Printable Monthly Program Listing (Full Schedule)

Channel 12.1 - CPT12 as of Oct 22, 2014 through Nov 22, 2014

Air DateProgramEpisodeDescription
Oct 22
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Get The Kinks Out The intense forms of Camel and Bridge get the kinks out of your shoulders and back while wonderfully stretching the front of your body. Stretch the groin in a Shoulderstand variation, and calm your nerves with Alternate Nostril Breathing. 
Oct 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.  
Oct 22
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Oct 22
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Breathing Mary Ann offers several techniques to develop healthy breathing habits. 
Oct 22
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Prairie Who? Episode Description: A twister surprises the Tortuga in flight - and all the gang abandons ship and gets separated out on the prairie. While searching for each other, the Wild Kratts Team discovers the amazing species that inhabit the Prairie. Science Concept: Prairies - and interconnectedness of species to create wildlife community specific to wildlife habitat. Indigenous species- species that are native to a habitat or area. 
Oct 22
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George, Spy Monkey/Castle Keep Curious George, Spy Monkey: Nothing is more fun for George than reading his spy book "Double-Oh Doggy." Unless of course he can become a real Double-Oh Monkey! George goes undercover and follows the Man with the Yellow Hat, trying to solve the mystery of what surprise the Man is going to buy for George. But in order to stay completely hidden George needs proper spy gear like "Double-Oh Doggy." So using recycled materials from home, George builds his very own periscope. George can now stay hidden from the Man as he trails him around town - but will the ever eager Charkie blow his cover? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn how mirrors can work as tools.Castle Keep: While George practices his golf swing, Bill shows him how a little leverage can send the ball high in the air - much to the dislike of Jumpy Squirrel in the tree! So when George and the Man with the Yellow Hat visit Uncle Tam in Scotland, George is very happy to be able to practice his swing at the Castle Golf Course. But then a pesky squirrel steals his ball and runs off, and George is sent on a wild chase throughout the castle. Luckily, he remembers the principle of leverage, and he's able to pry open windows, pull book cases, spin wheels to lower a bridge and ultimately accomplish the perfect swing not only to retrieve his ball, but to uncover a special family document that will keep the castle in the family's possession. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show how leverage (the action of a lever pivoting about a point) works. 
Oct 22
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Trick or Treat/King Cecil the Seahorse Trick or TreatIt's Halloween! The Cat in the Hat takes Sally and Nick trick or treating - his way! Around the world they go, meeting three new friends who teach them each of the tricks they do and share the treats that they like to eat. Back at home Nick and Sally are ready to go trick or treating, with plenty of new tricks to share!Educational Objective: To introduce the audience to the basic diets and behaviours of three fruit-loving animals. King Cecil the SeahorseSally is off to fight the "dragon!" But Nick wants to go, he doesn't want to stay and watch the baby princess, he wants to go on an adventure. The Cat explains that babies can be part of the adventure. Why don't they go meet King Cecil the Seahorse, he takes all his babies wherever he goes! Nick and Sally discover that taking care of babies is much more fun than fighting dragons.Educational Objective: Seahorse males make great moms! 
Oct 22
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 
Oct 22
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Junior Conductor Jamboree/Troodon Train Day Junior Conductor JamboreeOur kids ride the Dinosaur Train from one end of the line to the other, through all three Time Periods -- from the Cretaceous, through the Jurassic, to the Triassic. All along the way, they pick up friends who join them for a Junior Conductor Jamboree!Troodon Train DayThe Pteranodon family rides to Troodon Town to celebrate Troodon Train Day, where the main event is a concert by King Cryolophosaurus, giving his first performance in years! When King comes down with some last-minute jitters, Buddy and Tiny help him overcome his stage fright and he sings a medley of his hits, including the Dinosaur Train theme song! 
Oct 22
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Ernie's Dance Video Ernie changes his plan of making a dance video with everyone on Sesame Street as new steps are added. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Oct 22
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson And an Apple, 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. 
Oct 22
11:30 AM
Sew It All In the Bag, Linda Lum DeBono Incorporate different sewing techniques to create a one-of-a-kind purse. 
Oct 22
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.  
Oct 22
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.  
Oct 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."  
Oct 22
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Historic gardens can provide tremendous insight into gardening today. From plants utilized in the distant past to some of the newest and greatest plants available today, our GardenSMART experts provide lessons galore. 
Oct 22
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Nested Natural Edge Bowls Perfect for every home. Inspired bark accents. 
Oct 22
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Tijuana Round Table" There's a long heritage of good food in Tijuana: It has an amazing taco culture and is the birthplace of the Caesar salad. Today, Tijuana boasts one of the top culinary schools in the country and some of the best chefs in Mexico. Rick and three fellow food lovers dine at the ultra-modern Mision 19 located in Mexico's newest Leed Gold Certified building. Chef Javier Plascencia wows them with his creative twists on classic Mexican dishes such as braised beef short ribs wrapped in fresh fig leaves and served with black mole and kabocha foam. For starters, Chef Javier layers local tuna with nopales, chicharron and avocado meringue. Between bites, Rick and his guests discuss their own relationships with food, the expanding culinary scene in Tijuana and the future of Mexican food. 
Oct 22
3:30 PM
Taste This! Firebird TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
Oct 22
4:00 PM
Food Forward Seeds of Change Seeds represent hope, a new beginning. Amid battles over GMO crops and monocultures that dominate American farmlands, FOOD FORWARD travels to meet seed savers pursuing grassroots alternatives. From the dry deserts of Arizona to corn and soybean growers in Iowa and Illinois, genetic diversity does matter and the roots of change are taking hold. 
Oct 22
4:30 PM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Herb Show 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. 
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 22
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 22
7:00 PM
Walk in the Park with Nick Molle: Birds without Borders, A Naturalist Nick Molle learns how four birds-- Swainson's Thrush, Wilson's Warbler, the Yellow Warbler and the Western Tanager have the ability to thrive in two completely different ecosystems. Filmed on two continents, he visits Estes Park in Rocky Mountain National Park and Monteverdi (Costa Rica) in Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve, to better understand the birds' life cycles through their migratory patterns. Molle ventures into the coniferous forests of the Rocky Mountains and the lush tropical environs of Costa Rica with research biologists, park personnel, natural-history experts and conservationists to track the birds, with the goal of defining exact flight patterns and documenting changes in behavior. 
Oct 22
8:00 PM
Shoshone Wild Narrated by Peter Coyote, this program focuses on saving some of Wyoming's last, great wild places near Yellowstone National Park. It contains interviews from a cross section of folks throughout Wyoming and beyond that are passionate about saving wild places and wild things! 
Oct 22
8:30 PM
New Environmentalist, TheFrom Ithaca to the Amazon "From Ithaca to the Amazon" is the latest installment of the Emmy Award-winning series featuring inspiring portraits of six passionate and dedicated activists. These are true environmental heroes who have placed themselves squarely in harm's way to battle intimidating adversaries while building strong grassroots support. The New Environmentalists share a common goal - safeguarding the Earth's natural resources from exploitation and pollution, while fighting for justice in their communities. 
Oct 22
9:00 PM
Chihuly Outside CHIHULY OUTSIDE covers nearly half a century of Dale Chihuly's epic outdoor installations. The film chronicles Chihuly's first experiments with floating glass on water and using ice and neon, his early work at Art Park in Upstate New York and his decade-long exploration of large-scale installations at 12 of the world's preeminent botanic gardens and conservatories. Among many highlights, the hour-long documentary traces the development of Mille Fiori, a 56-foot "garden of glass" first exhibited in 2008 at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco, and his most recent work, Chihuly Garden and Glass, which opened May 2012 at the foot of Seattle's iconic Space Needle. What emerges is a portrait of an innovative artist always seeking new ways to adapt his medium to natural spaces, propelled by a desire to move, provoke and inspire viewers. CHIHULY OUTSIDE completes a trilogy of films exploring Chihuly's work, which began in 2008 with Chihuly in the Hotshop and continued with 2010's Chihuly Fire & Light. 
Oct 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."  
Oct 22
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 22
11:00 PM
Living with Parkinson's LIVING WITH PARKINSON'S reveals the realities of this progressive, degenerative and incurable brain disorder through the personal stories of those coping with it. In addition to covering The World Parkinson's Disease Congress in Montreal (October 2013), LIVING WITH PARKINSON'S also looks at the history of Parkinson's medical research, treatment strategies and the ongoing search for a cure. 
Oct 23
12:00 AM
Trial by Fire: Lives Re-Forged TRIAL BY FIRE: LIVES RE-FORGED honors the courage and strength of burn survivors as they reclaim their lives and dreams after the devastation of fire. The critically acclaimed documentary follows the journeys of ordinary people who transcend their injuries and discover unexpected insights along the way — a transformed worldview, deeper interpersonal connections, and a stronger commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. 
Oct 23
1:00 AM
Walk in the Park with Nick Molle: Birds without Borders, A Naturalist Nick Molle learns how four birds-- Swainson's Thrush, Wilson's Warbler, the Yellow Warbler and the Western Tanager have the ability to thrive in two completely different ecosystems. Filmed on two continents, he visits Estes Park in Rocky Mountain National Park and Monteverdi (Costa Rica) in Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve, to better understand the birds' life cycles through their migratory patterns. Molle ventures into the coniferous forests of the Rocky Mountains and the lush tropical environs of Costa Rica with research biologists, park personnel, natural-history experts and conservationists to track the birds, with the goal of defining exact flight patterns and documenting changes in behavior. 
Oct 23
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Tijuana Round Table" There's a long heritage of good food in Tijuana: It has an amazing taco culture and is the birthplace of the Caesar salad. Today, Tijuana boasts one of the top culinary schools in the country and some of the best chefs in Mexico. Rick and three fellow food lovers dine at the ultra-modern Mision 19 located in Mexico's newest Leed Gold Certified building. Chef Javier Plascencia wows them with his creative twists on classic Mexican dishes such as braised beef short ribs wrapped in fresh fig leaves and served with black mole and kabocha foam. For starters, Chef Javier layers local tuna with nopales, chicharron and avocado meringue. Between bites, Rick and his guests discuss their own relationships with food, the expanding culinary scene in Tijuana and the future of Mexican food. 
Oct 23
2:30 AM
Taste This! Firebird TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
Oct 23
3:00 AM
Food Forward Seeds of Change Seeds represent hope, a new beginning. Amid battles over GMO crops and monocultures that dominate American farmlands, FOOD FORWARD travels to meet seed savers pursuing grassroots alternatives. From the dry deserts of Arizona to corn and soybean growers in Iowa and Illinois, genetic diversity does matter and the roots of change are taking hold. 
Oct 23
3:30 AM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Herb Show 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. 
Oct 23
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson And an Apple, 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. 
Oct 23
4:30 AM
Sew It All In the Bag, Linda Lum DeBono Incorporate different sewing techniques to create a one-of-a-kind purse. 
Oct 23
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.  
Oct 23
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.  
Oct 23
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Oct 23
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Soothing Twist Give yourself a soothing back massage by moving your head and legs in opposite directions. The spinal twist is energizing, too! 
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 23
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Fit From Head to Toe This episode incorporates a variety of exercises ranging from vestibular system to feet and gait. 
Oct 23
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Praying Mantis Episode Description: Two Wild Kratts kids wake up to find the praying mantis cocoons they've been keeping in their room have hatched - they now have 200 babies! Sending out a Wild Kratts Alarm, the Tortuga rushes to help them, and return the baby mantises safely to the wild. Science Concept: Specialized features - as a bug hunter praying mantis have many specialized features including raptorial arms. 
Oct 23
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George, Web Master/The Big Sleepy Curious George, Web Master: While repainting the Endless Park statue for City Heritage Week, the Man's Yellow Hat blows away. While George races to recover his friend's treasure he stumbles across another - an elaborately spun spider web! Can a monkey become a web spinner and catch whatever he wants? George wants to try and he uses thread, rubber bands, tape and twine to create his own traps. The big test of his web spinning skills, however, comes back at the Park when stormy weather threatens both the Man's newly painted statue and the spider webs that inspired his web building in the first place. Can George find a way to use tarp and trees and become a true web master? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To show that humans often take ideas observed in nature and use them to develop products to meet their needs and wants.The Big Sleepy: Bill and George go fishing on a brisk fall day. Noticing that George is cold, Bill explains that if George were a bear he'd be able to hibernate - and thus skip the cold and sleep through the winter. George thinks this is a great idea! So he prepares for his own hibernation by eating everything in the house and decorating his room to resemble a dark cave to keep out all the light. But why isn't he tired? Maybe he could get to sleep if he could block out the noises, too. George discovers that pillows and extra blankets might be able to muffle animal noises, but what could possibly block out the Man with the Yellow Hat's tuba sound? EDUCATIONAL OBJECITVE: To explore various materials and their properties in order to block out light and sound from a room. To introduce the idea of hibernation. 
Oct 23
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Stripy Safari/Wool Stripy SafariNick and Sally set off on a safari with The Cat in the Hat to find all kinds of stripes. Along the way, Sally and Nick discover that stripes mean different things to different animals - the stripes of Jake the coral snake tells other animals to stay away, and Zelda and Zoran's zebra stripes help them to identify each other. And best of all, Cat discovers that his stripes are just right for him!Educational Objective: Stripes have different rolls in nature - as a warning to other creatures to stay away, to attract other creatures to them, or as individual distinguishing features. WoolNick wants to learn how to knit a scarf like Sally, but they've run out of wool! A visit to Finola's Farm is the perfect place to get more. The Cat, Nick, and Sally have fun helping Finola get the wool from Feleecia the sheep and then turning it into yarn. Now Sally can teach Nick how to knit his own scarf!Educational Objective: Following the process of making wool into yarn from sheep onward. 
Oct 23
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 
Oct 23
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. 
Oct 23
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Where's The Itsy Bitsy Spider? 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.  
Oct 23
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Oct 23
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy No-Hassle Triangles Quilt Blocks, Part 2 Make ¼-square and ½-square triangles without cutting a single triangle!Learn to make ¼-square triangles and modified ¼-square triangles—Nancy teaches an easy method where no actual triangles are cut, only squares. Quilt blocks featured in this program range from beginner to experienced levels including the ¼-Square Dance, Boy's Nonsense, Silent Star, Ohio Star, Star of Hope, and Card Trick blocks. 
Oct 23
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.  
Oct 23
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Dr. Ray Grainger - Growing a Business Ray Grainger is the CEO of Mavenlink. His company is designed to help small business grow. This is an overall look at how to start, grow and thrive in business. 
Oct 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."  
Oct 23
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  It's a good and full day on sea and land, first to harvest crab and sea urchin off the California coast. Then, with the catch in hand, prepare a feast with local farm workers who strive to maintain their traditions and culture while doing the hard labor of sustainable farming. Further up the coast, at Magnolia Farm in Oregon, learn the story of naturally raised lamb and a feast to celebrate it. In the Victory Garden, Roger checks on the endives and makes mulch; Chef Marian creates an artichoke appetizer. 
Oct 23
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table America's First Food P. Allen Smith visits Monticello, the home of our third president and first foodie. At Thomas Jefferson's home Allen heads to the garden to see what is being harvested for their annual festival. Allen also goes inside Monticello to see what a dining experience in the home would have been like in the early 1800s. 
Oct 23
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Fish Monger If you love to eat seafood but balk at preparing it at home, you'll welcome this lesson. Dave Pasternack, a renowned seafood chef based in New York City, joins Martha for a beginner's class on buying, butchering and storing fish. They then demystify boning a round or flat fish and cleaning a squid. Finally, Dave shares an easy-to-prepare recipe for crudo, his signature dish. 
Oct 23
3:30 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino The Ultimate Steak Dinner Nick visits the butcher and the pear orchard and prepares New York Steak with Vodka Martini Sauce and Pears in Marsala Wine Sauce. 
Oct 23
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Mackerel The Shiny Bounty of Summer Andreas visits the southern Norwegian resort town of Kristiansand, where the Norwegians flock every summer. Andreas goes fishing for mackerel and along the way, he cooks a variety of fish dishes, from fried sprats and mackerel sushi to the ultimate expression of Norwegian summer: grilled and smoked mackerel. 
Oct 23
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Cochem to Luxembourg" Burt cruises along the Mosel River with stops in Cochem and Bernkastel in the middle of the Mosel wine region. He also tours the city of Luxembourg and cooks with Lea Linster, one of Europe's leading chefs and a major television personality. 
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 23
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 23
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Special: World War II Our Trekkers visit many of the European sites that played a major role in World War II. From the forests of Compiegne in northern France to the island of Crete, where veterans and locals recount the first major airborne invasion by the Germans, this episode takes viewers on a haunting journey of discovery. Other locations include Nuremberg, Vienna, Dunkirk, the Italian town of Anzio, the Normandy beaches, Dresden, Berlin and Auschwitz. 
Oct 23
8:00 PM
NOVA Rise of the Hackers Our lives are going digital. We shop, bank and even date online. Computers hold our treasured photographs, private emails, and all of our personal information. This data is precious — and cybercriminals want it. Now, NOVA goes behind the scenes of the fast-paced world of cryptography to meet the scientists battling to keep our data safe. They are experts in extreme physics, math and a new field called "ultra-paranoid computing," all working to forge unbreakable codes and build ultra-fast computers. From the two men who uncovered the world's most advanced cyber weapon to the computer expert who worked out how to hack into cash machines and scientists who believe they can store a password in your unconscious brain, NOVA investigates how a new global geek squad is harnessing cutting-edge science — all to stay one step ahead of the hackers. 
Oct 23
9:00 PM
Thinking Money: The Psychology Behind our Best and Worst Financial Decisions THINKING MONEY: THE PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND OUR BEST AND WORST FINANCIAL DECISIONS leads viewers on an exploration of how and why people spend, save (or don't), and think about money. The United States is heading into a retirement crisis, led by debt-ridden Baby Boomers whose diminishing savings will not match their increasing longevity. To help Americans address this challenge, host David Coyne — a Washington, D.C.-based actor and comedian — travels the country and meets original thinkers mixing economics with psychology. Their enlightening and often amusing experiments into financial behavior illuminate how both the human brain and the marketplace can trick people into spending money. 
Oct 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."  
Oct 23
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 23
11:00 PM
Is School Enough? Examine a new frontier that could reshape education — the importance of breaking out of the classroom and connecting students to the wider world. This approach encourages young people to learn from what they care about most. As one expert puts it, school should not just be preparation for life — but "life itself." Featuring some of the nation's most forward-thinking educators, the program chronicles powerful stories that show that young people, when given the opportunity to participate in solving real problems and pursuing projects important to them, will excel. This new educational approach is to encourage students and schools to go beyond the classroom in order to help young people learn from what they care about most and try to make an authentic difference in the world. As one expert puts it: There's a new understanding that school should not just be preparation for life - but "life itself." Brown documents vivid examples of where this new philosophy is flourishing Students in Maine work with veterinary and ecology experts and digital apps to prepare a new home for a retired circus elephant. Young people worldwide use the online Harry Potter Alliance to launch meaningful social justice initiatives. A brilliant but bored teen crafts her own educational experience based on her passion for natural healing and yoga. A young man in Oakland produces state-of-the-art music videos to engage his community-and himself. Featuring some of the nation's most forward-thinking educators, Brown chronicles powerful stories, demonstrating how when you give young people the opportunity to participate in solving real problems and pursuing projects that are important to them, they will excel. 
Oct 24
12:00 AM
Thinking Money: The Psychology Behind our Best and Worst Financial Decisions THINKING MONEY: THE PSYCHOLOGY BEHIND OUR BEST AND WORST FINANCIAL DECISIONS leads viewers on an exploration of how and why people spend, save (or don't), and think about money. The United States is heading into a retirement crisis, led by debt-ridden Baby Boomers whose diminishing savings will not match their increasing longevity. To help Americans address this challenge, host David Coyne — a Washington, D.C.-based actor and comedian — travels the country and meets original thinkers mixing economics with psychology. Their enlightening and often amusing experiments into financial behavior illuminate how both the human brain and the marketplace can trick people into spending money. 
Oct 24
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  It's a good and full day on sea and land, first to harvest crab and sea urchin off the California coast. Then, with the catch in hand, prepare a feast with local farm workers who strive to maintain their traditions and culture while doing the hard labor of sustainable farming. Further up the coast, at Magnolia Farm in Oregon, learn the story of naturally raised lamb and a feast to celebrate it. In the Victory Garden, Roger checks on the endives and makes mulch; Chef Marian creates an artichoke appetizer. 
Oct 24
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table America's First Food P. Allen Smith visits Monticello, the home of our third president and first foodie. At Thomas Jefferson's home Allen heads to the garden to see what is being harvested for their annual festival. Allen also goes inside Monticello to see what a dining experience in the home would have been like in the early 1800s. 
Oct 24
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Fish Monger If you love to eat seafood but balk at preparing it at home, you'll welcome this lesson. Dave Pasternack, a renowned seafood chef based in New York City, joins Martha for a beginner's class on buying, butchering and storing fish. They then demystify boning a round or flat fish and cleaning a squid. Finally, Dave shares an easy-to-prepare recipe for crudo, his signature dish. 
Oct 24
2:30 AM
Cooking With Nick Stellino The Ultimate Steak Dinner Nick visits the butcher and the pear orchard and prepares New York Steak with Vodka Martini Sauce and Pears in Marsala Wine Sauce. 
Oct 24
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking Mackerel The Shiny Bounty of Summer Andreas visits the southern Norwegian resort town of Kristiansand, where the Norwegians flock every summer. Andreas goes fishing for mackerel and along the way, he cooks a variety of fish dishes, from fried sprats and mackerel sushi to the ultimate expression of Norwegian summer: grilled and smoked mackerel. 
Oct 24
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Cochem to Luxembourg" Burt cruises along the Mosel River with stops in Cochem and Bernkastel in the middle of the Mosel wine region. He also tours the city of Luxembourg and cooks with Lea Linster, one of Europe's leading chefs and a major television personality. 
Oct 24
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Oct 24
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy No-Hassle Triangles Quilt Blocks, Part 2 Make ¼-square and ½-square triangles without cutting a single triangle!Learn to make ¼-square triangles and modified ¼-square triangles—Nancy teaches an easy method where no actual triangles are cut, only squares. Quilt blocks featured in this program range from beginner to experienced levels including the ¼-Square Dance, Boy's Nonsense, Silent Star, Ohio Star, Star of Hope, and Card Trick blocks. 
Oct 24
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.  
Oct 24
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Dr. Ray Grainger - Growing a Business Ray Grainger is the CEO of Mavenlink. His company is designed to help small business grow. This is an overall look at how to start, grow and thrive in business. 
Oct 24
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Oct 24
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Yoga Glow WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 24
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Functional Fitness This episode includes exercises that promote healthy living and being able to perform daily activities with ease and without injury. Registered dietitian, Janell Buchkoski, challenges viewers with a weight management tip of the day. 
Oct 24
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Back in Creature Time - Part 2 Episode Description: After their encounter with the Dodo Bird, the Wild Kratts decide to try out Aviva's Time Trampoline again. This time to visit with the extinct Tasmanian Tiger. But their trip doesn't go as smoothly as they hoped. Not only do they run into the ancestors of Donita and Dabio - who are trying to get rid of all the Tasmanian tigers - but the Wild Kratts have to defeat Zach, who is hatching a plan to keep them trapped in the past forever! Science Concept: Extinction - different types of animals can go extinct and disappear from the planet in a number of ways - habitat loss, overhunting, etc. Once an animal goes extinct, it is lost forever. 
Oct 24
8:00 AM
Curious George King Doggie/The Lucky Cap King Doggie: When a limo pulls up to the doorman's lobby, the Princess of Bratvia steps out and scoops up Hundley, claiming that he is in fact a Royal Doggie! To verify this, the Princess's Aide measures him and sure enough, Hundley's head is three buckles high, his body is four stripes long and, most importantly, he has the purple mark of Bratvian royalty on his proud chest. So her Highness takes Hundley, a.k.a Barkington the Fifteenth, off to his new palace but soon the princely pup grows weary of luxury and longs for his old lobby. So it's up to his friend George to help convince the royals that Hundley, although very dignified, is just a regular dog of the people. True, Hundley's precise measurements are indeed those of a King Doggie - but could the leftover grape jelly on his chest be a clue to his real identity? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To understand how to use non standard units of measurement.The Lucky Cap: George's day goes from bad to worse. He spills a bowl of milk, gets caught in a torrential downpour, and just can't get past that seven square in hopscotch. But then the Man with the Yellow Hat gives George a new cap, and the moment George puts it on his misfortunes turn into windfalls - he finds a shiny quarter, gets a free shopping spree at Dolson's toy store, and wins his first hopscotch game ever! When the Man washes the hat, however, George's bad luck returns - it's shrunk so small that it barely fits on his head! Without the hat, George needs to figure out how to count to 25 in order to win Steve's Ultra Extreme Hopscotch Challenge. Will George discover that brainpower is a force more powerful than luck? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: To learn to count from 1 to 22. To learn to count back from 5 to 1. 
Oct 24
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The A Sweet Deal/King of Swing A Sweet DealSally and Nick are having a hard time getting customers to come to their "cafe." What can they do? The Cat takes them to meet Eddy the honeyguide bird. Eddy shows them how he guides humans to bees' nests by making noise and putting on a show. Back at home, Sally and Nick follow Eddy's example and proudly serve their first customer!Educational Objective: The Greater Honeyguide bird (a.k.a. Indicator indicator) cooperates with humans by leading them to bees' nests, so that they can share the food inside. King of SwingSwinging from a rope isn't so easy for Sally and Nick. Good thing the Cat knows the king of swing, Charlie the chimpanzee! In the Leafylafoo Rainforest, Charlie teaches them how to use their hands and feet to swing as they help him search for bananas, his favorite food! Back at home, Sally and Nick mimic Charlie and swing across the backyard to where Cat has a surprise snack waiting for them - bananas!Educational Objective: Chimpanzees (aka 'pan troglodytes') are much like humans; they groom themselves, make and use tools for a variety of purposes, and love to play! 
Oct 24
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 
Oct 24
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). 
Oct 24
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Number 15's Quinceañera Abby and Zoe learn how to compromise and give Number 15 the best quinceañera ever. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Oct 24
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Bird House Roger creates a painting of a small bird house using acrylics. Sarah visits the studio of artist Rolf Holmquist in Eastern North Carolina who creates fanciful and artistic birdhouses from recycled and found items. 
Oct 24
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3108 Tennessee Waltz pt 1 Eleanor shows how to make the Triangle in a Square Patch. 
Oct 24
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.  
Oct 24
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.  
Oct 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."  
Oct 24
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Okay Cupid 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. 
Oct 24
2:30 PM
On Story Re-imagining the Classics The writers of re-imagined classics and popular franchises such as GHOST, CHARLIE & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, TWINS and SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN deliberate how to keep stories fresh while remaining faithful to the original version. Accompanied by Spencer and Lloyd Harvey's short film JACK & JILL, a fresh take on the classic nursery rhyme that follows a young Australian girl who finds an inventive way to contact her father, a soldier stationed in New Guinea during WWII. 
Oct 24
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Thickening with Guest Susur Lee In this episode of Simply Ming - the key to making sauces - thickening. Ming demonstrates how to make a reduction and a roux. And joining him in the kitchen is Top Chef Masters culinary sensation, Susur Lee. Together Ming and Susur will cook on the fly, using mystery ingredients and the technique of thickening to serve up two tasty dishes: Chinese-Style Paella and Seared Chicken Breast Orzo Risotto with Endive Caper Salad. 
Oct 24
3:30 PM
MARTIN YAN'S TASTE OF VIETNAM  International culinary icon Martin Yan returns to public television for the first time since 2008 with a new series that explores the breathtaking landscape, colorful history, generous hospitality and delicious cuisine of Vietnam. Over the course of 26 episodes, Martin travels extensively throughout Vietnam, from its spectacular snow-capped mountains in the north to the intricate network of canals that make up the Mekong Delta in the south. In legendary Ha Long Bay, Martin visits schoolhouses constructed on water and surrounded by majestic limestone mountains that rise from the sea. In historical Hoi An, he admires streams of floating paper lanterns during the Moon Festival. He pays tribute to Vietnam's rich history, visiting ancient temples and monuments in Ninh Binh, and the imperial palaces in Hue. In Ho Chi Minh City, he joins in the morning commute, buzzing around town on the back of a motorcycle in search of breakfast.In Buon Ma Thout, he crosses a lake atop an elephant to reach a village where time seemingly has stood still. He tours coffee plantations, dragon fruit farms and organic vegetable co-ops. In Martin's customary hands-on style, he joins local farmers harvesting their rice crop, and fishermen casting their nets for shrimp, squid and other sea bounties. Each episode combines colorful location segments and studio cooking segments featuring Martin's impressive culinary skills and occasional visits from a talented Vietnamese chef. Martin treats viewers to a wide array of colorful and delicious recipes, from popular street vendor offerings to elegant dishes from the Imperial kitchen. 
Oct 24
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Dinner Dance or Swept Off My Feet Joanne starts her class with a challenge, presenting her French student Pascal three variations on the classic French sauce aioli. Then they are both swept off their feet by Joanne's twist on the classic combination of chicken and salad.Recipes: Aioli and Variations, "Oven-Fried" Chicken Legs, and Butter Lettuce and Avocado with Lime VinaigretteStudent: Pascal Molat, Principal Dancer, San Francisco Ballet 
Oct 24
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Seitan Picatta Supper" Host Laura Theodore prepares a satisfying company meal. Special guests: Dr. Pam Popper and Rachelle Carson-Begley. Menu features savory "Seitan Picatta," a vegan take on the traditional dish, served over "Brown Basmati Rice." On the side, "Petite Peas and Parsnips" add color and taste. For dessert, creamy and delicious "Vanilla, Maple and Cinnamon Tofu Pudding" whips up in just five minutes. 
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 24
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 24
7:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12'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.  
Oct 24
7:30 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.  
Oct 24
8:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Governor's Race Debate John Hickenlooper and Bob Beauprez square off in this special one hour debate. 
Oct 24
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.  
Oct 24
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.  
Oct 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."  
Oct 24
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 24
11:00 PM
Young Stars of Ballet The performance documentary YOUNG STARS OF BALLET peers into the insular world of ballet through the eyes of its rising stars. Each year, the Indianapolis City Ballet brings together the world's most promising ballet talent, who perform dance standards and contemporary works alongside principal dancers from the nation's top ballet companies. In spite of their age, these teen dancers from Australia, Russia, Japan, France, Italy and the United States hold themselves to extraordinarily high standards. Cameras go behind the scenes to capture their rigorous rehearsals and last-minute warm-ups as they prepare for their first paid dance job. The program concludes with Grand Defile, an elaborate finale performed by more than 100 young dancers. 
Oct 25
12:00 AM
Quilted Conscience; The THE QUILTED CONSCIENCE documents the beautiful and important story of a group of sixteen Sudanese-American girls - refugees from the genocide in their troubled homeland - who are thrust into a new life in Grand Island, Nebraska. It's a story of a quilters' guild of local white women, some of whom have had little previous contact with ethnic or racial minorities. It's a story of a famed African-American quilt maker who travels a thousand miles to help "stitch" the groups together by means of a culture-blend fabric-art project. Finally, it's a story about the making of a lovely wall-sized mural, composed of dozens of dramatic "Dreams & Memories" story panels created by the Sudanese girls with the help of the local women. 
Oct 25
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker Special: World War II Our Trekkers visit many of the European sites that played a major role in World War II. From the forests of Compiegne in northern France to the island of Crete, where veterans and locals recount the first major airborne invasion by the Germans, this episode takes viewers on a haunting journey of discovery. Other locations include Nuremberg, Vienna, Dunkirk, the Italian town of Anzio, the Normandy beaches, Dresden, Berlin and Auschwitz. 
Oct 25
2:00 AM
Simply Ming On the Road with Michael Schlow at Tico Buying local and buying fresh are key to great cooking. This week on Simply Ming, Chef Ming Tsai and longtime friend Boston Chef, Michael Schlow, go to Boston City Hall Plaza Farmer's Market for a little inspiration and then head back to Chef Schlow's restaurant, Tico, where they cook up two mouth-watering dishes: Red Tape Steak and a Double Lamb Chop with Pea Shoot-Beet Salad. 
Oct 25
2:30 AM
MARTIN YAN'S TASTE OF VIETNAM  International culinary icon Martin Yan returns to public television for the first time since 2008 with a new series that explores the breathtaking landscape, colorful history, generous hospitality and delicious cuisine of Vietnam. Over the course of 26 episodes, Martin travels extensively throughout Vietnam, from its spectacular snow-capped mountains in the north to the intricate network of canals that make up the Mekong Delta in the south. In legendary Ha Long Bay, Martin visits schoolhouses constructed on water and surrounded by majestic limestone mountains that rise from the sea. In historical Hoi An, he admires streams of floating paper lanterns during the Moon Festival. He pays tribute to Vietnam's rich history, visiting ancient temples and monuments in Ninh Binh, and the imperial palaces in Hue. In Ho Chi Minh City, he joins in the morning commute, buzzing around town on the back of a motorcycle in search of breakfast.In Buon Ma Thout, he crosses a lake atop an elephant to reach a village where time seemingly has stood still. He tours coffee plantations, dragon fruit farms and organic vegetable co-ops. In Martin's customary hands-on style, he joins local farmers harvesting their rice crop, and fishermen casting their nets for shrimp, squid and other sea bounties. Each episode combines colorful location segments and studio cooking segments featuring Martin's impressive culinary skills and occasional visits from a talented Vietnamese chef. Martin treats viewers to a wide array of colorful and delicious recipes, from popular street vendor offerings to elegant dishes from the Imperial kitchen. 
Oct 25
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Ticket to Provence Joanne and her student Sasha are transported to Provence using herbs, citrus, and garlic. Joanne begins with a bright fresh citrus salad and then working together they create a very classic country, yet refined, dish of braised cod with leeks and potato.Recipes: Citrus Salad with Mint and Red Onions, Cod Braised with Leeks, Potatoes and Thyme, and Roasted Garlic SlabStudent: Sasha Bernstein, Restaurant Consultant 
Oct 25
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Fabulous Fall Fare" Host Laura Theodore prepares a bountiful autumn meal. Special guests: T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D. and Rachelle Carson-Begley. Featuring produce from the local farm market, this colorful menu includes hearty "Cauliflower, Sweet Potato and Celery Chowder," filling "Butternut Squash with Apples and Cranberries," and flavorful "Kale with Creamy Walnut Sauce." 
Oct 25
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Bird House Roger creates a painting of a small bird house using acrylics. Sarah visits the studio of artist Rolf Holmquist in Eastern North Carolina who creates fanciful and artistic birdhouses from recycled and found items. 
Oct 25
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3108 Tennessee Waltz pt 1 Eleanor shows how to make the Triangle in a Square Patch. 
Oct 25
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.  
Oct 25
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.  
Oct 25
6:00 AM
Caillou After Dark! Things get a little scary today. Caillou and his new neighbours, Jason and Jeffery, are playing hide and go seek in the backyard, until dusk brings out the shadows. A flashlight and Mommy help chase the shadows away. That evening, Caillou can't fall asleep when he hears scary "scratchy monster" noises and thinks there's a monster in his room. Daddy shows him that a tree branch brushing against the window is making the noises and the only monster in Caillou's room is Gilbert. Later, a bad dream about a scary monster leads to a restless night for Caillou. Mommy and Daddy help him learn to fall asleep safely in his own bed. And, finally, when Caillou sleeps over at Leo's house for the first time, he has fun until it's time to go to sleep. A phone call to Mommy reminds Caillou that Teddy was looking forward to spending the night. Together they rest easily. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: Children will learn to be comfortable with the dark. Though night time shadows make things look strange and scary and bad dreams sometimes interfere with sleep, reassurances from mummy and daddy and cuddles with favorite stuffed animals will help make everything comfortable and familiar again. Once they're really cozy, children can get a good night's sleep and feel refreshed and rested and raring to go the next day. 
Oct 25
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder The Big Dino Dig Special - Part 3 Educational Objective: Learn the importance of being a team playerMuck's Track to Trouble Today's job is to build a railway that will travel around the Dinosaur Fun Park. Scoop, Muck and Scratch are asked to dig out the route, and lay the track. Muck hits a rock that is large and oddly fin-shaped, which forces him to build a rickety bridge over it! A test run begins and as soon as the train is on its way, the rickety bridge begins to crumble! Faced with disaster, Muck swallows his pride and asks for help from the others. Together, they manage to fix the rickety bridge, before it collapses into a pile of rocks and timber!Scratch recognizes the fin-shaped rocks are part of a huge Stegosaurus skeleton! Muck and the other diggers excavate the skeleton and construct a properly designed bridge. When Tony Toberomi gives the train its first passenger test, the Stegosaurus Bridge is the highlight of the ride!A Dinosaur for Scratch It's the last day of the Dinosaur Fun Park build. The team is building a fence around the park and turning the huge Diplodocus skeleton into the gate.Bob and Wendy assign Scratch important jobs. But Scratch isn't convinced and slips away to search for his own dinosaur skeleton. Rubble is horrified when he sees he hasn't done any of his jobs! With Rubble's help, Scratch realizes that the most important thing about being on a team is doing your jobs! Finally, Bob and the others reveal they've been building Scratch his very own dinosaur - the Scratchosaurus! To show Scratch just how much they love having him on their team! 
Oct 25
7:00 AM
Curious George Scaredy Dog/Say Goodnight, George Scaredy Dog: Its time to store away some of George's toys in the basement, so George and Hundley venture into the deep downstairs - only to find themselves being scared off by a Big Creepy Noise they keep hearing. Where is it coming from? Could it be an evil robot... or a monster with a blender?! When even the Man and the Doorman get spooked, George and Hundley decide to be brave and use George's toy tape recorder and microphone to try and locate and de-code the sound. Will the terrified twosome ever find the source... or will the Noise find them first? EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To explore how the volume and clarity of a sound may change depending on one's distance from the source of the sound, and/or by covering or muffling the sound (covering one's ears for example.) To introduce tools that are used to copy (tape player) or magnify (megaphone) sound. Say Goodnight, George: George is out playing ball when the Man with the Yellow Hat calls him in for bedtime. But who can sleep when the sun is still out? The Man explains that in spring there's more daylight, so it's lighter at bedtime. And when he shows George how to set a clock, George likes this idea so much he takes time into his own hands and changes the clocks to accommodate his monkey play schedule. But now the Man is always late to his appointments to meet Mr. Ruffweek, the blimp owner - and if George doesn't set time straight again the two may miss a fun opportunity of a lifetime. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES: To introduce the idea of increasing hours of daylight in summer months relative to winter months. To provide specific information about clocks as a way to measure time; how clock time can be adjusted, how alarms can be set, and different types of clocks. 
Oct 25
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Help With Kelp/Treetop Tom Help With KelpIt's Fish's birthday and Nick and Sally want to get him a special present, but who can they ask for ideas? Cat's friend Gary the Garibaldi fish might have an idea! Off to the Briny Blue Sea where they meet a variety of creatures in a kelp forest who use the kelp for both food and protection. Back at home they make a picture of the kelp forest for Fish. It's the best present he could ever hope for!Educational Objective: Exploring the wonderful variety of animals that depend upon underwater forests of giant kelp. Treetop TomNick and Sally are playing when their ball gets caught up high in the branches of a tree. Oh how they wish they were tall! Being tall is something Cat's friend Treetop Tom knows all about. They meet the giraffe in the So Sunny Savannah, and with the help of Cat's "tallerizers", Nick and Sally are as tall as Tom! They soon learn that being small has its benefits, and luckily, Cat has stilts so he can get their ball out of the tree back at home.Educational Objective: Seeing the world through the eyes of the tallest mammal on earth - the giraffe. 
Oct 25
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Circus Problem/The Buried Treasure Problem The Circus Problem - The Circus. When Peg and Cat find themselves in the center ring, they climb, swing, swoop and juggle their way over amazing heights and lengths.Primary Content: Measuring height, measuring lengthSecondary Content: Counting by twosThe Buried Treasure Problem - Pirate Island. Peg and Cat measure their way to buried treasure using Cat as a measuring stick!Primary Content: Non-standard units of measurementSecondary Content: Mapping 
Oct 25
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. 
Oct 25
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Tricks and Tales Bill or Ben?Connor is a new engine to the island of Sodor, so when Bill and Ben see him for the first time they decide to play a trick on him and pretend to be able to go faster than him. But it's really Bill at one end of the race and Ben at the other. When Connor tries to race them again he nearly has an accident. Sir Topham Hatt is cross and sends Bill to be repainted so that he and Ben don't look the same and can't play tricks anymore, but Bill and Ben still have one last trick up their funnels!Educational Objectives: Making new friends; forgiving othersNot Now, CharlieCharlie is the small purple engine who likes to tell jokes. One day Charlie discovers an elephant on the line and tries to alert the other engines, but they all think he is joking. Finally Charlie alerts the Sodor Search and Rescue Center where Harold takes him seriously. Then, with Harold's help, Charlie finally recovers the elephant and returns it to the Sodor Animal Park. Charlie soon proves that he's not always just the joker; he is in fact a Really Useful Engine!Educational Objectives: Making meaningful contributions; helping others; coping with failure; flexible thinking 
Oct 25
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina and Roquefort's Rhythmic Ghost / Angelina's Lunch Table Angelina and Roquefort's Rhythmic GhostWhen Gracie hears a mysterious tapping in Roquefort Hall, she is afraid that the place is haunted. But soon Gracie, Angelina, Vici, and AZ are inspired to tap and hip hop to the sound, building on the rhythmic pattern each time they dance. With a little help from Ms. Mimi, they learn the truth about the "ghost" of Roquefort Hall!Educational Objective: • To introduce tap and hip hop dance Angelina's Lunch TableAll of Angelina's friends are vying for her individual attention. During chorus, they all want to be her partner, and at lunch time they want to share their various projects with her. When they can't all fit at the same lunch table, Gracie's feelings end up being hurt. Angelina realizes that by working together as a group, just like they do in a chorus, she can create harmony and be a good friend to all. Educational Objectives: • To show how a chorus of singers must work together to create the right sound• To demonstrate the joy of singing 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. 
Oct 25
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood A Snowy Day/Tutu All the Time A Snowy Day: It's snowing in the Neighborhood! Miss Elaina is coming over to Daniel's house to play in the snow. When it's time to go outside, Mom Tiger helps Daniel change out of his pajamas into clothes that will keep him warm and he learns how important it is to choose the proper clothes.Tutu All the Time: Katerina is wearing her favorite sparkly tutu at school today! She likes to wear it all the time, even when she's painting and playing "grizzly bear" with her friends. But she soon learns how important it is to choose the proper clothes for the things you want to do.Theme: Getting DressedStrategy: Think about what you're going to do, then pick the clothes that are right for you. 
Oct 25
10:30 AM
Super Why! The Ugly Duckling: Becoming a Swan The Ugly Duckling: Becoming a Swan - Pig is too big for his bed and his sneakers are pinching his feet - what is going on? The superhero readers zoom into the story of The Ugly Duckling: Becoming a Swan, and meet a little guy who is experiencing growing pains of his own. Super Why and his friends help Duckling accept himself as he is while Pig learns an important lesson about the benefits of getting bigger. Educational Objectives: To learn about getting bigger. Young viewers will build the alphabet and identify the letters B, I, G, N, E, S, and T. They'll also practice the magic of spelling and use the power to read to change the story. 
Oct 25
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS    
Oct 25
11:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Jordan: Petra, Royal Stables & Dead Sea This episode highlights some of the best of classic Jordan, including Petra, Aqaba, Wadi Mujib and the Dead Sea. Darley begins with a visit to the magical city of Petra, where she and her local guide Ibrahim explore by camel, foot and horseback, riding in the lesser-visited suburb of Little Petra and passing through the siq to catch the Treasury, made famous in the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in the morning light. Darley learns about the local legends surrounding the Treasury and its contents, as she rides a camel by the Treasury. Next, Darley meets a longtime Petra resident, Marguerite van Geldermalsen. A New Zealander who fell in love with a Bedouin and lived in a cave in Petra for over 20 years, Marguerite shares her unique insight on Petra and Bedouin culture from the eyes of an outsider/ From Petra, Darley travels the Dead Sea Highway to the Dead Sea, where she floats in the mineral-rich waters at the lowest point on earth. Darley hikes Wadi Mujib, a huge water-filled canyon known to adventure travelers as an ultimate hike. Within Wadi Mujib, Darley is challenged to rappel down a waterfall, scale rocks and float through the canyon's corridors. Next, Darley heads to the desert, where she camps with local Bedouins and explores the stunning canyons, dunes and petroglyphs of Wadi Rum on Arabian horses. On a break from the desert, Darley travels to the Gulf of Aqaba, bordered by Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to snorkel above Aqaba's colorful reef. 
Oct 25
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.  
Oct 25
12:30 PM
Autoline The Charge of the Battery Brigade As the auto industry continues to explore new and different ways to power cars and trucks, engineers keep coming back to the good old battery. With the days of GM's EV1 seeming like ancient history even though it's only about 20 years old or so, today's batteries are light years better. And on today's panel John McElroy is joined by three experts: Ann Marie Sastry from Sakti3, LG's Prabhakar Patil and Brett Smith from the Center for Automotive Research. 
Oct 25
1:00 PM
Daytripper; The Denton, TX It's no secret that Texas is big. Alright, more than big. Texas is HUGE!! And exploring Texas ain't no small vacation, it's a lifetime endeavor. But what if you only have one day? Well that's where we come in. From the well-known landmarks to the completely obscure dives and hideaways - and all within a day's reach.We created The Daytripper to inspire folks to get out and explore the Lone Star State. Sure, national travel shows are entertaining, but that's where they stop. The Daytripper is all about destinations in Texas, which means you can visit whenever you want. So, I'll see you on the road. This is THE DAYTRIPPER! 
Oct 25
1:30 PM
Peregrine Dame, The Return to Thula Thula Rachel arrives at Thula Thula, a wild game reserve in Zululand, South Africa, at the invitation of conservationist Lawrence Anthony, only to find that circumstances have drastically changed at Thula. 
Oct 25
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Many Faces of Los Cabos, Mexico Award-winning travel journalist and author Joseph Rosendo shares his personal perspective on cultural tourism from spots close to home as well as exotic locations.  
Oct 25
2:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations for the ultimate dining experience. In the second season of the award-winning series, Australian chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, traveling to New Orleans, Maine, Chicago, California and other locations across the United States to meet the best chefs in the area and cook a delicious meal that incorporates local and seasonal ingredients. He goes night fishing, encounters alligators, visits vineyards and orchards, and tries out new recipes — all with the aim of inspiring viewers to cook bright food in their own kitchens. In 2014, MOVEABLE FEAST received a Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Culinary Program." 
Oct 25
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World    
Oct 25
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Munich and the Foothills of the Alps In Munich, where locals specialize in good living, we visit boisterous markets and go for Baroque palaces...while office workers surf in the Isar River. Heading into the foothills of the Alps, we take a spin around a Maypole; drop by Oberammergau-the Shirley Temple of Bavarian villages; and tour the fairy-tale castles of "Mad" King Ludwig. After hiking up to a desolate ruined castle, we soar even higher in a glider over the Tyrol. 
Oct 25
4:00 PM
Globe Trekker Special: World War II Our Trekkers visit many of the European sites that played a major role in World War II. From the forests of Compiegne in northern France to the island of Crete, where veterans and locals recount the first major airborne invasion by the Germans, this episode takes viewers on a haunting journey of discovery. Other locations include Nuremberg, Vienna, Dunkirk, the Italian town of Anzio, the Normandy beaches, Dresden, Berlin and Auschwitz. 
