense, warm, wet, forests that are home to a vast array of different life forms. Rainforests get a lot of rain, at least 70 inches per year. Rainforests, often called the "lungs of the Earth," generate much of the oxygen we breathe.ADVENTURE CAMP: CANYON HIKINGThe Nature Trackers Adventure Campers are led by Mr. Conductor and Gilbert on a hike down a canyon, where they can see the different layers of the Mesozoic Era! At first Lily Lambeosaurus is reluctant to go, thinking that a new adventure sounds hard, but Don convinces her that a new adventure can be worth the effort. At the bottom of the canyon, the kids dig for fossils. Each Nature Tracker goes home with a "new" Ammonite fossil, and Lily is so glad she tried something new!Educational Objective: Canyons are deep cuts in the earth's surface. They are formed by erosion. Erosion is mainly caused by the flow of rivers. It takes millions of years for canyons to become the grandiose natural landmarks they are today. The bottom rocks in canyons can date back billions of years, beyond the Mesozoic. Canyons can also be formed by a shift of the earth's tectonic plates. 
Sep 19
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Numeric Con A Comic-Con-like number convention comes to Sesame Street and Elmo helps solve problems using math. Educational objective: Math/Self-Regulation 
Sep 19
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Red Dairy Barn - Part 1 Roger and Sarah Bansemer visit the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains in Tennessee. Roger uses acrylics to paint a red dairy barn and Sarah takes a closer look at the barn and the dairy cows. 
Sep 19
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3103 Dessert Time This quilt is a piece of cake using Layer Cakes and Jelly Rolls. 
Sep 19
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. 
Sep 19
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. 
Sep 19
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."  
Sep 19
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. 
Sep 19
2:30 PM
On Story Greaser's Palace: A Conversation with Jonathan Demme and Paul Thomas Anderson Filmmaking legends Paul Thomas Anderson and Jonathan Demme pay tribute to Robert Downey Sr.'s cult classic Greaser's Palace. Next, Andrew Napier's short film, Grandma's Not a Toaster, where a whiskey-guzzling mother-to-be aims to enlist her neurotic brother in attempt to thieve from their ailing grandmother's fortune. Short: Grandma's Not a Toaster. 
Sep 19
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Michael Ruhlman & Salt Seasoning with salt. What could be simpler, right? Wrong! Think about how many meals you've had that were either too salty or under-seasoned! On this episode of SIMPLY MING, Ming is zeroing in on a technique that is critical to successful cooking if done with a gentle hand. Joining him is the perfect man for the job, the ultimate scrutinizer of cooking techniques, author and chef Michael Ruhlman. 
Sep 19
3:30 PM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The Bird Meets Grill When I was growing up," barbecue" meant chicken marinated in sweet barbecue sauce, burnt charcoal-black on the outside, still raw inside, and reeking of lighter fluid. Sound familiar? This show will teach you the right way to grill America's favorite bird: on a charcoal grill, in a smoker, and on a gas grill. Indonesian Java Chicken prepared in a delightful espresso barbeque sauce.Chipoltle Cinnamon-brined Chicken - grilled to a golden brown, mouth-watering perfection.Spatchcocked Game Hens, in a sweet basil marinade and grilled under a brick! and garnished with cherry tomatoes and lemon wedges. 
Sep 19
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Pizza with Pizazz Joanne welcomes her student Geoffto class with a quick and easy salmon and pickled onion pizza. Then together they explore the idea of contrasts of flavor, texture, and color, making lemon turkey cutlets and an arugula and orange salad.Recipes: Lavash Pizza with Herb Salad, Arugula and Orange Salad, and Lemon Turkey CutletsStudent: Geoff Rubendall, Civil Engineer 
Sep 19
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Be My Valentine" Host Laura Theodore prepares a festive Valentine's supper menu. Special guests: T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. and Chef Del Sroufe. Menu features "Red Pepper Boats" with rice, mushroom and caper stuffing, served with "Leeks with Raisins." For the first course, "Best Butternut Bisque" presents a smooth texture and rich flavor. Decadent "Raspberry Fudge Truffles" make a mouthwatering dessert. 
Sep 19
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.  
Sep 19
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.  
Sep 19
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.  
Sep 19
6:56 PM
Head On GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD (GMF) KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Sep 19
7:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Secretary of State Debate The candidates running for Secretary of State of Colorado square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Sep 19
7:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 State Treasurer Debate The candidates running for Colorado State Treasurer square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Sep 19
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. 
Sep 19
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.  
Sep 19
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company  Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas aimed at helping viewers make sense of our tumultuous times through the insight of America's strongest thinkers. Airing on public television and radio stations across the country, the series continues Moyers' long-running conversation with the American public by offering a forum to poets, writers, artists, journalists, scientists, philosophers, and leading scholars. It also features Moyers' hallmark essays on democracy.  
Sep 19
9:30 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.  
Sep 19
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."  
Sep 19
10:57 PM
Head On ISIS . ISIS SUSAN: Journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic terrorists - ISIS. Journalist Steven Sotloff and at least 3 other Americans are hostage to ISIS. And these well-funded, strategic jihadists have massacred thousands of local Iraqi tribes people. Now what? The UN? Our friend-emies the Syrians? Drone strikes? More dead troops? KRISTA: We shouldn't have gone into Iraq. Once there, we shouldn't have pulled out prematurely. Now a radical Islamist state is growing and murdering moderate Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities. Now that an American has been viciously beheaded, we should adopt a better foreign policy somewhere between nation building and withdrawal. SUSAN: Top military brass insist that ISIS will not be defeated without taking the fight to Syria. Meantime, only the US and Britain rightfully, refuse to pay ransoms for kidnapped citizens. At the same time, we learn James Foley's killer was likely a Brit. No easy answers here. None. KRISTA: ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Al Shabaab, Hezbollah, Boka Haram, the Taliban. Radical Islam is on the rise in North Africa and Asia. It is a threat to civilization there and here. Having successfully stopped Communism, the US should lead the fight against this new threat. Brace for a long struggle. 
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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.  
Sep 21
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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.  
Sep 21
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Mass For Shut-ins  This televised Catholic mass enables the elderly, homebound and physically ailing to get the word of God.  
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Misa Dominical en Español  Misa Dominical en Español  
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Dig In  Shot on location in Denver, DIG IN offers gardening and cooking techniques. Luan Akin from Tagawa's and Chef Jorge from Johnson and Whales University share great gift ideas for your culinary friends.  
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Tasteful Adventures  Michelle Tucker hosts Colorado's first cooking adventure telecast, spicing it with her passion for food. Destinations include Colorado farms and farmer's markets, restaurants and food events, wineries and breweries. Episodes feature top chefs who share tasteful secrets, amazing local growers, and so much more that is deliciously delightful in Colorado.Each episode takes viewers in search of Colorado's best food experiences. Add in a dash or two of Michelle's simple and scrumptious recipes, and that's a Tasteful Adventure!  
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Head On Fergusan 1. FERGUSAN SUSAN: Fergusan MO - all you need to know: donating military weapons to local police is stupid. Poorly trained and educated police are dangerous. Politicians are more adept at duck and cover than peaceful protesters. Racism in American is alive and well. KRISTA: A police officer is hospitalized. A young adult is dead. The facts are under investigation. Yet, race baiters, politicians, and looters paint this as a racist act and profit from it. Was the officer defending himself? Was he racist? We don't yet know and should not judge until we do. SUSAN: Supporters of policeman Darren Wilson raised more money for him than's been raised for his victim, Michael Brown. Racism or merely stupidity - that kind of reactionary meanness is deeply disturbing. Declaring unwavering support for the cop's unwarranted brutality? Call it what you will - it's ugly. KRISTA: We don't know if it was unwarranted. A severely beaten officer might have been using justified force to save his own life. When a black officer shoots a white youth, no one cries racism unless the facts prove otherwise. We must wait for the investigation. Innocent until proven guilty, remember? 
Sep 22
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.  
Sep 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.  
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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.  
Sep 22
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Strengthening Muscles & Joints This program is devoted to strengthening muscles to stabilize our joints and preserve muscle mass. 
Sep 22
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. 
Sep 22
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George and the Invisible Sound/Curious George, A Peeling Monkey Curious George and the Invisible Sound: While trying to record different animal sounds in the country, George discovers some amazing things about the dynamics of sound: the closer he gets, the louder the sound; the further away he is, the quieter the sound. Then he discovers one he's never heard before. He follows the direction of the sound throughout the house until he finds... a cricket?! How can something so small make such a big noise? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate that sounds vary in volume, pitch, and quality depending on the nature of the object that is vibrating. To show that a noise will sound quieter with distance.Curious George, A Peeling Monkey: George really can't wait to see what's inside Professor Wiseman's birthday present. Because he's a good little monkey, he leaves the present in one piece, but he distracts himself by "unwrapping" everything else around him. George learns that lots of things have covers, and for many different reasons. Even the bathroom walls are covered with wallpaper! But not for long! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate that materials, both natural and human-made, have specific characteristics that determine how they will be used. For example, the skins of fruit function to protect them. 
Sep 22
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Trees Company/Now You See Me Trees CompanySally and Nick are playing up in their treehouse when Nick's mom calls them for lunch. Nick wonders what it would be like to stay up in that tree all the time! The Cat in the Hat knows! Or at least he has friends that do. In Jimmer Jammer Jungle the kids learn how different animals spend their entire lives in trees. As neat as that is, there's one thing those trees don't have, and that's mom's home cooking!Educational Objective: Tree Dwelling Animals - discovering that many creatures, like the boa constrictor, squirrel monkey and the red eyed tree frog, live their whole lives in trees.Now You See MeNick and Sally are playing hide and go seek, but Sally keeps getting found! The Cat takes the kids to meet the best hider ever, his friend Gecko! Through a game of hide and go seek in the jungle, the kids learn how Gecko not only hides, but how he runs and climbs. Now Sally knows how to camouflage herself so she won't be so easily found!Educational Objective: Geckos - how some animals like the Satanic Leaf-Tail Gecko hide in the jungles of Madagascar. By climbing, running and the use of camouflage. 
Sep 22
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 
Sep 22
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train The Call of the Wild Corythosaurus/Triceratops for Lunch "The Call of the Wild Corythosaurus"The family surprises Mom for her birthday with a trip to a concert given by Cory and her family of Corythosaurus, who play music through the crests on their heads. "Triceratops for Lunch"The Pteranodon family eats lunch with their friend Tank Triceratops and discover that he and his family are all plant-eaters, with great leaf-eating teeth and giant appetites! 
Sep 22
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Enthusiastic Penelope Penguin Chris helps Penelope, an overly excited penguin, learn how to control herself and make new friends. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Sep 22
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 3 In this final segment, Jerry shows technique of "capping" -- which creates the form of the boulders, along with how to make light "pop" in your painting while achieving a harmonized color throughout the painting. Jerry concludes with ideas to make this painting your very own. 
Sep 22
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Intarsia InDepth Eunny begins this show by going beyond basic intarsia with a demonstration on a two-color intarsia motif design. Next, Eunny and Kristin demonstrate how to knit intarsia argyle socks in the round, a project that looks a lot more complicated than it is. Then, on Yarn Spotlight, Eunny and Clara Parkes talk about heathered wools. These yarns add depth to knitwear just by their heathered elements. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip for bobbins and managing yarns for colorwork on bobbins. 
Sep 22
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. 
Sep 22
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 22
2:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Secretary of State Debate The candidates running for Secretary of State of Colorado square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Sep 22
2:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 State Treasurer Debate The candidates running for Colorado State Treasurer square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Sep 22
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America Philadelphia's Beef Rolls and Boston's North End Lidia cooks a savory meal of Braised Beef Rolls and Spinach and Bacon. She takes viewers to 9th Street Market in Philadelphia where she heads to DiBruno Bros, a 4th generation owned cheese shop that boasts Italian delicacies 
Sep 22
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Give Me Rice / Dammi il Riso Crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside, Mary Ann turns plain Arborio rice into a symphony of porcini mushrooms and mozzarella cheese, all rolled up into Little Rice Balls, and then covered with bread crumbs, deep fried to perfection, and topped with spicy hot tomato sauce. Seconds anyone? Thirds? 
Sep 22
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Ultimate Italian Man on the Street John "Doc" Willoughby ventures to New York City to learn secrets of homemade pasta from the pros. In the test kitchen, test cook Dan Souza shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Fresh Pasta Without a Machine. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of Mozzarella Cheese. And finally, test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Ragu alla Bolognese. 
Sep 22
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Italian Made Easy Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making Grandma Pizza at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of tortellini. Next, Bridget shares the test kitchen's guide to cutting terms. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make perfect Slow-Cooker Minestrone. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 22
6:56 PM
Head On 6th CD . 6TH CDKRISTA: Redrawn to politically competitive, Colorado's 6th Congressional district is now home to the one of the tightest races in the country. Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman faces Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a far left candidate who moved to the district to run. Romanoff would be more at home in Boulder or Denver. SUSAN: Andrew is many things - smart, compassionate, conscientious and deliberate. A far left wing nut? Hardly. Romanoff'S record reflects the new CD 6 demographics - moderate, ethnically and economically diverse and centrist. Mike Coffman is a chameleon who can morph into changing surroundings. His conservative, reaction record says something else. KRISTA: Born in 6th CD, I've lived here most of my life. What we need is someone who will vote to repeal the disastrous Obamacare law, balance the federal budget, and support entitlement reform. Romanoff will do none of those things. Coffman has and will continue to represent us well. SUSAN: Then vote for Andrew. He aims to balance the federal budget. Check out his TV ad. On the contrary, Coffman consistently votes to shift the tax burden from billionaires to the middle class; to make college for expensive for working families and in support of increased Medicare costs for seniors. Coffman vote for plutocrats - not the 6th CD. 
Sep 22
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Breathless, Part 3 Otto and Elizabeth's strange marriage becomes plain. Jean forms an unlikely bond with Margaret. Mulligan breaks down. A climactic series of events is kicked off by a swimsuit contest. The intertwined fates of doctors, nurses, spouses and a police inspector converge. 
Sep 22
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. 
Sep 22
9:30 PM
On Story Jonathan Demme and Paul Thomas Anderson: A Conversation In this second On Story installation featuring Paul Thomas Anderson and Jonathan Demme, the duo look back on the vision, style, influences, and creative passion for Demme's The Silence of the Lambs, Stop Making Sense, Rachel Getting Married and Something Wild. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 22
10:57 PM
Head On DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS DENVER SHERIFF'S MESS KRISTA: Task forces, convened early this year to review the policies of the troubled Denver Sheriff Department released 40 draft recommendations. Recommendations would increase training, supervision, and monitoring. The discipline task force did not offer suggestions because its work continues. Will the recommendations actually change the broken culture of the department? SUSAN: Denver's dept of safety is a mess. Judge John Kane ought to call in the Justice Department - the sooner the better. Mayor Hancock wouldn't know an independent review if it sat down next to him at dinner. His task force is full of cronies and political lackeys who care only about protecting our good-natured but clueless Mayor. KRISTA: There's no point in bringing in the feds. They are likely to politicize the situation. The Denver Sheriff Department should follow the recommendations from the task forces and work hard to redeem the agency's reputation. Mistakes have cost taxpayers millions and victims even more. Time for a new chapter. SUSAN: On the contrary. The feds will bring expertise to a terrible situation that's been entirely politicized by a mayoral administration focused on Michael Hancock's re-election - not a transparent investigation. Hancock failed to fire his buddy the chief sheriff who either didn''t know about or covered up abuses. Bring in the feds. 
Sep 22
11:00 PM
Masterpiece Breathless, Part 3 Otto and Elizabeth's strange marriage becomes plain. Jean forms an unlikely bond with Margaret. Mulligan breaks down. A climactic series of events is kicked off by a swimsuit contest. The intertwined fates of doctors, nurses, spouses and a police inspector converge. 
Sep 23
1:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Water Water Everywhere Local historian Richard Duffy offers a look at Arlington's Spy Pond. Richard installs a new water line to the house. Tom installs the new pre-finished Brazilian chestnut flooring. Fiberglass gutters made to look like historic wood gutters are fabricated and installed. 
Sep 23
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. 
Sep 23
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America Philadelphia's Beef Rolls and Boston's North End Lidia cooks a savory meal of Braised Beef Rolls and Spinach and Bacon. She takes viewers to 9th Street Market in Philadelphia where she heads to DiBruno Bros, a 4th generation owned cheese shop that boasts Italian delicacies 
Sep 23
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Give Me Rice / Dammi il Riso Crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside, Mary Ann turns plain Arborio rice into a symphony of porcini mushrooms and mozzarella cheese, all rolled up into Little Rice Balls, and then covered with bread crumbs, deep fried to perfection, and topped with spicy hot tomato sauce. Seconds anyone? Thirds? 
Sep 23
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Ultimate Italian Man on the Street John "Doc" Willoughby ventures to New York City to learn secrets of homemade pasta from the pros. In the test kitchen, test cook Dan Souza shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Fresh Pasta Without a Machine. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of Mozzarella Cheese. And finally, test cook Bryan Roof uncovers the secrets to the ultimate Ragu alla Bolognese. 
Sep 23
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Italian Made Easy Test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making Grandma Pizza at home. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges host Christopher Kimball to a tasting of tortellini. Next, Bridget shares the test kitchen's guide to cutting terms. And finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison shows Chris how to make perfect Slow-Cooker Minestrone. 
Sep 23
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Back Country Boulders, Part 3 In this final segment, Jerry shows technique of "capping" -- which creates the form of the boulders, along with how to make light "pop" in your painting while achieving a harmonized color throughout the painting. Jerry concludes with ideas to make this painting your very own. 
Sep 23
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Intarsia InDepth Eunny begins this show by going beyond basic intarsia with a demonstration on a two-color intarsia motif design. Next, Eunny and Kristin demonstrate how to knit intarsia argyle socks in the round, a project that looks a lot more complicated than it is. Then, on Yarn Spotlight, Eunny and Clara Parkes talk about heathered wools. These yarns add depth to knitwear just by their heathered elements. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip for bobbins and managing yarns for colorwork on bobbins. 
Sep 23
5:00 AM
This is America & the World THIS IS AMERICA VISITS JAPAN, Part IV: Culture & Tradition This week Dennis Wholey is learning about Japanese culture while on-location in Tokyo and Kyoto Japan. Through visits to shrines and temples the program explores the incredibly rich and historic culture of Japan while other interviews examine current cultural offerings such as comics, anime and modern art. 
Sep 23
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.  
Sep 23
5:57 AM
Head On GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOOD (GMF) KRISTA: All domesticated plants are genetically modified from their wild counterparts. What used to take generations of breeding can now be done in the lab. Genetically Modified crops require less water and pesticides. They are safe to eat. The upcoming ballot initiative requiring GMO labeling is unnecessary and will increase prices. SUSAN: Fine, have another spam sandwich - cheap and full of faux nutrition! Prop 105 lets voters decide whether the want food labels to accurately reflect the mico-organisms added to food. Labels will say 'Produced with Genetic Engineering.' Consumers can decide what to buy and what to eat. Truth in labeling makes sense. KRISTA Nearly 80% of the food on grocery store shelves contain GMOs. Labeling requirements will only unnecessarily alarm uninformed shoppers and raise production costs. People who don't like GMOs can buy organic. Proponents behind the labeling initiative want to incite paranoia and get rid of this important scientific innovation altogether.SUSAN: You underestimate the public, Krista. Consumers want and deserve to be informed. Protecting big ag and the processed food industry in the name of alarming shoppers is patronizing. Saying food additives are important scientific innovation is like insisting that pigs fly. We are what we eat. Consumers deserve the truth. 
Sep 23
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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 23
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit A Healthy Back Mary Ann focuses on the importance of maintaining a healthy back with exercises that involve back flexibility, strengthening and stretching. 
Sep 23
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Neck and Neck As Chris and Martin search for the answer to why giraffes have long necks, a mischievous giraffe begins secretly taking Creature Power Suit parts and supplies from the Tortuga.Science Concept: "Resource Partitioning" - animals specialize in certain ways that keep them from competing directly with each other for food and resources. 
Sep 23
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George Discovers the Poles/Curious George Finds His Way Curious George Discovers the 'Poles: George is thrilled when Bill asks him to look after his tadpoles. He conscientiously feeds them and even decides to give them a little vacation in the lagoon. But the tadpoles disappear and George worries that he's lost Bill's pets forever. After weeks of searching, George is ready to give up hope, until he learns that the tadpoles haven't vanished; they've grown into frogs! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To understand that all living organisms have a life cycle.Curious George Finds His Way: Hundley and George get locked out of the building in the back alley. While trying to find their way back in, they get hopelessly lost. To make matters worse, it starts to get dark. It isn't until they begin to hear some familiar sounds they realize that with the combination of Hundley's sharp ears and George's good memory of what they'd heard along the way, they can find their way home. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To explore properties of sound. 
Sep 23
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The A Tale About Tails/Sticky Situation A Tale About TailsNick and Sally are playing "Tape the Tail on the Donkey" when they wish they had tails of their own! Well it just so happens that the Cat knows a lot about tails! He brings them to the Jungle of Wagga-Tag-Tail where they meet a number of animals with very different tails. When Nick and Sally get to test out all of these tails for themselves, they learn that different tails can do different things!Educational Objective: Animal Tails - how animals like the white capushin monkey, quetzal and rattlesnake use their tails for different things including grasping, attraction, and communication.Sticky SituationSally and Nick are playing the drums on overturned buckets when Nick breaks his drumstick! Luckily, the Cat knows someone who is a stick expert, his friend Betty Beaver! She finds Nick the perfect drumstick, but when her dam springs a leak, Nick, Sally and the Cat help her fix it, using Nick's new stick. He doesn't have a stick anymore, but Nick learns an even better way to drum: using a home-made beaver tail!Educational Objective: Beaver Dams - how and why North American Beavers build their dams. They use sticks and mud to build a dam that stops the flow of water to create a large, safe swimming pool to hunt in. 
Sep 23
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 
Sep 23
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train I'm a T. rex!/Ned the Quadruped "I'm a T. rex!" Buddy travels to Rexville on the Dinosaur Train and meets Delores Tyrannosaurus and her daughter Annie. When he sees that he shares all the same features, Buddy learns that he is a Tyrannosaurus rex! "Ned the Quadruped"Buddy and Tiny tour the Dinosaur Train and earn their Junior Conductor hats while their friend Ned, a four-legged, long-necked Brachiosaurus and regular Train rider, tags along. 
Sep 23
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Get Lost, Mr. Chips SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
Sep 23
11:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Haines To Skagway Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Alaska—from beautiful Haines to the Klondike Gold Rush town of Skagway. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Sep 23
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Artfully Pieced This episode looks at piecing and how we put together our fabric and color elements to create an artfully pieced quilt. It seems like such a simple concept but it's a new way of looking at your quilt. Kathleen Loomis starts us out with a lesson on piecing in art quilting. Follow her expert guidance for a new direction to take. Then, returning guest Ana Buzzalino takes us from sketch to stitch. She uses free-motion machine quilting to stitch vignettes from sketches and photographs. Finally, we have another edition of unfinished quilts and some ideas for finishing in our UFO segment. 
Sep 23
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.  
Sep 23
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 23
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Bountiful Harvest (Atlanta, Birmingham, AL) From seed to pantry, we share not only how to get the best flavors from the garden, but how to capture that harvest in a jar for year round flavor. 
Sep 23
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener What Do Insects See? We see yellow or red, but what do bees and butterflies see? Discover their color wheel to attract pollinators. Find out why a young family dumped lawn for waterwise wildlife plants. 
Sep 23
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Shellfish Julia and Jacques share opinions and know-how on mussels...and, oysters, clams and shrimp. Jacques shucks, Julia sauces, and they turn out Mussels Marinière, Billi Bi Soup, and Moules Ravigots, along with a classic shrimp cocktail and mignonette sauce. 
Sep 23
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia  Steve Sullivan, proprietor of the Acme Bread Company, prepares walnut bread and decorative loaves. 
Sep 23
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals  Celebrity chef and food legend Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style to public television with a new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Twenty fast-paced and engaging half-hour episodes feature quick and delicious entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks.SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS marks Moulton's public television homecoming; in 1979, she worked behind-the-scenes with the original celebrity chef, Julia Child, in Julia Child and More Company. As one of the Food Network's defining personalities, Moulton has won over legions of admirers with her hit series Cooking Live and Sara' Secrets. The busy mother of two also serves as the longtime executive chef of Gourmet magazine, the food editor of ABC's Good Morning America and the author of two cookbooks. As Herma Rosenthal noted in TV Guide, "Other TV chefs may own famous restaurants and perform with theatrical flair, but Moulton's the one you can actually picture popping over to help you fix the lumpy gravy or the fallen souffle."As a working parent, Moulton understands the challenges of placing a nourishing meal on the table after a long day on the job. In SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, she shares her ideas for preparing flavorful, healthy food with minimal fuss. Based on her cookbook, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Moulton's series redefines dinner with fast, tasty and routine-breaking entrees. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." In addition, an international team of Moulton's culinary friends prove that easy weeknight dinners come without borders.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 23
6:56 PM
Head On ISIS . ISIS SUSAN: Journalist James Foley was murdered by Islamic terrorists - ISIS. Journalist Steven Sotloff and at least 3 other Americans are hostage to ISIS. And these well-funded, strategic jihadists have massacred thousands of local Iraqi tribes people. Now what? The UN? Our friend-emies the Syrians? Drone strikes? More dead troops? KRISTA: We shouldn't have gone into Iraq. Once there, we shouldn't have pulled out prematurely. Now a radical Islamist state is growing and murdering moderate Muslims, Christians, and other religious minorities. Now that an American has been viciously beheaded, we should adopt a better foreign policy somewhere between nation building and withdrawal. SUSAN: Top military brass insist that ISIS will not be defeated without taking the fight to Syria. Meantime, only the US and Britain rightfully, refuse to pay ransoms for kidnapped citizens. At the same time, we learn James Foley's killer was likely a Brit. No easy answers here. None. KRISTA: ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas, Al Shabaab, Hezbollah, Boka Haram, the Taliban. Radical Islam is on the rise in North Africa and Asia. It is a threat to civilization there and here. Having successfully stopped Communism, the US should lead the fight against this new threat. Brace for a long struggle. 
Sep 23
7:00 PM
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Stories from Lakka Beach After the civil war in Sierra Leone, many visitors now stay away from the picturesque beach village of Lakka. Five villagers share their stories of life on the ocean, of living off the land, and of war, love and religion as they try to convince tourists to visit a nation still healing from a devastating war. 
Sep 23
8:00 PM
Cool Spaces!  COOL SPACES! : THE BEST NEW ARCHITECTURE profiles the most provocative and innovative public space architecture in North America. Each episode is organized around a central theme such as performance space or libraries, and within the hour, host and architect Stephen Chung demystifies architecture for viewers interested and eager to learn more. We think you'll be impressed with Stephen's presence, the stunning photography, and the fascinating stories in each episode. The series takes us to Brooklyn, Dallas, Kansas City, Las Vegas, New Haven, Phoenix, Seattle, Raleigh, Charlotte and Philadelphia.  
Sep 23
9:00 PM
Cool Spaces!  COOL SPACES! : THE BEST NEW ARCHITECTURE profiles the most provocative and innovative public space architecture in North America. Each episode is organized around a central theme such as performance space or libraries, and within the hour, host and architect Stephen Chung demystifies architecture for viewers interested and eager to learn more. We think you'll be impressed with Stephen's presence, the stunning photography, and the fascinating stories in each episode. The series takes us to Brooklyn, Dallas, Kansas City, Las Vegas, New Haven, Phoenix, Seattle, Raleigh, Charlotte and Philadelphia.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 23
10:57 PM
Head On Fergusan 1. FERGUSAN SUSAN: Fergusan MO - all you need to know: donating military weapons to local police is stupid. Poorly trained and educated police are dangerous. Politicians are more adept at duck and cover than peaceful protesters. Racism in American is alive and well. KRISTA: A police officer is hospitalized. A young adult is dead. The facts are under investigation. Yet, race baiters, politicians, and looters paint this as a racist act and profit from it. Was the officer defending himself? Was he racist? We don't yet know and should not judge until we do. SUSAN: Supporters of policeman Darren Wilson raised more money for him than's been raised for his victim, Michael Brown. Racism or merely stupidity - that kind of reactionary meanness is deeply disturbing. Declaring unwavering support for the cop's unwarranted brutality? Call it what you will - it's ugly. KRISTA: We don't know if it was unwarranted. A severely beaten officer might have been using justified force to save his own life. When a black officer shoots a white youth, no one cries racism unless the facts prove otherwise. We must wait for the investigation. Innocent until proven guilty, remember? 