Oct 25
5:00 PM
Masterpiece Miss Marple, Season 7: Endless Night Miss Marple befriends Mike, a charming chauffeur who recounts his romance with Ellie. Despite warnings from a gypsy woman, they plan their dream home at a local spot known as Gypsy's Acre. Not long after the young couple weds, Ellie is thrown from her horse and dies, fueling speculation of a gypsy curse. Following two more suspicious deaths, Miss Marple begins to sort out the clues, but can she solve the mystery before she finds herself in danger? Tom Hughes ("Silk") and Joanna Vanderham ("The Paradise") co-star. 
Oct 25
6:30 PM
Understanding Healthcare with Paula Zahn With the combination of the roll out of the Affordable Care Act and the shift of Baby Boomers into their retirement years, it is more important than ever to get back the basics on health care. Most people understand that the health care landscape has changed, but many questions remain. How do our health care options change as we get older? What are the best questions to ask when seeking out a plan? For those who are just getting the hang of Medicare, what needs to be re-learned in the wake of the ACA? Hosted by Paula Zahn, Healthcare in America will explore the ins and outs of health care in America, answering vital questions and educating consumers about the facts. Meet the Experts: A. Mark Fendrick, MD is a Professor of Internal Medicine and Health Management and Policy in the Medical School and School of Public Health at the University of Michigan. He is also the co-editor in chief of the American Journal of Managed Care. James Firman is President and CEO of the National Council on Aging, the nation's leading nonprofit service and advocacy organization representing older adults and the community organizations that serve them. 
Oct 25
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits The Steve Miller Band/Preservation Hall Jazz Band ACL presents great American music with the Steve Miller Band and the PreservationHall Jazz Band. Miller performs classic blues tunes as well as his hits. The PHJB presentsclassic New Orleans jazz with special guests the Del McCoury Band and Jim James ofMy Morning Jacket. 
Oct 25
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den Jason Mraz Historic Los Angeles theater Royce Hall, located on the UCLA campus, provide a spectacular backdrop for Jason Mraz's taping of Live From The Artist's Den. Accompanied by the four members of LA folk-rock band Raining Jane, Mraz revisited old favorites like "Hello, You Beautiful Thing" and "I Won't Give Up" and previewed new material from his upcoming album YES!,. The focus was on the collaborations with Raining Jane, who wrote and recorded YES! with Mraz. The set was punctuated by classic Mraz hit, "I'm Yours," which earned evocative responses from the 1700-person crowd. 
Oct 25
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Rossonian / Hippie Man 2014   
Oct 25
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 4: Jessi OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by SHEL, In the Whale, Covenhoven, Jesse Manely, Esme Patterson and Steel & Colfax. OpenAir's Jessi Whitten will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Oct 25
10:00 PM
Now Playing Mike Marchant, Part 1 This locally-produced live music & interview series showcases independent music artists in Colorado. Each episode includes a mix of live performances and artist interviews.  
Oct 25
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Lucinda Williams Winner of Grammys for Best Country Song and Best Contemporary Folk Album and an enormous presence in the diversified world of deep, literary songwriters, Williams is a groundbreaking, truly unapologetic architect of that simmered blend of country, blues, folk, off-the-shoulder rock 'n' roll that has been born as the Americana genre. Mainstream Nashville knows her as the writer of Mary Chapin Carpenter's hit "Passionate Kisses," but this highly acclaimed, independent songsmith can — and will — do it all ... her way. 
Oct 25
11:00 PM
Front And Center Counting Crows FRONT AND CENTER returns for a fourth season with the series' eclectic signature of industry veterans mixed with a new generation of chart-toppers. The lineup of 10 episodes includes an Oscar-nominated rock band, guitar legends and, for the first time, country hit-makers. Taped in New York City at the McKittrick Hotel, the Iridium and the Highline Ballroom, this season includes one-of-a-kind performances by Keith Urban, Counting Crows, John Hiatt, Richie Sambora, Joe Satriani, Richard Thompson, The Fray, Paul Rodgers and the Memphis Sessions players singing the music of Stax Records, Lady Antebellum and an episode taped in Nashville during the Country Music Association Songwriters Series. 
Oct 26
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's Gretchen Peters Peters' own voice and guitar playing have been at the core of her music since she started performing in the Boulder, Colorado folk circuit as a teenager. Inspired by Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell and a new generation of songwriters rising out of Nashville that included Steve Earle, Nanci Griffith and Rodney Crowell, Peters relocated to Music City in the late 1980s. Initially she found Nashville inspiring. "Being in a place where you can hear so many good songwriters perform their work on just an acoustic guitar really made me understand the anatomy of songs in a way I didn't until I moved here," Peters relates. "Just listening closely to other people who were good at their craft shaped me as a writer." 
Oct 26
12:30 AM
Music Voyager "Aegean Beats of Turkey" Few beaches combine the natural beauty, local cuisine, dynamic culture, nightlife and history like Izmir, Turkey. Each summer, the popular beach resort region on the eastern end of the Aegean Sea hosts live music performances and some of Istanbul's top DJs. Here, host Jacob Edgar meets Can Bonomo, Turkey's recent entry to the Eurovision Song Contest and a teen heartthrob, who recommends his favorite street food vendor and pickle juice stand. After windsurfing and exploring the ancient ruins of Ephesus, Jacob connects with Huseyin Karadayi, one of Turkey's most popular DJs. Karadayi reveals the secrets of Turkish techno and shows his favorite Istanbul restaurant and music store. 
Oct 26
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Rossonian / Hippie Man 2014   
Oct 26
1:30 AM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 4: Jessi OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by SHEL, In the Whale, Covenhoven, Jesse Manely, Esme Patterson and Steel & Colfax. OpenAir's Jessi Whitten will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Oct 26
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits The Steve Miller Band/Preservation Hall Jazz Band ACL presents great American music with the Steve Miller Band and the PreservationHall Jazz Band. Miller performs classic blues tunes as well as his hits. The PHJB presentsclassic New Orleans jazz with special guests the Del McCoury Band and Jim James ofMy Morning Jacket. 
Oct 26
3:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den Jason Mraz Historic Los Angeles theater Royce Hall, located on the UCLA campus, provide a spectacular backdrop for Jason Mraz's taping of Live From The Artist's Den. Accompanied by the four members of LA folk-rock band Raining Jane, Mraz revisited old favorites like "Hello, You Beautiful Thing" and "I Won't Give Up" and previewed new material from his upcoming album YES!,. The focus was on the collaborations with Raining Jane, who wrote and recorded YES! with Mraz. The set was punctuated by classic Mraz hit, "I'm Yours," which earned evocative responses from the 1700-person crowd. 
Oct 26
4:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Joan Osborne   
Oct 26
5:00 AM
Backstage Pass Mustard Plug Ska-punk dance party music. Recorded live in performance at Albert White Auditorium in East Lansing. 
Oct 26
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.  
Oct 26
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.  
Oct 26
7:00 AM
TV Mass for the Homebound  The Archdiocese of Denver began producing the Televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can't be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver's longest running local television program.The Televised Mass is a 30-minute liturgy, prerecorded in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.Recording of the Televised Mass presently takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  
Oct 26
7:30 AM
Misa por TV para los confinados al hogar  Misa por TV para los confinados al hogarThe Archdiocese of Denver began producing the Televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can't be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver's longest running local television program.The Televised Mass is a 30-minute liturgy, prerecorded in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.Recording of the Televised Mass presently takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  
Oct 26
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Tree Problem/Another Tree Problem The Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. When Cat is stuck in a tree, Peg needs to figure out how to get him down using three giant gifts.Primary Content: Spatial sense, solving a puzzleSecondary Content: Direction, positionAnother Tree Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. When Cat is stuck in a tree again Peg has to find a different way to get him down.Primary Content: Ordering objects by heightSecondary Content: Ordinal numbers 
Oct 26
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Junior Conductor Jamboree/Troodon Train Day Junior Conductor JamboreeOur kids ride the Dinosaur Train from one end of the line to the other, through all three Time Periods -- from the Cretaceous, through the Jurassic, to the Triassic. All along the way, they pick up friends who join them for a Junior Conductor Jamboree!Troodon Train DayThe Pteranodon family rides to Troodon Town to celebrate Troodon Train Day, where the main event is a concert by King Cryolophosaurus, giving his first performance in years! When King comes down with some last-minute jitters, Buddy and Tiny help him overcome his stage fright and he sings a medley of his hits, including the Dinosaur Train theme song! 
Oct 26
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Line Leader Daniel/Neighborhood Jobs Line Leader Daniel: The children are getting new classroom jobs at school. Daniel really wants to be line leader! When he doesn't get the job he wanted, Daniel is disappointed. Soon he learns that all of the jobs are necessary to keep the classroom running smoothly.Neighborhood Jobs: Daniel and Mom Tiger are visiting the library today. Unfortunately, X the Owl isn't feeling very well and needs to go to the doctor. Daniel learns the importance of all the Neighborhood jobs when he and Mom Tiger fill in as librarian for X so he can go see Dr. Anna.Theme: JobsStrategy: Everyone's job is important, we all help in different ways. 
Oct 26
9:30 AM
Super Why! The Muddled-Up Fairytales The Muddled-Up Fairytales - Everyone is busy and Whyatt doesn't know what to do with himself! So Super Why and his friends fly into the story Muddled Up Fairytales where they visit a young dragon new to Fairytale Land who is eager to find a legend of his own. But when Dragon tries to move in with The Three Pigs, he sets off a wacky chain of events that turns the whole land upside down! The superhero readers need to help Dragon find his Happily Ever After!Educational Objectives: To learn the fun of creativity, explore the alphabet, practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to create a brand new story! 
Oct 26
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Getting a Shot: You Can Do It! Sid is super excited because his Grandma is coming to school! Grandma is a nurse, so she'll be giving everyone the new flu vaccination. Sid and his friends are a little hesitant to get the shot, and they have lots of questions about the vaccination and what it does inside their bodies. Grandma and Susie team up to explain the science of how a vaccination works, and then Grandma kicks in with a special song that makes getting a vaccination super easy!Educational Objective: Vaccinations are one important way for children, parents, and the whole community to stay safe and healthy. And even though getting a shot might hurt a little, it helps keep the body healthy and active for a long time 
Oct 26
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts Prairie Who? Episode Description: A twister surprises the Tortuga in flight - and all the gang abandons ship and gets separated out on the prairie. While searching for each other, the Wild Kratts Team discovers the amazing species that inhabit the Prairie. Science Concept: Prairies - and interconnectedness of species to create wildlife community specific to wildlife habitat. Indigenous species- species that are native to a habitat or area. 
Oct 26
11:00 AM
Arthur The Blackout / Mei Lin Takes a Stand The BlackoutIt's the hottest day in Elwood City, when a total blackout leaves its residents without any electricity. Will Arthur and DW survive without AC and TV? Luckily, the Molina family steps in to teach the Reads a lesson on how to keep cool and have fun as a community even under the toughest of weather conditions!Educational Objective: The Read Family learns about the importance of conserving energy around the house to prevent an electrical blackout. They also learn how to respond when there is an energy crisis.Mei Lin Takes a StandBinky's baby sister Mei-Lin isn't keen on learning to walk and would rather stick to crawling. But then Baby Kate and Pal's flea friends, brothers Sale and Pepe, return to Elwood City and share a tale of a little princess in the land of "Hanzan-Niis" who learns to walk in order to save her beloved court jester. Will Mei Lin be inspired to take a stand or continue to stumble? Educational Objective: Mei-Lin learns the importance of working at things that may be hard for you to do. 
Oct 26
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks The Martha Show (Pts. 1 & 2) The Martha Show, part 1 Martha has been offered a chance to host a children's TV show with her friends! The gang tries to agree on the perfect kid's show (1st of two parts).Vocabulary(E) genre(s), drama(tic)(s), educational, merchandise, style, comed(y)(ies)(ic)(I) co-star, medical, program(s), watch, scriptThe Martha Show, part 2 Having your own kid's show is more complicated than Martha expected. Our talking dog comes up with a whale of a show. But is her new partner - or TV - ready for it? (2nd of two parts)Vocabulary(E)pilot, imaginative, suspense, depict(ing)(ion)(ed)(I) duo, viewers, children('s), pirate(s), whale 
Oct 26
12:00 PM
This Old House Charlestown Project 2014 Wood and Water Richard stops by the Charlestown Navy Yard to see a special guest arrive — the last wooden whaling ship in the world, the Charles W. Morgan, built c.1840. Tom shows Norm the progress on the approved dormer and how he's waterproofing its low slope roof. Inside, insulation is in and wallboard is going up. Out back, to tie in the new work with the old house, mason Mark McCullough installs a reclaimed brick veneer on the new kitchen bump out. Kevin checks on the kitchen design details, and Norm and Tom replace the fake shutters with operable shutters made of durable fiberglass and PVC. (Part 4 of 8) 
Oct 26
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Roger educates Kevin on beneficial insects. Tom resizes a front door that gets stuck on carpet every time it's opened. Richard repairs an outdoor garden faucet. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Oct 26
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Brackets Discover the secrets for cutting, tooling and finishing some massive architectural brackets for the home's exterior. 
Oct 26
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  Historic gardens can provide tremendous insight into gardening today. From plants utilized in the distant past to some of the newest and greatest plants available today, our GardenSMART experts provide lessons galore. 
Oct 26
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  In upstate New York, learn about the devastating impact on local farmers by Hurricane Irene and the importance and role of CSAs in helping them weather the storm. Chef Daniel demonstrates how to make some wonderful side dishes with farm-to-table ingredients. Then, ride the river in Peoria, Illinois, to catch the sustainable Asian carp. Back at the Victory Garden, Roger plants eggplant and Chef Marian makes a Chinese cabbage salad. 
Oct 26
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Going Underground Get your shovel and trowel ready. P. Allen Smith is getting down and dirty in this episode of Garden to Table. Allen is pulling root vegetables out of the ground and putting them on a plate. Allen demonstrates a gorgeous tablescape idea for your next brunch. 
Oct 26
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World "The Dirt on Healthy Soil / Creating a Healthy Garden" (Formerly "Restaurant Far GROWING A GREENER WORLD blends the latest trends in eco-friendly living with traditional gardening know-how.  
Oct 26
3:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Understanding Hemophilia and Hemophilia B 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. 
Oct 26
4:00 PM
LIttle League: A History Narrated by legendary baseball broadcaster Vin Scully, LITTLE LEAGUE: A HISTORY traces the 75-year history of the world's largest organized youth sports program, from its humble beginnings in Williamsport, Penn. to its current status as a worldwide phenomenon. Past and present Little League players, administrators, coaches, umpires, and others reflect on the role Little League played on their lives. Notable interviewees include: President George W. Bush, NASA Space Shuttle Commander Story Musgrave, Major League Baseball (MLB) Commissioner Allan "Bud" Selig, former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Peter O'Malley, Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon, former MLB pitcher Mike Mussina, Cincinnati Reds player Todd Frazier, and MLB's official historian, John Thorn. LITTLE LEAGUE: A HISTORY also includes interviews with the family members of Little League founder Carl Stotz; Carolyn King, whose 1973 lawsuit against Little League contributed to the league's landmark policy reversal of prohibiting girls from playing Little League Baseball; Kathryn "Tubby" Johnston Massar (the first girl to ever play Little League); and the three surviving members of the original Little League team formed in 1939. 
Oct 26
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Knoxville, Part 1 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is in Knoxville, Tennessee, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Ken Farmer head to the Museum of Appalachia to discuss Appalachian musical instruments. Highlights include a Tiffany pottery vase, circa 1905, that was purchased at an estate sale for $75 and is now valued at $9,000 to $12,000; a shoe belonging to Robert Wadlow, the tallest human recorded in history; and a Chinese gilt bronze Amida Buddah, circa 1550, that is unusual in size and is appraised for $40,000 to $60,000. 
Oct 26
6:00 PM
Both Sides of the Story Pro. 105: GMO Labeling Ballot Proposal In this new CPT12 debate series. Colorado ballot issues will be argued by accomplished East High School Speech team members. The twist is the students will switch sides mid-way through the program! Debates to include analysis, questions and critique. 
Oct 26
7:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Alternate Party US Senate Debate The alternate party and unaffiliated candidates running for U.S. Senate square off in this 30 minute debate. Candidates include Dr. Steve Shogan running unaffiliated, Gaylon Kent running as the Libertarian nominee and Bill Hammons running as the Unity Party candidate. 
Oct 26
7:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Alternate Party Governor Debate The alternate party and unaffiliated candidates running for Governor square off in this 30 minute debate. Candidates include Mike Dunafon running unaffiliated, Matthew Hess running as the Libertarian nominee and Harry Hempy running as the Green Party candidate. 
Oct 26
8:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Secretary of State Debate The candidates running for Secretary of State of Colorado, Democrat Joe Neguse and Republican Wayne Williams, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 26
8:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 State Treasurer Debate The candidates running for Colorado State Treasurer, Republican Walker Stapleton and Democrat Betsy Markey, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 26
9:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Attorney General Debate The candidates running for Colorado Attorney General, Republican Cynthia Coffman and Democrat Don Quick, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 26
9:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Lieutenant Governor Debate The candidates running for Lieutenant Governor of Colorado, Democrat Joe Garcia and Republican Jill Rapella, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 26
10:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Prop. 105 - GMO Labeling Ballot Issue Debate Robyn O'Brien (pro) and Dana Bieber (con) square off in this 30-minute debate of Proposition 105, which would mandate labeling of genetically modified food. 
Oct 26
10:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Am. 68 - Horse Track Gaming Ballot Issue Debate Both sides of Am. 68, which would allow more gaming at Horse Tracks, square off in this 30 minute debate. Becky Brooks, spokeswoman for Arapahoe Park horse racetrack, will appear for the "yes" side; the spokesperson for the "no" camp is still to be determined. 
Oct 26
11:00 PM
Globe Trekker Special: World War II Our Trekkers visit many of the European sites that played a major role in World War II. From the forests of Compiegne in northern France to the island of Crete, where veterans and locals recount the first major airborne invasion by the Germans, this episode takes viewers on a haunting journey of discovery. Other locations include Nuremberg, Vienna, Dunkirk, the Italian town of Anzio, the Normandy beaches, Dresden, Berlin and Auschwitz. 
Oct 27
12:00 AM
This Old House Charlestown Project 2014 Wood and Water Richard stops by the Charlestown Navy Yard to see a special guest arrive — the last wooden whaling ship in the world, the Charles W. Morgan, built c.1840. Tom shows Norm the progress on the approved dormer and how he's waterproofing its low slope roof. Inside, insulation is in and wallboard is going up. Out back, to tie in the new work with the old house, mason Mark McCullough installs a reclaimed brick veneer on the new kitchen bump out. Kevin checks on the kitchen design details, and Norm and Tom replace the fake shutters with operable shutters made of durable fiberglass and PVC. (Part 4 of 8) 
Oct 27
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Roger educates Kevin on beneficial insects. Tom resizes a front door that gets stuck on carpet every time it's opened. Richard repairs an outdoor garden faucet. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Oct 27
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Brackets Discover the secrets for cutting, tooling and finishing some massive architectural brackets for the home's exterior. 
Oct 27
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  Historic gardens can provide tremendous insight into gardening today. From plants utilized in the distant past to some of the newest and greatest plants available today, our GardenSMART experts provide lessons galore. 
Oct 27
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  In upstate New York, learn about the devastating impact on local farmers by Hurricane Irene and the importance and role of CSAs in helping them weather the storm. Chef Daniel demonstrates how to make some wonderful side dishes with farm-to-table ingredients. Then, ride the river in Peoria, Illinois, to catch the sustainable Asian carp. Back at the Victory Garden, Roger plants eggplant and Chef Marian makes a Chinese cabbage salad. 
Oct 27
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Nested Natural Edge Bowls Perfect for every home. Inspired bark accents. 
Oct 27
3:00 AM
Real McCoy, The The Prohibition era (1920-1933) gave rise to a new generation of romantic "characters" — the flapper, the private eye, the organized crime boss and the bootlegger. One such bootlegger, pioneering rum runner Bill McCoy, earned the name "The Real McCoy" because he always delivered uncut, undiluted gin, rum and whiskey to his happy patrons. A teetotaler himself, this "gentleman crook" nevertheless fuelled the Roaring Twenties by smuggling more than one million bottles of illegal alcohol from the Caribbean to New York. McCoy's maritime daring and willful defiance of the unpopular 18th Amendment and government authority made him a household name during the era and earned him a Robin Hood-like mystique with the American public. Based on the book by Frederick Van de Water, THE REAL MCCOY recounts the extraordinary life and legendary exploits of this man who personified the tumultuous times in which he lived. The film charts McCoy's transformation from modest boat builder to public enemy number one through archival materials, historic re-enactments and interviews with noted scholars. 
Oct 27
4:00 AM
Rivers of Worry The scenic Severn River on the Bay's western shore is a typical urban-suburban waterway. Many enjoy the lifestyle -- fishing, boating and swimming. But because of high fecal bacteria counts after a hard rain, officials advise everyone to stay out of the water here and across the state for at least two days -- children among those at highest risk. The dangers are highlighted by the story of a resident who acquired a life-threatening infection from fecal bacteria after splashing in the creek behind his house. In spite of waste water upgrades, raw sewage is still being discharged during major storms into bodies of water like the Potomac and its main tributary, the Anacostia River. Meanwhile, researchers on the Potomac suspect that "emerging contaminants" like pharmaceuticals and anti-bacterial chemicals are causing deviations and disease in fish. 
Oct 27
4:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Jordan: Petra, Royal Stables & Dead Sea This episode highlights some of the best of classic Jordan, including Petra, Aqaba, Wadi Mujib and the Dead Sea. Darley begins with a visit to the magical city of Petra, where she and her local guide Ibrahim explore by camel, foot and horseback, riding in the lesser-visited suburb of Little Petra and passing through the siq to catch the Treasury, made famous in the film Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in the morning light. Darley learns about the local legends surrounding the Treasury and its contents, as she rides a camel by the Treasury. Next, Darley meets a longtime Petra resident, Marguerite van Geldermalsen. A New Zealander who fell in love with a Bedouin and lived in a cave in Petra for over 20 years, Marguerite shares her unique insight on Petra and Bedouin culture from the eyes of an outsider/ From Petra, Darley travels the Dead Sea Highway to the Dead Sea, where she floats in the mineral-rich waters at the lowest point on earth. Darley hikes Wadi Mujib, a huge water-filled canyon known to adventure travelers as an ultimate hike. Within Wadi Mujib, Darley is challenged to rappel down a waterfall, scale rocks and float through the canyon's corridors. Next, Darley heads to the desert, where she camps with local Bedouins and explores the stunning canyons, dunes and petroglyphs of Wadi Rum on Arabian horses. On a break from the desert, Darley travels to the Gulf of Aqaba, bordered by Jordan, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to snorkel above Aqaba's colorful reef. 
Oct 27
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.  
Oct 27
5:30 AM
Autoline The Charge of the Battery Brigade As the auto industry continues to explore new and different ways to power cars and trucks, engineers keep coming back to the good old battery. With the days of GM's EV1 seeming like ancient history even though it's only about 20 years old or so, today's batteries are light years better. And on today's panel John McElroy is joined by three experts: Ann Marie Sastry from Sakti3, LG's Prabhakar Patil and Brett Smith from the Center for Automotive Research. 
Oct 27
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Oct 27
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Stand Tall WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Oct 27
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.  
Oct 27
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.  
Oct 27
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Good Alignment By doing exercises with eyes closed, Mary Ann builds an awareness of how good spinal alignment feels. Mary Ann gives a tip of the day. 
Oct 27
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Where The Bison Roam Episode Description: When the Wild Kratts Team decides to explore the spot where early explorers Lewis and Clark first laid eyes on the American prairie, they discover that prairies and the amazing bison herds of yore are much harder to find these days. Science Concept: What is a prairie? 
Oct 27
8:00 AM
Curious George The Man with the Monkey Hands/Whistle Pig Wednesday After warning George about the poison ivy lurking in the park, the Man with the Yellow Hat loses his balance and lands hands first in a brush of the itchy, poisonous leaves! With his hands bandaged, he'll need help with everyday tasks such as brushing his teeth, making dinner, even typing a letter. So being a clever little monkey, George invents some ingenious ways to make the Man's life seem normal - like wearing swim fins to assist in picking apples off the floor and taping salad forks to his arms to act as temporary hands. But George's creations are put to the ultimate test when the Man has to present Professor Wiseman's newest invention to the science board, salad forks and all!"Whistlepig Wednesday," Mr. Glass' unique version of Groundhog Day, is an annual city tradition of predicting when winter will start. Every year on the last Wednesday of August, Sherry the Whistlepig emerges from her burrow. If she sees her shadow, it means cold weather is coming. But what makes Sherry's shadow so special? To find out, George and his animal friends camp out at Sherry's burrow, but fall asleep while waiting for her to wake up. At the shadow ceremony, Mr. Glass mistakes a sleeping George and each one of his friends for a whistlepig and presents them for the world to see. But does a monkey, dog, cat, or pigeon shadow count? 
Oct 27
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Amazing Eyes/Water Walkers Amazing EyesSally and Nick are trying to guess which game Harvey the guinea pig might like to play with them. The Cat takes them to meet his friend Katie the Cavy, a wild guinea pig. But when they try to ask her, she playfully runs off! With the help of three different animals with very different ways of seeing, they finally find Katie and discover a guinea pig's favorite game - hide and seek!Educational Objective: Different animals have different kinds of vision - magnification for distance vision, multiple images to spot movement and night vision that sees heat. Water WalkersNick and Sally are waiting for Mom to come back so they can play in the pool. Cat suggests that playing on water is even more fun! But how? A trip to Splishy Splashy Pond to meet Walker the water strider will show them. Walker shows how he's able to stay on top of the water with the help of air bubbles as he journeys to the other side of the pond. Back at home, Sally and Nick are ready travel to the other side of the pool!Educational Objective: How the Water Strider uses air bubbles to walk on the surface of the water and vibrations to help it jump. 
Oct 27
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 
Oct 27
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. 
Oct 27
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Cast Iron Cooks 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.  
Oct 27
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell High and Mighty, Part 2 Jerry continues with the beautiful scene of high mountains. Learn how to develop the main mountain feature by using a technique of different shapes and leaving pockets of negative space. Finishes this segment illustrating the process of beginning development of the foreground. 
Oct 27
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Short Stuff Today's theme is short stuff. Myra Wood shows how to work short-rows in a colorful scarf pattern. Online editor Kathleen Cubley gives us the long and the short of her fun job of creating knitting content for a living. Lily Chin demonstrates the crochet version of short-rowing while we make a hat. On Tools of the Trade, Tanis looks at products that offer a few knitting short cuts. Last, Vickie ties up Loose Ends by demonstrating how garter stitch makes knitting short rows a cinch. 
Oct 27
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12'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.  
Oct 27
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.  
Oct 27
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."  
Oct 27
2:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Governor's Race Debate John Hickenlooper and Bob Beauprez square off in this special one hour debate. 
Oct 27
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America Comfort Foods for Your Table Lidia makes three different types of pasta: Stuffed Shells, Pasta Alla Primavera and Macaroni and Cheese. In Pennsylvania she takes viewers to The Macaroni Company, a 4th generation Italian supermarket and goes to Eataly to enjoy an Italian-American picnic. 
Oct 27
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Piedmont Food: Easy, Elegant and Classic / Il Cibo Piemontese: Facile, Elegante, Today it's easy cooking and happy eating, when Mary Ann takes to the castle kitchen to prepare Asparagus Piedmont Style, and then fries up some Croquettes Cuneo Style, and did somebody say "risotto?" How about a classic Risotto with Mushrooms 
Oct 27
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Company's Coming Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the Best Prime Rib and perfectly Roasted Brussels Sprouts at home. Finally, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Christo a tasting of premium butters. 
Oct 27
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Dessert on Bourbon Street Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate New Orleans Bourbon Bread Pudding. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for sugar shakers. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of grits. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making perfect Beignets at home. 
Oct 27
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.  
Oct 27
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.  
Oct 27
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.  
Oct 27
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Inspector Lewis, Season 7: Entry Wounds Hathaway gets to work on his first case as an inspector, with the help of his new partner, DS Lizzie Maddox. The crime is a complicated one that bridges the worlds of neurosurgery, blood sports and animal rights. Lewis, struggling to adapt to retired life, jumps at the chance to rejoin the force when Superintendent Innocent seeks his help. With Lewis back on the team, will they be able to solve the mystery? 
Oct 27
8:30 PM
Film School Shorts Growing Pains 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. 
Oct 27
9:00 PM
Film School Shorts Letting Go 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. 
Oct 27
9:30 PM
On Story Elements of Great Horror Professional horror writers explore how great drama lies at the core of the most frightening films, and discuss the style and techniques used to invoke fear, suspense and thrills that linger long after the credits roll. Followed by Lynne Vincent McCarthy's STRANGEFACE, a haunting and suspenseful short film about a peculiar and defiant young girl who unexpectedly finds companionship. 
Oct 27
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."  
Oct 27
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 27
11:00 PM
American Jerusalem: Jews and the Making of San Francisco AMERICAN JERUSALEM tells the remarkable story of the pioneering Jews of San Francisco. Drawn to California by the Gold Rush, Jews wee welcomed in San Francisco as nowhere else and would go on to build a thriving community, the second largest Jewish community in the United States after New York. With their newfound freedom, Jews played a central role in the transformation of this once-sleepy maritime village into the largest metropolis in the American West. As Jews integrated into mainstream San Francisco society, they were forced to reinvent what it meant for them to be Jewish, to create in essence a new kind of Jew - San Francisco Jew. 
Oct 28
12:00 AM
Film School Shorts Growing Pains 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. 
Oct 28
12:30 AM
Film School Shorts Letting Go 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. 
Oct 28
1:00 AM
This Old House Charlestown Project 2014 Wood and Water Richard stops by the Charlestown Navy Yard to see a special guest arrive — the last wooden whaling ship in the world, the Charles W. Morgan, built c.1840. Tom shows Norm the progress on the approved dormer and how he's waterproofing its low slope roof. Inside, insulation is in and wallboard is going up. Out back, to tie in the new work with the old house, mason Mark McCullough installs a reclaimed brick veneer on the new kitchen bump out. Kevin checks on the kitchen design details, and Norm and Tom replace the fake shutters with operable shutters made of durable fiberglass and PVC. (Part 4 of 8) 
Oct 28
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Roger educates Kevin on beneficial insects. Tom resizes a front door that gets stuck on carpet every time it's opened. Richard repairs an outdoor garden faucet. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Oct 28
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America Comfort Foods for Your Table Lidia makes three different types of pasta: Stuffed Shells, Pasta Alla Primavera and Macaroni and Cheese. In Pennsylvania she takes viewers to The Macaroni Company, a 4th generation Italian supermarket and goes to Eataly to enjoy an Italian-American picnic. 
Oct 28
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Piedmont Food: Easy, Elegant and Classic / Il Cibo Piemontese: Facile, Elegante, Today it's easy cooking and happy eating, when Mary Ann takes to the castle kitchen to prepare Asparagus Piedmont Style, and then fries up some Croquettes Cuneo Style, and did somebody say "risotto?" How about a classic Risotto with Mushrooms 
Oct 28
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Company's Coming Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the Best Prime Rib and perfectly Roasted Brussels Sprouts at home. Finally, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Christo a tasting of premium butters. 
Oct 28
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Dessert on Bourbon Street Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate New Orleans Bourbon Bread Pudding. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for sugar shakers. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of grits. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster reveals the secrets to making perfect Beignets at home. 
Oct 28
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell High and Mighty, Part 2 Jerry continues with the beautiful scene of high mountains. Learn how to develop the main mountain feature by using a technique of different shapes and leaving pockets of negative space. Finishes this segment illustrating the process of beginning development of the foreground. 
Oct 28
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Short Stuff Today's theme is short stuff. Myra Wood shows how to work short-rows in a colorful scarf pattern. Online editor Kathleen Cubley gives us the long and the short of her fun job of creating knitting content for a living. Lily Chin demonstrates the crochet version of short-rowing while we make a hat. On Tools of the Trade, Tanis looks at products that offer a few knitting short cuts. Last, Vickie ties up Loose Ends by demonstrating how garter stitch makes knitting short rows a cinch. 
Oct 28
5:00 AM
This is America & the World  THIS IS AMERICA is a weekly public affairs television series hosted by Dennis Wholey. Conversations with opinion leaders, newsmakers and extraordinary Americans. Dennis talks with guests on their home turf, where they're most comfortable and most likely to reveal their true selves.  
Oct 28
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.  
Oct 28
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Oct 28
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Chin Lock WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Oct 28
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Oct 28
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Oct 28
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit New Challenges Mary Ann introduces a new abdominal exercise called the "Ski Jump" and Gretchen gives you a new balance challenge. 
Oct 28
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Mystery on the Prairie Episode Description: When Martin and Chris find an unusual thorn bush with 'spiked' grasshoppers and beetles, they set out to solve a new creature mystery. Science Concept: Animals can have very specialized behaviors that help them survive. 
Oct 28
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George Beats the Band/Hats and a Hole Curious George Beats the Band: At the symphony, George is lost in his daydreams. Inspired by such beautiful music, George imagines playing with Hundley in space among the twinkling stars, and flying from the ocean up to the sky with a friendly Loch Ness monster and a school of happy ducks. So when the symphony maestro announces that George is the winner of the conductor-for-a-day contest, George can't believe his good fortune. He'll be making that wonderful music! But first George must learn the rhythms necessary to conduct an orchestra, and he studies and practices night and day. Sure enough, his debut goes brilliantly - until Charkie mistakes George's baton for a dog toy and the monkey maestro has to play "keep away" without conducting his musicians into a musical frenzy. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn to identify and reproduce patterns in music such as rhythm, pitch and musical notation.Hats and a Hole: A hard hat, a shovel, a wheelbarrow and a ladder - George learns that all four items are necessary when digging a gigantic hole. But why are George and the Man With the Yellow (Hard) Hat digging in their own yard? It's a surprise, and George will have to wait for the answer while the Man and Mr. Quint go help Flint Quint change a light bulb, taking the ladder with them. But when the hats fall into the hole after a run-in with Jumpy Squirrel, how will George retrieve them? After trying this hat rescue mission with several items which are not quite long enough to reach into the bottom of the hole, George decides that a water hose might do the trick. And when he accidentally turns on the water itself, the ensuing flood turns out to be a spark of genius - not only does the water float the hats to the surface, but George discovers the true purpose for the hole. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To introduce the idea that some things float; due to their shape and/or due to the material they are made out of. 
Oct 28
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Super Cleaner Uppers/Itty Bitty Water Super Cleaner UppersNick and Sally are cleaning up the backyard when they come across a yucky apple core. Who's going to pick it up? The Cat in the Hat takes them to meet the best cleaner-upper there is, Sandy the Sand Hopper! Sandy teaches them the difference between natural "garbage" and man-made trash, and how some animals use the natural garbage as food. Back at home, they put the trash in a garbage bag, and the apple core in the garden for Wriggles the worm to enjoy!Educational Objective: The kids learn from a Sand Hopper (Talitrus saltator) that some things they see as garbage can be useful to others, while other man made garbage (that doesn't compost) can be harmful and needs to be disposed of responsibly. Itty Bitty WaterNick and Sally are about to dump out the water in their kiddie pool when The Cat stops them - water is too precious to waste even a drop! Off they go to the Drippety Dry Desert to meet three creatures who are experts at conserving water. Back at home, they think of other ways to use the water in the pool instead of just dumping it out - like giving Cat a bath!Educational Objective: Some Saharan desert creatures - like jerboas, desert hedgehogs, and the sand grouse - are naturally very good at conserving water. 
Oct 28
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Parade Problem/The Halloween Problem The Parade Problem - Park. Peg and Cat need to sort out recyclables to clean up the park in time for the nursery school's Halloween Parade.Primary Content: SortingSecondary Content: EstimatingThe Halloween Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. While trick or treating, Peg and Cat find themselves pursued by a metal monster. Later they teach fair sharing to a "friend" who turns out to be a real tiger!Primary Content: Fair SharingSecondary Content: Positional relationships (in front of/behind) 
Oct 28
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. 
Oct 28
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Furry Four 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.  
Oct 28
11:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Sea Of Cortez Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Baja Mexico - from the mountain-surrounded scenic town of Loreto to the flashy resort beaches of Cabo San Lucas. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Oct 28
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Art Meets Tradition The lines keep blurring between various types of design. Design trends evolve and elements of traditional quilting find their place in modern design, and art quilting influences some very traditional looks. On today's show the two styles meet with great results. We begin with Ginny Eckley for a lesson on frameless screen printing, an easy way to try out printing. Then, Sherry Rogers Harrison joins us with a trapunto project with great dimension. Finally Angela Walters shows us dot to dot quilting; a technique that uses the block itself as a guide for quilting. 
Oct 28
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.  
Oct 28
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.  
Oct 28
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Oct 28
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World In the Garden With Margaret Roach (NY) Former senior exec for Martha Stewart shares how her garden saved her and how it IS possible to grow more sustainably both in the garden and in life. 
Oct 28
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Perennial Fun Let's pick some perennial favorites for fall and spring flowers to plant right now. Visit a garden where recycled scavenges add perennial art to layers of flowers, succulents, and home-made pond. 
Oct 28
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Comfort Food: Poached Chicken, Julia and Jacques show how simple it is to poach a chicken with vegetables, mushrooms and a little white wine, and then take that poaching liquid and use it with the leftover poached chicken for flaky crusted Chicken Pot Pie. The same simple pastry Julia makes for the pot pie is perfect base for a Rustic Apple and Dried Fruit Tart. Bon Appétit! 
Oct 28
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Johanna Killeen Chef Julia Child observes pastry chef Johanna Killeen as she makes "baby cakes," miniature cakes made from of the same basic batter, but varied with different flavoring ingredients. First, she shows Julia how to make the batter, which is a traditional American pound cake recipe, made richer with the addition of creme fraiche . She varies the first recipe by using hazelnut flour as an ingredient, and tops it with a dollop of Italian cream cheese flavored with grapa wine. Then she makes a couple of miniature upside-down cakes, using a rhubarb and caramel topping on one and rose geranium leaves on another. 
Oct 28
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Cupcakes Swirled or sprinkled, small or large, cupcakes are adored by adults and kids alike, the "it dessert" that makes everybody smile. In this episode, Martha shares four scrumptious cupcake recipes: blueberry swirl, lemon meringue with a toasted meringue topping, red velvet with cream cheese frosting, and one-bite double diablo cupcakes (for the unrepentant chocoholics in your life). 
Oct 28
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.  
Oct 28
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Oct 28
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Oct 28
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Oct 28
6:56 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 28
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Southerners It's Sean Brock's mission in life to expose to the world the regional varieties of Southern cuisine and to erase the misconception that southern cuisine is all the same. In this episode, he explores a few of the unique regional cuisines in the South. Chef Steven Satterfield from Georgia cooks okra and grits. Chef John Currence makes tamales — that's right ... tamales. Chef Ed Lee cooks a dish using the Kentucky holy trinity: bourbon, sorghum and country ham. Tennessee pastry chef Lisa Donavan makes a buttermilk pie. Sean and fellow South Carolinians, the Lee Brothers, make deviled crab, before visiting Fishnet's Seafood outside of Charleston to enjoy their more wholesome version: "Jesus crabs." 
Oct 28
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Seeds It all began when Sean Brock went looking for Jimmy red corn. That simple journey turned into a lifetime of searching, archiving and reviving lost crops of the South. His partners in crime are legendary owner and operator of Anson Mills, Glen Roberts, and University of South Carolina professor David Shields — a trifecta of seed nerds hell-bent on preserving Southern food heritage. In this episode, Sean travels to Anson Mills to hand-quern Jimmy red corn, discover fire threshing and cook hominy. David Shields visits Sean's R&D lab to experiment with seeds and to tell the story of the Bradford watermelon, a near-extinct fruit with a delicious and deadly history. Sean travels to Blackberry Farm in Tennessee to talk to Master Gardener John Coyenkdall about heirloom seeds. Finally, food scientist Harold McGee talks about the magic of combining corn and lye. 
Oct 28
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Knoxville, Part 2 In Knoxville, Tennessee, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Francis J. Wahlgren travel to the Rhea County Courthouse to look at a book relating to the Scopes "monkey trial." Highlights include a collection of personal letters from Amelia Earhart to the guest's aunt that feature Earhart's entrepreneurial and self-promotional sprit; Joseph Delaney drawings, circa 1950, purchased from the Knoxville artist's own home for $20 each and now valued at $2,000 to $3,000; and two Jacob Maentel watercolors, circa 1835 and larger than average, that are appraised for $60,000 to $80,000. 
Oct 28
9:00 PM
Ultimate Restorations The Sierra #3 Locomotive: A Star Is Reborn A group of passionate restorers resurrect one of the oldest operating steam locomotives in America. Built in 1891, the locomotive was made famous in movies like High Noon and Rawhide. 
Oct 28
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Oct 28
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 28
11:00 PM
Through the Eye of the Needle: The Art of Esther Nisenthal Krinitz In this award-winning documentary film, a Holocaust survivor's remembrances, told in uniquely beautiful stitched images, bring an uplifting life story to the screen.Esther Nisenthal was 15 years old in October of 1942 when the Jews of her village in Poland were ordered by the Nazis to report to a nearby train station. Esther refused to go. Instead, saying goodbye to their family, she and her 13-year old sister Mania invented new identities for themselves as Polish Catholic farm girls, hiding in plain sight from the Nazis.Esther's story of survival is remarkable on its own. But it is all the more extraordinary because of her method of storytelling--stitching and embroidering. It comes to us with unexpected beauty in a series of 36 large fabric collages, intricately embroidered in vivid color, created more than 40 years after the war. They depict one young girl's eyewitness account, scenes of tragedy and trauma juxtaposed with the exquisite beauty of the natural surroundings. It is as if nothing escaped Esther's attention, or her memory.Through Esther's own words and images of her art work, as well as interviews with her daughters and others, "Through the Eye of the Needle" explores the capacity of the human heart to heal. Through these reflections, we are reminded that genocide and other acts of baseless hatred are still with us, and that Esther's story, and those like hers, compels us to build a just and peaceful world for all. 
Oct 28
11:30 PM
An American Mosque AN AMERICAN MOSQUE follows a group of Muslim farmers in Yuba City, California, as they struggle to build their local mosque only to see it destroyed by arson. In the wake of the fire, questions abound: Who committed the crime? Is the arson an act of hate? How will the community respond and rebuild? Despite their loss, the film's central characters are unrelenting in their conviction that all Americans are entitled to a religious sanctuary and the right to practice their faith openly. Witness how they regroup and peacefully respond to this devastating crime, while members of other faiths show their support. As mosque projects come under attack and hate-crimes against Muslims rise across the country, AN AMERICAN MOSQUE offers a cautionary tale showing the human consequence of this intolerance. 
Oct 29
12:00 AM
Ultimate Restorations The Sierra #3 Locomotive: A Star Is Reborn A group of passionate restorers resurrect one of the oldest operating steam locomotives in America. Built in 1891, the locomotive was made famous in movies like High Noon and Rawhide. 
Oct 29
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World In the Garden With Margaret Roach (NY) Former senior exec for Martha Stewart shares how her garden saved her and how it IS possible to grow more sustainably both in the garden and in life. 
Oct 29
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Perennial Fun Let's pick some perennial favorites for fall and spring flowers to plant right now. Visit a garden where recycled scavenges add perennial art to layers of flowers, succulents, and home-made pond. 
Oct 29
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Lynne Rossetto Kasper Lynne Rossetto Kasper creates a "Renaissance-style" roast leg of lamb inspired by Italian cooking from the 16th century. She also prepares a sumptuous side dish of green beans with fresh mortadella, savoring the tastes of her Italian heritage 
Oct 29
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Jalapeño Cheese Grits, Slow-Cooked Grillades, and Brendan's Bread Pudding Jalapeño Cheese Grits, Slow-Cooked Grillades, and Brendan's Bread Pudding 
Oct 29
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia Johanna Killeen Chef Julia Child observes pastry chef Johanna Killeen as she makes "baby cakes," miniature cakes made from of the same basic batter, but varied with different flavoring ingredients. First, she shows Julia how to make the batter, which is a traditional American pound cake recipe, made richer with the addition of creme fraiche . She varies the first recipe by using hazelnut flour as an ingredient, and tops it with a dollop of Italian cream cheese flavored with grapa wine. Then she makes a couple of miniature upside-down cakes, using a rhubarb and caramel topping on one and rose geranium leaves on another. 
Oct 29
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 29
4:00 AM
Gary Spetz's Watercolor Quest Sea Of Cortez Host-Artist, Gary Spetz, sails aboard a cruise ship to explore, photograph and paint Baja Mexico - from the mountain-surrounded scenic town of Loreto to the flashy resort beaches of Cabo San Lucas. In this episode, he explains, along the way, what he looks for, in composing a scene and how he approaches various paintings. 
Oct 29
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Art Meets Tradition The lines keep blurring between various types of design. Design trends evolve and elements of traditional quilting find their place in modern design, and art quilting influences some very traditional looks. On today's show the two styles meet with great results. We begin with Ginny Eckley for a lesson on frameless screen printing, an easy way to try out printing. Then, Sherry Rogers Harrison joins us with a trapunto project with great dimension. Finally Angela Walters shows us dot to dot quilting; a technique that uses the block itself as a guide for quilting. 
Oct 29
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 29
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 29
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Oct 29
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Lift and Tone WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 29
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Lymphatic System Mary Ann uses soothing music and slow gentle movements to stimulate the lymphatic system. 
Oct 29
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Polar Bears Don't Dance While in the Arctic, Martin and Chris are on a mission to discover how animals move around in different environments. Their new knowledge comes in handy when they discover that Zach Varmitech has kidnapped a Walrus calf and a Polar bear cub. The Wild Kratts team must do what it takes to return the baby animals to their mothers.Science Concepts: Buoyancy, Traction 
Oct 29
8:00 AM
Curious George Wheels on the Bus/Seed Trouble Running late for an important meeting at the Glass Palace, George and the Man with the Yellow Hat decide to take the bus rather than walk. But when George and the Man get off at the wrong stop, the bus leaves with the Man's portfolio still inside! Determined to retrieve the important drawings AND make it to the meeting on time, George jumps in a basket on a bicycle. The Man orders a baffled taxi driver to follow that monkey on the bicycle to catch the bus to get his portfolio! With the clock ticking, will either of them catch up to the bus and arrive at the meeting in time?George loves eating at Chef Pisghetti's restaurant! When Chef explains that he can't grow enough vegetables to keep his customers fed, George and the Man with the Yellow Hat offer to start their own garden to help the Chef out. The garden is ready to be planted, when Compass and his pigeon friends eat some of the seeds! George dumps the seeds into one jar to keep them safe... and learns too late that different seeds can't be planted together. Can George figure out how to separate and identify the seeds, and keep Chef Pisghetti in business? 
Oct 29
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Big Cats/Fantastic Flour Big CatsWhen Sally and Nick have difficulty sneaking up on Nick's Mom to surprise her, The Cat brings them to meet some great sneaker-uppers - cats! Three big cats in particular. The kids learn to be patient from a snow leopard, speedy from a cheetah and the trick of distraction from a lion. Back in Nick's yard they sneak up on his mom and surprise her! Then Nick and Sally are surprised when the best sneaker-upper sneaks up on them - The Cat!Educational Objective: Big Cat Hunting Styles - sneaking, running fast and a little trickery and teamwork. Fantastic FlourNick and Sally are making their "Best Ever Yummy For Your Tummy" muffins when they realize they don't have enough flour. Cat knows just where to get more - Finola's Farm! With help from Cat, Sally, Nick, and the Things, Finola harvests the wheat then shows them how to turn it into flour. Now that they have enough flour, they can finish making their muffins!Educational Objective: Learning how flour is made by harvesting, threshing, winnowing and milling wheat. 
Oct 29
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 
Oct 29
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. 
Oct 29
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 
Oct 29
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson And an Apple, 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. 