Sep 23
11:00 PM
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange Stories from Lakka Beach After the civil war in Sierra Leone, many visitors now stay away from the picturesque beach village of Lakka. Five villagers share their stories of life on the ocean, of living off the land, and of war, love and religion as they try to convince tourists to visit a nation still healing from a devastating war. 
Sep 24
12:00 AM
Cool Spaces!  COOL SPACES! : THE BEST NEW ARCHITECTURE profiles the most provocative and innovative public space architecture in North America. Each episode is organized around a central theme such as performance space or libraries, and within the hour, host and architect Stephen Chung demystifies architecture for viewers interested and eager to learn more. We think you'll be impressed with Stephen's presence, the stunning photography, and the fascinating stories in each episode. The series takes us to Brooklyn, Dallas, Kansas City, Las Vegas, New Haven, Phoenix, Seattle, Raleigh, Charlotte and Philadelphia.  
Sep 24
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Bountiful Harvest (Atlanta, Birmingham, AL) From seed to pantry, we share not only how to get the best flavors from the garden, but how to capture that harvest in a jar for year round flavor. 
Sep 24
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener What Do Insects See? We see yellow or red, but what do bees and butterflies see? Discover their color wheel to attract pollinators. Find out why a young family dumped lawn for waterwise wildlife plants. 
Sep 24
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Zarela Martinez and Jasper White Jasper White creates sweet corn fritters, and Zarela Martinez prepares poblanos chiles rellenos. Demonstrating the influence of North Africa on Spanish/Mexican cooking, Martinez stuffs the chiles with a combination of pork, dried fruits and olives. 
Sep 24
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Crab Maison, Chicken and Dumplings, and Peach Upside-Down Cake Crab Maison, Chicken and Dumplings, and Peach Upside-Down Cake 
Sep 24
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia  Steve Sullivan, proprietor of the Acme Bread Company, prepares walnut bread and decorative loaves. 
Sep 24
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals  Celebrity chef and food legend Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style to public television with a new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Twenty fast-paced and engaging half-hour episodes feature quick and delicious entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks.SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS marks Moulton's public television homecoming; in 1979, she worked behind-the-scenes with the original celebrity chef, Julia Child, in Julia Child and More Company. As one of the Food Network's defining personalities, Moulton has won over legions of admirers with her hit series Cooking Live and Sara' Secrets. The busy mother of two also serves as the longtime executive chef of Gourmet magazine, the food editor of ABC's Good Morning America and the author of two cookbooks. As Herma Rosenthal noted in TV Guide, "Other TV chefs may own famous restaurants and perform with theatrical flair, but Moulton's the one you can actually picture popping over to help you fix the lumpy gravy or the fallen souffle."As a working parent, Moulton understands the challenges of placing a nourishing meal on the table after a long day on the job. In SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, she shares her ideas for preparing flavorful, healthy food with minimal fuss. Based on her cookbook, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Moulton's series redefines dinner with fast, tasty and routine-breaking entrees. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." In addition, an international team of Moulton's culinary friends prove that easy weeknight dinners come without borders.  
Sep 24
4:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Haines To Skagway Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Alaska—from beautiful Haines to the Klondike Gold Rush town of Skagway. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Sep 24
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Artfully Pieced This episode looks at piecing and how we put together our fabric and color elements to create an artfully pieced quilt. It seems like such a simple concept but it's a new way of looking at your quilt. Kathleen Loomis starts us out with a lesson on piecing in art quilting. Follow her expert guidance for a new direction to take. Then, returning guest Ana Buzzalino takes us from sketch to stitch. She uses free-motion machine quilting to stitch vignettes from sketches and photographs. Finally, we have another edition of unfinished quilts and some ideas for finishing in our UFO segment. 
Sep 24
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.  
Sep 24
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.  
Sep 24
5:57 AM
Head On 6th CD . 6TH CDKRISTA: Redrawn to politically competitive, Colorado's 6th Congressional district is now home to the one of the tightest races in the country. Incumbent Republican Mike Coffman faces Democrat Andrew Romanoff, a far left candidate who moved to the district to run. Romanoff would be more at home in Boulder or Denver. SUSAN: Andrew is many things - smart, compassionate, conscientious and deliberate. A far left wing nut? Hardly. Romanoff'S record reflects the new CD 6 demographics - moderate, ethnically and economically diverse and centrist. Mike Coffman is a chameleon who can morph into changing surroundings. His conservative, reaction record says something else. KRISTA: Born in 6th CD, I've lived here most of my life. What we need is someone who will vote to repeal the disastrous Obamacare law, balance the federal budget, and support entitlement reform. Romanoff will do none of those things. Coffman has and will continue to represent us well. SUSAN: Then vote for Andrew. He aims to balance the federal budget. Check out his TV ad. On the contrary, Coffman consistently votes to shift the tax burden from billionaires to the middle class; to make college for expensive for working families and in support of increased Medicare costs for seniors. Coffman vote for plutocrats - not the 6th CD. 
Sep 24
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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 24
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Better Balance Good balance begins with proper spinal alignment, strong core muscles and bringing awareness to our center of gravity while weight shifting. 
Sep 24
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts A Bat in the Brownies When a bat gets trapped in the Tortuga HQ, the Wild Kratts team has to overcome its various negative feelings about the winged mammals in order to help him back out into the wild.Science Concepts: Ecology; Predators and Insects; Echolocation 
Sep 24
8:00 AM
Curious George Water to Ducks/Animal Magnetism Water to Ducks: After a big rain, George is ecstatic to discover ducks swimming in a big puddle next to the country house. But the puddle starts to shrink and the ducks begin to fly away. How can George keep that puddle from evaporating so he and Jumpy can continue to play peek-a-boo with that cute baby duck? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate that as part of the water cycle, precipitation in the form of rain falls to Earth where it can soak into the ground, run off, collect in bodies of water or evaporate.Animal Magnetism: On a mission to find magnets to hang his newest masterpiece on the refrigerator, George learns a lot about magnets. His new knowledge comes in handy when he has to save his precious artwork from a giant magnetic crane at the junkyard. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show that magnets attract and repel each other; that magnets attract certain kinds of other metals; and that objects made of certain metals can be magnetized. 
Sep 24
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Night Lights/Go Snails Go! Night LightsNick and Sally are making shadow puppets with the Cat in the Hat, but the batteries in the flashlight have gone out! They jump into the Thingamajigger and shrink down to visit the fireflies that live in the backyard. There they learn that the fireflies communicate by flashing their lights. And when the fireflies provide the light the kids need, the shadow puppet show can continue!Educational Objective: Fireflies - fireflies have natural 'lights' in their bodies, which they flash on and off to locate each other at night.Go Snails Go!Nick, Sally and the Cat have been invited along on a snail expedition! They jump into the Thingamajigger and shrink down to meet up with Lewis and Clark, the two snails leading the way! As they travel through the forest of Slippity-Goo, having fun sliding in their own shells, the kids learn about all the different ways snails use their shells.Educational Objective: Snail Shells - snails use their shells for protection; against predators and the elements. We meet snails and learn all about their shells and their other special and unique characteristics. 
Sep 24
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 
Sep 24
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Fast Friends/T. rex Teeth "Fast Friends"Buddy, Tiny, and Mom ride the Dinosaur Train to meet Oren and Ollie Ornithomimus, some of the fastest dinosaurs ever! Our kids love meeting the fast-moving and fast-talking twins. "T. rex Teeth" When Buddy loses a tooth, Mom takes him to Rexville to ask his Tyrannosaurus friends all about T. rex teeth. They explain that he'll grow new teeth to replace the old ones. 
Sep 24
10:00 AM
Sesame Street School for Chickens Elmo helps Professor Buck Awe teach a class of chickens using strategies he learned in preschool. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Sep 24
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Noon at Silver Falls, part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th 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. 
Sep 24
11:30 AM
Sew It All Working with Wool, Katrina Walker Learn the ins and outs of wool, plus make several upscale pillows. 
Sep 24
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.  
Sep 24
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 24
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Conserving a beautiful piece of land is often easier said than done. GardenSMART visits with an individual committed to showing the natural beauty of a unique property. The lessons learned can apply no matter the size of your property. Beautiful and informative, be sure to tune in. 
Sep 24
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Bracket Clock + Finishing Solutions Master your woodworking, finishing & repair techniques! 
Sep 24
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Presenting: World-Class Wines of Baja" Baja California Norte produces many world-class, gold medal-winning wines. That fact may surprise most people in the United States. Rick takes us on a tour of the region along with renowned winemaker and visionary Hugo d'Acosta, founder of La Escuelita, a nonprofit winemaking school that opened in 2004. Hugo introduces Rick to his Casa de Piedra wines before taking Rick on a tour of the school where locals and chefs come to make their own wines. At Tres Mujeres, a charming winery run by three women, Rick tastes each of their wines with their favorite dishes. Their cooking inspires Rick to make stuffed chiles with red wine at home. At L.A. Cetto, winemaker Camillo Magoni tells Rick about his 47-year career with one of the oldest wineries in Mexico. Rick cooks with Ludwig Hussong of San Rafael Winery in the Valle de Ojos Negros and they toast the wines of Mexico. 
Sep 24
3:30 PM
Taste This! 1809 - Korean Influence Meets New York City Chef Joe is on the road headed to NYC to visit a cozy Korean restaurant. Back in the test kitchen Chef Joe is preparing some one pot dishes. Today's recipes include Stuffed Shrimp served with seaweed wrapped tomatoes. Chef Joe reviews some important cooking techniques as well to keep everyone safe in the kitchen. 
Sep 24
4:00 PM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Refresh and Rejuvenate 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. 
Sep 24
4:30 PM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The 4th of July Picnic On The Farm, host Ian Knauer follows his ingredients from their very beginnings all the way to the dinner table. Whether he's milking a cow to make fresh cheeses that are the star of dinner or harvesting honey, fresh from the hive, that becomes the key ingredient in the meal, he is educating his viewers about exactly where wholesome, delicious food comes from. This series doesn't just highlight a fad in American food, but an eco-conscious, fresh and a fun lifestyle, and it brings education back to cooking television by way of easy to follow recipes and the importance of sustainable agriculture. Viewers will feel as if they've been invited to roll up their sleeves and experience the way their ancestors grew and ate their food as a way to look to the future of American food. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 24
6:56 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 24
7:00 PM
Both Sides of the Story Pro. 105: GMO Labeling Ballot Proposal CPT-12's newest debate series featuring High School students debating both sides of a ballot issue on the 2014 Colorado Ballot. The twist is the students will switch sides mid-way through the program. 
Sep 24
8:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Retirement Gamble Ten trillion dollars in Americans' retirement savings are invested in large and small accounts managed by banks, brokerages, mutual funds and insurance companies. But whether your IRA or 401K will assure a safe retirement is largely a gamble. Building off reporting from the groundbreaking special "Money, Power and Wall Street," FRONTLINE raises troubling questions about how America's financial institutions protect our savings. "The Retirement Gamble" reveals how fees, self-dealing and kickbacks bring great profits to Wall Street while imperiling the prospects of a secure future for individuals. The film questions who has the consumer's best interests in mind, and whether there is a better way to manage our retirements. 
Sep 24
9:00 PM
Your Turn to Care Episode Three The third episode deals with three families who discover they can't do it all and need to reach out for help from institutions and elder care professionals and attorneys. This highly emotional decision can be extremely costly if you don't have long-term care insurance or qualify for government assistance. The world of assisted living facilities and financial benefits is complex and difficult to navigate especially, when a crisis occurs. 
Sep 24
9:30 PM
Your Turn to Care Conclusion Episode 4 explores the final chapter of caregiving and how palliative care can change the way both the patient and his or her caregivers take this final journey. And, Steve Lopez, renowned writer for the Los Angeles Times reveals his own personal story of caring for his aging father. While the episode explores the inevitable, it also shares the stories of three remarkable "super seniors" who are re-defining what it means to grow old. Today, we are both taking control over how we die and discovering ways to prevent it as long as possible. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 24
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 24
11:00 PM
Both Sides of the Story Pro. 105: GMO Labeling Ballot Proposal CPT-12's newest debate series featuring High School students debating both sides of a ballot issue on the 2014 Colorado Ballot. The twist is the students will switch sides mid-way through the program. 
Sep 25
12:00 AM
Your Turn to Care Episode Three The third episode deals with three families who discover they can't do it all and need to reach out for help from institutions and elder care professionals and attorneys. This highly emotional decision can be extremely costly if you don't have long-term care insurance or qualify for government assistance. The world of assisted living facilities and financial benefits is complex and difficult to navigate especially, when a crisis occurs. 
Sep 25
12:30 AM
Your Turn to Care Conclusion Episode 4 explores the final chapter of caregiving and how palliative care can change the way both the patient and his or her caregivers take this final journey. And, Steve Lopez, renowned writer for the Los Angeles Times reveals his own personal story of caring for his aging father. While the episode explores the inevitable, it also shares the stories of three remarkable "super seniors" who are re-defining what it means to grow old. Today, we are both taking control over how we die and discovering ways to prevent it as long as possible. 
Sep 25
1:00 AM
Art of the Possible, The The Art of the Possible invites audiences into the worlds of five families living with cancer, its treatment, and what remains in the aftermath. At once humorous and haunting, producers Hayward and Harter present a narrative portrayal of families creating a "new normal" in the midst of cancer, and the care providers that serve them. The Art of the Possible offers the public and medical community-at-large a glimpse of cancer care that couples conventional therapies with humanizing communication practices. 