Oct 29
11:30 AM
Sew It All Patternmaking Prowess, Lynn Strobel Learn expert fit tips and stitch a summer staple. 
Oct 29
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.  
Oct 29
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.  
Oct 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."  
Oct 29
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART visits with experts who show us what goes into the planning of new gardens as well as things to keep in mind as we change our gardens over from season to season. Good information. 
Oct 29
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Thinking Toys Wooden treasures that captivate imaginations of any age. 
Oct 29
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Extraordinarily Delicious Ensenada" Fish tacos embody Ensenada's history in one bite: Fresh fish from pristine waters encased in crispy batter influenced by Asian immigrants, topped with Spanish-inspired creamy sauces, wrapped up in a very Mexican corn tortilla and spiked with chile. We seek out some of the best versions at Mariscos El Norteño, a stall opposite the Ensenada Fish market, and a 30-year old corner stand, Los Originales El Chopipo. No trip to Ensenada would be complete for a foodie without a stop at La Guerrerense where Sabina Bandera Gonzalez has been serving the best seafood ceviches and tostadas for more than 29 years. There Rick savors a mixed platter of shellfish and amazing sea urchin tostadas. A stop at Marco Antonio has Rick indulging in shrimp tacos with chipotle cream. Seriously good. In Chicago, Rick hosts a seafood taco party complete with the secrets to making outstanding fried fish tacos at home. 
Oct 29
3:30 PM
Taste This! Cooks Who Care TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
Oct 29
4:00 PM
Food Forward SOS: Save Our Soil The top six inches of soil are the most precious, but least understood, ecosystem on earth — yet we continue to treat soil like dirt. FOOD FORWARD gets down and dirty with large-scale Midwestern composters, California carbon farmers reversing climate change and a West Virginia poultry farmer creating "biochar" from chicken poop. Explore new frontiers beneath our feet that just might save our soil. 
Oct 29
4:30 PM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Steak Show 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. 
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 29
6:56 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 29
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE  Since 1983, FRONTLINE has served as American public television's flagship public affairs series. Hailed upon its debut on PBS as "the last best hope for broadcast documentaries," FRONTLINE's stature over 25 seasons is reaffirmed each week through incisive documentaries covering the scope and complexity of the human experience. 
Oct 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."  
Oct 29
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 29
11:00 PM
To Breathe as One Every five years, 30,000 people gather on the same stage in the small country of Estonia to join voices at Laulupidu, the National Song Festival, to become the largest choir in the world.More than a song festival, Laulupidu is an Estonian miracle that at least twice in history gave freedom to that country. TO BREATHE AS ONE explores the beauty and meaning of the choral festival through the eyes of the young members of the San Francisco-based Piedmont East Bay Children's Choir, one of the few American choirs invited to participate. Learning complex songs - all in Estonian - the youngsters prepare for months and then set off to join the many thousands from around the world who gather every five years in Tallinn.Forming cross-cultural friendships that span the oceans, there they discover the unique role that music has played for Estonians for over 150 years, as an integral force in maintaining strength and identity for a people who have faced cultural genocide - more than once.From the filmmakers of the acclaimed, "The Singing Revolution", the film reveals that for Estonians singing is not just a means of cultural expression, but a defining part of their identity. 
Oct 30
12:00 AM
Global Health Frontiers: Dark Forest, Black Fly In poor, remote communities across Africa, parasitic worms transmitted by small black flies infect millions. The resulting river blindness torments sufferers with intense itching, and eventually robs them of their sight. GLOBAL HEALTH FRONTIERS: DARK FOREST, BLACK FLY travels to the front lines of Uganda's fight to eradicate this devastating disease. Narrated by Mia Farrow, the documentary highlights the field work and insights of scientists, health professionals and humanitarians, including former President Jimmy Carter, committed to combating river blindness. The first program in the Global Health Frontiersseries, Foul Water, Fiery Serpent documented the efforts of American health workers and community partners over the course of three years as they tracked and treated the last-known cases of guinea worm in Ghana and Sudan. 
Oct 30
1:00 AM
Pretty Much 100% Scandinavian Danes, Finns, Icelanders, Norwegians, and Swedes all earned reputations for good hard work while settling into the United States. This film's interviews, historical photos, and footage of contemporary Scandinavian-Americans at work show why the reputation has been rightly earned. Here you'll see the sights, hear the sounds and smile at the sly humor of Scandinavian-Americans farming, logging, milling, fishing, and following religious vocations. Swedish filmmaker Stefan Quinth has made a series of four movies about things Scandinavian-American. This is a film about work and the Scandinavian work ethic.The film series explores the experience of immigration, the process of Americanization, the importance of landmark institutions such as churches and colleges, the power of family and community, the vitality of arts and craft, the matter of language, and the enjoyment of humor.Immigration, language, food, celebration, jokes, a tear or two - a rich journey, fueled by gallons of coffee. 
Oct 30
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Extraordinarily Delicious Ensenada" Fish tacos embody Ensenada's history in one bite: Fresh fish from pristine waters encased in crispy batter influenced by Asian immigrants, topped with Spanish-inspired creamy sauces, wrapped up in a very Mexican corn tortilla and spiked with chile. We seek out some of the best versions at Mariscos El Norteño, a stall opposite the Ensenada Fish market, and a 30-year old corner stand, Los Originales El Chopipo. No trip to Ensenada would be complete for a foodie without a stop at La Guerrerense where Sabina Bandera Gonzalez has been serving the best seafood ceviches and tostadas for more than 29 years. There Rick savors a mixed platter of shellfish and amazing sea urchin tostadas. A stop at Marco Antonio has Rick indulging in shrimp tacos with chipotle cream. Seriously good. In Chicago, Rick hosts a seafood taco party complete with the secrets to making outstanding fried fish tacos at home. 
Oct 30
2:30 AM
Taste This! Cooks Who Care TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
Oct 30
3:00 AM
Food Forward SOS: Save Our Soil The top six inches of soil are the most precious, but least understood, ecosystem on earth — yet we continue to treat soil like dirt. FOOD FORWARD gets down and dirty with large-scale Midwestern composters, California carbon farmers reversing climate change and a West Virginia poultry farmer creating "biochar" from chicken poop. Explore new frontiers beneath our feet that just might save our soil. 
Oct 30
3:30 AM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Steak Show 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. 
Oct 30
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson And an Apple, 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. 
Oct 30
4:30 AM
Sew It All Patternmaking Prowess, Lynn Strobel Learn expert fit tips and stitch a summer staple. 
Oct 30
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.  
Oct 30
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.  
Oct 30
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Oct 30
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Yoga for Vitality WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 30
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Mobility and Balance This episode highlights a variety of exercises to improve balance and concludes with stroking. 
Oct 30
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Voyage of the Butterflier XT Using Aviva's newly invented Butterflier XT, the miniaturized Kratt Brothers embark on the most incredible insect voyage in the world - the Monarch butterfly's 2,000 mile migration.Science Concepts: Life cycles 
Oct 30
8:00 AM
Curious George George Meets the Press/Snow Use Meets the Press: George and the Man with the Yellow hat are lending a hand picking apples at Renkins' Farm, George takes an apple coveted by Jumpy Squirrel, who snatches it back and hides in the barn. George follows, and when he reaches for the light switch, accidentally turns on the giant cider press! All of the apples they've collected are being washed, chopped, and squished into liquid! Not wanting the Renkins to be mad with the sticky mess, George fills everything he can get his hands on with the apple juice squirting out of the machine. When the Man with the Yellow Hat and Renkins' arrive, they're astonished to see the entire harvest bottled up! Much to George's relief, the Renkins aren't upset - they're thrilled. And Jumpy, much to his relief, finds his perfect apple.EDU OBJ: To introduce the concept that some systems are found in nature while others are made by humans.Snow Use: It's the hottest day of the year, and to cool down, George wants to build a snowman! But how can he build a snowman when there's no snow? George experiments with crushed ice cubes, but they melt too quickly. Mud...but it doesn't stay in the right shape. And rocks, which are too heavy to lift! George is stumped. What sticks together, doesn't melt, and wasn't heavy? Of course, sand! George convinces the Man with the Yellow Hat to drive him, Bill, and the Renkins to the beach, where they can all cool off and George can finally build his summer snowman.EDU OBJ: To explore the results of mixing different natural materials with water 
Oct 30
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Minnie Meerkat/Leaves Minnie MeerkatSally and Nick are planning to camp out in the backyard, but there are some scary noises out there! Not to worry, The Cat's friend Minnie Meerkat can teach them all about camping safe. Off to Peekaboo Plains where a group of meerkats show them how they make their camp safe every night. Now Sally and Nick know what to do to feel safe in the backyard. And it doesn't hurt to have the best lookout ever - The Cat in the Hat!Educational Objective: Nick and Sally discover how meerkats look out for each other. LeavesNick and Sally are going to make a leaf collage of Cat, but the leaves they have aren't the right shape, they need different ones. It's off to Kaloo-Kalee for some leaf collecting! There, they learn that leaves help trees make food, and that's why it's best not to pick the leaves from the branches. They collect fallen leaves from three different trees with very different leaves. Now they have everything they need to make their picture of Cat, and even one for Fish!Educational Objective: Tree leaves all have the same purpose - to collect the sunlight the tree needs to make its food - but those leaves take many different forms. 
Oct 30
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 
Oct 30
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. 
Oct 30
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Biggest Loser 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.  
Oct 30
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Oct 30
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Doll Costume Dress Up, Part 1 Foster a child's imagination with fanciful costumes for an 18" doll.Joan Hinds, author and designer, joins Nancy to share her latest doll costume patterns and sewing tips. They sew up a fairy, princess, bride, southern belle, and mermaid—they're all easy to sew, using flat construction and fabulous tips from Joan and Nancy. 
Oct 30
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.  
Oct 30
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Richard Dawkins - An Appetite for Wonder (Evolutionary Biologist/Atheist) Considered one of the greatest thinkers of our time, Richard Dawkins, author of The Selfish Gene and The God Delusion, gives insights into the making of a scientist with his memoir An Appetite for Wonder 
Oct 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."  
Oct 30
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  In upstate New York, learn about the devastating impact on local farmers by Hurricane Irene and the importance and role of CSAs in helping them weather the storm. Chef Daniel demonstrates how to make some wonderful side dishes with farm-to-table ingredients. Then, ride the river in Peoria, Illinois, to catch the sustainable Asian carp. Back at the Victory Garden, Roger plants eggplant and Chef Marian makes a Chinese cabbage salad. 
Oct 30
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Going Underground Get your shovel and trowel ready. P. Allen Smith is getting down and dirty in this episode of Garden to Table. Allen is pulling root vegetables out of the ground and putting them on a plate. Allen demonstrates a gorgeous tablescape idea for your next brunch. 
Oct 30
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Sauteing Sautéing is one of the quickest and most versatile cooking methods. It works well for almost any small cut of meat or fish. Martha demonstrates how to dredge meat or fish in flour and the importance of cooking over high heat to achieve a perfect, golden-brown finish. She uses these techniques to cook wiener schnitzel, chicken piccata and sole à la meunière — and shows how to make flavorful pan sauces to serve as accompaniments. 
Oct 30
3:30 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino A Shrimp Feast Nick visits the fish monger and guides the viewer though a series of tips and techniques on how to make incredibly flavorful shrimp recipes which are fool proof and look and taste like a million dollars. Chef Stellino prepares Shrimp with Garbanzo Beans, Arugula & Sun-dried Tomatoes in a Chardonnay Sauce and a Salad with Shrimp, Watermelon & Goat Cheese. 
Oct 30
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Many Flavors of Lamb Andreas travels through the Southwestern part of Norway and Rogaland during the annual sheep gathering. Andreas cooks beer-braised lamb shanks with sweet onions, pepper-fried lamb liver, a 'one-pot wonder' of lamb with rutabaga and mustard seeds, and finally, he puts a scientific twist on a traditional Sunday roast. 
Oct 30
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Artcops As Burt visited the museums and galleries that are in his programs, he became aware of the extraordinary amount of great art that had been stolen --- over 6 billion dollars worth each year. This program will tell you about some of the works that are missing, why they are an important part of our history, and what you can do to help find them and earn millions of dollars in reward money. 
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 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.  
Oct 30
6:56 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 30
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Special: Planet of the Apes Our Trekkers visit the last strongholds of many rare and sometimes endangered species of primates. Justine heads to Thailand in search of the White-Handed Gibbon. Holly, Ian and Megan get up close and personal with the orangutan in Borneo and Sumatra, the chimpanzee in Tanzania and Zambia and the Mountain Gorilla in the remote mountains of Uganda. Ian glimpses the elusive Golden Bamboo Lemur on Madagascar, Eils Nevitt discovers the Black-Crowned Dwarf Marmoset — at six inches high, the world's second-smallest monkey — in the Amazon jungle, and Zay encounters two enormous and extremely rare apes in Africa: the Drill in Cameroon and the Mandrill, known as the world's largest monkey, in Gabon. 
Oct 30
8:00 PM
NOVA Why Planes Vanish The disappearance of Flight MH370 stunned the world. In an era of smart-phones and GPS, how could a 270-ton passenger jet vanish into thin air? It was a rude awakening for all of us, showing just how far we are from the world we imagined we lived in — in which every move is monitored all the time. NOVA tells the inside story of the search for Flight MH370 and meets the key players, from all corners of the globe, who have spent months searching for the lost plane. How easy is it to make a plane disappear? Or can new technology guarantee that in the future, nothing will ever be "lost" again? 
Oct 30
9:00 PM
New Environmentalist, TheFrom Ithaca to the Amazon "From Ithaca to the Amazon" is the latest installment of the Emmy Award-winning series featuring inspiring portraits of six passionate and dedicated activists. These are true environmental heroes who have placed themselves squarely in harm's way to battle intimidating adversaries while building strong grassroots support. The New Environmentalists share a common goal - safeguarding the Earth's natural resources from exploitation and pollution, while fighting for justice in their communities. 
Oct 30
9:30 PM
Warriors Return The Navajo serve in the military in greater proportions relative to their population numbers. The veterans of beautiful Canyon de Chelly served as Code Talkers in WWII, Army Rangers in Viet Nam and many across services in Iraq and Afghanistan. Their dedication and courage in battle does not protect them from the challenges they face when they return home. Unemployment, Post Traumatic Stress, rural isolation prevents many from receiving help, but strong women, traditional healing and western talk therapy help others create a new normal. 
Oct 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."  
Oct 30
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 30
11:00 PM
Running of the Bulls Each July, during the eight-day festival of San Fermin, thousands participate in one of the most dangerous and adrenaline-charged events in the world — the running of the bulls. This frantic sprint through the narrow, cobblestoned streets of Pamplona amounts to little more than 900 yards, and lasts roughly three minutes, but each moment brims with intensity and excitement. RUNNING OF THE BULLS explores the history and cultural relevance of this centuries-old tradition that attracts people from all over the world. Longtime participants explain why they run in a race with a well-earned reputation for causing serious injury, and even death. High-speed cameras suspended on cables above the streets capture spectacular images that immerse viewers in the experience. Archival footage provides historical context on the evolution of the Festival of San Fermin from its humble beginnings as a local celebration to the now-famous phenomenon. 
Oct 31
12:00 AM
End of Life Decisions Town Hall Caregivers, patients and doctors discuss the issues that arise around caring the end of life. Palliative care, legal issues, hospice and the mental toll on family members are all discussed. 
Oct 31
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  In upstate New York, learn about the devastating impact on local farmers by Hurricane Irene and the importance and role of CSAs in helping them weather the storm. Chef Daniel demonstrates how to make some wonderful side dishes with farm-to-table ingredients. Then, ride the river in Peoria, Illinois, to catch the sustainable Asian carp. Back at the Victory Garden, Roger plants eggplant and Chef Marian makes a Chinese cabbage salad. 
Oct 31
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Going Underground Get your shovel and trowel ready. P. Allen Smith is getting down and dirty in this episode of Garden to Table. Allen is pulling root vegetables out of the ground and putting them on a plate. Allen demonstrates a gorgeous tablescape idea for your next brunch. 
Oct 31
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Sauteing Sautéing is one of the quickest and most versatile cooking methods. It works well for almost any small cut of meat or fish. Martha demonstrates how to dredge meat or fish in flour and the importance of cooking over high heat to achieve a perfect, golden-brown finish. She uses these techniques to cook wiener schnitzel, chicken piccata and sole à la meunière — and shows how to make flavorful pan sauces to serve as accompaniments. 
Oct 31
2:30 AM
Cooking With Nick Stellino A Shrimp Feast Nick visits the fish monger and guides the viewer though a series of tips and techniques on how to make incredibly flavorful shrimp recipes which are fool proof and look and taste like a million dollars. Chef Stellino prepares Shrimp with Garbanzo Beans, Arugula & Sun-dried Tomatoes in a Chardonnay Sauce and a Salad with Shrimp, Watermelon & Goat Cheese. 
Oct 31
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking Many Flavors of Lamb Andreas travels through the Southwestern part of Norway and Rogaland during the annual sheep gathering. Andreas cooks beer-braised lamb shanks with sweet onions, pepper-fried lamb liver, a 'one-pot wonder' of lamb with rutabaga and mustard seeds, and finally, he puts a scientific twist on a traditional Sunday roast. 
Oct 31
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions Artcops As Burt visited the museums and galleries that are in his programs, he became aware of the extraordinary amount of great art that had been stolen --- over 6 billion dollars worth each year. This program will tell you about some of the works that are missing, why they are an important part of our history, and what you can do to help find them and earn millions of dollars in reward money. 
Oct 31
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Oct 31
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Doll Costume Dress Up, Part 1 Foster a child's imagination with fanciful costumes for an 18" doll.Joan Hinds, author and designer, joins Nancy to share her latest doll costume patterns and sewing tips. They sew up a fairy, princess, bride, southern belle, and mermaid—they're all easy to sew, using flat construction and fabulous tips from Joan and Nancy. 
Oct 31
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.  
Oct 31
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Richard Dawkins - An Appetite for Wonder (Evolutionary Biologist/Atheist) Considered one of the greatest thinkers of our time, Richard Dawkins, author of The Selfish Gene and The God Delusion, gives insights into the making of a scientist with his memoir An Appetite for Wonder 
Oct 31
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Oct 31
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.  
Oct 31
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Your Feet, Your Foundation It's important to let your feet feel the floor. Exercising barefoot, Mary Ann emphasizes somatosensory awareness in the feet throughout the workout. 
Oct 31
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Bass Class Martin and Chris are in the middle of a friendly competition to find Small-mouth and Large-mouth Bass when they meet Wild Kratts Kid, Gavin, who is fishing. Before they can join him, Zach Varmitech arrives and challenges them to a fishing contest. The Wild Kratts team must use their knowledge of bass biology to win the tournament fair and square.Science Concepts: Species differentiation 
Oct 31
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest Halloween's almost here! Hang onto your hats! It's George's first Halloween in the country, and Bill tells him and Allie about the Legend of No Noggin -- a spooky tale about a hat-kicking scarecrow who haunts the countryside on Halloween. But is the legend really real? George and Allie are determined to find out by taking a picture of No Noggin in hat-kicking action. But first George needs to figure out what he's going to be for Halloween so he can win the costume contest at the town Boo Festival. Will George's quest for the perfect costume interfere with his quest for the truth? Only the curious will find out! 
Oct 31
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 
Oct 31
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Remember the Alamosaurus/Sunrise, Sunset Remember the AlamosaurusThe Pteranodon kids and Dad get the idea to travel around on the Dinosaur Train and meet some of the biggest dinosaurs. They even sing a song, `The Biggest Dinosaurs', before meeting Allie Alamosaurus, an enormous, long-necked, plant eating sauropod who is very friendly. Allie explains that her huge, strong legs hardly bend at all, but she can still have fun playing games with the kids, and teaching them some of her favorites! Educational Objectives The huge Alamosaurus had vertical, column-like legs that they could hardly bend. The strong legs were necessary to support the massive bulk of Alamosaurus (similar to all other sauropods). Preschoolers will be encouraged to compare and contrast the size and locomotion of dinosaurs with animals alive today.Sunrise, Sunset Dad takes the Pteranodon kids on an overnight camping trip where they watch both a sunrise and sunset, learning that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. The kids also find out more about nocturnal (night-active) animals, and diurnal (day-active) animals. Educational Objectives The Earth is a big ball spinning around the Sun (which also spins, though not as fast). At any given time, half our planet is hit by the sun's light; and the other half is covered in darkness. This episode also stresses that different kinds of animals are active during the day ("diurnal"), others are active at night ("nocturnal"), and others are most active during dawn and dusk ("crepuscular"). 
Oct 31
10:00 AM
Sesame Street If Me Had That Wand Cookie Monster is tempted to take Abby's wand so he can use magic to make different kinds of cookies, but Alan helps him think about how Abby would feel if he took her wand. Educational objective: Math/Self-Regulation 
Oct 31
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Gloucester Dory Boats Colorful dory boats in the harbor at Gloucester, Massachusetts is the subject Roger paints using oils. Sarah walks along the waterfront where the famous Gloucester Fisherman sculpture stands honoring the many men who lost their lives over the years at sea. 
Oct 31
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3109 Tennessee Waltz pt 2 Eleanor adds Snowball blocks to finish her stunning Quilt. 
Oct 31
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.  
Oct 31
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.  
Oct 31
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."  
Oct 31
2:00 PM
Film School Shorts Letting Go 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. 
Oct 31
2:30 PM
On Story Elements of Great Horror Professional horror writers explore how great drama lies at the core of the most frightening films, and discuss the style and techniques used to invoke fear, suspense and thrills that linger long after the credits roll. Followed by Lynne Vincent McCarthy's STRANGEFACE, a haunting and suspenseful short film about a peculiar and defiant young girl who unexpectedly finds companionship. 
Oct 31
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Making Sausage with Guest Chris Cosentino On this episode of Simply Ming — how to grind your own meat and make your own sausage with the help of a man who can teach most butchers a thing or two, Chef Chris Cosentino. Ming and Chris cook on the fly together creating two very different dishes: San Francisco Sausage and Peppers and Chicken Mushroom Sausage Patties with Orange Snow Pea Salad. 
Oct 31
3:30 PM
MARTIN YAN'S TASTE OF VIETNAM  International culinary icon Martin Yan returns to public television for the first time since 2008 with a new series that explores the breathtaking landscape, colorful history, generous hospitality and delicious cuisine of Vietnam. Over the course of 26 episodes, Martin travels extensively throughout Vietnam, from its spectacular snow-capped mountains in the north to the intricate network of canals that make up the Mekong Delta in the south. In legendary Ha Long Bay, Martin visits schoolhouses constructed on water and surrounded by majestic limestone mountains that rise from the sea. In historical Hoi An, he admires streams of floating paper lanterns during the Moon Festival. He pays tribute to Vietnam's rich history, visiting ancient temples and monuments in Ninh Binh, and the imperial palaces in Hue. In Ho Chi Minh City, he joins in the morning commute, buzzing around town on the back of a motorcycle in search of breakfast.In Buon Ma Thout, he crosses a lake atop an elephant to reach a village where time seemingly has stood still. He tours coffee plantations, dragon fruit farms and organic vegetable co-ops. In Martin's customary hands-on style, he joins local farmers harvesting their rice crop, and fishermen casting their nets for shrimp, squid and other sea bounties. Each episode combines colorful location segments and studio cooking segments featuring Martin's impressive culinary skills and occasional visits from a talented Vietnamese chef. Martin treats viewers to a wide array of colorful and delicious recipes, from popular street vendor offerings to elegant dishes from the Imperial kitchen. 
Oct 31
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Eat Your Vegetables Joanne eases the anxiety that can sometimes set in when a vegetarian is coming to dinner. Working with her fitness specialist student Randy she prepares a satisfying bulgur and feta salad and fried potato and spiced red pepper frittata that would satisfy vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.Recipes: Bulgur, Feta and Oven-Dried Tomato Salad and Fried Potato and Spiced Red Pepper FrittataStudent: Randy Bramblett, Fitness Specialist 
Oct 31
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Bake It Vegan" Host Laura Theodore prepares yummy vegan baked goods recipes. Special guests: Dr. Pam Popper and Rachelle Carson-Begley. Featuring classic vegan "German Chocolate Cake" topped with coconut and pecan icing. Party perfect "Zucchini-Orange Cupcakes with Vegan Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting" are moist and delicious. "Cinnamon-Maple Mini-Muffins" pair well with any meal and at snack time, too! 
Oct 31
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.  
Oct 31
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.  
Oct 31
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.  
Oct 31
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 31
7:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 2nd Congressional District Debate Jared Polis and George Leing square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 31
7:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 7th Congressional District Debate Ed Perlmutter and Don Ytterberg square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Oct 31
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12'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.  
Oct 31
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.  
Oct 31
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.  
Oct 31
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.  
Oct 31
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."  
Oct 31
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Oct 31
11:00 PM
Twisted Tales of Poe: Theater of the MindThe Tell-Tale Heart, The Cask of Amontilado, and The Raven Mysterious and macabre writings of Edgar Allan Poe form the basis for "Twisted Tales of Poe," 1940's-style radio adaptations, complete with musical accompaniment and a live crew creating all of the sound effects while you watch! The performances, based on Poe's tales, are written and directed for broadcast by Philip Grecian. These live radio plays, presented by The Air Command, have, over the last nine years, become favorites as viewers can listen to the audio dramas while watching the television broadcasts to see how it's all done. As has been the custom with these dramas, the actors play multiple roles and employ vintage microphones to simulate radio's Golden Age. The mysterious presence of the raven, the victim's "vulture eye," and the catacombs of Italy are created through "theatre of the mind" in the imaginations of the listening audience. It's radio you can see! 
Nov 1
12:00 AM
Twisted Tales of Poe: Theater of the MindThe Black Cat Mysterious and macabre writings of Edgar Allan Poe form the basis for "Twisted Tales of Poe," 1940's-style radio adaptations, complete with musical accompaniment and a live crew creating all of the sound effects while you watch! The performances, based on Poe's tales, are written and directed for broadcast by Philip Grecian. These live radio plays, presented by The Air Command, have, over the last nine years, become favorites as viewers can listen to the audio dramas while watching the television broadcasts to see how it's all done. As has been the custom with these dramas, the actors play multiple roles and employ vintage microphones to simulate radio's Golden Age. The mysterious presence of the raven, the victim's "vulture eye," and the catacombs of Italy are created through "theatre of the mind" in the imaginations of the listening audience. It's radio you can see! 
Nov 1
12:30 AM
Dracula: Theater of the Mind It's radio you can see, complete with actors, music and a crew of sound effects technicians, creating it all right before your eyes. Dracula!Emmy Award Winning, "Dracula: Theater of the Mind" is a 1940's-style radio drama, produced for television. "Dracula: Theater of the Mind" follows the story of a small band of mortals who faced the most powerful vampire of them all. It is 1888 and, in Whitby, England, Lucy Westenra has fallen ill. Her fiancée, Jack Seward has brought her to his sanitarium and called in a battery of physicians, but her condition worsens. Desperate, Jack sends for Van Helsing, a specialist in obscure diseases. Van Helsing's visit coincides with that of Jonathan Harker and his wife, Mina, who had been Seward's nurse, but resigned to care for Jon during his recent illness. Jon's law firm has purchased, for one of its clients, the old Abbey next door to the sanitarium. The client's name is Count Dracula. 
Nov 1
1:30 AM
Frankenstein: Theater of the Mind It's radio you can see, complete with actors, music and a crew of sound effects technicians, creating it all right before your eyes. Frankenstein!Upon graduating from the university, and with the help of a friend, Victor Frankenstein set out to create life--using corpses stolen from graveyards. During a raging storm, he is successful but, too late, realizes he has created a misshapen, inarticulate horror. And so begins a tale of creature vs. creator in KTWU's fifth televised 1940's style radio drama from ARTS, Inc., and playwright, Phil Grecian. 
Nov 1
2:30 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. 
Nov 1
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Bake It Vegan" Host Laura Theodore prepares yummy vegan baked goods recipes. Special guests: Dr. Pam Popper and Rachelle Carson-Begley. Featuring classic vegan "German Chocolate Cake" topped with coconut and pecan icing. Party perfect "Zucchini-Orange Cupcakes with Vegan Vanilla Cream Cheese Frosting" are moist and delicious. "Cinnamon-Maple Mini-Muffins" pair well with any meal and at snack time, too! 
Nov 1
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Gloucester Dory Boats Colorful dory boats in the harbor at Gloucester, Massachusetts is the subject Roger paints using oils. Sarah walks along the waterfront where the famous Gloucester Fisherman sculpture stands honoring the many men who lost their lives over the years at sea. 
Nov 1
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3109 Tennessee Waltz pt 2 Eleanor adds Snowball blocks to finish her stunning Quilt. 
Nov 1
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.  
Nov 1
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.  
Nov 1
6:00 AM
Caillou Adventure! Today is full of adventure! Caillou, Daddy, and Rosie take the car to the carwash, which is scary for Rosie at first. But big brother Caillou explains everything to his sister, who winds up liking the carwash too! Caillou, Rosie, and their babysitter Julie travel to a bunch of pretend far away places like the desert, a big mountain, and even waterfalls in the tropical forest. Caillou doesn't go to school yet but he really wants to ride on the school bus that stops outside his house every morning. When Dad takes him to see the bus from close up, the driver offers to take Caillou with the other children the next day. On another day, Caillou and his family have a wonderful day out at a theme park. Caillou and Dad go on the thrilling Niagara River Ride, they all go on a Ferris wheel and for a special treat they have cotton candy for dessert. When the house wakes up late, it's a mad rush to get Mommy off to work. Later, when Caillou goes for a walk with Daddy he meets all kinds of people doing all kinds of jobs--and he gets to try being a mailman, a sanitation engineer and a policeman for himself. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn that family life contains many adventures. First time trips to the car wash, a visit to a theme park, are certainly novel and exciting, but even a walk around the neighborhood can introduce them to many interesting working people - letter carriers, garbage collectors, police officers, daycare workers, Even stay-at-homes can use their imagination and become explorers of imaginary deserts or mountains or jungles. 
Nov 1
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Bobland Bay Takes Shape Bob and the team are building the Bobland Bay promenade. Tumbler wants the design to be unique to Bobland Bay, but finds having an idea is harder than he thinks. Some friendly animals try to help, but end up leaving their tracks in Tumbler's wet cement. This gives Tumbler an idea, and the Bobland Bay Walk of Fame is born!Bob is building the first Bobland Bay hotel. When the first guests arrive before the hotel is fully staffed, Spud decides to help out by trying to do every job in the hotel, with chaotic results. When the new manager arrives, Spud is very pleased to go back to the quiet life of a scarecrow! 
Nov 1
7:00 AM
Curious George Curious George Beats the Band/Hats and a Hole Curious George Beats the Band: At the symphony, George is lost in his daydreams. Inspired by such beautiful music, George imagines playing with Hundley in space among the twinkling stars, and flying from the ocean up to the sky with a friendly Loch Ness monster and a school of happy ducks. So when the symphony maestro announces that George is the winner of the conductor-for-a-day contest, George can't believe his good fortune. He'll be making that wonderful music! But first George must learn the rhythms necessary to conduct an orchestra, and he studies and practices night and day. Sure enough, his debut goes brilliantly - until Charkie mistakes George's baton for a dog toy and the monkey maestro has to play "keep away" without conducting his musicians into a musical frenzy. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To learn to identify and reproduce patterns in music such as rhythm, pitch and musical notation.Hats and a Hole: A hard hat, a shovel, a wheelbarrow and a ladder - George learns that all four items are necessary when digging a gigantic hole. But why are George and the Man With the Yellow (Hard) Hat digging in their own yard? It's a surprise, and George will have to wait for the answer while the Man and Mr. Quint go help Flint Quint change a light bulb, taking the ladder with them. But when the hats fall into the hole after a run-in with Jumpy Squirrel, how will George retrieve them? After trying this hat rescue mission with several items which are not quite long enough to reach into the bottom of the hole, George decides that a water hose might do the trick. And when he accidentally turns on the water itself, the ensuing flood turns out to be a spark of genius - not only does the water float the hats to the surface, but George discovers the true purpose for the hole. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: To introduce the idea that some things float; due to their shape and/or due to the material they are made out of. 
Nov 1
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Super Cleaner Uppers/Itty Bitty Water Super Cleaner UppersNick and Sally are cleaning up the backyard when they come across a yucky apple core. Who's going to pick it up? The Cat in the Hat takes them to meet the best cleaner-upper there is, Sandy the Sand Hopper! Sandy teaches them the difference between natural "garbage" and man-made trash, and how some animals use the natural garbage as food. Back at home, they put the trash in a garbage bag, and the apple core in the garden for Wriggles the worm to enjoy!Educational Objective: The kids learn from a Sand Hopper (Talitrus saltator) that some things they see as garbage can be useful to others, while other man made garbage (that doesn't compost) can be harmful and needs to be disposed of responsibly. Itty Bitty WaterNick and Sally are about to dump out the water in their kiddie pool when The Cat stops them - water is too precious to waste even a drop! Off they go to the Drippety Dry Desert to meet three creatures who are experts at conserving water. Back at home, they think of other ways to use the water in the pool instead of just dumping it out - like giving Cat a bath!Educational Objective: Some Saharan desert creatures - like jerboas, desert hedgehogs, and the sand grouse - are naturally very good at conserving water. 
Nov 1
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Parade Problem/The Halloween Problem The Parade Problem - Park. Peg and Cat need to sort out recyclables to clean up the park in time for the nursery school's Halloween Parade.Primary Content: SortingSecondary Content: EstimatingThe Halloween Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. While trick or treating, Peg and Cat find themselves pursued by a metal monster. Later they teach fair sharing to a "friend" who turns out to be a real tiger!Primary Content: Fair SharingSecondary Content: Positional relationships (in front of/behind) 
Nov 1
8:30 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. 
Nov 1
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Happy Engines Henry's Happy CoalHenry is given a special task of taking a very important visitor around Sodor. When Henry visits the Steam Works he is teased by 'Arry and Bert for needing to use special coal. Henry wants be like the rest of the Steamies and use normal coal instead of his special coal. When Henry tries to steam through Sodor using the normal coal, he breaks down. Henry realizes that he has been a silly engine. Sir Topham Hatt tells Henry that it is the special coal that makes Henry such a special engine. When 'Arry and Bert tease Henry again, he tells them that he is proud of being a special engine with special coal. Henry even helps 'Arry and Bert when they run out of diesel!Edward the Hero Edward is given the special job of being the Rescue Engine at the Sodor Search and Rescue Center. Edward wants to be a hero if he is to help Harold at the Center. Edward thinks that heroes are strong, fast and stern so decides he must be strong, fast and stern too. He helps Charlie by being funny, helps Dowager Hatt by being kind, and helps Farmer McColl's dog by being gentle. Edward doesn't think he's a hero though because he hasn't shown he is fast, strong and stern. As Edward chuffs along the tracks he sees people cheering and waving to him and calling him a hero. Word has spread that Edward has been kind, funny and gentle. Sir Topham Hatt tells Edward that he is the biggest hero of all because he is Edward.Educational Objective: Learn that every job is important, just like everyone is important. Seeing the value in oneself and understanding that everyone is special just the way they are. 
Nov 1
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina's Trick-or-Treat Feat/Angelina and the Laughing Poet Angelina's Trick-or-Treat FeatThe mouselings' Halloween costumes don't arrive in time for Trick or Treat. What will Angelina and her friends do? How can they Trick or Treat without costumes? When they decide to use creative ways to express their characters through dance, they realize they didn't need costumes after all!Educational Objectives:• To demonstrate that dance can convey different moods and characters• To introduce dance moves such as, grand jete, glissade, and waltz• To explore creative ways to overcome challenges• To introduce a "1, 2, 3" rhythmAngelina and the Laughing PoetMs. Mimi teaches the students about poetry. She wants them to use dance to convey emotions in a poem. When Alice gets the giggles, she is unable to express her assigned emotion correctly. No matter how hard her friends try to help, Alice just can't stop smiling! Luckily, Ms Mimi and some melancholic piano music help Alice change her mood - and her dancing.Educational Objectives:• To introduce what it means to interpret poetry• To identify emotions• To explore expressing emotions through words, dance, and music 
Nov 1
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Time for Daniel/There's Time for Daniel and Baby Too 203A - Time for DanielDaniel is playing adventure tiger at home with Dad, but things are not quite the same, now that Baby Margaret is around. Daniel is upset that Dad keeps interrupting their play to take care of Baby Margaret, but Daniel learns that there's time for the baby and time for Daniel, too.203B - There's Time for Daniel and Baby TooDaniel is still getting used to have the new baby around. When Prince Wednesday comes over to play, Daniel is upset when Prince Wednesday wants to play with the baby instead of him, but he learns that there's time for the baby and time for Daniel, and what's even better is when they all play together!Strategy: There's time for you and baby too 
Nov 1
10:30 AM
Super Why! The Big Game The Big Game - Whyatt wants to play baseball better, but he keeps missing the ball. The superhero readers jump into The Big Game and join some fairytale heroes gearing up for their big soccer match against their storybook foes. With the help of Super Why and his friends, Cinderella and her team work on their game skills to prevent the Big Bad Wolf's team from huffing, puffing and blowing them right off the field!Educational Objectives: To learn about how to improve, sing the alphabet and identify the letter B, A, L and L. Young viewers will practice the magic of spelling and use the power to read to change the story. 
Nov 1
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS    
Nov 1
11:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Uruguay Equitrekking host Darley Newman travels to the small South American country of Uruguay to discover gaucho culture by visiting various estancias, riding with cowboys on the beach, taking in the coastal town of Punta del Este and tasting local foods in Montevideo. At an eco-friendly ranch that raises sheep and cattle, Darley learns about the area's mystical vibe on a ride to a section of mysterious stone cones and up to a high point with views of a Tibetan monastery. Over a morning cup of mate, a special tea popular throughout Uruguay, Darley talks with a local about the tradition behind this caffeinated drink and the proper way to prepare it. Then it's off to the beach to visit the attractions of popular Punta del Este and a city stop in Montevideo to eat at Mercado del Puerto. Darley goes horse riding on the beaches of Uruguay's northern border near Brazil, hearing the legends of pirates who once raided the shores. At a working cattle ranch, viewers meet real gauchos, learning about the nomadic life of these South American cowboys. At a third working estancia, Darley rides through area vineyards and explores the rugged terrain of the Sierras of Mahoma on horseback. 
Nov 1
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.  
Nov 1
12:30 PM
Autoline Crisis Communication What happens when "60 Minutes" shows up at a corporation's door or some crisis occurs that it wasn't ready for? That's when they turn to crisis communications experts like Jason Vines, the former automotive PR executive who has experienced more than his share of corporate trauma. So much so that he's written a book, which brings him back to Autoline for the first time in a decade. Joining host John McElroy to discuss Jason's book is Peter DeLorenzo from the Autoextremist.com and Detroit Free Press columnist Tom Walsh. 
Nov 1
1:00 PM
Daytripper; The Dripping Springs, TX It's no secret that Texas is big. Alright, more than big. Texas is HUGE!! And exploring Texas ain't no small vacation, it's a lifetime endeavor. But what if you only have one day? Well that's where we come in. From the well-known landmarks to the completely obscure dives and hideaways - and all within a day's reach.We created The Daytripper to inspire folks to get out and explore the Lone Star State. Sure, national travel shows are entertaining, but that's where they stop. The Daytripper is all about destinations in Texas, which means you can visit whenever you want. So, I'll see you on the road. This is THE DAYTRIPPER! 
Nov 1
1:30 PM
Peregrine Dame, The London & Bruges London and Bruges is a summer adventure perfect for first time solo-travelers. Host Rachel Parsons takes a fun, silly romp through a glorious English summer, punting on the Cambridge River, swimming in the ponds on Hampstead Heath, and ends up in Bruges for a Belgian waffle. 
Nov 1
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Hong Kong - A City of Festivals Award-winning travel journalist and author Joseph Rosendo shares his personal perspective on cultural tourism from spots close to home as well as exotic locations.  
Nov 1
2:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations for the ultimate dining experience. In the second season of the award-winning series, Australian chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, traveling to New Orleans, Maine, Chicago, California and other locations across the United States to meet the best chefs in the area and cook a delicious meal that incorporates local and seasonal ingredients. He goes night fishing, encounters alligators, visits vineyards and orchards, and tries out new recipes — all with the aim of inspiring viewers to cook bright food in their own kitchens. In 2014, MOVEABLE FEAST received a Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Culinary Program." 
Nov 1
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World    
Nov 1
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe The Majesty of Madrid Madrid is studded with riches from its glory days. We tour the lavish Royal Palace, enjoy art-packed museums, and look deep into Picasso's greatest masterpiece. Experiencing Madrid at its fun-loving best, we're mesmerized by flamenco dancers and munch on pigs' ears. Then, for a dose of Spain's dramatic history, we side-trip to El Escorial and the Valley of the Fallen. 
Nov 1
4:00 PM
Globe Trekker Special: Planet of the Apes Our Trekkers visit the last strongholds of many rare and sometimes endangered species of primates. Justine heads to Thailand in search of the White-Handed Gibbon. Holly, Ian and Megan get up close and personal with the orangutan in Borneo and Sumatra, the chimpanzee in Tanzania and Zambia and the Mountain Gorilla in the remote mountains of Uganda. Ian glimpses the elusive Golden Bamboo Lemur on Madagascar, Eils Nevitt discovers the Black-Crowned Dwarf Marmoset — at six inches high, the world's second-smallest monkey — in the Amazon jungle, and Zay encounters two enormous and extremely rare apes in Africa: the Drill in Cameroon and the Mandrill, known as the world's largest monkey, in Gabon. 
Nov 1
5:00 PM
Masterpiece Inspector Lewis, Season 7: Entry Wounds Hathaway gets to work on his first case as an inspector, with the help of his new partner, DS Lizzie Maddox. The crime is a complicated one that bridges the worlds of neurosurgery, blood sports and animal rights. Lewis, struggling to adapt to retired life, jumps at the chance to rejoin the force when Superintendent Innocent seeks his help. With Lewis back on the team, will they be able to solve the mystery? 
Nov 1
6:30 PM
New Environmentalist, TheFrom Ithaca to the Amazon "From Ithaca to the Amazon" is the latest installment of the Emmy Award-winning series featuring inspiring portraits of six passionate and dedicated activists. These are true environmental heroes who have placed themselves squarely in harm's way to battle intimidating adversaries while building strong grassroots support. The New Environmentalists share a common goal - safeguarding the Earth's natural resources from exploitation and pollution, while fighting for justice in their communities. 
Nov 1
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Coldplay Grammy-winners Coldplay, the modern-rock giants who have sold more than 50 million records worldwide, perform hits and selections from their newest LP, Mylo Xyloto. 
Nov 1
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. 
Nov 1
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Andy Hamilton & The Whiskey Hitchers / Ken Arkind 2014   
Nov 1
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 5: Mike OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by You Me & Apollo, Poet's Row, A Band in Pictures, Dragondeer and Wheelchair Sports Camp. OpenAir's Mike Flanagan will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Nov 1
10:00 PM
Now Playing Mike Marchant, Part 2 This locally-produced live music & interview series showcases independent music artists in Colorado. Each episode includes a mix of live performances and artist interviews.  
Nov 1
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground The Gibson Brothers For their amazing harmonies and whip-crack musicianship, this band claimed the International Bluegrass Music Association's 2013 Entertainer of the Year, Vocal Group, and Song. To top it off, brother Eric was named Songwriter of the Year. The previous year the brothers won the IBMA Entertainer of the Year Award, and the year before that won the prestigious 2011 IBMA Album of the Year Award and Vocal Group of the Year. These seasoned pros' accolades barely do justice to the bluegrass sound that is all their own. 
Nov 1
11:00 PM
Front And Center John Hiatt FRONT AND CENTER returns for a fourth season with the series' eclectic signature of industry veterans mixed with a new generation of chart-toppers. The lineup of 10 episodes includes an Oscar-nominated rock band, guitar legends and, for the first time, country hit-makers. Taped in New York City at the McKittrick Hotel, the Iridium and the Highline Ballroom, this season includes one-of-a-kind performances by Keith Urban, Counting Crows, John Hiatt, Richie Sambora, Joe Satriani, Richard Thompson, The Fray, Paul Rodgers and the Memphis Sessions players singing the music of Stax Records, Lady Antebellum and an episode taped in Nashville during the Country Music Association Songwriters Series. 
Nov 2
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's Mic Harrison & The Highscore The band's albums "Push Me On Home" (2007), "On the Right Side of the Grass" (2008) and "Great Commotion" (2010) landed the group good reviews, airplay on Americana radio stations around the country and a dedicated and enthusiastic fan base. It's music for people who haven't kept up with Lady Gaga's latest outfit or Justin Bieber's new haircut — and maybe a few who do. It's music that relies on strong melodies, lyrics that mean something and invites you to have a good time 
Nov 2
12:30 AM
Music Voyager "Florida: The Other Hollywood" Hollywood, Florida often is overshadowed by its California namesake and its flashier neighbor to the south, Miami Beach. However, a little digging in this coastal community yields a bounty of musical riches. Host Jacob Edgar's adventures in Hollywood, Florida include a conversation and performance with Spanish superstar Antonio Carmona, in town for the Viva Florida 500 concert commemorating the arrival of Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon. Then, Jacob chats with renowned music-inspired muralist and painter Lebo, enjoys a Cuban cigar bar escapade with local musician Eddie Balzola and visits Resurrection Drums, one of the country's premier drum shops. Along the way, he discovers Hollywood's cuisine, beaches and thriving nightlife. 
Nov 2
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Andy Hamilton & The Whiskey Hitchers / Ken Arkind 2014   
Nov 2
1:30 AM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 5: Mike OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by You Me & Apollo, Poet's Row, A Band in Pictures, Dragondeer and Wheelchair Sports Camp. OpenAir's Mike Flanagan will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Nov 2
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Coldplay Grammy-winners Coldplay, the modern-rock giants who have sold more than 50 million records worldwide, perform hits and selections from their newest LP, Mylo Xyloto. 
Nov 2
3:00 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. 
Nov 2
4:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Los Lonely Boys   
Nov 2
5:00 AM
Backstage Pass The Hard Lessons The Detroit indie-rockers perform fan favorites spanning their ten-year career, plus tracks from their 2014 release, "Start What You Finished." 
Nov 2
6:00 AM
euromaxx Highlights Coldplay Grammy-winners Coldplay, the modern-rock giants who have sold more than 50 million records worldwide, perform hits and selections from their newest LP, Mylo Xyloto. 
Nov 2
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.  
Nov 2
7:00 AM
TV Mass for the Homebound  The Archdiocese of Denver began producing the Televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can't be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver's longest running local television program.The Televised Mass is a 30-minute liturgy, prerecorded in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.Recording of the Televised Mass presently takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  
Nov 2
7:30 AM
Misa por TV para los confinados al hogar  Misa por TV para los confinados al hogarThe Archdiocese of Denver began producing the Televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can't be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver's longest running local television program.The Televised Mass is a 30-minute liturgy, prerecorded in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.Recording of the Televised Mass presently takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  
Nov 2
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 
Nov 2
8:30 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. 
Nov 2
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel's Birthday/Daniel's Picnic Daniel's Birthday- It's Daniel's Birthday! Daniel is very excited to go to Baker Aker's Bakery to pick out a cake for his party. When they arrive home after a bumpy ride on Trolley, Daniel is disappointed to find that his cake is smushed. It turns out...smushed cake is yummy too.Daniel's Picnic- Daniel, Prince Wednesday and Miss Elaina are having a picnic in front of the clock factory. When it starts to rain, the picnic is ruined, leaving them very disappointed. The friends turn this around by having their picnic inside the clock factory instead.This episode deals with disappointment and offers the strategy- When something seems bad, turn it around and find something good! 
Nov 2
9:30 AM
Super Why! The Cookbook The Cookbook - Whyatt wants to bake Baby Joy a special birthday cake - but he doesn't know how! Super Why and his friends soar into a new kind of book - a cookbook - and get the information they need from a rhyming chef with a silly sense of humor as well as a recipe for fun! In the end, Whyatt learns how to cook up the perfect birthday for his little sister.Educational Objectives: To learn about baking, play with the alphabet, practice the magic of spelling, and use the power to read to change the story. 
Nov 2
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Sid the Weatherman Sid wants to be a weatherman so he can decide what the weather will be every day. Sid and friends investigate weather and learn that weathermen don't control the weather, but they do have to know all about rain, sun, wind, and hot and cold temperatures! 
Nov 2
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts Polar Bears Don't Dance While in the Arctic, Martin and Chris are on a mission to discover how animals move around in different environments. Their new knowledge comes in handy when they discover that Zach Varmitech has kidnapped a Walrus calf and a Polar bear cub. The Wild Kratts team must do what it takes to return the baby animals to their mothers.Science Concepts: Buoyancy, Traction 
Nov 2
11:00 AM
Arthur D.W.'S Stray Netkitin / Bats in the Belfry D.W.'S Stray Netkitin - D.W. is panicked when a "Scary Clown" virus ruins the Read family computer. Who will take care of her virtual Netkitin pet? "Tickly" needs her hair brushed just so and will only eat Net Nibbles! So D.W. turns to Arthur and Emily for help-but is she really ready to give up control?Educational Objective: D.W. learns to value and trust her relatives and friends.Bats in the Belfry - Arthur and D.W. are thrilled when Grandma Thora lets them turn her attic into a clubhouse. They each have their own fantasy vision of what it should look like... but their argument is interrupted by the appearance of a very real bat! Will the bat threaten their new play space? Or can they appreciate meeting this unfamiliar creature?Educational Objective: Arthur and D.W. learn to think creatively about sharing their play space, and in the process learn about the habits of bats, too. 
Nov 2
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks The Opera Contest/Maestro Martha The Opera Contest An opera contest! Sounds boring! But before you know it, the kids have cooked up their own ideas of what an opera should be. Vocabulary(E) opera, soprano, bass, quartet, accomplish(I) scene, rhyme, costume, stage, prop(s) Maestro Martha Bad guys Pablum and Weaselgraft have a plan to turn a charity concert into a heist by using the power of music. Very strange music. Can Martha turn down the volume on their evil scheming before it's too late?Vocabulary(E) orchestra, symphony, conduct(or)(ing), percussion, composition(I) trumpet, string, maestro, gong, usher 
Nov 2
12:00 PM
This Old House Charlestown Project 2014 Gardens & Greek Revival Style Roger visits the Sullivan Square Community Garden, while Richard works with fireplace expert John Sullivan to rough in the ductwork for the new direct vent gas fireplace units. With plaster work and flooring completed, Norm and Tom add some subtle Greek Revival details to the interior window trim package. For inspiration for her own urban garden, Roger takes homeowner Angela Daigle to see some hidden gardens of Beacon Hill. Painting contractor Mauro Henrique paints the exterior window trim on the rowhouse and puts up samples of a few bold color choices for the new front door. 
Nov 2
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  In this special episode, the guys tackle practical solutions for drought. Richard and Kevin open the show at Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the country that's only at 40 percent capacity. Roger visits Las Vegas to replace a water-guzzling lawn with a desert appropriate alternative. Kevin meets with meteorologist Jim Cantore to hear cautionary tales from the front lines of the drought. And Richard travels to San Francisco to replace an old-fashioned toilet with a new "water sense" solution. 
Nov 2
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Bracket Install See how the decorative cedar brackets are fit, finished and installed as the new home construction progresses. 
Nov 2
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART visits with experts who show us what goes into the planning of new gardens as well as things to keep in mind as we change our gardens over from season to season. Good information. 
Nov 2
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  This week, take a trip to Vermont to meet people involved with sustainable farming and see the foods they produce. In San Francisco, three local farms combine the foods they produce for one amazing restaurant meal to celebrate their hard work and support of local agriculture. In the Victory Garden, Roger explains how to grow butternut squash, and Chef Marian makes cilantro and mango chutney. 
Nov 2
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Beans & Things In this episode of Garden to Table, P. Allen Smith is harvesting beans for use in the kitchen. Allen also visits a soybean farm and has some gardening tips for planting asparagus beans. And food trucks are taking the nation by storm... a visit with one that is dedicated to keeping it green. 
Nov 2
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World In the Garden With Margaret Roach (NY) Former senior exec for Martha Stewart shares how her garden saved her and how it IS possible to grow more sustainably both in the garden and in life. 
Nov 2
3:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Understanding the Mysteries of GIST: A Rare Cancer 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. 
Nov 2
4:00 PM
Taking Earth's Temperature The topic of climate change is on everyone's mind today and is never far from the headlines, but is it possible to truly understand something as complex as the Earth's climate? The answer to that question is at the heart of the documentary "Taking Earth's Temperature: Delving into Climate's Past." It reveals that keys to understanding our planet's climate future lay hidden deep within the climate's distant past. 
Nov 2
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Knoxville, Part 2 In Knoxville, Tennessee, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Francis J. Wahlgren travel to the Rhea County Courthouse to look at a book relating to the Scopes "monkey trial." Highlights include a collection of personal letters from Amelia Earhart to the guest's aunt that feature Earhart's entrepreneurial and self-promotional sprit; Joseph Delaney drawings, circa 1950, purchased from the Knoxville artist's own home for $20 each and now valued at $2,000 to $3,000; and two Jacob Maentel watercolors, circa 1835 and larger than average, that are appraised for $60,000 to $80,000. 
Nov 2
6:00 PM
Both Sides of the Story Am. 68: Horse Track Gaming Ballot Proposal In this new CPT12 debate series. Colorado ballot issues will be argued by accomplished East High School Speech team members. The twist is the students will switch sides mid-way through the program! Debates to include analysis, questions and critique. 
Nov 2
7:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Congressional District 6 Debate Mike Coffman and Andrew Romanoff, both running in the 6th Congressional District, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Nov 2
7:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Congressional District 4 Debate Ken Buck and Vic Meyers, both running in the 4th Congressional District, square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Nov 2
8:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Prop. 104 Debate Prop. 104, which would mandate that school board meetings pertaining to collective bargaining negotiations be open to the public. 
Nov 2
8:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 Governor's Race Debate John Hickenlooper and Bob Beauprez square off in this special one hour debate. 
Nov 2
9:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 2nd Congressional District Debate Jared Polis and George Leing square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Nov 2
10:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 7th Congressional District Debate Ed Perlmutter and Don Ytterberg square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Nov 2
10:30 PM
Rivers of Worry The scenic Severn River on the Bay's western shore is a typical urban-suburban waterway. Many enjoy the lifestyle -- fishing, boating and swimming. But because of high fecal bacteria counts after a hard rain, officials advise everyone to stay out of the water here and across the state for at least two days -- children among those at highest risk. The dangers are highlighted by the story of a resident who acquired a life-threatening infection from fecal bacteria after splashing in the creek behind his house. In spite of waste water upgrades, raw sewage is still being discharged during major storms into bodies of water like the Potomac and its main tributary, the Anacostia River. Meanwhile, researchers on the Potomac suspect that "emerging contaminants" like pharmaceuticals and anti-bacterial chemicals are causing deviations and disease in fish. 
Nov 2
11:00 PM
Great Museums: Elevated Thinking – The High Line In New York City GREAT MUSEUMS: ELEVATED THINKING - THE HIGH LINE IN NEW YORK CITY celebrates the stunning transformation of an elevated, abandoned railway into a widely acclaimed public park. Once an active train line that existed to bring food through the region and into the city, the High Line had long ago been neglected and left to decay. With only months to go before the railway was to be torn down, local groups banded together to save the hulking steel structure. 
Nov 3
12:00 AM
This Old House Charlestown Project 2014 Gardens & Greek Revival Style Roger visits the Sullivan Square Community Garden, while Richard works with fireplace expert John Sullivan to rough in the ductwork for the new direct vent gas fireplace units. With plaster work and flooring completed, Norm and Tom add some subtle Greek Revival details to the interior window trim package. For inspiration for her own urban garden, Roger takes homeowner Angela Daigle to see some hidden gardens of Beacon Hill. Painting contractor Mauro Henrique paints the exterior window trim on the rowhouse and puts up samples of a few bold color choices for the new front door. 
Nov 3
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  In this special episode, the guys tackle practical solutions for drought. Richard and Kevin open the show at Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the country that's only at 40 percent capacity. Roger visits Las Vegas to replace a water-guzzling lawn with a desert appropriate alternative. Kevin meets with meteorologist Jim Cantore to hear cautionary tales from the front lines of the drought. And Richard travels to San Francisco to replace an old-fashioned toilet with a new "water sense" solution. 
Nov 3
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Bracket Install See how the decorative cedar brackets are fit, finished and installed as the new home construction progresses. 
Nov 3
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART visits with experts who show us what goes into the planning of new gardens as well as things to keep in mind as we change our gardens over from season to season. Good information. 
Nov 3
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  This week, take a trip to Vermont to meet people involved with sustainable farming and see the foods they produce. In San Francisco, three local farms combine the foods they produce for one amazing restaurant meal to celebrate their hard work and support of local agriculture. In the Victory Garden, Roger explains how to grow butternut squash, and Chef Marian makes cilantro and mango chutney. 
Nov 3
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Thinking Toys Wooden treasures that captivate imaginations of any age. 
Nov 3
3:00 AM
El Taller Proyecto Teatro aims to make the arts accessible to the entire community, regardless of income levels, and to reduce social and cultural differences of society. For actor and director Alejandro Pedemonte creating a space that leads to human development through the arts was his main goal when he created Talleres Infantiles, a year round Spanish language art program for mostly low income students. We follow a group of students and volunteers for a year as they work together to improve their community while maintaining their culture alive. An Arts in Context special. 
Nov 3
4:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Uruguay Equitrekking host Darley Newman travels to the small South American country of Uruguay to discover gaucho culture by visiting various estancias, riding with cowboys on the beach, taking in the coastal town of Punta del Este and tasting local foods in Montevideo. At an eco-friendly ranch that raises sheep and cattle, Darley learns about the area's mystical vibe on a ride to a section of mysterious stone cones and up to a high point with views of a Tibetan monastery. Over a morning cup of mate, a special tea popular throughout Uruguay, Darley talks with a local about the tradition behind this caffeinated drink and the proper way to prepare it. Then it's off to the beach to visit the attractions of popular Punta del Este and a city stop in Montevideo to eat at Mercado del Puerto. Darley goes horse riding on the beaches of Uruguay's northern border near Brazil, hearing the legends of pirates who once raided the shores. At a working cattle ranch, viewers meet real gauchos, learning about the nomadic life of these South American cowboys. At a third working estancia, Darley rides through area vineyards and explores the rugged terrain of the Sierras of Mahoma on horseback. 
Nov 3
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.  
Nov 3
5:30 AM
Head On Crisis Communication What happens when "60 Minutes" shows up at a corporation's door or some crisis occurs that it wasn't ready for? That's when they turn to crisis communications experts like Jason Vines, the former automotive PR executive who has experienced more than his share of corporate trauma. So much so that he's written a book, which brings him back to Autoline for the first time in a decade. Joining host John McElroy to discuss Jason's book is Peter DeLorenzo from the Autoextremist.com and Detroit Free Press columnist Tom Walsh. 
Nov 3
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Back Relief WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 3
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Flabby Arms This workout focuses on exercises to tone the arm muscles. Mary Ann introduces a new way to strengthen arms using your own body as resistance. 
Nov 3
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Mystery of the Weird Looking Walrus Chris and Martin are on a mission to discover why walrus look so weird, but discover that Zach Varmitech has kidnapped a herd to mine precious pearls for Donita Donata's fashion line. The Wild Kratts team must use the walrus features against Zach to save the creatures and return them to their Arctic domain.Science Concepts: Suction. 
Nov 3
8:00 AM
Curious George Mulch Ado About Nothing/What Goes Up MULCH ADO: The secret to Bill's amazing garden is the compost he uses to feed his plants. George tries to make his own compost, but soon discovers that he's made a stinky mess! The Renkins teach George that proper compost consists of dirt, water, and air with only certain foods (no meat or dairy). In the city, George sees that the plants in the apartment need food. George prepares a hearty "meal" in the living room...using all the containers he can find. When the Man with the Yellow Hat wakes up to a strange odor, he follows his nose to the compost! The neighbors are delighted that George made enough for all the plants in the building.EDU OBJ: To learn what compost is, how it can be made, and how it may be used to fertilize plantsWHAT GOES UP: It's "Reuse Your Junk Day" and George and the Man with the Yellow Hat have one last pickup before they go to the lake. But when they arrive at Renkins' Farm, they find a mountain of junk piled in the Renkins' living room. There's no way they'll finish the job before the suns goes down, which means no lake for George. While the Man is taking a load to the collection center, George discovers that he can use the ironing board as a lever to launch the junk out of the living room and onto the front yard. Soon, all the pigs, chickens, and squirrels are ducking for cover! George's ingenious invention got all the junk outside, but it's scattered everywhere! Did this little monkey cause more work for himself?EDU OBJ: To develop an understanding of how levers work. 
Nov 3
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Aye Aye!/Trick or Treat Aye Aye!Nick and Sally are making Halloween masks, but they want to make them really scary. Cat takes them to meet Aiya, the Aye Aye, in the forest of Spookywoowoo. Aiya shows them, that even though he may look scary - his big ears, huge eyes and long fingers help him to find food. And now Nick and Sally know just how to make their masks scary!Educational Objective: The Aye Aye may look weird and scary with his big ears, teeth, long finger and kooky eyes, but is a fantastic, fun creature adapted to its environment and nothing to be frightened of. Trick or TreatIt's Halloween! The Cat in the Hat takes Sally and Nick trick or treating - his way! Around the world they go, meeting three new friends who teach them each of the tricks they do and share the treats that they like to eat. Back at home Nick and Sally are ready to go trick or treating, with plenty of new tricks to share!Educational Objective: To introduce the audience to the basic diets and behaviours of three fruit-loving animals. 
Nov 3
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 
Nov 3
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. 
Nov 3
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Shape-O-Bots 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.  
Nov 3
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell High and Mighty, Part 3 Exciting surprise in this episode - learn the importance of multiple-step painting that creates a high quality art piece. See advance techniques of the hake brush that quickly suggest the presence of Aspen trees. Finish this episode with placing the shadow color of the snow. 
Nov 3
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Literary Knits Visit the knitting library as former costume designer Annie Modesitt talks about knitting's place in literature. Then, Nikol Lohr shares some of her amazing literature-inspired knits virtually, from the old schoolhouse she calls home. Next, author and designer Joanna Johnson's love for Anne of Green Gables inspired her to create a book of her own. On Tools of the Trade, Tanis reviews books for readers (and knitters) of all ages in which knitting plays a prominent role. Last is Vickie tying up Loose Ends with a crocheted bookmark tutorial. 
Nov 3
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12'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.  
Nov 3
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.  
Nov 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."  
Nov 3
2:00 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 2nd Congressional District Debate Jared Polis and George Leing square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Nov 3
2:30 PM
Colorado Decides 2014 7th Congressional District Debate Ed Perlmutter and Don Ytterberg square off in this 30 minute debate. 
Nov 3
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America Another Seafood Celebration Casino Clams, Mussels Triestina and Cioppino are delicious ways to enjoy seafood. Lidia takes viewers to Swann Oyster Depot for King Crab Legs and Eataly to explore the fish counter. Many Italians from the northwestern coastal region of Liguria settled in the San Francisco area, and it's not surprising that they brought their Cioppino with them. At the popular Scoma's restaurant, located right on the water, the Cioppino is a little different than what you would find in Italy but certainly inspired by the original Ligurian version. 
Nov 3
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Frittata Party / Una Festa della Frittata Just when you thought eggs were just eggs, Mary Ann elevates them into two masterful creations, starting with a fantastic street food; Neapolitan Style Frittata. And then she keeps things on the convenient side, with her Mini-Baked Frittata with Greens and Beans, each one baked in a cupcake pan. 
Nov 3
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Breakfast Standbys Man on the Street John "Doc" Willoughby challenges viewers to a blind oatmeal tasting to see if steel-cut really is better than instant. Then, host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to learn how to make the best bowl of 10-Minute Steel Cut Oatmeal. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried is in the Equipment Corner reviewing his favorite moka pots, and Chris answers questions from viewers. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making perfect Home Fries. 
Nov 3
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Favorites With a Chinese Accent Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Chinese-Style Glazed Pork Tenderloin. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill pans. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of ready rice. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the best Chinese Chicken Salad. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 3
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Inspector Lewis, Season 7: The Lions of Nemea After a difficult start, Lewis and Hathaway seem to have settled back into their former relationship, and Maddox has become integral to the team. Their abilities are tested as they investigate the brutal murder of Rose, an American Classics student. Suspicion immediately falls on a young professor who had recently broken off an affair with her, but as the detectives delve further into the case, they only find more secrets and murky motives. 
Nov 3
8:30 PM
Film School Shorts Fire and Fury 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. 
Nov 3
9:00 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. 
Nov 3
9:30 PM
On Story Constructing Comic Book Movies The creative minds behind the films THOR, THE AVENGERS, HULK, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, ELEKTRA, THE GREEN LANTERN, X-MEN: THE LAST STAND, X2, and X-MEN: FIRST CLASS divulge the complexities of memorable heroes and villains, and how some of the best supernatural films tap into the most basic of human elements. Followed by John Mitchell's SUPER POWERS, a lively short film about a husband and wife who try to salvage their love-life by dressing as superheroes, and find they save more than just their marriage when they're forced out of their apartment fully costumed. 
Nov 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."  
Nov 3
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 3
11:00 PM
Paley on Park Avenue: New York City World-renowned metal sculptor Albert Paley's latest endeavor, one of his most ambitious to date, collectively weighs more than 100 tons and spans three-quarters of a mile along of the nation's most illustrious thoroughfares. PALEY ON PARK AVENUE follows Paley and his team as they create 13 original sculptures designed to grace the median of Park Avenue in New York City for six months. With unprecedented access to the artist and his studios, PALEY ON PARK AVENUE charts the entire project from conception to installation. The documentary also features revealing stories about the sculptor, his work and the Park Avenue project through interviews with Paley, his staff and community leaders. 
Nov 4
12:00 AM
Film School Shorts Fire and Fury 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. 
Nov 4
12:30 AM
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. 
Nov 4
1:00 AM
This Old House Charlestown Project 2014 Gardens & Greek Revival Style Roger visits the Sullivan Square Community Garden, while Richard works with fireplace expert John Sullivan to rough in the ductwork for the new direct vent gas fireplace units. With plaster work and flooring completed, Norm and Tom add some subtle Greek Revival details to the interior window trim package. For inspiration for her own urban garden, Roger takes homeowner Angela Daigle to see some hidden gardens of Beacon Hill. Painting contractor Mauro Henrique paints the exterior window trim on the rowhouse and puts up samples of a few bold color choices for the new front door. 
Nov 4
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  In this special episode, the guys tackle practical solutions for drought. Richard and Kevin open the show at Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the country that's only at 40 percent capacity. Roger visits Las Vegas to replace a water-guzzling lawn with a desert appropriate alternative. Kevin meets with meteorologist Jim Cantore to hear cautionary tales from the front lines of the drought. And Richard travels to San Francisco to replace an old-fashioned toilet with a new "water sense" solution. 
Nov 4
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America Another Seafood Celebration Casino Clams, Mussels Triestina and Cioppino are delicious ways to enjoy seafood. Lidia takes viewers to Swann Oyster Depot for King Crab Legs and Eataly to explore the fish counter. Many Italians from the northwestern coastal region of Liguria settled in the San Francisco area, and it's not surprising that they brought their Cioppino with them. At the popular Scoma's restaurant, located right on the water, the Cioppino is a little different than what you would find in Italy but certainly inspired by the original Ligurian version. 
Nov 4
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Frittata Party / Una Festa della Frittata Just when you thought eggs were just eggs, Mary Ann elevates them into two masterful creations, starting with a fantastic street food; Neapolitan Style Frittata. And then she keeps things on the convenient side, with her Mini-Baked Frittata with Greens and Beans, each one baked in a cupcake pan. 
Nov 4
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Breakfast Standbys Man on the Street John "Doc" Willoughby challenges viewers to a blind oatmeal tasting to see if steel-cut really is better than instant. Then, host Christopher Kimball goes into the test kitchen with test cook Bridget Lancaster to learn how to make the best bowl of 10-Minute Steel Cut Oatmeal. Next, equipment expert Adam Ried is in the Equipment Corner reviewing his favorite moka pots, and Chris answers questions from viewers. Finally, test cook Julia Collin Davison uncovers the secrets to making perfect Home Fries. 
Nov 4
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Favorites With a Chinese Accent Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make Chinese-Style Glazed Pork Tenderloin. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for grill pans. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of ready rice. And finally, test cook Bridget Lancaster shows Chris how to make the best Chinese Chicken Salad. 
Nov 4
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell High and Mighty, Part 3 Exciting surprise in this episode - learn the importance of multiple-step painting that creates a high quality art piece. See advance techniques of the hake brush that quickly suggest the presence of Aspen trees. Finish this episode with placing the shadow color of the snow. 
Nov 4
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Literary Knits Visit the knitting library as former costume designer Annie Modesitt talks about knitting's place in literature. Then, Nikol Lohr shares some of her amazing literature-inspired knits virtually, from the old schoolhouse she calls home. Next, author and designer Joanna Johnson's love for Anne of Green Gables inspired her to create a book of her own. On Tools of the Trade, Tanis reviews books for readers (and knitters) of all ages in which knitting plays a prominent role. Last is Vickie tying up Loose Ends with a crocheted bookmark tutorial. 
Nov 4
5:00 AM
This is America & the World  THIS IS AMERICA is a weekly public affairs television series hosted by Dennis Wholey. Conversations with opinion leaders, newsmakers and extraordinary Americans. Dennis talks with guests on their home turf, where they're most comfortable and most likely to reveal their true selves.  
Nov 4
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.  
Nov 4
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Nov 4
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Shake a Leg! WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 4
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit The Power of Small Movements This episode demonstrates what can be achieved with small gentle movements. 
Nov 4
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. 
Nov 4
8:00 AM
Curious George Fun Ball Talley/Red Sky at Night, Monkey's Delight Dulson's Toy Store is having a contest! The person who comes closest to guessing how many Super Mega Fun-Balls are in the rocket shaped dispenser wins the entire container of balls -- and the rocket, too! Steve, Betsy, and George come up with their own unique estimating methods. When soccer balls, grapes, and marbles fail George's Fun-Ball Size Relation Test, George realizes that the perfect size specimens are in the Man with the Yellow Hat's golf ball bucket! Will George and Betsy find the right answer, or will super confident Steve's formula triumph?George is tired of his fun always being ruined by the weather! Inspired by the Man with the Yellow Hat's painting of a beautiful sunset, George starts a weather journal by drawing pictures of the sky. But predicting the weather isn't as easy as it seems. When George's picnic is ruined by rain, and he stays indoors on a beautiful sunny day, he decides to study wind patterns, too. When the city's weather station loses its satellite, Professors Einstein and Pizza turn to George's drawings, homemade windsock, and cricket temperature readings to predict the day's weather for the Mayor's golf outing. Who knew a monkey could predict the weather? 
Nov 4
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Jumping on the Moon/Sneezy Riders Jumping on the MoonSynopsis: Nick and Sally are trying to jump high enough to touch the moon, but "what goes up must come down" says the Cat. That's gravity! And to show them just what gravity is, that means a trip to the moon! That's where they meet Astronaut Audrey who takes them for a space walk to learn all about gravity.Educational Objective: A powerful force called "gravity" pulls things back down to the ground on Earth. There is lower gravity on the Moon than on Earth.Sneezy RidersSynopsis: Sally and Nick are playing hide and seek, but Nick keeps sneezing! How can they stop it from happening? Good thing Cat's friend Cluey Looey will be able to help them! At Muddyfeet Waterhole they discover that Louie is having the same problem! Nothing a trip inside Louie's nose can't solve! Inside a super shrunken Thingamajigger, Nick, Sally and Cat discover what causes sneezing and what they can do to avoid it from happening!Educational Objective: Sneezing is your body's way of removing irritation from your nose. 
Nov 4
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 
Nov 4
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train An Apatosaurus Adventure/Nature Art An Apatosaurus Adventure The Pteranodon kids visit the Jurassic Time Period to meet Apollo Apatosaurus, a huge, long-necked, long-tailed dinosaur who likes adventure. Apollo loves to whip his long tail, and does so as he leads the kids on a pretend adventure to find a hard-to-reach tree with yummy, delicious leaves!Educational Objectives Animals employ a variety of methods to protect themselves. Scientists believe that Apatosaurus may have defended itself by rearing up on its hind legs, and by using its whip-like tail as a weapon. Nature Art Mrs. Pteranodon cleans out the clutter from the family nest and the kids are amazed at the pile of stuff - leaves, flower petals, pieces of wood, and shells. Tiny stops Mom from throwing out all the stuff, determined that she and Buddy, Tiny, and Don will find a use for it all. And, they do- the Pteranodon kids have fun making nature art on the beach using the items from nest!Educational Objectives This episode demonstrates how to make Nature Art (following in the footsteps of nature artists, Zach Pine and Andy Goldsworthy). We will teach kids about making art from items found in nature- from spherical orbs of sand to sand-designs filled in with seaweed to stacked towers of balanced rocks. The natural items to make art (leaves, branches, rocks, dirt) are all kid-friendly and generally readily available natural materials. 
Nov 4
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.  
Nov 4
11:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz Color Venice, Part 1 Veteran public television host Gary Spetz continues his artistic journeys in his new series, COLOR WORLD WITH GARY SPETZ. This visual travelogue emphasizes the path the painter-photographer takes when creating his art.COLOR WORLD celebrates the wonders of travel and the beauty of the natural world. Interested in culture, fascinated by history and inspired by nature, Spetz encourages viewers to open their eyes and appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in simple scenes.  
Nov 4
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts DIY Quilt Studio and Organization Ideas Organizing and cleaning up your work space is a great way to jump start your creativity. We begin with a return visit from Libby Lehman and must-have sewing essentials for your sewing studio: your own quilting survival kit! Then, Pokey Bolton creates fabric covered cans for storing your studio goodies and using up some of your fabric stash. We finish up with Elizabeth Hartman and how to make a design wall and pressing board that are unique to your space. 
Nov 4
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.  
Nov 4
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.  
Nov 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."  
Nov 4
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Garden Myths 2.0 (Atlanta, GA) A look at more garden myths and what to really do instead. 
Nov 4
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Herbs for What Ails You Mingle herbs for food, wildlife flowers and what ails you into your waterwise scheme. Visit a gardener who removed grass for a menu that serves up art, food, and wildlife invites. 
Nov 4
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Salmon Start with one large, whole salmon, and observe as Julia and Jacques transform the fish into Salmon Tartar and "Instant Gravlax." This, of course, is prelude to baking the salmon in an "only Julia can get away with it" bicycle pump inflated parchment papillote (bag). For those cooking solo, they also demonstrate how to filet and then roast fresh salmon, served with a garnish of snow peas and tomatoes. 
Nov 4
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Leslie Mackie Chef Julia Child observes as pastry chef and owner of Seattle's Macrina Bakery Leslie Mackie bakes an assortment of tarts and pies. First, Leslie demonstrates how to make the classic pie dough that will form the base of these desserts; some of the dough is used raw, while other crusts are pre-baked in order to avoid a soggy crust. This dough can be frozen for up to a month. Once the shells are prepared, she creates a classic French apple tart, a berry yogurt tart, and a blueberry nectarine tart garnished with chopped almonds. 
Nov 4
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Holiday Breads We all have beloved holiday recipes that have been handed down in our families. In this episode, Martha makes three traditional dishes, each one perfect for family and guests or to give as a gift. They include an impressive Italian panettone studded with dried fruit and almonds and finished with a sugar and almond topping, a classic German stollen — one that Martha's mother loved to make — loaded with dried fruit and marzipan, and an authentic, braided bread for the Greek Orthodox Easter embellished with bright red eggs. Each of these is sure to be the centerpiece of your festive holiday table. 
Nov 4
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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 4
6:56 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 4
7:00 PM
Live Election Results from CBS-4 Studios On election night, Colorado Public Television will offer three hours of live election coverage. CBS4 News' Jim Benemann and Karen Leigh will host the non-stop coverage. 
Nov 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."  
Nov 4
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 4
11:00 PM
Clean Lines, Open Spaces: A View of Mid-Century Modern Architecture Clean Lines, Open Spaces: A View of Mid-Century Modern Architecture focuses on the construction boom in the United States after WWII. Sometimes considered cold and unattractive, mid-century modern designs were a by-product of post-war optimism and reflected a nation's dedication to building a new future. This new architecture used modern materials such as reinforced concrete, glass and steel and was defined by clean lines, simple shapes and unornamented facades. 
Nov 5
12:00 AM
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. 
Nov 5
12:30 AM
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. 
Nov 5
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Garden Myths 2.0 (Atlanta, GA) A look at more garden myths and what to really do instead. 
Nov 5
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Herbs for What Ails You Mingle herbs for food, wildlife flowers and what ails you into your waterwise scheme. Visit a gardener who removed grass for a menu that serves up art, food, and wildlife invites. 
Nov 5
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Jimmy Sneed Chef Jimmy Sneed cooks soft-shell crabs with fresh pasta and cole slaw. He demonstrates how anyone can make fresh pasta at home, and how to clean a soft-shell crab before cooking it. 
Nov 5
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Buttermilk Fried Quail with Honey, Grandmother's Rabbit, and Bourbon Pecan Pie Buttermilk Fried Quail with Honey, Grandmother's Rabbit, and Bourbon Pecan Pie 
Nov 5
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia Leslie Mackie Chef Julia Child observes as pastry chef and owner of Seattle's Macrina Bakery Leslie Mackie bakes an assortment of tarts and pies. First, Leslie demonstrates how to make the classic pie dough that will form the base of these desserts; some of the dough is used raw, while other crusts are pre-baked in order to avoid a soggy crust. This dough can be frozen for up to a month. Once the shells are prepared, she creates a classic French apple tart, a berry yogurt tart, and a blueberry nectarine tart garnished with chopped almonds. 
Nov 5
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.  
Nov 5
4:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz Color Venice, Part 1 Veteran public television host Gary Spetz continues his artistic journeys in his new series, COLOR WORLD WITH GARY SPETZ. This visual travelogue emphasizes the path the painter-photographer takes when creating his art.COLOR WORLD celebrates the wonders of travel and the beauty of the natural world. Interested in culture, fascinated by history and inspired by nature, Spetz encourages viewers to open their eyes and appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in simple scenes.  
Nov 5
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts DIY Quilt Studio and Organization Ideas Organizing and cleaning up your work space is a great way to jump start your creativity. We begin with a return visit from Libby Lehman and must-have sewing essentials for your sewing studio: your own quilting survival kit! Then, Pokey Bolton creates fabric covered cans for storing your studio goodies and using up some of your fabric stash. We finish up with Elizabeth Hartman and how to make a design wall and pressing board that are unique to your space. 
Nov 5
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.  
Nov 5
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.  
Nov 5
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Nov 5
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Royal Flush WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 5
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Flexibility and Range of Motion All the exercises in this program highlight range of motion throughout the shoulders and back. 
Nov 5
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. 
Nov 5
8:00 AM
Curious George Shipwrecked with Hundley/Chasing Rainbows George and the Man with the Yellow Hat join Hundley and the Doorman for a ride on their neat and orderly sailboat -- much to Hundley's dismay. A cracked boom forces them to land on a remote island to make repairs. But when George thoughtfully returns the anchor to the boat, he and Hundley drift into the open sea! Working as a team, they're able to navigate the sailboat back to land, but the Man and the Doorman are nowhere to be found. Are George and Hundley stuck on this island forever, or are those familiar looking rocks, trees, and birds the key to finding their friends?It's Steve and Betsy's first time in the country and who better to give them a guided tour of the forest than George? When a light rain casts a stunning rainbow in the sky, George decides to track down the end of the rainbow to see if there really is a pot of gold. Betsy and Charkie follow, leaving Steve behind trying to take pictures of the wildlife. Where did George and Betsy go? Bill rescues Steve from an encounter with a moose. They seek the Man with the Yellow Hat's assistance locate George and Betsy. But can the Man's "pot of gold" lead the travelers back to the treasure of a safe home? 
Nov 5
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The When I Grow Up/Doing It Differently When I Grow UpSally and Nick are trying to guess what they'll be when they grow up when the Cat drops in for a visit. Cat is sure Nick and Sally will never guess what his friend Puggle will be when she grows up. When they see her, they start guessing right away! A frog? A duck? No, a beaver! They discover that, while Puggle may have some similarities to other creatures, she will grow up to be a duck billed platypus!Educational Objective: Baby animals/Identifying physical features...to show that young animals look just like the creatures they will grow up into as adults (including humans).Doing It DifferentlyNick and Sally can't seem to find Harvey the guinea pig. They find the Cat in the Hat instead! Cat suggests that Sally and Nick might find Harvey by meeting three friends who always do things differently - like a bird that runs instead of flies, or a cat that swims, or a fish that walks on the mud! Nick and Sally are sure to find Harvey now - by doing it differently!Educational Objective: Animals who come up with unexpected solutions to problems. 
Nov 5
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 
Nov 5
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train One Big Frog/Caving with Vlad ONE BIG FROGThe Pteranodon kids are playing a game called "I'm the Biggest," which raises the question: how big is the biggest frog? Dad takes the kids on the Dinosaur Train to find the biggest frog ever, the legendary Beelzebufo. Once off the train, they have to take a river raft to find this illusive creature, but find him they do. The kids are surprised to find that Benny Beelzebufo isn't nearly as large (or mean) as they'd imagined, but he is definitely the biggest frog they've ever seen! Benny teaches the kids about his "sit-still-and-wait" hunting style and shows off his large, floating leaf "home."Educational Objective: Beelzebufo was a particularly large species of prehistoric frog - perhaps the largest that ever existed. It lived inthe late Cretaceous Period. It may have grown to over 16 inches and almost 10 lbs. in size. Beelzebufo was a predator whose expansive mouth allowed it to eat relatively large prey, perhaps even juvenile dinosaurs. Beelzebufo was not only huge, it had a protective shield and very powerful jaws.CAVING WITH VLADThe Pteranodon family rides the "Night Train" all the way back to the Jurassic to visit their nocturnal friend, Vlad Volaticotherium, who wants to take them caving! Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don don't even know what caving is, but are soon having a great time seeing all of the stalactites and stalagmites that have formed inside the cave. They also learn that it can be a lot of fun to hear your voice echo down the cave's long caverns!Educational Objective: Stalagmites are limestone formations that rise from the floor of a cave. Stalactites are tubular formations of minerals that hang from the ceiling of caves. 
Nov 5
10:00 AM
Sesame Street If Me Had That Wand Cookie Monster is tempted to take Abby's wand so he can use magic to make different kinds of cookies, but Alan helps him think about how Abby would feel if he took her wand. Educational objective: Math/Self-Regulation 
Nov 5
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson And an Apple, part 3 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. 
Nov 5
11:30 AM
Sew It All Off the Cuff, Tara Rex Create fun and funky fabric jewelry. 
Nov 5
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.  
Nov 5
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.  
Nov 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."  
Nov 5
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART visits an extraordinary garden that mixes formal aspects with informal. One of the benefits with the formal is the winter structure it provides. The informal plantings are used much as an artist would. A unique approach and an outstanding gardener. A great show and a lot to learn. 
Nov 5
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Kitchen Cabinet Easy to make raised panel, mative hardwood show-stoppers. 
Nov 5
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Sustainable Aquaculture in the Rich Waters of Ensenada" Two of Ensenada's best seafood chefs, Benito Molina and Alain Genchi, join Rick for a lesson in mollusk farming. Juan Carlos Lapuente of Acuacultura Integral de Baja California takes the trio to the rich coastal waters to see oyster and mussel farming. Along the way, we learn that the quality of these waters is what makes the seafood from this area so outstanding. They cook their catch at Muelle Tres on the Ensenada waterfront, then Rick accompanies Benito to his fine-dining restaurant, Manzanilla, for sautéed abalone and two oyster preparations. Solange Muris pairs her husband's dishes with the local wines. At home, Rick shows us how to make the green ceviche he enjoys at Erizo, a Tijuana ceviche restaurant featuring local seafood. 
Nov 5
3:30 PM
Taste This! Cooking with Salt TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
Nov 5
4:00 PM
Food Forward Modern Milk American dairy is undergoing a renaissance. A cottage industry of dairy farmers, cheese makers and creameries is creating delicious alternatives to industrial milk. In this episode, meet West Coast raw milk revolutionaries, Vermont cheese entrepreneurs making serious cheddar, and ice cream innovators in San Francisco and New York City. 
Nov 5
4:30 PM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Honey 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. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 5
6:56 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 5
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Trouble with Antibiotics FRONTLINE investigates the widespread use of antibiotics in food animals and whether it is fueling the growing crisis of antibiotic resistance in people. Also this hour: An exclusive interview with the family of a young man who died in a nightmare bacteria outbreak that swept through a hospital at the National Institutes of Health. 
Nov 5
8:00 PM
Our Fires Still Burn: The Native American Expierience This exciting and compelling one hour documentary invites viewers into the lives of contemporary Native American role models living in the U.S. Midwest. It dispels the myth that American Indians have disappeared from the American horizon, and reveals how they continue to persist, heal from the past, confront the challenges of today, keep their culture alive, and make great contributions to society. 
Nov 5
9:00 PM
Horse Tribe Legendary as one of America's greatest horse tribes, the 21st century Nez Perce decided to bring horses back to their land and lives with the unlikely help of a charismatic Navajo horseman, Rudy Shebala. His mentorship guides at-risk teenagers toward the strong medicine of horses, and his equine skills bring historic Nez Perce horse culture to modern renown. But his personal demons imperil both accomplishments. HORSE TRIBE is an epic story about the connection of human to animal, history to life, individuals to community, grief to resolve, and values to action. 
Nov 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."  
Nov 5
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 5
11:00 PM
Trial of Edward Snowman; The What would happen if Edward Snowden stood trial? A panel of leading experts role plays through this imaginary scenario, in which the NSA surveillance program is as much on trial as Snowden. The Panel includes::Charles Savage, Reporter, The New York TimesGen. Michael Hayden, former director, CIA and NSAJoseph Russoniello, former U.S. Attorney and terrorism prosecution expertHon. Nancy Gertner, former U.S. District Judge, presently Professor at Harvard Law SchoolProfessor David Cole, Professor, Georgetown LawAbbe Lowell, Partner, Chadbourne & Parke, top criminal defense lawyerHost: Evan Tsen Lee is Professor of Law, UC Hastings. He teaches Constitutional Law and Criminal Law and has been named "Teacher of the Year" five times by the students at UC Hastings. His publications include "Judicial Restraint in America" (Oxford U. Press); and scholarly articles in the Harvard Law Review, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, the Supreme Court Review, and many other prestigious journals. 
Nov 6
12:00 AM
Our Fires Still Burn: The Native American Expierience This exciting and compelling one hour documentary invites viewers into the lives of contemporary Native American role models living in the U.S. Midwest. It dispels the myth that American Indians have disappeared from the American horizon, and reveals how they continue to persist, heal from the past, confront the challenges of today, keep their culture alive, and make great contributions to society. 
Nov 6
1:00 AM
Horse Tribe Legendary as one of America's greatest horse tribes, the 21st century Nez Perce decided to bring horses back to their land and lives with the unlikely help of a charismatic Navajo horseman, Rudy Shebala. His mentorship guides at-risk teenagers toward the strong medicine of horses, and his equine skills bring historic Nez Perce horse culture to modern renown. But his personal demons imperil both accomplishments. HORSE TRIBE is an epic story about the connection of human to animal, history to life, individuals to community, grief to resolve, and values to action. 
Nov 6
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Sustainable Aquaculture in the Rich Waters of Ensenada" Two of Ensenada's best seafood chefs, Benito Molina and Alain Genchi, join Rick for a lesson in mollusk farming. Juan Carlos Lapuente of Acuacultura Integral de Baja California takes the trio to the rich coastal waters to see oyster and mussel farming. Along the way, we learn that the quality of these waters is what makes the seafood from this area so outstanding. They cook their catch at Muelle Tres on the Ensenada waterfront, then Rick accompanies Benito to his fine-dining restaurant, Manzanilla, for sautéed abalone and two oyster preparations. Solange Muris pairs her husband's dishes with the local wines. At home, Rick shows us how to make the green ceviche he enjoys at Erizo, a Tijuana ceviche restaurant featuring local seafood. 
Nov 6
2:30 AM
Taste This! Cooking with Salt TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
Nov 6
3:00 AM
Food Forward Modern Milk American dairy is undergoing a renaissance. A cottage industry of dairy farmers, cheese makers and creameries is creating delicious alternatives to industrial milk. In this episode, meet West Coast raw milk revolutionaries, Vermont cheese entrepreneurs making serious cheddar, and ice cream innovators in San Francisco and New York City. 
Nov 6
3:30 AM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Honey 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. 
Nov 6
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson And an Apple, part 3 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. 
Nov 6
4:30 AM
Sew It All Off the Cuff, Tara Rex Create fun and funky fabric jewelry. 
Nov 6
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.  
Nov 6
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.  
Nov 6
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Nov 6
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Breath Is Key WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 6
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Nov 6
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Nov 6
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Nov 6
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Slider, the Otter Episode Description: The Wild Kratts discover a lost otter cub. Assuming he is lost, the bros attempt to find his family, while introducing him to life in the Cypress Swamp of Florida. Science Concept: Instinct and learning. Otter cubs have to learn how to survive in their particular habitat. 
Nov 6
8:00 AM
Curious George Night of the Weiner Dog/Animal Trackers Poor Hundley! It's the first time he's been apart from the Doorman in over 3 years and George's room isn't exactly this dapper daschund's idea of "neat and orderly." Being a good host, George follows the Doorman's detailed instructions. George accurately measures Hundley's food, graciously lets him watch his favorite TV show, "Poodle Groomers," and even rearranges his living room to make Hundley feel more at home. Though Hundley's strict demands are not George's idea of a fun sleepover, George comes through for his friend by rescuing Hundley's squeaky mouse from the balcony. Now, at last, Hundley can fall asleep! Later that night, when George is having a nightmare, how can Hundley return the favor and help his friend?It's Nature Week and George is taking pictures of wild animals and their tracks for the big exhibit. Bullfrogs, squirrels, raccoons and hawks are all nice, but George wants a picture of something really exciting and unusual. While George searches for the fawn Bill spotted, he finds an unusual set of tracks that look like a cross between a gigantic duck and a colossal snake. George decides there must be a duckbilled dinosaur on the loose-which would make for a perfect photo for Nature Week! George leaves a trail of fruits and vegetables to lure the dinosaur, but then he remembers that not all dinosaurs are friendly! George frantically rushes to warn everyone, when he bumps into the real culprit behind those tracks - and it's very different than a dinosaur! 
Nov 6
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Inside Out/Hear Here Inside OutSynopsis: Nick keeps trying to surprise Sally, but he just can't do it! The Cat takes them to find a real surprise in the Skippylarito Fields! Once there, Cat shows them a special bean - that suddenly moves! With a shrunken Thingamajigger, they go inside the bean and meet the moth larvae that lives there. They learn that it's really the moth that causes the bean to move. What a neat surprise indeed!Educational Objective: The kids learn that Mexican Jumping Beans are actually seeds/beans with small moth larvae living inside them.Hear HereSynopsis: The kids hear chirping but can't find where it's coming from. If only they had better ears. Ears like an elephant? Or maybe an owl or even a fox? Not a problem when the Cat's around! He takes them to meet these animals with amazing ears. Back home the kids used what they learned from their new friends to find the sound - a teeny tiny cricket! What other great sounds are around?Educational Objective: Animal ears come in many shapes and sizes. 
Nov 6
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Circus Problem/The Buried Treasure Problem The Circus Problem - The Circus. When Peg and Cat find themselves in the center ring, they climb, swing, swoop and juggle their way over amazing heights and lengths.Primary Content: Measuring height, measuring lengthSecondary Content: Counting by twosThe Buried Treasure Problem - Pirate Island. Peg and Cat measure their way to buried treasure using Cat as a measuring stick!Primary Content: Non-standard units of measurementSecondary Content: Mapping 
Nov 6
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Night Train/Fossil Fred "Night Train"Dad, Buddy and Tiny take a special ride on the Dinosaur Train at night, learning about animals that are active after dark, culminating at the Big Pond for a nature walk under the full moon. "Fossil Fred"Buddy, Tiny and Don play "detective" and search around the Big Pond for fossils. The kids end up finding an entire skeleton of a Jurassic dinosaur. 
Nov 6
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Dirtballs 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.  
Nov 6
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Nov 6
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Doll Costume Dress Up, Part 2 Nurture imaginative play with little ones—make doll costumes for them to envision their dreams!Attend a make believe rodeo, jump tall buildings in a single bound, become a mod-style witch, or try a bug's life with these 18" doll costumes. Guest Joan Hinds uses a minimum of pattern pieces in her easy-to-sew designs. Nancy and Joan sew doll costumes from unique fabrics and include a variety of techniques. 
Nov 6
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.  
Nov 6
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Jackie Collins - Drop Dead Beautiful (Actress) Jackie Collins is one of the world's bestselling authors. She has sold nearly half a billion books in over forty different countries. Her twenty-four bestselling novels have never been out of print. With her latest book, Drop Dead Beautiful, she continues to captivate readers with her tales of the rich, famous and powerful, exposing all their warts for the world to see. 
Nov 6
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 6
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  This week, take a trip to Vermont to meet people involved with sustainable farming and see the foods they produce. In San Francisco, three local farms combine the foods they produce for one amazing restaurant meal to celebrate their hard work and support of local agriculture. In the Victory Garden, Roger explains how to grow butternut squash, and Chef Marian makes cilantro and mango chutney. 
Nov 6
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Beans & Things In this episode of Garden to Table, P. Allen Smith is harvesting beans for use in the kitchen. Allen also visits a soybean farm and has some gardening tips for planting asparagus beans. And food trucks are taking the nation by storm... a visit with one that is dedicated to keeping it green. 
Nov 6
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Dumplings Dumplings are a mainstay in nearly every cuisine across the world. Watch as Martha makes three kinds of dumplings, shaping each according to tradition. She begins with two well-known Italian dumplings, gnocchi and gnudi, then shares her family recipe for Polish pierogi, which has been passed down through generations. 
Nov 6
3:30 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino Elegant Veal Chops & a Delectable Cheesecake Cooking the perfect chop and preparing the ultimate sauce with port and Gorgonzola is a easy as 1-2-3! Making the perfect dessert is even easier. Nick visits the cheese monger and the butcher and prepares Veal Chops with Port & Gorgonzola and a Ricotta Cheesecake with Coffee & Chocolate. 
Nov 6
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Food for a Viking Danish chef Claus Meyer joins Andreas in Ribe, the oldest town in Scandinavia. While in Denmark, Andreas and Claus prepare fresh oysters with herbs, an herbal yogurt smoothie with honey, a wholesome corn porridge dessert with fresh berries, and finally, a slow-roasted beef sirloin served with beans, nuts and thyme. 
Nov 6
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Nuremberg to Linz Burt starts off in Nuremberg with visits to the 900 year old Imperial Castle, the open farmers' market and his favorite spice cookie shop. Then he sails to Regensburg to visit the remains of an ancient Roman fort. Next he cruises through the Danube Gorge to Weltenburg Abbey where the Benedictine monks have been brewing one of Europe's great beers since 1050. In Linz, we learn about the Linzertorte and see the world's largest church organ. 