Sep 25
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Presenting: World-Class Wines of Baja" Baja California Norte produces many world-class, gold medal-winning wines. That fact may surprise most people in the United States. Rick takes us on a tour of the region along with renowned winemaker and visionary Hugo d'Acosta, founder of La Escuelita, a nonprofit winemaking school that opened in 2004. Hugo introduces Rick to his Casa de Piedra wines before taking Rick on a tour of the school where locals and chefs come to make their own wines. At Tres Mujeres, a charming winery run by three women, Rick tastes each of their wines with their favorite dishes. Their cooking inspires Rick to make stuffed chiles with red wine at home. At L.A. Cetto, winemaker Camillo Magoni tells Rick about his 47-year career with one of the oldest wineries in Mexico. Rick cooks with Ludwig Hussong of San Rafael Winery in the Valle de Ojos Negros and they toast the wines of Mexico. 
Sep 25
2:30 AM
Taste This! 1809 - Korean Influence Meets New York City Chef Joe is on the road headed to NYC to visit a cozy Korean restaurant. Back in the test kitchen Chef Joe is preparing some one pot dishes. Today's recipes include Stuffed Shrimp served with seaweed wrapped tomatoes. Chef Joe reviews some important cooking techniques as well to keep everyone safe in the kitchen. 
Sep 25
3:00 AM
Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea Refresh and Rejuvenate 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. 
Sep 25
3:30 AM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The 4th of July Picnic On The Farm, host Ian Knauer follows his ingredients from their very beginnings all the way to the dinner table. Whether he's milking a cow to make fresh cheeses that are the star of dinner or harvesting honey, fresh from the hive, that becomes the key ingredient in the meal, he is educating his viewers about exactly where wholesome, delicious food comes from. This series doesn't just highlight a fad in American food, but an eco-conscious, fresh and a fun lifestyle, and it brings education back to cooking television by way of easy to follow recipes and the importance of sustainable agriculture. Viewers will feel as if they've been invited to roll up their sleeves and experience the way their ancestors grew and ate their food as a way to look to the future of American food. 
Sep 25
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Noon at Silver Falls, part 1 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th 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. 
Sep 25
4:30 AM
Sew It All Working with Wool, Katrina Walker Learn the ins and outs of wool, plus make several upscale pillows. 
Sep 25
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.  
Sep 25
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.  
Sep 25
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 25
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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 25
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Improve Your Mood In this episode Mary Ann uses tactile stimulation to increase circulation and elicit a relaxed state of body and mind. 
Sep 25
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts To Touch a Hummingbird Martin and Chris realize that the Hummingbird might be the ultimate flier in the Creature world and ask Aviva to create a new power disc with its powers. The only problem - it's not easy to touch a Hummingbird!Science Concept: Flight, energy. 
Sep 25
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? 
Sep 25
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Flight of the Penguin/Let's Go Fly a Kite Flight of the PenguinSally and Nick are pretending to fly in their backyard. Oh wouldn't it be great if they really could? The Cat in the Hat brings them to meet his good friend Percy the penguin. After a fun race with a penguin and a bird, the kids learn that not all birds fly, but that doesn't mean they aren't fast!Educational Objective: Penguins Don't Fly - not all birds fly, but this doesn't stop them from getting around in their own special way. Penguins are perfectly designed for ''flying' underwater.Let's Go Fly a KiteSally, Nick and the Cat are trying to fly a kite, but there's not enough wind. The Cat in the Hat takes them to Huff-Puff-Maguff where there's so much wind, they lose their kite! They chase the kite, using the wind to help them. When they finally reach it, the breeze helps to cool them down!Educational Objective: Wind - wind power can help us in different ways. Wind can make things work, move things, and cool us down. 
Sep 25
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 
Sep 25
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic: Air Obstacle Race/King and Crystal Live! CLASSIC IN THE JURASSIC: AIR OBSTACLE RACEAt the 'Classic in the Jurassic,' it's a race between pterosaurs who have to fly between hanging vines, swoop through a canyon, push through a wind tunnel, slalom over and under branches, then carry food from a pond as they race to the finish line! Teddy Pterodaustro finishes first and shows everyone how he filters plankton through his teeth to prove that he did indeed get food from the pond! Teddy is declared the winner!Educational Objective: The Pterodaustro was a prehistoric pterosaur that lived in the early Cretaceous Period. Its wing span stretched 8 or 9 feet. Pterodaustro used the bristle-like teeth of its lower jaws to strain crustaceans, plankton and algae from the water.KING & CRYSTAL LIVE!Buddy, Tiny and Mom are riding the Dinosaur Train where Crystal Cryolophosaurus is on her way to visit King Cryolophosaurus and invites our family along. King and Crystal's heartfelt reunion is marred when Crystal tries to convince a reluctant King to take his fantastic new song 'Top Carnivore' out on the road to share with his Mesozoic fans. But King doesn't like leaving home and Tiny has a great idea-King and Crystal can perform a live concert in Gondwana! The concert is a huge success, and Crystal decides to stay there with King instead of going back out on the road.Educational Objective: Cryolophosaurus lived in the Jurassic Time Period, in Antarctica, which was part of a southern supercontinent called "Gondwana." Jurassic Antarctica was relatively warm and lush (unlike Antarctica of today). At that time in the Jurassic Antarctica, Cryolophosaurus truly was the King - that is, the top carnivore. 
Sep 25
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Puddle Jumping SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
Sep 25
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Sep 25
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Magic Patterns, Part 1 Add a touch of imagination to patterns using a concept that originated over 90 years ago! Nancy and author/designer Amy Barickman show how to use contemporary patterns and add creative touches to inhance a wardrobe. Tiling computer printable patterns with ease, changing a tank top to a retro or modern design, and stretching creativity with a magical swirl skirt with several fashion possibilities. 
Sep 25
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.  
Sep 25
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Steve McCurry & Franz Lanting - Around the World in 125 years Around the World in 125 years is a look back at the historic and iconic photos by National Geographic. Steve and Franz are two of the photographers who made an everlasting impression in their work for National Geographic. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 25
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  In Arkansas, we catch and prepare frogs, before traveling to Maryland to explore the other end of the spectrum, meeting a local farmer who's created an animal sanctuary to save livestock from slaughter. It's a study in contrasts of two approaches to sustainability. Back at home, Roger plants and harvests peas, and Chef Marian makes a pea and cucumber side dish. 
Sep 25
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Fire Up The Grill It's time to get the grill fired up as P. Allen Smith brings the garden to the barbeque. In this episode of Garden to Table, Allen heads to Oklahoma where they are grilling veggies and whipping up a Mint Raspberry Iced Tea recipe that is a must try for your next gathering. Then learn how to create an elegant outdoor tablescape using gourds. 
Sep 25
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Soups Nothing comforts like a bowl of homemade soup; once you master a few basic techniques, you can make a host of variations. Watch as Martha makes a nourishing chicken soup that's as easy as poaching a chicken. Then learn the "flavor-boosting" techniques that go into making minestrone. Finally, discover how to make velouté, a classic "mother sauce" that here becomes the basis for a creamy spinach soup. 
Sep 25
3:30 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino Black Cod & Sautéed Green Beans Chef Stellino shares his sauce making secrets, to inspire the viewers with this elegant and sophisticated Mango and Ginger sauce that is easy to make and tastes delicious! He also visits a fish monger and shares some important facts about the uniqueness of the Black Cod. 
Sep 25
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Common, Yet Tasty Andreas travels to northern Norway and Bodo, where despite the variety of fish, the locals' favorite remains the modest pollock. Andreas finds out why and then makes seared pollock with onion jam, lingonberries and asparagus, homemade fish fingers with remoulade sauce and pollock gratin. 
Sep 25
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Cruising the Adriatic Sea Burt sails the ancient route of the Venetian traders - Venice to Bari, and across the Adriatic Sea to Montenegro. At which point he enters the Mediterranean and cruises to Turkey, Malta and Sicily, visiting the most ancient towns and explaining, in his slightly irreverent way, the local history. He also takes you on a tour of one of the largest and newest cruise ships sailing the Mediterranean. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 25
6:56 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 25
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Barcelona City Guide When you think of Barcelona, you think of the architect Gaudí, and Megan visits some of his most famous creations, including El Park Güell, Casa Batlló and the spectacular basilica, Sagrada Familia, still under construction more than 120 years after the first brick was laid. Megan also takes in the works of artists Picasso and Miró, enjoys the colorful atmosphere of Las Ramblas, shops at the Barrí Gotic, explores the mysterious magic shop known as El Rey de La Magia and takes day trips to Cadaques (home of Salvador Dalí) and Sitges, known as a favorite destination for gays from all over Europe. 
Sep 25
8:00 PM
NOVA Are We Alone? Scientists are on the verge of answering one of the greatest questions in history: Are we alone? Combining the latest telescope images with dazzling CGI, Life Beyond Earth will immerse audiences in the sights and sounds of alien worlds, while top astrobiologists explain how these places are changing how we think about the potential for life in our solar system. We used to think our neighboring planets and moons were fairly boring - mostly cold, dead rocks where life could never take hold. Today, however, the solar system looks wilder than we ever imagined. Powerful telescopes and unmanned space missions have revealed a wide range of dynamic environments - atmospheres thick with organic molecules, active volcanoes, and vast saltwater oceans. This ongoing revolution is forcing scientists to expand their ideas about what kinds of worlds could support life. And if we do find primitive life forms elsewhere in the solar system, it may well be that life is common in the universe-the rule, and not the exception. 
Sep 25
9:00 PM
From Billions to None: The Passenger Pigeon's Flight to Extinction The centenary of this recent extinction offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for this film to sharply focus new attention on habitat conservation and species survival—and help us avoid the fate of the passenger pigeon for future species. With cutting-edge CGI animation techniques, From Billions to None will recreate the glory of passenger pigeons in flight as well as the ways in which our 19th century ancestors destroyed them all— with ruthless, no-limits shooting. The film will highlight the important lessons of the past to offer solutions to the immediate challenges species face. You'll see how exciting successes have been achieved in sustaining declining species populations. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 25
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 25
11:00 PM
Herd in Iceland For over 1000 years Icelandic law has made it illegal to import horses onto the island. For that reason Icelandic horses are a pure breed, isolated by oceanic borders. During the summer months the horses live a remote and wild existence, grazing in the highlands and raising their young. Every September they are rounded up by local farmers and directed across the rugged terrain to reunite with their owners. It is a breathtaking tradition that unites the country. HERD IN ICELAND documents the nation's annual horse roundup. The result is a unique and moving portrait of Iceland's people, horses, and stunning landscape. 
Sep 25
11:30 PM
Deadly Dust: Valley Fever in the West Deadly Dust - Valley Fever in the West explores the growing problem of Valley Fever in California and other western states. There is no cure or vaccine for the fungal disease that affects 150,000 people each year. This documentary features interviews with researchers, doctors and survivors. The directors of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health also discuss new research underway to better understand this mysterious soil-borne disease. 
Sep 26
12:00 AM
From Billions to None: The Passenger Pigeon's Flight to Extinction The centenary of this recent extinction offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for this film to sharply focus new attention on habitat conservation and species survival—and help us avoid the fate of the passenger pigeon for future species. With cutting-edge CGI animation techniques, From Billions to None will recreate the glory of passenger pigeons in flight as well as the ways in which our 19th century ancestors destroyed them all— with ruthless, no-limits shooting. The film will highlight the important lessons of the past to offer solutions to the immediate challenges species face. You'll see how exciting successes have been achieved in sustaining declining species populations. 
Sep 26
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  In Arkansas, we catch and prepare frogs, before traveling to Maryland to explore the other end of the spectrum, meeting a local farmer who's created an animal sanctuary to save livestock from slaughter. It's a study in contrasts of two approaches to sustainability. Back at home, Roger plants and harvests peas, and Chef Marian makes a pea and cucumber side dish. 
Sep 26
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Fire Up The Grill It's time to get the grill fired up as P. Allen Smith brings the garden to the barbeque. In this episode of Garden to Table, Allen heads to Oklahoma where they are grilling veggies and whipping up a Mint Raspberry Iced Tea recipe that is a must try for your next gathering. Then learn how to create an elegant outdoor tablescape using gourds. 
Sep 26
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Soups Nothing comforts like a bowl of homemade soup; once you master a few basic techniques, you can make a host of variations. Watch as Martha makes a nourishing chicken soup that's as easy as poaching a chicken. Then learn the "flavor-boosting" techniques that go into making minestrone. Finally, discover how to make velouté, a classic "mother sauce" that here becomes the basis for a creamy spinach soup. 
Sep 26
2:30 AM
Cooking With Nick Stellino Black Cod & Sautéed Green Beans Chef Stellino shares his sauce making secrets, to inspire the viewers with this elegant and sophisticated Mango and Ginger sauce that is easy to make and tastes delicious! He also visits a fish monger and shares some important facts about the uniqueness of the Black Cod. 
Sep 26
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking Common, Yet Tasty Andreas travels to northern Norway and Bodo, where despite the variety of fish, the locals' favorite remains the modest pollock. Andreas finds out why and then makes seared pollock with onion jam, lingonberries and asparagus, homemade fish fingers with remoulade sauce and pollock gratin. 
Sep 26
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Cruising the Adriatic Sea Burt sails the ancient route of the Venetian traders - Venice to Bari, and across the Adriatic Sea to Montenegro. At which point he enters the Mediterranean and cruises to Turkey, Malta and Sicily, visiting the most ancient towns and explaining, in his slightly irreverent way, the local history. He also takes you on a tour of one of the largest and newest cruise ships sailing the Mediterranean. 
Sep 26
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Sep 26
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Magic Patterns, Part 1 Add a touch of imagination to patterns using a concept that originated over 90 years ago! Nancy and author/designer Amy Barickman show how to use contemporary patterns and add creative touches to inhance a wardrobe. Tiling computer printable patterns with ease, changing a tank top to a retro or modern design, and stretching creativity with a magical swirl skirt with several fashion possibilities. 