Nov 6
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Nov 6
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Nov 6
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Nov 6
6:56 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 6
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker El Salvador & Honduras Brianna explores Honduras and El Salvador, two of Central America's most rewarding destinations. In Honduras, she swims with dolphins, spends the day at a banana plantation, visits the Mayan ruins of Copan and learns how to roll cigars in Santa Rosa de Copan. Next she heads to El Salvador, where she climbs the Izalco volcano, treks through waterfalls in El Imposible National Park, visits with a former guerrilla commander at the Guazapa volcano, enjoys a rodeo fiesta in San Luis del Carmen and ascends the still-active Santa Ana volcano, the highest in the country. 
Nov 6
8:00 PM
NOVA Surviving Ebola In December, 2013, in a small village in West Africa, a young boy died from the dreaded disease, Ebola. Over the next nine months the virulent killer would claim more victims than all previous Ebola epidemics put together. And for the first time, the disease escaped the isolated, rural villages where it had first appeared, and traveled in infected patients by air to densely populated cities in several African countries. As the epidemic threatens to spiral out of control, NOVA reports from the hot zone, where courageous medical teams struggle to cope with a flood of victims, to labs where scientists are racing to test vaccines and find a cure. "Surviving Ebola" includes chilling first-hand interviews of what it's like to catch -- and -- survive this terrible affliction. 
Nov 6
9:00 PM
Adopted: For the Life of Me What would it be like to never know who you were when you were born? Adoption: For the Life of Me follows Dave as he embarks on a journey to find his birthmother. Along with the heartwarming stories of Joe and a half dozen other adopted citizens, Dave's saga illuminates the impact secrets can have over an entire lifetime. With its unexpected and moving conclusion, Adoption: For the Life of Me is one of those films that will stay with you long after you witness it... 
Nov 6
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 6
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 6
11:00 PM
Tragedy and Courage on the Bering Sea Captain Dave Shoemaker's gripping account of the fire that consumed his vessel on October 20, 2002 ranks among the great stories of tragedy and courage at sea. He was alone in the wheelhouse shortly after 1600 hours when one of his processing factory foremen burst into the wheelhouse and shouted that there was smoke in the fish factory.Within four minutes, the vessel would be rocked by the first of many explosions, a blast that hurled three members of the starboard fire team through the three-by-three-foot gear-setting hatch at the stern and 30 feet through the air, into the frigid waters of the Bering Sea. Crippled, without power or steerage in the fifteen-to-twenty foot seas and 30-knot winds, forced out of the wheelhouse by the intense fire that roared out of control below decks, without radio communications or any means of calling for help, with men in the water, with the port life raft consumed in flames and survival suits melting on the blistering deck plates, Shoemaker struggled to save his crew mates and himself. For his efforts in saving twenty three of the twenty six men and women aboard the Galaxy that day, Shoemaker would be awarded the U.S. Coast Guard's Gold Lifesaving Medal, the agency's highest civilian commendation for heroism. 
Nov 7
12:00 AM
Alaska: Silence & Solitude ALASKA: SILENCE & SOLITUDE is an opportunity to visit with Dick Proenneke of ALONE IN THE WILDERNESS fame. Venture into the remote wilderness of Alaska to experience the spectacular scenery, encounter bull moose, caribou, and grizzly bears. Catch up with Dick Proenneke, who - at the time this film was made - had been living by himself in this "one man's wilderness" for over 30 years. For those who dream of a true wilderness experience in the wilds of Alaska, this film is the next best thing to being there. 
Nov 7
1:00 AM
IQ: SMARTPARENT Like, Follow, Share IQ: SMARTPARENT equips parents and caregivers with the knowledge and tools they need to successfully guide their children in the use of digital media and technology. The three-part series addresses children's media consumption — from helping them discern between fiction and reality to safeguarding their online identities. Host Angela Santomero created and executive produced the acclaimed children's television series Blue's Clue on Nick Jr., and Super Why! and Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood on PBS KIDS. Santomero also hosts PBS' The Parent Show at PBSparents.org and writes a personal blog about parenting at AngelasClues.com. 
Nov 7
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Dumplings Dumplings are a mainstay in nearly every cuisine across the world. Watch as Martha makes three kinds of dumplings, shaping each according to tradition. She begins with two well-known Italian dumplings, gnocchi and gnudi, then shares her family recipe for Polish pierogi, which has been passed down through generations. 
Nov 7
2:30 AM
Cooking With Nick Stellino Elegant Veal Chops & a Delectable Cheesecake Cooking the perfect chop and preparing the ultimate sauce with port and Gorgonzola is a easy as 1-2-3! Making the perfect dessert is even easier. Nick visits the cheese monger and the butcher and prepares Veal Chops with Port & Gorgonzola and a Ricotta Cheesecake with Coffee & Chocolate. 
Nov 7
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking Food for a Viking Danish chef Claus Meyer joins Andreas in Ribe, the oldest town in Scandinavia. While in Denmark, Andreas and Claus prepare fresh oysters with herbs, an herbal yogurt smoothie with honey, a wholesome corn porridge dessert with fresh berries, and finally, a slow-roasted beef sirloin served with beans, nuts and thyme. 
Nov 7
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Nuremberg to Linz Burt starts off in Nuremberg with visits to the 900 year old Imperial Castle, the open farmers' market and his favorite spice cookie shop. Then he sails to Regensburg to visit the remains of an ancient Roman fort. Next he cruises through the Danube Gorge to Weltenburg Abbey where the Benedictine monks have been brewing one of Europe's great beers since 1050. In Linz, we learn about the Linzertorte and see the world's largest church organ. 
Nov 7
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Nov 7
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy Doll Costume Dress Up, Part 2 Nurture imaginative play with little ones—make doll costumes for them to envision their dreams!Attend a make believe rodeo, jump tall buildings in a single bound, become a mod-style witch, or try a bug's life with these 18" doll costumes. Guest Joan Hinds uses a minimum of pattern pieces in her easy-to-sew designs. Nancy and Joan sew doll costumes from unique fabrics and include a variety of techniques. 
Nov 7
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.  
Nov 7
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Jackie Collins - Drop Dead Beautiful (Actress) Jackie Collins is one of the world's bestselling authors. She has sold nearly half a billion books in over forty different countries. Her twenty-four bestselling novels have never been out of print. With her latest book, Drop Dead Beautiful, she continues to captivate readers with her tales of the rich, famous and powerful, exposing all their warts for the world to see. 
Nov 7
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Nov 7
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Nerves Frayed? WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 7
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Nov 7
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Nov 7
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Nov 7
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 
Nov 7
8:00 AM
Curious George Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest Halloween's almost here! Hang onto your hats! It's George's first Halloween in the country, and Bill tells him and Allie about the Legend of No Noggin -- a spooky tale about a hat-kicking scarecrow who haunts the countryside on Halloween. But is the legend really real? George and Allie are determined to find out by taking a picture of No Noggin in hat-kicking action. But first George needs to figure out what he's going to be for Halloween so he can win the costume contest at the town Boo Festival. Will George's quest for the perfect costume interfere with his quest for the truth? Only the curious will find out! 
Nov 7
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 
Nov 7
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Haunted Roundhouse/Big Pond Pumpkin Patch Haunted RoundhouseDad takes the kids on a special Night Train to Troodon Town, where the Troodons have decorated their Roundhouse into a "haunted house" for a spooky party. The kids end up meeting a strange new nocturnal creature - a mammal named Vlad Volaticotherium, who was hiding in the roundhouse trying to get some sleep.Educational Objectives There were many small, nocturnal mammals with great hearing, like Volaticotherium, that lived alongside dinosaurs. Volaticotherium was an egg-laying, flying squirrel-like critter.Big Pond Pumpkin Patch The Pteranodon family learns more about the customs of their neighbors, the Lambeosaurus family, when they are invited for the first time to accompany them to the Big Pond to celebrate "Gourd Day" - a kind of Mesozoic Halloween. The kids see their first pumpkins, and Larry Lambeosaurus even shows our family how to hollow them out and carve faces into them. Educational Objectives A gourd has seeds in the middle, and is a fruit, not a vegetable. We learn about the Autumn Moon, a very full moon that occurs around the time of the Autumnal Equinox, a 24 hour period when day and night last approximately an equal amount of time. 
Nov 7
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 
Nov 7
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Brunswick's Riverfront The waterfront park in Brunswick, Georgia is where Roger sets up his easel to paint a Victorian style structure. Sarah takes time to learn more about the Liberty Ships that were built in the town during World War II. 
Nov 7
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3110 Day and Night pt 1 This Strip quilt is Magical! Eleanor's technique is enchanting. 
Nov 7
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.  
Nov 7
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.  
Nov 7
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 7
2:00 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. 
Nov 7
2:30 PM
On Story Constructing Comic Book Movies The creative minds behind the films THOR, THE AVENGERS, HULK, THE INCREDIBLE HULK, ELEKTRA, THE GREEN LANTERN, X-MEN: THE LAST STAND, X2, and X-MEN: FIRST CLASS divulge the complexities of memorable heroes and villains, and how some of the best supernatural films tap into the most basic of human elements. Followed by John Mitchell's SUPER POWERS, a lively short film about a husband and wife who try to salvage their love-life by dressing as superheroes, and find they save more than just their marriage when they're forced out of their apartment fully costumed. 
Nov 7
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Rice Pilaf with Guest Ellie Krieger Cooking on the fly with Ming in this week's episode of Simply Ming is Chef Ellie Krieger. Ellie, hailed as an expert on all things healthy, teams up with Ming showing how Rice Pilaf, along with some surprise ingredients and special spices from Ming's pantry are brought together to create: Toasted Garlic Quinoa and Coriander Crusted Chicken and Spicy Shrimp over Preserved Lemon Pilaf 
Nov 7
3:30 PM
MARTIN YAN'S TASTE OF VIETNAM  International culinary icon Martin Yan returns to public television for the first time since 2008 with a new series that explores the breathtaking landscape, colorful history, generous hospitality and delicious cuisine of Vietnam. Over the course of 26 episodes, Martin travels extensively throughout Vietnam, from its spectacular snow-capped mountains in the north to the intricate network of canals that make up the Mekong Delta in the south. In legendary Ha Long Bay, Martin visits schoolhouses constructed on water and surrounded by majestic limestone mountains that rise from the sea. In historical Hoi An, he admires streams of floating paper lanterns during the Moon Festival. He pays tribute to Vietnam's rich history, visiting ancient temples and monuments in Ninh Binh, and the imperial palaces in Hue. In Ho Chi Minh City, he joins in the morning commute, buzzing around town on the back of a motorcycle in search of breakfast.In Buon Ma Thout, he crosses a lake atop an elephant to reach a village where time seemingly has stood still. He tours coffee plantations, dragon fruit farms and organic vegetable co-ops. In Martin's customary hands-on style, he joins local farmers harvesting their rice crop, and fishermen casting their nets for shrimp, squid and other sea bounties. Each episode combines colorful location segments and studio cooking segments featuring Martin's impressive culinary skills and occasional visits from a talented Vietnamese chef. Martin treats viewers to a wide array of colorful and delicious recipes, from popular street vendor offerings to elegant dishes from the Imperial kitchen. 
Nov 7
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Magical Morocco Joanne shows us just how easily and quickly a deliciously spiced lentil soup can be made when you have the right spices in the pantry. She continues to spice it up with her student John, building a warm Moroccan chicken and sweet potato salad, cooling it off with a cardamom and ginger cocktail she has aptly named the Marrakech 75.Recipes: Spiced Lentil Soup, Warm Moroccan Chicken and Sweet Potato Salad, and Marrakech 75 CocktailStudent: John Cu, Trial Attorney 
Nov 7
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Portable Picnic" Host Laura Theodore prepares a portable picnic lunch. Special guest: Chef Del Sroufe. Menu features "Chickpea and Quinoa Salad in Sweet Pepper Boats." "Marinated Asparagus Salad" adds zing to this traveling menu. For dessert, festive "Date-Nut Lollipops" add a pop of fun and flavor, while homemade 'Ginger Iced Tea" rounds out the meal with frosty freshness. 
Nov 7
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Nov 7
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Nov 7
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Nov 7
6:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 7
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.  
Nov 7
7:30 PM
Spirit in Glass: Plateau Native Beadwork This documentary celebrates the spectacular beadwork of the Northwest Plateau People. The film provides a rare opportunity to experience Plateau culture through the eyes and hearts of artists, who share their history, motivation, and the beadwork that plays an important role in binding their culture together. Native Plateau beadwork is part of the rich tapestry of American culture. Plateau culture is unique and its story of survival a quintessentially American story. 
Nov 7
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12'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.  
Nov 7
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.  
Nov 7
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.  
Nov 7
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.  
Nov 7
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 7
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 7
11:00 PM
Day of Days: June 6, 1944 On June 6, 1944, thousands of Allied servicemen landed on the shores of northern France, tasked with liberating western Europe from Nazi tyranny. Over the ensuing hours and days, the men faced decimating machine-gun fire, mortars and artillery, eventually fighting their way inland, but not before suffering a staggering number of casualties. To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Normandy landing, four D-Day veterans gather at the famed Museum of World War II outside of Boston, Mass. to share their experiences from that fateful "Day of Days." Cameras eavesdrop on their conversations as they vividly recall details from their ordeal — from the perils of the amphibious assault to the invasion's gruesome aftermath. Their interactions with one another yield long-buried, and often painful, memories. They recount their transformations from boys to men, reveal their uneasiness with the term "hero," and grapple with why they survived when so many others did not. 
Nov 8
12:00 AM
Real McCoy, The The Prohibition era (1920-1933) gave rise to a new generation of romantic "characters" — the flapper, the private eye, the organized crime boss and the bootlegger. One such bootlegger, pioneering rum runner Bill McCoy, earned the name "The Real McCoy" because he always delivered uncut, undiluted gin, rum and whiskey to his happy patrons. A teetotaler himself, this "gentleman crook" nevertheless fuelled the Roaring Twenties by smuggling more than one million bottles of illegal alcohol from the Caribbean to New York. McCoy's maritime daring and willful defiance of the unpopular 18th Amendment and government authority made him a household name during the era and earned him a Robin Hood-like mystique with the American public. Based on the book by Frederick Van de Water, THE REAL MCCOY recounts the extraordinary life and legendary exploits of this man who personified the tumultuous times in which he lived. The film charts McCoy's transformation from modest boat builder to public enemy number one through archival materials, historic re-enactments and interviews with noted scholars. 
Nov 8
1:00 AM
Globe Trekker El Salvador & Honduras Brianna explores Honduras and El Salvador, two of Central America's most rewarding destinations. In Honduras, she swims with dolphins, spends the day at a banana plantation, visits the Mayan ruins of Copan and learns how to roll cigars in Santa Rosa de Copan. Next she heads to El Salvador, where she climbs the Izalco volcano, treks through waterfalls in El Imposible National Park, visits with a former guerrilla commander at the Guazapa volcano, enjoys a rodeo fiesta in San Luis del Carmen and ascends the still-active Santa Ana volcano, the highest in the country. 
Nov 8
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Rice Pilaf with Guest Ellie Krieger Cooking on the fly with Ming in this week's episode of Simply Ming is Chef Ellie Krieger. Ellie, hailed as an expert on all things healthy, teams up with Ming showing how Rice Pilaf, along with some surprise ingredients and special spices from Ming's pantry are brought together to create: Toasted Garlic Quinoa and Coriander Crusted Chicken and Spicy Shrimp over Preserved Lemon Pilaf 
Nov 8
2:30 AM
MARTIN YAN'S TASTE OF VIETNAM  International culinary icon Martin Yan returns to public television for the first time since 2008 with a new series that explores the breathtaking landscape, colorful history, generous hospitality and delicious cuisine of Vietnam. Over the course of 26 episodes, Martin travels extensively throughout Vietnam, from its spectacular snow-capped mountains in the north to the intricate network of canals that make up the Mekong Delta in the south. In legendary Ha Long Bay, Martin visits schoolhouses constructed on water and surrounded by majestic limestone mountains that rise from the sea. In historical Hoi An, he admires streams of floating paper lanterns during the Moon Festival. He pays tribute to Vietnam's rich history, visiting ancient temples and monuments in Ninh Binh, and the imperial palaces in Hue. In Ho Chi Minh City, he joins in the morning commute, buzzing around town on the back of a motorcycle in search of breakfast.In Buon Ma Thout, he crosses a lake atop an elephant to reach a village where time seemingly has stood still. He tours coffee plantations, dragon fruit farms and organic vegetable co-ops. In Martin's customary hands-on style, he joins local farmers harvesting their rice crop, and fishermen casting their nets for shrimp, squid and other sea bounties. Each episode combines colorful location segments and studio cooking segments featuring Martin's impressive culinary skills and occasional visits from a talented Vietnamese chef. Martin treats viewers to a wide array of colorful and delicious recipes, from popular street vendor offerings to elegant dishes from the Imperial kitchen. 
Nov 8
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Magical Morocco Joanne shows us just how easily and quickly a deliciously spiced lentil soup can be made when you have the right spices in the pantry. She continues to spice it up with her student John, building a warm Moroccan chicken and sweet potato salad, cooling it off with a cardamom and ginger cocktail she has aptly named the Marrakech 75.Recipes: Spiced Lentil Soup, Warm Moroccan Chicken and Sweet Potato Salad, and Marrakech 75 CocktailStudent: John Cu, Trial Attorney 
Nov 8
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Portable Picnic" Host Laura Theodore prepares a portable picnic lunch. Special guest: Chef Del Sroufe. Menu features "Chickpea and Quinoa Salad in Sweet Pepper Boats." "Marinated Asparagus Salad" adds zing to this traveling menu. For dessert, festive "Date-Nut Lollipops" add a pop of fun and flavor, while homemade 'Ginger Iced Tea" rounds out the meal with frosty freshness. 
Nov 8
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer Brunswick's Riverfront The waterfront park in Brunswick, Georgia is where Roger sets up his easel to paint a Victorian style structure. Sarah takes time to learn more about the Liberty Ships that were built in the town during World War II. 
Nov 8
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3110 Day and Night pt 1 This Strip quilt is Magical! Eleanor's technique is enchanting. 
Nov 8
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.  
Nov 8
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.  
Nov 8
6:00 AM
Caillou Sounds and Music! When Caillou visits Clementine, he is impressed to see Billy practicing on a Tuba. Soon, Billy's marching band mates arrive to practice. Clementine and Caillou wish they could join in too. They make their own pretend horns with cardboard tubes. Also, on a winter evening, a strange sound grabs Caillou's attention. He follows the sound to find out its source. Caillou continues his search and discovers Gilbert in his room, having a great time playing with a baby toy. Later, Caillou goes up to the attic with Mom and finds a box containing a teddy bear and a music box. Caillou and Rosie find a way to share these treasures. Caillou gets a special invitation to go to André's gym class. A little intimidated at first, Caillou tries his best and ends up having great fun. Caillou finds the leap-frog exercise difficult but he keeps trying and finally succeeds. Caillou learns to deal with a change in plans, when Daddy has to use the car and Mommy and Caillou have to take the subway. Caillou has fun checking out the map, getting tickets and listening to the musicians! In fact he has so much fun, he and Mom decide to take the subway home! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children are reminded to listen to the world around them and notice the different kinds of sounds...Music makers are cheerful to listen to, whether it's a marching band or a music box, or a drum beat or a guitarist in a subway. But a good listener notices all kinds of interesting sounds - squeaks and thumps and rattles and whooshes and tries to figure out what makes them. 
Nov 8
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Listen to Your Friends Educational Objective: Learn the importance of good listening and helping othersScratch and the Dream Home US Bob, Wendy and the machines are at Farmer Pickles' Farm, ready to build Spud's new room. Spud decides that if it's his dream room, he can have whatever he wants! Spud enlists Scratch's help to make sure his dream room takes shape exactly how he wants it.The other machines think that Spud and Scratch should wait and follow Bob's plans. But Scratch is determined to help Spud. Surely Bob will be pleased when he sees how much they've done!But Spud's building skills are less than expert - the entire room ends up falling down in a messy pile! Working as a team, Scratch and the others rebuild the room. Bob, Wendy and Farmer Pickles are pleased at what they have achieved. But Spud is the most pleased with his dream! Stage Struck Dizzy Spud is playing a giant in a play at Fixham Theatre, and is stomping around the yard, shouting his line. The team is also working at the theatre - building a storage shed. Dickie Olivier tells them that they can use old sets, just not the ones needed for the play. As the team chooses the walls for the storage shed, Dizzy helps Spud practice his lines. Exhausted from his rehearsing, Spud falls asleep inside the shed. Dizzy ends up diverted onto stage, and Lofty and Bob finish off the shed, not realizing Spud is inside!When Dickie Olivier discovers his actor and sets are missing - he'll have to cancel the play! Dizzy leads Bob to Spud and the missing sets are revealed too. Dickie is delighted, and the show is back on! Dizzy and the team finish off the shed and she makes an appearance in the play! 
Nov 8
7:00 AM
Curious George Fun Ball Talley/Red Sky at Night, Monkey's Delight Dulson's Toy Store is having a contest! The person who comes closest to guessing how many Super Mega Fun-Balls are in the rocket shaped dispenser wins the entire container of balls -- and the rocket, too! Steve, Betsy, and George come up with their own unique estimating methods. When soccer balls, grapes, and marbles fail George's Fun-Ball Size Relation Test, George realizes that the perfect size specimens are in the Man with the Yellow Hat's golf ball bucket! Will George and Betsy find the right answer, or will super confident Steve's formula triumph?George is tired of his fun always being ruined by the weather! Inspired by the Man with the Yellow Hat's painting of a beautiful sunset, George starts a weather journal by drawing pictures of the sky. But predicting the weather isn't as easy as it seems. When George's picnic is ruined by rain, and he stays indoors on a beautiful sunny day, he decides to study wind patterns, too. When the city's weather station loses its satellite, Professors Einstein and Pizza turn to George's drawings, homemade windsock, and cricket temperature readings to predict the day's weather for the Mayor's golf outing. Who knew a monkey could predict the weather? 
Nov 8
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Jumping on the Moon/Sneezy Riders Jumping on the MoonSynopsis: Nick and Sally are trying to jump high enough to touch the moon, but "what goes up must come down" says the Cat. That's gravity! And to show them just what gravity is, that means a trip to the moon! That's where they meet Astronaut Audrey who takes them for a space walk to learn all about gravity.Educational Objective: A powerful force called "gravity" pulls things back down to the ground on Earth. There is lower gravity on the Moon than on Earth.Sneezy RidersSynopsis: Sally and Nick are playing hide and seek, but Nick keeps sneezing! How can they stop it from happening? Good thing Cat's friend Cluey Looey will be able to help them! At Muddyfeet Waterhole they discover that Louie is having the same problem! Nothing a trip inside Louie's nose can't solve! Inside a super shrunken Thingamajigger, Nick, Sally and Cat discover what causes sneezing and what they can do to avoid it from happening!Educational Objective: Sneezing is your body's way of removing irritation from your nose. 
Nov 8
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 
Nov 8
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train An Apatosaurus Adventure/Nature Art An Apatosaurus Adventure The Pteranodon kids visit the Jurassic Time Period to meet Apollo Apatosaurus, a huge, long-necked, long-tailed dinosaur who likes adventure. Apollo loves to whip his long tail, and does so as he leads the kids on a pretend adventure to find a hard-to-reach tree with yummy, delicious leaves!Educational Objectives Animals employ a variety of methods to protect themselves. Scientists believe that Apatosaurus may have defended itself by rearing up on its hind legs, and by using its whip-like tail as a weapon. Nature Art Mrs. Pteranodon cleans out the clutter from the family nest and the kids are amazed at the pile of stuff - leaves, flower petals, pieces of wood, and shells. Tiny stops Mom from throwing out all the stuff, determined that she and Buddy, Tiny, and Don will find a use for it all. And, they do- the Pteranodon kids have fun making nature art on the beach using the items from nest!Educational Objectives This episode demonstrates how to make Nature Art (following in the footsteps of nature artists, Zach Pine and Andy Goldsworthy). We will teach kids about making art from items found in nature- from spherical orbs of sand to sand-designs filled in with seaweed to stacked towers of balanced rocks. The natural items to make art (leaves, branches, rocks, dirt) are all kid-friendly and generally readily available natural materials. 
Nov 8
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Exciting Friends Gordon and FerdinandSir Topham Hatt welcomes Ferdinand to his railroad by letting him share Gordon's special. They will be taking the Lion of Sodor to the Summer House and Ferdinand will be Gordon's back engine, which Gordon isn't happy about. They pass workmen who cheer for Ferdinand (not for Gordon or the Lion of Sodor!). Gordon comes up with a plan to take the quiet tracks across the Fenland but he goes too fast and the Lion of Sodor falls into the river. Gordon realizes he was wrong to think he was grander than Ferdinand. Ferdinand helps Gordon to get the Lion of Sodor back and they take it to the Steam Works to get it gleaming again. Toby and BashSir Topham Hatt gives Bash a reward for being a Really Useful Engine. His reward is to spend the day with Toby to pick up the children at Knapford Station. Then they heave and haul slate to Brendham Docks. They are tired and Bash needs a rest so Toby brings him to Arlesdale End. Bash thinks Arlesdale is beautiful and Toby lets him sleep there. Toby thinks that Bash would like a home of his own on Sodor and they set out to find the perfect home. They visit the Fenlands but Bash is scared of the ducks and go to Farmer McColl's field but the cows scare Bash. Toby realizes that Bash just wants his home to remain on Misty Island. Toby takes Bash to Misty Island and he is happily back with Dash and Ferdinand.Educational Objective: Learn about cooperation and helping others 
Nov 8
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina Cheerleader / Angelina's Ballet School Angelina CheerleaderWhen Marco is chosen to run in the Chipping Cheddar Marathon, nobody is more delighted than Angelina. But her overenthusiastic support, which includes forming a cheerleading team, makes Marco so nervous that instead of running in the race, he ends up running away from all the fuss and attention. Educational Objective: • To demonstrate that cheerleading involves dance, gymnastics, and rhyming chants Angelina's Ballet SchoolAngelina opens her very own ballet school in the attic and enlists Polly as her first - and only - pupil. With great enthusiasm, Angelina teaches her sister the five ballet positions; the building blocks for all ballet moves. Polly, however, is hard to wrangle, and Angelina turns into a strict and bossy teacher. This approach backfires and Polly quits. At first, Angelina blames Polly for not working hard enough. Ms. Mimi helps Angelina realize that a good teacher must not only encourage her students to practice, but should make things fun, and know when to take a break! Educational Objective: • To introduce the five basic ballet positionsCamembert's Shining Stars (Live-Action Segment)Students from American Ballet Theatre warm up and demonstrate how to tie point shoes before performing a pas de deux, or a dance for two people. 
Nov 8
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Something Special for Dad/I Love You, Mom Something Special for Dad- Daniel notices how happy Dad is to have received a letter from Grandpere. Daniel really loves Dad, so he decides to send him a letter that will make him happy too! He goes to the Post Office with Mom, where he learns how letters are sorted and mailed. He even joins Mr. McFeely on his 'speedy delivery' to give Dad the very special letter.I Love You, Mom- Daniel wants to surprise Mom Tiger with her favorite banana bread because he knows this is one way to say 'I love you.' Dad and Daniel head to Baker Aker's Bakery, where they go through the bread making process. Daniel and Dad Tiger surprise Mom with the bread. She is very excited, and shares the banana bread with Daniel and Dad.This episode deals with the different ways to say, "I love you," and offers the strategy- Making something is one way to say 'I Love You'. 
Nov 8
10:30 AM
Super Why! Webby in Bathland Red is practicing her soccer moves and kicking up dirt, when Grandma tells her it's time for lunch. Red gives her hands a quick rinse and gets ready to chow down, but Grandma says her hands aren't clean. The super readers zoom into the story Webby in Bathland and help a brave little penguin save his beloved town from the evil Squirmy Germies who are fighting down and dirty! Red finds out it takes more than water to wash away germsEducational Objectives: To learn about good hygiene. Kids will use the alphabet and identify the letters W, A, T, E, R. Young viewers will practice the magic of spelling, learn what the word lather means, and use the power to read to change the story. 
Nov 8
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS    
Nov 8
11:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Turkey's Coast, Cappadocia & Istanbul Equitrekking host Darley Newman experiences life on Turkey's beautiful Mediterranean Coast — otherwise known as the Turquoise Rivera — by hiking the chilly waters of Saklikent Gorge and horseback riding through the abandoned Greek city of Kayaköy. Next, it's off to bustling Istanbul, where East meets West, to explore the Blue Mosque, Spice Market, Grand Bazaar, Topkapi Palace and the mighty Bosphorus. Finally, Darley returns to Cappadocia, to step back in time with the locals of these ancient villages. In Avanos, Darley focuses on local food, learning how to make pekmez (a special type of jelly) and cook testi kebab, a dish containing meat and vegetables cooked in a clay pot. Darley rides with locals through the fairy chimneys of Üzengi Valley, the Greek- influenced city of Mustafapasa, which dates back to Byzantine times and to a caravan stop on the Silk Road. 
Nov 8
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.  
Nov 8
12:30 PM
Autoline Buick Makes Its Move Maybe it's the snappy new product or the effective marketing campaign, whatever is accounting for Buick's sales growth in 2014 Duncan Aldred is a happy man. Appointed VP of Buick-GMC Sales, Service and Marketing only last February, this former European executive joins John McElroy for his first time on the Autoline panel. Mike Colias from Automotive News and Autotrader.com's Michelle Krebs join in on the questioning. 
Nov 8
1:00 PM
Daytripper; The Van Horn, TX It's no secret that Texas is big. Alright, more than big. Texas is HUGE!! And exploring Texas ain't no small vacation, it's a lifetime endeavor. But what if you only have one day? Well that's where we come in. From the well-known landmarks to the completely obscure dives and hideaways - and all within a day's reach.We created The Daytripper to inspire folks to get out and explore the Lone Star State. Sure, national travel shows are entertaining, but that's where they stop. The Daytripper is all about destinations in Texas, which means you can visit whenever you want. So, I'll see you on the road. This is THE DAYTRIPPER! 
Nov 8
1:30 PM
Peregrine Dame, The Buenos Aries Host Rachel Parsons lands in Buenos Aires with an obsession for Eva Peron, tango, and the wrong wardrobe. With locals acting as guides to some out-of-the-mainstream adventures, Rachel gets an education in one of the world's most frenetic cities. 
Nov 8
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Nicaragua - Culturally Rich & Naturally Beautiful Award-winning travel journalist and author Joseph Rosendo shares his personal perspective on cultural tourism from spots close to home as well as exotic locations.  
Nov 8
2:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations for the ultimate dining experience. In the second season of the award-winning series, Australian chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, traveling to New Orleans, Maine, Chicago, California and other locations across the United States to meet the best chefs in the area and cook a delicious meal that incorporates local and seasonal ingredients. He goes night fishing, encounters alligators, visits vineyards and orchards, and tries out new recipes — all with the aim of inspiring viewers to cook bright food in their own kitchens. In 2014, MOVEABLE FEAST received a Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Culinary Program." 
Nov 8
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World    
Nov 8
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Highlights of Castile: Toledo and Salamanca Castile sparkles with Roman Segovia, walled Avila, student-filled Salamanca, and holy Toledo! We marvel at El Greco, pop some explosive pickles, and ramble Spain's most awe-inspiring medieval walls. Then, just for fun, we drop in on a bachelorette party with local troubadours, slice and savor tasty jamon, stroll with the crowd, and grab a front-row seat to enjoy Europe's most enchanting square. 
Nov 8
4:00 PM
Globe Trekker El Salvador & Honduras Brianna explores Honduras and El Salvador, two of Central America's most rewarding destinations. In Honduras, she swims with dolphins, spends the day at a banana plantation, visits the Mayan ruins of Copan and learns how to roll cigars in Santa Rosa de Copan. Next she heads to El Salvador, where she climbs the Izalco volcano, treks through waterfalls in El Imposible National Park, visits with a former guerrilla commander at the Guazapa volcano, enjoys a rodeo fiesta in San Luis del Carmen and ascends the still-active Santa Ana volcano, the highest in the country. 
Nov 8
5:00 PM
Masterpiece Inspector Lewis, Season 7: The Lions of Nemea After a difficult start, Lewis and Hathaway seem to have settled back into their former relationship, and Maddox has become integral to the team. Their abilities are tested as they investigate the brutal murder of Rose, an American Classics student. Suspicion immediately falls on a young professor who had recently broken off an affair with her, but as the detectives delve further into the case, they only find more secrets and murky motives. 
Nov 8
6:30 PM
Last Boat Out; The The Chesapeake Bay, once brimming with life and commerce, is dying... and it's not dying alone. It is taking with it a way of life for the thousands of watermen who have made their living on the bay for generations. It's not too late to save them both. The Last Boat Out documentary weaves two tales: The inspiring story of a family of Virginia watermen tirelessly trying to preserve their way of life on the Chesapeake Bay. It is also the story of a bay battered by development and pollution struggling to stay alive. The Last Boat Out goes beyond a personal story to show how poor water quality and failure to protect natural resources affects our communities. It is a story of neglect, diminishing and harvests, but it is also a story of hope and human determination. It's not too late to save the bay, and The Last Boat Out shares some strategies and technologies that some Virginia communities are doing to help replenish the bay. 
Nov 8
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Beck Alt.rock superstar Beck performs. The genre-hopping singer/songwriter plays songs from his album Morning Phase and some of his greatest hits. 
Nov 8
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. 
Nov 8
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Rachael Pollard / Nate Marcy & Zach Maas In this episode, singer-songwriter Rachael Pollard and drummer Nate Marcy create magic. "Complex, spacious and chiming with a ghostly air, Pollard's music is everything that one could ask from a musician. Her songs are honest, complicated, poignant, and even funny" (Syntax). Hosted by Sid Pink, the show also features comedian Zach Maas. 
Nov 8
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 6: Alisha OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by Rob Drakin, The Blue Rider, The Raven and the Writing Desk, Mosey West and The Yawpers. OpenAir's Alisha Sweeney will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Nov 8
10:00 PM
Now Playing The Strange, Part 1 Locally produced, this live music & interview series showcases independent music artists in the area. This week, the series kicks off with New Mexico "desert rock" act The Strange. The show includes footage of the band playing at the Sidewinder Tavern in Denver's Globeville section as well as an interview at Black Shirt Brewing by BSB co-founder and head brewer Branden Miller. Part 1 of 2. 
Nov 8
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Leon Russell Two overworked words in popular culture today are "legend" and "icon," but for Leon Russell, these terms are understatements. A member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, he's one of the best multi-instrumentalists, songwriters and producers of the combined eras of rock 'n' roll, R&B and Americana. Now enjoying a major comeback sparked by his T-Bone Burnett-produced duo album with long-time fan Elton John, Russell is joined by all-star members of New Grass Revival: John Cowan, Butch Robins and Pat Flynn. 
Nov 8
11:00 PM
Front And Center CMA Songwriters Series with Dierks Bentley FRONT AND CENTER returns for a fourth season with the series' eclectic signature of industry veterans mixed with a new generation of chart-toppers. The lineup of 10 episodes includes an Oscar-nominated rock band, guitar legends and, for the first time, country hit-makers. Taped in New York City at the McKittrick Hotel, the Iridium and the Highline Ballroom, this season includes one-of-a-kind performances by Keith Urban, Counting Crows, John Hiatt, Richie Sambora, Joe Satriani, Richard Thompson, The Fray, Paul Rodgers and the Memphis Sessions players singing the music of Stax Records, Lady Antebellum and an episode taped in Nashville during the Country Music Association Songwriters Series. 
Nov 9
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's The Delta Saints The Delta Saints are not what they say they are. Delta? Absolutely. But saints? One might call them "cautionary tales" long before the term "saints" ever came to mind; however, there is something devout about their bayou rock, a dirty, distinct sound they've zealously refined. Alternating between raucous melodies and slow-burning odes to the devil in his many forms, Ben Ringel (vocals/dobro), Dylan Fitch (guitar), David Supica (bass), and Ben Azzi (drums) explore themes of difficult love, the wanderer's high road, and the moral low road using their unconscious fascination with the classical elements - earth, air, fire, and water - as a natural vehicle for their briny narratives 
Nov 9
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.  
Nov 9
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Rachael Pollard / Nate Marcy & Zach Maas In this episode, singer-songwriter Rachael Pollard and drummer Nate Marcy create magic. "Complex, spacious and chiming with a ghostly air, Pollard's music is everything that one could ask from a musician. Her songs are honest, complicated, poignant, and even funny" (Syntax). Hosted by Sid Pink, the show also features comedian Zach Maas. 
Nov 9
1:30 AM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 6: Alisha OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by Rob Drakin, The Blue Rider, The Raven and the Writing Desk, Mosey West and The Yawpers. OpenAir's Alisha Sweeney will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Nov 9
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Beck Alt.rock superstar Beck performs. The genre-hopping singer/songwriter plays songs from his album Morning Phase and some of his greatest hits. 
Nov 9
3:00 AM
Live from the Artists Den The Killers The Killers played an unforgettable show in New York City at the magnificent Chinatown landmark Capitale, designed in the 19th Century by influential architect Stanford White as the home of the Bowery Savings Bank. The Las Vegas-based band drew on material from across their multi-platinum catalogue, including such smash hits as "Mr. Brightside" and "Human."Song List"Spaceman""Miss Atomic Bomb""Human""A Dustland Fairytale""Mr. Brightside""All These Things That I've Done""Flesh And Bone"Vegas Documentary feat. "Runaways"Two Door Cinema Club Spotlight feat. "Sleep Alone" and "What You Know" Recorded July 24, 2012, Capitale, New York, NY. 
Nov 9
4:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Aimee Mann Singer-songwriter Aimee Mann performs with bassist Paul Bryan, keyboardist Jamie Edwards, and drummer Sebastian Aymanns. Before launching into "High on Sunday 51" from her 2002 release Lost in Space, Mann welcomes the audience with her unique sense of humor. "Let me cheer you up with some songs of depression, heartache and dysfunction," she says. Mann's career stretches back to the 1980s when her new wave band, 'Til Tuesday, gained popularity on MTV with their hit song "Voices Carry." She released her first solo album, Whatever, in 1993, and has been going strong ever since. "For ten years I've had my own label and released my own records, so it's been very freeing to not have to worry about pleasing anybody else," says Mann. Mann's successes include Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe nominations for the song "Save Me" from the film soundtrack for Magnolia. Mann performs a poignant version of "Save Me" along with another song from the film, "Wise Up". Her performance at Infinity Hall includes a variety of songs from past albums, as well as several new songs. INFINITY HALL LIVE captures Mann in the perfect atmosphere for her poetic lyrics and witty stage banter. Song List"High on Sunday 51""You Could Make a Killing""Looking for Nothing""Going Through the Motions""Freeway""Gumby""Labrador""Slip and Roll""Soon Enough""Save Me""Wise Up""Red Vines""Deathly" 
Nov 9
5:00 AM
Backstage Pass The Maurice Davis Quartet Party blues from Flint, Michigan. The Maurice Davis Quartet performs favorites from the latest album, "'Play' Boy," and more. 
Nov 9
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.  
Nov 9
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.  
Nov 9
7:00 AM
TV Mass for the Homebound  The Archdiocese of Denver began producing the Televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can't be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver's longest running local television program.The Televised Mass is a 30-minute liturgy, prerecorded in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.Recording of the Televised Mass presently takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  
Nov 9
7:30 AM
Misa por TV para los confinados al hogar  Misa por TV para los confinados al hogarThe Archdiocese of Denver began producing the Televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can't be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver's longest running local television program.The Televised Mass is a 30-minute liturgy, prerecorded in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.Recording of the Televised Mass presently takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  
Nov 9
8:00 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 
Nov 9
8:30 AM
Dinosaur Train One Big Frog/Caving with Vlad ONE BIG FROGThe Pteranodon kids are playing a game called "I'm the Biggest," which raises the question: how big is the biggest frog? Dad takes the kids on the Dinosaur Train to find the biggest frog ever, the legendary Beelzebufo. Once off the train, they have to take a river raft to find this illusive creature, but find him they do. The kids are surprised to find that Benny Beelzebufo isn't nearly as large (or mean) as they'd imagined, but he is definitely the biggest frog they've ever seen! Benny teaches the kids about his "sit-still-and-wait" hunting style and shows off his large, floating leaf "home."Educational Objective: Beelzebufo was a particularly large species of prehistoric frog - perhaps the largest that ever existed. It lived inthe late Cretaceous Period. It may have grown to over 16 inches and almost 10 lbs. in size. Beelzebufo was a predator whose expansive mouth allowed it to eat relatively large prey, perhaps even juvenile dinosaurs. Beelzebufo was not only huge, it had a protective shield and very powerful jaws.CAVING WITH VLADThe Pteranodon family rides the "Night Train" all the way back to the Jurassic to visit their nocturnal friend, Vlad Volaticotherium, who wants to take them caving! Buddy, Tiny, Shiny and Don don't even know what caving is, but are soon having a great time seeing all of the stalactites and stalagmites that have formed inside the cave. They also learn that it can be a lot of fun to hear your voice echo down the cave's long caverns!Educational Objective: Stalagmites are limestone formations that rise from the floor of a cave. Stalactites are tubular formations of minerals that hang from the ceiling of caves. 
Nov 9
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel Shares His Tigertastic Car/Katerina Shares Her Tutu Daniel Shares his Tigertastic Car- Daniel and his friends are playing together in the park. Daniel has a new toy car and struggles to share it with the others. In the end, Daniel learns that sharing is easy when he knows he will get his special toy back. Katerina Shares her Tutu- Daniel is playing at Katerina's house and they decide to perform a Jungle Dance show. Daniel wants to be a lion, while Katerina decides to be a dancing flower, but both need the same tutu for their costume. Luckily, with Henrietta's help they find a way to share the tutu and perform a grr-ific Jungle Dance show!This episode deals with sharing and offers the strategy- You can take a turn, and then I'll get it back 
Nov 9
9:30 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. 
Nov 9
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Sid's Holiday Adventure Sid loves celebrating the winter holidays where he lives, because it's always sunny and warm. But this year, Sid and his family are visiting relatives where it's chilly and cold. Sid wonders why it can't be warm everywhere? At school, Sid discovers that temperatures are different all over the world! 
Nov 9
10:30 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. 
Nov 9
11:00 AM
Arthur D.W., All Fired Up/I'd Rather Read It Myself What exactly is a fire drill anyway? When Ms. Morgan announces they'll be having one during preschool, D.W. wants no part of it--it sounds way too scary. Can she manage to stay home from school every day until the danger passes? In the second story, the Tibble Twins are better than D.W. at just about everything--they can yell louder, bounce higher, and even get dizzier. It would be great if D.W. could at least read before the Tibbles do! Can she spin a tale dazzling enough to convince them she can? 
Nov 9
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks The Dog Did It/Martha Out West The Dog Did It Martha shares the Great Oral History of Dogs with Helen, TD, and Truman. According to Martha, dogs gave humans lots of stuff: fire, philosophy, physics, art, and even language. Could this explain why Shakespeare's hero is named Hamlet?Vocabulary(E) primitive, civilization, prehistor(y)(ic), ancient, philosopher, origin(I) stone(s), fire, cave(man)(boy)(girl)(dog)(kids), historyMartha Out West The gang has borrowed a video camera from the library so they can film their very own Wild West production. They each tell their version, featuring with pioneers, outlaws, and...strawberry milkshakes? Vocabulary(E) pioneer, frontier, found(ed), outlaw, property(I) west(ern), mayor, sheriff, town, settle(r)(d) 
Nov 9
12:00 PM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram.  
Nov 9
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Tom teaches a homeowner how to repair some structural problems in his home. Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner run wiring for a new ceiling fixture and switch in a living room. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Nov 9
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Stone Floor Watch the final steps in creating a rock solid floor as the natural stone tile is set in the new home's front entry, mud room and kitchen. 
Nov 9
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART visits an extraordinary garden that mixes formal aspects with informal. One of the benefits with the formal is the winter structure it provides. The informal plantings are used much as an artist would. A unique approach and an outstanding gardener. A great show and a lot to learn. 
Nov 9
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  Off the coast of Maine, catch lobster and learn about the sustainability issues faced by the local captains. Then meet a unique man who's discovered a way of life that feeds his soul while harvesting seaweed to feed others. Staying on the water, head to Maryland and learn about the virtues of oyster farms and their critical role in helping preserve natural resources. Back in the Victory Garden, Roger demonstrates how to prepare a garden bed and plants leeks and tomatoes, while Chef Marian prepares a broccoli and crabmeat quiche. 
Nov 9
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Farming with Water Seventy percent of the earth's surface is covered with water and so is its most important grain, rice. In this episode of Garden to Table, Allen visits a rice field in the peak of harvest. Allen also tests your grain vocabulary and a guest chef has an ingenious way of removing caramel from a bowl with water. 
Nov 9
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Garden Myths 2.0 (Atlanta, GA) A look at more garden myths and what to really do instead. 
Nov 9
3:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Neutropenia - The Importance of Healthy White Blood Cells 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. 
Nov 9
4:00 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. 
Nov 9
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Knoxville, Part 3 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW stops in Knoxville, Tennessee, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser John Buxton visit the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture to talk about prehistoric Native American stoneworks. Highlights include a third edition of Gone With the Wind with a false inscription; signed Muhammad Ali training shoes that are appraised for $15,000 to $20,000; and a Cartier sapphire and diamond ring that was purchased at a Knoxville estate sale for less than $15,000 and is now valued at $40,000 to $60,000. 
Nov 9
6:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Trouble with Antibiotics FRONTLINE investigates the widespread use of antibiotics in food animals and whether it is fueling the growing crisis of antibiotic resistance in people. Also this hour: An exclusive interview with the family of a young man who died in a nightmare bacteria outbreak that swept through a hospital at the National Institutes of Health. 
Nov 9
7:00 PM
Tolerance: Mary Mackey and the East Side Gallery In August of 2009 a production team from PBS affiliate station, Colorado Public Television - CPT12 followed Colorado artist Mary Mackey as she returned to Berlin to repaint her mural "Tolerance" on the East Side Gallery of the Berlin Wall. In 1990 a few months after the Berlin Wall came down Mary moved to Berlin. As the only United States citizen selected to paint on this 1.3 kilometer preserved section of the Berlin Wall, Mary chose the topic of cultural tolerance as her subject. In the Spring of 2009, the Berlin government invited Mary back to restore her mural as part of the 20th anniversary of that world changing event. The East Side Gallery, as the 118 murals by international artist became known, is the longest preserved section of the Cold War barrier. 
Nov 9
8:00 PM
POV A World Not Ours "A World Not Ours" is a passionate, bittersweet account of one family's multi-generational experience living as permanent refugees. Now a Danish resident, director Mahdi Fleifel grew up in the Ain el-Helweh refugee camp in southern Lebanon, established in 1948 as a temporary refuge for exiled Palestinians. Today, the camp houses 70,000 people and is the hometown of generations. The filmmaker's childhood memories are surprisingly warm and humorous, a testament to the resilience of the community. Yet his yearly visits reveal the increasing desperation of family and friends who remain trapped in psychological as well as political limbo. 
Nov 9
9:30 PM
Bringing the Fallen Home Bringing the Fallen Home is the story of America's fallen warriors, their families and those charged with the solemn responsibility of ensuring dignity and honor to the fallen and care and support to families of the fallen. The program gives a voice for family members to tell the story of their fallen loved ones, and recollect their experiences at Dover Air Force Base for the solemn dignified transfer of their loved one's remains. More than 20 family members opened up their homes to the filmmakers and told their heartbreaking and heartwarming stories that remind all Americans of the great sacrifices made every day for America's freedom. 