Sep 26
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.  
Sep 26
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Steve McCurry & Franz Lanting - Around the World in 125 years Around the World in 125 years is a look back at the historic and iconic photos by National Geographic. Steve and Franz are two of the photographers who made an everlasting impression in their work for National Geographic. 
Sep 26
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 26
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.  
Sep 26
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.  
Sep 26
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.  
Sep 26
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Lighthearted Exercises Mary Ann introduces a variety of new exercises for fingers, gait and back strengthening in this fun, light-hearted episode. 
Sep 26
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Googly Eye: The Night Guru When Martin and Chris glimpse a mysterious nocturnal creature living in the Indonesian forest, they secretly "borrow" Aviva's half finished night vision goggles to go in search of it.Science Concepts: Nocturnal creatures are creatures that come out at night. Eyes help a creature see by collecting the light that comes from objects all around. They have a feature called an iris that opens or closes the pupil to let more or less light in. 
Sep 26
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George's Rocket Ride/Curious George, Station Master Curious George's Rocket Ride: The International Space Station's food supply has run out, and George is the only one who has the unique skills needed to fly the rocket and deliver the supplies. But George can't help but be curious about what's in those interesting looking containers. Before you know it, George has quite a mess to clean up before the supplies can be launched. Luckily, George's experience with cleaning his room and his knowledge of how shapes fit together helps him put it away in time to get the astronauts their supplies. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To introduce the idea that there are objects that orbit the earth; both natural objects (the moon) or human-made objects (satellites). Curious George, Station Master: George and The Man with the Yellow Hat offer to pick up Bill when his train comes in and when he gets there, Flint Quint, the station master, shows George how he keeps the trains running smoothly and arriving on time. While Flint is eating lunch, George decides he wants to try his hand at being station master and while everything starts off smoothly, pretty soon trains are off schedule, out of order, and very confused. Mr. Quint comes to the rescue, and they put the trains back in the correct number order before they reach the station. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To develop an understanding of the relative position and sequence of whole numbers. 
Sep 26
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The You Should Be Dancing/Batty for Bats You Should Be DancingNick and Sally are planning to put on a show for their moms, but they can't finish their dance without falling down! The Cat in the Hat takes them to meet one of the best dancers in the world, Tango a bird of paradise! With a few costume changes and a little practice, Nick and Sally are finally able to show their moms their new dance!Educational Objective: Birds of Paradise - these birds perform elaborate dances to attract other birds - first by clearing a space to perform that has good lighting to show off their amazing plumes to their best advantage.Batty for BatsSally and Nick are playing a game of blindfolded freeze tag but they can't seem to find each other! Luckily the Cat has a friend who is always able to find his way in the dark. He takes them to meet Zapita, a bat who teaches the kids about echolocation. Now that Nick and Sally know how to listen to find their way, freeze tag has become a lot more fun!Educational Objective: Bats - are nocturnal creatures that live in caves and navigate by means of ecolocation using their hearing. 
Sep 26
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pizza Problem/The Pizza Pirate Problem The Pizza Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. When Peg and Cat get orders for halves of pizzas, they must learn about fractions to keep their patrons pleased. Primary Content: Fractions (whole, half)Secondary Content: CirclesThe Pizza Pirate Problem - Peg's Pizza Place/Giant Land/Prehistoric Valley/Ancient Egypt. As Peg and Cat deliver pizzas far and wide, they are menaced by the flying Pizza Pirates who are determined to "take away one!"Primary Content: Taking away 1Secondary Content: Adding 10 
Sep 26
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Classic in the Jurassic: Ultimate Face-Off/Back in Time CLASSIC IN THE JURASSIC: ULTIMATE FACE-OFFThe `Classic in the Jurassic' games are back, and this time, it's the Ultimate Smackdown. Mr. Conductor explains the "wrestling" matchups from the three Time Periods feature carnivores vs. herbivores and the best choreographed and most entertaining show wins! Tank and Buddy are thrilled - what a face-off! Once the judges tally the results, Team Cretaceous is declared the winner, and the fans love it! Educational Objective: All ecosystems on land include predators and plant-eaters. The same was true during the Mesozoic age of dinosaurs - wherever you find herbivores, you find carnivores. So throughout the Mesozoic Era, the ecosystem provided classic matchups of top carnivores vs. herbivores. BACK IN TIMEBuddy and Tiny start wondering aloud whether the Triassic was the beginning of time, and if there was anything before the Age of Dinosaurs. So Mr. Conductor walks through a Pedestrian Time Tunnel to get to the Permian Time Period, where they meet Deon Dimetrodon, who has never met a dinosaur or pterosaur before. Buddy and Tiny are amazed to learn that there are neither in the Permian! Deon is delighted to experience the Mesozioc Era. He walks through the Pedestrian Time Tunnel with our group, and is blown away by the vegetation and the variety and size of dinosaurs. Another lifelong friendship is forged!Educational Objective: Many animals we think are dinosaurs are not actually dinosaurs. They are mammals like us. Dimetrodon was a dominant carnivore in the Permian period, living mainly in swampy areas. Although very reptilian-like, Dimetrodon belonged to a group called "synapsids" - more closely related to mammals. 
Sep 26
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Bert's Training Wheels Luis and Ernie help Bert gain the confidence to ride his bike without training wheels after they break. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Sep 26
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Noon at Silver Falls, part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th 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. 
Sep 26
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3104 How Charming A charming quilt using squares with a scalloped edge. 
Sep 26
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. 
Sep 26
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. 
Sep 26
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."  
Sep 26
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. 
Sep 26
2:30 PM
On Story Jonathan Demme and Paul Thomas Anderson: A Conversation In this second On Story installation featuring Paul Thomas Anderson and Jonathan Demme, the duo look back on the vision, style, influences, and creative passion for Demme's The Silence of the Lambs, Stop Making Sense, Rachel Getting Married and Something Wild. 
Sep 26
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Samson Chan & Shellfish On this episode of SIMPLY MING, Ming meets up with Chef Samson Chan, the mastermind behind one of Singapore's favorite restaurants, Barnacles. Together they shop for some great living treasures from the South China Sea at Grand Atlantic Fishery. Bringing back the freshest seafood to Chef Samson's restaurant for an afternoon of cooking on the fly, they'll show us how easy it is too cook with the shell on! 
Sep 26
3:30 PM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The Fish Without Fear A lot of people are intimidated by the idea of grilling fish. With good reason! When you grill fish, does it A) stick to the grill grate; B) break into pieces; C) come out raw in the center; D) come out hopelessly overcooked; or E) all of the above? This show will give you three great ways to grill fish without fear—or tears.Cedar-planked Sockeye Salmon with a delicate miso glaze, served with a fresh fennel and orange slaw. Prosciutto-wrapped whole fresh Brook Trout stuffed with lemon wedges and dill.Trinidadian Grilled Swordfish served on a grilled warm flatbread with cool Caribbean mango salsa. 
Sep 26
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Simply Elegant Joanne greets her student Sarina with a bruschetta salad and it is quickly apparent Sarina is the perfect student for dishes that are simple enough for a weeknight, yet elegant enough for Saturday night. They recreate the vinaigrette from the salad, discover how easy it is to cook clams, and finish with a warm blueberry maple compote melting over vanilla ice cream.Recipes: Bruschetta Salad with Prosciutto di San Daniele and Greens, Clams with Chorizo and Orange, and Vanilla Ice Cream with Blueberry Maple Syrup CompoteStudent: Sarina Crivello, Apple Specialist 
Sep 26
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Spanish Style" Host Laura Theodore prepares a Spanish-inspired supper menu. Special guest: Dr. Pam Popper. "Quinoa and Butternut Squash Paella" highlights quinoa, which stands in for the traditional rice, while butternut squash adds welcome texture and taste. First course features "Avocado-Tofu Salad" with "Lively Lemon Dressing." For dessert, elegant "Baked Apples in Parchment" provide a delicious finish to this satisfying menu. 
Sep 26
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.  
Sep 26
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.  
Sep 26
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.  
Sep 26
6:56 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 26
7:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Attorney General Debate The candidates running for Colorado Attorney General square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Sep 26
7:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Proposition 104 - School Board Open Meetings Debate Both sides of Prop. 104, which would mandate open meetings for School Boards in collective bargaining negotiations, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Sep 26
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. 
Sep 26
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.  
Sep 26
9:00 PM
Moyers & Company  Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas aimed at helping viewers make sense of our tumultuous times through the insight of America's strongest thinkers. Airing on public television and radio stations across the country, the series continues Moyers' long-running conversation with the American public by offering a forum to poets, writers, artists, journalists, scientists, philosophers, and leading scholars. It also features Moyers' hallmark essays on democracy.  
Sep 26
9:30 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.  
Sep 26
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."  
Sep 26
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 26
11:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Retirement Gamble Ten trillion dollars in Americans' retirement savings are invested in large and small accounts managed by banks, brokerages, mutual funds and insurance companies. But whether your IRA or 401K will assure a safe retirement is largely a gamble. Building off reporting from the groundbreaking special "Money, Power and Wall Street," FRONTLINE raises troubling questions about how America's financial institutions protect our savings. "The Retirement Gamble" reveals how fees, self-dealing and kickbacks bring great profits to Wall Street while imperiling the prospects of a secure future for individuals. The film questions who has the consumer's best interests in mind, and whether there is a better way to manage our retirements. 
Sep 27
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker Barcelona City Guide When you think of Barcelona, you think of the architect Gaudí, and Megan visits some of his most famous creations, including El Park Güell, Casa Batlló and the spectacular basilica, Sagrada Familia, still under construction more than 120 years after the first brick was laid. Megan also takes in the works of artists Picasso and Miró, enjoys the colorful atmosphere of Las Ramblas, shops at the Barrí Gotic, explores the mysterious magic shop known as El Rey de La Magia and takes day trips to Cadaques (home of Salvador Dalí) and Sitges, known as a favorite destination for gays from all over Europe. 
Sep 27
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Samson Chan & Shellfish On this episode of SIMPLY MING, Ming meets up with Chef Samson Chan, the mastermind behind one of Singapore's favorite restaurants, Barnacles. Together they shop for some great living treasures from the South China Sea at Grand Atlantic Fishery. Bringing back the freshest seafood to Chef Samson's restaurant for an afternoon of cooking on the fly, they'll show us how easy it is too cook with the shell on! 
Sep 27
2:30 AM
Primal Grill With Steven Raichlen, The Fish Without Fear A lot of people are intimidated by the idea of grilling fish. With good reason! When you grill fish, does it A) stick to the grill grate; B) break into pieces; C) come out raw in the center; D) come out hopelessly overcooked; or E) all of the above? This show will give you three great ways to grill fish without fear—or tears.Cedar-planked Sockeye Salmon with a delicate miso glaze, served with a fresh fennel and orange slaw. Prosciutto-wrapped whole fresh Brook Trout stuffed with lemon wedges and dill.Trinidadian Grilled Swordfish served on a grilled warm flatbread with cool Caribbean mango salsa. 
Sep 27
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Simply Elegant Joanne greets her student Sarina with a bruschetta salad and it is quickly apparent Sarina is the perfect student for dishes that are simple enough for a weeknight, yet elegant enough for Saturday night. They recreate the vinaigrette from the salad, discover how easy it is to cook clams, and finish with a warm blueberry maple compote melting over vanilla ice cream.Recipes: Bruschetta Salad with Prosciutto di San Daniele and Greens, Clams with Chorizo and Orange, and Vanilla Ice Cream with Blueberry Maple Syrup CompoteStudent: Sarina Crivello, Apple Specialist 
Sep 27
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Spanish Style" Host Laura Theodore prepares a Spanish-inspired supper menu. Special guest: Dr. Pam Popper. "Quinoa and Butternut Squash Paella" highlights quinoa, which stands in for the traditional rice, while butternut squash adds welcome texture and taste. First course features "Avocado-Tofu Salad" with "Lively Lemon Dressing." For dessert, elegant "Baked Apples in Parchment" provide a delicious finish to this satisfying menu. 
Sep 27
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Noon at Silver Falls, part 2 Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 14th 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. 
Sep 27
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3104 How Charming A charming quilt using squares with a scalloped edge. 
Sep 27
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. 
Sep 27
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. 
Sep 27
6:00 AM
Caillou Lost And Found A day of new discoveries! Caillou loses his voice, finds a frog in his throat, and finds other neat ways to communicate, until the frog goes away. Later on, Caillou is missing one of his favorite socks. He searches the house, and accidentally locks himself in the basement. Daddy comes to the rescue - only he locks himself in the basement too. All is well when Mommy saves them both and finds the missing sock. Then, Caillou, Rosie and Julie, their babysitter, go on a scavenger hunt. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn the many ways that pre-schoolers can show their competence: by being a compliant patient (when a sore throat strikes); a finder of lost items; a cleaner-up of messes; a learner of new skills. Sharp eyes, careful thinking and practice all help. 
Sep 27
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Being Your Best Educational Objective: Being Your BestNight Time ScratchScratch is so excited about today's job, installing the floodlights at the football ground, that he has hardly slept a wink the night before. During the build, Scratch is disappointed to find out that the floodlights will be tested after his bedtime. Frantic to be allowed to stay up, Scratch asks if he can have a nap during the day so he will be rested for that night. Bob agrees. Finally, Scratch does nap - but not for nearly long enough. And when he is entrusted with the job of getting a cable for the floodlights, he falls asleep on the way! He realizes how important having enough sleep is and after being impressed at seeing the floodlights being tested, it's home - and straight to bed!High Time for LoftyAfter a wild and windy night in Fixham, Bob and his team are clearing up in the yard. Lofty is trying to avoid getting splashed by Muck and Dizzy, who are having fun in the puddles. Dizzy teases Lofty that he's afraid of water, but Lofty pretends he isn't! At the harbor, Lofty hurries to finish his job. Dizzy drives out onto the new pier, and notices the water is getting closer. She gets trapped and Lofty tries to save her. Dizzy thinks Lofty was very brave to rescue her, and he even manages to play a bit of the splashing game, now he's happy to get wet! 
Sep 27
7:00 AM
Curious George Curious George Discovers the Poles/Curious George Finds His Way Curious George Discovers the 'Poles: George is thrilled when Bill asks him to look after his tadpoles. He conscientiously feeds them and even decides to give them a little vacation in the lagoon. But the tadpoles disappear and George worries that he's lost Bill's pets forever. After weeks of searching, George is ready to give up hope, until he learns that the tadpoles haven't vanished; they've grown into frogs! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To understand that all living organisms have a life cycle.Curious George Finds His Way: Hundley and George get locked out of the building in the back alley. While trying to find their way back in, they get hopelessly lost. To make matters worse, it starts to get dark. It isn't until they begin to hear some familiar sounds they realize that with the combination of Hundley's sharp ears and George's good memory of what they'd heard along the way, they can find their way home. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To explore properties of sound. 
Sep 27
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The A Tale About Tails/Sticky Situation A Tale About TailsNick and Sally are playing "Tape the Tail on the Donkey" when they wish they had tails of their own! Well it just so happens that the Cat knows a lot about tails! He brings them to the Jungle of Wagga-Tag-Tail where they meet a number of animals with very different tails. When Nick and Sally get to test out all of these tails for themselves, they learn that different tails can do different things!Educational Objective: Animal Tails - how animals like the white capushin monkey, quetzal and rattlesnake use their tails for different things including grasping, attraction, and communication.Sticky SituationSally and Nick are playing the drums on overturned buckets when Nick breaks his drumstick! Luckily, the Cat knows someone who is a stick expert, his friend Betty Beaver! She finds Nick the perfect drumstick, but when her dam springs a leak, Nick, Sally and the Cat help her fix it, using Nick's new stick. He doesn't have a stick anymore, but Nick learns an even better way to drum: using a home-made beaver tail!Educational Objective: Beaver Dams - how and why North American Beavers build their dams. They use sticks and mud to build a dam that stops the flow of water to create a large, safe swimming pool to hunt in. 
Sep 27
8:00 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 
Sep 27
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train I'm a T. rex!/Ned the Quadruped "I'm a T. rex!" Buddy travels to Rexville on the Dinosaur Train and meets Delores Tyrannosaurus and her daughter Annie. When he sees that he shares all the same features, Buddy learns that he is a Tyrannosaurus rex! "Ned the Quadruped"Buddy and Tiny tour the Dinosaur Train and earn their Junior Conductor hats while their friend Ned, a four-legged, long-necked Brachiosaurus and regular Train rider, tags along. 
Sep 27
9:00 AM
American Graduate DayLet's Make It Happen "American Graduate: Let's Make It Happen" is a public media initiative - supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting - to help students stay on the path to on-time high school graduation and future success. AMERICAN GRADUATE DAY 2014 is a full-day broadcast and outreach event dedicated to engaging our country around the dropout crisis with special celebrity guests, relevant spokespeople and compelling stories from the students themselves. At its core, it will preserve the same broadcast format as last year's AMERICAN GRADUATE DAY, leveraging a unique production and community engagement model both locally and nationally. 
Sep 27
6:00 PM
Good Morning Mission Hill: the freedom to teach, the freedom to learn Imagine a public school environment based on respecting every child and adult's limitless possibilities! Unlike most of their public school peers, Mission Hill teachers have control of their curriculum, and a say in just about every aspect of school life. At this Boston public school academics connect to experiences, empathy and exploration are valued, and children with diverse abilities and backgrounds flourish. There are no panaceas, but much can be achieved when teachers have the freedom to teach, plus the support to keep growing. Expect laughter, tears, singing and fresh baked bread. 
Sep 27
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Tim McGraw Country superstar Tim McGraw takes the ACL stage with his greatest hits and new material. 
Sep 27
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Soundgarden On a warm February night in Los Angeles, the legendary Seattle rock band Soundgarden concluded a sold-out winter tour in support of "King Animal," their first studio album in over 16 years. In front of a rapturous crowd at the historic art deco venue The Wiltern, Soundgarden interwove brand new songs with classics, radio hits, and rarities never before performed for a live audience. Song List"Incessant Mace""Taree""Spoonman""Blind Dogs""Rowing""Non-State Actor""A Thousand Days Before""Rusty Cage""New Damage""Outshined"Recorded February 17, 2012, The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA. 
Sep 27
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Ark Life & Eric Henderson Hosted by Sid Pink, this episode showcases Ark Life, a Denver-based band formed by Jesse Elliott that "blends together a crew of good musicians to make some fine open-air/open-highway music, all tied up with three-part female harmonies" (Heather Browne). Up-and-coming comic Eric Henderson rounds out the show with his high energy observations. 
Sep 27
9:30 PM
OpenAir: Live & Local Jessi   
Sep 27
10:00 PM
Bluegrass Underground Dave Eggar with Amy Lee & Hammerstep One genre-breaking standout performer this season is the ever-amazing virtuoso cellist Dave Eggar. A phenomenal innovator in his own right, Eggar is joined in the Underground by singer Amy Lee (of multi-platinum selling artists Evanescence fame) and the innovative dance troupe Hammerstep ("American Idol"), mixing traditional Irish step dance with hip-hop and tap. The sum is an electrifying, cross-cultural event born in the crucible of the caverns. 
Sep 27
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Until recently known as a former member of the Drive-By Truckers, Jason Isbell serves as the point of the Americana spear and one of the country's absolute best young singer-songwriters. Unrepentantly southern, his carefully crafted songs may feel raw, yet are renowned for simultaneously inspiring and intimidating musicians and critics alike. An Americana Music Award Winner, Isbell's new album Southeastern is on NPR radio's 50 Favorite Albums of 2013 — no small feat. 
Sep 27
11:00 PM
Front And Center Buddy Guy FRONT AND CENTER showcases a strong mix of performers that will satisfy the traditional public television music fan while building interest from the younger music audience stations want to cultivate. From 'super groups' featuring Stephen Stills and Joe Bonamassa to British newcomer Jake Bugg; from Southern Soul and Heavy Metal to New Orleans Jazz and Chicago blues; there's something for just about everyone in the lineup of nine concerts recorded live, "front and center," at some of New York City's greatest intimate venues. Many of the artists are touring this fall, giving broadcasts airing in September and October a little extra buzz in those markets.  
Sep 28
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's Tim O'Brien & Darrell Scott O'Brien and Scott were already accomplished thirty-something players, record makers and writers when their respective publishers first put them together in the standard Nashville fashion. That initial meeting, which took place in a Music Row writing room near the tail end of the last century, quickly morphed from an arranged collaboration to a "Where have you been all my life?" moment for both artists. O'Brien, who hails from West Virginia, was steeped in bluegrass and country, while Scott, from nearby Kentucky, straddled country and rock 'n' roll. "Tim and I both felt like we met at Hank Williams," says Scott, noting that Hank's music had been a passion of his musician father Wayne Scott, and those seminal records had been the younger Scott's sacred texts growing up, as they were for O'Brien, along with the bluegrass canon. "Both of us can push the country button and be there," says Tim of their common ground. "We just stretch toward each other till we intersect." 
Sep 28
12:30 AM
Music Voyager  Ethnomusicologist, cultural historian and music ciritic Jacob Edgar travels all over the world to find cutting-edge musicians and immerse himself in their culture. Destinations include: India, Jamaica, New Orleans, New York and Chicago. 
Sep 28
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Ark Life & Eric Henderson Hosted by Sid Pink, this episode showcases Ark Life, a Denver-based band formed by Jesse Elliott that "blends together a crew of good musicians to make some fine open-air/open-highway music, all tied up with three-part female harmonies" (Heather Browne). Up-and-coming comic Eric Henderson rounds out the show with his high energy observations. 
Sep 28
1:30 AM
OpenAir: Live & Local Jessi   
Sep 28
2:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live The Robert Cray Band   
Sep 28
3:00 AM
Backstage Pass Elliot Street Lunatic Indie rock from Michigan's capital city, featuring selections from the CD, "Ghost Town Lullabies." 
Sep 28
4:00 AM
Austin City Limits Tim McGraw Country superstar Tim McGraw takes the ACL stage with his greatest hits and new material. 
Sep 28
5:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Soundgarden On a warm February night in Los Angeles, the legendary Seattle rock band Soundgarden concluded a sold-out winter tour in support of "King Animal," their first studio album in over 16 years. In front of a rapturous crowd at the historic art deco venue The Wiltern, Soundgarden interwove brand new songs with classics, radio hits, and rarities never before performed for a live audience. Song List"Incessant Mace""Taree""Spoonman""Blind Dogs""Rowing""Non-State Actor""A Thousand Days Before""Rusty Cage""New Damage""Outshined"Recorded February 17, 2012, The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA. 
Sep 28
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.  
Sep 28
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.  
Sep 28
7:00 AM
Mass For Shut-ins  This televised Catholic mass enables the elderly, homebound and physically ailing to get the word of God.  
Sep 28
7:30 AM
Misa Dominical en Español  Misa Dominical en Español  
Sep 28
8:00 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 
Sep 28
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Fast Friends/T. rex Teeth "Fast Friends"Buddy, Tiny, and Mom ride the Dinosaur Train to meet Oren and Ollie Ornithomimus, some of the fastest dinosaurs ever! Our kids love meeting the fast-moving and fast-talking twins. "T. rex Teeth" When Buddy loses a tooth, Mom takes him to Rexville to ask his Tyrannosaurus friends all about T. rex teeth. They explain that he'll grow new teeth to replace the old ones. 
Sep 28
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Snowflake Day! Snowflake Day!In this thirty minute holiday musical episode, the Neighborhood is celebrating Snowflake Day! Daniel has a very important role as the snowflake in the Neighborhood's Snowflake Day Show and he can't wait to say his lines! The Enchanted Garden is full of excitement and winter cheer as everyone pitches in to make the celebration a true Neighborhood success!Theme: HolidayStrategy: N/A 
Sep 28
9:30 AM
Super Why! Peter Rabbit Peter Rabbit - Red wants to find the perfect present to show Grandma she cares, but she is absolutely stumped! The Super Readers pay a storybook visit to Peter Rabbit and chase after the mischievous little cottontail bunny, who's on the hunt for some delicious fresh vegetables for his Mama. The Super Readers must help Peter find what he's looking for before his big appetite for veggies lands him in hot water!Educational Objectives: To learn how to show someone you care, investigate the alphabet, practice spelling skills and use the power to read to change the story. 
Sep 28
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Grandma's Glasses Sid tries on Grandma's glasses, but they make everything look blurry. Sid explores his sense of vision, and discovers that even though Grandma's glasses make things look blurry to him, they make things look clear to her. 
Sep 28
10:30 AM
Arthur The "A" Team/Emily Swallows a Horse THE "A" TEAM: Francine and Brain are the best players on the soccer team and, well, sometimes they wish their teammates could take the game a bit more seriously. So when they make the Elwood City All-Stars Traveling Team, they're as happy as they could be. Or are they? Is winning really everything - or is there something about playing with friends that can't be beat? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Brain and Francine learn the value of enjoying sports for the fun of it when they find competitive sports less satisfying than playing with friends. EMILY SWALLOWS A HORSE: Emily really wants the sparkly ball D.W. just found, so she tells a little white lie about how Marie-Helene actually gave it to her. No harm done, right? But then Emily has to tell even bigger lies to cover her story! Will she be like that old woman in the fairy tale, who had to swallow the horse to eat her lie, er, fly? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: After telling a small lie that she has to cover up with bigger lies that spiral out of control, Emily comes clean and discovers the value of honesty. 
Sep 28
11:00 AM
Martha Speaks Martha in the Doghouse/ Martha Models Martha in the Doghouse Martha just wants a nice quiet place to take a nap. All she needs is for everybody to be quiet for, oh, 16 hours a day. Is that too much to ask? Helen and the gang try to help by designing a doghouse for Martha. Vocabulary(E) architect, blueprint, construction, shelter, model(I) build, building, tools, sketch, porchMartha Models Carolina is over the moon when she finds out that Mindy Munchhausen, host of "Operation Catwalk," will be judging Wagstaff City's dog costume parade. She teams up with Helen to design outfits for Martha and Skits, sure that this will be her big break. Is Carolina on her way to Fashion Avenue?Vocabulary(E) apparel, measurement, outfit, pattern, style(I) sew, fit, hem, model, fashion 
Sep 28
11:30 AM
Wild Kratts A Bat in the Brownies When a bat gets trapped in the Tortuga HQ, the Wild Kratts team has to overcome its various negative feelings about the winged mammals in order to help him back out into the wild.Science Concepts: Ecology; Predators and Insects; Echolocation 
Sep 28
12:00 PM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Brick, Trim and Tile Roger installs a new front walk in a running bond pattern. Tom runs a custom profile for the chair rail and both copes and miters the corners as it is installed. Interior designer Christine Tuttle makes tile selections at a local showroom. Norm and Tom work to fit a new four-panel interior door into an old doorjamb. As the cabinet installation finishes up, kitchen designer Steve Jackowski offers a preview of the countertops, tile and striking copper vent hood that are on their way to the kitchen. 
Sep 28
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. 
Sep 28
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Drywall Watch the last-minute preps for drywall and the best way to run 4x12 sheets behind the timber trusses. 
Sep 28
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  Conserving a beautiful piece of land is often easier said than done. GardenSMART visits with an individual committed to showing the natural beauty of a unique property. The lessons learned can apply no matter the size of your property. Beautiful and informative, be sure to tune in. 
Sep 28
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  Host Amy Devers previews Victory Garden's edibleFEAST. Chef Daniel Klein is off to Arkansas to learn about shiitake mushrooms grown in a purely sustainable way. Then it's on to the northwest to dig for geoduck and harvest sea salt and sea beans. Back in the Victory Garden, Roger Swain shows different varieties of cherry tomatoes and Marian Morash makes a delicious garden fresh salad. 
Sep 28
2:30 PM
Dig In  Shot on location in Denver, DIG IN offers gardening and cooking techniques. Luan Akin from Tagawa's and Chef Jorge from Johnson and Whales University share great gift ideas for your culinary friends.  