Nov 9
10:30 PM
Globe Trekker El Salvador & Honduras Brianna explores Honduras and El Salvador, two of Central America's most rewarding destinations. In Honduras, she swims with dolphins, spends the day at a banana plantation, visits the Mayan ruins of Copan and learns how to roll cigars in Santa Rosa de Copan. Next she heads to El Salvador, where she climbs the Izalco volcano, treks through waterfalls in El Imposible National Park, visits with a former guerrilla commander at the Guazapa volcano, enjoys a rodeo fiesta in San Luis del Carmen and ascends the still-active Santa Ana volcano, the highest in the country. 
Nov 10
12:00 AM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram.  
Nov 10
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Tom teaches a homeowner how to repair some structural problems in his home. Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner run wiring for a new ceiling fixture and switch in a living room. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Nov 10
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Stone Floor Watch the final steps in creating a rock solid floor as the natural stone tile is set in the new home's front entry, mud room and kitchen. 
Nov 10
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  GardenSMART visits an extraordinary garden that mixes formal aspects with informal. One of the benefits with the formal is the winter structure it provides. The informal plantings are used much as an artist would. A unique approach and an outstanding gardener. A great show and a lot to learn. 
Nov 10
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  Off the coast of Maine, catch lobster and learn about the sustainability issues faced by the local captains. Then meet a unique man who's discovered a way of life that feeds his soul while harvesting seaweed to feed others. Staying on the water, head to Maryland and learn about the virtues of oyster farms and their critical role in helping preserve natural resources. Back in the Victory Garden, Roger demonstrates how to prepare a garden bed and plants leeks and tomatoes, while Chef Marian prepares a broccoli and crabmeat quiche. 
Nov 10
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Kitchen Cabinet Easy to make raised panel, mative hardwood show-stoppers. 
Nov 10
3:00 AM
Tolerance: Mary Mackey and the East Side Gallery In August of 2009 a production team from PBS affiliate station, Colorado Public Television - CPT12 followed Colorado artist Mary Mackey as she returned to Berlin to repaint her mural "Tolerance" on the East Side Gallery of the Berlin Wall. In 1990 a few months after the Berlin Wall came down Mary moved to Berlin. As the only United States citizen selected to paint on this 1.3 kilometer preserved section of the Berlin Wall, Mary chose the topic of cultural tolerance as her subject. In the Spring of 2009, the Berlin government invited Mary back to restore her mural as part of the 20th anniversary of that world changing event. The East Side Gallery, as the 118 murals by international artist became known, is the longest preserved section of the Cold War barrier. 
Nov 10
4:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Turkey's Coast, Cappadocia & Istanbul Equitrekking host Darley Newman experiences life on Turkey's beautiful Mediterranean Coast — otherwise known as the Turquoise Rivera — by hiking the chilly waters of Saklikent Gorge and horseback riding through the abandoned Greek city of Kayaköy. Next, it's off to bustling Istanbul, where East meets West, to explore the Blue Mosque, Spice Market, Grand Bazaar, Topkapi Palace and the mighty Bosphorus. Finally, Darley returns to Cappadocia, to step back in time with the locals of these ancient villages. In Avanos, Darley focuses on local food, learning how to make pekmez (a special type of jelly) and cook testi kebab, a dish containing meat and vegetables cooked in a clay pot. Darley rides with locals through the fairy chimneys of Üzengi Valley, the Greek- influenced city of Mustafapasa, which dates back to Byzantine times and to a caravan stop on the Silk Road. 
Nov 10
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.  
Nov 10
5:30 AM
Autoline Buick Makes Its Move Maybe it's the snappy new product or the effective marketing campaign, whatever is accounting for Buick's sales growth in 2014 Duncan Aldred is a happy man. Appointed VP of Buick-GMC Sales, Service and Marketing only last February, this former European executive joins John McElroy for his first time on the Autoline panel. Mike Colias from Automotive News and Autotrader.com's Michelle Krebs join in on the questioning. 
Nov 10
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Nov 10
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Cradle Rock WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 10
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Nov 10
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. 
Nov 10
8:00 AM
Curious George Submonkey/Double-O Monkey Tracks Trouble When Professor Pizza's birthday present is dragged away by a strong ocean current, George volunteers to take an undersea adventure in a monkey-sized submarine to retrieve it. Can the curious little monkey locate a small package at the bottom of the ocean or will Pizza's present be forever lost at sea?/Double-Oh-Monkey takes on his most important case yet - to prevent Steve's well-intentioned (but always disastrous) "good luck present" from ruining Betsy's dance recital! Using his super spy skills and all five of his senses, George tracks down Steve and discovers...a bucket of wet paint?! Can George warn Betsy in time? Or will her dance recital get a splash of color? 
Nov 10
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. 
Nov 10
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Election Problem/The Littlest Chicken Problem The Election Problem - The Farm. When the Farmer holds an election to see who'll watch over the farm in his absence, Peg and Cat run against the Pig to win the votes of 100 chickensPrimary Content: Counting by fives to 50Secondary Content: More than, less thanThe Littlest Chicken Problem - Fairytale Land. Peg and Cat follow the Littlest Chicken all through Fairytale Land, as she searches for a group that's just the right size to be her new family. Primary Content: Adding 1, subtracting 1Secondary Content: The numbers 99 and 100 
Nov 10
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Solar Train/Birdwatching SOLAR TRAINOur Pteranodon family accompanies Mr. Conductor to the Troodon Town Roundhouse to meet up with Thurston Troodon, the Rocket Train's conductor. They soon learn that Tricia Troodon actually invited everyone there to see her new train, the Solar Train, which is powered by the sun! To test the trains' performances, the three Conductors have a race to the Triassic between the Dinosaur Train, Thurston's Rocket Train and Tricia's new Solar Train!Educational Objective: Solar power is the harnessing of sunlight and turning it into electricity. Concentrated solar power uses mirrors or lenses. Panels can be used to absorb and store sunlight. The environmental advantages of solar power are numerous - less fuel used, less pollution generated, etc.BIRDWATCHINGBuddy and Tiny give Elliot Enantiornithine, a first timer on the Dinosaur Train, a tour of the Train. When they go through Laura Giganotosaurus' car, she explains that today is her bird watching/drawing day, but she hasn't found a single bird to watch, so Elliot hams it up for Laura, who watches and draws him. This is so fun that Buddy and Tiny bring Laura to meet another bird friend-- Arlene Archeopteryx. Then Arlene and Elliot introduce the kids and Laura to a new bird named Peng Protopteryx! It's a successful birdwatching/drawing day as all three birds are delighted to show off their unique feathers.Educational Objective: Protopteryx was a starling-sized bird from the Cretaceous Period. Remains of the bird were found in China's Hebei Province. The most distinctive characteristics of Protopteryx were that it was extensively covered with feathers and could definitely fly. 
Nov 10
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Build A Better Basket 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.  
Nov 10
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell High and Mighty, Part 4 Jerry shows viewers how to add the bald eagle. Continued development of the snow of the mountain peaks with variety of shapes and blending. Dimensional nest, tree, and eagle with the addition of highlights. Concludes with accent highlighting to add the glow to the painting. 
Nov 10
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily No-Needles Knits You don't always need needles to knit. Today on Knitting Daily, Isela Phelps demonstrates the knitting loom and shows how to make a mitered-square blanket. Then, Stitch Diva Jennifer Hansen chats online about her new favorite tool, the lucet. Next, weaver Stephanie Flynn Sokolov introduces knitters to basic loom weaving with an easy scarf. Then, on Tools of the Trade, Tanis shows us more cool no-needles-needed products. On Loose Ends, host Vickie Howell invites viewers to join the latest craze with a demonstration of arm knitting. 
Nov 10
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12'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.  
Nov 10
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.  
Nov 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."  
Nov 10
2:00 PM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram.  
Nov 10
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Tom teaches a homeowner how to repair some structural problems in his home. Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner run wiring for a new ceiling fixture and switch in a living room. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Nov 10
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America Three Favorite Pastas Lidia cooks Pasta e fagioli, Bucatini Amatriciana and Tagliatelle Bolognese. She heads to Italy to learn how to make pasta from the experts and also visits Seghesio Vineyards in California, to meet one of the most long-standing winemaking families in the Sonoma Valley. 
Nov 10
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Cooking at the Barilla Academy / Cucinando all'Academia Barilla Mary Ann travels to Parma, Italy, where she teaches her students at Barilla Cooking Academy, beginning with Veal Cutlets Stuffed with Artichokes. Then the students go off to prepare the rest of their memorable meal; Green Lasagne Bolognese with Ragu Sauce, Stuffed, Oven-baked Zucchini, and for dessert? Don't be frightened, it' Almond Snake Cake. 
Nov 10
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Turkey on the Grill Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a Simple Grill-Roasted Turkey and serves it with Cranberry Chutney. Next, Chris reveals the Test Kitchen's best tips for taking the temperature of a turkey. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for All Purpose Cleaners in the Equipment Corner. 
Nov 10
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Comfort Food Classics Test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to perfect Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for inexpensive skillets. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer shows Chris how to make the ultimate Herb Roast Chicken. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 10
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Inspector Lewis, Season 7: Beyond Good and Evil Thirteen years after Lewis' first successful arrest as a detective inspector, the?forensics have been called into question and the case re-opened for appeal. Lewis fears the worst — but nothing can prepare him for a new string of murders resembling the original murders with the original weapon. Did he arrest an innocent man? With Lewis' reputation in jeopardy, Hathaway and Maddox race to catch the killer. 
Nov 10
8:30 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. 
Nov 10
9:00 PM
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. 
Nov 10
9:30 PM
On Story A Conversation with Damon Lindelof Co-Creator of Lost and Writer/Producer STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS, PROMETHEUSDamon Lindelof discusses his hand in some of the most celebrated and scrutinized works of science fiction over the past five years, and how much of their success is attributed to writing stories that leave a lot up to one's imagination. Accompanied by Dean Loxton's improvised short film, METRO 7 BIS about a woman's encounter with a handsome stranger in Paris, only to find their meeting was hardly by chance. 
Nov 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."  
Nov 10
10:57 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 10
11:00 PM
Civilian-Military Divide: Bridging the Gap; The "The Army is at War and America is at Walmart."Over the past decade America's long war in Iraq and Afghanistan has produced a gap of misunderstanding between those who serve in the military and the larger public.It's not that Americans don't like the military - we love it. We just don't have a clue who's in it, what it does, what it costs us, or costs those that join it. Military service has become something other people do. Members of the military, in turn perceive themselves as having little in common with the rest of the country. They are "different" from the civilian population and consider themselves "better." The result is an increasing mutual incomprehension in civil-military affairs that has been labeled a perfect storm.The Civilian-Military Divide explores the clash of cultures that lies behind this important civil- military crisis. Opening in 1968 with protests over the Vietnam War and the ejection of the ROTC program from Columbia University, the film moves to contemporary stories of those who live on either side of the gap as well as those caught in the middle.The solutions these stories offer, inform us of the moral, strategic and personal reasons we are all part of the civil-military debate. The Civilian-Military Divide shows us why our national security and success as a nation will be threatened unless we work to close the gap in the civil-military divide. 
Nov 11
12:00 AM
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. 
Nov 11
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. 
Nov 11
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Tom teaches a homeowner how to repair some structural problems in his home. Electrician Scott Caron helps a homeowner run wiring for a new ceiling fixture and switch in a living room. And the guys ask, "What is it?" 
Nov 11
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America Three Favorite Pastas Lidia cooks Pasta e fagioli, Bucatini Amatriciana and Tagliatelle Bolognese. She heads to Italy to learn how to make pasta from the experts and also visits Seghesio Vineyards in California, to meet one of the most long-standing winemaking families in the Sonoma Valley. 
Nov 11
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Cooking at the Barilla Academy / Cucinando all'Academia Barilla Mary Ann travels to Parma, Italy, where she teaches her students at Barilla Cooking Academy, beginning with Veal Cutlets Stuffed with Artichokes. Then the students go off to prepare the rest of their memorable meal; Green Lasagne Bolognese with Ragu Sauce, Stuffed, Oven-baked Zucchini, and for dessert? Don't be frightened, it' Almond Snake Cake. 
Nov 11
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Turkey on the Grill Test cook Bridget Lancaster shows host Christopher Kimball how to make a Simple Grill-Roasted Turkey and serves it with Cranberry Chutney. Next, Chris reveals the Test Kitchen's best tips for taking the temperature of a turkey. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top pick for All Purpose Cleaners in the Equipment Corner. 
Nov 11
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen Comfort Food Classics Test cook Julia Collin Davison reveals the secrets to perfect Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy. Then, equipment expert Adam Ried reveals his top picks for inexpensive skillets. And finally, test cook Erin McMurrer shows Chris how to make the ultimate Herb Roast Chicken. 
Nov 11
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell High and Mighty, Part 4 Jerry shows viewers how to add the bald eagle. Continued development of the snow of the mountain peaks with variety of shapes and blending. Dimensional nest, tree, and eagle with the addition of highlights. Concludes with accent highlighting to add the glow to the painting. 
Nov 11
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily No-Needles Knits You don't always need needles to knit. Today on Knitting Daily, Isela Phelps demonstrates the knitting loom and shows how to make a mitered-square blanket. Then, Stitch Diva Jennifer Hansen chats online about her new favorite tool, the lucet. Next, weaver Stephanie Flynn Sokolov introduces knitters to basic loom weaving with an easy scarf. Then, on Tools of the Trade, Tanis shows us more cool no-needles-needed products. On Loose Ends, host Vickie Howell invites viewers to join the latest craze with a demonstration of arm knitting. 
Nov 11
5:00 AM
This is America & the World  THIS IS AMERICA is a weekly public affairs television series hosted by Dennis Wholey. Conversations with opinion leaders, newsmakers and extraordinary Americans. Dennis talks with guests on their home turf, where they're most comfortable and most likely to reveal their true selves.  
Nov 11
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.  
Nov 11
5:57 AM
Head On  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. 
Nov 11
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Sports Protection WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 11
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Nov 11
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Search for the Florida Panther Episode Description: When the Wild Kratts team gets an alert from a Wild Kratts kid that an injured endangered Florida Panther was just spotted off the Alligator Alley highway, the team springs into rescue mode. Science Concept: What is a Predator? 
Nov 11
8:00 AM
Curious George Monkey Goes Batty/Curious George and the Balloon Hound A hole in the roof means George and the Man with the Yellow Hat must sleep in the living room while their bedrooms are being repaired. But their adventure quickly turns into a disaster when George's nightly trips to the kitchen keep the Man awake at night. Can George figure out a way to quietly find his way to the refrigerator in the dark? / George and Hundley are amazed by all the flying machines at the museum's aviation exhibit. So when Hundley's souvenir airship flies out of reach in the lobby, he dreams he is British flying ace, Leftenant Doxie. Joined by the daring flyboy Chuck Monkey, the dynamic duo use propeller power as they race towards the finish line. When Hundley awakens from his dream, he has a few new ideas on how to get his ceiling bound toy within reach. 
Nov 11
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Bounce/Timmy Tippy Toe BounceSynopsis: Nick and Sally are wondering why their ball is so bouncy. Fish tells them it's because it's made from rubber, and rubber comes from trees. Cat doesn't believe him so it's time to ask the expert, Dr. Twiggles! It turns out Fish is right! And Dr. Twiggles shows them all just how rubber is made, and all the wonderful things rubber can make!Educational Objective: Rubber is made by tapping rubber trees.Timmy Tippy ToeSynopsis: Nick and Sally are playing on a climbing frame but just can't manage to get to the top. Cat tries to show them how it's done but he can't do it either! Time to go see Timmy Tippy Toe, the Klipspringer who is an expert climber! Timmy teaches them to use their hands and their feet, and now they can reach the top of their own "mountain"!Educational Objective: How the Klipspringer has adapted perfectly to the mountainous environment it inhabits, with pointy hooves helping it to climb steep slopes. 
Nov 11
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Birthday Cake Problem/The Doohickey Problem The Birthday Cake Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. Peg and Cat make a rockin' birthday cake for Jonah and his friends the Teens, but first they need to figure out how old he is going to be.Primary Content: The teen numbersSecondary Content: PatternsThe Doohickey Problem - The Purple Planet. When their space ship is smashed, Peg and Cat must reassemble its variously shaped parts, and retrieve sixteen stolen doohickeys.Primary Content: PatternsSecondary Content: Shapes, the number 16 
Nov 11
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. 
Nov 11
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Ernie's Dance Video Ernie changes his plan of making a dance video with everyone on Sesame Street as new steps are added. Educational objective: Self-Regulation 
Nov 11
11:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz Color Venice, Part 2 Veteran public television host Gary Spetz continues his artistic journeys in his new series, COLOR WORLD WITH GARY SPETZ. This visual travelogue emphasizes the path the painter-photographer takes when creating his art.COLOR WORLD celebrates the wonders of travel and the beauty of the natural world. Interested in culture, fascinated by history and inspired by nature, Spetz encourages viewers to open their eyes and appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in simple scenes.  
Nov 11
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Creative Approaches to Quilting We all approach projects in our own way -sometimes we start with a color, sometimes it's a technique, and sometimes we unearth a forgotten supply to get us motivated. Libby Lehman is back with her favorite presser feet. Then, meet Luana Rubin for a discussion of quilting styles from around the world. Finally, Carol Ann Waugh introduces us to easy and fun hand embroidery techniques for surface embellishment. 
Nov 11
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.  
Nov 11
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.  
Nov 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."  
Nov 11
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Victory Garden Movement - The Peterson Project (Chicago) As victory gardens are springing up across the country, we visit one historical Chicago victory garden where growing food is also growing communities. 
Nov 11
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Time for Trees It's time to plant trees, so let's get to it with some of our best picks. Visit a young couple who built their garden with recycles and passalong plants under native trees. 
Nov 11
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Roasts of Veal and Lamb First is a Roast of Veal with wild mushrooms, braised endive, onions and white wine--the aromas just fill the kitchen. Second is a delicious Leg of Lamb, hip bone removed, studded with garlic on a ragout of white beans and lardons, onions, mushrooms and thyme. Not only are you shown how to prepare these dishes, but Jacques then demonstrates, step-by-step, how to carve and serve them. 
Nov 11
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia David Ogonowski Julia Child observes as chef David Ogonowski makes a triple chocolate truffle treat. He demonstrates how to make the dough for the chocolate tart shell and the filling, which consists of a custard flavored with bits of chopped white and dark chocolate and biscotti. Ogonowski also shows Julia how to make a garnish for the plate the dessert will be served on, including a wafer-thin chocolate cookie topped with homemade espresso parfait, creating a complex dessert of contrasting smooth and crisp textures, and warm and cool temperatures. 
Nov 11
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Chocolate Discover how Martha takes traditional baked Alaska to new heights with a double dose of chocolate. Learn the technique for creating the warm chocolate center in the chocolate cake on the menu at your favorite restaurant. Plus, a chocolate cream pie with caramel whipped cream topping that is sure to make your guests swoon. 
Nov 11
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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 11
6:56 PM
Head On  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. 
Nov 11
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Rice This episode is all about rice and its essential role in Southern cuisine. Sean visits Anson Mills, where Glenn Roberts is blazing a trail to reintroduce the world to the Carolina Rice Kitchen. Carolina Gold rice was once the primary crop in South Carolina and sought-after worldwide. With animation and archival images, a timeline highlights how the Civil War, as well as changes in the agricultural economy, caused Carolina Gold to all but disappear. Glenn is the reason for its resurrection and Sean is its biggest champion. In the fields at Anson Mills, Sean and Glen prepare an Appalachian classic, pilaf. In Louisiana, Chef Donald Link makes jambalaya. And in Nashville, Sean makes Hoppin' John fritters. All of these dishes link to a trip to Senegal where Chef Fati Ly makes the pilau from which all of these rice dishes derive. 
Nov 11
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Louisiana This episode focuses on the heavy influence of Louisiana cuisine on Sean. Historian and food writer John T Edge of the Southern Food Alliance takes Sean to his "favorite place on Earth," Middendorf's Restaurant, where cooks shave thin slices of catfish into the fryer to create a catfish chip. In the kitchen, Sean makes jambalaya and his version of the catfish chip. Chef Donald Link of Louisiana takes Sean frogging, then cooks up a frog dish. 
Nov 11
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Jacksonville, Part 1 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW travels south to Jacksonville, Florida, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Leila Dunbar head to the Norman Studios Silent Film Museum to discuss missing Richard E. Norman films. Highlights include a Laurel and Hardy "Swiss Miss" horn that was used as a prop in their 1930 film; a silver presentation cup, ca. 1780, that was gifted from Lafayette to Major General Nathaniel Greene during the Revolutionary War and is now valued at $25,000; and a Thomas Hart Benton oil on tin, ca. 1950, that was a gift from the artist to the guest's father — Benton's neighbor — and is now appraised for $125,000. 
Nov 11
9:00 PM
Ultimate Restorations Ahrens Fox: The Kansas City Treasure A massive Ahrens Fox, once considered the Rolls Royce of fire engines, is pieced back together. 
Nov 11
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."  
Nov 11
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. 
Nov 11
11:00 PM
Matter of Duty, A: The Continuing War Against PTSD A Matter of Duty tells the stories of Maine soldiers who were deployed to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Gulf War and the Vietnam War and returned home to face a new, relentless enemy: post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD is a condition that is not well understood here in Maine and it will have lasting implications for the entire state. It is a national epidemic.A Matter of Duty details Kennebec Sheriff Randy Liberty's personal battle with PTSD and several veterans in his charge at the Kennebec County Jail. Liberty's honesty about his own condition and his efforts to help other veterans vividly depicts the continuing impact of war on the men and women who have served our country. 
Nov 12
12:00 AM
Not Yet Begun to Fight A Vietnam veteran brings five men, severely injured in Iraq and Afghanistan, to the rivers of Montana. He teaches them to fish. And to hope. Experience a frank, sometimes hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking look at the impact of war and the journey to recovery. 
Nov 12
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Victory Garden Movement - The Peterson Project (Chicago) As victory gardens are springing up across the country, we visit one historical Chicago victory garden where growing food is also growing communities. 
Nov 12
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Time for Trees It's time to plant trees, so let's get to it with some of our best picks. Visit a young couple who built their garden with recycles and passalong plants under native trees. 
Nov 12
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Madhur Jaffrey Cookbook author and teacher Madhur Jaffrey creates two southern Indian dishes: shrimp in spicy coconut sauce and basmati rice with dill. Using blends of Indian spices, Jaffrey demonstrates ways to intensify or change flavors and aromas in Indian cooking. 
Nov 12
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Biscuits, Oeufs au Plat and Green Onion Shrimp Gravy, and Ambrosia Biscuits, Oeufs au Plat and Green Onion Shrimp Gravy, and Ambrosia 
Nov 12
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia David Ogonowski Julia Child observes as chef David Ogonowski makes a triple chocolate truffle treat. He demonstrates how to make the dough for the chocolate tart shell and the filling, which consists of a custard flavored with bits of chopped white and dark chocolate and biscotti. Ogonowski also shows Julia how to make a garnish for the plate the dessert will be served on, including a wafer-thin chocolate cookie topped with homemade espresso parfait, creating a complex dessert of contrasting smooth and crisp textures, and warm and cool temperatures. 
Nov 12
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.  
Nov 12
4:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz Color Venice, Part 2 Veteran public television host Gary Spetz continues his artistic journeys in his new series, COLOR WORLD WITH GARY SPETZ. This visual travelogue emphasizes the path the painter-photographer takes when creating his art.COLOR WORLD celebrates the wonders of travel and the beauty of the natural world. Interested in culture, fascinated by history and inspired by nature, Spetz encourages viewers to open their eyes and appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in simple scenes.  
Nov 12
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Creative Approaches to Quilting We all approach projects in our own way -sometimes we start with a color, sometimes it's a technique, and sometimes we unearth a forgotten supply to get us motivated. Libby Lehman is back with her favorite presser feet. Then, meet Luana Rubin for a discussion of quilting styles from around the world. Finally, Carol Ann Waugh introduces us to easy and fun hand embroidery techniques for surface embellishment. 
Nov 12
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.  
Nov 12
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.  
Nov 12
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. 
Nov 12
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Terrific Triangle Twist WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 12
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Nov 12
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Koala Balloon Martin and Chris must protect a koala bear stranded in the Australian Outback, and help him get back to his Eucalyptus forest habitat. Science Concepts: Specialization 
Nov 12
8:00 AM
Curious George George's Photo Finish/Monkey Mystery Gift Today is the big unveiling of the Ankylosaurus dinosaur skeleton at the Museum, but it's missing a leg! George and the Man with the Yellow Hat thought they delivered all 4 bones. Where did the 4th bone go? Fortunately, Mr. Quint took pictures on their way to the Museum. Maybe the photos can lead them to the bone...if they can only figure out which order to put them in. / George and Allie's imaginations run wild as they brainstorm what could be in the large unmarked box on George's doorstep. Based on its weight, sound, smell, and bristly hair, they're certain it's a baby goat! But what's really inside surprises them more than anything they could have ever imagined. 
Nov 12
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The No Night Today/Fun in the Sun No Night TodayNick and Sally want to keep playing, but it's getting dark. Why does nighttime have to come? The Cat knows someone who can answer that question - Astronaut Audrey! With a trip to her International Space Station and a large model of the solar system, the kids learn that it's the earth's spinning near the sun that makes it night or day.Educational Objective: Night and Day - how the earth and the moon spin in space, and their position in relation to the sun creates night and day. Fun in the SunPhew it's hot! Too hot to play outside. Not according to The Cat! His friend Hilda the Hippo knows all about having fun in the sun. A visit to Muddymoo River teaches them that hippos make their very own sunscreen to protect them from the hot sun. Now that they all have their sunscreen on, it's time for some fun in the sun!Educational Objective: Hippopotamuses secrete an oily substance that acts as a kind of sunscreen, and they live in water which keeps them cool in the heat 
Nov 12
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Dinosaur Problem/The Beethoven Problem The Dinosaur Problem - Prehistoric Valley. When Peg and Cat get lost riding dinosaurs through a prehistoric forest, they use a diagram to find their way to safety before the Baby T-Rex catches up to them.Primary Content: Following diagramsSecondary Content: PatternsThe Beethoven Problem - Vienna, circa 1800. When Peg and Cat are helping their pal Ludwig Van Beethoven write a symphony, Cat laughs in a certain pattern that gives Beethoven a great idea.Primary Content: PatternsSecondary Content: Ordinal Numbers 
Nov 12
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. 
Nov 12
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.  
Nov 12
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Inness Landscape Part I Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Nov 12
11:30 AM
Sew It All To Dye For, Kathy Cano Murillo Create a funky table runner using fabric dyeing techniques. 
Nov 12
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.  
Nov 12
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.  
Nov 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."  
Nov 12
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Who knew? There is such a thing as a "wild garden" and it has many advantages. Native plants, wildlife and more make this garden unique and interesting. GardenSMART visits with an expert who shows us how she's done it, and it looks great. Tune in. 
Nov 12
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Finish Carpentry Chair Rails & Panels Custom woodworking ideas for every home. 
Nov 12
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Todos Santos Magic" Maybe it's the water, maybe it's the desert, but there's definitely magic in the charming Baja town called Todos Santos. It all starts at Art & Beer, a funky roadside bar on the outskirts of town that serves generous cocktails and outstanding appetizers. Then Rick checks into the Hotel California before meeting up with his local buddy, Sergio Jaurequi, for a history lesson about the town's disappearing and reappearing water supply. Together they taste the local sweets and get a lesson from local cook Doña Ramona, in transforming dried beef and cactus into delectable dishes. Chef Dany Lamote's vanilla-infused margarita proves magical, too. 
Nov 12
3:30 PM
Taste This! Nathan's Hot Dogs TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
Nov 12
4:00 PM
Food Forward School Lunch Revival All public school kids have access to free or reduced price lunch, but affordability doesn't necessarily mean it's good for them. Detroit's renegade lunch lady is not only serving kids healthy food, she has them growing it, too. Houston schools are joining a national movement with "seed to plate" classroom cooking, and in North Carolina, a new generation of service members is connecting farmers and schools. 
Nov 12
4:30 PM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Beer 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. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 12
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. 
Nov 12
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Rise of ISIS FRONTLINE investigates the miscalculations and mistakes behind the brutal rise of ISIS. As part of a special FRONTLINE series, correspondent Martin Smith reports from Iraq on how the country began coming undone after the American withdrawal and what it means for the U.S. to be fighting there again. 
Nov 12
9:00 PM
Our American Family: The Barreras The first half of the 1900's represents the last era of American life that, for most families, began largely unchanged from the generations that came before. OUR AMERICAN FAMILY: THE BARRERAS From the darkness of a coal mine in New Mexico to vibrant beauty under the California sun, Our American Family: The Barreras Family provides a compelling narrative of unwavering commitment to family. Life in the remote company-owned town of Madrid in the 1920s and '30s was a mixture of hard, dangerous work offset by the joy of baseball and celebrations. With the closing of the mine in the early '40s, the extended family re-established itself in southern California by living frugally and powerfully supporting one another through challenges. 
Nov 12
9:30 PM
As Long As We Dance As Long As We Dance is a glimpse inside the 11th and final "New Faces of An Ancient People Traditional American Indian Powwow" held in State College, PA. It features the stories of American Indian dancers, drummers, vendors and organizers from various tribes, who travel thousands of miles to participate in the powwow each year and shows the impact the event has had on them and the surrounding central Pennsylvania community. The powwow is a place where people find themselves, connect with their culture and pass on their traditions to the next generation. 
Nov 12
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 12
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. 
Nov 12
11:00 PM
Portraits for the Home Front: The Story of Elizabeth Black Elizabeth Black left a promising Pittsburgh art career to join American Red Cross efforts during World War II. She proposed a unique project to sketch hundreds of soldiers, sailors and airmen throughout Europe and send the treasured portraits to worried families back home. Seventy years later, Black's son uncovered her fascinating memorabilia and shared it with WQED. The poignant story unfolds as we explore Black's lost art career, seek out elderly veterans who encountered Miss Black on the battlefield, and present to amazed and appreciative families portraits that never arrived. 
Nov 13
12:00 AM
Room to Breathe Room To Breathe is a surprising story of transformation as struggling kids in a San Francisco public middle school are introduced to the practice of mindfulness meditation. Topping the district in disciplinary suspensions, and with overcrowded classrooms creating a nearly impossible learning environment, overwhelmed administrators are left with stark choices: repeating the cycle of trying to force tuned-out children to listen, or experimenting with timeless inner practices that may provide them with the social, emotional, and attentional skills that they need to succeed. The first question is whether it's already too late. Confronted by defiance, contempt for authority figures, poor discipline, and more interest in "social" than learning, can a young mindfulness teacher from Berkeley succeed in opening their minds and hearts? 
Nov 13
1:00 AM
Our American Family: The Barreras The first half of the 1900's represents the last era of American life that, for most families, began largely unchanged from the generations that came before. OUR AMERICAN FAMILY: THE BARRERAS From the darkness of a coal mine in New Mexico to vibrant beauty under the California sun, Our American Family: The Barreras Family provides a compelling narrative of unwavering commitment to family. Life in the remote company-owned town of Madrid in the 1920s and '30s was a mixture of hard, dangerous work offset by the joy of baseball and celebrations. With the closing of the mine in the early '40s, the extended family re-established itself in southern California by living frugally and powerfully supporting one another through challenges. 
Nov 13
1:30 AM
As Long As We Dance As Long As We Dance is a glimpse inside the 11th and final "New Faces of An Ancient People Traditional American Indian Powwow" held in State College, PA. It features the stories of American Indian dancers, drummers, vendors and organizers from various tribes, who travel thousands of miles to participate in the powwow each year and shows the impact the event has had on them and the surrounding central Pennsylvania community. The powwow is a place where people find themselves, connect with their culture and pass on their traditions to the next generation. 
Nov 13
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Todos Santos Magic" Maybe it's the water, maybe it's the desert, but there's definitely magic in the charming Baja town called Todos Santos. It all starts at Art & Beer, a funky roadside bar on the outskirts of town that serves generous cocktails and outstanding appetizers. Then Rick checks into the Hotel California before meeting up with his local buddy, Sergio Jaurequi, for a history lesson about the town's disappearing and reappearing water supply. Together they taste the local sweets and get a lesson from local cook Doña Ramona, in transforming dried beef and cactus into delectable dishes. Chef Dany Lamote's vanilla-infused margarita proves magical, too. 
Nov 13
2:30 AM
Taste This! Nathan's Hot Dogs TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
Nov 13
3:00 AM
Food Forward School Lunch Revival All public school kids have access to free or reduced price lunch, but affordability doesn't necessarily mean it's good for them. Detroit's renegade lunch lady is not only serving kids healthy food, she has them growing it, too. Houston schools are joining a national movement with "seed to plate" classroom cooking, and in North Carolina, a new generation of service members is connecting farmers and schools. 
Nov 13
3:30 AM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Beer 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. 
Nov 13
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Inness Landscape Part I Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Nov 13
4:30 AM
Sew It All To Dye For, Kathy Cano Murillo Create a funky table runner using fabric dyeing techniques. 
Nov 13
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.  
Nov 13
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.  
Nov 13
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. 
Nov 13
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Tummy Tighteners WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 13
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Nov 13
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Nov 13
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Nov 13
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Opossum in My Pocket Episode Description: While on a mission to find Chris' night vision goggles lost in the Cypress swamp, the brothers discover a marsupial opossum with a similar problem.Science Concept: Animals have unique (and sometimes unusual) collection of abilities that help them survive in their environment and niche. 
Nov 13
8:00 AM
Curious George Personal Trainer/Sprout Outing Professor Wiseman has generous sponsors for an exciting expedition if she completes a fund-raising footrace. But her first practice run is a disaster and she's about to give up until George volunteers to help her train. He's a great runner, so this should be easy, right? Not so! The first day of training leaves Professor Wiseman exhausted, thirsty and bored. George learns there is a lot to training as he becomes expert on stretching, keeping hydrated, and pacing yourself. But can he transfer all this to Professor Wiseman and find that secret ingredient that will keep her motivated to stay the course and finish the race? / George has just been made an Honorary Junior Sprout of Country County and is thrilled to be on his first trip with the troop, especially since the Man with the Yellow Hat is the new Sprout Master. The plan is for a nice, relaxed vegetation exploration at the Incredible Edible Arboretum, but things don't go as planned! First, the troop gets lost following Assistant Sprout Master Bill's directions, then George gets separated from the rest and discovers a man sawing branches off a tree. That's in violation of Sprout's rules, and George decides he needs to be stopped! Will George be able to prevent this man from harming more trees and earn his Sprout stripes along the way? 
Nov 13
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Meet the Beetles/Tongue Tied Meet the BeetlesNick and Sally must protect their cookie jar from cookie snatchers! But how? Well by meeting three of the Cat's beetle friends, that's how! Stan the Giant Stag beetle shows them how to look scary, while Cliff the Click beetle teaches them to make a noise them jump! And Bobbi the Bombardier beetle has a stinky surprise for those that try to sneak up on her. Now Nick and Sally can keep their cookies safe!Educational Objective: Unlike many insect beetles cannot as a rule take off instantly to the air. So many beetles have evolved means for "buying time" when under attack. Giant Stag Beetle Eyed Click Beetle; and American Bombardier Beetle Tongue TiedMmm, there's nothing better than a blueberry popsicle, even though it makes your tongue blue! Speaking of tongues, the Cat has some friends with marvelous tongues! The kids meet Treetop Tom and see how his tough tongue can pick food off of thorny branches. Then Snifty the boa snake shows them how she uses her tongue to smell. And by using Cat's "Not-So-Fast-Glasses", they can see Colin the chameleon's lightening fast tongue get him his food. Nick and Sally realize that their tongues are pretty useful too... for asking for another popsicle!Educational Objective: Animals use their tongues in many ways to detect, catch and eat the food they need. Tree Top Tom, the Giraffe; panther chameleon; Madagascar ground boa, African Umbrella Thorn Tree. 
Nov 13
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 
Nov 13
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. 
Nov 13
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Inspected by 4 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.  
Nov 13
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Nov 13
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy All Occasion Fabric Wraps, Part 1 Wrap it up in style—make easy-to-sew fabric wraps to accessorize your wardrobe .Nancy and guest Mary Mulari present quick to sew coverups for elegant evenings, travel, to the beach, and more. They start with clever and useful ways to wear classic shawls, and ways to keep them in place. Nancy and Mary then demonstrate how to make unique wrap shapes that are easy to cut out and sew or serge. 
Nov 13
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.  
Nov 13
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Pete Parsons - Destiny Meet the COO of Bungie, the creator of the most expensive video game ever made and witness the evolution of this powerful new form of entertainment 
Nov 13
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 13
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  Off the coast of Maine, catch lobster and learn about the sustainability issues faced by the local captains. Then meet a unique man who's discovered a way of life that feeds his soul while harvesting seaweed to feed others. Staying on the water, head to Maryland and learn about the virtues of oyster farms and their critical role in helping preserve natural resources. Back in the Victory Garden, Roger demonstrates how to prepare a garden bed and plants leeks and tomatoes, while Chef Marian prepares a broccoli and crabmeat quiche. 
Nov 13
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Farming with Water Seventy percent of the earth's surface is covered with water and so is its most important grain, rice. In this episode of Garden to Table, Allen visits a rice field in the peak of harvest. Allen also tests your grain vocabulary and a guest chef has an ingenious way of removing caramel from a bowl with water. 
Nov 13
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Grains By now we all know that eating whole grains is an integral part of a healthy lifestyle, and supermarket shelves are stocked with a greater variety than ever before. Martha provides an overview of the most popular grains, including quinoa and bulgur wheat, and teaches the different cooking methods. You'll be inspired to prepare her recipes-which can be tossed together in no time-for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. 
Nov 13
3:30 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino A Sicilian Meatloaf & Cake with Rum Sauce Meatloaf when done right can be a work of art, something worthy of the finest restaurant. Chef Stellino re-interprets a fabulous Sicilian recipe from his youth and prepares a Sicilian Stuffed Meatloaf. Then seals the deal with an incredible chocolate butter cake, dripping with the most luscious and buttery rum sauce.... Oh what a life!!! 
Nov 13
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking Yesterday's Food for the Future Andreas visits Rygge, the vegetable garden of southeastern Norway, to prepare a traditional menu of root vegetables, goat and hen. Andreas cooks parsley root cream with smoked salmon, and follows it with fricassee of hen, and finally, roast goat. Andreas explains how to make these traditional dishes with modern substitutes. 
Nov 13
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Melk to Budapest Burt cruises through the Wachau Valley, a major area for Austrian wines. Then he visits Melk Abbey, one of Europe's largest and most impressive monasteries were Burt explains how the Catholic Church used Baroque architecture to undermine the Reformation. Then to Vienna for music and pastry, and finally a tour of Budapest. 
Nov 13
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Nov 13
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Nov 13
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Nov 13
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. 
Nov 13
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Midwest U.S.A. Justine travels to Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin, known as "America's Cereal Bowl." Here she finds a beautiful land of miles-long lakes and mountains, lumberjacks and Native American tribes; strange, experimental aircraft and Harley Davidsons; Mark Twain; and the world's first McDonald's. And that's all before she visits the metropolises of Chicago and Detroit with their fascinating history of gangsters, Motown music and automobiles. 
Nov 13
8:00 PM
NOVA Ben Franklin's Balloons The first stage in the adventure of human flight began with daring inventors and aeronauts in 18th-century Paris, where a handful of brilliant and colorful pioneers developed all the essential features of today's hot air and gas balloons. Their exploits fascinated Benjamin Franklin, who was serving in Paris as the American ambassador. To explore this burst of innovation, NOVA re-creates key flights, including the world's first manned voyage on November 21, 1783. A descendant of the Montgolfier brothers, who invented the hot-air balloon, will join a team to build an accurate replica of the fragile paper and canvas craft using 18th-century tools and materials. NOVA evokes the thrilling and daunting prospect that the balloon pioneers faced as they left Earth for the first time. 
Nov 13
9:00 PM
America's Amazon: The Mobile-Tensaw Delta "America's Amazon" paints a visually stunning documentary portrait of the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, an amazing watery world, and one of the continent's most diverse biological treasures. Through compelling descriptions of this rich river system's origins, history, and connections to plants, animals and man, we gain a deeper understanding of what is at stake as the population living around the Delta grows.With appearances by world-renowned Harvard Professor and Pulitzer prize winning author, Dr. Edward O. Wilson and other Alabamians, this compelling and informative one hour documentary reveals a hidden world in constant transition.Ultimately, this award-winning film suggests we must act now to protect this great wilderness for future generations, before it is lost forever. 
Nov 13
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 13
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. 
Nov 13
11:00 PM
Unsung Heroes: The Story of America's Female PatriotsPart One Today more women serve in the armed forces than at any other time in our nation's history, in ways never before possible. Women pilot B-2 Stealth Bombers on combat missions, drive tanks in Iraq, direct Marines in Afghanistan, command carrier battle groups, fly jet fighters and helicopters, and continue the noble tradition of providing critical battlefield care as doctors and nurses.This courageous heritage can be traced back to the Revolution where women like Molly Pitcher and Sarah Shattuck donned men's clothes and took up arms against the British. And though none had the right to vote, hundreds of women participated in the Civil War as nurses, spies and soldiers. Of the 33,000 women who served their country during the Great War, some 300 lost their lives. More than 700,000 women defended America in WW II, Korea and Vietnam. Today, there are almost 2,000,000 living female veterans whose contributions spans three generations. The service of these women has been heroic, their sacrifices profound and their enormous accomplishments largely ignored. 
Nov 14
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  Off the coast of Maine, catch lobster and learn about the sustainability issues faced by the local captains. Then meet a unique man who's discovered a way of life that feeds his soul while harvesting seaweed to feed others. Staying on the water, head to Maryland and learn about the virtues of oyster farms and their critical role in helping preserve natural resources. Back in the Victory Garden, Roger demonstrates how to prepare a garden bed and plants leeks and tomatoes, while Chef Marian prepares a broccoli and crabmeat quiche. 
Nov 14
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Farming with Water Seventy percent of the earth's surface is covered with water and so is its most important grain, rice. In this episode of Garden to Table, Allen visits a rice field in the peak of harvest. Allen also tests your grain vocabulary and a guest chef has an ingenious way of removing caramel from a bowl with water. 
Nov 14
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Grains By now we all know that eating whole grains is an integral part of a healthy lifestyle, and supermarket shelves are stocked with a greater variety than ever before. Martha provides an overview of the most popular grains, including quinoa and bulgur wheat, and teaches the different cooking methods. You'll be inspired to prepare her recipes-which can be tossed together in no time-for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. 
Nov 14
2:30 AM
Cooking With Nick Stellino A Sicilian Meatloaf & Cake with Rum Sauce Meatloaf when done right can be a work of art, something worthy of the finest restaurant. Chef Stellino re-interprets a fabulous Sicilian recipe from his youth and prepares a Sicilian Stuffed Meatloaf. Then seals the deal with an incredible chocolate butter cake, dripping with the most luscious and buttery rum sauce.... Oh what a life!!! 
Nov 14
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking Yesterday's Food for the Future Andreas visits Rygge, the vegetable garden of southeastern Norway, to prepare a traditional menu of root vegetables, goat and hen. Andreas cooks parsley root cream with smoked salmon, and follows it with fricassee of hen, and finally, roast goat. Andreas explains how to make these traditional dishes with modern substitutes. 
Nov 14
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of Europe: Melk to Budapest Burt cruises through the Wachau Valley, a major area for Austrian wines. Then he visits Melk Abbey, one of Europe's largest and most impressive monasteries were Burt explains how the Catholic Church used Baroque architecture to undermine the Reformation. Then to Vienna for music and pastry, and finally a tour of Budapest. 
Nov 14
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Nov 14
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy All Occasion Fabric Wraps, Part 1 Wrap it up in style—make easy-to-sew fabric wraps to accessorize your wardrobe .Nancy and guest Mary Mulari present quick to sew coverups for elegant evenings, travel, to the beach, and more. They start with clever and useful ways to wear classic shawls, and ways to keep them in place. Nancy and Mary then demonstrate how to make unique wrap shapes that are easy to cut out and sew or serge. 
Nov 14
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.  
Nov 14
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Pete Parsons - Destiny Meet the COO of Bungie, the creator of the most expensive video game ever made and witness the evolution of this powerful new form of entertainment 
Nov 14
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. 
Nov 14
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Stick 'em Up! WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 14
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Nov 14
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Nov 14
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Nov 14
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Where The Bison Roam Episode Description: When the Wild Kratts Team decides to explore the spot where early explorers Lewis and Clark first laid eyes on the American prairie, they discover that prairies and the amazing bison herds of yore are much harder to find these days. Science Concept: What is a prairie? 
Nov 14
8:00 AM
Curious George George Meets Allie-Whoops!/Hundley's Great Escape George opens the chicken coop at the Renkins' farm and finds - wait -- a little girl?! Mrs. Renkins introduces George to Allie, her 5-year-old granddaughter who's spending her summer in the country. Allie is thrilled to meet George and practically runs out of breath asking him a million questions. She wants to know what it's like to be a monkey, and George spends an entire day showing her, which includes climbing high in a tree to see where Jumpy squirrel lives. When George climbs down the tree though, he finds that Allie is afraid to follow him. Not that Allie minds being stuck in the tree...she speaks squirrel, you know. Still, George knows girls can't live in trees. He needs to bring out Allie's inner monkey and get her down from the tree! / Hundley takes it upon himself to return the toy a baby dropped in his lobby. But when George sees Hundley racing down the street with the toy in his mouth, George thinks he wants to play, and this delays Hundley. Hundley is not happy to see the baby drive off in a bus sans toy and is even more upset when Gnocchi, who wants in on the fun, grabs the toy and disappears through Pisghetti's basement window. George and Hundley follow Gnocchi into the basement, only to have the door lock behind them. Uh-oh. George and Gnocchi can climb up and out the window, but Hundley can't. George comes to the rescue by constructing a ramp leading to the window that even the littlest Daschund legs can climb. Now they just need to figure out where that baby went. 
Nov 14
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Manatees and Mermaids/The Last Chocolate Manatees and MermaidsSally and Nick are pretending to swim, but why not go for a real swim asks the Cat! Off to the Glippydrippy Gulf to meet Matilda the Manatee and her son Marlin. Matilda and Marlon teach their guests how to swim slowly and gracefully. Until they hear the sound of a boat motor! Those can be dangerous for manatees, but luckily the Cat, Nick and Sally help their new friends to stay safe. And when they get back home, Nick and Sally will be sure to tell everyone to "Slow down for manatees!"Educational Objective: Nick and Sally discover how manatees move slowly yet gracefully underwater and are at risk as a result from humans in boats.The Last ChocolateOnly two chocolates left in the whole box, what a great present for Nick and Sally's Moms. That is until The Cat excitedly eats them! Oh no! How are they going to find more chocolate to give to their moms? By taking a trip to visit Princess Lottachoca in the Cocoalicious Forest! There, the Princess teaches Nick and Sally the chocolate-making song and they help to make chocolate. Now that the chocolate has cooled, it's time to go home and surprise their moms!Educational Objective: The process of how chocolate is made from the humble cocoa bean - by picking the beans, drying them, roasting them and then crushing them to get the juice, then adding sugar while you heat it, pour it into a mould and cool it. 
Nov 14
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Parade Problem/The Halloween Problem The Parade Problem - Park. Peg and Cat need to sort out recyclables to clean up the park in time for the nursery school's Halloween Parade.Primary Content: SortingSecondary Content: EstimatingThe Halloween Problem - Peg's Neighborhood. While trick or treating, Peg and Cat find themselves pursued by a metal monster. Later they teach fair sharing to a "friend" who turns out to be a real tiger!Primary Content: Fair SharingSecondary Content: Positional relationships (in front of/behind) 
Nov 14
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. 