Sep 28
3:00 PM
Tasteful Adventures  Michelle Tucker hosts Colorado's first cooking adventure telecast, spicing it with her passion for food. Destinations include Colorado farms and farmer's markets, restaurants and food events, wineries and breweries. Episodes feature top chefs who share tasteful secrets, amazing local growers, and so much more that is deliciously delightful in Colorado.Each episode takes viewers in search of Colorado's best food experiences. Add in a dash or two of Michelle's simple and scrumptious recipes, and that's a Tasteful Adventure!  
Sep 28
3:30 PM
My Generation Find New Meaning Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart talks about his life on and off the stage. Former NBA coach Eddie Jordan now helps kids create new hoop dreams. Two young war veterans continue to serve by building houses for fellow vets. Leathered-up ladies hit the road on two wheels. 
Sep 28
4:00 PM
Inside E Street Silent Epidemic Guests:John Ward, MD, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Director of Viral Hepatitis ProgramDouglas Dieterich, MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Professor in Division of Liver DiseasesIt is estimated that over 3 million Americans are infected with the Hepatitis C virus; the majority don't even know it. Hepatitis C, the leading cause of liver disease, has the ability to lie dormant in the body for decades, without so much as showing a single symptom. The bulk of the infected population is made up of the baby boomer generation, and they are only now beginning to find out about it. Dr. John Ward, the Director of Viral Hepatitis Program at the CDC, talks with Lark McCarthy regarding this debilitating virus. Also joining us is Dr. Douglas Dieterich, a former Hepatitis C patient, who has made it his life goal to help others battle this disease. 
Sep 28
4:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Cochlear Implants: Bringing Back the Joy of Sound 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. 
Sep 28
5:00 PM
Cool Spaces!  COOL SPACES! : THE BEST NEW ARCHITECTURE profiles the most provocative and innovative public space architecture in North America. Each episode is organized around a central theme such as performance space or libraries, and within the hour, host and architect Stephen Chung demystifies architecture for viewers interested and eager to learn more. We think you'll be impressed with Stephen's presence, the stunning photography, and the fascinating stories in each episode. The series takes us to Brooklyn, Dallas, Kansas City, Las Vegas, New Haven, Phoenix, Seattle, Raleigh, Charlotte and Philadelphia.  
Sep 28
6:00 PM
Cool Spaces!  COOL SPACES! : THE BEST NEW ARCHITECTURE profiles the most provocative and innovative public space architecture in North America. Each episode is organized around a central theme such as performance space or libraries, and within the hour, host and architect Stephen Chung demystifies architecture for viewers interested and eager to learn more. We think you'll be impressed with Stephen's presence, the stunning photography, and the fascinating stories in each episode. The series takes us to Brooklyn, Dallas, Kansas City, Las Vegas, New Haven, Phoenix, Seattle, Raleigh, Charlotte and Philadelphia.  
Sep 28
7:00 PM
NOVA Are We Alone? Scientists are on the verge of answering one of the greatest questions in history: Are we alone? Combining the latest telescope images with dazzling CGI, Life Beyond Earth will immerse audiences in the sights and sounds of alien worlds, while top astrobiologists explain how these places are changing how we think about the potential for life in our solar system. We used to think our neighboring planets and moons were fairly boring - mostly cold, dead rocks where life could never take hold. Today, however, the solar system looks wilder than we ever imagined. Powerful telescopes and unmanned space missions have revealed a wide range of dynamic environments - atmospheres thick with organic molecules, active volcanoes, and vast saltwater oceans. This ongoing revolution is forcing scientists to expand their ideas about what kinds of worlds could support life. And if we do find primitive life forms elsewhere in the solar system, it may well be that life is common in the universe-the rule, and not the exception. 
Sep 28
8:00 PM
Becoming California BECOMING CALIFORNIA is an epic story of environmental change on America's western edge. From geologic origins hundreds of millions of years ago to present day and beyond, Becoming California takes a look at change on a grand scale. It reveals how humans' approach toward the environment dictates the nature of change, and how a shift in attitudes can foster healthy, functioning ecosystems amidst vibrant economies, sustaining not just nature, but people, too. 
Sep 28
10:00 PM
Globe Trekker Barcelona City Guide When you think of Barcelona, you think of the architect Gaudí, and Megan visits some of his most famous creations, including El Park Güell, Casa Batlló and the spectacular basilica, Sagrada Familia, still under construction more than 120 years after the first brick was laid. Megan also takes in the works of artists Picasso and Miró, enjoys the colorful atmosphere of Las Ramblas, shops at the Barrí Gotic, explores the mysterious magic shop known as El Rey de La Magia and takes day trips to Cadaques (home of Salvador Dalí) and Sitges, known as a favorite destination for gays from all over Europe. 
Sep 29
12:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Brick, Trim and Tile Roger installs a new front walk in a running bond pattern. Tom runs a custom profile for the chair rail and both copes and miters the corners as it is installed. Interior designer Christine Tuttle makes tile selections at a local showroom. Norm and Tom work to fit a new four-panel interior door into an old doorjamb. As the cabinet installation finishes up, kitchen designer Steve Jackowski offers a preview of the countertops, tile and striking copper vent hood that are on their way to the kitchen. 
Sep 29
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. 
Sep 29
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Drywall Watch the last-minute preps for drywall and the best way to run 4x12 sheets behind the timber trusses. 
Sep 29
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  Host Amy Devers previews Victory Garden's edibleFEAST. Chef Daniel Klein is off to Arkansas to learn about shiitake mushrooms grown in a purely sustainable way. Then it's on to the northwest to dig for geoduck and harvest sea salt and sea beans. Back in the Victory Garden, Roger Swain shows different varieties of cherry tomatoes and Marian Morash makes a delicious garden fresh salad. 
Sep 29
3:00 AM
Inside E Street Silent Epidemic Guests:John Ward, MD, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, Director of Viral Hepatitis ProgramDouglas Dieterich, MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Professor in Division of Liver DiseasesIt is estimated that over 3 million Americans are infected with the Hepatitis C virus; the majority don't even know it. Hepatitis C, the leading cause of liver disease, has the ability to lie dormant in the body for decades, without so much as showing a single symptom. The bulk of the infected population is made up of the baby boomer generation, and they are only now beginning to find out about it. Dr. John Ward, the Director of Viral Hepatitis Program at the CDC, talks with Lark McCarthy regarding this debilitating virus. Also joining us is Dr. Douglas Dieterich, a former Hepatitis C patient, who has made it his life goal to help others battle this disease. 
Sep 29
3:30 AM
My Generation Find New Meaning Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart talks about his life on and off the stage. Former NBA coach Eddie Jordan now helps kids create new hoop dreams. Two young war veterans continue to serve by building houses for fellow vets. Leathered-up ladies hit the road on two wheels. 
Sep 29
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.  
Sep 29
5:30 AM
Autoline  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. 
Sep 29
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 29
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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 29
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Back And Abdominal Strengthening This episode focuses on stretching and strengthening the abdominal and back muscles to protect the spine and help avoid injury. 
Sep 29
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Bugs or Monkeys? A miniaturized Martin wants to check out insects in the rainforest, but Chris wants to investigate the world of the Spider monkey. Chris wins when he puts "mini" Martin in his backpack and heads off through the treetops. Science Concept: Anatomy, locomotion (brachiation - arm swinging). 
Sep 29
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George and the Dam Builders/Curious George's Low High Score Curious George and the Dam Builders: George gets acquainted with a family of beavers when he notices the impact their dam has on his favorite pond. Building a dam looks like so much fun that George decides to build his own. But when a sudden downpour sweeps both dams away, George and the beavers have to figure out how to repair the damage together or their beloved pond won't be a good place for beavers or monkeys! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To model that an organism's patterns of behavior are related to the nature of the organism's physical environment, heredity and experience./ Engineering design (technology) includes brainstorming solutions to a practical problem and testing the ones that seem most promising.Curious George's Low High Score: George can't understand why his high score of 257 isn't a winner when he plays his first game of mini-golf with Steve and Betsy. How can a small number be worth more than a big number? After getting the lowdown on the principles of mini-golf, George is determined to get a low score next time, and so he builds his own mini-golf course for practice. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To develop an understanding that in certain contexts a high number isn't always the best or most desirable. 
Sep 29
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The The Lost Egg/Hold on Tight The Lost EggThe kids are decorating the tree house for a party. The Cat knows the world's most fantabulous decorator: Stan the bower bird! Stan teaches the kids how to decorate with almost anything--shells, leaves, and pebbles. Now they can have a party in their own fantabulously decorated tree house! Educational Objective: The bower bird builds and decorates a fancy nest called a bower. Other kinds of birds build different sorts of nests -- and birds aren't the only creatures who build nests and lay eggs. Hold on TightNick is trying to hang onto the monkey bars but can't. The Cat takes him and Sally to meet the best holder-on-ever, his tiny little friend Larry the limpet. After shrinking down to limpet size, Nick and Sally learn how to hang onto the rocks with the help of natural hand- and footholds, some sticky stuff on their feet, and plain old perseverance. Now Nick knows that in order to stay on the monkey bars, he needs to keep trying! Educational Objective: Limpets, although small, have a mighty powerful grip. 
Sep 29
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Pirate Puzzle Problem/The Scrap of Map Problem The Pirate Puzzle Problem - The Pirate Ship. Peg and Cat must help the pirates put together a puzzle, and then the four sections of their sinking ship. Primary Content: Composing and decomposing puzzlesSecondary Content: Recognizing the attributes of shapesThe Scrap of Map Problem - Pirate Island. When the Pirates' treasure map is torn and carried off by the wind, Peg and Cat and friends from far and wide put their scraps of map together to find the treasure.Primary Content: Working together to solve a problem, one-to-one countingSecondary Content: Using a map, fair sharing 
Sep 29
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train One Big Dinosaur/Play Date with Annie "One Big Dinosaur" Tiny and Buddy visit a dinosaur family called Argentinosaurus, some of the biggest land creatures ever! The kids find out there are great things about being really big, and that it's also great being their own size. "Play Date with Annie"Buddy is excited that his friend Annie Tyrannosaurus is coming to the Pteranodon nest to visit and play with them. After Tiny feels left out, Buddy and Annie show her that they can all be friends! 
Sep 29
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Baby Bear Comes Clean SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
Sep 29
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Winter's Surprise, Part 1 Jerry paints a winter scene with a surprise feature to be revealed. This episode will be an introduction to combining warm and cool colors, working with a warm golden color against the cool colors of snow. Jerry will show and reinforce blending of sky colors. He also demonstrates why mixing under-painting color directly on the canvas -- versus pre-mixing a formula on the palette -- works best for this particular painting. 
Sep 29
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Shrinking is Good This episode explores felted designs or when shrinking your work is intentional. Eunny begins with a tutorial on felting. She discusses what yarns work best for this technique and demonstrates how to correctly measure your work and swatches before and after felting. Then, on the Accessorize Me segment Laura Bryant and Barry Klein look at diagonal miters. This fun technique adds unique shaping to your knitwear, and it's easy to do. Next, on Yarn Spotlight segment Clara Parkes and Eunny discuss tweed yarns and their implications for designing. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip on comparing and contrasting felted fabrics, such as felting cables and colorwork. 
Sep 29
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. 
Sep 29
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 29
2:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Attorney General Debate The candidates running for Colorado Attorney General square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Sep 29
2:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Proposition 104 - School Board Open Meetings Debate Both sides of Prop. 104, which would mandate open meetings for School Boards in collective bargaining negotiations, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Sep 29
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America Lip Smacking Roman Style Saltimbocca Lidia makes Italian- American favorites: Mozzarella Sticks, Veal Saltimbocca and Zeppole. She heads to Eataly in New York City to learn how mozzarella is made. 
Sep 29
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Little Bites / Stuzzichini These "little bites" become a BIG hit when Mary Ann prepares Celery Stuffed with Cheese and Hazelnuts, and then mixes anchovies, parsley and garlic for some fantastic, Anchovy Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes. And just when you don't have room for more, you make room for her signature Zucchini Meatballs. 
Sep 29
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Irish Comfort Classics Host Christopher Kimball heads into the test kitchen with test cook Julia Collin Davison to update a classic recipe for Shepherd's Pie. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus reveals her favorite quirky kitchen gadgets. Then, Chris answers questions from viewers. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making New England-Style Home-Corned Beef and Cabbage. 
Sep 29
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Homespun Breakfast Treats Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Fluffy Cornmeal Pancakes. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of multigrain bread. Next, Chris shares the top 10 cooking tips from the test kitchen. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer uncovers the secrets to making English Muffin Bread right at home. 
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 29
6:56 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 29
7:00 PM
Buddha, The Two and a half millennia ago, a new religion was born in northern India, generated from the ideas of a single man, the Buddha, a mysterious Indian sage who famously gained enlightenment while he sat under a large, shapely fig tree. The Buddha never claimed to be God or his emissary on earth. He said only that he was a human being who, in a world of unavoidable pain and suffering, had found a kind of serenity that others could find, too. This documentary by award-winning filmmaker David Grubin tells the story of his life, a journey especially relevant in our own bewildering times of violent change and spiritual confusion. Richard Gere narrates. 
Sep 29
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. 
Sep 29
9:30 PM
On Story A Conversation with Chris Carter, Creator of The X-Files Legendary television writer Chris Carter reveals the secret behind the creation and success of The X-Files and how he stirred audiences using the power of mythology. Lost and PROMETHEUS writer, Damon Lindelof, speaks with Carter on how his use of the paranormal and search for the truth have become staples of popular culture. Followed by Todd Somodevilla and Marysia Makowska's surreal short film, SEA PAVILION, about a picnic outing by an abandoned seaside dwelling that ends up encompassing more than just sand dunes and forgotten memories. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 29
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 29
11:00 PM
Buddha, The Two and a half millennia ago, a new religion was born in northern India, generated from the ideas of a single man, the Buddha, a mysterious Indian sage who famously gained enlightenment while he sat under a large, shapely fig tree. The Buddha never claimed to be God or his emissary on earth. He said only that he was a human being who, in a world of unavoidable pain and suffering, had found a kind of serenity that others could find, too. This documentary by award-winning filmmaker David Grubin tells the story of his life, a journey especially relevant in our own bewildering times of violent change and spiritual confusion. Richard Gere narrates. 