Nov 14
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 
Nov 14
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The McKenry Farm Roger uses acrylics for a small painting of a double silo on a farm in Tennessee with the BlueRidge mountains in the background. Sarah looks around the scenic farm. 
Nov 14
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3111 Day and Night pt 2 Eleanor uses up her scraps to make more quilts. 
Nov 14
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.  
Nov 14
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.  
Nov 14
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 14
2:00 PM
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. 
Nov 14
2:30 PM
On Story A Conversation with Damon Lindelof Co-Creator of Lost and Writer/Producer STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS, PROMETHEUSDamon Lindelof discusses his hand in some of the most celebrated and scrutinized works of science fiction over the past five years, and how much of their success is attributed to writing stories that leave a lot up to one's imagination. Accompanied by Dean Loxton's improvised short film, METRO 7 BIS about a woman's encounter with a handsome stranger in Paris, only to find their meeting was hardly by chance. 
Nov 14
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Tenderizing with Guest Jamie Bissonnette This week on Simply Ming - tenderizing - a culinary technique that helps meat, chicken and fish absorb all the wonderful flavors of your favorite marinades. Joining Ming in the kitchen is Chopped Champion - Chef Jamie Bissonnette. Together Ming and Jamie cook on the fly using mystery ingredients and zesty spices to come up with two tender recipes: a Tellegio Kimchee Steak Bomb and a Trio of Halibut New Style Sashimi. 
Nov 14
3:30 PM
MARTIN YAN'S TASTE OF VIETNAM  International culinary icon Martin Yan returns to public television for the first time since 2008 with a new series that explores the breathtaking landscape, colorful history, generous hospitality and delicious cuisine of Vietnam. Over the course of 26 episodes, Martin travels extensively throughout Vietnam, from its spectacular snow-capped mountains in the north to the intricate network of canals that make up the Mekong Delta in the south. In legendary Ha Long Bay, Martin visits schoolhouses constructed on water and surrounded by majestic limestone mountains that rise from the sea. In historical Hoi An, he admires streams of floating paper lanterns during the Moon Festival. He pays tribute to Vietnam's rich history, visiting ancient temples and monuments in Ninh Binh, and the imperial palaces in Hue. In Ho Chi Minh City, he joins in the morning commute, buzzing around town on the back of a motorcycle in search of breakfast.In Buon Ma Thout, he crosses a lake atop an elephant to reach a village where time seemingly has stood still. He tours coffee plantations, dragon fruit farms and organic vegetable co-ops. In Martin's customary hands-on style, he joins local farmers harvesting their rice crop, and fishermen casting their nets for shrimp, squid and other sea bounties. Each episode combines colorful location segments and studio cooking segments featuring Martin's impressive culinary skills and occasional visits from a talented Vietnamese chef. Martin treats viewers to a wide array of colorful and delicious recipes, from popular street vendor offerings to elegant dishes from the Imperial kitchen. 
Nov 14
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Asia Express Joanne embraces teaching traditional recipes and then showing new ways to use them. She and her student Reggie make mayonnaise and create an Asian inspired meal of tuna burgers with wasabi mayonnaise and Thai cabbage and grapefruit slaw, leaving Reggie wondering if he will ever buy mayonnaise again.Recipes: Grilled Yellowtail Tuna Burgers with Wasabi Mayonnaise and Thai Cabbage and Grapefruit SlawStudent: Reggie Wooden, Student 
Nov 14
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "What's For Breakfast?" Host Laura Theodore prepares festive top-o-the-morning recipes. Special guests: Ed Begley Jr. and Chef Del Sroufe. Menu features "Pear and Apple Breakfast Pizza," the perfect dish to wake up any breakfast menu. Crunchy and sweet "Magnificent Maple Granola with Banana Whipped Topping" adds decadent flair, while "Blueberry-Zucchini Surprise Mini-Muffins" make a great start to the day. 
Nov 14
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Nov 14
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Nov 14
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Nov 14
6:57 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. 
Nov 14
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12'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.  
Nov 14
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.  
Nov 14
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.  
Nov 14
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.  
Nov 14
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 14
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. 
Nov 14
11:00 PM
Unsung Heroes: The Story of America's Female PatriotsPart Two Today more women serve in the armed forces than at any other time in our nation's history, in ways never before possible. Women pilot B-2 Stealth Bombers on combat missions, drive tanks in Iraq, direct Marines in Afghanistan, command carrier battle groups, fly jet fighters and helicopters, and continue the noble tradition of providing critical battlefield care as doctors and nurses.This courageous heritage can be traced back to the Revolution where women like Molly Pitcher and Sarah Shattuck donned men's clothes and took up arms against the British. And though none had the right to vote, hundreds of women participated in the Civil War as nurses, spies and soldiers. Of the 33,000 women who served their country during the Great War, some 300 lost their lives. More than 700,000 women defended America in WW II, Korea and Vietnam. Today, there are almost 2,000,000 living female veterans whose contributions spans three generations. The service of these women has been heroic, their sacrifices profound and their enormous accomplishments largely ignored. 
Nov 15
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Tenderizing with Guest Jamie Bissonnette This week on Simply Ming - tenderizing - a culinary technique that helps meat, chicken and fish absorb all the wonderful flavors of your favorite marinades. Joining Ming in the kitchen is Chopped Champion - Chef Jamie Bissonnette. Together Ming and Jamie cook on the fly using mystery ingredients and zesty spices to come up with two tender recipes: a Tellegio Kimchee Steak Bomb and a Trio of Halibut New Style Sashimi. 
Nov 15
2:30 AM
MARTIN YAN'S TASTE OF VIETNAM  International culinary icon Martin Yan returns to public television for the first time since 2008 with a new series that explores the breathtaking landscape, colorful history, generous hospitality and delicious cuisine of Vietnam. Over the course of 26 episodes, Martin travels extensively throughout Vietnam, from its spectacular snow-capped mountains in the north to the intricate network of canals that make up the Mekong Delta in the south. In legendary Ha Long Bay, Martin visits schoolhouses constructed on water and surrounded by majestic limestone mountains that rise from the sea. In historical Hoi An, he admires streams of floating paper lanterns during the Moon Festival. He pays tribute to Vietnam's rich history, visiting ancient temples and monuments in Ninh Binh, and the imperial palaces in Hue. In Ho Chi Minh City, he joins in the morning commute, buzzing around town on the back of a motorcycle in search of breakfast.In Buon Ma Thout, he crosses a lake atop an elephant to reach a village where time seemingly has stood still. He tours coffee plantations, dragon fruit farms and organic vegetable co-ops. In Martin's customary hands-on style, he joins local farmers harvesting their rice crop, and fishermen casting their nets for shrimp, squid and other sea bounties. Each episode combines colorful location segments and studio cooking segments featuring Martin's impressive culinary skills and occasional visits from a talented Vietnamese chef. Martin treats viewers to a wide array of colorful and delicious recipes, from popular street vendor offerings to elegant dishes from the Imperial kitchen. 
Nov 15
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Asia Express Joanne embraces teaching traditional recipes and then showing new ways to use them. She and her student Reggie make mayonnaise and create an Asian inspired meal of tuna burgers with wasabi mayonnaise and Thai cabbage and grapefruit slaw, leaving Reggie wondering if he will ever buy mayonnaise again.Recipes: Grilled Yellowtail Tuna Burgers with Wasabi Mayonnaise and Thai Cabbage and Grapefruit SlawStudent: Reggie Wooden, Student 
Nov 15
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "What's For Breakfast?" Host Laura Theodore prepares festive top-o-the-morning recipes. Special guests: Ed Begley Jr. and Chef Del Sroufe. Menu features "Pear and Apple Breakfast Pizza," the perfect dish to wake up any breakfast menu. Crunchy and sweet "Magnificent Maple Granola with Banana Whipped Topping" adds decadent flair, while "Blueberry-Zucchini Surprise Mini-Muffins" make a great start to the day. 
Nov 15
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The McKenry Farm Roger uses acrylics for a small painting of a double silo on a farm in Tennessee with the BlueRidge mountains in the background. Sarah looks around the scenic farm. 
Nov 15
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3111 Day and Night pt 2 Eleanor uses up her scraps to make more quilts. 
Nov 15
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.  
Nov 15
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.  
Nov 15
6:00 AM
Caillou Step By Step! When Leo forgets his brand new toy dinosaur in the park, Daddy and Caillou go looking for it, with no success. So Caillou, with Mommy's help, puts up a Lost and Found Poster, and then, finds 'Dino' at the Park Office Lost and Found! When the washing machine needs fixing, Caillou ends up helping Bob the repairman. Inspired, Caillou helps Dad hammer a nail and glue the leg onto a wobbly stool too! Caillou accompanies Grandma to the Senior's residence where he finds out 'driving' the meal cart is more fun than driving his toy truck. Caillou even helps push Mrs. Wilson around in her wheelchair, proving to be the best driver she's ever had! When Sarah asks to borrow Caillou's wagon for her new paper route, Caillou offers to help too! Caillou, with Daddy's help, learns about getting up early, folding the papers and delivering them too. When Mom drives Sarah to her skating lesson, Caillou decides he wants to take skating lessons too! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will learn that it takes time and patience to learn new skills or take on grown-up jobs, but there are steps on the way that help them get the job done. Looking carefully and consulting the Lost and Found helps to retrieve a lost treasure; assisting a grown-up helps in learning how to use tools; pushing a food cart and a wheel chair set the stage for becoming a driver; helping an older friend with her paper route is a good apprenticeship; skating lessons that start very slowly are the way to becoming a real skater. 
Nov 15
6:30 AM
Bob the Builder Believe in Yourself Educational Objective: Learn the importance of self confidenceSuper Scrambler Scrambler has been reading a book about the super-hero machine, Super-Smasher, and decides he wants to be just like him. The team is ready to start building a milking shed for Daisy - Farmer Pickles' prize cow. Scrambler sees a picture of Super-Smasher hauling bricks, and decides he has to be strong too! After a few mistakes and scaring Daisy, Scrambler realizes he's not a Super-Machine! He's just plain old Scrambler.Once the milking shed is complete, Daisy is missing. Scrambler thinks about what he should do - not what Super-Smasher should do. Following Scrambler's lead, the machines slowly lead Daisy and another cow Delores back to the shed. Scrambler tells his friends Daisy and Delores can be... the Super-Milking-Team! Roley's Weather Rap Bob is building a weather station for Brad Rad, and Roley is making up a surfing rap for Brad's weather announcements!Bob, Wendy and Dizzy begin to assemble the weather station. As they put together the different instruments, they find out more about the weather. Roley uses this information to devise a catchy rap, and races off to make his announcement. The weather station is now predicting a storm, which means Brad and the Kids are in danger, and it's all Roley's fault! Brad makes an announcement and the children swim in just before the storm arrives. The next day, Roley makes another weather announcement, instead of rapping, he delivers it plain and simple: which, he's learned, is much safer! 
Nov 15
7:00 AM
Curious George Monkey Goes Batty/Curious George and the Balloon Hound A hole in the roof means George and the Man with the Yellow Hat must sleep in the living room while their bedrooms are being repaired. But their adventure quickly turns into a disaster when George's nightly trips to the kitchen keep the Man awake at night. Can George figure out a way to quietly find his way to the refrigerator in the dark? / George and Hundley are amazed by all the flying machines at the museum's aviation exhibit. So when Hundley's souvenir airship flies out of reach in the lobby, he dreams he is British flying ace, Leftenant Doxie. Joined by the daring flyboy Chuck Monkey, the dynamic duo use propeller power as they race towards the finish line. When Hundley awakens from his dream, he has a few new ideas on how to get his ceiling bound toy within reach. 
Nov 15
7:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Bounce/Timmy Tippy Toe BounceSynopsis: Nick and Sally are wondering why their ball is so bouncy. Fish tells them it's because it's made from rubber, and rubber comes from trees. Cat doesn't believe him so it's time to ask the expert, Dr. Twiggles! It turns out Fish is right! And Dr. Twiggles shows them all just how rubber is made, and all the wonderful things rubber can make!Educational Objective: Rubber is made by tapping rubber trees.Timmy Tippy ToeSynopsis: Nick and Sally are playing on a climbing frame but just can't manage to get to the top. Cat tries to show them how it's done but he can't do it either! Time to go see Timmy Tippy Toe, the Klipspringer who is an expert climber! Timmy teaches them to use their hands and their feet, and now they can reach the top of their own "mountain"!Educational Objective: How the Klipspringer has adapted perfectly to the mountainous environment it inhabits, with pointy hooves helping it to climb steep slopes. 
Nov 15
8:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Birthday Cake Problem/The Doohickey Problem The Birthday Cake Problem - Peg's Pizza Place. Peg and Cat make a rockin' birthday cake for Jonah and his friends the Teens, but first they need to figure out how old he is going to be.Primary Content: The teen numbersSecondary Content: PatternsThe Doohickey Problem - The Purple Planet. When their space ship is smashed, Peg and Cat must reassemble its variously shaped parts, and retrieve sixteen stolen doohickeys.Primary Content: PatternsSecondary Content: Shapes, the number 16 
Nov 15
8:30 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. 
Nov 15
9:00 AM
Thomas & Friends Food To Go The Afternoon Tea Express / The Smelly KipperThe Afternoon Tea ExpressStephen becomes very excited when the Earl gives him the special job of collecting the ingredients for the afternoon teas at the Castle. But Spencer teases him about being too old and slow. Stephen, however, asks Thomas and the other engines to give him a push, and he's soon speeding along. When it's Spencer's turn to give Stephen a push he goes too fast, forcing Stephen to lose control and splatter jam all over the unsuspecting guests. Stephen learns that being steady and reliable is more important than being fast.Educational Objectives: accepting differences, understanding there are consequences to one's actions, apologizing, coping with failure, resourceful thinkingThe Smelly KipperOne evening at Tidmouth sheds, James teases Percy about being scared of the dark. Henry challenges James to take the Flying Kipper that night for him. James agrees, but when he realizes that the fish from the Flying Kipper are really smelly, he tries to back out of the challenge. James convinces Henry that he didn't offer to pull the Flying Kipper--Henry must have been dreaming. James soon gets his come-uppance when he becomes the Smelly Kipper.... Phew!Educational Objectives: apologizing, coping with failure, understanding there are consequences to one's actions, telling the truth 
Nov 15
9:30 AM
Angelina Ballerina Angelina and the Musical Plant / Angelina's Hip Hop Boys Show Angelina and the Musical PlantAngelina and her friends can't agree on the music for their Spring Fling show - Marco wants flamenco, AZ prefers hip hop, Angelina votes for classical, and Vici wants jazz. At the same time, Angelina is caring for a plant as part of her science project. With Mum's help, Angelina discovers that caring for living things takes hard work and a lot of nurturing. Angelina decided to apply that same kind of care to listening to her friends - and she arrives at the perfect solution. They perform an ensemble piece that includes all the different styles of music! Educational Objective:• To explore flamenco, hip hop, classical, and jazz music and dance Angelina's Hip Hop Boys Show - Angelina is very excited to be directing her very first hip hop show when suddenly her star, AZ, falls and hurts his foot! Who can step into his shoes at the last minute? Marco is the number one choice. However, although he can play hip hop music, dancing hip hop is another thing. The show is in danger of not going on... unless Angelina can come up with a solution in time! Educational Objective: • To introduce basic hip hop dance moves Camembert's Shining Stars (Live-Action Segment)Students from Icon Dance Complex perform a lively hip hop routine and encourage kids at home to dance along. 
Nov 15
10:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Good Morning, Daniel/Goodnight, Daniel Good Morning, Daniel- It's a typical morning in the Tiger household, and Daniel has to get ready for school. Daniel's playing and imagining distracts him from his routine. Will he make it in time for Trolley?!Good Night, Daniel- Tonight, Daniel is playing as SUPER Daniel! After dinner, he must follow his nighttime routine even though he would rather play. Eventually, Daniel learns that even super heroes get sleepy!This episode deals with morning and bedtime routines and offers two different strategies: Morning- Clothes on, eat breakfast, brush teeth, put on shoes and off to schooool!Night- Bedtiiiiiime! Bath, brush teeth, pjs, story and a soooong! 
Nov 15
10:30 AM
Super Why! Jasper's Cowboy Wish Howdy Partner! Whyatt and his friends are playing cowboys, but Pig can't join in because he doesn't know what cowboys do. The super readers jump into the tale Jasper's Cowboy Wish and make the acquaintance of a cowpoke named Jasper who's desperate to become a rompin' stompin' cowboy if only he could get the hang of it! When Jasper must use his cowboy skills to save the day, will he be a hero...or will this be his last roundup?Educational Objectives: To explore the Old West. Young viewers will sing the alphabet, practice the magic of spelling, learn what the word saddle means, and use the power to read to change the story. 
Nov 15
11:00 AM
SPACE RACERS    
Nov 15
11:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Great American Ranches Equitrekking takes a look at how geography and history of ranches in Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, Alberta, Texas, Maui and the Big Island influence their present workings. Interviewing ranch owners and cowboys who have chosen to hold fast to their traditions and Western culture, Darley learns about running a ranch, while also seeing some of the beautiful wild terrain. 
Nov 15
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.  
Nov 15
12:30 PM
Autoline Manufacturing a New Generation Factories used be no place for a kid. In fact, there were some that might've even scared the bravest of men. But with today's super clean 21st century factories some almost resemble a hospital operating room. That's only one of the reasons that Michigan's Macomb County - just north of Detroit - has gone all in to educate young students on the benefits of working with today's manufacturing. Joining John McElroy to talk about this groundbreaking program is County Executive Mark Hackel, Michael DeVault, Superintendent of Intermediate Schools and Scott Palmer from Tech Services at the District. 
Nov 15
1:00 PM
Daytripper; The Corpus Christi It's no secret that Texas is big. Alright, more than big. Texas is HUGE!! And exploring Texas ain't no small vacation, it's a lifetime endeavor. But what if you only have one day? Well that's where we come in. From the well-known landmarks to the completely obscure dives and hideaways - and all within a day's reach.We created The Daytripper to inspire folks to get out and explore the Lone Star State. Sure, national travel shows are entertaining, but that's where they stop. The Daytripper is all about destinations in Texas, which means you can visit whenever you want. So, I'll see you on the road. This is THE DAYTRIPPER! 
Nov 15
1:30 PM
Peregrine Dame, The Cancun, Mexico Despite the rainstorms, host Rachel Parsons manages to experience the real city behind the resort destination - romantic, peaceful, and safe. With a cast of local characters Rachel sees just what the tourists are missing when they don't leave the infamous Hotel Zone. 
Nov 15
2:00 PM
Joseph Rosendo's Travelscope Berlin & Wester Poland - Over the Borderline Award-winning travel journalist and author Joseph Rosendo shares his personal perspective on cultural tourism from spots close to home as well as exotic locations.  
Nov 15
2:30 PM
MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING  MOVEABLE FEAST WITH FINE COOKING combines flavorful ingredients, top chefs and beautiful locations for the ultimate dining experience. In the second season of the award-winning series, Australian chef Pete Evans goes coast-to-coast, traveling to New Orleans, Maine, Chicago, California and other locations across the United States to meet the best chefs in the area and cook a delicious meal that incorporates local and seasonal ingredients. He goes night fishing, encounters alligators, visits vineyards and orchards, and tries out new recipes — all with the aim of inspiring viewers to cook bright food in their own kitchens. In 2014, MOVEABLE FEAST received a Daytime Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Culinary Program." 
Nov 15
3:00 PM
Rudy Maxa's World    
Nov 15
3:30 PM
Rick Steves' Europe Normandy: War-Torn Yet Full of Life After exploring the half-timbered charm of Rouen, we reflect on Monet's lily ponds, peek in on local artisans, and set up an easel at Honfleur's harbor. We venture into composer Eric Satie's eccentric world and feast on the finest of Normandy cuisine. After pondering sacrifice and celebrating freedom on the D-Day beaches, we hike with pilgrims to the enchanted island abbey of Mont St. Michel. 
Nov 15
4:00 PM
Globe Trekker Midwest U.S.A. Justine travels to Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin, known as "America's Cereal Bowl." Here she finds a beautiful land of miles-long lakes and mountains, lumberjacks and Native American tribes; strange, experimental aircraft and Harley Davidsons; Mark Twain; and the world's first McDonald's. And that's all before she visits the metropolises of Chicago and Detroit with their fascinating history of gangsters, Motown music and automobiles. 
Nov 15
5:00 PM
Masterpiece Inspector Lewis, Season 7: Beyond Good and Evil Thirteen years after Lewis' first successful arrest as a detective inspector, the?forensics have been called into question and the case re-opened for appeal. Lewis fears the worst — but nothing can prepare him for a new string of murders resembling the original murders with the original weapon. Did he arrest an innocent man? With Lewis' reputation in jeopardy, Hathaway and Maddox race to catch the killer. 
Nov 15
6:30 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. 
Nov 15
7:00 PM
Austin City Limits Ed Sheeran/Valerie June Singer/songwriters Ed Sheeran and Valerie June perform. Sheeran lights up hits "Sing!" and "A-Team," while June burns through material from her acclaimed LP Pushin' Against a Stone. 
Nov 15
8:00 PM
Live from the Artists Den The Killers The Killers played an unforgettable show in New York City at the magnificent Chinatown landmark Capitale, designed in the 19th Century by influential architect Stanford White as the home of the Bowery Savings Bank. The Las Vegas-based band drew on material from across their multi-platinum catalogue, including such smash hits as "Mr. Brightside" and "Human."Song List"Spaceman""Miss Atomic Bomb""Human""A Dustland Fairytale""Mr. Brightside""All These Things That I've Done""Flesh And Bone"Vegas Documentary feat. "Runaways"Two Door Cinema Club Spotlight feat. "Sleep Alone" and "What You Know" Recorded July 24, 2012, Capitale, New York, NY. 
Nov 15
9:00 PM
Sounds on 29th Rubedo & Kevin O'Brien Rubedo is the alchemy of rock and roll. In this studio session, the Denver-based band (Kyle Gray, Alex Trujillo and Gregg Ziemba) performs music that communicates positive mantras overlaying an organic sound of psychedelia, roots, and rock with tasty sprinkles of hip-hop and soul. The special also features local wiseacre Kevin O'Brien. 
Nov 15
9:30 PM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 7: Jessi OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by The Outfit, Elin Palmer, Chuck Pyle, Born in the Flood and Ned Garthe Explosion. OpenAir's Jessi Whitten will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Nov 15
10:00 PM
Now Playing The Strange, Part 2 Locally produced, this live music & interview series showcases independent music artists in the area. This week, the series continues to focus on New Mexico "desert rock" act The Strange. The episode includes footage of the band playing at the Sidewinder Tavern in Denver's Globeville section as well as an interview at Black Shirt Brewing by BSB co-founder and head brewer Branden Miller. Part 2 of 2. 
Nov 15
10:30 PM
Bluegrass Underground Davina & the Vagabonds Swinging through multiple generations and genres of New Orleans grooves, this band is propelled by its frontwoman's megawatt personality. Davina's live performance must be seen to be believed. She is the rare dichotomy of the self-professed shy, reserved and tentative personality juxtaposed with a primal piano prowess and look-at-me brass that embodies the idea of "showmanship." In her, Mae West meets Bette Midler meets Dr. John. 
Nov 15
11:00 PM
Front And Center Joe Satriani FRONT AND CENTER returns for a fourth season with the series' eclectic signature of industry veterans mixed with a new generation of chart-toppers. The lineup of 10 episodes includes an Oscar-nominated rock band, guitar legends and, for the first time, country hit-makers. Taped in New York City at the McKittrick Hotel, the Iridium and the Highline Ballroom, this season includes one-of-a-kind performances by Keith Urban, Counting Crows, John Hiatt, Richie Sambora, Joe Satriani, Richard Thompson, The Fray, Paul Rodgers and the Memphis Sessions players singing the music of Stax Records, Lady Antebellum and an episode taped in Nashville during the Country Music Association Songwriters Series. 
Nov 16
12:00 AM
Jammin at Hippie Jack's Stacey Earle and Mark Stuart Few husband-wife musical duos provide audiences with the complete entertainment package that Stacey Earle & Mark Stuart dish out in a live performance. Armed with clever acoustic guitar interplay, autobiographical songwriting, lovely harmonies, and humorous storytelling this couple captivates your attention from the first moment they are onstage. Based out of Tennessee, Earle and Stuart draw from blues, pop, country, rock, and more in their heartfelt music. The years of touring the folk/Americana circuit (playing 170 concerts a year) have given them a knack for reaching out to the audience in an intimate "come in to my living room" fashion. 
Nov 16
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.  
Nov 16
1:00 AM
Sounds on 29th Rubedo & Kevin O'Brien Rubedo is the alchemy of rock and roll. In this studio session, the Denver-based band (Kyle Gray, Alex Trujillo and Gregg Ziemba) performs music that communicates positive mantras overlaying an organic sound of psychedelia, roots, and rock with tasty sprinkles of hip-hop and soul. The special also features local wiseacre Kevin O'Brien. 
Nov 16
1:30 AM
OpenAir Live & Local Episode 7: Jessi OPENAIR LIVE & LOCAL, a show featuring local bands that have recorded in the Colorado Public Radio Performance Studio, is back this week with performances by The Outfit, Elin Palmer, Chuck Pyle, Born in the Flood and Ned Garthe Explosion. OpenAir's Jessi Whitten will host the show, offering expert insight about the musicians and their influence on Colorado's thriving local music community. 
Nov 16
2:00 AM
Austin City Limits Ed Sheeran/Valerie June Singer/songwriters Ed Sheeran and Valerie June perform. Sheeran lights up hits "Sing!" and "A-Team," while June burns through material from her acclaimed LP Pushin' Against a Stone. 
Nov 16
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. 
Nov 16
4:00 AM
Infinity Hall Live Wilson Phillips Wilson Phillips, one of the biggest selling all-female groups in music history hits the Infinity Hall stage for an unforgettable night of nostalgia and chart-topping songs. The group, made up of Chynna Phillips, Wendy Wilson and Carnie Wilson, first reached the top of the Billboard charts in 1991 and have seen a resurgence in the past year with their appearance in the hit film Bridesmaids and their new reality series, Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On. Their new CD, Dedicated, - which has topped the Amazon contemporary pop vocal charts - is a tribute to the music of their iconic parents; Chynna is the daughter of Michelle and John Phillips of the Mamas and the Papas and Wendy and Carnie are the daughters of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson. Displaying the same tight, lush harmonies their parents were known for in their music, Wilson Phillips gives these beloved songs a new appeal in this intimate concert.The group opens the INFINITY HALL LIVE concert with their #1 chart-topping ballad "Release Me," much to the delight of the crowd, but soon they kick off their high heels and get comfortable singing the nostalgic harmony-rich songs of their extended musical families. From the Mamas and the Papas repertoire, Wilson Phillips performs "12:30", "Monday, Monday" and the song that inspired the Dedicated CD, "California Dreamin'". Carnie Wilson explained, "Last year we were at a private party and decided just for the party to sing 'California Dreamin''. After we sang that together, our manager asked 'What do you think about doing a cover album of the Mamas and the Papas and the Beach Boys?' I said 'When do we start?'"Fans of the Beach Boys won't be disappointed either as the group covers some of their most best-loved songs. From "God Only Knows" and "In My Room" to "Wouldn't it Be Nice," Wilson Phillips' performance of these tunes full of intricate, gorgeous harmonies gives them a fresh new tenderness. And it's a true family affair with Carnie's husband Rob Bonfiglio on guitar and Matt Jardine, the son of Beach Boys founding member Al Jardine, singing back-up vocals. Though the ladies of Wilson Phillips have grown up, married and now have nine children between them, they can still bring the house down with their most iconic hit song "Hold On," which serves as their INFINITY HALL LIVE finale. Song List"Release Me""12:30""Daniel""Dedicated""You're In Love""Monday, Monday""You Won't See Me Cry""Wouldn't It Be Nice""California Dreamin'""God Only Knows""Impulsive""In My Room""Hold On" 
Nov 16
5:00 AM
Backstage Pass Simien the Whale Break-beat rock and indie-pop from the Grand Rapids-based songwriting duo of Tory Peterson and Zach Guy. Featuring selections from their upcoming EP and favorites from their 2012 self-titled debut release. 
Nov 16
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.  
Nov 16
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. 
Nov 16
7:00 AM
TV Mass for the Homebound  The Archdiocese of Denver began producing the Televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can't be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver's longest running local television program.The Televised Mass is a 30-minute liturgy, prerecorded in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.Recording of the Televised Mass presently takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  
Nov 16
7:30 AM
Misa por TV para los confinados al hogar  Misa por TV para los confinados al hogarThe Archdiocese of Denver began producing the Televised Mass in 1966 to help our homebound brothers and sisters to pray with the rest of the local church despite the fact that they can't be physically present for Mass in a local parish. It has aired weekly since that time and is Denver's longest running local television program.The Televised Mass is a 30-minute liturgy, prerecorded in both English and Spanish, reaching 20,000 households throughout the state of Colorado, eastern Nebraska, and southern Wyoming.Recording of the Televised Mass presently takes place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  
Nov 16
8:00 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 
Nov 16
8:30 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! 
Nov 16
9:00 AM
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Daniel Gets a Shot/A Stormy Day Daniel Gets a Shot- Daniel has an appointment at the doctor today and he has to get a shot. He is very apprehensive and does not want to go. Daniel asks Mom Tiger questions about the shot, and she shares her trick for staying brave in scary situations. Daniel finds that the shot was not so bad after all!A Stormy Day- Daniel and O are having fun playing outside in the rain until a thunderstorm builds up and worries them. When Mom Tiger teaches them to think of something happy, O and Daniel learn that the thunderstorm is not so scary after all!This episode deals with fear and offers the strategy- When you're scared, close your eyes and think of something happy. 
Nov 16
9:30 AM
Super Why! Baby Dino's Big Discovery ROAR! Pig invited his friends over to play dinosaurs, but Whyatt can't figure out which toy dinosaur he has. So he super readers soar into Baby Dino's Big Discovery where they lend a hand to a baby dinosaur searching for his mommy. They'll need to look closely to figure out what kind of dinosaur Baby Dino is...and be careful to avoid being eaten while they do!Educational Objectives: To learn about dinosaurs, follow the alphabet, rhyme with ANT words, find out what the words "herbivore" and "carnivore" mean, and use the power to read to change the story. 
Nov 16
10:00 AM
Sid the Science Kid Don't Forget the Leaves Everybody thinks flowers are special, but Sid wants to know: what makes leaves special? Sid and his friends investigate and discover that leaves are food for animals, they provide shade, and they help make nutrients so flowers and trees can grow! 
Nov 16
10:30 AM
Wild Kratts Koala Balloon Martin and Chris must protect a koala bear stranded in the Australian Outback, and help him get back to his Eucalyptus forest habitat. Science Concepts: Specialization 
Nov 16
11:00 AM
Arthur Arthur's Numbers Nightmare / Brain Gets Hooked Arthur's Numbers NightmareWhen Arthur and friends discover what looks like a list of their class rankings in Principal Haney's office, they are all taken for a surprise. If Arthur's really Number Two, then he must be really smart! And is there anything Francine can do to move up rank? For Buster, Number Eleven is his new lucky number for everything. Soon the numbers come to mean much more than they should to all the kids on the list.Educational Objective: Arthur and friends learn that hard work and effort mean more than class ranking.Brain Gets HookedBrain gets hooked on the latest tween reality show "Junior Island." When he starts to ignore his friends and his schoolwork, he knows he's got a problem. But what can he do to break the addiction? Educational Objective: Brain learns that trendy television can be addictive, and that being a well rounded individual means not letting one aspect of your life overshadow other activities, interests and relationships. 
Nov 16
11:30 AM
Martha Speaks Verb Dog, When Action Calls!/Martha's Adverb Adventure Verb Dog, When Action Calls! Struck by a falling book of five-hundred-and-one English Verbs, Martha instantly becomes - Verb Dog! Using her unique superpower to control people with verbs, Martha sniffs out trouble and defends the town from evil. Vocabulary: (E) verb, amublate, elevate, descend, (un)petrifyMartha's Adverb AdventureWeaselgraft and Pablum have a new invention that is sure to make them rich again. The Adverbalizer activates adverbs - giving the user the ability to make things happen completely, sloppily, instantly? Of course T.D. orders one...immediately! Vocabulary: (E) sloppily, instantly, immediately, completely, adverb 
Nov 16
12:00 PM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram.  
Nov 16
12:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Richard travels to Kansas City to sample some unique barbeque and help a homeowner install a natural gas line for a new grill. Kevin, along with Roger, Richard and Tom, asks "What is it?" Afterward, Roger shares some tips on what grows best in the shade and Tom helps a homeowner hang a heavy, decorative mirror on a masonry chimney. 
Nov 16
1:00 PM
Hometime Creekside Home Millwork See the cool tools for pre-hanging doors and low-profile LED lights for suspended ceilings. 
Nov 16
1:30 PM
Garden Smart  Who knew? There is such a thing as a "wild garden" and it has many advantages. Native plants, wildlife and more make this garden unique and interesting. GardenSMART visits with an expert who shows us how she's done it, and it looks great. Tune in. 
Nov 16
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  In the mountains of the Eastern Cascades, hunt for morel mushrooms and see how they're prepared for an unforgettable dinner around the campfire. Outside Taos, New Mexico, meet a farmer and outdoorsman who illustrates how to find flavorful food growing naturally on the land. In the Victory Garden, it's time to learn about apples and sorrel; Chef Marian uses the sorrel to prepare farm-fresh salmon. 
Nov 16
3:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Victory Garden Movement - The Peterson Project (Chicago) As victory gardens are springing up across the country, we visit one historical Chicago victory garden where growing food is also growing communities. 
Nov 16
3:30 PM
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Learning about Advanced Breast Cancer In its early stages, breast cancer usually has no symptoms. Detecting a lump by way of breast examination, or having a mammogram, is typically how breast cancer is discovered and why regular examinations are so important. But due to metastases that occur with advanced breast cancer, symptoms may sometimes occur. These include: reddish, pitted surface on the breast, breast pain, bone pain, skin ulcers, unintentional weight loss, and shortness of breath. Advanced breast cancer patients have different needs and challenges than those with early stages of breast cancer, so overall patient care is extremely important. And when it comes to developing targeted cancer treatment strategies, doctors now know that the biological make-up of cancers vary greatly which will determine which treatments to recommend. In this program, we will delve into the study of advanced breast cancer; meet some of the country's leading researchers in the field, and spend time with patients who deal with the difficulties surrounding this disease. 
Nov 16
4:00 PM
Home of the Terracotta Warriors This program follows two American archaeologists, Michelle and Alex, to China, as they visit the ancient city Xi'an, the home of the Terracotta Warriors 
Nov 16
5:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Jacksonville, Part 1 ANTIQUES ROADSHOW travels south to Jacksonville, Florida, where host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Leila Dunbar head to the Norman Studios Silent Film Museum to discuss missing Richard E. Norman films. Highlights include a Laurel and Hardy "Swiss Miss" horn that was used as a prop in their 1930 film; a silver presentation cup, ca. 1780, that was gifted from Lafayette to Major General Nathaniel Greene during the Revolutionary War and is now valued at $25,000; and a Thomas Hart Benton oil on tin, ca. 1950, that was a gift from the artist to the guest's father — Benton's neighbor — and is now appraised for $125,000. 
Nov 16
6:00 PM
FRONTLINE The Rise of ISIS FRONTLINE investigates the miscalculations and mistakes behind the brutal rise of ISIS. As part of a special FRONTLINE series, correspondent Martin Smith reports from Iraq on how the country began coming undone after the American withdrawal and what it means for the U.S. to be fighting there again. 
Nov 16
8:00 PM
POV Big Men Over five years, director Rachel Boynton and her cinematographer film the quest for oil in Ghana by Dallas-based Kosmos. The company develops the country's first commercial oil field, yet its success is quickly compromised by political intrigue and accusations of corruption. As Ghanaians wait to reap the benefits of oil, the filmmakers discover violent resistance down the coast in the Niger Delta, where poor Nigerians have yet to prosper from decades-old oil fields. "Big Men," executive produced by Brad Pitt, provides an unprecedented inside look at the global deal-making and dark underside of energy development — a contest for money and power that is reshaping the world. 
Nov 16
9:30 PM
Next Door Neighbors - Community We are a nation of immigrants. For over 400 years America has been a beacon for individuals around the globe searching for a better life. While our new international neighbors make many contributions to our community, they also face challenges that come with adapting to a new environment. A number of charitable organizations work tirelessly to address those challenges, and "Next Door Neighbors: Community" highlights three of those organizations. 
Nov 16
10:30 PM
Globe Trekker Midwest U.S.A. Justine travels to Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin, known as "America's Cereal Bowl." Here she finds a beautiful land of miles-long lakes and mountains, lumberjacks and Native American tribes; strange, experimental aircraft and Harley Davidsons; Mark Twain; and the world's first McDonald's. And that's all before she visits the metropolises of Chicago and Detroit with their fascinating history of gangsters, Motown music and automobiles. 
Nov 17
12:00 AM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram.  
Nov 17
12:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Richard travels to Kansas City to sample some unique barbeque and help a homeowner install a natural gas line for a new grill. Kevin, along with Roger, Richard and Tom, asks "What is it?" Afterward, Roger shares some tips on what grows best in the shade and Tom helps a homeowner hang a heavy, decorative mirror on a masonry chimney. 
Nov 17
1:00 AM
Hometime Creekside Home Millwork See the cool tools for pre-hanging doors and low-profile LED lights for suspended ceilings. 
Nov 17
1:30 AM
Garden Smart  Who knew? There is such a thing as a "wild garden" and it has many advantages. Native plants, wildlife and more make this garden unique and interesting. GardenSMART visits with an expert who shows us how she's done it, and it looks great. Tune in. 
Nov 17
2:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  In the mountains of the Eastern Cascades, hunt for morel mushrooms and see how they're prepared for an unforgettable dinner around the campfire. Outside Taos, New Mexico, meet a farmer and outdoorsman who illustrates how to find flavorful food growing naturally on the land. In the Victory Garden, it's time to learn about apples and sorrel; Chef Marian uses the sorrel to prepare farm-fresh salmon. 
Nov 17
2:30 AM
American Woodshop Finish Carpentry Chair Rails & Panels Custom woodworking ideas for every home. 
Nov 17
3:00 AM
RACE TO NOWHERE RACE TO NOWHERE features the insights of top experts in education, medicine, and psychology, including: Dr. Madeline Levine, author of the best-sellers, The Price of Privilegeand Teach Your Children Well;Dr. Deborah Stipek, former Dean of the School of Education at Stanford University; Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg, an adolescent medicine specialist at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Dr. Wendy Mogel, clinical psychologist and author of The Blessing of a Skinned Kneeand The Blessing of a B Minus;Dr. Denise Pope, author of Doing School;and Sara Bennett, author of The Case Against Homework. 
Nov 17
4:30 AM
Equitrekking Adventures Great American Ranches Equitrekking takes a look at how geography and history of ranches in Wyoming, Colorado, Arizona, Alberta, Texas, Maui and the Big Island influence their present workings. Interviewing ranch owners and cowboys who have chosen to hold fast to their traditions and Western culture, Darley learns about running a ranch, while also seeing some of the beautiful wild terrain. 
Nov 17
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.  
Nov 17
5:30 AM
Autoline Manufacturing a New Generation Factories used be no place for a kid. In fact, there were some that might've even scared the bravest of men. But with today's super clean 21st century factories some almost resemble a hospital operating room. That's only one of the reasons that Michigan's Macomb County - just north of Detroit - has gone all in to educate young students on the benefits of working with today's manufacturing. Joining John McElroy to talk about this groundbreaking program is County Executive Mark Hackel, Michael DeVault, Superintendent of Intermediate Schools and Scott Palmer from Tech Services at the District. 
Nov 17
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. 
Nov 17
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Rise and Shine! WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 17
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Nov 17
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Cheetah Racer Chris and Martin announce that no creature or vehicle can travel as fast over the rough and tumble African savannah as the cheetah. Aviva takes the challenge and declares she will build a ground racer that can race faster than a cheetah.Science Concepts: Functions required for speed 
Nov 17
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. 
Nov 17
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Tough Enough/How Cool is Coral Tough EnoughNick and Sally are trying to guess what animal is the toughest one - is it a lion? Oh no, it must be the enormous elephant! Why not at all, says The Cat. The toughest of all is a teeny tiny Waterbear. Huh? Off to meet Cat's friend Wally the Waterbear. After shrinking down in the Thingamajigger, they find Wally and start to play the Tough Enough game! Wally is tough enough to live anywhere, so it's off to Freeze Your Knees Snowland to test it out. Then they go to the super hot Gritchity-Gratch Desert, then even a trip into space! Wally can live anywhere! He really is the toughest of all!Educational Objective: How TARDIGRADES (also known as Waterbears) survive extreme heat, cold and even being a trip into space.How Cool is CoralThe Cat needs help! He needs to get his fish friend Ting Tang Tony back to his family. Off to Scoobamareen they go! Tony and Cat got distracted while he was drawing pictures of the beautiful coral that's all around them. Using Cat's drawings as a map, they swim to get Tony back home. Along the way they meet little polyps that live in the coral and learn that they actually helped to make it! They learn about how long it takes to make and how delicate it is. Luckily they soon find Tony's family and they're reunited. Back home Nick and Sally make their own coral drawings, cause you never know when the Cat might need help again!Educational Objective: Coral is a rock-like substance that can be many different shapes, sizes and colours. It's used as a home to various sealife. 
Nov 17
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Election Problem/The Littlest Chicken Problem The Election Problem - The Farm. When the Farmer holds an election to see who'll watch over the farm in his absence, Peg and Cat run against the Pig to win the votes of 100 chickensPrimary Content: Counting by fives to 50Secondary Content: More than, less thanThe Littlest Chicken Problem - Fairytale Land. Peg and Cat follow the Littlest Chicken all through Fairytale Land, as she searches for a group that's just the right size to be her new family. Primary Content: Adding 1, subtracting 1Secondary Content: The numbers 99 and 100 
Nov 17
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. 
Nov 17
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Hansel & Gretel's Playdate with Big Bird 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.  
Nov 17
11:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Rocky River, Part 1 This is an impressive painting to learn all the basic components of a great landscape. Jerry walks students through the beginning steps in this episode of beautiful trees, running water, distant mountains and dead trees. 
Nov 17
11:30 AM
Knitting Daily Double Knitting If single is good, then double is twice as nice, as we feature reversible and double knitting. Laura Bryant creates a reversible cowl using the magic number and hand-dyed yarn. Then, brioche expert Nancy Marchant chats with us from her home in Amsterdam. Next, editor Amy Palmer provides a primer on double knitting. Then Tanis talks Tools of the Trade that double your knitting fun. Last, Vickie ties up Loose Ends with additional two-sided stitches. 
Nov 17
12:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12'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.  
Nov 17
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.  
Nov 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."  
Nov 17
2:00 PM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram.  
Nov 17
2:30 PM
Ask This Old House  Richard travels to Kansas City to sample some unique barbeque and help a homeowner install a natural gas line for a new grill. Kevin, along with Roger, Richard and Tom, asks "What is it?" Afterward, Roger shares some tips on what grows best in the shade and Tom helps a homeowner hang a heavy, decorative mirror on a masonry chimney. 
Nov 17
3:00 PM
Lidia's Italy in America Italian Style Steak Lidia makes Fettuccine with Malfada Sauce, Steak with Pizzaiola Sauce and Ricotta Cookies. Lidia visits the Immigrant Monument in Woldenburg Park of New Orleans, and Tanya takes viewers to explore the impressive collection at the Nelson-Atkins museum in Kansas City 
Nov 17
3:30 PM
Ciao Italia Strawberries and Raspberries for Dessert / Fragole e Lamponi per Dessert Master Pastry Chef Jim Dodge reveals the secret of making the perfect Italian custard called Budino, while Mary Ann returns the favor by sharing her tips on how to make masterful Little Raspberry Thyme Tarts. 
Nov 17
4:00 PM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Chicken Classics, Improved Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Skillet Chicken Fajitas. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of tortillas, and test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the best Classic Chicken Salad. And finally, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews her favorite new kitchen gadgets. 
Nov 17
4:30 PM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen  Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen uncovers the best of American home cooking. Our recipes are developed through in-depth kitchen testing. The result: foolproof recipes you can trust to work the first time and every time. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 17
7:00 PM
Masterpiece Death Comes to Pemberley, Part 1 Six years after the end of Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth and Darcy plan a ball — with fatal consequences. A family enemy takes charge of the case. 
Nov 17
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. 
Nov 17
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. 
Nov 17
9:30 PM
On Story James Franco: A Look Inside 127 Hours James Franco reveals his unique experience working on 127 HOURS, including his faith in director Danny Boyle's vision, and the collaborative approach from cast and crew to fulfill the tension needed to capture this true and tantalizing story. Followed by the allegorical short film, VOICE OVER, directed by Martin Rosete, about a few extreme situations that literally take your breath away. 
Nov 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."  
Nov 17
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. 
Nov 17
11:00 PM
Sudan's Secret Side The Secret Lives of Refugees This eye-opening episode reveals the camp's medieval medical practices, from bleeding to burning, and the butcher who moonlights as the camp surgeon. Find out why the refugees are willing to let Muhammad operate on their babies with nothing more than a rusty hook, and why they'd rather get their medications from Victor, a refugee with no medical training - even though there's a western hospital right inside the camp. Explore the camp's thriving underground economy - bakers and barbers, dirt-poor brick makers, and the tanners whose work comes with devastating consequences. Glimpse the local grain-milling mafia and the women who dare to brew illegal beer for a willing male clientele. Find out how the camp merchant has managed to acquire a pile of money - and the third wife he plans to buy with it. Watch a seven-year-old boy at his circumcision ceremony, knowing that his future depends on his courage under the knife. Join a camp celebration, where the young people have a most unusual way to attract mates, and get a ringside seat at the wedding of the century - between the fifteen-year-old daughter of a sultan and the son of a general. Finally, discover the surprising truth behind the madrassa, the camp Koranic school and its extraordinary teacher. 
Nov 18
12:00 AM
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. 
Nov 18
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. 
Nov 18
1:00 AM
This Old House  America's favorite home improvement series, the Emmy Award-winning THIS OLD HOUSE, with host Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Roger Cook and master carpenter Norm Abram.  
Nov 18
1:30 AM
Ask This Old House  Richard travels to Kansas City to sample some unique barbeque and help a homeowner install a natural gas line for a new grill. Kevin, along with Roger, Richard and Tom, asks "What is it?" Afterward, Roger shares some tips on what grows best in the shade and Tom helps a homeowner hang a heavy, decorative mirror on a masonry chimney. 
Nov 18
2:00 AM
Lidia's Italy in America Italian Style Steak Lidia makes Fettuccine with Malfada Sauce, Steak with Pizzaiola Sauce and Ricotta Cookies. Lidia visits the Immigrant Monument in Woldenburg Park of New Orleans, and Tanya takes viewers to explore the impressive collection at the Nelson-Atkins museum in Kansas City 
Nov 18
2:30 AM
Ciao Italia Strawberries and Raspberries for Dessert / Fragole e Lamponi per Dessert Master Pastry Chef Jim Dodge reveals the secret of making the perfect Italian custard called Budino, while Mary Ann returns the favor by sharing her tips on how to make masterful Little Raspberry Thyme Tarts. 
Nov 18
3:00 AM
America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated Chicken Classics, Improved Test cook Julia Collin Davison shows host Christopher Kimball how to make the ultimate Skillet Chicken Fajitas. Next, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Chris to a tasting of tortillas, and test cook Bridget Lancaster uncovers the secrets to the best Classic Chicken Salad. And finally, gadget guru Lisa McManus reviews her favorite new kitchen gadgets. 