Sep 30
1:00 AM
This Old House Arlington Italianate Project 2014 Brick, Trim and Tile Roger installs a new front walk in a running bond pattern. Tom runs a custom profile for the chair rail and both copes and miters the corners as it is installed. Interior designer Christine Tuttle makes tile selections at a local showroom. Norm and Tom work to fit a new four-panel interior door into an old doorjamb. As the cabinet installation finishes up, kitchen designer Steve Jackowski offers a preview of the countertops, tile and striking copper vent hood that are on their way to the kitchen. 
Sep 30
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. 
Sep 30
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America Lip Smacking Roman Style Saltimbocca Lidia makes Italian- American favorites: Mozzarella Sticks, Veal Saltimbocca and Zeppole. She heads to Eataly in New York City to learn how mozzarella is made. 
Sep 30
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Little Bites / Stuzzichini These "little bites" become a BIG hit when Mary Ann prepares Celery Stuffed with Cheese and Hazelnuts, and then mixes anchovies, parsley and garlic for some fantastic, Anchovy Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes. And just when you don't have room for more, you make room for her signature Zucchini Meatballs. 
Sep 30
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Irish Comfort Classics Host Christopher Kimball heads into the test kitchen with test cook Julia Collin Davison to update a classic recipe for Shepherd's Pie. Next, gadget guru Lisa McManus reveals her favorite quirky kitchen gadgets. Then, Chris answers questions from viewers. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to making New England-Style Home-Corned Beef and Cabbage. 
Sep 30
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Homespun Breakfast Treats Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Fluffy Cornmeal Pancakes. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of multigrain bread. Next, Chris shares the top 10 cooking tips from the test kitchen. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer uncovers the secrets to making English Muffin Bread right at home. 
Sep 30
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Winter's Surprise, Part 1 Jerry paints a winter scene with a surprise feature to be revealed. This episode will be an introduction to combining warm and cool colors, working with a warm golden color against the cool colors of snow. Jerry will show and reinforce blending of sky colors. He also demonstrates why mixing under-painting color directly on the canvas -- versus pre-mixing a formula on the palette -- works best for this particular painting. 
Sep 30
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Shrinking is Good This episode explores felted designs or when shrinking your work is intentional. Eunny begins with a tutorial on felting. She discusses what yarns work best for this technique and demonstrates how to correctly measure your work and swatches before and after felting. Then, on the Accessorize Me segment Laura Bryant and Barry Klein look at diagonal miters. This fun technique adds unique shaping to your knitwear, and it's easy to do. Next, on Yarn Spotlight segment Clara Parkes and Eunny discuss tweed yarns and their implications for designing. Finally, Eunny wraps up with a quick tip on comparing and contrasting felted fabrics, such as felting cables and colorwork. 
Sep 30
5:00 AM
This is America & the World THIS IS AMERICA VISITS JAPAN, Part V: Life In Japan This week Dennis Wholey concludes his time in Japan by exploring many different aspects of life in Japan as it is today. Interviews examine everything from food, to the incredible network of trains in Japan and even includes a visit to the Tohoku region and the city of Ishinomaki to learn first-hand about the touching experiences of Japanese citizens during the tsunami 3 years ago. The program shows that life in Japan is tremendously diverse and that the country has a incredible amount to offer to its citizens and visitors. 
Sep 30
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.  
Sep 30
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 30
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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 30
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Exercising With Accessories Mary Ann introduces a variety of unique exercises incorporating a large ball during the warm up and a small ball for finger flexibility and strengthening. 
Sep 30
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Bugs or Monkeys? A miniaturized Martin wants to check out insects in the rainforest, but Chris wants to investigate the world of the Spider monkey. Chris wins when he puts "mini" Martin in his backpack and heads off through the treetops. Science Concept: Anatomy, locomotion (brachiation - arm swinging). 
Sep 30
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. 
Sep 30
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The A Long Winter's Nap/The Tree Doctor A Long Winter's NapSally and Nick are so excited to go ice skating tomorrow, that they can't fall asleep! Cat's friend Boris the Bear can help! Off they go to the Gleep-sneep Woods to learn how Boris gets ready to take his long winter's nap. Back at home, Nick and Sally follow Boris' advice, and, with the help of a bedtime story from Cat, they quickly fall asleep.Educational Objective: Hibernation - how black bears prepare for spending the winter months in a deep sleep.The Tree DoctorSally's little maple sapling hasn't grown any bigger! To discover why, The Cat in the Hat takes the kids to meet Dr. Twiggles. With the help of the doctor and his songs, Nick and Sally discover how trees "eat" - through their leaves and roots. They also learn that trees grow verrrry slowly. A few more years and their maple sapling will grow into a maple tree!Educational Objective: Tree Roots and Leaves - How roots and leaves provide nourishment for the trees - roots suck up water and leaves absorb the sunlight. From tiny seeds large trees grow, but they grow very slowly. 
Sep 30
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 
Sep 30
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Laura the Giganotosaurus/Dinosaur Poop! "Laura the Giganotosaurus"Buddy spends time with Laura Giganotosaurus, a large dinosaur who always rides the Dinosaur Train and, like Buddy, is a three-toed theropod! Buddy also discovers that Laura is an avid bird-watcher. "Dinosaur Poop!"Buddy and Tiny learn that all creatures poop, even really big dinosaurs. 
Sep 30
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Me Am What Me Am SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including multiple Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment.  
Sep 30
11:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Glacier Bay To Seward Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Alaska—from awe-inspiring Glacier Bay National Park to the colorful working boats of Seward. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Sep 30
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Colorful Illusions We often explore different ways to create unique surface effects with paints or dyes, and this episode's designers share some very interesting ways to add and take away color. First, Jo Fitsell presents a fabric marbling technique using stencils. Next, Jeannie Palmer Moore is back with a lesson on preserving the white! She shows us how to do resists on fabric using screen printing ink and then she brushes on color using dyes. We end today's show with another "Save my UFO" segment, where Pokey offers some ideas on saving an unfinished quilt. 
Sep 30
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.  
Sep 30
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.  
Sep 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."  
Sep 30
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Backyard Beekeeping (Seattle, Atlanta) We look at why bees are important and how backyard beekeepers are helping the environment while reaping the benefits of these important pollinators. 
Sep 30
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Cool-weather vegetable garden CENTRAL TEXAS GARDENER showcases exquisite Central Texas gardens and teaches how to have your own beautiful garden. Guests include growers, designers, nursery owners and authors. Visits to local gardens share homegrown stories and philosophies. Location footage captures inspiring ideas created by weekend gardeners on a budget, as well as techniques suggested by professional designers and landscape architects. 
Sep 30
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Roast Chickens Perfectly roasted chicken says Julia, is a tell-tale of a really good cook. Here are three ways to perfectly roast a chicken. Whether whole rack-roasted or trussed and stuffed under the skin with a savory shallot sauté, or butterflied and roasted with a delicate spice rub, each has a crispy golden brown skin and juicy meat that say, "Hmmm! Great chicken!" 
Sep 30
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia  Nancy Silverton, one of America's noted bread bakers, prepares twice-baked brioche, savory brioche pockets, pecan sticky buns and brioche tart with white secret sauce. 
Sep 30
4:30 PM
Sara's Weeknight Meals  Celebrity chef and food legend Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style to public television with a new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Twenty fast-paced and engaging half-hour episodes feature quick and delicious entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks.SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS marks Moulton's public television homecoming; in 1979, she worked behind-the-scenes with the original celebrity chef, Julia Child, in Julia Child and More Company. As one of the Food Network's defining personalities, Moulton has won over legions of admirers with her hit series Cooking Live and Sara' Secrets. The busy mother of two also serves as the longtime executive chef of Gourmet magazine, the food editor of ABC's Good Morning America and the author of two cookbooks. As Herma Rosenthal noted in TV Guide, "Other TV chefs may own famous restaurants and perform with theatrical flair, but Moulton's the one you can actually picture popping over to help you fix the lumpy gravy or the fallen souffle."As a working parent, Moulton understands the challenges of placing a nourishing meal on the table after a long day on the job. In SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, she shares her ideas for preparing flavorful, healthy food with minimal fuss. Based on her cookbook, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Moulton's series redefines dinner with fast, tasty and routine-breaking entrees. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." In addition, an international team of Moulton's culinary friends prove that easy weeknight dinners come without borders.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 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.  
Sep 30
6:56 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 30
7:00 PM
Dropping Back In Second Chances A new documentary series, "Dropping Back In" is part of the national adult education initiative Fast Forward. There are four half-hour programs. Each program features inspiring stories of former dropouts telling their personal stories, profiles of institutions and organizations that are forging innovative solutions, and leading experts discussing key issues. 
Sep 30
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Junk in the Trunk 2 "Junk in the Trunk 2" features never-before-seen appraisals from ROADSHOW's Season 16 tour. Travel with ROADSHOW through El Paso, Atlanta, Minneapolis and more to enjoy new appraisals such as a Missouri Regiment Colt Pistol worth more than $22,000, sapphire and diamonds from Tiffany, and Dr. Seuss' signature. 
Sep 30
9:00 PM
Hunter's Raid: Defending Hearth & Home During the bloodiest summer of the Civil War, a northern army was ordered to devastate the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Filmed on location, this three-time Emmy award-winning documentary tells the story of "Hunter's Raid" through the voices of the men and women who lived it. 
Sep 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."  
Sep 30
10:57 PM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Sep 30
11:00 PM
AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange  Tony-winning actress Anika Noni Rose hosts the new season of AFROPOP: THE ULTIMATE CULTURAL EXCHANGE, the innovative documentary series on contemporary life, art and pop culture in the African Diaspora. Four films introduce powerful stories: African boxers journey across the Atlantic to match their skills against the best in the world; a teenage girl travels to Ghana and an expatriate from Sierra Leone returns to his homeland, each hoping to dispel prevailing myths about the two countries; and, Hurricane Katrina victims find themselves refugees in their own country. 
Oct 1
12:00 AM
Cool Spaces!  COOL SPACES! : THE BEST NEW ARCHITECTURE profiles the most provocative and innovative public space architecture in North America. Each episode is organized around a central theme such as performance space or libraries, and within the hour, host and architect Stephen Chung demystifies architecture for viewers interested and eager to learn more. We think you'll be impressed with Stephen's presence, the stunning photography, and the fascinating stories in each episode. The series takes us to Brooklyn, Dallas, Kansas City, Las Vegas, New Haven, Phoenix, Seattle, Raleigh, Charlotte and Philadelphia.  
Oct 1
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Backyard Beekeeping (Seattle, Atlanta) We look at why bees are important and how backyard beekeepers are helping the environment while reaping the benefits of these important pollinators. 
Oct 1
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Cool-weather vegetable garden CENTRAL TEXAS GARDENER showcases exquisite Central Texas gardens and teaches how to have your own beautiful garden. Guests include growers, designers, nursery owners and authors. Visits to local gardens share homegrown stories and philosophies. Location footage captures inspiring ideas created by weekend gardeners on a budget, as well as techniques suggested by professional designers and landscape architects. 
Oct 1
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Alfred Portale Alfred Portale prepares Muscovy duck breast with Chinese spices, a meal that balances both sweet and strong flavors. He introduces viewers to the wide assortment of ducks available and demonstrates how to bone a duck. 
Oct 1
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Quail Gumbo and Dewberry Streusel Pie Quail Gumbo and Dewberry Streusel Pie 
Oct 1
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia  Nancy Silverton, one of America's noted bread bakers, prepares twice-baked brioche, savory brioche pockets, pecan sticky buns and brioche tart with white secret sauce. 
Oct 1
3:30 AM
Sara's Weeknight Meals  Celebrity chef and food legend Sara Moulton brings her signature warmth and informative style to public television with a new series, SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS. Twenty fast-paced and engaging half-hour episodes feature quick and delicious entrees designed to inspire and empower home cooks.SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS marks Moulton's public television homecoming; in 1979, she worked behind-the-scenes with the original celebrity chef, Julia Child, in Julia Child and More Company. As one of the Food Network's defining personalities, Moulton has won over legions of admirers with her hit series Cooking Live and Sara' Secrets. The busy mother of two also serves as the longtime executive chef of Gourmet magazine, the food editor of ABC's Good Morning America and the author of two cookbooks. As Herma Rosenthal noted in TV Guide, "Other TV chefs may own famous restaurants and perform with theatrical flair, but Moulton's the one you can actually picture popping over to help you fix the lumpy gravy or the fallen souffle."As a working parent, Moulton understands the challenges of placing a nourishing meal on the table after a long day on the job. In SARA'S WEEKNIGHT MEALS, she shares her ideas for preparing flavorful, healthy food with minimal fuss. Based on her cookbook, Sara's Secrets for Weeknight Meals, Moulton's series redefines dinner with fast, tasty and routine-breaking entrees. Episodes include: "Breakfast for Dinner," "Soup for Supper" and "The Substantial Sandwich." In addition, an international team of Moulton's culinary friends prove that easy weeknight dinners come without borders.  
Oct 1
4:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Glacier Bay To Seward Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Alaska—from awe-inspiring Glacier Bay National Park to the colorful working boats of Seward. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Oct 1
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Colorful Illusions We often explore different ways to create unique surface effects with paints or dyes, and this episode's designers share some very interesting ways to add and take away color. First, Jo Fitsell presents a fabric marbling technique using stencils. Next, Jeannie Palmer Moore is back with a lesson on preserving the white! She shows us how to do resists on fabric using screen printing ink and then she brushes on color using dyes. We end today's show with another "Save my UFO" segment, where Pokey offers some ideas on saving an unfinished quilt. 
Oct 1
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.  
Oct 1
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.  
Oct 1
5:57 AM
Head On  This point counter-point segment features Krista Kafer, Executive Director of the Colorado's Future Project, facing off with Former Denver City Councilwoman Susan Barnes-Gelt. Five segments rotate monthly, ranging from local to national issues. 
Oct 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.