Nov 18
3:30 AM
Cook's Country From America's Test Kitchen  Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen uncovers the best of American home cooking. Our recipes are developed through in-depth kitchen testing. The result: foolproof recipes you can trust to work the first time and every time. 
Nov 18
4:00 AM
Paint This with Jerry Yarnell Rocky River, Part 1 This is an impressive painting to learn all the basic components of a great landscape. Jerry walks students through the beginning steps in this episode of beautiful trees, running water, distant mountains and dead trees. 
Nov 18
4:30 AM
Knitting Daily Double Knitting If single is good, then double is twice as nice, as we feature reversible and double knitting. Laura Bryant creates a reversible cowl using the magic number and hand-dyed yarn. Then, brioche expert Nancy Marchant chats with us from her home in Amsterdam. Next, editor Amy Palmer provides a primer on double knitting. Then Tanis talks Tools of the Trade that double your knitting fun. Last, Vickie ties up Loose Ends with additional two-sided stitches. 
Nov 18
5:00 AM
This is America & the World  THIS IS AMERICA is a weekly public affairs television series hosted by Dennis Wholey. Conversations with opinion leaders, newsmakers and extraordinary Americans. Dennis talks with guests on their home turf, where they're most comfortable and most likely to reveal their true selves.  
Nov 18
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.  
Nov 18
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. 
Nov 18
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Agnisar Kriya WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 18
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Nov 18
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Caracal-Minton Chris and Martin must recover Aviva's precious family heirloom - a badminton birdie - from the elusive, leaping Caracal cat.Science Concepts: Form for function - the caracal's musculature is specifically designed for the animal's needs. 
Nov 18
8:00 AM
Curious George George's Super Subway Adventure/Well Done, George The Man with the Yellow Hat has two surprises for George today: They're going to the zoo and they're riding the subway! George is so excited to see his first underground train that he hops right on, leaving the Man behind at the subway terminal. After comical mishaps where the two barely miss meeting up and some fun stops along the way, George figures out how to take the train all the way to the zoo, where he patiently waits for his friend to catch up. Edicational Objective: To reinforce the concept that vehicles move people or goods from one place to another in water, air or space, and on land.A certain muddy monkey needs a bath, but there's no water coming out of the faucet. George and the Man with the Yellow Hat find a broken water pump in their well and head back to the city so George can take that much needed bath. This time when the water stops flowing from the faucet, George takes matters into his own paws and uses his newly acquired knowledge to build a well in their front yard. But can he build a pump to get the water from the ground into his fifth floor bathtub? Educational Objective: To explore water (the water cycle) as a natural resource that is stored in nature underground and in rivers, lakes and oceans. To demonstrate how some homes get their water from the ground by means of a system with a well and a pump. 
Nov 18
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Babies/Fast BabiesSally is looking after some baby hamsters, but how can she and Nick hold them right? Well, different animals hold their babies different ways. A trip to Ozzie-Wozz Outback will help them, Cat has some friends who know all about carrying babies! First up is Wilma the spider, who carries all her babies on her back. Then it's off to see Dilly the crocodile, she carries her babies in her mouth! And the last stop, Coco the Koala who uses a pouch to carry her little one. Nick and Sally realize that all the babies were happiest with their moms, so they'll just leave them all together.Educational Objective: Nick and Sally learn how different animals carry their babies.FastIt's a race to the treehouse, but Nick and Sally wish they could go as fast as an airplane! How about a peregrine? asks The Cat. What's that? The fastest creature in the world! His friend Perry the Peregrine Falcon will show them how fast he can be. Off to Steep-and-Deep Cliffs to meet him! Using Cat's special backpacks, the kids have wings like Perry's so they can fly through the air too. Perry shows them how he dives straight down to catch his food. Who wants to be as fast as an airplane, when you can be a peregrine falcon!Educational Objective: Peregrine Falcons are probably the fastest creatures in the world, reaching speed of 150 mph when they dive to catch food. 
Nov 18
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 
Nov 18
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Valley of the Stygimolochs/Tiny Loves Fish "Valley of the Stygimolochs"Buddy wonders if he'll grow horns when he gets older, so Mrs. Pteranodon takes him to visit some dinosaurs called Stygimoloch, who have really impressive horns. "Tiny Loves Fish" After Mr. Pteranodon teaches the kids his fishing method, Buddy and Tiny work together as a team to catch fish in the Big Pond. 
Nov 18
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Calm Down and Think, Elmo Alan helps Elmo calm down and think so he can answer questions in order to win a brand new bicycle horn. Educational objective: Self-Regulation/Math 
Nov 18
11:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz Color Dubrovnik Veteran public television host Gary Spetz continues his artistic journeys in his new series, COLOR WORLD WITH GARY SPETZ. This visual travelogue emphasizes the path the painter-photographer takes when creating his art.COLOR WORLD celebrates the wonders of travel and the beauty of the natural world. Interested in culture, fascinated by history and inspired by nature, Spetz encourages viewers to open their eyes and appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in simple scenes.  
Nov 18
11:30 AM
Quilting Arts Modern Quilting and Modern Stitching Explored The modern quilt aesthetic has many elements that identify its style and we'll take a look at a few of them today. We begin with Penny McMorris and AnneMarie Chaney, and a project that interprets modern quilts and offers a design challenge. Then Angela Walters demonstrates traditional quilting designs with a modern twist. Finally, Libby Lehman returns with sewing in circles and using your circular sewing attachment. 
Nov 18
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.  
Nov 18
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.  
Nov 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."  
Nov 18
2:00 PM
Growing a Greener World Growing Power 2.0 (Milwaukee, Chicago) From the most recognized guy in urban farming, Will Allen of Growing Power urban farm in Milwaukee has been expanding in impressive ways. We catch up with what's new and exciting since we first shared his story in season one. 
Nov 18
2:30 PM
Central Texas Gardener Garden Muse What story does your garden tell you? Take a soulful look at your collaboration. Visit a garden where a family's muse led to front yard food and backyard playground for them and the wildlife. 
Nov 18
3:00 PM
Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Potatoes One potato, two potato, oh, so many potatoes. Julia and Jacques share their tricks, "trucs" and techniques for perfect Baked Potatoes, airy Mashed Potatoes, creamy Potato Casserole, and delightful lighter-than-air crispy-fried Pommes Soufflés. 
Nov 18
3:30 PM
Baking With Julia Joe Ortiz Joe Ortiz, a baker from Gayle's Bakery & Rosticceria in Capitola, California, shows chef Julia Child how to make crusty sourdough bread loaves in several decorative shapes. First, he makes homemade yeast, pulling bacteria wild and yeast out of the air with a mixture of flour, milk, water, and cumin. Adding more flour, he crafts a dough which he shapes into a loaf garnished with a sheaf of wheat, and mini-loaves shaped like a star and a cluster of grapes. 
Nov 18
4:00 PM
Martha Bakes Bundt Cakes Join Martha as she shares four of her favorites: lemon bundt cake, Devil's bundt cake, whipped cream cake, and applesauce spice cake — each perfect for any celebration. 
Nov 18
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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 18
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. 
Nov 18
7:00 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Preserve Sean often describes how his family ate growing up this way: "If we were eating, we were eating food from the garden or the basement — it's a way of life." In this episode, Sean shows us what it means to be eating from the basement by exploring the preservation techniques that are critical components of southern culture: drying, salt curing, canning and fermentation. 
Nov 18
7:30 PM
Mind of a Chef; The Roots Many chefs have their first exposure to cooking at a young age. For Sean Brock, who was born and raised in rural Virginia, it was the experience of his family growing their own food that left a deep impression. In this episode, Sean explores his roots, prepares a typical Appalachian dinner, cooks chicken dumplings with his mom, throws down with Chef Joseph Lenn at Blackberry Farms, and learns how to make fried okra and country ham on the farm. 
Nov 18
8:00 PM
Antiques Roadshow Jacksonville, Part 2 In Jacksonville, Florida, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW host Mark L. Walberg and appraiser Stuart Whitehurst travel to the St. Augustine Pirate and Treasure Museum to learn about a 17th-century pirate book. Highlights include a Babyland Rag topsy-turvy doll, ca. 1905, composed of both a Babyland Rag doll and a Steiff bear; a diamond Art Deco bracelet watch, purchased 30 years ago for a few hundred dollars and now estimated at $10,000 to $12,000; and Robert E. Lee's own map of critical battle areas around Richmond, brought to the ROADSHOW by a descendant of General Richard Stoddert Ewell, now worth $50,000 to $100,000. 
Nov 18
9:00 PM
Ultimate Restorations The Midmer-Losh: The World's Largest Pipe Organ # Built in 1929, the Midmer-Losh still holds the title as the world's largest musical instrument. 
Nov 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."  
Nov 18
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. 
Nov 18
11:00 PM
Sudan's Secret Side The Kindness of Strangers Ever wondered what it would be like to go help people in some far off land? Meet the aid workers who struggle to survive car-jackings, dust storms, and toads - while still keeping the peace between the camps and the surrounding hostile villagers. They do their laundry in wheelbarrows and often run out of toilet paper and yet they've learned how to have fun no matter how difficult their situation.Running a refugee camp is no simple matter, and the humanitarian organizations have created a sophisticated system to feed, clothe, employ, and educate half a million human beings - each with their own agenda, hopes, and dreams. Khadija is willing to do anything to give her daughter the chance she never had. Alfadil works hard to support friends and family, though inside he is seething with rage and frustration. Noura has abandoned her five children to come to the camps in a single-minded quest for material possessions. And Fatima works tirelessly to hold her family together while dreaming of the day when they can all return to their village, rebuild, and start their lives again.It may be a long wait. Rebels and bandits roam the countryside, fighting the endless wars that keep the refugees from going home. Join the soldiers as they head for a border patrol, armed with magical amulets that will protect them from enemy bullets and make them invisible. Meet the Sultan - war-weary and wise - who knows how to bring peace to this troubled land, if only someone would listen. And Jeda, a young woman who represents the greatest hope for the future of her people. Finally, celebrate the stunning courage of a group of young refugees who defy their own culture to give girls a chance to get an education. 
Nov 19
12:00 AM
Dropping Back In Complicated Lives 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. 
Nov 19
12:30 AM
Dropping Back In Working for the Future 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. 
Nov 19
1:00 AM
Growing a Greener World Growing Power 2.0 (Milwaukee, Chicago) From the most recognized guy in urban farming, Will Allen of Growing Power urban farm in Milwaukee has been expanding in impressive ways. We catch up with what's new and exciting since we first shared his story in season one. 
Nov 19
1:30 AM
Central Texas Gardener Garden Muse What story does your garden tell you? Take a soulful look at your collaboration. Visit a garden where a family's muse led to front yard food and backyard playground for them and the wildlife. 
Nov 19
2:00 AM
In Julia's Kitchen With Master Chefs Daniel Boulud Chef Daniel Boulud prepares a dish of roasted veal chops and sweetbreads. Boulud uses various techniques and an array of vegetables to add touches of sweet and sour flavoring to this dish. 
Nov 19
2:30 AM
Chef John Besh's New Orleans Warm Crawfish and Artichoke Salad, Ragout of Crawfish over Fresh Pasta, and Craw Warm Crawfish and Artichoke Salad, Ragout of Crawfish over Fresh Pasta, and Crawfish Pies 
Nov 19
3:00 AM
Baking With Julia Joe Ortiz Joe Ortiz, a baker from Gayle's Bakery & Rosticceria in Capitola, California, shows chef Julia Child how to make crusty sourdough bread loaves in several decorative shapes. First, he makes homemade yeast, pulling bacteria wild and yeast out of the air with a mixture of flour, milk, water, and cumin. Adding more flour, he crafts a dough which he shapes into a loaf garnished with a sheaf of wheat, and mini-loaves shaped like a star and a cluster of grapes. 
Nov 19
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.  
Nov 19
4:00 AM
Color World with Gary Spetz Color Dubrovnik Veteran public television host Gary Spetz continues his artistic journeys in his new series, COLOR WORLD WITH GARY SPETZ. This visual travelogue emphasizes the path the painter-photographer takes when creating his art.COLOR WORLD celebrates the wonders of travel and the beauty of the natural world. Interested in culture, fascinated by history and inspired by nature, Spetz encourages viewers to open their eyes and appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in simple scenes.  
Nov 19
4:30 AM
Quilting Arts Modern Quilting and Modern Stitching Explored The modern quilt aesthetic has many elements that identify its style and we'll take a look at a few of them today. We begin with Penny McMorris and AnneMarie Chaney, and a project that interprets modern quilts and offers a design challenge. Then Angela Walters demonstrates traditional quilting designs with a modern twist. Finally, Libby Lehman returns with sewing in circles and using your circular sewing attachment. 
Nov 19
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.  
Nov 19
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.  
Nov 19
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. 
Nov 19
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Pain in the Neck? WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 19
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit  This therapeutic tone-and-stretch exercise program designed by Mary Ann Wilson, a registered nurse and professionally certified aerobics instructor, was developed for senior citizens, significantly overweight persons, and those who are wheelchair bound.  
Nov 19
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 
Nov 19
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. 
Nov 19
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Little Lemmings/Keep the Beat Little LemmingsIt's cold outside, but Nick and Sally want to keep playing. Is there a way to stay warm out in the cold? Cat's friend Lars the Lemming will know! He lives in the Wundra-Bundra-Tundra. It's cold out, but with Lars' fur coat, he doesn't even notice! They help Lars find a new home, one where there's more food for him and his family and they discover that he even uses the snow to help keep him warm! Back at home the kids wear two winter coats, but what's even warmer than that? Hot chocolate!Educational Objective: Norway Lemmings are well-suited to life above the Arctic Circle.Keep the BeatNick and Sally have been running around the backyard and now their chests are thumpity thumping! The Cat explains that that is their hearts boom boom booming! But why? wonders Sally. A visit to Dr. Giggles will answer that question. By shrinking down super small, they follow Dr. Giggles' directions to follow the path that blood takes, learning about how the heart is a pump. They watch Thing 2's heart beat faster when he runs, and slows down when he stops. With all this running around, their bodies are now making another sound - rumbling tummies! Educational Objective: How and why the heart beats. 
Nov 19
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 
Nov 19
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! 
Nov 19
10:00 AM
Sesame Street The Latinization of Marco 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.  
Nov 19
11:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Inness Landscape Part II Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Nov 19
11:30 AM
Sew It All Ready-Made Revamp, Sue Hausmann Embellish ready-made clothing to create a new wardrobe. 
Nov 19
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.  
Nov 19
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.  
Nov 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."  
Nov 19
2:00 PM
Garden Smart  Making the correct decision in choosing plants is huge; it's a key element in growing many different plants. But, what should we choose, where should we go for advice and direction? GardenSMART visits with an expert who gives us his take on the topic. We found it enlightening, think you will too. 
Nov 19
2:30 PM
American Woodshop Wood Countertops for Kitchens Affordable solutions for countertops. 
Nov 19
3:00 PM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Mexican Microbrews and Pub Fare" Many of us experienced our first Mexican beer on a beach with a squeeze of lime. Now we're happy to see a beer revolution rumbling in the Baja peninsula. Rick takes us from the Tecate brewery, which started in 1944, to the Tijuana brewery, makers of several microbrews. At Ultramarinos, an Ensenada bar with a penchant for pairing specialty beers and local seafood, Rick enjoys an oyster taco with owner Alain Genchi. Finally, Rick meets two expatriates brewing beer in Los Cabos — perfect for enjoying with their beer pizza. At home, Rick tucks a tomatillo and chorizo pizza into his wood-burning oven. Salud! 
Nov 19
3:30 PM
Taste This! Big Apple BBQ TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
Nov 19
4:00 PM
Food Forward The Future of Food A new breed of passionate farmers, chefs and hackers is revamping the American food system. Combining people's passions and technological ingenuity, FOOD FORWARD explores a host of solutions, including tech savvy growers flying crop-monitoring drones and one of the nation's most prestigious culinary schools, which is helping one veteran find a new calling. 
Nov 19
4:30 PM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Dairy 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. 
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 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.  
Nov 19
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. 
Nov 19
7:00 PM
FRONTLINE League of Denial: The NFL's Concussion Crisis The National Football League, a multibillion-dollar commercial juggernaut, presides over America's indisputable national pastime. But the NFL is under assault as thousands of former players and a host of scientists claim the league has covered up how football inflicted long-term brain injuries on many players. In this special investigation, FRONTLINE and prize-winning journalists Steve Fainaru and Mark Fainaru-Wada of ESPN reveal the hidden story of the NFL and brain injuries, drawn from their forthcoming book League of Denial: The NFL, Concussions and the Battle for Truth (Crown Archetype, October 2013). What did the NFL know and when did it know it? What's the truth about the risks to players? What can be done? The FRONTLINE investigation details how, for years, the league denied and worked to refute scientific evidence that the violent collisions at the heart of the game are linked to an alarming incidence of early onset dementia, catastrophic brain damage, death, and other devastating consequences for some of football's all-time greats. 
Nov 19
8:00 PM
El Taller Proyecto Teatro aims to make the arts accessible to the entire community, regardless of income levels, and to reduce social and cultural differences of society. For actor and director Alejandro Pedemonte creating a space that leads to human development through the arts was his main goal when he created Talleres Infantiles, a year round Spanish language art program for mostly low income students. We follow a group of students and volunteers for a year as they work together to improve their community while maintaining their culture alive. An Arts in Context special. 
Nov 19
9:00 PM
Silent Storytellers Silent Storytellers explores the cultural, artistic and personal stories cemeteries provide to their surrounding communities. Guided by author and cemetery researcher Abby Burnett, Silent Storytellers visits cemeteries features tombstones with tales of murder, family heirlooms and folk-art inspired carvings. 
Nov 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."  
Nov 19
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. 
Nov 19
11:00 PM
Hidden Pictures When filmmaker Delaney Ruston learns that worldwide over 450 million people have some type of mental illness, she wonders why their stories are rarely heard. HIDDEN PICTURES depicts Delaney's journey to uncover deeply personal mental health stories in India, China, South Africa, France and the United States. The filmmaker explores questions around cultural attitudes toward mental illness, the desolating experience of stigma, and the challenge of coping in countries where access to mental health treatments are severely limited and human rights violations are common. The stories uncover a surprising reality...globally; when it comes to experiences of mental illness, we are far more similar than different. Ultimately, HIDDEN PICTURES instills hope by featuring the anti-stigma campaigns of mental health advocates such as former Congressman Patrick Kennedy and actor Glenn Close. 
Nov 20
12:00 AM
El Taller Proyecto Teatro aims to make the arts accessible to the entire community, regardless of income levels, and to reduce social and cultural differences of society. For actor and director Alejandro Pedemonte creating a space that leads to human development through the arts was his main goal when he created Talleres Infantiles, a year round Spanish language art program for mostly low income students. We follow a group of students and volunteers for a year as they work together to improve their community while maintaining their culture alive. An Arts in Context special. 
Nov 20
1:00 AM
Sisters SISTERS is a one-hour documentary that takes the audience into the life stories of five American nuns. It is a film about faith and hope, love and death, seen through the eyes of five women who have committed everything to the service of others in the deepest way. Their stories are told in the honest words and actions of the women themselves. They hold nothing back. Each has taken the vows of poverty, chastity and obedience, and their devotion is revealed principally through service to those in need— the poor, sick, and uneducated. They live and work around us, and yet to many they seem to exist in a world of their own. Out in their everyday existence, in the clothing of ordinary women, these Sisters live lives that are at once profoundly spiritual yet deeply human. How did they come to embrace this extraordinary life and its sacrifices? How do they actually experience the presence of God? What happens when they fall in love? What happens when they experience cruelty and death—the loss of a mother, the random and merciless anguish of a child's cancer? What anchors their faith? Through the vivid stories of these women's lives, the film explores the deepest hopes and yearnings of the human spirit, the risks and rewards of a generous heart. Beautifully produced by three-time Emmy winner and Academy Award nominee Robert Gardner, the film is a surprising and moving exploration of a world few of us know. 
Nov 20
2:00 AM
Mexico - One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless "Mexican Microbrews and Pub Fare" Many of us experienced our first Mexican beer on a beach with a squeeze of lime. Now we're happy to see a beer revolution rumbling in the Baja peninsula. Rick takes us from the Tecate brewery, which started in 1944, to the Tijuana brewery, makers of several microbrews. At Ultramarinos, an Ensenada bar with a penchant for pairing specialty beers and local seafood, Rick enjoys an oyster taco with owner Alain Genchi. Finally, Rick meets two expatriates brewing beer in Los Cabos — perfect for enjoying with their beer pizza. At home, Rick tucks a tomatillo and chorizo pizza into his wood-burning oven. Salud! 
Nov 20
2:30 AM
Taste This! Big Apple BBQ TASTE THIS! Is a new approach to cooking on television for the 21st century. It's goodbye to the average stovetop and microwave cooking and hello to the realm of a new and exciting cooking show! Traveling to gourmet and organic markets throughout the United States, Chef Joe invites culinary experts to enlighten viewers with their knowledge on a wide variety of food topics - whether a wine sommelier gives expert advice on the best wines to drink or a fish monger sharing their knowledge on how to select the freshest "Catch of the Day". 
Nov 20
3:00 AM
Food Forward The Future of Food A new breed of passionate farmers, chefs and hackers is revamping the American food system. Combining people's passions and technological ingenuity, FOOD FORWARD explores a host of solutions, including tech savvy growers flying crop-monitoring drones and one of the nation's most prestigious culinary schools, which is helping one veteran find a new calling. 
Nov 20
3:30 AM
Farm with Ian Knauer; The Dairy 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. 
Nov 20
4:00 AM
Painting with Paulson Inness Landscape Part II Artist and teacher Buck Paulson is back for his 12th public television series. In this series he'll shares special painting techniques including the "mud pack" and glazes that will have you painting like an expert in no time. 
Nov 20
4:30 AM
Sew It All Ready-Made Revamp, Sue Hausmann Embellish ready-made clothing to create a new wardrobe. 
Nov 20
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.  
Nov 20
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.  
Nov 20
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. 
Nov 20
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Shrug Off Shoulder Tension WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 20
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.  
Nov 20
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.  
Nov 20
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Core Strengthening Mary Ann uses hand weights and a ball to strengthen the abdominal muscles. Gretchen adds some exercises to challenge the brain. 
Nov 20
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts A Huge Orange Problem While Chris and Martin are off searching for the endangered orangutan in the deep forests of Borneo, back at the Tortuga HQ, Aviva, Koki, and Jimmy come down with an itchy rash. The only problem is they don't have a first aid kit, but the Kratts learn that by using orangutan ingenuity, they can quickly cure the team's itch.Science Concepts: Plant & Animal Relationships - Mammals, particularly primates, use plants as medicine. 
Nov 20
8:00 AM
Curious George George-O-Matic/Curious George, Sheep Herder George is entranced by the museum's newest addition: a vending machine full of levers, wheels, springs, and healthy snacks! So when George is put in charge of making the dessert for an important dinner party, he can think of nothing better than creating his own dessert dispensing vending machine - the George-O-Matic. One tiny design flaw: George asks Gnocci the cat to motor the machine, causing it to go into overdrive.Educational Objective: To illustrate how many technologies are a result of the needs and wants of people and that the way people live and work has changed throughout history because of technology. To recognize that all products and systems are subject to failure. To demonstrate how a simple machine working with another simple machine results in a complex machine.George buys a cool new scarf at the Country Fair, but with one tug on a loose strand of wool, the entire scarf unravels! While searching for sheep that will give him some wool for another scarf, George accidentally whistles, which sends Bo the sheepdog and his flock of sheep on a wild adventure through the country. Can George whistle his way out of this mess or will his baaaaaad day turn even worse? Educational Objective: To learn something about the interactions between humans and domesticated animals, specifically sheep. To be introduced to the many processes involved in wool production and manufacture. 
Nov 20
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Take a Walk/Cotton Patch Take a WalkSally and Nick are practicing to be in a three-legged race, but walking on three legs is hard! Well if anyone knows about walking, its Cat's friends Sid the centipede, Spinny the spider and Bugsy the beetle! They all teach the kids how they walk on many legs by keeping a steady pace and walking in a rhythm and a beat. Back at home, Nick and Sally practice what they learned by using their own special rhythm! Educational Objective: Nick and Sally discover how creatures with more than two legs (centipedes, spiders and beetles) walk.Cotton PatchOh no! Nick has torn his favorite shirt! He needs a perfect patch of cotton to fix it. Good thing Cat's friend Dr. Twiggles knows all about cotton! Off to Fluff'n Stuff Fields to see him! Once there, the kids are astonished to learn that you can make clothes from plants! Dr. Twiggles shows them how to pick the cotton, clean and dry it, comb it and spin it into thread. Finally, he demonstrates how the thread comes together to make a patch by using his loom. They even learn how to dye the cotton by using berry juice. Nick's favourite shirt is as good as new!Educational Objective: Nick and Sally discover how the cotton fibers of the cotton plant can be cleaned, carded, spun and woven to make clothes. 
Nov 20
9:00 AM
Peg + Cat The Election Problem/The Littlest Chicken Problem The Election Problem - The Farm. When the Farmer holds an election to see who'll watch over the farm in his absence, Peg and Cat run against the Pig to win the votes of 100 chickensPrimary Content: Counting by fives to 50Secondary Content: More than, less thanThe Littlest Chicken Problem - Fairytale Land. Peg and Cat follow the Littlest Chicken all through Fairytale Land, as she searches for a group that's just the right size to be her new family. Primary Content: Adding 1, subtracting 1Secondary Content: The numbers 99 and 100 
Nov 20
9:30 AM
Dinosaur Train Beating the Heat/Flowers for Mom "Beating the Heat"Buddy and Tiny travel to the Jurassic to make a new friend, Morris Stegosaurus, and discover how this huge dinosaur keeps cool in the heat. "Flowers for Mom" The kids go to the Big Pond to look for flowers to give to Mom on her special Mothers Day. They find many different flowers while following a very busy bee. 
Nov 20
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Peter Piper's Purpose Telly helps Alan pick pickled peppers for each customer, while Peter Piper tries to find something more pizzazzier to do. Educational objective: Literacy/Math/Self-Regulation 
Nov 20
11:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Nov 20
11:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy All Occasion Fabric Wraps, Part 2 Enhance your wardrobe with fun fabric wraps made easily with casual clothing.Transform specialty fabrics and clothing into fabulous fabric wraps with the help of Nancy and designer Mary Mulari. See the magical morphing of a sweatshirt and necktie into a casual wrap designed by Mary. These cozy wraps, both practical and stylish, are a great gift or personal wardrobe accessory. 
Nov 20
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.  
Nov 20
12:30 PM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Stacy Keach (Actor) - All in All Legendary actor of film, television and theater writes an inspirational memoir that sheds light on personal and career struggles. 
Nov 20
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."  
Nov 20
2:00 PM
Victory Garden, The  In the mountains of the Eastern Cascades, hunt for morel mushrooms and see how they're prepared for an unforgettable dinner around the campfire. Outside Taos, New Mexico, meet a farmer and outdoorsman who illustrates how to find flavorful food growing naturally on the land. In the Victory Garden, it's time to learn about apples and sorrel; Chef Marian uses the sorrel to prepare farm-fresh salmon. 
Nov 20
2:30 PM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Big City, Farm Living It's harvest season at the farm again, which means it's time for P. Allen Smith to gather his friends to enjoy the bounty of the garden. In this episode of Garden to Table, Chef Peter Hoffman of Manhattan brings his farm-fresh, in-season approach to Allen's kitchen. Allen also has some simple tips on how to put together an amazing indoor tablescape for a large group of guests. 
Nov 20
3:00 PM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Preserving In this episode, Martha demonstrates two of the oldest preserving techniques, confit and salting, and shows how viewers can put them to use in the home kitchen. Martha makes an assortment of confits-starting with the most classic: duck, which can be served on its own or as a rich addition to salads, then followed by lemon and tomato confits, both of which make excellent condiments for grilled or roasted meats. She then shows how to make gravlax, a delicious cured salmon appetizer. 
Nov 20
3:30 PM
Cooking With Nick Stellino Nick's Favorite Pasta & Strawberry Dessert Nick visits the P-Patch to talk about tomatoes and prepares his favorite pasta dish from his youth, Rigatoni with Bolognese Ragu. Then shares a the simple techniques of making a luxurious dessert, Strawberries with Zabaglione & Orange Liqueur. 
Nov 20
4:00 PM
New Scandinavian Cooking The Holy Fish Andreas visits the rugged coastline of Helgeland in northern Norway, where the mystical and delicious halibut makes its home among the islets and skerries. Andreas demonstrates how different cooking methods can elicit different flavors and textures from the fish. Dishes include: the smoked Greenland halibut with berries and potato salad; pickled halibut, baked halibut with cucumber and herbs; and finally, pan-fried halibut served with veal demi-glace. 
Nov 20
4:30 PM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of France: Lyon to Arles Burt tours the ancient city of Lyon. Founded by the Romans in the year 43, it is the gastronomic capital of France. Then he visits the winemakers of Beaujolais, the twin cities of Tournon and Tain L'Hermitage connected by the oldest suspension bridge in Europe. Next is a stop at the Pope's Palace in Avignon, and the locations in Arles that inspired Van Gogh. 
Nov 20
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.  
Nov 20
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.  
Nov 20
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.  
Nov 20
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. 
Nov 20
7:00 PM
Globe Trekker Central America: Costa Rica & Nicaragua Neil Gibson visits the Costa Rican capital of San José, where he gets caught up in election fever, samples traditional cuisine and visits volunteers trying to combat poverty in the city. He cruises to Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve and encounters tarantulas, deadly snakes and rare birds before arriving at Volcan Arenal, where he relaxes in the hot springs. In Liberia, he attends a bull fiesta where tries his hand at being a cowboy. He crosses the border into Nicaragua and stops at El Castillo, site of the only castle in Central America. Neil plays baseball on the island of Mancarron, rolls cigars in Granada and explores Managua, site of the devastating earthquake. He ends his trip at the Volcan Masaya, known by the Indians as the "land of the gods" and by the Spanish as "the mouth of Hell." 
Nov 20
8:00 PM
NOVA First Air War When World War I began in 1914, the air forces of the opposing nations consisted of handfuls of rickety biplanes from which pilots occasionally took pot shots at one another with rifles. By 1918, the fighter had become an efficient killing machine with a growing strategic impact on the outcome of the war. With the help of aviation buffs dedicated to bringing back classic WWI fighters, NOVA joins the team as they uncover the secrets of some of aviation's most colorful and deadly early flying machines and explores how their impact played a key role in the nightmare slaughter of the Western Front. 
Nov 20
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. 
Nov 20
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."  
Nov 20
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. 
Nov 20
11:00 PM
Go Public: A Day in the Life of an American School District GO PUBLIC: A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN AMERICAN SCHOOL DISTRICT documents a single day in an urban public school district, from sun up to long after sundown. On May 8, 2012, 50 directors and their small camera crews followed 50 individuals who attend, support and work in the Pasadena Unified School District, a racially and economically diverse district with 28 public school campuses. Administrators, teachers, students, support staff and volunteers lead us on journeys that reveal their unique contributions in making a public school district function. No voice-over narratives or expert commentaries, just an authentic window into the world of public education. GO PUBLIC is an important film because there is a national crisis of confidence surrounding public education. This film gives audiences a chance to see and hear the people actually living the public school experience. 
Nov 21
1:00 AM
Victory Garden, The  In the mountains of the Eastern Cascades, hunt for morel mushrooms and see how they're prepared for an unforgettable dinner around the campfire. Outside Taos, New Mexico, meet a farmer and outdoorsman who illustrates how to find flavorful food growing naturally on the land. In the Victory Garden, it's time to learn about apples and sorrel; Chef Marian uses the sorrel to prepare farm-fresh salmon. 
Nov 21
1:30 AM
P. Allen Smith's Garden to Table Big City, Farm Living It's harvest season at the farm again, which means it's time for P. Allen Smith to gather his friends to enjoy the bounty of the garden. In this episode of Garden to Table, Chef Peter Hoffman of Manhattan brings his farm-fresh, in-season approach to Allen's kitchen. Allen also has some simple tips on how to put together an amazing indoor tablescape for a large group of guests. 
Nov 21
2:00 AM
Martha Stewart's Cooking School Preserving In this episode, Martha demonstrates two of the oldest preserving techniques, confit and salting, and shows how viewers can put them to use in the home kitchen. Martha makes an assortment of confits-starting with the most classic: duck, which can be served on its own or as a rich addition to salads, then followed by lemon and tomato confits, both of which make excellent condiments for grilled or roasted meats. She then shows how to make gravlax, a delicious cured salmon appetizer. 
Nov 21
2:30 AM
Cooking With Nick Stellino Nick's Favorite Pasta & Strawberry Dessert Nick visits the P-Patch to talk about tomatoes and prepares his favorite pasta dish from his youth, Rigatoni with Bolognese Ragu. Then shares a the simple techniques of making a luxurious dessert, Strawberries with Zabaglione & Orange Liqueur. 
Nov 21
3:00 AM
New Scandinavian Cooking The Holy Fish Andreas visits the rugged coastline of Helgeland in northern Norway, where the mystical and delicious halibut makes its home among the islets and skerries. Andreas demonstrates how different cooking methods can elicit different flavors and textures from the fish. Dishes include: the smoked Greenland halibut with berries and potato salad; pickled halibut, baked halibut with cucumber and herbs; and finally, pan-fried halibut served with veal demi-glace. 
Nov 21
3:30 AM
Burt Wolf: Travels and Traditions The Great Rivers of France: Lyon to Arles Burt tours the ancient city of Lyon. Founded by the Romans in the year 43, it is the gastronomic capital of France. Then he visits the winemakers of Beaujolais, the twin cities of Tournon and Tain L'Hermitage connected by the oldest suspension bridge in Europe. Next is a stop at the Pope's Palace in Avignon, and the locations in Arles that inspired Van Gogh. 
Nov 21
4:00 AM
Creative Living  A magazine-formatted program with cooking, sewing and craft tips.  
Nov 21
4:30 AM
Sewing with Nancy All Occasion Fabric Wraps, Part 2 Enhance your wardrobe with fun fabric wraps made easily with casual clothing.Transform specialty fabrics and clothing into fabulous fabric wraps with the help of Nancy and designer Mary Mulari. See the magical morphing of a sweatshirt and necktie into a casual wrap designed by Mary. These cozy wraps, both practical and stylish, are a great gift or personal wardrobe accessory. 
Nov 21
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.  
Nov 21
5:30 AM
Between the Lines with Barry Kibrick Stacy Keach (Actor) - All in All Legendary actor of film, television and theater writes an inspirational memoir that sheds light on personal and career struggles. 
Nov 21
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. 
Nov 21
6:00 AM
Wai Lana Yoga Torso Twist Toes Touch WAI LANA YOGA IV (4th Release) builds upon the serenity- and strength-inducing poses of previous seasons while emphasizing yoga for stress relief. From the warrior stance to the rocking plough to kneeling leg lifts, Wai Lana's combination of cleansing asanas, proper breathing techniques, gentle relaxation exercises and soothing meditation sessions help reduce stress and strengthen and tone muscles.This season, Wai Lana demonstrates backward-bending poses to aid those suffering from aching backs, tight shoulders and poor posture caused by prolonged sitting or hunching over computer keyboards.Shot at stunning locations around the world, the series features original music by Wai Lana and the series' team of composers and musicians. 
Nov 21
6:30 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Nov 21
6:45 AM
Priscilla's Yoga Stretches  Priscilla Patrick has been teaching Hatha Yoga since l973. In this new series, Priscilla teaches the "building blocks" of yoga exercise. Aired in two 15-minute, back-to-back segments, the series builds new skills each week, becoming more demanding as the series progresses. However, there is an effort to always have a fair balance of some basically simple postures mixed in so that all viewers will have an opportunity to participate.  
Nov 21
7:00 AM
Sit and Be Fit Exercise is Fun Mary Ann focuses on fun and functional exercises set to some of her favorite music. 
Nov 21
7:30 AM
Wild Kratts Kerhonk When Chris and Martin's Creature Power suits get jammed in Proboscis monkey mode, they find themselves joining the troop to help them stay out of reach of the top predators of the Indonesian rainforest.Science Concepts: Animals have different ways of communicating important information with each other. 
Nov 21
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. 
Nov 21
8:30 AM
Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!; The Name That Sound/Fabulous Feathers Name That SoundSally and Nick are trying to stump each other by guessing the animal sounds they're making. The Cat stumps them both when he tries to make the sound of a cricket! But that didn't sound like a cricket. They all try but just can't figure out how a cricket makes its noise. Well Cat's friend Clarence the Cricket can surely show them! Off to the Grassy-Grove-Dell to meet him! He shows him his wings, one that is comb-like, the other a scraper, when he rubs them together, he makes his wonderful cricket noise. Back at home Nick and Sally find things around the house they can use to mimic Clarence - a deck of cards and a comb!Educational Objective: Male crickets make a chirping sound by scraping one pegged wing against the other wing, which is ridged. This is done so fast one doesn't hear the individual clicks but rather a trilling chirp which is why it is hard for us to copy. The sound is used to get the attention of other crickets either as a warning or for mating.Fabulous FeathersSally is playing dress-up, but her favorite hat no longer has any feathers on it. Where can they find more? The Cat's good friend Puranjay might be able to help! He's a peacock who lives in Feathery Flats, he has plenty of feathers! Sally collects the feathers that have fallen out of Puranjay and discover that each one has its own distinct job. But it's his tail feathers that are just jazzy and snazzy enough for her hat! They are the most fabulous feathers!Educational Objective: Feathers serve a variety of functions including flight, heat conservation, waterproofing, camouflage, and display. 
Nov 21
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 
Nov 21
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. 
Nov 21
10:00 AM
Sesame Street Veggies Revolt 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.  
Nov 21
11:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Pottery Studio The Bansemers travel to North Carolina where they visit the studio of potter David Voorhees. Sarah talks with David about his pottery and the wood fired kiln. Roger captures the studio and the path leading to it in a small painting with acrylics. 
Nov 21
11:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3112 Irish Chain pt 1 Eleanor and guest Orion take the guess work out of this block. 
Nov 21
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.  
Nov 21
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.  
Nov 21
1:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 21
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. 
Nov 21
2:30 PM
On Story The Evolution of Funny: TV Comedy with Larry Wilmore Larry Wilmore, the Senior Black Correspondent on The Daily Show and creator of The Bernie Mac Show reflects upon different forms of comedy, his own comic influences, and always looking to maximize comedic potential. Followed by two short films about courage and endurance: Chris Bourke and Kevin Harger's LOVE, EMILY, shadowing young love and how to best navigate its awkward terrain, and Andrea Gomez's 036, measuring the fortitude and grit required to survive the paper-pushing, no-nonsense depths of cubicle number 036. 
Nov 21
3:00 PM
Simply Ming Omelets with Guest Todd English The secret to making the perfect omelet - that's what's up on this week's episode of Simply Ming. Host Ming Tsai teams up with friend and celebrity chef, Todd English who share techniques from their French culinary training and create two delectable dishes: a Shitake Omelet with Crab Salad and Arugula Sauce and a Vidalia Onion Omelet with Lox Orecciette Pasta and Avocado-Cucumber Salsa. 
Nov 21
3:30 PM
MARTIN YAN'S TASTE OF VIETNAM  International culinary icon Martin Yan returns to public television for the first time since 2008 with a new series that explores the breathtaking landscape, colorful history, generous hospitality and delicious cuisine of Vietnam. Over the course of 26 episodes, Martin travels extensively throughout Vietnam, from its spectacular snow-capped mountains in the north to the intricate network of canals that make up the Mekong Delta in the south. In legendary Ha Long Bay, Martin visits schoolhouses constructed on water and surrounded by majestic limestone mountains that rise from the sea. In historical Hoi An, he admires streams of floating paper lanterns during the Moon Festival. He pays tribute to Vietnam's rich history, visiting ancient temples and monuments in Ninh Binh, and the imperial palaces in Hue. In Ho Chi Minh City, he joins in the morning commute, buzzing around town on the back of a motorcycle in search of breakfast.In Buon Ma Thout, he crosses a lake atop an elephant to reach a village where time seemingly has stood still. He tours coffee plantations, dragon fruit farms and organic vegetable co-ops. In Martin's customary hands-on style, he joins local farmers harvesting their rice crop, and fishermen casting their nets for shrimp, squid and other sea bounties. Each episode combines colorful location segments and studio cooking segments featuring Martin's impressive culinary skills and occasional visits from a talented Vietnamese chef. Martin treats viewers to a wide array of colorful and delicious recipes, from popular street vendor offerings to elegant dishes from the Imperial kitchen. 
Nov 21
4:00 PM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Italian Marketplace Inspired by the roasted chickens in the marketsof Italy Joanne teaches her student Joan her version of crispy chicken and potatoes with a side of hot pepper and white balsamic broccolini, topped off with a cherry Zinfandel zabaglione.Recipes: Broccolini with Hot Pepper and White Balsamic, Crispy Chicken and Potatoes with Mustard, Rosemary and Capers, and Fresh Cherries with Late Harvest Zinfandel ZabaglioneStudent: Joan Boada, Principal Dancer, San Francisco Ballet 
Nov 21
4:30 PM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Giving Thanks" Host Laura Theodore prepares a meat-free, vegan celebratory dinner menu. Special guest: Jim Brickman. The star of this traditionally inspired fare is delectable "Holiday Stuffing Casserole" served with "Festive Kale Salad." "Maple Baked Acorn Squash" adds a touch of sweet to this festive meal and "Pumpkin Pie with Date-Nut Crust" is a classic dessert with a jazzy twist. 
Nov 21
5:00 PM
Journal  Journal presents a half-hour package of international news and analysis with a unique European perspective. The program is clearly structured for easy formatting by local broadcasters with a 12 minute summary of world headlines reported from Deutsche Welle bureaus around the world. The program also includes a five minute capsule of the latest from the financial markets and up-to-date information on economic trends, followed by an in-depth report on a major issue of the day.  
Nov 21
5:30 PM
Democracy Now!  DEMOCRACY NOW! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 350 stations in North America. Hosted by award-winning journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, DEMOCRACY NOW! provides access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media. Resources include independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts. Additionally, DEMOCRACY NOW! hosts real debates - debates between people who substantially disagree, such as between the White House or the Pentagon spokespeople on the one hand, and grassroots activists on the other.  
Nov 21
6:30 PM
Tavis Smiley  TAVIS SMILEY is a smart hybrid of news, issues and entertainment, featuring interviews with newsmakers, politicians, celebrities and everyday people.  
Nov 21
6:57 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. 
Nov 21
8:00 PM
Colorado Inside Out  As CPT12'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.  
Nov 21
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.  
Nov 21
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.  
Nov 21
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.  
Nov 21
10:00 PM
Charlie Rose  Emmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world's most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and around the world, Rose talks to people in every field who have "a great story to tell."  
Nov 21
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. 
Nov 21
11:00 PM
E Haku Inoa: To Weave a Name Filmmaker Christen Marquez's drive to learn the meaning of her enigmatic Hawaiian name impels her to unite her scattered family and come to terms with her estranged, mentally ill mother, who is the only person in the world who knows the meaning of her name. 
Nov 22
2:00 AM
Simply Ming Omelets with Guest Todd English The secret to making the perfect omelet - that's what's up on this week's episode of Simply Ming. Host Ming Tsai teams up with friend and celebrity chef, Todd English who share techniques from their French culinary training and create two delectable dishes: a Shitake Omelet with Crab Salad and Arugula Sauce and a Vidalia Onion Omelet with Lox Orecciette Pasta and Avocado-Cucumber Salsa. 
Nov 22
2:30 AM
MARTIN YAN'S TASTE OF VIETNAM  International culinary icon Martin Yan returns to public television for the first time since 2008 with a new series that explores the breathtaking landscape, colorful history, generous hospitality and delicious cuisine of Vietnam. Over the course of 26 episodes, Martin travels extensively throughout Vietnam, from its spectacular snow-capped mountains in the north to the intricate network of canals that make up the Mekong Delta in the south. In legendary Ha Long Bay, Martin visits schoolhouses constructed on water and surrounded by majestic limestone mountains that rise from the sea. In historical Hoi An, he admires streams of floating paper lanterns during the Moon Festival. He pays tribute to Vietnam's rich history, visiting ancient temples and monuments in Ninh Binh, and the imperial palaces in Hue. In Ho Chi Minh City, he joins in the morning commute, buzzing around town on the back of a motorcycle in search of breakfast.In Buon Ma Thout, he crosses a lake atop an elephant to reach a village where time seemingly has stood still. He tours coffee plantations, dragon fruit farms and organic vegetable co-ops. In Martin's customary hands-on style, he joins local farmers harvesting their rice crop, and fishermen casting their nets for shrimp, squid and other sea bounties. Each episode combines colorful location segments and studio cooking segments featuring Martin's impressive culinary skills and occasional visits from a talented Vietnamese chef. Martin treats viewers to a wide array of colorful and delicious recipes, from popular street vendor offerings to elegant dishes from the Imperial kitchen. 
Nov 22
3:00 AM
Joanne Weir's Cooking Confidence Italian Marketplace Inspired by the roasted chickens in the marketsof Italy Joanne teaches her student Joan her version of crispy chicken and potatoes with a side of hot pepper and white balsamic broccolini, topped off with a cherry Zinfandel zabaglione.Recipes: Broccolini with Hot Pepper and White Balsamic, Crispy Chicken and Potatoes with Mustard, Rosemary and Capers, and Fresh Cherries with Late Harvest Zinfandel ZabaglioneStudent: Joan Boada, Principal Dancer, San Francisco Ballet 
Nov 22
3:30 AM
Jazzy Vegetarian; The "Giving Thanks" Host Laura Theodore prepares a meat-free, vegan celebratory dinner menu. Special guest: Jim Brickman. The star of this traditionally inspired fare is delectable "Holiday Stuffing Casserole" served with "Festive Kale Salad." "Maple Baked Acorn Squash" adds a touch of sweet to this festive meal and "Pumpkin Pie with Date-Nut Crust" is a classic dessert with a jazzy twist. 
Nov 22
4:00 AM
Painting and Travel with Roger & Sarah Bansemer The Pottery Studio The Bansemers travel to North Carolina where they visit the studio of potter David Voorhees. Sarah talks with David about his pottery and the wood fired kiln. Roger captures the studio and the path leading to it in a small painting with acrylics. 
Nov 22
4:30 AM
Quilt In A Day #3112 Irish Chain pt 1 Eleanor and guest Orion take the guess work out of this block. 
Nov 22
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.  
Nov 22
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.  
Nov 22
6:00 AM
Caillou Doing it Together! Caillou and Leo are playing with their rocket ships in the park. Rosie wants to help them build the space station but she accidentally wrecks it. At home, Caillou and Leo continue their space game and are thrilled when Mr. Hinkle gives them a cardboard box which they transform into a rocket ship. On a winter day, Dad and Caillou go over to Grandpa's with their skates. What was supposed to be a skating outing becomes a shoveling chore because of all the snow that has accumulated in Grandpa's driveway. Soon, Caillou finds a way to turn this into a game and has a lot of fun making snow castles. When Caillou and Rosie stay at Grandma and Grandpa's house, Grandpa uses pop bottles and a rubber ball to create a bowling alley in the backyard. Grandpa teaches Caillou to bowl, but when he is called inside, it's Caillou's turn to teach as he shows Rosie how to play. Caillou accidentally spills the rest of the milk before Rosie could get her cereal. She is very upset and Caillou suggests they go get some more milk at the corner store. At the street intersection, he shows Mom that he knows when it is time to cross safely. Caillou is excited when Miss Martin takes him and his friends to the park for some special activities. The rules are not easy to grasp, and the kids have a few comical mishaps in the process. Caillou discovers that you don't always have to win to be proud of yourself. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Children will be reminded of how lucky they are to have family (even a little sister) and friends around them, to play with, eat meals with, share a work load with, to be taught things by and to teach things to.